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Thursday, Oct. 30, 187.
J.W. HOUGHTON. M. n. HOUGHTON,
The election haying passed and the
result being satisfactory, at least to the
Republican, we think it not worth
while to continue discussion of local po
litical questions farther. If the can
vass haa assumed more of a personal
character than haa been agreeable, the
Democracy hare themselres to thank
for it, since the managers of that party
lint opened op on that line, it haying
been the settled policy of the Repnbll
cans not to reeort to such method un
less in self defence. If, however, Mr.
Wadsworth should think it is due him
to bo allowed a chance to reply, we
shall feel obliged to give him apace in
oar next inane, and that must certainly
close the controversy for this campaign.
This, however,' will not prevent our in
troducing political questions of a gener
al nature. We have some very decided
opinions ' on these matters and shall
give no uncertain sound in treating of
them, though we da not design to be
personal or necessarily oflensive to those
of a different faith.
Uagasones for November.
Harper's Magazine has besides the se
rials, papers by W. S. Biding, 8. Q. W.
Benjamin, Prof. H. W. Elliott, J. C.
Beard,1 and A. A. Hayes, Jr., all of
them Illustrated. . The poems are by C.
P. Cranch and Robert Herrick, the lat
ter writing "Upon Julia's Clothe" and
The Cobbler's Catch," which are illus
trated by Abbey. . Among the stories is
"A Legend of an Hollow Ere," by Mrs.
Georgiana S.Hall. Mr. Bideing's article
about "The Old National Pike," will be
read with interest, showing how they
traveled in ye olden time" from East to
West across the AUeghanies. v
8crlbner,s Monthly has also an article
by W. H." Bideiog, describing the French
Quarters of New. York. . E. . P. Roe
writes about Snceess with Small Fruits"
and Samuel Parsons, Jr., concerning
"Rare Lawn-Trees." The Mississippi
jetties are described by the resident en
gineer, S. L. Curt hell. Extracts from
the Journal of Henry J. Raymond, is
edited by his son, H. W. Raymond. The
number - has "A Bedouin song" in the
f ac simile of the hand-writing of Bayard
Taylor, with an excellent portrait of the
dead poet opposite. Other interesting
papers are "The Agricultural Distressn
Great Britain" and '-Picturesque Fea
tures of Kansas Farming."
The Long Evenings. How Shall
... ,Tb.ey be Spent P .
For six months to come there will be
from two to four hours between lamp
light and bed-time. Shall we give to
that time Its proper value, and consider
it in its relations to future usefulness and
happiness T A great many persons will
think only how they will manage to pass
it without the hours hanging heavily.
Some are never so miserable as wheujltf t
to their own resources; have no ability
to entertain themselves, no thought of
needing to know any more than what
they can pick np by hearing the gossip
and banter, coarse anecdotes and boast
ful recitals of other idlers. Reading to
themselves is altogether too much like
work or too doll and uninteresting, and
puts them to sleep like an opiate.
It is a great pity when the habiU of
early life have been unfavorable to the
.formation of habits of resiling or of im
proving time to some useful purpose.
There is little hope of those past their
youth changing verj greatly in this res
pect, and the most that can be done
must be for children and young people .
The .necessities of life have compelled
many mothers to do housework all day,
and before ready-made garments or mit
tens and stockings were as easily pro
cured as now, the evenings had to be
mostly devoted to sewing and knitting,
and by the time of life that their cir
cumstances were so improved that they
could be at leisure for mental cultiva
tion, the eyesight was often so impaired
that reading by lamplight could be en
joyed only to a limited extent. The
bard-worked fathers and mothers who
made the most of their slender opportu
nities, and toiled industriously to give
their children better means of education.
are not to blame for their deficiencies;
but young people of to-day who have
books and papers, access to libraries,
opportunities at school and pleasant
homes and leisure in which to study, are
very much to blame if they do not go a
long ways ahead of their parents in ob
taining the information to be found in
books. Any one who chances to be on
our streets or in the stores of an even
ing and it is no worse here than in oth
er towns must be impressed with the
amount of time, worse than wasted, by
men and boys in lounging, and in foolish
jest and laughter, if they do nothing
Enough time is frittered awsy In this
manner to become good accountants,
waned in the sciences, accomplished in
penmanship, and intelligent in a multi
tude of directions. The claims of bust
ness, domestic cares, the hard struggle
to meet common necessities in a few
year may absorb all the time of these
young people. Very few will ever again
find the leisure for reading and literary
cultivation that they have as boys and
girls. What business man in Welling
ton can conveniently enter upon a course
of historical reading, or scientific re
search, or spend half hours with Shakes
pear or Milton or Walter Scott? Not
one in ten can any more than hurriedly
read his newspaper, or get more than an
abstract of current national topics to say
nothing of closer application to literary
reading. The golden opportunities for
these pursuits is in youth when mina
and body are less likely to be over-taxed
and the memory is most retentive.
A great deal can be accomplished by
forming reading circles where certain
. subjects shall be investigated and dis
cussed. . It is a real help to compare
what we have learned and hear what
Others have found out. A number of
persons coming together 111 find more
varied sources of information, and de
velop original lines of thought, quite
surprising to one who has studied alone.
The Chautauqua literary circles formed
here and in many other towns all over
the United States, is a long step in the
right direction, and will bear astonishing
fruit in the increased intelligence of
Bible scholars and Sunday School teach
ers. The long evenings in country
homes are highly favorable to consecu
tive reading and study, and industrious
pursuits. Anything is more profitable
than frittering time away, here a little
and there a little, and no application or
industry anywhere. The - people, who
need this freedom from confining care
are the very ones who never find time to
indulge in it, and it is they who see most
clearly what grand opportunities some of
these idle chatterers are losing in the
manner in which they spend their evening.
Mr. P. W. Frink's Letter.
Mr. Frink's letter in yonr last issue
apparently furnished a conclusive an
swer to those who denied that he re
quested the publication of the article
entitled This is Not a Dream," in the
Ashland Republican paper. The pith
of the letter is in the following sent
ence: -'When you could not find the
Daper that contained the circular, so I
could read it, I did positively request
you to have it printed in the Ashland
pt.per. do it appears mat at ine time
he made the request for the circular to
be published, he nad not read it ana
knew nothing or its character, except
as it might have been represented by
Mr. Wadsworlh; while all the represen
tations of Mr. W led us to suppose
that he had read it, that he approved it,
and was anxious to have it published in
the Ashland Republican paper, for the
purpose of defeating Mr. Horr's elec
Having learned something of the true
state of the case, Mr. Frink has been
interviewed with the following result:
Mr. Frink says, "When in Wellington
Mr. Wadsworth told me of the circular,
said it contained a true account of Mr.
Horr's connection with the Miner, Par
ker & Co., affair, and would ha pub
lished, and when he failed to find one
for me to read. I did ask him to hsve it
published in the Ashland paper. Haw-
ever, I did not ask or expect it to be
published in a Republican paper, or the
Ashland Times. The name of either
paper was not mentioned, nor did he
give me any intimation that he under
stood me to request its publication in
the Ashland Times. Ha said himself
that it would be published, and I asked
that it might be sent to Ashland that It
mlcrhi p.nmA tinder mi notice. I oclv
requested its publication there that I
might learn what it contained and be
able to i adze whether it was true, ana tr
true that the public might be informed.
My request was not made lor the pur
pose or aiding in the circulation of the
statement, or influencing any one
againat Mr. Hurr. Nor was it an ex
pression of my belief in the truth of
statements which at that time I had
not seen. I supposed it would be sent
to the Ashland Press for publication,
and said nothing to indicate any other
it will ne rememnerea that in his let
ter to the Ashland Times, Mr. Wads
worth said. "By request of some of
your supporters and ' Republicans of
Sullivan, 1 enclose the printed docu
ment for publication. He also claimed
in an article published in the Welling
ton Extsbpriss in justification of his
attempt to secure the circulation of the
"document' in the "Ashland Times,"
that he was requested to do so by a
leading Republican of Sullivan town
ship, and that ten Republicans to one
Democrat were engagea in mat very
laudable work. But Mr. Frink ssys he
did not dream he, Wadsworth, would
seek the insertion tf the aiticle in a 113-
publican journal. He says he positively
expected it wouia oe puoiisnea in ine
Ashland Press; a Democratic paper.
Now in view or the foregoing facts the
reader can judge whether Mr. Wads
worth wants that money. remember
that the offer was "to bet fifty dollars
that Perry Frink of Sullivan, wilt ssy
that D. L. Wadsworth does not tell the
truth when he states that he (Frink) re
quested him to write the Republican pa
per of Ashland, requesting the puonca
tion of the slanderous sheet that was is
sued against Mr. Horr." Mr. Frink
does state that he requested its publica
tion, but not in a Republican paper.
Mr. Wadsworth gives the public to
understand by fair inference that Mr.
Frink had read, or heard the circular
read, and asked its publication for the
purpose of exposing and injuring Mr.
Horr, whereas he did it simply for in
formation. Mr. Wadsworth having
assured him that it would be published
anyhow as campaign literature, and
thinking that if it got into the Ashland
Press, that the celebrated "document"
which Mr. Wadsworth sought for so
earnestly, and which contained so lucid
an exposure of black and damnable
deeds, it would the more readily fall
under his eye.
But Mr. Wadsworth wants that fifty
dollars, does he So does the mid
night robber, and with about equal
reason and justice. Mr. Wadsworth
failed to put up his money in time, or
he would be minus that little sum, sure.
If he wants to know connection of par
ty, let him call on the Secretary of the
"Republican Club," and he will show
him a man who is willing to bet on a
half dosen other propositions snecting
his credibility on political matters, with
a dead certainty of winning them all.
And "All other statements about me
can be answered as easily, and the
truth will be on my side, as it haa been
in this and others I have answered.
Great heaving! "The truth will be on
his side." His whole political course
would be round a stranger to truth
Indeed, I believe I could find a man
who would be willing to net nfty doi
lars that the truth politically is not in
him, and fifty dollars more that he has
not an acquaintanc In Wellington who
would take the bet. - The people have
had such an Insight into the character of
Democratio fairness and consistency,
and honesty, that even a wayfaring
man ought to be able to comprehend
It was before well known how the lead
ers of that party managed politics in
New York. Baltimore, and other of our
large cities, to say nothing of Louisiana,
Mississipi, and several other States
which have been made solid for the
Democracy by fraud and violence and
aiurder, though honestly that party was
in a hopeless minority; but on this
Western Reserve, and in this county ol
Iiorain-where its Democratic editor has
for these many years bjen crying 'fraud'
and holding up to public contempt and
ridicule, the short-comings and moral
delinquincies of the Republicans, we
bad expected better things. But, alas,
it is the old cry of "stop thief" taken
np by the rascal himself to throw his
pursurers oil hi track.
And now if Mr. Wadsworth has such
undiminished confidence in his ability
to deny or explain the other charges
made against him, perhaps he will for
the satisfaction of the temperance peo
ple, "Try, try again" his hand, and clear
np the statement that he set np the
drinks free for the delegates at the Dem
ocratio Convention, after having taken
an iron clad temperanoe pledge. I wait
for an answer. C.
The International Dairy Fair Asso
ciation for 18X9, offer $S0 for creamery
butter made anywhere in June, Sep
tembr, October and November, 1879.
Same for dairy butter made In same
months, and for best of each made In
any one of tho dairy states of the North.
A prize of $50 for the best print but
ter is aUo offered, and a sweepstakes
class Is made of those taking the first
prizes In esch state and other classes,
and a first prize of $100, a second of
$90, a third of $30, . fourth of $70, and
a fifth of $G0 is offered. Similar prizes
are offered for cheese, and Francis D.
Moulton & Co.. offer In addition, $100
to the exhibitor taking the first prize
in the sweepstskes class for butter, and
$100 to the exhibitor taking the first
prise In the sweepstskes class for
cheese If the goods are salted with
Ashton's Factory Filled Salt.
No entry fee for goods going Into that
class. The quantity required for esch
exhibit are of creamery butter, 200
pounds; dsiry butter, 60 pounds;
cheese, 350 pounds.
Late News Notes.
The north wing of Bethany College,
W. Virginia, was totally destroyed by
fire, Oct. 23J. Supposed to be Incen
diary in origin. The college libraries
were entirely consumed.
Rev. McEendre Pittenger, formerly
a Presbyterian clergyman, was ordsined
by Bishop Bedell, at St. Paul's Episco
pal Church, Cleveland, last Sunday,
and will assume the rcctorate of St.
Luke's Church, Broadway, and Grace
Coroner Patterson was summoned to
LaGrange, Monday morning, to hold
an Inquest on the body of Wro. Merri
am, 30 years of age, a clerk in the dry
goods store of D. L. Gott. Mr. Merri
am died the Saturday morning previ
ous from an overdose of morphine; by
whom administered remains to be
found out. The wife of deceased and a
Mr. Uandyside, teacher In tho schools
who boarded in the family, are under
unpleasant suspicion, and their friends
think very unjustly.
In a collision, of freight trains nesr
North Amherst the 23d, Owen Nugent,
a conductor, had a leg badly broken
and the other crushed.
The Oberlin Gazette says that Mr.
John McGrangh has moved Into his
new house, corner of West and Elm
The new j dl at Delaware, O., proved
to be no jail, since six prisoners escaped
from it Monday, st 6 o'clock In the
The remains of Bodie the discoverer
of the Bodie mining district, who per
ished in a snow storm twenty years
ago, Lave just been been found. He
left a family in New York State.
October 27th, 1879.
The pound party given for tie benefit
of the band, was a snceess. Every one
came, as it seems, for a good time, and
they had it. The receipts were about
The M. E. District Conference will be
held in this place in November. A
large number of ministers will be pres
The wheat crop through this town
ship is looking well, except where the
fly" is at work.
Byron F. Flickengers house is pro
gressing. It promises to be nice and
comfortable. Slt Johk.
October 17. 1879.
Although nothing has been said about
us for sometime, it is not because noth
ing has been done. All hsve been so
busy that we have obeyed the editor. A
few months ago he told ns if any thing
of interest occurs, keep it to yourself;
still we do not blame the editor for not
making his paper more interesting.
Mr. Hugh Mosher is visiting his
daughters in Perry, Lake county.
Charley Green spent last Sabbath with
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Clark are liv
ing on the old homestead with his par
ents. May success and happiness ever
attend we young couple.
The Methodist society has a new pas
tor. Its former pastor. Rev. E. L. War
ner, has gone to the southern part of the
State. He carries with him the best
wishes of the people, while the new pas
tor, Jttev. a. tr. Jones, receives a hearty
On Tuesday. Oct. 14th. Mrs. H. R
Seeley gave a party In honor of its b-
ing the seventy-fifth birth-day of her
father. Deacon Smith. The meats be
gan to arrive about eleven, A. M. Form
ing new acquaintances and renewing old
ones occupied the time until nearly three
. M., when the guests were called to
the dining room, where they found
a table loaded with good things, to
which, after a blessing had been asked.
all did justice. About half-past four,
thinking that it was not probable that
all would meet again in this world, they
joined In singing "A charge to keep
I have," after which they were led in
prayer by Rev. Abel Wood of Spencer
After this they began to disperse. Thus
closed a day that will be remembered by
all who were there. All enjoyed it
greatly, and the farewells were all con
cluded with "may we all meet in heav
en." Sickness and other causes kept
nan or the invited ones away; of those
who were prevented were some of the
following ages: the oldest, Mr. Leonard
Loveland, eighty-five; Mrs. Everson,
(Dr. Rust's mother,) seventy-nine ;one was
seventy-seven, two were seventy-five.
two seventy-one, three sixty-nine, one
sixty-seven and one fifty-eight. The lat
ter was the wife of one who was seventy-
five, or she wonld have been too young to
E ection is over and the Republicans
VTxLLixGTOrf, O Oct. 20th, 1879.
Jin. Editor: I wish through the
columns of your paper to announce the
gathering of relatives and friends at the
residence of our townsman, Mr. M. V.
B. Brown, s, on Saturday, the 18tb, it
being the twenty-fifth anniversary of
tlielr marriage. Guests began arriving
about 10 o'clock A. M. When all were
gathered they were served with a
splendid supper, after which all who
wern incline J enjoyt-d themselves by
dancing, ball playing and other a in use-
At 13 o'clock P. M., the festivities
came to and end. Our genial host and
lady were tho recipitents of many valu
able and useful presents. A nice pre
sentation speech was made by one of
the guests, to which our host appropri
ately responded. All join in ssylng it
was one of the best times they ever par
ticipated In, and long life to our host
and lady are our sentiments.
Br Om wuo was There.
J. "W- "Wilbur
A Large Stock Of
Before The Recent
Advance in. Frioes.
BUYING YOUR STOVES
He Intends to Sell at Greatly
FROM PRESENT PRICES.
Hemember that a Dol
lar saved is better than a Dol"
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Dr. MOTT'S LIVER PILLS.
THE CHEAT CATlLaltTIC VEC1TAULB
TUcy rectify torpidity of tli Liver.
They k1t torn to the Stomach.
They act. without griping, up the boWeH.
Tuey rcuiura bile Iruiu ike biuud.
They purify, regulate, and Invjiate the bodf.
pertally to foreU'M Cuua'.rlee and lb? Trp!.-.
.rude disorder of the Liver and ttiwela are wry
rrrT.lcac, n.-ulj always Carry a Ux of Mull Till
l'cnirr the life ccrkest.
3L00D and LIVER SYrtUP.
A EI21tLE3S KKMEDV KUK
Scrofula. WUIte Sa-el'lnga. Cancer. ErylU.
Chrculc Sara. Uuut. Sypr.ill. f uuu.n. C'.r
buoclea. Salt Itheum. MaKria.
AMD ALL PlkKAaC, iXDlCATIXU AX
IMPL'UE CONKITIO.V OP 1 1IS lLt D
CuuuMsvuacrup;t. ua upm the f ac ur body do r-ot
aaeirHy InJlcata the ulot of aoruf jla; ta. vii
r the In.ldluu pel" iku dire mala :y la i re out
'm ill- .yuriti iw am. r r:ai It ta thu
A'cov's ZUoorl and
ttipta y cure aach dlfrwdcra. If the rim ut
ocruta a due. exiK In the Telua. th a niaU:hlea purl
acr wlU ruut out every reatiga ut it. Xo erupUvc
aulai:y, be It acruf o.ou. ur atbe.-wia.-, ran reslrt the
yurlfyUg art lou of tuu aafa and potest remedy.
lucu neadera Lbc akin
CIHAK, SOFJ-, AXD TIE ArTlFCL.
Wbca oniiuary mo41.iaee a.tcrlj fall to a. rest the
rucrea of tcrufiiotu aad other e.uiitlve dlaordrn.
the p-ria:elt axe of thla iMCOtuparable deureMt ae
urea the deelred rvaut.
THIS UII1KB r.RMKUr
la a e i;ajd if trcj-stalo extrAjia, ha chief of
bAUSAPAIULLA anl STILLlSlilA.
The curea erTrcicd by
M.-UVILL- BLOOD AXD LIVER SYRUP
are alwoiuie. and tbe.r rvourd U andxlgured by
talla.. For aat by all Dr ugsuia. su-.-uw- ly.
fOQftQ A Tear or $5 to
my in your own lo
ir. No rlnlc. Women
irII mm men Ustnv
nuke mor itiaa aiuouiit
wtmteu svbovt. No oi run fall Co mk nonf fast.
An ojecm do the work Tuaen make from fifty
cent to two doi lars ma boar by davvtln-f yonr ere
nloffwaikil par time to tliU hixtlnrsa. It coau Both
lag totrytn la-laea. Notliliia like It f..r money
ma k toe ever offoreJ btrora. HuMiiraa pleaaairt ami
atrieily honorab. Header, if you want to know ail
about tbf be! payln bualnea heforo fie public, aend
your add rata an1 we will a-Mut you full particular
aad private term frre; ataplra worth $ alao free
you can ihu tnaka up your mind for youraell. Ad:
flrcaa GfaiOltCilC H TIN SON ft CO., PurUaud. Maine.
a dr at home ratle Ly
induattioua Canlt I
rtqulrrd; w wlU atari
j. en. women, bora,
make money faster at
for ua Lhan at .
thine tfl. The work la Hgbt aiid pieaaant, and ancb
aa any one ean fro rlK at. Tlioae who ar wlae who
aee Uili oric will vend na th-lr mldreaaea at rnce
and a-e fur themee vea. Coatiy Outfit and ternia free.
Now ta the t in d. Tho- already at work are larlnc
p lrtr sum of ntoaej.
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DR. C. iSXcIaANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; 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;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of (he 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 unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gene
ally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURT
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing the slightest
injury to t,'u most tender inant.
The genuine Dr. McLane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C Mc
Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. MoXaAXXTS
are not recommended as a remedy for all
the ills (hat flesh is heir to." but in affections
of the liver, anil in all liiliou Complaints,
Dyspepsia and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand wuhout a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequal ed.
EK'.VAUI Or I3IITATIOX8.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Lach box haa red n-ax seal on the lid with
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Each wrapper hears the signature of C
MU.ANE a:t! rLF.MlNG ur.os.
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Bros., of I'ittsliurgh. Pa., the market being
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ipellcu dilicrciiily but same pronunciation.
-jsv m mm mmw
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Give it a Trial,
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nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it docs not soil white cam
bric, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre and a
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Trmetteut ansa! Amaljfftomt ChmUU,
SOUS BT AU DBUCOISTS XVXBYWHKBJL
rit $St. W
J. W. H0UOHT0W,
offers a large variety of RO)d. useful and orna
COMBS, POCKET BOOKS,
ol an kinds.
FAMILY DYE STUFFS,
Patent Medicines &
Soaps for the toilet, and hooaekeeper.
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, and
Fancy Colonia Bottles. Fine
uoiog&es. Ssvnaaseren'z ex
tracts, and Tooth
With Rheumatism, Faralvsis. Nou-
ralgia, Nervous and Sexual Debil
ity, General HI Health, Was tin 7
Decay, Urinary Diseases. SDinal
Diseases, Dyspepsia, Eto., Etc., to
wnom will be sent my Bwk on AloUi
cal Electricity, and Electro Galvanic
Belts, world renowned for their suc
cess in saving many valuable lives, by
Caring all Chronio Diseases. Send
Symptoms aad Staran for Diagnosis tt
Dr. Q. W. FORBES, 174 W Fourth
Street, Cincinnati O. 2-ly
THE SIRSTTOil VI8LIHS
m las asset eop'es of
UNSURPASSED IN FINISH,
UNEQUALED IN TONE.
No. L V inline far the ralnoa. vith enepleSs'
euttlt bow. roain aad extra atnnge.. SSI
No. a Violta for Amaleare, wltto oompleto
ovtflt boa, ana, reels, sad extra
No.S. Violls far Artiets wita eon plate
ootttt bow, oaaa. roaia. sad extra
striata .... SM.OS to St,N
John r. Strattoa Co.'a RuaaUa Sot Vlelia
Stilofs are the beet la lite world. By pnrehaalng
theee atrinas aad ao other, aeelfiaa wUI ottala
s reliable t'iax which can alwara be dapd.d oa,
will roapoad icsdllj totaa bow, ead will oallaM
eat vioiia etriag nude. A roll aaevrtaMat ol
tHaaminga ead uualoal merchandise kept la etoeS
er pr-jenrad ea abort aotloe and at loweet prieca.
S-t I W. BOLOaTON.
Have just received tlie lar
gest and best assortment, and
cheapest ptock of
ever opened in Wellington.
Notice the following prices,
and come and examine the
quality of the goods.
A Good Stock of Brocade
Alpacas, in all tlie desirable
shades, only 9 cents per yard.
Pacific Alpacas, 12 1-2 cts.
rocade Alpacas, 20 cts. ,
All Wool Dress Flannels,
Tycoon Heps, 20 cts.
All Wool Cashmere, 50 cts.
Good Black Gros Grain
Silk, only 75 cts.
Dress Ginghams, 8 cts.
Good Towels 5 cts.
Linen Handkerchiefs 5 cts.
First Class Merino Hose for
one shilling, former price 20
Great Reduction in the price
of Ladies1 Shoes. Ladies'
Slippers 20 cts. Ladies' Goat
Side Lace and Top Button
Shoes, only $1.25.
Times are improving, busi
ness is booming, prices are ad
vancing, but we shall sell our
stock at the former low prices.
Baldwin, Laundon & Co.
WE HAVE THE
SVEost Complete Stools Of Goods IFor
Men and Boys Wear!
Ever Brought to
Cloths for the ustom
Merchant Tailor in the Country,
to make them up.
We have Dress and Business Suits for Men ; Extra size
Suits for large Men ; Dress and
Boys ; Elegant School and Children's Suits.
Overcoats for Men, Overcoats for Boys. Shirts; Under
wear; Overalls; Knit Jackets;
Come and examine our stock and satisfy yourselves that
we are selling more goods for the money than you can get else
where. Goods Warranted.
A. M. PITCH. -
A. E,. "Wooster
ttatttt. OFZB2TZ.Z) OXTS OF THE
Finest Drug Stores I
Y0TJ EVER SA"W.
Kvery thins is now In Apple Pie Order, to receive oar
friends. We having dealt out Kheubarb, Squills, Tincture
Hydrastis Canadensis, etc., as yon know for many years' to this
people we are relive to yonr Interests. We know you want
Fresh Choice Drugs, and we have spared no pains to buy the
best. Onr prices are governed by the selling price of Cheese
at Five Cents a Ponnd.
We Intend keeping a First Class Drug Store, and desire
all to come and see onr friends . .
WC0STBE, & ADAMS;
The Square Dealing Druggists.
Next Door to A. M. FITCH'S.
Bemabkakls Rksclts Follow. Pain ceases, swellings subside, fever states,
and a natural and healthy state exists after using this great and wonderful prep
era, lion known as Thomas' Eclectric Oil . Thousands testify to the happines re
sulting from the use of this preparation. Why not procure a bottle at once. The
cost Is trifling and the effect sure. One doss cures common sore throat. One
bottle has cured bronchitis. Fifty cents worth has cured an old standing cough.
It posltirely cures catarrh, asthma and croup. Fifty cents worth has enred
crick In the back, and the same quantity lame back of eight years standing. The
following are extracts from a few of the many letters that have been received
from different parts, which, we think, should be sufficient to satisfy the most
A. Howser of North Lansing, N. T., writes: "I had a severe cold for four
weeks, and was so hoarse that I could not speak. Hearing of your Eolectrio Oil
I procured a bottle, which removed the hoarseness at once." : -r
Thomas Robinson, Farnham Center, writes: "I have, been afflicted with
rheumatism for the last ten years, and have tried many remedies without any
relief, until I tried "Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil," and since then have, had no
attack of It. I would recommend it to all." '' '' ' '
See what the Medical Faculty say : Dr. Beaudoin, Hull, P. Q., says, "Ihave
sold -'Thomas' Eclectric Oil" for two years, and I have never sold a medicine
which has given more thorough satisfaction. I have used it In my own case, on
a broken leg and dislocated ankle, with the best results."
A. II. Gregg, Manufacturer of Mowing Machines, Trumansburg, If. Y-, says :
"My thumb was caught in a machine and badly injured, being away from home
for two days, was obliged to apply such remedies as I could get, but without re
lieving the pain, immediately on reaching home I applied the "Eclectric Oil,"
with almost instant relief. I have a large number of men employed, and your
Oil' has established for itself such a reputation that nearly every one of them
keep it." - '
Sold by all medicine dealers. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Sold in Wellington by
Everett & Starr. Wholesale by Strong, Cobb fc Co., Cleveland, O. ' '
Prepared only by FOSTER, MILBURN & CO., Buffalo, NT Y. Successors
to S. N. THOMAS, Phelps, N. Y. "
Not. Eclectric Selected and Electrized.
Superior Whiteness and Fine
ness," and absolutely purity
in our brand of strictly
BUBE WHITE LEAD
and will pay THIRTY
DOLLARS for every o-ince of
nud alteration found in on a
of our packagos.
t. u. xkvix & CO.,
Baldwin, Taiindon & Co., Si.lc
Agents, Wellington, Ohio. Ss tf.
A Good Flan.
The moit profitable war of dealing In stock lab?
combining many onlera aad CO operating; tnem aa a
whole, dividing profits pro rata amooc EDareboldera,
according' to uia market, mooUilr. Each cuatumer
tboa sccurea all the advantage of Immenra capital
and experleaoatl akilk and can aar any amount, from
ten doUara to in thou.aad dollar, or more, wttb
eqaal piopurUoaate auoceaa. 'Near York Stock Re
porter" and new circular mailed frre. Full Inforaia
don for anr one to operate acceaatully. LAwaairo
Co., STKxobaaca Place, K. Y. 41-amo.
Department unsurpassed by any
and MIETK knows just how
Business Suits for Youths and
Ties; Collars; Hosiery; JTrunks
; ;; ; 'V, '.
& E. W. Adams,
BeatQnallty. Perfect TitUns. ,
WAJ1SCTTA ftllSlSW BEST IKIsH XJ7L..
ea-Ofi Keop's) PaurtXy-Irlada JDres
O O Shlrta.oBlTTJlalnaeaBis So flnlstt.
KlCPsrcC8TOaI SHIBIS, f fa
Made to measure eaaapfela. ff 2tF
An lfultpll plat ballaas Ira vflk Me tunhnh
Sena address on Postal sard for aamplea ao4
circulars wi tb directions for self-measurement.
AU. AMfra. M10UTaai.Bt.loiila. Mo.
Or an- ntbr kind, yon eta ftl umm$ with tnx
jr9w JVvsJMms to that it will cut Mttm thsut
tr-er. TLm uih will all trmt-a of tr-qu-il mm and
ahape. Set Ve 4 r-&ejt mf 9t.tw to any
jwrt of tlilTtiitei 4Stati-. ltli,strttxi Circaia-B.
Cra-al JkmmMm fiiff imt mmwm mmwtmt mt
ssaiy. ATdrtM M. JKOl'tf & AtJCO., X9
aa- Vs har 1mn4rtvli rf tMtn from Tnew Qsinx
our Macbii w ho ay thmy would hol take f & fur it.
Prlvata Hoapttal. 100 I
I ova i 07 walL -Tile-ritss
f Katara, Phyat
atagy of Mar-riaga, Or-
in. pj-api-m-ity, an 1
Fate a la PU rasiaa, I
Private. Chi-avnse a
ai or ffatoaaraiiaa,
sajattaa af Ymmth aa4
Ladaaa aoa Oaalla.1
awa. aac dollar f
tsc aaaipl at haai I
r a a to a r sna4. aad I
I Maaaoad: a waallh af
I otooica aad amlaaala hv
I ta bsMB Nits. Ratala
raustiaa. C laarraM
rataabw latoriaattoa I
tot axirtiaa. IUllta-1
Iaffaaalv te faod awta
aad raftaawaak lafar
maUna a r c r betera
patoHitoid. K fcarwlsy
maaald aa -rtlhoaa U.
rui. s a
hosjM aas inn
Lavltaa fjria aaa-l
7's.dlnati. Dr. A.
IS. 10S Clark 8t
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