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Thimday, Juno lO, I87t.
J. vtVBOtfGHTOI. M.H.HOTJQHT05,
Republican Stat Tickst.
u-.. For Governor,
CHARLES FOOTER, Seneca County.
i ANDREW mCKXKLOOPER,
- Of Haxniltoa. ' -
For BaproM Jodge,
r W. W. JOHNSON, of LftwrcBC.
, ' .Tor Attoresy-Geaerul, v
GEORGE K. NASH, of Iawtsbcs.
'. For Andltor of Btite,
v JOHN F. OGLEVXB, of CUrk. -:
For Suu Treasurer,
, vFot Board of Pablio Works,
JAMXS FUZXZNQTOK, of Usioa.
80 much ku beea said aad written
wUk nfaraace to taa "cipher despatch.
os, that we in glad to be able to pre-
sent oar readers this week with a supple
ment, string- f ao-aiatQiee of original dis
patches with translations: : They will re
pay a careful perusal, besides showing
conclnsrverr who attempted to steal the
Presidency. . . '
Front the health reports of England
and the United States, it has beea found
that aa annual death rate of more than
serenteea to erery thousand living in
cities is do to defective sanitary regula-
liens. Syracuse loses but 18.00 and
heads the list. - Buffalo and Detroit hare
better record than Cleveland, ths latter
city baring a death rate of 19.90. "'. Lon
don is 28 S, while New Orleans is second
in the dark list with a rerorted loss of
29. to every one thoussnc '
M. B. Balehass says of the light brown
Insect known aa the rose bug, and in
some localities doing much mischief to
grape vines sad fruit, tha they are slug-
ertafc mmA fcftnilMfl aiul Mfl It Vt anrl.
picked or shaken offla the morning like
the ewealio and drowned or boned. I
They continue their . mischief two or
three weeks and then deposit their eggs
la the ground when they die. The eggs
hatch into grubs which feed oa roots till
winter, lie dormant till warm weather.
then eaans to beetles and ' proceed to
work' again." I
' From all directions comes the story of
reduction la the production of cheese
this season. 4n north western Pennsyl
vania quite a n amber of the factories are
idle, aad la the west we hear of the same
state of things. The assessor of Aurora
township, so we are told by a reliable
gentlemaa,reporteone hundred and forty
cows less, aad the assessor Bralnbridge
bout two hundred less than last. , With
a smaller prodootioB, and with aa open
southera market, which was .virtually
closed last season, we sea no good rea
son why cheese should not rule higher
this season than last. Chagrin Felia Ex
ponent June 18. . . , :
The eoafldeaoe of the Democratic edi
tor in the credulity and ignorance of the
' public when he supposes he caa . relieve
his party at the South of responsibility
: for utterances of the "Osoloona States,"
by ridiculn . and ' sneers, -is put finite
; comprehension. We cannot blame them
if they have 'any patriotism or honesty,
or even, those lower and less honorable
motives which spring from a desire for
theewcessVof ', theirparty," that they
should... uwlb , to read , the .' editors
of that treasonable sheet out of their
communion, but of what avaQ Is It when
the democracy la Congress of both the
North and South show by their works
that they are committed to the most ex
treme doctrints of states rights ever
taught before or since the rebellion. Of
, what avail ts it when la numberless in
stances in this scd the last Congress
Southera mea have riven voice to the
sentiments ' couched in scarcely
temperate aad refined language
aad beea aarebuked. by their associates?
Of what avail is it when their editorial
teaching are indorsed by much the
longer portion of the Southern press and
by the political leaders all over the
Booth.' To say that its editors arc in
pay of the Republican party aad that It
is ma la its interests as a campaign
sheet is both silly aad untrue. To ssy
that Its editor ie an Ohio carpet-bagger
aad thus attempt to destroy its character
as a representative of Southern senti
ment; whea the troth is that its senior
. editor was aa officer la the rebel army
aad is no less a rebel aow than in the
war. Is a coarse that cannot commend
itself to honest mea in any party. -:
' Ridicule often effects a good purpose
whea aimed at error, but whea used to
overthrow the truth it Is as Impotent as
it is foolish aad wicked.
.- Public Dobt Statement.
- A very satisfactory showing of our na
tkaal finances is made , by the treasury
department in its report of June Sd, 1878,
' which may be regarded with Just pride
. by every Republican and referred to
aa evidence of the wisdom and honesty
with which Its affairs have beea admin
istered. " We give some of the results, as
a full account would be too long for our
" columns. -: y - " " ' : . .
ReductiOB in ' interest bearing debt
. from, highest point la 1885 to present
tiaae. C58t;88fi,oM.M. Redaction in an
nual laterest charge since 1885, 867,803,'
919.87. Reduction of total debt, , In
cluding that not bearing laterest since
1885.' t7t9.149.108.X4. Reductloa of
debt since March 1, 1877, $81,898,674,85.
- . la additioa to this, resumption of spe
cie payment has beea accomplished in
spite of the prophecies aad efforts of
Democrats aad Hatloaala to prevent it
and maintained for nearly six months
without derangement of financial values
or additional suffsrias; to the industries
of the country or the people, and the
ability of ths governmeat to sustain spe
cie payment, la increasing day by day.
' The pnblie credit has beea so far im
proved that it hss beea possible to n-
faad oar asikmsl debt at a act aaaual
saving in interest since March 1, 1877,
of $10,87,177. - I"
We caa well afford to be proud of
such n record, and the opposition in
view of their record will hardly claim a
share la the honor. '
Wooing the Ohio Greenbaokera.'
The old threadbare trick once more is
offered to Ohio Democrats. Mr. Henry
Watterson who represents those Bour
bons of the Solid South by whose toler
ance Democracy has been made synon
ymous with repudiation, announces that
in Ohio the financial issue "sinks to a
minor place. It ha been sinking, in
the estimation of those Bourbons, ever
since they went out of power in 1881.
They are not repudiatora; O no! But
during the war they were willing to see
the credit of the United States broken,
because the Union was ecgaged in coerc-
'sovereign Stat a." After the war they
tolerated Pendletonism, because the Re
publicans were in favor of impartial suf
frage. Now they assent to the most
wanton, reckless and dangerous notions
of the Greenback fanatics, and their ex
cuse is that there Is no other wsy to
make head against the Republican party.
Yet those Bourbons pretend thst they
are loyal! What loyalty, indeed, to stab
the honor and credit of the Nation, In the
hope of wresting Ks Government and
patronage from the party now in power !
But while the old Bourbons thus ap
peal to all the old-fashioned, hard-money
Demociats to support the regular ticket
oa the-pretext that "the financial issue
sinks to a minor "place," demaogues are
also appealing to all soft-money Repub
licans and repudiating Greenbackers to
support the same ticket, on the pretext
that the financial issue has the first place,
and is practically the only one Involved.
If there Is a fanatic in any town in Ohio,
ho believes that unlimited issues of
cheap money are necessary to the salva
tion of the country, he is armed with
Swing's speeches and E wing's Congres
slonal lexrd, and sent out to convert
men to the support of the Ohio champion
of soft-money. If there is any exttem-
lst, who hss for sals a ranting speech
against banks and bondholders, he is
hired to co forth for the -Democratic
P "d loud tbe flnMcU1
ir-wilUdo no.good to tell the people
there that the financial issue ''sinks to a
minor pi see," when General Ewing has
been selected as the candidate. . Every
voter in Ohio, whose vote could be in
fluenced by any argument whatever.
knows that the selection of Earing made
the financial issue the one of paramount
laterest and Importance in the election
this fall." A party which nominates him
Is, of necessity, a soft-money party.
party hostile to bondholders and banks.
a party that believes in cheap money and
no credit for the Government. If there
are other Issues in the. coat est, tbey
grow out of this and cluster around it.
The repudiatora of. all sorts, open and
covert, direct and indirect, leap to the
support of Earing instantly, and they are
right. His bell if a, carried Into execu
tlon, would leave this county without
credit enough to fit out one battery or to
suppress a rebellion in one country. Ana
for that precise reason, everv revolt.
Uoniet and every unforget ting and vin
dicative rebel Is in favor of Ewing. Be
fore fighting the Government the ntxt
time, they want to hamstring it. New
There will be an entertainment for the
benefit of the band at the residence of
Henry Penfield. Thursday evenicir.
Mrs. ueiia unruiM aicEwing or xos-
toria, is visiting her former home and
Alphonso Lindslev and Siirley ' An
draws, were in town over sabbatn.
The St. H. Church has msde arrange
menu by which our people are tolbe tu
vored witn a popular course or lectures
The first will be delivered by Rev. Geo,
W. Pepper, Monday evening, Juno 23J
Subject. "America and the Americans.
Mr. Pepper will deliver a second lectui
for us the same week, time "announced
at the first. The price of admission fcr
the course comprising four lectures and
a concert hss been placed at the unheard
or price 01 one aoiiaraper couple; bacn
elors seventy-five cenu; single admission
twenty cents. '
The injury to crops from the drouth
is being largely repaired by the moisture
and fine growing weather. Some very
promising wheat fields may be seen In
few miles drive.
Wool buying and the sale of the year'
clip is the chief Interest jwt now with
those interested. - .
nelmbold's Bucbu has long been
known as one of the most valuable
medicines attalnablo In certain classes
of diseases, such as dyspepsia, chronic
rheumatism, dropsy, cutaneous affoc
tlons, and especially affections of the
urinary orgsus. . As a diuretic, it
superior to almost any other medicine
in use, and the great care with which
It Is prepared, the absolute purity of
the preparation, and the dllljrer.ee used
in the selection of the crude material
have made it known far and wide as
reliable and effective preparation, and
one that can si ways be used with safety
and benefit. The great success
ueimooia's isuciiu nss ica to the pro
duction of many tpurlous preparations
which are made cheaply and placed
upon the market to be sold on the rep
utation a -qui icd by HelmboM' original
preparation. Parties who desires
really good medicine should be careful
and use Helmbold's only.-
Who has not heard of Frar k liar
denburgh of 5(b Avenue Theatre, New
York, (Rag Money . Jim In "Pique.")
He ssys, I alwsys nse Giles' Liniment
Iodide Ammonia; It U a wonderful
remedy for pain, especially inflamma
tory rheumatism, sore, throat, enlarged
Joints and varicose rein, from which I
suffered, was cured by its use. ....
Sold by all druggists. Send for
pamphlet. - Dn. Giles,
ISO West Broad wsy, N. Y,
Sold by J. W. .Houghton, Welling
thin . TtewtjrkawltBjtattihB
a any aM eao gt rUt- &. Tito
dr at dobm made t
rcnulrea; we wtu trt
Mn. wobwb. Doya,
for nu thmm aU tuir-
aaoater iwaser m
TlM rsr la lfartit arul DleMMlt. ftfkd sTUCl
tnr aM eao gt rut svt. Tlrasas wtto rw vim who
sM HUM aaXICw Will MSBSI Wm WIT aasjirawi u
aul aaaei Vkf isasTsamaat vn. Cosx- OaiAK stnd terms
IOVawtsVBM. TsaOfar aUrMsl fti wTOTst tiTB ImytTag1
U fcBTM NU f IkaOM. sUdffa. TUU CO..
We know of nothing so well calculated
to not tha raadinc nublie oat of hamor
to begin a very interesting account of some
acienune discovery, reniete wiw inicrw.
and just as the reader's mind ia thoroughly
imbued with the subject, and a gigantic
effort being made to grasp it in all its
bearings, away goea the autnor in praise
OI some patent nieaicma or mwiioKwu
hair-renewer; for inatence, CansoLiKC,
which, by the way, is an article of genuine
merit, and has really don wonders in the
hair-producing way, aa hundreds of eer
tificates from well-known citizens amply
testify. It is cieaniy, anu so penetrating
that the disease ia reached, and a radical
change for the better takes place almost
immediately.' It contains nothing injuri
ous; , in tact, a natnrai nair-renorer,
made from petroleum, thoroughly deodor
ized and dehehtfullv nerfamed. It ia sold
by sll dealers in drugs and medieines, at
one dollar per borne.
A CHAJCCK rOBBllDHEADS.
Thalr Day of DaUroaam Baa Dawaad.
This is the ase of wonders wonders in
science, wonder! in mechanism, wonders
iu everything. it has been said tbat the
man who causes two blades of erass to grow
where only one grew before is a public
benefactor. What, then,- shall be said of
the man who causes a full and luxurious
crop of hair to grow upon the barren and
shinies nates of the larce armr of bald-
heads who nave well nigndepaireu or ever
baring a natural covering for their beads
again T What place, in a word, shall be
assigned to the discoverer of Carboline?
Shall he not have a conspicuous niche in
the Temple of Fame, and sUnd first
among the benefactors of his race? To
impart new life and vigor to the dormant
energies or a diseased scalp; to give
strength and fullness to a weak and strag
gling growth of hair; to bring back the
natural color and g:oss to bleached and
faded locks, are no ordinary achievements.
since chemists and therapeutists have
sought in vain to accomplish them for
centuries. All honor, then, to the discov
erer of the new hair restorative. Carboline
and let one and all join in expressing a
higher appreciation of the uses and possi
bilities of that wonderful product of petro
leum, which conUins the elements that
work such mysterious and gratifying
changes. Kennedy k Co., Special Agents,
.Pittsburg, l a. Bon by all druggists.
Bow ill Public mn Imposed nposk
An English paper publishes the results
obtained by the analysis of some twenty
nna Wr restorers, or hair dvee. fourteen
of which wen found to be practically iden
tical in their nature. They contained sul
phur, in suspension, and also lead in vary
inw hut alwars considerable Quantity.
Three of these nrenarations had American
labels, -the rest Knelish. All of them con
tained lead sufficient to cause disease of
ha Win. lnnacr. t&. while some of them
contained sufficient mineral poison to de
atmv life. Had the Enirlish chemist tried
his naud on the great American hair re
storer, Carbouse, a deodorized extract of
netroleum. he would have no report about
sulDhur. lead, and like poisonous sub
stances, no win una. 11 bow 10 imitk iiio
- . 1 r 1 .11 t . 1
mrsterious uronerties of this wonderful
product of Mature, a hair dye and a hair
invizorator that ia not only free from de
leterious Qualities, but possessed of heal
ing virtues beyond any article ever yet ap
plied to the human scalp, and would hand
in his report of analysis with the following
result: Carboline ia prepared from the oil
-. a ... . i : 1
as It DOwi iron nniun nni viiciuivbi
laboratory, the earth, and is now presented
to the public without fear of contradiction,
as the beat restorative and beautifier of the
Hair the .world has ever produced. It
performs what others only claim for their
nrenarationa. It ia an elegant dresaing.
removes dandruff, cleans the scalp, pre
vents the hair from falling out, restores the
hair on bald heads, restores it to its orig
inal color, makes it grow rapidly, will not
stain the akin, contains not a particle ot
lead, silver, sulohur. or other deleterious
drugs. It ts a natural product ct trie
earth, containing the elements required by
the hair to feed unon. A few applications
will show its restorative qualities. Does
not require months of continued use be
fore you perceive any result. It ia cool
ing, cleanly, and too mnch praise can not
he bestowed upon it. Sold by druggists.
rnx BKAiTifit nrpiajt haxdexs.
The maidens of the famous Seneca tribe
of Indians who once roamed over the pic
turesque aud 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
the wealth, and beauty of their tresses.
which Vers of remarkable length and ex
quisite fineness or texture, and in color so
black, that the simile of the raven's wing
was hardly a just comparison; an elegant
background tbat brought out the olive
brown complexion of the maidens, and
formed an exquisite and charming picture
of savaire female loveliness deliehtful
hold. 'Why their hair was of such rare
beauty and of such extreme length was a
deep, puzsling 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 traditious had not
the discovery of petroleum oil furnished
the cue, and mankind now possesses the
great secret which had remained aealed
within the Third Sand rock of oblivion.
until released by the hand of scientific in
dustry, i t gushes forth i n treasures of petrol
cam to the world. But the knowledge was
practically useless to the prematurely bald
and gray, as uoone in civilised society could
tolerate the use of refined petroleum as a
dressing for the hair. But the 'skill of one
of our chemists haa overcome the difficulty,
and. bv a nrocess known only to himself.
he has, after very elaborate and costly ex
periments, succeeded in deodorizing pe
troleum, which renders it susceptible of
being bandied aa daintily as the famous
tau d cologne. The experiments with the
deodorized liquid on the human hair were
attended witn the most astonistung results.
A few applications, 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-'
tare, seems to penetrate to the roots at once,
and set on a radical change from the start.
It is well known that the most beautiful col
ors are made from petroleum, and by some
mysterious operation of nature the use of
this' article gradually imparts a beautiful
'light brown color to the hair, which, by
continued use, deepens to a black. - The
color remains permanent for an indefinite
length of time, and the change is so grad
ual that the most intimate friends caa
scarcely detect its progress. . In a word, it
is the most wonderful discovery of the age,
and well calculated to make the prema
turely bald and gray rejoice. Ine name
Carboline has been given to the article.
and is put up ia a neat and attractive man
ner, and sold by all dealers in drugs and
meuicmes. xnee vne Xfouor a nottw.
FRANK H. CHURCHILL,
Oborlin, - Oblo,
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
All Work Warranted to Give
Tills is to certlfr that we. the nnder-
slgned, have employed Mr. F. Chur
chill as a Tuner and Repairer, and that
the work for us has given entire satis
Prof.Klce, " Prof. Wright,
Prof. Cady, . Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis. Prof. Blakeslee,
FT Orders left with J. W. Houghton
will receive prompt attention. . 37-tf1
H0LBR00K BIlpS.. .
Do not neglect to care fop and no 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. : . : . '. A J - : ...
.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
Hoianoox Bbothsbs. D. D. S.
FOR THE CURE OF ." '
Thla marvckMia nrenaratlon has eund hnn-
dreds ol the moat dUtmsliig cues of t'h route
Rheumatism and Neuralgia, even when all
other remedies have failed. It is fast Iweom-
for theao dlaeaara. and can be relied noon bv
annVrvn to relieve them of their pains and .
effect a permanent cure.
Do Not Give Up
your case as hopeless and settle down to the
conviction that no mrrilriue will lu-Ip yon,
all we aak ts a fair trial of the Ci'BaTtva. aud
that rou bear In mind that the nature of them .
oiseaaes irquire perauieiil ana ihiiiiiui appli
cation to insure a perfect curt. In every coin
manlty where the Ccrativc baa been plw-rd
will be found many wiineawa wito will testify -to
what it has doue for them.. -
Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds,
Bruises, Sprains, Wounds,' Cuts, Chil
blsins, Inflammation, Headache, Tooth
ache, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach,
can positively be enred by the free tue of the
C'caiTivE. tend to oa for testimonials if you
have any doubts.
Said by aH Draggists.
. Prie 11.00 per Bottle, 6 for 55.00.
lawson Cliemical Co. Cleveland, 0.
LARGE NEW SIZE, SO cents and 31.03
45 Years Before the Public.
DR. C. HcLANE'S
.. FOR THE CURE OF.
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DTtrSr&IA AND SICK RBADACRS. ' '
Symptom? of a Diseased Liver.
T)AIN in the right side, under the
1 edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the leu
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
w ith 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 witn a painful sen
sation 01 naving letc 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 leet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits are low;
M - 1 . 1 , - t . 1
ana aiuiougn ne is sausiiea mat 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 AflD FEVER.
Dr. C McLake's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague axd 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 Rive them a fair trial.
ror all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
biwabe or ixiYattoxa.
The renuine are never inrtr coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid.
with the impre&Moa IJr. McLank's Livks
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills bear
the signature; of C. McLa.se and FLEMING
:Ks. on the wrjpixrrs.
Insist upon fcavinir the renuine Dr. C.
McLane's Liver Tills, prepared by Flem
ing Dros.,of Fitlsburrh, Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name JUcLaue,
tpcueu uiucrcniiy nut same pronunciation..
Superior Whiteness and Fine
ness, and absolutely purity
in our brand of strictly
PURE WHITE LEAD
and will Dav THIRTY.
DOLLARS for every.ounce of
aud alteration found in on 9
of our. packages. ,
T. LT. NEVIN &. CO.,
'Baldwin, Laundon & Co., Sola
Agents, Wellington, Ohio. . So-tf.
TO no A Yrmr or S3 to
as well aa mn Mane
make more than amount
aated above. Ko one eaa fall in make mo y fast.
An. o . cm do the work Toucan snake from any
watt u tv.i dollars aa hour br dnTwUui; Tour eve
nlua-i and .pare time lo thla bualneae. It cuaw a th-.
Inj totryt'ie bn.lueas. Nothui like It f r monev
maklna; ever offered before. Uatlnes pleaatt and
er Ictly honorable. Readsr, If jroa want lo know all
.(.na in Im. aerlne bnalneas n -lore the nablle. Be d
m your eddreae an i we will send yon full p:irtlcnlars I
red p.1Tac k'laurret; sampi.-e wuna at also xree
m o in j -n make an your m'.nd for yourerll. Ad;
areas UfiUiMa BluauA e) . v. , rwriuua, jsame.
. . 87-ly
Wfl are now receivinff a
complete stock o
in all deDartments. which will
be sold at bottom prices.
We call Special attention to
l.OO, 1.25Tand 1.40.
Also Striped and Checked
Silks in all qualities, at low
The largest Stock of
ever offered in this section.
OoAil - Yard Wide Floor uu
Yard Wide Floor
Cloth 22 centa.
Batoa Crocket Qullta 1.00.
Peerless Carpet Warp 16 cts.
Madras and Pongoo Glnrliam
12 1-2 cents.
A Very Large Stock of
Strlned and Checked Plane, at
8 centa. i
A Very Large Stock of
a -ra r nA
A large line Umbrellas very
Baldwin, Lanndon L Co.
Th.Q Best Eaowa to tlie trade.
Utica IT. Y. lliUst or Wamsutta 2400 Linen,
If unlaundried 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 small factories and guarantee
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 yon for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And ao obligation to koep oae, if not arrras than any machine yon ever had.
Every Family can now own a
Thfl Old Favorite and
I Sewing Machine $20.
Aknowxedgs no Superior !! !
We cannot make a better machine - at any ' price.
The Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch st the Centennial.
A Strictly Tlrst-Clan Double Thread Lock Stitch Marhtne. more complete In equipments than
any ether, and combining; aU the lata Improrcmenta, with the old and well-tried qualities
FOR WHICH THS STANDARD IS SO POPULAR.
A TtUbfal Firefly Sewing Mttcbtne tn rerr leno of
tion of plain or fancy acwlntr with eaae and certainty
wnlle In nae for yean tn Thousand of Famllle. that
dtc vrarrju ana Kept id nnicr irrv 01 cirs;a. atvar
net-ram iv PaicK Van Dowi Bilow all. otitmb 11
nt in order five of cnarg. Money Krfunded a once If not perrectlr satisfactory, Kbt
ym Down Da low al.l othbb MAOHixaH. Ko extras to par for. Eaoh Machine la ac
ompanied or a more complete outfit or numerous and
xtra charge) than Is glTen with .ny other machine at
auailut thanthoaeof double the mice. Liobt avd
Dceablb. never out of order. Rapid and certain In execution. Ko useless Cca or Cam to wear cut or
make a noise. Will Last ron Vbab. Is ready In a moment, and nnd-jrstood In aa hour. Malt s the
IKrUbie Thread Lock Stitch, aiice on ootn star ot tne Kooa f rotn camorte to leather, use a short, strotgiit
and Strons; Needle, Kxtra Lonjt. Larce, easily threaded bhattto. With Kiw Aitom atio Tbnsiox. Lance
Bonbins capable or boidim? one nunared yards or tnreaa. A Large Dtroos; Machine witn area wia,n or arm,
arivlnaT ft msuiv dMlrwd oualltiea aad ereat caoadtT for a wide rauie of wurk. It ta the heat marblne la Drln-
clple aad la point of construction. Use It once and you
county tort-celve orders and deliver machine, hxtra
ajrn, eiO lliuriraiu uook, satiupies ui wurav. wuu
rt or ine wono. Acoress, si apuahii snninto a&Lmns vu.. DouALitiAi at Ltnivd
B.D. Palmer, D.D.S.
Successor to Dr.
Especial attention giren to tiio
Freservatiosi of -Lb.
XTatiir al Teeth
67 filling and cleaning.
Inserted upon all tlta Tarions bases
known to the profession.
5TALL WORK WARRANTED
OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING.
Havincr purchafed the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland, and fitted it up for
t 01 .11. j r.'i.-j
a ijivery oiaoie anu iurmsuuu
it with first-class rigs, all new,
I am prepared to meet every
want of the public in my line.
Uood teams furnished at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
P. 0. THOMAS.
I - Of a copy of T mtDlCAl. COMMOH BKSsa
lifT.rlnv vlth CuninrnDtloo.
nmni.hl.il r. ... nf Volea or Soro
TUroau Send name and poet onlce adorre. wlih two
tbree-oent poeMise etaiup. and uata your alcnma.
Tne book U elesantly Uluatrated. l pp. 12 mo.
IT). Tue lnrormauoa u oonuina, in ine p.o wrnw
of God. ba aavod manr Urea. The author ha been
treaUns dlaeaae of Che Koae. Throat, and Lane aa
a apoUal practice la Ctnelnnah ainea 1IU7. AOareaa
Da. N. B. WOLFE, Clnelnnatt Ohio.
rear FIRST PREMIUM MEDALS awarded.
Hon sginsatilB to the taata and smaller dote than
For sale in government stamped bottles, at
drugnisis ana coontrj siorea, aura vj
T. J. HUSBAND. Jr., Philadelphia.
TStlTM AT (HI BOTTOM O V A.WBTU-
Trmth comes to as as aold is wasted down
the nsoantaina of tha Sierra Narad as, in
saianta but precious parUoles, ana u still
tnJh. tioogfc it ba foand at taa bottom of
aa oil well, like Carboliua tko great nat
ural kair restorsr, vhica. effsetaally pre
Ttati Us Calling oat of tbs hair, the accum
ulations or dandruH. ana the prematura
changa ia color das to a diseased condition
of taa ssaia ana tno gianas wnicn nounsa
tha hair. It is wall knows that ths most
baantifal colors are mads from petroleum.
aad by soma mrstariona operation of na
tara taa aaa of shia article gradually im
pute s beautiful light brown color to tha
hair, -which, by continued ase, deepens to
a black. Tha color remains permanent
for aa iadafioita length of time, and the
change is so gradual that the moat intimate
friends caa scarcely detect its procresa. In
a word, it is the moat wonderful discovery
of the age, and well calculated to make
tne prematurely Da id and gray rejoice.
Carboline is put up in a neat and attrac
tive manner, and sold by all dealers ia
trugs and medicines.
NEW MEAT MARKET.
TX7E have opened a New Meat Market
f V on Liberty Street. 2nd door west of
the Bank, where w propose to keep all
kinds of cut meats of a better quality than
baa heretofore been aold in Wellington. We
hars a tew natent cooler and all the appll
ances for doing a first-claw maiket business.
Our prices will be ao higher than others
charge for intemr meets.
Tear. 8nd Tarn rmti In nns AMit
tam -sf r a Anr KlWer Flated Thim
ble, retail prloe cent, and learn
bugs. Only those woo mean business need apply.
A. T. BOCK CO.. MUwi. Fa.
uw iv iiAaiKe vxasuu a year. io
. J. J. Stedman.
shirt company of America
work in New York and other
nicer shirt and from $3.00 to
A. Lt. FITCH.
to supply the rapid demand !
Firstrdass Sewing Machine I
Reliable STANDARD tJ
the word that run smooth and doe ererr deacrliv
o at ronz and weil made, and ao tboroug
ana we 1 iruaass. svna sm innrouKniT utstca
Ine that leftTea our factor la warranted for I
useful attachment far all Kind 4 or work trite or
any price. The Standard Machine has mora Rood
Kast Rcmruro. a child can ne It. BTBone- avd
will use no other. Active Atent wanted In this j
Inducmenta ofTcred ClerRymen, Teachers, Bnslm-4
nnun iusw ric. inw. ran uf;iivr ui arsjasuai aus; unrtu
For Scrofula, and all
sipelas, Rose or St. An-;
thony's jeire, juupuons
and Eruptive diseases
of the skin, Ulcerations
of the Liver, Stomach,
Kidneys. L.unsrs, nm-
ples, Pustules, Boils,
ter. Salt Rheum. Scald
Head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores,
Rheumatism. Js euralsria. l'ain m the
Bones, Side and Head, Female Weak
ness, Sterility, JLeucorrtioea, arising
from internal ulceration, and ntenno
disease. Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
eases. DroDsv. Dyspepsia, Emacia
tion, General Debility, and for Puri
f vinrr the Blood.
Tins Sarsaparilla is a combination of
vegetable alteratives StillingiaMan
drake,Yellow Dock with the Iodides
of Potassium and Iron, and is the
most efficacious medicine vet known
for the diseases it is intended to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully
combined that the full alterative
effect of each is assured, and whilo
it is eo mild as to be harmless even
to children, it is still so effectual as
to nursrc out from the system thoso
impurities and corruptions which
develop into loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, aud-the confidence
which prominent physicians all over
the country repose in it proves their
experience ox us useiuiness.
Certificates attesting its virtues
linve - accumulated, and are con-
stantly being received, and as many
of these cases are publicly known,
thev furnish convincing evidence of
the superiority of this Sarsaparilla
over every other alterative medicine.
So generally is its superiority to any
other medicine known that we need
do no more than to assure the public
that the best qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly maintained.
Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowe!!, Mass..
PtraMf teal mmd AmmljfHemt ChemUU.
SOU) BIT ALL PRUOGISTS XVXKYWHinE.
The Great Cause
Just published, in a Staled rfopc. Prict ct.
A Ttf-tnr. on tha Xatarvt. TrMhnriit ard Italics.
cure or emw.u w car neat, or spcraauorriHa??, id-
ducedbr8elf-AlHis, Involantary Em Ism loos, impo
errooa Dvbiiliy. and Iinpeillui.U to Mt.i-
Consu mot Un.
J and Phvaiva
and Phyri' Incapacity, tc
E.piip'y, nu r 111:
J. CULVKUWitLI, M. I)., aatbor of the "GrteB
Th warid-rnM.wti(d mnthor. in this dmir&be Lcc-
tnr eeatriy proves from bis own experience that the
awful AmatHinaf.es a of Self-Abuse mar be effectnUlr
removed wltiioot medicine, and without daofrerons
sunrtcsJ operations, bougies. Instruments, rings, or
cordials; pointing oat mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which trety sufferer, no matter
want ni conamon may uc. may cure ninuoaX encap-
ly, pnvatejy ana raaicauy.
illf lhta Lectnre will proro m boon to thousands
8cnt under seal. In a plain enTe.op. to any address,
post paid, on rectlpt of six cx-nu ur t postage stamps.
AjSdrcss I he Pobllshei s.
The Oulrerwell Helical Co.,
41 Ann St.. New York,
P. O- Box 4586.
rrlvru. H leas, ii-1 i
I A e wrt. Brtcw I
I sjemita by rnevlU Ktii.
I riM m NtMwra. Pta.
I .vwfy Hitriast, Or-
I Pitamasa ajf Totnh sad
the Mmswss r tMsnl
I thotc aa4 vlnU ls
I ManbMd : a walia sf
r h r wae.s. aa. i
I torwaatias. f laterawt
TaUmsvWs taleratttoi 1
a twia srssa. Mothlaa;
a4lwBis4v tm coast uiti
aYfcd t.sTtsisjtti. Ivfor
amtatisa irtr bcrsr.
NUliaai. K family
aboejVd b whhtMU It.
QAddrwsja, Dr. A. O.
OLI.M, STtSritirk 9L
i mmm. KawJ
Ms rasaiaU Pilla, SSR
s-r SMC. rfTBft
tassssM aaal mmnm tor I
K.k rWt.1l tv PcrfhrtPlllln.
WAJISUTTA lusUS A BEST lBlsH LPTH..
Keep- rswUx-Mavde) Oreas
Shlrta. emW nlaln a.m. a eni.h-
8 TOM SRlhTa. AA
Slade to measure .saaleta. I ) ror f
Send address oa postal card for samples aad
Circulars wtlh directions for self-measnreinent.
Sa'lAaTts.JaXta. SUOllTubkSb Louis, ato.
j. -w. Wilbur's
Clieese Vats, , . . .
Curd Drainers, '
Milk Cans, -;.;:
. Curd Knives, . ' ... . . ,
Curd Pails, - '
Butter Workers, '"' Y '
Iron Clad Milk Pails, i.
Fairbanks Standard Scales,
Evsrythln,g that pertains
to the manufacture of cheese
and butter' furnished at the
lowest , prices. Opposite the
American House, Wellington.
Y0 a P.
. Cam (sUstmptU
i-- -.- wnrm amr- uiu m aataaa
VILLSOK'S CAR ISOLATED
(Norwegian) Cod Liyer Oil
Immediately Arrests Daeavw
- aa umiiis ki a sae atymew.
(Norwegian) Cod Liyer Oil
; la retavil by tha Washes Btcrnmaeh. '
IS STre rresav vepiaaaae
, Isli.en.dlly llgetel. ler a;es JB.iaieja.
(Norwegian) Cod Liyer Oil
Cnrea ComswanptleiK, SerorwlB, ' i-
Kmavclaviloat, ajaaia;sia, veios,
' All Low and Coaani u uomt Oonuira aad la
a remarkablr efficient sloop nimu ana caaoca
the Rar&gue of Disease.
1 t apeUed with a doable - L." Bemembar
peUed with a double " L." Bemembar the word
CAaanuTSD" in ordering- from your Uruj&ut.
and insist on harlng the right kind. .
8en.l for Circular to ths Projotors. "
GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.,
. yARK, PLACB, MiW YORK.
Sect Ealwa fit trin WarlrL,
Qalelt and Stsvrtllixw Carers. v
It Heals Wlthont av Soar.
. AUaya Pavla 8c StoTis BleadlBsr,
Sotrthea av Bora er Soavld.
Uioli at Cat LJcs Mae!o.
Draws Palaom oat of a WotumL
COHTAXNS NO GREASE AND '
WASHES OFF "WITHOUT SOAP.
It ads Instantly and Jute Magic- -Tarn
Sa.lt Rhetaaa. Sara Thrwatt. Ulrera.
tXureaa, Scslda, Vsits. Wowaids, flleM,
Sere Kras, Palsmeas atiataja ataul Bile.
Kavrber'a Iteb, Chopped Hsids, Brnft
swats Soraa, and an; and every other parpoae tor
whica a BsIts or Ointment ca t ba used. Bo
lm (Hitmsnt ue
only preparation that caa always Da relied upon.
I: ia a baiatiful islly-co.orea srticle. sold in class
bottles with the abova - iraae-rasri. witnorn
which bobs is genuine. 8 -e to It thai your draj-
gist (lves yon uucaas a. aa aooTS uaecnoou. w
eU'.ars aant mo on apucauon so we sianaiao
GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO..
- 29 FABK FLACK, KiW YORK.
vv . en hi ii u n a ww nrta llf I si'na
; IS KISSER'S
t ai.i?tl. Bt.
naTea macuuio iu.
KeverBlotal Flows rreely I
Kerer Bpreada I Always
Beadrl Perfect Black I Ko
(oae or trouble I It ia used
without preparation t Bold
by all druggists and elation
era. Oa.mr SUs;. Vttm
, . XI 1ABK nWB, XI. X.
An Agreeable Aperiemt k ReMfcrftBt.
TUfs weU-toonni pfvpaLraxttow. it htrhly neamen44 for
DfAfCPali. llKASACHE. .mtineawl Ot ttM attOmehCaV HasVrV
ttam, and aJt complaint9 avrtarinir from Acklitr . BUioasLss4
tuuxisu f t-'Vfr; i. coo is cne diooo ana wvgumam iac row
Mi It Is a farorlt miteine for children, sod tUftcldtty
md nwcf?t tJi&e iiaavltca it coolie mixmtiMikUxSt' tut mp
ia ft otL bottles. "
lrTrsM tor A. ROGERS Cbmtsta. K. T.
'After all, mo remedy la ee ewrtstlat Sa
ewre C.Mssmaptlom ata ftwra aorwefjiatai
Cod LlTorOil. Cstrtwlsitoal y Wlllaoav'a
oxcelleatt proosae. Jn. Wm$U
aU eonsnmptiTe patVmta are earnaatly inritad to
gire WUlson's Carbolated Cod li,er OU a nUr trial
Xt iaaaaUyaad readily digested where all atwiflaa
preparations are refused by the stomaoh. aaal isa
Bodiately enters Into the circulation, aatttuj sp
dflcaUy upon tlis oeeaytng Inscu. The nutritious
properties of the oU sustain sad build up toe sy
tern, while ths active curative properties of the
preparation complete the work of asaUnf. i
nUaoa'a Carbolatsd (KorwegianlOod UvssMMl
oerer gets reudd. is free from unpleasant taata. ia
retained easily by the weakest stomach aad le sold
at tha prise of ths ordinary OUa. ;
It cures Consumption, Bcrefule, Asthasa. Bros.
ehiUa, KmaciaUon. Coughs. Colds. Hemoirha(aa
aad aU lung and eonsUtuHonal complain ta.
A a Blood PuriSer the Oarholslad Oil Is remsrt.
ably eadent. Its use ia 8erofuloua AfreoUoua,
Bhaumatism. Bicketa, Ac, la strongly reeoaamend
ad. IU puri.yiag power ia wcudarful ia Oonaump
Uos depending, as It frequently does, upon ScroX
u'ous taint. '
It acta upon the rational theory ot haaomaax
AaaesTmo Dacax waoLS n BciLDa or caa Snxsat,
' enabling It to throw off the dlaeaae,
Sold only ia wedgehaped bottles. nUsonis
spelled with a double "L." Remember tne word
Carbolatcd " in ordering from your druggist, and
Insist upon having ths right kind. ,r-
. 3t Qoxn M'r'a Co Park Plaoe. X. Z. '