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THE ENTERl'KISE, WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 27, - 18S9-
J . B . IX U , f rojirletol .
General Kews Bninmary.
Interesting Home aud Foreign Newa.
Bsnate. Feb. Su. Thu bill for the relief of
tilers in Hettinger Comity, Dak., was passed,
rbe resolution of Mr. Hoar In relation to the
kdmlntcrntlonof the swrar dlvls'on or th ; a
pratser's ollles In New York was luloplcl. At
the txplrutlon of the morning hour consider
tlon of the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill was
rcsum d The committee's amendment on to
the printing of tlovi rnnicnt work by strum
plate P' luting machines &t the Bureau of En
graving auj "rtntln;,' was ttikon up an t a long
toha'o ensued. It win interrupted by the pres
entation of the conference, report on tho bill
for tbo admlMlou of Smith D:l;ota aa a State,
and for the ors intention of the Territory of
North Dakota, '1,10 clerk rcuil the substitute
agreed upon by the committee, looking to the
admission on Slates of South Dakota. Nurtb
Dakota. MonUna and Washington. After de
bate a voto was ta'ten, and the report wai
agrei d to without Itvl-itcm. Wlthnut uollon on
the ' ate im pr bus" iiw'n Iment to the Suodry
Civil bill, the rfcna'e adjourned.
Hot k;. Aflrr the conference report on the
Dire t I'm lull hu I been rttopted. Mr. Springer
pr-setitcd the confirence report on the Terri
torial ljltL iThe bill as a.'roed to in conferen e
provldos for the ul nUs"ji of fie St ties of
North D'iKnta. South Dakota, Montana and
Wasliliuttoi. It Is ma Ic tlie duty of the Presi
dent to a lult the four no States by proclama
tion. If thoconstlt'itlnns'orttied shall b ratified
at the electlm to be ImIiI on the lirst Tuesday
of October. Kuch of the new States shull be
entitled to one Representative In Congress, ex
cept South Du lot i. whirl stun be entitled to
two UepnjuentaHves.l The report was agreed
to amid much .vipUusn rets I H. nivs Hi. The
House then looU a rect s until evening. At the
night sensten several Mils mpnrted from the
Commit eenn Comiucri'o were iiuseit and the
Skvaif. Kid. .'!. The a iifere-ir" fpnrton
the Leg si itlve. Km entire anil .lu Mcl il Apiro
prl tt'on bill wi,s pr vnt d nnd n ed to. The
Seine then t. u, the o oltill m to.- the In
vent tttlonof ii'Vc" 1 tlei ti 'ii cutTipis In cer
jii.Stite.. AitirtitP uilepllo i of a few ml"or
imeiKinieritK. r r. (.oruian tritie un t r-rurw-nt
Kiiltf-t t"0 re ,,, w , n I,,,,, WJnl ovar
and the Mtn.liy Civil bill was taken up. Mr.
Hlsi'r t ok tl.e fra mid m-de mi argument
Valii'-t the eut 'n nii'cnt'.mei t -inj; ti e one
Id relntloii to Hie use or r a pr: et In thi
Ju ouuofE. giaviigi ndPrl'tllng lie c'.il'iicl
Hint the allvr crililca'fl wore ret ' oi untcr
felted mcro tliun eve b cm e the b i "Its were
nr ntert on sie.ini pr;s-es 'I ho a nen.ln nt was
dnally ugTeed to, Mr III coe'i ofo ei an
amendmei t npproprl 11 f a U) for nn appro
priate ce'ebrut'on 0 the ecn enn al of the Con
ttllutinnof tbel'nltel Stitot. After discus
sion, a vote w .a la ;en res 1 1 n r - eai M. naj
1 no MUoryo. The Senattt th -n 1 o'irnoJ.
Ht)0-Tiie P.wt-on e Apii.-.vir: ttlot bill
was tu'ien up an 1 Mr. Scott, of Pennsylvania,
ma.te a defense of tiie 00 i.luet of the Adtnl' Is
trot 00 In Its obervaice of the civil nerv oa
iaa a aip.led to postiu u'-craln Pui.nsvlrama.
After r Torts to Inctvme t:n nnm'.ior of letter
sarrlers In Chicago and 'ortild liu the eloslng
of tbo Chle .go mall hag r 1 air theps bad fulle L.
the eoramlttoe roso and in; bill was passed.
Tbe confcre.ice report on the I. -glslaliva bill
waa agreed to. The Deficiency bid was then
'eken up but without reaching a conclusion on
tbat measure the House adjourned.
SitNATE, Feb. t! The Senate resumed con
slduratlon of the Sundry Olvll bill, the pending
question being upon Mr. lllscock's amendment
ippmprlnting (m W for the expenses of the
eel bratton of the centennial of the Conslllu
lion. A sobiiltiiU) for the amendment was
offered by Mr. Hoar, which was adopted with
ant division. (It declares Tuesday, April 30.
IW0. the anniversary of the Inauguration of
Washington, a nutional holiday; provides for
the assembling of both houses on the second
Wedne sday of September, Inm, when suitable
eretnonica are to be hod In commemoration;
authorizes the Joint committee to Invite omoers
of the United States and of tbe respective
States and representatives of foreign govern
ments to attend, and also to Invite the Chief
Justice to deliver a suitable address on the oc
casion, and It appropriates I.H tui to 'efr y the
expenses of the lolnt committee and of carrying
out IU nrningemenu.l After agreeing to an
amendment appropriating lin.nto for a site and
pedestal for a statue of General Hancock at
Washington, the bill wns pussed. The Senate
then proceeded to the consideration of the reso
lution reporv-d by Mr. Kvnrts from the Com
mittee on Privileges and Kloctlons for a revision
f tho existing lnws regulating tbe elections of
nemhers of Congress, and was add revived by
Mr. Rengan Inopposltlun to the resolution. At
'he conclusion of Mr. Ken gun's speech the
Hni'nR -Mr. Mills e illnd np the resolution
orohlngthe ennstlMitlnnal right of the Senate
o amend the Mills Mil by menus of a substitute
leallng with the entire nh:cct of taxation. The
'lon-e. however, refused by a voto of Its to M
0 consider the reso'btlon. A resolution from
he Oron.lttoe on Rules was adopted providing
hat hereafcr the dally hour for the a semhllng
.f the House shall be ten o'clock and from that
our tjnt'l eleven o'clock business shall be
rnnact d by unanimous consent. TheSenste
111 granting a pension off:i,3ie year to Irene
;iiel er H; irldan. was so amended as to reduce
'ie rein to fc.Mrtand past-ed. The Senate bill
ir the retirement of William 8. Ko.orrun with
'ie rank of Hrlgdlr Oeneral was taken up
nd pnsvil. and the House recessed until
renin?. At the nigh", session forty private
enslen bit's were puiscl
BKHATg. Keb. in. Consideration of th-i reso
itlon as to alleged election outrages In Tesas,
oontlnued by Messrs. Daniel and Hoar.
fter speaking live hours fr. Daniel yle ded to
motion to go Into executive session, an I sfter
. notice that resolutions as to the death of Kep
Mentntlre Bumes would be called up on the
th the senate adlourn"d.
Hotmg.-The bill to roilpil and ratify the
greement with the Creek Indians was pissed,
nd the Sennit amendments to the ceventh
wsus bill were agreed to. Tho dcnYlrucy bill
.as inkenuplnCo-nmltteeof the Whole, and
number of amet dments mode Pending fur
ler p ogress with the bill tho committee rose.
nblie business was suspended and eulogtstlo
ddresses on the late Jumes M. H'lrns, of Mis-
sort were delivered. Among the s;ia:(ers
rare Messrs. Ramlull. Dnekery B.-eokonrl Ige,
Xing Hullcrworth. Hnlnian. Mo'rlll, Sayori
nd olhors. At the ooncliislnn of tuelr remarks
ie House ad ourned.
General Cluilte, f,i;r of Die Houx.',
ni rest lint llin Kejuilillcan have KM
til tlij Dumurr ta :'fl mem tiers at tho . r
iiiliolion of t!io ueU Houh not (vtintliig
ie Wmt Vlrt'l ilu mrnibora. Sltoiilil lliesn
.to teiils po In Hie Deinnrrnlt It vtl.l Aivn
io Repultlleaiis with a majority ot three,
til tho admission of the Dukolni, Wnsli
gtou uml Montana will IiilTdiisc lliis in
lUprosentntlvo O'Dotinttll, of Mieltlgsn,
resMitel In the bouse of Kepre enlatlves
1 the it't an enormous petition agninst the
nnd y rest bill, which bourn the signatures
f 8 ,lW Hovi nth lay Adventlata in all
trt of the country.
The Prcslclnnf has pardoned fioorgn Al
ri lit, wh.) wns oniivktuid in the Mont,
ornery ( A lit. ) district for Illicit oVtilli'i'f
od aetitet toil to UfUteti njonlil.' Ill tile I), io
ssoitunliary. 'I lie eonvleVi fninlly ro do
Commissioner of l'sl.'tits Hail on the 11
endercd is ilneleioo In tho mtiller of tin
sxtitiona of Gray anil Meliouou .'h to rojueu
bo Boll telephone interforanro utol Ui set
telde the doclslon of ComaiUxioiior Uutter
.forth, rondonni 11 arch S, 1BS5. Tbo oonv
miaeloner refused to reopen tho tnofe-,
est pes, and rooCrma lb award of priority
MM ,. ,
Mrs. Cleveland and Georjre W. Childa, 1
oi 1'bllndelphla, acted as aponsori on the
KJd at the christening of the infant daugh
ter of U r. and Honor de Pedroao. attache ',
of the Spanish legation at Washington. A .
large number of promlncDt people were
Captain Hurriaou Cutrlc has been elected
Commander of the New York Department,
G. A. R. He was twice promoted on the
he d for gttlliintfy and lost a log; at the bat
tle of tbe Wilderness,
Francis Hherman Mnulton. the slater of
General VV. T. Hherman and Renator isher
man, and the widow of Colonel Charles W,
Moulton, died at Now Yorlt City on the 21st
In her sixtieth vour.
The trim at Phihido'phla of the civil suit
of the Government brought to recover
11,1X10 ponully from Jnmos Loos' Son, for
alleg 'd imporlntionof contract lubornt their
mills ut Br;di'port, l'a.. bufiro Judgo Cut
ler in the United Sin'os Dislrint Court,' re
stilt d in u verdict in fuvor of tho Govern
ment In tho amount ot tho ponulty sued for.
. Attho unntial milling of tho Grunt Mon
nmont A'H iciiitinn in Now York City 011 tho
2id, John A. H"'Hrl wns elcctod treasurer
in place of J. I'lerpout Morgan. All tho
other otllcors were ro-ulooleJ. Tho secre
tary's report sh W'i l thu uinouiitof contri
butions to diit- aid dcposiioJ with the
United States Trust Company to bo $130,
843.S7. Ten buildings In the village) of Alleghany,
N. Y., woro destroyed by Bie ou the ftid,
causing alos f tVdl.iri; tuirilally Insured.
Among the losers nre Cliarlos Sproker, gen
eral store; A. W. Bu look, drug storo; J. C.
Bluir, undertaker, and Kred. Johnson, furni
ture. A free public library building, costing
I'UO.OJO, was recently iflvou to the city of
Po Hand, Mo., by J. P. Baxter, appropriate
exero ses being held In the handsome hall
connected with the building.
The Rhode Is tyid Prohibition convention
bns nominated II. II. Uiuhardson, of Har
rington for Governor; Joshua C. Brown,
of Nownoet, for LlcutonHtit Governo , and
John T. Bio lgert, for Attorney (Icneral.
Kdward Brown and Albert Moltnnn, em
ployes of the cement, works nt Coplay, Pa.,
while walking ahmt the tracks of the
tahiirb. Valley railroad o'i the IWd, wore
strui k by a passenger train and Instantly
Judga Gillson, of the 'Worcester (Mass.)
District Court, has just clOiei his iuquust
m the body of Mil Uorle, began nearly a
year and a half ago. Hiarctirn is as fol
lows : a'8he came to her doat h as the result
of the unlawful act of some person other
The body of Edward Boyle was found in
the ruins of the Park Central Hotel at Hart
ford, Conn., on the Kid. This makes the
twenty-third victim of tho disaster. Boyle
was twenty-eight years of age, a vagrunt,
and slept nights wherever sholtor offered.
A misplaced switch near Boyd's Station
derailed a passenger train on tbe Maine
Central railroad on th 1 sal The trnin was
badly wrecked and the ba-gago, smoker and
Pullman cars were burned. 11. C. Mudgett
and John Ca-np:iell, mill clerks, were
burned to death; Harry food man, fireman,
wus killed, the engineer badly wounded,
and several others were soverely injured.
None of the ua?ngors were much hurt
Mrs. Prank Leslie h ta sold to W. J. Ar
kell, of the Judge, all her weekly illustrated
patters, both English and German, the trane
f rs to be mode May 1. Mrs. Leslie will
reuiin and personally direct hor other pub
lications. VVi liatn M. Moriiman, a New York school
teacher, baa wll'edall his property, amount
ing to V,0d0. to the 0 ivernment His rela
tives claim he did it to prev ent their enjoy
ing the use of it
Phi lip Welch, one of the brightest of
New York's humorous writers, died at bis
home in Brooklyn on the lisHh. He was
contributor to Puck, Judge, ani the Epoch.
The wookly statement of tbo Now York
banks. Issued on the 'ltd shows the following
changoa: Reserves decrensn, fl.oTiO.sfiO;
loans Increase, tXil.StW; apecle decrease,
513,000; legal tenders dec ease, tlr9.(li;
deposit Increase, $H 1,0)0; circulation In
crease, fl.OOO. The bunks held f 15,740. ISO In
excess of the twenty-live icr cent rule.
Dr. Reuben R, Stone, of the New York
11 Ilk and Cream Company, who claims that
he sells from 8,000 to 4,000 quarts or milk
dally to invalids andchl drwn, was arraigned
in police court ut Now York on the Ski,
charged with adulterating milk. An analysis
of tbe milk by the health offic-r disclosed
that five por cent, of water bad bo'n added.
President Fatten, of Princeton ro lege,
announces that C. C. Cuylor, of tbe class of
'79, will establish an annual pnnln political
science as a memorial of bis futhor, the lute
Theodore Cnyler. The price will consist of
the annual irjt irost on 11,0)3 and will be
open to members of the senior claj', begin
ning with the present one.
Business failures throughout tho country
durln; the week ended February 'J3 number
for the United States 24!l, Canada M; total
Sr2, against 311 for the preceding week and
Ir-3 for corresponding weskof last year,
Joseph H. Lenhsrt Supreme Rnreiver of
tho Ancient Order nf Unite 1 Wtvkmen,
died at his homo in Meadvlllo, Pa., on tbe
24th, of congestion of the lungs.
The exports of apecle from the port of
New York duringthe week ending February
23 amounted to 11.307.403. Thu Imports of
sieele for tho same period amounted Id M9,
&ftl. Four steamships lauded 8rJ ltninlgranta
at Castle Garden on the'Mth.
WEST AND OOUTH.
Andrew Lewis, aged aevutity-four. check
e'erk for the Houtb Carolina railroad for
fifty years and said to be the oldest railroad
employe in tbo c untrj-. was run over and
killed by a switch engine at Augusta, Go,,
on tho '.'1st
Near Romney, W. Vu.. Oscar Evaus, a
bark contractor, shot and killed Jacob
Klrby, and mortally woiimlod A. L. Hoke.
Borne time ago Hoke horsowblpped Kvuns
nd ou the 21 -t the two meu allocked Evans
and he uuei the revolver In self-defense
With the above result
It Is now dccvw.,1 1 to Ublo that the
Knights of Honor w lil withdruw from the
blatt) of Missou.'L The Insurance Cotnmls
sionor iiislsta on causing 1 his socret society
as an lnsur,iu,-e company, and demands that
It put up onu assessment as a guarantee to
the Insured. The order w ill not admit that
It is an Insurance coin puny.
Six inches of snow, the heavleit In years,
fell at Augusta, t)a ou the 21st lloporU
show that tbo storm wasgencnil la that sec
tion. Mrs. Holder, daughter of ex-Governor
Oglenby, of lllliwis, was robbed of tlS.OUO
worth of diamonds and Jewelry at Delinsr,
Cal., on the 21st, They were given to the
young man who aided asclerk at the hotel to
bo placed In U10 safe. Tno young man aud
the i Hoionils huvo both Uisainieared.
A Neclie (I). T.) dispatch says Gabriel
Dunn til. Drat lieutenant of Lou Is Kiel in the
recent rebellion, for which Kiel was hanged,
la there en route to Winnipeg. He has re
ceived a pardon from the Dominion Govern
OfUcom at Fort Huelllng, Minn., say there
Is no truth to the report of threatened
Indian outbreak In Montana,
Fred Kuaa, tbe agent who shwW with
l.:i',.wj.ivU ;.ou 1 mm
captured la Minneapolis.
Judge Coffey, of the Indiana Supreme
Court waa so seriously Injured by the col
lision, with a bicycle at Indianapolis a few
days ago tbat be has been obliged to give
tip bis official duties temporarily and return
Nearly one hundred veterans of the Vlcks
burg campaign met at Indianapolis on the
22d and organised a new army society to be
known as The Society of Vlcksburg."
Genoral A. P. Hovoy was chosen president
of the temporary organization. A series of
resolutions were adopted, demanding a serv
ice pension law and favoring the payment
of aoldlers-on a gold basis.
A warrant on Information waa sworn out
before United States Commissioner Van
Buren at Indianapolis on the ild for the ar
rest of Colonel W. W. Dudley, of the Re
publican National Commlttie. An ofhVor
left at once for Washington to serve the
Charlos Hunting and his son Fdward,
farmers, were found frozen to death near
Loup City, Nob., on the 23d. They had Sient
the day In town and were on their way to
tholr homo when they were overeomo by
the intonso cold.
Sister Mary Cecelia Smith died at a con
vent in Baltimore, Md., on the 23d, In h r
eighty-first year. She was a widow of Gen
eral Perolfer F. Smith, who was a distin
guished olHcor In tbo Mexican war.
Tho Nova Be ivia baric Josle Troop, with a
carge of chalk and a crew of seventeen
men, was wrecked on Hie 2-1 1 o.T Chicainico
niloo, N. C. The cuptuiii and t iti men were
drowned, tho remainder IHnjf saved by the
life-saving crow. The vessel aud cargo are
a total loss.
Tho committee of nine appointed try the
recent Tariff Koform convention at Chicago
has selected No .v York as the headquarters
of the natlnnnl orgaitltv.t Ion, elected David
R.Wells president, ail a pointed Kverolt
. Wheeler, Hire Knvijr an I George H.
Putnam mo.ubers of tbe executive com
mittee. The trial of Thomas II impltreys at Spring
field, III., for tho inur.ie.- of police officer
shatighm ssy on the nig it of November 0,
ended on the Sid with a verdict of not guilty.
1'he jury wus outoaly Hfteeu minutes.
Tbe last of tho lurre c.isliugs for thg hull
of tho United States cruiser San Frattoisco,
was made at S.11 Frauciseo on the 3itli. H
was the port strut and wsighed 18.0UJ
At London on the 21-t Cardinal Newman
observed tbo eighty-eighth anniversary of
bis birth by oclebrutitu a Pontiti nl high
mass. The Cardinal's health is Improved.
Ho sat during the entire service but walkod
to and from the sacristy.
Queen Victoria oiicnod tho British Par
llame t on the 21st with the customary
Mr. William O'Brien, who was recently
sentenced at Tralee, lr.luud, to six months'
Imprisonment for violation of the Criuios
act was on tho 21st onveyed to Ualway
jull to undergo his sontenre. At tho raii
wuy station at Galway tho prisooor was
wt'hximed by a crowd of several thousand
people. Subs"1 lently a crowd gathered In
the vicinity of the Jail and sang nutional
songs but there was no disturbance.
Planter Modesto Ru t, who was 'captured
by Cuban bandits in the Remodlos dis rlct,
bas been released on tbe payment of a ran
som of 130.000.
Japan advices state that on February i
fourteen streets containing over one thou
sand houses, with temples, schools and hos
pitals In Hhidsnokl, were burned to the
ground. The next day, at Yokosuka, Bra
gutted five hundred houses sod burned
three men to death.
A Berlin dispatch of Ibo 22d states that
tbe German Govomment has ordered four
ironclads to sail for Samoa Immediately.
Prince Rupert, grandson of Prlnoa Leo
pold, Regent of Bavaria and hoir apparent
to the Bavarian throne, bas borst declared
Insane. , . f- .
The loaa to the English goveruinentduring
the last fiscal year through Its conduct of
the telegraph business of the kingdom
amounted to Jtfti.uud. and upwards of
i.1.000,000 siuco inn, the deficit gradually
The Welsh colliers nsvo given notice to
the mine owuers that they will demand an
advance In wages on March 1. Strikes
among tho miners are foared.
At Win field, la., 00 the 2Mb ult th
dwelling of Ibomas Innls was destroyed by
fire nnd his mother-iu-iaw, Mrs. Torbitt,
aged sixty years, and Ionia' eleven-year-old
daughter, burned to death. Mr. and
Mrs. Innls and fix children escnied in their
night clothes and were nearly frozen before
reaching a neighbor's house.
Ox theUSth 1 It John J Holmes, mayor of
Iowa Cl'y. la., while temporarily deranged,
suicided by shooting himself.
AT Rclnttiiit M. T., on the 21th ult two
children named Cullnhun were burned to
death ami a third can hardly survive. Dur
ing tli- absence of the mother the oldest
boy held them; n-'ulti t tbo stove and its
hair took Are. It run under a sofa and the
bouse Ignited, twonf the children perilling.
Tnr. cxp'o-lou of a lump in Urn boarding
house of Frank Cr,.lir. near Corl-011 lule, Pa.,
on the 'i'ttli ult remlieii las tho destruction
of tbebtililliijr. Putrlrk Hwoeivy. a boarder,
and Sarah Ford, a domestic, perished in the
lliinie. Doth Craig uud his wlfo were
Tub ie,jib fsctory of John Powt-!l, al
Plymou'b, l a., v.as de .troyed on the 2Mb
nit. by tho explosion ef s-venil kegs of
powder. Lleven young giris were instantly
killed and the foreman prvbulily futally
A Pniljiiiri I'ttiA llmt has received ano
di-r from a nunilier of nd!.inos citizens
to manufacture tin fiticst l:ihlo that nan be
made for pmroi'tmioti to 1 1 ncrul Ilurrl'on.
It will be pliu-ed In tin cast room or the
I iovi KN,t l.rrr.nf Mlchinn. has ordered
stay of proc-jei;urs In tbo extradition
coses of Olive E. F'lj'id and others, of
electric sugar noto'iety. aud 11 give them
a relienrlng on Mnrch 1.
Ik tbe Ferate on tho if th nit anumltcrof
llg: thr use bills were n irtrd and pnssrd. 'I he
llou.o nmendment to the bi'l rM-nslonlng ths
widow of leoernJ Sherldnn. which reduces the
pension from p.,ltu to ,Vi0 a yur, was con
curred In. The House bill to divide a portion
of the Sioux totervatlnn In Dakota was taken
up, read, amended and passed. The Senate bill
to ratify and confirm : a agreement with lbs
Southern Ute Indians in oiloradoand to make
the neoessary approprlatlona forearrylrglt'lnto
effect was taken up and passed. Tbe Army b U
wss read and tbe anundmcnle offered by ths
committee were agreed to. The resolutions
adopted by the House on th death of ths
lute Representative Humes, of Missouri,
were taken up and Mr. Ccekreli gave
a brief rev'ew of the life and publte
servlitea of Mr. Burnea. Ma Inialls fol
lowed and madeamosttoquei.tspeecbeulogtt
leg tbe deceased. Rulogies were alio pro
nounced by Senst rs Vi nrheea. Hale. H mpum,
Coke and Vest, alt'tr wbleh the resolutions were
adopted unanlmouslyand the Senate ad ourned.
...,1a the House, a r. Ikx.ber qna'llled as
successor to ths late James N. Barnes, of
Missouri. Two conference reports on bins
granting the right of way to railroads throngh
the Indian Territory were agreed to. Tba Baa
ate smendments to tbe Agricultural Appro
prlstlon bill were ooB-oonoarrsd la. TM
California emteted election ease was eallsst
SO. bat tlu. lil...ULllL-:ois n.uw4.l u Sin.-.i
I inc taosJcs and taas tb day was sraaUst
News About Town.
It lathe current report about town that
Ki inp's BrtisHiu for ihe throat and lungs
Is making some remarkable cure with
people who are troubled with Coughs,
Sore Throat, Asthma, Brunch ills aud Con
sumption. Any druggist will give you a
trial bottle Irve of cost. It is guaranteed
to relieve and cure Tbe large buttles are
lllty tenia and one dollar.
Abc yod madk mlslerble by Indices.
tlon, constipation, Izzlncs", lo-s of ep
petlie, veliow -kin P bhib li'. VitaHzer
is a positive uure. Sold by F. D, Kelt.
A Great Surprise
Is Io store for all who ust Kemp's Bui
sum fur tlit llirimt autl lungs, the great
guaranteed remedy. Would you believe
that it is sold on its merits and that any
druggist Is authorized by the proprietor of
this wiuidirlul remedy to give you a sam
ple bottle free? It never lulls to cure acute
01 chronic roughs. All druggiets sell
Kemp's liaUatii. Large bottles GO cents
an 1 ft.
Why cmbittcrlile by dragging around
Willi lame back, nlaeast u kidneys, dropsl
cal swelling!, female weakness, nervous
dehllity .heart disesse and rheumatic com
plalnlH. when Or Kenner's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so qulckh cure? Rev
A J. M-rchanl. Presiding Elder writes:
"It gave me almost Instant and entirely
permanent relief." Muperioi In all known
metlielnes in tbesi'dlfleases. For sale by
Why WiiLYouccngh wlion Shllolt'i
Cure will give Immediate relief. Pric
10 Ct.. SO Pts., and $1.
Sold by V. I). Folt.
Simply puruvtng and cleansing the
blood is not snlllcienl. It needs enriching
ilso.the nervous 9V8lem needs toningnn
allof which lsaccomplislied by Dr. Kcve
n r's I '.lot 'd uml l.iver liemedy and Neril
Tonic. Use his Coiifli lloney In hs
Kotighs; his (lolilen Kelief tn all pains
and stonuicti anil bowel disorders, hip
Kidney and Hacknrlip Cure In lame hack,
dropsy and all kidney disorders: his (fei
mnn Eve-Sulvp in sore i vps, cracked skin
and piles; Ills Capitol Bitters for appetite
and strength. For ante by druggists.
Thn Hniiielipsr ms.n ill Wellington sn
well ru the handsomest, and others are In
vited to call on unv druggist and gel free
a trial hot lie, of Kemp's Ibilsam for the
lungs nnd throat, a renn dv that is sellinu
entirely upon its merits and Is guaranteed
to relieve and cure nil Chronic and Acute
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis nnd Consum
plio 1. Ltrgo bottles SO cents and $1.
Siiiloh's Catarrh Remkdy a pol
tlve curn ror cntarrn, uiptnena ami
Sold br F. D. Felt.
Diiiout's OiseasrCiikivD. Three years
ago 1 was attacked with kidney trouble,
which to few months terminated la
Brlghl's disease. My physician said im
case was incurable. I tried different
things and received no benefit until a
friend persuaded me to try Dr. BurdlckV
K'riney cure. I sent and got oie bottle:
before that was half gone I felt change.
One hot lie removed from my body and
limhi fifteen pounds of water, which had
been very badly swollen I nsed twelve
bottles and was entirely cured, and never
hkd nny return ol the disease since. I
would rcommend this medicine to all
suffering with kidney or liver trouble, to
which I owe my life. '
Elmer Jackson. Wooibury. N. J.
75 cents and $1. FD Fell. 4Vlni
Allow cough l rui until it gets beyord
the reach of medicine. They say, "Oh, It
will wear away," but In most cases ii
wears them way. Could they be In
duced to try the successful medicim
railed Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on 1
positive guarantee to cure, they wonh
immediately see the excellent effect afp"
taking the first dose. Price 50c and 1 100
Trial size free. At all druggists.
896 in Six Months.
VsnWert Ceemlcal Co, Waterton.N. Y.
Oootleincn. 1 takr pleasure In 1' -forming
you of the wonderful suec-s
we have had with your Lung Balsa' .
We have sold In the last six months
SvO bottles. We have guaranteed neir
ly every bottle ' ut as yet have had only
four returned. I rm In rocelptofscoro
of testimonial-tronf the most promin
ent reeldcnts of our city which I should
like to send ym'. Trial site free. E.
W. Adams die L ading Drugglste
S. Felt.Jr, Druggist.
A Sensible Man
Would use Kemp's Balsam tor the
Tt.m.i mil f.nnffa. It la rurins more cases
of coughs. colds, asthma, bronchitls.croup,
. .V. . 1 1 ..1.1. ...... ..
and ail inroat ami luug irounira lusu suy
-a.. nxmiWnKnm Th oriinrietnr has auth
orized any druggist to give you a sample
bottle free to convince you of the merit ot
this great remedy. Urge bottles 50c
Advertising s s r' l) f dlclre In thepe
cullsrwsyln wnicn ivemp s naissru.ior
finirlis and Colds does. It Is indeed won-
derlul. He authorizes diugglsts to
give those wbocall for It, a sample hotil
rre,thaltheTmaytry it before purchas
lng The large bottles nre 60 cents and
onedollnr. We certainly would advise a
trial. II may save you from consumption
8AVKII TflB Valuk K A FAMM-8ellet
Cough .''vrup has attained a repuUtlon el
most equal toBellers' I'llls.and more could
hardly tit said of any other medicine. The
syrup shoald be kept in every family
where there are children, and grown tip
people find It a most valuable medicine
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and throat
and lung diseases. The pills are such a
standard remedy in some parts of the conn,
try tbat a family never thinks of doing
without them. Bald an old gi nllemsn in
Eastern Maryland. "Why I have raised my
family on Sellers' Pills, and I consider
them almost ss essential toa family as
bread. In the last thirty yrsis they have
saved me enough. In doctor bills, tepny
tor a farm. Cincinnati Tlraos-Slsr .
Itch, Mange, and Bcratches on human
or animals cured In DO minutes by Wool.
Ms I !. This never til
bold b,K. W.daras, Druggist, Welling
ion, Ohio. -lJ
The electoral count
has been settled for Har
rison and so have I set
tled in business onNorth
iviain street where I ex
pect to give my time to
the public in lurnishing
The leading brands of
flour kept constantly on
ly SVHW MI1VU
In fact everything kept
in a first-class grocery
can be found in my store
Farmers will find it
greatly to their advan
tage to call on us with
their Butter and Eggs.
Free delivery inside of
the corporation and
goods handled very
carefully. All are invit
ed to call and inspect
Dr. O. H. MacFarland's
Grat Medical Dis
covery. TliI Mtirnltie will cure Ctiroale tod Inrtrimnint'trj
KlR-uumil'in, Srurilitlttjjt'tiruiitr MaUrl. l'riNML
nu n HtfkwU.'h' ftfcl ttll dlw'wi of tlir I Ivrr nnd
Kt-lury, AImi will cure ( urrh. hrniful. halt
Hhrtim, and nil diawtwn that irr mined fnim linpurti
hl(od It UOI10 of Ih- brt HIcmmI aiv) Mvnr rrnic
dl known. lLtursVaihblouil. crt'ilra a h ilihjr
action of the llvei and kldnry. Hci re, It radlratf
tUvtm dlwaiwN frfiro the yit,m. Tho xuift-rlnf
wlthlhrawdl-M4-t, try a hoi of thti urnit niMlcal
dltcovtry, and im cmflorrd f Ita nrHi, Kvrry
boi raarmntre-d in kIvc Mtifrtlii, or aioney re
funtjfd. Fifty darntmimrnt In i!BhlHit. Pr1 91
pr hot, or nil buira lor $ He atiro you avt Ilia
Sold onlr i WoUiBKtoB, by Pr, X
HhoaM any onvdcalrf, t hT run order dtrrrt fruin
lr ( II MarKarlan '. otn-rllii, , ThlBlillirir. lt.
brat-d m dliMn dellvrrfd to t'-aclMacnaof Wrtlln
fa laat r'i'frunry and betelofurc uoly brrQ aoid by
the loclor atuiwrlln
CalvaUon oil S?v'
r.i'J .t.V ... ' . 'V :. To rapiiiir
.riHlitcs our t.t Ihij' sHell rlirar. W
.1, II i.mcn- t siomih. ! .,! rr lost ot then, t
tes of 0 mssrs escli tttt.1L in anr Host or
7ress offl-e In Ihe II. a. Also mm year's bmbm
l,.i. iKsuoaia tiT. aitin. np rs
.nt of loir dellsrs ths resrlr rsts fur tbat poo
irlliuitrsied Wasaa Jourusf, Write name snd
turned Kldrs.s plsinlr. IMmlt br raslaMuad
all r Mesial note anil aoitrass slsssa
.. W. TANSILLf CO., 65 SUh) tU, ChloiflO.
Mm THUS! SniRRH
THS BEST .
Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, and al
Pateulbusi ness conducted fur one rule lets
nave nosub-Hgencies.all buHlnestdlreci, heiii e
eantranssctpatentbusiiieHsiiiless time and
oost than those remote from Washing'
Mend model, drawing, or photo with desrrip
Hon. We advise if patentable or not. free o
elmrge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured
A book. "Ilnw to Obtain Patents," with ref
erences tn actual clients In your Stute.couutv
ortown, sent free. Address
C. A. SNOTF & CO ,
Opposite I'ateat Office. Washington, D.C.
Is tbe best place in the city
to get strictly No. 1 Meats,
and Sausage Fresh
Steal always clean. A I lent ion alttly
WHITNEY & ABBOTT,
Cui'WMtter Block. Wpllineton, O
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
fa sllsgaila.il Slvat It cast ba taksn,
ilgr'ttit, svnd aMtnsllXcsl by th most
..nsltlva tlomsch, whan ths plaja eU
vn a.it b tolaravtcd and hjr the eosm
itrtailua rth oil ssrith Ita. hfpphas
,li.tos is matcss mora alttcaclous.
Kfratrtalle u lesh pradieer.
Pfrsom gain raplulj while. bUof tt.
"COTTS EMlTtSrON is acknowledged by
.' y ilciaua to be the Finest and Beat prepsv.
. iou in tbe world (or the reluf and oure ot '
JNERAL DEBILITY, WASTING
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS.
Th$ gnat remedy for Conswnpiian, and
VidMj in Childrm. SJd bu all Drwjgitt.
D5SEASES OF WEPTONUY
na, tMkusMaaM, Nruua Ua 'ill'?. Loat Manhuod. rav
altaof Krrora n Yooth arpidllv and par ma Mat If
corxi. Con u tnflon and trtt-"ji(isil dtln-n hr mttC
wbeelinb i uiiim mini
KASTWAHU. Nu6 Ne-7 No S Soll
a. tn. p. m. p. tn. r m.
Toledo Lv 141, I lit SMI 141
Oak Harbor Ar 841 107 5 s5 10 0
Krumoul S 3A K a e 10
Clyde t ii I 4 egft ......
Beilevue (XT 04 6 4U a. m.
MuurtxtYllle Lv M 1 'ill M II 0ft
Norwalk 10 10 4U 7 17 til
Welliugtoa 11 Ml 4 90 8 IS tU
Crestou Ar 116:1 817 a to 8 41
Orrvill Ar UW US tto 4 10
Urrvllla ti 140 8 0S 8S 8 18
Haasliion Ar lis) a 4(1 7 18 7 18
L 10 843 7 IH 7 18
Nsrsrrs 1X3 tui 7 W 7 81
Valley Junction Lt ! 7 i 8 a) 8 tt
New motherland IM 7 41 8 40 84
bhurrod.vllle 1 4ft 8 UOt I uu I (0
Leesvllle , ttt 8 OH H It
Bowerstoo Ar 16H 8 lft t HI IM
Canal rtorer N
New CamersUiwn 8 8ft
Marietta Ar 7 0S
p. m a. m. a. as
a. m. p. m. a. n. s. so
Marietta Lt 8 48 11 IU
lfackahnrg 7 57 1 on
CambrlilKS I IT tn
Nr C'oiuerstowa 10 18 8 U.
Csnsl Dover 10 M 8 871
Rotrerstna 10 4ft 1 80 8 M
Leesvllle 10 ft 1 S7 8 It
ftherrodsvllla II 00 4 oft 8 10
New Cumberland Ill 4 17 8
Vsllev Junction Ill" 4 85 8 4ft
Navarre i4ft 5 III 78ft
Masallloa 1 Oft 85 810
Orrvin. a, l 40 8 05 858
" Lv I 4ft '8 85 til
Crcstoa Lv 11" 704 841 ....
Weillnrton 0ft 7 4 1(88 ....
Norwalk 155 8 8 1180 7 t '
Vnnroeville 4 07 I 40 114ft 7 1
Ttellavna 48.1411 lifts 7 1
Tlvds 410 .iroo His I 0
Fremont 455.1017 ltn It
Oak Harbor 81 1188 8 4
Toledo Ar 80 11 18 1 80 I 4
m. p. m. p. . s. n
Norwalk J f
.... am 8 0pi
.... 8 80
.. 8 45
... T W
.. 7 40
Monroe vtlle Ar..
8 55am 8 80pts
III) 8 45
Dsilv. ,', '
Tlilsrosd Iraowopettbronsh from Toledo
Bowcrstown ennnectlnr wltr th Tannsvlvto
' trbodsr esssaavici
BstwernToledo Csmbrldfisnd Msrlttls ,
snd Row.rstown '
. ' sndAkrna.Toaagstswa.se
, V Chltsrn.Akroa.Taangstowiaad Fllli ,'.