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THE STAKK COUNTY UEMOCJaATrAPltIL 10.1K91,
THE DRESS IS FINISHED, SO AM I."
A gorgeous costumo flashed beneath the brilliant lights of a ball-room
' ' ft queen of society Is radiant to-night."
Tho nervous hands of n weak woman havo tolled day and night, tho
weary framo and aching head havo known no rest for "tliu drew
must 1)0 finished In time."
To that queen of society nnd her dressmaker wo would say a word.
One, through liot-liousp culture, luxury, and excitement, and tho
other, through tho toll of necessity, may soino day flud their ailments
a common cause. Tho Vegctablo Compound will enable both to meet tho
demands of society. Send tlamp for "Guldo to Health," a beautiful Illustrated book.
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for tho peculiar weaknesses nnd nllmcnts of women. vm r-vj u m U
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Cancerous Humor. . Subdues Kalntncsj, I'otcltnidllty. Nervous 'l
etc., nnd Invigorates tho whole system.
nnu tircniincns nnn tones thn Htnmneh.
si.., .rinitiinii nun no rsvlil.
TnliKrlif.BiI?.N?.1l.ti ;"" article, or font ly mall, In form of rill
Lozenges, on receipt of l.QO. LvmA E, pNKHAM MED. CO.. LVNH. MAS
Of Boys' and Children's Clothingf. Once
again our stock is filled with a wealth of
Spring Clothing for the little ones. Bright
' patterns, artistic designs and novel crea
tions are here in almost endless variety.
We're ready with an immense stock for
Boys of all ages, from the wearers of kilts
up to the youth of manly proportions. Its
been coming for the past five weeks, and
is now complete in every detail. Our
Spring offerings will render this already
popular department more popular than
ever and make our leadership more em
phatic. Four things we see in the stock
which we know you'll appreciate: The
Quality, Handsome Styles, Perfect Fit
and Honestly Low, Prices. The assort
ment comprises many elegant and exclu
sive styles, which we know you'll view
with all the more pleasure when you learn
that we are not asking fancy prices be
cause the goods are fancy Your Child
ren's Spring Clothing will be a pleasure,
an unmixed one, if you make your pur
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A Medlolno, and
Not a Beverage.
Cures where all else falls. Pleasant and agreeable to tho
taste. Children take it without obioction. Hv dnnnrists.
mo unnngc 01 J.llo. DIJ.
chocks nny tendency to
Headache, General Debility, Indigestion!
euro of Kidney Complaints of either sex.
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forgot the Grand Oiler we make to
subscribers of The Staiik County
Democrat. Every subscriber of the
Democrat can easily sesure a friend
to take tbo paper for one year at one
dollar. As an inducement to subocrlb
ers to increase the subscription list of
tho paper, we will send free to every
subscriber securing a new subscription
n copy of that famous picture "OIIMST
BEFORE PILATE." Size 21 by 28
IncheB. Equal in artlstlo merit to pic
tures sold In stores for $5.
delay, but eocuro n dollar from your
neighbor, send It to us, and we will
send you this grand work of art and
the Deuaouat to your neighbor for
one year. Send paper dollar In letter
"HE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING,,
No ono knows yet, who will bo the
next Mayor of Chicago. The votes aro
undergoing tho offlclal scrutiny.
Oun Mr. Monnot appears to have
clven tho Republicans of tho Ohio
House somo valuable figures yesterday.
Ballot reform has triumphed in
New Hampslro as well as Maine, In
splto of the strong opposition oZ the
It seems to bo settled that Blalno
will not como to Ohio this year. Mc
Klnloy will make his cum pal pn on his
so-called 1'rotection theory, with no
Conundrum: How did Napoleon
Bonaparto differ In strategy from
Napoleon McKlnley ? Give It up ? Tho
Ural Napoleon never tried to fight his
Waterloo over again.
OAtiteb HAiimsoN is now coldor
dead tlmu 11 last year's birds no3t. Next
year tho people will lav out another,
and smaller callhered Harrison. Tho
Harrison family must go.
It is sometimes a grand thlrg to bo
wealthy. When n mllllonario suffers
from tho effects of an over-lndulgenco
of a champagne drunk the physiclnrs
say ho Is "prostrated by cerebral excite
ment." Twelvk hundred dollars were found
on a blind peddlnr In California. Per
haps ho was saving his money in tho
hope of getting It up to 82,000 and buy
ing a member of the Legislature.
TiN-rLATE importers, with their big
stocks, will make a good thing out of
the now tin tariff when It goes Into ef
fect. And every dollar of their gains
will como out of the wages of Ameri
can toilers. N. Y. World.
Tiie Farmer's Alliance cyclone struck
the Western States lost year. It Is no
torious that cyclones always move from
West to East. This year It will strike
OWo. Already there is a threatening
aspect on the bended western skies.
The Now naven Rolling Mill has
stopped work to force Its men to accept
a ton per cent, cut In wages. The
twelve brick yards at Trenton, N. J.,
have decided not to run because their
men refuse a reduction of twenty per
Mr. MoKinley raised the duty on
cigars, to an extent that has seriously
reduced the Importation from Havana,
for tho benefit of the domestic
clirar Industry. On Saturday flfty
elght cigar makers in a Phllnde'phla
factory struck against a reduction of
wages. The net result thereforo Is,
dearer cigars and choaper labor.
Kansas Is full of sweet and pleasant
surprises. In Kansas, you know,
women are allowed to vote in munici
pal elections and are eligible for munic
ipal ofllces. Two Kansas women were
elected police judges on Tuesday last.
Mrs. Mary T. Burton, of Jamestown,
and Mrs. Jesse McCormlck, of Burr
Oak. Hero's to Judge Burton and
New Hampshire has got a minority
Governor, Rhode Island will soon have
another, and If the Connecticut Repub
licans have things their own way there
will be another in that State. In each
case tho Governor elected would go In
with a smaller popular vote than his
Democratic opponont. Minorities rule,
and popular government is played out
in New England.
The Republicans of Kansas went In
for women's suffrage, thinking It would
help tho g. 0. p. It did, not turn out
that way. In Topoka and Fort Scott
the whlto women voted tho citizens
ticket and beat tho Republican ticket,
and in many other localities tho wives
of Republican politicians voted the
straight Democratic ticket, giving as a
reason that they wanted to knock out
tho negro wenches voto.
Meuoed, the starlit city of amphibi
ous commerce in summer a paradise
and in winter a flower garden possess
ed even now of tho bones and sinews
and arterle,s of a mighty city the pride
of the State and the apple of every eye
shall assume all the charms of rarest
beauty with tho power and luxury that
wealth can give. She sits today at the
feet of her own possibilities, while pass
ing stars sing together of her coming
glory. Merced (Cal.) Sun.
Toledo Is making a move to Becure
tho Salem Wire and Nail Works. Now
hero Is a chance to secure a valuable
plant for Canton. Cheap coal Is more
enduring than cheap natural gas.
Cleveland and Youngstown are both
making nn effort to securo these works
also. This is an Institution that is
worth striving for. Tho company has
works at Salem and Flndlay employing
over seven hundred men, with a weekly
pay roll of 812,000 at Flndlay and 13,
000 at Salem. They manufacture 150
tons per day or 45,000 tons per annum,
which makes about 300,000 pounds of
nails every day.
The entire majority of tho seven Re
publican councilman elected In Canton,
is only 002. In all the wards but the
Seventh, whloh only gave tho Republi
can councilman 07 majority, this re
suit was brought about by Democratic
votes. In other words, every Republi
can elected, (except In tho Seventh),
owes his election to Democratic work
ers and Democratic votes. Now is It
proposed by the Republican managers
to utilizo tho victory for the exclusive
benefit of the Republican party, and
with no referenco to the material Inter
ests of tbo city. Wo do not complain
over this polloy, but It will be timely
and proper, as time rolls away, to
note fust how much the tax payers of
tho city have gained by the change.
Tho Democrats who have contributed
to the res lit are not likely to boo any
dividends on the Investment.
Wm. Tlmmons, Postmaster of Ida
vllle, Ind., writes: "Electrlo Bitters
has done moro for me than all other
medicines combined, for that bad feel
ing nrlBlng from Kidney and Liver
trouble." Johu Leslie, farmer nnd
stockman, of same place, says: "Find
Electrlo Bitters to be tho best Kidney
and Liver medicine, made me feel like
a new man." J. W. Gardnor, hardware
merchant, same town, eays: "Electrlo
Bitters Is just the thing for a man who
Is all run down and don't caro whether
ho (Ives or dies; he found now strength,
good appetlto and lolt just like ho had
a new lease on llfo. Only 50o a bottlo,
at Durbln, Wright & Co'a Drug Store.
XiITTXVE DEN AS A SUPERNATTJBAI,
From the Pittsburg Dispatch, Ind. Hep.
The apparently Indisputable state
ment of tho discourtesy shown a depu
tation of leading members of tho Can
adian government, who had gone to
Washington to open negotiations for
reciprocity, is of the kind thatbeggars
comment. It illustrates to an hlnicrto
unheard of degree the consequences of
permitting tho smallest sort of personal
qualities to presldo over a national ad
ministration. The Canadians who were at Wash
ington wero members of tho cabinet of
a country second only to the United
States In prominence and intelligence.
Tho errand on which they came was
ono of the first lmportanco to our na
tion, nnd from the prcsonco of such
leading Canadian stateiraen It Is evi
dently regarded as of equal Importance
by Canada. When such guests come to
the National capital ou such important
business, to send them away nnd rnako
their errand fruitless becauBO tho Pres
ident will not msko any changes in his
jaunt throughout the country, Is most
astonishing neglect, both to the inter
ests of the country and tho Drat princi
pal of International courtesy.
It is, of course, Impossible to avoid
notice of the general theory that this
action was because the President has
become jealous of Secretary Blaine's
well-earned popularity from tho success
of his reciprocity policy. Whether It
was this petty personal motive, or the
moro supernal Idiocy suggested in the
shape that "no moro tariff agitation is
wanted, it is wuony superogaiory.
Tho President had already demonstrat
ed that ho was n wholly Impossible
quantity for nrenomiuation; and this
additional evidence is as uncalled for
ns piling Pellon on Ossa.
No civilized land in modern times
over passed so insane a measure ns the
McKtnley bill. It defied common sense;
It transgressed the slmpllat rules ot
political economy. An intelligent boy
who had read Mrs. Pawcett'a primer
could have foretold tho result of tho
bill. Yet Major McKlnley and his fel
low Republicans hugged the delusion
that it would benefit the country.
And why ?
Simply through their lack of elemen
tary education. They had befogged
themselves with foolish theories. They
wero Ignorant of elementary truths,
which, slnco they went to school, have
beon tnught to children.
To assume that they passed tho bill
to reward tho rich men who supported
Mr. Harrison's candidacy is to suppose
that they are statesmen of ability and
education, nnd were aware of tho con
sequences of their legislation.
Which is absurd. The Illustrated
American, New York.
As to "kicking on lovles," it was tho
manner in which tho Increase was made,
and not tho legitimate increase, against
which tho pcoplo voted by a combined
majority of over 018, and for tho republi
can councllmanio ticket. Repository.
The Hep should not commence to
hedgo so soon. Neither should the
Rep, ns the organ of the Republican
council, attempt to confuso its readers
with an obscure statement. What does
the Rep mean in referring to tho man
ner of the Increase. Everybody knowa
that the Republicans carried the coun
cil by complaining about Increased
taxation caused by street Improve
ments. Does tho Rep mean to insinu
ate that the new council is going to act
in bad faith to tho deluded voters that
voted them Into power?
Neakly thirty thousand Immigrants
from Europe wero landed on our shores
during the month of March. Of these
7,850 were from Italy, 7.087 from Ger
many, 4,380 from Groat Britain and Ire
land, 3,589 from Hungary, 3,481 from
Austria, and 2,023 from Russia. Nearly
nil were paupers, and all will enter the
free trade labor market to compete with
American laborers. Thus, while tho
American laborer is taxed about sixty
per cent on all his fabrics, bo bus to
compote with pauper labor. Now, how
does the McKlnley bill help him. Is It
not plain that It only robs him.
Tiie President nnd hla party will
start next Tuesday on their southern
and western journey. Tho personnel
of the party Is not yet finally determin
ed, but It Is almost settled that Mrs
Harrison and Mrs. Dlmlck, Postmaster
General Wanamaker, .Secretary Rusk,
Private Secretary Halford, Marshal
Ransdell and Mr.E. F. Tibbett, an ox
ecutlve clerk, will accompany the party.
It has been arranged for Baby McKee
to remain at home, as the President de
sires to make himself the sole locus of
Mr. Cannon obtained S100.000 for a
post-ofllco in his own little towns of
Danville. Mr. Quay got 350,000 for a
building In his village of Beaver Falls.
Senator Ingnlls secured $100,000 of tho
plunder for Atchlnson. The Califor
nia members of the Appropriation
Commltteo obtained 8500,000 for their
State. Wisconsin's share was 8250,000.
More of the grabbers would have
grabbed more, only the treasury was
emptied before Congress could get
' Worklngmon woro tpld that tho McKln
ley bill would advanco Wages. Wo will
Bond our paper freo for o year to any man
who will provo that any firm in this coun
try has deliberately advanced tho wages
of its mon because of extra protection.
It would bankrupt almost nny news
paper In the United States to send a
paper free to every man who would
point out cases of labor reductions,
under the McKlnley bill.
Major MoKinley eays his speech
making tour has convinced him that
"unless somo great mistake Is made," tho
Republicans will win tlio National cam
paign of 1892. (Toledo Blade.
Just betoro the November election in
1800, atter tho Major's triumphant re
turn from a stumping tour in Michigan
and Indiana ho predicted an over
whelming triumph for the Republican
cause. Tho result was a million Demo
Cheap sugar Is so good and so rea
sonable that many more voters will In
sist upon having the cheap coats, cheap
hats, and choaper crockery and cheaper
blankets, to wrap up their little wan
faced children. This is why our Major
will fall to reach the gubernatorial sta
tion or msaizzy, ultimate goal,
Judoe Fawoett's court to try tho
contested election cases In Masslllon 1b
made up ot two Republicans and one
Democrat. It would have boon a good
Idea to have mado the court moro disln
teres ted, and have taken one Republi
can, ono Prohibitionist and ono Demo
La Grippe Affaln.
During tho epidemic of La Grippe
last season Dr. King's Now Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds,
proved to bo tho best remody. Reports
from the many who used It confirm
this statement. They wero not only
quickly relieved, but tho disease left no
bad after results. Wo ask you to glvo
this remedy a trial and we guarantee
that you will be satisfied with results,
or tho purchaso price will bo rof unded.
It bas no equal in La Grippe, or any
Throat, Chest or Lung Trouble. Trial
bottles freo at Durbin, Wright & Co's
Drug Storo. Large bottles, 50o and $1.
TUB PHESIOENT'fl TOUR.
Tho President's tour will nothnvo
nny vory valuable educational features.
It will not Inform him of his true
standing, us tho chief executive. Ho
will havo groat ovations everywhere, as
the President is nlways nn object of in
tense interest to tho masses of our
people. All the children want to seo
htm, especially If they can get n little
extra holiday and a chance to yell.
Hence the President Is bound to be
satisfied with himself after his trip.
All tho committees nnd delegations
thntwaiton him will be full of con
gratulations and compliments, and tho
local orators, selected to mako the ad
dress of wclcomo to the President and
his party, will fill themselves with the
choicest phraseology of the English
language to lire Into his willing ears.
Inere will also be lots of free adver
tising aboard the Presidential trnin
The various press associations will have
reliable correspondents who will wire
the country in tho most delightful
manner about the spontaneity of tho
onthuslasm.and how golden haired girls
and pug nosed babies put up their sen
sitive mouths to kiss the only great nnd
good man now on the road.
All tho big metropolitan blanket
sheets, that share tlio government
bounty or carry Wannmaker's adver
tisement, will nlso have representatives
aboard tho special, with special privi
leges In the buffet, to aid In giving
eclat and substantial tone nnd substo nco
to tho trip.
Again, it coinos in a good time.
There Is not much news nlloat, and a
Presidential party Hying around tho
country, with a well advertised pro
gramme of meritorious novelties and
varieties will mtike good reading for
all of us.
Conoiiessman Jere Simpson of Kan
sas, the sockless Socrates ot Medicine
Lodge, is explaining tho principles of
the Farmer's Alliance to tho rural pop
ulation of Western New York. He
draws large audiences everywhere, and
he is making his talks pay. Jere is not
of the kind to waste his sweetness on
the desert air, for nothing.
The people who kept a tax on sugar
for moro than a generation at a cost of
somo 850,000,000 a year, or, in round
numbers some 82.000,000,000, have just
found out their mistnke. Pretty costly'
hey ? But how many more of tho same
kind nro they now making? Cleve
All accounts appear to agree that
the Democrats made tremendous gains
all over Colorado, nnd carried all the
leading cities. The rule of tbo million
aires is evidently causing a revolt
among the masses. It looks as If Col
orado would go Democratic in 1892.
Seoketaky Fosteh has offended
the Knights of Labor by refusing to
make nn investigation of certain charg
es, they preferred against the chief of
the Bureau of Engraving nnd Print
ing. They threaten to bring the mat
ter before the House when Congress
The Arena for April Is on our table.
Thomas G. Shearman of New York
gives a valuable essay on crooked taxa
tion, that is all solid meat. It is full of
Interesting reading. Single numbers
50 cents, So a year. Address the Are
Ohio has now about 825 Farmer's Al
liances, with a membership of over 35,
000 It is said, and the number Is rnpldly
Increasing. It will reach 75,000, proba
bly, by the middle of October. This is
what makes tho political situation in
Ohio so peculiarly plquaut.
For hoad iches, biliousness, constipa
tion, dizziness, sleeplcssnoss. tlio bluos,
scrofula, tlio blood and all skin eruptions
Dr. Fonner's Blood and Liver Remedy
nnd Nervo Tonic novcr falls Warranted
to satisfy or monov refunded. Could this
bo a Horded If tho Remody wasn't certain ?
For sale by nil dealers. '
Senator Sutton of Ottowa county
resigned his heat in tho Ohio Senate
yesterday, because tlio presiding ofllcer
of tlio Senate would not allow him to'
explain his voto on "route 23" bill for
Cincinnati. His resignation was re
ferred to the committee ou rules.
In giving his decision in a recent
divorce case Judge Virgin, of Massa
chusetts, said: "No woman who is de
cent should bo obliged to live with a
drunken husband, and if sho comes to
me 1 will grant her a divorce every
Rev HowAitD McQueaiiy will lec
ture. Ho already has numerous Invi
tations that will keep him busy for
somo time if ho accents them nil. In
these days of liberalism, a heretic is
quite a curiosity. Columbus Dis
patch, Just think of It, P. F. Coffran, Dem
ocrat, elected Mayor of Topeka, Kan
sas, by over 200 majority. And how
sweet is the reflection that tho loveliest
women of that bustling capital voted
lor him. Chalk us down for woman's
Mr. Monnot's bill passed tho House
yesterday, authorizing tho council of
Navarre, ritark county, to transfer from
the general fund 3000 to the street fund,
8400 to the police fund and 3100 to
the street lighting fund.
Just imagine the flush of pride that
must havo suffused tho face of a
wealthy New Yorker on the recent re
ceipt of a cablegram reading: Jennie
engaged to real count; tell everybody,
Send draft for 1,000 francs.
Mrt. Monnot would do well to put
his speech on the Impurity of tbo ballot
In Stark county in type, and let the
people of Ohio see what a condition of
affairs bas been reacbod in this county.
After. Annie Dickinson stumped
Indiana for Harrison, she went crazy,
After Quay refused to pay her tho con
tract price for her services sho went
stark mad and had to be sent to a mad
Duoklon's Arnica Halve.
The best salve in the world for Cute,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Childrens Comes, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Plies, or no
bay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
pd. Price 25 cents per box, For salo
ey Durbln Wright & Co. '
THE CANTON PABK PROJECT.
Mr. ScIioU'b Idon was to Illustrate to tho
poople of Canton tho vlow taken in other
cities on park matters. Mr. Scliott says
tho editor of tlio Dr.MoonAT flatly declnrod
that "ho would not publish tho artlclo;
that lie, tho editor, was personally oppos
ed to tho park proJct in this city." Ho
also said to publish tho article would cause
tho pooplo of tho West End to consuro tho
paper. Mr. Scliott then loft tho Dkmo
chat office, fooling that If "that paper nnd
Its editor wero Inimical to tho interests of
not only tho pooplo of tho East End but
tho pcoplo of tho ontlro city. Sunday
Ordinarily wo aim to select our own
matter for publication, If wo should
publish nil tho communications and ex
tracts handed in by correspondents we
should havo little or no room for news,
Mr. Schott handed us an editorial relat
ing to Cleveland, from the Cleveland
Plain Dealor. Wo told him to give us
something on Canton touching the
Canton Park project, nnd wo would
very cheerfully publish it. Wo told
him the people of Canton would not
caro to read about Cleveland Parks;
they wanted to know about their
own. Tho editor of this paper
did not tell Mr. Schott that
this paper Is Inimical to parks;
on the contrary ho told him that tiie
paper was ou record in favor of parks
nnd nil other Improvements to add
beauty nnd substantial character to this
city. Tho conversation between Mr.
Schott nnd tho editor of the News
Democrat was heard by W. W. Field
ing, foreman of composing room, nnd
lie will mnko au uflldavlt that tho con
versation was just as stated nbovo.
It wa3 only a fow days beforo this
that a committee of ladles waited on
this ofllce nnd asked us to publish n
very valuable sermon delivered by a
leading Canton divine. Owing to wnut
of spaco we were compelled to decline.
Now this does not provo that we nro
opposed to religion.
The city map appears to show that
Mr. Schott owns over five ncres of land
In the Immediate vicinity of tho pro
posed park. This necessarily gives him
a deep interesUin the project, but this
does not necessarily glvo hiin tho right
to inject tho Clevelaud Park project
into tlio News Democrat. Mr. Schott
will not deny that we distinctly asked
him to write au article on the Canton
Park project, and that wo told him It
would be published.
Deafness Can't bo Cured
by local applications, as they cannot reach
tho diseased portion of tho ear. Thero is
only ono way to euro deafness, and that is
by constitutional remedies. Doafnoss Is
caused by nn inflamed condition of tho
mucous lining of tlio Eustachian Tubo.
When this tube gets inflamed you havo
a rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it Is entirely closed Ooaf
noes is tho result, and unioss tho inflam
mation can ho taken out of this tubo re
stored to its normal condition, hearing
will bo destroyed fornvcr; nlno cases out
of ten aro caused by catarrh, which Is
nothing but an inflamed condition ot tho
Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for
any caso of Deaf nrss (caused by Catarrh)
that wo can not euro by taking Hall's
Catarrh Curo. Sond for circulars, freo.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
tSTSold by Druggists, 75c.
From our Kogular Correspondent.
MoDonaldsville, Apr. 14.
Mrs. Kato Drencher is on tho sick list.
John Delblo is visiting his brother-in-law,
Bonjamin Keck is building a new barn
for Jacob Simons.
Georgo Strauscr, of this place, began
teaching tbo summer torm of school at
Jackson Confer Monday.
CIcmont Hayno and sisters Ethlo and
Elvn, of Canton, woro visiting friends in
this community Sunday.
Georgo Van Cuskirk Is down with la
Frank Fisher, of Canal Fulton, wns in
this neighborhood last week to buy up
milk for their now creamery.
Tho school election held last night re
sulted in tho re-election of Albert Motz
John Roast spent Sunday In Masslllon.
Charles, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Kiihneu, died Thursday, April 0, of
For lamo back thero is nothing batter
that to saturate- a ilannol cloth with Cham
berlain's PaliiBalm, and bind It on tho
airected parts. Try It and you will bo sur
prised at tho prompt relief it affords. Tho
saino treatment will curo rheumatism.
For snlo by Durbln, Wright & Co., south
east corner publla squaro; L. Sollman, 2-1
North Market and C. A. Portmau, G3 East
As remarked by one of the most sa
gacious Democrats of this city, "It is
worth 500 votes to the Democratic
party of Cauton this fall to bo relieved
of all further responsibility for the city
improvements." There Is doubtless
truth In tills. It Is so much easier, you
know, to find fault and criticise every
thing that is done than it is to defead
Ono hundred nnd fifty (150) worms
from two docus of Dr. Fonner's Pleasant
Worm Syrup. Writo Mrs. S. S. Sherlck,
or Messrs. Uronnoman & Stein, Ellda,
Allen Co., Ohio. A child's cordial for all
Stomach, Howol and Worm diseases.
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