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Thursday, Jane B, 187 .
J. W. HOUGHTON. If. H. HOUGHTON,
Th nurder of Cook toy Fslkner tt
Atoh, la another iaiUaca of m mia-apent
life, ending in a shocking and ignoble
death. Cook waa a graduate at Oxford,
Waa the bob of wealthy parents, had
many Influential frienda and all the op
portunities of enltlTated natural gifu
and worldly endowmenta for making a
useful and good man. Instead of which
he Indulged la scrapes, was a perpetual
grief to hia relattrea and a disgrace to
his family name, and prefened low com
panions and the life of a drunken brawl
er and fisherman, and Instead at living
respectably where he belonged, lodged
m a hovel, slept three in a bed with
other drunkards whom he had Infini
ties for when he was sober and pum
aeled to disfiguration when he was mer
ry or mad with drink.
The excuse of Falkner that he was
frenzied with drink and knew nothing of
tie killing of hia comrade, is the old ex
ease. A person has no right to drink to
madness, and since he never knows the
line of danger, he haa no business to
taste at all. The poor drunkard who
went over Niagara the other day, knew
the eddies and the currents and the
swiftness of the river well, but hia expe
rience and daring availed him nothing.
because he waa reckless or stupid with
drink. Whisky is too much for any
man. None are strong enough to defy
the power of alcohol.
Falkner was a comrade in the army
with some of our soldiers of the 103d. It
ia said that he had not the brutal coun
tenance of a murderer, and probably
never thought to descend to killing bis
friend. But these two men had "sowed
to the wind" in the indulgence of
low habits and the abuse of their oppor
tunities of knowing and doing better.
Both will "reap the whirlwind" in the
unnecessary forfeit of their lives, not
living out half their appointed deya.
.OTJB HEW YORK LETTER.
(From or nm Correspondent.)
Xay 83d, 1879.
I came across, the other dsv, a copy of
the new edition of Webster's Unabridged,
In more senses than one of the greatest
of American books, and I confess I was
surprised to see the changes and addi
tions which it embodies.
We are accustomed to think of a die
tionary per re aa one of the most stable
and fixed of publications, and indeed we
are correct enough, so far as moat works
of the kind are concerned; but the pub
lishers of Webster's seem to look - upon
its nature and mission in quite a differ
ent light. ' I venture to assert that for
twenty yera there haa been no single
secular volume before the country of
greater value than the unabridged. Still
its owners are not satisfied. Ttey have
have gone on republishing, revising and
enlarging it until now it becomes a fair
S resumption to believe that they Intend
ultimately to become a whole encyclo
pedic llbraryia one volume. This last,
edition reachea 2,000 pages and contains
full 8,000 engraving. It retains all the
comprehensively treated features which
raised it to its present position, with the
addition, since the last previous issue, of
almost five thousand new words and
meanings and a new biographical dic
tionary ef nearly ten thousand names.
This latter ia one of the most useful and
sensible addends to the great works that
could have been devised. In our read
ing we are constantly asking ourselves
"who waa this person and what, when
and where was ne?" Here we have the
whole thing in a nutshell . A few words
only are devoted to each, subject, but
they are words carefully chosen and
give just the general information we re
'quire. The next Webster is "Unap
proached" aa well aa "Unabridged."
Hints to Factory Men and Cheese
- - Makers.
Bo much depends upon the quality,
appearance and condition of cheese,
when offered to buyers ia the New York
market, that we give some practical sug
gestions , which, if carefully followed,
cannot fail to save money tq factory-
"Aim ta make cheese of finest quality
in every particular -most buyers demand
fine goods. Full cream, well cured,
close made, clean favored, uniform in
color, and perfect condition, together
with good keeping qualities, ta the kind
nought for generally. If you have a tew
poor, imperfect cheese, do not smuggle
them ia with the sound ones, but send
them separately, so aa not to injurethe
sale of the perfect goods. Boxes should
lit the cheese nicely; double rimmed are
beat for deep cheese. Always have
boxes cut down same height aa caeese,
aa ia warm weather great damage and
loss result from such neglect. Either
factory brand or shipping brand should,
be put neatly on covers. The net weight
of each cheese should be plainly marked
on side of the box not on covers.
Every cheese should have a white-wood
acalebeard on both top aad bottom. .
Give good weight, that will hold out
when tested by the New York sworn
weighmaater. . When shipping at R. R.
station, have cheese loaded in the cars,
covers down. During the warm weath
er, ship in ventilated can when possible,
otherwise have car doors fastened open
a few inches, aa many cheese are nearly
ruined by heat, in transit. Always mail
your R. R. shipping receipt with invoice
at time of shipment Regular weekly
shipments to a reliable, responsible Com
mission House, (a House who handles
no goods save on commission,) will pay
the best in the lonff run.
Constant care and attention to details
are necessary to secure a good reputa
tion fit for your f actoiy.both at home and
abroad, and once obtained, is valuable to
all interested. .Follow carer uuy our in
structions, and the result will prove sat
... Bxrvkr & Compart,
-" ,- .". 67 Broad St.. N. Y.
St. Nicholas for June.
Has a seasonable frontispiece entitled
"Summer haa Come," and opens with
"A Second Trial," a story by Sarah
Winter Kellogg, showing how a devoted
little girl saved her big brother's fame
at a College Commencement. .
Louisa It. Alcolt tells two stories in
one under the title "Two Little' Travel
ers." The other short tales deal with the
queer doings of "Bossy Ananias," with
"Robin Goodfellow and his friend Bine
tree," with "The Royal Bonbon," and
with "A Comet that Struck the Earth."
The eight illuatrationa to these stories,
are specially attractive.
The two aerials, "A Jolly Fellow
ship," by Frank R. Stockton; and "Eye
bright," by Susan Coolidge, carry their
young heroes and heroines through fresh
Kcnes ana iiveiy aaventures.
In "Longitude Naught" are described
with seven pictures, Hospital and Ob
servatory of Greenwich, England.
Among other practical sketches are: an
illustrated account of a curious "Fish
that catches Fish for its Master;" and a
description or a man a escape from an
ancient castle in "A Curious Box of
"Chub and HoDDenrrasa" ia a funnv
terrier story with five pictures, and "How
the Lambkins went South" is a ludicrous
rhymed tale with a comical illustration
Very small readers have a large-type
story, with seven pictures, about "Two
Little Mothers;" and "Jack-in-the-Pul-pit,"
"The Letter-Box and "The Riddle
Box" contain things piquant, playful and
puzzling for readers of all tastes and
Scribner for June.
The "modern quality" of Scribner.
Monthly, which has been recently re
marked upon by a critic, is fully sus
tained by the June issue, which is un
hackneyed, cp to the times, snd full of
The opening paper on "The Fine Arte
at the Paris Exposition" haa been de
layed by the late arrival of some of the
most interesting of the illustrations
Mr. Tedder's contribution is a drawing
of hia own much praised and much
abused "Young Many as." Mr. St.
Gaudens makes a pen-and-ink drawing
of Dubois's beautiful statue of "Faith,"
and the "Charity" of this eminent
sculptor is also engraved. A contrast
to the texture of the plaster of this is
shown on the opposite page in a cut of
Uhapu's Drocze "uratuude. JMot to
mention others, these four pictures have
a permanent value which will tempt
many to cut them out for framing or for
special preservation. Ice paper has
illustration of other American and for
eign art-work, with a superior ground
plan and views of buildings, the aim be
ing to give aa intelligible description to
those who did not visit the Exposition.
The first of several papers on "Edison
and bis Inventions, by jar. jcawin ja.
Fox, is devoted to the electro-motograph
and its applications. This is perhaps
the most complete account oi this im
portant invention. The six years' growth
of this remarkable invemion is described
by Mr. Fox with much incidental light
on the inventor a methods oi work, ihe
application to ocean cables to increase
the speed and thus to reduce the cost of
transmission, and the application to de
tect feeble pulsations of the heart, are
here treated for the first time. Future
papers will in like manner include much
that is new, since the writer enjoys pecu
liar facilities in Mr. Edison's labratory.
A timely paper is Mr. C. C. Buel's
"Piercing the American Isthmus."
"With Stonewall Jackson," by Mr. A.
C. Redwood, is a spirited account of the
Confederate side of the second Manassas
campaign, in which the writer was a par
ticipant, are treated with vigor and fresh
ness, to which are added several pictur
esque genre drawings by the writer him
self, exhibiting a number of distinct
"The University of Berlin," ny rror.
H. II. Boyesen of Cornell, is illustrated
with portraits of some of tho great men
to which the institution owes its superi
ority. Mr. Boyesen gives a thorough
exposition of the German university sys-.
tern and discusses its rclatious to Ameri
can education. The writer was a stu
dent at the university and has lecently
visited it in order to prepare this paper.
In the department. Dr. Holland dis
cusses "Southern Civilization" and "An
Aspect of the Labor Question;" "Home
and Society" gives "Suggestions to
Ocean Travelers," and a (ketch of polo;
in "Culture and Progress," besides the
book notices, there is a long review ox
tho Art Season or 1879-9, and informa
tion about the "Concord Summer School
of Philosophy;" in "The World's Work,"
the writing teiegr.nph is described and
illustrated, and other processes are treat
ed; "Bric-a-Brac" is given over to pleas
ure and dialect.
Mr. Henry James's new htory, to be
gin in the Midsummer Holiday Scribner
is entitled "uonnaence.
Revs. Rice and Roberta exchanged
pnlpita last Sabbath.
ut. Bcnuyicr, rresiuent or Baldwin
Ubivenity, will lecture at the M. E
Church, Friday evening, June Clh; sub
ject, "Existence of God." Dr. Schuyler
will also preach in the M. E. Church,
'June 1st, 1879.
Our farmers are rejoicing over the
splendid showers we have had lately.
Mrs. Chas. Tanner, who has been
spending the winter in Bethany, Va.,
where ber husband ia studying, has re
turned home for a short time.
Mrs. -. P. Coon has sold her house
and lot to Mr. George Lashells of Hunt'
' And now it is our friend Brace Mc-
Adoo who meets you with a broad rmile
and says, "I'm dad." xes, it's a Ctrl.
Our band attended the decoration of
the 2 soldiers graves at Huntington, on
Decoration day. The boys were well
pleased with the entert'Jomcnt extended
to them by the people of Huntington.
Mr. W. G. Clark has built an addition
to hia barn, in the shape of a shed, which
is quite an improvement to the looks of
the place. Xiext a new noune.
Ou Solo mow.
June 2, 1S79.
All nature is smiling and farmers are
Thanks to our trustees for needed im
provements in Monument Park and cem
Our genial friend, Lint Chapman, on
Tuesday, bid ad:cu to loved ones at home
taking the advico of Grccly, "Go west,
younff-man," to try stick dealing amid
more expansive fields than Huntington
Charles Nooney, telegraph operator at
Ashland, spent the Sabbath with parcnL.
A painful accident occurred near the
Snow factory on Tuesday last. Young
Jeffries while driving a powerful horse
of Huckins & Horr, was thrown in the
wheels and severely injured, and we
learn has since died.
The services on Decoration day were
worthy of a more txtended notice than 1
can now give. At any early hour faith
ful wives i.nd sisters were arranging flo
ral offerings; all hands were willing,
yea, anxious to offer some tribute to our
illustrious dead. At noon Major Smcad's
band of maiMal mui-ic and the Sullivan
Brass Baud arrived and discoursed sweet
music throughout tie afternoon. Prayer
was offered at the monument, men si:
marched to the church, where Rev. A.
Fox delivered the oration and J. F,
Haskell addressed bis comrads. The
church waa filled to overflowing. The
death roll read by Louisa Clark, brought
to our minds loved ones that were gone,
yet their memories will linger with us,
and their sacrifices will actuate us to
love our country and its honors. With
slow, yet solemn tread, each grave was
visited. The name, place and manner
of death was announced, while floral of
ferings were deposited and an appropri
ate verse sung. The exercises through
out were very impressive and interesting.
Their memories shall ever live.
Gbxeswich, O., June 3, 1879. .
En. EirrxRpniss : There being a re
port out that the Greenwich Fair, which
ia to come off June 10th to 13tb, Inclu
sive, had consolidated with the New
London Fair, which is set one week
later, I wish to say such report Is
without foundation and is utterly false,
as there has been no such arrangements
made and never will be. Whoever
sUrted this report did it for a malicious
purpose. The fair will go off certain, as
is already published, Jnne 10th to 13th,
inclusive. The fair promises success,
and in all probability will be the best
ever held at this place. Quite a num
ber of entries have been made up to
this date, and considerable space taken
for agricultural Implements. Come
one, come all.
W. H. H. GORHAM.
Mr. Editor: Holding the maxims
of the immortal Tbomaa Jefferson to be
aa self-evident In their application to
municipal governed as to states and
nations, and that all governments derive
their just powers from the consent of
tho governmened, and that wheu the
old time-honored principles of our fath
ers are being desecrated by a carpet
bag council who dare, with impious
hands, to write an ordinance upon the
statute books of Wellington Tillage, Im
posing a just and equitable tax upon
street peddlers, hucksters and auction
eers, I feel like adopting the sentiments
of P. Henry, "give me huckstering or
give me death." Our fathers haye ful
len asleep ; the tall grass .waves over
their graves, but their mantles have
fallen upon us. Shall the heaven born
sons of liberty stand supinely by and
see a ring of bloated grocfrymen and a
carpet-bag council with their iron heels
of despotisms upon the necks of the
poor and oppressed workmen, until
their blood cries out from tber gound
for vengeance, sndHheir famished chil
dren look in vain for the lucious straw
berries that are rolled as sweet morsels
under the tongues of the pampered few ?
Then the grinders will be low in Wel
lington, because the clerical voice of
the auctioneer will be supported by the
hoarse cry of the bull-frog from Isaac's
reservoir, and the aweet Incense from
fish wagons that goeth up will cease.
Then shall come to pass the saying of
the prophet Joel : "Behold my statutes
saitli the Lord, have become as dung in
the nostrils of the people."
A WEEK In roar on ton. and
no capital risked. You can gtvs
the buslntse atrial without ez
per.se. The brat opportunity ever
merra 10 mose wining w worm.
i"oa ahould try nothing else until
you ec fr youreelf what von c-a
do at the bnafne
we oaTer. No room to explain here.
You can devote all Tour lima or only your spare time
to the business, and make great pay for every hour
that yon work. Women make a much aa men. Send
fv.r special private terms and particular, which we
mall free. Omni free. Kon't complain of bard
times when you bare aucb a chance. Addreea H.
HALLKTT CO., Portland. Maine. 37-ly
FRANK H. CHURCHILL,
Obcrlin. - Ohio.
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
All Work Warranted to Give
This is to cert If v that we. the under-
signed, have employed Mr. F. Chur-
cnlll as a Tuner and Repairer, and that
the work for ns has given entire satis
faction. Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright,
Prof. Caily, Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis. Prof. Blakeslee,
t3T Orders left with J. W.-ITouehton
will receive prompt attention. 37-tf
Call and examine my stock and pri
ces before purchasing elsewhere. Thero
Is- no stock to compare with it, cither in
extent or variety.
Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, at $1.00,
$1.60, $3.00, $3.50 and up.
Leghorn HaU, at 60c Too $1.23, and
Imitation Leghorn, at 23c 37s 60c
Children's HaU, from 12, cents to $1.
A great variety of Ribbons and Flow
ers, very cheap.
Bargains in Silks and Satins, at 30o
50u 75c $1.00 31.25 $1.60 and $2.00 per
New Fancy Goods. Laces at very
low prices. The Finest line of Em
broidery ever offered in Wellington.
Bargains in Hosiery and Corsets.
Do not forget to call.
MRS. II. N. ROCKWOOD.
Guar an reed.
noma made by
we will ktart
money faster at
lh.ln.el... The work ta M.ht and nlcaaanL. and Bach
ia man at any
as any one can go rigut at. Those wbo am wlsa who
see tula notice will sena na ineir auureeacs at onca
and see fur themaeive. roatlr outfit and terms rree.
Now Is tba time. Thou already at work am laying
up large sums or money. Ajiuress mill at
Augusta, Maine. 37 ly
Scientists show us that they can trace a
period when the North 8ea aid not exist,
and, at the same time, that England and
the southern part ef Scandinavia were
joined to the continent of Europe. This
was Ions before American enterprise un
earthed Carboline, the Wonderful Hair Re
storer, Nature's remedy, made from petrol
eum, thoroughly deodorised and delight
fully perfumed. It will perform all that is
claimed for it. Absolutely restores Hsir
on Bald Heads ; cleanses the scalp from
dandruff and all imnurities: invigorates
weak and sickly hair; tones the hair bulbs
into a natural and healthy action. It is so
penetrating that it reaches the seat of dis
ease, the hair bulbs, and the benefit ia al
most instantaneous. It is. cooling and
cleanly, and too much praise can not be
bestowed upon it Sold by all dealers in
drugs and medicines.
tnr. Bena Ten Cents In one cent
raui.iaf r a flne Sllrer Plated Thlro
lile. retail or! re is cents, snd leara
buff. Only those who mran business need apply.
A. T. BUCK. CO., MllUA. ft.
DW TO RUIfl (Xw a ywr. nu utuu
The SatvTS were part of the rttlnne of
King Bacchus. They were supposed to be
bald, with short sprouting horns, like those
ef kids, and goat-footed. They were of a
lively, frolicsome disposition, but not very
wise, else they would have 'cored their
baldness by using Carboline, the perfection
of the chemist's art, prepared from natural
crude petroleum, thoroughly deodorised,
and nicely perfumed. Every man, woman
and child should use it as a dressing. It
gives that peculiarly soft and silky texture
so desirable. It wilVnot soil the finest of
linen. Is cooling and cleanly, and can
sot be praised too highly. Sold by all
BCfters ia drugs and pjediciaes, ,
1t "V "X A MONTH
L fill lad.yat
Taw J 1 the lndostrli
ev-ii ii ivsyTSirii
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 a good investment. We keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
care demands. .
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
Gum 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. 9-3m
HOLBROOK BSOTHBHS. D. D. S.
Should be supplied at all tlmea with a
remedy of acknowledged merit, for use In
case of accident, as well as to ease the many
aches and pains nil are liable to. Vo rem
edy has given such perfect satisfaction In
very trial as the Curative. In making this
assertion we know it can be substantiated
by evidence of the most poaitlve character.
The cmATITE Is a Pana
cea for IlhctiiuaUsitt, Acural
gln, Sciatica, Acrvous Head
aches, llphthcrla, Sore
Throat, Cuts, Wounds, Itnrna,
Scalds, llowcl Complaints,
Dynpcpiila, Toothache, Ear
ache, or trhereTer there Is
pain or Inflammation.
The mRATIVE Is readily taken by old
and voting, and for external use its sooth
ing Influence makes It the mot desirable
medicine for family use ever produced.
Give it a Trial,
And you will never be without it.
SOLD BY AM, DRUGGISTS.
LATCRT CSIIOSAL CO., Cleveland. 0..
LARGB NEW SIZE, 60 ceuts and $1.00,
45 Years Before the Public
DR. C. McLANE'S
FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DvsrarsiA and sick hsadachb.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
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
felt , under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of appe
tite and sickness; the bowels in gen
eral 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
startled, his feet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits are low;
and 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. McLane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are 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.
BEWARE OF IXITATIOHS.
The genuine are never su?ar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid,
with the impression Dr. McLane's Liver
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills bear
the signatures of C McLane and FLEMING
Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon havine the genuine Dr. C
McLane's Liver Tili-s, prepared bv Flem-
2 I) . r it. . . .. . . J . .
uikimto.,oi rmsuurgn, rapine market DCing
.full of imitations of the name McLane.
1 1 - J .1 iT I . '
apcucu uiuc-rcQiiy out same pronunciation.
WTJKBER OT -WORDS XX UgZ.
The vocabulary of the ancient sages ef
Egypt was about 685 words. A weli-edo-eated
person seldom uses more than 3,000
or 4.000 in actual conversation. Accurate
thinkers and close re ago tiers employ a
larger stock, and eloquent speakers may
rise to a command of 10,000. Bhakspeare
produced all his plays with about 15,000.
Milton's works are built un with 8,000. vet.
with all these, there is not enough to accur
atelv describe the sunerioritr and eeneral
excellence of the world-renowned Carbo
line, which is an elegant dressing, removea
dandruff, cleans the scalp, prevents the
hair from tailing out, restores tne nair on
bald heads, restores it to its original color,
makes it grow rapidly, will not stain the
tin nnntsin, nrtt A TMIIpln ff lpafl nilvSte
aulphur. or other deleterious drags. It is a
. . . 1 . l .
natural product oi me earca, cuniaimnz
the elements required by the hair to feed
npon. A few applications will show its
restorative qualities. Does not require
months of continued use before yon can
perceive any result It is cooling, cleanly,
and too much praise cannot be bestowed
opon it. 8old by all dealers in drugs and
mswlieinea. Price One Dollar a bottle. We
advise our readers to give it a trial feeling
satisfied that one application will coarince
tham of its wonderful effects.
We are now receiving a
complete stock of
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 largest Stock of
ever offered in this section.
Good Yard Wide Floor Oil
ClotU 22 cents.
Bates Crochet Quilts $1.00.
Peerless Carpet Warp 10 cts,
Madras aud Pongee Glbg-hani
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
Baldwin. Laundon & Co.
Til Sest Known to h.o trade.
Utica H. 7. mils or Wamsutta 2400 Linen,. $25.00
u t u
t. it a
If unlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen.
The "Diamond" is the leading
and does the bulk of the custom
eastern cities, jve furnish a nicer shirt and from $3.00 to
$5.00 per dozen cheaper than the small factories and guarantee
perfect fit and satisfaction.
An agent wanted in this locality
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines REDUCED to
Thoroughly warranted and sent to yon for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And no dbltgaUon to keep one. If not nrrrxji than any machine you ever had.
Every Family can now own a
The Old Favorite and
Seeing Machine $20.
Aknowledges no Supekiob!!!
We cannot make a better machine at any pj-ice.
The Highest Piemiutn Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A Strictly 1rat-C1aaa Double Thread Lock 8tltch Machine, more complete In
nay .Uwr, and eomblnlns all Um late Improvements, with the old and well
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR.
A Faithful Fmtntlv Bewlnz Ifucblne la ererr sense of
tlonof plain or fancy sewlnir wltb ease and certainty
while In use for years In Thousands of Families, that
dt jcin, ua krut id oruer ipt ui cuargts. sunr neiunaen at onca ii not perrcciiy anum nciorj, ns
DrcKD in Pmioa Fas Dowk Below all othbb Machines, No extras to pay for. fiach Machine Is ac
companied by a more complete outfit of numerous and useful attachments for all kind of work (fite of
extra charger than la jrlveu with ny other machine at any prlo. The Standard Machine has more frood
aualltlra than these of double the price. Light axd East Itcirrixo. a child can nd It. Stkoxg and
Di'iABLB. never out of order. IUpld and certain In execution. No useless Coks or Cams to wear eut or
male a noise. Will Last fob Vbabs. Is ready in a moment, and understood in an hoar, Makt-s the
Double Thread Lock Stitch, alike on both sides of the Roods from cambric to leather, uses a Short, Straight
and Stromr Needle, Ext Long, Large, easily threaded Shuttle. With Xiw Altomatio Tension. Lare
Bobbins capable ox holding one hundred yards at thread. A Large Strong Machine with great wm n or arnu
B-tvlnir It tnanv desired a u nil ties and great ranacltv for a wide rne of wurk. It la the best machine la orla-
clple and In point of construction. Use It once and you
county to receive orders and deliver machine, hxtra lnducments offered Clergymen Teachers, Business
Men, etc. Illustrated Book, samples of work, with price list, etc. free. ace delivery of goods guaranteed
to any part of the world. Aadreas, STANDARD SKWJlN'G MACHINE CO.. BROADWAY A CLINTON
fLACJli, ABW 1 Ore
B.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman.
Especial attention given to the
By filling and cleaning.
Inserted npon all the various bases .
known to the profession.
i WORK WARRANTED
OFFICE IH BANK BUILDING.
Having purchased the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland, and fitted it up for
a Livery Stable and furnished
it with first-class rigs, all new,
I am prepared to meet every
want of the public in my line.
Good teams furnished at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
P C. THOMAS.
A FEES GHTT.
Of a cop? of my MEDICAL COMMON
BOOK to any person anflerlnjc with Consumption,
Asthma, Catarrh. BronchMa, Loss of Voice or Bon
Throat. Bend name and post office address, with two
throe-cent postage stamps and state yonr sickness.
The nook Is eluirantly Illustrated. (144 pp. 12 mo.
1H7H). The Information tt contains. In tne piovldence
of God, hia saved niany Urea. The author haa been
treating dlaeasea of the Kose, Throat, and Lunsr aa
a special practice In Cincinnati auice 1837. Address
DR. N. B. WOLFE. Cincinnati. Ohio.
. Foot FIRST PREMIUM MEDALS awarded.
More agreeable to the taste and smaller dose than
For sale In government stamped bottles, at
druggists and country stores, and by
T. J. HUSBAND, Jr., Philadelphia.
TRUTH AT THE BOTTOM OT A WELI
Truth comes to us as gold is washed down
the mountains of the Sierra Nevadas, in
minnte but precious particles, and is still
truth, though it he found at the bottom of
an oil well, like Carboline the great nat
ural hair restorer, which effectually pre
vents the falling out of the hair, the accum
ulations of dandruff, and the premature
change in color due to a diseased condition
of tho scalp and the glauds which nourish
the hair. It is well known that the. most
beautiful colors are made from petroleum,
and by some mysterious operation of na
ture the use of this article gradually im-
Sarts a beautiful light brown color to the
air, which, by continued use, deepens to
a black. The color remains permanent
for an indefinite length of time, ami the
change is so gradual tlint the most intimate
friends can scarcely detect its progress. 1 n
a word, it is the most wonderful discovery
of the age, and well calculnted to make
the prematurely bald and 4;my rejoice.
Carboline is put up in a neat and attrac
tive manner, and sold by all dealers in
Irugs and medicines.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
WE have opened a New Meat Maiket
on Liberty Street, 2nd door west of
the Bank, where we propose to keep all
kinds or cut meals of a better quality than
haa heretofore been sold in Wellington. We
hare a new patent cooler and all the appli
ances for doing a firat-claaa market business.
Our prices will be no higher than others
charge for interior meat.
MOREHOUSE aj MINER.
Give ns a calL
printed at this office
on short notice and oc
most reasonable terms.
shirt company of America
work in New York and other
Measures taken at the New York
A. M. FITCH.
to supply the rapid demand !
First-class Sewing Machine!
the word that ram mooth and don ererr descrto-
otronz and well made, and so thoroughly tested
each machine that leaves our Factory Is warranted for
will uwc no other. Active Ascnts wanted In this
FoiLrestpTing Gray Hair to.
its natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
ing the hair.
Faded or gray
liair is soon
Syt&Syd restored to its
original color, with the gloss and
freshness of youth. Thin hair ia
thickened, falling hair checked, and
baldness often, thongh not always,
enred by its nse. Nothing can re
store the hair where the follicles are
destroyed, or the glands atrophied
and decayed. But such as remain
can be saved for usefulness by this
application. Instead of fouling the
hair with a pasty sediment, it will
keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional nse will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off,
and consequently prevent baldness.
Free from those deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous and injurious to
the hair, the Vigor can only benefit
but not harm it. If wanted merely
nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does not soil white cam
bric, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre and a
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass..
BOLD BT aU DBUOQISTS XVKBTWHX8&
The Great Causo
Jtat publisKcd, i a Staitd Emnlapt. Fries eta.
A Lecture on the Kature, Treatment, and Kadlea.
cure of Seminal Weakness, or sm-ruialorrniBa, in
duced by Self-Abasa, Involuntary Emissions, lm po
tency, ftervoua jjebMiy, ana impeuimciiw y irr
risre frenerally; Consumptlur. Epllepoy. and Fits:
J. CULVaBWtLL, M. D., author of. the "Green
Ttan world-renowned author. In this admirable Lee-tor,-,
clearly proves from bla own experience that the
awful eoc sequences of Belf-Abuae may be effectually
ivHbiwd wirrMuit medicine, and without dansjeroui
surgical operations. bouKiea, Instrument, rinm, or
cordials; poInUn out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which every aufferer, no matter
wnac ni. conainon uc. uuv cm uuiued cucap-
ly, privately and radically.
tv Ibis Leetara will prove a boon to thousands
ana mousanua. sjooi Ts
Bent nnder seal. In a plain envelop., to any addreea,
post-paid, on receipt of six cents or 3 postage atampa.
JfAddreaa the Furnishers.
Tie Culvorwell Holicil Co.
41 Ann St.. New York,
P. O. BOX 40B0.ttl
3. CUrt 8t.CS iw
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rirc f KatBrv. Pavfi
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rsas f G.a.r.ttoa.
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elnkc ..J valuaJjt. ia
raraistlo.. f InterM
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Laja saa acntat
m. ss.il m.a.lhtr
aw amnplSB T ssi
rather rtl, snd
s'., rentals fill., ai
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Iiiimi aad lani for
Laslsa eailaf asa
flsewnit. and reflMmeat. I.Cor
aiUH a a v r befni.
.skilled. K. toailty
bould b. aithmit if.
fXT'lddms. Dr. A. O.
OLFK. IDS CUrlr St.
WAMSTJTTA ill SI.YW BEST lKIaH IJVB.
6 for Q ft jt?'" rawlly-MaW. Ireaa
J!Z58fcl5. onlyplaln eeama to nnbth.
KJCKPS CUSTOM SHIRTS, f. O aHk
Made to measure oaaanleaat. I) to S Yf
Bend address on postal card for eamplea aad
Circulars with direction for aeir-meaaurcirient.
il um SI ii W
J. W. "Wilbur's
Cheese Vats, -'
t ..Milk Cans t . '
iXancliard C7iurrisT ''
Curd Knives, .
Butter Workers, "
Iron Clad Milk Pails,
Fairbanks . Standard ' Scales,
EveryUaiaag that pertains
to the maimf acture of cheese
and butter furnished! at. the.
lowest prices. Opposite the
American . House Wellington.
Caurea Con sumption
wha othar Oils VmO.
(Norwegian) Cod Liyer Oil
ImmeeUattelw A frosts Ilrcay
r aua JUnUltU Up Una Syateanu
(Norwegian) Cod Lirer Oil '
Is rata.ta.oo. by the West a. eat Stomach.
1. Frn from Upleataastt T state. ?
Is ltKdlly Digaatod. Ncv.r g.u IlatsuidU
(Norwegian) Cod Lirer Oil
Cures CoatawTjaptloB. Scrofula..
Ktuatclattloat, Coughs, Colds, ,
AH Xicaa and CosnrmmoHit Ontpunrn and Is
a remarkably efficient Buxu Ptjaivl aad duos
the Ravage of Piaeaao. -
(Norwegian) Cod Liyer Oil:
b sold caly in Urge we6frehaped bottles.' wnison '.
t spelled with a double "I" Hem ember the word
MCamnnT-ATKi In ordering; team your Druggist,
atiMl insist on havina? the rl.-ht kind.
ui firr 1 1r-l ' so UMmanwn
GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO., : .
sa PARK PLACE, NEW YORK. J
Sast Salvo in ilia Warlrl.
Quick and Simrtllmg Causes.
Heals -Without at Sear.
Allay Pais & Stops Bleodias;.
Soothes a. Burn or Soatld.
Heals at Cut Like Magic
Drawl Poison out of a 'Wound.
CONTAINS NO GREASE AND
WASHES OFF WITHOUT SOAP.
Jt acts Inslanthj and like Magic
Fob Salt Rhn, Sore Threat, Ulcers,
llaurms. Scalds, Cats. Waaads, files,
Sora Kyea, Polunaas Sitae;, aail Bli-.
Barbsr'i Itch, Chappea Ussss, Senfs.
leas Sores, and any aud every other purpose for
which a Salve or Ointment tai be seed. Bi'
ehan's Carbolic) Balm Ulmtmant to
only preparation that can alwava bereued npon.
It ia a beautiful )aUy-eoiond article. Bold In elaa.
bottles with the above trade-mark." without
which none is genuine. B -e to it that your drug
rist gives yon Boon, as above described. Cir
eu'ars sent free on application to the Manniao
turera, GUEHP MANUFACTURING CO.. '
33 PARK FLACK, KKW YORK."
SLACK AS THE &AVEJTS WDTGS
Haven Indelible Ink
Never Biota ! Flows Freely I
Never Sproadsl alwaya.
Ready 1 Perfect Black I So
fans or trouble I It ia used
without preparation i - rjoia
uy IU UXflgglBl. UU .MWMS-
exa. Oamiip M far. Co..
i as rsu . 1 1 i r., xt.
Aa Agreeable Aperient ft Befrigrerant.
This well-known preparation ia hhrhty ivrnanmended for
DTsrxNi. HeADtCBX, Sickness of the Stontarn. Hears
bara.a!idall compUunrarislna; from Acidity. Bilioaaand
Malarial Fevers. It cools I be blood and regulate the bow.
.Is. It is a favorite medicine for children, and Itaaeidily
f f." r"-lrf eiMrllnST lfl rrfTTTI-W- PstSP
UiS oz. bottle.
Prenared bv A. TrOGETttr SOTSr Criseif!. X. T.
smrmmflfcnsniu.wi'rTPs, sT!!"i.m ffjwpriis. jkl
After all, a refacdy Is eo certain to
care Comnmptian as pare "orwejiaa
Cod Liver Oil. Carbolated bw Wlllaoa
excellent pioeess." Dr. ITatr. '
All oonsumptiva patients are earnaaUy invited to
give Willaon "a Carbolated Cod Liver Oil a fair trial.
It is easily snd readily digested where all similar
preparation axe refused by the stomach, and ir
B-ediately enter, into tne circulation, acting ape
dasally npon the decaying lungs. Tbe nutritions
properties of the oil sustain snd build np the ay
tarn, while the active curative properties of the
preparation complete the work of healing.
WUlsoa'a Carbolated (Sorwegian ) Cod Liver OU ,
never gets rancii, U free from unpleasant tests, la
retained ealy by th. weakest atomach an ia sold
at the price of tne ordinary Oils. . - - v
It cures Consumption, Serorola, Asthma, Bron
chi tla. EmaoiaUon, Coughs. Col da, Eamorrhage
and all lung and constitutional complaints.
A a Blood Purifier the CarbolaUd Oil la remark
ably efficient. It use ta Scrofulous Affections.
Rheumatism. Rickets. Ac . is stronsly reeoauieBd
ed. I purl ying power 1 wonderful in Consump
tion depending, ss It frequently does, apom Serof
m ous taint. :
It aot upon the railonal theory of TaifamtaTaXT
AasKsTtNo Dzcar waiu ir BuiUiS rr ta Biswat,
enabling it to throw off the dl seise
8.ld only la wedgo-ehspwl bottles. wnison"ts
spelled with s doubts - U" E em am ber the word
- Carbolated " in ordering from your drmggia. and
Insist upon having th. right kind.