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Thursday, August 21, 187 J.
J.W. HOUGHTON, M.H.HOUGHTOJT, XDITOBS. We uk oar reader not to f mil to ex amine the article on oar first page on the subject of life insurance. We hare given some short extracts from the Okolona (Miss.) Stales, and in tended to accompany Uem with an arti cle on kindred topics, bat sickness pre vented. We shall. have something on this subject in future. The plans we had made for publishing this week the beat as well as the largest edition of the btbbfri8K ever issued from this office, were frustrated by the Illness of both editors. Any insecure cies of short comings msy be referred to this unforeseen emergency. Nellie Grant Bartoiia, the toreable and lovely girl who went from the White House a bride five years ago, and except one Tirit home, has since resided in Eng land, died last Friday. The whole civ ilized world will feel a thrill of sympathy for the bereaved tx-President and f ami ily. The theory has been advanced that the excessive and wide-spread use of ice water and of iced drinks in this country, has alarmingly increased the occurrence of Brighl's disease. It is said that we use 00 per cent, more ice than is con sumed by any other nation; that indeed travelers observe everywhere else a prej udice against it. ' Gov. St. John ssys that 7,000 colored refugees have so far been absorbed into the population of Kansas and, with the exception of about 100 sick and disabled ones,' all are now self-supporting. It is anticipated that as soon as the quara tine regulations are removed many thousands more will pour into that and adjoining states. The Tuseumbia (Ala.) Democrat says: "We notice that the negroes all over the South are planning for an exodus on a large scale this Fail." . . Country School Houses. One need not drive more than five miles in any direction to see examples of the country school house. It is usually built with reference to the generally accepted theory that it is to be occupied by dangerous savages-. adjacent orchards and meadows being quarantined against the nuisance by as high and strong fences as can be afford ed where wood sells In market at $1.50 a cord. We noticed one last week, not a long drive from Wellington, that will des " cribe many others. It wss fenced out into the street, as usual, fronting the heats of the southern sky, and curtain less windows, destitute also of blinds. were liberally Inserted on every side, ex cept where any comfort could be got from having a broad opening at all, that is from the north. ' Not tree or shrub of any kind was near, save a stunted and mutilated young elm that bore evidence of having furnished switches instead of shade, and was not likely to be undis turbed long enough to minister to any higher necessities.' The extreme height of the posts of that school house could not have been over seven and a hUf feet, so that the attic -fitted as snugly to the childrens heads as any inventor of penance and dunce caps could desire. A weedy, des olate common stretched to the dusty road, and In house or grounds there was not one thing to attract child or teacher, or make it even a decently comfortable place in which to spend six hours a day. Host of us can remember what the inside of these school houses are like stove rusty and decrepid, desks cut, ink-blot, ted and marred benches without backs and built without reference to any phys ical proportions or requirements of rest less and sociable childhood . Who that ever tried it can forget the "inelastic" quality of those benches or the persistency with which the sun inarched around and threw a blinding and scorching broadside into books and faces. How recent seemed the smudge of sweeping, and as for a dust brush, who ever saw one la a red frame school house by the country tighwsy. The taste of the water from the rusty cup and musty wooden backet by the door could one ever forget that Vf and Vf mixture of luke-warm pungency and flatness f Considering the benches it seems less strange that 'twas counted a privilege to be allowed to go with some other boy or girl for a pail of water a quarter of a mile away; and it Is no wonder that they made rude pictures on the walls and resorted to wood-carving on seats and desks as a slight outlet for repressed activity. The clearing of the land was much - too thoroughly done when not a grove wss spared in each school district with which to shelter a school room for Its children. It wss long ago conceded that cattle and other animals do better if provision be made for them to find the thade la the heat of the day, and the ignorance should not la Ohio be so dense as to presume that either teacher or children could do well la an unsheltered shanty like the one we saw occupied by a school last week. But that the world moves Is proven by the fact of aa advancing civilization as exhibited in another school house: ' that la the Mason and Clifford district, west and south of Wellington , village. The attempt to preserve young shade trees had been as great a failure there as else where until one man in the district in vited the school boys to help set out some that he gave them, aad see that no oth er boy ever molested them or diverted them to other uses. . Twenty-eight beau tiful elms aad maples were thus not only allowed but helped to grow, aad stand aa a monument to the taste, self-respect aad good behavior of that school. The house has space sufficient, and above all, is of good height. Is neatly painted, has slat blinds in good con di ttos, wood-house In the rear and modern conveniences inside, such as stationery black-board, globe, good pictures, clos ets, seats aad desks similar to those of the well furnished school buildings in town. , There are no blemishes or evi dences of lawlessness on the part of nr. ruly scholars, aad the habits, manners, and mcrals of the pupils must be favora bly influenced by such pleasant Tsui roundings. -. J; '. The best teachers will not apply for the school in districts affording such a building as we first described, and tte best teachers will be secured by the dis trict who build houses like that we have commended, reasoning upon the general principles of affinities. We do not know who teaches in either of these houacs. "BY THEIR FRUITS YE SHALL KNOW THEM." An Institution to Patronise. It wss my pleasure to call at the (nice of the Citizens' Mutual Belief Associa tion last work and to take a peep luto its manner of doing business. This As sociation is now in its sixth year of sue cessful business. Das paid the heirs of deceased members over 10,000, and maintains the utmost confided ce of the people by Its honest and efficient man sgement. It is our candid opinion, based on a close examination of the principles of the Association, that as a Belief Association, aiding and protect ing dependent ones, it is far In advance of any other Association or Life Iusur- snce Company. It is eminently an In stitution orgsnlzed In the interests of the members and as such we confident ly commend it to the rich and the poor. No system of life Insurance has ever given me more satisfaction thsn this. One of the mostcoinmendable features in tills Association is the district sys tem, removing the great ob) ection of be ing classed with parties scattered over the whole United States. No other Association or Society does this, and when we take Into consideration that 1400,000 was paid by the Knights of Honor alone for death losses caused by yellow fever last year, asy nothing of what other Associations paid that do a general business over the entire country, we see since the yellow fever is again rampant the equity and advantage of this feature, that is found only In this best of Associations. ' It Is In fact a home Institution to each district and Is directly under the supervision of the members themselves. It is an Asroc-Ia tion of which Wellington is justly proud aud maintains the highest con 11 dence by its able and honored manage ment. I give below some of the as- knowledgmeuts of the more recent losses nald by this Association, and can but commend the Citizens' Mutual Re lief Association to all. Cuyahoga Distbict. $2,000 received cf the Citizens' Mutual Keller Association or ellineton, Ohio, per Seth Williams, District Agent, the sum of two thousand dollars in full of membership upon life of my husbaud, J. Jr. bainpbon. Mas. Sanaa J. Sampson. Clkvklaxd. O., June 13, 1379. Mr. Seth Williams, District Agent, 318 Superior St., Cleveland, u. Dba Sib: I desire to txpress tnrougn fyou to your Association my sincere tbanks and appreciation for the prompt and timely payment of the above amount on tne deatb or my son. I can most heartily recommend all par tie interested and desiring the best, most reliable acd least cosily lire insur ance io call upon you and inrestige the superior advantage onerca uy your Association. July 30, we found the AssocUtiou had also given check of $2,000, paysble to Mrs. Mary A. Deckand, wife of John H. Deckand, deceased, a member of Cuyahoga District, "A" Division. Division "B" of Cuyahoga, which was started July 1st, 1S7S, has as shown by the books, 1,030 members, now with out a single loss. A remarkable fact, but shows how lively and carefully busi ness Is done by the C. M. R- A. Lokaix Distbict. Wbxuhqtox, O., July 1G, 1879. Received of Citizens' Mutual Relief Association of Ohio, by the hand af W. R. Wean, Sec, two thousand dollars, ($2,000) amount due In full for death of John R. Sigswortb, as named herein. All obligations created by his cerun- cate are hereby canceled and discharged. .km ily 1. sioswobth. Sandusky Distbict. Vsjuulliov, O., July 28, 1879. Received of Citizens' Mutual Relief Association of Ohio, by the hand of YV. R. Wean, Sec., thirteen hundred and seventy dollars, ($1,370) amount in full for death of E. Sturdevant, as named herein. All obligations created by this certificate are hereby caucled aud dis charged. 11 A BR I KT .01. STUBDAVAXT. Scioirr Distbict. The following shows the dispatch with which business is done when the beneficiary is In immediate want of the indemnity: Ephralm Erdly of Akron, Summit DUtrlct. died July 21st, 1S7. Proof of death received and filed Auzust Gth. and on August 14th, the Association paid Cathcriuc Erdly, widow or de ceased, the sum of $1,123, amount due on certificate in that district, at that date. At the time I called I was shown the new business for month of August, showing tiat 200 applications had been received from August 1st to August ltftta. To all who desire the cheapest and safest insurance, I can most heartily and sincerely commend the Citizens' Mutual Relief Association of Welling ton, Ohio. UNMASKED. Plain Dealings with the Plain- dealer. The Okolona States Is one of the paid instrumentalities of the Republicsn party. Cleveland (O.) Dally Plaiadeal er. It is useless and worse than useless to bear and forbear with the quack Yan- keedom. "One of the paid Instrumen talities of the Republican party," in deed I In what solitary respect? pray tell. It is because wo stand unswervingly bv the old Secession Resolutions of 170 li ft Resolutions draughted by the Fathers of the Democratic party Resolutions in dorsed, re-Indorsed and .incorporated in our Bute and Federal platforms times beyond computation, and supported oy the Plaindealer itself before it sold iu body for bread and its soul for syrup? Is it because we oppose the Mongrel Amendments Amendments that our party condemned to the depths of per dition f Okolona (Miss.) Slates. Powder and Shot. A Democratic Con ere ss. a Democratic President, and a Supreme Court, made Democratic by additional appointments, will set things straight in 1381. The Southern Democracy don't want and won't have a Sherman at the head of the U. S. Army after Thurman walks up the White House steps. The General in-Chief must be a grana oia vxmieaer ate. Remember, beys, that the XIV th Un constitutional Amendment has nevtr been properly ratified. Leaving out tbe force and fraud by which it was put through in the Southern States, we still have the little fact left that Ohio withdrew her consent to the infamous measure in 1S68. That withdrawal is on file in Wash ington, and it will send the Amendment a-kiting to kingdom come when it is used. And it will be used. The people are not to be misled. They know that the Democratic party fought for the Union, and they know it is pledged to maintain the results of the war. Quack Democratic paper. Tush I We know that the Democratic paper did not fight for the Union, for the big ger half of it bore muskets on our side, and a thundering majority of the ether half staid at home and voted for Val landigham, Pendleton, Thurman and other sympathizers with our section. Aa for our party being pledged to maintain the results ol tne war ocsm Read the Congressional Record of last Winter and Spring, thou fool! and you will find that it is the purpose of our party to rid tbe country or "tne results of the war." Okolona (suss.) states. A Cyclopedia for 910. Perhaps the most remarkable literary enterprise of the time is the publication of the Library of Universal Knowledge, in 20 volumes of nearly 1000 pages each. handsomely bound, for 60 cents per vol ume, or $10 for the set. It is a reprint entire of the last (1879) Edinburgh and London edition of Chambers' Encyclope dia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowl edge for the People, with very large ad ditlons upon topics of special interest to American readers, -rne amount ot mat ter will somewhat exceed that of the Cy clopedias of Appleton or Johnson, thou eh the price is but a fraction of theircost. Volume one is to be ready early in September, and the others will follow at very short intervals. The re markably low prices are accounted fir ty tbe rue mod or sale, to ue suoscrioers direct, saving them the large commission often 60 or 60 per cent, paid to agents or dealers; also, by the recent great re duction in the cost ot making books, and by making very large sales. This certainly is a work that the millions will appreciate. Special inducements are offered to early subscribers and to clubs The same publishers have recently is sued editions of Chamber's Cyclopedia of Eoglish Literature, 4 vols., 3, form erly sold in 2 vols., for $9; also Rollins' Ancleut History, and Josepnus' works, large type editions, ror $2.25 and f 3.00, and Smith's Bible Dictionary, $1.00. They also publish in August and Sep tember, the Acme Library of Biography. 13 vols., and the Acme Library of Mod ern Classics, 9 vols., the former at 35 cents and the latter at 50 cents per vol In these series sre presented such auth ors aa Carlyle, Macular, uibnon, Uoia smith, Lamartine, Michelet, Thomas Moore, Waller Scott, and Fouque, and such subjects as Cscsar, Cromwell, Burns, Joan of Arc, Vicar of Wakefield, Piccio la, Lalla Hooka, etc., will be sent free on request by the publishers, the American itsok JuxcDsnge, o3 iJeexmsn si , a . x , asa sasssass 11 t7::ulogt. hwl rra. The Satyrs wem part of the w litae of Kin Dacclius. Tlity wrtsurpoid to be ball" with sliort sprouting horns, liketliose of kids, sad (oat-fito'ed. Tliey were of a lively, frolicsome disposition, but not very wise, else tlii-y would hare cured their baldness by using Carbolinv, the perfection of the chcDiisi's art, prepared from natural erode petroleum, thoroughly deodorized, and nicely perfumed. -Every man, woman and child should use it as a dressing. It gives that peculiarly soft and silky texture so desirable. It will not soil the finest of linen. Is cooling aud cleanly, and can not be praised too highly. Sold by all dealers in drugs and medicines. THE GENUINE DR. C. McLANE'S Celebrated American WORM SPECIFIC oa 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 mornings 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 uftfrequently 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 gene 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 eapalne ef doing the slightest injury to the most tender tnfent. The genuine Dr. McLanf.'s Ver mifuge bears the signatures of C. Mo Lane and Fleming Bros, on the wrapper. :o: DR. C. McANE'S LIVER PILLS arc not recommended at a remedy " for all the ills that flesh is heir to." but in affections of the liver, and in all l!i!:ous Complaints, Dyspepsia and Sick I leadaclic, or diseases of that character, they stand wilbout a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better eathart ic can be used preparatory to, or al'.er taking Qumiiie. As a simple purgative they are unequalcd. ItKWAHE OF IJIITATIOXH. The genuine are never sugar coated. Kach box has a red wax seal on the lid with the impression Dk. McLaxk's Liver 1'ii.i.s. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C McLane and Fleming I'.ros. Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. Mc I.ane's Lives Pima, prepared by Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, 1'a., the market being full of imitations of the name Mcflue, spelled differently but taste pronunciation. EVERY FAMILY Hbonld be provided with ss relia ble medicine to treat aneb. esuses) avs coBvstsuitly oeeur In fcetsn bold. Sochi ss remedy ahoald esmbine beating, aoothias;, aad earative properties. X medici nal preparation baa ever been discovered which, combines ibesc In aacb a degree as , CURATIVE or bas been so successful In cur ing severe and chronic eases or Rheumatism, Earache, Neuralgia, Ague in Face, Headaches, Dyspepsia, Diphtheria, Constipation, Sore Throat, Biliousness, Lame Back, Piles, Toothache, Catarrh, Kidney Diseases. Wbere this medicine bas been once used no other will take Its plaee. It Is sale, agreeable "and powerful. No Inflammation or pain can exist wbere tbe Cura tive bas been nsed as we direct, It Is tbe beat FXIS KILLER erer Invented. Sold by all Drnggbits. PREPARED BY LA.WS0N CEEMICALC0.,CleTelailuJO. Cum Ctuuitln wls.m otbar Oils FU. TVILLSOHPB CAJtBOLATED (Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil Immediately Arrt Doe air mm Uwllds V, th SjrMsa wiLLSoars cabbolated (Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil la tvtalaed by f h Wraknt Stoma. la Kraa fcui V olmsmat Vmrnl Is Rsadily blgaxtetl. Stnr gts Rmstckl. ' WILLSON'S CARBOLATED (Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil Cant Consumption. SrraOala. sima.rla.tlom, Ccasat, Colds, All Ltnra mini Conair iiokai. Covpuntra and is a ramarkabljr eftirdent 11 loud Pcunsi and ducks UM ungM ot inaa a. . yWULLSO.VS CAItBOLATEO (Norwegian) Cod Liver Oil tesnldmlTlnlarmwrdge-ahapnlbottl'S. tnUaon 1 polled with a doabta L." Urmeinbartba word Cu9tjtn:3" laorlerlnj from your lteugglst. ana inaut on Hiring tne rioi sibo. (tend (or Circular to tba Proprietors, GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO.. as HARK PLACE, NEW YORK. BUCHAN'S CARBOLIC BALM OINTMENT Bant Ealva n (ha Wm1d- TradsBark. Quick aad Startling Carat. It Koala "Without a. Soar. Allay Pain & Stops BlaadLng. aoKaet a Barn or acaJd. Haala a Cat Llk Masie. Srsvi Poison ont of a Wound. BUCHANS' CARBOLIC BALM OINTMENT CONTAINS NO GREASE AND WASHES OFF WITHOUT SOAP, It acta Instantiy ami like ififjie. Tcm Sal Rknm, 8ro Tarul, I'lrora, llama. Sealrta. lata. Won art, fllaa. Sot kru, PoltB.nt Stng an Bit.. Bsi-bitrt ltrh. Chapped Haada. Scrofa loaia aor. ana any aad evary ouiar purpose tot vhicJt 8lv or Oiatineot m bo tued. Bn ban' Cai-boHo Balm Uintsnont tba onlf UToparattou that can alwaya be relie.l nfKn. I .la a baaatiful jjlljr-couire.1 article, aold in claae Duttlr wltn to aoova tnie-mara. wimout which nona is genuine. 8 a to it that your drug. Ut alvoa Ton iiuciiAS'a. aa abora dwribed. Cir ca are aant fraa on ap.dicatioa to tha Maoo ao- turuia. GUEMP MANUFACTURING CO,. 23 PARK HACK, XhM VORK. BLACK AS THE BAVEJTS WINGS IS KIDDER'S Eavfu Indelible Ink. fTe Biota ! Flowa Freely ! Korer Bnrealel Always Heady I Perfect Black I No rou or troutue i it is need without nntrmrattnn I Sold by all drunrieta and atatloa- era. liaeMMp JMIg.vo., zi ran n rs. n. x, An Agreeable Apprientefc Refrigerant. I nua wMi-ainra n yi-T-parl(lon I-J nnrn ty TTOiTl mflMWl TOT trYaMU-KA. HftUDxCIIX. SaftsrM of th Ktoiiwh. Hcart birn. wid gJI ouilttil9iartainir from Aridity. Biltoustuid Maisu-itxl FcTrw ft roots t h blood and rrnUt the bow el. liaar.Tsiiif uMtliciM forrbiklren, and Itaartditjr T" suismva cwvuiTJ aBAM fVI walllt alt an iAtVAS. bU!eav in-fwrwi T a. unofTJT sots, CTvfnf4a K T. After all, no rrady Is so eartala to car Coaeaaaptlom oa par Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, Carbolatod by Wlllaon's xrollent proee-a. Dr. ITalf. AU eoneninprhre patienta are rarneetly Inritad to give WUlsos's ( arbolatad Cod Lirer Oil a fair trial. It la cajily aad readily digeated where all aim liar prrpsratlona are refueej by tba Rtorcacu, and lm Kedialaly enters into tha circulation, ictiug spj dScallr upon tiie decaying lungi. Too nntriiiuna properties of tha oil anatain and bnild np th aye tarn, wulle the act! to caratiTe prorertiea of the preparation emplel tho work of healing. Willaon'a Carbolatod (Norwegian I Cod Li Ter Oil cerer est rand J, la free from unpleasant taste, ia retained easily by th wcakeat stomach and is sol J at the fries of the ordinary Oils. It enrea Consumption, Scrofula, Aa thine. Bran' chitia, Emsciaiica, Ccacha. ColOa, Hemorrhage and all lnng and conatntlonal complaints. Aa a Blood Pnria.-r tho Cirbolated Oil ia remark ably ciBjat. It nee ia Scrof-lona Affectiont. RhjnmaUam. Bicketa, Ac . I atrO!tgly recommend ed. I a pari ying power la wunttcriul in Cosump. tiea depending, as it frequejt'.y doc, npea Scrof. a ons taint. It uta n?on tbe rational theory of IvusDlATrxt Aancama Dkct wh.ls ir Buium vr juts Bmrs, enabling It to throw off the dlseas?. 8.11 csly ia wedcMhapeil bottles. TTlllson" la spcllel with a dcnbl ' L. Bemember th word Carbolatod " In order! ns from your draggist, and htaiat tp havins tha risht kind. Ovaa UVo Co., 33 Park Pile. H. T. Sale Bills 0ie us a rail. printed at this office oa short nolle and on most reasonable terms. THIS I? w ?. IllOVy I Sail R..WM.I. A Co Kewwptpe"' Artertlsina; Bnia (10 gpruco ritre.-i I, wiiero auvcr flEW YORK. t lain if rontnina may to suaOu lor it la Baldwin, Laundon, Ss Co.'s, We are now receiving a complete stock of rn.Y GOODS, in all departments, which wil 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 axid Oil Cloths ever offered in this section. Good Yard Wide Floor Oil Cloth 22 cents. Bates Crocuet Quilts $1.00 Peerless Carpet Warp 16 cts. per pouna. Madras and Ponsjoo Gingham 12 1-2 cents. A Very Large Stock of .Dress Goods Striped and Checked Pique, at 8 cents. A Very Large Stock of From Cneap to Good. A large line Umbrellas very Cheap. Baldwin, Laiindon & Co, 1 JlXJLL. "XXJ3l1TXVL J Custom T2ae Bost Known to tlae trade. Utica IT. T. IClls. or Wamsutta 2400 liiien,- $25.00 K a u u it it - tt . tt it tt 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 $5.00 per dozen cheaper than riprfficfc fit and satisfaction. Measures taken at the New York lothing House. J. "W. "Wilbur's Cneese Faotory -AND- DAIRY HOUSE HEADQUARTERS ! -FOR- Clieese Vats, Curd Drainers, Xfilk Cans, Llancliard Churn, Testing Instrumentst Thermometers, .' Clieese Tryers, Curd Knives, Curd Pails, Butter Workers, Iron Clad ililk PaiU, Fairbanks Standard Scales, ZaVerytlling that pertains to the manufacture of cheese and butter furnished at the lowest prices. Opposite the American House, Wellington. K. D. Palmer I). D.S. Successor to Dr. 3. J. Stedman. Especial attention given to the Preservation of th.e Hatuxal Teeth. By filling and cleaning. AKTIFICIALTEETH Inserted npon all tha various bases known to the profession. IgTALL WORK WARRANTED OFFICE IN BANK BUILDING. NEW LIVn&Y 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. Good teams furnished at all hours and at reasonable rates. P. C. THOMAS. $2-500 a year. Send Ten Ceats In one cent "Tump Tor a niie miver rmieu i nim ble, retail prieff 25 cenfa, and loam haw to make fxvioa year. No hum- bug. Obit thae who mai huuneaa aera annlr, A. T. BUCK. CO.. Milton, Pa, FRANK H. CHURCHILL, PRACTICAL PIAtlO TUNER. Obcrlln. - Ohio, Pianos and Organs Repaired. All Work Warranted to Give Satisfaction. TESTIMONIALS. Tills la to certify that vrn, the under signed, have employed Mr. F. Chur chill as a Tuner and Repairer, and that tbe work for us bas given entire satis faction. Prof. Rice, Prof. Wright, Prof. Cady, Prof. Severance. Prof. DavU. Prof. Blakeslee, Prof. Sweet. t3af Orders left with J. W. Houghton will receive prompt attention. 37-tf Shirts ! Price per Doz. 2100 2000 1900 23.00 tt 20.00 17.00 shirt company of America work in New York and other nicer shirt and from 3.00 to the small factories and guarantee A. M. PITCH. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For all the purposes of a Family Physic ; and for curing Costivenees, Jaundice, Indigestion, Foul Stomach, Breath, Headache, Erysipelas, Rheuma tism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases, Biliousness, Dropsy, Tumors, Worms, Neuralgia ; as a Din ner Fill, for purifying the Blood, Arc tne most effective ami congenial pur gative ever dis covered. Tliey ore mild, lmt effectual in their opera tion, moving the bowels surely ami without pain.. Although gen tle in their op eration, tliey are still the most thorough ami search ing cathartic medicine that can he employed: cleansing tne siomacu aim bowels, and even the blood. In small doses of one pill a day, they stimulate the digestive organs and promote vig orous health. AVer's Pills have lccn known for more than a quarter of a century, and have obtained a world-wide reputation for their virtues. Tliey correct dis eased action in the several assimila tive organs or the body, and are so composed that obstructions within their range can rarely withstand or evade them. Not only do they cure .the every-day complaints of cvery ilKMly, but also formidable and danger ous diseases that have tatulcd the best of human skill. While they produce powerful effects, tliey are, at the same time, the safest and best physic for children. By their aperient action tliey gripe much less than the common purgatives, and never give paiu when the lxnvels are not iuilamed. They reach the vital fountains of the blood, and strengthen the system by freeing it from the elements of weakness. ' Adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates, containing neither ciUomel nor any deleterious drug, these Pills may be taken with safety ly anybody. Their sugar-coating pre serves them ever fresh and makes them pleasant to take; while being pifMy vegetable, no harm can arise from their use iu any quantity. ' '. FBEPABED BY Dr. J. C. AYER & C0.t Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chcmiata. BOLD l-.Y ALL TtnUUGISTS KVKBTWnEnR. MANHOOD, HOW Lest, How RESTORED. Tnt nnhll.liML a new edition of Dr. Co'rerwell'i ML.kf.ti.rt mm. nn thu nuliu core (without mcdl clue. ) of Spkkhtobuhasa. or Svmlnal Nrak..e, Inrolnnury Seminal Lo at-a, lnipotancy. Mental and Phyiical Incapacity, Impedimenta to Marriage, etc., ala Conaumiition. Eollepar' and Flta, Induced by aeif.uiuiicence cr atxuai exiravi.-Kiivoa .. Price. In a acaled envelope, only tlx centa. Tne ceieiraeu auviivr, iu .umiimpn; rwj, clearly demonatratca. fn;m a thirty yearn' tacccaaful nrartiAL that the alarmlntr conttflOCBCM of elf abuse may te radically cured without the dangerous oae of Internal medicine or tbe application f tne knife: pointing cut a mode of cure at once almple. certain and enVctoal. by means f which every adorer, no matter what nia condition may he, may cure hinuelf cheaply, privately and radically. EFThlf Lecture will prova a boon to thousands ana toouaauua, a.nt nnder aeaL In a nlaln enreloa". to any addrcin. post paid, on receipt of alx cents or 2 puiiage suuupa. Addrraa IhePubUsbets, Tfc.0 Cttlverwell lledical Co., 41 Ann St.. New York, P. O- Box 4588. JS FUSE GZ7T. Of a copy of my MEDICAL COKMDS SKSSE BOOK to any person Buffering with Consumption. Anthma, Catarrh, llronchl: la. Eoaa of Voice or bora Throat. Send mine and poet office addreaa, with two fhree-crnt postage ataraps ana nsw your Bicancaa. The hfMtlr I. elrantlv Illustrated. (144 no. 12 mo. 1HTM). The Information It contains. In the p ovidence nf tfifMl h.H saved mnnv Uvea. The author has been treating diseases of the Nose, Throat, and Lungs aa a special practice In Cincinnati tjice 18.V7. Address DR. N. B. WOLFE, Cincinnati. Ohio. TT1-T3TPt A TNTlYH Calcined IMagnesia. Four FIRST PREMIUM MEDALS awarded. More sgieeable to the taste and smaller dose than otber Magnesia. 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Those already at work re rln Aitffttsia, sliauie.. up larfce sums 01 money. Auarca --j 31 it- lift H. T. HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND Fluid Extract B "CT O H IT. PHARMACEUTICAL. A SPECIFIC REMEDY FOR - all. D ISEASES , . OF THE - Bladder Kidneys For Pel.illlv. Loss of iremnrir. Tn. disposltlor. . to Exertion or Business. Shortness of Breath, Troubled with Thought of Disease, Dimness of Vis ion, tin in the Back, Chest, and Head, Rush of Blood to the Head, Tala Countenance and Dry Skin. - If these "vmDtoms are allowed In on on, very frequently Epileptic Fits and Consumption follow. When the con stitution becomes affected it requires Ihe aid of an invigorating mediciiiTtb strengthen nd tone .up the system .V Illicit "HELMBOLD'S BUCHU' i .uoes m iiivery Uase. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU IS "O JM JQTTAIaEP By any remedy known. It is prescribed the most eminent physicians all over the world, in.- Rheumatism, Sli niH torrboea, Jfcnralgria, Nervousness, . Dyspepsia, Iudigrestlun, CoKStipatioti, , Aclics and Pains, Female Complaints .Nervous complain is. Spinal jDiseases, Sciatica, Deafuess, : Decline, , Liumbago, VMM(t as. General 111 llealtli, Geueral Debility, Kidney Diseases, Lv cr Complaint, Nervous Debility, Epilepsy, Head Tronbles, Parrlysis &e &c &c. Headache, Pain in the Shoulders, Cough, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Eruptions, Bad Taste in the Month, Palpitation of the Heart, Pain in the region of the Kidneys, and a thousand other painful symptoms, are the off- sprinz of Dyspepsia. llelmbold's Bncliu Invigorates the Stomach, And stimulates the torpid Liver, Bow els, and Kidneys to healthy action, in cleansing the blood of all imparities and Imparting new life and vigor to the whole system. -A single trial will be quite sufficient to convince the most hesitating of its rro 1 ti a. 1a vAtniailtal mi ss. i 41 A a IKaUaMJIV a avv a as iibsiiivo Price $1 per Bottle, Or Six Bottles Jorb. Delivered to any address free from observation. "Paiieuts" may consult by letter, re ceiving the same attention as by call ing. Competent Physicians attend to cor respondents. All lettcrs.should be ad dressed to U. T. DELMBOLD Druggist and Chemist Philadelphia, Pa, CAUTION I See that the private Proprieta ry Stamp is on each Bottle. Sold Eveiytftiare.