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EDITED BY J. W. SIMS.
Temperance for Our Boys and Girls.
Fifty yearn from nnw.'roniruiratlrply (V
of the men and women nf to-day, who nre
eiiKafred in the active dunes (it life, public
and tirivntn, will remain npon the. MOST of
action. Their jilsi-w will then tie occu
pied by others, who, if now living, ar too
young to lk any pari in the duties, or
share any of tlio responsibilities of the
present hour. ' '
In a llapubliean Rorernincnt like this,
where the people cletf their own rulers, it
is evident that the perpetuity of our Ke
piiblican institutions, the stability of. the
chiinjh and the spread of Christianity ovur
this and heathen lands, depends largely up
on the proper education of our youth in
morality and religion. . . .
The first fifteen years of it child's hfe, as
a general rule, moulds his charaotcr nd
shapes his destiny through his future life,
llow important it is then that the:. right
inlluoiicos should be thrown around the
young aud the right inslrncliou.givch
them at this criliuiil period of .life, when
there are so many temptations to. vil, aud
so many things to thaw their minds away
from the good, tlie true and the beautiful.
Children are so susceptible of being pow
erfully influenced by those who are older,
with whom they come in daily conlm-t,
and especially bo if that personal inter
course is that of teaober and pupil, that
they soon acquire habits of good or evil ac
cording as the influences by which they
are surrounded are good or evil, In child
hood is the time to sow the seeds of tem
perance, morality and religion, for I'd"
not believe any education is complete
without the principles and the doctriues of
the Christian religion. How can we best
teach the children of our land, to
live right, unci to faithfully dis
charge the duties they owo to themselves,
their country, and their God?
First, by homo training and home infill
ence, by parents and esjweially by the
mothers of our land. We want, all over
this union, mothers with fear of Ood be
fore their eyes, and the love of Christ in
their hearts, to teach the young immortals
committed to. their charge, tu love the
right, and toliatc the wrong; to learn the
boys that which will make them noble and
nujnly, and good; and the girls thohequul
it's of head and heart that are inseparably
connected with a high-hearted and pure
minded woman. But there are thous
ands of children in our land, who do not
have such homo as thai described alxn'c ;
who are never tauirhti to read the liiule.
and who never hear the voice of prayer
morning or nights with but little, jiiorul
iind no religious influences around thciu to
lead them in the right way and cause them
to shun the wrong, A part of these child
ren can be reachvu Ihrounh the Sunday
school. Sutiiliiv schools usiiiL' the "Interna
tional Lessons have a chance at the end of
every ouarter to use a lemperanco lesson
which can be made effective to install the
piiticiples of tetnpeinnce and morality into
the minds of the scholars, where superin
tendent aud teat hers m thomngliiy In
earnest, and neve? low sight of an oppor
(unity to say (lie right word at the right
time, anil not only every tnree moiling.
luit at dilTurenl Inure through', tit' yean,
Teachers anil sniieriiiteiiileiua have golden
opportunities' to drop Some eed, thoiglil
Hint, may spring up and .mar, ,, abundant
fruit. , , , , ,
Another form nf rarryuig .out. juvenile
teinerance work is to organize temperance
societies composed mainly "nf " yrtin Wo-
ple, and yol having enough, tnuinbera of
some experience to help fihupe the lil entry
exercises, so that nothing .obieelloiiable to
morals or religion will be 'allowed to ereer.
in Hie selections; one-third fit the' ofllce.nt
and committees Vicing persons' of rpr-
lencn aim Bnunu leinpernnre' primnpies.
Huch a society hail just been formed here,
nninliertng about lifty members, : havo
adoiited a ' constitution, and leuted their
onieer for the current quarter, asfollowsM
Miperintendent, J. W, Mailt secretaryi,
Mise Kinma Jlarben , Treasurer, Allien-
Kiehaidson. I Tim sncirtv .n called the
Young People's Chriatiau illeuiperantte jUn.,
ion of baybrvoki ruoela twice niuliUl fo
moral auuiiilliictuid (lupnivwiie.iH,, Tlia
test nf ineiulimhiu j the , signing tlm
tiiJe. pledge, hicji excludes juiilur, as a
)'vei'(ii;e,:iiiu ue 01 oiiuecn in any jorin,
nil from all profanity.' Wu have ha (J ul
one regular meeting, wlilchWali wijl at
tciidid, and we ace rln' reason "tn'ldniih'C ft
will be productive n( great gotulif Wglitly
managed, yet strange as it may scum, there
are niein tiers of Christian ehinvhi exclud
ed from mwirben hip because they will not
ign away their right to drink cider or
swear. 1 don't renumber whluh.i But ,tha
sneiety iH bound to a success, notwit h-
Btiinding these drawbacks, ,'.- ,. ,.
As neobeeiyo, tliA,(rvastatiuiu,,.uf,. iur
temiacaucM iu tlm noliilDuiiity, we jkiiuim
limit. expertflnue a i lu artj sii-kiniing and
dcoui'agtd ft ulu-.p, are .'templed, to
prejudge all elfoii i,,
as unclims, yeL uu 'i, not, ,
in the, riu't nv, tu n :
" r-Utve poinl
t '.' aro
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: njuwliui is
r tiiuii u.oidj
o( Le iWu in
iris into, the
b -tQ iuur
parish,' t)0 families havo received Velief
from our committee for the last five weeks.
The poor people are plunged into so much
debt that- -no amount of publio charity
will supply a Biiflii'lent remedy.
1 ' Here arc. a few instances of the. misery
i First F.dward Mc(?ure, Roseorkw, has
a small patch of ground; fifty years of age,
wife forty; six of a family; a bunch of
rairs to cover them at night; two blocks of
wood to sit on. and an old dresser form
the entire stock of furniture; no fuel, ex
cept a few wet brambles: no fend except
what they received from tho relief oom
m it tee. i
Hecond Phelim Hallaglrer, Ronhhra,
ten of a family; wife paralyzed for tharlast
seven yearb;small patch of mountain land;
no food, no fuel, no bedding; no olothing
but old sacks.
Third Jlicky O'Donnell, I'ortnagolan,
three of a family) wife has only an old
nek on her; no fnel, no food.
Fourth 'Thomas Gallagher. Conlan.
eleven of a family; Are of them well, bass
mats ties around them for clothing; no
Arc, no bed but straw.
Fifth Fat (tillesptn, Carrickatugart,
his wife and son live in a hut formerly a
byre for calves; entrance to it three feet
high, entire space within ien feet by nine
feet ; furniture ronsjsting of a rickety
ehnir, no bed, no bedding, but somestraw
scattered in a ctirner. Theironly proporty
two hens; wife suffering from asthma and
not capanie oi work.
BY MISS AMELIA THROPP.
I am alone In my chamber now; no
sound breaks the stillness but the patterof
rain agniust my window-pane; I go to the
window and look abroad into the misty
space; I return and seat myself at the
hearth; all is curtained, closed and warm,
1 take from a drawer a packet of "old
letters," crumpled and tanned, tied with
faded blue ribbons. I seat myself by the
hearth, the ruddy flames leap into fantas
tic shapes, and lose themselves at last in
to wavy masses of smoke. I open fl rut
tho letters in the clear, beautiful hand
writing. The dear one who penned them
Dow lies coffined and solitary, only the
wet earth protecting her from the storm.
I read them over and over again, with
their affectionate words, the good advice
and cheerful encouragement, the tender
mewagee and loving, happy phrasea. until
memory "carries me back to the pleasant
by 'gone hours, and I cry out from the
depths of a troubled heart will they never
come again? i The' "old letters'? bring vis-
Ions of the past bofore me, and imagina
tina oarriaH me back to the valley of my
home. , I sen the old home as it used to lie;
the birds 1 fancy singing by the meadow
brook, whilst : the violets and daisies, are
seen spangling tho grass by the sunny
stream where my tbnughtluss childhood
strayed. The old home is not what it used
to be. , I stand bewildered upon the rustic
porch : where arn tho flowers I loved and
tended? And the merry band of brothers
and sisters that made tho hnlls echo with
their glee? I.ct ine peep through the half
open door whero the sunbeams are linger
ing. Will sho come to meet me with her
sweet snitln, and bid me welcome home
again, my mother! How 1 llstentno an
gel voice sounds on the air, no footstep
echoes on the stair. The birds sing gaily
by the meadow brook. Have they no pity
those winged messengers? Tho air, laden
with fragrance, la bourne through the open
window; Ike bees lium from flower to
flower; tio only, solitude Is my solitary
peart, . .., . .,, . ... (.
Earthly homes, what are they? A rest
ing place for a little while: then all is over.
fl'ho old .home, is nf dwelling for me. The
inmo of strangers henceforth, it must lie.
The truant baud that made glad its happy
hearth am scattered, and memory Is all
i nar is claimed nf the old familiar place.
I take tip another. It is from him whoso
blue eyes sleep' 'midst' the coral reefs;
hastily written, carelessly henned,1 liut
wliat a tale it tells of one fair and loving,'
whose suiyiy nature and noble deeds stmw
ed llfeVpathway fnrhim thtckwilh friends;
Ala, that he should have been taken, the
young man of great promise, with so many
blossoms of sucuost bursting at .hi fecit,
Ambitious, energetic, he curved out In Im
agination a high destiny, but the treanlior-,
ons main had no pity; aiui'LH the peails
the deup his fair form sleeps, aud nothing
la left of his beautiful life but a memory
laden wit,! tea's of regret by those ,left be
hind. , . ,
These, with (heir WntlfnV feml nine
handwriting, are frora Lilly; she makes
with her sweet, girlish naturo a home hap
py In a far distant land. Strangers have
Weicrttnerl ner to their hearts and homo;
her smiles, her joys, her pleasures are shar
ed by nthets far away: hut there Is a cor
ner in lilliy heart'of which she nevmr keens
lumsiire tiy iule or square, for those ntie
left behind, and I know In thai solitary
hours which will come to all, Lilly in heart
is home again, . W' have, given her .our,
.Llemiug. ajlii when Ufa's chain of event
.unloou una by one, making thegokleji links
pfJuiiAaud mcudatiip moio clonely united.
If w should pover meet Jier on Darin again
we p;iiy io meet .her iq a fairer, lU(l,l,liii,
jtlilj" alidine in Imayen.,. '., ,
Tneso.with thelr prooked, a . apd dotted
j's, aro from lile ;'NolIle, who,, with ,her
bluo eyes and' golden curls, was like, sun-'
sliinVfelafldenintf fhe "hearts' nf all.'i'Who
eould'haVe thotlght she Wnulrf, have U'en
taken' sh(i waso iaf andPhatfeVinc.'Und
talis them earliest whom he lores' best.'
Nellie, fair and 'love- 'With" lief 't'endefi
sensitive nuWire " trnsint'' from " the
heanmly baud wandered on earth a Mitle
whilst lion jaiii'neyed back te Heaven.' Her
grave is nciiheriluep nor wide,, but the sun
yhine ,, loves to play through thaoraatted
griwa, and the bird ting softly bo ikaliltte
slcoper biinunlh llie eod. Jt isa llltlegriive
but, world-wide hope,, are, iburiod. tlwre,
leiiyingan achiug vuidwhiuh tlie world can
(lot, llfl. , TJIuwi Tgltera rumplil itijd, lorn
e all that gn left nio of, sar ilittla.Null.
Ho the old lettisrs havo a jum-v tr. .loll of
tiopis, bliglited, homo, iWiiatc,1 heart'
ehes, and beart-Vruaks, The dar ones
whe pi'iined tliem; lIUlo, tliought of fheir
Bigniftcancc.'' I 'tie.tliem up again with
iluir erutnplerf Imws anil faded ribbons,
memory ot the past, unit 'Yielding to the
gusli of tears f buW llty helid ttrween." '"
i . In I . . ,. i' , ,r
How an Attempt was. Made to
Assassinate Ben. Wade.
(lenentl J. 'R. TlrisMn, In Vhe Philadoli
fMiia 7yUs( giVcs the following account
an atloiupl to a-is-iiuito lien. Wade:,;,
"U is not generally, iniiwn that an at
(eni)it ra mailo te assassinate1 Mr. Wade
in Washington during1 the'wat liboitt
".line time that an sttiiejt, Was made
Oharlpi Suntner's ,lf, ,At was about ulne
O clituk at mgl.t, and .Mr. uittnur lutd
quitted ilr. , Wade's 'door when a pktol
idiot was- heard In tho street; ' Mrs. Wade,
h6 was Uting"ln' ths parlor With"
Wiule, sprang to her, feet and said tg
husbuiid: , .. ,(.,.,,, , .,, , ,
. "My tlodt Frank, I feat they have kill'
ed Mr. Sumner.' " l'il .... .!
,' Wade, with the people of thd house,
lnii'i'icil tit ' Ilia ',' iKt h' tiiutid
ijuiuuer calm , but yiiry . palu, ,
weak.-, lluisaid a man atauding oa .the
outer elge of The pavement kad fired
"In in with a pitol, the ball passing close
fiout v' his face, and apparently hitting
tlm wall. Thu wsassin then rail up an
and dUuppcared. Thu wall ot the
joining house was examined, and the ball
was found sticking between two bricks and
oompletely flattened ont by Its force. No
trace of the assassin' could be found and
nothing was overheard of him.
A few (lava after this occurrence a man
called on M?! Wade alxmt eight o'clock in
the evening and pretended he had impor
tant business with the Senator, and some
papers to show him. Mr. Wade at this
time lived on Four and-a-hslf street, in a
house owned by Mr. Barrett. Mr. Colfax
lived In the house' with Mr; Wade, and
both occupied rooms on the second floor.
The man poshed his way into Mr., Wades
sitting-room and asked hiiri if he would
roan a petition. Mr. Wade was alone at
the time, aud somethinir in the man's faoe
or manner aroused hie suspicion. Asking
to tie excused for a moment, the ot.l Hons,
tor went into aa adjoining room, wbcra he
and his wife slept, and took a pistol from
the drawer of a bureau. Holding the pis
tol under his dressing-gown, Wade return
ed to the sitting room, and Confronting
the assassin, said :
"Now, sir, 1 am ready' for yon ; where
are the papers you wish me to read?"
Drawing a package from his breast the
man banded it lo Mr. Wade with one hand
while with the other he grasped the handle
of a large knife. Quick as thought Wade
saw it, and cocking the pistol placed it
under the man's nose and said:
"Draw that knife, or attempt to draw it,
and you are a dead man!"
The assassin turned very pale, and at
command from Mr. Wade, held up his
"Now, abont, face f" roared Wade.
The assassin tnrned his bacfc, and Wade,
plaoing the muzzle of the pistol against
the liack of his head, said : . . ,
In this way he marched the fellow outof
the room, down the stairs, along the hall,
and, opening the street door, bid him de
part. Those who remember Mrs. Barrett's
house will recollect the front door Is reach
ed by ascending & pair of winding stairs.
Just as the assassin set his font on the top
stair, Wade gave him a kick and a push
that sent him sprawling to the bottom,
and he fell headlong on the pavement.
Then, closing the door with a bang, the
old man left the fellow to gather himself
up and get away as best he could. Return
ing to his room, as cooly as if nothing had
happened, Wade put up his pistol, and it
wb9 three or four days before the family
learned anything abont the occurrence.
On opening the petition it was found to
be an illiterate. King, rambling affair,
badly written, wretchedly spelied and
amnnnttng to nothing. Wade said it was
evidently the intention of the assassin to
stab him to death while be wan reading1
ana had his attention nxeu on His paper,
He said he could not tell what made him
suspoct the man, but ho did so, and from
the moment he entered the room felt and
knew what the fellow had come fof." '
STAUNTON. VA. LETTER.
Friend Reed: You will have seen from
the paper sent you, something of the cor
dial reception we have had here, aud also
testimony of the character of the work that
my mill does. One of tho editors was pres
ent and saw for himself the operation, and
his notice, of course, Is a more valuable
one than anything I could myself write.
Tho people In this city are anxious to
welcome western enterprise-esnecially in
the way of manufactures. Auditions of
this kind will reeeive-H-the favors that
thoy ought to.exueot4 For , some kinds of
business, this is one of the best locations in
the state. Coal is as oheap as. in . Athtabu
la; ; lumber, too, may be. had .on. good
terms, and is abundant and good. ,,Jer
tain kinds range about the same as with
us. , Haili-oad facilities are first class.
There are some things stranger notices
here, ,. One is the quantity of, .colored pep.
pie, .They appear to bo a, happy, .race.
This la auuarcnt enouuh . whenever they
come together. Most of the laughing, it
would seem, ts done by luoin. ibe ques.
tion i how does so tnany earn enough to
supply their dally wantsy Ho much i
done bv oolored women? So far as onr ob
servation goes, tbey fill their places nice-"
Iy. ' Whorever yon see a young onuoy you
will see a colored nnrse' in attendance.
One' 'would' think that raising children
would be an oipensive business, i v "in '
There are her, four ' colored churches,
and the neport is that some, .of. their paa-
tors are aiell 01 (Hleul. ii .ni m
which the Sabbath is observed. Jtusinoss i
not ouly suspended, but the pity is quiet,
and Llm nouola im m oliuroh. , The Scotch-
Irish element predumiuates, and they are
puritanical lu lupu- reverence iur po oao.
bathf . .
o The locality has ovory indication of be
ing a healthy ono. ' General health pre
! Thore ts a'wbridefful ntiautity 'of rliiiior
used here, bnt It does not appear to produce
its teeltilnate amount of drunkeTineas. i rf
it ie due1 to thef oualltT af"the' whisky,
would it not do well to obtain our supplies
from tliesainerouiitaiii." Tours, '.
L. M. C.
"In Store enlMMTOpH SttHTt of1 '"'
rhe'addltoB of "over U(& feet,' e'f ffr'.'ioof
' was rendered aecesuur by laoteased bas.ni
"'" 'i'neni. snS ilie whole.'store fs' '' '' "
in-, . . , . . i! , T r o, , ..,,,( ,i I. i-p,
I ii u, nil
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215 SUPERIOR S1V
UMe '" "': Ii I in '.' ii i .! ." i
llaTiisraa lias beooms ths acknoolndg-w)
retnMlv fur livsr mnH kiriiwy ooinplalnts.
L'r'ars(l by K. K. Xhompsnn I'llusville,
Pa., Iur sals uj riwiit aud Uurggitta grius
if, 1 uiiiii' -..)) .iili.U b 'h!'
, 11: illtll Slltt I, MH , it Mft I" K-oc i
No. IHBrnieHer OtlTOLAnT, Ov, has
a art B .
THAT ACT AT 1118 kASK I11K CI
THE LIVER, " '
and the KIDNEYS.
Thia combined acfthnpitvt (t won
derful povw to cure all J.-vawi.
Vhy Aro VVo Cick ?
i Jjecauu v allow that onat ormnt
to lemmt cligprd or tor; mi, oyiiitj
into Oi blood that thould to tapelkd
BM.HII HN KSH, PII.KH, COfiK 1 1 1'A 1 M,
klllNH ll'Ul'MIMK, IHINtkK
DIvt.tKKS, UKAI K WKAIi-
antsiKs. n NKitvu
1 bu muninafret action of thett orrans 5 j
nA: ' -M
Why R(Tr Plllon pulmi ami trfiff
Why tormciitril wtth PUM.ConKtipttlont
WbJ lr BArroai or tirk hradtvcliMl
K hy h ilixplaki nighU I
Vrt KTONKY WORT and TrAct In
taUh. lti$a dry, vegetable comp&tnd and
Om wtll mmkm pIx QtmoT Mrdlefaw.
Oft it of your Drugcr, he will order U
V1LL3, STStUaOSOJl k CO., lnrrleiort,
O (WlU-Tn.itti-l.) liurllnrton, Vt.
fjat--aaii.iHr .jMran- J .
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEM AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GHEAUST KEDSCAL
TP.iur;.rH c? tke ace.
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
JUa. Tittt ISm in-
fM'ried in coml)ining In.
ilirw pilrn tlit bfr.(.
t (JflOf U NTItlNfl TU INtl,
1 UBOATITB, fllldai'U-
TliHir Brut ai)parpnt
ffuct it to hicmim! tho
rxjipetlto by cnunliiff tho
lood to proiM'rly a
almilfUo. Tliiif" thuByB-
it'iniB tinnrin' n, sua
hy tb(rtfnlc acMon on
tlm dlKfHilvt nrvmia.
n-fjular and h:allliy 6
vrtcnatioua aro pro
duced. The rnpi.HTV witn
iThlrtt PFRSONS TAKE
CURE FEVER AND AGUE.
ON FLESH wiiiinuiuhl
nio imiiH'iiro vi Tiitwt:
lillls, nc)icut'H tli'-ir a
tlapta.)iliiy to umirlnh
l)a IhmIv, Ivurc tlicli
CURE BIU0U3 COLIC,
ulcacy ra cuiujif iter-
viiim iji'iillily, inclfin-
lH)ly, rivufM'pnla, wwrt-
III titbO UUIWlltakrilllL,'-
rlrihufsa of tli liver,
Curs KIDNEY Complaint,
i.nd Impart Jim h.t h A
CURE TORPID IIVER.
"irt'iiiiiii to t!ic r"oum,
Prlco M ceuta,
33 niurruv Street.
' IMPART APPETITE.
If jm tit mrTertnif from
Inix ottftbwd ot iilckiMtH,
If yon are a mlnlitr.
aelf with ymir pi!ttcrl tin
Outwltii i-arr aUlii wurk, or
If jmi Ut wtmk aad dift
U Hitter will
If you ara a mavn of Imn
tanla of your vTrrriiy
fata- telUJig ovac yvur
, lloa. HUtora will
poor Tiriilth, or laaflpalih-
will Cure Yov.
nd hare OTrrfTCfVTour-
iipbi or a nxMriiT, y ri
if vow ai' muii'ly m'. ",
Hiiittid, wjtiiuul cUa:y
tt eat ere Yen
ttiease, vcAkcnvil hy V
httjti or n tiiiUk of 1. 1
mfTrinft (rora any Itv'Js
f svat, U oi t.u Uie cuw,.
ntinn on the furm, at I'
Lh:i your 1-vnti'ui in .
kOaUov Uauut tatail
milita ii frehta, yifur
lr you sir youtitr, and
' lis Dliierawlll
ri.k, anywh.r.. Ril ft,l
ClfiMHlits, Hjulue uf tlJK'
Hos niitefe I.
!!. muWIKlr'siul your
1U BllWra wlU It yoe htw Hm M Tlor.
Sot Oores Oraa la Ui aworteat, aafatt and beat.
On lTor f t for fttomiwh, Uver anrt Klthiritii ni-1
rlawtoaltetaara Cartway abtxurt-oa. It U itrltot. 1
JLI, O. la an ktwoluln and lrnlxtibl mm fur drunk-1
(WriM), um pf oiutu, tubaouu and narcutlca.
(tWMtMijydwtBisU. HnvMltaNMrif C'.R'Wlii'iUr.N.Y I
TKE HARRIS REMEDY CO.
Kr'o 'ea, i r.urjM. mo,
'l&tiWSS- PROF. HARRIS' PASTILLE REMEDIES.
U I for Mea trauMwl with Spermatorrhea an4 tt
lJI lrnpi'ttioy, i.uiiB(r fruhi fhimtfi tft)ity,
i-MmiMi tuM'iMiii iii r tr.ee d ! and tit WLadt tt mn.
tent xslel tt lkbo) iM-lkUSM Uvntut:tr pnkal, uif
. m Vm) UMil aaat la liainiil Hi eaWlwsU then Uw ' rnii Oawiibat-
Importer or SCOTt'ir nnAMTK MONUt
MHUrltt, and Manuftiutaret or . I'V l , n
lUKBIOsN ICIUMTK, MAIkBLK
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in'U.I'J"0 d1"i r,'l;i,r,.MrW,i
umnii r,nni(-.bilv num. .
OMoedn .center streef. ' ' f liiis-ic'
i --HI-KUMATOKHHKA. I
, Or nervosa detaimy, lmt mSnhiiot) ' ami ImnoV
timsy. 1 will xvi, 0 mj MuriHtlun. lr Uitt dlKixn)
free, to llio nttUU.il fur 0 cunU iiliitfi. In a
ewvelepa."-' R. A. hllllloi K '
T7-WI.. i , ,"i',M!ifMrlosai!it:l.v!lldVO,' I'
1 Spr rial Not vo ti ln Iryinpn.
rH HAVK VHl'AI.LY HI-;nt out our
y irirfhtr' i(t tli'k (.enrol, ni'lu-t, Imt
lhl Ti-flr w htTi'tty fvt.-i,.t ntttn-c to 1 f if
In 1 1- n in, 1 1mt iho( i who . trln ttiftr lni y
n U I n h luiifiiL (Im iJiiiin'iy will n'rclvf tho
hlK"f,1 cnh 1 1 1 Ice ntnl In iiitd 1 1 inn tlie ii-hiu.I
fw.innilsttifin paid Mrfcufi. Ah we j-refwr to
in I -llri'Ctly Willi Win tLilrvinrn., . ,
167(1 H-i A. C. Wll.i'OX A NOV,
' ' lM.k rrrok, O.
rout) xi rioTiitan
Has mi Ii.iikI n pood axaortiiu'nt nt
lariiei of var;,in. klnil-. He.vrnnil l.lpht.Mltl
KWand lleulile. of tlie Iwitt worliiniiiii'hiu ami mi
terlnl. Ue Ik yrepai eu to 1111 H ovtlera fur work
nfany (tccerii'ltoii In bis Itno.
HADDt.RS, ' ' ''
ilfhns Jiiol laid In t Inriro supply of Urjie And
medium flwt TrUvflhiK Trfink. They rw of tm
rlnuii qiinlitli't niui vulucp. nd stTonln. itt In? or
blo . privw. The wwnimttnl In allotM'tlier tlm
iRfK-'ft of any in the ri'k'lon. The trnvallni; pnbllc
nre tnvlted t Innk fiv!rtht ntK k, n thoy can
arrilj fall to flud omethlni: totholr mlrM.
FOIIU k HKOMIFIt
' AtnTHMlin.Hpi)T. v. 1 1-7 lilHIHf
DHITGH, PAINTH. OI-ASS, BOOKS, WALL PA
PRK and MfLLINKItY. L. Ltok. Cotincant, O.
Hm bamv in oonatnt V .
by th pnblio
for over twenty yenra,
Aud U the beat prepnratlon I
ever Invented for RESTOR
ING GRAY HAIR TO IT
YOUTHFUL COLOR AND
. and ,
at tuppuei vii o nmum
food nnd color to the hair
gland without taining the
kin. It will lncroaae nnd
thicken the growth of the
hair, prevent Ita blanching
and falling off, nnd thus
It cures Itrhlnff, Evap-
tlons and DandrtiA. . As a
HAIR DUE88INO It Is Tery
dMlrable, Blvlne; the hair a
silken softness which all
admire. ' It keepa the head
elean, attest and healthy. '.
will chance the beard to a BROWN or
BLACK at discretion. Being In one
preparation It It easily applied," and
produoes a permanent color that will
not wash on. -ii"' ' '. , .fl 1
B. P. KALI & CO,, NASHUA, N.H. ,
. Sold b) all D(al In Matllclae. . ' j .
)Tnr u by V. K.Mvlll Alilalla, Ublq.,,
1 lrtoi-i ok
40' CONSTITUTION WATER
"!' " TIIUEK TiTf K A U.i, '
("1IHHH TUtlfllin-'tt 11INKASH, INKI.AMATKll
OK TIIK KHINKVH. STUNK LN TUB lll.MllilU
IHTAltlltl fiKTIIKIlUnuKlt.tll.KK'r.DI AHI
TKM. OIIA VHI.. WHIUK-DUsMIKPtlSlT.tlllLI).
HUUil WKAHIKM, , , ! , ,. , , v'.
y,ia FimAi.a Cnmi.jT a Hr-Kcui'ir ' . .
For ;ite hy nil riniyj.is. Hi-nn for (.MrnilAf. '
iriOHUAN dt 'LL.KV, Jtl I okn Nt.. IV-lf
" , i . lotiouew it
V The " If
I - State
II AsBtiyer I
i . .
.11- . , . . Vt .
-km uiU- uui-oj uimjumiun-T
lr-H-efcLT'' '''' ,'v'' I'-' i" '-IM'. ' ' l -
S J jOOTS &
': li I-
ll''! tlllH-l'l -I I . l,ll; r';,. II .!!' It,'
I I . . !
" i" Soma Cluuiari1! at Chnrnlieilin's "owin'rr to a iKi'im!
-:-" ' lyA) fVt'fortst- biisineiVwe'
'WingVAUOIT STOCK ;t;-
: NEW HGOODS !
",' '" .; We plnociVottr orilcrs lii
. shall bo tibly to nvl Crt-cliia
,t ,ov,r vchi'm )iioo.' ,;;Vo
". ni"i "i1 Xlool Hud iSlioes. a
, :(, , it i '
-.,',,,, i . i ,' .j
J , ,, Pur reiiutiJiuii fur oi;ci.-lliim
.,, prices, will tull-nmii(Uintd,
l.-. i. i. '. ' f .
TRUNKS and TRAVELING RAGS
",'1 , I,
' ' ' ' '
have takfiTi tti.i tfjfTIUE '
Jvbvt'iulBr iuiU. Det'dtiiUer, and i",
good at a very tliglu ailvuuoe. '
Iiiivb also 'uddeil1 our lino of "
oomnk'tel nssorftiipnt' ot ''. 1
t r- t -. I.--1--, -tLI -4..
llj li' .,. , I,-
i ! :, .i: . i., .:
, AND .TRAVELING- BAGS, ":
i .-i ! il.-r!' r ii
i ,lli , ,r. in i!..4i, I ii, ,!..r,, .1 1' i
i'ji'iods and ' l9wit'.obUiuaUe::iii,'IU
v .,, . . n I ,,t,i,.i i -. ;n. l.n n
'' ' .... .-., ... i i ..I..,.
NEXT TO P. U I.. ,
f ... l ,-! I,,, i
.. r i . . inii I
..- ,i' i
SPRIIJ6 OPEIIING DRY GOODS
; Wc have in store, and arriving, an im
mense amount of , seasonable goods, most of
which we 'are 'offering at last year's prices.
All kinds of Worsted Dress Goods are as
cheap as ever, and some sorts cheaper.
We have some 20 different numbers of
Black Cashmeres, which we sell from 50cts. to
$1.00 per yard, which are as good value as
can be offered anywhere, and as low as we
ever sold them. Bcgcs Colored Cashmeres,
Ilcrrowbone Stripes, and fancy Dress Goods
and Trimmings in great variety.
New Spring Prints, Ginghams, Brown
and Bleached Cottons, Pillow Cottons, 9 quar
ter and 10 quarter sheetings, Hosiery and
Our store is jammed full of goods, and
we are scllingnt the very lowest living prices,
consequently trade is booming. Come in and
see the biggest stock in the county, get prices,
, and don't buy a cent's worth if you don't find
thehi cheap. Mr. Kepler is now East, and
new attractions are constantly arriving.
' ' .PliER & CO.
: ; NOW IS CONSIDERED THE
EXLli S3 ason.
;'. . ','' , ; ,.;, MAKE LIVELY TIMES AT TIIK ': , .
Enterprise! Tea Store.
. .!! i i ' !.:. ::i -CALL OKI :'' ' ' ' '
.entkiu'uise:, tea , store:
1 auv aii "
t -I Kill HULL
,1 til . , i .,il; I I,, ,1 i .,- i,i
A 1., Wiry uot buy nw mid sai'H'iiiWH'y. .
i ' "L i :l l . I I .
...ii -.. i. anuifsc uatiji iauu mip iiiiip;i.
vjjt .,,,.. W,Jy.ft'C-Jwur,Kiiuili.
-..-..I.' ,'( .v -il i I.-...II n I 1.' '.
-'Il'' . "I '. 11 il:ul"
t, I. ii i" i. im Mil I ,iii-ilr I '.,'.. ij .'. .-..t.:- 'i vi . . ' ' , '
Parlor Sets, Walnut CI Sets,
-,lr ,ii . i;. I.e. I, i' t n.. - . . ' ' I t , i ' .' . . I
I i n , , t AVAJ.NIIT DHKSSI(i BIUIKAUS, . '
J. , . .(-WALNUT-WASH STANDS, .
' -!' !"' "" "WALNUT BEDSTEAD!!, ' , ' ' . .
,: 1 " MATTRESSES, SPUING BEDS,'' ',. ',; ". ' '
, ";,'!;;; ',pnAlKs1iCAE and wood skats, . ' y, .
i -In, -il i ,,' .,i,.n . iii.il. 1 1 lt...l !. :. i ; i . !- - '
In. endless Tiiru tti all of which I shall ssll at thii Mrry lowest market Jiriees for cash ;
.! j on n" - b ub r p ' s .
lDiOTU 1. UllNITUJiE WAIIEU003IS
I'; 101 MAIN and 2 and
tgrO J-'-'li! "T TtT'-tt
.l,... r 1 ;
i - ii.. I.r.i I .
J. M. WILCOX,
will bren(tir b funis In tils bullillmr O)potl
biiittb'tt lipcrs lh.u-i;. wIhtu run alwnv. lie
round NKy na WKIX BKLW.1KU Mui'Ko,
Xm-eJ ajxk DomoMtlo
' CaaiBieres and Vestings. i
.' j' j,' Jlag'a p'ulrau4,bu.ilts l.l'nu at ,''.
GENTS' iFDEtJISHIlTQ COODS.
' snd everv till ua u.uslly kept In s Klr.tclKSr ' '
it .!.... i . - .1. I."- i.l '
" 1 " Merchant Tailoring ";' !'
EfttaMleliuieut. A k-mxI fit nud luw prkor
14 iu KUatrsiuUud.
' THE .'
vnn ntt av o
IUU1 ULLn I ' I '
. . "t ' . (' '".I "
.Furniture iu all cIiisskb is ailvniioing,
.1.1.... .1. Ill 1
'uiy iuii. jw m
.Now is the .iuiBtu litij'.- :
4 CENTKE ' STREET.
' i-y -THE ' : V
: Carriage Shops
' !.'..i " ." of ,,
! FRANK D. FICKINGER,
rojuilly colobrtlud far turning out the bmt
and mot rk'Kt stjln f work In any or l
' vftrti?tle of Hi'trtids. 1 The riNSar fcnd most '
1 iA.tEHn.of UAftNENSKS sre sliosot- :
, teu UL Ht. thil oUbllhmeat.
i la BTOCK.- r'OV CAKltlAOSS, TRACK .
WAUUN ni bXKIUIlt In their sua- , ,
. , son. Aiteut for the. cvli-braled
278 Main St., Ashtabula,' 0