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Thnnday, 8pt. 18, 187W.
The Medina Gaxette in speaking of
R. A.. Horrs late speech in that place,
rh r. it w It a. fkvt IV ti t a t4
soundest Republican . speeches ever
made In Medina. I' ir
Hon.--Jamee- Monroe - delivered a
speech t Hudson, BepL 9th, giving an
able and exhaustive review of the -political
issues of this campaign. It occu
pies nearly eight eilumns of The Oberlin
The Republican meeting in Perry s-
wflle Wat VnnBv wm Leo m.1 .ntlknai.
tic, . H. BoIIUlAh. Hon made a tell
ing speech on National issues, and was
louowea ov Hon. T jl Joeer, on the
misdeeds of the O'Conor .Lsgislstnre.
A aw 9 eVjes Xr
nsniana iimee... . . . .
- .Judge Young,-, of Cleveland, an old
time Bepnblioan, but .who for some
time has been wandering in Democratic
' pastures, announced In a pnbho speech
last week that he is tired of following
after strange Gods, and will henceforth
be found in the Republican fold. : He is
thoroughly dltgusted with the present
attitude and doctrines of the Democratic
party, and believes' Republicans alone
can save the country from the treach--cry
and treason plotted by the Southern
Brigadiers. "Let them come In."
The! murderer of Miss Chisholm, ia
Mississippi, has just had his trial, and
as. might have been expected,- was
acquitted." Previous to the rendering of
the Tcrdict, and while the trial was in
progress we inquired of a friend, who,
by the way. Is one of the soberest men in
'Wellington, what we supposed would be
done with the accused? He replied:
"Bend him to Congress or make him
Governor of Mississippi." Pretty well
aid, and exactly in accordance with the
treatment awarded criminals of that
class all over tae Solid South. .
"-. An exchange has this to say of Gen.
Hicnenlooper, whose faithfulness and
honesty as Vice - President of a gas
company Induced the directors, on a va
cancy arrlsingia the office of President,
to abolish Che office of Vice President
and unanimously elect him President:
' "As President of the company he has
displayed the same skill and ability as in
the position of . Vice President. .He is
the most industrioua man I ever knew.
and bow he manages to accomplish so
much work without killing himself is to
me a marvel.. He is the first man on
deck at the gas office in the morning,
and long before any of the clerks put in
an appearance the President can be
found seated at the desk at his privet
office opening his huge pile of mail mat
ter and answsrincc letters. He is the
last man to leave the office at night. No
matter how minute or apparently unim
portant an affair may be, he gives it the
seme attention he would that which , in
volved millions of dollars. . Thejsubord
laates in the employ of the gas compa
ny to a man hold him in the highest re-
Captain Wilbur F. Batman, the Re
puoucas una - m vujuu(i cuuaij,
was one of the public officials whose
books were examined ' by "Jajhawker"
the Cincinnati .Enquirer correspondent
who was deputed to 'try and And out
something: to the disadvantage of these
keepers of . public trusts, and we ap
pend the verdict,- which is no better
than we should expect of him whom
we knew asjaa .honest 'student In his
eHege inyaV-wir K:i : V V- .-
Tie following is wJsyhawker's" letter
omiting the references to the snerifls: ' '
-C4oond peculations hare to frequent
ly come under my notice recently that it
is a real gratification to find one officer
whose whole record, from his Induction
to office, has been free from that species
of petit Inreeuy" Called overcharging in
costs.' But I have found one of that
kind in the person of ". .
. .' CAPTADT WILBUR F. OTSsflsT V
The Republican clerk of this county.. I
have found some errors, but none of
them exceeding ten cents; and In ever
six thousand cost bills which . I looked
over in kin office, I do not think the
whole of them would aggregate $300,
wail I am certain he has lost -as much
as $1,000 by undercharges. When I
first went to his office, on Friday of last
week, be was absent in Detroit, and I
supposed I would have to await his re
tarn before being allowed to look at the
records; but, when I stated the object of
my visit. Deputy Forrest said the office
was open to me. and the Deputies
would aid me nil they could.- Mr. Lowe,
who taxes the costs in civil cases, joined
me, and kepi the docket and papers at
my hands, so that 1 had no trouble In
getting what I wanted." c--- .
Young Men Their Personal Ro
,: 4. : possibility. :
v, (Fioss The Christian Advocate.!
It U a popular belief among those who
have had least experience and observa
tion, that a reckless or vicious youth is
the outgrowth of a childhood neglected
or unloved; tsat low. habits are a copy of
soma pernicious home example, or the
natural recoil from undue precision
there; that looseness of morals comes
either from loose training, or an equally
unwise strictness in parental . discipline;
that if the home had . bean comfortable
and attractive, and he had found proper
forbearance and kindness there, the son
had not gone astray.
Fathers and mothers of ordinary intel
ligence are familiar with the' oft-epoken
and much-written "repetitions concerning
their dnty to their .children, and agree
that sertatn Indulgences, other restraints,
'and n eonstant regard for the many end
peculiar requirements of the child-nature
are necessary to provide such a home at
mosphere as shall not repel, but win
them by its gentler influences, and com
mand respite for its direct instructions ?
It is .the oniverssl Christian theory by
such means to rear to virtuous lives, and
save even the low-born sad those of vi
cious parentage: Many times It Is suc
cessful, so often that no child should fail
of his best possibilities by any neglect to
do the utmost to help him. . -
Those who are most happily constitu
ted and cueumstaaeed. who have physi
el vior, healthy propensities, virtuous
, Instinct, and fortunate surroundings.
find btUc!ey enough in escaping evO
and being good. We are not greatly
surprised that children taken from or
phanages, picked up from the streets,
or adopted from houses of refuge do
sometimes, after years of honest train
ing, obey soma latent Instinct of vice,
and turn out dishonest snd low; but so
ciety is never prepared to see the. chil
dren of the respectable and the good
known to have been carefully reared, nd
to have had ret before them a virtuous
example, develop into lawless and wick
ed youths. Yet who of extended no-
quaintance;cannot recall a sad proces
sion of such as these, and in families
where the moral and. religious example
was of a positive nature, and the par
ents. Instead of being thoughtless and
neglectful, gave to the guidance of their
children their utmost wisdom and loving
care? Do rebslious, ungrateful, wicked
sons receive some special Inspiration of
evil to make them unaccountably oppo
site to any thing they have been taught
or learned at homer ' And what mystery
of fate or providence is this that defies
the universal law of cause and e&ect.and
ottee reserves for the conscientious and
the painstaking parental bosom the keen
anguish that would seem the natural har
vest of the careless and the unreflecting?
In searching for the cause, we think
we find that doing every thing for chil
dren, and leaving them almost nothing
to do for thenuolves, is productive of
some of this evil. The average child of
the middle and upper classes in life has
multiplied opportunities educational
and religious where his parents had few,
helps to mental improvement, leisure for
aooomplishments, time for - recreation,
provision for amusement and little or
nothing demanded in the way of tasks
pertaining to the supply of his own
wants - ' ;
Parents in very moderate circumstan
ces taks upon themselves hard lives of
toil and self-denial, that their children
may have such advantages and such free
dom from care as ' seems to them will
mako the latter both happy and good.
Fathers and mothers expect by this
plan to develop in their children only
their belter propensities, diminish, their
temptations, and while they make of
them ladies and gentlemen, prevent also
any excuse for lawlessness and wrong
doing. ' r-
After givii-g their sons no other hard
ships than the learning of. their school
tasks, parents are grievously and justly
disappointed to see them la thai young
manhood disposed to self-indulgent, in
dolent lives, strong only In i elfish nets
and obstinacy in pursuing easy, down
grade paths of sin. ' ;
If there is will-power enough to scheme
for self-gratification, and - to overcome
obstacles in the way of gross appetites,
it should not be wanting in the ability to
keep religious vows, to protect inviolate
a pledge, or to bold to habits of an hon
est manhood. Self-reliance united to
the Christian faith Is Imperative In form
ing a symmetrical character. Ministers
cannot carry their recreant boys to the
good-world; mothers can 'love and do
for, and teach and pray for' their grow
sons, but they cannot compel them to
lives of virtue if the sons choose other
wise. The Sunday school can make
known the commandments, but It can
not enforce their keeping, or oblige any
to accept the provisions of the gospel.
The excuse of irresponsibility is as old
ss Adam, and has wrought much mis
chief. The pulpit is powerless, the
Church impotent, pure homes are inef
fectual, if young man wills to follow
the baser promptings of his nature.
There is no more need of the sons of a
family turning out badly than there is of
the average daughter, if they make
equal effort at self -control.1 ' '
The ranks of fallen women are mainly
recruited from the lowest social strata,
and society does not tolerate the pres
ence of a woman whose name is not
above suspicion. But the good, family
of a debased youth tides him over all so
cial obstructions, and he is admitted
among the best, though his victim is for
ever under ban. The world is so ready
to overlook the mistakes and follies and
even the grave errors of young men,
they have every encouragement to ref
ormation they are so heartily reinsta
ted, trusted, helped. Bad habits are
contagious, and are often picked up and
practiced, until real disgust or a growth
of better sense causes them to be put
aside for ever, like a youth's worn-out
or out grown garments. Perhaps no
permanent harm results, and every one
forgets the folly and forgives the boy.
But for the crimes against ; society
which are deliberate, and from first to last
ere earthly, sensual,devllish,no soft excu
ses are to be spoken. To premcdltaded
villainy Christian charity does not ap
ply. Occasionally, by a swift retribu
tion, the dark paths of a young man's
life are suddenly, laid bare, and the
shame and . sorrow that , overwhelm
guilty wrongdoer and innocent friends
prove anew how surely he that sows to
the wind must reap the whirlwind.
, The son, the brother. Is the center of
hope la the family. If he does well, all
are proud of him ; if he la tempted, all
are anxious.' There cannot be warmth
and light and elegance enough in a pala
tial home to make it cheerful. If the son
spends his evenings where he should
not; but the bouse need not be wide or
the furnishing pretentious to make the
fireside delightful, if the children are
virtuous, and find their moat frequent
entertainment and chief happinc
there ,V ' :
'. Ia every towa and city there Is a sad
proportion of young men of weak moral
character, and given to expensive and
degrading habits, who have no excuse to
offer on account of parents, sisters, or
homes; and it is far too common among
well-meaning people to make oat as ir
responsible, unrestrained persons of
everv degree of viciousnesv. Criminal
acts, moral short-comings, snd mental
deficiencies sre alike referred to heredi
tary taint, domestio infelicity, unhappy
hemes, emotional Insanity, anything not
the real cause, that the human heart ia
deceitful above all things and desper
ately wicked e malady as old as the
race, and for which no specific is known
except God's grace.!
The ' Lord, questioning the guilty
Cain, did not epologixs for him by re-
ferriog-to his bring! ng-up, or to the in-
nuence oi evil companions, out wens up
recti v to the truth: - If thou doest not
well, sin Ileth at the door." ' - m. h.
The fext Congress.
Fioonxjia Tma Effect or thu CaU-
mbiu Eucnox. ' - :
WJLsmKOTonT, Sept. 8. Since it has
become known here that- California had
elected four Republican Congressman,
a good deal of figuring has been done as
to what effect it will have upon the po
litical complexion of the House of Rep
resentatives. It appears that in case
the election of President in 1880 should
be thrown into the House the Republf
cans would have a very slight advantage
in deciding it. According to the Con
stitution the vote in tho House must be
taken by States. Nineteen State dele
gations of the thirty-eight, including
California, are now Republican, eigh
teen are Democratic, and one, Indians,
is a tie between the Republicans and
Democrats, with De La Matyr as a bal
ance of power. Should he vote with
the Democrats the State would make
nineteen States that wonld vote for the
Democratic candidate, thereby tieiog the
House. Should he vote with the Repub
licans they would have twenty votes of
thirty-eight, and elect their man.
public oranoif .
Mr. Toomb'a Latest Error. '
"I wouldn't gin a d n for the Union,"
savs Robert Toombs, evidently laboring un
der the mistaken impression that the Valon
Is for sale. .
A Hard Hit.
' (From the Boston Herald.)
The blow that has been delivered In the
fsce of the Greenback era . In Mslne will
blacken the eyes of the Greenback era In
A 8ure Thing.
Trora the Indianapolis Journal.)
Ohio Is a sure thine for the Republicans,
snd the Democraey ttet It la their bones.
They hsve plsyed the Inflation card once too
often.". The people have dlseovsred . the
trick snd wOl drop on It "next montk. -
(from the Bt. Louis Times-Journal.)
The result In Maine wipes out the Green
back party from national politics. The
fight next year , will be unembarrassed by
third parties. It win be a struggle between
giants, and will settle the policy of the na
tion tor a quarter of a century.
(From the National Republican.)
Now It Is reported that Senator Lamar
Jnstlnea the murder of Dixon by Barkadale.
Thla la consistent at all events, for be justi
Cad Dixon In his murder of Republican vo
ters and publicly commended him for It,
whereby Mississippi wss "redeemed" to
home rule. .
A Text Tor Lamar's Speech.
. (From the Vlcksburg Herald, Den )
The wsy Dixon was killed may be ex
tremely legal, but It Is off considerably In a
moral point of view. It is Impossible to
morally ahoot a man In the back, and It was
not strictly moral to use a shotgun on htm.
when he bsd only a pistol. It Is ssserted
that Dixon threatened Mr. Bark (dale, and
therefore the Utter took hia shotgun to him.
This may be good lew, but It Is not good
moral. It would have been In accord with
good morals for Mr. Barkadale to have had
Mr. Dixon placed under arrest, and thus
prevented him from sssaalnatlng him. : The
world will never be convinced that Mr. Dix
on would hare been killed if he had not
persisted In remotes: for office.
Demosrats Strengthening Their
the Chicago Times.
The ' Southern programme of sponging
out all the war reform of the National
Constitution was not well planned to win
the admiration of the people In Maine, or
any party label, and excepting that reaction
ary Southern project, the so called Demo
cratic party has ss yet offered nothing snore
Inviting than the wretched "Ohio idea,"
which Is ss distasteful to Maine Democrats
ss the reactionary Southern programme la
to Northern men generally. Thus ' all
schemes of the Bourbon leaders tend to
strengthen their enemies. More distinctly
than the result In California, the result In
Maine can be regarded as a Northern re
sponse to the solid South project to "wipe
out" the fruits of the wsr.
The Majority Most Be Big.
(From the Cleveland Herald.)
It will not do "for Ohio to express In a
till, small voice, the opinion that she rather
disapproves the doctrine of secession and
repudiation, and thst she thinks that the
caucus of Confederate Brigadiers, In their
effort to usurp the authority of the Execu
tive, did hardly the proper thing. Ohio
muat bring her big foot down, and her voice
must be a voice to make the hills dance and
the earth to shake. It Is not merely to de
feat Mr. String that we must labor; it la to
ajvs Bilfradierlam and Fkvtiam auch a blow
betweea the eyes thst they shall be known
f men that Is, Ohio men no more. The
last time Ohio spoks on similar topics wss
when the patriotic Mr. Vallandlngham
asked if he might be her Governor. There
wss no mistaking the meaning of the re
mark shs msde on thst memorable occasion.
Let there be none this fsU.
The Only Difference.
(Portsmouth (O.) Trlb. snd Rep.)
The Okolona man Is simply
slngtng the same song he was taught by the
Ohio Democracy during the War. The only
difference between the Okolona editor and
some of his coadjutors In Ohio now Is, he Is
consistent and brave enough to stick to his
principles, while his Ohio Mends sre de
terred by policy and fear from doing so.
From the Okolona States.
The Tssoo matter has cost the Democrats
6,000 to 10,000 votes In Ohio. Indiana Cor.
Gibson Reveille. Can't help It If It costs
them over 50,000 votes. Better that Ohio go
unanimously Radical than have a single
county in old Mississippi remanded to ne
From the Okolona 8tates.
No man will ever be legaliy banned for
Secession on this continent NEVER.
Next tltne--if unfortunately, the next
time should come mercy will not be al
lowed to triumph over uatlce. Chicago
Next time If, unfortunately, the next
time should come, the blsck nag will be
unfurled, and the Federal soldiers will be
shot down like the dogs that they are whom
ever found. . "
. There will be no quarter.
It will be war to the knife and the knife
fhroneh the heart.
Ton had better stay at home "next time
if, unfortunately, the next time should
come, for morry win not be allowed to
triumph over Justice: .
Mark what we tell you now, you boastful
As Is perfectly natural It falls to
represent Mr. Lincoln In the Scotch skull-
cap ana ue outer poruons oi ni renaru
ble diicalaa In which be aaeaked Into Wash
ington, aud which created such disgust for
Clin in ine minds or reouiaoie men ox nia
party. Alexandria ( Va. ) Gasetto.
"Oh, no, they never speak of thatr .
Bnt the fact ought to be flung In the teeth
of the truculent Yankees whenever they
mention the Murder-hearted Monster of the
He wss a coward,
Cruel ss he wss cowardly,
Criminal as he was cruel
And, take hlra all-and-all, he was the most
Indecent and Infamous character that ever
played a part before the footlights of his
tory. Ilia earcasa ought to have been dragged
through the dirt, filth and alime to the
stake, awung np by the heels, snd burned to
If this performance had taken place In
the year of our Lord, 1861, It would hate
ssved a minion lives and untold treasure.
' No Irishman has sinking of the heatt
so long as there's a bit of Cork in him.
The front door step of fame is within
everybody's reach, but young men a-e
content to ait on a ahady beach all dsy.
industriously giving young ladies taffy
A recent picnic was turned Into a hol
low mockery by every fellow remember
ing to bring a corkscrew and depending
on somebody else to furnish the bottle.
Philadelphia Bulletin : The only trip
S ine people have taken this summer
was on a bananna skin, we are not au
Philadelphia Chronicle: Better lay in
tout coal now. Professor SchafTer of
Fotteville, in a lecture before the Society
for the advancement of science, says
the anthracite coal fields will be exhaus
ted in the year 2065.
IINorristown Herald: "How to Ull
bad eggs" is the title of an article in
an exchange. When you have any
thing to tell a bad egg. you must.be
careful not to break the shell while im
parting the information.
From the Marietta Register: Mrs.
Brush's dog Speed has been visiting at
Miss Cane's on Washington street.
This may be a pretty small item, but if
we are' going into the personal business
we may as well be thorough.
Prisoner, yon have committed a
frightful murder; at seventeen you have
committed an atrocious crime which
ranks you with Cb as lire Cox and the
Italian Darners. The prisoner (moo
estlj) Sorry ye flather met
The old goat tried to butt a circular
saw, and the subsequent proceedings
were but a trifle to what the bucksaw. JJ
That was an observing fellow, if he
was but six years old, who said: "Papa,
I wish that you'd quarantine against
Tom Jones coming heie every night to
see Jennie. It's got to be too epidemic.
A young man in Holy oke who got im
prisoned in a large refrigerator for three
hours, sata, wnen ne was reieaseu, mat
he felt as though he hsd just been en
tertained at a fashionable church socia
Lord Cockburn was seated one day on
the hillside of Bonnally with a Scotch
s icpherd. and noticing the aheep repo
sing in the coldest situation, ne ooservea
to him, "John, if 1 were a sheep. 1
ould lie on the other side of tbe hill."
The shepherd answered, "Ay, my
Lord, but if ye had been a sheep, ye
wsd have had malr sence."
At a party on Nelson street the other
evening the conversation appeared to be
dying out, when n bilious man observed
to a young Isdy on his right: "I don't
think they make pills ss large as they
used." After that the conversation
went on again
The boy who substitutes a living for n
dead hornet in the collection of a near
sighted entomologist, and then asks the
man of science to show him where the
insect's sting is located, should be held
responsible for any irreligious senti
ments the victim may advance.
Tbe boy stood on the back yard fence.
whence all but he had fled; the flames
that lit his fsther's barn showed just
above the shed. One bunch of crack
ers in his hand, two others in his hst,
with piteous accents loud he cried, "I
never thought of that." A bunch of
crackers to the tail of one small dog he
tied; the dog in anguiph sought the
barn,' and; 'mid the ruins died. The
sparks flew wide and red and hot, they
lit upon the brat; they fired the crackers
in hia hand and eke those in his hat.
Then came a burst of rattling sound
the boy I Where was be goner Ask of
the winds that far around strewed bits
of meat and bone, and scraps of clothes,
and balls and tops, and nails and hooks
and yarn the relics of that dreadful
boy that burned his father's barn.
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SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
checks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ;
a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with humming or throbbing
of the ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva-, slimy or furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
apictte var.able, sometimes veracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach ; - occasional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive ; stools slimy;
not unfrcquently tinged wuh blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, snd
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gene
ally irritable, &c. r . . .
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLAIJvS VERMIFUGE
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. As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
' BEWARE OF IXITATIOXR.
The fenuine arc never sugar coated.
- ' Lach box has a red wax seal on the lid with
.he impression Dr. McLaxk's Livkr Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of .C
Mc Lane aud Fleming Dros.
Insist upon having the genuine Or. C. Mc-I-ane'S
Lives Pills, prepared by Fleming
Ere., of Pittsburgh. Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name filcLdue,
spelled differently but same pronunciation.
rmtrFT thk im current.
BLOOD and LIVER SYRUP.
A PEERLESS REMEDY FOR
Scrofula, Whlu 8 well leas, Cancer, Kryslpelaa,
Chronic Sores, Gout, Syphilis, Tumors, Car
baacles. Salt Rheam. Malaria,
ajtd au msvASBS nniCATnra aw
IMPURE CONDITION OF THK BLOOD.
Cutaneooa eroptiona upon tbe raos or body do aos
aeceasarllr indicate tbe taint of Scrofula; but wheth
er tbe laaMloos poiaoa of that dire auuadr Is prsseat
ta tbe system or aot, errtslatttsthat
ScovilPs 2ilood and .
completely cures audi disorders. It tbe virus of
Scrof ala does exist m the veins, this maliihlraa ptrrt
flcr will root out every vesUse of It, No era pel re
malady, be it scrofulous or otherwise, can realat the
purtfyloc action of this safe and potent remedy,
which renders Ihe skta
CLEAR. SOFT. AJTD BEAtTTim.
'When ordinary nssdlcmea utterly tall to arrest tbe
Srosieaa of scrofulous ana other erupavedlaordera,
the psralsteut ute of this IncomparaMs deparent se
cures tbe desired result.
THIS GRAND RKMEDT
Is a compound of vegetable extracts, the chief of
SAR8APARIIXA and BTILLINOIA.
The euree effected by
BCOVUX'3 BLOOD AND LIVKB 8TRUP
are abaolnts, and their record Is umtlsugured by
failure. For sale by all Drusslsts. ao-eow-ly.
Dr. MOTT'S LIVER PILLS.
- THE GREAT CATHARTIC VBGITABLR
They rectify torpidity of Uie Llrer.
They give tone to the Stomach.
They act, without trtpms, upon tbe bowela.
They remove bile from the blood.
Tbey purify, regulate, and larlgotate tbe body.
specially to foretsa countries and the Tropica,
where disorders of the Liver and Bowels sre very
prevalent, ah-mid always carry a box of Hott's pais
with them. 60-cow-iy.
Dr. Rogers' Worm Syrup.
TnstsnUy destroys Worms and la recommended by
physicians aa the beat Worm Medicine la use.
Baker's Pain. Panacea,
Ton MAX AND BKAST.
or external and Internal use.
TVs sreateat Pain Believer or ths axe.
M -' eo-eowly.
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We are now receiving a
complete stock of '
in all departments, which wil
be sold at bottom prices.
We call Special attention to
.. AT . l-f-
l.OO, 1.25.aiid 1.40. .,
Also Striped and Checked
Silks in all qualities, at low
, The largest Stock of
Oarpeto Had :
ever offered in this section.
Good Yard Wide ?loor Oil
.. Cloth 22 ceato.
.. . ..." . ; ! ' . . : '. -i
Bates Crochet ; Quilts tl.OO
Peerless Carpet Warp 16 eta.
Mttdras and Pounce Gingham
: 12 13 eettts.
A Very Large Stock of
Striped and Cheeked Pique, at
- Seents. ';
A Very Large Stock of
t From. Cneap to Good.
A large line Umbrellas very
Baldwin, Lanndoxi & Co,
'w n t; ( (I ,.
The Seat XSnowzi to the trade.
. I ! .!,.- - . ' prlce :
Utica IT. Y. Hills, or Wainsutta 2400 , Linen, $25.00
It . t
ft . tt 1
t. ....' U
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 work in New York and other
eastern cities. We furnish a nicer shirt and from $3.00 to
$5.00 per dozen cheaper than the small factories and guarantee
perfect fit and satisfaction. " Measures taken at the New York
lo thing House. '
Cheese Vats, ': ' . ,
- Milk Cans, '
" Testing Instruments.
' Cheese Tryers, -:
. Curd Knives, -i
Curd Pail, :,
1 Iron Clad Milk Pails, I
Fairbanks Standard ' ; Scales,
Evury thing that pertains
to the manufacture of cheese
and butter furnished at the
lowest; prices. , Opposite the
American House Weliington.
ayear. Sea4T rents In ene cent
Me, retail prlcn 25 cents, snd learn
sue 10 siake S2S0u a roar. No kass-
KnavsL fatal thfawaw wao mran bijslnaia nMtM) aalT.
; . n , . , - A. T. BUCK CO.. atUtuo, Pa,
FRANK H. CHUBCHIIi,:
Oberlln - ' .Ohio, '
Pianos and Organs Repaired.
AU Work Warranted to Give
TESTIMONIALS. ' ," . '
This is to certify that we, tho nnder
signed, have employed Mr. F. Chur
chill as a Tuner and Repairer, and that
the work for us has given entire satis
faction. , .
Prof. Rice, , Prof. Wright, :
Prof. Cady, ... Prof. Severance.
Prof. Davis, Prof. Blakeslee,
. Prof. Sweet. ...
g Orders left with J. . W. Hough ton
will receive prompt attention. . ; 37-tf
TO Sean A Tear or as to
s a oay ia your own iw
llty. No risk. Women
aa well aa men. ataar
make more than amount
stated abora. We one eaa fall to make ;monry fast
An? one can do tbe work Ton can make from arty
cents to two dollars aa hour by derotlns yor eyy
nlnn and .parts time to this business. It cost notn
Ins totrytbe hualaess. Nothing like It for money
auklas ever offered before. Business plemaaati and
strictly honorable. Reader. If you want lo koowall
ahowt Ihe best paylas baslnes. rfore .Pob"?
us your sddrsas sad we will send roufell parUcuUrs
aadprlTate terms free; samplea worth $5 lp frej
tob eaa ttren make np your mind for yoorscu. aui
Sress GKOBttK BTuTsoN CO.. PortUad. f-f
Superior Whiteness and Fine
nesa, and absolutely purity;
' in our brand . of strictly ,
" and will pay THIRTY
DOLLARS for every o'ince of
audalteration found in ond
' of our packages. . '
T. H. NKVIN & CO.', .
- i Pittsburgh, Pa. .
. Bald wia, " Laundon Co., Soto
Agents, Wellington, Ohio. . 1 3tf. ,
COO S. TZAR for boswst. ra WW rent tmsf-
wase alia or aawnta. w wsiusTt nana
aiwoTK. Aaurcaa t.o-VArmataTtTJs auhi x.
JaUdleoa, lad. di-dm.
Sale DHLs ?i
'printed ' at this offiesi
aaort notice ana on
Giva bs a naU.
.. . f - ..... ; , ( il ... ' .l.l.,
Z CVRZS IN ONB lOATOTB. . 1
. atwara Of CuuaUrfelts. '. aaVeew-iy -
: : .
Ayer's Cathartic Fills,
For all the purpoaaa of a Family Phyaio ;
and for eurinirCostiveneas, Jaundioe.
Indicewtion, foul Stomach. STeath,
Meadache, Eryaiplaa xtheuma
tism, Eroptiosta and Stan Dineaaea, .
SUiouaness, Dropsy, Tumors,
' Worms, Hemnlnas aa a Din- :
'' - nerFiU, for purifying the Blood,
Are tne mosc
effective - ami
gative ever dis
sure -mild, but
1 1 o n, ; nioving1
tle in their op
arc still the most thorongh and search-.
ing cathartic medicine that . can be,
employed: cleansing the stomach and,
bowels, and even the blood. In small .
doses of one pill a day, tuey stimulate
the digestive organs and promote vig
orous healttu ; - r . ''
Ayer's Ulls have liccn known for
more than a quarter of a century, and
have obtained a world-wide reputation
for their virtues. They correct dis
eased action in the several assimila-;
tive organs of the body, and are so
composed - that obstructions - within
thelr range can rarely withstand or
evade them. Not only do they, cure'
the cvery-day complaints of every-;
body, but also formidable and dangcr--ous
diseases that have baffled the best
of human skill. While they produce .
powerful effects, they are, at tho same
time, the safest and best physic for
children. - By their aperient action -they
gripe much less than the common
purgatives, and never give pain when '
the bowels are not inflamed. They
each the vital fountains Of the blood, '
arfd strengthen the system by freeing
it ilrotn the elements of weakness.
- Adapted to all ages and conditions
in aU - climates, containing neither
calomel .nor any deleterious -- drag,
these 1MUS may be taken with safety ,
by anybody. . Their sugar-coating pre
serves tJiem ever fresh and makes
them pleasant 'to taker while being
purely vgc table, no harm can arise
from their use in any quantity. -?- -
Dr. J. C. AYER L CO., Lowell, Mass
PnotSwal nd AaaalTtleal Chaaatsts. J
SOU BT IU. OKUCGISTS KVEKTWOKKK.
c Lost; How - -EEST0IIED.
. . w . AjatwtAaa. svT TVs SaT ttp-iTTsl
eelebrat eawy on the radical cure jwHhoe) ; medl-
Kll 'lOUUlCUC . - . . .
Price. In a sealed enYwlope. only stz cents.
The celebrated author, la nils aaroirapie rmn
ritulr aemon.trte. rrooi a tolrty yean' suecwarul
Lut be radically cured without tbe danaerous
wMof Internal medlolBe or the application of the
knife; aolnUnK out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain and eOectaal, by meana of which erery
suaereT. no matter wW his eoodlttou may he, nay
cure himself cheaply. prlTately and radically. .. .
5Ta-Thl lecture will prove a boon to thousands
Sent under seal, la a phi la envelope, to say address,
post-paid, on receipt of six cents ur a postase stsmps.
Address U PubUahers, . . ' .
The CulverweU Helical Co.,
. : 41 Ann St.. Now York,
P. O- Box 4B86, ?'
Frirua UtUA SOS I
9. CUrt S.,Ckuaea. I
tu. Ct7aeaiJ. all I
rrtTau, UnS a I
IM.U bT mall If jmtm.
a. mt Hum rani.
PlBkll PlilMI. I
It.u m u.a.r.ii..,
DlMaa eT TmiS aad
StubMdl a WMlia ml
LU- mm Owth-H
I nnl.i aad ralubU la-
ralaabl. lafcnulM I
kmlT . root tM
IawUM aev.r ataaa -Mkkxa.
m.M be lUiaa "
aaaarna, Dr. a. a.
OLlS. JO Ctert St.
WaMSl7TTA HUSLJJT BEST IRISH
jvsap si srwrrzy-asanaw
Hade to measure eaasaleta,
o xva BniaiSi t
- 1 "- i
Kenl s'ldrass on metal card for aunnlei ind
mtilmvlfli dtrcctlona for si If una. I
OIBER bOTHKHaSlHO W.4th 6 1. a nclnnatl.O
Uea'l Affta. Jain.
caoiiTwtciis. Mo. .
A MOUTH Ousisateed.
Sis a day at noane made by
the Industrious. Capital
not required: we wOl etart
yoa. aten. women, beys,
clria, maks money faster at
work for na than at aay-
thlns; else. The work Is rls t and pleasant, ana snea
ma any one can so riant at- Those who are wise who
aee lifts notice wIU send s "eA
imd see for themserrea. Costly Outfit and terms free.
Kow la tin? time. Those already at work are laylns
up large sums oi money. A tares TBUK CO.,
HENRY'S CARB0UC SALVE
(Beware of Counterfeits.)
The Most PowerfuJ Healing
- Agent of the Age. 7"! .." . n
Henry's Carbolic Balre aires lbs worst sores. -Bearr's
Carbolle Sain' a Ban the DaIn!of buraa.
Henry's CarboUe Salve cures all eeawttoas.
Henry's CarboUe Salve teals pimples and btotrhrs.
Uenrj's Carbolic Balra will heal euta aad trains. -
Ph vsictaas give It the ois;aest reoomraensl- -
Henry's CarboUe Sdtve
Uasedextetiarraly ia Hospitals, snd la rotsad so B
not only a thoroas pwHSer and itlslufi i sisS. be
alaetlMnvostwonderfelaad speedy be sites 1 1 audi
.. AakforHBKBra, awlUlCsnsetaeT.
.'disswiy -v.-' . ,;-v.;
A S-oodv' Plaiu
The most pro". table way at deallnc In st.esa ai hy
eouthtnlnc many orders end eo operatinc tbesn aa a
wnoia. .iTivjns; pronts pre rata snins. sli
eccoraina to tne market, monthly, t
thus secures all the adreutages of tmv
sua expernncea skill, and can use any
tea dollars to ten thousand dollars, c
equal Imnorskmate success, ' 'New Tc
porter'' and new circular mailed free, fall uafi
wo. nr any one to operate successfully.
Co.. aiBac isnau Vsaee. M.Y. ,
r more, with