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Thursday, Dec. 18, 187 .
J. W. HOUGHTON. M.H. HOUGHTON,
bill introduced in the House at
Waahington, Dec. 3d, bj Mr. Wearer,
propose to restore to the soldiers and
tailors of the late war, equal rights with
the holders of government bonds by giv
ing each a sum equal to tie amount they
would hare received had they been
paid In gold coin, and also interest
thereon at 6 per cent, from the date f
mustering out to the date of the pay
ment of the sum found due him by the
provsions of this act. Ex-soldiers will
watch with Interest the fate of Mr.
Weaver's little paper. Be estimates that
it will take 1500,000,000 to meet the paj-
ment when it has been figured out how
much is due each claimant.
Pres. Rexford, of Buchtel College
last Saturday read a paper before the
N. E. O. Teachers' Association, in
which he deplored the tendency of the
educated classes' to leave industrial pur
suits for the professional, and wished
the State could start each child with a
primary knowledge of the physical in
dustriet, and call attention early in life
to what a large majority of them will
find at last is their place, and before
they seller defeat in other directions.
He tightly sajs: that even with a pro
fession, no young man or woman is safe
in the world without the mastery of
some other form of remunerative indus
try, and this other knowledge will b no
hindrance to professional success.
Each year our colleges and universities
swell the number of disconsolate, whose
professional ambition is depriving the
agricultural and mechanic arts of ser
vice that wonld be remunerative and
honorable, while the misguided youths
are preparing for ultimate defeat. The
professions are over-crowded and suffer
ing because there are too many while the
rural districts are suffering for the lack
Hops for Folks.
"Mrs. Grant will not receive, except
at the hop," was the burden of a tele
gram from Columbus last week. What
dignified name for the reception ten
dered by a State Capital to a conquering
hero, eves though dancing was to be the
chief entertainment. To talk about
presidents, governors, army chiefs,
courtly ladies, stately dames and gentle
women going to a "hop" seems incon
gruous. Some would argue that the ball
or dance, or hop, would be no lest
sprightly by any'other name, but "hop'
is too suggestive or crickets, grass.
hoppers and bugs, not to mention sava
ges or shakers, or other creatures dis
porting themselves in a lively manner
Years of fashionable usage have not
mitigated the foolishness of the word.
Poverty and its Belief.
It is veryinterestiDg to hear the cxpe
rience of men and women intimately ac
quainted with benevolent work in the
cities, and learn how unpleasantly world
ly-wise they become through the exercise
of their tender heartrdness. It is only a
few years back since the very genera
practice was abandoned of giving some
thing to every beggar at the door, or
feeding and lodging all that came along
wanting such entertainment, prompted
by the belief that in this way we were
"lending to the Lord, and possibly
might sometime entertain angels un
aware!. Convinced by longer experi
encethat that kind of charity encouraged
pauperism and vice, it has seemed better
to aid the organized charities expecting
such care and discrimination will be
used as will sot tend to foster and in
crease the evils we would prevent.
There is a good deal said about the
red-tape of benevolent associations and
the danger that the really destitute will
suffer or die before their cases are
reached. But to hunt up cases of desti
tution, find their homes and learn how
genuine is their want, from how many
sources they are already seeking and ob
taining relief, and to what extent they
excuse themselves on this account from
doing anything to supply their own
wants, is clearly the only way to avoid
imposture and deception. The worthy
and self-respecting are the very last to
make their destitution or misfortunes
known; while the shiftless and indolent
if relieved without giving labor as an
equivalent, will lose the motive for txe r-
tion, sad cast about for new methods and
more plausible tales whereby to touch
sympathizing hearts and get something
for nothing; and if the plan works well
in s little time they want everything fer
nothing, and thus are the armies of pan
pets and tramps recruited. Why should
the poor man plant and sow if the rich
neighbor from his abundance gives him
enough for his necessities? What need
that the hunble dueller in the tenant
house should mend and darn and try to
prolong the usefulness of the family
wardrobe, if as soon as they show signs
of shabbiness- another supply will be
forth-coming from the mansion
But there is a wide difference between
the poverty that comes from indolence
and vice and that whicn is the result of
misfortune or even of inability to spend
prudently what is earned. There are so
many really worthy, but more or less
destitute men and women with helpless
relatives depending upon them, that to
have work to give them of some kind
that they can do, is the kindest wsy in
Which they can be helped, because it is
self-respecting and unembsxassed by
any intimation of alms-giving. To be
able to give employment and sufficient
wages to s great many people is a luxu
rious happiness that the majority of peo
ple cannot hope to enjoy, but a good
deal more of it could be done and save
numbers of families from the humiliation
of begging as the alternative of going
eald and hungry.
Chicago has a tried and highly suc
cessful system of employment and of
buying and selling whatever woman can
make or wish to dispose of, called the
"Woman's Exchange, by which hun
dreds are helped,, without the publicity
and humiliation of going about to seek
work where defeat and discouragement,
as well as injustice, would often be al
most as bitter as absolute want.
The superfluous ornaments and adorn
ments of the wealthy find their best ex
cuse in the fact that all these things
which are not necessities have furnished
the employment that has given bread to
different classes all the way from the
production of the raw material to the
manufacturing, buying and selling till it
retches the retail customer who em
ploys another attiaan to shape it to his
particular taste and needs. There is
nothing wicked about possessing and us
ing beautiful and rare things if they eta
. To help the unfortunate and improvi
dent to industrious and prudent habits,
s'mple tastes tni honeit methods of self
support is the aim of all true benevo
lence. At the same time a succession of
misfortunes may reduce to poverty the
honest and hard working who had never
dreamed of coming to want. It seems
to be e part of the infinite wisdom that
man shall not be so far-seeing and immu
table in his independence that he can
defy the ordinary changes that intercept
the wisest and deepest laid human plans.
On cannot say by my wisdom have 1
gotten all these possessions and escaped
this and that and every misfortune that
has befallen the common lot."
We are all subject to hindrance and
loss, and at cne time or another every
family must "pass under the cloud and
through the sea" and '.be stream cf hu
man sympathy and brotherly kindness is
kept flowing, and by a beautiful arrange
ment of Providence it always turns out
that he gather th most who scatters
wisely and well.
Braioard's Musical World .
The December number of the Musical
World cornea to us promptly and is full
of good things. It contains twenty
oaaes of new music, vocal and instru
mental, and sixteen pages of valuable
and interesting musical news ana mis
rellaay. With the present number the
World closes t's S.xteenth year.
The Lecture Coarse.
Readers of tbe Extebfkisk are already
aware that Wellington is to have a
course of lectures this winter. The la
dies' lecture course to be given at the
M. E. Church, Is so far arranged that
season tickets are already on rale.
The course It to consist, of five lec
tures and a concert. The committee
have corresponded only with lecturers
of the first rank In ability and reputa
tion, making it the chief of ject to se
cure speakers of the highest order, and
putting the rate of admission at the
lowest practicable figure. There U no
difficulty whatever in securing cheap
lectures. Almost every village has Its
"lecturer" to be secured at any time,
and at any nominal rate; and admis
sion to such lectures can be made very
low with perfect safety and propriety.
Those, however, who have attempted
the problem whose terms arc, the high
est talent and low admission, know the
difficulty of the solution. Tiu-y know
the solution roust be left largely to the
liberality of an appreciative public; on
this liberality committees in Welling
ton can safely rely, for Wellington re
sponds rradily when opportunity is giv
en to hear the best speakers.
Lecturers do not charge such prices
as were given them in flush times; but
their prices have not declined as great
ly as have the prices of admission. To
make a course of first-class lectures pay
out in these rimes, extraordinary offorts
mutt be made to secure a large attend
ance; and many town which, a few
years since, sustained fine lecture
courses have abandoned the attempt, or
descended to patronize less instructive
and Inspiring entertainment Wllin-
ton cannot afford to recede.
The public spirltedness ot the village Is
our pride, and justifiably so. V e boast
our schools, and our churches; we havo
boasted our readiness to patronize enter
taintnents of tLe highest class; we
shall not be lacking now. Of the men
who are to appear among ns this win
ter, it is not necessary to say much.
Dr. Vincent Is known wherever Sun
day Schools and "Chautauqua" are
known. Standing at the head of a vast
lecture course which paid its speaker,
last August, $10,000, and himself ack
nowledged chief among them all, be I
welcomed everywhere as a lecturer of
the yety best class.
Hon. Wendling of St. Louis, entered
the lecture field a year ago. Beginning
in his own city with an audience of
J, 000.be passed immediately to the very
front of the great speakers cf tbe coun
try. He was constantly engsged in the
great cities and at "Chantauqua" until
he was comDelled to rest in mlJ-suin
raer. He Is so much in demand that
we are fortunate in securing a Tiiit
Rev. Wm. D. Milburn, who opens
the course Dec, 23d, is a blind man, who
illustrates in himself the results of in
domitable perseverance In the face of
Incredible difficulties. He said of him
self, when thirty-two years of age,
"Time was, when, after a fashion, I
could read, but never with that flashing
glance that instantly transfers a word,
a sentence from the page to the mlud.
It was a perpetuation of the child's
process, a letter st a time, always
spelling, reading truly. Thus for
more than twenty years, with the
shade upon the brow, the hand upon
the check, the finger beneath the eye
to make an artificial pupil, the beaded
sweat joining with the hot tears trick
ling from the weak and painful organs,
was my studying done." In spite of
all of these difficulties, in triumph
over them all, he prepared for college
at leisure moments, entering the min
istry at the age of twenty. At the age
of twenty-two be wss made Chaplain
to the United States Congress, and
again for three years, from the sge of
thirty to thirty-two. He has twice
msde lecturing tours In England, ellcl
tinsr the highest praise from the most
critical journals of the United King
dom. The London Athenaenui says,
"In the list of blind men eloquent, at
the head of which stands John Milton,
a liign place, proDDiy me secona,
roust now be conceded to this wonder
ful blind wiiter end speaker from the
The tickets to this lecture are put st
the low price of 35 cents; to pupils of
tbe public schools, 20 ceuts. ,
Mrs. Bishop Richmond, another of
our aged citizens, is seriously ill, with
little or no nape of recovery
Andrew Denham haa purchased th
building formerly occupied by P. C.
Bant as a shoe store, and mcvel it on
the Dickson lot just west of the resi
dence of John McCoy, for the purpose
of putting in a stock of groceries.
W. W. Penfield has just made sale of
seven head of fine fat cattle, including
the mammoth steers.
A. L. Hayes haa rented his farm and
is in the employment of W. R. Bantley
& Co., in the lumber and stave bus!.
Mrs. Dr. Palmer is recovering from a
Mrs. Elizabeth Harold Hoover, a bride
of three weeks, died of in Asm at ion of
tbe lungs, on Thursday last, at the resi
dence of her father.
Georpe Renonard had an altercation
with a pack peddler, whom he punished
so severely that it was necessary to e .11
a surgeon. The case will hav a hear
ing before Eiquire Norton.
Dxd. 15th, 1879.
In spite of all tho excitement about
railroads and the rise and fall of stocks
which worry and perplex the business
men of larger places, Sullivan remains
Mr. Ingrabam still opens bis store
every morning. Mr. Rogers takes his
accustomed walk to the atnre and back
every morning, and Mr. Oaraer, our
landlord, still keeps the Exchange Ho
tel open for the accommodation of pas
sengerr; and even the old guide-poet
stands lust as it naa stood Tor Tears, and
point solemnly to the North, telling
the weary traveler that he must go
through ten miles more of the worst
mud Uncle 8am owns, before he reaches
Mr. Maurice Frink and Miss Addie
HrConnell, were married at the residence
of tbe bride's mother, Dec. 10th, the
Rev. Shaud, of Polk, officiating.
Some of our young men have the
Most of tbe Republicans of 8ul1ivan
seem to echo tbe sentiment of the Bar
lington Hawkeye, with regard to our
next resident- Their prayer la, "O,
urani us urant." old Solomon.
Proceedings of the Court of Common
Pleas for the week ending December
6th, 1879. Judge Hale presiding.
State of Ohio vs Tho. Falkner. In
dict for murder iu first degree. Ver
diet; murder In second degree. Sen
tence, penitentiary for life.
State of Ohio vs Henry Sawyer. Lar
ceny. Sentence, 25 days In jail and
State of Ohio vs Butler Durham. Re
sisting an officer. Sentence, 30 days in
I ail and. pay cots.
State of Ohio vs name. Maliciously
destroying property. Sentence, $10
State of Ohio vs Wm. Orayger. Lar
cency. Sentence, fine of $25 and costs,
and 10 days in jail.
State of Ohio vs Anna Wilkinson
Selling liquor to be drank where sold.
Sentence, fine $10 and costs.
State of Ohio vs Same. Selling liq
uor to be drank where sold. Sentence,
fine fJO and costs.
The following named prisoners were
brought into court an J sentenced to tbe
George Thompson, burglary, B years;
John Brady, burglary, 5 years; John
Farrcll, burglary, !," years; John Lar-
comb, torgery, 3 years; George Jones,
grand larceny, 3 years.
Late News Notes.
The damage done on the Isthmus of
Panama by a late storm, made a loss
$100,000 lor the Pacific Mail Steainahlp
Company, and to the Panama Railroad
Eight hundred or 900 Boston women
voted for members of the public school
committees on the 9th Inst., but the
men were so ungallant as not to allow
one of the women candidate to be elec
ted, though the four on the ticket were
Hayesville has three drug stores, but
wants a dentist and another dry good
The Akron Beacon has published a
daily for ten years, begiunlng with a
list of 700, and the daily average of the
edition during 18;l, has been 1,600
copies. The Beacon bindery started elev
en years ago with two hands and now
employs 10 all the time, and In hurried
seasons, 30 or 40. The Beacon with
commendably enterprise publishes
list of new buildings erected in the city
in the past year with their cost, which
aggregated $229,445, to be increased by
several later reported.
Mr. Chas. Ledyard of Rochester, left
his hired man doing chores while he
went to bring his wife home from a be
nevolent social. In the Interval the
help departed, taking Mr. L.'t overcoat
a watch and $65 in money, and has not
GILMOltE & CO.,
( EST A BLIS BED 1865)
Pensions. Increase of Pensions.
and all other clases of Claims for Sol
diers and Soldiers' Heirs, prosecuted.
Address with sump,
Washington, D. C.
and how to obtain them. Pamphlet
free, upon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMORE, SMITH & CO.
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Dr. MOTT'S LIVER PILLS.
THB CHEAT CATHARTIC VEOITADLB
Titer rrctirj torpMltr of Um Urw J
Ttiey tin iom to Um Stomach.
Theset, without grlplnc eeea Um bewe.
They reams b:K from UM Mm. ;
Tnay ratify, rrsnlate. aa Is i limn ie ke.
tpetMly to forctsa eeeatrlea n4 the Trople.
enee disonlcn of tbe Uric iM Sowete ere m
-reraleet. sb-Mlil always eeuj a koa wt UM- ruta
Baker's Pain Panacea,
FOB MAST AID BBAeT.
For XM real aa latere! cm.
Th ireateet rata BUrr at Us si.
Tor Xiaaa of th
Throat and Lungs,
auch as Coughs,
Asthma, and Con
sumption. The reputation it has attained. In
consequence of the marvellous cures it
has produced during the lost half cen
tury, Is a sufficient assurance to tho
pnblic that it will continue to realize
the happiest results that can be desired.
In almost every section of country
there are persons, publicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and
even desperate diseasea of the lungs,
by its use. AU who have tried it ac
knowledge its superiority ; and where
Its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what medicine to employ to re
lieve the distress and suffering peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Cherry Pec
toral always affords instant relief, and
performs rapid cures of the milder va.
ricties of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of the
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
I Invaluable; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued and restored to
This medicine gains friends at
every trial, as the cures It is constantly
producing are too remarkable to be
forgotten. No family should be with
out it, aud those who have once used
it never will.
Eminent riiysicians throughout the
country prescribe it, and Clergymen
often recommend It from their knowl
edge oflu effects.
raSTABED T t
Or. J. C. AYER fc CO., Lowtll, Mass.,
Practical sat Amalrtlcal Chemist.
OLD BY ALL PIUJC CISTS EVISIVBUUt.
d? ! tnd rial
A Sure Cure,
TRY THEM !
J. W. Houghton, Agent,
KTElfl age of Oetnmerae sad la these go head
net, Um yn esslaa- demand Is for thoroughly
trained Me. tnr buatnees. Onr Institution oftVrs a a.
wnMmd mciUUas to yoan end middle aged men
bw eouuning e rncuai rnncmiioa. a snort time
nly fe leaalrad to complete the course f study.
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ut time. No vactttione. For eirenlerat
nddrem 1. BITF BetlsH. PHtsbargk.
S- Duff's Bookkeeping, published by Harper
ei jstobl; pnnica in aorata; ew pp. oe urges wont
en the science published. A work for bankets.
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HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE
(Beware of Counterfeits )
The Most Powerful Healing
Agent of the Are.
Henry's CaTbolle Stirs cares th wortt sores.
Henrys Carbolic Salre allays the palnTof boras.
Beaiy Carbolic Balra cores oil eruptions.
Ranir's CeraoUe Bel T heel ptmplee and blotches.
Burr's Carbolic Salre wlU heel cuts end brnlaea.
Physicians give It th highest recommend
ations. Henrys Carbolic Salve
to need sxtenalrely In Hospitals, snd to found to be
ao only a thoroash porlflar end dlslnfectiot, bat
eleo the most wonderful end speedy healtna; remedy
Ask for HXffBT'S. and take no othes.
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CUBES IJJ ONE MIXUTE.
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AVer. The teeth will all temaia of eitial .is. aad
shape. nHf V-ee wis rvrrtft f 0 V.tO m aay
part ertn. United tat.. JHu.tr.ted Cireular.
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" 't hare hundrwle of letters from men nsi&f
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rend address on postal card for samples
asiwtitars with rfiretlnns for a.f.mpunri...i
J. W. HOUGHTON
Ilaa a very extensive assortment of Books
suitable for gifts snd more substantial use
among which may be mentioned those of
ihe American Bible Society, the celebrated
The Oxford Teacher's Bible,
Dr. Vincent's ITotas on tbe In
ternational S. S. Lessons.
Fine editions of American and
Illustrated Holiday Books,
Dictionaries, abridged and una
Works of Fiction,
Children's Story Books,
and a host of other things la Notions and
Fancy Goods. Also ao excellent assortment
of gold, silver and ttrt-1 specs, bought with
special reference to the Holiday trade.
We cannot begin to enumerate the num
ber an 1 variety. Price will pleas you.
J. W. HOUGHTON.
FOR THE LUNGS
Congba, Colds, Pneumonia
Bronchitis, Asthma Croup
and all Disease ot th Bresthlag Organs.
The Leading 8pclAe for Coaasmptloa.
It sooth and heals the membrane of th
lungs. Inflamed and poisoned by th dlaaate.
and prevent th algbt-tweat and Ughtneta
across the chest which accompany it.
it not an incurable mtladr. It is only nee.
etsiy to have the right remedy, and HALL'S
BALSAM Is that remedy.
DON'T DESPAIR OF RELIEF, for this
benign specific will cure you, even though
professional aid fails.
A MASS Oa EVIDENCE
hss been accumulating during s period of
THIRTY TEARS, proving the efficacy of
HdLZZSS 31 A Z, SAM
In all diseasea where the Throat, Cheat and
Lungs are affected: and showing the esti
mation In which the remedy Is held by th
public and the medical profession. Bold by
all Druggists, 4-ow-ly.
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J. W. HOUGHTON, Optician,
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Giv us a ealL
printed at this o flirt
on short notice and 01
most r sntitble teams
A MONTH! A31VTS VaHTID!
7S Sellam arUahaa, laeWeeMi a earn.
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B B the Industrious
A' work for a t
hornet sftistfi bv
we will atoxt
idodcv fitter m&
tblncHee. The work ts light and plaant, and uch
m any one can tro rigiit at. Thuae wbo aro wtae who
this notice will end a tb-lr addrra-eo at onco
and tire for I hrmaetrea. Coatly OatOt and terms free.
Kow U tbe time. Those alreatiy at work aro lay tog
np la rue iumi of money. Add res TKU 4 Co..
Atianftta, Maine. Will'
Wurst for than ml tt w.
TO $i.)0 A Tear or t5 to
Tfza a aay te your own lo
cality. No liak. Women
do aa well aa men. ataae
make more thaa amount
stated ahore. Ko one ean fail to make money fat.
Any oac ean do the work Yon can make from fifty
centa to two dollar an hour by devoting your ere
nfRR and spare ilme to thlrs hnafnt-aa. It costs noth
ing totryUte buslnea. Nothing like tt for money
mklog ever offered before Uualnraa pleasant and
trUt:y honorable. Reader, If you want to know all
about the best paying bualueaa before fa public, aead
ne your aaarvea ana we win aenu you iuii pamruiara
nrlvaie terms free: aamolea worth 5 also fr-
ou can then make up your mind for youraell. Ad;
.i.riui;v unv'iiaiV' a lt tWf..a fej .u.
Vssvuaa ntuaTv en vv e m m rneiuv.
Headquarters for everything in the above
line is at
J. M. OTTERBACKKR'S.
Hi troods were bought before the rise In
prices, and will be sold regardless of the ad.
vance. In bit stock may be found Buffalo
Robes, Lap Robes, Blanket, Whips, Har
ness. Bridles. Halters. Baddies. Busrirv Mats.
Hand Trunks, Satchel, Sbawl Strapa,
woolen uusters, Brushes, curry combs
Harness Soaps, Harness Oil at wholesale
and retail, Sewing Machine Oil.
Needles for every kind of sewing machine
In the market.
Farties In need of anything In his line
should not fall to extnvne bis stock tnd get
HERE I $5 is EOOSS for 50 eti.
MkttlaAsralaa, DOST BUta laU
M alaal BWo-aaa-SBakiag Surats ; IS Saa Pra
acts Foaataia Past I ftiaal feast I SiUar-alalaeJ
HaJttar i I Plaia Haider j I labbsr bs reaail ; B taa Eavet
ts roaaiaia raa s aiaai react i ' j
n stat is las r spar I Jbw Mmmh thai faaay rwsa
aaa Caiaase Secret for glaanaf liaei
(laastac naea, aef aaey hum s
lftv Canta. ataasae Ukas. Itsrssv
ret.l All BoBa IOT fin;
aava mwm iv
You can make your selec
tions from a choice line of
Black Dres Silks
Colored Dres$ Silks,
Worsted Dress Goods,
Ladles and Hisses' Furs,
Ladies' Gents' and Children's
Underwear, Hosiery and
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Em
Clilldran's Kult Wool ftaeqaaa
in all slaes.
We have a nice line of choice
All other goods at the low
est prices possible. Any one
in need of dry goods or no
tion , will find it to their ad
vantage to call and sae us be
fore purchasing, as we are pre-
pared to give some of the
best bargains ever offered.
We are headquarters for
Shelf Hardware, Groceries,
Lamp Goods, Beady-made
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Gloves,
Mittens, and Gents'. Furnish
Full Suits made to order by
experienced workmen, and
We have the largest stock of
Holiday Goods ever offered in
this market. Parties contem
plating purchasing, are invi-
ted to look over our assortment.
Baldwin, Laundon & Co
WE HAVE THE
U:ost Oemplttt Stools Of Qoods 3Tor
Men and Boys Wear!
Ever Brought to
Cloths for the us torn
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 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.
A. 1. PITCH.
Is the PRESCRIPTION DE-
FaTHENT, -which is complete
in oil its appointments for the
compounding and dispensing of
Fhycieians Prescriptions, with
accuracy and dispatch. The drugs
and chomicals vro uso are fresh
and pure. Wo
tho business. Have your prescrip
tions prepared oy us.
at a itfcroring crug:siot ana unamiota.
ZS I atums)inii,siisjiiu)j r fj i I J I
Thomas' EcLxCTKic Oil! Worth Txs
know Aif tthinq of it If mot, it is Tims ton sis. There are but few prepa
rations of medicine which have withstood the impartial judgment of tbe people
for any great length of time. One of
preparation of alx of soma of the best oils that are known, each possessing vir
tues of its own. Scientific physicians know that medicines may be formed of
several Ingredients in certain fixed proportions of greater power, aud produc-
ing effects which could never result from the use of any one of them, or in dif
j fersnt combinations. Thus in the preparation of this oil s chemical change
takes place, forming a comnoua J which could not by any possibility be mads
, froaa any other combination or proportions of the same ingredients, or sny other
: Ingredients, and entirely different trom anything ever before made, one which
i produces the most astonishing results, aad having s wider range of application
i than sny medicine ever before discovered. It contains no alcohol or other vols -
tile liquids, consequently loses nothing
get the benefit of every drop; whereas,
alcohol Is lost in thst way, snd you get
they may contain.
J. B. Bloomer, Virgille, N. T., writes:
swelled neck snd a sore throat on my
soved the pain from a very sore toe;
so much so, that she could not walk about the house; she applied the Oil, aad
in 94 hoars was entirely cured."
Pr. A. S. Russell, of Harion Co., V.
caaes of acut and chronic Inflammation, catarib. bronchitis, lame back, dyaen
tery, etc., makea the demand for it very great. Seud me half a groa toy express
Sold bv all medicine dealers. Price
Sverett & Starr. Wholesale by Strong.
Prepared only by FOdTKU, MlLUUiliN dt CO., Uunalo, i. X. bucscitors
to S. N. THOMAS, Phelps, N. Y.
Nots. Bcltctn belectedlauu Electrized.
This space is reserved for Everett
& Starr, who are too busy shewing
and ordering HOIDAY GOODS to
write an advertisment.
Department unsurpassed by any
and MIETK knows just hovr
Ties; Collars; Hosiery; Trunks
stock and satisfy yourselves that
the money than you can get else
claim skill and
in this "branch of
Tiitss its Weight ni Gold. Do too
these is Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, purely a
by evaporation. Wherever applied . yoa
w4th other preparations, nearly all tbe
only the small quantity of oils which
"Your 'Eclectrie Oil' cured a badly
son, in 43 hours; one application also re-
ray wife's foot was also much Inflamed,
T., says : "Its wonderful success la si
SO cents and $1.00. Sold in WeULo&rton by
Cobb A Co., Cleveland, O.