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   Rushford Spectator (Newspaper) - June 23, 1887, Rushford, New York                                 RATBS OP AnVISBTISm«.  RATBS OP AnVISBTISm«.     Time.    I in.    H cl.    Xcl.    >4 cl.    I col.      I week___    ♦0.50    $2.00    •3.00    $6.00    $10.00      2 weeks..    0.75    300    4.00    7.00    12.00      3 weeks..    I.cd    3-50    5.00    8.00    14.00      I motah.    1.25    4.00    6.00    9.00    16.00      3 months.    2,50    6.00    Io. 00    14.00    25.00      6 months.    4 00    8.00    14.00    20.00    40.00      I year...    6.00    12.00    18.00    30 00    50.00     ERMS  $ï.»/f IN ADVANCE. $i.SÖ AFTEB 3 MONTHS  Independent. "Hew to the Line let the Chips fall where they may."  KSTAIinsH KU lO-ZO.  W. l\ lienjaiiiiii, §diicr ^ frc^.  â^Fast power presses. Agents and corre-■pomlents wanted In every adjolnlnft town.  VOL. IX.  RUSHFORD, ALLEGANY coi, N, Y., THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1887.  NO.  Ofall kindsdone, on application,quickly andat pricesto suiithe times.  Forciign AdvnrllHers nnist deposl 1 amoniit lo ailv. in our ))tuik: in advance Hulijecl I'libllsb er'H order (|iiKrterly. Locals ten cents pei lii'.fi. Froc loeiils to regular advertisers. »ir Moeuts oreloctroi vpcpinser wittaOQ solid bases. 2.'? 3 4 inches In a column .  LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW S  —Efmer Hardy is running a meat wagon.  —Tuesday was the longest day of the year.  —Wanted: at once, MONEY on snbscription.  —Cheese sold at Fillmore last Tl^ursday for to 7| cts. per pound, j/^- Mr. Uptegiove claims the first new potatoes, having had a mess last week. ^ —The B., N. Y. & P. R. R. will be sold upon a foreclosure in September next.  —Dwight Scott has received a pension of $4 per moiiih»fi# lw^ pay to the amount of Glad to  hear it.  —Miss Anna Board returned from Elmira Friday, where she has been attending a musical convention held  by Prof. H. R. Palmer.  —There are many subscriptions which are due. We need the money, and hope those who are in arrears will call and pay up.  —A Free Methodist camp meeting has been in session at Eagle Village during the past week. Several people from Rushford have been in attendance.  —The Belfast Band discoursed sweet music at Lake Cuba, Sunday. There were several present from Rushford who were looking for "Der Lettle German Band."  —There will be a donation for Rev. A. H. Johnson at the parsonage Wednesday eve, June 29th, 1887. A cordial invitation is extended to all.  By order of Com. y^—h. M. Holmes of Farmersville iä" building a large barn 74x30 feet with an underground stable. V Wm. and F. W. Beaumont of this place are doing the mason work.  Addis Thayer has purchased a 'fine I blood Holstein bull of 'Mat' Mitchell of Lyndon. The bull is only a little over a year old and weighs 960 pound8.^^.äfe is a good one.  —Children's Day was observed last Sunday at Caneadea and a most excellent program was rendered. Rushford's Sunday School workers, A. W. Litchard, Grant Woods,Lucian Benjamin and Will Ingleby, were present.  ; —Married at Macedón June 15th, 'li)y Rev. H. C. Woods of Perry, Mr. Carlton B. Woods and Miss Minnie J. Taber both of Macedon.L Mr. and Mrs. Woods accompanied by Mrs. W. M. Persons and daughter of Nunda, were guests of Byron Woods over Sunday. Carl's meny friends in Rushford wish him a happy and successful voyage upon life's matrimonial sea.  —By a broken car wheel, a freight train on the B., N. Y. & P. R. R. was badly wrecked at Nunda Junction Friday afternoon. Fifteen cars were thrown into a heap, blockading the track. A brakeman by the name of True was killed, anil another brake-man had his leg broken and was badly injured otherwise.  —The Olean Democrat announces the following as one of the novel features of the Celebration at Olean July 4th: "A large building will be ignited, the fire alarm will be sounded and the entire fire department and steam fire engine will turn out and quench the flames, giviqg an exactly uud realistic exhibition of the Olean lire department in a hand to hand contest with the devouring element."  —J. J. Sturges of Fish Lake was in town last week, soliciting a share of the patronage of picnic parties, pleasure seekers and all who may desire to find a pleasai.t and comfortable place tg recreate and have a good timé.t^'Úi'. Mttii'geij hau re-contly erected a commodious building on the East side of thn Lake and is prepared to furnish first-clans board by tho week, day or moal. nlso has accommodations for horses, aud has boats, fishing tackle and pverything possible for tho enjoy-¡uf'iit of the public. The fishing is ¿M,ocl ut tho Liike this season and ii.iiiiy large bass h&vü beew caught, (live the Fish Lake House a call.  -The Monitor Oil Stove spoken of i Ii another column is all that is rec-i,iuiMt.u<lwl, Mrs Benjamin has used oiio fur iiioiu than twu weeks and iiiiH u.sed no other stove during thö ti Ulf', doing all of her work upon the (,il Ktovn. During this terribly hot Wiiuthor, when it is almost impossible to work near a wood stove, you would hardly notice that there was a lire in the room where the Monitor is in full blast. It costs less for fuel, besides doing away with all dust and ashes and all trouble of preparing wood. Another important item is the quickness with which you can ^i^vp ij^e £tn4 tjlsp pi}t ft oi^t ^pji^: leaking, cooking, jronii^g ftpa ftj) work doi^e by the use of any stpvß can be done better with the Monitor as the heat can be regulated aod kept even. It has been the unlver» Kal verdict of house keepers who have used the Monitor Oil Stove that they would not do without it for many times the price of it. We would extend an invitation to all who (ire interested to call and examine t-ti© ütoyß í^ovisp see it  work.  —Castor oil, at Merrill's.  —Tomatoes at the Market.  —Cucumbers at the Market  — Strawberries at the Market.  —Best machine oil at iferrill's.  —Moccasins cheap at H. Brooks'.  —Go to Mei-rill's for paint brushes.  —Summer horse blankets at TiE^-lor's.  -^o to H. Brooks' for siltfi&er hats.  —Fresh fish at the Market, Thursday.  —Get your barbed wire at Morrill's.  —^A new stock of canned gooda at Taylor's.  —All kinds of vegetables at the Market.  —Low shoes and all other kinds, at H. Brooks,'___  —Pure Paris Green in bulk at Gilbert's Drug Store.  —Single and double harpoon hay forks, at Merrill's.  —Don't forget the 25c hat deal at the Down Town Store.  —A few more of those nice potatoes at A. H. Alderman's.  —Lubricating oils 40 cts. per gallon and upwards at Gilbert's Drug Store.  —You can buy splendid canned salmon and all kinds of fish at A. M. Taylor's.  —New stock of mouldings for picture frames at The Drug Store, call and get prices.  —The best and cheapest hay carriers, for wood or iron tracks, in the ix^arket, at Merrill's.  —Young man you need a new suit or a pair of pants in which to Celebrate, you can buy them cheap, at Taylor's.  —Pratt & Colburn will make you a very low price on mens, boys and childrens straw bats. No reasonable offer will be rejected.  —Young women and maidens have you examined those cashmere shawls at Taylor's ; they are a great bargain.  —Pratt & Colburn have the finest hue of black goods they have ever shown and you need not send off for samples for they have some of the latest styles, and the price is right  —To all that want curtains Pratt & Colburn have a word. They have a choice line from the cheapest scrim up to some of the best lace in patterns, with some ney shades with fixtures, poles, etc., etc.  —Our stock of neckwear and gents furnishing goods is complete with pew goods, jersey and wool shirts^ bicycle stockings and the best un-laundried shirt in the market; make us a call. Pratt & Colburn.  —For Sale : My farm i mile south of East Rushford Mill, also house and lot in tho village of Rushford. Reasonable rates.  Patrick Barry.  —Two good second hand platforms for sale cheap. See tho Dandy wagon before buying, just the things for one or two horses ; 2 seats, pole and shafts. For sale very reason-« able by H. A. Holden.  —To Farmers: Don't wait for your repairs until you need them, but look over tho old machine and notify me what's needed as I may have to order some parts. In case the old machine is N. G. go to H. A. Holden and get a new one.  —The superiority of the Monitor  011 stove in the important features of safety, simplicity, and c(3».venienco is attested by the uninterrupted success maintained by it throughout the past  12 years, dui-ing which time it has achieved and preserved a popularity  —A. H. Alderman was in Yorkshire, Sunday.  —Miss Nellie Braa has returned from Geneseo.  —Mrs. John Beaumont visited relatives at Belfast last week.  —H. G. Hall rode his bicycle to Wiscoy and return Monday.  -Marcus Eaton is having quite a serious attack of rheumatism.  —Fred Burr of Oaneadea was in town Tuesday with his sfc^per.  -^JTohn Tousley of Jamestown has been in town during the past week.  —Miss Helen McDonald of Ridge-way, Pa., is visiting friends in town-  —Mrs. A. K. Benjamin has beeii-ÓÙ th^ sick list during thè past week.  Seavy of Girard, Pa., was in town last week, visiting old friends.  —Mr. and Mrs. 'Jule' Robinson were in town oyer Sunday, guests of relatives.  —Geo. Crane of Hume was the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. T. Rice, over Sunday.  —Mrs. A. Holliday and son of Cuba are guests of her mother, Mrs. Wm. Beaumont.  —Mrs. Cora Morse of Sardinia was the guest of her brother, C. C. Colburn, last weeL  —Wm. Williams and daughter, Anna, and Mrs. E. C. Hardy were in Franklinville, Tuesday. l/'^Prof. and Mrs. Wilson left town Friday for Wethersfield, where they go to visit Prof's parents.  -H. T. Chase and M. M. Tarbell with their families attended the funeral of Mrs. N. Bosworth at Belvi-dere, Saturday.  l^dwr. and Mrs. W. W. Bush attended the reunion of the ex-prisoners of war at Friendship, on Wednesday of last week.  —Mrs. M. A. Charles of Cuba visited relatives in town last week. Her mother, Mrs. Lucy Lyon returned to Cuba with her.  —John Roberts and family of Williamson, Wayne Co., and G. W. Smith of Castile were guests of R. W. Benjamin and family last week.  —Dr. Bixby and daughter, Carrie, attended the closing exercises of the Arcade Union School last week. Mrs. Bixby returned home with them,  as. Himes and H. McElhany j attended the re-union of war prison-lers at Friendship last Wednesday. Their wives accompanied them as far as Rockville.  UDr.  W^ells and Rev. Johnson were in Franklinville, Tuesday, after the ornaments for the pagoda. They were, no doubt, surprised to find a horse race in progress at that place.  Friday, Jnly Ist.  At a meeting of the committees from the Methodist, Presbyterian and Baptist Sunday Schools, it was decided to have a genei'al Sunday School Celebration and Picnic on Friday July 1st  Various committees were appointed ; one committee to seleet and prepare place ; another on programme ; another to secure speaker. The oommitteea have reported in part.  place selected is in D. 0. Woods' beautifnl grove«  An address aad jW^ exercises bf the Sunday Schools will be held in the grove.  The Rushford Band wiil be in attendance and add much to the inter-est of the occasion.__  All are invited to come from far and near.  Remember the day, Friday July 1st.  By order of Com.  / —Hon. C. P. Vedder will orate at Fr^kliuville on the Fourth.  Ru.shford don't intend to get left and will have her Fourth of July fun on Friday, July Ist  ^Home grown strawberries have been in the market during the past week at; from 10 to 12^ cts. per quart.  —H. C. Dresser has a pear tree that has fruit upon it and is now blossoming again. Is it the "New Agriculture?"  —Geo. Blanchard is making cheese at the Podonque factory. Since the Inter State Commerce Bill has taken effect, "ticket scalpers" are seeking other employment  — Ernest H- Brown, of Belfast, stood first in the examination at Bel-<  —A fine rain Tuesday night.  -It has been extremely hot during the past week.  —We are in receipt of the Wells-burg News, a paper of which Fred Shaw is the editor. It's a very successful venture.  —The Rushford ball club have challenged the Cuba club to play a match game of ball at this place, and it is expected that the game will be played on Fridaj' of this week.  —Lost: Two colts, a three-year-old with white stripe in face and two white feet, and a bay yearling. Any information concerning them will be most thankfully received.  —A gentleman representing Tich-ner & Jacobi of Rochester was in town Friday and took the measure of the members of the band for new uniforms, which will be made of a heavy rich blue and neatly trimmed ; a cap will be made of the same material. The suits are to be finished before the 4th.  —We are under obligations to L. B. Treeman for copies of Nebraska papers, also to A. Washburn for a copy of Rand, McNally & Co's Bankers' Monthly, which speaks of Tope-ka, Kan., as the capital city of the Banner State of tha.Umon,and^es that city a great boom, with the most brilliant prospects for future prosperity.  NEW HUDSON !  Rev. A. G. Markham, formerly pastor of the F. W. Baptist church at Rawson but now ministering to the society at Moreton's Corners, was in town the guest of relatives 4ast week.  Mrs. Dollie Kibbie of Potter Co., Pa., visited her brother, H. C. Fuller, and other friends in this vicinity last week.  Mrs. Dickey and son, James, were summoned to Belmont to attend the funeral obsequies on Saturday last of Mrs. Nehemiah Bosworth, who died very suddenly of appoplexy, on the previous Thursday morning.  James Hurley, manager of the Simpson Stock Farm, was presented by his wi^ with an infant daughter on Wednesday morning of last week.  Little Flossie, the five year old daughter of Wm. Lane, gave her people a terrible fright on Tuesday of last week by eating wild parsnips, but as usual in all cases of great emergency Mrs. Lane preserved her presence of mind, and the prompt and efficacious remedies to which she immediately re8orte4 no doubt saved the child's life.  Mrs. Margaret A. McVey in jumping from a wagon last Thursday morning had the misfortune to break  CENTEKVIIiliE !  C^celved too late for pnbUoation last week.)  W. T. and Harrison ElHott have returned from a week's visit at Ithaca, where they have been the guests of O. L. Elliott who is a professor at Ooraell.  Mrs. Couch is recovering slowly.  As Geo. Crowell was leaving the store one day la^t week loaded with goods, his harness broke and his iorse lit out at a lively gait. He Imade fot Mr. Merwin who was sit-iing in his rustic chair, which he oc-^pies a good share of the time, and him to make the quickest mw^ of hfe life to escape being run over.  We h«d a grand time Children's Day. The churches were beautifully decorated. Services weie held in the M. E. church at 11 a. m., and in the F. B. church at 2 p. m., where the ladies had shown much skill and la-bor in decorating the church with plants and flowers. Everything looked so bright and cheerful and the singing of the birds mingled with the children's voices made it a day long to be remembered and all were well paid for the labor spent in preparing for the occasion. G. T.  H. {}, HALL,  TOJ^SOm.^L ailTTST  No pains spared to'pleasn customers. Give me a call. Shop on Second Floor of Brick Block,  IIUSHFOIIT^ N. Y.  Important Notice!!  J. B. Grordoii & Son,  dealers in at,l kinds of  ne ai HeuMLuie  i.ATn, i>ooRs, wmnows, etc.  our, Fseü anil Oil Mea'  ----Tlie most olegant line of all wool Dress (ioods, Trimmings  Velvets, Beaded (iimps, JJre.ss Buttons, Aic. at James & Benson's,  ----The most extensive line of Wraps, New Markets, Seal  riusli Sacques, Misses & Children's Cloaks at James & Benson's.  ... .The largest Stock of T'ndei-wear, Hosieiy, Cardigan Jackets and all Knit (ioods at James & Benson's.  ----The most complete line of lioots k Shoes, that you can  hny cheap at Jsnies A: Benson's  ----The greatest variety of liats, Caps, Mittens, Cloves, Horse  Blankets, llobes, Ktc. at James & Benson's.  always on iiaxd,  Rushford Market,  Wo trouble) to show Goods. Call and sec tlioiii.  June 13th, 1887.  Children's Day, with its accompaniment of birds and flowers, was observed at both churches yesterday. The exercises consisted in part, of singing and recitations by the children after which Dr. Durgan spoke and aptly illustrated his talk by comparing the young to the beautiful flowers. The exercises closed with a song by little Ella Thomas entitled, " The Golden Stairs," which was rendered in clear bird-like tones and in most accurate time.  'Jeffie,' an old dog owned by Mr. Newcomb, has been gathered to his fathers, and Geo. Crowel, deals out groceries and dry goods over the platform of his milk wagon.  Mrs. Ralph Phillips, an old lady 65 years of age was united in marriage to a blushing young man, 24 years old, a few days since.  'Joe' Osborne, the new man who works for Periy Corse, passed j through town, Sunday, with a load of goods, household furniture, etc.  Foxes are quite numerous through .tbe .5iprth''part of the iowaa, and are getting in their work by killing poultry, eating half grown birds and chickens, in fact, doing -a wholesale business in " cussedness."  Saturday evening, two young men gave an athletic exhibition near the J north-east comer of John Motcalf's garden. The performance was stopped by Abram Voorhees, who separated the combatants.and proved himself a 'good Samaritan' and peacemal^er generally. Difference of opinion was the probable cause of trouble between the young bloods, which, no doubt, created a desire in their manly bosoms to know which was the better man. B. Larney.  // r-.  (■rn?cj c/  rii  COLD STOiUOE MEATS  Of all kinds always on hiiiul to bo sold Cheap as tho Choapest,  Oelivei-od Fi'oe.  J. N. liOI.DKN, - I'KOl'.  ^ S j( PRATT &  n  \j  ii  Ì  (I  COLBURN  WArvii FA< Ti;ii}:ii OF  AND AND  —0-  Repairing done with neatnoHS an despatch. Satisfactioa guaranL(v <l.  Leliigii Yall(\y (loal^  CHESTiNUT,  ^0. 4, STOVE,  EU(i,  Special Bates on car loads. Coal Yard and scales at the Depot.  still keep a full sto(^k of Dry Goods, Men's Fiiriiisliiiig Goods, UiidiM'wcar, .Hosiery and N^olioiis; also tliat tli(\y ari^ s(M^ond lo none in their, slock of  ]]oots, Slioes & Jiul)l)ers  and Special Attentionjs jiaid to the  Cofïeos;^ SSi^ioos  and in fact evi^iytliini;' pi^rtainini;' to the  Comci and iis and brillìi; your rroduce, jfor which we will pay the In<;'hesi j)rice.  Ivusliford, Jan. T»^ '87. Pi^att & OoiairuN^.  Genesee Camp Ground Association, Season of 1887.  There will be two series of moot-ings this year, each entirely distinct from the other, thus enabling tho managers to offer to tho churches and the public more varied and entertaining features than havo over been presented in a single season on the Silver Lake grounds-.  Tho Educational and Anniversary course will bo in session from July 27th to August 4th inclusive, and tho Camp Meeting from August 5th to August 12th inclusive.  During the Camp Mooting thore will be a Children's Hour and a Mother's Meeting each day, conducted by Mrs. Dr. Baker of Rochester.  For full mformation couoorning tenia, etfl., addresa H. C. Woods, I  Myj'on Mc)rii;an.  E. A. JOHNSON,  Watcliiiiiiier M Jewe  of ^i;'oini>' to I vo(di(\ster or I^ullalo to bny Clotliini;- wIkmi yon can do bi^ller at home. We hav(i iììo laríj;(\st and most comjileto Stock of Clothini;' ever l)r()ni;'t to llnshford and w(i i^'iiarantiHi a i';oo(l 1^'it and good  All Wool Suits from |10.<H) uj). OviMroats from $0.00 up. A laigc Stock of I'aiits from -If.-J.OO up. Cliildi'ciis, Hoys and VoutlTs Clotliing a Sjiccialty.  Ocììi/s Furiìisliiiiss, Mats à Cîips.  A full line of ihn ch()ic(\^t and h(\st  as clieap as the cheapest. Johnson's L'a,tent j^tsy j ^^^Si^oli"- nxxcl Cx-oíviü of tla^o Vall^oy T^loxir,  ^ Fitting SpechuTes. í largest Stock in Town of  Tobacco,, Cigars« öaan^dy and Nuts,  Ladies and dents  GtOIjID "V^^^^TOIXlIïiS,  y ti  !, ELOGES  li  beyond comparison with those of any other description. Call on W. W. Merrill and examine before purchasing any other kind. The Monitor ia eudorsed by nil firBt-class iusuranoe coin])anie8 as being perfectly safe, and thuy exact from the consumer No Extra Foe for the privilege of using tho same.  —Cheese fact .iry statements will soon be in orojr, and you can procure thorn at thu Hi'i'^OTATop Oefice very cheap.  —Foh Sale: A quantity of woo<ien eave-trough. David Sill.  —Money lo loan at five per cent by Bowen «fcRoot, General Insurance aud l^oan Agents, JTrft^Jilinyille, N. Y.  Attention Daiiymen 1  The famous Holstein Bull, Ben Hadad, registered in the Holland Herd Book, can be seen at the stables of R. W. Benjamin, | mile north of Rushford village. Terms of service ;^2.00.  Notice to Horsemen.  Hugh Sarsaiield has a jet black four year Stallion which will stand at rfjsjfionp^ ifi :fiuB^fpf4 (formey-ly W. F. Woods? farm') this spaaoR for a limited number o| mnros. Mr. Sarsafield's horse was sired by J51-mer Oottrell's Norqaan Pepcheron horse, Napier, which took first premium at Hornellsville Fair last ye&r, and dam by a | blood Morgan mare.  Avoid the use ol cnloTn'^l for billows com. plaints, Ayer'8 Cathartic Pills, entirely vegetable, bare been tusteO iorty yeara, unci are acknowledged to bt ihe b«« rentedy for tor-[^l^y of t|ifl liver, costlvenesa and pdigos-  mont, on the 4th inst., for the Cornell scholarship and W. J. Roch, of Wellsville, ranked second.  —^The remains of Mrs. Haunestein, daughter of Alfred Kellogg, were interred in tho White cemetery, Friday. Tho funeral was largejy at\ tended. Rev. Munger officiated.  //<^Marriod at the Wesleyan parsonage in East Rushford, June IGth, i8«7, byRev. AV. A. ¡¿taniield, Mv-Murcus A. Aokerman of Hume aud Miss Letty L. Mearns of Centerville. May a pleasant, prosperous and useful life be theirs to enjoy.  Holden is ^ very e^cient Drug Clerk and has never made a mistake in putting up a prescription, but when a thing like the follpwing occurs it is time that his caiaa was looked into. Halurday, Mi's. 0. W, Wood worth entered the Drugstore and called for Plaster of Paris and Sal-Soda ; but upon reaching home found that she had Plug Tobacco and Putty.  iXw e visited Angelica oye^ Sun-di^y \fitli our wjfe a«d Ijttlq paps anc^ also took in Ji'riepdship, bp^h bpautj-ful tqwns but fpr business and activity Fillmore beats the poppty, fFiJli more JSnterprise. it will be rpws (q many, no dojabt, to know that there is such a town as Fillmore in this county. There is. It's a nice little clearing near Hume. [Friendship j Register.  Inapui-lilos of the blood often onuse great aiinovaiioe at tblH season ;Uood'8 Bifrsapariikt parities thu blood,and cures ail'Stichxfdifeov  one of her limbs below the knee joint. Up to latest advices (Sunday) it has Deen found unable, on account of the excessive swelling, to reduce the fracture. Ro!  ry, N. Y.  Rushford. N. Y.  jsemary.  ÍPfiíÍ!  F A I R V I E W !  Family buggies, new and shiny, are prominent features of the day. ^nry Smith has one of the same for hi| comfort.  Jffimes ííttry»'ich died on Monday evening of last woek, after a long aiid painful illness. Dropsy was the in|mediate cause of his death. He laid to rest on Wednesday at Freedom cemetery.  Burglars entered the store of Mr, Williams at Freedom last week, securing u an^ll amount of money and (¿insiderable clothing 5 Machias was also vlaite(^. Are not those mysterious siran¿:ei's mixed ap In the affair?  C. Caner and G. Metcalf spent a day or two in Wiscoy last week, guests of G. Caner.  FABMKIU^VIIilii; I  Mr. (^eprge Jfaiflííg ai^d wif^ made a visit tp VV^fsaw l^st week. H. S. S^PÍTÍÍÍ Í« W thp Sipk list.  revival «jeetiogs in tbe «ehooJ  OUSQ,  Life Law died last week. A minster from Machias officiated at his  uneral. Adelphos.  Caution I —In our changeable cliihato, oougbs colds, anü dis«»««» of the tbi-oat. lungs and chest will alwayü pjevaU. Cruet b^^pniptton win'«-Utt W Viotlml«.  ifif wiietrV^ls Br. Wiitar's  Ayor'g SarsapariHa operates radically upon the blood, thoi-oughly (•.leaiisiiig and invigorating it. As a safe antl ubsolulo curt', for the various disorders caus'cd by const itntioniU talilt or infection, mis remedy-lias eiiiial. Take It tliia month.  Salesmen Wanted.  We are in want of a few mnrc ;;ood men to canvass /or llie sale ol choice nursery slock. To men who c^in make a success ol the busintss we can pay t^ootl salaries or commission and give permanent employment. We have many new and choice specialties both in the (ruit and ornamental Jine which others do not handle. Address at once wi(h relercnccs.  May Brothers, Nurserymen.  Rochester, N. Y,  AnlmportuMt Klcineul:  Of thn Buocesa of Hood's Sursaparilia i:i tlio fact that evei-y purcliasfer recfdvee a fail-e<iulval»>nt for liis money. The familiar liimd line 100 Doses One Dollar." stolen by imitators, is original witit and trno only of Hood's Sarsaparilla, This can ea.sily l)e proven by any one who desires to loHt th« matter. I'or real ficonorny. buv only Hood's Sarsaiiarilla. Sold by all di uggists.  (¡ivó US (_';il! und Kxaniiiio our (ioods  DKESS M AKIN« !  Sliop ill Hyde Block.  61  NO. 2 BRIGK BLOCK.  TTffll} Al FIÌTIiì  li l'I A i) REA!)  FOIf, to iiiini^iirat(* lin  This!  í  0 M. Persone.  M. A. lîydc.  ■ 1. M V  11 at  1 H I H,  AnKnd ^^ipfl^i« S^srapí««-  I, pf iiarrisbnrg, III., says : to miit'^ benefit from ICit'o-It niy duty to lot siiffin iiii? liqtna'ltity \ciiow It. Ilavö had a rnnnlng sore on my leg fpr eigh^ years ; My doctors toUl teiè Ï would have to have tho bono scrappci orlée amnütaiod. I used, ^stotvd, tbi^o r>b|^ tiesBleotnçBltiei-s apfi «eyeu bojfea i.lucli-len'q Arnica^ 8nl?e,ian(l my leg Is now sound  anil uinll V I]!lAnt:rir'. Hlltni-fl n.i-H nnlrl H.r ftttu  \(...... _  and wbll.v Slectr^ fitters are sold at âtty  cental botti», ami Buer.....  Mo per box uy Stacy A  kltMi'ö Arnica S ilve at •hurt.  Whea ."^y was sick, we gave her Gutorla, "Wlien sbo was a Child, she cried for WL«o flifi Ixuu^t oha cloag to Cm^^ W^ ]|ii4 ^^^i^she ghja t^m Gaj^tmi»,  THE EICHEST HÜMOKOUS BOOK of the ACE is  AT WAKATi.K  ))V.i«.Ni«h Allcn's \\ire. Mi-« all |n>-t Ht^ason niiiiil tln' « Viii Sanilotja, aml tn^ v-i i'-i l"llii |i)\v Hfl '11 pu:; (1(1^'-, \ , in  iiJi'Ilaiilc ir, ii Iii pnn cUiii'.;\ Ii'. priiiii.m'lv ¡Uli .1 li <)|i|" r. Um' ic iil-ti.-t, (.1 l'lli Ii- W ill i-cll iiiiiiu ii-< I) $.'.:.<). ituH.!!!' ,is w.wi'i  ii.csM iHTi'.i;\Kii Uiio-., i'ui. , ri;iiiv Penll^y ivaiiia.  AG^NÏS WANTED <» " >1 ' HEMIHiSCENGES  oí cu Virare lu till' IV.ilinlíHl M »111.p..11-,  ill Ti'iiilc, we l;:L\t' iiiudc SWKl'.ll X( i ii I'd )!( :TI< )NS i lirouiili-oiii oi.r Mill iro liiiu^ of  Ml (iroceriGS aM Gent's Firiiisliii Gooils,  I'^iiiliriiciiiL;-(itMiciiil MAKK DOWN du our I'lii^iro Slock. Now is your liinc; don't dehiy, Co!'ilrhiN's dauuiM'ous. Make your Siiriii^i;- Sidcrlions early. liciiKMiihcr IUdiid>l(' (ioods, ill I iiOiiiiult'd \'iiri('ti('s uudal (iuaraidtMMl Prices are llto (Ircat AUraciit)ns ai tlic AIIKAMS BLOCK.  CtEIRB^PropV, HOUföHTOltf, N,  15Y BEN PERLEÏ  ^llM^^lnllin<; till'^\'lt,^lm^.l■, !U\|| I r. 1 hi I icl-tl«'>- "I m.tr«l< el<'I)»-mi-N. Ai lrlilv illi.-lr.i-ted treat otiiiiK'r.Soiiity i I'.■^l.n iicm yn oldiMi lime" to the wí^ililini,' ni t \ i l iímI. Woiiderlnlly l'oi^ulrt^-rai>' ■   

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