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A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, Poetry," Etc.
VOL., XIX. -
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY; OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 24, 1886.
... ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. '
DICKSON & HASKELL,
-- ATTORNETS-AT-LAW : -.7
, FIRST DOOR SOUTU OF
v.-,., POST OFFICE, UP STAIRS.
Attorney nd Counselor-at-Law,
WELLIUaTO-, - O
Benedict's Block, Sod Floor.'
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer in Clock, Watches, JeweUy, Sil
verware, Gold Pen, etc. No. 5, Publio
Square, Wellington, Ohio.
S. V. CARPENTER,
, JEWELER and ENGRAVER.
, REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
. Liberty Street, Corner Union Block,
RK. GOODVTI, Iniur.no. A rent and
Notary Public In.uranoe, deeds, roort
ivel, wills, 1HH4, contracts, etn., written Id
ml and legal manner. OtBoe over Borage's
boot and (bo. Itor.
HJ. HOI.HH.OOK. DentM. Olio, over
Hultfd t store. In Bank Building,
, Wellington, Ohio. Nltrou. ox Id, gas adlnlo
Merad (or tb. .xtraotloa of tooth.
v T r. A WT r LLK, Photographer. Plop
I urea In ovary stylo and full ibnul
jji y all tho late Iraprorementa la the ark Bnraire-
). manta for Ituue-eataould. whenever pruoUu.
by Hail's atom telephone No. IT.
Good rooms. Fine light. The best of
work. Prices the lowest. Ulve us a cull
Cro.l.r'a Mock, North Halo Street.
IT. L. WAIWWORTH A CO.,
Vinnfaftiirorn of and dealer! In
33oor, Baah. and I311n.d.
Cheese and Butter Boxes, all kluda ol
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould
ings and Flooring. Siding made and Sur
face Plnnincdone to order on short no.
tlce. WELLINGTON, O.
C. E. 6UTLIFF,
Wlalesile ui Retail Sealer ia'Ccil cf
The Best Quality.
nil.r.pi Mnjwlllon. Jackson. Bloss
iin.. on, I f'unnol at Ilnttiim Prices. Yard
on C. C. C. & I. By. Ollloe on West Main
. . iir in . S n'l.1. U1 at.
DlrCCl, WOUinglUU Vfa ACIOLIHU1IC U. H
To the Public 1 '
FRANKS, HOWK& CO.
A&thxaoiU, Cunnel, Jaokaoxt and
. MaaalUoB Coal, Lima, Cem.at.
plMterasd Pluterln H.lr at Loweit PrlcM, OflM
llojt Wooller'trurnltar. Dulldlns, E. Hum bu
THE NICKEL PLATE
T nnnh Klund ( :iillii CliriirS. lobSCCOS.
Omlectlone, Ginger Ale, and all kinds
of Bummer Drinks ; Ice Cream and Oysters
In aeaaon. Warm Meals at all hours.
North Main Street, Wellington.
Uxl R- Pkabcb. Prop'r.
ftfid i eKU for pottufl.
nrl rtirfllre fr. OOallV
nff m,M which will bl yvt
lo murv name j nsu ww
Iworld All. of Hhr mi, uorwd Irom llrtt hour.
VtiLoiuulf iui At no .wMroM. Tb Co Ail
mJ 111 Mtnfcai MatAM. ftn4 VS
ttiftii ion (tm m roytl, Tinbi.
mail , obitm .rvj-u '-7"KZ
mil of tnAklni mur nooF "JTn V-T-iVC-T
T iinirlii w. will trt ro. lmmenM
al Tb. belt on wtb, can troly be Mid of Oriw'
DaTl athar aorea. Try tb. wouder bealOTv aatiMac
.doVBoaey relunded. OnlBaW
ld by dragnUta.
action to thaUm
Yvj 1tfM Ortli J. rii Ba, AO BnffUki
CAPITAL 100,000.00, , i SURPLUS SS,..
TVio fiou.rul Tlnntlnir Rnalnnaa.' 'Rpralvaa Dnnoalts. Buvs and Sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
S. S. WARNER, President.
, .WM. CUSHION,
8. 8. WARNER. ' ' ' RARORR. r ,
8. K. LAUNDON. EDWARD WEST.
NOR WALK, - - OHIO,
P!::b, b nl Stem Titter,
: ' ' Am) DEAI.F.H IN
Gas Fixtures, Rath Tubif, Water Closets,
flarble Mlabs,ana all Kinds or Brass ,
Work for Water, Gas and Steam.
Bennett :Bros."& Co.,
FOUNDERS A MACHINISTS, '
The Excelsior Wood Sawing; Machine,
The Quaker Brick Machine and
General Machine Work, r
WiTll-agton, - OIlIo.
CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS
. Or BVIRY DKSCRIFTIOK.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
PRATT & HERRICK.
General Feed Store,
Highest Market Prices paid for
CORN, OATS AND PRODUCE.
Goods delivered free inside the corpora
CITT HACK. OfTeyi 4taaeagwa In nd
from tb. depot, or around town. Ocdera can
b. left at tb. Hotel. U. 11. Battle, Prop'r.
Arrlr. dally, (:00 a. m. Depart, 1 :80 p. m.
HUNTINGTON, SULLIVAN and POLK.
Arrlr dally, II :90 a. m. Depart, 1 :80 p. m.
PENFIELD. , I
Depart Tneadaya, Tbnraday. and Saturdays at
lb:00a. m. ,
Et'CKNB HOIllKMitN, the Ilnrtwr, konpt
on. of the n.alnat, mom oonvonlnnt llrtr
bar Sbopa In town. Only nrm-olaM workniuit
amployad. A full iort rnrut of Imlr ollx, )
roadM and hair ro.torHtlvea. fine bulli-rooitil
In oonneotlnn and furnlhwl at all hour wlm
hot and cold water and all liHCMftrtury ootivvnl
.ooea. Kooma. Houtb ald Liberty rtrcet.
The new line of Attachments with
each Domestio are specialties. No
other machine has them. These
and the new Woodwork make the
"Domestio" the Acknowledged
Standard of Excellence.
S. F. HASTINGS, Agent,
' . WELLINGTON, OHIO.
Rooms and Office In Benedict's Block.
ALL KINDS SEEDS
' ' IN B uXK, AT ME
A ' J A WAlAJi
X lJll UJJll
Issued on all European countries. , ,' j '
R. A. HOUR, Cashier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier. . , . , , !
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January 1st Standard Time,
Ho. S Oln. Indnla. ft CoI'iKx.. 8:28 a.m.
No. 6-Spclal N.Y. Cln.ABt. L. Xx
Htopa on alinial.l 18:18 p. m
No. ar-Cleve'd A CoP. Accom 5:00 n. m.
No. -NiKht Kx 8:p. m.
No. 81 Local Freight 1:1 ) a. m.
' OOIMO 1AST.
No. S-Nlght Bx SSa.m.
0. t Uallon Cleve a AO T:n a. m.
4)o. M Special St. Loo I. A N. T. Ix. l:0Sp.m.
No. (Cincinnati Ind A Clet.'d Kx. 8: p.m.
No. aa-Local Freight..... 1:05p.m.
No. 5. (, Band M ran dally.
Farther Information la nxard to tbla Uaa will
be found on page .
mum i lies uis mmi
Cleveland St Marietta R. R. '
From and alter Jan. 17, 1886. until fut-
ther notice, trains on this road will pass
Wellington as lollows :
Btaadard Tim a.
No. 1 I.N a.m.
No. 5 11. OR a.m.
No. 7 l.Up.m.
No. II 11.00 p.m. '
No. 17 Local., S.SSa.m.
No. 4 ..10.10 am. :
No. 8..,. 2.4tip.m. ,. '
No. 8 11. SB p.m.
No. U Local 1.20 p.m. ,
No. 11 ran. dally; olber dally eiccpt Sunday
Further Information la regard to .thl. Una will
d. louna oo page a.
TOR EUROPE., '
Nevada If arch 80th, 1 :S0 p. m.
Wiioinaln, April nth, 5:30 p. m.
Alaaka April ISlb.Noon.
Cahla rt?. acoirdlnir to location. t0. 170. tW:
mood trip $110, SIJB, $144. Steerage f 'JO. For
paaaage ana any runner inrormauon, auniy ro
U. O. MUUI), Agt., Wellington, O.
V INHAN LINK.
City of Charter
" (hloiRo March rth, II :80 a.m.
" Bichmond April Srd, 4 p. m.
Ilnti' of paaaaire from Now York, cabin, fnO and
,HU, rimnd trip SHU, $144; Intermediate $.uj round
trip iti; alccrage 14J, round trip tHI.
II. O. BIOCS, Agt.
Servla March fTth, 11 a. m.
Ilallia April Snl, B p. m.
Imbria April 10th, 9 p. m.
Cabin p...are f W, $W, aim, teerage t. Inter
mediauj a-ib. For further Inrnrmalioii apply to
11. 0. 111UUH, Agt., Wellington, O.
Ileadaclie, Naiiapa,nizziuciit,aud Drownl
cms. They stlmulnto tho Stomach, Liver,
and Bowebi, to healthy action, aaalat diges
tion, and Incrcaw the appetite. Tlicjr
combine cathartic, diuretic, and tonlo
properties of the greatcat value, aro a
purely vegetable compound, and may be
taken with perfect safety, either by chil
dren or adults. E. L. Thomaa, Froiiilug
ham, Haas., writes: "For number of
years I was subject to Violent Ilcadiiclien,
arlilng from a disordered condition of tba
stomach and bowels. About a year ago I
commenced the use of A vet's Pills, and
have not bad a headache iluce." W. P.
Hannah, Gormley V, O., York Co., Ont.,
writes; " I have used Aycri rills for the
but thirty years, and can safely say that I
, bare never found their equal as a eatbartlo
medicine. I am never Without them in
my house." C. D. Moore, Elgin, III.,
writes': "Indigestion, Headache, and Loss
of Appetite, bad so weakened and deblll-
tated my system, that I was obliged to five
up work. After being undor the doctor's
. ears for two weeks, without getting any
. relief, I began taking Ayer'e Pills. My
appetite and strength returned, and I was
soon enabled to resume my work, la per
.focthealth." - - . '
' "', PREPARED BY '' .' '
Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co, Lowell, Haas,
'i " Sold by an DruggutJ. : '.' I ! ""
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fro Cu Eff.cis:! Corpi of ComsWaiati',
''' ''5 PENFIELD.
" ' ' March 15th, 1886.
' Bad roads are In season.
Bugar makers are busy setting their
The BaptiMt Society gave a warm sugar
supper on Wednesday evening, at the
reside'ue of Chas. Palmer.
Mr. K. Blanchard was in town over Sun.
Mr. C. B. Llndsley spent Sunday at
home. The family met on Saturday to
open the will of their deceased father.
E. S. Newcomb Is father of another girl
baby.- v We are still ahead. Lone Stab.
The following Is the general average of
two examinations in the various studies
of each scholar, tor tbe four months end
ing Match 0, In district No. 4, Penfleld
Laura Dague, 93; Nellie Gardner, 94;
Annie Ooodyear, 97; Stella Goodyear, 97;
Amy Hart, 08; Lena Pierre, 87; Arthur
Christie, 93; Lewie Jonea, 97; Rolla Rich.
ards,97 Bonnie Sony, 92; Hawlcy Soov,
100; Hornle 8ooy, 94; John Yost, T; E"r
Die Yost, 98.
Lewie Jones was neither absent or tardy
during tbe term. Average daily attend
ance, 14 ; per cent of attendance, 90.
' Henrt Dauohebtt, Teacher.
March 82nd, 1886.
Election is coming, and we see soma
bantams flying around with smiles on
tbelr laces, and saying confidentially to
some of their friends, "We will do that
Loo Trust np this spring." But no
one seems to take any stock in their
Mrs. tym. Lang Is quite sick with lung
Died, at the home ot his son-in-law, Mr.
Walter Bmltb, on Monday morning, of
lung fever, Mr. James Pierce. The de
ceased was 62 years old.
Mr. D. M. Shaw received a subpoena
from Richland county, oo Monday, to ap
pear as witness in the case of Reynokla,
the haine-Uiiet captured in Elyria last
fall. Mr. Shaw is making a good thing
out of thia affair, as be got $45 reward for
tbe horses stolen.
Our blacksmith la about selling out his
shop, house and lot to Mr. W. Johnston,
of Chatham, O.'- We hope It may not
conclude In a sale, for Mr. Blantern baa
shown himsell to be a good workman, and
a very a.'commodallng man In his Dual-
' ltfrt.1oi! 'leri on katllraay fast for
nis new borne in Aansaa. 1 lie best wlsb..
es ot bis many triends tollow him.
The bulletin board has not been out
since Lone Trustee made tbe raid on the
The cbcese-lactories are being repaired,
and will soon be In operation.
, Mr. W. Hart sold a fine team of black
horses lo Mr. Burke, of Elyria, last week,
March 23rd, 1886.
dure Curr, of Wellington, Is visiting In
The concert at the M. K. church was
very well attended, rouxideriug the weath
er. John (liar will work his father In-law,
M. II. HulTinan's farm the coming year.
Hiram lUunent, of Lafayette, will move
onto his mother's furui, on tho Smith
Township caucus Saturday evening be
fore election. Let every voter turn out
and procure the nomination of good men
for township odlcera, and Increase the
Republican majority of last fall.
Miss Wallace, of Holmes county, will
teach tbe Center school the coming sum
mer. Married, at Sprlngville, March 11, MUs
Sanders, of Sprlngville, Wayne county,
to Mr. Wesley Bromte, of Spencer.
March 22od, 1886.
R. D. Gilsnn, of Wellington, formerly
of Brighton, will move to Alleghany, Pa.,
where be will be engaged in the manu
facture of butter.
Mr. S. Clark bis rented his farm to Jan.
Loveland, of Camden Mr. Loveland will
occupy a part of Mr. Clark's house.
A. J. Kinney has rented his farm to G.
Stevens, ol ltochestcr. We hear that Mr.
Kinney will sell his personal property at
The concert given by Miss Hough and
claas last Saturday night, wa not very
Mr. Avery Hardy banded In bis resig.
nation, some time since, as mail-carrier,
and s number of bids have been sent in
by those who aspire to carry the mail. If
reports are true, tbe mail carrier of the fu
ture will not be over paid tor bis trouble.
Rev. G. Knapp waa not able to All bia
pulpit yesterday, and, consequently, there
was no services at tbe M. E. church In tbe
I. Evcrson was tbe first one to bring ma
ple sugar into tbe market this spring.
Brighton hens lay such large eggs that
It takes four horses to draw them to the
Miss Edith Callin, of Rochester, spent
Sunday in town. . 1
W mior ernnnlv InfitrmAd about ITar.
leyWard erecting a bouse.
lue concert in in nail Diuuruaj leveu
Ini waa near I v a fkllura. There was one
very nice duet and no taffy.
n,T . 1 I - U , . .i,k..Al
1 ne ScnuuiuioavH oaiumaj. anumuoiui
scholars saw Mr. Kupp safely on the train.
We think be will be back again to see
one ot tbem.
The young people Informed us last week
that warm sugar does not agree with tbem.
Brighton people are waiting for returns
from Washington to decido who shall car
ry the mall. . .. , Cabu i.
. , March 23rd, 1886.
Our dry goods store, situated on south
side public square, has changed hands.
Mr. Monkman, of Royalton, is bow the
Mr. Birch bad the misfortune to have
his cheek bone crushed In by a hand
spike, which slipped from his hand, while
he was rolling a log.
Now bring out your fine poultry. Al
bert Canfleld baa an old ben that laid an
egg the other day which measures 6 x
B inches. Albert says, "She didn't get
down to her fullest capacity, either."
The schools west and north of town,
taught by O. A. Stranahan and F. S.
Turner, respectfully, closed Saturday.
Mrs. D. P. Simmons bss lust returned
from Cleveland, where she has been at
tending L. B. Hall's scientific dress-cut-tiog
school, and perfecting herself in tbe
art of cutting ana fitting dresses, cloaks,
etc., by tbe tailor mechanical system.
George Brooker was in Elyria last Sat
urday. , .,
Nahcm Rice has sold his place to his
brother, Loo, and will go West. . , .,
Our town is flooded with sale bills.
Mrs. Comstock will soon return to her
Rev. Conry has been assisting Rev.
Readioger, of Oral ton, to carry on revival
meetings, both at Oration and lfclden.
Rol Brant has a boy.
March 22nd, 1883.
On Sunday the 14th, Inst., Mrs. Mosler,
who has been living 1 mile south and 1
mile west of the Center, died very sudden
ly at Kipton, where she was visiting bar
sister, Mrs. Hardy. She attended church
in the evening,, and died about mid
night. Quite s number of cues of sickness In
town, something like distemper, probably
wing to the very changeable weather
Rev. D. Kneale being sick, he could not
hold his regular services at tbe M. E.
Died, on Sunday, the 21st, Mr. James
Gott, aged about 80. He bad lived in
town nearly SO years.
This morning Mr. Wm. Mills had an
other son added to his lamily.
MikS Sarah Beach started for Missou
ri this morning, accompanied by her two
nephews, sons of Mr. Horace Beach.
There Is a prospect lor good butter and
plenty of it, as a number ot our dairymen
aie preparing to keep their milk at home,
and make butter, rather than send their
milk to the cheese-lactoriea at a loss, as
they have at last discovered that they
weie going to the dogs pretty fast ;
., ... - BJBDlrfA.-'X' -
March 22nd, 1886.
Geo. Gray, editor of tbe News, has re
turned irom tils visit In Ashtabula county.
Rev. Hartupee, of tbe Methodist church,
who tell and broke his leg some time
since, has so far recovered aa to resume
his duties as pastor.
The funeral of Mrs. Alvin' Brooks took
place on Friday. She died ot consump
tion. Tho entertainment given by tho S. of
V.'s,ai I'lioenis Hall, last Wednesday
was a succt's.
Mrs. Sie hen Rolph, of River Styx, was
adjudged insane by Judge Graves, and
will be removed to Newburgh soon.
A daughter waa born to Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Tylee, Inst week. ,
A. I. Hoot Is preparing to rebuild his
warehouse, lately destroyed by tire.
Miss Minnie Gayer is gaining slowly
from her lale Illness. .
The "Mikado" was presented at Phoe
nix Hall, by the Leluud Opera Company,
last Saturday niglil. .
Mrs. Frank Bowman, of West Salem, Is
visiting friends here.
Hon. A. D. Licey, of River Styx, was
In town last week.
Wm. U. Niece gone to Pennsylvania to
David Hunsburger, a carpenter, fell
from a building a distance of eighteen feet,
sustaining slight injuries. Q.
March 23rd, 1880.
The entertainment given by the band
boys was a success financially.
ltev. Wm. Clark was the recipient of a
don.ttion, last Saturday.
Mrs. R. F. Austin, of Michigan, who has
been visiting triends here during the win
ter, bos returned home.
A new tin shop is to be located here by
parlies from Spencer.
We bear that Doc. Field expects to build
a new house for himsell'.
The Dakota fever has attacked some
here, but no Immediate danger la appre
hended. John Dagnnn and family will move to
Whitehouse, Wood county, as soon as the
roads will admit of travel. '
Mrs. B. Storrow baa been on the sick
list, but is improving.
Sugar eat at town ball last Saturday ev
ening. Miss Myrtle Blair, who baa been teach
ing during the past winter in Pittsfleld, is
It is said the rile ol baptism will Is per.
formed as soon aa time and lid a will per
mit. , -
The saw mill which has been located on
the farm of Mr. Eddy has finished up all
tbe logs sad expects to move away soon. ,
Rochester don't expect any new rail
roads, so if Wellington and New London
want them, they can bid up and we will
hold the cash.
Sherman Richard says he is going to
be a soldier hold. We understand he is
only waiting lor bia uniform to arrive,
when be will leave to serve Uncle Bam.
It Is said there is a meat market going
to be located here. A city the size of this
could assuredly support such an institu.
tion, and the owaer would be enabled . lo
retire in a short time with a competency:
Bund of Hope concert last Sunday even-
Tbe members of the cornet band and
theii associates played "The Turn of tbe
Tide," at Nova, but, on account of the
condition of the roads, they weie not ..aa
well patronized as tbey .would otherwke
have been. , .
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Rev. G. M. Knann Is not ye( able to fill
his appointments at the M. E cuurcli, but
we learn be la recovering gradually.
. Sugar making does not pan out very
rich ; so say the boys. .,
, Roads awful, and, at this writing, quite
a fall of snow is on tbe ground, and more
is coming last Sioma.
News From the County Seat.
Edward P St Johns vs Loviim L Uav tt
al, to quiet title and set aside will. ,
Otto F Hageman vs E D Fisher, money
only. Thia action Is to recover a per cen
tum agreed upon between the parties' for
obtaining subscription for a canuing fac
tory at North Amherst. The would-be
firoprietor don't seem to -be inclined to
ulnll his agreement.
JS tt Btearnes vs h D i ieher, money on
ly. Same as above.
James Thorn pkins vs Melton Phelps,
money only. Apjieal from J. P. court.
Fred Albrecht et al, vs G L Beeley,' for
money deposited in North Amhanit na
Frank Hurd & Co vs V . M Williams,
money and attachment, dismissed' bv
plaintiff. . "
Jacob Neibel vs Franklin Neh et al,
money only. Cognovit.
Nettle Barker, vs Alliert'Bukor, allimo
ny and equitable relief.
John Utlie vs Indiana Aiken et al, mon
ey only. Action on appeal bond.
Agnes B Ueir vs John Hulf, mouey on
ly. . , .
The doings In the criminal business for
the last week as follows:
Ohio vs E B Aldrlch, assault aud bat
tery in punishing a child at school. Bond
: Ohio vs Allen Curtis, selling Intoxicat
ing liquor to a person In tbe habit of get
ting intoxicated. Yerd let not guilty. .
Bame vs Same, soiling Intoxicating
liquor to a minor. Bond 200. Contin
ued. Ohio vs Charles Fox, assault and bat
tery, verdict guilty, sentenced to pay
a fine of $10 and costs of prosecution.
Ohiovs Nicholas Burrell, selling In
toxicating liquors to a minor, Verdict
Ohio vs William Rink, shooting with
Intent to kill, jury disagreed.
Ohio vs Walter Dowd, selling intoxlcat
lng liquors to a person In the habit of get.
ting intoxicated. Continued.
Ohio vs M J Parrel, selling Intoxicating
liquor on Sunday. Plea not guilty and
continued. Bond $200.
Ohio vs Samuel Howard, inducing fe
male under eighteen years of age to have
Improper Intimacy. Continued, bond
Bame vs Same, improper intimacy with
white person. .
, In Probate:
Weltha D Huhbell, appointed admlnls.
I trator of the ertnte of Mini Hubbell, do-'
ceased, late of Oberlin.
Christian Homer, appointed guardian of
Gertrude, Charles, Frank and Susan Krolt
zel. Will of Susan Kinney, deceased, late of
Columbia, admitted to probate.
Michael Deidrlck, administrator of Ju.
cob Eberllng, deceased, filed his petition
to sell land to pay debts. Order grunted.
Bale made and reported. ' Sulo coiifirmed
and deed ordered.
G L Starr, appointed guardian of Sarah
II Damon, an imbecile of Penfleld, Ohio.
J C Nets, appointed administrator ot
Barbara Netz, deceased, late of Welling
ton. Noncttpative will of Casper Clemens
admitted to proliuto.
Henry Van Neil, iipix.inted ailmlnis
tutor of John liarreinlson, with will an.
Putrlck E Cullau, Carlisle, appointed
cuardian of Martha, Anes, Llizubeth,
Ellen, James and Cecelia Call an.
Patrick Callan, guardian, Hied petition
to sell Tand of wards.
M L Beehe, administrator of Geo Lib
by, filed petition to sell land to pay .debts.
A inusskevtoe alnl verrv lilir. hut tt
contanes mower kuUlne8 than an an
luille fore times Its slz.
An Invaluable Mdl
oln. tor Woman."
LTD1A E. PIMKIM'S
for AlXcf thoa. Painful
Dl irate Oonplaint. and
Oompuoated uonblaa and
weakneaee. ao oonunon
amenff cm Wtvea, Moth.
tub taitb. mm-
- MMtilal. anil laH-
It a vxav auut nu a raaauxov, in uuna
ram nun luob an it uacui nonravii. mm,
OVER 1000 LAOIIB IN PHILADELPHIA
alone, taatlrjr aa to tta rood Quality. ItkadeUaete
- "r -'1 Vat tn hara thrtr aamaa
trrcr all wiian mt the eBerattr. eewaaa of
either m, tt la eemod to ma remedy that haa ever
bee eetore the avbhei mid tat all dleaaeee of th. Kld
aaj. U le the OnaMat Mmmtdt a tta WeHd.
PHYSICIAN! PRESORIBI IT PRIBLY.
Jt aarrow , aM. far a IflUmmH tmHmf af tit.
aa m an tta nlitfaf pate, mmd U torn all aMau to o.
will mom aaUnlj all Owsuor Taguial tmblaa,
Inaaaaaaatlea aa4 Uleemkloa, raUiac and Meplaae.
eii,i aad eoneeqaent Btiaaa Tf n niaaa.d la.u
ttaaOarty adapwa to the Chang, of life.
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paaa. had baakaaaa, I. aeaaumeaiLr .oaed by trnaaa.
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attoa, lnSaaitoaMaa aad rnoarettoa of the womb, .
aoodnur, pnlapraa atorl. Aa. It aontala. a. aab.
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Lrvnirixa. They aara waiilMiiia. hniiiaaaaa.1
and torpidity of the liver, aa eaata par koz.
- An Thea. wcrld-wlda Miebratod raaiedlee are aiaaa. '
aaotarad aa Lraa, Jtaaa. The Oaapoaad Oa Sara, e(
awoiisaa aad pfilal, Idaar nu. aad i m II n TTn
eea be aant hy aull oa vaaatpa of prtoa.
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Band atoaap r atra. Mnkhaa-a "OatdaaiaTaalth
aad OaaAdaoUal aliaalar, with daorlpttoa of eaa.
aad ajaiaaaf wiili n, AwHaattMJWv
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