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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27; 1889.
, Woman's Diuoovery.
"A. other wonderful cltovry hi
bn made and mm too bv a lady In
Couniy. DUe-ise issued '
upon fi-r and fr seven years tiie with
,on.l It. severest leM-.'ut her vtr I
or,fn-. were undermined ami death
goSmed luiul-ei... She bnughtof
... Ni-w li-'ovfry lo-
Ural il.iwe that she fl'Pi "H
niirhtnnd wlthcnie l..t.lH tii 1 '"'
rMruluusiy u'r.'d. Her name In Mrs.
L.itli-r K-fz." Thus wrl'H- W. I .
II .inrlck & U.,'f Shelby, N. C Get h
free trial bottle at Ad mis' drujj stoie. 2
The Population of Wellington
Is about 8,000, and we would say Ht lead
oiirt half ure troubled with sume auictiuii
of the throat mid lungs, hb tlmse coin
plaints are, Hcrordln t' statisiirs, more
ouinermi llian others. We would silviw
II our readers not to neglect the oppor
tunity to rail on ihelr druggists and get a
bottle ol Kemp's Balsam fr the throat and
lunifS. Trial size Iree. Large bottles 50c
and $1. Sold by all drujrglsts.
Bnrklen'S Arnlc Salr
The best salve In the world for tiffs,
bru-n-s, sores, ulcers, salt rlieirn, level
....... .1 aA IttinHu ftlillhlultia
oris, leurr, uiidJou ...... --
euros and all skiu eruptions, and positive
ly cures pih a, or no pay required It l
guaranteed to give perfect sailstactlon. oi
niotiey relunded. Pri 85 cent per box
Pot Sale bv Woostsv A Adams. 16v'
Cb'uop WnooriNO Couon anil brml
chitU Inline ilxt l -elleved by Slilloh'i
Cure. Sold by F. D. Felt.
rrVrn T7 rfrW r.t ftnammfllll.
W. D. Suit, druggist, Blppu, Intl..
tei'nV: "lean reunniiiieo.i Electre
ltlttera as the very hesl remedy. Every
bottle .old lit given relief in every
Case, lino nun to 'k six hott es hiuI
' was cur. l of rtii'UiiiH! Ixiii ol 10 yea'
Mainline" Abraham Dure, clruwgi-i,
Itellv.IlM, O., hIHi iiis: " The Dn-t cell
ing nieilieine 1 have eAer hamllei' lit
my 20 ye irt expei Mice, is f,n cine, a i
tern.', riiousandsor omers have aililed
their vestiuiony, so ill t the verdict 1
Unanimous that Klevtric Ditters do
Cire all dlceii.ies of the l.ver, kidue.tc
or blood. Only half a miliar a bottle
( Adams' li iik store. 3
Detroit, Mich., March 8, '88.
sr. u . H ii&co
Ortiitlemen I had a very severe at
tack of rheumatism. Alter taking a
few doaesof your Ar-thro-phon l-a.ob.
ttined relief. Hive taken one home
and am almost entirely cured.
M.S t'arpall,fl35, Bmggstreet.
Foriale at Felt's df"K iore.
Tmt Kay. Quo. U Thaykr, of Bour
bon, linl.,4y,"BiHli myself and wife
oe our live to Shilou8''on8umptio
Sold by F. D. Fell.
A Grateful Clergyman.
Rev. I'hoa. Klcliey, formerlt presiding
elder of the North-in N. Y. Confer
ence, glvda tbis opinion of a popular
remedy : "I have foumi Van Wert's
B ilsam to be a wonderful effective med
icine f..rthe lungs. I l averecommenil-
..i I. ill m Irit'lulri L hn lr.
OH II h'ii-tviri ...... -. w
suffering from consumption and almt
miraculous benefit have followed It
ue. ( am of the opinion that II taken
iu lime It would affect u cert. In cure ol
this dread dlseae. I wtnil.1 urge all
who are auOerlng with lung ami throat
troubles f try It. Trial cue tree. a.
W. Adams the Leading Druggist.
English Spavin Lli lment removesall
nnl. Hnft. or Ct'loua d Luuu8 and
Blemishes Irom horses Blood Spavin,
Curbs, Splinia, 8eeney Ulng-bone,
Riflna. Snralns. all Swollen throats,
Couvhs, Eio. Save $50 hy use of one
hnrtla. Warranted. S.-Kl Dy w. e.
Adams, Druggist. Wellington , 0. 44-201
A Nasal Isjkctob frie with enoh
bottle ol Shiloh'a Catarrh Remedy
Price 80 cents. 51yl-S
Sold by F. D. Felt.
Bangor, Mich., March 21, '83.
Tn whnni It iiimv eonceril !
This I to certify that I have suffered
all winter w th a severe aitaeaoi rneu
mutism, and was about to ask to be re
lieved fro iy position, as I was not
able to work. After trying mai.y rem
edies and getting no relief, 1 taw Hill
Ar.tlirii.ii hnn-i.a advert sen. i asKt-u
iir iirnirirUt to order some lor me.
commenced taking It at per directions
and received good reculic from it with,
la one week. After taking three bot
ties I am hxpny to say 1 am nearly
nrt. alihonirh I shall conilmi
rotake Ar thro-phon-l-a until I drive
tha disease out of my system, i can
..Ff .lnl v recommend It as the beet rem
dy forrheumatism that I know of. and
oaonotiay too muun n ir
M . Remington, .
Agent U.& W.M.R R.
Sold by Fred. D. Felt.
Fob Dybpm'sia and liver cotiiplxln'
mil have orlnted guarantee on every
bottle of Shlloh's Vltaliier. It never
fall to cure.
Sold by F.D. Felt.
The Handsomest Lady
Id Wellington remarked to a friend the
other dsv ibal she knew Kemp's Balsam
for the Throat and Lungs was a supeiior
remedv as It stunned her cough Instantly
when other cough remedies had no effect
whatever. So in nrove this and convlce
von of it merit, any drugglsl will give "-on
a sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents
and one dollar.
Detroit, Jllcli' March 1 J
W.II. Hill A Co.:
- Gentlemen 1 have for years been
sufferer from chronic rheumatism J at
times very severely. During a latest
tack' I have experienced more relief
from taking one bottle of votir Ar-thro
phun-l-a than from any remedt I have
hlthertoused. Its action hssbeenvery
prompt, and without an derangement
or the stomtcn orotner organs, i am
o much pleased with Its action that
hall continue Us use when I have the
old trouble to combat agatn, and recnm
mead It to my friends In like affliction.
Itespertfully yours, f '
Sold by F.D. Felt. ; : !.'.(
SniLOB'i Curi will Immediately re
lieve oroup, whooping oough and bron
hltls. ' -
Bold by F. D. Felt.
DM THE CAPITOL
Bill Passed Granting a Pens'on to
General Sheridan's Widow
Bill to Open Up the Great Sioux Res
Euto...'. Delivered In the fenale on th
Lata Kaprmrntatlve llurneK, of Missouri
Flllliusterlna t'onitumes the Tlma of
Washington Feb. 26. BenatbTdo con
ference roportafon tbo bills grunting right
of way tlirouirb tho Indian Territory to the
Bt. Louis & Bun Frandco Railroad Cora
puny and to tho (.eavonworth & Hlo Grande
Railroad Company wore preHcnleJ, yester
day and agreed to. The request for a cod
feronee on Houso amendmonts to the Senate
bill granting a pension to Urn. General
Unerldan. reducing It from $3,500 to 12,500
and making it s bjoct to the pension laws,
was withdrawn by Mr. Duvls and the
amendments were o incurred in.
The Home bill to dlvido a portion of the
Fioux reservation In Dakota was taken up,
read, amended and pSB90i. Tho Sonata bill
to ratify and confirm an agreement with the
Soutliorn Uto InJluns in Colorado and to
make the necos iry appropriations for car
ry! g It Into effietwas lu'en up and passed.
The Army bill was read and the amend
ments off ired by tho committee were agreed
tn. Pending the re idln?, Mr. Riddleberger
twice made motions to go into exocutlre ses
sion. When the soc.md raution wa de
feated (at tho flrt liaJ boon) Mr. Cockroll
moved to proo eJ to tho consider itlon of
the reo utlons adopted by the House on the
death of tho lute llipmsenutlve Burner of
Missouri They wnre takou up and Mr.
Cockre:l iravo a brief review of the llfo and
public sot-vices of Mr. liurnos. Mr. Ingalls
followed mid niaila a most eloquent speech
eulogizing the due )sl. Kulo io were also
pronounced by ttoitor Voorheei. Hale,
Hamii'on. Coke andVoit. udor which tho
reol il'ons were ed plot unuiiimously and
tho Henulo ndj iurno I.
Houhb KillliiHtorlnif was tho ordor of
the day In the Homo. It was bo.'un by Mr.
1)1 and, of Missouri, who rul o 1 the p dut of
no q iormn. Ho w:t'idr.v.v his point to
permit C. V. Boohur. of Mmiurl, to q ialify
as tho sucecssorof lhelatoJainoN. Burnos.
Mr. Paul, of ArUansa, suhmittvd the
conference report nn the bill authorizing
the lOavoinv Hi & Rio Grande Uuilroad
Company to constr ct a road aoros the In
dian Territory. After dilatory tactics it
was agreed to. Mr. reel also mailo a con
forouco report on the bill granting a rlirht
of way through the Indian Territory to the
81 Louis & Kan Francisco Uuilroad Com
pany; agreed to.
Tho Be-nato amondmon's were non-con
curred in to the Agricultural appropriation
bill. Mr. Crisp then called up the contested
California case, and Mr. Knyers, of Texas.
In the Interest, of tho Deficiency appropri
ation bill, raised the attention of c miider
atlon. The Hou-e decided to consider the
election cae. A reconsideration of tho vote
was asked and then a motion to table the
former motion was made The vote showed
no quorum, and thus the day waa waited.
At 5:15 the House adjourne I.
Mother anil Two Chllilren Huli lde by
b illna Gas.
Criuaoo, Feb. 26. An awful tragedy wat
enacted at 'iX Irviair avonuo Monday morn
Ing by which Mrs. I.lzzlo McCauley and hor
t chll Iron lost thoir lives. At ten o'clock
the Inmates of the home noticed that the
McCauleys had not appeared. On approaoh-
lnir one of the do rs tbey noticed air odor of
cal iras. The door was foroea open and on
thn led were the dead bodios or Mrs. Mo
Caulov and hor chlldreu. A rubber tube
attached to a gas Jet had boon separated
from a stundin r bracket and the en J or the
tube lay on tho. pillow of the bed and
through this the gaa escaped, fllllni the
room with the fumes. Mrs. Mcl'auley Is
the woman who, on December 4, 1857, shot
and silled her husband.
The I en- turner Case.
New Yomk, Feb. 20 Henry a Ives and
his partner, Ueonte II. Htaynor, Indicted for
larceny In the It rst degree n connection
with the selling of sixty-live 1.0'W bonds of
tbo Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago rail
road, a branch of tho Cincinu UL Hamilton
& Dayton roi d, of which Ives was president,
wero In the Court or Ueneral notsiuns yes.
terday to plead to the Indictment. Edward
Wilson Woodruff, the clerk whom Ives
made treasurer of the Ohlu road, arrostcd
for complicity In the cane, wits also In court.
The proceedings, however, wore potoned
until to-day at the requost of the District
Attorney. The reason for this action la sup
posed to be that Woodruff wants time to se
cure legal ad v loo before ploadlng.
A Peculiar Bet "etlleil.
Kiw York, Fob. 20,-Alfred A. Ltsoomb,
who was to have started on his tramp for
Washington yesterday, bo -ause he bad bat
on C eve'and, gave up tho trip. It waa in
the contract that Ueorgo T. Griffith, the
Phlladelphian who won the bot, ahould ac
company Llscomb In a carriage on his walk,
but he did not llao the Idoa of freezing in a
enocb tn this weather and wanted to call It
off. Mr. Llscomb saysi "Wo bcld a con
ference at noon yesterday and Grlfllln said
he would give me M0 and call It off. I ac
cepted bis offer." It Is getting expensive
for Q ninth, who, according to Llscomb, lost
nn Governor Hill's elocllon and forfeited
11.000 rather titan walk to Albany.
The rowbnys' Trip la Ilia V-pllaL
Dr. vta. Col. Feb. 3rt. The cowbiy band,
of DodgoCltjr. Kan., which will bo one of
the features at the inauguration of Presi
dent Harrison, arelvel in this city Hunday
and gave a concert at Tabor Opera Houso.
The bund, together with tho Cowboys'
Marching Club, numbering about 100, will
leave to-morrow by a wll train of Pull
mans over the ltoclc Island road for Wath
Ingt'in. They will be iwicotnpauied by near
ly a hundred others, who go to witness the
"Red Noun Mike" Mailt llaiif.
Wii.KxsH.tnKX. l'a.. Fen. 3WKi-d Nose
Mike." convicted of the murdor yf Paymas
ter MoCluro in Juoe last was sentenced to
death yostorday by Judge Klce. A mot on
for a now trial was argued, but it was over
ruled. On being tiken to the prison van the
condemned man wept bitterly and said good
bye to his counsel. i : ; ; ,
ftehools Closed nn Anonanl of Diphtheria.
Mamkx, Mitss., Feb. 8&-WIIII0 Whlttler
died of diphtheria Sunday, the third of the
family to die of the disease within a week.
The resldonoe of the family adjoins the yard
of the Center school. . Yesterday morning
the school was not opened and Its 000 pupils
Were notified that no more aeaslona would
be held until tho slrknoss had disappeared.
' ' gulolrted on Ills Wed.lln Day.
JfaW ,Oh).eans, Fob. SeV-J. C. Clarke,
aged fifty years, cashier of the Union Bxoaw
vattug Company, oommlttnd suicide yestor.
day morning by shooting. He waa to hsVs
been married last even log to a young lady
aged eighteen. A hasty examination of his
account shows a shortage of aevoral hun
A Powder Explosion Causes the
Death of Eleven Girls
Employed In a Squlh Factory at Ply-
month, Pa. The victims Burned
Tlia Uulldlng cauaht Fire and In a Few
MI"ut"S waa lteiluced to Ashes Name
of the Killed.
WiLKKsnAiutR, Pa., Fob. 28. Eleven girls,
varying in ago from thirteen to twenty-two
years, lo-t their lives In Powell's squib fac
tory at Plymouth yesterday afternoon.
Powder squibs aro manufactured at this
pla e for the uo of miners. Tbo squib is a
sort of fuse, which Is Inserted In the drilled
bolo in the coal. Girls are employed to make
these squlbi became- tholr labor Is cbouper
and they can do the work more autiofoctori
ly than men. Powell's squib are usid In
probably every mine In the United Mtutes
and Canada and sotno are exported to the
English colllerlos. When trade is good tho
factor employs about eighty girls. Late
ly, however, trade has been someivh.itslaok,
and last woelc part of the machinery broke
down aud tho superintend nt waa com
pelled to lay oft forty of tho girla.
Monday morning all bauds reportea tor
work, but the machinery was not yet In
order and all wero sent homo with the ex
ception of about seventeen, who wore re
tained to do soma odd job, when the
twelve o'cloc't whistle 'e'en, six of the girls
who lived near by went-1 thoir homes for
their midday m ul, tho remainder eleven
all told ato their dinner In thn factory.
After all had dined tVt girls adjourned to
an anto-rroiu containing a stove. Hore they
sat and chut' e l on various topic. Moggie
Lyneh said she had nn Invitation to a social
in the evening. Cbar.es Uualluy had asked
her to accompany hiiu und she said she
guessed xlio woiil I go. A I tho other girls
urgod her to dn si, saylu r she would have a
good lino. What pa svd b?tvvelu the girls
after thl is n t known. Titers the story
tops short. Alloo R !, w'.to curried din
ner for two of the worker, lort tor nor
home after .Uis Lynch had told of hor In
tention to go to the social.
A few minutes before one o'clock almost
starling-up time, John Thomas, who ro
sidos near t) factory, was sitting at a tablo
euting his dinner, when a violent explosion
sh wk the dishes from the table. At first ha
thought it wa an explosion in t e mines,
but on looking out of the window he saw
the roof of the factory shooting up In the
air. und when It full back aaln the si.les of
tho building wero tailing in. Then tire en
veloped the debris and In ten minutes' timo
thn structure was reduced to ashes. The
sieed of the flames was so rapid that it was
Impossible for any one to enter the wrecked
The miners from the Gaylord alone rushed
to the burning building and heroically at
tempted to pull away the burning timbers,
so that thoy might enter and possibly save
the lives of aome of the Imprisoned girls.
but the flames had gained too much head
way and the men wore absolutely powerless,
When the firemen arrived they found
that their bose was not long enough to
reach tho fire from the nearest water sup
ply, so that they also were unable to render
material aaslstance. Whoa the fire Anally
died out for want of material to teed, upon.
the bodies of the unfortunate gtrlt were dug
from the debris. Tholr bead, arms and
legs were gone; nothing remained but their
ch rred bodies, which were entirely unrec
ognizable, Miss Moggie Lynch' body being
recognized only by 1U large als .
Thousands of persons had gathered about
the wrecked but.ding and t e piteous cries
of the re.alWot of the dead girls wore heart
rending. All of the bone that could be
found wore placed in blanketa and taken to
undertaker Williams' establishment, where
the relatives gathered and vainly endeav
ored to reoognlze the charred romaini. The
following It acomp etc 1M of those who lost
Katie Jones. Maggie Lvnch, Hattle Jones,
Gladis Ruo, Mary Vvaltnra, Mawte Rich
sd, Mary Ana 1-aka, Ruth Powoll, Esther
Powell, slstor el tium; inanoiie iiurnpn
revs. June Ann Huuias.
Tit only pernon whe w is tn the bulldlnr
ut h time of the explosion who remains to
tell the st ry Is foreman Reoso, and he
fatally burned. . Ho soy he was standing
by a stove wben the nrst explosion was
heard.' He rushed to the door to notify the
girls when several explost ns occurred, and
ho next round himseti in me cottar, tie
managed to crawl out Into the open air. but
Is so terribl burned that bo can live but
short time. The cause of the explosion
not yet known. Mr. Powell says thora was
but a small quantity of powder la the build
Inc. a maraxine near by being nsed as
storage house. One theory is that a box of
squibs became bruited from spontaneous
combustion and exploded.
Oil Driller Horned to Death.
Poktlaxd. Ind., Feb. 26. The residence
of James Penn, three mill's woat. of this city,
burnod atan early hour yoslnrday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Penn and their seven children
encapcd from an upper window In their
night clothes. John Hlanchard and Wlllli
UcCunu, two oil drillers, who oocuuiod
room in the upper part of the house,, were
aroused, but the latter pirlshed In the
flame. Blanchunl was ' frightfully burned
before be escaped from the building, but be
may recover. McCune leaves a rainlly in
Lima, O. The Are originated from uing
erode petroleum for fuel. Los, 13,000; do
SO, OOO. OOO Mirer lllr In On Vault.
Wasrinotox. Fob. 3. Two million silver
dollars were received at the treasury yes
terday and stored In tho great vault, Blx
car were required to haul thorn from the
Philadelphia mint. T!il oonslg iraontHlled
the vault, making Hfl 0 u uoO now stored In iu
It was exp;ctej that the vault would hold
I11O.OOIMXM silver d il'ars. but owing to tn
size of tho boxes Iu which the dollar are
deposited. It was lound that be vault full
short ut Its supposed capaelty by 111,000,000,
Min i In a Kline factor.
NiwYokk, Feb. 36 -The bottomera, to
the number of forty, employed by K.
Burt tfc Co., shoe manufacturers, at Center
and Leonard streets, struck yesterday be
cause of a reduction in their wage, amount
ing to pearly forty-Bv per cent.
They Villi Illuminate.
- Prr rsmiHon, Feb. 2ft. Arrangement have
been made to stop President-elect Hard'
son's t ain for a few minutes this morning
at Jeannntte, near this elty, and to have all
the gas wells In the neighborhood lighted.
A similar spectacle was gotten up when
President and Mrs. Cleveland passed
through here two years ago. The sxhlbltlon
baa been arranged by the glass manufactur
ers of the ctty.
' Hotel Guests Narrowly Kseap Death.
Bnr'ALO, N. Y., Feb. U6. Morrison's
Hotal at Kust Buffalo wo destroyed bv Are
at three o'clock Monday morniug. Fifteen
people were asleep in the bouse when tae
Br oocu rred and were with difficulty got
ten out. They lost, all their effect. Tbs
tew U about 7,0U0. t
The i i-esldent-Elect Leaves In-
dlanapolla for Washington.
Grantl Ovation Tendered Him by
Citizens of the Indiana
Ills Farewell 8ireah Great Knttiuslaam
Jllanlleated by th I'eopla All Along tb
Ixdianapoi.is, Fob. 2fl. Shortly after nooc
yesterday crowds bogan to gather on th
streets through which Pro.ideut-olect Har
rison was to bo drivon to the Union Depot
A number of buildings were decorated In
honor of Indiana's distinguished son, and at
the New Denlsnn Hotel, where George H.
Thomas Tost awaited the General's arrival,
crowds of enthusiastic Republicans gathered
to oongratulnto each other and shout for the
new President as he passed down Pennsyl
The hand -ome toilet set, the gift of the
Chicago Traveling Men's Association, was
presented to thu i'ro.ldent-eloct during the
morning and greatly admired by tho mem
bers of bis family. No exception appears
to have been taken to the very olubnrate
flask which adorned tho con tor of the stand
upon which the different pi sees wore ar
ranged. Tho tine Ave year-old blooded
bays rocontly purchased for the use of Mr.
Harrison w :ro ?Won a 1 airiti f on the prin
cipal thoi'oulih.rcs in the morning and
wore mudi tdmlrod. Tbo animals will be
shipped tn Washington this Week. (Shortly
after two p n. Mr. Ha-ri.on left his home,
aocompatil d by Governor Uovoy and Mayor
On their way to tho depot the party met
Gonrgo II. Thomas Post, U. A. It, who es
corted General Harrison thn remaining dis
tance to tho station. The Kt:euts alon the
route were erov -deal with people who gave
vent, to tliulr cuthu-iasm by prolonged
cheer. Wlien the I're-d lent-elect reachod
tho station thero were thousands of people
surrounding the cars i f his t rain, and it waa
with coittld rnbb diflleulty that tho-e en
titled to admission totbeo rs reached them.
When ho a earcd on the back platform of
President Holierts' privnto car to address
the multitude there was tho greatest en
thiiNiasin. He sp'Vtc as tollovr: "My good friends and
neiirb.-rt -I cuu noi trust my.eir 10 pot in
worue tu t I feel a tb s time Bvery kind
th ugnt tout Is In o r ml ni una ever, uooa
wis-i tbat I- In yon lienrt for tre. finds iu re
inonslve mitli uud thought. In try n Ind and
b art for 1 och of you. line ltd cly;lttaua
bee 1 own ctiir bed home. TaIco bnfure lb m
le i It to dlio 1 r.-(i- p ibllo du m. and n turned
toi w h il'idn s, as I bope tviUo agiln Ins
aciiyoa 'h s. siiwlKtlie ponpoa.Uitplavsol
weal.b aie Dot sovn It is f 11 ol i-i -mont
homes, sud in tnose one. lh-:rft Is a nasaul
tto e ot rbntentmrnt. Tbemt-tn rnf you. faces
sn klndnci ul I bids wua me. ana my -iron
d sire to bo. U yucr r siieei und e nttiie tee will
suengil on mc iu tue at-CVTip) of my new and
re-p nslnlc d 'l Li t vr.e my 'arcwell to II
n y iniliaim I I n i For tue pu' 11; t-oi ore that
lisveeome ouie.1 nn th lr (tr .n fill uehtor
They hsvo Diud.i the debt su laigu that I can
never at-enarie it. more is aruat u e ui
. neilns In ineiUM-b'irgeof bU-b puMIe duties.
The mi mo il of deel-lon Is one i f uolatlnn. l.ut
ties is tme who.e i.uln oomes ete , Into t
qulnchamborcf juitgmeut und to His altdoa
ana nfaliln. kiiiiIhuix 1 wll lk fordirat-iloa
and stii t. My fairliv unite sviih me in grate
ful th.innn for thl cordial gon.iye und wltb ma
wl D tbat these ea or sniiarat nn may oe lau
ot peace und hui pi .e s for each of sou 1
The Kpeccli wu atuiuiivt'iy iistenea to,
and upon Its coucludon the cMwd guve
three limes three cheer. At 8:18 the train
started, amid the wildest enthusiasm. The
scene at this time was one tnequalnd In the
history of Indiunapolui.
As the trnin whixkod through Irvington,
Cumberland, Philadelphia, Urecnfleld and
Charlottesville It waa cheered by tue
crowds Unit bad assembled at the reapcc.tve
stations. At Ktii -btstown a atop of Are
minutca waa made. The President-elect
addressed the uathorlng as follows: 'My
Friends: I thank you for thla cordial greet
ing and demonstration. 1 can detain the
truin but a moment, and I only stopped at
the reo ueal of tbo suiierinteudeht i f the
Soldiers' Orphans' Homo so tbat the
chlldreu might have an opportunity to see
me. and that I might wish thorn the bright
and prosperous future wliL-h tholr fa. hen
won for them."
AtDunreilh, IswIsville, Straw n. Dublin,
Cambridge City, East Germ into . i n and
Centervllle, there were doinonslralions by
tbe people who hail gathered to s e the train
puss. At Cambridge City one gun was
fired. When Richmond wits renchoi the
excitement and hurrah of tho assembled
multitude became deafening.
At I'lqua, O., there was a brief stop. Cries
were made for the l'reai Jent-clect hy a large
crowd of people wbo had gathered ai the
station. General Harrison wa it out on the
rear platform of h'icar and was about to
address the assemtilage when the boil rung
and tho train started. While this was gnitii;
on Governor and Mrs. Fvrak.'.r were push,
lug through tho crowd and llnally succeeded
In boarding tbe cur May wood" and hastily
made tbulr way through tbut car, which Is
occjple I by guests f Gonerul Harrison, to
tbe President-elect's private cur, where
they were cordially greete4 by General and
Mi. Harrison. Jorenns, Kletcher, conover.
HL Pari and Westrillo were passed with
out incident except cheers.
CoixMitrs, 0 Feb. at Urbsna, Hagnn-
buugbs. WoedsUck, Milford Center, Unlon-
villo. Plain City, Brons..us Hilllarda,
Mound and Kolot were lawsed while the
members of the party were dining. At Mil
ford t enter some little display of Are-works
occurred, whllo at several other point there
were demonstrations of various kinds, such
as hug bonfires, lon-hes, etc. Tbe special
arrived hers at 8:1a. Members of bolb
bnuiuhes of the LeirfslAturo. local itnpublio-
an club headed by baads of music, and
twenty thousand Columbus citlsnns mot
it. As th train psjliod across high street
the national salute am fired, and the cheer
that went up from tb uaand of throat was
simply tinalenlng. I no lauius were well
represented In the crowd and were lust
as anxious to see General Harrison as the
men. Daring the rush for the train several
ladles fainted and ware well-nigh suffocated.
Tbe train was uncoupled so as to allow a
manv as uns lb e to gather about President
Roberts' private car, and o great was th
enthuxiasm that the reur railing was
wrenched fr ni lis iup0' ts. Got ernor For.
aker Hpisiured on the rtiar platform and was
loudly cheered, rreetiieni-eieci Harrison
rame out Immediately and waa Introduced
by tlte overaor. Thn applause waa lerrifln,
and after unlet und Ihain restored General
Harrison mule a short address. The train
pulled nut at S:'2Th Governor and Mrs. For
aker will attend tbe party as far aa the
Dennimpn, O , Feb. 2ft When the train
reached Newark there waa a large crowd at
the slat on prepared to give Mr. Harrison a
rousing rec pilon. Fifteen locomotive be
gan series of shrli) whistling which made
llfo hide us for ...e moment. The train
passed by the depot without stopping, much
to the disappointment of the assembled mul
titude. Tho run Irom Newark to DennUoa
was without Incident.
The followlug named newsiaier oorr
londents accouipiiiy thn special tra a, oc
cupying the baiulsomo Pullman car "I
lanlhe:" HenrvOv a t New York Tillies'. W.
L. MePhorson, New York Tribune; K. IK
Chamberlain, sew York nun; Jonn It-
Mum ford. New York World; H. H. Hmllh.
Cincinnati Couimercial-Gasette: John
McCarthv. Cineluuatl Knaulrer: G. C. Hilt
Indianapolis Journal; A. J. Ha ford and
Charles HeIgos, Asaocluted Press; P.. V
DegraW, United Press.
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Oar TILE l ACE OF
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the civilized globe and while
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Is ageut for tbe celebrated
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better than the old way. . ,
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Whtrm; From day to day
vast numbers are being
ttl ken down with the fell
di-MUM! Rheumatism, which
M't-ni to be greatly on the
A ad uixrnsJ.The nation has
within a short time been
called upon to mourn tbe
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public men, such as Vice- Pres
ident Hendricks, Gen. John
A. Logan, becy Uanlel 1'. ,
f cut In the wrlrt hr i broken bottle, from
wti.rh I flulktrtd cxtrrmu pain. I culled dcx-tur,
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. tit- lctinM pnlclt h if und nrm bn6tf wfthrml,
mvJ iv joints went ftlitl thai lhi-r wiia bat hltlv
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t.tt.iiir Jli'rftmTt Rhi-UfiHiUc 8vnm iih marvelmii
r Sin then I hiv Irft off ine um ol cmt he
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my idef tuur Hheumilic furu f
C. D. 0n.o(
Dentet la Gcaeral (rrorjrio,
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LJ-- " ' -
has the best Standard and
arc known in every part of
other instruments are sold
and manv other.
Sm ttrrory I do by vir
tue of the knowledge po
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matic Syrup to be a remtJv
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And fwlktr, Tbat this mej
Iclne be adopted as a national
remedy by alt.
Signed bjr the President.
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