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Thartday, July 24, 1871.
J. W. HOUGHTON, X. H. HOUGHTON. XDITOBS. Republican County Convention. - The Republican electors of Lorain county ere requested to meet et the ntaei pieces of holding election In the several townships of ssid county, on Thursday evening, August 7, 1879, st 7:30 o'clock, to elect delegates to represent the sever" ml townships in s county convention, to be held st the court house in Eyrie, O., on t , SATURDAY'. AUGUST 9, 1S79, et 11 o'clock e. m. The object of ssid convention is to put In nomination can didstes for the following offices: One Representative. One Prosecuting Attorney. One Recorder. One Commissioner. One Infirmary Director. The severs! townships will each be en titled to two delegates, end one addition al delegate for each fifty votes (or frac tion f fifty votes over twenty-five) cast for Hilton Barnes for Secretary of State, at the last October election. Upon this basis the several townships will be en titled to representation in ssid conven tion as follows: . Amherst, 6 delegates; Henrietta, 4; Avon, 6; Huntington, 5; Black River, 0; LeGrange, ; Brighton, ; Fenfield, 5; Brownhelm, 4; Pittefleld, S; Camden, 5; Ridgevllle, 5; Carlisle, 4; Rochester, 6; Columbia, S: Russia, 18; Eaton, 6; Shef field, 4; Syria, 17; Wellington, 9; Graf ton, S. Total number of delegates, 131. A full attendance at the several can cotes is requested. . . . E. O. JoHXBOH, : . J. B. Clotjgh, Wk. A. Bbahav, 6. n. Robbiks, J. D. William, O. A. VasClkxf, J. B. Culxk. Lorain Co. Central Com. Eltbia, O, July 18, 1879. The editorial fraternity of the State, presented Mrs. Hack of Sandusky, wife of the president of the association, with an elegant diamond ring. It is affirmed that in the city of Cleve land not less than' two hundred honest end virtuous wives are now living, who have been abandoned by their husbands, left usually with children to support. The chief cause given is thst the desert' ers were issy, good-for-nothing brutes.' Mrs. barah ii. cooper, the corres ponding secretary of "The Woman's Union Mission of San Francisco to Chinese Women and Children," a lady eminently nseful and talented, is a cousin of Robert G. IngcrsoU, and laboring heart end soul and strength to build up the cause he is trying to tear down. ." " ' Col. W. H. Herrick of Wellington, Is the choice of the soldiers of Lorain coun ty for State Senator, and his name will be presented before the Republican Sen atorial Convention for nomination. . CoL Herrick was a gallant end able soldier, is a gentleman of fine legal and literary ap tainments, and would honor the District by his services In the Senate. Medina Gazette.'.....' The Methodist press, now-e-dsys, and almost universally their clergy, emphat ically denounce the1 practice of holding camp-meetings over the Sabbath; believ ing it Invites to a fearful amount of Sab bath breaking, and desecration of the Lord's day; demoralizes the regular Sun day service of churches for miles around end provokes ; an exodus of idle masses from adjacent towns end cities, r who go to eamp-meeting,: not te worship or to be profited, but from motives of curiosi ty and pleasure -seeking as they, would go on any . other excursion. Scores of people who would not think they could keep awake on a sultry Sabbath to heir a good sermon in a country church et home, will brave the heat and dust and testing and discomfort of hanging on the outskirts, or suffocating in the denseness of the crowd at a camp-meeting. They can endure a great deal .of any thing un common. ' Some very excellent people have not outlived the notion that where there ; is. ranch, noise and shoutingand gathering together and commotion, there is a corresponding amount of heavenly fire and of religion, forgetting that much of this elation of spirit oomee from nat ural excitement and not necessarily from the Hoiy Ghost., We hope that the reg ular Sunday services next Sabbath of towns hereabout will not be greatly in terfered with by the camp-meeting at Oberlin. : .'. Having given oar delinquent subscrib ers a long period of rest from "dun a," we return once more to the "charge," assuring them that the necessities of business compel us to invite them to ex amine the date after their names, on .the margin of this paper and if it indicates a point of time more ancient than July 23d, 1879, to. consider themselves in debt to the printer, and hasten to wipe it out by depositing in our empty money draw er one dollar and. fifty cents that our s anxiety and distress about the necessary amount of filthy lucre to meet our finan cial obligations may be removed, their consciencees aet at rest ' and they be able to sleep the sleep of the innocent and JutC We assure them that it gives !"w great ting"1 of soul to disturb theli peaoeful complacency by referring to this unwelcome subject, bui It Is money that we need, and some money or some wheat we must have Now dont all come at once and rush around our- desk " like an impatient crowd at the pigeon hole of the ticket wagon of a circus, bat - drop in on us gently. Come early; tome often, and. stand not on the order, of your coming, and you wQl find us with ' hat off, beaming with smiles more and more as the dollars roll in. ; We are sure none will wish to miss the pleasure .or the reward of good deeds well dene, and oawtnteg wttain us makes us xeei that , yen will not, but but we would give a small sum to he sure of K. nut we win not doubt. Still ft somehow seems as though our faith would be stronger after we get the money. irye seer Trie Canvass. We Lave tosay for the "soldiers' can didate" for State Senator, Col. Herrick, that he has always been a firm advocate of Republican principles. This ques tion now before the public of "Nation al Supremacy vs. States Sovereignty," wss fought by him at the ballot box, years before he drew bis sword In Its decision upon the tented field, hsving been a Republican from his earliest manhood, never having voted a Demo cratic ticket In his life. He has served two terms in the lower House of the General Assembly of Ohio, first In the session of 1834-65 and again in 1SC0-61, each time discharging the duties of his position with credit to himself and honor to the county. He went into the army in August IStil.snd wss lion orably discharged in November 1864, with bis Regiment, the 43d O. V. I. He wss on many of the battle fields of Missouri, Tennesce, Kentucky, Missis sippi, Alabama and Georgia, and was twice brevetted for gallant conduct on the field. And here it may well be re marked, that every good soldier's rec ord In the war, is, as his honor, sscred, and no man should gainsay it or call it in question, unless he can substantiate by facts, the assertions which he mskes. Let It be remembered by all, that no Representative in Congress, or in the Legislature from Lorain County, dur ing or since the war, has ever been con nected with the army ; and wbiio we heartily endorse our present Repre sentatives and shall gladly assist in tbeir re-election, we believe there would be less legislation of the kir.d of which "The Soldiers' Orpheus Bill" 1 an example, If there were more men among our law makers who themselves had experienced the realities of the strife. Two Years of Democratic Gov ernment in Ohio. Two years of Democratic control of the Executive and Legislative Depart ments of our State Government have been nearly completed. It is the duty of the people to examine the character and capacity of this administration, be fore xlvtnjr it a new lease of life. If anythlug good has been accomplished, It has been so overshadowed by notori ous greed for office and measures ma tured for merely, partisan gain that it ought to be forgotten. There has been no reduction in state taxes, and- the local laws of 1878 and 1879 authorize an Increase of local tax a lion and Indebtedness of nearly one and one-half millions of dollars. In 1878, the business performed by the new Governor with the most alac rity and the greatest vigor, was to search the State Capitol from garret to basement for officials who hsd faithful ly performed their duties for yean This search was continued throughout the State, wherever It was thought pos sible to stow away a htfngry Democrat. As soon as these officials were found, they were decapitated, and their places given to men who had no knowledge of the duties to be performed, and In many instances, no capacity to acquire such knowledge. Not even the battle-scarred veteran. who guarded the most sacred trophies of Ohio valor the flags borne by her regiments during the wsr and the one-armed man who guided the visit ors through the State nouse, were pared. The officers controlling Exec. utive Department of the Government did all, in their power, to convert it Into mere party machinery. What was true of the Executive was true In a still greater degree of the Leg islative branch. The first session of this General Assembly (1878) was the longest ever known In the history of the State, and it is estimated that at least fifty eight days were consumed in the con sideration of purely partisan legisla tion. The samo spirit prevailed at its second session, and the people can com fort themselves with the assurance, that about seventy-five days of this Democratic General Assembly and sev enty-five thousand dollars of their money were spent for part purposes. The Penal. Reformatory and Be nevolent Institutions. The penal, tho reformatory and the benevolent institutions were seised no on by the Sixty-third General Assembly as legitimate prey for partisan purpos es. All or these Institutions have been elected at a great expense by the peo ple of the State for the protection of the public, the reformation of the Immoral, and the eire and improvement of the orphans, the blind, the deaf mutes, the imbecile youth and the Insane. In this direction millions of dollars have been spent during the last twenty five years. Our magnificent asylums and reformatoiy institutions bsve Just ly been a source of great pride to our people and monuments to their wisdom and benevolence. Their proper man agement require that all of theso insti tutions shall be governed by and have for their officers people, who are pecu liarly qualified, by long experience and patient study, for the discharge of the duties Imposed upon them. These Institutions, to all who are not made mad by partisan zeal, are too sa cred to be converted into asylums for Impecunious party spoilsmen. The poor, the weak and the helpless in mates ought not to be deprived of their tried and trusted guardians for the pur pose of making room for the place-seek. ers of any party. To do so would be an outrage deserving of the severest condemnation of benevolent people. Yet this was the work first entered up on by the Sixty-third General Asaem bly at its first session, and most eagerly followed by Its members. In the early months of 1878, the Ath ens, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton and Loagview Asylums for the Insane, the Ohio Penitentiary, the Reform School for Boys, the Girls' Industrial Home, the Asylums for the blind, far the deaf and dumb aud for imbecile youth, and the Home for soldiers and sailors' orphans were all reorganised. It was provided that all the old, tried and true attendants might be turned off. In moit cases they were dismissed and In their places came a swarm of ward politicians from the Democratic party, who knew no more of the duties they were appointed to discbarge than would a band of wild Indians. ' Amona the many good people, of whose almost Invaluable services the State was deprived by these partisan acts, were Dr. Gundry, the Superin tendent of the Columbus Asylum and Mr. Geo. E. Howe, the Superintendent of the Reform School for Boys. Each had had many years of experience, and each had peeuliar fitness for the posi tion he occupied, but the greed of the Democratic Legislature would not per mit Ohio to have the benefit of even their services. They must and did go. The Democratic State of Maryland Immediately recognised the prize which Ohio bad rejected In Dr. Gundry, and called blm to her assistance; and what Maryland did In the case of Dr. Gun dry, the Democratic State of Connecti cut did In the case of Mr. Howe. The officials of these States having In view public and not merely party gain, celled the deposed superintendents to their aid, and placed them in charge of their Institutions of like character. What has been the result of this wick e! policy f Scandals and mismanage ment have already grown up about some of these institutions, which have brought shame upon the State. Within - a few months after his appointment, the man having In charge the morals and education ot the soldiers' and sail ors' orphans was driven from office by the Indignation of a good people on ac count of his scandalous misconduct. The warden of the Ohio Penitentiary, and the favorite of the Governor, in less than one year, by his incompeten cy, so demoralized the whole Institu tlon, that a second reorganization took place. Tlio new superintendents of the Athens Asylum for Insane and the Boys Reform School, have also been retired to private life in disgrace. Not only have many of our institutions un der their new management been inefii clent, but they have been an actual dia- erace. A few of the new Boards of Trustees, appointed under the reorga nization schemes, refused to obey the commands of the Gencrsl Assembly, which has elected them, and refused to do their dirty work. As the result of this manliness on the part of these trus tees, the old and tried superintendents of the Asylum for the Blind, the Asy lum for Deaf Mutes, the Asylum for Imbecile Youth and the Girls' Industri al Home, have been retained. About these institutions everything has gone along quietly and in good order, while confusion and inefficiency have reigned about those institutions wherein Demo cratic reorganization was fully accom plished. coMJfrjyiCATioys. FENFIELD. Quarterly meeting at the M. E. Church next Friday and Sabbath. Elder Mather will preach Friday morning and Sabbath evening. Rev. McCartnev of Chatham, will deliver a free lecture Saturday even ing, subject, "True Progress of Human ity," and will also"preach Sabbath morn in. Mrs. Dr. Palmer has opened a mllli nery and dress making establishment in P. C. Bunt's room, formerly occupied as a shoe shop. Mrs. Walter Smith is seriously 111 Dr. McClaren in attendance. M. CLARKSFIELD. July 16, 1879. Our respected citizen, L. B. Wansor, was found by his son hanging to a tree at three o'clock a. m-, Wednesdsy morn ing. Deceased has been ailing for some time, and financial affairs, together with family troubles, is supposed to be the cause for his doing such a rash act. Mr. Wansor has been a respected citizen iere for a number of years and accumulated quite a little wealth by hard and diligent labor as a farmer. Lately he was com pelled by sickness to let his sons manage the farm, and everything went wrong with them, making Mr. Wansor a great deal of trouble. Miron Rogers, J. P., called a jury and three witnesses were examined. No light was gained except that Mr. Wansor came to his death by his own hand. ' Funeral at H. E. Church, Thursday, at eleven o'clock, a. m. Henry Hayes is quite sick, but not se riously. Our genial friend, Willis Rowley, is visiting friends here. Funs. PITTSFIELD. Jolt 21, 1879. Died on the 19th Inst., in Russia Township, Mrs. Eliza Coulson, aged 53 years. The remains were brought ti Pittsfield on Sunday for Interment. A. W. Lake, who has been seriously ill, is convalescent. Ira E. Whitney, who had his leg broken some weeks ago, is so much better as to be able to ride out. Last evening the ladies of the Wom an's Foreign Missionary Society held their annual meeting in the M. E. Church. The exercises consisted of Scripture reading, essays, letters, fcc, Interspersed with song. A very atten tive audience listened to some good reading, which (that is the reading) almost ranks with some other of the lost arts. Harvest Is progressing lavorally. Host of the wheat is secured in good order. Wheat that has been threshed yields well; 20 to 30 bushels to the acre. Oats are doing well, and if no storm comes to break them down, there will be a good crop. Corn Is making haste to catch up. and the weather is just right for It to do so. I expect our farmers will feel a little better than .they did last fall, for though crops were good then, there wero more cows, and consequently not so much ground in grain. I hope they will learn not to have all their eggs in one basket. 1 M, ELYRIA. - Joxt 21,1879. Judge ' riale and wife have gone East to spend the Summer. Rev. George Mather, of Wellington, preached at the H. E. Church last evening. . Edwin Worthington and lady left for Europe to-day, and W. L. Fay, Esq, leaves early In August. Our band Is to have a new uniform very soon. It will cost about $800. 00 complete, and will be the iluest ever owned by a band In Lorain County. They will attend the lawn fete given by the Oberlin band this week. The new grain elevator of Clark & Samosel Is uovr completed, and Is ready to receive grain. It is furnished with ail modern improvements and will no doubt supply a long needed want in this locality. The damage of the late rains wss not as great to crops as was atHrst supposed. The lightning, .however, did a good deal of damage iu a number of Instances. On Friday ot this week the contract for the new court house will be let, provided that any of the numerous bids come within the specified sum. A number of contractors are in town now from different parts of the coun try, and more will be here on that day. It promises to be a day of much inter est to the county. Bids have been received for the erection of the new M. E. Church, but the contract has not been let yet. The new gas with which our town Is now lighted, gives universal satisfac tion. The water works will be completed esrly In the Fall. Work is advancing yery rapidly upon them. Mr. Geo. P. Metcalf, our efficient Prosecuting Attorney, returned from lit. Clemens, Mich., last week, and is very much improved in health. Fie has finally consented to let his name be used again as a candidate for re election. He has nearly the solid vote of his many Republican friends In this section, and will no doubt be nomiui ted on the first ballot. If any one will take the paliis to examine the nourt record, it will be seen that he has paid a large sum of money Into the county treatury, and that all of his official business compares well with any of his predecessors. A. W. N. SULLIVAN. July 21, 1879. We read tho communication written by Mr. Eb. Cornet last week and will proceed to show that young gentleman where he is in error. He says I said that our band voted to go to West Salem on the Fourth, which is a mistake. said thev decided to go, and if they did not. why did tbeir leader, Mr. C. E. In graham, enter their name on the list at west Salem, which I can certify he did. Perhaps he did It without asking permis sion of Mr. Eb. He saya I insinuated last fall that their drivers were drunk when they returned from Wellington Here he shows his ignorance of nautical phrases. I said they ought not to carry too many sheets in the wind when they didn't know their latitude; meaning that they should not drive too fast when they could not see where they were going. 1 care not how he may misconstrue wbat I said; this is the only real meaning the phrase has. With regard to my judg ment of band music, I know I am not the best judge in the world. We have only two or three good judges of music of any kind in our town and they all plav Ebs. And now I repeat the asser tion I made before, that all our band needs is a little more starch In their up per lips, for they could have taken prize at West Salem if they had tried. and not as their leader remarked to gentleman in West Salem, been afraid of the S . well we wont name the band, for it would make thsm feel good to know the Sullivan band was afraid of them. His communication was so de cidedly flat that he should have signed it -"He Flat" instead of Haying is almost over and the oat crop will soon be ready for the harvest ers. Prof. Wilson is in town. He will probably give us some music before he leaves. Mr. Milton Cammings h ad the top of his covered buggy nearly rained by the telegraph wire falling on it while crossing the A. & Q. W. K. K. at folk a snort time ago. It caught a young man who was with him, around the waist, tearing his clothes and hurting him somewhat. It might have resulted faulty If they had not succeeded iu stopping the I orse Immediately. Old Solomon THE GENUINE DR. C. McXANE'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 tunes 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, &c 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 tapable of doing the slightest injury to tie most tender infant. . The genuine Dr. McLane's Ver mifuge bears the signatures of C. Mo Lane and Fleming Bros, on the wtapper. :o: DR. C. MoT. A "NX'S LIVER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy " for all the ills that flesh is heir to," bat in affections of the liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dyspepsia and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used preparatory to, or after taking Quinine. As a simple purgative they are unequal ed. BEWABE OF IMITATIONS. The cenaine are never sarar coated. Each box has a red was seal on the lid with the impression D. McLane's Lives Pills. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C McLane ami Fleming Bros. Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C Mc I-ANE s I. !VF.lt TILLS, prepareu by rleraing Bros., of Pittsburgh. Pa., the market beine full of imitations of the name JUeLttnet spelled dillereniiy out same pronunciation. Sale Bills Civs us a ealL printed at this oflice on short notice and on most reasonable terms. Baldwin, Laundon, $S CO.'S. We 'are now receiving a complete stock of XR,Y GOODS, in all departments, which will be sold at bottom prices. "We call Special attention to our BLACK SILKS AT l.OO, 1.25.and 1.40. Also Striped and Checked Silks in all qualities, at low prices. The largest Stock of Caxpets aad Oil Clotlis ever offered in this section. Good Yard Wide . Floor Oil Cloth 22 cents. Bate Crocuet Qallt. $1 .OO . reerless Carpet Warp 1G cts. per pound. Madras and Pongee Gingham 12 12 cents. A Very Large Stock of Sress Goods. Striped and Checked Pique, at 8 cents. A Very Large Stock of f From Cneap to Good. A large line Umbrellas very Cheap. Baldwin, Laundon & Co. THE "DIAMOND" Custom Tb.e Best S&own to tlie trade. Utica IT. Y. Mills, or Wamsutta 2400 Linen, $25.00 a " If unlaundried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen. The "Diamond" is the leading and does the bulk of the custom eastern cities. We furnish a nicer shirt and ironi d.UU to $5.00 per dozen cheaper than the small factories and guarantee nerfect fit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York Clothing House. J- "W- "Wilbur's Clieese Factory -AND- DAIRY HOUSE HEAD-QUARTERS! -FOR- CJieese Vats, Curd Drainers, Milk Cans, Llanchard Churns, Testing Instruments, Thermometers, Cheese Tryers, Curd Knives, Curd Pails, Butter Workers, Iron Clad Milk Pails, Fairbanks Standard Scales, Everything that pertains to the manufacture of cheese and butter furnished at the lowest prices. Opposite the American House, Wellington. Pallliei D. D. S. Successor to Dr. J. J. Stedman. Especial attention given to the Preservation of tiie natural Teetli By filling and cleaning. AJR.TIFICIALTEETH Inserted npon all the various hases . . known to the profession. - fStTALL WORK WARRANTED OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING. NEW LIVERY STABLE. Having purchased the large Wareroom formerly owned by T. Doland, and fitted it up for a Livery Stable and furnished it with first-class rigs, all new, I am prepared to meet every want of the public in my line. (Jood teams furnished at all hours and at reasonable rates. P.C.THOMAS. vm fnri xti rpnta m one cent jiumna f.. flns Milva'r Pl&LaMs Thim ble, retail price 25 cents, and learn bun. Only those wbo mean business need apply. A. T. BUCK CO.. Milton. Pa. now 10 maxe iw a year. cv bum- FRANK H. CHURCHILL, PRACTICAL PIANO TUNER. Oberlin, - Ohio, Pianos and Organs Repaired. All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction. TESTIMONIALS. This is to certify thst we, the under signed, have employed Mr. F. Chur chill as a Tuner and Repairer, and that the work for us has given entire satis faction. Trof. Rice, Prof. Wright, Prof. Cady, Prof. Severance. Prof. Davis. Prof. Blakeslee, ' Prof. Sweet. t3y Orders left with J. W. Houghton will receive prompt attention. . ' 37-tf Shirts! Price per Doz. 2100 " 23.00 2000 " 20.00 1900 " 17.00 shirt company of AmericrtjJ work in New York and other A. M. FITCH. Ayer's Sarsaparilla For Scrofula, and all 8croulotisdiseasesErv- sipelos, Rose or St. Ali mony's .tire, jrnpuons and Eruptive diseases of the skin. Ulcerations of the liver, Stomach, pies, lustuies, xsoiis, Blotches, Tumors, Tet ter, Salt Rheum, Scald Bead, ltingworm, Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, ain in the Bones, Side and Head, X emaie w eaK- ness, Sterility, Lieucorrhoea, arising from internal ulceration, and uterine disease. Syphilitic and Mercurial dis eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emacia tion, General Debility, and for Puri fying the Blood. This Sarsaparilla is a combination of vegetable alteratives Stillingia,Man- tlrake, Yellow Dock row the Iodides of Potassium and Iron, and is the most efficacious medicine yet known for the diseases it is intended to cure. Its ingredients are so skilfully combined that the full alterative effect of each is assured, and while it is so mild as to be harmless even to children, it is still so effectual as to nurse out from the system those impurities and corruptions which develop into loathsome disease. The reputation it enjoys is derived from its cures, and the confidence which prominent physicians all over the country repose in it proves their experience 01 lis useiiuuess. Certificates attesting its virtues have accumulated, and are con stantly being received, and as many of these cases are publicly known, they iurnisn convincing evidence oi the superiority of this Sarsaparilla over every other alterative medicine. 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In this admirable rssav. clearly demoiutralea. from a thirty year.' .uccessf ul nH..ti h.t th. !rattnv mnaeo aences of self- abnse may be radically cured wltuont tUe dang-ci-oas nee ox internal ntcuiciuv wr wd .ii)uhiuu knife: putntlDjc out a mode of care at oace simple, certain and elfcctnal. by means of which every sufferer, no matter what bis condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically. g IMs Lecture will prove a boon to thousands auu Mwua.au.. Sent nndrr seal. In a plain envelope, to any address, post paid, on receipt of six cent or 3 poatuge stamps. Address the Publishers, The Culverwell Helical Co., 41 Ann St.. New York. P. O- Box 4586. FZSS CZ3TT. Of a copy of my MKDICATj COMMOIT SEXSE BOOK to any person safferlnz with Consumption. AithmL ratarrh. nraachliia. Eoss Of Voice or Sore Thm.1 R.nil n.vna and nnal office address. With two three-cent postage stamps and state your sickness. The hnf.lr la elt.ffnntlv Illustrated. (144 00. Unto. lrtTft). The information It contains. In the providence of God, tass saved many Uvea. The author lias been treating diseases of the Nose. Throat, and Lungs as a special practice In Cincinnati since 1867. Address DR. K. B. WOLFS, Cincinnati. Ohio. Calcined 2agxxsia. Four FIRST PREMIUM MEDALS awarded. More agreeable to the taste and smaller dose than other Magnesia. For aale in government stamped bottles, at dnigRtsla ana country stores, ana vy T. J. HUSBAND. Jr.. PhHadjslpr.ia NEW MEAT MARKET. WE hive opened a New Meat Market on Liberty Street, 2nd door west of the Bank, where wo propose to keep all kinds of cut meats of a better quality than has beietofore been sold in WelliDgtcn. We have a tew patent cooler and all the appU- r- . firat .Iu market business. SUVtS IVl UIMU m Our prices will bo no higher than others charce lor mlerior meaia. MOREHOUSE & MINER. S. Cbu SL.Ckicato. I 111. fcyBjpietaUr. all I Prirw. 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Canttsl required; we will ttart yon. Men, women, nova, air's, make money faster at wnrhr for na than al ADV- tnln else. The work Is light and pleasant, and snrh as any one can go rlgnt at. Those who are wise who see this notice will send as their addresses at race andseeforthemse'Tes. Costly Outfit and terms free. Now la the time. Those already at work are laying up larire sums ot money. Address TBU CO.. Augusta, Maine. 87 J CI H. I. HELM-BOLD'S COMPOUND Fluid Extract B XT O H XJ. PHARMACEUTICAL. A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR all . i 1 DISEASES or titb . Bladder i Kidneys For Dehility, Loss of Memory. In disposition to Exertion or Business. Shortness of Breath, Troubled with 1 noughts of Disease, Dimness pf Vis- Ion, Pain In the Back,' Chest,'-and Head, Bush of Blood to the Heart. Pala I Countenance and Dry Skin. If these ejmptoms are allowed to eo on, very frequently Epileptic Fits ;and Consumption follow. When the con stitution becomes affected it requires the aid of an invigorating medicine to strengthen and tone up the system wmcn "HELMBOLD'S BUCHTF Does in Every Case. k I HELMBOLD'S BUCHU IS TTXTEQTT.A.Ii.EID "A- By any remedy known. It is prescribed the most eminent physicians all over the world, In : ' ... -' Rheumatism, . Spermatorrhoea, Neuralgia, Nervousness, Dyspepsia. lDdigre8tlon, Cocstipatiou. Aches and Pains, Female Complaints. Nervous fjomptatuts, Spinal Diseases, . Sciatica, Deafness, , ; Decline. ' Lumbago, i . Catarrh. ,i- General 111 Health, General Debility Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint, , -Nervous Debility, I . Epilepsy, Head Troubles, Parrlysls &c &o &c. Headache, Pain In 'the Shoulders, Cough, . Dizziness, Sour . Stomach, Eruptions, Bad Taste In the Mouth, Palpitation of the Heart, Pain In the region of the Kidneys, and a thousand other painful symptoms, are the off sprinz of Dyspepsia. .. ,-:- J Uelmbold's Bacliu Invigorates the Stomach, And stimulates the torpid Liver, Bow els, and Kidneys to healthy action, in cleansing the blood of alt impurities, and imparting new life and vigor to the whole'system. A single trial will be quite sufficient to convince the most hesitating of its valuable remedial qualities. . - ? -T. ,.. :,:. ih Price $1 per Bottle, Gr Six Bottler jor h. ' -J'l U Ll. i i - : '. Delivered to any address free, from observation. ' -: -; ''!vs '.'Patieuts" may consult by letter, re ceiving the same attention as by csll- Competent Physicians attend to cor respondents. All lettersshonld be ad dressed to, V i : . ' '. r H. T. IIGLMBOLD ' v; . Druggist and Ohemist : ThUadelphia, Pa. CAUTION! ' ..i.i :- ' - i f See that the private Proprieta ry Stamp is on .each Bottle. 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