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Thursday, Oct. 23, 187.
J.W.HOUGHTOW, M.H.HOTJGHTOTJ. XDITOstS. It ia interesting in a social gathering to notice the different degree of Ulent parsons hare ia the way of contributing t the general fnteital4ipentJ ,It ia not alsraji the wiee and prof cms d, nor yet the moat intelligent trta pat others at their eaae,and are most genial and charm ing ia company. Bat to te able to tell what they know, to re-prod ace a aWrj or anecdbfiB, or describe well something they have tees or heard, is a real and bj no means a common gift. Those who can do this " and are good-natured and saspitable as well, are sure to be sought after, and to be popular In society; and aa these gifts can be cultivated and lm- proved . they are not to be despised, aa unworthy the attempt. Occasionally tereiaone with -more confidence than judgment,' who likes to hear himself talk and is not modest concerning his own exploits, or doubtful as to the gen uineness of his information, or the quali ty of his wit, who gbea through life ner or dreaming that the laugh that follows his recitals has ia it any reservations, or that ne is not the hero to others that he axms to himself ; bat of tener one is led ' to eny another the grace and ease with which he can get oft a good thing for the aarasement of others, or bring before them persona and places with . all their peculiarities or acceaaoriea as TiTidJy as if we had seen it with, our own eyes. There are not many forward people in society, bat one meet more who if they could pat,aa)da their timidity and reserve and do a little more taikir g in company would1 contribute to' it entertainment, d giiity 'and happiness. '.' . " f' KsayvwQI hail the day when, more pleasure shall be derived from listening than in dancing, and ' from the flow of thought than from eating and drinking, though these shall not be despised. So cial intercourse in moderation is health ful and improving, and nothing so helps a person oat of the rats of morbid feel lag, or stimulates to mental and phjsi e il growth as the pleasant friction of mind against mind and the hand-grasp of good fellowship.. The dimes and quarters got out of church socials is the 1 ast of the ' good done by getting to gether.'1 One ia not In the position to do tie, most efficient Christian work who never , comes lace to face with those whom he would reach with - moral - influ- ices. " 'Words flanked by the look' and tone .of kindness and . sympathy are t Ipled in power, as religious movements are satire general and effective when and where Christians most do congregate."0 Election TTews. TVe went to press so soon after elec tion that it was impossible to give more than' the general result. Borne of oar readers, however, will be interested a reading the vote of this and surround ing townships. Wellington gave Fos ter 491, and Xwing 184 votes: majority for Foster 317; B. A. Horr, Senator, 425: D.' L.'. "Wedsworth, 10- majority for Horr, 285; Lucius Herrick, Repre sentative. 459: C. L. Wack, 122: major ity for Herrick 837. Mr. Horr ran be hind his ticket In 'Wellington 28 votes. Elyri: gave -Foster 881. votes, Earing 830: majority for Foster 501; Hunting ton gave a majority for Foster of 101 ; LaGrange 54; Pecfield 94; Pittafleld 76; Rochester 84; and Russia 005: a major ity over Xwing of 2402. Xwing had majorities fn Amherst; Avon, and Car llale aggregating .155 votes, and small Democratic gains in one or two others. When it is known that the last mentioned are targery.' settled by foreigners, who are not "supposed to be very well in formed on political questions, the rea son for; the Pemocratio majorities in these places can be understood. Lorain give ; a Republican -gain of 23 over 1878, and a gain at 724 over the vote of 1877;.The world moves. - ;n : Medina county does herself credit by giving an increased Republican majority in many of her townships and electing her entire ticket by from 970 to over 1000.,, Spencer deserves special mention for having come within four votes of ; a majority over ; the Democratic party. Iitcbfleia feave a majority of 97.' Ash land and Richland are both Democratic counties, but the district went Republi can by 1800 to 2000 majority. The exact figures we have not got. The Democra cy made a special fight against' Mr.' It. A. Hqrr.andieiroulated tlir moat infa TrMnat alatndar their, Ingenuity', and ma lignity could invent. ' They made their boasts sarly in .'thtf'xampaign that his majority would be swept clear out of cx istenee.: Tbey knew just how they were going to do it, but. notwithstanding their almost pu perh Oman, efforts in the circula tion tfip apparently sufficient to damn a saint,' they succeeded ia reducing his majority by only 439 votes. We doubt whether, even they can feel that it was a profitable business. .. i .: .. ,,. The Legislature is Republican on joint ballot by 89 votes: 'Hotrse , Senate 9; which seckrea a'Repabllcaa TJ.' 8. Sen ator in place of Taman;,T iK . . '., . t The Lssakktare will of oourse re-district the Staie tot members of Congress and at the next eleo'iie 'majority of Democratio Doagreaamen will be setixed to private Kfe, and a staie- which is' St, publican' by a large vote, win no longer present the anomaly bt being represented by a Deraorratia. majority. .Making all allowance for the floating vote which has been shifting' between the Republican, Democratio and Greenback parties. Ohio is a Republican Bute and has, never failed ia the last twenty years to give a Repub lican majority when they were ufficient y awake to the importance of the issues presented, to come out and, vote.' The expense and anxiety to the country of the extra lesaioa or. Congress through bordensome and portending great dan gers, has at least had the good fortune place the reel political issues befonr the country'la such a manner as will Jikely make "them remembered, even, longer thsa the lessons of the war.- The Suicidal Mania. The news of one suiside had hardlv be- ton, Saturday before another! was re ported. v. All Over .the country, chroni cled every week and every day of the week, are like instances, or unsuccessful attempts. Intentional self-destruction has often been epidemic in character, and we doubt the propriety of publishing these thir.g9,and especially of dressing up the revolting crime la sentimental garb and making it appear as about the legit imate thing to do if life goea hard with te. it business does not. prosper, II plans or health fall, or one experiences unjust treatment. . With all dus regard to the feelings of their friends and not ia any spit it of harshness toward the anfortunate vic tims of cruel circumstances, of insane delusion, or of uncontrolled desponden cy, we honestly wish that self-murder might be considered as no less a crime th.n to kill another; and that such dis grace might be associated with it as to deter any more from rushing into the presence of their Maker in this precipi tous manner. Thia kind of morbid aen- timentaliam is fostered and stimulated by much reading of unhealthy fiction, and the hiehlv colored and romantic style in which the accounts of these tragic deaths are written. Readers of newspapers demand the re cording of current events and if theie has been a suicide expect the particulars to be Riven. But it is also the duty of newspapers to protest against and. dis courage the suicidal custom. Sometimes disease has much, to do with' the 'disposi tion to suicide, and the victim is no more responsible than ia genuine insanity voluntary act." But even hydrophobia is thought to be a good deal under the control of the will and to a certain., ex tent, possible to be resisted. In the fam ily, the school-room, from the pulpit, through the press,, should be taught a more aacred regard for the vAlue of .hu man life.. !.'.'' : lit I". . ; .i s , ,! If there is any suspicion of a suicidal intention in a person, every possible pre caution should be taken to livert the mind into healthy channels,- and remove any means that might be used in" self- destruction. Employment that occupies the thoughts is healthier for those in trouble than that which leaves the mind free to dwell upon and magnify its sor rows and perplexities.' If over-work and ill-health : have wrought, the ; mischief, then change, recreation, - and '. freedom from care may :lsoon ; bring ' back '' the cheerfulness of spirit that makes exist ence not simply aa endurance, but a luxury. r.t i, 7T, ; , ',... : .Finally and above every other means for the proper counterpoise of the human mind, helping it better to appreciate the moral anility of mental conditions as well aa physical acts, and to over-come those that are morbid, selfish and, unsafe, is the Christian faith, which has saved mul titudes of oersons frortrvlelding to and being overwhelmed " by', temporary mis eries. The persons who die by their own act are not struggling against more ad verse fortune or more bitter trials than scores of others all about them manage to live under, and yet keep a brave ana often cheerful spirit. Think of the in numerable army of invalids and of the maimed and crippled, sufferers to wnom life is still sweet, and who as often as any are found ast with idle or empty hands, and upon their lips songs instead of complaints. "".V .i ' These brave, patient souls, mute teacn- ers of thankfulness, are a constant re proach to the lamentations of the well and. trrwio- There are n6 sorrows so darkly deep that others have not sounded them; every heart knoweth its own bitterness. Historv records the intervention , of civil law to restrain epidemics of self destruction.' . Ia . 1793. the number .' of suicides in Versailles was 1300, a num ber greatly dlsproportioned - to the pop ulation.. In the army or tne jrirst napo leon, the soldiers, net content with their chances of being killed, took to auicide. and it was only after a strong appeal to their courage and pride by the Emperor that it was suppressed. The'; literature of suicide ia ae curious :as interesting, but not good for-general reading. In times and countries where" it has1 been considered as a felony, and .certain pen alties have been imposed oa the property and person of the deceased, each as for feiture of the estate and denial of the rights of Christian! burial, the barbarity has had the good effect to almost entire ly suppress the crime;' Burial in the night at the crossing of two highways for example, served to stamp the act as one of peculiar abhorence; and to make it anything but romantio. to' choose one's own time and method of shuffling oil the mortal ooil., 8umjvajt. OcC 13, 1879. ' 'Mk. D. L. WaBswoBxa: Yours of the 9th came to hand yesteryay, there fore I hasten o-answer tf.U Monday morn-, it being first opportunity. , When you could not .find the paper that con tained the circular so I could read it, I did positively request you to have it printed in the Ashland paper. I do not know why- or. by whom a denial was made. . If any one wishes further, light, they can have it by calling on , " . ., . Tours truly, . '. , , .v.-.i v.-'' P. W.Fannt. Bring on your money . 1 1 want it. The circular referred to was the one headed, "This is not a Dream. "I wiah tb'know connection. of paity, All other state ments about me 'Seat' be -answered . as easily, and the truth win be on my - side as it has been in this and others I have answered. Try, try again. , .::'"- -)n ri. u.w; .. An article with reference to the sub ject of the above letter and note by Mr. Wads worth, was partially prepared for this issue, but could not be completed. ICeep tbe point la mind and we will let a little daylight into this Subject that will put a different face upoai" lt.:-Er.' i i 1 mm ! i . . , - ; . Advertised Letters. , - List of letters remaining unclaimed In Wellington P. Cv' for the week end. ins Oct. 18,1879: ' '" Lutio WlUard, Anna Mlett, J.; Rptt- ger, K. IL. Kingsbury, Thomas .McMil lan. ; -.- lm : . 'i .'. -.i'i: " n .. !- ' "t ,; 1 J- T. OeoEot, P. M.I i, Whenf railing .fr the above please say '-AdiitUvW, V". ' .', , 'J A private letfer from Waahington tains the following genuine names copied from the U. S. pension list which she styles "My Roll of Queer People: . Thomas Breedlove, ' ' ' Summer T. New begin, vAdamZuspan, - j.' Irephere Bharland, . Curtain Stoneroad, Dogworthy Wilson, ... VlctalRanlo, ; Alladaren Stowell, Ryndert VanLoon, Abednego Stephens, Pleasant N. Spain, Boniface Stekle, BalthaserStarbird, . Fredolin Rommel, Gjabert Steenhock, . Lippman Storck, Raboon Bt anal an, Freegirt Tandeweek, Grisjam Vantrees, Hut. L Blockhouse, Billswood Spelburger, Remember-mee J. Williams, Larkey Sharkey, Joachim Kat, Christ Stough, Dezra Schroy, Peleg Staples, Esuc Soles, . TJz Rose, NlmrodWeese, Glode Sole, ThorThorsen, Finis Shepherd, Wells' Sponable, Tuck-co-ser-hago, Tuc-a-bac-a-hojo, Indian scouts; ; Elam Whisler, Seraphim Scbutchltn, KiUioaE:. Mann, , ! ;. : Rinaldo R. Spaulding, ' Rinaldo R. Thorily, Rinaldo R. Whitcher. And here is one from your locality, Norman H. Reynolds, Wellington, O. -When the Smiths, Jones and Browns are disposed to find fault with their plain, common names, let them read over this list and be thankful..' ' . COMMUNICATIONS. PITTSJIELD. Oct. 20th, 1879. Since my last, and while many hare been indulging in electioneering squibs, things have been jogging along in our township pretty much ia their -old ways. - Hiss Libbie Lake and Miss Hattio Herrick have each found a husband. Miss Mine Sanders and Mr. W. Stephen son have concluded to try niatrimony.aod the last affulr in that line, so far as heard from, Mr. John Jordan and Miss Kitty Preston have had the knet tied which makes them one. . ' . Our M. E. people have, had their change ol pastors, air. Jtfuahour going to Avon, and J&x. Vwler taking bis place in Pittsfield. . ., Tbe new organ has been placed in the M. E. Church, and ia regarded by those competent to judge as a very fine Instru ment. Mr. . B. Beach gave an instru mental piece at the opening of the Sab bath morning service, showing the ca pacity of the instrument, which he pro nounces aa very great. .. C. A. West is building an addition to hia house, which is well under way. Farmers are bunking corn, which the warm weather of the past two weeks has ripened up finely. Wheat ia looking well; a largo breadth sown, much more than usual. . . M, SPENCEH. . Oct. 18, 1879.' "We have met the' enemy and they'are onrtl" No more exiwunding of Demo cratic principlea and Jeffersonian doc trine beard on street corners. The shin ing, tiiunphant smile of the Republicans almost dim the morning sun. The larg est vote' polled ia Spencer for along terra of years. - When a young man or a connding and unsuspecting nature stepped np to poll a straight Republican vote, one of tbe Democratic trustees of the election Hand ed him a neat folded ticket, saying "this is the ticket for yoa to vote." What did this young man dof Why, he took the ticket, supposing it all right,- and deposited it in the box. So much for Democratic purity ana fairness. The more the Democrats distributed and spewed the infamous lies in regard to Senator Uorr, the more honest Dumo crata stepped np to the polls and voted straight Republican tickets, through con viction and disgust. : Mondsy evening before election Cap tain McClnre of Wooster, gave the Dem ocrats of this place the soundest politi cal drubbing that they ' have received daring the campaign. - He sat down on D. Coons in such a scientific' manner : as to cause David to lose control of his or gans of speech for the first time in many years. ' ' ... : The ltepablioans will celebrate their victory the evening of October 18th. - Parker & Brown are doing' a good and durable piece of stone work for the new bridge sooth of town. f. . . . .. LT JOHX. i SUXLIVA2T. 1 :.. Oct. 20th, 1879. The Republicans of Sullivan gave vent to their feelings by holding a grand jollification meeting, on Saturday eve ning last., 'The band gave us. some good music, after which the'' town was lighted up by' a grand display of fire works, while the booming of. our little cannon helped i proclaim our glorious victory to the fartherest corners of the townthip . After giving three cheers for Foster, and three groans for Ewing, the happy crowd ' dispersed to their homes. ' Our Democratic friends are trying to console themselves by telling us that they wi J show us at the next Presiden tial election.. But we tell them we eaa't cross a bridge till we get to it, and when we do get to it we .propose to go acaoaa, , ... .. .. ... I wonder if Dr. Wadsworth thinks it isywe," the people that have elected Horr? .He probably will never want to make another - Democratio - speech in Sullivan. Suilivanites ' are .too well posted to be doped by anonymous circu lars and negro dreams audi as G. B. Smith told ns. By the way, we would like to aak Mr. &nith . if "that darkey till lives? : .i ' We had a chance to read the sods got ten up oy tome of tho Democrats of Wellington, and w made tne remark after reading it, that "it looked like the tart wag of Lba Democratic dog a tail," and sure enough It was, fot on Tuesday night u stopivd short, never to go again, for the old dog's dead. We are ao elated over the result of the eleo'lon, that we have no room for local newr this week. Old Suloxjh. ELYRIA. Oct. 13. 1879. Elyria has taken no stock ia the slan derous lies manufactured by the Demo crats to injure Mr. R. A. Horr. A number of Improvements are being made about town. Tbe Bee be and American Houses have each received a new coat of paint. Spitzenberg, the clothier, is putting a plate glass front into his store. The temperance convention of the L. C. C. T. U., held at North Amherst, last Thursday, was very interesting and quite well attended. Mr.- Richardson, the builder of the court house, is erecting a high board fence around the building to keep out spectators. He is delayed considerably by people who stand around in the way and talk with his men. The preparationa are all made and the programme of the sports to be given next Saturday are out. There will be large number of entries for the rope pull, and a large attendance is expected. A man by the name of Goo. Jones, was arrested one day last week for stealing a valise from a buggy on Broad street. He was taken before a Justice and bound over to the next term of court. We un derstand he has been "over the road" once before. Geo. Maple, a married man of this place, disappeared Sunday, Sept. 28th, and on Wednesday, Oct. 1st, was found in an insensible condition on the rocks down below the West Falls. He in'com paoy with some others, had procured a keg of beer, and it ia supposed that in his drnnken stupor he waudered away and walked off the banks. At last ac counts he was yet alive. A. W. N. Oct. 20th, 1879. : Court convenes next Monday. The late "Astonisher" will be resur rected next Saturday. It comes this time to stay: T. W. Stevens & Co., pub lishers. Financially, tbe rope pulling and other sports, last Saturday, were some thing of a success.' The Society real ised about (150 00. LaGrange, as usual took the lion's thare of the prises. She took the first, both in the heavy and light palls, and also in the potato race. Grafton was awarded the second prize for heavy pulling, and Pittsfield for light pulling. .1 Election . passed off as quietly as - could be - expected, considering the" importance- of the occasion. Both parties had experts watching the pro ceedings, and a good deal of cnaiien ging waa indulged in, consequently some went away being enable to deposit their votes la the evening the liepub- llcans had' a reception to which the Democrats were invited; they came, but did not stay long., roster s majority in the county ia 241)2; Horr's 2094. - : The community was stlrtled on Sat urday morning at tbe announcement of the auicide of Miss Joeie Bring. Hiss Briggs was a i resident of .Wellington, and had been visiting friends here for a few weeks for the purpose of improving her health. II is supposed that in a hi of insanity she took a revolver and shot herself: Her actions , during the day were such aa aroused suspicion, aod she was closely watched;. : She had , been missed only a moment or two, when her friends instituted search and found her In an insensible condition with a bullet hole in her breast..' She died soon after being found, and before a physician could be summoned. She had a large circle of friends and . acquaintances here, who, mourn her untimely death. Every one who knew her spoke in the best terms of her- Her funeral took place Monday afternoon. A. W. N. " t .-;., Memorial. Mrs. Sarah Masson waa born in Dover, Duchess Co., N. J., Feb. 10, 1799. With her family came to Ohio in 1835, and has since been a resident of Lorain county. Settling in Avon among the early pioneers, she shared in their hard ships and enjoyed their friendship till moat of them preceded her to the spirit land.'. In Amherst, where she lived 14 years, many warm friends will long re member her acts of kindness,, and de sire to ' pay' tribute to her memory. Subsequently moving to, Huntington in 1863; she hvta been esteemed: most, by those who knew her best. Born of Quaker .parentage, she w. is truthful, frank and kind. . She felt a deep . inter est in government affairs, and was an extensive reader of all its doings. T ' A kind Providence had compensated her industries and economy, and actua ted her to remember the poor. Two daughters are' left to realize how sad home is without a mother. ' ' ' ' . As the anaaal fruit, r cropping ' ' Lom and tcndrtli from the tree. '-' So oar friend, are foarly drupptas, ' Br old ac or dtr dlajaw. ' j . : . 6. Our Australian Trade. Sluce the establishment 'of the Pacific' line of steamers, the trade between tbe United Stites and Australia has increased wonderfully, and Hall's Bilsam, for conghs, colds and all lung diseases, Is now a regular article of exports to that country, and one of their staple medi cines.. '. -.; , ,- . TOCLE ROBIHSOITS Snmffler Arrangements. : : SODA v wiEB; : lemonade; jce cream, '. : ATTD ' -'' REFRESHMENTS. For church and benevolent objects I will make reasonable deductions, rdso to merchants. : Please do not forget that I keep a full sup ply of Groceries and Provision, together with Fruits and Confectionerr, Toliaeco and Cigars Lunch and Hat Tea and Colles at all hours, and no pains spared to accommodate all who oall. Thankful for past farors I remain your humble srrvant, . '. ' ' . R. J. R0BISS0TT. Dr. ;'EogersV Worm Syrup, . Hiil&rt;y ltraT Wortna od ti KcomuicadeJ br nliI.PlanJ f K h... tl'... .... . nww MniKin, i, ut. &0W-1T. Free Gift to al Who Sutler With. Hheumatism, Paralysis, Neu ralgia, Nervous and Sexual Debil ity, General 111 Health., Wasting, Decay, Urinary Diseases, Spinal Diseases, Dyspepsia, Etc., Etc., to whom will be sent my Book on Medi cal Electricity, and Electro Galvanic Belts, world renowned for their sue cc-s In saving many alnable lives, by Curing all Chronio Diseases. Send Symptom aad Stamp for Diagnosis t- Dr. G. W. POBJJES, 174 W Fourth Street, Cincinnati O. 2-ly. Baker's Pain Panacea, FOR MAS AKD BEAST. Forester! and Internal ae. TIM rroatast IteUavuof U ara. oo-oow-lj. 45 Years Before the Public. .THE GENUINE DR. C. MoItANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, FOR THE CURE OF Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint, DvsraraiA akd sick hiadachk. Symptoms of a Diseased Liver. PAIN in the right side, under the edge of the ribs, increases on pres sure; sometimes the pain is in the left side; the patient is rarely able to He on the left side ; sometimes the pain is felt under the shoulder blade, and it frequently extends to the top of the shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken for rheumatism in the arm. The stomach is affected with loss of appe tite and sickness; the bowels in gen. eral are costive, sometimes alternative with lax; the head is troubled with pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy sensation in the back part. There is generally a considerable loss of mem ory, accompanied with a painful sen sation of having left undone some thing which ought to have been done. A slight, dry cough is sometimes an attendant. The patient complains of weariness and debility; he is easily Startled, his feet are cold or burning, and he complains of a prickly sensa tion of the skin; his spirits are low; and although he is satisfied that exer cise would be beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely summon up fortitude enough to try it In fact, he distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred where few of them ex isted, yet examination of the body, al'tcT death, has shown the liver to have been extensively deranged. AGUE AND FEVER. Dr. C McLaxe's Liver Pills, in cases of Ague and Fever, when taken tvith Quinine, are productive of the most happy results. No better cathartic can be used, preparatory to, or after taking Quinine. We would advise all who are afflicted with this disease to give them a fair trial. For all bilious derangements, and as a simple purgative, they are unequaled. BEWARE OF IXITATI0SS. The genuine are never sugar coated. Every box has a red wax seal on the lid, with the impression Dr. McLake's LlVKR Pills. The genuine Mcl.A?ta's I.ivf.r PjlLS bear he signatures of C McLane aod Fleming Hko-oii ihe raiiera. - lit upou having the genuine Dr. C McLngV Livek I'ti.i.s, prepared by Flem-ih-4 li: o., of fill5lurt;h, I'a, the market being iu!l o' imitations of the i:ainc Tile Lane, tct lifT.-rently but same pronunciation. EVERY FAMILY Should be provided with as rciiav ble medicine to treat ftach eneee mm constantly occur in bonse holds. Sneh n remedy should, combine healing, soothing, and earative. properties. No medlel nal preparation has ever fceen discovered which combines these In snch a degree aa or has been so sneeessftil in car log severe and chronic eases of Rheumatism, Earache, Neuralgia, : Ague in Face, Headaches, Dyspepsia, Diphtheria, Constipation, Sore Throat, Biliousness, Lame Back, Piles, Toothache, Catarrh, Kidney. Diseases: Where this medicine has been once nscd no other will take its place. It is safe, agreeable and powerful. Xa ' inflammation or pain can exist where the Cura tive has been used as we direct. It is the best P AVi KIIXEB ever invented. . Sold by all Druggists. . PREPAKKDBY LAWSON CHEMICALC0.JCleTelanflJO. Hall's :: Balsam; FOR THE LUNGS . CCRKS CortUa Colds, Pneumonia Bronchitis, Asthma Croup . ,". Whooping Cough and all Diseases of the Breathing Organs. The Leading Ppcclac fur Consumption. It roothsand heala the membrane of the longs. Inflamed and poisoned by the disease, and prevents the nlghtweats and tightness across the chest which accompany It. CONSUMPTION .a not an incurable malady, it Is only nec easay to have tho right remedy, and HALL'S BALSAM Is that remedy. DON'T DESPAIR OP BELIEF, for this benign specific will euro you, even though professional aid fails. . . . A MASS OF EVIDENCE has been accumulating daring a period of THIRTT TEARS, proving the effleacy of ia all diseases where the Throat, Chest and Langs are affected: and showing the esti mation In which the remedy la held by the public and the medical profession. Bold by all Druggists. 43-eow-ly. HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE (Beware of Counterfeits.) The Most Powerful Healing Agent of the Age. Bcnry'l Cartmlle Bain enra the wont torea, HnT Crtolle Salre allay th paln'of buras. Henry, Crtx:ic Sato cure all wrapt loo. Banry' Cartollo 8alThoaptaplemaadbotetae. Henry Carbolic Balm will heal enta aad braliea. rhyslclanagive It the highest recommend ations. Henry's Carbolic Salve Uu-Miw!vcy I" Hoapltala, and ta found to bo ot oaly a tttoroaca partSar and dlalatactanc bat alao tha Boat wonderful and apeedy heallns run oily ever known. . . AkforIIEXBra andtaktnootlMa. 40-eow-tr V i Baldwin, & Co. Have just received, the lar gest and best assortment,, and cheapest etock of V DRY GOODS ever opened in Wellington. : Notice the following' prices, and come .and examine the quality of the goods. ; ; A " Good Stock .of Brocade Alpacas, in all , the '. desirable sliades, only 9 cents per yard. Pacific Alpacas, 12 1-2 cts. Brocade Alpacas, 20 cts. All Wool. Dress Flannels, 25 cts. .. ' - Tycoon Reps, 20 cts. All Wool Cashmere, 50 cts. Good Black Grqs Grain Silk, only 75 cts. Dress Ginghanis, 8 cts. ' Good Towels 5 cts. Linen Handkerchiefs 5 cts- First Class Merino Hose for one shilling, former price 20 cts. Great Reduction in the price of Ladies Shoes. Ladies Slippers 20. cts. Ladies' Goat Side Lace and Top Button Shoes, only $1.25. Times are improving, i busi ness is booming, prices are ad vancing, but we shall sell our stock, at the former low prices. Baldwin, Laundon' & ; Co. ' ! : ...i i . . 1 !! .1 WE HAfE THE HVCost Oompleto Stocls Of Goods 7or Men and Boys Wear! Ever Brought to Lorain County. - Cloths for the Merchant Tailor in the Country, to make them up. We have Dress and Business Suits for Men ; Extra size Suits for large Men ; Dress and Business Suits for Youths and Boys ; Elegant School and Children's Suita.i u , 3 rs- Overcoats for Men, Overcoats for Boys.r Shirts; .Under wear; Overalls; Knit Jackets; Ties; Collars; Hosiery; Trunks and Satchels. - ; : 1,v 1 ::" '" ' Come and examine our stock and aathues that' we are selling more goods for the money thanyon can get else where. Goods Warranted. ' ' - A. M. PITCH. J. "W. "Wilbiix -. ,.. :. . . . ..- ,i . ' , . -.: -A :.. : .; n- .- r . - . . . ..; ... . .. . r. I ... , ; ,. .: .. ; ... A Large , Slock . Of - f.! EASTERN : .. ' !' :'::';';;;:-;STOVEsr - ' Before - The Itecent ' Adyaaco .iia Priqs. ' 1 " " ' -: ' V YOU can- SAVE MONEY i '.'bi. i . 'i .bv- BUYING YOUR STOVEb OF HIM, He Intends to Sell at Greatly 1 Reduced Rata FUOM PRESENT PRICES. Remember that a Dbl lar saved is better than a Dol lar made.'-, .'i-7:: J. vA A a year. Send Ten Caata In one cent fcifaf flampafafln.sllTer Plated Thlm (l'VUVle. retail prlve 23 cenu, and lean) Tf ujwiQiDiiu a fur. jo nan- kuga. Only Utoe wira mea i buainea need apply. . . A. T. BtJCK CO., itlltun. Pa, FRANKS. OHUEOHILIi; TACTICAL PIANO TUNER, lTIIfT 'Obcrlin,' - Ohio, ' " ' Pianos" and , Organs .' Repaired. All Work Warranted to Give : Satisfaction: ";, ' 'I ' 1 ' TESTIMOKIALS. ' ' -i-:... : .' Thia is to certify that 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. ; . . , . Prof. Rice, ' Prof. Cadv. ., Prof. Wright,.,, I'rof. beverance. ' Prof. DavU, '1 Prof. Blakeslee, Prof. Sweet. . BT Orders left with J. W. Houghton will receive prompt attention.;, .. . 37-tf TO Ssnoo A Tear or S9 io 93i a day In yoar own lo cality. No rlale. Women do aa vail as men. - Many make more tnan amoant stated abora. No one can f atl to make money rt. Any sna can dn tbe wort- Yon caa make from Sfty centa to two dollar, aa hoar by devoting yoar evs Issa and tpare time w tMa bnalneu. It coaU noth ing to try tba bailaeaa: Kotuss like It lor money making ever offered before. Ba.lneaa pleasant and strleuy boaoraoM. ' Reades. It yoa want to know all about Us. beat parlsc bnalaeat bdfor. the public, aend a. roar addreM an t wa wlTl aend you full particulars and private term, free; aamplea worth S" alao free tou can fben make np yonr intnd for yourscn. Ad; araaa aXOBUK ttTLKSON A CO.. Portiaad, Jtatae. .... . . 37-iy WE WARRANT . Superior Whiteness and Fine- ness, . and . absolutely purity . in our brand of stiictly .-, PUREWHITE LEAD and will pay THIRTY -DOLLARS for every ounce of ' nudalteration found in one '' . v,.'.of; pur : packages. . : T. ffi NfcVIN CO. -: .. ,: !(. u pittsbnrgb, Pa. ",' Baldwin, ' Jnndon ' & Co., Sole 'Agents, iWellington, Ohio. . , 8S tf. iV S2 OOO A TtAB for aoaeat. Intel ilaent boet neaa man or agenta. Maw buMpcM 11k ht won. Aoareaa LU-uriunTi Aie.(.'T, Madison, lad,.- . .... 41-amo. CADPEtJTEQ . SA17S Or I T ether kind, ran can aia rwtth out .asanas a ao that it will ant The taMh will all remain of equal aiaa P!l. PH. JT a s-ewe to any. HNiww.i niisewM. lituatracaa jrm. jOv. Addraaa M. MOTM aw MMO., Mwm .' mmm-M s MvMwl tie avar-V'. baea hnndrada of lsttars frmn"men nalng raoaaytaay weald not taaa at far aw , a . ara a a a printed at this olfict Kfl Ii- ' III 1 16 on short notice and or MU1V BSSltXT most reasonabls taroia. Girs us a calL . 1 i.'f. ..' ! -.'.I" Townley's Toothache Anodyne : . CTJRE3 IN ONB JOSDTB. .- Birar0f Cotxnttxfeits. - 49 eovlj , AMY. :iIY."U7 ustom Department unsurpassed by, any Country, and MIETK knows just how Ay er's TCathartic Pills, For all the purposes of a Family Fh; aysic; ; ajQd for curinxOoativenessv ' renesav w a axmdice. Xnclieestioa, jroul ttomacA. J JUcaatta, Headache, -Krysipeloa, iineuma- tism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases, " r ' isuiouanes3, jjropay, itimors, . . Worms, Neuralgia ; aa a Din- . ner Pill, for nunlVLnff tha Blood. Are tuu iiiui "cflfccllvc arid ' : congenial pnr- OTrel. They arc mild,' but effectual in -. their opera- -tion, moving the bowels snre.ly ' and. ', , -yrithout paiu. Although gcu- . tie in their op eration, they arc still the most thorough and searcli iug cathartic medicine that can, be , bowels, and even the blood. In small doses of one pltt ardaji they stimulate the digestive 'orsraiis and nromote vig orous health -I - ... ..' ' I : !I Ayeb's u.ls have ljeen known for . more than a quarter of a century, and - -havo obtained v world-wide: reputation for their virtues. .-Thef correct dis eased action in the several- assimila--,tire organs of the body, and are so ' composed that obstrnction within ; their ranire can rarcrv -witnstana or"- - i . . i - t i ; ..t-A. A 1 : erauu liic-ui. out ouijr uuurc tm; the every-day complaints of every-" '' body, but also formidable tti& danger ous diseases that have baffled the best ; or human skllL 'While they produce J' powerful effects, Jthey are, at the same time,' the safest and oest physic for children. ' By thefaf aperient action they gripe much less than the common purgatives', and never give' pain when .1 . . .1 .1 . Lite uuwcu ore o -tuiiuiuvu. - jr reacn tne ntai ronntains or tne oiooa, and strengthen the system by freeing it from the elements "of weakness.- : Adapted to-all ages and conditions in all climates, containing neither calomel nor - any - deleterious drug, x . 1. V. . ,g .11.1., mj MA.U . . . . u... J by anybody. Their sugar-coating pre serves them ever fresh and makes them pleasant to take; while being purely vegctaUcv-no harm cau arise from their use in any quantity.-: 1 1 -. .u raxPAkzo bt ; '" ..'- '' Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Masi, - ' Practical anal Analytical Chemists. SOLO Br AUbRtH3GlS&"KvBTWHBBB. HIT A TTTTrtriT ' TTATTT T TT.. RESTORED. TeaaaaV J - naas awllHsMa af Tlf rAlvawwVallSl celebrmtea esbar on tha radical cure (without medl- . ctne,)1 of 81'EitVTORKHAX a or SeiulDal Wekietw. InTotimtary Seminal Loaca, Impotancy, Moml aad VhVStiaSal I taallaaa j I.V ImiMd I ITlrnU til SafsirHsrV eta - also ConBuntntlon. E pile pa and Flta, fnducad br self'icdtrigence or arxnal extraTegance, Ac, 'Tbe celebrated author. In this admirable eatay. ' clearly ileiBoaMrfttoaS from a thirty ytn' aseceaaful practice, that tbe alaruilnx cue sequence of telf abase may Im radically care witbout the da&sroaa oa of Internal medicine or' tbe application of tha . knife; pointing out a mode of care at occe aim pie, certain and (Tactual, by means of 'which every sufferer, no matter what his eajndltlon may be niay cure himself cheaDlr. Drlvately and mdlcailT. Staf"Thts Lecture will prove a boon to thouaaada ana tnonsanas. Sent under seal, fn a plain enrelop. to any addresn , ' poat-pald, onrectiptoi six cenu or 2 pottle stamps. Addreavthe FnbUshera, ":: Tio Culvorirell Hedicul Co., !-. 41 Ann St.. New York, P.O. Box 4586. f v Prrmu BjsttkL 903 3. CIrkSt,,t biemgo. tO- CPiHy, .11 rriv.tt Chronte tuHl Pemftle Diseaaea. A m work, price 69 oral bj wail,. MTBtsx . He or Katom, Pbvsd oVoay of HaiTiacr. Or rir of QsfBwrattofi, PisSamt mt VeMMat .sl Uavtt!aood; a wcsUth of, , tisofe im wlaM In.' 1 forisot, C iotervsai to both sum Nothing earasr to food texte ' cmisBltaMoa frcall Lsulicsi mod Oeatle- H -aVC, Mod MM dnr II for uaptsj of Immi nb.er rnoda, aud valaabV laforiBattoa bv exptvM. JCcllSV VleFwtaaleVilts, 5 fr t. Privato bome and naT for Ladica daring ooa- autioa aav.r before Ruismaaar- raauiy C OL1K, 3QS CtmrkSt. KEEP'S SHIRTS WASBTTTA SlUsLlW BEST IRISH JJSZ. 6 for Q ( artly-Mado Treaa Ji.V?. " h 1 rt onTv pi rn ftoama to Snlan. KsW COSTU3C SHIFTS, - ftaJnT - AUda to measure ewmalete. Wh .T J Aal.wttsi.lpiwicarrMwfta.ea aaltVl& 8c-na a.t.lrea on postal card foe .muM ctrctiHrs wllh dln-crloiislorseir-nieaanrcBient.. . ciuuwr UROTfl:lu,lM)W.tli StCInclnniH.fV -31 uuu i Agia. aura. , . C21UUvaaa.ba.ixwl. - A MONTH Gamanteeri: ' vl adar at home made br tbe Industrious. Capita ( , not required; we will tart yoa. Men. women. bo;a, glris, make money Xaehir at a-orlt for ns than mi ur. tbincelM. Tbe work la lluhr aod nieaaant. and aneh ' aa any one caa go rigm aw Tboae who are wise who . aee thia notice will aend us thrlr addresses at ence and aee for themserves. Costly Outfit and terms free. Now la tbe time. Those already at work are laying op large sums of. money-. Andreas THCJt dtCO., Augusts, slalne. S71X HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE ; . .; '. , (Beware ol Counterfeits.) The Most Powerful Healing . ; ' ' " Ajcent ot the Age..- C'a i . . Henry's Carbolic Salve cores the srontaaraa. - - . Henry-s Carbolic Salve allays the pain of barns. . Benry'e Carbolic Balve eujeaait eiupUona. : r. Henry-. Carbolic Salve baalapUaaleaandblotcbea. . , Henry's CarboUc Salve will beat cots sad braises. - Physicians give It the hiirheet' recommend- Henry's 1 Carboffc : Salve Is used extensively In Hospltala, aad la foond to be not only a tboroogh partner rsmd dUlafatsnt. bat alao tbe moat wonderful aad speedy healing remedy erer known.. .. .. . , ... :. -t j ) - .AskforHESnra, and take ao other. -! : St saw tt ' ' - G-oodPlan. The most profitable way of dealing In stocks Is by combining many ordera at eo operating tuem aa a -wbole. uiridlng proata pro rata among snare boldera, Ofl'ItT Ul. Uf Ia th n.a.V. n. ...VI. L .. . V. A...T..m. thnaaeenrea all the sdrantage. of Immense capital aad expeiiencad skill, and can oar aay amount, from ten dollars to tea thousand dol lara. or more. wlta equal proportionate euceeas. "TfewTork Stock Re porter' aad sew circular mailed fnse. Fall Informs -tlon for anv one to ooerata successfully. lswaiM a svi t mcuangs riace, . i. ai-aa ' aadte$ifa - 83.0.0 .v..'