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Thursday, May 8, 187.
A store at Windham, Ohio, with near
ly all ita contents, vera burned by the
explosion of a doable globe lantern,
'which a clerk was carrying from the cel
lar, the Horning oil falling on a leaking
oil-barrel, which instant! j ignited.
"We do not intend to atop until we
hare stricken the last vestige of your war
measures from the statute book, which,
like these, were bora of the passions in
cident to civil strife, and look alone to
the abridgement of the liberty of the
citizen." Mr. Blackburn of Kentucky.
The salutes fired at Chicago, Detroit,
' Cleveland and other places indicate the
enthusiasm with which the ,Teto is re
ceived by the Republicans. If the Con
. federate Brigadiers are as wise as ser
pents they will take steps to avoid creat
ing a Solid North. A solid North would
crush the Brigadiers like the car of Jug
gernaut. Cincinnati Commercial.
- The Pennsylvania Slate Senate fired a
salute, in the shape of -a resolution, in
dorsing the veto.. - Pennsylvania ia a big
State, and has a thunderous voice, espec
ially in the National Convention. Pos
sibly when the Confederate Brigadiers
observed the unanimity of sent urn ni In
the North upon the veto question they
will whistle down brakes. Cincinnati
The good Kansas citizens are doing all
in their power to provide ' employment
for the colored people who are flocking
in such great numbers to our state. The
war for freedom commenced In Kansas
and it Is only a consistent position that
our state now takes when she assumes
to become an asylum for the victims of
political persecution and affords them
the protection of her powerful aegis.
The speech' of Roswell G. Uorr in
Congress, which' has attracted much at
tention, had the family characteristic of
directness and point, and as a piece of
political tailoring was a . very snug fit,
and the Confederate ex-Brigadiers wLl
be likely . to remember .the- gentleman
from'Hichjgan without any, farther , re
minder. The mother of this new, mem
ber lives in Wellington, and has sons and
daughters here. t J'
: I laaasaamsssssesaasswas ssaaaaa .-' -
""It sufficiently appear tliar, under
existing laws, theiecnu bs no military
interference with the ; elections. No
case of such Interference, has. In 'fact,
occurred alnce tiie passage ol the act re
ferred 'to. No soldier of the United
State has appeared under orders at any
placecelcctlon in any State. No com
plaint, even, of the presence of United
States' troops has been ' made in any
quarter!' It"niay therefore, be confi
dently stated that there Is no necessity
for the -enactment of Section 6 of the
bill before me, to prevent military In
terference with elections. The laws al
ready In. force are all that is required
for that end." President Hayes. -
The death of Mrs. Sarah J. Hals, f oi ty
years editor of Godey Lady's Book, and
ten years. 'more, previous to '. that,
editor of The Ladies Magazine, the first
poriodical of its class published In this
country revives the event of the life of
this talented and industrious, woman.
As she-was eighty-four when she died,
it wilt ptl 'teen: that I'm liberal, education
in schools for women was not to be had
in her' girl-hood, but her brothers and
husband were- well educated. Thev one
taught her latin, mathematics and men
tal philosophy,' and ker husband, be
tween whom and his wife was great con
geniality, kept, up with her, system alio
study through their few years of married
life. Then the widow, with- five little
children,' supported and educated her
family, and won an independence with
her pen alone. .
A contest between a solid North and
a solid South over political ' issues, set
tled by the war, would not be a pleasant
spectacle to contemplate. - Thee id doc
trine of State rights was tumbled into a
ditch and buried daring the late unpleas
antness Its resurrection now bodes no
good to those who dig it up. ' The Na
tion with a big "N,". is soUtething . more
now than aba tract idea. - It is a power,
a force', an authority.' VI the Confeder
ate Brigadiers persist in resurrecting old
issues and ignoring modern ones in set
ting up .little seven-by-nine State theo
ries far the Nation to howl over, they
will be the ones to suffer. A conflict be
tween a splid North and a solid South
would be like one between David Davis
and ATTTmnm Btephkhbv It is never
to late to mend." Bat It is better not to
break things in the first place. - The Na
tion does not desire to put its foot down
upon the Confederacy if it can be avoid
ed. Cincinnati Commercial.
Ths Cincinnati Commercial tells
where the great shows have fitted for
their summer campaign.' Cooper, Bailey
& Co. j ten consolidated shows, wintered
. at Philadelphia. . This travels by rail
exclusively. - Forcpaugh's establishment
were quartered at Louisville through the
winter. ; They travel by three special
trains owned by the manager. ' Sells
, Bros., who were here last May, wintered
at Columbus; they also travel by rail in
their own' cars. Van Amburgh'a Co.,
outfitted si America, N. X. This will
change- this season from traveling by
; rail and will go In wagons. P. T. Bar-
. nam's show wintered in Now York, trav
els by rail and runs Its own cars. The
'other principal traveling companies are
the "Great Trans-Atlantic Menagerie
Caravarr Avairy and Double Circus" of
Boyd fc Peters. Anderson. & Co 's Me
nagerie and Circus; Hlllard, Hunting A
Co's Pacific Circus and trained wild
beasts; W. W. Cole's Museum and Me
nagerie;' Coups Japanese Circus; John
Bobinson's; Burr Bobbins; and Hamil
ton Bergenia, . ..
The announcement of -the. death of
Rev. Hiram Tbrbet at "Bombay, India,
March 13th, fell with startling sudden
ness upon the large circle of his friends
and school acquaintances. It will be re
membered that at the conference session
in Wellington last September, this young
minister was transferred from the North
Ohio to the South India Conference, and
started soon for that distant field, reach
ing Bombay, Dec. I6th. The particu
lars, we have learned, are as follows: A
number of American vessels were lying
in harbor at Bombay in the early part of
March, and 7 naturally, friendly inler:
course was maintained between the mis
sionaries and the English speaking com
pany on ship-board, Mr. Torbet frequent
ly holding religious services and conver
sation with the officers and sailors. He
had, with a number of other American
missionaries, been invited to tea by Cap
tain Blake, of the Harriet M'Gilvry.
After tea and singing, Mr. Torbet left
the company for a little talk with the
crew, and spending some time with them
and singing one of the hymns of San
key's collection, he started to return to
his friends. The ship -was taking in
cargo and the coolies who slept between
decks, had left open the hatchways for
ventilation. Two lights were hanging
near, but. failing to notice the open
hatch, young Torbet stumbled against
the edge and fell to the hold, a depth of
20 feet. He was not seen to fall and not
missed until the company prepared to re
turn. When found ho was insensible,
bleeding profusely, and his skull frac
tured, and at nine in the evening had
ceased to breathe. He had greatly en
deared himself to all with whom he had
mingled in his ministerial work or social
relations, and his eaily death just at the
time when he was prepared for great
usefulness is a sad loss.
The Credit System Again.
. ' A correspondent of the Akron Beacon
writes concerning the failure of H. C.
Bearles, a leading business man of Rich
field, and the experience will apply elf e-
There ia little doubt that if those deal
ing with him had paid their bi'ls prompt
ty, ' there had been no. need of this
trouble, which, as , things were going,
had for some time been foreshadowed
and told fearfully upon the health of
Mr. Searles. When people had money
in hand they went or sent to Akron or
Cleveland, ' trading it out in the city
When they had none they bought at
home and had it charged, and found
fault with the price and paid when they
got ready, or never. To a novice in
trade one of the bitterest lessons learned
ia the readiness with- which goods will
go on trust, the indifference and neglect
of a good many about their promise to
pay, and the tendency of many people to
become angry if a respectful "state
ment" couched in the most delicate lan
guage is sent them as a reminder of an
unpaid biU.. .. . ..
Anew dealer often thinks he is get
ting all the trade, he has such good cus
tomers, who graciously take the goods
done up for them and will drop in this
evening, or to-morrow," or next week
and pay. " Perhaps they pay promptly
until they Inspire confidence, or their
appearance and style indicate that they
are not wanting for means; but by the
time the merchant has a substantial ac
count against them, scd no credits to
balance the sheet, and has been treated
coolly by a few dozen whom he has at
last been obliged to dun, and also finds
that they have transferred their patron
age to fresher fields, he knows more
than he did before, though he is not so
happy. The credit system is a great
convenience between honest people, but
it is so abused by the unscrppulois that
every person' who ' goes' into trade is
more or less a sufiercr, and before he
knows it has paid a bounty to the army
Here are a few words spoken in sober
ness by the New York Sun, to the Con
federate Brigadiers in Congress. They
were never more needed than now:
"As long as there is sectional contro
versy, the South will remain undermost.
We invite the serious attention of the
more sensible ex-Confederates in Con
gress to this unalterable fact; and we
warn them that in order to gain the full
confidence of the North and to silence
every cry raised against them for parti
san purposes by the Republican leader,
they must do certain things.
"They must stop boasting that they
have captured the Capitol and the Gov
ernment. The Government and the Cap
itol are National institutions. They can
never be sectional institutions.
. "They must restrain and discounte
nance those among their number who re
gard their election to Congress aa a re
versal of the verdict of 1885. and who
look upon the public funds in the United
States Treasury as the legitimate spoils
"However keenly they may feel the in
justice and ungenerosity of the taunts
flang at them for the part they bore in
the civil war, they must at least refrain
from reproaching, either directly or by
implication, the men who upheld the
Union for having upheld it against their
"They must suppress some of their
number to whom nature has given blood
too hot for politics, and in whom educa
tion has developed a fatal flux of speech.
One of the chief present dangers to the
future of the Democratic party and of
the country, grows out of the obtrusive
ness and bombastic rhetoric of these de
clalmers." ' We clip the following from the Cha
grin Falls Exponent:
"One of the marked tendencies of the
times is a desire to get something for
nothing, and many are the devices re
sorted to to rob honest labor of ita just
dues, commencing with communism and
socialism and ending with the lower
types of vagrancy. Intermediate be
tween these two extremes comes the
army of speculators, chemers and rob
bers, who do business under a thousand
disguises and aliases, some of them hav
ing the outward semblance of respecta
bility, but all aiming at or at least hit
tingthe same mark honest labor, the
producer, the man who tills the soil or
earns an honest livelihood in some of the
many useful avocations, and honest cap
ital, which is, after all, only another
nsme for honest labor.
One of the most, if not the most, fruit
ful causes of this is the tendency to
crowd into cities and villages. The pur
suits of agriculture which was considered
bv the ancient Greeks and Romans too
sacred to be intrusted to the hands of
slaves, is now considered by the average
young man and woman as disgraceful.
and the desire to wear nte ciotnes, ana
be a "gentleman" or "lady," as the case
may be, induces many to give upalLffJof
independence, health, virtue and honesty
for the butterfly existence of the clerk,
the Salesman, or to be, perhaps, a med
iocre lawyer, doctor or preacher.
To be a successful farmer is far more
honorable than to be a second or third
rate In any of the professions, and the
chances for success are ten to one in
favor of the former, for the cities and
villages are full of professional men who
drag out -a mere living, and who are
never known outside of their own neigh
borhood, who, if they had "stuck to the
old farm," might have been not only in
dependent, but influential citizens.
Young man, stick to the farm and
make your business one of "the profes
sions." Do not, because you are a
farmer, settle down to a life or igno
rance, but make good use of your leisure
moments; be well versed in your busi
ness; study good books, and consider
"the dsy lost that bringeth no knowl
edge, and with a fair share of that com
modity, usually termed good luck, bat
which should be called pluck, you will
come oat far ahead of the companion of
jour boyhood, who goes to the city, and.
after making perhaps half a dozen fail
ures, turns up that worst human parasite
a ''speculator." Chagrin Falls Expo
The New Qreenkack Organ.
Dispatck to the Cincinnati Gazst'e
Washington, Mar 3.
The Greenback paper, called The Na
tional View, is one that is likely to give
the Democratic party, at least, very se
rious trouble. The paer is a radical
rc resentative of the Greenback doc
trine. It contains in its first issue some
statements which will startle the Dem
ocratic party, who hare contributed
most to Greenback membership. On
the pending issues as to the army bill,
the National View says "The howl for
the removal of troops from the polls
comes like an afterthought to the South
ern members, in the face of the fact
that President Hayes, against the senti
ment of his party, removed the troops
trom the Southern States. The real. ob
jective point is the removal of the Su
pervisors under a false cry of a "fre
election and no troops."- It is Impossi
ble to be logical and dishonest at the
same moment. The Democratic leader
ship is like the Cyclop with his eyes
.The Love of Life.
All men ' desire to live. If death is
ever longed for, it is by the miserable, to
whom it comes as a change and to whom
any change seems improvement. Life is
in its nature hostile to death,' and from
the thought of self -extinction it instinct
ively rebels. It is not the "fear of
something after," as the poet declares,
which makes death abhorrent. Life, if
it be healthy, is so sweet of itself, there
is such a perennial spring of gladness
flowing out of its own exercise, to the
limpid tide of which its lips are ever
pressed, there are within Its play of func
tion and dcvelopement of faculty such
exhilarations, such pungent sensations
of pleasure, such cheerful and sprightly
animations, that it feeds, as it were, on
its own joys, and feels that its growth is
nourished by the food of the gods. It Is
because of the fullness of these inward
forces of every life to minister t Its own
joys until its cap is full, that all life has
its sanctity. Selected.
' Under the circumstances, if jou can
avoid it, ask a favor, not even from your
nearest and dearest friends. Give as
many as you can, and if any are freely
offered, it ' is not necessary to be too
proud to take them, bat never ask for or
stand waiting for any. Who ever asked
a fwvor at the right - time? To be re
fused is a woeful stab at one's pride. It
ia even worse to have a favor granted
hesitatingly. Better do everything for
yourself until you drop from exhaustion,
and then if any one picks you up, let It
be because of his free choice, and not
from any groan you utter. But while
you stand be a soldier. Eat your owu
crust rather than feed on another's dain
ty meals; drink cold water rather than
another's wine. Love or tenderness
should never be put aside when its full
hands are stretched toward you; but so
few love, so few are tender, that a favor
asked Is apt to be a cruel millstone
s round your neck, even if you gain the
thing you want by the asking. You can
never repay the giver of a favor if that
favor is granted on solicitation. Select
ed. . -
Can't be Fat Down That Way.
Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Qjacitt.
' Washington, May 3.
The Democratic Congressmen who
have thought to put down the Okolona
Statea by jeers and denunciation, will
live to regret their folly. The editors of
that paper contribute to the first number
of the National View, the new Green
back organ, a card, . personal to them
selves, which will be interesting reading
to the Democracy. . Among other things
the editors of the Southern States say:
"The Southern States newspaper was
founded on the 10 A of March, 1873, by
Capt. James A Glanvllle and Col. A. Y.
Harper. Both were Confederate officers
In the late civil war. The States stand
to-day precisely where it stood on the
ICth of March, 1373. It has never
swerved from the utterances in its intial
Issue. It has at all times, and under all
circumstances, advocatedthe principles
of Bute Sovereignty, and called for the
unconditional repeal or the 14ih and 15th
amendments. It has always been recog
nized from first to last as a Democratic
paper by the press, politicians and the
people. The charge that either of the
editors or tbo (states is a carpet Dagger,
in the sense in which that term is used
and understood, is a miserable subter
fuge and shallow device that will, in the
very nature of things, be exposed, and
recoil upon the demagogues who' invent
ed, and the dupes who circulate it. We
bide our time. The charge that either
of the editors of the States is in the pay
of the Republican party is so fl Uly con
tradicted by the whole political record
that It is simply beneath the dignity of
Signed "A.. Y. Hahper,
"Will. H. Kirs ah,
"Editors of the Sthtes.
"States Office, Okolona, Miss. Apr. 90, 7U."
' Will the editor of the Constitution tell
us now who is guilty of circulating a
silly falsehood for partisan purposes,
and who was practicing the arts of a
demagogue? We agree with him that
all such efforts are now transparent, if
they were not before, and are not likely
to deceive any intelligent man.
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assertion we know It can be substantiated
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Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
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A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
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he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts
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isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
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Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C.
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expended to keep them in good condi
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Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
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each of our patients just such as their
This is the time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and they begin to ache.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
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We will be glad to work for any who
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Milton's works are built up with 8,000, yet,
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We are now receiving a
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in all departments, which will
be sold at bottom prices.
We call Special attention to
l.OO, 1.25, and 1.40.
Also Striped and Checked
Silks in all qualities, at low
. The larges Stock of
ever offered in this section.
Good Yard WIdo Floor Oil
Cloth 22 cents.
Bates Crochet Quilts $1.00.
Peerless Carpet Warp 16 cts.
Madras and Pongee Gingham
12 1-2 cents. '
A Very Large Stock of
Striped and Checked Pique, at
A Very Large Stock of
From Cneap to Good.
A large line Umbrellas very
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Utica N. Y. XliUss or Wamsutta 2400 Linen, $25.00
2100 " 23.00
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1900 " 17.0
If unlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen.
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Diseases of the Lungs,
- CURED BY
ALLEN'S LU1IG BALSAM
Has become known and appreciated In every town
and village throughout the United States and Domin
ion of Canada, llumlreda of thouevida of bottles
are annually sold; and thousands of witnesses testify
to tu unea nailed oower In healing the dlaeasea It la
ReJmiaeauN lor. m
It is b armless to the most delicate child,
It contains no opium ia any form..
EsTDlrectlons accompany each bottle. It la sold
by medicine dealers generally. - 2Ht4
Having purchased the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland, and fitted it up for
a JLiivery btable and furnished
it wiin nrst-ciass rigs, all new,
I am prepared to meet every
want 01 the public in my line.
(Jood teams furnished at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
. P. C. THOMks.
ATI Rnlrllora. wnnnitml tii In t uraA ,
obtain pensions, under the new law to date
irora uiBcuarRe. Aaaress at once wun stamp
for blanks and new soldier's circulars.
W. C. BER1NGER A CO.,
110 Emlthfleld St.. Pittsbunr. Fa.
tr5 Oldest claim agency In the State.
A FHZE GX2TT.
Of a etmr of mv UfTlTC T. rnyunv .was
BOOK to any person Buffering with Consumption.
Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchi la, L-aaof Voice or Soro
Throat. Send name and post office address, with two
three-cent postage stamps and state your sickness.
The book la elcmnllv llln.fnttMt mum i- nw.
1R7. The Information It contains. In the p.ovldence
of (rod. has ssved many lives. The author has been
treating diseases of the Xoae, Throat, and Lungs as
a spevlal practice In Cincinnati since lx7. Address
DR. N. B. WOLFE, Cincinnati. Ohio.
Four FIRST PREMIUM MEDALS awarded.
More agteeabl. to the taste and smaller dose than
For sale In government stamped bottles, at
urugKiaia ana country stores, ana ty
T. J. HUSBAND, Jr., Philadelphia.
may tie) fonnd cm
lilt at Uto. P.
m ... mmm ll W r 1.1. eft J.
Newajrfper Advertising Bureau !0 Spruce
using contract, nut y
41 wauo lor u, la
20 MADE IN A 81XGLE DAT, Jan. 30th, by
w'a.w an ageot. Send 1 cat stamp for particulars.
RT. B. T. Ukck. Milton, Pennsylvania.
Sa1 YiSlI. Pnnteu at U office
21 Ifl III I Ifi'on short notice and on
most reasonable terms.
Give us a calL
shirt company of America
no Superxob!!! :
the Stitch at the Centennial.
the word that run. amcoth and doea everr deacrlo-
ao.tronx and well made, and ao thoroughly tcated
each machine that leiveaour Factjry la warranted for
will n no other. Active Atcnts wanted In this
Inducmenta offered Clergymen. Teachers, Business
' For Diseases of the
Throat and Ziuoks,
such aa Coughs,
Asthma, and. Con
The reputation it has attained, in
consequence of tlie marvellous cares it
has produced during the last half cen
tury, is a sufficient; assurance to the
public that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can be desired.
In almost overy section of country
there are persons, publicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseases of the lungs,
by its nsc. All who have tried it ac
knowledge its superiority; and where
its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the distress and suffering peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Ciierky Pec
toral always affords instant relief, and
performs rapid cures of the milder va-.
rictles of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of the
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
is invaluable; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to
This medicine gains friends at
every trial, as the cures it is constantly
producing arc too remarkable to be
forgotten. No faintly should be with
out it, and those who have once used '
it never will.
Eminent Physicians throughout the
country prescribe it, and Clergymen
often recommend it from, their knowl
edge of its effects.
rBEFABED 8X . . V
Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemist.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS UVSVWBSRB
The Great Cause
Jvst published, in a Suilrd Envelops. Price 6 cts.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment, and Uadlca.
para of Spmlniil Weabnpia. or HrMrmfttorrht4. in-
duced bf ttelf-Abcse. Involuntary Emiaslons. lmpo-
Htifre generally; Consumption, Epilepsy, and rltBj
J. eULVtUWiXU M. IX, auUkor of the 'Green
Tha vortd-rpnowned author, tn thta admirable Lee-
tnr?, clearly proves from lit own experience that the
awful cwaequauces of Srlf-Abuae may be effectually
removed without medicine, and without danjreroua
aunrlcal operation, boutfea, lottrnuienta, rliiKs, or
cordial; pointing out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by mhich every auffercr, no matter
what condition may he, may cure htnucf cheap
ly, privately and radically.
tFThlt Lecture will prove a boon to thousands
Sent ander seal, fn a nlatn envIon. tn in
post paid, on receipt ox six cents or 2 postage lam pa.
Address t he ru oilihera.
The CulrorweU Helical Co.,
41 Ann St...New York.
P.O. Box 4S86.
Prirmt Boapltal. 90S
Ftatte rr is on Ms.
Llia aod Octiti.
"-. one dollar
fc tuaplOT r ktft
r a t b r (nMl, basi
ale Female Piu. 5
wr tx. Private
boat 4ve4 jtm Cor
Ladiea datiaa aoa,
flaefnrnt. A mw work, price t0
cent be malL Mt
riea of Nature. Fatal
Wttr of Man-lose. Or
rune of Generation,
Piacaaea of Tooth and
Moo stood ; a woaltb or
choice aad T&lu&bie ia
IbronotMi. mt IntereM
to both oexos. Machine
ofleoeiv t good tate
ad raflatn.au Infor
atatloa a e v e r before
fraMUbed. No family
oboald bo orltitoat U.
Q7Addma, Dr. A. Q.
OLTX. TP3 fart: fit. -
VF AMSTJTr A il 1 1. 1.1 y A BEST lKlslI tHTE...
(I for Q ft T'm ranly-alade Oiesa
alada to measure ewastrtn. I Tor yW
Ucnd address on postal card for aamnlcs ud
clrcnlarswllh (llrertlous for seir-meaanrcriient.
Jii i,A"KA25Ii;U-i?J SUOnSSnTtUO
Un'i.Ats.sUra. M win lit, pt. lp.ua. Ma.
J. "Was "Wilbur's
Curd Drainers, -
Milk Cans, '.i' V ..
Curd Knives, ;.; .
Curd Pails, :
' Butter Workers, :. -
Iron Clad Milk Pails,
Fairbanks Standard Scales,
Sverythlaag that pertains
to the manufacture of cheese
and butter furnished at the.
lowest prices. . Opposite the
American House; W elungton.'
Cars. Coatamptlaa ' a
, wbtm atk.r Otis IrmlL. -
' WILXSON'S CAR ISOLATED :
(Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil
Inamedlavtelr Arrtwt. Decay
. , sit Baillda Up tUm Syat.oa. .
; wiLLSoirs carbolated
(Norwegian) Cod Liver Oili
Is rvtavlned Bty th W)kit Stomach.
I. Fi e. rnana II ipltsvsm nt Tails,
Is R.aullljr llg.swl. Mesr.r aj.ta Biaiacid.
(Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil T
Caurea CoaUMptlana. Beroflalav. 5
KarAMlavtlosa, Coaghs, CaUs,.
AU lorn and Cohsxltu iiowat. Coaruim and ia
a remarkably efficient IUood Puamaa and checks
Um Ravages ol Disease.
(Norwegian) Cod Liver OIL
is sold onlv la large wedge-shaped bottles.- Will son .
1 spelled witli a doable - L." Bern ember to. word
Casbutzd" In ordering from your Druggist,
and Insist on basing the right kind. ' ; - r r
- Send tor Circulars to the Proprietors, ;
GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.,
.: M PARK PUCE, NKW YOEK. '
Sect Salwa In tia XfnrltA.
ansa, siara. . .- f
Qoiolr. sad Stavriltatc Caus. - J
;It Heals Withoat a Soar.
AUays Pain St Stops Bleeding. "
Soothes a Barn or Scald.
Heals s Cut Ilk Ifa(le.
Draws Poiaom ont of a Wonnd.
' BUCH ANS CARBOLIC
CONTAINS NO GREASE AND
WASHES OFF WITHOUT SOAP. .
acts Insiantty and like Magic
Ton Salt Raeaian. Sera Threat, I'lrers,
Vlaras, Scalrts. Cats, Wosaii, files.
Sore aresi Pelssaav. Stieaja aa-l Bli.-,
Barber's licit. Chapped Hasila, Strafw '
lea. Bore, and any and erery other puryose for '
which a 8alre or Ointment cat be tued, Bmm
chan'a Carbolio Balm Ointment la the
only preparation that can always b. rellei upon.
It ia a beantifal JeUy-eoiored article, sold in glas
bottles with the above trade-mark." withoat .
which none la gennine. 8 e to it that ytrar drag
giat girea yon ilucUAK'a, as above deacribod. Cir
cu.ara sent lroe on application to the alaantao-. ;
, GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.. .
.33 PABK. PIACR, KtW YOKE.
BLACK AS THE EATZJTS WINGS
Haven Indelible Ink.
KererBlocji Flows Freely!
Never .Spreads! Always
Beady I Perfect Black I No
foes or trouble I It ia ased
withoat preparation ! HolJ
by all druggieta and station
ers, liariap Mg' Co.. '
Aa Agreeable Aperient A Kefrlrerant.
Tbla weU-known praparatkm la highly tsromateuded tot '
DTsraniA. RsaBachc. Sickness of the Stomach. Heart
born, a-idall eomplaints arVlmr from Acidity, Bilioesand
Milaruil Ferers. It cools the blnnri .nil ,r.,r. VkITT"
.la. HI-af.reritanMrilcjn.fnp.hiUH. .i
and awet ta.rs saake. itnoiitty ,n. Mhi." Patap
SII'iaiDg'nMiailSALPATF.RS, St!mi.rTT PflfJEBi fcC.
"After all, ne r.Bac-dy la ae certain te
care Cbnsampttosa aa pare Renr(laa
Cod LlTer Oil. Carnelated njr Wlllsoa's
excellent proe.sa.--Tr. Wmtt.
All conanmpttre patients are earneatly lnrited to
give Wil!aon-a Carbolated Cod IdTer Oil a fair trial.
It U easily and roadUy digested where all similar
preparations are refused by the stomach, and In
rcediaiely enters Into tits eirenlation. acting sp,
dflcally upon the docariikg longs. The nutritious
properties of the oil sustain and build up the sy
tern, while the active curative properties cf the
preparation complete the work of healing.
Willaoa's Carbolated ("Sorwegiani too ajtt-t .h
cever ircta rancid, to free from at
retained easily by the weakest stomach and is sold
at the price of the ordinary Oils.
It cans Consumption. 8-rofula, Asthma, Bros,
chitla. "Emaciation, Cougha, Col da. Hemorrhage,
and all lung and eonatitutioaal complaints.
As a Blood Purifier tho Carbolated Oil la remark
ably efficient. Its use la Scrofulous Affections.
Rhramati-nn, Rickets, sic , Is strongly recommend,
sd. Its pari-'ring power is wonderful ia Consump
tiondepending, as it frequently dooa, upon Scrof
u one taint.
It it n-icn the ra'Jonal theory of ImcaiUATvxv
Intrma Dccat wrmjt rr Bntn vr ma SraTcn,
enabling it to throw off the disease. '
Scld only ia wedge-shaped bottles. Wlllson" Is
sillied with a double "t," : Remember the word
Carbola:ed " la ordering frora your druggist, and
Insist upon having the right kind. i
Oca llVa Co., UPi Place, X.T.