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Vbanday, Feb. 13, 187. J."W. HOUGHTOIT, If. II. HOUGHTON, KDITOM. O. I". Jones, a prominent member of the Wooeter bar died Feb. 3d, of parti al of the heart, after two daj'a illness. Bishop Foster is to lecture In Clere land Vint Methodist Episcopal Church, Feb. 18th. on the "Spirit Forces of the Universe" ' An incendiary attempt to born the planing mill of Carry, Cameron St Co., of Wooeter was discovered in time to pnt oat the fire. , The failure of the Styles firm in Con necticut, the largest manufacturers woolen goods in the country falls very heavily uron wool merchants of Boston, as the bankrupt companies were the lar gest purchasers of wool in the market. Where is that financial earthquake we were to have on the resumption of specie payment. After one month the public debt has been decreased $3,000,000, and there is an increase of gold and silver in the treasury. What damage has been done to business interests? Will some Democrat or Greenbacker answer? We are glad that oar County Commis sioners are making a move in the direc tion of a new Court-house. Lorain de serves and can afford to pay for a good and safe building and we hope while we are at it we shall build one that is ab solutely fire-proof. - This will . be trae economy. We have $50,000 in the treas ury now that can be devoted to this par- pose and the balance can be raised with' oat increased taxation. ' Let as all vote in favor of it when this question is pre sented next Spring for oar decision. The dairymen of Pittsfield after much deliberation have decided to ran four factories In that township on the co-operative plan. Oar faith In their success is not strong. Large factories can be managed more economically than small. and he average farmer, however Intelli gent he may be in other matters has not the business experience or familiarity with the cheese trade to secure the best results. , , The. tanner has received more money for his dairy products on the plan adopt ed by oar Wellington dealers than any other. Notwithstanding their fears and complaints farmers have received over six cents per pound for their cheese net, which is a pretty good showing, better than that of any other system practiced in this state. Bereavement. Three homes Invaded, and threo chil dren taken in one week is very unasual in Wellington. : - .. ; "The air to full of farewells to the dying, Aodjnouruing; for the dead; The heart of Rachel for her children crying v?ill not be comforted." The frailest child that brightens a home awakens hopes of what it will In future years become, and it is Impossi ble not to build as much upon what the children will be, as upon what they are ; so that the loss is perpetual, and reaches through the coming years. It is not only tbe little prattling boy of to-day who Is lost, but bis youth and manhood which had been unconscious ly prophesied of him and depended upon.'. i .: .'t : The bright liUle girl, cut down like a budding flower, had given already a foreshadowing of what she would be as maid and woman, and : the longer the children are spared and the more they are objects of special care, the more In timately do they grow Into and become a part of our Uvea.' The keen remembrance of their ill ness and suffering will mercifully yield Its sharpened edge to time; but the pallid face and speechless lips; the cold, moist brow and tbe purple shad ows of the last conflict are Just now prominent and vivid, memories of the dear ones lately bidden from mortal sight. The freely proffered and timely aid of friends, the thoughtful anticipation of duties to be done and wants to be sup plied, the spontaneous sympathy and abundant kindness, (taught by the uni versality cf grief) are second only to the Divine compassion and help to sof ten affiictlou and mitigate the sharpness of bereavement. Every leaf and vine and flower that contributes to make more beantiful tbe quiet clay, or is wrought into touching device to re lieve the stern harshness of death, Is sacred to thoe who mourn; and it can never be put into words just how grate ful to sore hearts are these delicate and voluntary ministrations. : i :i Pure white lilict, sweet heliotrope, graceful smilax, unobtrusive' buds and pale blossoms aie fit emblems, of lives unsolled, and of our mortality. OTJR NEW. TORS I.ETTEK. Circumstances of the last two months to which I referred In a late letter.hav log brought tbe whole subject of the theory and methods of ; life insurance again uppermost in the press and pub lic mind, the statements of the various companles which January, as usual, brings forth, are onco more objects of Interested study and comparison.. : On the whole they show that tbe leading companies have held their own very encouragingly, and a few of them have even made considerable additions to their surplus. . In one case, that of the Etna of Hartford, this increase amounts to almost a million of dollars net for the year. Of course this is exceptional, but It shows what honesty and persist ent conservatism of management will do even in the most unpropitious times. This principle of conservatism, the only true one to govern the management . of trust funds, la in tbe JEXam as far re moved from "old fogy ism" at It is from imprudence, and has given that compa ny position which It would be faint praise to call enviable. Badec. Spring- Eleetious. -In every village and township in Ohio where the Democratic organization is in a clear majority that organization runs a strict party ticket, in the three Demo cratic townships of this county, Avon, Amherst and Carlisle this is the rule. In the Democratic strongholds of Columbus Bucyrus, Crestline, Galit-n and others of like importance, the role is never dev parted from. By it. party supremacy is best maintained. Majorities are kept up to the maximum standard. If a party ticket should be put in the neia at county or state election it hard to tell hj not at the municipal and township elections. In the last fall's canvass the Republicans believed and straggled very manfully to uphold that belief, that a paper currency convertible into, and redeemable in cold and silver. was demanded by every consideration of commercial honesty and governmental integrity. In this position they were sustained by every writer on political economy the world over for the last nun dred years.- They were sustained by the wisdom of ages, and the experience of all time therein, xet upon that seem inelv impregnable position they were met by a most determined, persistent and unscrupulous opposition, in tne lace oi which they were enabled to just barely carry the atate by a majority so small we blush to name it. One of the first efforts in every can vassis to close up the ranks. Party lines have not been drawn here at any but Fall elections, theref re party fealty is lax and party interests flag. If we believe our doctrines then we should uphold them at the polls. It there that political principles are most effectually proclaimed, It is there that dividing lines are drawn. If men be lieve in tbe principles of a political or ganization there is the place to put for ward a good and true man who represents these principles and his triumph Is the triumph of the principles. The conflict of laat year in some form or other is to be renewed tbe coming fall more fiercely than ever. The Democrat ic party is hostile to resumption because it is not a Democratic measure, and Democrats have ever prayed, their most fervent petitions have gone up that the measure wise and good as we all conceive it to be, may break down. Its success is so assured of good results that deuia goguea are alsrmed at the growing symp toms of popular favor for the measure and its originatorr. , .very evil that flesh is heir to has been magnified fourfold and attributed to re sumption. Every business embarrass ment has been proclaimed far and wide and pointed at and cited as a consequence or resumption. Their action in State .Legislature, in Congress and elsewhere point us to the fact that the battle is to be renewed Then let the Republicans of Wellington, get ready to bear their part therein man luiiy. The time was when we bad a sure majority of over 300 here. We can win that back annn by working for it. Too way to work for it is to keep intact party organization and begin in April to work lor that end; in April to find the position of tne loe so tnat in October we snail have him in sure range. As a private in the ranks, we call upon our party leadeis to move in this matter. : Tbe wise and judicious thing is what is desirable. We believe in Kepublican principles there fore we propone to uphold them by striv ing honorably to get the most voters to endorse them. : We believe Democratic strategy is sound in this. We propose to imitate it by rancing a party ticket at our local elections. If there is a good and true man who sympathizes with us and helps us win victorias, and there is a place to be filled suited to him, we pro pose that he AH it. In that way we can testify our own appreciation of our own men, and cease to foist into office men who use the increased influence we give them, to beat us. . Rkfttblicah. Let Justice bo Done Though the Heavens Should Fall." Ei. Enterprise. My paper has just come to hand, and by some magnetic in fluence vour article on the "Townsend Family" mas the very first that attracted my attention. I read it through from beginning to end, and when done came near giving vent to my feelings in an ex plosive "Amcnf This is not the first time we have commended you for refus ing to eulogize humbugs. We are confi dent, moreover, that it will not be the last time. Your criticism vividly recalls a similar one of our own, written about four years ago, upon the same theatrical troupe. We were at that time driving the main quill upon a certain college journal. We are tempted to inflict the following extracts upon you, so that you may know that there is at least one heart that beats in sympathy with your own about the ''Townsend Family. The Townsend Family rave a series of en tai omenta at the Opera hall, last week. Flamiug; posters, thickly stndded with the inevitable "opinions of the press." an aouueed that on the evening of the 5th, the trunoe wonld render Shakespeare's tragedy. "Kin; Richard III.' Of course people all like Shaksspeare whether they have read him or not It is so fashionable to have a taste for the immortal bard: and persons who are nnable to quote a single line cor rectly, would look, an indefinite number of daggers as any one wbo presumed to dissent from the orthodox opinion. Everybody, of course, went to see the play, and a crowded bouse awaited the appearance of the Immor talised tfnncnback, wbo, since he could not "prove a lover to entertain those fair well spoken days(Uie weak, piping time of peace) was determined to prove a villain." In a fi nancial point of view, we dare say, the en tertainment was a success To do the troupe Justice, we are obliged to admit that it is rather above the average trav eling; companies; but we mnst remember that the average is extremely low. We are unable to (rive an extended criticism of the performance here; but these wandering stars while they may do well enough in the line of comedy are hereby respectfully advised to leave traced y alone, and under no circum stances to attempt Shakespeare. ''Mouthing words" and -'tearing passions to tatters" were the prominent faults of the leading performers. Those who occupied seats farthest from the stage, and, indeed, even those who sat close to it were unable to understand one-fourth of what was spoken. They saw and heard nothing but 'inexplica ble dumb shews and noise." - The words In stead of rolling boldly out, coward-like re treated down the player's throats. This is one of the gravest faults if not the gravest of which an actor can be guilty. One does out care to have bis ears bombarded for an hour or two by an incessant strain of un meaning, thunder. As to the second fault we have mentioned, "teaiiug passions to tatter," especially the elder Townsend who acted Richard Ill.seems to have taken his ideal tyrant from Nick Bottom in the "Midsummers Night's Dream." "I will move storms. My chief humor is for a tyrant. I could play Ere lea rarely or a part to tear a cat in, to make all split.". "The imglar tocka. With ahlvertnr (hocks. Shall break tn. locks Of SThua fXMi And PbiUmss ear Snail shine from far. And Bake and mar The foolish rotas. This was lot ly ! This is Erclos' vein, a tyrant's vein." There wss entirely too much false thunder fas his stjle. The veritable Richard, if he could have beheld the scene, would, ooubtless, have been surprised to see him self act so and hear himsvlf talk thus; and the Immortal bard of Avon himself, if he had been present, would doubtless have served the actor, as St. Petrr ia represented to have setved Bvu hy, in Byron's 'Vision of Judgment." Thus will it be seen, Mr. Editor, how "great intellects strike together.', At any rate it shots that we are of one mind when it comes to dealing with frauds. We do not believe in puffing men into glory. If the press would only speak out and expose such miserable, sham, fourth-rate troops of actors, and many other similar things Indeed, would soon come to a "melancholy end and a disastrous twilight." Many a dollar would be saved, that now finds its way 1 into the cavernous pockets of tricksters and impostors. Those who live upon public gullibility would soon be compell ed, as other men are, to "Eat their bread In tbe sweat of their brows." Go on, Mr. Editor and do what you can to bring about this blissful consummation. PoIiOKICS. Oberlin, Ohio, Feb. 7th, 1879. From all carts of the country reports come of the immense sales and increasing demand for that deservedly popular Sewing Machine The Old and Reliable "3tjlkdad," the price of which the proprietors wisely reduced to $20 including all the attachments, and at once secured for them a popularity among the people, far beyond that attained by any other machine at any price, the consequence of which is, agents are leaving tne ow nign priced machines, and seeking territory the "Stahdabd." Knowing from exper ience that with the best pood 3 at the lowest price they can outsell ail otner macninea, where the superior quality and low price li made known. This splendid machine com bines all the improvements. Is for ahead of all others in beanty and durability of its work, ease of management, light runnlug and certainty or. operation, is senaioiy maue noon sound principles, with positive work ing parts all steel, and can be safely put down as the very perfection of a serviceable sewing machine. In every particular, that will outlast any machine, and at a price far down below any otner. it is thoroughly warranted for Ave years. Kept In order free ot charge. And sent to any part of the country for examination by the customer belore payment ox ine Din. we can preaici equally as large a demsnd for them in this section as in others. Families wishing the best machine manufactured should write di. rect to the Factory, and enterprising persons wishing to seize the chance should apply for soaesirsoie an agency, see aaverusement in another part of thla paper. Address Stand, ard Machine Co., Cor. Broadway and Clin ton nace. Mew lora. Gained a Pound a Day." South Stockton. N. T.. A nr. 7,1878. Dr. M. M. Fenner. Fredonla, N. T.. ' Dear air: I had been suffering f:om Ab scesses on my Longs and 'Liver Disease for about tnree niontna. iwognea a great acai . Had become nervous and restless and mv Oesh had wasted away. I i been treated by three different physicians without any material benefit. After using two and one half bottles of your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic I was a well man. Once fairly under its Inflaence I gained flesh at the rate of a pound a day. 4 . n. ixaaxx. Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic may well be called "The conquering hero" of the times. It is tbe medical triumph of the age. Who ever has "the blues" should take it, for it regulates and restores the disordered system that gives rise to them. It al ways cures Billioutnesa and Liver Com plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Consiipa Hon, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen nlargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pirn pies. Blotches, and all skin eruptions and blood disorders; Swelled Limbs and Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh and strength when, the system is running down or going into decline; cures Fe male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis, and all Lung and Throat difficulties. It does these things by striking at the root of disease and removing its causes. Dr. Fenner s Improved Cough Honey will relieve any cough in one hour. Dr. rennei's tiolden Keller cures any pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colic or headache in 5 to 80 minutes, and readily relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint, diarrhoea, dysentery. For stle by Dr. 8. B. Emerson. Dr. Fenner's St. Yitus Dance Specific. One bottle always cures. For sale by dealers. THE GENUINE DR. C. McLANE'S Celebrated American WORM SPECIFIC OR VERMIFUGE. SYMPTOMS OF WORMS. THE countenance is pale and leaden colored, with occasional flushes, or a circumscribed spot on one or both cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ; a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional headache, with humming or throbbing of the ears; an unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath very foul, particularly in the morning; appetite variable, sometimes voracious, with a gnawing sensation of the stom ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting pains in the stomach; occasional nausea and vomiting; violent pains throughout the abdomen; bowels ir regular, at times costive; stools slimy; not unfrequently tinged with blood; belly swollen and hard; urine turbid; respiration occasionally difficult, and accompanied by hiccough ; cough sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy and disturbed sleep, with grinding of the teeth ; temper variable, but gener ally irritable, ore. Whenever the above symptoms are found to exist, DR. C McLANE'S VERMIFUGE will certainly effect a cure. IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY" in any form ; it is an innocent prepara tion, not capable of doing the slightest injury to the most tender infant. The genuine Dr. McLane's Ver mifuge bears the signatures of C Mc Lane and Fleming Bros, on the wrapper. :o: BR. C. McTAXXTS LIVER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dyspepsia and sick Headache, or diseases of that. character, they aland without a rival. AGUE .AND FEVER. Ko better cathartic can be used preparatory to, or after taking Quinine. As a simple purgative thev are un equaled. BEWARE Or jIITATIOX. The genuine are ;iever sugar coated. Lacb box has a red wax seal on the lid with the impression Or. McLane's Liver Pills. Fach wrapper bears the signatures of C McLanv and Fleming Bros. ' Io-:t upon having the Genuine Dr. C Mc Lane's I.ivkr PILI.S. prepared by Fleming rrm., of l'ittsburrh. Ta the market bein? full of imitations of the name McTnue, spelled differently but same pronunciation. Siclx Headache PeeHiv.hr Csred by tbewe Utile PHIe. They also re! leva mains rroni uyapep sia. Indigestion and Too Mvarty KaCss A perfect remedy for DtCEtnesa. N a a a a . Drowatneas.Bad Taste In tn. Mouth. Coaud Tongue, Pain tn the Side, Ac They regu lar th. Bowels nod prevent ConeUiMUion and Piles. Th. small- set and easiest to trnk-v). Only on. pill a d 40 In a vial. Purely Vegetable. rice . 2e oasis. CARTER MEDICINE CO PropV " FtT . by ma tor on dollmr. DEAR SIR: If you sre In want of anything lathe way of GUNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS, Ptetol. AmonltloB, Oon MtriJ, Ftehlmff Tackle, or may otber Yin Sponlnn OxmIs pie wiiu for my Lrr lUiutnted Catalo-fiie and Pil Lis wlilcli WmaTU Gux Woua, ll.ubursl-v fa. aiM CARTERS -TllTTLE i PILLS. THE STRATTOII YIOLIIIS are the exact toplct of CELEBRATED MODELS. Thtysiw - UNSURPASSED IN FINISH They are UNEQ UALED IN TONE. RETAIL PRICE : No. 1. Violin foi lbs llllon. with complete outfit bow. rosin and extra striirs.. s.CO No. i. Violin tor Amateur, with complete outfit boa, esss. rosin, and extra strings 10,00 No. S. Violin for Artists with complete outfit bow. cast, roaia. and extra Stan- ....(18.00 to 13,00 John F. Strattna A Co.s Rnaalan Cat Violl Btiiagsar. the best in tbe world. By pnrchaaln; thna atrinn and no other, rsnsician will ol-ta!i a reliable string which can always be depended on wiU reapoad readily to tne bow, and will ouuaat an violin string made. A full twortmejit of trimmings and musical merrhandiM kept in stork nr pmuei ga soon nun nao ar rawest pnoen. 49-tf J. W. HOCOHTON. Ju$t publisJud, in Saltd EMtrdop. Pries G etc A Lectnr on tbe Ksntare, Treatment, sad RnrtlrmJ daced by Self-Abas-kf, laroJantarr K minions. Impo- cure or Bemuai nes.Mi.esv or HDerauto-TDtiu. in nnji ci irusi j-rciMiiiy. aim siuiaruiuieuvs w sviatr Kcanawiiw vuusauiiiui-, b fr it suiu g- Itsij Mental And Phrilnl lDanacltT. ska. fir kOVlRRT I. Cl'LVkBWtLU M. D.o author of tbe "Green jkwk, " etc Tbe world reiMwiied aatbor. In this admlnbTe 1.rt ttire. clearlr proves from bis own experience that the swful cxmeueaces of 8etf-Abusc may be ctTectaallf removed without medicine, and without dmnefraum euratcal operations, bougies, lostru meets, tinm, or ouraiaii: potnuna; out a miaoor cure at onra ccrtaia and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter woat nu coaamon may oe, may care oimseu cboap ly, privately and radically. IV This Lectors will Drove n boon to thousands 8ent under seal. In a Plain envelope, to an addi-eaa. post paid on receipt of six cents or 2 post stamps. Address the Pnbllsbers. ThoCulverwcll LCedical Co., 41 Ann St.. Nw York. P. O. BOX 4586. rVKca-waAwip ELtxis; H0LBR00K BROS., Surgeon Dentists. Do not neglect tn care for and so lose your teeth. A small amount of money expended to keep them In good con 11- tlon ia a good investment. We keep Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth Washes and will be glad to select for each of our patients just such as their eare demands. This is tbe time of the year to hare your bad teeth removed before the cold weather comes and they begin to ache. We make Gold, Silver, Continuous Gum and Celluloid Plates (besides oth er kinds), but find Gold a much better base for artificial teeth than llubber. Examination and counsel free. We will be glad to work for any who may desire our services. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 9-3 tn Holbroox Bbothmis. D. D. 8. STOVES ! Over 30 Different TTInrtn -OF- COOKING STOVES -AND And abont the same of ZXT STOCK -AT- J. "W. "Wilbur's, And For Sale at CHEESE PRIDES." Respectfully Youtp, J. W. WILBUR. $66:; a week In jour own town. $5 Outfi rrea, ao ns. Header, ir Ton w.n haslnsss at which person of either mr ean make .rest all the tlm. th work. wrii. for paiticalaia to H. HaLim A Oo.. Portland. Maine- 11-27 jl 100,000 Ifea and Women are wanted, to make from f 1 to SIS nar d.v. Aaenta ar. bow maklnc that amount. ISU Address, with one eest stamp, R)v. S. T. BUCK. Milton, Pa. BEST! TMslneea jmi eaa entajrs la. 95 to $30 per d..y made 1-y any worker of either aex. right in their owa totalities, far Honiara andssrbplea worth as free, la prove yonr spare time at this busiaeaa. Addres bnxaoa a (Jo., Portland, Maine. ll-S7jl THE NEW YORK CLOTHISG HOUSE! REMOVED TO New Block, south side Liberty St Nearly Opposite Old Stand. COME AND SEE US! Baldwin, Laundon & Co.'s GREAT ATTRACTION -OF FALL & WINTER DRY GOODS. -Dress Goods Of every style aud quality, at prices to suit the Durchaser. eooiDrisini' Black and Fanev Bilks, very low ; Black Cashmeres tbe boat ever ottered ottered in this market for tbe money. Jamestown AIdsccss. la new stvles. more desirable and cheaper than ever before. Our stock of Ladies' Forcltm and Domes tic Dress Goods is very full and comnlete. and at price that can nor tail to satisfy the demands of all. Domestic Ginehams in larse Quantities from ten cents to a shilling. Prints In great variety, from f jur to eluM cents. We have the exclusive sale of ITilMlint sTttlli TlnmAstlA fihai ear, la, sa tw.M ortment selected with grett care. Our .Linen Stools. Table Linen from 33 centa nnward. Van. kins unpreeedently low. Toweling of beau tiful quality, and of every crude. Handker chiefs a very fine stock, dome as low as lour cents each. XTotidns. We carry full line of notions ponnUtlnir of Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs, La dies Neck Wear, etc., also a Terr laree stock of Robert's Needles and "Cutlery which are guaranteed to please in every re spect. They are the very best in the world. Our stock ot Hardwaro and Groceries Is ample and the prices suited to meet the Wants Of evervhndv. An flirint .rru.tr ..f choice Carpets and Oil Clotns. An agent wanted in this locality NOTHING SUCCEEDS X.T SUCCESS The former high priced machines REDUCED to TWENTY Thorough? warranted and sent to too for Examination Before You Pay For It. And bo obllsatloa to keep one, li not bzttxs thaa any machine yon ever bad. Every Family can now own a The Old Favorite and Searing Machine 820. Aknowledges KO We cannot make a Letter The Highest Piemium Awarded F4 CO A Strictly First -Claaa DouMp Thread Lock BHtrh Machine, more coriplet3 In equtpmertts tt any ther, and comblutnR all the kte lrapruvnnenui, Uii tbe old muu well-ulc4 qtuOlUe O X TOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO TOI'ULAR. A Faithful Family Sewing Mtchlnc In every arnae of the wor.1 that nin nmwli snd doea eyerr d on of plain pr fancy sewlu xll'i inv- and wr.luly-sjr.n- and wc.l niaile. and s-i t boron lilr hUe tn na. for vrara In Thonaatids of Fn.l :l Hut i.,wh n....Mn- ..... i .. vt -T. IT: 'I ar yea-a, snd kept la order Irw, of cha,-. Mn. v Rtfnn led it once If not ner.-ecMv 6a lJ'ctoVy. lii ncran ct Paica Fab Dowx Biiow ali. otiucs MAnnisn K extras to pay Mr. Each Msortae Is ic- ounpuini u uion romiri wu 11 oi nuiuw aud Ufciui attjuli'ilenia t .r -II kfn-H of work (free of extra cbsivs) tl.an la !vte with ny other maohluo .( any pHc. The bla- Urd Machine hZ mor Jood oualltl a tua. th. ar of double the price L.oht axi. Ka'st MvsiJo! i? child an nil tt. "tTSSo ft SABia MTer out of .inter Kjpld and certain lu czKrurl n. No u.cIcmi t o, or t ms to wear cut or YL2Z?H??hi r?l-T'..i. ", "'IV "". and nnrtenw.id In an hour. Mak-a the Jl,lr.iik i ?' ,h,-5"a" '" mhrlc to leather, naea a rthort. Stralaht d.ae sod la Dolntor eonar'uctlon. trse it onm And vm epunty toio. T.or.leraiMl dcllrer ma. trine, r xtra at en. to ut nart of the world. PLACE, New York. caress, 6TA.VDAKD SKWlNti MACHINE CO.. BKO.VCWAV CLISTOJJ Why will you suiter with Dyspep sia and lirer complain, Constipation, and general debility when you can get at our store Shiloh's System Yiulizer, which we sell on a positive guarantea to cure you. Price 10 cts. aud 75 cts. For sale by J. W. Houghton. 11-16-ly TI1K 4. A. M, FITCH. Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low prices. The best bleached cotton at C34" CKoa ever offered at that price. Peerless " inpn ,i u 1. 1 u La. A very complete stock of ITlazx-aels Sc'Iing lower than ever. . . Cloths and Cassimeres In unusual variety ana quantity, which we can make up to order at prices that cannot fail to please ; consisting of Overcoatings um wuiunga mi men ana ennaren s wer. Also a very lanre assortment of T..fli. ClonkiDifs Hnd au uanuallv luro-n itni-t r T ) ... 1 r.l 1 . . . " ucujr-unuo vioucs irom Sw.ou upwards. fhe following :: Call and see it Oar winter stock of Heady-made Clothing Comprises a fine assortment of custom mnde ClothlD?, at prices so much below those previous to the war as to astonish any whose memory may extend back so long. a time. Also Uats, Caps, Gloves, Underwear and dents' i urnlshlng Uoods. Robes and horse Blankets very eheap In our purchases for our BOOT, SHOE and RUBBER department this season we have obtained a larger ai:d better selected stock of the newer styles than ever before. We have Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, also Men's and boys Boots and Shoes, which we can sell greatly below any former figures. In fact in all departments prices are more fav orable for the purchaser than have been known for years. The citizens of Wellington and vicinity will do well to look over our stock before purchasing- We will try to please all in showing goods aud making prices satisfac tory. to supply the rapid demand 1 DOLLARS! First-class Sewing Machine! Keliable STANDARD o SUPERIOR !! ! machine at any price. CD tbe Stitch at the Centennial. .w p-r descrip. y tested wan.Dted for w na.M Mw . . Uitucmcnla oHercd lierarvnirn. Teachm. Buala. aa li-Hyl TTTsSiSXAaN OXJT STBDTGSa U4Sj.r V-k i.-a,i larts-Uast W-Uura'4s.-tisi- Uy fti4LkAbl. fclftUW ant Vsr c:ijf. s-uuftitlrrliif tl.rfr r- l ! w4sIsa sstHssfsst I ft 1 Km WUI-rsi. J -ir.-..f V,i V .1st -lsrlsi4Mriftts- hMulL. lu! t,-sa..vM bltl Ml s.t WSUSSSX. 11 MMf TRA.B MAJIX kias Vml Mrlsasr. rtpgoirsj nn bat-awfn lc-i iim&i. sVv mui, I rBMle-ntBTk t V.t txsk luiaorti iuuji r. kiiumui t-a ft. u jpj OLD, TRIED, AXQ TRUE. PsopU an gottlns acquainted-and those who an not ought to be with th wonderful merits of that great American Remedy, the MEXICAN Mustang Liniment, FOB. KAN AUD BEAST. Thla liniment tbtt naturally originated la Ameri ca, where Nature provides In her laboratory such surprising antidotes -for tbe maladies of ber chil dren. Its fame baa been spreading for Si years. ODtll now It encircles tbe habitable globe. Tbe Itcxlcaa Ilustang liniment Is a matchless remedy for all external ailments of man and beaat. To stock owners and farmers It t3 Invaluable. A single bottle often saTcs a hnraan life or re stores th. usefulness of an axeeUent bone, ex, cow, or sheep. It cures foot-rat, hoof -all, hollow horn, grub, screw-worm, shoulder-rot, mange, the bites and Btlng of poisonous ptllea and Insects, and enry such drawback to at k breeding and bu&h hie. - It eures ererr external trouble of horses, snch . as lameness, scratches, swlnny, sprains, founder, wind gall, ring-bone, ctc etc. , . T MbtI-w t s the qnlckeat cars In th. world for accitlenta occurrtng la th. family, la the absence of a physician, such as burns, scalds, sprains, enta, etc and for rnenansr tlam, and sUSneu entrendered by exposure. Par ticularly valuable to Miners. It Is the cheapest remedy In the work, for It penetrates tbemnacl. to the bone, and a single application at generally anfndmt to cura. Ml l he ll If ustang Unlment la pnt up In tare, sixes of bottlM, the larger ones being proportion. TOTT'S ? A KOTED DIVINE SAYS tncy u worm THEIR WEICHT in COLD READ WHAT HE SATS; De. Tdtt : Dear Sir: For ten years I have been a martyr to Dyspepsia, Constipation and Piles. IjnstSprlngyourPillswererecommended tome; I used them (but with little faith). I am now a well man, have good appetite, diges tion perfect, regular stools, piles gone, and I have gained forty pounds solid Heeh. Tnerare worth their weight in gold. Ilsv. kTL BliiPsOX. tonisrnie. Ky. A TORPID LIVER is tbe frnitfal sonree of many diseases, snch aa -Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. Ccntiveness, Dysen tery, Bilious Fever, Ague and Fever, Jaundice, Plla,RBeinistlam4UdneyUomplalnt,Colicetc. ' TntfsPIUsexertapowerfnl Influence on the Liver tnd will with certainty relieve that Iropor tant organ Irom liisTTur. aud restore its noriual fuuctlons. The rapidity with which persons taVeon flesh, whilennderthetnfluenoeoJ these pIKs.of itself lndlcatM thr adaptability to nourish the hody, ' bence their efficacy In curing nervous debility, dyspepsia, wasting of the muscles, si uggishnen of tne 11 ver.ciironic constipuMoo. and uiiportln? beallh and strength to the aywem. CONSTIPATION. Only with regularity of the bnwelscan perfect health be enjoyed. When the constipation is of recent date, a single dose of 1 "JIT'S FILLS will suffice, bnt if it has become habitual, one 11 should be taken every night, cradoally leaaen g th. frcqatncT of Ut. doM nnta a rejrnlar dally movement is obtained, which will eoon follow. Sold Everywhere, 2S Onts, 077ICS. 85 KXTBEAT ST VEW TOJZS. The New Era COPEEE! Is made from choice White Winter Flint Wheat By Putnam's Patent Process of Prepar ing, Steaming-, Drying and Roasting, and is a perfectly pure article, free from any adulteration whatever. - IT IS A NERVE rOOO. It can be used by those who cannot use Imported Coffees, and contains vir tues and health-producing elementc not possessed by tea or coffee. Physicians uuiversally indorse it as a healthful table drink. A - prominent physician and surgeon of San Francis co, Ca)., writes us, "It is the Wonder of the Age!" . What the People Say of It. Havine used the New Era Coffee for the past year, I believe its general introduction will prove a permanent good. Li. JU. M. D. Dorchester, Bept. S3, 18J8. Havlniruscd It in my family for the -past year aud tested its excellent qualities, I be lieve it is a real sanitary boon to people gen erally. AFBEUC. GARRAXT. ic x. , S7Buylston St., Boston. I consider it a most heathful and nutrit ious beveriire and free from all tbe injurious effects of tea and coffee. EDWARD PAGE S3 Commonwealth Ar., Boston.atay 29, 'IS. For ten months I have drank the New Era Coffee. The palpitation of the heart which I have experienced from drinking Java Cof fee has entirely ceased. I think u excellent. N. W. STEAK. 290 Columbus Aye, Boston at sy Kb., ISI. I have used the New Bra Cono for ts past nine months, and so much - pleased wiUk it that I intend drinking it cooaUnllr. JOSEPH BANAKO, IX D. Neponset, July 16th, 187S. tor sale br w. W. ua't. Of a eon. of mv MKPICAL (TDtWH SKXSK BOOK, to any neroa unVH-a wtife with Cwawwaas Hon, AstLma, Catarrh, luva. httu. tax ut Vdlc ur Sore Throat. rend aaru. and port av. aUma. With two s eeni puaiasv ataatpa. aad aMtw your sick- ino. 187i. ) The lafvw tuatloa 11 ruaiaiiw, la ta rwv. TO. uotK lacta-sMiiy iitiMmwa. ii4 po. ia raencu oi wi- nae .'.- w-j ... i haj been trctinir dlMr uf ih. N-, 1 Idencti authtr Lanrv aa aapeil snvtiv. la t'lariaataii aav. TaruM ana Address, DR. N. R. WULTK. Onolaaatt. Ohio. OPIUM a MS)attll!'ICkaMat 1.1.1, a treeUil, carvS. ria iMa, H. rwlty. tMS akaai -elkllsantar. be Car Baa. aa s. cut at, csms ia. M -cV DO A. JSsX. I iT d oo catry that rastr looklnv mareiriwar Jv. whe yoa caa make It look Joat as well aa a new oou wiia BECK'S TEEUCH LS2SSI2TCr, BE0WXT3 SATIN POLISH? ' And m'lH the children's boots look so rusty and thaiby. when an Ivj-h awlto esn be given them by either of thnte Dremlnrs, which yea can Ct at any Shoo store. It will not soil th. skirts when wee Ia eonaeouenee of their Brent popularity, there smswveral Imitations. To keep peace in th family, rive your husband a box vl . . BROWN'S ARMY &HAYY BUCKING, tnat ne may Be on an equal foot! nr. Awarded the htghrat tmlmi and mAtU at the Paris Kxpoalilon. lifra. PI11UUS For Sal by Dt. 8. B. Emerson. 1 Is an internal and externa rem edy, for the cure of all diseases of a nerv ous nature, deriving its curative properties from a combination of the BEST MEDI CINES which medical skill and long ex perience in the treatment of diseases has decided to be the true remedies for snch complaints.. ... RHEUr.TATIt5rl NEURALGIA SCIATICA CAN BE CURED. flnnrniTlnntiinrrsirhi nisi in n ti.aiif Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Ague In Face, Nerv ous Headache, etc, have been entirely cored by the Curative, that we do not heal tat, to say It will cure every case if used as we direct. The cures performed has astonished the med . ical profession, as well as the patients them selves, wbo tn tasusy riiri ttsxl erlvesi ns sill liope of ewer fcelna eoretf. . , j The Curative Is put np In largw bottles for family use, and no family should be without It. For Barns, Senlda, Cat.. Wwwnda, Bleexliaia;. Tswtliatclae, EatraeBte, Bar. . Throat, Diphtheria, Catarrfa. Bowel f omiplaJaits,KldwrrCwsBdatBita,aatl i all Kervsa Ptae.ses. M is the - BEST REMEDY KNOWN. Po not suffer pain when you can be so easily cured. . ' . . Every Drasnrtst kecfMS It. ' '..'"" ran"aso av -. ; Lawson CLimical Co Clsvelaiid, Oi LARGE NEW SIZE,' 60 cento and $1.00. BOOKStVULLIOM i ? iflf tv WfHllock. covulMaj;. witn ikiaiir l I 'ijpoOtwi, the t!lowrtaf-r efaapren.- A l TOmpetMt Wor-oauxivoU, hCU"n v. i.vurin.ri sj irciui'y. irm prraftawftsi, eowpM and itarsMsaati- o'""11' wwotcu. cutar aua A'lvir-- to virca, Proriiuf -JH. in nuMA. Crl Tbw.gr atj - . wnwvBv nwiparra, .rrwrrara i a-rtit-s. Concrprlon. Con flunncnt, Lot aud Cuurts.(t, Iw-iiwnuts'laarriaKe. in nia) and leme'sj, Sciruc ui BcproductiuB. Sincle lit , conMlemi, Lav of Afamsj-T. Imw cf Divorce, LrfaT ritrhta of raarriatS womrtfi, etc.. iirdrali-tx DtmeC9 peculiar to women, their cause, and trcaiiitarnt. A book for pri-rata and cttuidernttrmtl nx of ODO asrra, vuk tullPiZ Ka gnvinca, bv tuail, aeai-J fr CO ceau. s.-Jv4Ihr1PriW,t9 WW,iW' AW," ' ' OB Vy-pl-Utt. QonorrutM. . iru tttrlotuve,Varoos!s1av Jru, ato on SpermattorhoM, Saztxal .DebiUt-r. and Ina potancy . from SelsbiMe and kLxce-. raaa-init SrntLnat raiMiona Nriuaii, Avrrsion to &o.:etyt Canruskkn off Ideaa, Ptirtiira' decay. WmwM of hi. I Mfrctive Memory. Low of Sexual Pown, -. nitkiti' lMtrriair lnpi-r w nnhappy, KiTirt iMtiwessU and a frrrmt nihay v'a" an.itw sas ttrc curs: VI sua Ilvaia. an it vtb av u cciis. r-Medioa) Adv;oe lanhood and Wornsuiiioo te BlM-i T hcsuisA wnlnma a . lectrn-a on Vanhood and WcanAood. 10 ean fit or all tHrce in one aiceir bfiuissl valtuam. Al. Tltarv asniala 600fMf-r and ovr Ilrcstntiona, embracinc ercrr. tliin oa tne pctwTatitrsj a-ntem that is worth knovior. and mwA that ia not put.iiAi.vd in anrotSe arark. Tha miss- btitfti voiiuuc is poait: veiy the best Popular laeical Book pub!tbd,"aud those ditnlislird sfier jtrn.njt caa hava eir money iwundWL Tive Author Is an expeTfencl Fhysictaa of many year prartica. (aa la -rail known,) and the adi-ice ien, and Ruhr fortmmient laid down, will be fwand of ftmtt Twiir to those amtfrrinr from imparities of the syctrm, early errara.loiK wttjar. or any rt the Bumn. ous truuli-cs cumuig iadcr ftia! bead of Priwmta or CThinjo" diacs. Sent in tingle ro':usns. or oa-"eta in ona, tor Price hi omnps, 8irrr or Cnrreacy. ICoasaH. Ution confidential, aud letters art pr-rxpilv ann trankiyi answrrrlfritfioat dwtrv.) AJdrraai Dr. Butts' D.ssetr ary, 13 8. 6th St., SC. Louis. Mo. tvtsBblishod 1M7. t-TT For julaby Now DsMloea. AGEHTSwrnirtad. CJ?IKTTrR irrrite- JI Prsoiiw n0erTnT from "V Hi til HL to s-etd turn titvir aanai-s and addt-cas, and hereby a-wuraa them that liw-y will learn af VWi-LVX.. Ts Preserrs sad Beaatrtj Yoar Homes Us GTJTTA FSSCHA PAHTT, . . THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED f forWood, Iron, Stone or Brick Structures, FOR INSIDE CR OUTSIDE WORK. Send for Sample Color apd Price Ljts (FREE) to GUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, 336 Euclid Avenut. Cleveland. Ohio. j xi31vl . For sale u.v Everett & Starr, ENOCH MORGAN'S S0?iSr AFOLIO, A Oak. tar SapcUak a bowl afwaarr m OTSS nciXTSO aa aaay aaS vark JA WliA rxITT aaJ aU ilrf an ILL CLKll Minrlr. gaaUU. Taalas mmt tl.laaij niu amvittianis, tuas,isiim,fc WIIX CUMS BATB TCBS, Tlask-Baakw, e wiu CLEia taocasat, rai 1 1 a WIIX CLXAI KtTCBKSCTESSILSaraaUaaW WILL tLUI aiSSOwS wlllat nilm lat cf was WtHrOUSgTI5,Biiwaairaaina CUJ, rOLtsa KXrccs ss vs. waak tkeav- EIlLroUSBaUaaUlSartataaaaa. r iUCUlI aBHiailkllilArtldai toils Brrrrs 15DCIUarMtaaars,asKi7,EUss Price ICc. Per Cake. Sti . I 33-5T AT 1 TITI 1 For sale y Dr. S. B. Emerson. S. CUrt St.,VhUs. I 111. aSfMialij, .11 ( rrlrau. Ctiak m4 k Irita afiruan. raraV 1 br aulL I oto7 r HurUs. Or. CmiiIus. rr.a.K F.aiale Diwa. .as Un'.l.- I efcofc. a vahaW. ia- MuhNd : a vwlta mt br mate, mt k rihhcr ipd,, sd E vMbl. laftmea. I hnnw. Rrlla- C si. rmL-rij s a it k. Prival! 1 1. aa xaivc - - wmm m PM wa r " 1 MMSi lalar- . j ab. a.v.r takn i ' , I saWhSW. a. raautr LadlM aariaa m-l a-Mraaa, Dr. a. S. . so 1 Kra WAatscTTA sn ij V a us-r itaa ukx . . f j-m B mt J I jtaMa.mr.ki.. 1 Ikraaa JaJSKPS""cf XU JS. SvWISiraj, g . .-wT iba.iw.-.WMiiK ii IPs 5-1 issnlsav. a isaWfO a' a usalaaa WaTaWn. ,iau.e rwaasi. .aMisi-tcl' waa lvsaana wastTSajaVaA I Is, Me. twrftUB tltr SlMCIx,' - saasVi lisT.laaveby Ctataxrh, IVcajed Teeth, IMl Saoraach, c, c k. liann aau) IkMkaM wfll SaS ' ' i(a K ttv MuawOtM rvart and a clear voice. t wwwrvaaawi v am kounr ana uia snoula , ww iow ; -nairv laant Isaacs and Slea. sM bw all BanasrwlaSB A Caafnrtionva. nlv Se. TR1X M'fa Ca, Rochester, N.Y. Tor sale ! lir. S. B. Emeison. lOI rUklim tor Boyaarxl Girla 11 . immd uun A Hit is )VKJTltjX Jns patantod lor thdsa. tir now. isw I rrv aim mwi rtawrur, XTTmiBit, rVrina. I;Uinc.Ori(liE.,Polihin2. V Sckw CurtiBC. Prw(5toAlL . , Ond Starar and aiilms V-rTHV WOTCX, VnwrU, Mart. . T1IE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY ! Gray"s Sricino Mkdicijts! ' rakOE fwtC. Is cspwiariyTHAOI JBK recoataieaa so aa aa nnfailinr . enra for sil WrABsrss, Hr aa Toa ansa. In poten cy, and all dis. easaa that ttrl- Before Takias anena. oa 'Self a . T.Vna. ' Atia : as 1oaa ' or Memory", TJnlvvrssl liaasituje. raln ia thi Back. Dimneacf vision, rrematnra uia.Age, ana many other diaeaae that led to insanity, Conanmvtion and a Pnmatnrs Grave, all of which as aTule are llrat eaosed by dsrlstlig; (rom the path of natal, sad over icdnlgmtee. Tbe Specifle Medicine!, the reaait of a life of study and many years of ex par lei eela trvaUna sues, siiwisi Bilaaaia. j s -.it Fdh rarMcalars in oar pamnklsBB srkach we d ; j sire U .and fre. Mr a4l te ey. .;., r f J J The At Mine Medicine Is sold by all Dmcrlsts at fl per package, or aix packages for $6, or will be sunt by mail on receipt ot the money by addressiac tufcunii sftuiuAlw., No. 10 Mechanics' Block, Drraoir, Mica. tWHo'l la Wellingtoa by Is. B. Kmersoa, sad all Drunriata every where. s r. 5 i-T: &ra33H mm L..ZLTIi-x'.-i sad, Biroof, mooo m vo., waoiessia as cms. ,i.vw. U ?