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VELi;r(T(), LORAIN COUNTY, OlltO, AVEDNESDA V. FiiBKUAH Y 27. IHH9.
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Published every Wednesday, at
Term of Suhaorlptloni
One Year '
three Months.. ..
J. T. HASKELL,
ATTOSSY-AT-LAW ui XOTAEI PULBIC,
Louua and Collection- inadu a specially
Office In bank uuilding.
J. H. DICKSON,
ATTORN E Y-AT-L AW,
and solicitor ot
American and Foreign
IF. TENTS .
' WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
WELLINGTON, - OHIO.
Ii W. fJHOSJWIS, Insurance Airir.l an
t. Notify PuMta. Iiiuiniiuui!, wV.i . "inrt
eaves, will. lenses, contracts, olo.. wiltlen In
annul mill li-aul niiiiiin-r. OiHiwovor tHTiiirei
bv,l soil .tin.. tr.
1.MKR II4HI N
lb, Rarher. keep
. J J one of
the imaiest. room oonvHidfiit liar
bur Uh'iuxlntnwn. Only tti-nian wiii-kiihm
inuluyHd. A full iWMiriiiii.nl of hair nils. "
n,lw mi, I h.ilr restorative. Klne li.tlli nanus
inoimiicctlon and iiiriiilii-l at all limiin wit n
but aoil uiilil water unci nil in-o.-iO V cutiv-MH-
IIIV KlMMIIIi. iiiHi i.l" l- J"f'i
' ' DKNTIS I H.
Ti J. If ol.llltooit. DentM OI1W over
J I Hiilii"! etoro, In Hank Uoll.llnii.
Welllne-mii Ohio. Nitrous oxldv gut admin
Stered for i h.- estrw-tioi of eerh
rt -k.it.'. Af a !1 !. Pictures In ev.
Oervstvle and hunt up with the times.
8pdcll attention pild to eularrlne; In Orayon
Iii, or w7atar Dolors and copying from old
nlolurea. uin no wires an iirewrimi aim -u
Sllcates can be ha.' at any time, uaiiery o
owlliy 4 Hall's grocery. I
Pictures of all kinds. Finest work aud latest
styles. Copying and eolarglnK In Crayon, luk
nd Pastel. Spoolal attention to the babies.
. C roiisr's Black, Wellington, O.
E. HATHAWAY M. D.
. v areciALTiKsi "
Rcul dlsetMis and diseaM of the bladderand
kldaeys. Pllee.nlcerallon of the rectum, net01
i. .... RHNMtind .11 nravltnc dleeaMS of the I
rocuiin treated by an Improved system, wltbont I
pain or deteotloa from bualneae. I
Ulsoaees of the bladder and kidneys treated only
after a careful and proper analysis oi ..
Carpenter Block - Welllnfton.O I
R O. HOLLAND,
rjslsrinTjk. ul Dentist.
Orders rewW'l at Telephone Exchange
nd at F. D. Felt's druu store.
Graduate Toronto Veterinary College, olass '87.
L. B. PRATT,
Mim km -1 Dentist,
Over twenty five years of practice. Orders
received at Adams' and Houuhuin a drug
stores. Horses still taken for treatment at my
atalile on Courtland Avenue. --
J. H.WIGHT, Sole Aent,
. , ,.r...u T 1... CM
Jjoaier ID Uiocaa, tv au'.iiea, -.inwony, ran-
erware, Gold Pens, etu. No. 5, Puhllt
8quare, Wellington, Ohio.
Livery and Feed Stable.
South Side Mechanic Street, first
door east of American House.
Ib C:s d Transfer Li&e.
Conveys Passengers and Baggage to
nd from trains or residences. Also col-
lects and alstrlDutes txntM, doing a
genera) eijprKMlitjT and pf-V.je business.
Leave e l-'- 'r' feinj'liiiie American
Home. ;' . II. 1. SjiTti, Prop.
J : - ' a-K..sn. yVA ft .
1834. ' 1889.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL $100,000.00', SURPLUS $6,600.00.
Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
S. S. WARNER, President.
8. 8. WARNER.
D. L. WAIiSWORTII & CO.,
Maun facta rura of and dealers Id
D50M, Sasls. asad. Blinds
Cheese and Butler Boxes, all kinds ol
Ltl.nber, Lath, Sh'mrlen. Battens. Mould,
intra and Fluorine Sldlnif made and Sur
face Plnninir (hmc to order on-lirt no.
HOYT &, BENSCHOTEN,
Dealers in and Manufacturers of
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCUK3.
A Full Line of Goods Always In Ptm-k. .
Arterial Embalming a Specialty.
Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari
ety of Mouldings tosolect from.
N. E. Corner ol Suuare, Welllmrton. o
S. F. BLACK,
Contractor and Builder,
Plans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 4G-ly
CHRISTIE & BENNETT
CARRIAGES, WAGONS AMD SLEIGHS !
Or IVIRT DK80RIFT1OM.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Meets nn the td
and ith wwine
Post roam In
M. W. Lang.
Ill 111 i l k 1. E!
From and after May 1. trains will pass WellinKton
as toiiowe :
No.l-N.YBt.L.fatllne l:a m,
No. xM-Ind.aud Wlieellug t 8:11! a. in
No. t;iii.Col'ilix 9:0Sa. in
Nn S HllHT.1.1 N.I . s t;in. as u. u.
No. 7-N. V sudMt. L. Kx wiMp.m.
No.7 i'ol s wneenng accoih.... a.wV. u
No. 9-Nlxht Kx 2:7
No. 81 -Local Freight 8:Ua.m
No. 8 St. L. 4 N. i Express..
S:l7 a. ui.
8:1 a. m.
, I M p. ui.
No. 8-Nluhl Kx
No.0 Galliin A Cluve'd Ac
No. IS-Huitclal Ht. Lonis N. V. Kx.
No. 4 Whiirllns'. Ind and CIotb. ex
No. Cincinnati ACIeve'd Kx
No tW-Loral Krelght
Nna 1, 6. 8. 8, t and 18 rnn dally,
t Trains atop on signal.
WSEELIM i W RAILROAD.
Cleveland & Marietta R. R.
Prom and after June 8, 18M. tralne will paas Well
inguin aa ioiiows;
No. T , 4.mip.m.
No. 8 8.N pm.
No. 17 Local . .6a.m.
No. ( -,.,,..10. 83a.m.
No. 8..., H.Oap.m.
No. 8 T. 48p.m.
No. Id Local 8.10 p.m.
Noe. 1,8 and 9 dally; others dally ax. Bandar,
rnrtherlnformatloalnregardio this llae will
Arrive dally, 1:00 a.m. Depart, I : JO p. ax.
BUNTINOTON. SULLIVAN and POLK.
4rrtve daUy, II :80 a. m Depart. 1 1 -
rrlve dally. a.m.
Depart 1 ta.m
0TICB Is hereby given that the Arm of
Hrenac iiarrnT una uy
fxai naV thtt Ptitit
-Ing partner. J.
Mfl tlnue business at the old stand.
' J. H. BTaaa.
r....,l. nm InittvMtlnn atwsva wield.
to thi rmrtlv" properties of Hlhhard'8
RheunmtleHiriit.einiiiinliig, m It does
nature's Hiilt -to t'i atomai'b. . , For
tie at E W. A Utus" nd F V Felt.
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Issued on all European countries.
R. A. HORR, Cashier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier.
R. A. HORR.
Pratt k Herrick,
GENERAL FEED AND FLOUR mil
Free delivery to nny part of the corpor
atlon. Rxilrond street, WcllWtoo, O.
I 0. E. SUTLIFF,
ESALEH 2 IT CO A3-
Jackson and Blossburg.
Terms Tin ul Pms ow.
Oirmeon West I,Uertv St., Telephone 48
To the WEAK and
BmitNtss, or Incapacity forS
icilTi duUtaol'Hlc, who may find!
or ara luSeriuK from
of any de-clption, can be pecnuK-U
neatly cured by eontuiuoc
Superior 6t. next to P. 0.,
Two HouseB pleasantly located.
A good House and Lot on Tay
lor street for Bale cheap and on
reasonable teimB."""' " '3Ct
Sage & o
1889 has arrived and I am
on hand to furnish the beet
in town at the market prices
ordeied by Bpecial inspection
Fresh Pork &
Constant! v on hand. One and
all please favor me with your pa.
0. A FAXON.
To The Citizens of Wellington.
Fred D. Fell, the druiriflst. ot Welling
ton. will keen lor sale tbe celebrated
Imliiin I'ill.iininulactured by the eminent
I. It MacFarlnml ul Genoa, O This ia
the nill that cures headache, sick or ner
vous, also constipation, and lor one (allure
we offer 1100 If directions are carried out.
We can ti ll vnU more, tltev cure rheuma
tism, scliith-. or chronic. Inflammatory. All
stomach diseases yield every time to this
great discovery. They will positively
eure all dlseaaea ot the urinary orirana ft
curable from any medicine. The aecret Is
tin y cure the liver and will not fail. Do
not fall to try this medicine; 1 a box, 60
pills In each taix. Call at reirsarug store
fur them. Fell onlv keeDS them. Well.
ink-ton. Ask for the little bonk slving
sjinpinms. This Is tbe great blood search
er of the world.
N R. Felt's onl V. KememDer ur. n
MacFarland's pill is the only genuine
MacFarlnnd pill on earth.
What B. R. Cooper, says.
J E. Jackson Dear air: "I had Bright'
disease In the worst torm. I nsed two
bottles of tour medicine, Burdlck's Kid.
ney Cure, end It has done wonders for me.
The swelling has left my body and limb
and 1 am so well I can walk out kgkln
This is the only remedy that wauld reach
mv rase. Price 7fi centa.
What John L. Hadea.of Woodbury, N.
ft. aays: J. E. Jackson, Dear Bit : "I
bad kidney trouble for year very bd
my pains st times were so great I would
roll the floor. I thought my case a help
less one. I nsed two bottles ol yoor med
icine, (Burdlck's Kidney Cure) snd now I
can do any kind of work. I recommend
this to all sufferers. Price 75 cent and
11.85. For sale by Fred D. Felt.
For liri'dicbe, mi (Tocfual remedy Is
found In iS'lib'- I i"e l'Hk 2.1 t enia f-r
.48) pills. F 1) Ft It.
As Cathsrsd ly Oar S-ecial Ccrrescsndents.
AH About the HuppenlnRS and Spccitil
Event!! In their Immediate Vicinity.
' 'February 25, '80.
Snow all gone and mercury helow zero.
It doesn't 1'iaw enough in the middle of
the day kiiimonth down the rouda.
Meetings still continue in the M.E.
churt h.!'l(ev. J. B. Reanr, of Bucirus. is
to Lo lute all thia week to help the pastor.
Mrs. Ai2!u Clu.iimitn wi:e o Luke
Olmpniarl; died on Tuisday, Febiu-
ury 1U, el y a. m., of typhoid pneumoniu.
Bhe as 8 great suflerer fri m the time
she was llrsl tnken on Feb. 11, only sick
atMiiii s 'NTeck ai a she and kiovio so poor
her frlentln would hardly n cognize her,
She llvetl ihe religion whit h lie protigs
ed. Only lie day before tdo wus taken
hick she iSv lo her testimony U r bi r
Savior iu ilass nueting. She as un ex
rellent Christian woman and (lie com.
tnunity wilt leel her loi-s very dei ply. The
bereaved Irlends have the sympathy of
the ahole'ciiuimuulty. The tuni'tul was
held on Fiidny to give timo lor her broth.
er Wfllinm, In Eunsus to get here, but be
was in An.oiiH soo uld not set here. 1 1 1 r
old pastor, Riv. W. C Dasongnve us a
talk of a few m menu, such as we like to
bear fn i'i hiui but no legnlnr funeral
sermon, friends sml neighbors were
very kind (luting hi r sickness and also
after hit d atb, for w hich the friends w ih
to express their thanks.
Mrs. Tom Sweeny has a little daughter
about two weeks old.
Miss Fidle Jones who Is studying at
Commercial College Id Cleveland, spent
Sunday with her sister. Alice Holland.
Jerome Pratt has returned trom Virgin
ia, lie U tery much pleased with the
place end Is going down there. 1 will tell
you more about him next week.
Mr. Edsim Claik leaves here this week
to be In W'akhinglon the 4th.
Frank Richmond and his wife went to
housekeeping last of last week and on
Saturday rwning Just before dark tbelr
bonse undertook to have a bouse warming
II by itself. Tbey put wood In the si ore
and shut i;, and went over home. When
Uey WaWacii they found the house full
ot smoke. A me near the stove waa
burned up and about a yard of carpet and
the straw under It and the floor was on
fire. It waa soon put out but a few ruin
utes more and the Mends who came in
the evening lo surprise them, would have
been tbe moat surprised by not finding
any bouse there, as it was tbey report a
very pleasant time.
Lester Ounn bas moved to Plttsfleld.
Mr. Gatdner moved Into the house east of
the center which be vacates.
Dan Lrlniuger baa bought Billy Gay's
home al the center and rents it to his
David Lang returns to Lis home In the
west this week, Ilts lathet Is very much
Cbas. Leach and bis wife are going to
live with ber mother, Mrs. Asa Simonaon.
I have heard that they are here now.
Squire Itielon ougln to be healthy. He
spends conaldi'rable of bis time in riding
which Is called a benllby exercise.
It humor, wit, and liomsty could save"
from the Ills flesh Is heir to, what a kood
price they'd bring in the market Well,
twenty-live cents will buy a good panacea
Salvation Oil, a certuin cuie.
February 25, '89.
Mr. Jack Baxter, of Oberlin, who baa
been at Mr. W. Andrews' sick for the past
three weeks was taken with a severe chill
on last Sunday nig'-t and bas been very"
much worse for the past lew days.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Foster attended
the funeral ot relative In LaGrange. on
Mrs. Geo. Conkling, of Rochester, visit
ed her uncle, Simon Long and family dur
ing the past wek.
Mr. Lee Myers and Miss Nora Long
visited in Rochester the fore part of the
Mr. Simon Lonir was In Wooster s
couple of days this week.
Rev. 8. L. Gray, ot LaGrange, waa the
suest of J. II. Oardoer and family over
nlgbt the fore part ol the week.
Mr. Ileary Esslg lost valuable colt
few days ago. .
Miss Loitle Gardner closed ber school
in LaOrange on Friday the 22d.
Mr. Henry Fenfleld and daughter,
Florence, of Oberlin, visited in towe few
J. R. Gardner waa In Lattasburg a coo
pie of day last week visiting hi 8ter
and hi ged mother who Is veiy ill.
. Last Sunday Black River, was on a boom
nd some were deprived of attending ser
vices oa account of It.
We are In the midst of cold wave and
are hiving sero weather for change.
Mr. aed Mrs. Carpenter, ot Plttsfleld,
visited IhV lii.it1--'. Mi. fi-. I.mg rt
Uinl'v M F. ui it vh-;..
M its Tret-sn Starr closed ber school In
LaGianiie on the-lOlh.
Mis Hrl'Ht Ceiiham is reported ss be
ing quite sick.
Mr. llartj Starr, of Ri m'n((ton, Kansas,
put in an upietiinnce Inst Saturday and
wis sillily neliumed ly his pnrmis.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Starr, at tbe home
Mim Minnie Pinion closed ber school
at the ci uter on Satuiday.
Mrs S. I.. Gia), of LaGrange attended
services iu the Baptist cliuuhon Sunday
1 he yi ucg folks enjo) ed a very j.lcns.
ant purt) which was largely attended at
the res'di nee of Mr. and Mrs Harvey
Brouse on lutt Sutuiday evening.
Hood's Sarsiipnrllla is peculiar so iti-elf
mid superior lo all oilier piepnratioi a in
strength, cu m m, and metliuinul merit.
February 25. '89.
Oysler suppei last Wednisday evening
at Town Hall about two hundred present
good time general.
The crazy t-ot iuble at Rev. Geo. Knnpp's
Thurt-day evi ning waa a sticcet-g.
Mit-Monar) nieilinu at Congregational
Church Sunday morning March 3rd
spei ker In D. Olieniu expicted.
Mr. James Junta ol Fostoiln and Mr
Win. Joi es ol Dellance two or time
da) s In town last wei k.
( hurt b h ciul at Geo. Grten's Tlrmdny
evening t'ie28tb. Lion
The world-wide reputation of Ayer's
Sal i-apm ilia is the naturul nsult i f its
rUUmrtinK Value aaa bh d medicine
Nothing, in the whole pliarmacoi oca, el
ecta more asu n'Himii i ecuu, in tcroiuin
rheumatism, general debility, and all
lotmsol bioou d seute, than this remedy
February 25, "80,
We may be a little late In re oiling the
marriage of Miss Ltda Gannett to Joe
Bo-'y week before last.
Quarterly meetings at the River Corn.
era inxl Saturday at d Sunday.
At last tbe grist mill property ba
found a buyer. A. II. Miller of this place
and Willis Auble of Missouri will take
powessinn immediately and will have
tbe flowering part in operation about the
middle ol next month. With a little en
ergy 11 can I brought bat k tdIta 'stand
rd of exelkncy it bad before shutting
Mrs. Denning died while visiting her
dnuRhtrr, Mrs. Charlie Brown She was
quite sn old lady, resident ot Litchfield
but quite well knox n In these parts.
"I have used Ayer's Pills for the past
80 yean, and am aatisfled I should not be
alive to-day if It bad not been lor them,
'l in y cured me of dyspepsia wben all
other remedies railed.' T P. Ilonner
Chester, Pa. A) er a Pills are sold by all
February 26, 1880.
Washington Birihday was celebrate
by about thirty of our folks by attending
the Temperance mee ting In Elyria, a vet
good meeting Is reported by ibose who
Mllfred Gillctt w ho went to Minnesota
several jcais ago came home to make
tisit to bis stents and nlitlves airhinc
on Friday last.
Mr. Gunn our new grocery man, h
commenced business near the Center,
success lo bltn.
David Davis relumed fmm Texss last
week, having dleposcd of most or all of
the cattle he took.
Robert Sheffield bas been chosen one
ot the Petit Juror to serve at the April
term of the United Slates district court
for Northern Ohio, which will bold Its
session In Cleveland.
February 28, "89.
' 8 Degrees below zero.
Sufficiently cold for prsciical purposes.
Butt Wilklns who went down quick,
has come back to lile and Is as smiling as
. Mr. Williams ha been screously ill.
He is now getting better, tut the younges
daughter Is sick a tied w ith lung fever.
Miss Eule Manville has al been on
I ho sick list
Dr. Painter stllla continues to bold
meetings at M. E Church, although he Is
suffering severely from a Inme side caus
ed by a fall.
The remains of Porter Know Is, of
Hancock County were brought here for
burial last wet.
Lionatd Sweet la at work fur ht father
Iu the store.
About thirty dollar have been raised
for the purpose of purchasing row for
Elder Gray. Mrs. Morsn has very valu
able cow wblch the withe to sell Imme
diately. LeunRysn, Mark Snyder ot Oberlin
College, Lee Stroup of Berea, spent Bun
Vvri Yiw. Wear elrrl to rr that
.v lls arr doing wed, nfin. !ni,
credit u on themselves as will as upon
their fi imer scl oI. ' !
Calvin P. Vt ilc. x hrs lem ohllpid to
quit college, temporuriiy in acci unt ef
111 hcalh. '
Miss Gutdnerof Perfleld closed ber
scliooj In tin-Loomis distl let last Frlda.
She will U ad. wi tt of Peutle d f hie spring.
fliiMi 1 iow, who has ben lendiing in
i Wih ox district, begins si i n the
spring teim In district si nth ol ton
H e wil tei teim f the I'i ii t. Si hod
will doe ti ls weik. I! etoiiiala and
usical nheii-al Fiiciny and Sntuniay
filtg. Admhtlin !ive centa each
Feb'y 23, 89. ;
Mrs. Wm. (bumtarlian aid daughter
Ilia i-l ent t-aUni'H sid Stiridiy in
Ol etlin with hit mis. Misallla letorned
n Mondiy, lot.ud the, rotds be1 ween
l'it.ftleld and WelliriL'ti n oxer l!cwed lor
HUedhtmci aa it umalh Is in linn g' of
fltehet. Dining btr QiierjiUiy to know
wl ei er to dnve il.ri tub oi jo lei k, the
caw a nu n ti nii g c i wn tbi till wi h aa
ax i n el oultici (we tbii k tl.t t tor (me to
'.be Mr Ilia a man was en aioptable
sight) ol ci ii rn be gallantly puffind bis
eivices to nive tbn rgli lor l.ir, inying
tin t I e 1 1 d In n il ii nib vl 1 1 tl e voter
vas nub lber. lleiunut wis so
swrlt it (mind lie li'Liy to n ke i nihlng
blit a etinigbt ( Otilfu. nl d the hi me nearly
Wintdi.wn. Tie) tinul) gi t lliioiiL'b but
it was a barrow e-CHie.
Mr. Curl Carier was called to Oberlin
on Salutdi-y 16th totee his futbtr who
hud another snoke ol paralysis.
Merrli Ideis cnn.e down fum t.'l eve-
land on Saturtia) to tee hia father who ia
rapidly failing. They have sent lor hi
childn n in New York.
Mrs. Anna Clark was turpmec' by
cemjap) of ber friends on Monday eve-
Ding, it being her biitbdsy. Hi r parents
pn sen ted a center table.
On Tuesday evening Vernie Coatea
wssvlaited by bis youtliful Iriends, the
occasion being bis natal day.
Wm M err ifleld who remind to. Well
ington township abort time ago, died
there very suddenly on Tuesday and wa
brought bere for burial. By hi death,
this family of Merrlfleld become ai-.
iln'ct' VI- ."' -''i '
Coniregational Society met at Martha
Smiths on Thursday to sew for Mr Nettie
Donation at Bro. Streaters on Thursday,
it being bia birthday. Fifty prea.nl in
day time, and about v many in the eve
ning. Passed tiff very pleasantly Re
ceipts $19 cash fll. in other necesaarie.
Mr 5. F. Rice and wile spent Thurs
day and Friday in Savannah, tbe guest of
their aunt Mrs Josie Stirn.
W. C. Drake and Geo. C McConnell
town t luetics made a trip to Ashland on
Saturday in the interests of our com
munity. A faith cute wave lias at lust struck us,
we are watching the outcome with
Tbe Cb ff Brothers, from lb wsburg are
bere adverting tlunnelves preparatory
to getting classes In music.
I wish to proclaim to the world what S.
B. H. baa di ne for me. For the pn8t fn
yeais I have lieen troubled with diendfui
eiupilot son my lace, called by Ivy KiUin
I was under the in-atmenl ol a nn in tier oi
physicians, but obtiined no rclirl 1 tried
tbe liest "b lis d puiltiers" In the market -hut
without avail. I hud given up in,
despair, tiiinkiug I coitkl not be cured;
hut happi-nina to rad the I 'etioit Journal
I uo'lt-ed 8. B. a. advertised and r-ad Mr
Bradley's les-niionl .1. I thuncbt I would
liy this remedy. I have takm eight hot- .
ties ai.d therH is not a sp't on my face. It -
has also curve! me of chronic caiarrr. 1
have mver enjoyed better health limn at
present. I feel like a new person I can
not find words lo express my aiiieclatlob
of it merits, and the gratltitd- I 1 for
the gld lidinga that came to nin through
the reading ol that advertisement. Wish
Ing you every' success, i am
Yours truly, JoeiB Owkx.
Swift's Specific cured me of malignant
Blood 1'ois.m after 1 bad tseu treated in
vain with old so-called teraedies ol Mer
cury and Potash S tt 8. nut only cured
the Blood Poison, but relieved tin- rheu
instli-m which was caused by the Poison
ous minerals. Gbo. Bovbll.
2-122 3d Avenue, N. Y.
SwIlt'sSraclflc Is entirely vegetsble
remedy, ami Is the onlvnv dlrlne which
ln-rnisuently cure Scrofula, Blood Hu
mots. Cancer and Cotititriiiua Bliktd Pois
on. Send for btatks on Blood and Skin
Diseases, mailt d free,
Thb 8wirr Bi'tctrtc Co.,
Drawer 6, AllanU, Ga.
Don't give np, my poor, sick friend i
While there lite there's hope, 'tis sailL;
mc a er persons oi ten mend;
Time to ,-lve op when you're dead.
Purer, richer blood you ned;
Strength and tone yonrsv stem give;
This advice be wise and heed
Take the G M. D. and liva
Tboae letters stand tor "Molden Med
ea I Discovery" (Dr. Pierce'), the gret :
bullding-np, purify log, anddiseaae-expcl -ing
remedy of tbe age. Don't haw!,:
hawk, blow, spit, and d up. truest everyboi ' .'
wh yon nflonalve broatb, but nae Di .
b i-' '' .i.iui KtU"!e and end It.