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Tbundaj, Nov. O, 1871.
J.W. HOUGHTON, M. H.HOUGHTON,
New York and Pennsylvania Republi
can by large majorities ! Massachusetts,
Connecticut and Wisconsin wheel into
Wisconsin Legislature Republican bj
a good majority. New York, ditto.
New England is jubilant over the Bay
State and Connecticut victories.
Cornell's plurality in New York Bute
The Tictory is the most complete since
the war. The Republican candidate for
Lieutenant-Governor made the best run
of any of the N. Y. Btate nominees.
Gen. : Joe. Hooker died suddenly at
Garden City, L. I., Oct. 31st. He had
suffered, from partial paralysis since
1865. His wife, Olivia Groesbeck, whom
he married soon after the war, died be
fore him . He served in and was made
lieutenant-colonel in the Mexican war,
before distinguishing himself in the war
of the Rebellion.
The Rev. Jacob Abbott, the author
and historian, died at Farmisgton, Me.,
Oct. . 31st, at the age of seventy-six.
Every boy and girl who read his books
for young readers, owes him a debt of
gratitude for -the charming path along
which be led them instructing while he
entertained. We remember when we
would sot have exchanged his "Rollo
books," the "Jonas books," or the "Lucy
stories" for all the eyclopcdiaa in ' Amer
ica. Harper's Bazar is so very attractive
and ably edited that any single number
is worthy of careful attention. Its edi
torials by Miss Mary L. Booth are among
the best essays upon , practical, elegant
and honest living. The illustrations of
fashions, garments, fancy work, house
furnishing, and the engravings of choice
subjects, are in the very highest style of
art, no other magazine of its class ap
proaching this in the clearness and beau
ty of its pictures. A person accustomed
to gather new ideas from many sources
and combine them into tasteful and orig
inal styles, mill with the aid of the Ba
car, be able to avoid stillness and mo
notony of pattern. '
We have been told in the last week by
persons who lived near the Noller family
when the murderer, Louis, was a little
boy, that he was considered a nice lad,
and that his mother was highly respected
by her neighbors, but that the father
was an over-bearing, avaricious, violent
tempered man, who had to be "thrashed"
occasionally to oblige him to keep the
pdace in the neighborhood. Somewhere
between innocent childhood and the full
grown youth, the bad example of his
father, hie inherited temper, the influ
ence of vile reading and low associates,
all conspired to destroy what was good
and strengthen the evil in him, until we
see him capable of murdering not ocly
the father who had angered him, but
also his kind mother and his helpless
brother. ' . '. ,
There has been a very general interest
throughout this part of the State in the
services conducted by Moody and San
key at the Cleveland Tabernacle. Hun
dreds of strangers visited the city every
day, moved either by motives of curioai
ty or from a desire to profit by the ser
mons of this modern Paul, and to hear
the sweet singer who accompanies him.
But glancing over the sea of faces and
observing the devotional attitude of
nearly every one in that vast audience
and noting also that almost all joined
their voices in the inspiring chorus of
sacred song, one could not help think
ing that it was mostly a company of be
lievers and a convocation of Christians.
The services and preaching have been
considered very profitable and a rich
mews of grace to those who could
give to them most attention, though the
number of conversions are less than
have usually resulted from the labor of
Indoors or Out.
Many people have an idea that the
way to take care of ones-self in Winter is
to stay indoors by a warm fire, with every
crack and crevice made air tight, and
that one must sit with their feet over a
register or on the fender at that. They
would keep the fire going all night and
never open their sitting or sleeping rooms
for ttir some one might feel a draught
and catch cold. But the facts are that
those are the very conditions to invite
ill health and under which disease
An even comfortable warmth in a
house is pleasant and necessary, but if
there are no means of constant ventila
tion, rooms should be vacated and a good
draught permitted by opening doors and
windows just as often as is necessary to
keep the air smelling and tatting fresh
and pure; and it is a good habit to be as
fastidious about what we breathe as what
we eat or drink. And as to going out
frequently, one is much less likely to
take cold who has regularly errands of
business or pleasure, and a brisk walk
daily in all weather. The harm of being
out in stormy and cold weather is in not
being properly clothed. If warmly
dressed in garments not so heavy 'as to
be burdensome, the feet, hands and head
protected from damp and wind, and with
an umbrella if it is stormy, it is no hard
ship or exposure to be out just as long as
one is comfortable.
It is those, and principal y women and
children, the former confined at home by
the care of the helplesa,or by an unceas
ing round of domestio duties, who get to
be the most delicate, and are most liable
to colds, neuralgia, congestions and a
multitude of maladies that find their vie
Urns in dose, hot, or insufficiently venti
lated rooms. x
Fifty years sgo last Friday, W. L.
Hayes first set foot in Penfirld.
W. W. Penfleld will exhibit his fa
mous fat steers at the Chicago Fat Cat
tle Show, this week.
Mr. Stillman has already made some
substantial improvements about his
place, recently purchased from Mrs. A.
Mrs. Wm. Andrews will return to
Hudson this week, to spend the winter.
Snerlock J. will remain here.
Those boys had better keep clear of
Dr. Palmer's premises hereafter.
The remains of Chester Crane was
brought here for interment last Thurs
day. Mrs. Samuel Shaw is quite ill, and
under treatment by Dr. McEenzie.
3. R. Damon is hauling stone, prepar
atory to building s new house.
November 3, 1879.
Revival of business, advances in dairy
and farm products, convince all parties
that choice blessings are sure to
follow Republican rule.
Farmers are very busy preparing for
winter; good crops are the fruits of .their
Mrs. Stone, recently bereft of her hus
band in Strongsville, is visiting ber
brother. Deacon Edward West. Uer
amiable character gives htr a hott of
armpaihizing friends in this hour of
The angel of death has again visited
the family of Reuben Enapp, and borne
a lovely daughter away. Only a few
days ago a dutiful son on whom a father
in declining health leaned for support,
was taken; and now Alice follows An
drew t the spirit land. These lovely
children will be missed by their school
mates as well as by their parents, who
have the sympathies of the entire com
November S, 1879.
Everything is very quiet in Sullivan at
present, and the snow storm of yester
day seemed to have a tendency to make
it still quieter, for people didnt seem
disposed to stir very far from their fire
sides. Malcolm t Ricket have decided to
run their mill night and day for a while,
as they cannot supply the demand for
cheese-box rims by running tea hours a
As we pass the house now occupied
by Mr. Smith, we cannot help noticing
what a change a little time and labor
can make in the looks of a place, fie
has to-day as neat a little home, as can
be found in Sullivan.
Quite an excitement was raised over
in the northeast corner last week, by the
appearance of Henry Rogers' old dog.
Some one started the report that he was
mad, whereupon Squire DeMoaa and J.
Johnson decreed that he must die; but
the old dog clung to life with a terrible
tenacity, and at lea having the chambers
of two revolvers emptied at him, he was
finally dispatched with a club.
Old Bolom ok.
Nov. 1. 1879.
I presume you wonder what has be
come of the correspondent from this lo
cality, but I will endeavor to keep you
poated in the future.
Sylvester McKim had a hearing be
fore Squire Hood, to answer to the
charge of assault with Intent to kill one
Nathaniel Bedell. Sylvester was bound
over, bail being fixed at six hundred
dollars. The above case is the corn
cutler case which transpired about a
month ago. Though both were dan
gerously cut up, they are now entirely
out of danger.
Seneca Ronk has ourchased the fine
blooded bull of H. Ledyard, and intends
to send it to Michigan soon. The price
paid was one hundred and fifty dollars.
me marriage oi Bteiia l remame ana
Wm. Reynolds was gotten up on short
notice, and has been the topic of con
versation for the past week. May joy
go with them.
A party of twenty conple gathered at
Squire Black man's, Friday evening.
Dancing and a fine supper was the order
of the evening. We know from expe
rience that the Squire's is the place to
go for a good ttdie.
A gang of men started from here on
Thursday, to be gone all winter putting
up telegraph po.es in Mississippi. The
party was composed of the following
men: Charles Bentlv, EJward Peck,
Henry Porter, John Youngs, Amy Par
sons, and Eugeno Stone.
Mrs. L. E. Perkins started this week
for Connecticut, to be gone a month, to
visit relatives there.
A blacksmith formerly of Rochester,
has opened up business in A. Daniels
shop, wherj any that want work dore
with neatness and dispatch, and at very
low prices, can get it.
Our friend Stephen Sharp, is pushing
work on the bridge west or town, with
all his might, as a good many perch of
stone have got to be laid vet.
Dr. Schumacher moves to Norwalk
Monday. In the doctor we lose a good
citizen, and he has a good practice here
He intends to make Clarksfield a call
one day in each week. More aeon.
The Western Rural.
Published at Chicago, HI., comes to
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FOR THE CURE OF
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
STsraraiA Am sick hkaoachs.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
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thing which ought to have been done.
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startled, his feet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa
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and although he is satisfied that exer
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he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts
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have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
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For Uver Complaints, arising from
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It sooths and heals the tncrubrnna r.f the
lungs, li.fl.imed snd poisoned by tie disease,
and prevents the night-s wests and tightness
scrors the i bet uhii li uoco-npsny it.
is not an incurabio malaly. It !s only rcc
esssy to have tho right remedy, and HALL'S
bALSAM Is that remedy.
DON'T DE3PA1K OF RELIEF, for this
lenlt;n specidc will cure you, even though
professional aid fails.
A MA33 OF EVIDENCE
has been aci-nmulatlnj daring a period of
THIRTY TEARS, proving the efficacy of
in all diseases where the Throat, Chest and
Lungs are affected: and showing the esti
mation In which the remedy Is held by the
public and the medical profession. Bold by
all Druggists. 49-eow-ly.
tK - w y v y TO ( A Tearorfs to
ha? I, a m S35 a dsy la your own la-
rijr JLvLi V-r as wtllasmen. Manr
make more tuan siuou.it
stated above. Wo one can fsll to make mon-y fast.
Any ooeean do tiw work You csn make from fifty
ecu's to twodullirs an hour hf dcotiag your ev.
ninirssnu Mpara time to Jits On 1n?ss. it oust noth
ing to try tie ha lueos. Noshing like It for money
making ever offered before. Hulneaa pleasant aud
strictly bonorab e. Kearir, If you want to know all
about the besv pay intr business before lie public send
u your address snd we will s-nl you full panlculsr
and private lei ms free; samples worth 65 slso free
yon can inen make up your mtod for yonrsell. Ad;
dress OKOUSK bTlKSoN CO.. Portland, Maine.
ihaa at an.
thtna-eli. The work Is llsrlil sad pleasant, and an.cn
aa any one can k rixni at. Those who ar wise who
see this notice will send us tulr addresses at ence
and sea for thenise vej. Oiatly Ou At and terras free.
Kow Is the time. Tihmc already at work are laying
up larire sums of money,
Auarrsa tttua. wi;o..
(V S f S A MONTH Onaanreed.
11 ill If a ! st b'.me a.adeby
ykv I 111 he ndnstrtoue Capltl
Sk uot rtuutred: we will .tart
II 0 V MM ffyon. Men. wouien. boys.
;JMJ Kirs, mske money faster st
NK X" work for us lhan at ,,-
J. w, nouasToir,
offers a large variety of roxi. ttaaral and orna
COMBS, POCKET BOOKS,
of an kinds.
FAMILY GYE ST0FF5,
Patent Medicines &
Boa pa for tha toilet, and hoTuekeeper.
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, and
Fancy Colons Bottles, Fine
woioffao3. Haaasercivi .Ex
tracts, and Tooth
With Bherunatiam, Paralysis, Neu
ralgia, Nervous and Sexual Debil
ity, General 111 Health, Wasting
Pecay, Urinary Diseases, Spinal
Diseases, Dyspepsia, Eto., Ete., to
whom will be seat my Book on Medi
cal Electricity, and Electro Galvanic
Belts, world renowned for their suc
cess in saving many valuable lives, by
Caring all CnronicDiseases. Send
Symptoms aad Stamp for Diagnosis t
Dr. O. W. FORBES, 174 W Fourth
Street, Cinoinnati O. 3-ly,
J. . "Wilbur
A Large Stock Of
Before The Recent
s&dvanoe la Frioos.
BUYING YOUR STOVES
He Intends to Sell at Greatly
FROM PRESENT PRICES.
HomomlDer that a Dol
Jar saved is better than a Dol
Or any othxr kind, you can SI smart mrtf with oar
s JBjfiiike n tiiui It atll eut Jifttmr thsa
aVrw. Th.. i ih will all Ti i!vjn of r- ual sin and
u.. mwm m rPtPalsfiNM to an
port f IK.l'ni!-J !. 1:1. , rii.l C ix t. :r. Aw
Jof A fssfa Wf si-f in fvrr r- irssnd
"' im as. jfwiM v AIMt.,
eT- We aava hnndrsds of Irltars from nan asiaf
-oar alacbiua who ssj tuei would uet tak Si fur ,11.
o ; g r i
If Sal h I
. S HIS
8 His H5
ere 2 2 2 o p a
Hi-l 3 a s 3
" smssr n HQ - a h r
WE JTO THE
Host Complsto Stock Of Goods For
Men and Boys Wear!
Ever Brought to
Cloths for the ustom
Merchant Tailor in the Country, and MIETK knows just how
to mate them up. - r1:; :. ...J
We have Dress and Business Suits for Men ; Extra size
Suits for large Men ; Dress and Business Suits for Youths and
Boys ; Elegant School and Children's Suits.
Overcoats for Men, Overcoats for Boys. Shirts; Under
wear; Overalls; Knit Jackets;
Come and examine our
we are selling more goods for
where. Goods Warranted.
PURE. FRESH. CHEAP.
PURE. FRESH. CHEAP.
At Our Druggy Store !
Come and see us, -wheth
er you wish, to "buy or
not. See how w sell.
See our New Goods. See
our Novelties. Come
and see us.
"WC0STER & ADAMS
latan-qfactiiring Druggists and Cb.ezaJ.sts.
RemaRKaKLK Results Follow. Pain
and a natural anil healthy state exists after usiug this great and wonderful prep
eration known as Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Thousands testify to the happiness re
sulting from the use of this preparation. Why not procure a bottle at once. The
eost Is trifling and the effect sure. One
bottle has cured bronchitis. Fifty cents
It positively cures catarrh, asthma and
crick In the back, and the same quantity
following are extracts from a few of tho many letters that have been received
from different parts, which, we think, should be sufljeient to satisfy the most
A. Ilowser of North Lanslug, K". Y., writes: "I had a severe cold for four
weeks, and was so hoarse that I could not seak. Hearing of your Eclectric Oil
I procured a bottle, which removed the hoarseness at once." '
Thomas Robinson, Farnham Center, writes v "I have been afflicted with
rheumatism for ihe last ten years, and have tried many remedies without any
relief, nutil I tried "Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oi," and since then ha-.e had no
attack of it. I would recommend it to all." ;
See what the Medical Faculty say : Dr. Bcaudoin, II all, P. Q., says, "I have
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, X. T., 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 gut, 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
Sold by all medicine dealers. Price SO cents and f 1.00. Sold in Wellington by
Everett & Starr. Wholesale by Strong, Cobb & Co., Cleveland, O. ;
Prepared only by FOSTER, MIL BURN & CO., Buffalo, X. T. Successors
to S. N. THOMAS, Phelps, N. Y.
Notk. Eclectric Selected and Electrized.
Superior Whiteness and Fine
ness, and absolutely purity
in our brand of strictly
BTJRE WHITE LEAD
and will pay THIRTY
DOLLARS for every o-ince of
nud alteration found in ona
. of our packages.
T. II. NKVIX A CO.,
Baldwin. Iaundon & Co., Sole
Agents, Wellington, Ohio. 3 tf.
n. printed at this offic
Gn I A IKl 1 16 on short notice and 01
aStlV BJilaB mnar.aaona.lils terms
Give as a call. ' -
Department unsurpassed by any
Ties; Collars; Hosiery; Trunks
.... ... . '
. - . . ,
stock and satisfy yourselves that
the money than you can get else
A. M. FITCXL
ceases, swellings subside, fever abates,
dose cures common sore throat. One
worth has cured an old standing cough.
croup. Fifty cents worth has cured
lame back of eight years standing. The
Best Quality. Perltct inttins:.
WAJISTJTTA BUSUaT at BKsT IRISH
6, O d Kp' 1'artly-MsKlo li-eaa
4? O Shlrts.onlyplMln seams to flnlrfu
KJf:p8 cfc st-o ! shirts. T w OsTa
Mad to measorw aasaatota. t if
4aslsatMtfolaplstb.ttoasfMswKh SMk kali dma.
Hentl aMracA on postal card for samples and
circular with directions for self-mrastircment-CIBKKT
Ga'lAEta.atfxs. eaOUra St. Bt. bouts, o.
Private BontiUl. 103 1
S.Claxk St,.t httMCO. I
A mw work. prVe 60
esroia br ruaiU Mtii
ria of Nature, ratal
etc7 of WmXTiasT.. Or
caaa of 3aration.
DisMi of Youth and
Man boost a vaalta of
choicsj and Taluahte la
anftatlB. of .ntarvjt
to both avaaa. Noiaiat;
oflfenatr W rood ta to
and refiaeatcak Infor
mation a a tar beret
pabliaaad. Va fataily
iu. iy-Bpsnity, an r
rna, iornto ana
k ! DaMsMsVaV,
Ladlaa rand Oantl
men, awrnd N dolltvr
fbr ?) of bsm
rtbir trod, aad
T&lOavfcrrvHsaJto ran allien
br kprta. Uelltv.
pr box. Private
boata an 4 aura for
Boo hi oa wnnon u.
Ladle darinc Kv
KMntf. Dr. a. a.
,15, -CT Clark 9.