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I t (Enterprise.
Thursday, Sept. 11, 18T.
J.yr. HOUGHTON, M.H.HOUGHTON.
Wo call attention to the articles on
oar first page, "Southern Repudiation,"
'Political Magnanimity and the other
political selections that follow
. The Selma (Ala.) Southern Argus has
the courage to denounce the Dixon mur
der in pretty strong terms. It says.
among other things:
"Yasoo County had better been swent
from its place on earth, and its people
had better been destroyed in a night,
than this damned crime had been com
The Maine election has been the en
grossing topic In political circles, and
fie streets. The Republicans are eonfl-
dent.' .' It is claimed that Maine has gi-
ei a death-blow to the Greenback cause
Blaine is coming . to Ohio to stump the
Stale His warmest admirers see in this
'victory a possibility of his again be
coming a formidable Presidential candi
date. Blaine has done, some masterly
soldiering in the management of the
canrase in his State. The returns give
the State Legislature to the Republicans,
Insuring the next Senator and securing
fie election of the Governor if the de
cision of that Question is thrown into
The election in California is also a
Republican triumph, and if there are no
farther Rains will make a formidable
and troublesome majority for the Solid
- South t6 manage in the Honse of Rep-
The result ot the- Maine election
very saVjFaatfTy, ana"" fjrlbesv returns"
may makeit entirely so. The Republi
cans poll a pluralilyof 40,000 votes
over the Democrats and 20.000 over the
Greenbackers. Large gains are reported
everywhere, and the Republicans wQl
have a lane majority on joint ballot in
The following telegram from Senator
Biaine to another Senator gives a good
Ilea of the situstion
'We (the Republican) have carried a
large majority of the Bouse of Repre
jatatives, and a majority of the Senate
apparently, althooeh not certainly. We
have siren our candidate forGoj
a plurality of over twevt4axusaid
v-rtes over he Greenback candidate, and
f .wty thousand over the Democratic can
didaterwhether we have given him an
absolute majority over both will only be
determined by further returns, and poa
a'bly by official count." The hero ot
tie great light just ended concludes his
message with Ute cheering remark, "Our
Republicans feel that they have made a
Meadid fight with' most gratifying re
salts." : And this will be the verdict of
the Republicans everywhere.
- Let The Bourbons Be war.
It is well said that experience teaches
dear school .but fools will learn in no
other. This is as true of politics as any
thing else. The State of Mississipi has
suffered terribly in the past by follow
ing extreme men, aad she will suffer in
tie future if she is governed by them.
She can now 'choose between the two
methods the extreme aad the conserv
a 'ire. . As she decides wisely or un
wisely will she be benefitted or injured.
Vkksburg Herald (Dem). ,
OTJB IfEW TOfiK LKTTEB. "
A' Vint to Ponghkeepaie and a
Ramble Through, the Halls of
Vassar. ' AMagniflcont Institu
tion. What it Does for the High
er Education of American Worn
m-t ' ,.-.-.-i -
.-.-.' .Naw Xoaa, Aug. 2Mb, 18J9.
A tsw days ago a trip up the Hudson River,
made- partly for business ead partly tor
pleasure, brought sne in the neighborhood
of Poughkeepeie. Here, certain friends,
beat upon showing me the objects of Inter
est, proposed a visit to Vassar College. 1
had never Investigated that wonderful seat
of learning, though from the time ot Its
foundation, my ears had been filled with its
Ponghkeepaie, lying on the Zastem bank
of the river, is easily reached by rail from
North, South, East or West, at nearly every
how la the day, snd it is also connected
' with Albany aad New York by several Unas
ot steamboats. Its educational institutions
gve Instruction to some 1,200 students
Pre-eminent, however, in the minds of an
Americans, is connection with Poughknep-
sle, standi Vassar College.
The college grounds cover a space ot two
hundred acres, a third ot which has been
ornamentally laid out by the celebrated art
ists Olmsted and Vaux. The remainder Is
used as a farm and garden. . Ia describing
the buildings and grounds I cannot do so
more effectively than la the words of Rev.
H. McTarland, who has written exhaustively
on the subject to Bcrfbaer's Magasiae. Ha
Going; out trees Poughkeepeie, soon after
entry upon the Collega grounds, you pass
through the gateway and porter's lodge.
"'This structure is utilised by Its affording
two dwellings for the fimllles ot men em
ployed on the College Farm. At a straight
4IMstif of 1,600 feet stands the mala Col
lege building, the roadway thither flanked
right aad left with evergreens.
These superb facilities for producing the
"mens sana in sano corpora," and for devel
oping aesthetic taste, are in constant u
By college regulation each student save in
stormy weather. Is to be out oa the grounds
twenty minutes every day, and sixty mln
utea every other day. They may go when
they like. It not engaged la recitations or
other College exercises, but go they must,
and go they do. Nor has any Instance ever
beea known of their disturbance la the fre
est use ot sll lbs grounds.
Brthward of the, college, on its front,
lies a circular flower garden, a half-mile In
circumference, worked wholly by snrh stu
dents sa enroll themselves members ot the
Tloral Society. '
It la aa aojnlraoie signs
to look upon
these grounds, filled with bright aad happy
girls, walking, gardening, engaged in
mmea. r win on the lake, or occasionally
making ready, ia some shady recess, tor
work in class rooms.
I lit is a constant Joy at Vassar to see that
bodily health is not to be sacrificed to nay
other object whatever, and that, so far ss
the result Is attainable by means within Its
Dower, those whom It educates are to be-
osna . nhvaieallv well developed, vieon
wl srranfnl woman, nveoared to take ea-
liahtened care of their own health aad that
of others under their charge. In the past
training of our eountrywomea inss ena naa
ksn ma sisck nawleeted that we shall re
seat in thie connection, and for the sake of
unity, what else we noted la onrvtsu waicn
tmAaeA aa tn heriava thin. Diet and reei-
asea were f ally laid before as. We sat at
the College table, aad bear witness to Its
variety, wholesomenecs and fullness. No
asaa eaa go with the steward throura all his
eWBartsnaat ana miss too coancuvsi - we
The mala balldicr covers sn area ot
50,000 square feet, has 1.000 exterior and
U0 Interior windows, and upwards ol 8C0
rooms exclusive ot the chapel. There am
oeamoostloae la this building- for 850
students.- There Is also aa Astronomical
Observatory and a Calistaealnra.. The ob
servatory is tally equipped with astroaoml
cal apparatus Including a larva equatorial
talescopc. In tha Caliathealam thai is a
neat mue nau lor - theatrical ana other en.
tertsinmenU, an Art Galley filled with
choice works, numerous rooms for musie
practice, a iluseutn o( Natural Hlstjry,
containing large collections, eminent among;
wnicn is uie uiraru couecuon or norm
American birds, nresented bv J. P. ttlrard ot
Poughkeepeie. From this collection And a-
oon msae many or nis arawines lor ue
Birds of Ann tea." In the main building
the, is a library stored wth nearly 10,000
otntnes, besides the Astronomies! library
of an volumes at the ObservMorv.
The treat aim aod object of the educa-
tiocal system at Vassar is to provide women
witn a como'eta coarse or intellectual tram-
inc. so that tbev mav become better wires.
ntotaers ana members or. sorwiy, ana oe
able to take their stand with men in dealing
with the complications snd trials of life. It
was the hone of the founder that, if the In
stitution should prove a success, and the
idea on which U was based (that ol a true
liberal education for women) should be ac
cepted by the community, other benefactors
would arUe to carry out tne woia ne ocean,
by endowing professorships and scholar
ship, add'.nz to the llbraiy aad eablnets.
mwA alherwlM nns-menUnfi- the luatllnuoa.
Matthew Vassar founded the College in
isai. and endowed It in various WSTa with
over 400,000. He intended, as he himself
expressed It, that all sectarian influences
should be carefully excluded, but the train-ins-
Af nnr atndenla should never be en
trusted to the skeptical, the irreligious or
Immoral. This Intention naa never noon
altered h nia ancceacor In management.
The fame of Vasar has spread over the
world. This I know, because tne Belgian
Government has KquestadOhrongh 1U Min
ister, a plan of the Collexe, and a New York
errhltM-t. Mr. Jamea Wood, bit made the
necessarr copies for this purpose. In Lon
don, Hollowsy, the pill manufacturer, la
now building a coHrr for women on the
&lan of Vassar, and its course of study wUl
s similar to that ot its American prototype.
Premiums Awarded at the 24th
Annual Fair, held August
19th to 22d, 1870.
BOOK S3 ORKAafEXTAI. AKO MIIXDCKBT
Mrs. Was. Turner, specimen floss
embrolderj , Jet premium,
LXrs. Wm.Turner, specimen wor
U ted-embroldcry, 1st premium,
ran. Wm. Turner, specimen hem
stitching, 1st premium, tO
Mrs. Win. Turner, tidy cotton
crochet, 1st premium, CO
Mrs. Wo. Turner, pin cushion,
1st premium, 60
Mrs. Wm. Turner, toilet set, 1st
premium . .75
Mrs. Wm. Turner, sofa pillow
worsted, 1st premium,
Ttrs. Wm. Turner, slipper case,,
1st premium, 15
Sirs. Wm. Turner, ladle's night
dress, 1st premium,....
Mrs. Wm. Turner, ladie's skirt,
an I' ' viuiuu,. ... .....
Mrs. J.T. Davis, tterraan cover,
1st premium, 60
Angle Busted, parlor ornament,
1st premium,... 60
Mrs. T. Doland, bracket lambrekln
1st premium, 60
Mrs. T. Doland, tidy embroidered
on canvass, 1st premium,... . .
Mrs. A. E. Botsford, child's af-
ghan, 1st premium,
Mrs. Chas. Perkins, crochet shswl
1st premium, 1
Mrs. Chas. Perkins, carriage af-
gban, 1st premium...... 1
Mrs. A. H. Palmer, assorted mill!
nery work, 1st premium, 3 00
Mrs. A. IT. Palmer, best bat, 1st
oreminm 1 00
Mrs. A. H. Palmer, best bonnet,
1st premium, 1 00
Mrs. A. II. Palmer, bonnet, 3d
Mrs. A. H. Palmer, silk embroid
ery. 1st premium 1 60
Mrs. C. W. Horr, crochet collar,
1st premium S3
Mis Oris Warner, specimen chl
neelle work. 1st premium,.... 1 00
Mrs. R. IT. Camp, worsted crochet
tidy, 1st premium,... ........
Mrs. R. II. Camp, display of fancy
needle work, 1st premium,...
Mrs. R. H. Camp, display ehll-
drens clothing, 1st premium,.
Mrs. R. H. Camp, ladie's chimese,
1st premium,... 25
BOOK 34 FXOWEM AWD HOUSX rXAXTS.
Mr. T. Doland, displsy of house
plants, 1st premium, t6 00
Mrs. O. T. Noble, display of house
plants, 3d premium...... 3 60
Rust Bros., bouquet 1st premium, 1 00
Rust Bros., show of geranums, 1st
Rust Bros., show of fuchlas, 1st
Rust Bros., show of verbenas, 1st
book 25 APPLKS.
C Sheldon, show of apples, 1st
premium, ..$4 00
W. S. Powell, show of apples, 3d
premium, .....3 00
XT. S. Powell, show of winter ap
ples, 1st premium, S
W. S. Powell, dish- of eating ap-
. plea, 1st premium
W. 8. Powell, dish of Greenings,
W. S. Powell, dish of Baldwins,
W.S. Powell, dish of Pecks Pleas
ants, 1st premium,.' S3
W. S. Powell, dish of Swears, 1st
BOOK 26 FKAEfl, RaCBBS, QUWCSS AXD
Frank le Wadsworth, Flemish
beauty pears. 1st premium,...! 23
Frankie Wadsworth, Sickle, 1st
C S. Gates, Dorenzl white, 1st
C. S. Gates, Duchess, 1st premium
Geo. Gillett, best show of pears,
Geo. Gillett, Zoor Beauty, 1st pre
mium '.. ......
Geo. Gillett, Buren Clays, 1st .pre
mium Geo. Hooper, Bell T,ucra,""Ist preV
Geo. Hooper. Vergals, 1st premium
W. 8. Powell, plate of peaches, 1st
W. S. Powell, plate of plumbs, 1st
BOOK 27 DAISY AND FBOVISI01TS,
Mrs. F. 8. Wadsworth, can of cu
cumber pickles, 1st premium,! 23
Mrs. F. S. Wadsworth, can of pine
apple, 1st premium 33
Mrs. F. 8. Wadsworth, can ot
cherries, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. F. S. Wadsworth, can of
pears, 1st premium, 35
Mrs. F. S. Wadsworth, can or ma
, pie sugar, 3d premium,..
C. Sheiden, can of maple molasses,
: 1st premium
C. Sheiden, 10 pounds maple sugar
1st premium 1 CO
Therein Waffla, best specimen corn
bread, 1st premium, 60
Theresa Waffla, best specimen 3 :
kinds cake, 1st premium, 60
Theresa Waffla, best 3 kinds pie, .
1st premium...... 60
Geo. Glllett, 10 pounds butter, 3d
piemium 1 00
Chas. HcClave, brx. honey, 1st
Mrs. R. IT. Camp, 10 pounds but
ter, 1st premium, 3 00
Mrs. R. H. Camp, can of maple
molasses, 3d premium, 25
Mrs. R. IT. Camp, specimen of
brown bread, 1st premium,... 60
Mrs. R. n. Camp, best specimen
r risks, 1st premium, 60
Mrs. R. H. Camp, can of pickled
beans. 1st premium 25
Mrs. R. H. Csmp, can ot pickled
tomatoes, 1st premium 25
Mrs. R. H. Csmp, can of pickled
pears. lt rreminm 35
Mrs. It. H. Camp, can of pickled
cherries, 1st premium, 23
Mrs. R. n. Csmp, can of pickled
apples, 1st premium, 23
Mrs. R. n. Camp, can of spiced
currents, 1st premium, 23
Mrs. R. IT. Camp, can of pickled
quince, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. H. Camp, can .f cherries,
1st premium 25
Mrs. R. H. Camp, can of goose
berries. 1st premium 35
Mrs. R. H. Camp, can of black
berries, 1st premium S3
Mrs. R. II. Camp, can of raspber
ries, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. II. Camp, can of straw
berries, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. H. Csmp, can of tomato
preserves. 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. II. Camp, jar or quince
jelly. 1st premium,.... 28
Mrs. R. n. C imp. Jar oi gooscber
ry jelly. 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. If. Camp, jar of peach
jelly. 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. II. Camp, jar of raspber
ry jelly, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. II. Camp, jar of green
grape jelly, 1st premium 25
Mrs.R. n. Camp, jar of straw
berry jelly, 1 at premium, 25
Mrs. R. II. Camp, jar of ripe grape
Jelly, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. II. Camp, jar of apple
jelly, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. H. Camp, jar of crabapnle
jelly, 1st premium, 25
Mrs. R. II. Csmp, Jar of pear jelly
Mrs. R. II. Camp, jar of red cur
rent jelly. 1st premium,
Mrs. R. II. Camp, jar of white cur
rent jelly, 1st premium, 25
Alrr. R. II. Csmp, csn of pie plant,
1st premium 25
BOOK 28 V KG STABLE AXD ORAIX
issac verson, be bushel white
wheat, 1st premium $ 60
John Conklin, X bushel barley,
1st premium,. .' -. . 60
Geo. Glllett, 1 peck Eureka pots-
toes, 1st premium, 60
W. S. Powell, show of. I otatocs,
lt premium, 3 00
W. S. Powell, 1 peck Peerless po
tatoes, lat premium 60
W. S. Powell. 1 peck late Rose po
tatoes, 1st premium, '50
W.S. Powell, 1 peck Snowflake
potatoes, 1st premium 50
W. S. Powell, 1 peck white Rose
potatoes, 1st premium, 60
W. S. Powell, 1 peck Early Ohio,
lit premium, 60
W. 8. Powell, 1 peck Burbank
Seedling, 1st premium SO
W.S. Powell, 1 peck Davenport
potatoes 1st premium,..- . 60
W. S. Powell, best kind field corn
1st premium, 60
W. S. Powell, best kind sweet corn
1st premium, So
G. M. Clark, sample wheat, 1st
Geo. Glllett, Wlllard seedling po-
tatoc, 1st premium 60
Geo. Glllett, Early Vermont, 1st
M. F. Penfleld, late Rose potatoe,
1st premium,. 60
BOOK 29 GUU CKDSB 14 TSARS
Oracle Cbspman, specimen of
bread, 1st premium, (1 00
Grade Chapman, 2 kinds cake.
1st premium, 60
Frankio Camp, patch work bed
quilt, 1st premium, 3 00
Frankie Camp, patch work bed
quilt, 2d premium 1 00
Frankie Camp, worsted patch
work quilt, 1st premium, 3 00
' BOOK 30 MISCE IXAHEOCS AND TJKKHU-
Mrs. Wm. Turner, set table mats
2d premium f 35
Mrs. Wm. Turner, cotton socks,
Mrs. Wm. Turner, tufted mittens.
u " watch case,..
M lamp mat,. . . .
" " rose mat,....
" " fancy baaket,
Mrs. Wm. Turner, infant blanket,
" silk embroid
ered slippers, 15
Mrs. Wm. Turner, tatting collar,
" pillow case,..
Mrs. Wm. Turner, crochet edging
" . " shirt, machine
Miss Kate Powers, scrsp bsg, ....
" . , " display of work
on csrd board, 60
gsrjy Nichols, lithograph,
cromo, . .
Miss Ada Bacon, ladle's hose,. . . .
Mrs S. D. Baoon, striped mittens.
" " woolen socks,..
" " sample woolen
Mrs. S. D. Bacon, rsg basket,
Frankie Wadsworth, show of rag
Frankie Wadsworth, single brack
Frankio Wadsworth, paper bolder
" " show of scroll
and bracket sawing 60
A. M. Can field. East Lske burial
A. M. Can field, Globe burial case, 1
X. D. Bartlet, creamer,
Iverson A Lorlng, invalid bed
Mrs. C. W. Uorr, pin cushion
Emeline Wool ley, pillow sham,. . . 15
J. E. Davis, feed mill, 60
Ben nett Bros. & Co., cheese factory
engine and pump, 3
J. W. Wilbur, paper slop pall
" Windsor coffeo pot,
" coffee pump,
" ice cooler
W. M. Glbbs, display of 'white
lead In all stages, ,. 1
G. E. Town send, farm roller, .... 1
Q. X. Clark, grain and seed clean
Lang & Pelrce, coffee tea kettle,. .
" toilet ware,
Mrs. A. H. Palmer, ladie's under
Mrs. A. n. Pamler.fisb scale orna-
ments - 15
Mrs. A. H. Palmer, band embroid- .
F. T. Smith, toilet set,
" teapot, J....... .
gum paper pail, ........
granite palls, 25
" paper wash dish,. ' 10
Mrs. R. IT. Camp, satin vest 25
" w braided pillow
W. D. Diminock, plow Jointer....
COOK 31 FINE ARTS.
J. II. Wight, show of silver ware,
1st premium, $3 00
J. H. Wright, engravingon metal,.
1st premium 1
Miss Katie Powers, plain photo-'
graph, 1st premium 1 00
Miss Katie Powers, pencil sketch,
1st premium, 1
J. M. Hester, collection of picture
painting, 1st premium 4
J. M. Hester, photograph in ink,
1st premium, 1
Angle Husted, bracket, 1st pre
Angle Husted, wax flowers, 1st
premium, - CO
Mrs. T. Doland, collection of
shells, minerals, and geologi
cal specimens, 2d premium,. . 1 00
Mrs. A. E. Bottford, painting in
water color, 1st premium 1 50
Mtss Katie Powers, oil painting,
1st premium , 3 00
Mtss Katie Powers, portrait in oil,
1st premium 3 00
Miss Katie Powers, photograph in
oil, 1st premium, 3 00
MUs Katie Powers, crayon draw
ing, 1st premium 1 00
B. F. Wooftcr, bracket made by
band, 1st premium...... 50
Mrs. A. H. Palmer, collection of
shell, minerals, and geologi
es! specimens, 1st premium,.. 3 00
R. Warner, specimen penmiu
ship by boy under 14 years of
age, 1st premium, 1 00
Mrs. R. H. Camp, engraving on
steel, 1st premium, 1 00
Mrs. R. H. Camp, oil painting. 2d
premium, : 1 00
Mrs. R. H. Camp, collection of
pictures and pilnllngs, 2d
premium, 2 00
Harry X ickles, steel engrsving.
F. A. Harvey, enters Dick Har-
'vey, l"t purse, $40 00
J. Forbes enters Bobbie, 2d purse 20 00
E. Adams, enters gray gelding.
Dan. 3d purse.. 10 00
BOSSES THAT XKVBR TROTTED FOR MOSET,
F. Foster, enters roan gelding
Ned Foster, 1st purse,. . . $10 00
Bob Lowe, enters gray Andy, 2d '
purse, "5 00
COLTS 8 TEARS OLD TO TROT 3 TCRXS
S. Barnes, enters bay gelding .
Baxter, 1st purse $10 00
J. S. Johnson, enters Maggie, Jr.,
3d purse, 5 00
FASTEST WALKING HORSE IS HARNESS,
TURNS OF TRACK.
H. Essex, enters bay mare Kit,
1st purse, $4 00
W. B. Farr, enters gray stallion.
E.Norman, 2d purse, 3 00
DOCBLE TEAM TO TROT 3 TURNS OF
M. A. Pounds, enters nosier Boy
and Frank, 1st purse, $10 00
A. & J. Forbes, enters Maggie
and Hodd, 2 J purse, 6 00
WALE IN O, TROTTING AND RUNNING BACK,
ALL IN 1 HEAT.
J. Dage, enter 8 bay mare Dolly,
2d purse, .
A. S. Jennie, enters bay mare Fan' '
3d purse . . 4 00
Charles McClave. collection of
poultry, 1st premium, $3 00
Todd, Clifford k Co., collection of
poultry, SJ premium, 3 00
Noble A Washburn, herd of 6, to
consist of 1 boll and 4 heifers
or cows, 1st premium $15 00
Noble & Washburn, bull showing
3 best calves 5 00
Noble A Washburn, heifer calf,
1st premium, ... ,3 00
Noble A Washburn, bull any age
or breed. 1st premium 5 00
Noble A Washburn, cow any age
or breed, 1st premium 6 00
Noble A Washburn, bull calf, 1st
premium 3 00
Noble A Washburn, display of
cattle owned by exhibitor,
1st premium, 6 00
Noble A Washburn, display of
cattle owned by exhibitor.
2d premium 4 00
S.Yf. Thomas, pen of line wool
breeding sheep, 1st premium, 3 00
II. E.-Clark, pen of coarse wool
. breedttrz sheep, 1st premium, 3 00
SWIMS. - -
S. E. IWllcox, fst bog unJeryear
old, 1st premium, ..$3 00
H. Bradford, boar any age or breed
1st premium, .8 00
Todd, Clifford A Co., sow and lit
ter of pigs, 1st premium,. . ... S 00
lira. C. Starr, 6 dairy cows owned
by exhibitor, 3d premium,'. ... $1 00
Mrs. C. Strr, single cow, 2d pre
mium, 3 00
Isaac Kverson, 6 dairy- cows, 1st "
premium, '. 8 00
A. J. Wilson, single cow, 1st pre
mium, 4 00
If. W. Rtrliey, single dairy cheeso
1st premium 3 00
Samuel White, 10 factory cheese,
1st premium,. . S00
Samuel- WhlU,"" single factory
cheese, lt premium, 2 00
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Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
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shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
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A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
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ana he complains ot a prickly sensa
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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 r EVER, 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 IXTTATIOXK.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on the lid.
with the impression Da. McLane's Liver, j
The genuine McLane's Liver Pills bear
the signatures of C McLank and Fleming
Isros. on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Da. C
McLane's Liver Pills, prepared by Flem
ing Iirosof l'ittsburgh, Fa., the market being
lull o imitations ol tne name JUC L,ane,
spcueu uulcrentiy out same pronunciation.
COKSDMPTIO CAST BB CCHID 1
FOR THE LUNGS
Congks, Colds. Pneumonia
Bronchitis. Asthma Croup
and all Disease ot the Breathing Organs.
The Leading. SpceiSe tor Consumption
It sooths snd heals the membrane of the
lnngs, inflamed and poisoned by the disease,
and prevents the nlgUt-sweats and tightness
acrocs the chest which c company It.
Is not sn Incurable malady. It Is only nec- I
essay to have the right remedy, snd HALL'S
BALSAM Is that remedy.
DON'T DESPAIR OF RELIEF, for this
benign specific will core you, even though
professional aid falls.
A MASS OF EVIDENCE
bss been accumulating daring a period of
THIRTY YEARS, proving the efficacy of
In all diseases where the Throat, Chest and
Lungs are affected: snd showing the esti
mation In which the remedy Is held by the
public and the medical profession. Bold by
all Druggists. 49-eow-ly.
Wagons and Sleighs.
navlng purchased the Interest of P. O
Thomas in the sarrUn business. I shall oe
vote my entire time and energy to supplytnsj
everythink In my line that the neeesslua of
dt customers demand.
I have a large stock of new aad second
hand earrisge, which will be sold at prioes
to tnlt the times.
Offioe aad Factory at the old stand si
formrrl. Thankful for past favois, I
licit a eoutinuaAoe of your patronage.
240yl T. DO L Ay D.
SS w0. Ss
Wo sra TiftTv recemner a
w v v d
complete stock of
in all departments, which will
be sold at bottom prices.
We call Special attention to
l.OO, 1.2 5 .and 1.40.
Also Striped and Checked j
Silks in all qualities, at low
The largest Stock of
ever offered in this section.
Good Tard Wide Floor Oil
Cloth 22 cents.
Bates Crochet Quilts $1.00.
Teerless .Carpet Warp 16 cts.
Madras and Pongee Gingham
12 1-2 cents.
A Very Large Stock of
Striped and Cheeked Pique, at
A Very Large Stock of
! From Cneap to Good.
A large line Umbrellas very
Bal&Will. LailH&QH & CO.
Th.e Sest XSnown to the trade.
Utica IT. Y. Mills, or Wamsutta 2400 Linen, - $25.00
( U it . "
It (C M
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If unlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen. .
The "Diamond" is the leading shirt company of America
and does the bulk of the custom
eastern cities. "We furnish a
.00 per dozen cheaper than the
perfect fit and satisfaction;
J. "W. "Wilbur's
Cheese Vats, N
Iron Clad Milk Pails,
Fairbanks Standard Scales,
Every tiling that pertains
to the manufacture of cheese
and butter furnished at the
lowest prices. Opposite the
American House, Wellington.
a year. Send Ten Cents to one cent
stamns I n nne Sllrcr Plated Thim
ble, retail price 25 cents, snd learn
buv to malre Silvio a year. Mo ham
bass. Onlr Ukm woo mean boslneu need apply.
A. T. BUCK. CO.. Mil ion. Fa.
FRANK H. CHURCHILL,
Oberlin, - Ohio,
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
All Work Warranted to Give
TV,!, la tn rorfifv that WO. the Ullrler-
igned, have employed Mr. F. Chnr-
caul as a .i nner inu Aepmrcr,
the work for us has given entire satis
faction. Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright,
Prof. Cady, Prof. Severance. .
Prof. Davis, Prof. Blakeslee,
SB- Orders left with J. W. Houghton
will receive prompt attention. 37-tf
rN-Bl w ."v S TOagnooATearorfS to
af 1 IT O O S"xWrE Woj
fHp 9 B W F Oo n well as men. Msnr
tt ' make mora tnan amount
sratedabtrre. KooneeantaU to m "onfT r
Ant one can do the work Toucan make from arty
cent, to two dollars sn boar br deToUng your
nlnn and .pare Mm. to this bnslnna. It cx-t. nuc h
Inttotrjtbs business. Nothing like It for montj
rfklng erer offered before. Buslnem pleasant and
strictly honorable. Reader. Ujtmtiotniow aU
about the best permit buslnes. before e PnJJ'r
n. your sourest ana w. win r .i aiiTiMi free
andprlrate terms free; samples worth 51m rree
yoa can then make up your mind for rourseil. as,
aressCiEOIMS HT1XSOS A CO., Portland. Mt
Superior Whiteness and Fine
ness, and absolutely purity
in our brand of strictly
BTTRE WHITE LEAD
and wiD pay THIRTY
DOLLARS for every onnce of
itud alteration found in one
of our packages.
T. H. NKVIN A CO.,
Baldwin, Laundon A Co., Sole
Agents, Wellington, Ohio. 3a tf. .
OOO A TEAR for booest, tntePtgent burl
mm mea or agent. New ha-inr; light
MsndisMP. lad, 41-4mo,
Give as a rail.
printed at thia office
on short notice and on
most reasonable terms.
Townley's Toothache Anodyne
CURE3 IN ONE MINUTE.
Beware ef Counterfeits. - ao-eow-ly .
work in New York and other
nicer shirt and from 3.00 to
small factories and guarantee
Measures taken at the New YoTk
A. M. PITCH.
For Scrofula, and all
8crof ulous diseaseayEry- -sipelas,
Rose or St. An
thony's Fire, Eruptions -and
of the skin, Ulcerations "
of the liver, Stomach, J
Kidneys, Lungs, Pirn-:
pies, Justuies, xsous,...
Blotches, Tumors, Tet- .
tor. Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores, -
tfneumatism, jx euraigia, jrmu m iws
Bones.Side and Head, Female Weak-
ness, Sterility, Leucorrhoea, arising .!
from internal ulceration, and uterine
disease. Syphilitic and Mercurial dia-. "
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emacia-.-tion,
General Debility, and for Puri
fying the Blood.
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
, Yellow Dock with the Iodides
of Potassium and Iron, and is the
most efficacious medicine yet 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. while
it is so mild as to be harmless even
to children, it is still so effectual as
to purge out from the system those
impurities and corruptions - which -develop
into loathsome disease. " :
.The reputation it enjoys is derived
-from its cures, and the confidence
which prominent physicians all over :
the country repose in it proves their .
experience of its usefulness. ' :
Certificates attesting its virtues
have accumulated, and are con
stantly being received, and as many;
of these cases are publicly known j:
they furnish convincing evidence of ,
the superiority of thia 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.
PREPARED BT .
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Prmctleal mnd AnmlvUeal Chemists.
OLD BY' ALT. BBUGGISXS XVSSTWHXBX.
Lest,' How ;
Jnst published, a new edition of Dr. Colverweira
celebrated eway on the radical cure without medi
cine.) of SpanwTomnHABA, or Seminal Weakoess.
IiiToluntary Seminal Loe, Impotanct. Mental and
Physical Incapacity. Impediments to Marriage, etc.,
also Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, Induced by
self-Indulgence cr sexual extravagance, ate.
Price, ta a sealed envelope, only six cents. . -
The celebrated author. In this admirable esssr,
clearly demonstrates, from s thirty yesrs' successful
practice, that the alarming consequences of relf
abuse msy be radically cured without the dangerous
use of internal medicine or the application of the
knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
ccnsta and effectual, by means of which every
sufferer, no matter what ola condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
SZVThts Lecture will prOTS a boon to thousands
Sent under seal, tn a plain envelope, to any address,
post-paid, on receipt of six cents or 2 postage stamps.
Address the Publishers,
Tao cuiverweu xieaicai wo.,
41 Ann St.. New York.
P.O. Box 4586. ,
PrtrsM HoqHal. B I
IU. Cy8pi.Uj, all I
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A MB- work, price fis)
OTBU by MIL BfTBt--
m. af Nacre, Pbrd- .
otocr of Hsrriase, Or
im af Qea.r.tt.a.
PbMN. ml Tomb aaa
lf.ibrd; a wealtb er
oboiae aatt valuable la
lefa. and Oeatto
mb, and m 4Uar
tor auaple. f beu
r . b b e r ic00 ave
bv Kpim. Jtalla
kie rmai. nil., ss
in boa. Private
hone aad bum for
te bob Mxea. ltotblof
aad rriUieanat. llbr- .
Biatioa ititr before
pablidKd. a, faallr
aboaM be witbeDX lb.
Ladle, dartss '
OT.DC, T1S CUu St.
"Add'-n. Dr. A. a.
BoetOnslltr. Perfect Fitting.
WAMSUTTA MUSU17 at BEST lltlbH LINE,.
custom shirts. - irrTr
suae to measure ewaspicte. wm " f . W
An elegant wt gold pt er. PBttoa. n e. .Kbeach aatrdoeea.
Bend address on postal oard. for samples
elroulars with directions for self-measurement,
ftlBtRTBnoTHUtt, 180 W. dthSfc anclnnatl.O
day at home n,atle br
Indnatrlous. , Capital
quired: we will rtart
Men. women, boys,
nuke money faster at
for us than at anr-
thine; els. The work Is light and plrasant, and sock
ea any one can go riant at. Those who are wise who
see this notice will send us their addresses at ence
snQ sec for tuemse ves. Costly Ontnt and terms free.
Now Is the ttme. Those already at work are laying'
up large sums of money. Address TRCB SCO.,
Ana-tuts. Maine. STii-
HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE
(Beware o Counterfeits.)
The Most Powerful Healing
Ajcent ol the Age. .
Henry's Carbolic Salve eons the worst sores.
Henry's CarboltcJSalve allays the pem!of bams. '
Henry's Carbolic Balve cures an eruptiosev.
Henry's CarboUe Bal ve heals pimples snd blotches.
Henry's Carbolic Salve will heal cuts and bruises.
Physicians give It the highest recommend
ations. - :
Henry's Carbolic Salve
is us 3d extensively In Hospitals, and Is found to be
not only a thorough purifier and disinfectant, bat
also the most wonderful and speedy he alms remedy
Ask for HEKBrs, and take no other.
A Good Flan.
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combining many orders and co operating; them as a
whole, dividing profits pro rata among shareholders,
according to the market, monthly. Each customer
thus secures all the advantages of Immense capital
and experienced- skill, snd can use any amount, from
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equal proportionate success. "New York Stock Be-
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