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Thursday, March 11 18SO.
J.W.HOUQHTOIT, M.H.HOUGHTON, - aUHTOBS - It is Mid that Tildaa has pareaasad th Colombo Democrat and the Cleve land Plain Dealer. ' He ia going in with all he haa rot and will make a lively campaign for the prtaldency. The Tribue sent poatal carda to the Chairman of every Republican Com ntftte in each township in the Slate of Pennsylvania, with a view to ascertain ins-the art and aeeond choice for Presi dent of the leading Republican, and tea wetlng IBB ayamayy ef the action of the State Convention aa an Index to the preference of the people. In all 1,683 replies haTe been received up to Pen. 85la, showing a total of 1,213 lint choices for Senator Blaine, and 280 for General Grant. This may be regarded as pretty eoeclosiv as between Blaine and Grant In Ffcarnsylvaaia, that the people want Blaine; the politic!) Grant, - Petitions for a "Local Option" law are pouring into the legislator every day, till the number of namea has nearly or quite reached 75,000. vWould It not be well for as to determine first whether the statement made by a prominent member . of the bar is true or not. Tlx: that the leg. is! star has no power to make a law eon ditioned oa the vote of the people for iu validity and that all legislation for crime mast be eeneraL applicable to every portion of the state alike. By settling this question, Erst we may be saved mnch lone and expensive 1K1 gallon -and final disappointment. It teems to ns that if our legislature would ilaee ale. wine and beer among the in terdicted drlaks, abolish the law mak lug tt necesssry to prove the kind of drink sold in order to conviction and then giv towns and villages the privi lege of enacting the McConxellavill or dinance or something similar, tha cause of temperance would be advanced moie than bv a doubtful and uncertain local option law. We presume our legislature will give this subject sufficient attention so aa not to take the risk of givieg ns law that will prove vncoostitnUonal and Inopera tive. .. : - March Bib, 1890 Delaware political laws are attracting considerable attention at ine present time. Senator Bayard and is Demo cratic brethetea have so interpreted the laws, that unless the Federal authorities atep ia and right things, the state will be forever Democratic. The laws are that every man who is taxed is a voter. but they must be assessed and taxed be for they eaa vote. . Bayard a. Go , have so con trued the laws that they eaa refuse to ssarsi enough Republicans to keep the sUte Demooratic. The Republican are moving for their mats this time, and it would not be surprising if Delaware turns oat to be Republican on a fair vote General Logan has concluded bia learthy speech in opposition -to the res toratioo of Geaeral Fits John . Porter to tb army. The 8eaator spoke ably and carried conviction into the Deno cratie camp, and It is said 'hat la view of the growing unpopularity of the bill. tb Democrats will not dare pes It as prty measure.: His speech baa had a not bar effect, cota pli men tary to him and of honor to bia party, and taatisof bring lag bin prominently before the people aa a candidate for toe vice Presidency in ess Senator Blaine ahould carry off first honors. It would be a strong tick' et, Senator Carpenter will follow Sena tx: Logan ia opposition to restoration to-day. . - . Bowaad. OUB SXW TOBX IaBTTSB. Beaaty and Belligerent Braalliana uomoatiTs xoga in tjourt a. Cnrmihaliwtio Monkey A Dep - uty Sweetheart Uncle Bain Boating a Wily Widow Enoch Arden Seen and Raised Was it an Earthquake r ' ' March 5th, 1880 Two lively youag eras Ui ana of a vary too j" order, who are here aa atudeats,hava aeea arvmr tnemseives np ia a very a rain eulsh manner to tha worship of the Goddess oi lxve im we txoa vt war. iney toved each other, and then, their eympathetie na. tares lea Mens uotn io iove tne same gtrl snore than each other. Then they loved each other ao mora and decided udob the no- lite method for settling such eases In the snaps ox pisuois for two ana cone lor one. They wasted no seconds. One most die. In order to prevent tha survivor beior haled prison snd h an red ss s murderer, each- pre pared a letter addressed to the eoronor mis- latormror that official - that he committed suicide. The star of their destt- ny was to bo extlnruisoed In Blood with bis:, Mr, A. at Bethlehem, Fa. It so hap- penea ism is warn uunnawea ib a more prosaic manner. One oz the blood-curdling HHan nu iaw law swxtaa 01 uie young gen tlemea'a ruardlan. and he forthwith Inform ed the ponce. They promptly captured oaa nerv youm in ue sea oi paesmr s vallsa The other had already departed. Tha day snanrara a tsucsrraai waa the impatient young man i ring np the lamrd In sTe and renroachial words. 1 arterwara n leMaram waa miereepted from in as jfevnlejiem stir- Hew York In bitter The detectives said nothiar to the latterJbnt returned a meesare so say ne was aacx- tots erournt forth so other furious dirpatch stlrmatizing tha cap. Ura a a coward. The detectives sent on an. other ass tine; that ha was vary sick sad anoth er time and place must be appointed. The arrival In a staia of I may of Ltae eballenrer was us result ox mis move, ana tne detee tires calmly robbled their prey. They both rotscooaiaiktario.ny ice rouee justice. book hands and went off under the wing of tne uranuiaa tyonsui so aunt up ainerenl girls next time, for, ssd to say, tha adored . object cruelly went back on both of them uur su Derosa statesmen are aps to pro duce a rood deal of fu for others as well to antov It tbenascrrea. I latelv recorded the mutaal arresta of tee Btatea Island Dor- r aerossv. a ww otaer surniianes ot tnat rem of ssr harbor, an ex-Police Commit loner sad aa ox-assembly mna, have a rain dlstia rolshed themselves. Dor9rbtmr has been their peeollsr wesknaaa, and both prided thamialves on the tenacity of )aw of their canine lavontee. m suspute about a Uttla encounter where their respective dogs ware left la a condition aomethlnr like the famous BUiaeamy eats Me ta aa atrtna- In Court Barmy had the asweswdiare opened, howev er, whan the remains of what ease were aofrs prose sway from their keepers sad went at It tooth sad aalL There wasao pos- mww awmswar una naa ine ntsten lalaneT speetstors, lory, Uwyrrs sad ell lumped oa beaches sad desks to ahoo" them oa. Vainly did the Judre rap for or. der; no one paid tb astaileat sttcatioa to him, and hs then sdiourned the Court with dirnlty, aa aaoffleUlly partMpated m the tswna as maea glee as anybody Another animal of tha monkey persaseton has developed cannibal propensities. Th -mlssing link hss see sped rrom a stnsaum oa the Bowery, being tired probabiv of the so ciety of the dwarfs and giants, or perhaps, tantalised by the temping nvoportioas of the fat women, of whom the keepers would not let klm have even a little bite. The wise creature tha aacteat Eryptlass nsed to worship monkeys, ss do the Hindoos to-dsy wandered and became huncry. Ha en tered aa open third-story window and at tacked a woman who waa sew lug- by IU Per i baps he found bar too toUKh tor ho left her I after tasting her arose or less delicate cheeks , and next selected tor bttdtaner a tender cbtid. The monkey was. killed, hut the abild will die. - r- : ' : A aovel case las last eoma wo before one of our aniaor courts Aa "assUtaat lover," as am cua awn ff it, nees a oa&eonsi wen iiowi sporting cnarncter, aaeckarof aoaee trisns sad ottur athletes, for the amoaat of tduO and a suit of clothes. In conatdsratioo nf winning and wooing his girl tor him. i na iaoy was coy. ana ut sport wan uo- tonhtecHv a 'snua or a "inn." or "half- baked" at any rate ia amorous matters, so ha ensTagrd Ice plaintiff to tell hJm what to say, and how to say It, sad to write his love letters for him; and after tha elrl bad ac cepted bis nit. when she rot anifted" snd they naa a lovers quarrel, to patch up toe affair and make all smooth seals. The ehl a rstoer well uu and al toe-ether dcalcahle. The story ha made evervbodt lanzh but the poor fellow who ia called on to pay, and per haps will loose his vicariously won) beauty asess au. on may perhaps remember that two or three years aro. aa eccentric naturalised and very painouc American nv the name a Lewis, died over ia New Jersey and left sev end million dollars to Uncle earn. Then bis alleml widow, whom oobodv had ever heard of before, stepped In and claimed the whole r -Deny, or a any rata her dower rlitbl in IV Unite aa array of witnesses testified to the i tiered tacts, sad a certificate, apparently regular, was produced. It looked as U Uncle cam was rotor to lose the little windfall somehow or other It was expected that sll was not ncnt. ana on one pretext or anotn- er. in a rrantinr or letters ol administration to Mm. Lewis was denied. Then the con spirators, for it seems It wss all a conspira cy. Quarrel eo. as tnieves wui.do. over ine oi vlaloa of the spoils, before they rot them, and on the rule or ruin principle, let the eat out of the bar;, sirs. Lewis baa turned State's evidence, and her eompenloaa la the fraud are settlor dealt with by a Jersey Jury, wdicb we consider sera to na Quite a severe son oi a jury. Another naturalized Jerseymsn, wno thought himself married, but found that his wife hsd discovered that her former husband was not dead, thouru aha thourht ha was, concluded Unit the kindest and most onset flsh thing he could do would be to depart irom uese mucn mixed snores roe a poaatoiy better land, wrote a letter explainlnr his views, so he took laudanum and comforta bly died, tie wss a eerman by birth, a har ness manufacturer by trade, and somewhat practical, ue oia not ilka to tram in tnpia harness. Dark and drear was Friday morn, darkeat and moat dreary about elrht o'clock, when a lam number or our respected fellow cltl- aens Inalsted that there was an earthquake, and that they distinctly felt IL Others pooh- poohed it, and mere la war in uotbam. and the auestlon Is rxcitlnr almost as mueh In lerest as tha famous Fifteen' Puixla. - There Is ran exaneratloa. it Is believed, la some of the statements. For instance. It has been tald that" tha church steeples locked- and Trinity's chimes pealed forth without a hu man belinnrer. una war. as ina tsii lower of the Tribune trembled, far up aloft the eurls of the young editor wildly - waved. Thla last statement moat be Incorrect, for that Industrious snd exemplary youcr consumes- too much midnUrnt raa to be able to ret up ao early. One explanation Js that the observers of toe phenomenon naa taking; too many astronomical obeewatioaa overnight through the bottom of tumblers, and the oscillation of their nerves when the skies were darkest, led to a scientific confu skin or ideas. . naoix. Zate Kewra Votes.' . At Elyrta, a large bsrn belonging to Albert Ely, containing walnut lumber valued at $1,500 was burned on , the morning of the fttb. . Over 600 name were appended to petition . presented for local option tbe Bib. Tbe totsl number tow . ia must rr present at least 60,000 names. Superintendent Job of the Cleveland Bethel, has been Investigating the esses of street beggsrs in Cleveland, and can not find oue who la not an Impostor by profession. 1 f v - Rev. Kathso. Sites, a Methodist ml alonary in Cltina, and known to some of oar readers,- wss sttacked and beaten by a mob while quietly walking in th streets of a cl'y.three days Journey from Foocbow, and would have bee a delib erately drowned, but for the accidental arrival and Interposition of a magi trste, who barely succeeded In saving bis life. Rev. R. C. Dulln, pastor of tbe Pre byerisn Church at Congress,' Wayne coauty, has been the subject of a very slanderous sttsck, written by a Demo erst and publUhed in the Ashland Press. The members of hi Church re sent It with indignation, and declare that the whole ground of abue Is th- psetor's being a sealous Republican. The rupture between George W. Nichols, President or the Cincinnati Musical College, and Theodore Thomas, Director, has resulted in the resigna tion of both the sbove nsmed gentle men of their respective offices. The truster declined to scept tho resig is tion of the President, end uniteJ In i very eompliiuentary acknowledgement or bis services and faithfulness to tbe interests of the college, while they ac cepted that of the Director, whose ability as a musician thry . reoog nine, but on account of bis unpleasant temper and Impracticable business Ideas, they thought his services of less importance to the college than those of Mr. Nichols. There is a variety of opinions held by the respective friends Of escb, and by the press cf Cincin nati and New York; but the majority take th view held by the directors. and are willing to dispense with the services of Mr. Thomas out of regard for the best interests of the college. A counter-movement is being attempt. ed by the friends of Mr. Tbomss, by buying the capital stock of the institu tion to sufficient smount to control the election of trustees, snd then under different administration reinstate Mr, Thomas Jsnd permit him to manage It according to bis own ideas. II is wife is very much opposed to returning to New York, and It Is quite probable that his sdmirers will rally to his sup port and manage to keep him there. It Is very doubtful, however, about bis being able to make a success of th un uertaklrrjr, and It would seem wise to allow him to depart now, rather then rifk any further results of his passion snd conceit and autocratic disposi tlon, . Ma. Enrroa : -Dear bir: Are the civil officers in town like ours obliged by lw or uago to mke public statements cf their offi cial business? A defluite answer will oblige many. We have been handed tb above" with a request to answer through the col urn ns of the fcxraaraisB. The queer on is too general to be answered briefly. but w will try to cover the ground and If we do not meet the cas will try again. It has been com yean since e have given any attention to the law on this subject an J it is possible changes may bay been made, bnt our recollec tion Is thatthe clerk of the township, th clerk of th corporation, and th clerk ef th school board are each re quired to give a detailed statement of the receipt and expenditures made each year for the township, corpora Hon, and school purposes respectively, which report nay be mad either through a newspaper or by posting (n some public place. It la of course un derstood that the official boards with which each of. these officers are eon. nected, will be apprise I of ihecbnd tloa of tbeir nuances as often as may be required, bat publication for the benefit of tax 'payers must be mad on or before each annual , election in April. .The treasurers of these several official boards 'are required to have a settlement with the clerk, showing condition of funds in their bsnds, but the duty of making these statements publlo devolves on the clerk. All other officers who msy by law be intrusted with tbe collection snd dis bursemeut ef money, must make a sUtement'4ndexhIbIt 'vouchers 'for fuods expended, otherwise the clerk would not have tbe necessary data on which to found bis report, but any failure on their part to do so must he inquired into by tbe trustees, the school board, or the council as the case msv be Their responsibility In this matter cannot be shifted by saving thht such officers nrrlect or are unwilling to re port.-1 The responsibility is with them, snd It Is tbeir duty to see thst every officer discbarges bis duties according to law. The law holds any such bodies guilty for failure to correct any Irreg ularities of officials under their juris diction. We bsve been somewhat ex plicit on this poiut, because we bsve heard frequent complaiot by parties of neglect of duty, for which they were plainly at fault, since they could have had such reports by Insisting on them, as it was their duty to do. Muster Boll of 6th Company, A muster roll of the 8th Company, 2d Regiment, 3d Brigade, 9th Division, Ohio Militia, which company waa or ganized In Hontlnzton. The roll is an w furnished us by iu lae .captain, John F. Chanman. It has no date, but is not far from forty years ago. Captain, Alvin C. Messenger; Ensign John P. Chapmen. ' , . SXnOXaJITS.--' ' James M. Clark, Chester Loomls, Lyman B.Sprague, Turner S. West. " coaroEAtA. : B. TT. ITtckok, Austin Chapman, Abel Perkins, Wm. June. aicsiciAXS. : Milton Biker, ' Calvin Salsbury, Milton D. Perklne, Olney Ronnd, Wm. Ktlsey, , Perry Baker, Alonso B. Sage. . ; r-KIVATKS. -. Erastus Gibbs, Abner Chspman, Charles Chapman, Elijah Smith, Jlpe Johnson, George Smiley, ' Wm. P. Chapman, Anthony Laborle, Sylvanus Bliss, ' Horatio Snow, Wilbnr Chapman, Daniel T. Bush, Justus Ed wsrds, reter Strickland, Hiram Whfon, Wm. S. Preston, Horatio Beater, 2f . A. Nooney, Lyman C. West, Nathan Calkin, 1 P. Hock eu smith, Judah Miner, Hamilton Fisher, DelosPbelon, . ' Nanam Clark, ' Samuel Sage, Stephen Strickland T. H. Tlicknk, Mason D. Smith, L NorrU W. Bartlctt, Ambrose Io Cook, C. R. Sage, Philetus Smith, Oliver Baldwin, Norma B. Griggs, John McCreery,. Jclin W. Wilbur, : Grasoa Bliss, Dsnlel Edwards, John Btiby, ' Wm. Gunn; -Geo. W. Lasheis, Sam'l D. Bradner, O. B. Rjslng, 1 Allen Kelsey, " James Sogers, . Edward West, John Treenisn. Li It.' Morley, John C. Kliigfdcy, Curtis Strlcklaud, John T.'BuyIi, Tbos.- FitsPatrick, John Smith, Sam'l O. 'Rogers..,, i Nathan Chapman, Horatio N. Norton, O. T. Baker, Elisha M. Lyon, . Wm. C. Lamorle, ,' Benjamlu Pratt, Henry G. Parker, J. Patterson, John Crosby, Ell B. Prltcbard, Alonso Barber, Oscar Magoon, Wm. H. Booa, J as. Cunningham, Samuel Hoadley, Ueman Dwd, Zeph. Sprague, Henry YelU, ';; John I. R gers, Chsunoey Dodge, Zimrl Cok, . Phil. Blakelee, Rufus Norton, Joseph B. Ferris,"1 Wm. L. Lyon, Zera Ensign, , Daniel Pratt, Calvin LeonAi-d, . Smith BeckUy, ' Alex, parrow, Henry T. Wells, Alphi n : Seward, Samuel G. R-gers, James Bickuell, Aaron Wolcott, . George Foot, E. P. Stead man, Herkemer Snow, ' Martin L. Sage. Aaron Walton,- Oliver ManUy, Wm. Nooney, v Daniel Tillotson, Elijah Clsrk, . George Rogers. COMMUNICATIONS. ELYBIA. aaananmmn ' , 1 March 9th, 1880. '. Fsther Molon, of St. Mary's Cstholic Church of this city, is dsngernusiy til Mr. M. Strsus, the Oberlln dry goods man, has entered into partnership with his nephews, the Messrs Kupfers, and will occupy the old Starr stand. Mr. John A. Cross, our sggresslve agricultural implement dealer, sold his furniture lsst Saturday at auction, pre paratory to moving. West. No sooner does the sheriff, get to Co lumbus with a batch of prisoners, than Oberlln brings forward other aspirants for penitentiary honors. PITTSFIELD. March th, 1880. Died at tha resilience of Mr. Ira E Whitney, on the 81 Inst, Mrs. Mary Stocker. aged 83 years and 10 months. The remains were born to their last resting place by alx nephews of the de- deased, all brothers. C. C. Baldwin conducted the services. Mud is doing some good, as one dsy last week some of our citizens, tired of being mud bound, turned out snd built a mile of sidewalk, west from the Cen ter. Sugar making - slow; whest looking well; hay short, corn ditto. M. HUNTINGTON. March 8, 1880. Moving time has come and tramps are on the wing.- T. O. Phelon loat a valuable horse. Mondsy, of heart disease.' F. D. Ward's scbooi closed last week. snd he returns to tb Ada Normal Academy soon. ' Mr. Ward has already acquired a aiga reputation a a teacher. yet he Is not content - to stop abort of the summit. Elmer Kitchen closed a successful term of school in District No. 9, and goes to-dsy to Deonison University for a thorough course. . Jblmer Is a promising youth, aad w msy safely look for his nstn high niton th roll of honor. Rev. J.rrT. Miller, of Michlgsn. is visiting b retreats ia Huntington. Jtany lu our community are sick. "8. SULLIVAN. March 8th, 1880. The boom we mentioned in our last. is in the shape of two new stores, one to be kept by sir. rsnr numpurey ana the other by Mr. W. P. Persona. Th atter ia now open, ana is a neat uitie store. Mr. Perrons keeps a gene si stock, and wilt buy produce of all kinds. Mr. Humphrey Is fitting np nis store, and will open about the firtt of April. A. 8. Clark has opened a general re pair shop, in W. F. Person's store. Bring on ' your clocks, watches and jewelry, and bsve them repaired in good shape. P. W. Friak has purchased the house on Booth Msin street, formerly owned by Ass Reed; also, tb house nowjoccupi d by Julian Chandler, belonging to the old Chamberlain estate. Mrs. M. B. Psrnacly of Dayton, O., is visiting friend in Sullivan. Sullivan haa another boom; It is In U form of a baby, who lately made his ap pearance over in the northeast corner. This child can boast of four fathers liv- Ine. vlx.: fsther, grandfather, great- grandfather, snd great-great grandf all er, and they are all good bberman men . ULD bOLOMOX. Treoa. Fruit, shade, ornamental of all vari eties and rrsies. C. W. Baker or Palnesville, O., who has been selling snd delivering stock from tbe nursery oi S to its A Harrison of that place is re ceiving many words of commendation for the very excellent quality' of his trees. His customers uniformly ex press entire sstlsfaction with both qual ity and prices. Ho will continue to canvass lo this vicinity all winter and will fill orders taken, next Spring. Reserve your orders until he calls on ou and gives you prices. 8 -Im rurrvFFit?0 MILlal aw' ,! 'norr.- mow iWCfcrfcVA ULiESTER, , W. HOUGHTON Optician. Velliafftoa, OMo. For Sal. 2 noiiMss and L"ta, at $500 each. 4 Uouses and Lots, at COO each. ' 2 Houses and Lota, at o00 each. 4 Houses and Lt, at 1.000 each. 6 Houses and Lm, at 1,800 each. 8 ITouses and Lot, at 1,500 each. 2 Homes and Lot, at 1.CO0 eat-h. 2 Houses and Lois, at 2,000 each. - 2 Houses and Lots, at 2,500 each. ' 5 Houses and Lots, at 2,000 each. 1 House and Lot, at 4,000. ' 3 Farms at (43 per acre. 7 Farms at 50 per acre. 2 Farms at 55 per acre. 1 Farm at CO per aero. 1 Saw Mill at $1,000. - M OU ROW & CO. Jan. 1. '80 8.n:. Gasoline Stoves. I am now the authorized agent for the Consolidated Gasoline S.ove Com pauies, uow under the head ol Hull Va por Score Co., of Cleveland, comprising TUE LEADER! . : TUE HULL PATTERN ! HOUSE KEEPER'S FRIEND! ECLIPSE! CRICKET! an1 all o:her stove lamps and fixtures ahich they insnufacturc. 'lliee stoves sre on xhlbltion at my pljce of business. A. L. DEWEY, Ayer's Sarsaparilla For Scrofula, and all Roso or St. An thony's Fire, Eruptions and 'Eruptive diseases of the skin, Ulcerations of the Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, Lungs, Pirn- pies, jrustuies, jjoiis, BlotcheSjTumors, Tet ter. Salt Rheum. Scald Head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores, .Kneumniisni, -Neuralgia, i'ain in ine Hones, Side and Head, Female Weak ness, Sterility, Lcucorrhoca. 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 StillingiaMan drake,Yelkw Dock with the Iodides of Potassium and Iron, and is the most efficacious medicine yet known for the diseases it is intended to cure. Its ingredients aro so skilfully combined that the full alterative effect of each is assured, and whilo it is so mild as to be harmless even to children, it is still so effectual as to purge out from the system those impurities and corruptions which develop into loathsomo disease. The reputation it enjoys is derived from its cures, and the confidence which prominent physicians all over the country reposo in it proves' their experience of its usefulness. Certificates attesting its virtues have accumulated, and are con stantly being received, and as many of these cases arc publicly known, they furnish convincing evidence of the superiority of this Sarsaparilla over every other alterative medicine. So generally is its superiority to any other medicine known that wo need do no more than to assure tho public that tho best qualities it has ever possessed aro strictly maintained. MM PA BED MY Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., frmeUeml mm Jtmmtyttml Ossntsfs. sou sr all Daooanrrs Dr. MOTPS LIVER PILLS. TUB OUBAT CATHARTIC VBQlTABLS KKetTLATOB. Thry rectify torpMlurof ibe Llrar. Thry gin (one to tha Stomach. Tbt-y set. wliaaat grtrtam. assn tha sowssv, Xnof mnsra b la fmn the Moss. Thy parlfy. rsffaiau. and tavtcwate the assy. TBAVaXKBS, spsrtany to fortixa eoaauim and the Troptea. rbe.e elsoniera of ihs Llrar sad Bovala are rerv rarkat, abvald always ssny a haa at Mot a nna vitbttae C 1 so-eow-ly. DRaCLmAX HrjoorriyN? INDIAN D LOO D SYRUP IsWiUq, 77 W.:.!t,Ie ItrkCilj. iTBaoa auaxi Tfbi Best Sexoddy Knows to 2&af Dr. Clark Johnson haying- associated himself with Mr. Bdwta Eastman, an sacanad captive, long n alare to waaaasssaia, uw meweine aaan or u, Cosaanchea,ianowpiaparedtolaadhlsaid In th Introduction of the wondsrfnl remedy of that tribe. Taeexperieoeeof Mr. Eastman halnjr ataUlar ta that of Mrs. Chsa. Jooss and son, of waahlngtoa thrllliBfrlr narrated la the 2r Kara Um-mtf of Dee. lota. 1878, tha facta of which are so widely known, ana so nearly panuiei, inai oat nuie naa tie, ef Mr. Kastmau s exparieaees wUl be flraa bcrs. They are, however, pnbliahed In a neat vot ama oi-300 paces, entitled, "Seven and Nine Yearn Among, the Comanehea aad Apaches, of which mention will bs mads hereafter. Balfiee It to say that for asreral years, Mr. Eastmsn, while S can tire, was eompeUrd to gather tha roots, trams, barks, herbs and hemes of which Wskawatkia's mrdicine waa ntsde,and is still nreparatt to pro. vide the Saara materials lor ue aneeassrui moo. actios er ine menicsiM so us worn, ana mm the public that tha remedy la tbs same aw whan WakamoUJa compelled him to mak U . Waku&atUa. the Kfrdlcdna Haa Kethteff has bean addsd to the msdidne and nothing has been taken away. It la withes donhS us Baar Punirm of thaBioosand Kaasnaaaf the Svamat ever Known to man. Thla Syrap po vaHsdpronsttlss. It aesa awwat thia Uwr, It acta saos thta atldaeva It iwcalaSas ts Boweia. It wartflan tata alloosl. It 4 alesa tho Nervens Ijataas It araaaotas DtgeaUon. It Noaxlshiea, alrsAsrtsiasvs aaA t earrlaa off thta oiabloadlaBSl Haw, It opens th porea mtt thta aklm. tuaelaeea HasOtstjr raiwplntlaaw m It neutralises the hereditary taint, or poison ta the blood, which rensreue ttcroraiaJSryslpelas, aad allmannsr of skin dlsssss sad Internal hnmsra. a There are no spirits employed in Its niaanfeetar and It can be taken by the most delicate babe, at by tbsaged and feeble, sen snsj Sana i is'is vf -r'.fr".- A s Edwin Eastman in Indian Cost una. Ssvzx Alto Km Tsana Aaona van Oowaxcnaa MB Ancin. A neat volume of 300 pageav beinx s simple statement of the horrible I sets connected with the sad massacre of a helpless f amilr. and the captivity, tortnraeand nltimala escape oi its two aarviviugmemoera. wot saai brour scents s-enerslhr. Fries SI. 00. The incidents of the maaaacra, briefly aaiiatad. are distributed br aventa. rau off chares. Mr. Infmin. being almost constanUv at th Wsst, engaged In gathering and caring tha materi als or wojcn tne meaicine is compossa, uesowj business management devolves upon Dr. Jonnson. and the remedy has been called, and ia known a Dr. Clark Johnson's INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER. PriaafIaaottlas ....... tL. MMSfamaUSottlsa - M Band the voluntary testimonials of perssma wha hare been eared by the nse of Dr. Clark Johnson's ssfiiaawooa nyrnp, in ronx own wuaj, Testinionlali of CiTes. A Vary Exoalloat Madlolaa. CLZvauurD, Carahon Co.. O, lMf AV.wBelnr traobled with P. In in the Back aad Kidneys, and scaldine; of the Urine, I rommencea using tne great ssteuam Hlee Syrvia, which naa giren me great relief, can recommend it aa a very valuable remedy. Mas. K. B. EGGERDIN GER. Liver Coanplalat. Nobwalk, Slaroa Co., O. Dtar Sir? Being troubled with Lirer Com plaint, I tried numerous remedies without re lief. At last 1 At last I waa induced to trr Your India. Btaael dyrwp, a short trial ot which cured I hsve also aeen its beneficial results ?: my friends, and can, therefore, recom r. aeendit. Mas. N. WHEELER, of tba Ximmr suad IJvwr. Manspiklo, Richland Co., O. Drmr SirZ hare used your excellent In. SUani Blwael Syria a for Diseases of the Lungs and Lirer, and have received such bene fit from it that I would not be without the med icine for tea times its coat. J. DOUGLASS. Another SttaTerer. ;M AitsriBXD, Richland Co., O. Dtvr 5fV-Htvinr used vopr Indian Blowsl STraa with very beneficial results, I caa recommend it to be a lirst-clasa remedy. A. MORROW. tinsf nasftuxi. fi w V - Hi - a. ' Msxiniui, Richland Co., O. Dtar Sir : I eras troubled for a long time with Asthma and I-ung Disease, and after taking- your valuable I ndiam Bloael Syrap I was greatly relieved. IIEXRV BEAM. - All that it ia Reoontmeaded to Be. hajursriSLO, Richland Co., O. Vwr5iVs-I have used your reliable Indian siloed My rap and lound it to be just ss rec ommended. It cured me of Lung Afiections. HENRY WEATIURBY. Dropsy Ctusi, m BBXLaviLLB, Richland Co., O. JXear Sir? About five years ago I suffered from Dropsy, and a dccply.acttled Consumptive Couorh.accomnanieri with'Sick Headache. Your Indian Blood Symp curtrd me, and saved me scores of dollars. Mas. MARTHA REID. Sare Car for Lirsr Complaint. Bbllbvillb, Richland Co., O. Drar Sir! This ia to certify that I have used your I ndlan lilawd syrap for Derange ment of the Liver and Blood, and it effectually Cured me. Mas. SAMUEL SHAFFER. Zdvar Complaint end Dyspepsia. Blupstox, Allea Co., O. Dtmr Sir? I was afflicted with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for ten years, and a short trial of your Indian Blood Syrap has given me more relief than all tbe doctors' treatment 1 have received during that time. T. WILLIAMS. . A Good Blood Paxil! ar. KifcST, Wyandotte Co., O. Aa Sirrt have used your excellent I a. dian Blood fetyrnp for Impure Blood, and have been much benefitted thereby. 1 can also say that for Loss of Appetite it haa no equal. REBECCA KIRBY. 3 al d -tri n, Laundon & Co. Special Peurcolrin IN EVERY Depart mo n T You can rxuke jour ssleo tions from as choice line of Black Cashmeres, olored Cashmeres, Black Dress Silks Colored Dress Silks, Worsted Dress Goods, Velvet Trimmings, Brocade Silkst Pehin 'Satins, Trimming Silks Ladies' Cloaks, Ladies' .Dolmans, , Ladies' Circulars, .Wool Shawls, Paisley Shawls, Waterproof Cloths, Beaver Cloakings, Woof Blankets, Cassimeres, Ladies' and Aliases' Furs. . Ladles1 Gents' aad Children's Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Handkerchiels, Em. broideries, . Children Knit Wool Sacqaea In all alaes. We have a nice line of choice new prints. All other goods at the low est prices possible. Any one iu need of dry goods or no tion , will find it to their ad vantage to call aud see us be fore purchasing, as we are pre pared to give some of the best bargains ever offered. . We are headquarters for Shelf ' Hardware, Groceries, Lamp Goods, Beady-made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, and Gents Furnish ing Goods. Full Suits made to order by experienced workmen, and satisfaction guaranteed. We have the largest stock of Holiday Goods ever offered in this market. Parties contem plating purchasing, are invi- ed to look over our assortment. Baldwin, Laundon & Co EXG-HM.ES ! Pa li d f The finest and cheapest Dress Bhlrt mads a the world. This wonderful Inventloa slves a bosom a handsome. shape, aad Is so placed upon the shirt thst It caab wors fd a week without break or'wrlakl. For ssle only bj BAXDWIN, LAUNDON at CO., WsUlBftoa, Okie. Riff BOTTOM EBTGES! ! QUAS,AUTBEE! wellingto What they ssy of It! A few facts lor the people. There, are but' few prepa rations of medicine which have withstood the Impartial judgment of the people for any great length of time. One of these Is Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Bead the following and be convinced : "I have bein afflicted with rbenmatim for the last ten years, and have tried many remedies without any relief, until I tried Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, and since then have had no attack of It. I would recommend It to all." A. Msy bee. Merchant, Warkwortb, .writes: "I have sold some hundreds of bottles of Eclectric Oil, and It Is pronounced by tb publlo 'one of the best medicines they have ever used and It has done wonders In healing and relieving pain, sore tbrohts, etc., and Is worthy of th greatest confidence." Joseph Kussn, Township of Percy, writes: "I was persuaded to try Thomas' Eclectric Oil for a lame knee which troubled me for three or four years, and I never found anything like it for curing lameness. . It is a great public benefit." A. M. Hamilton, War k worth, writes: "For weeks I was troubled with a swelled ankle, which annoyed me very mnch. Mr, Ha?bee, of this plsce, induced me to try Ecltcirie Oil, and before one bottle was used I was cured; It Is a most remarkable medicine." . . . . Sold by all medicine dealers. Price 60 cents and f 1.00. Sold in Wellington by Everett 4 Starr. Wholesale by Strong, Cobb 4 Co., Cleveland, 0. - ; -;i . Prepared only by FOSTER, MILBUKX ACO., Buffalo, K. T. Saceassors to S. N. TnOlfAS, Phelps, N. Y. , ..- .; ? . HoTK.EcUi i Selected and Electrised. - Free Gift to an Who Suffer With mteumatiain , Paralyaja, neu ralgia, Herroua and Sexual Debil ity, General IU Health, Wasting, Decay, Urinary Diaaaaea, Spinal Diaeaeea, Dyapepela, Xto Xto to whom wUl be seat say Book oa Medi cal Reotrtoity, aad Electro Galvanic Belts, world renew ned for their sue oess la saving many valoabl liveg, by Curing all Chronio Diaeaaea. Send oymptoms aad Stamp for Diagnosis to Sr. O. W. TOBBSS, 174 W Foortn Street, Cinoinnati O. My. Ml JTni aosnaa warns, w bkk i If nrf I CUn.VsBwtksysriWOntniss.WnisaSsSn Mtteiiwsttaiie.Di.j.x.Taw.M.LKlt.as CC30t-r f"JftA MONTMI aOBfTS VAjmDI van US iniAtaSsilasW.,Miai toAJAT IROISOl.BstJah.hkk KlXE!IJiiOlfe!.0tii. ii ami, a, sms. no jit nan im. ran 1 1. M ,lval , wilriff !. m Sak rw. ih r..atus r.. i a simI P.m : I MiwdaM - r i rwm nwwrt I iSHrw nan I m ssa ssv i KMr I lyWrta rsnl la fml. Ss rasrr; I (JS Sssk tkat (aasjr Pill. Mt Sw gliMisg tisss, flMg aWhsf . fWI a mmt tain mti ill seat for 1 (bmss, sravj caioa swos cw Or say etssr kind, yea esa Sis asai'sil!wlta ear JTew aToalsssM ss thst tt will est Mrttmf thaa BSMS Th. t..ta will ail remala of eousl mmA l,Pi Otnst V-ea an raeetjK mf e.SO to say SVaatt srastca sns S m iMshHIdisienii aaarsM J aX MOTM sV SSO., jrass SV Vim ksva hnalrd. ft bttan Smet ... ear Masbias wao m; Uk) seald est Uke (a for it. Oct. 16, '7, lp. Tlao T7niveroil Pile Pills ! Science"at last Irinmpliant ! The Problem Solved ! Piles, or Hemorrhoids, y ; Permanently and safely cured No Mercurial, Anodyne, Astrin gent or Mineral Poison used in the enre. P. "E. SMITH & CO., Sole props,, Middlebury; Vt. J. W. Houghton, Agent for "Wellington. TRY THESE PILLS. iu. F. Kewsptper Adverttsins; Barswa IIS lpiwco BtreetKwaeie acivrr. tialns contracts may na taaoa sor u xu Townley's Toothache .dnodynt CVKS8 IN OXS MUTOIE. at Piaalwlsas s sow-ly I have oa of th 1 surest and most complete stocks of first-class Harness, Saddles, Trunks, Bags, etc., ever shown ia Wellington, which I am offering at very low prices. Also a fine variety of second hand harness, at reasonable rates. Those in want of them should give m a call. I as nothing but first class material throughout, and employ only tho best workmen. All work done under my supervision. ' J. M. OTTEKB ACKER . - SEE, tares I I linn -Att rr n, Oliio. SoU'o SsOkwoiii, FOR THE XUNQS w .n . Coafbs, Oeltta, Pneaoiea.laV Bronehitla, Aathrns, Cirweiw ?v vTnop1nsr Ceaclt - - and all Diseases of the assaying Organ. Th Lending Bpeata far OeassjnTilaav It sooths aadksals flw mambna ef to laaga, lafiamsd aad yolseaed by the aUisss, aad prevents the aljritt-swaats aast ttgh aetosa the cheat waiea nssosiwaay tt. CONSUMPTION is aot aa laonrabl auhntT, lata oaty aw. essay to bar U right BALSAM Is thstraavsdy. DON'T DXaTATJt Ot KXLIZT.fot tale bselga spasUe win ear jea, svaa fsiagn profsaslcaal aid fafls. A MAM 01" STIDBKOI has base arrnaialatlag dsatag a fmioi of THIRTY TIAM, tweibsg tee etmoasy f la an mssasss wbars ta Tarsal, Casat aad Laaga are sAsetwlt savl sasywtac the sbV nnvtVaamwaisntnvaisn aM by tae Public and th SMdlsel vmdmmUm. BeUtoT aDDraggiBUv ea4y, . HENRY'S CARBOUC SALVE (Beware of CoMtarfsssl ) .. -.. The Most Powerful Hwling Agent of the Ac. OsrbsUs Salve share On aataf 1 Seary-s CarboUe Salra earsa an i nenry-t caiastts Salve I Beary-a CarboUs Salve will heal l - Pnysicinnagty tt ta abraast i euonn. ,, Henry's CarboUe Salre thlnjr rle. The -work Is Uaht saS slrsssst. ana i as any one eaa ao riant as. Those wno are wise sre tuis notice win seas as tnrir addressee a eaea sndseefurtliemservea. Costly QntSt sad tuns rise. Kow Is tne t.ms. Those already at work ars laynte np larse sams of ssonsy. Address THUS CO.. Aairesu. htalne. - STli- vlt500SwfesS make asers thaa asuaat state above. Wo one ran fall to nuke asoaey fast. Any oeecaadothework- Toaeaaraaaka traaa Srty eents to two dollsrs aa hour by devottae year ev.. Biors sod -pare 1me to tLla hmtnrM. it eoste aath ' Ine to try tne ba.lBBsa. Noibina like It far nniir n.ktBc ever offered before Baalaeaa plsaisat aad strictly honorable. ReadVr, If yoo wsntlo know au aoeot tno oct paytos eosiiiesi oerors tio paous, hh b yoar address aao we wl I sead yoa fall aaniealara andnrtvala teimsfreai sSKDles worth S5 ana flse- t.o can 'nra make np your mfsd for roi.rsell. Adj dress UEUUoK BriNSOM CO.. PorOsBd. a.tss. ov-sy Too esa devote sll yoar ttnss or only year spars sine to tbe business, and auks area pay for ovary hoar that voa work. fur special private terass and sarUealara, watch we mall free. SS OntSt free. Don't consists sf bar uraea wnen yon nave snea a sBsaea, aaarsaa a il.MTT ATA. SaMliU. W.Ika sjs.i PATENTS acd bow to obtain them. Paraphle tree, anon receipt of Brsmp for p age. Addreaa OILMOBS, SMITH S$ CO. shHshsiieri i m, A WANTED lil s w Lndik IS MIM kss, at win sum swstssr w t IPS s ' - VfshMsMa nnsad iilanalialr ta WiasSlsn, aa n Ssaat sa fee not aaly a IhiaoasS paHSw aaS anhrtnawal. hot else tne BssstweaoarralsaS sasaar hasans lesasay ever kaowa. - . ak tat amri aaS svka ao ataaa, - ss-eow-ir -:-- t -j -, SC f MOUTH Oaaraarssa. t li II ISiSadayatlionw a-ads kr M MM IttjelBSastrioas. Oasnal BDOtrrqulred; sre will start K WT.EK ta yoar own town, sa no capital risked. Ta esa atrS 1. the baataeaa atrial wttaoat sa W m W pease. Th beet opportanliy aver I offered to those Willie- ta work. 11 Yoa should try a.lhlns slat aaOI r -r joe see fur yoarsslf what yoa sa do at the busnieas we oner, bo reset to exstais aero.