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T1IK hNTKR.MUSh, WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 20. 1889.
4 . li.i ill ril, trurltui.
General Sews Summary.
Intereeilnar Home and Foreign Newt.
Pfnatb, Feb. IS. Mr. Bale presented the
conference report on the Dlpiomatle unci Con
sular Approprtiitlon bill, whlcn wot agr-ed to.
The Mil for the ascertainment of the amount ot
money expemled and ti e obllgut on assumed
ty the Ftiito of Callloinie. growing out of
' lndirn tiotl I'tir, was passed. At 1".56 the
Senators r receded to the bell of the House of
Repnseiiitttlvesto take pirt in tie Joint ses
Ion to count I he electoral voles. Upon the re
turn ot the t-ennte to tla own rha'nher. Mr.
Monrterson. on behalf of the Senate tellers, re
ported ti e rnrtilt ot thu counting and ascertain
ment of the t loci o el vote for President and
Vice President of the United Btsics. and itraa
entered enl rod on the onrnal. The resolution
reported from the Committee on I'rlvl tun and
Eleciloni in.lrucllni( that committee to revise
tne existing law reuuluting the election of
member of Congress was then taken tip, nuil
Mr. Ev rti made an argument in Itsiupport.
At the conclusion of hit tpeech the Senate
went Into e ecutive session and adjourned.
' Hotiss. At one o'clock the Jo nt scss'on to
count the electoral vote was held, at the eon
elusion of which the louse resumed the con
sideration of the Smalls-Elliott contested
election cute. After a most escltlng debute,
during which at timet there wat much disorder,
vote as tuhen on ti e minority resolution
declaring Smalls entitled to u tent, and It wat
rejected by a party vote of li'3 ycut to 143 nays.
The ma nrltv resolution touting hlliott was
then nirreed to without a division and thu House
bN atb. Fob. 14. Mr. Wilson addressed the
Ben te at some Icwrth In tuppoit of Mr. Erye's
bill rehiilmr to imported liquors, reported ad
versely from the Committee on Judiciary In
tyiirrb last Senators Allison, Dawes and Coc
crell wti'v made conferee on the Legislative
Appropriation hill. The resolution in relation
to the al. cited election outru;'i' in Texas wat
then ta .cu up uii.l Mr Cu:tc uddressed the Sen
ate. He ilec lured th:it the report of the cum
, nilttcc waa unjust, one s di-l nmi purllsun. if
, Uiecumtiill'uii had been prosecutors instead of
' ludgi-H. Hie inculpatory testimony could not bavo
been more thoroughly con rreiratod in the re
port, nor th" exculp:it'y testimony more thor
oughly exclidi.-d. Without concluding his
perch. Vr. .'nl:e rnve way for other bulnet,
and after a brief executive session the Senate
HotiMf Tlie House non-con'urred in the
Sen ile umeniimonit to the Legislative, Execu
tive and Judicial Appropriation hill and Messrs.
Forney. Itubilall no J Ci nnon were appointed
conferee Ti e bill to divide a portion of th
Skiux rtscrvatton In Dakota Into separate
reservations a d to feme lelln ulshment of
the Indian title to the remainder win culled up
ndpnsed. Mr. Springer called up the con
ferciiee rep rt on the benate bill for the ad
mission of the Slate of booth Dakota. The re
pot t. which reports a total disagreement, wat
agreed to. Mr. 8) rimer moved that the House
Insist cn i,t i mrndmenu and aak for another
eonferen e: a reed to. A resolution firing the
Hou e ci nfereet certain Instructions wat de
bated at length, but without coming to a vote
on the question the House ad ourned.
Sikatr, Feb. 15. The bill to ratify and eon
Arm nn agreement with the Mutooav (or Creek)
auttion of Indian Territory (opening to settle
ment unussigned lands In the Indian Territory,
the consideration being 6i.tti,3 oi) wat poised.
The benate look up the individual pension blllt
en the calendar and passed all of them, forty-one
In'number, accomplishing tbt tatk In twenty
minutes. Consideration of the Texaa outrages
' resolution waa then resumed and Mr. Coke pro
ceeded with hit argument agnlnsi the resolu
tion. Without finishing hit tpeech, Mr. Coke
yielded the floor to Mr. Gibson, who offered a
resolution expressing the sorrow of the Be iate at
the deulh of the late Representative Robertson,
of Lonlsian k and proceeded to eulogize the lire
and character of the deceased member. After
appropriate remarks by Senator Curtis and Rea
gan, the Senate at a further mark of respoet ad
journed. Hons. Mr. Mills reported back the Senate
u'ttltu'e f, r the Mills Tariff bill, wiih a reo
loili n in ,ing the constitutional point that the
Senate bat no authorlw to orl. inate a revenue
measure, referre 1 1 1 Committee of the Whole.
Mr Mcrlca'-y repo. ted boon t ie Semite bill ap
propriating t-.'HWI i to ene le the President to
pro eat the Int rests of tbt United Slates tn
Panama llrlef speeches folio ed and the bill
was'pnssed. The B,mate bill g anting a pension
of fill a month (with a House a nenrtm nt re
ducing the rate to7Mto tho widow of Brigadier
tiener I Jo.eph It Plu nmer, was cMlcd up and
eaaaed asjitnenried: nisi the Senate b II grant
ing a pension of ivnamooih to the widow of
Rear Admiral Nicholson. On motion of Mr.
Stone, of Kent cky, a bill wai pasted for the
payniet.t of ''Fourth of Julv" claims. The
amount involved I fM.non. The House then
took a recess until evening. At the night ses
sion Hit ty-three pension blllt were passed and
the House adjourned.
briATr, Kob. I. The bill 'O place Malor
Jstne. B ilge on the retired list of the army
wilb the rank of Colonel was passed. Mr.
Sherman presented the conference report on the
Direct T.ix hilt, which wat agreed to Consld.
erailon of bo resolntlon reported from the
Committee on Privileges and Elections as to
oulr pi in Washington County. Tel., wat r
eutred. and Mr, Coke proceeded with his argu
ment In oppot tlon to tba resolution. At the
hour of adjournment be bod not concluded bit
H it'HK.-Mr. Dargan, of South Carolina, of,
fried a ren Ititii n, which wat idopied, etillng
on the Secretary of the Interior for information
tvs to the nnmber of rlerkt appointed in hit de
par i mint flnoe tie 'ft if March, 1H-S, wlihout
eer I a ion f om t e C vil Service ommlssion.
Bills w ro icporlcd by Messrs. 6'eMillln and
Dreckenrldgo, from the Ci remittee on Ways
an I Meant "to reduce Is? alloc and for other
purpose;' d Mr. l'andall, from lie Com
mltteenn Approprllon e o tid the Cosies
bill a ending the Internal revenue laws. AU
tfaic- mea urtt were referr d to the Committee
of H e V hole. The Ilooe then went Into Com
mltiee of the Whole on tbe Po-t-efl'ce App o
pr atlon id I. The pending amendment increas
ing the appropriation for lb ion pen at Ion ol
post-on ce clerks by SJtilunO wat uefeatrd by a
vote of Mi to 87. An amendment as adopted
providing thai the aggregate ttlai et of pott
olttce cler s, as fixed by the new clst.ti cation,
thalt not exceed the turn appropriated by the
bill (fiU Mtm. Pending a vote on the bill, the
Committee rote and the House adjourned.
An rrrler lias beeu laiued by Booretary
Whitney detaching Commodore Ueorge
' Belknup f r, m his duty as commandant of
. the Mare island nuvy yard, California, and
ordering him to duty in command of the i
Aslutle station, to take tbe place of Rear ,
Admiral Chandler, who died a few duys
A telegram wat rocolvod at the Navy de-
partment on the 14th aunounclngthe success
Of the iifllclnl trial of the gunboat Yurkf
town. The vessel make sixteen knots an ,
hour. She met the roqutremeut of 8,000 i
Kxporu of the principal articles of provit- '
ton during January, past aggregated in
value (il.iM.7rj3, against (0,8vib0 tn Janu-'
ary, t8tt. ' '
TW Senate In secret session on th 13th
eonflrmed the nomination of Norman J.
Col man to bo Becretary of Agriculture.
A reunion of the paymasters of the army
' who served during the war of the Rebellion
will be bold at the Ebblt House, Washing
ton, ob March a.
' . THE tAtT,'.
f Trie steamer Caroudelet, detained In New
Tork harbor with munitions of war oi
f board, has been released by Judge Brown
at bt United Btates District Court.
i ... ,i
Hlrnm Bnker of Dover, N. H., lett hU
ton 1 will ho aniiuul allownnoenf .IK)0
duriiiK ia life time, boisldm fJRO W 0 at the
end of eah too, years, provided he keni
sober during the decwle. A single ' drunk"
forfeits the amount. The son t-omi. eating
the wl 1 ud the round that UU father was
Ill mo n w Horn mip'-eme viuirt uu um ,
Mth Justice O'Urhn denied, without nm-
mont tho motion innilo In belmlf of Henry;
B. lvoa and Uoorira 11. Btayner for a ehungo
of v..i, tn tho Kir anit lirnniit aenlnat '.
them liy the Clnciuiiatt, Hamilton & Duytou
The New Tork bank thief, Henry P. Hnr
vey, who escnpod from the cure In a Now
York court room lust October and waa ar
retted In Philadelphia rrc ntly, has been
taken bui k to New York, wlioio he la
wntitcd on a ohnrire of ateulInT 17 n
The board of tn stees of P.lmvtnn C"l
lew have extended an Invititilnn to Pr.l-
dent-eluct Hunlion to eiienil Hum) y, April
28 as mieat of the colleiro, aa (jeiiui-.il
Washln'.'ton did in 17811 on his way to his
Inauguration in New Yor e
liy the exqlosloii or the boiler of a looo
mi live ettuuhod to a fi-eigbt truln ut Cenlor
Valley, Pa., on the l ith Hrom n CnTk. it
wat liibtiinlly klll'd, and Fii iIiiimt I'imiiIi
MrOowun futnlly tujun.l. lli'iikeinaii
Bt'hrock was bio none hundred fiol but
earuped tvlih slight Injury, The cuuae of
the explosion Is unknown.
fiuslu ta f iluroa during the raven days
ended January 11 number Tor the United
States at) and for C'aiialu4d or a total of
27M; as compiired with 8X) the pruvloun
week, mid 273 for the corre-pondluK week of I
The Keene House and theDronaoii block
St Pike, N. Y., won) burned nn the 15lh A
domestic num. d lennie M k an. I h r liUle
niece, P an. latrlahed 111 l e 11 lines.
Mr. Cornell u i Vandei-bilte.ileriiilnedMln-Iste
Puelps by a dinner at his rutlenoeln
Now York on the lath. Ammtr the pueals
were Vice PreHldetit-elect Morion, Clinuu
cey M. Dcpow, ex-Mayor lloivltt uuJ Will
Thovilluge of Cape Vinc- nt, N. Y. suf
fered the loss of IU 0xini bouai bl'iclc by
Are on the 15th. Thoto.vn rccorJi b cc to
1M9 were burned.
Htm. Sidney T. Fulrchljd, father of Roc
reury of Treasury Futrcl.lid died nt his
heme In Ciixciiovla. N. Y. on Ih.i 15th.
It is stated thut negotiu Ions liuve been
0 ncluded whereby t lie ll.irthnlomew, Gene
see, Itochcsier and psibly the Miller
breweries, the four larea In R Kjlioitor, N.
Y., have probably p.med Into the h in Is of
the city of Lonlui contract o piritlon,
limited, a irro.it Kiulish synJluatd said to
have li"slJ J,0.J o ipiUL
AU the S' honoroi in Iif.iyeite college
at Koston, Pa., have been impjiiJ.id by the
faculty for boxing, and went to s i -lr homes
on tne 15. h. Bef ire the arrlv il of the train
on which thev departed they hud their
photogmphs taken with their grip ucks In
the r bands.
The seven hundred emnloyis of ths Potts-
vll (Pa.) Iron and steel hMiback rolling
mill were totirteil oo t nj l.rth of a radifjtlon
of from ton to fifteen p .' venL In wsjes.
At Chester, Pa., on the lath a pa senger
train on ihe Baltimore & Ohio railroad ool-
lied with a street car at the Ttvel lib street
crossing. The streetcar wis wrec'tod, and
the Ave lady passjugdrs win injured, two
of them seriously. Tbe drier w.u also
President Cleveland's name hm W
posted for membership in the New York
Bur Aiaoclallon, and II will be voted on ut
tbe meeting In March. As Mr. Cliveland
baa already been admitted tuhe bar of that
Bute, be tin to take no further lions to ren
der him eligible to practice at the courts in
New York City.
A cableruin was received st Philadelphia
on tbe Ittth announcing the capture In Italy
of Vlncenno Vllletj and Onlseppe Bevorinu,
the accomplice of "lied Nose Mike." In tbe
killing Af Paymaster M -Clurj and Hugh
Flanagan, near Wllkueburra, Pa., in October
Benntor David F. Ho'iston. of R iannke,
Va. foil on the icy p ive nent at Lancaster,
Pa., on the Kith aud, ruDturlnir a blood ves
sel, died in a few niinutos. .
The Matthews ft Wllllard Comimnr of
Waterbury, Conn., bras goods makers, have
At a mooting of the Central Labor Union
at New York City on the 17th a ap It oc
curred, thirty-two organ Iz itlons withdraw
In r to form a separate union. The sece ling
organisations claim to represnn 30 0 )0 men.
Tne six-days' female bicycle content
rioted at Now York City on tbe 16th with
the following score: Stanley t'A miles.
Von Blumen 5W, Oakbs bS, P.nallor 51H,
lwis 4!l, Baldwin 48U, Hart 4U, Woods
877, Mcrthane 8?J, Armaindo 374 Brown 'i37.
The weekly statement 1st led by the New
York atsociated oanks on the 16th showed
the following changes) Rosrtrvos decrease,
',142,tUO; loans Increase, l8)): specie in
crease, (3,715,400; legal tenders Inoreose,
IJUU.TOO; deposit increase rt.l-D.9J0; circu
culutlon decrease, tU.HM. The banks bold
17 3U5,00 in excess of tbe twenty-rive per
Tbe exports of specie from tbe port of
New York during the week ended February
18 amounted to IWi,i19. Imp irts of specie
for tbe same period amounted to 9378,001
WEST AND SOUTH
Dr. M. F. Urquhart of the Untfd Btates
Marine Hospital service, died In Evanavllle,
Ind. oo tbe 14th, aged thirty-three years.
His Illness was brought on by overwork aud
exposure while caring fur the yellow fever
victims In Florida last summer.
Kokorao (Ind.) division No. 4 U. R, K. of
P., has been suspended by the Supreme
Chancellor ot th World for insubordina
tion. Memberi sharply crltlcls. d thro gh
the press the Judges' decisions at the prise
drill at Cincinnati last June, and when
ordered by tba chancellor lo apologise,
fulled to do so.
A midnight fire at Chippewa Falls, Wis.,
on tne 14th burned three buildings, with a
loss of 1118 000, on which there U (48,500
Lumbermen In the United Btates and On
tario are protesting against the export duty
on loirs of (3 per 1,000 recently imposed by
the Dominion Uovernment,
Thomas B. Barry reports that his new
order of the United Brotherb od Is booming,
and claims that ninety-alx assemblies have
already b -en organized lo dlffoeenl parts of
' the country, and applications for charters
l are coming In fast
J ne granu jury at uoiviuuro, All., usts rw
tnrned eighty Indictment airalnst the si-luon-kee
rs of that place for soiling liquor
to minora and habitual drunkards. Every
liquor seller In the city Is undor Indictment.
On the 16th the boiler of J. F. Jenk-' saw
mill at Murphy, Pleaaant County Va., burst
and killed Best Cain, firemen; James Black,
aawyer; Thomas Ash, Griffin Black and
Charles Zinn, laborers, Mrs. Jenks, who
was passing at th time, was also killed.
Lewi Fox ft Co.' cracker factory at Fort
Wayne, Ind., and tbe adjoining block occu
pied as a wholesale grocery by Bkelton,
Watt ft Wilt, burned on tbe 16th. Lost,
At Olenvllle, Minn., on the 10th Joseph
Chemeleke, In a drunken f renxy, shot and
killed bit sister-in-law, ber titter Mary, 1
their mother, and Mrs. Chemeleke, bis
brother's wife. He bad been on bad terms
with bis brother ln-law's family for some,
time, sod tbe deed was actuated by revenge.
Later hit dead body was found a few rod News About Town,
from the house, he having auioided by ehoot- VU " current report Hb.t town tliitt
lug hlnvelf. :. I Kiiii' UhIhhiii for ilir llirnnt mid tiiiiga
Bui ney Heeler, HvIdj near Port Huron, is mnkliiK tioiiie reniHikulile cui" wnli
Mich., on the 18th locked herthreeohllitren, ' j,,.,,!,!,, wh() Br. trn,n w,, (ji,u,M)
aged three, four and tit tn the bo ne, while ,rt. -lmt, Ai-tlmm, Bn.ncliliis and Uon
aha went down town. Durlnir her absence m,,,i,lllt Any ilrunttiBl will give you a
the children set to thi house ami when ; trH, Ue in e of uoai Ilia iiMrHntd
- U.. ..!.. U nna IHM H tIAnnli, 1,111 I . .
n-no on uy uoi'i .." - ti
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lwo ynunwen. u.o -"
other can not live. .
On the ITttt tho Owlnira bloclt, a huw
fourteen-itorv untlnlahed bnlliling. corner
of Dearborn and Adumt atreets Chicago,
B 'dileuly oollapwd. The ten lower stories
foil tn, one afier another, lea'-In g the wnllt,
four uiier floors and the roof standing, In
shaky condition. The accident v at cnuaed
by overwolifhtlnff the twelfth story with
cue of the h igo water tanks inten led to
furnish hydruullo pressure for the ele
f 1 . Jl.nnnnnwrtJ Mnm SI-
another inuu's wife and about 7,000of his
employer's money, was captured tn Wash
Ingtnn Territory a few day ago and brought
bick. Iiiiclts was engt el In the restaur
ant bulneis at Chetmt'ls, W. T and hud
become a X)pular cltlien,
PresM 'iit-cleot Harrison has selected
Hugo Z'nmann, of Chicnio, for steward of
the White House. Mr. Ziemunn la a Herman,
and has for a numbar of years boon em
ployed as bend waiter atone of tbe leading
Suit was entered nt Louisville on the 18th
in the nnma of the State of Kuntuclcy
Htrulnt M.itmgor Charles B 'ilth. of the
We tern Union Telegraph Company, for (
t!V penalty for fill lure properly lo report
the company's proerty for taxation.
Is the case of the Bates-Kvans Cong'-es-
sloual contest, tbe Tennessee Bupreine
Court decided on the 10th In favor of H.
Cluy Kvans, Ropublleun, who will receive
the certificate of election rrnra governor
The Landle Transfer Comprny's stables
at Kunaua City, Mo., were destroyed by fire
on the 17th. James Hull, nan, one of the
owners of the building perinbed in the
flames. Ninety-four horso were also cre
mated. Loss Sftt 000; partially Insured.
After a trial lasting one week at Pueblo,
Arguos cashier of the defunct Fxchange
bank of Canon City, Col., wai on the loih
I und guilty of having feloniously ao ep'ed
deposits up to the time of closing of the
bank, kn vingtbe concern to be Insolvent.
The buuk fulled one year ao for 300,000.
Unite I Slates Miulsier Hubbard Is report
ed to be netntlating a treaty of am ty and
commerce with Japan.
In connection with the discovery of a
revolutionary plot in Belgrade it has been
ascertained that two emigrants have been
arretted who bad 8,000 revolvers and 400
rifles in tholr keeping.
The fou th drawing of the Panama canal
lottery bonds of 1848 took place at Paria on
the l ith. There was a large public attend
ance. M. B unet explain J thit owing to
thepMltion of the ooinpany It wot neces
sary to upend tbe drawing i of other is-
sue. The bet prize fell to the company.
Twenty persons arrested In the rooeut
riot In Peath have been sentenced to Im
prisonment for terms ranging from two to
The Spanish Republican General, villa-'
cam pa, died In prison at Madrid a few days
Premier Crispl ha complained to Prince
Bismarck, that investigation b revealed
the fact that German B.ciallsU aided their
French brethren In Indtlu to roooul riots
in Home. t..
Three nfflcisls in the oentral post offioe at
Churtres. France, were seriously injured by
an explosion of dynumlto lu a letter box
A lire at Montreal, Can., on the 16th de
stroyed Peck, Benny ft Co. 'a foundry, caus
ing a lots of (IOJ.000; Insured. Later the
grain elevator of Jones Dougall burned,
the lot on grain and buildings beln i esti
mated at ( M.000. Two persons are thought
to have perished.
The judges of the Court of Appeals at
Dublin have refused to grant an order of
appeal to Mr. William O'Brien agalo-thls
recent sentence to four months' lmprisoi
ment for offenses tinder the Crimes act.
Tits property of A. J. Bncll. the murdered
Chicago millionaire, wasdlvlded on the 18th
rouully among eight heirs. Tbe estate
amounted to (i5"0,uoo.
Jdiik J. BoHnxrt, of New York, a winter
resident of Green Cove Springs, Fla., bas
offered a premium of $1,000 fur the city or
town tn Florida which on July 1, lHsfl, sbuU
present tbe most cleunly condition In publlo
and private premises.
Fiks In the heart of Fort Dodge, la., on
the 18th destroyed property valued at (75..
0U0. Twenty-nine business bouse are the
losers and insurance Is light.
Judos Thomas L. UmrrsT, of Bloux City,
la., seventy years of age and wealthy, bas
been sued for breach of promise of marriage
by Mlsa Sal lie McConaghy. thirty years old,
of Dakota City, Neb. bne asks (J0,000 dam
ages. A ctcxoni passed over Banks County,
Gs., on the 18th. Thomas Stevens and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Minders were instautly
killed. Another son of Mr. Stevens was
lx the Court of Claims at Washington on
th 18lba Judgment for fl,00j 517 was ren
dered against the United Stale, in favor of
the Central Paclflo Railroad Company lua
cs.se growing outof withheld dividend.
A sxriovs shootlog affray occurred at
Lansing, Tenn., on tbe 18th, In which Dirk
and John Burns were bolfj fatally wounded
by C A. Qulnn, a merchant of the place,
whom they assaulted. ,
TwrxxT million silver dollars stored In
the United Btates poofflue building in
Philadclpb a are to be removed to Washing
ton, one million at a time.
A rmx at Fredonla, Kun on the 18th de-
strafed three fine brick buildings snd con
sumed props, ty worth (35,000; ln.uranoe
about (15.000. '
MR Palmkh offered concurrent resolutions
In the Bennte on the 18 b, hiih e sdop ed,
returning the thanks of Congress to V -) v
ernor snd pi opl ot Michigan forth tat 1
I wls Cass, acccpiln; th sa la lb
asm of tbs ratio i, and aas'gn'ng It
place In tbe old Hall of RetiintentaVves
Th Ben te resumed con-lde-atloti of the Texas
outre es resolution, and Mr. ( oke began his
fourth d y's srgumenl sgaln-t It At the con
clusion of Mr. Coke't tpeei b the reso atlon wat
Itid adde. The House bill to p i,vid,. for taking
th eleventh and subsequent oeniuies wat
taken up and after being amende I In a
few particulars wat pitsod, aid th Ben
ate adjourned. ...in tbe Hou'e. Mr. Dunn
called up the bill to prov de for th better pro
Uctloo of lb fur tea t at d salmon fltherti a of
A asks. Th vote on tba third reading or ibe
bill ruliel res 141, nays a. The b II was
afterwards recommitted wnh inatrset'ena to
the Committee on Merohsai Marts and
Fisheries to report It bS'k with an
amendment redu.lng from twenty to tea
years th term of the lease of th
seal fisheries and author ting' any per
son tn br.ng toll against the It sseet to recover
ten dollar for (very seal takes la exerss of th
nnmber fixed by law. Mr. Crisp called up th
Bulllvan-reltoa California elect! eaa. Fili
bustering tactic wei Immediately begun by
the Republicans, snd without action th House
re leva anil fin- I he Urire Imttli uro
llltv ceil It auU oue dollar.
Akk you madk inlslerhle by inilltrrf
(Ion, iiiiii8'l)tinti, Izzlnes-, lo-a ui hi-
pellli.vel KW'killf Sllll ll' Vl a'i7.el
Is a poeltlveutiri-. Hold by F I. Vriu
A Great Surpribe
Is In store for all who usi Kemp's But
sain fur tlitlliru.it Mini lungo, Uiegieal
gu irntiteeil remi ily. Would you believe
tlint it is sold uu Ha merits aud Hint mix
Hits wniiiKrlnl remedy to give ynu a hiii
plu Ih'IiIh free? It never lulls in cure Hcttte
oi diploic, itouiilia. All diuggii-ts nell
Kemp's BulS'itu. Lurge bottles SO cents
Why emhlt'iTllle by dragline around
with lame back, iilaenm a RlilneyH.aropHi
fal selllngH. feiimle wesktiiSH, oervon
delillitv. heart iliHeta and rlieiiniHticooii)
nlalnla, when Dr Penner's Kidney and
Backai be Cure w ill aoquickh cureT Rev
A 4. Merchant. Presiding Elder writes
"If gave me HlmoBt Instant and entirely
permanent rel ief ." Superior tn all k nnwn
m,,,r.nesln these diseases. For sale by
WhT Wn L Youi't ''sTh when 8lilli liV
Cure will ifive liiiiiie iUierellet. rile
KlUtSl. 60 "IS . Mini 1.
Sold bi F. D. Fh.
Hiinplv mirnving and cleansing tbe
l, mil Is not Hiilllcienl. It ni l ds eiirirliing
alHO.the nervous svalein needs toning tin
ull of which l accomplished liy Ur. rve
11, -I ' IIIimiiI II ml Live ieli
T'ltile. Le Ins t . i'"n- - n '
(tnniflis; bis Uolilen " 1 '' t'liini.
and stoniHCli and bowel disorders . blp
Ivulnev nmi Uackarlie Cure in Imiih- liai k
ilroliav and nil kidney disorders; bis (in
man Kveoitlve tn sore iyea, cracked sKin
and piles; Ills Capitol liiilers tor appetite
und sirinj!tli. i'or sale uy nrugists.
The riineliee ill , In Wellington a
veil na the liNiiilHiimeKt, and others ore l
it"'l to call on line druggM and gel frer
. t Id Imiile of Kemp's Balsnin for the
lioitiH and thrust, a renn di llnit is selling
otirelv n in m Its merits snd Is guaranteid
hi Mie'v ami cure all Chronic und Amite
l-Miifh. AstlmiH. Bmni'liitls and ronsum
Hin . L'irge laitiles f0 rents ami fa.
fluiir.ti's O atarrii Rimkdt a onsl
tlve cure for catarrh. dlDiherla aud
Mold by F. D. Felt.
Bhioiit'b Dikeabk Cubed. Three years
ago 1 was attacked wiih kidney trouble
which in a few months terminated in
Utl 'Ill's disease. Mv physician said mv
iae was incurable. I tried different
tlilnira and received nn benefit until
f i lend persuatled me to try Dr. Burdick'i
Klilnev cure. I sent and got me bottle
lielnre that was half gone I felt a fhanire,
One Imtile removed from my body and
limbs Alb-en nouiids of water, which hud
been vi-rv badly swollen I used twelve
Miles and was entirely cured, and never
IikI any return ol the dlseaan since, i
would recommend this medicine to all
si'fferlng. with kidney or liver trouble, tn
wmch I owe my nte.
Hespecif ully yours,
Elm kr Jackson, Wo.ibury, N. J.
75wntand $1. F D Fell. 43 1m
"u .11 enpie
Allow s cough t run until It jr.ct beyond
the reach of medicine, niey say.-uii.n
will wear aw ay," but In most cases ll
wears them away. Could they be In
limed tn try Hie successful medicine
railed Kemn's Ralsam. which Is sold on
m..liive uuaranli e to rtire, they woul
immediately see the exn llent effict after
taking the first dose. Price 00c and f I.VU,
Trial size free. At all druggists.
396 m Six Months.
VsnWert Cceoilcal Uu. Waterloo, N Y,
Gentlemen. I tafcr blea-tre In li:
formlnif you of the wonderful !! I
we have bail with vour Lunir. Balaam.
We have sold In the last six moiiihs
U6 bottles. We have guaranteed near
ly every bottle t'Utas yet have had only
lour returned. I ri I" receipt of scores
of tesilmonlal- from the most promin
ent residents of our city which I should
like to send yon. Trial 'f free. .
W. A 'ams the L admir L)ntj;glete
A Sensible Man
Would use Kemp's Balsam tor the
Tbmat and Lungs. It curing more cases
Of cough, colds, asthma, bronchttis.croup,
and all throat and lunif troubles than any
ii,r medicine. The oronrielor ha auth-
orUedanydruifglrtlnglve you a sample
bottle rree to cunince you m wr mn ,
this (treat remedy. Large bottles 5tk.
Advertising ar"'"' n ! 't lbipe
cullarwsVln which Kemp's Balsara.for
Coughs and Colds does, It Is It'det d won
derlul. He aufhorlcea diugitUts to
KWe those who call for It, sample bottle
tree, that thev may try It before piirchss
lnc Tin large bottles are f0 cent snd
one dollar. We certainly would advise n
trial. It ny save you itm consumption
Savkd tax Valdb of a Fahm Sellers
CouBh elvrnp has sltalmd a repntatliin a
most equal to Sellers' Pills, snd more could
hardlv tie said of sny other medicine. The
syrup sbosld be kept In everv family
where there are children, and frown np
people find It a mcst valuable medicine
forcoutihs. colds, hoarseness, and throat
..a i.,no- Hiaesses. The pills sre sa b a
standard remedy In some parts or theco in
irythata fani.lv never thinks of doln?
without them. Bald sn old (ri nllemsn In
Eastern Maryland."WhyI haveraised m
family on Sellers' PIUs. and I consider
hem almost s essentlsl toa . family as
bresd. In tbe las. thirty 7V
...iut m enonifb. In doctor bills, tepsy
for a farm. Cincinnati Tlmes-Star.
Itch, Mange. and Bcratchfi on hnmsn
or animals cured In 80 minutes by Wool,
ford's Sanitary Lotion. TI.In r'1 1
Sold by E.Yf. Adsms, Droffglst, Welling
ton, Ohio. 4-'y
The electoral count
has been settled for Har
rison and so have I set
tled in business onNorth
Main street where I ex-
pec); to give my time to
the public in iurnUhing
The leading brands of
flour kept constantly on
In fact everything kept
in a urst-ciass grocery i
can be found in my store
Farmers will find it
greatly to their advan
tage to jcall on us with
their Butter and Eggs.
Free delivery inside of
the corporation end
goods handled very
carefully. All are invit
ed to call and inspect
Mediciue inilie Vorlfl.
Dr. O. H. MacFarland's
Great Medical Dis
covery. This Med'etne will enre Chmnle and tnflsmniatory
Rtifamallsm, Neuralslo, It'lironlc Mnlsrla, Uy.pepalal
Sirs Headachs sn i ii dlses-s of the I Iver snd
Klilaeys, AIM will can Csurrh. hcrofula. Rail
Hheuni, snd all diseases that sre naased f om Impure
hiuod. it Is one of ih be-i HIikhI snd l.lver ri'me
Jim innvn. It nu sfli-s the hlmd. ereales a h al hv
srtliai ol the liver and kldarys. He ce, It ersdlrates
tlirsD diseases f oin tne jslem. Tlio.ii unrnna
wiih thi-H illM-aaca. trv a bel of this vrest medh-al
dlseuvrry, and ne convlaced of lis mrrlts, Kvery
Imii gtisrsnt d to give ssll.iacnon, or money re
finiftnl. Ktrtvdavstrestmentlnearhbox. Prlet SI
ser imi. or sis buses lor so, n sura you get in.
Boldoalr la WeUlagtoa, by Dr. J-
Shoald sny one desire, they can order direct from
rtrC.H Mser'srlsn . Olierlln, n. This Is therein
hrsted m dinne dillrered In t eelllfnaof Welllnr
um Isat Keiiruary snd be'ttofors only been told by
100 CICARb FREE.
KXTBtA HOI.ISSf Ofrrn. To rapidly
Introiliioa onr near l-mv ie' elar. W
will, IC ordered at ones, ileilvee lOO 0( Ih.m. I
boies of M) eiaara aaeh 611 Kit to any Tost or
Kipreasonn In mo II. S. Al.o..i year's ewb
.rrloiloa pustivaid to Tsia. aifsiaa-s upon r
oslpt of lour dollars lha yearly rate for Ihat pop.
Isrllln.lrated 111 pane Jmimal. Writ nam and
po.tofl.ca axldre.s pluinlv. lurolt by rlttrd
niall or to.tal nolo and sit'lre.. s .
ft. W. TANSILLf CO.. (5 Stale St, Chicago.
Cofiees, Teas, Spices
Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, aud si
Pateiit bust neat uniiilucleU for ,1. ouen.tr It i s
Uuruiheelauppoalte li.S.I'aleut Oflioe. We
have iioaub-ageiic lea.all buaiiieasdlrecl. he 1. 1
oahtranaacl patent buaiuena in lew time ai m
at less coat than those remote from t ash Ilk
tie h d model, drawing, or photo with deaerlp
tlnli. We advise If patentable or not. flee o
charge. Our fee nut nue nil patent is sei urd
A biink. "llnw toOhtiiln I'Hleiita." with ref
erenees t" setiml elleiit. 'n vnurbtate, county
oi town, sent free. Address
a A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D.C.
Is the best place iii tbe city
togetstrictly No. 1 Meats,
aud yausage Frebh
Meal si way clean. Attention alwsy
WHITNEY & ABBOTT,
Carpenter Block. - Wellinstori. O
OF PURE COO UVER OIL
lmost as Palatable as Milk.
stlsasila.d thai It eaa k takaa.
'(d, sad awtaallatrd by the smaa
naitlve ttosnaeb, asts th plata all
anaut b toUratd and bf lh Maw
matlna af th all with th kfaaaltaa.
hit la aaacot taer mcalaa.
Senirkaale u a I tsh pratluer.
PcrMot gala npldlr whllt tsUag It
SCOTT'S EMTJL8IONui acknowledged by
hysicians to be tbe Finest and Best prepae
ulou in tbe world for the reli. f aud cure ot
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. '
'iENERAL DEBILITY, WASTINO
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS.
Th gnat remedy or CbniurnpUon, and
rirr,'n iblrtn. Said otf all DntggitU,
DISEASES OF MET. ONLY
Hood Poisoa.Dls ( EMaars. Bladdarand etbaro.
ianhnanknrMis,NrvuusD ill f LoM Manhood ra
nlUof Kpora'a Vouth ara.pMdll' and pwmananllv
earod. Oon a 1,-llnn .n Iratt mI-sI dilr-onfm-aL
Adanss CS. OBXKDIX 171 W. UU St.. In Isck.
wbo. & lake mi num.
TIMKTABLB- 111 Effect Kov.tt,
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ti. m. p. m l p. Bi.
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6 17 San 8 4t
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6 46 "l IM, 'l 18
6 4) 1 18 f II
7 uu 'i Sfi 7 i
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7 481 8 411. 6 4 0
Sooi tw 10
8 us IM 6 If
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New Ceniaratowo g S5 ....
Mackshurg 6 6tl ...
Marietta Ar 7 IH
p. as a. tn. s. at
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t. m p. m. s. Bi.ls. m
Msrietu Lv I 46 11 6
p. m. ;
Mackshnrg 7 67 1 (in
t'embrtdita 17 I 8 ....
New C'omeretown 10 IS 116
Canal Pi-vee 10 66 67
Nnrwslk .. ..
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10 64 6T 6 It
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soarnwisD. 86 87
Montoevtllr Lv am 8 SOpm
Norw.ik li;-;;;.-;::."". ::::
Milan Ar 7 10 4 0
Friese Landtn TN 4 SS
Unma Ar - 7 40 4 60
totiTllwiSD. I 88 88
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Frlese Landing... .... 8 10, 6 45
Milan , (88 8 OS
Hon.. Ik ! 8 6f. f 80 .
NorwslkJu M 9Sf
Monroa-ville Ar., 11 46 8 40
Thl.rosd tsaowopetthronrt fromToledo
Rowerftowp eonnectlnt wlti t hr Penntylvta"
BelwtepToledo Osmbrli'pisDd MsrUttr .
" . snd Rowerstewp
. " ' and Akron, ronnistowa. ta
" ' Plltahnrrk
: " ehletvo.Akros.ToonsstowisBf Pitt,
If. D. WOODFORD, .JAM Ft M HALL, '
Osa't Maaf .. wta'ltMS.A