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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 9, 1889, Wellsville, New York                                 WBtJJsmAa&, n, %  »»{I  BAtgSES,  l«}>«U]Uii(K»v«» n«t^ M Icsittertjrtor tho wamm tii«ro it no mmy in ibe tnoMtetiott* WlHm * Cktm mn gel  mmì^tìrnt ss oettit p«t moa th. Mrm  ; r MurmtOTfiiiáiilcftoiraftttíteoineeb  .............----u—.^-——  ÂZpÂWY WANTâ TO ICS SI* (WH  tísmroñ.  iX' "  i-t-'  Komoreclc«c»rvlû« ooflipliraont tìouUl hs ^m our «enatorîfij nsprcf-eutativc, jr. SbKl FftfisoU» thau tho contino4î«l <!«-lemiiwlion ot Albnuyto retain hlmn», .ih» itale ciipito!. That, he ù fully appnj-elttlfld tíioso «ho trAtcH him day by i» elewly evioccd by . Üiu Albany {wem indstüig they caû not irpar« îiim from tìidr dty, and calHoK apou hiì^ di»-triol io retnrn hito, Tho Journal chÌì-torially remarks;  TheCknming Smrnnl which %íarn»ly ~ gopowd, th« rcnomififttion «£ Senator FaiHKit, two year« a^io, tiow favor« hi» rettim to Albany witìt r^fial wnrrntb.  outiro rontibllican pr(y<s of Alleuan.v, CStonmig: ana Btcubni conntioi, ^\ilk'íí form tho twûnty-pevcnlh soiuitorM «lis-tiiet are a unit uot oi)!y in favorj^^ bn| iamatin^sr ou H«'nator l'oftsctt^ifiioiniua-tioa and acoeplozicc. Thin sUt« of «f&irs mar riot be n^reoabld iKitvi Ut Governor líill, wIiohc Kcnatí>riftl district Mr. Fa»tctt rcpresontfl, bot it will bo received with pleasuro by Hopubliiiann écnvrally thronjo^hout ilio Mtatf?. Hí-nab)? VtmeM m tho klud of <ruftn that thu Kn  n' iican ijarty in New Y<irk uwd« ftt thó t. He i« i>08>«tíH«tHl r)f ruTu jtuli^iuoriit. ■wide oxpcriimc« in poUtioal mattt-rt», the Uúíbeiit int^'Krity of chamotor and pur-and a fearlf^» and tin loH i inicrcht iathe«nooctiS of th« Republican pai;ty. Aa «eeretary of th«> natimml romraittro last fall by Iiíb political rtkiil and industry feecoötribate«! Iarf,'í3ly fowurd the «.'Action of Prtìsidt»nt Tîarrifton and a Iîur»ub-oonçreHB^ Iii« r<>|)htHtí»m îw-j bü-' ôat|f)naà; and 'th<i tw-c-nty-HevrntU district will honor itself in lumorin;,' him, Benator Fit«sett'ö st-rvice« cannot bo We need him hi:ro nt Albauy."  THß TJlAlNlJSii OFinUL.S, .  %  til, .-j.J^ .-  WiraMagiMPiaev  Mr'  mf  tbèway e"»»3f  •toriMüMf fmt  this viti fu  m::''  t.-'/  I. '  "It is the divine rijiht of every child to bo woU Ixjrn;" and boinfi well bora it is hi« or her inalionablo riecht to Ik? well taken care of.  The first duty of every mother is to look to tho physiad dcvi lopnu nt of her daughter» The luothor take» an unstonB intercet in tho dantihtt-r'» proirress iu school and ]x>int=i with ])ridti to tho u«-mmpHshment-H bIm» iany puiiueaa, wTiile health ia a eocondary ciuihidoratiim. It koi no avail how much tulont a. jurl ha«, nor how much o«lucation may ac-qoire, nor how ^rcat her dc.sira may bo to oxorciHO those liifts ami attriinmcnta. If «hü haa not physical health, then talent and accompUnhnienta will be of minor importance.  Tho bt«t mental devi'lopnunit for a girl is hor dovolopnionl) ilivHiciiliy. 1 f health ijlows in every vein and fill« every fibre ahe will naturally have a hoallhy mind. ^ Tcaeh ht^r that her budy ■\v.vi ^'ivon her ns a sacrcd trust, and then ßt l the cxam-plö Ijefore hor. (Hrls shunid bt- taught tho rules of phywiology and hy;j;eino and made to follow them. 'I'iiey Hliould bo taught that tii.;ht, or even nuulcrato, lacing? is suicidal, and that trith every iniH they give their cor:-,el iitiiu;j: they com-' prcBS tho muscles, deprive them of nourishment-that i.s, doforni; they impede tho circulation of bluud-that i^, iiiira-lyzc; thoy forco up the diaiihrai^JU- distort; thoy shorten tho lun^'ö- euurt con-8umj>tion; they coiupn.sn tho Jieavt -arti-•ilciftlizo tho tnilsation'i. in siiort, thoy should böt4m;,'ht to revereneo thmiseives.  It never hurts any ; Jri io eliml) trees andwhii'tle. She wa.s neNer iujiued Viy romping. Giro he.r »11 th<! ont-door ex-ercißo bhe ean liet. Let her "tear aro«ind" frco and untaiumeleil from dtiipcrica and reedö eor!-a,,'ei;, directuiro . r-edinfioles, und all ;-u. li njiiauufio,  her only rou;^« the breeze that i.ib' ea her cheek and her only ecvuuetiei the tan und freckloa bestowed by wind and sun. Mothers do nut reali/.o the powt-r pos-  .Jmüih. iwd. ubiiiiioil. ¿t;;i.iu;ih..iuiJ. .him. thoBUOceiiS of all that in noble, all that  "IFiiBeiur'aiut 'ail'''tharV'j''briUmnTlu''''ii tiirl's ciweor (iepnuhä ujxjh tho vij^orous condstiou of her hoiiy, as d v, huteyer she may iichiovc an sistor, \siie <>i' friend. With natures iiweet eomiianieniihi)) slic  .......wbmtio, a&^iniilftcied as^the poefa ideiiT  of girlhooii:  "Which biosS 'Micd lu the i'ivr.ntty,  Tiiefr rfisj aiu'.s ühmn tL^ ,< n iii. ■  ■ .......- - .........  Hc.-UiUwasiü't'<>'0 üiU-rü iii"'.  A.udjir.u-«! Iu r üiiiv I'ourr. .............-......•'  -- AI b a u y Jon run L'  ßood gftmnct feed at OUmui for $iH per ton, ftdivtasM of * " '  , twi^ire thínk it i» oh«apeF lo W iot dairy. The pa«t f«w yom we hav« béeo' botfaered «o nmeh irlth Ih« wiro-wotm, which hai dtstroyed raany thonsand dolían Worth of data, and Ihey havo tnade it tUmosI impowable for na (o raífie a íir»t claag |M>tato, IhalX have calk'da halt on i^raia ÍMrmiog.  lly cawífnl ol>»ervatiot] and thorunprh invoatii^atton I hayo foand ont that the wire-worm i» the Irirvte of tbe clater beH'e. Home píople <»U them "»prinK-boetlcK," " «nappiníí bngw» " "elicíu l)rotlra. " •• »kiiHacka, " etc. When placetlon thcir tmek they will spriníj Int/) tho air wíth a cliekin^ noi»e aod jítriko thè pinco of fitartini; rijíht «ido np. I have trii'd many retnwlie» and preven tati ven, with more or lew «t'ceces. It tak<'« thri e yo^tn for the wire-worm to {;ct hÍH full f^rowth, aod the bc^t way to provent his ínjoriea íh to fallow the land for ono yeur, "and if titi« is pr<íperly dono, kotipin« down all the woíhIh. it will fitarre tho womjs ont. I^nte plowinji, when tiio worma are in a dorment ßtate, in a good thing for it exrKJ^o« thcm to their naturai efti ruii«, tho birils. dorn Hoítkftd ow'^ AÌM;ht in co peni fi water ìh ' loft untmiche<l by them. lliRÌiiO lioar froiu Homo ono who has had ^pcfivit^ in fnrm'U!,' autl h(Kl Ut (!ont<ind wlth t|i(! wire worm. I think that thin fti/ot>dNSubÌect tu "talk on*' ftt the nex^armftra' club nu-ctirur. I^shttll b» theriíí PO «qire an my name 'aiu't Urowu, nnd 1 thiftk that every farmer .should maliO it Rn objeet to he thrre.  Str. A, C. TafÉtvfui fiunily havo for the pató week been ¿t?sp|>bisr ^ith Mr. Wm, ÍV Hill, dr., Mríí. 'Ijíít'H W-.ther.  Mr. l'rindh^ or'WoByHMariciívilh", oúe of f.lic <»lde«t i^'d .W,Bt • KiHUvn eilr/ciis of tliffl pl;íCf?died hiitii fAiliiy. Tini futu't-al WHH he-ld at-iiÍí!Í,ttü h íúdeuco Suiulay al í í/elo^k. Ó '  S:f<,:yeu oí orir bs í-t (?) eiiizeufl went fHítriy: Haturday (Suuclay) lUid fiiilüht t*if sticker«.  C: L. íUiihÍB ÍMis f(»r «ale, M U. Allen's urW fíwivcl plowi. Alfio Points for the f.anu','whi<;h will ofti u f-.ivo a farmer a drivo io town.  Mr. M. A. Child'i and diuujitt r^ of 0!f;vn, h;ivi> Ivcn viMlimr friends th<! paHt few, (hiyB. *  Th'-J pumi) i.latir)n at dlarksville, Taft Holiow iind tlii'i pl.iee are to Ix; etutüoli-dated aud ioeuted ou I>o(l^'ern C'reek, thus duiii;: ali the })!i!npiii;i from um» htatiun, iJnowN,  «are--wtieo la.tH pmt gpring Dbtrility, Iteadicb«, Dj^apep»!»» Ca* tmli. Halt iawimi»fi(ax«aia» Imd lyi IMm^ eansea bjr a low 8tat««C m hhtoi .«I  t took ifood'f 8amii«rU}% tM»k I am cored.-  " Hood'« aanMptrillM bt*ta til ottien, and .1» w(>rth IM weight ta fold,** I. BjUauir«* TuK. 130 Bank Street, New Tork Utjr.  ^Mdd» «IM iMltfHlHKlf btooA aed «atfrt hwoaa wiMdptl|£jH«-w  gm^ mr0 potttm Urn m tmmm^ a iinaiiw ol a «««Any «to, m tbe utaam* fKiw<r of t04tf ti la jaAraae* oí Um Oow MA ìàbortooM^twitut tt f«»n  "Whäe will«rtiHt a Mver* mom «Kick 1ft Karctt. tms, a trtend In IñMtía, ID.. tiitsamm^ Hoodt SmtiUkfllla. I tried the remedy, aad im pemMnefiây cnfM." X A. iwttit fer  Uerw & Co., FitlKm 8{reet,K. Y.  Purifies the Blood  "f iritHl a down articles to eleanu my MocmI, l»ut nPVer feund anjrtliin;^ titjU dt«l i«ft any Rijort till * IwRan «»Jng Itt>od'R H:irMj»arJHa."- W. H, Pkeu. Bnrtiftfttcr, N, Y, "My wlffi wiw troublmi wUli dlzrtn»«^ nnd r(ni-»(li>atl()n, ami hor has  (ti ii.ni onliT —lu «ill* bcon" »1! rim il'.wn, HimhI's Ssirsajr.ftrnia dolnp her a wuiulcriiil afnoinit of jitMiii," P. M. llAUv w INF, driiicjiHt, lUanfliCsler, Oiiio.  Hood's Sarsaparilla  Sold by nil Uru(•;:'.'f». 81; fix f'»r is. M.ndo I- lUM)!) «: Ct».. I/iwn, Mass.  100 &0809 One Dollar.  '•X wai íor fi?e yeani a vattem wítb bnii5, all run down, and wm ai «ne tinte »Mlfird to glte op wnrk. Iktíora taklng ftU 3f two TxittlcA of Ilood'a BanainriHa, was cniirply eured." R. Ikt Imnk, FitUbiii^, Pa,  "I wa» Rcwrrtjr afiUctcd with «crofuia, and fitr ovcr a y^ar liad tro rnnning «ore* tm iny noí'lc. T«K»k flT» bottlcs el Hcmhi-; S.-irRíiparllta, and fonsldnr myeelf «ntfrcly carí'd." C. K. 1-ovkjov, LowoU, Mass.  Hood'^s Sarsaparilla  •Stild liy aU dnijíglnls. $1; «I* íor Made «tHly by C. T. II<.H>D.:& CO., I^owcll. Masa.  i06 Dosos Olio Dollár. ^  Víii  »  Hecidc&t Qotñfooí^f  iBNtrrrs*  • I ,«60 Total OI»«Wllt^  $WO Lo*« of Ono Eyo.  •as Weekly Indemnity for as Weeks.  On* »«t of Individual »•«»•tfy Wataa  liMiuded.  FOft  Krttllns n tttalTvr.  A t't.'it(i .'.tn'i't gi-lp tmin, erowdttl with povicníífiH, nai hi'd Hi*t«ínith strwt al>outfl o'l-lf" k S;ii «inlay evt-niug, when a very tough i'X'khiK ''iti/'ii ran out from Ui" «idownlk atvl juouf'tl u[Km th" lilftlfonn of ono of the i l.ituliiiíí liKivily iijKin tho f<X)t of nu ia-' ci!n n-.ivi- jDUiiii; hüi» who jitruMi up nj;ain!«t til.' liMX <if thu cur. "I>xik nut, thorel"' vi'll'-il ttn'somi;; ttiitM, n.4 his p<-r i'r«rn pnv« liini a twÍTn:'>. ''Wn's «Ji- mattor wiM yoaf" (Ifinuii'li-il the !(!1.1 inrui.fishu turnol to hto ijj> his MC« mi, "Yoit juiupfl on my ftK)t," ^aill tin; little frllow, bnivdy. "Wfll. yoU r;<'V much liioic, an'I'll i-'maah yon^tjp inde ^li'f.iit',"' Miiirli'ii tln^ l)i;i f<-ll'j\v as hcadv.nnr-i'il tlii-futi tiiirrly. "No jou iv(iii"r," ^aid tlio i>ni.'i!l ID,-111, .'<11(1 h>-whijuxvl fi'om isis ovor-r.i.if {Hw-hct siïin.-'tîiinK wiiich he tiini-^t UDih^r lliij i)i>M<> of tho hiiily. Tim Intt'-r jamiwl l«;)cK\vîi!-'l from th<- jil;itfcjnn, rnll<ii over in tti" .'■trci't iind tlicn nnd t<mk to hia  ill'-!'. Tiic en tho ¡«latt'inii rty  (.•.rir-'lt-) tlin \omnr ii'iHU ilouhtfully, und th> j t'.n.liicti'i-'vfiitun-d'to t;;»y'. '•Then'» no j ii'V'ù of jotir jHilllii;; a ((un im thi< man.'' j 'i h'ii tln-\i>nii.; nr.in cTliiliiti-d hi-. , Jr. '.-.a-. H jiic i-cìninm ])li>o caM-, und it «lid ' Ili.'' a iv.im." —' 'hien;;<i iliT.ild.  FOR HEN ONLY!  /^TTT? T* VoA^cncM at Sod)ran4 Ulndi Vtecta \J W JCifJCI ofErronorExrtasetinOldorlXounr. Rolmt, KnM* HiMIini)» nc<l«rr<l. Ho» to Fittili it<>4 Htr««(<lir4WKAK,|-KDKVItM>)Kt><>i:«a\H A TAItTNor ^laiV. Ab*t>lQ«rlf «bMHkc lltlSK TRK.tTMKXT- Bfxrlli» In a Rni tmtlfy fr«« «T Him«, Tcrriterl«, «mi ror»lciir«««lr)r«. VvarMWrlUtbfi». RmIì. tulUiplMiati»«, unii »rtMir*m«ni>4  «w«>fD fN«. XidTfM tati MtfilCAL CO., BOHAIO. N. T.  Core for waliTi«»«, noTTonRrtnr<,lad|  nt manly vlir<>r,rtirr«!l(»r»mt?nt, pon-IûrieSU)d.Cu..lMirAlo.N.Y  lyM&N'S NEW WiHQ-Q&UGE SIGHT.  Send for Cntalog"» of Slshta nnd Rifles, Addre&s VVM. LYRtAN. MIddlcflcld. Conn  Al.-tiA UKM-  Ai.m\, May 1: Thf cni/.y »..irtyl-et wiM'k amioiinecl iliJ ju-t "eoino olVa-i f)iu; pronducuf voiitr_r l.uiy wíi í euthie.': her wjMhtm teftli.  Pipe i.i l>ein'.r Istinto eonneet the i)ro-duee oí the Kil.i>ve well with ttmt of I'litroiia.  Ma^'oti h:iH move.'i u}) ne.ir i'ar-nutn'íí wiw mill to live there durin;^ the summer.  ( ieo.'Corwin and t!lia.s. ( uh^ of HIjin.udo Uoii;:e, made us a eall Mou-Liv.  (X M. \\'yvi>ll wiui iii Tiiefcilay.  Our Kohool IíOlIíh- liii-1 heen elo.sed n-rain-'tnll evoiiinrc nuu'tiu'r.M uud' entiT-taitiiiu^ui>.^ Let 'om lUrht it out,  \Vell'î AVy\c'!,l i.H homo fnun Vuvrinia for a \ init ;.f a few day.-i. J'Vank Kllitjtt and fmnily UÎ Ci re.s npent Huiidav with iriemb ajid relatives here.  Irvin ilunkfi wa.i a pleje-ant eallef i'nim S]iin:rlii ilou.'iu lust Siindav.  W. l\ Dcekor ed Wull.^ville visiii'd us Thurwàay.  Wo hke (o SCO rii^o Im^he'i and ilo\\<n-.; iu adoor-yanl. idü wc (i<j not liKo to them lak.'U from tiu; eiDiete.ry to i-upply tii.-it want. N. j!,'hl>i.>r if you xau.st have tlower.i eonu; to Ub ajid 'we will chci r-i'uily divide with yow, th.it those piueed oil the irraves of our (ii-]iiirted, niay remain year aiti-r year to keep ^-reen their nunnu'V iu our iu-urts. ('i,u r.  <ii»< Hi« I'ay .Just (Im .Sanu'.  It! I'-Ol iiu < iri .I t- U.'IS Ml.'l'lc fo l-i'MlilV«! tlui  ciipiiiil from Aiii-ii-t;i t" I'ovtl;mdç/£vn() I'll a "-..i tíiiti li.'iy in !'"< hi nary tli" nuMnl>cr:-.of (i. • !. ,;)-.1.1 lure NMTi' invito! to vi>.it that city.  th'it tiiiii' if «as ihn rnli'tvf tli"l<'^ihhilnr<> to ins till' ililfci ( nt fici-j^yincn of Anmi^tii, llal!.'\Mi| ahit (ianhnu- t<> <illici;itt> in rula-ti'.n ;is <'lia]ihini-i lit' t.li«'fu'natc jind honsi", in  'ii'ilancc ith !i jirint"'! wlicihil'- niad'-nut,  nt th" ilr-i <<f fh'> sf—.!i)n, fnr m hich thi'V «i n» Imi-.m-i ím- .-fi..'i() for each day's S"r\i'-.\ (ht Ihc i]'i\ rt !i'rr<-ii tn i! Avas l'>i-h'>ii Unfj;i"W tnrn to oiVn iiit", ami Im dtily arrivod iti tho eajiittil, t'l tutd it cnifity.  '•U irti il »-.- !in> tiU Mnr ' h;' a- Led (he janitor. "" ,  ••iM'.iit'l v'lU kn'.iw the Ic-i-laltu'e liiid pino to I'l.iiiin.l to N'f aiiout th<> tic\v .stalo  h-.U'.-.;-'  "Wltv. u". 1 iofw notliiiiíí alionl it ; iinil  I ............ine iront 't iafijincr tiii.s liiît.t.T i'mM  ntdi'aiiiu tu oüiciítli^ a!, the ()|)cnìn;; of tito h'l'i íM.'i V.,i. ¡K'.iriV li'i/.' ii iv !icn I r< aclied  "iMi, you'll your jiay just, tho  'an;",' iIi't enfi ii't ni,: f<-[x'iiso. — Lcuis-toit JdUfnai.  til't<a( K<-<htrtioii Iii WulI l'iipor  IMMM'I.NDKNCr, l'i;>CII.IN«;v.  lvi.i:fi.M).-N,n, :\I;iy 7:-Our ohee.se fiiet-iry onouctl Monday 'luuh-r tho huper-vjsiun ol' C. F. I'otter, maker.  Mr:(, Stout «lied thi:i mnríiiü;: at  (■» o'ehiek, al'ter :ui illüt'.ss oí most n-vou-ItM n yeur;i. Slu' Inn Im i-n n ;fr, ->{ íitilVorer.  ."dr.-í. Simlona Sjsie.-r tonnerly of Miiim.süía, i'i id. t)if n sido/u-c oí (>. íí. Claik, f,-¡ck with a ;Ji'.-ht í.huek of I.>aralyHÍíi.  1'., lírouii, (Mr trroeorvman and  p..-,jí,nvJ<-c (x\ho rvp. el.. i-n-,n to the  oP.iee,) ha.< -one iu to thi' dairy lui.'-.ine.ss in e..uueet¡')n v.ith hiü ;:i-oe( ry,  ■Mr-;. (!. K. lírown, v.huhas' Iveii tiek .sine.e lu.st h'Ji, ktU'píí üboiii tln» j-nme. bav^yer Po;t Nc» ¡i..-i, arernakin;.; e.\t(\n-  U1 ;-oei( {i( íí 111 town and citir.en-j are  Mry. r.. 1^''r.fêoîi'htiîl\'')ùîrnu(t'i io Veli :-rrcefr;e.s îis el'cap tei the chi ¡kk^fí, ami expfi'ts r-otni to luivo tlio po.-1-vUÌiee bnek V, hieh ^lu• ki.st Unir ycar^í a;-,'o. u x v  TIu; lur^'est and mowt couiploti! ntock of wall paper iu Webtern New York, and priee.>^ l!io lowest. Call and tjta) before you l)uy, at lirown A* Madison'« old fctaud. J'k VanNostuanu, Assignee,  Children Crv for Pitcher's Castoria.  When Raby woa sick, wo gave her Castoria. When Bho waa a Cliitd, she cried for Castoria, When she becamo Miss, sho clung to Castoria, WlipnsliohadChilJrcn,flhogayetbein CSastori».  TAXIDERMY.  BIRDS AND ANIMALS  Stuffed and Mounted  AT ANDOVER. N. Y.  Tho underwiiined ifi prepared to Btnfl mkI mount all kinds of animals or birds in a fitBt-elasfl manner and at the lowest prices, liirda mounted on perehes or under RlaHH shades. Doers' heads mounted and family pets handsomely  ?reserved. All orders sent to tho un ersiiined, at Andoyer, N. Y., will receive prompt attention,  O. E. VARS.  L. DORNOW Aiit., Wollsvilio N Y.,  FIRE  and Acciden  iisüíance ftpnci  laetüry la-s  'A il  /.< n.M-t- Oil»;;.  ti vi.u-.. old, wai vi.vict-d oí , i^liv . uulc-'cd un iù-l). a)ui i)U:";v Ici) iiir u  wn -.h' l'.'., .i^v.". îi' .s; Jo-..>ph  tl-hn Uni, did r»nt '¡^'îtni*  lie.uts u tur  ä , 1.  'l'iic j(n V  i \ o iti-r t v\  ;n m vv  ¡;M:-UI|, L'ii  fnv t'.-'.. i m ,M!;-:tutri  .^.'"¿Q.dr chee.se iisi Môiuïav n'ûdW snporvibioji oí Mr. V\ . 11. IXells of  tins phicé."....." ..................  "Aruor Üay wtis ve.ry l'ai'.-tiiîî.v ot.>.served by our school last Fruhiy, Tho j.íroands worö dectïrattHl and the schulaií< enjiiyed ft very nleasant atternoon.  \Ve tninlt Mr, Fred Clurk, of Fnlui' r Valley, ia rar-hiniì tho Tf;cit«on, as he up-)>eared in town ^iunday arrayed iu his Biunui^er raiment.  Miss Ora F.rown, of West ruioii. io staying with hor eousiu, S. J. Kielmrd-Bon. for tho puritoso attondiuji îhîîkjoI.  Tho farmerii in thi.s vieiuity are taking advanta^ieof thi« tino weather.  Mr. Eluior l'àrker is .erecting',a new barn on ^îain street.  Three of our mrpenterM have K^uio to Canuäteo to build some oil derrieks.  Chiidrcil Cry for Pitcher's Castprla.  Tlioroniiiilycliaitpi'! ilio l)looil, wliich lathe ion-ntani of ix^nlth, liy unin>i l>r. Tiproo'« Qold-rn M<iilioiil l>isci)Vßrv, hîhJ troixl ritRPStion. a fnlr f.Lin, I'U 'jniit niiirit.";. finti tiodiiy bealtb and viiior a*ìì1 t)0 «»Kiatiliiilirii.  (ioia.-n M<i!;ral l)i«cu\ vi y ctirrs fill humors, from tlxi cotunion pni'plo, l)ioti'h, or eruption, to th" woist Strotii!!!, <ir Idooil-polson, ICa-vici-iullv iiiia it jiroi Í ii-it'< i'» cMtrfng  Fiiit-jiioitia or 'ietto:, i'o-cma, I'.ryüiiiflna,  íioMcri ^tt'l1!^■al Difioovery cnros Conßump. í-íó-n slï^i.wiïi^';  VoM'Ici ! li! 1.lu,1(1 - i.U! ify'TH", inviKoratinjí,  nal niMi'ilvv )■! oj..! i !> ri, if talion iti time, l\.r W, i. Soitt:: ,-? nf lilood.-íüiort.  n ( "f »tli. ( al-, ;n m the Jífuil. Uron-ri'itw. s'.'Mi'i Af.'^uiia, nnd kimirt'd  n, is a ho\(T.'iKn remedy. It piuiaiuiv <'ii!rs t!i« e^'vivcut Coiiglia.  l'or Toi-pid I,iv<'r, l<ii:o;iKnr<.3. or "Llver  Frico Jl.ui, ur «ix bui'Jt-s lor tu.OO,  ........... 'r' i ij, 4. ■;■  S. H.CÀÏVIPBELL, Prop,  ° j^frce 'Búá io fûid fròm »î wainB 3ood öample iîooms on üret.  ONLY FinST-CLASS COMPANIES REPRESENTED.  c. A. SCHEFFER, Agt..  VÌH.STEBN CMlÜH TBLEOEArU OI'KICE.  litis  00»T*  4Hir tijuartarly t^aymanta» «IÖ.OO Annual Dum, - - • .J^Sl  Ktawbafhip r—« g.00. tn.oo  IMPORTANT IIOTIO«.-Tha Tr^ai» A. Travalara Aooldent Co. of Maw Toi* dMlra the aarvJow of one r«»poi»ll>l« rapmantatlv* In each town to atrt a»  «•santforthasanaral tran»«otionoftliair buainaaa. A libar»! and parmanant ar-nin«am«ntwni bm made with partlea who oan fill the above nsfliulrementa. Addreae  0.8. SOMERVLLE. tteo'y. '  FIRST  National Bank  OP WELI^VILLE, N. I. CAPITAL - -$100.000  E. J. FARNUM, President;.  Wm. F. JONE», Vice-ProBident,  F. H. FUKMAN, Cashier  DIRE C T O R S  E. J. PARNUM, - WM. F. JONES, Wm. COBB. - - GBO. E. BROWN, P. H. FDRMAN.  tW\ ornerai Ilankinsr BnalnPSfi ,Tra.nsacto(l ACiiounta of Mfirchftnt.fj. Manui.M;tnrtiig; PlrmB VDd Individuala aoltcltea. Fonilffn Kxch-inge and pnsnonfrer iloltctfl for icon "favorable t4.!rmH, •  Now York C'ornispoiKlcntH; ('cnfr.al NuOonal Aanlc; Seaboard National nauK; Rnauth, hachod and Kuhno.  VICTOR. COLUMBIA. STAR. SPBINCFIELD ROADSTER. CHAMPION & RUDGE  BitKLEs mmmi  rarlllmoBtvcn whrn tfcrirnJ atasmftU adfance in pnco.  Good SECOND-HAJiD wheels on  hand CilbAr.  —Also tUtJ best—  type-writers.  aaraive me a call, or write for what you wan  W, B. KER AN.  hornellsville, n. y.  Dr LANGWORTHY,  Of Greenwich, N. Y., with thirty-flve y curs exporience devotes his en tue time t^ tho treatment of  CHRONIC DISEASES,  spcnaint; half hia time afiioitic, and for la.st rwcivo yciirfi,lhc n>st ofcacltmontliatJ'.ln^'linni ton, Wavrrly. llornellavllU', WpUhvIIIo, Dnnkltk UocltpaifT, and .lanicstown citn l)e consulteil fu'^» Mío 1 öih and 17th , of each month at tho  COMMERCIAL HOUSE  "1 have known Dr. A. Lans^wortliy intimately rrirtwelve years, lln Is a Icniiin of t lie Itls^h-c.sl Pfnsoof honor,Of tbo birlctciit liuogrlty, attd one Of tho IM^«», rank In hla •profeis.slon. lie is la brief, a man In whom coniUlcnco may 1«; placed tn Hafct v—I'etroleum V. Kusby, (1). K. J./x;kc;) Tolfdo Biado.  Ti. KlvcH inc mnch pleaMtvo to .--lato that I It.ive filnce I'm") t)'H"n personally arnnatntcd with i)r. r.aniiworttiy, and know hlin Iittlmately aM a btisl-nt'ss man, aaa gent leiDan, ¡tiid a.s a pliyHiolan, In all of AvhU'h eapiK-llioa 1 e.Mlin.tto hint-very lili,'hly. il!3profe.B.-(loital e.xporlonoo ha.sl^'i D ample and t;tti'cos.-ful, and 1 l)elli.ne hltri to havo nt, heart the Intoresus of the, profesolon and ihn piib:lc.--l. '1'. Womls, M, !>.. Toledo, f iniiorly Trnf. of I'hyj-i-oloííj' ami iliritolüííy.n'ivclahd .Mcdlcaicollege.  SALESMEN WANTE D  PETER ELFLEIN,  LODER STREET  German-American Hotft  Kfcpd tho CCle.bratcd  Genesee Brewing Co'»^  LAGER BEER  On draught at all urocs, and dealt o in laríre or email (luantitieß to ßuit hitì ûuutomere.  If you want a s^ood Cigar or a cool fresh Glass of Lai^er call on  Tj-Vis* 1 ■ 'fuv. iii v^.'.oíi '-'Vi  WOLF'S  BARBER SOHP  opot) at. 7:00 a. m., to s:;io p. in  Just the place to got a  ililiüjni/e«! (ISfluk ll'-iri'iLiice L'liniifah ed) wilt sturi yon m a Hillary IwiHed on valui* ol worit. Wriiy !<ir to.nw, kì\ i"K rclcroneo.  CHAS. \V, yru.v RT ii, c  [Montton till» i' ip'"]  Nurfjcrynicn. NI;V. ai!K, N. Y  W. G. WOLF Prop,  M6RRiSON-'&  Lumber Yard  WUOLESALE KBTAIL DKALi£l{ IS  LUMBEK"^'^^'-KINDS  SHINGLES, lATlT, PINF AND HE^ILOCK lumber, in timaJ' or hirjxu <niantitio8. Orders for bniUlins pnrpo.ses furniijlied on short notice.  Loder St., WeUevüIe, N. Y.  Uliiee on  THOS.  MORRISON.  BELFORD S  MAGAZINE.  DONN PIATT, Editor  Tli()U{,'h IJELFORD S M.VO A/iN'li l.s tho )ni<-si eomer in the Held ol! perKiillcul iiterature, Uto beí-t prfK>r Ol prosjt'Tiîy is tno fact, that ita paid tij; ¡.nV/tk i ,n(ion liM tia.s readied u Hbuvo oatlnenTly-Bulisldctory to the publlrìliors.  MACAZINK ia distlnetlv Amor inni íinri oointiK-nds ItriUt to all IntelliKont und tluntííhilul persons who wish to kCip thinn s«.'lv( s pOïU'd on t hf! prt'ar (lUOKtioiis of tlie day  t'oi. Donn PitUt it wUl each tnonth Jn itw editor •iiti di'-iTiivtiTiCiVc siJeak oot fí'f^«c^*îv -ttut Tnifiy and With thoron^h indopcndeacü on ul -ti4tóí.líí!i«í; f;€i ;ICU;Í<» iînîwiriitîuiç^i .. ^ -s  Its ioiiK'loviîl, ^Mven in oíiolt nnmiier rom ph'to, l.y fioine one of onr popttlar antluirs, Mich as Jnliun Hawihin-no, Íídgar ífii tiif», I'Miiiir J-'aweett, Mt-i». Kiuabeth Uelluniy and i seore ot other well known nntneH. Is u cliar actenyticol HELI'OHD'S MACAZINK.  I'rof. Sinntner, David A. Wells Ilenrv CiK-DTKo WatterHMii, .lehn (i. Carlisle, Frank  Ut sfiM  VÍ>K1)-.S MACAZINE on poltinal .,nd • leenoniK" ¡íttbjwtH. ■  i^hort stories, two or tnoro ol whiehare eon trihnU'd toe,ach ntiinber, sketehoH, idrunuitU notes, piiBSirijr eventH a'd liook roviewH, eom-bino to make iUOLl't )ltU'a ono of tho nioHt  readabk'und iiUOrcutlng pcriodteitla now b  ..................... .........  '"■îieM ¡f«r« tlJ>îl'».^ 8io«U>Ä'.,i.rtÄi:iita«tortpU(so;  7;j wiitti. Çii.-V» H yt ur; iü cont » a nunilx r,  - ■■ .. ......... _  ... . .. .84Em/  EANKlNti OEEICI  O F  -&>BEST  '«fi ^NOR FADE  .ONLYBE^ MADE BY ÜSlN©^  ^^olorS"  AliH«  PEERLESS l»RO!»!fF. PAINTS-6 Colorf,  FKKBIjKSSlAUNimYBLUiriO. . TKERLESS INK P0WDER8-6Kili«ii7 r^low. PKKBLV>48 SHOK AND HARNESS BKESSIKÖ. 1>E£BL£SS CtlU DüES-S Colon«  Biari's ¡eri Exlra  Cures Cancers, Scrofula, Catari h Erysipelas,Female Weakness.Rheu mntiam, Biiliousnes^ Salt Rheum Milk Leg, Sore Eyoa. Face B ott;he8. Scald Head, Skin Diseases, Kidney and Llvor Complaints, Fever Sores, Bolls and Ulcers.  A ctrcnlar will bo sent, frw on application ■showing plcturo of .Mrs. liibbard aflxr canwr had eiu^'n noso roof of motiMt, uppor Upland pillati", and ctircd by thla rcm«jdy Now waarUtg anartulcialuose.  IIOMB TK.'iTlMOMAl.iiaro my best arRumcnta for voitr conviction. What tt ha.s dono you can SKiirottt those, wlio havo tried It. Htsnd for lar^n elirnlarH. HltowinR tite wonderftil cures "Herb Kxtracf'hiuscffeet«! It ia wy onotifjh to dc-Bcrlbecommon dlseaHCf^, then tellyou thlH ts tho nu'dU'lne, but iionest, teathnonlalH show beyond question the merita of tlie prcparatioa.  Mc tiRAwviu.K, Cortland Co., N. Y., > October 3, iss.'). f  Mrs. lltbbard-Dear Mudatn-: I fwl it. my dtiiy to acknowledge! to you wiiat your wondcrftti Herb I xtract" hiis dono for inc. It CUUKl) ,ME of female weakness after licln}; a KtifTercr twenty veani, scarcely able to walk Inali that time. Niw I am well and able to do my own liouscvvorii.  MIW. ELIZA <WAUKKN.  Cn!CA.flo, Feb. i!7, tss«'. SMy TXwr Mjh. Illbbanl: I cannot say enough of your most excellent medicine. Hcforo I took It I heart! of marvelouH curca from people that had taken It: it has dono for mo what no doc-tor could do, UH it haa curai me of fornai« wcalcneaa, and such Ul3 iia poor woman-kUid la heir to.  Youra with re«pect,  M KH. .1. Wm'l K. 1443 Stati» St. liev. W. IMand, paator Wabaah avenue M. !i. Chtirch, Wab.isU avenue, (Chicago, 111., writes as follows: "I consider your remedy, 'Herb iCxtrai t,\ a beneilt to hiunanlty. I have used It In ti,y latnily with btist n'.HUlta, and know penjonallyof ¡.onte of tho ctirea It. ."wuiompltsh-ed. Would nvottniii'jid it to all desiring ft thorough blood puiltlor"  t:iìì.'> Wabash ave , i Cjucaoo, March r-!, tsiSfl. f Dear Mr.s. Illbbanl: 1 have taken htivcrai bot-tlea of your wonderful "Herb lixtraef, and it lift' corapIet<ily cured me of Kidney Diseaso, and i consider it the greatest blood purttler tlie world haa ever known. I would recommend It to any one troubkd with Kldtiey Dl.sciwe, Face Blotfiiiea or any dlfscaso artblng from impure Btato of tho blood.  MIW. JANE BKAVElt, (;ity MLsiUonary.  SKND FOR CIRCULAR  \Ví4Sltlngt.on Wilson, lumber merchant, I'orte, IncJ., cured of Ulcer in tiio clioek.  _ If you havo decided lo tiike, thl3„ tjieiljcin.o^ do„ not be induciHl 'to ttuVo any other."  liy poat-ofllce order or registered letter. Bend for circular.  fl per Bottio, 6 Bottles, for S5.  sk your drnggmta for it; accept no aubatltoto  f ho does not,keep it, send tor it direct to At ICS. J. UIIUIARD,  Three weoka' mfjdicine for $1.00,  ASK YOUR DRUGGISTS FUR IT  HENRY N. LEWIS  With fitnpiti tnea-,1^ 1 am now fullv einil!>n, < to servo you in (.ver\ thing peitalning" to le^ritl mate banking. Duiund denoHlt.s ixvi-ived Vmd lIlK'ral IntcieHt ¡mowed on time di^poitii..^ an fii,> state of Ihe discount market will warriint.  Domestic and Forclfin Exchange and Passage Tickets Soid at Best Rates,  Old and m-w eulitomi>r-, u.-. uullaiiy in\)ied voopen accounts, and fair dealings guar.iutivd.  llKNliY N. LKWIS,  ~ iiiAiaiuyt., WvllWUle, N. Y., April 1», 1SS6.  Caveat« nnd Trade Marka obtainud, und all  -i^SA ........«..., > . , . , -ti ........  Vi^Jf/^ xn^rvsim '(riiil V'Änii]^"-'' ' '  V '''' 'J:'- fillt) UKenelA;fl. all liUMinCBH  <:ii» t raiiHuet piiti tu bnutiu'Srt lu ie««  \l»tt and ut tVjSt fhan' tVose roniMto.......  from WnßhittKton  Send ntodel, drHWitiK'or idioto, witVi dtftflfip-  .t.iAB. - VvA.KraMMiirf.!ii.ttUitiHlt.'- nr noii tTOO or •■■"•' ■■  etiurKc. Otir too not due till n.itent in Rocuroil.  A bof>K,"How to Sccnro Fattcntfi," with ro-(••ron(;e U) actual clients in yonr State, count ry oriown, 8(ntfr«e. AddresiH,  C. A.SNOW& Co.  SURROGATE'S COURT.  Aftepl.imiiuy M ihö.'). 1 will hold Surrogat"  i-íiiHit)íjKuo.ttmiinl,'dtaiisnBivl«tlnK luiuntti-rà m theKiirroKate'Hí^ünrt muy b« addiv-Bwd to «'.'"Of H-» HandrlekClorkof tbu öiirrSo's Court at Wellsviiiu n. Y. Dated November 21,1884,  gUlKBM0BÀ.FAlUn71I,  miMÊSMëiâîSMMâà   

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