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A Family ITowapapor Devoted; to tb,o Interest of Lorain County and . Vicinity.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1889. NO. 4
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Published every Wednesday, at. ,
Twiu of Iwaaarlvtioai
BlX Uonthl i . 75
Loins and! Collectloni made a specialty
Offlca Id tiank building.
J. H. DICKSON,
ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW,
, and tolloltor ol
American and Foreign
' ' WEST BIDK POBLIO BQUABK , :
WELLINGXON, - OHIO.
RH. SOODWIN, ! murk mo Airont aa4
t Mourr PubUe. ImmraiMM, , morf
rmrfM, wlll,lcuei,ooutrmota. oMwrittoDia
a mat and mumr, OWoo orar Bono'a
boo l and iboo (ton.
TrtBM BOBINHUN, tho Borbw, koopt
oh of tho nooMat, mott oonr.ulent Bar
iMrSaapoUitown. Oalf InMlau workmoa
OMplorod. A full auortmeotof balr oil, po
, aaadM aad balr re.tor.tlTM. Pino batb-rooint
tiooanMtlon and f urntthed at all hour, wltb
ot and cold watar aad all OMMaary oonT.oV
oogma. hum iuw wmv .mwm
HJ. HOLBHOOU, Dnitl.t. Offloo aro
Huited'o itnro. In Bank Bulldlnf.
WolUnrtoo, Uhlo. Nltraiu OxMo ra admlw
Itorod lot too oxtraotMB ac toou.
SavtoHa'a Art OaUory.-Pletnroi In or
errotyla and right up wltb tho times.
Knaniul atcntlnn Dald to enlanrlnl In Crayon
Ink, or Water Colon and oopylng from old
Dltar. Old neiatireo all prewnrea ana ou
Dllcatoi can be bad at am time. Uallurj orer
JJowlbf t llall'f grocery.' .... 1
' Pictures of all kind. Fined work and latest
- styles. Copying: aad enjarfin( in urayon. ins
aqd pastel, epecmi aicecnoa to mo mmw
; . CraoWa BlOok, WaUiagta'a, O.
R. HATHAWAY M. D.
" Racial lliriHi and dlaea.es of the bladdorand
Kldo.y. ruel.aic.raiioa of in. rocium, ubiui.
cvum trotted by & linproved sy.tem. without
Dioao o( the hlndd.r and kldney.tmttd only
'carpenter lllook ' - Welllntn,0
i ' ' R. G. HOLLAND, '
, " Orders received at Telepbooe Exchange
and at If. D. Felt'idruR itore. .
, Graduate Toronto Vetertnar? College, class '87,
L. B. PRATT,
letsn km ill Ds&tist.
OTrtwentT il Tears of practice.- Orders
received at Adams' and Houghton's drug
stores, HorseiiilUI taken for treatment at my
stable on (Jourtlaua Avenue. -a
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
Dealer in Clocks, Watches, JeweUy, Sil
verware. Gold Pens, etc. Ho. 0, Public
Square. Wellington, Ohio. .
BARRETT & WAIT,
Livery and Feed Stable.
South Side Mechanic Street, first
' door east of American House. '
Carriages for funerals Inside corporation, $1.
. NOTICE. ;
lis C::il 1:::,
Conveys Passengers and Baggage to
and from trains or residences. Also col
lects and dlstrlbptcs kpr8, doing M
eneral expressing aji'd package .buslneas.
Leav orders or ; tlepbon Amerlrao
Hoiiw. 7 lv lt.HftT. P"1
J. J. THOMAS,
' Manufacturer Of And Dealar Is
Rvervthlnir nertalnlni to cemetery work
will receive prompt attention at prices to
suit the times. (26
D. L, W1D8W0BTH C0 ,
ktaanfacturers nX and dealers la
Dor BMh. avnd. Slua.S.s .
Chease and Butter Boxes, all kinds of
Lumbar. Lath. Shlnelet. Battens. Mould
ings and Flooring. Siding made and Bur
lace Planing done to order on short no.
tlcu'v..... . , WELLINGTON, O.
Office and residence in Post office build
ing. Calls answered at all boors in city
or country." .: ,
OBea Hors.S to 5 p. tui . .
mim- mi m mi mil
7re rlellvArv to anv nart of the oorDOT
at ion Iiallroad street, Wellingtons O.
COAL! NEW FIRM! COAL!
W: m. l: bush & co
Would respectfully announce to the eltlseas
6f Wellington that they are now on de.k, and
Ere pared, to take orders for all kinds of
ard and soft coal which they will sell for
eaah at tho lowest living prioes. A share of
yonr patronage Is solicited. . .
"W..-. . ... M.L.BU6H iCO.
DflRlSTIE '& BENNETT
T.' MAltOPaCTDBIlU Of , '.
CABRIIGKS, W AttOSS AND 8LKIGHS
0? ITIBT DKSCBHTIOW.
BEPAIBINO A SPECIALTY.
C. E. SUTLIFF,
deaiiEu zxt coax.
Jackson and Blossburg
Terms Cash and Prices Low.
Office on West Liberty St, Telephone 48
PROFESSOR H. SAMUEL,
1 J TrlE SPECIALIST, .
WUl At your eyes .with
glasses when all ''others
fall. Fine glasses for the
least money. Lenses mau.
factured on the premises.
137 Euclid Avenue,
Cleveland, 40-1 Ohio.
BEE L1IS -G. C. G. 8s I. RY.,
From and after Not. 10, 1880, trains will pass Wei
ington as follows:
CENTRAL STANDARD TIME.
No a Cln. A Col's Ex (:81 a.m
No.S South Western Ex 19:06 p.m.
No 11-N.T. Ht.L.lEx 2:o9p.m.
No. 71 Columbus A cconi S:4rt p. m.
No. Night Ex tl:HNp.m.
No.81 LocalFmght 7:66 a.m.
. 001NO BAST. .
No. a-Nieht It' v S:!a.m.
No.-CI.l.nd Aooom... 8:a. m.
No. 19 South Western Ex.... l:8p.m
No. SCincinn.tl ACIeve'4 Ex B:Hftp.m
No -Local freight S:U0p.m
WEEELIUS i iill llll EA1LR0AS.
"' A VP
Cleveland St Marietta B. B.
Prom aad after June f, IBM. trains wlllpass Well
. . , ingion as loiiowa:
No. 4 10.5Sa.rn.
No. S..'. S. 18p.m.
fJo. 8 ;.. 7.49p.m.
Ho. 10 -.5.06 a.m.
Nos. l.SandSdally: others dally ex. Sunday.
Pnrtnertnfonnatlonlnreirardto this liao will
Arrive dally, 1:00 a. . Dtpart, I M p. sa.
nCNTlNOTON, SULLIVAN and POLK.
4rrlv daUy, 11 :S0 a. m. D.uart I iSo -
For Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado. The
bent companies In the United States repre
sentee, oy us. umce ruirin aiaa uiuervi i
seaond floor Wadswortb block. 3Uf
BUnds at the bead. Oberlln College Writing;
Ilep't, Obrrlin ttchool of Btenoorapby and
Type-writing, and Obtrlln Bunnew College,
all connected. Krpenat. low, inatructloa thor
ough and courar. complHe. ' Circulars free.
Atklraaa McKHK & H KNLIHKSON, oberlln, O-
COSSCMPTI0S SUEELI CUKED.
To Tun Editor Please Inform your read,
era that I bavo a positive remedy for tueebov
named dtaease. By Its tlmtly uae thousands o
hnnelflu oaaei have been permanently cured
I .hall be triad to send two bottles of my reme
dy rasa to any of jour readers who havs con
sumption II Bie win senn ma weir jro.
and pot omce acldrca. K"irw,u"J. '
V. A.SMMWM. M ., Iflt t..N"wV(,rl.
it xWm )i 0 Soisiai Corressdsati.
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All Abottt the Happenings and Special
. Erenta la their Immediate Vicinity.
Not. 8, 89.
Is , to be a
Report sayeth that there
double wedding soon, - the
trading parties being residents ol
place. ; ' ' .. . .
Mrs. D. IL Brooker, of Akron, is wiattlrJg
her sister, Mrs. F. W. Clifford. '
Mrs. W. W. Dyer and daughters, Angle
and Estelle, art visiting relatjvos in.
Wayne County. ' ' ' f .(
Foraker over Campbell, (13; Republican.
gain ol 6 over 1887.
AIT arrived' safely at Bait River; many
of our most prominent moo taking deck
Didn't the Prohl's make a mistake thia
time when they said, "the whiskey ele-
medt have bought the Republican party,
and Foraker will be elected as suieu
tbare Is a God ?" i , , ' .
Colonel O. M. Qarrisoo Is putting stone
steps in front of his house on State strati.
...... . ... Hail CoLtJMBU,. '
Nov. ii, m
Anson Wh eeler and son Charly, started
for Oregon, N ovember, 5tb, Where they
expect to spend the winter. .' ' ' " "
A surprise at J. 8. Griggs,' November A.
A boy at J. B. Huffman.'
A Dance at Dwigbt Seelys, Thursday
evening. AU report a good time.
; Mr. and Mrs.O. Olllett, and Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Battle went to Milan to
visit friends. . . Rovkb.
. Mrs. Edward Battles has removed to To
:' Rev, Mr. Wilcox, formerly pastor of the
il. E. church of this place, is visiting tn
town. . ;.!
. Election passed off very qeletly. " J.G.
Whipple waa elected real estate assessor.
On the evening ot the 7th . a birthday
surprise was given to Mlas Bessie Cuning.
ham and MUs Era Hall.
A sister of Wm. Johnson, from lake
side Is visiting lief brother; ;
i fBMFIBLD. ' t
'" Nov. 5, '89.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Wilson were in
Brunswick visiting friends several days
Mrs. L. C. 'Wlnchell, ot Wellington,
visited her daugher, Mrs. A. O. Wilson,
Miss Lena Pierce commenced her
school In district number six, on Tuesday
Mlas Maraby Bartlett has been quite
sick during the past week, but is improv
Mr. Luther Shinier, a former resident
in town, but who for Hie past tow years has
lived in Rochester, moved to Penfleld
again few days ago.
There will be a thicken pie supper at
Mrs. Bert Chambers' next Friday eve.
Given by the ladies of 'h Penfleld Bap
Miss Lora Andrews la making a pro
longed visit at Cleveland with 'Mrs. Lura
Thorp and other irlendsl "''.,' " ' '
Married Mr, Riley Hastings and Miss
Luna Bcovlllo were married Oct 81, 1880
by Rev. Grey at the bride's home. All
extend their congratulations to the happy
couple and wish them success through
their journey In life. We hope Mrs. Has
tings will not be too hasty or get riled too
easy for . the sake of her better hall
They' Intend making their future heme at
Lorain, O. ',
Mr. and Mrs. Lid Scoville are contem
Dlatlnc moving to Lorain. We will be
very sorry to lose them and hope they may
change their minds and stay with us.
Mr. Joseph Howard has moved into
Mr. Robert Low's tenant house. Jake.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case it Catarrh that can not be
cured kv taking: Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Prop's, Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, nave known r . J
Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially able to carry
nut any obligations maae oy tne nrm.
West & Traux, Wholesale Druggists, To
E. U. VanUoeaen, Cashier Toledo Nation
al Bank. Toledo. Ohio.
Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Price 75o. per
bottle., pom oy ail druggists. ; , ,
j,iipty .. ..... - .
l I OUljrlMa.
Notes from Other Towns.
Commodore Wm. ' Bchroeder,' the re-
Banned traveler of this epoch, will give
a lecture and entertainment on .scenes In
Africa, on ; whale ship, among the Es
quimaux In the far north, captured' and
robbed by Arabs, life among people who
couqt time bya, 6,'aod 8 Weeks Instead Of
hours and days, the problem of the aurora
boreal Is and the . northern leoeraphlcal
axis. .This lecture Is entirely new, Ith
ndursed by kings, queens and presidents'.
Remember the date, Wednesday evening,
November 18, at Phoenix hall..,.. he
dairy abd food co'mmltslons or the various
Suiteiot Union will meet in. Cleve.
land Ko'yi:mberr 27,ffo the purpose of
comparing the rjifferent law,reportng up
on their practical working aad for autual
aid matters pre taming to .their:, duties
A plan will ' be otifllned 'looking 'toward
tbe oactriient6r i'natlbnaV ?aW against
the ailuftertrtlon bf food sni drink.. '..w
0 J. IJdnt, of York, made an assignment
last week' tn, F. 0. Phillips, of. Medlda.
Alihojigh Mr. Bunt thinks the asset will,
f not tue much sacrifice la made' on the
property, over the liabilities, he deemed
ltbettrio let some other person settle
up ltist affairs and sue' hlmsell and cred
itors a great dual of trouble, which is per
fectly iotiorabIe. ' No one doubts his hon-
'esty iii the matter:' and all believe 'that
every cu( will be turned over. ' He cer
tainly has the sympathy of alt in this
jnlalortuue, as he has struggled hard 'and
long to ayoid it The. .liabilities are- be
tween $8,000 and 9, 000; .... . The report
of the accidents! killing of i Emery
Toxibcimer id a sawmill near Homer
turned out to be a hoaxtarted by a couple
of small. boys (n West Salem, from which
point telegraphic dispatches were sent to
the, city papers containing the unfounded
occurrence.,.. .'iMiss Julia Pardee and
Miss Flora Grimm, ol Akron, are now en
gaged at the County Recorder's office in
transcribing the laud records of Norton,
Ctipley, Bath and Richfield townships, for
the use of summit county, for the time
prior to the annexation of these townships
to Summit county. This tier of townships
was formerly, and until the organization
of i Summit county, a part of, Medina
county, and nn anoountof these territorial
chs:vw 1- the land tltlea have' beed quite
' A meeting of the colored men's protect
ive league will be held at Rust church
next Wednesday evening, Ncvembr 11th.
An interesting paper on the Southern
question will be presented The fra
grant onion Is 'lot quite so cheap in this
market this . fall as It was at the corre
sponding season last year. The tremen
dous crop last year very nearly ruined the
onion Industry, but the ruling prlcea are
not now so high that there need be fear of
a famine In the market The Oberlln
band has made material progress recently
in severe! ways. , A number of new In
Instruments have been added, and there
has been marked Improvement In the
playing of the organization as a whole a
fact that we are pleased to chronicle, for
the reason that It gives assurance tbst it is
possible far our city to possess a musical
organization which Is capable of some
thing better than the ordinary peiiormance
ol the cross-roads bands The condl-
Ions of the new law governing elections
In this State, were In the main enforced
at the polling place in tbls village last
Tuesday. It seemed a little difficult lor
the average voter to atrlctly comply with
the requirements of the law, particularly
those which forbid loitering about the
polls and ''electioneering" or Importuning
a voter within 75 leet of the polls, to sup
port tbls or that ticket or candidate. But
after all these requirements work no
abridgment ol the exsentlal rights of the
voter. They are simply necessary for con
venlence and expedition In ballot casting
and to assure a free and untramnieled
Early on Monday evening some mallei
ous Individual went onto the premises of
Jacob Stevel, East avenue, and ruined two
valuable young pear trees, that would
probably have borne fruit next year, and
also destroyed a couple of ornamental
shrubs... '...The evangelists, Rev. Pratt
and Mr. Blrdsell continue their labor in
the opera house this week, having com
pleted their engagement at the Baptist
church. On Sunday afternoon Mr.
Blrdsell again addressed an audienco,
composed exclusively ot men, at the opera
house, the number present being even
larger than that or the preceding Sinday.
...... Judge Lewis opened court In this
city on Monday, .The grand Jury fere
charged and retired to their room, after
which the docket was called '.and ' cases
fixed lor "trial. There Is a large docket
and the court 'will probably sit several
weeks. Court and Jury adjourned until
Wednesday fin account of the Tuesday
State election..... The house hi Charles
Hall, "Gulf Road, was dlstroyed by Are be
tween w-w , 1 iM avIvH
tctiri. A ii-irii-i 1 t!i ' " Hi.
saved. The Are department was called
out, but there) was no chance of saving the
dwelling. Insurance, $1,500. Estimated
loss, $1,800...... An slsrm ot fire was
sounded Tuesday evening on account of
some coal oil being accidentally Ignited
in a storehouse back of H. Wurst's
grocery. The department was called out
but the lire was extinguished before their
services could be brought Into requisition.
The damage was ' slight Franklin
Reft, a well-digger, from Grafton, wee
brought before Judge Dorillttle on Satur
day, charged with assault and battery on
his wife. Defendant plead guilty, but the
assult was of such a brutal character that
he was committed for trial before the
Court ot Common Pleas, ball being Axed
at 300. Republican.
From our Begnlar Correspondent.) .
Wabhikotob, Nov. 8, 1889.
The President In considering the dis
astrous elections of the week extracts all
the: comfort possible out of the ct that
this is an ofT year" in politics, and that
no questions of national Import were be
fore the people. Ho says be regrets the re
sult, but woe not surprised; the temper
ance question and the unpopularity ot the
candidates of the party in the agricultural
section of the State, he thinks, is respon
sible (or the result in Iowa; he takes no
responsibility for Mahone's candidacy In
Virginia and save be" would have given
any other. Republican as much help; he
thinks opposition on general principles to
a third term for any official was what de
feated Governor Foraker, and lastly he
refuses to accept the result u in any sense
a verdict of the people upon the national
administration. What the President says
is about what all the rest of the Republl.
cans say In public, but among them.
selves the great majority of Cem do not
hesitate to say that they regard the unex
pected Democratic tidal wave as a rebuke
and a warning to the administration. Of
course they .do not mean that a large num.
ber of Republicans have permanently
turned Democrats, but only that quite a
large number of Republicans have taken
advantage of an "off year" to show their
disapprobation of certain sins ot commis
sion and omission which they hold the
administration responsible for. When the
great campaign ot '92 opens these men
will nght h !btUuidlucpaiaiUfHih,
Ex-United States Treasurer Spioner is
visiting friends here. He predicts a ter
rible financial panic if the 'United States
continues to use silver as a currency. .
The President opened the Southern
Exposition at Montgomery, Alabama, 'by
means ol the telegraph, last Tuesday. A
finger pressed on a telegraph key at. the
White House started the machinery.
1 Commissioner of Pensions Raum baa
Issued an order defining and regulating
the duties of the two Deputy Commission
ers. It la generally believed that new
men, friends ot Gen. Raum, are to fill
these positions in a few days. One of
them, Mr. Smith, who was acting Com
missioner during the period between
Commissioners Tanner and Raum, will, it
Is supposed, be provided lor elsewhere.
The other, Gen. Barlett, who 'is a hold
over democrat, will be allowed to resign.
Secretary Blaine has received a com
munication from Hon. George B. Loring,
now United States minister to Portugal,
stailBg that ho will tender bis resignation
within the next five month.
The Presidential proclamations admit
ting JMontana' and Washington as States
are still delayed pending the arrival of the
official election returns. Those admitting
the two Dakotas , were Issued at 3.10
o'clock last Saturday afternoon.
Ex-Commlssoner of Education Dawson
has paid the Secretary of the Interior $300
to cover the value of the postage stamps
which his son Was charged with having
stolen fromtbe Bureau of Education. An
attempt Is now being made to have the
case dropped and it is probable that it will
The Washington Post is trying to col
lect a fund for the completion or the Mary
Washington monument at Fredrickaburg,
Virginia, but it Isn't making much prog
ress. Lecture Course.
Mrs. Olympla Brown, the noted preach
er and lecturer, who Is said to surpsss any
lady In the lecture field for mattery or her
subject, will give her historical lecture,
"The Heroes of Liberty" al M. E church
on Wednesday evening, Nov. 20. Mrs.
Brown goei&roin hereto Cl.vehnd, where
she Is (engaged by Mrs. N. d e Steward
tor the same lecture. ,
Advertised Letter.. "
The following is a list of anclalmed letters re
malnlng la the postofflce at Wellington, Ohio
Mrs. Vine Beers, ' Mrs. CF. Chapman.
Persons calling for the above letters please
say "advertised." .. ..
.. , UlO. C. Bt'SH.'P. M. .
' Fou'SouB Throat, Saturate a flannel
bandage -with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and bind (ton the throat, It will cure
The C.atury Co's afagasloa foe Young-Folk.
. Enlarged aad PrlnUd la. New Type.
Brcs 18T3, whea, under the editorial manaf
Mont of Mrs. Mary Mapes Dodge, the publf
cation of Si. Niekohuor 1'vnnc folk was b
sua', It has led all magazines for girls aa
boys. Nothing like It was know before, in
to-day, as the Chicago Inter-Ooem reoentl '
aald, "It Is the model and Ideal Juvenile magi
line of the world." Through ita pages th
greatest writers of our time are speaking t
the youth ot America and England, aad. tb ,
best artists and engravers are training tb
eyes ot the boys and girls to appreciate tb. .
highest In art. Nobody knows how man
readers St. Hikola has. In the third largos
public library In America, that In Iadlanap
oils, -more than 3000 people read each meath'
Since the flrst issuerMrs. Dodge has rt
malned as editor. Early In Its history otbe
young people'samgatlneVOur Young Folks,''
The Little Corporal." ' Riverside." etc.. wer
consolidated with It, and lu history ha beei
one of growth from the Orst.Teunyaon, Bryant
Longfellow, Wblttler, Miss Alcott, Mrs. Bur
aetl. Charles Dudley Warner, W. D. Uowells
aad almost every welhknown writer of obi
time have contributed to It pages.' There I
only one Wajr la which its. conductors eai
make It better, aad that la by, making mere e
It, and so they apnouace that with the bealn
nlng of the seventeenth, volume (November
1889) a. tiickolat will be enlarged by the addl
tlon of eight, and sometimes sixteen, extra
pages In each number. This enlargement It
absolutely required to make room foe the rlcL
store of aew material which has been secured
for the benefit of & ItickoUu readers'. Th
nsa af aew aad clearer type will be begun wltli
the November number.
During the coming ysar there are to. be four
Important serial stories by tour well-known
American authors. Athletics and, outdooi
sports will be a special features (contributed
by Walter Camp, of Yale, and. others), and
there will be stories of eharaetec and advent
ure, sketches of Imformatlon and oraveti out.,
door papers, articles of special literary Inter
est, saggesttve talks on natural history, other
denude subjects, ana the march of events
Both the December and January n timbers are
to be holiday Issues. .
' The price will be the. same as heretofore
tun a year, Z& cents a number, and all
dtl!rT'a&J -ta4 pi.bllslM-r (Thet'eularyCo-. ;
New York) Uke subscriptions. Hew sub-'"
acrlbers should begin with November.
' ' 1890.
' Harper's Magazine.
A new Shakespeare the Shakespeare of Ed
win A. Asset will be presented In Iliaraa's
Mioatiirs for I8W, with comments by Axdsit
Lisa. Raspib's Maoaziits has also made
special arrangements with Altroxsi Daupst,
the greatest of living French novelists, tor the
exclusive publication. In serial form, of a
humorus story, to be entitled "The Colonists
of Tarasoon: the Last Adventures of the
Famous Tartarian," The story will be trans
lated by llasBT Jams, and Illustrated by
Rosmi and Mybsach.
W. D. UowsixS will contribute a novelette
in three parts, and Lavcaoio Hsaui a novel
ette In two parts, entitled "Youma." hand
In Illustrated papers, touching subjects ol
current Interest, and In Its short stories,
poems, and timely articles, the Mauasixb will
maintain Its well-known standard.
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HARPER'S BAZAR .
HARPER'S YOUNQ PEOPLE.......
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JVrwqar. art not to. eopy this ailmrtwmnU
ktAoi M aqrM onler al Habpxb A B bothers.
Address: HARPER k BROTHERS, New York.
Good Nbws. We want every mother to
know that croup can be prevented. True
croup never appears without warning
Tbe flrst symptoms Is hoarseness, then
the child appears to have taken a cold or
a cold may have accompanied the hoarse
ness from the etnrt. 'After that a pecul
iar rough cough Is developed, which Is
followed by the croup. The time to act is
wucil tbe child first becomes hoarse; a
few doses of Chamberlain's Congh Rem
edy would prevent the attack. Even after
the rough cough has appeared, the disease
mav be prevented by using this remedy
as directed. The only aale way la to keep
a 50 cent bottle of the Remedy In tbr
house for Baa whenetar the symptoms of
the disease appear.. For sale by Fred D
Felt, Druggist .;( '.' .3 u. :
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