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Thursday, March 24, 18S1.'
-. W. HOUGHTOI, M. H. HOOGHTOI, IdUors. i Th probabilities are daily increasing tba an extra session of Congress will oon be called, probably aa soon as May. IUt. Db. Totabt Geo; Grant's for mer pastor says that Mr.! Grant pre ceeded Mrs. Hayes as a prohibitionist at the White House. . Clark linos, the sculptor, took a plaster cast of the features of Senator Carpenter after death and will make a bast from it for the Congressional statu ary hall. Gn. Gbabt has decided to resign the Presidency of the "World's ; Fabr Commis sion., oa account of the indifference manifested by the people of New Yoik. He thinks it is time the work was begun but as- yet no preparation has been made. At the late session of the Farmers Institute In Elyria, Secretary Chamber lain was asked what he thought of the Bohemian oats, and replied . that he thought they were worth about as much as other oats. ' Farmers will " make a note on iC Us. J. Btaklxt Bbowst who managed the correspondence ' of Gen. Garfield through the last campaign has been se lected for the President's prirate secre tary. He is said to be a courteous, ob liging gentleman and entirely competent to fill the position. Feed Dotolam is to be United States Marshall of the District of Columbia for the next four years,' so those newspaper wiseacres who were going to hare him sent on a foreign mission to some far off country to get rid of the embarrassment in official circles caused by his color have again proren themselTes to be false prophets. Tkb operation of the township school system, which it is proposed to make general in the Etate by the Dial Bill, has been tried in some parts of the State and a practical test of the plan proves that the school money goes farther and the school year ia longer and in every way more efficient than under the pres ent plan. Is the trial for right of way of W. 4 L. E.R. R. across F. B. Hartley's farm which was noticed last week, the jury made up its verdict as follows:. Value of land appropriated 8 acres, $640 83, barn that will have to be moved $50 00, damage to value of farm $3,381 SO; to tal $3,071.93. The company was repre sented by Judge Cochran, Judge Lewis of Uedina and J. II. Dickson; Mr. Manly by E. G. Johnson and Geo. P. Metcalf. The company gave notice of a motion for new trial. ' - South Carolina will vote on a con stitutional amendment next August to prohibit the manufacture and sale of in toxicating ' liquors. If this should be come a law and be enforced it will be good-bye to the Democratic rule in that State, for who ever heard of the Demo cratic party or any section of It being snccesfully run on cold water.. The thing is preposterous. -The party at large will of course 'in the interests of self preservation take measures to de feat the amendment.- Tb decision of the court ia the rase of Topliff & Ely v: I. IT. Topliff which has lately been on trial before Judge Hale, is thfit the plaintiffs cannot recover back: the royalty they have paid, bat will be required to pay from the date of the last payment up to the 13& day of Sep tember 1879, at which date they gave the defendants notice that they would pay no more royalty. The cases of Topliff vs. Topliff & Ely in the injunction asked to prevent the defendants from continuing to manufacture was refused. linen as of Congress say that when they get a place for one office-seeker they make one Id grate and twenty ene mies, and are need to receiving letters from among the intelligent constituency after this style:- . "Ton bar deceived me. .. Ton wrote that you could not set me a place, and now 1 learn that yon have Just proeared Jono a place with a salary of. a thousand dollars. Ton ain't It to represent our district In Congress. Ton do nothing for our people. At the election 'I shall work against you, and so will all my friends."' How. J axis Hojrnox has been men tioned aa likely to be given the position of consul to Brazil. ' He is every wsy worthy . and would fill the plaoe with credit to the country, but we regard the office as anwortby his abilitesand worth, and if we were President we would .' see to it that he had an appointment better suited to his tastes,: and in which bis scholarly attainments and long experi ence ' in. public ', life might be made available for the publio good. , If not otherwise suitably employed we feel as sured that Ohio with her accustomed appreciation and . generosity will yet give him a place of honor. He may yet be needed for governor of Ohio, who knOWSf Madams Aha Bishop is sixty-seven years old, and though her voice has lost much of the vigor and freshness of its earlier years, she is said to bo still a wonderful singer by reasons of her un surpassed culture and training. At seventeen she became the wife of him whose name she bears 8lr Henry Rowley Bishop, being then fifty-one years old and professor of music at Oxford. She be gan her publio career' at twenty-three, singing for years the music of Handel, Hadyn, Mosart, andBeihoven, and study ing modern operatic music later. ' She has snng round and round the world, earning everywhere both renown and money. From the Hasical and Dram atic Courier we learn that she is still a member of the Phtlharmon'o Societies of half a doxen old world cities. The editors of this psper desire to ex press their grateful appreciation of the many kind offices performed, the" assist, aace rendered, and the? sympathy mani fested during their late affliction and bereavement.; But for such timely aid U the days ancV nights of . watching, It would have been impossible to have published any psper at all. At midnight March 17th, an effort was made to blow up the residence of the Lord Mayor of London by placing a box containing 40 pounds of nowder near the wall to which a fuse was attach ed. 'The fuse had been lighted when discovered by a policeman and extin guished.' This is undoubtedly a part of the plot of the nihilists to murder every crowned head and every representative of royalty in Europe. We believe in free speech and ' the freedom of the press, but when a secret society is band ed together for the inhuman and revolt ing purposes avowed by the nihilists, publicly and boastfully proclaim their doctrines and purposes, we think it the duty of a government to as effectually set down on the newepsper and the man as though he were guilty of high treason. We believe it should be made a crime even in this country to utter such senti ments towards the rulers of other coun tries, that should be punished with the severest penalties. Men of such prin ciples ought not to be allowed an asylum in this country. They are so conscien celess, wicked and desperate as to be dangerous to our liberties, ready at the bidding of caprice or whim or passion to inaugurate a reign of terror and blood shed like those from which portions of the old world have so often suffered. Roawsq Robert, the Pilgrim of the Rostrum, who is the humorist of the Burlington Hawkeye, recently had the good fortune to meet Miss Hawley, known to the reading publio as 8a mantha, or Josiah Allen's wife. She lives at Belleville, N. Y., and this is what be aays of her : "The author of "Samanthaat the Centen nial" "Josiah Allen's Wife" is a lady with a pleasant, attractive face, quiet and almost childlike in Its frank expression, handsome eyes, very friendly, eloquent eyes, that see everything: and all Its peculiarities of Abuts and character, that cornea within the range ot their quiet, sweeping; glances. The dark brown hair falls in kindly little curls and pretty crimps over a broad while forehead; the smiles that light up the face at inter vals display small regular teeth, and when ahe speaks. Just a perceptible lisp, bjrely perceptible, lends an additional charm to a low, soft voice. "Josiah Allen's Wife" is Miss Hawley. Think of that, with all ot her woxdtrful lore ot domestic life and Incident. And stranger than all else, "Satnantha" waa never at the centennial! Didn't ge near the centennial, and knows more about It and writes more about It than three-fifths of the people who were there. She lives snd thinks and writes on her own farm about live miles from Belleville; she lives ever so cosily. Is a most charming neighbor, and they seem to worship her in Belleville. The critics are praising her new book "Samaatha and Her Wayward Tardner" to the skies, and Its ad mirers will read It with more Interest, per haps, for knowing a little gossip about its author." Thx people of South Cirolin. one of the worst of the bulldozing States, are in a fair way to learn what the people of the North and the men high in official position, think of their ballot box stuf fing and other crimes sgainst the free dom and purity of elections. The Charleston Newi and other papers with commendable enterprise and fairness are giving their readers liberal installments from lesding Republican journals as well as the most advanced thought from our most eminent statesmen, and we are both surprised and gratified that they find so little in them to condemn. They d not deny that they have suppressed the negro vote, but plead that it is a necessity in order to good Government. They are, however, tired of the heroic methods they Lave practiced in the past and which have justly disgraced them in the eyes of the civilized world, and say that there will be some more humane but equally effectual plan devised to ac complish the same results. The News winces under the statement in Garfield's inaugural "That the denial of the elec tive franchise to a class unfit at present, to exercise it is more than an evil it ia crime," and says the minority in South Carolina will not submit to the rule of an ignorant majority. The following partgraph however, shows that they are fully awake to the dangers of the situa tion, and are intent upon discovering some honorable way out of it: . "South Carolina is determined to.have fair elections as to retain good local government. Precisely how this will be done, nobody csa ssy at this moment; but it will be accom plished somehow. . The State will not be At to lire in or be worth saving, if that which was a desperate remedy ia to become onr dailv food. ; There ia danger already that some engineers will be hoUtea with their own petard. Last Tear, In Charleston, one let of Democrats stuffed the ballot-boxes, at a primary election, to defeat another set ol Democrats who had received a majority of the votes cast; snd this very week, at a municipal election in the rudely Democratic County of Lexington, the ballot-box was so stuffed that the managers ot election refused to canvass the rote. For Republicans, In the South, Doubtless the pleasure Is as great . Of being cheatoJ as to cheat. Bat Democrats are not so philosophical. In their eyea, chca'.injc aa a means of securing honest government Is a .widely different thing from cheating for the benefit of local "workers" and machine-made office seekers. There is always one way to ensure absolute honesty at elections, and that Is by Interest ing the white people in a tree ballot and a fair count. When our pleasant vices, so to speak, are likely to be mada Into whips to scourge us, we are in the humor to mond our lives. There Is no complaint in Virginia or Georgia, where the whites divide and in sist on a square vote, and other States . are moving rapidly in the same direction. . From onr New Tork Correspondent. To the Editor of ths EsrmaMuan, The events of the week was of course the assassination of the Czar. It was deeply felt here when, in the dark hour or our direst need during the civil war, a Riueian AVer, by his order, laid In our harbor with sealed instructions which, had England or France, or both, interfered in our trouble, would have shown at once what a friend be was to our country. The evil spirit which triumphs over the disgraceful event, is ooe which has here more than once shown itself dangerously conspi cuous. The centre of the capital of the country and of much of its manufactur Ins as well as mercantile and finan cial Interests, people here feel most keenly that the monster of Socialism must be kept down, for here, if it op- rears Its horrid head, we are more ex posed to Immediate ruin. The Interna' tionallsts bad a high old time celebrat ing the event in one of their odd, noisy, beery fand frothy meetings ' In the Bowery, attended by some of the murderers of the good Archbishop of Paris why they are not extradited and guillotined is one of those things your Radix don't pretend to understand and numerous other equally repulsive ruffians and idiots. Nobody else sym pathized with them, and It Is a good sign of the blessings of freedom thai right here In this big city filled with foreign ers and with an undue proportion of very poor people snch a very small per centage believe In the murderous, levelling doctrines of socialism. To come from the sublime to the rid iculous, it would never do for America to let Russia get abesd of us in senss tional explosions. Two small boy, aged seventeen, went Into partnership for the clandestine manufacture of those toy torpedoes which annually help to make the Fourth of July hideous with their bogus Imitations of the healthy old racket kicked up by good, honest old-fashioned gunpowder. The young cob were doing quite a flourishing business, so much that thoy hired several girls to help them pack the hor rid implements of torture. Ono of these girls, adorned possibly with one of those modified hoopsklrts which, in spite of the decrees of fashion, seem still to survive among the lower classes of factory hands, In some of her flirta tions, twists and twirls swept a small box of detonating powder from a lower stand, and presto! the entire building was resolved Into matchwood with a few loose bricks where once had been a chimney. Strange to say, beyond a few bruises and a terrible scare to the children In an adjacent pubi c school no one was Injured. Talk of explosions snd public meet ings, a grand meeting has been called by tbe roost influential citizens, repre senting millions of capital, who have determined once for all to get at the bottom of the impudent rascality which draws nearly a million, dollars a year out of the city for cleaning it, and posi tively for weeks and weeks together don't make even the smallest pretense of doing the work. Without any joking a few more months of such neglect would transform our ground floor base ments into cellars. The filth Is appall ing, and I fancy ex-clubber Williams will get the grand bounce this time. I don't suppose be cares, for nobody ever accused him of being a fool, whatever else they alleged against him, and he has plenty of very comfortable oppor tunities for feathering bis nest with abundance of metaphorical swan's down. St. Patrick's Day, for a wonder, passed off without rain. The observ ance outwardly and visibly, at least, was quiet. The processions were limit ed far below their old proportion-), and the gallant C9th didn't turn out.' In wardly the celebration was, I am led to believe, very joyous. The wit and whiskey flowed In parallel and copious streams, and the Watting of the Green was observed most religiously in this sort of privileged Carnival in the mid dle of Lent allowed to the Hibernian branch of the great Celtio race. Scientific Xlscellany. A new use for photography In con nection with the higher art has been found in the discovery that it may be relied upon to detect any restoration or tampering with old paintings. On re cently examining the first proof of a well-known Madonna, in the British National Gallery, the photogropher ob served a disfiguring blue over the fore head. No such blue was discernible in the original, except upon close inspec tion with the aid of a magnifying glass. The microscopic examination showed that the restorer had repaired some casual damage with a skill that repro duced tbe color and the texture of the painter; and this was Instantly detect ed by the subtle chemistry of light. - Dr. Delaunay, a well-known ParU savant, claims the discovery of a curious means of guaglug a person's Intelligence To ascertain the qualities of an appli cant cook, for instance, It is sufficient to give her a plate to clean, or sauce to make, and watch how she moves her band in either act. If the motion is from left to right, or In the direction of a watch, she may be trusted ; if the other way she Is sure lobe stupid and incapable The intellectuality of other people may in like manner, bedetermlnetl by request ing theni to draw a circle on paper, and noting ia which direction the band is moved. Tbe inferiority of the weak minded Is Invariably indicate! by their drawing from right to left. In I860 Uerr Von Begold Inferred, from observations In Bavaria, that there was an Increase from year to year In the number of buildiugs struck by lightning There seemed to be also an increase in the number of thunderstorms, and tuis was assigned as the cause. A little later, observation by others in Saxony and Schleswig-Holstelu alto showed an in crease In the number of houe struck, but no comparison was made with tbe number of thunderstorms. Herr Uoltz has lately made a fuller inquiry on the basis of data from all parts of Germany, and from Austria and Switzerland, lie publishes two tables, one to show the in crease or decreaseof thunderstorms sluce 1364, since 13C2, aud since 1870, la the different regions ; the other, the Increaso or decrease of lightning-risk estimated from comparison of tbe uumberof ltght-nlog-struck hotsi with the entire num ber of houses. It appears, then, that while any increase In tbe number of thunderstorms Is extremely small, and there i in some cases even a decrease, the llghtnliig-rlsk shows a very large increase' and iu no case a decrease. Thus the increase of risk from lightning must be regarded as not due, unless in very slight measure, to meteorological In fluences. This sppears more distinctly from the fact that the increase of lightning-risk is proportionally greater aa the compared years are farther apart ; but it ia not so with the increaso of thunderstorms (which for example, is less since 1654 than 1362). To explain the Increased risk by telluric changes, Herr Holtz supposes the clearance of forest land has much to do with it, also, the Increase of railways ; both of tliese bringing thunderstorms more to towns and villages. Another probable cause is the use of metal in house-bniUling. Rescued from Death. The following statement of William J. Cough line, of Somerville, Ma ., is so remarkable that we beg to ask for It the attention of our readers. He says : "1 n the fait of 1S76 I w taken with a vio lent bleeding of the lungs followed by a severe cough. I soon began to lose my appetite and flesh. I was so weak nt one time that I could not leave my bed. In the eurnmer of 1S37 I was admitted to the City Hospital. While there the doctors said 1 had a hole in my left lung as big as a half dollar. I expended a hundred dollars in tlnctors and medi cines. I was so far gone at one time a report went around that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a friend told ine of Dr. Win. Hall's Balaam for the Ltin;s. I laughed at my friend?, thinking tlint my case waa incurable, but I got a bot tle to satisfy them, when to my sur psfoe and gratification, I commenced to feel better. My hope, once dead, began to revive, and to-day I feci better spirit ed than I have the past three year. 'I write this hoping you will publish it, so that every one afflicted with Di seased. L'ings will be induced to take Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the Lurifcg, and be convinced that Consumption can be Cured. I have taknn two bottles and can positively say that it has done more good than all the other medicines I have taken since my sickness. My cough has almost entirely disappeared and I shall soon be able to go to work. For sale by II. G. Surr & Co. 24-ly Health and Happiness. It seems Mrange that anyone will suf fer many derangements brought on by an impure condition of the blood, when Scoville's Blood and Liver syrup will restore perfect health to the physical organization.. It is indeed a s rcngthen Ing syrup, pleasant to take, and has prut en Itself to lie the best blood puri fier ever rliseovi red, effectually curing Scrofula, Syphilitic disorders, Weakness ot the Kdineys, all njrvous disorders and Debility. It corrects Indigestion. It makes thu old feel young, and the young feel gay; and will invariably drive out of the system the many ills that hum-in flesh la heir to. A tingle bottle will rrove to you Its merits as a health re newer, for it acts like a churtn, e-pecially when the complaint is of an exhaustive nature, having a tenilencj to lessen the natural vigor of the brain and nervous system. For sale by II. G. Starr t Co. 24-ly Baker's Palo Panacea enres pain in Man and Beaat. For tire externally and internally. Dr. Roger's vegetable worm syrup instantly destroys worms and remove the Secretions w hich cause them. For sale by II. G. Starr A Co. 24-ly Quick and Sure. Msny miserable people drag tliem selve wearily about from day to day, not knowing what ails them, but with failing strength and spirits, leciiug all the time tint they are sinking into tlieir graves. If these sufferer would mil us-e 1'arkt-r'a Ginger Tonic, they would find a cure commencing from the flrtt dose, and vitality, strength and cheer fulness quickly and surely coming back to them, with rettoation to perfect health. See advertising column. Tribune. 27-4 Worklngmen. Before you begin your heavy spring work after a winter of relaxation, your system needs cleansing and strengthen ing to prevent an attack ot Ague, Bil ious or Spring Fever, or some other spring sickness thst will untie you for a season's work. You will s-.tye time, much sickness and great expense if yiU will use one bottle of Hop Bittern in your family this month. Don't wait. Burlington Hawkeye. DeUcate Women. Cases of female weakness, delicate and enfeebled constitution, and those suffer ing with stomach. Liver and Kidney complaints, will find Electric Bitters a speedy and certain cure. The sick and prostrated should rejoice that such a reliable remedy is placed within their reach. Health and happinc-s will surely follow where Electric Bitters are ued. For sale by all druggists, price only fifty cents. ll-6m(c) D. Snyder Has taken the triangular room in the new Bee Hive Block for a Boot ami Shoe Shop, and will do all kinds of manufacturing and repairing tine and coarse work In the best man tier, and at the lowest living prices. A full assort ment of leather aud findings kept in stock, and both work an-i materials guaranteed to give satisfaction. Give him a call when in need of any kind of work. 7tf Coal Yard. Having bough t the coal yard and busi ness of W. 11. Fisher & Co., I take this method of informing the citizens of Wellington and vicinity that I shall keep on hand and furnish to order all varieties and qualities of hard aud soft coal, at (lie lowest living price. All order given me will be promptly and satisfactorily filled. 37-tf Ch&s. E. Sututf. A new discovered remedy fcr Worms, differing fom all others it removes the worm nest. Rinehart's Worm Loztnges. For tale by H. G. Starr fc Co. ACT OS.TJIXTUCE To Create a Fire Department for the Village of Wellington, and for the Government of the sum. 8ecnox I. Bo It ordained br the Council of ths Tillage ot Wellington, That any number or dtUcne of said Tillage max form themselves into a Fire com pany and elect oncers fur the same sod mska all need ful rules and n-gulstions for their government, which organisation shall be called the '-Wellington Fire De- partment," and be under the control and directional a Chief Engineer provided for br th's Ordinance. SscTto II. Thst oa the flrst Monday of April. 111. snd biennially thereafter, there hall be e ected one Chief Engineer ot the Fire Department, who shall hold his office antll bis soeeeaaor Is elected and Quali fied, which shall be at the same time aa otber ofll'-ers of the corporation are qualified. Before entering upon the duUvs of hla oihcc he aUall take aa oath and glTe a bond, with security to the acceptance of the Council, la rne sum of two hundred itoUra, eiuJlt:oued fur the faithful performance of his d'jtlcs aa hereafter de scribed. Sic-riox III.' The Engineer ball attend personally to all re pain and supp'.le seeded fur tho Fire Depart ment, aod ahaU see that thu engine, hose, hose tait, hook and ladder wagon, and all other apparatus be longing to the Fire Department are kept la working order, and for this purpose mar Incur an expenditure of ten dollar, but If a greater amount he required he shall report tbe same to tbe Council, and shall be guided by their Instructions. Be ahaU have sole and entire control of every member of tbe Fire De partment In the discharge of their duties. In preserv ing order and prevcnUng disorderly conduct whUc at a fire, exercise, or at meetlnKS of the company. Us shall make a monthly report to tha Council of all monies paid out. and for wat purpose, and his sets shall be under tbe general direction ot tbe Council. Sac-no IV. The Chief Kngine: r shall, while on duty at a fire, wear a hat and badge Indicating his outre, and shall carry a apeaklng trumpet. Skctiox V. Any person resisting or Interfering with ths Engineer while exercising tbe powers vested In him by tbe third section of this Ordinance shall be considered guilty of a misdemeanor, and maybe arrested by the marshal or any special policeman, and locked up until released by the Mayor on payment of easts, and If a member of the Department, may be ex pelled by tbe Council. Buenos? VI. The Engineer shall hare charge of al property exposed by reason of any fire, and may, a hla discretion, appoint a special police to guard tbe same, and If at any time In his opinion It Is necessary to call upon the bystanders to assist la working the engine Le may do so, and on their refusal may cause their arrest by the marshal or othj r offlcer, who shsll lock them up antll released by the Mayor on payment of costs. Sacnox VII. This Ordinance shall take effect and be In force from and after Its passage. Psased March It, 18-n. E. O. FTJLLEK. Mayor R. X. GOODWIS, Clerk. :s WATEETOWN Fire Insurance Company or - - WATEETOWN, NEW YOBJC STATE OF OHIO. . ISSUBJkNCa DKPAKTMCKT. - - ' i CoLtruBCs, Feb. 1 1881. t hereby certify, thst the Watertown Fire Insur snce Cotupsny, located at Watertown In ths State of New York, has complied In all respects with tbe laws of this State relating to Insurance Companies, other than Life. Incorporated by other States of the United S'atea. and Is authorised to transact Its appropriate business of Fire snd Marine Insurance In th s Stnte, In accordance with law, uutll tbe first day of Febru ary INrl. Tbe condition and business of said Company at date of sucb statement (December Stst, luduj it stiown ss follows: AgRregsre amount of aval'able Assets. M3,98 81 Aggregate amount of Liabilities (except csp.tal) including re-Uisutaace S82,St9 98 Net Assets $323,14') M Amount of actual paid up capital....... suu,uuw Surplus,. .. $123, ls St Amount of Income for the year In cash. ... Amount of svxpendltures for the year In Mot, ml us cash fRLSKM In witness whereof. I hare hereunto subscribed my .... Dime, snd caused the beal of my offlcs to be alUxed, the day and year above written. JOSEPH f. vVRICHT, Supt. D. J. PECK agent at Elyria. 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Mr tipples (.silted XI reus, assd Indeed every form of xterual alls ease. It heals wlthont scsn. For tle IiBUTB Cheatioh it urcs rtprmina, Swtziuy. etilT Joint, rouader, Tin nice a Sores, Hoof lls 1 eases, Foot IIotf Crrrevs' WoraajSeab, Hollow Horn, fecratclirs, tVlatcW ?allat. Spavin, Tbrrtsu, Rlacnssw, -HO. Sore J, l-oll IU, Film nrna tho eiliriit and every other atlluaeat to wUicb. ttie ocenpaats of Us N treble- and rStoclr Yard are liable. Tho Mexican ItTnstansr XJuatnaemt always cures ami never dlsappolnta; and it 13, positively, THE BEST cfalU yuiraTs FOB ITAIT.OII SEAS?. t 'i ll 11 artist and lU-fct 3ZeJicin Tcr Jlsd Aeolmbinatlon of Hops, Buchu, Man- I U4t c ua-u Uv wi.riiea of U otbtsr lb t terra, I niaLtliei;tt;ost Ctood Purifier, Liver Roau w tor, md llaUU lowing Avent on UMI I HI I I I'o tlleu4 e9 pItty lottff MM whtra nop uttri&.M uftii h1o vu a uud (xri'tact avni tbur o;erutiotu.: ra7 in ro li ft ttlrlrsTtaihaadiaiUra. TooII whoa Vtvr-lo; n.tMib.ranM irranrulasTt tTort..t-wid uHiiaxy it", op to re quired.. AKiirrV Toitlc ml mfW Stimulant, Hap H tlrr &r Inr. V"1' w'thOut "tOJC- Noi;u;ar wHtjourf6llnir or ymptorni rc tiAt I tie dlm.acrr tilA nrnt l ma Hop 1m c ttr-i. lcii'i wait in;U cnre but it yott onl ftO Itatl or ' 1 n at ooc It im; vj ; irli..i tltas.fi' huiKirwia. 500willtMMforrjWw auio oritcl,, Jo nut mtiXst yonr frtontU nts'orHit, utssaiiu sirv tuotu lt;:tcmter, linn Titters is no dm:i!:rn na.tr.iin. U-it t!io H:t-csf SltKl. ite,vr t:i- ftnd norK t:ri I o p?raoa or fan id; SllOUlU If Jlli4K t.-in. u ori-aivuiir. ajj j-.i.tr sir. P PrvTiswTor W r'T- 'm'-'. Makes the hair grow, keeps the bead free from dandrnfT, atopa falling hair, prevents prematura baldness. ASK any dealer for It. E. A. PALME! VROs, w W TONIC MORROWS CO. v -r CUPPER noTTlng Dacliino, Mccormick TIGER AT MAMIE GUX.TXV.aVE'OKS. RANDALL MARROW. Spring Tootn Harrow, Headquarters for all kinds of Fertilisers Now is the time to buy, befort tlie season opens, and save money. Office, over Benedict's Hard ware Store, Wellington, Ohio MORHOW & Co., 3 0m J. W. "WILBUR, Will notbeeedersold. Call and see his large and flie assortment of EASTERN STOVES . The most perfect working Ranges in the world. ITio Silver 8Ita, Paris XXoTml. mlA Porta Bang. For hard coal, THE WESTMIHSTEH, the most beautiful stove in the market; , THE PARIS PAHL0H, the most convenient and best working stove ever made. For Wood 1 have THIS ZfQW "VT3S3TA THE YALE, and the new and beautiful stove just out, Tho Royal Acorn, and many others too numerous to mention. I also AaVe a large stock of Pumps, Sinks, Wringers, EtOs Eto Agent for the Wassail Sewer Pipe Company. All in need of Furnaces for warming their houses by the best and most ap proved plan, will do well to see me be fore buying. AM work warranted. Eaves Spouting a specialty. , 7. V. WILBUR. 7if . WuxntOToa. Ohio. Harness, Saddles, Etc. Headquarters for everything In the above line at AT J. If. OTTERBACKEE'S If vou want a arood set of Hsratas nr a 8addle at manufacturers' prices; or a Buffalo, Wolf or Lap Robe as cheap aa can be bought elsewhere; or a horse blanket for lesa than the material cost, you want to (rive me a call. I have also a nice stock of whips and lashes, which I will sell for lesa than they can now be made. Trunks from one dollar no: Sat chels from arty cents up; shawl straps from twenty rents up; ana a nice line 01 sietgn bells, which I will close out at a low price to make loom for otber .roods. I use onlv Brat- class materiel and employ only the best work men, au work done under my supervision. J. M. OTTERBACHER. direct from onr Michigan bowse, by carM or ear load, write for pnoes to I.. W. TATXT2X. Agent, 1ST nesrwlsi SIS.. CIO' .WtcMS. StMiWhaSmSasa WSItoStMlllaatlas lo.ss. fusiisaswss. s.ii.a.uiacs...i fsS tHthr .psswls.ty p.r....s Vslssfe. REFURNISH. U Again we would call attention to the great bargain's'v weare offering in furniture, especially in mm m mm mti We Lave a full line of Lounges, Bedsteads, Tables, ex tension and common, Parlor Tables, Bureaus, 'Wash Stands, Spring: Beds, llattresses, .. and Chairs of every description. Xow Is the time to buy. It will pay every one desiring to purchase to come and examine oar stock and get prices. THTDISRT A TTTTTG Made a specialty. We guarantee to keep bodies any reasonable length ot time. Fine ColBns and Caskets, Shrouds, etc., kept con stantly on hand. Hearse with attendant had on abort notice from the country. All the details of funerals carefully attended to HOYT & WOOLLEY. THE Light Ruxxikg Domestic, The King of Sxwixo Vachixks. It is absolutely the best. It has the new bent wood work and under braider, which no other machine hae AIbo, vibrating presser foot, self-set ting needle, self-threading shuttle, automatic tension and take up, and loose pulley for winding bobbins. Every wearing part of the machine is adjustable and fully warranted. - TTTTTi 2T22W SOMS is also on sale at my rooms, and is a model machine. A very line quality of oil, needles and attachments for all machines kept in stock, and repairing done to order. Good second-hand machines for sale cheap. . S. P. H ASTINCS, Agent. Rooms and office in Benedict's Block, . (18) . , .. Wsllihgtoh. Ohio AT BOWMAN'S! . My stock is too large and I will sacrifice on them for the next sixty days. Boys' suits, for $2.00, worth $3.00. Youths' suits for . $5.00, worth $7.50. " ' Men's suits for $5.00, worth $8.00. Fine suits for $20-00, worth $27.00. Pants from $1.00 to $6.00, worth more monev. CUSTOM WORK DEPARTMENT ! My cloths are the finest in the market; will be made up in the best of style by Mr. Everett, who will attend to this department. A fi t guar anteed. .. I will certainly save you money if you will give rue a tual. H. B. Hamlin, Headquarters For Flour, Feed, and ALL KINDS OF GRAIN, Has on sale a new Brand of Flour of absolutely the best quality iu tor' - at tbe same price you pay lor t one kinds. Try it, and eet rid of thct bau of the family, bad bread. Farmers bavin? grain sho tld re member that this is the place to g3t tha highest market price for it ia Cash. They should also remember ;jet in or der to continue to raise jroo;l crops they must apply rertilise-s to their lands. S O PERPHOS PH Nf&? have been Droved to be tin rrost ihw- erlul, best aud cheapest flrti ;ze in the market. Made by experienced and r -liable manufacturers, prepared as plant food by the best knowu process, it is the standard fertilizer; causing immediate and lasting fertility, and is perfectly adapted to all crops. Cull anu get circulars. . Warehouse South of Ry., Depot. 41n-33-tf Wellington. Ohio. Outfit fnratahed free, with fun Itfatrnctlona for conductlna; the uumt prullisbie busintma tliat one chd. eniraiee in. i oe uusinesa is so to learn, and our In tit ructions are ao sim w nle ni ple and nialn. that an? one can wake Kreat profite from the very start. o oue caa fail who Is wllllns; to work. Women are a auccrssful as men. rlovt and arlrls can earn lanre sums. Manr have made at the business over one hum. red dollars In a single weet. ftuthlnicllkelt ever known iMrXore. All who encase are surprised at the ease and rapidity with which they are aole to make money. You can enyaire In this business durinjr your spare time at KTt at pro Hi. Tou do not hare to Invest capital In It. we take all tbe risk. Those who need ready money ahould write to ua at once. All furnished free. Address Taua A Co., AnffuaU, Maine. t-ly BEE LINE ROUTE. Cleveland, Colnmbus, Cincinnati In V dianapolis Bail way. ( Time Schedule in Effect member, ISM. "Woait louad STATIONS. Wo. 1. Bo. X No . Mo. , ' Lr. CleTdond. 7. 15 ..a. 2.0) r.x. I.asr.x od Ar.N.Y.r.aO. it.28 2.0! 7.st 4.X Berea 7.48 .... g.(U 4.88 Grafton 8.17 1.4 8.8S (.01 Wellington. 8.3K .... . C0 s.SS Shelby 9.4S 4.0 HI. 15 (.UD Vernon 9.50 S.4S Crealllae.... 1U.U3 4.-7 10.SS 7.1S Gallon 10.13 4.55 10.50 T.4T Delaware... 11. SO S.43 12.05 a.su B.2S Columbus... 12.35 r.M 1. 10 S.S0 . Bprloatteld.. K.00 7.40 . J. 25 .... Dayton. 2.55 . S.SS ' S.30 .... Cincinnati .. 5.20 10.50 S.05 Lt. Gallon... 10.30a.m. 4.40p.m. 11.05 r.M. 7.96rj(. .r.Xtarloa..,. 11.1. S.I8 11.50 -8.7 Bellefontatn 12.45 r.M. S.S0 1.20aJC 10.05 Union 2.55 8.15 - 3.30 .... l uncle. 4.08 .17 - 4.49 Indianapolis 8.05 ' 10.55 8.55 23awt Bovtnd STATIQHS. HO. 1. Ho.H. Mo. C Mo. Lt. iDdlspolls 7.15 r.M. 4.15a.m. 1.35a.m. Ar.Munefe-.. 10.00 8.28 1.55 r.M. Union ll.io 7.25 8.00 Bellefontaln 1.20a.m. 9.25 3.00 Marlon J 55 10.42 (.25 Oallon 8 45 11.80 7.10 . Lr Clnrlnnatl. 9 15 p.m. 7.25 a.m. 1.03 r.M. Ar.Darton 11.55 9. IS 8.10 Springflrld.. 12.55 a.m. 10.00 4.05 Itelaware... 2.45 11.25 5.45 LT.CoIumbns. 1.45a.m. 10.15a.m. 4.50r.M Ar. IHlswsn. 2.40 u.15 5,43 S.OOAJt Oallon 8.55 12.25p.m. 7.18 7.15 Crestline 4.10 12.33 7.23 - 7 20 Vernon. .... 7 43 7 go Shelby 4.SS 12.58 7.55 fits We Huston. 5.42 1.18 9.0O 8. 88 Grafton 8.05 I.SS 9.25 9.30 Korea C.S5 .... 9.52 9 88 . N.r.P.0. 7.02 2.28 10.13 10 08 CleTcland... 7.10 2.48 10.25 10.18 . .TralnaKoa. and 5 run dally. Trains Kos. S aa 4 dally between lndtanapolla and Cleveland. At otAer trains dally except Sunday. A. J. SMITH . Osa'l Ticket Act. R. N. GOODWIN. Inscbanc Agkkt, "Notabt Pcbuc, A.ND tOIXECTOB. Business intrusted to him will receive prompt attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Office ; Bowman's Store, Wellington.O buixderT HIRAM AIaJjYJT, Practical Builder and Jobber. Plans and specifications for all kinds of buildings furnished to order and satisfaction guaranteed. Xone but competent help employed. Shop, east side of Railroad Street, next to T. DolanU's Carriage Factory. 25 1TOTICH ' Chairs of all kinds re-seated to order, with Cane, by the subscriber. Satisfaction guar anteed. ' ARTHUR C. DTEB, . West Liberty Street, Wellington.., lS-3m A Compound Tincture or tho moat tralst- . able remaxllas known to sua medical profession, prepared upon a U lolly pharmaoautloaj prlnolpl . . ,. . Aa asiiwiuea et twenty-Sta raits yiuias a to to the srasust Antidote to Malaria aaa .8 St SSI Ssiis lofluancea known so tha world. Tb. only atl. mm foe all AfeeTlesis f tka Kidneys. Ia Liver t owaplaisut, DysMpaUu i all Diaerdera ef th Beweis. snd VTatte. rms tha Tklwat and Ijaasna, at at st.ajls? to the taaals sax ttaaa as eqaaL NOT A BEVERAGE Ent m ml reliaftl HnwbtM voorourtuy KlsptM IO MM atuan. It sappites tocM to tht eHommcb, toTtft tm tb : digtiy mr gm, timals,ts? th ncratMotv ud pva : motion a retrclar aetioa of tb bowols, naoks mmf ' omn of thm body to porfona iu ftUottaA wrk wp lrly awl without mtstrrripUoa. Its hisrhoat comnmidi twoo etmo from tlMn ka havo OMtt it looyest and known it bost, Ktewhoro ao popoUr aa in InnraaTor. Pa , wboro H b&s betra in m for nor than a qoaztar of a canton. Ilisbly cemtMDde4 nn n, Geiarmi Tmim mnd Appetizer. hoidbrJnnmu wmfwhmm THS MESSENGER OF HEALTH A Isnca aixad papr deacsriptnn of slnwnan, its nricte and curt, will ba uilnd Cre W any rtrtiw om application to THE MI8HLER HERB BITTERS CO trw atranflf lwoommond to niothera PmT. Parker9 Plftaut Wrna SrrvB It novar hils, is ao to taaa, ud no Itac-noyaw m raqturodt Profitable Reading for Everybody Batiota men and woman, tcnchoia. nachiBictJ karmera. niukuiers. mothevs. and nil wka nra tintdl ,out by trie tconstant toil and worrf nt your van im ,aon i anna inioaicatiny omera. Put nt Ara you audaxuig from Pyspcpatn, S.ketiaBa-1 tm. Kenralaia. or with BowaL KidM--. Lw or J Urinary com plain ta, yon can ba cured br usina r. vi -l 'ad -t Jsr-m r i mx"-vtwfi laiii-itaMiatn.t.ttt.iw If rou ara wasting awav with ConsAunniion. ZJ maic wvajLosas or any aicannas u you urt a paw-1 iuj coogn or mm coia, yon win nmi sure relief m If vou arc enfeebled bv oLi aMiUJ rsipsBi.aVSA. anu JWlsi 7IVsa1 aHVIfSTMUIir, On ywu aaarss pimpio ua mtucnaa, nam your uMOcr ,neca ponryiny;, yon can a I wars depend on II -1 '4 -i -llTsrl 1." l-I-wLJ. ssf.l 1 n l.Mads from Ctoner, Buchf Mandraka, StUliagu, XII U oiun fata 8.113 irni BannBa KUUWB IX Hi the Beat Health and Strength Reaterer Ever Uaad. and is far suDerior to Battasa. Fiiinfn nf oin$er and otner 1 onm, aa u never mtoxioatea., 'and combines tne oeat earatire propertau of alt. it uss aTea unnerve a 01 larea) ay Sere Tenra. Bur a roe. bottle of your dnicrutt, and to uMtM ,counieneics oc sura our unuun m on ine ova .side wrapper. Hiscox dt Co Cbemista, M. Y. Parker's Hair Balsam. VsSSSZi-' The Best a Xm Ecsaassleal Hair Drss star Containing onry infrcdients that are beneficial to the hair and scalp, the Balsam will be fonad ' Car more satisfactory than any other ptaparatioa. It Karsr Falls to KaatereOrajar IsAad Hair to the original Toothful color aad is warranted to remove dandruff, prevanthilrlnsss and ataaf allien 1 oithahauc Stid y afraiacssar mt4 mmf. -ly A LECTURE TO YOUNG KEN OK THE IrOSS OF lecture oai tsie sitstro. ro of Heminsl 6permatnrrbosa, indneed by Self-Abuse, Inrol I notary Lmissioiis, Impotency, fierrooa Deb ibility and Impediments to narmvte tenerally sumption, Epilepsy and Fits: Mental and Phyai- ' cal Incapacity, ate. By KOBKBC 3. CULVER- ; WELIi, M. D., aathor ot tbe "Oraem Book," St& ' The world-renowned ajntbor. in this admirable that the awtnl eonseqneoeea of 8elf-abttse aaay -be eSeetnally removed without danseroas sar in cal operations, bougies, instruments, rinse or cordials; pointing oat a anode of core at ones) certain and effectual, by whieh erery sufferer, ao matter what his condition may be. mmf core himself cheaply, prirately aad radically. tW This Lecture will prore a boon to thoa sands and thousands. Sent, under seal, in a plain en Tel ope, to any address, on receipt of six cents, or two postaca stamps. Address the Pabliahers, . - . t , ; THE CUL YES WELL KEBICAX CO, ' ' ' ; I 41 Ann St.. New York. N. Y.: Poatoffloe Box 4388. . $500 toward I W. will MT the ahore reward foe .n mm n Mm Complaint. Dyspepsia. Sick Headache. Indigestion, Constipation or Costlvene we eaaaot ears wltfe west svegeiame Liver i-iiia. waea the dlrecttoas are i airicur compiiea wun. i ney are purely VCf etaSle. and never fall to give sarlsfsctloo. Saoar Coated. Large boxes, coata'nlns; so plus, 25 cents. Tor sale by ail Orugjrlsta. Beware of counterfeits and Imlta- ' tfons. The eennlne manufactured only by JOHN C -WEST c5.. "Ths Pill Makets." Illtin: , Msrnson St.. CMcaccu Free trial paekaea seat br scsll. prepaid, on receipt of a S cent sump. 5.tronft, 001,0 V. wholesals Ajrents. ClerelaaS Ohio. Woosisr Adama. Aaeats, Wslllastoa. Oklo. Outfit sent free to thoee who wish to etwsg fm V L. the most pleasant and prantable bnslness knosrsL. Erery thine oew. Capital not required. WtCwIQ y(J fumlsb you erenrthioB. S10 a day and npwarda esa ano - woiauj iiwuc wuiigu, nijuiK away irwm noma - orer nit;ht. Ko risk whatever. Many new workaf wanted at once. Many are maktur fortunes at the bastneaa. Lad lea make aa much as men, aad )ooae boys and frirla make great pay. Ko one who la willing to work falls to make more money erery day than caa be made In a week at any ordinary employment. Tboa who emtage at once will find a short road to fortune. Address iL HallbttA Co.. ForUaad. lUlaa. lv S TARTLINC DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.1 A rletlm of youthful imprudence firing - Premature Decay, Nerrous Debility, Lost llan hood, etc, haTing tried in rain erery known remedy Jiae discovered a simple self cure,which be will send FREE to bis fellow-sufferers. ad dress J. H. BIlKVES. 4J Chatham Kt H. T. HELP Yourselves by maklntt money wnen a (oldea chance Is offered, thereby always keeping DOVertr from VOUr door. thna. ahnalwol take advantatre of the good chances for tnsklniF RlonHVth.f .M ifl? mm! Mr.l!v become wealthy, while thuse who d not tmrrore such chances remain la poverty. We want many men. women, boys and girls u work forusrlvhtln their own localities. The business will nav ninr rh.n ten times ordinary wsirea. We furnish an expensive outfit-and all that you need. frer. Ko one who engagea falls to ' make money Tery rapidly. You can devote your whole time to the work, or only your spare momenta. Full Information and all that la needed seat free. Address oil so Co., Portland, Maine. S-ly