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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1881.
i i it !. t i t 4'0LPIT UTTERANCES. TH1NCSTHAT NEED ROUCH HANDLING- Terrible Evils Whleh Rain Hamra and Wreck Unman Uvea Trenchant Worli Which Many Persons Hay Apply to Themselves. Kot. Dr. T. Do Witt Tnlmaire proftchod Pun-' ':iy in the Urooklyn Tabernacle on "The . teath-Kettlo," taking for his text a portion r II. Klnirs, It'., 40: "Oh. thou man of -od, tiiuro ia doutn In the pot" Ellslia bad gone down to locture to tbe geological students in the seminary at HIroI. He found the students very bun- y. Students are apt to bo. In order iat he might proceed with hit lectures "jcoessfully he sends out some servants to athor food for the hungry students. The irvants are somewhat reckless in their ork, and while they gather up some ealthful herbs, they at the same time gather coloqnlntlda, a bitter, poisonous, oathful weed, and they bring oil tbe erbs to the bouse and put ttaemjn a cal ron and stir them up, and then bring the jod to the table, where are seated the tudents and their professor. One of the iudents takes some of the mixture and uta it to his Hps and immediately tastes be eoloquintids, and he cries out to the .rofessdr: "Oh, thou man of Qod, tbore is ieatb in the pot I" What consternation it hrew upon the group 1 What a fortunate '.lilng it was he found out in time so as to . tave tbe 11-vos of bis comrades. Well, '.iere are now in the world a great many aldrons of death. The ooloqulntida of nighty temptations fills them. Some :aste and quit, and are saved; others taste ind eat on, and die. Is not that minister )f Christ doing the right thing when he , olnts oat these caldrons of iniquity, and rios out the alarm, saying: "Ouwarel there is death in the pot?" In a pnlace In yiorence thuro is a fresco of Giotto. For .iany years that fresco was covered up .vith two inches thickness of whitewash, ".nd it has only been in recent times that lie band of art has restored that fresco. ' What sacrilege," you say, " to destroy he work of such a great master!" But there is no sadness in that compared with - lie fact that the image of Qod in the soul :ias been covered up and almost obliterated i that no human band can restore the Jivine lineaments. Iniquity is a coarse, Jagged thing that ;-.eod to be roughly bandied. You have to right to garland it with fine phrase or : nitrous rhotoric You can not catch a LutTalo with a silken lasso. Mon have no objections to having their sins looked at in pleasant light. They will be very glaj . to sit for their photographs If you make a handsome picture. But every Christian phllanthropUt must sometimes go .forth and come in violent collision with trans gression. I was In a whaling port and saw a vessel that had been on a whaling cruise oim into the harbor, and it had patched .all and spliced rigging and bespattered leek, showing hard times and rough work. And so I have seen Christian philanthro pists come back from some crusade against public iuiquitios. They have been com pelled to acknowledge that it has Hot been yachting over summer lakes, but it hai been out riding a tempest and harpooning 3reat behemoths. A company of emi grants settled In a wild region. The very Irst day a bo&jt from the mountains comes lown and carries oil one of the children, ind the next day another beast comes and carries off another child. Forthwith all the neighbors band together, and, with torch in one band and guu in tbe otho, i hey go down Into tbe caverns when taose wild beasts are secreted and slay them. Now I want to go back of all public iniquity and And out its biding place. 1 want to know what are the sources of IU sower, or, to resume the figure of my text, I want to know what aro tha caldrons from which thosj iuiquitios ore dippoJ First! Unhappy and undisciplined homo ire the source of much Iniquity. A goot home is deathless In its influence. Parent) i iay be gone. Tbe old homestead may be aild and have pas-ted out of the possesion 'f tbe fnmlly. The house itself may bi '.nrn down. The meadow brook that rat in front of tho house may have changed its .-ourse or have dried up. The long lino o! ild-fasliioned sunflowers and the he.lgoi it wild rose may havo been graded, and ii place thereof are now the beautlos of mod ern gardening. Tbo old poplar tree may l.ave cast down Its crown of verdure ami may have fallen. You say you would liki to go back a little while and soo that home, ind yon go, and, ob, how changed it is.' 7ot that place will never lose Its charm -vor your soul. That first earthly homi will thrill through yourevorlustlng career. The dewdrops that y"U dashed from thi Mck-weed as you drove the cows afield ! jirty years ago; the fire-flies that flashed ii your father borne on summer nlghti when tbe evenings were too short for andle; the tinged pebbles that yon gath ered in your apron on the margin of tbi l.rook; tbe berries that you strung Into necklace, and the daisies that you plurkod fT your hair all have gone into youi sentiments and tastes, and you will nevei r-atovertbom. Tbe trundle-bed where yos slept, tbe chair where you sat, the blue dged dish out of which you ate, your il -iter's Jumping rope, your brother's ball, your kite, your hoop, your mother's smile, your father' frown they are all part oi The fiber of your Immortal nature. Th mother of Missionary Bcbwartt threw i'ht on the dusky brow of the savages to whom he preached long after she was dead. Tbe mother of lord Byron pursued iilm, as with fiend's fury, into airlands, tretchlng gloom and death Into Chlldi , Harold and hovering; In darkness over tbi ' .onely grave of MIssolonghL Rascally and vagabond people for Mm most part ooroe forth from unhappy homes, Parent harsh and cruel, on tbe on band, .' or on tbe other lenient to perfect loose ness, are raising up generation of vipers. A bom In which scolding and fault-finding predominate Is blood relation to tht ,-nllows and penitentiary. Fetulanoe Is a reptile that may crawl op Into the family nest and crush it Tber are parents whs disgust their children even with religion. They scold their little one for not loving Uod. . They havs an Infernal manner of hearing the catechism. They go about van their religion duties In an exasper ating way, a though they were possessed of the devil. Their bouse is full of tht war-whoop of contention, and from suet scene husbands and children dash out ln ' to places of dissipation to find tbeir lost peaoa, or tht peace they never bad. Oh, 1 tber lorn mother Ilk flagar leading her lehmael Into the .desert to be (mitten of tbe thirst and parched In th aandl In the solemn birth-hour a voloe fell ifcralscbt fromths skies intotbat dwelling Saying) "Take this child and nurse it for Ha, and I will give thee thy wages." When angolsjol God at nightfall hover over that dwelling, do they hear the little ones lisp the name of Jesus f 0!i, traveler for oternity, with your lit tle ones gathered up under your robes, are you sure you are on the right road, ox are you leading thorn on a dangerous and winding bridle-path, oft which their lnex perlenoed fuet may slip, and up which comes the howling of the wolf and the sound of loosening lodge and tumbling av alanche? Blessed the family altar where the children kneeL Blessed the cradle where the Christian mother rocks th Christian child. Blessed the song the lit tle one sings at nightfall whon sleep is closing the eyes and loosening tbe hand from the toy on the pillow. Blessed the mother's heart, whose every throb Is prayer to God for tbe salvation, of her ohlldren. The world grows old, and soon the stars will cease to illuminate it, and the herbage to clothe it, and the mount ains to guard it, and the wators to refresh it, and the heavens to overspan It, and the long story of its sin and shame and glory and triumph wilj turn to ashes; but pa rental influences, starting In the early home, will roll on and up into the great eternity, blooming in all the Joy, waving In all the triumph, exulting In all the song of Heaven, or groaning In all the pains and shrinking back into the shame, and frown ing in all the darkness of the great prison house, 0, father! Ob, mother I In which direction Is your influence tending) I verily believe that three-fourths of the wickedness of the great city runs out rank and putrid from undisciplined homes. Somotlmos, I know, there is an exception. From a bright, beautiful, cheerful Chris tian home a husband or a son will go oil todlo. How long you have had that boy In your prayer 1 He does not know tbe tears you have shed. He kuows nothing about tbe sleepless nights you have passed about blm. He started on the downward road and will not stop, call you never so tenderly. Oh, it is. tough, it is very tough, after having experienced so much kind ness and care to get such pay of Ingrati tude 1 There is many a young man proud of his mother who would strike Into tbe dust tbe dastard who would dare to do her wrong, whoso band by his first stop In sin is sharpening a dagger to plunge through that mother's heart 1 I saw It. Tbe tele gram summoned him. I saw him come In scarred and bloated to look upon the life less form of bis mother those gray locks pushed back over tbe wrinkled brow he bad whitened by his waywardness. Those eyes bad rained floods of tears over his in iquity. That still white hand had written many a loving letter of counsel and Invi tation. He had broken that old heart. When he came In he threw himself on tbe coffin and sobbed outright and cried, "Mother I mot nor!" But the Hps that kissed blm in infancy, and that bad spoken so kindly on other day when h cam home, spake not They were sealed forever. Itatber than such a memory on my soul I would have rolled on me the Alps and tbe Himalayas. " Tbe eye that uiocketh It father and refnseth to obey Its mother, tbe ravens of the valley shsli pick it out and ths young eagles shall eat The second, caldron of Iniquity to which I point Is an indolent life. Tber are young men coming to our city with' In dustrious habits, and yet they see in ths city a great many men who seem to get along without any work. They have no business, and yet they are better dressed than industrious men, and they seem to have more facilities of access to amuse ments. They have plenty of time to spar to hang around the beautiful hotels, or lounge around the City Hall, tbelr bands In Ithelr pockets, a toothpick in tbelr mouths, waiting for some crumb to fall from tbe oflloc-holilers' table; or gating at the criminals as they come up in tbe morn ing from the station-houses, Jeering at them as they leap from the city van to the court-house steps. Ah I I would as soon think of standing at the gate of Green wood to enjoy a funeral as to stand at th City Hall in the morning when tbe city van drives up to look at the carcassos oi men and womon slain tor both worlds. The Industrious peoplo soe these idler standing about, and they wonder how they make their living. I wonder, too. They have plenty of monoy for the ride; they have plenty of money to bot on the boat race or the horse-race ; tbey can discus ths flavor of the costliest wines;,thny have the best seats at tbe theater. But still you ask me; "How do they get theli money ?" Well, my friends, there are four way of getting monoy Just four. By in heritance, by earning it, by begging It, by stealing It Now, there are many people In our community wlio seem to have plenty of money who did not inherit it, and who did not earn it, and who did not beg It You must take tbe responsibility of lay ing how they got It There are men who get tired of the drudgory of lifo, and so theso prosperous idlers, and they consort with them, and tbey learn tbe same tricks, and they go to the -same ruin at theii death, tbeir departure causing no mors mourning than 1 folt for the fait horses they foundered and killed by a too hasty watering. Oh, the pressure on the Industrious young men Is tremendous when tboy see people all around about them full of seorre ing success, but doing nothing. The mul titude of those who get their living by sleight-of-hand 1 multiplying. What ia th use of working in the store, or office, or shop, or on tbe scaffold, or by th forge, when yon can get your living by your wits? A merchant In New York was pass ing along the street on evening, and hi saw on of hi clerks, half disguised, going Into one of th low theaters. He ssid with in himself: "I must look out for that young man." On morning th merchant came to hi store, and th clsrk cam up In assumed consternation and saldi "Th tor ha been on fire. I bar got It put out, but many of the good are gone." Th merchant instantly seised tbe young man by the collar and (aid: "I bav had enough of this. You can't deceive me. Where are th good you stole f" and the clerk confessed it instantly. Th young man bad gon into th . plan of making money by ileight-of-band and by hi wit. You will get out of this world Just so much as, under God, yon can earn by your own baud and brain. Horatiu was told he might have so much land as be could plow around in on 'day with ayokof oxen; and I have noticed that men get nothing in this world that Is worth possessing of a financial, moral or spiritual nature, save that tbey get it by tbeir own hard work. It I just so much a from th morning to th evening of your life yon can plow around by your own continuous and bard, nreatlng industries. "Go to the ant, thou iluggard; consider her ways and be, wise." Dr. Talmage closed bis sermon with a l glowing review of the evils of intemper ance, concluding with these words; This sin chooses tbe fattest lambs for lacrlflce. What garlands of victory this sarbuncled band of drunkenness bath matched from the brow of the orator and poet What gleaming lights of generosity it has put out into midnight darkness. Come with me and look over come and bang over look down into It while 1 lift the cover and you may see the loathsome, boiling, seething, groaning, agonizing, blaspheming death of the drunkard. There Is evorlastlng death in the pot Innovations In Worship. One of the richest parishes in Scotland, ecclesiastically speaking, is the parish of Govan, In the neighborhood of Glasgow. A portion of Govan is now, In fact, Includ ed in the city. The incumbent of said parish is Kov. John Macleod, cousin of the late Dr. Norman Macleod and also of the present editor of Good Words. Mr. Mao leod was formerly minister of the parish of Duuse, in Berwickshire, where he made himself unoomfortable by his ritualistic! tendencies. Bince bis nppoarano tn Go van his ritualism and High Churoh lean ings generally have become even more pro nounced. Too frequout colobration of the communion, an unauthorised hymn-book, the observance of the festivals of the Christian year and laying prayers for the dead are among tbe charges preferred against him. Mr. Macleod would evident ly be much more at home among the High Church Episcopalians than among the Presbyterians. But he could not carry with blm tbe Govan stipend. CONDENSED SERMONS, ETC. Death Is lesi than death's continual lear.Mleine. Turns Ii not a moment without some duty. Cicero, Tea Implements that hew characters are the acts of life. Till place a man occupies In this world takes the huo of character. Taki away a man's hope of Heaven, and the devil could dispense with bis recruit ing stations. Tbi heart's oil of the pure furnish light for God's candle; ths hearts of the impure, darkness for the devil's scandal. Thit act criminally who make use of another's weakness as a plea for their own deficiencies. Two wrongs do not make a right Ia rr not better to bear tbe cross for a few days than to suffer for an eternity for tbe few pleasures that tbe world gives its votaries t Trc Excku.iht. What Is excellent As God Is permanent: Hearts are dust, heart's loves reman, Heart's love shall meet thee again. h'mtnan. If we are prlsonors on earth, we shall be free in Heaven. Earthly bonds are tbe golden chams that unite n with God and th insignia of our royalty. Burrxtufios that are born for God's lake crucify the flesh but exalt the spirit the body groans but the soul rejoices. The wounds heal of themselves and leav no scar. God makes use of weak instrument te accomplish hi designs in order to showui that the work is above tbe agent, and en tirely independent of bis powers and rectitude. Outward acts are more srandajou be fore men, but the Inward lusts that prompted them are mora offensive before God. A plausible exterior may cover a very rotten heart TniRi is no necessity constraining a man to make a fool of himself. It Is s vol untary act, and he should not complain if be be laughed at for his trouble. It merits only derision. One of the strangest characteristics of a fool is tbe complacency he exhibits in tbe conviction that men regard him as wise. That is, h; takes everybody else to be a fool except himself. ' WriATls there of earth worthy of our lovef To turn our backs upon God, Is as if a King should leave his throne to en gage In the most menial employment to go from lightness Into gloom. Nature seems to exist for tbe excellent Tbe world Is upheld by the veracity of good men; tbey make the earth whole some. We call our children and our lands by their names; tbelr work and efu let are in our houses. Eincnon. ALL things else are changed with a change of heart; old thing are passed away, and all things become new, for ev erything 1 different from what it was. Let blm who would know what true hap piness is seek for this change. Grace must be active to be profitable. It is not what we would wish to do that will benefit our souls, but what we do In deed. To profess piety and not practice it, instead of enhancing our Interests, will heighten our condemnation. The higher tho waters of tribulation rise npon earth the higher tbe vessel mounts to heaven. Do not seek for immunity from suffering, for it Is the pledge of mercy and the only coin that passes cms- rent in the banking-house of God, There are ten thing for which no on baa ever yet been sorry: for doing good to all, for speaking evil of no one, for bear ing before Judging, for thinking before speaking, for holding an angry tongue, for being kind to the distressed, for asking pardon for all wrongs, for being patient towards everybody, for stopping th ear to a tal -bearer, and for disbelieving evil reports. Host men bav an ambition of som sort or other. Without it a man is no bet ter than dead, be is a mere stick. Back of this, there 1 mind that bring it out, and is it main-spring. Th sounder the mind tbe greater tbe ambition, and vry healthy man has a vivid imagination. It lives in th future. Imagination lost, th mind has no goal, it stops and bas no de sir to go on. i?s. Dr. Hutchins, of Mi, neapollt. , There are som people who turn gray, but do not grow hoary, whose faces are furrowed, but not wrinkled, whos heart are sore wounded In many places, but are not dead. There I a youth that bid d flano to age, and there I a kindness that laughs at ths world' rough usage. These are they that have returned good for evil, not having Jeared It a a lesion of right eousness, but beoaus they have no vll In them to return npon others. Whom th gods lov die young, and tbey die young bemuse they never grow old. Marion Orate ford, . . WASTAGE UTILIZED. ILLUMINATING CAS FROM GARBAGE. Bow Great Cities May Yet Be Lighted From Their .Ash-Barrel An In tersstlng and Promising Experiment. N. Y. Herald. ' ' A successful experiment was tried Mon day evening i in the presenoe of a number of experts and newspaper reportore which seemed to demonstrate the feasibility of scheme on which tbe Inventor bas been working bard for a long time. This Is nothing lees than utilizing the garbage of the city for the manufacture of Illuminat ing gas. He proposes at once to proceed with experiments on a large scale, by means of which to demonstrate more fully the fact that in the city . garbage there ii sufficient gas to supply the entire city with light Nothing could be simpler or more satis factory than tbe demonstration which was made of the correctness of the theory. The apparatus was crude and simple. At one end was a retort over a furnace. At the other end were two gas-pipes, one with an open end and the other with an ordi nary gas-burner affixed, and at each oi these pipes was a Jet of burning gas, whlcl at a glance could not be told from the or dlnary illuminating gas of commerce. Between tbe. two ends were half a dosen Jars and a small tin box hermetically sealed, but communicating with one an other by means of short gas-pipes. Is these Jars and in the box were simply tht cleansing agents employed to take up the impurities of the gas. Other links in tbe chain of communica tion between the retort and the two Jets of. flame and light were a small receiving tank and an ordinary gas meter. The tank was constructed in miniature similar ly to the great iron tanks which render the yards of the gas companies of the city so unplcturesque. A tall tin kettle with three uprights around its top was partial ly filled with water. . A smaller tin kettle was Inverted and sot inside. To the bot tom (which was now the top) of this raallor kettle was attached three cords with weights appended. Those cords were passed over the uprights and served to bal ance tbe toy gas-bolder while the water In tbe outer vessel served as an impassabl barrier to the Imprisoned gas. In five of the six Jars mentioned were water and slaked lime. In the sixth on was charcoal, and in the sealed box was a small quantity of dry unslaked lime. These completed tbe channel through which the gas, liberatod from the garbage by tbe heat in tbe retort, was to pass to the two burners, the connection being made by open cocks and small rubber tub ing. When tbe company had gathered, and all was ready, the garbage, which had been picked up at random from a casual barrel on the sidewalk, was weighed and put into tbe retort It weighed Just sev enteen ounces, and was as choice an as sortment of waste as could be desired. There was a bit of leather and rubber torn from an old gaiter, some crusts of bread, a piece of fat meat and one of lean corned beef, a beet, a cigar stump, some egg shells, a rag, a banana stump, a potato, a fragment of pineapple peel, a leaf of cab bage and some mint All was rapidly ap proaching putrefaction. This being put Into th retort, the retort was sealed and put into a Jeweler's blast smelting furnace. Tbe fire was started at exactly 6:9) p. nu, and for ten minutes tbf steam and gases from the garbage were allowed to escape. Previous experiments had indicated that these products were practically useless. Then at twenty min ute to 8 p. m. the attachment was mad with the Jars, etc., described above, and almost immediately tbe top of the gat bolder began to rise. It was suffered to rise a few inches, and then a weight was put on it, and at seventeen minutes to six tbe ga wan lighted at the burner. At first the presence of atmospherio ail in the pipes made the flames flicker, bul this was only for a few momenta. It wat not long before the blaze was similar t to that from the average gas bur nor In any city house. Tbe gas gave a good, clear light, apparently of the same quality at that commonly used In New York bouses. That which was lighted at the burner had tbe same blue centre and yellowish white flower which is ordinarily seen, wbilo that which was lighted at the open pipe bad leu of the blue and more of the white than is noticed when ordinary coal gas is lighted at a similar aperture. One peculiarity was noticed which the In ventor explained by saying that bis cleans ing processes were very imperfect and tbat therefore the gai bad a considerablt amount of impurity about it Above tht yellow or white flame there was a narrow rim of pea-green flame. It was evident enough that this was made by some pari of the gas which was not perfectly com busted and the explanation was accepted as being satisfactory. Two further experiments were made with a view to seeing whether It would bt practicable to enrich the garbage gas In th same way that coal gas Is ordinarily enriched. First, a connection was made wttb a second retort In which bad been placed half an ounce of chlorate of potash and half an ounoe of oxide of manganese. Fire was started under this retort, and al most Immediately a very perceptible In crease was noticed In the white light at tbe two burner. This lasted only a short time, and tbe seosnd connection was dis continued. Tbe next experiment consist ed of directing tbe current between th re tort and th two flame through a sealed tin box, In which was about a quart of ben sine. This was to see If th gas emanat ing from th benzine would amalgamate readily, with th gas that wa burning, It rld so amalgamate, and th sam In crease In the white . light wa noticed as bad been when th oxygen fromtb second retort had been blended witb tbe garbagt gas. Th burning of th gas from th seven teen onnoes of garbage described oontlnued for exactly half an hour. Then th two light went out, and an examination ol th meter showed that twenty-two feet ol gas bad been produced and consumed. On opening the-retort tbat had held th gar bage there was fonnd only a small bandful of dirty, gray ashes. Cah yon speak of a yxxmuUdv m Mat brow beaten when hh WaUrb tdl liwlington Vrt4 iYes. M If ADaJcm," said a gentleman, oAwtpa t roM to a ladv, "allow ma to prWmt yxA to on of roar sisters.'! KEEP HT MIED . Tbat you can buy th best Lime Cement Calcined Plaster and Plaster ing Hair AT THE RELIABLE GKOOBR Y AND GROGE'.ERY STORE where you have to go for that Choice Fresh Roasted Coffee, the Best Brands of Flour, and Yeast that will raise your bread in either cold or warm atmos phere. If you want one of the Celebrated Xenia Smoked Hams, you will find it at the same place, kept by BOWLBY & HALL. 12yl p.wwp; Wff'.ill (jwiWfW'V infants and Children Without Morphine or Knrontino. What plres our Children rov cheeks. What cures tbelr fevers, muki-s ihein lo-p 'TIs f'Hrnrla, YTken Babies fret, and crv lr turns, What cure their coiic, kills their worms. Hut Cpntort. What quickly cures Constipation, ' Sour Stomach, Colds, lndii.-eMinn : Hut 'ntm-ta. Farewell then to Morphine Pj-rups, Castor OU and Paregoric, and HiillCnitorla. Centaur Liniment. An d solute enra for Rheumatism, Sprains, Burns, Galls, &o and an instantaneous Pain-reliever. S33 We have put ia a fall lino of Terry's Scissors & Shears, And request all oar customers to call and examine them. They are sold to us under a "Warrantee Un limited," and we cheerfully recom mend them to our trade. We keep them in Terry's Cylinder Case, and can without trouble, show them to our friends. Our stock is com plete. 4yl MALiLUlii, riUUE & JU. Reinoyal ! HOYT Ss WOOI1I.ET Wish to inform the citizens of Wellington and vicinity that they havo removed their stock of FlR.Wi'RE! AND GOODS TO E.,S. TRIPP'S old Carriage Re- pository where they will be pleaspd to seo their friends and patrons & all who may dosiro to look over their stock. They have the finest FURNITURE ROOMS in Lorain Co., and an unusually large and fine assortment of goods. Prices will be as low as the lowest and they will meet all legitimate competition. They will keep fully abreast of the times in styles and will have an assortment equal to any in Loraiu County. No trouble to show goods. HOYT OOOLLEI. To Hy Patrons. Now Is tua lira to order your HAED COAL and secure the lowest prices for the Beaton, A. full stock of the best Lackawanna Anthracite Coal, and Mass! lion, llauaillon Cnnnel, Blossburg and Jackson.- Soft coal always in stock, at prices at low as tho lowest ' , 0. E. DUTLITr. tVWedainjr Cards a specialty at (he Bktkupwb Olilce. , .... ..,,,. ihiiiijiiIW ii ASTONISHING PRICES ! Our late Purchases are away below their actual value and our cus tomers reap, the benefit, Cassimere IP T S I only $2.00 a trifle more than cotton-J ade mole-l skin pantsj canvass bot toms, $1.50, Cottonade lined canvass $1.10; Boys coat, pants aad vest $2.25; Chil dren's coat and pant $1.25. W. W. HARYEY, R. J. ROBINSON has secured temporary accommodations, one door south of tho PoBt ollice, and ha3 put in A. FULL rTOCK of everything ia his line, and is sell oigchep per than ever. Ice C re mn will bo furnished families and parties, this season, at tjl per gallon. Bread, ' Cakes. Fruits and Vegetables, in their season, iu great variety. Ai r, r, , v.- aiso summer .urinKS, uigars and Tobacco, &c, &c. A continuance of favors from his old patrons and friends, is respectfully solicited. 19tl2- 11. J. HobiiiHon. UBCOATZONAIi. 'Western Reserve FORMAL SCHOOL Another year opecs 'with every Indication of In creasing prosperity. Tho largely Increased at tcudiEco of lut year, and tho succum of lis Undents si teachers, point to the eicelli-ut charac ter of the Normal, and to Its growing reputation. LITERAKY IlKI'A RTM ENT. . nr.SINF.SM DEPARTMENT. FINE AllT DEPARTMENT. Thorough tralulu&. Tcsrhors' review of two weeks begins August 18. Tall term begins Sept. . Catalogues .out free 10 any addnwa. K. II. HALL, Principal, 31 1 LA N, OHIO. NORTH-WESTERN OHIO H03MAL SGHSOL 'S ADA. OHIO. Thrt IdTTut nnA mn.t flr.it4a.ttln ..I I l -a. . Mute. J-.rm.I rm-nt if.tMi. 5115, pnid in ndvunte, U til list 1 w m Vi 1 r.in.ri.i -...1 ...!.!. , I Kill ptnr l oanl, ruoin mit and tuition, tut m lion, jvht "ii t,i nrt'a", ta'Aa-lfal fur 111 u....lr iit.,,1 ny time mikI rlnM will l,e formed lo at mm- ..-.. v - . m-i. j u.i m i iii u"r'in u if. I'i. lNil: Hm.au I-.'II t.;m, t. 21; Winter tvim, Jan. (J IKks. bt-.id for cit Mosul'. Wo tm trnveliuit cipfQWi it ever .till ml' if nut m H.K..'rii-..-l 30i4 H. S. LEHK, A. H.f Prosidont Western Reserve Academv, HUDSON. OHIO. vnnr.a the mcrr inw n Western Reserve University Heud fur Catalogue to Kami l EuSAST. MniiBil. &IW Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Kv. Siwlml. a.o hwlo any imk4.r la Ik. ;mt. Ho mrauoo. Tta. h,im U,. ruu Dlplona Bifa Omt abmi id J. Sr.ru. Tm.1 Ct. inclodlni TalUna. Snor Bo. u4 Slaafullr.sua. T.wtr p.wry. UunrjCctm M. LtAln rwwivwl. A.ujo .uamwIhI frwlauM. Ont but pplll lut rw fra. Ilka rnn (rf UK. tnn tl HfUm. la. UMlloa U prult.ly Mid laalrMuJI. lapvud to lomriwra. SixlU anna far Trubrr arrl Su.Idm Mm. Uolrff-ll DIptaMpTMIMfelUaralaUM. Tal. bmtirai an. b bm4 fcr lu bnimnilDwand KclMr. and la oa ludlna Bllnda. UI Srulor, NffiM Btpt. Nk. Far Hn.lkr.ui4 fr.irnaru..uj Mtraainirm&tam vViLULat U. SMiTU,Uaa1. ? CLEVELAND. E College Open all ths year ronnd situations furnished. Writ for circulars to, Jos. Jlallhouee, n Superior St., Cleveland, O. tumm mmr A.n. Fall term bnlua tw (itciuber, 3d. Open to young men and ymin women. New Halt tor liuitra with apaelous and elegant rounia. The ladles are under the care of s competent preceptreee, , . Huartllc S1.00 per wee, and other espenaos mod- 4:uurae oi aiunj aiiM'i. sun ui.tmcnon rnor- OURtl. A. SCIIUYLKK, LL.U'fSKa'T -fT FREE! CaMaat A farorite prescription of one of Oiy moil noted and incee..rul aneclallatatn thcU.o. (now rr tlreilirnrthediriiof ArareoM.Daoil.rVj Xea Jlf nttrlrrofll, rV'eoJtnass encl Joaa.Beul In plain eaaled snTelupeW .Druse. lata can flit It. Addraae OR. WARD A CO. Lol.l. Mo. . 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