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Thursday, May 22, 1879.
' ."W. HOUGHTON, 1L H.HOUQHTON.
Bepublioan County Convention.
The Republicans of Lonia county are
requested to meet in mui conTention at
the coart-koaae. In Elyris, on
SATURDAY, MAT 84, 1879,
at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of ap
pointing bum delegates to repreaent Lo
rain county la the Republican State Coo-
Tentloa, to be held la the city of Cincin
nati oa the Mth day of Hay, 1879.
la Tiew of the Importance of the oonv
lng campaign, the committee deaire i
full ' attendance of Republicans from
erery township in the county.
S. G. JonmoH, I .
G.H. RoBBnra, :.
G. A. Van Cub, Republican
Joan B. Clocoh, Central
J. D. WiLixuia, Committee.
Wk. A. BaAXAS,
J. B. CLaaa.
The Methodist "Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary Society" reports for its tenth
year receipts of upward of $80,000, a
large Increase otct the prerioui year
Of this sum the Cincinnati branch
raised the largest amount of any of the
The Hudson Enterprise comes to us
enlarged and improred, and we congrat
ulate its publisher, who has doubled the
size of the psper since he took eharge of
it two years ago. He says, JhowoTer,
that he does not propose to print a news
paper "just for fun," and the adrance
payment rule will In all cases be strictly
By the plan of Episcopal visitation
decided upon at the meeting of the
ICetkodistEpisoopal Bishops at Wheel
lng last weeksBlshop Foster will preside
at the North Ohio Conference at Woos
tcr, Bept.: ITU; Bishop Wiley is to meet
Conferences In B weed en and Norway in
' July, and will preside at Southern Con
f ereaeea la November. Bishop Simpson
will meet the Central Ohio at Lima,
We . gave last week the speeches of
Senators Edmunds, Blaine and Chandler,
on the bill prohibiting military interfer
ence at elections. The two last are
brief and pointed, and give the Confed
erate Brigadiers some very judicious ad
vice which they will do well to heed.
The contest in Congress is the old
Calhoun doctrine of state rights, that
finally led to the war of the rebellion,
and now la being fought over again with
more peaceful weapons, but we greatly
fear if the North does not wake up to a
sense of the danger, it will yet be a more
bloody one than the first. It is useless
for the Democracy of the North to cry
peace. The South were never more in
earnest than now. In advocating the doc
trine of state rights, and the treasonable
utterances and efforts of the Southern
members were not more pronounced in
the days of 1837 to 1860.
The Northern members are powerless
to resist the dictation of the Southern
leaders nor do they seemed inclined to
do so, and unless the rank and file are
ready to walk quietly into the position
of the vilest copperheads of war times,
they can do nothing leas than withdraw
from the party. Since the speeches of
pifci-M. mad scores of others, and
latest of Ben HOI, it la useless to claim
that the South la loyal or that it means
anything leas than the words of their
leaders indicate. Even the "Okoloona
States," whose treasonable utterances
the Democratic press of the North have
insisted were a libel oa Southern senti
ment, has added new proofs that it
faithfully represents the feeling of their
W. EL Kernan. one of the electors.
wrote and read a poem at a meeting of
the representatives of the press, not ex
celled In treasonable sentiment and doc
trine In the hottest dsys of the rebellion.
and with one accord his brother editors
after ' retiring home, indorse . him.
poem, treason and all la thoir next issue.
That waa last year, and now they reprint
U with a column of indorsements of
Southern nasers. so that it cannot but
reflect the present feelings of the South,
Even the best informed of the Democrat
ic party in. the North, see and acknowl
edge the tendency to anarchy and revo
lution and are taking alarm. If they
had sufficient strength to pass their
measures over the presidential veto,
there could be no reasonable objection
bat when they have not and fail for that
reason, they have so right to attempt to
force them by the alternative of destruc
tion of the army and starvation of the
Ohio State Sabbath
' The Twentieth Annual Convention of
the Ohio Sabbath School Union will be
held in the beautiful and commodious
M. X. Church, In the city of Akron. O
commencing Tuesday evening, June 8d,
1879, sad continuing through Wednes
day end Thursday, closing with every
body's meeting on Thursday evening,
June 5th." -
' This will be s Mass Convention. Ev
erybody Interested in Sunday School
work Is invited. Entertainment will be
provided by the hospitable citizens of
Akron. Everybody will please report on
arrival to the Com mi tie on Entertain
ment, at their rooms in the M. E. Church,
(which is situated conveniently nesr the
depot) when they will be assigned homes.
It Is hoped that all will come to the
first session of the Convention and re
main until Friday morning. Don't be in
s hurry. Come to enjoy the Convention
yourself, and make everyone else enjoy
it by your presence.
The usual reduction of rates will be
had on all leading railroads in the Bute.
For any further information or partlc
lars, address F. R. Looms,
The Trespass Law.
Representatire Estill, editor of the
Holmes County Farmer, says in his
"As the sporting season is coming on,
it msy be well enough to giro the points
incorporated in the new trespass laws,
as a matter of information to people who
own farms. The law of 1877 requires
farmers to go to the trouble and expense
of preparing sign boards warning tres
passers off the premises, and the boards
are required to be a certain height from
the ground, and subject to other specifi
cations, which often made them inopera
tive, because of not being in strict con
formity to the law. The law as amend
ed provides that whosoever shall trespass
on another's property, without having
received verbal or written permission
from the owner, his sgent, or a person
in charge of inclosed or Improved lands,
shall be fined not more than twenty-fire
nor less than fire dollars or Imprisoned
not more than thirty nor less than five
days or both.
TO PROVID A COMMISSION ON THK SUBJECT
CF TUB ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR TRAFFIC.
.Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Conirresa
assembled. That there shall be appointed
by the President, by and with the ad
vice and consent of the Senate, a com
mission of five persons, who shall be se
lected solely with reference to personal
fitness and capacity for an honest, im
partial, and thorough investigation, and
who shall hold office until their duties
shall be accomplished, but not to exceed
two years, it snail oe tneir amy to in
vestigate the alcholic-liquor trsffio in its
relations to taxation, expenditure, pov
erty, disease, crime, and other questions
connected with the general welfare or
Sec. 2. That the said commissioners
not all of whem shall be advocates of
prohibitory legislation or of total abstl
nence in relation t alcoholic liquors,
shall serve without salary ; that the dcc
essary expenses incidental to said inves
tigation, not exceeding ten thousand
dollars, shall be paid out of any money
in the Treasury not otherwise appropri
ated, upon vouchers to be approved by
the Secretary of the Treasury; end for
this purpose the sum of ten thousand
dollars is hereby appropriated. It shall
be the further duty of ssid commission
ers to report the result of their investi
gation, and the expenses attending the
ssme, to the president, to be transmitted
by him to Congress.
We hope the above will pass and that
the commission will furnish some reiia
ble date for use in the temperance re
form. It was introduced by Hon. James
Value of Skimmed Cheese.
Skimmed cheese is s drug in the mar
ket. It has been sold in .New-York at
two cents and less per pound, while at
the interior markets this spring it has
been hard to sell at any price, and so it
haa been shipped to the city to be dispos
ed of on commission. Factorymen and
dairvmen have been warned over and
over again that "skims" were not wanted
in the markets, and that with the large
dock of old cheese, and the low price
ruling for good grades, the making of
skimmed cheese this season would be lit
tle better, if any, than throwing the milk
awav. In some instances, the skimmed
goods have not paid more than the cost
of freightage and commission, and thus
dairymen are out me cost oi mating ana
Some are in Hopes ine marati win lm
prove and so they continue to turn the
skimmed milk into cheese. They say
that the butter obtained from the milk
baa so far paid about as much as if it had
been made into full milk cheese, so that
nothing ia lost even if the skims sell low.
But as this interior stuff crowds the mar
ket and helps to depress prices, great
damage ia done to the trade, and those
who make "iuu mux encese- suner,
while no one is benefited. Barthe great
est damage done to the cheese interest by
the skims is that they check consumption.
They go into the home market, and are
retailed by grocers to ine exclusion oi
fine goods, and hence many who would
eat freely of a fine article are unable to
obtain it readily, and thus they prtfer to
go without, rather than take what they
donotike. When butter is made, the
skimmed mux snouia De lea to aomcstic
animals, and even the skimmed cheese
could be fed to pigs with more profit
than it often brings wnen sent to market.
It may seem strange to some to hear
that cheap cheese haa been fed to pigs
at a profit that pig a thrive upon it and
grow fat. Borne time since, air. Aston
of Cheshire, England, made experiments
with cheese to test its value as a pig
feed, and be gives the following detailed
account of his experience in the Chester
"I may just say, for the information of
my inends ana your numerous readers,
who appear to take an interest in my ex
perience (though not always successful),
that American cheese bought at 10 shil
lings per cwt. answered admirably for
fattening piss. Some that were bought
about the fourth week in October last
for 10 shillings each, are now estimated
bv competent men to be 21 stone in
weight. I have not fed cheese exclu
aively, but mixed with it Indian meal,
wheat scuf tings and bran, together with
what the dairy supplied in whey and
buttermUk, and I never had pigs fatten
better, if as well. We commenced to
give them a little on the 3lstof January
last, which. appearea to ne very.sausiy
lng, and s marked difference was soon
manifested in their growth; and I have
now come to the conclusion that, if it
could be purchased at 9 shillings per
cwt. long weight, it would pay quite
well as Indian meal at an average price
J It was on the strength of the opinion en
tertained by scientihe gentlemen in this
country, and on the otaer mao oi me At
lantic, that one pound of cheese contains
as much nutriment as two pounds of
beef or mutton, that I was induced to
make the experiment."
We Aave no doubt that if all the poor
skimmed cheese now made or to be made
during the season, were kept at home
and fed to the pig?, it would be much
better for the cheese interest of the
countrv. while the makers themselves
would be auite ss well off as to forward
it to New-York to be sold at a penny or
two per pound. But the better course
is for dairymen to feed the skimmed
milk to calves and pig, and not attempt
to make butter and cheese out of the
tame milk. X. A. Willard.
Editor Ehteefhibk: In our capacity
aa corregDondent of the Ektkhfrise, we
have aimed at accuracy in our state
menu, and tried to be governed by the
motto, "with malice toward none." We
made certain statements last week la re
gard to L D. Leach, which that gentle
man has taken exceptions to.' lie in
forms us that he has receipts for all
money collected by him, except $15.73
retained as a fee. This would seem to
indicate that we had been misinformed.
As it is our hearty desire that L. D. L ,
may come out of his present trouble with
shining honor, we gladly make this cor
rection. U. A. M.
Mr. Editor: As this is a prodigious
dry time for items as well as everything
else, I will overhaul your Rochester cor
respondent, who makes the erroneous
statement (if we are rightly informed)
that at the recent examination of teach
ers held in Wellington, but two of the
epplicants received certificates for a
longer period than six months, and they
were from Rochester. Miss Carrie Hart
of our township, passed her first exami
nation then and there ana oDiained a cer
tificate for one year, andis teaching in
her own district.
The history of Lorain county just de
livered to subscribers, elicits both praise
and condemnation. In our own opinion
the publishers have the best of the bar
May 19, 1879.
We are wishing, hoping, and begging
A new buggy belonging to Mr.
Markle, in the western part of Troy,
was stolen one night last week. As
soon as it was missed, Mr. Markle, Jake
Frost and Lab an Ford started in pursuit
and overtook the thievea just east of
Homer. They had a nice team, which
we afterwards learned was stolen at
Attica. The property was all recovered,
but the thieves escaped.
Read this all ye who do not believe in
house cleaning. A gentleman living in
Homer, hid away eighty dollars under
the carpet about 13 years ago, and on
taking up the carpet this spring for the
first time since then, the treasure was
found. Moral: clesn house every year,
then you will be sure to find all that
lays under the carpet.
May 18th, 1879.
Williams Bros., history of Lorain
county, with a few exceptions, gives
very general dissatisfaction in this local'
The site for the water works hss been
settled upon at last. They are to be
constructed upon the west side of the
west branch of the river, and just south
of the Fair Grounds.
The gas worka are nearly completed.
lamps all set, and in a few days more
the town will be lighted with gas.
Mr. E. E. Myers of Detroit, the archi
tect whose pirns for the court house
were adopted, is now busily engaged in
preparing the plana and specifications
in detail. As soon as he completes
them he will then draw the plans ftr the
new M. E. Church, which is to be built
here during the coming sesson. This
church will be a magnificent building.
surpassing all the others in every re
spect, and occupying one of the finest
sites in town.
The extreme dry weather is being seri-
ouslv felt in this locality, and if we are
not blessed with a good rain very soon.
all crops and garden produce will receive
an irreparable injury.
Our new ban i gave the first strawber
ry festival of the season last night. It
was very largely attended.
The Anti-Hayes Republicans begin to
think that there is some backbone in
Rutherford after all, and are a little more
kindly disposed toward him.
A. W. It.
Bervilue, St. Clair Con May 12, "79.
Ed. Enterprise: Allow me through
the columns of your paper to thank the
kind friends who put my name on the
list of your subscribers. It has made its
weekly visits over three months, and we
have come to look for its apperance
among other papers, as the one most
We are having very dry weather here,
not having been blessed with any rain
for the past four weeks. Farmers are
wishing for rain to start the grass and
wheat; and lumbermen are praying for
rain to move their logs down the streams
where they are "hung up."
Farmers have just got through sowing
their spring grain, and will commence
planting corn this week.
1 will close by wishing the Ektkrfrisb
SUCCeSS. IlIBAM IAGRAHAX.
Bullou's Monthly Msgazine for June.
The Jane number for this cheap and. 'pop
ular magazine is out, ana will be found
of unusual interest. It is fresh, and fnll
of the belt stories, poetry, engravings.
and useful matters; and such a magazine
can be welcomed in every family in the
country. During the last three months
tho sales of "Ballon s Magazine" have
increased in the most wonderful manner.
and they will increase still more as its
usefulness becomes better known. Pub
lished by Thomes & Talbot, 23 Hawley
street, Boston, at ft. GO a year, postpaid,
and for sale at all the periodical depots
in the country for 15 cents a copy. Bay
s copy and try it.
rBT BKAPTirCX rsPIAJT MAIDKXS.
The maiden) of the famous Seneca tribe
of Indians who once roamed over the pic
turesque and beautiful valleys and lofty
hills of the upper Allegheny river (now the
famous oil regions of Pennsylvania), were
noted among all the neighboring tribes for
tho wrnlth anil hpnntv of thoir treasea.
which were of remarkable length and ex
quisite fineness of texture, and in color so
black, that the simile of the raven's wing
was hardly a jnst comparison; an elegant
background that brought out the olive
brown complexion of the maidens, and
formed an exquisite and charming picture
of savage female loveliness delightful to be
hold. hy their hair was of such rare
beauty and of such extreme length was a
deep, puzzling mystery to the maidens of
all the neighboring tribes, and was a source
of continual jealousies on their part It
has long remained a mystery, and would
no doubt have died away altogether with
the rest of the Indian traditions had not
the discovery of petroleum oil furnished
the cue, and mankind now possesses the
great secret which had remained sealed
within the Third Sand rock of oblivion.
nntil released by the hand of scientific in
dustry, it gushes forth in treasures ot petrol
eum to the world. But the knowledge was
practically useless to the prematurely bald
and srav. aa noonein civilized society could
tolerate the use of refined petroleum as a
dressing for the hair. But the skill of one
of our chemists has overcome the difficulty,
and. br a process known only to himself.
he lias, after very elaborate and costly ex
periments, succeeded in deodorizing pe
troleum, which rend? it susceptible of
being handled as daintily as the famous
eau de cologne. The experiments with the
deodorized liquid on the human hair were
attended with the most astonishing results.
A few aDDlications. where the hair was thin
and falling; gave remarkable tone and vigor
to the scalp and hair. Every particle of dan
druff disappears on the first or second dres
sing, and the liquid, so searching in its na
ture .eerus to penetrate to the roots at once,
and set no a radical chanee from the start.
It is well known that the most beautiful col
ors are made from petroleum, and by some
mysterious operation ot nature me use ot
this article gradually imparts s beautiful
light brown color to the hair, which, by
continued use, deepens to a blaek. The
color remains permanent for an indefinite
length of time, and the change is so grad
ual that the most intimate friends can
scarcely detect its progress. In a word, it
is tho most wonderful discovery of the age.
and well calculated to make the prema
turely bald and gray rejoice. The name
Carboline has been given to the article.
and is put up in a neat and attractive man
ner, and sold by all dealers in drugs and
i ' n? -v v . . i
iu cutout-a. race vne aoust a pome.
Do not neglect to care for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them in good condi
tion Is s good investment. We keep
Topth Brashes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and .will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
This is the time of the year to hare
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and they begin to scbe.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gam and Celluloid Plates (besides oth
er kinds), but find Gold a much better
base for artificial teeth than Rubber. -
Examination and counsel free.
We will be glad to work for any who
may desire our services.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 9-3 cn
Holbrooe Brothers. D. D. S.
FOR THE CURE OF
This marvelous preparation has on ml hun
dred, of tbe most itiftreefting cases of ilironio
Rheumatism and Keuralcia, even when alt
other remedies hare fulled. It is liul becom
for these disease, and ran be tvlied upon ty
sufferers to relieve them of their pa i us Bud
effect a permanent cure.
Do Not Give Hp
jrnir rase as hopeless and settle down to tho
mnvielion that no tnetlk-ine will help you.
all we usk is a fair trial of the CraATivE, and
that you bear lu mind that Die nature of these
discuses require persistent and faithful appli
cation to insure a perftt-t cure. In cvenr cora
mnntty where the Cvkativk has 1m-cii plnci-d
will be found many witnesses who will testify
to what it has done for them.
Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds,
Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Cuts, Chil
blains, Inflammstion, Headache, Tooth
ache, Cstsrrh, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
can positively be cured by the free use of the
Cdbativl bend to us for testimonials if you
have any doubts.
' Sold by all Druggists.
Prloe 91.00 per Bottle, 6 for S5.0O.
Lavton Chemical Co., Cleveland, 0.
LARGE NEW SIZE, 60 eents and $1.00
45 Years Before the Public.
DR. C. MoLANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DViriniA AXO SICK KEADACHB.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
T)AIN m the right side, under the
1 edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side : sometimes the pain is
fcit under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
sliouldcr, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of appe-
. .a a ar
lite ana sicxness : tne ooweis in gen
era! are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful sen
sation of having left undone some
thing which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
attendant The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he is easily
startiea, nis teet are cold or bununir.
and he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits are low;
ana although he is satisfied that exer
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body.
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C. McLaxe's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague xd Fever, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWABE OF IXITATIOXS.
The renuine are never su?ar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid.
with the impression Dr. McLa.ne's Lives
The frenuine Mc Lane's Liver Pills bear
the signatures of C. McLaxe and Fleming
Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the renuine Dr. C.
McLaxe's Liver Pills, prepared by Flem
ing oros., oi nnsuurgn, ra., the market being
full of imitations of the name JIcLane.
11 ,,:jr I . I ... '
-ipcircu uiui-ccniiy uui same pronunciation.
JTUMDER OF 'WORDS IJf USB.
The vocabulary of the ancient eaees of
Egypt was about Coo words. A well-edu
cated person seldom uses more than 3,000
or 4.000 in actual conversation. Accurate
thinkers and close reasoners employ s
larger stock, and eloquent speakers may
rise to a command of 10,000. Shakspeare
Sroaucea an nis piays witn about la.uuu.
ilton'a works are built no with 8.000. ret.
with all these, there is not enough to accur
ately describe the superiority and general
excellence of the world-renowned Carbo
line, which is an elegant dressing, removes
dandruff, cleans the scalp, prevents the
hair from falling out, restores the hair on
bald heads, restores it to its original color.
1 " 1 I . " 1 1 . . . .
mates is grow rapiaij-, win not stain tne
sulphur, or other deleterious drags. It ia s
natural product of the earth, containing
the elements required, by tbe hair to feed
upon. A few applications will show its
restorative quahues. Does not require
months of conunaed use before you can
MMjuM AVIV Ml lilt T, 1 a Aj-klii .la.ntw
KIVV1 UJ . V. U I M . . .WVUU( tLUIIIIl
end too much praise cannot be bestowed
upon it. Bold by all dealers in drugs and
medicines. Price One Dollar a bottle. We
advise our readers to give it a trial, feeling
satisfied that one application will convince
them of its wonderlui enecta.
R? fV HP
We are now receiving
complete stock oi
in all departments, which will
be sold at bottom prices.
We call Special attention to
Also Striped and Checked
Silks in all qualities, at low
The largest Stock of
ever offered in this section.
Good Yard Wide Floor Oil
Cloth 22 cents.
Bates Crochet Quilts $1.00
Peerless Carpet Warp 1G cts,
Madras and Pongee Gingham
12 1-2 cents.
A Very Large Stock of
Striped and Checked Pique, at
A Very Large Stock of
t From Cneap to Good.
A large line Umbrellas very
Baldwin. Laundon & Co,
The Sest XSanown. to th. trade.
Utica IT. T. Mills, or Wamsutta 2400 Linen, $25.00
( ( M
If unlanndried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen.
The "Diamond" is the leading
and does the bulk of the custom
eastern cities. We furnish a
$5.00 per dozen cheaper than the
perfect fit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York
An agent wanted in this locality
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines REDUCED to
Thoroughly warranted and sent to jou for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And no obligation to keep one. If not bsttcb than any machine you over bad. .
Every Family can now own a
The Old Favorite and
Sowing Machine $20.
Aknowlxdg es no Superior ! ! !
We cannot make a better machine at any price.
The Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A Strictly First-Clans Pontile TbreafLocs: Stitch Machine, more complete In equipments than
any ether, and combining all the late Improvements, with the old and well-tried q ualltles
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR.
A Faithful FamflT Serwtnir Mitch tne In everr sense of
tlon of Dlaln or fancT aewlnz wttli ease and corLintv
while In uae fur years in Thonaaoda of FainiUea. that
nve yearn, mm Kepi in onierir e or cnarge. Monr neiunaea ai once iz not perrecur batiBiactorv, kb
dvcid in Pkick Fak Down Da low all othee Machines. No extras to nnv for. Kach Machine ia uc
cuinpanled by a mora complete outfit of numerous and
extra charsrf than Is rivea with -ay other machine at
quail tii-s titan those of double the price. Light and Kast Rcxttino, a child can usa It. Btroko axd
Dcrahi.k. never out of order. Unld and certain In execution. Xo uscle Coos or Cams to wear cut or
mak" a noise. ill Lact fob i bars. Is ready in a moment, and understood ia an hour. Maters the
Double Thread Lock Stitch, alike on both aldr'a of the goods from cambric to leather, uses a Short, StmfKht
and Ktronv Needie, Ext a Lonp, Lanre. easily threaded b buttle. With Nivr ArTO atio Tknsiov. Large
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T. Doland, and fitted it up .for
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it with first-class rigs, all new,
I am prepared to meet every
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(jood teams furnished at all
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Of a copy of mj MRTICAl COMSIOS SKSSK
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sthma. Catarrh. Bronchi. Is, Loss of Volte or Sore
Throat. 8rod n.me snd post office sddress. with two
three-rent postsm stamps snd stale your sickness.
The book Is rl-antly Illustrated. (144 pp. Umo.
1ht). The Information It contains. In the p oridence
of (iod, hs saved many lives. The snthor hss been
treating dlsesses of the Nose, Throat, and Lunas as
a spWai practice In Cincinnati aince 1H57. Address
DC N. B. WOLFE. Cincinnati. Ohio.
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For all the purposes of a Family Physio ;
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Practical and Analytical Chemists.
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A Lecture on tho 'Nsture. Treatment, and Ksdlca.
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J. CULVtBWfcXL, M. D., author ot the "Given
Th world-rrnosmed snthor. In this admirable Lec
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cordis): pointing out a mode ot cure at once certain
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ly, privately and radically. .
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Address 1 ne raoliibei s.
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KJKPS CUSTOM bHIRTo, , C fa
Hade to measure eessplete. I ror O j
AnaltwaatsHtsIa plats bsttsasnwswitk sssk aslr dosea.
Bend address on postal card for samples aild
Circulars with directions for self-incasurcment.
J- ,W. Wilbur's
Milk Cans, .
Curd Pails, ' . ,'
Iron Clad Milk Pails,
Fairbanks Standard Scales,
to the mjinufacture of cheese
and butter furnished at the
lowest prices. Opposite the
American House, Wellington.
ivhrM other Oils Fail.
(Norwegian) Cod Lirer Oil
Immediately Arrests Decay ' '
aad Bnllds Up lis Ryateaa.
(Norwegian) Cod LiTer Oil
Is i-etalne! by the Wa1cst Stomach.
Is Free front Vnplesvaaat TaaSa.
Is Readily Digested. ScTargetsBaadd.
(Norwegian) Cod Lirer Oil
Cores Consumption. Scrofula..
Emaciation, Coughs, Colds,
All Ltnra and Cuagiuuuuaar. Oomtuihts and ia
a remarkably efficient Eumd Pcjurwi aad checks
tho Ravages ot Disease.
(Norwegian) Cod LiTer Oil
Is sold onlv la large wedge-shaped bottles. Wlllson
4 spellen with a double L." Remember the word
HCiiBnuTED" In ordering from your Druggist,
and uudst on having the riht kind.
Ssnd for Circulars to the Proprietors,
GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.,
33 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
Sest Salva t.ha TtTsrloL ..
Quick aad Startling Cores.
It Heals Without a Soar.
Allays Pain & Stops Bleeding.
Soothes a Bin or Soald.
Heals a Cut Like Magic.
Draw Poison out o t a Wound.
CONTAINS NO GREASE AND
WAS HE 3 OFF WITHOUT SOAP.
It acts Instantly and Wee Magic
Fob SsltRaeaoa, Sere Throat, Ulrers,
tiaras, Scataa. tali, Woaada, I'ile,
sore krft, foiaonoas ftng and Ulte-.
Barber's ltrli. Chapped Ilmnd. Scrofu
lous Sores, and any and every other pnrpoee lor
which a Salve or Ointment cat be used. 13n
ehsn's CarboHo Balm Ointment is the
only preparation that csil always bo relied upon.
I. is a ba-iutiful jally-eoiorel articla, sold in class
bottles with the abovo - traJe-mark." without
which none is genuine. 8 -e to it thst yenr drug
gist elves you JIccham's. asbove described. Cir
culars sent Ires oa application to thu Mann ac
turors. GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO..
23 PASK PLACE, NtW YORK.
BLACK AS THE EAVJSJTS WINGS
Raven Indelible Int.
Never Blots ! Flows Freely !
Kever 8preadal always
Beady I Perfect Black I Mo
fuss or trouble 1 It is used
without preparation I ' Bold
by all druggists and station
ers. CiorMp Slfg. Co.,
, xi rus rLica, a. z.
An Agreeable Aperient & Refrigerant.
This well-known preparation Is htehly reeotnmendrd for
nvsrs-six. HrAOAcnn. SKtomsof tue Stomaoh. Heart
burn, aid nit oomtVntntr- arlttne from Acidity. Bilious and
KoUrial Fi-vers. ft cools the blood and rrrulate, the bow.
r.s. it is a f.irit mtrtlcine tor children, and itsacldity
. Pretured hr A. POWERS' 60S9. Chemists. JC. T.
scr?i2ioaToai2iALff Aim smmiwjiEEias.
After all, no remedy Is so certain to
rare Consumption, as pore rwsflsa
Cod Llrer Oil. Carbolated nyWIUaon's
excellent process." 2r. VTaM. '
All consumptive patients are earnestly tavHed to
givo WUlaon s Carbolated Cod Liver Oil a fair trial.
It is eaaly and readily digested where all eunllar
preparations are refused by the stomach, and lm
mediately c&tcra Into tho circulation, acting sp
dlically upon the decaying long. Th nutritious
proportiot of the oil sustain and build up the ay
teat, while the active curative properties of the
preparation complete the work of healing
Willaon's Carbolated (Norwegian! Cod Liver Oil
cover gets randd. is free from unpleasant taste, la
retained easily by the weakest stomach and is sold
at the price of the ordinary Oils. - ;
It euros Consumption. Scrofula, Asthma, Bron
chitia. Emaciation. Coughs, Colds, Hemorrhages
and all lung and constitutional complain ta.
Aa a Blood Purifier the Carbolated Oil ia remark
ably caidont. Its use ia Scrofulous Affections,
llheuasatism. Rickets, to. Is strongly recommend
ed. Its puri.ying power is wonderful in Conaump
tloo oopiading. as it frequently does, upon Scrof
It ajta upon tbe rational theory of ITjcniATXl.T
AnaesTrxa Decay whxu it Bcilb vt th System,
eaab'iinj It to throw off tbe disease.
Sold only in wedge-shaped bottles. - Wilson "is
snellod with a double " L. Bemember the word
Carbolated " In ordering from your druggist, aad
Insist upon having the right kind. .
OosM l'QCOvM Park rises, H.T.
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