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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY; MARCH 27 1889-
4 . B .S WITH , f roprlator ,
General News Summary.
Interesting; Home and Foreign News.
! Ai'Jutunt (iuuoral i. u. Drum will be
pluct u on the retire d liit May S3, ho reach
ing the two of lxty-four years od that dy.
There are ovur one hundred aipllcauts for
r The President has commuted to Impris n
ment for life the death sentence Imposed on
A bfirt Green, colored, convicted of murder
intlmUis rot of Colunibla. This is Jrel
dont lturrisou's llrst exercise of eiecntive
i Chiirlcs M. Hf-ndloy, who has been for
nvmy van oftlclul sti nnitrupher at the
;Whitu H mso bus been appointed private
eciwar.y to the Secretary of the Treasury,
A recent decision of thaT-eu ury Depart
ment it to the effect ttnit Importations of
broken w. ol tops are dotluble at sixty cents
per pound as "tops" and not at ten rents
pound as "ivuste." It is suspected that the
tops are broken to resemble wait In order
to evade the hljrher rate of duty Imposed
' On the Ktd the Tronsury surplus amounted
to t:O,2(M,U0O, havinit Increased 13,000,000
in ten duys.
tieneral Adann Badeuu, whose controversy
with the family of l.e-.eml U. S. (irunt over
the authorship of the Urant memoln at
tracted so much nttniitton lost year. Is In
Washington opsonin? the ronrlrmatloo o'
the nom nutlon ot Uolonnl Fred Grant to be
Minister to Austria.
Becretiir.v of tho Nuvy Tracy, la the case
Of aillscharfreri clerk who made an applies
tlon fur reinstuleiiient upon the ground of
poss, sni!ijr .1 (inod soldier's record, h is de
elded that wnile a soldier record Is a good
reoominoiula' ln for appointment to and re
tentluu In ofllce, yet the question tf efti
eie cv mut be parnmntiot to all thcrs. In
thi i ase the cleric uu- diacha Red for IdpIB
cter.cy, and the necivtaiy leiukes to rein
tltte III in.
A :avoi ahle report on the gunboat York
town tis uoi'n made by the board of which
Commodore Kilshuirli is president
the nomination or tMilti-aw Reed as
Minister t;i France iva- conrirmed by the
Berate on the aid after considerable debate.
The Fcwi-tary of tlio Treasury has In
formed oihcnrs of the customs and other
that art ic en r Minced in the United States
and ?cnt to the I'.irls Kxhibltion of 1SS9 for
xuitiinon, will beadmiiied free of duly on
ineir return to this country.
The p oiiosal of N. K. Palmar & Co.. of
the Qutulmd iron workv to construct for
STAUOO tho machinery and boilers of the
new armored cruiser Maine, bas beea re
feri-ed by tSecrvUry Triicy to a board of n
(tineer officers of the Navy for thorsuja
lamination before muklnc tbe award.
James H. Windham, of Philadelphia, was
n thaS&f appointed Kuporvisins; Architect
ot the Treasury, vice Will A. Fraeret re
alsned by requet.
The Jury In Ivu. imei' Major's trial, the
third and lust of ho Lehigh Valley railroad
' employes Indicted for bating caused the
Hud Run (Pa.) disaster, on to. 21 it ren
deied a verdict of not g lit y.
.. Robert Hlfrel, son of Ueoeral Frant BlgeU
woo plt-aded RUilty to' forging pension
onecks, was on the mst sentenced In the
United Bia'es Court at New York, to six
yeaia Imprisonment in the Erie County
The feather workors' strike at New York
City has ended In complete failure. Miss
Ida Van I'll en secretary of tbe Working
Women's Association, has sent a letter to
tbelsldur Coliufleld Company acknowledg
ing that the fir Is were defeated and de
claring the strike off.
A f ifilftil explosion of dynamite oc
ouried on the lsi in the tnlxlo ; rooms at
the wnrltsof tho United States Dynamite
Company, nrur I.akewood, N, J. Thomas
Hatrittrty and Wil lain Nicholas, the only
occui ants of the room, were killed. Nicho
las was blown to alums and Haggerty died
in less tha i an hour. The sho k was per
ccptireln all the to-vi and villages within
fl.'tecn or twenty ;i lie.
Tlio Cniiiiectieut l.oirislature has passed
bl'l prnhibiilna tlie sHIIiigor giving tobacco
In any fumi to persoiA under sixteen years
of auo. The bill also prohibits aucb minors
trom uiing tobacco lu cigarettes, or In any
It hw- Ixf n ascertnin -d that the shortajje
in th an o;mta of llnfcort raven, secretary
and t renin r of tho Phil ulelphla, Wii
t min't n & ;..1:jii.i'-o Jiul.rual Company,
w II umo lit to ub iit'fi.OiO. It Is ssld he
wil iralie good the Vs'tothe surety com
psny uud thusescupo pro -cent Ion.
The bu'ln- s-failures occurring through
out the country d'iring the week eudlnu.
March 'J2 nii'iibcr f r the United Btatea
M0 and f t Cinarla St; or a t ital of !M9. as
nnipanil with a total of 2H1 the previous
week, i n 1 2i!l for corresponding week ol
On the 2?d a general suspension of work
t the Pennsylvania Coal Company mines
was ordered. Fifteen large collier es have
anspendel oporut oni, throwing 1,U0 per
sons out of work. '
The llab 'ttles of W. M. Browne Sc Co.,
wool dealers of Boston. e,r lS,tS4, of
which t-'AAli are secured. The assets for
jnsecur d creditors are 11.446. The credhv
ers bare decided on settlement through in
. nelvetvy pmoeedlnga.
The rweiviw ahlp rranklln, which was
sect to Vorktowo at the oenUonlal colebi-s
Ueo to msi, will be sent to tho centennial
oo ebrxtlon in New York. Together with
t Mine 'sota, now in New York, she is to
ropreseut the old navy in strlkh g contrast
to 'he new steel cruisers Uojton and Chi
cao. - Mrs. J sry Hohn, of EllicottvUla, N. Y.,
who has been on trial for murder in tho
oeond degree, was acquitted on the SKd.
Pbe was charged with having killed ber
bwsband with a boot jack last winter,
la the trial at Brooklyn, N. Y of Moses
.BWsson for the murder of H. W. Adams,
. who h II or was thrown from a stable door
and killed during the recent street railroad
strike In that city, the jury on tbe 22d re
ported a failure to agree and were dls-
, oba. ged.
Ml-s Hassle Rockefeller, eldest daughter
of John Kocke feller, president of the
Btaixiard Oil Comp iny, was married at the
fsssllv resldem in New York ( itr. on the
to Charles A Htrong of Rochester.
John Harsdeld, who was recently placed
i o tril at Dover. N. H., for wire murder
ad who pleaded guilty to manslaughter,
wae on the tii sentenced to five years In
Btato prison with hard labor and payment
Ot cants. .
A treat Dover, N. ft, oa the 23d de
otroyed tho city ball building and opora
fSoeso and damased two ehurcbes near bv.
Otuniag a loss of 178,000. Several firemen
wore aerloos'y injured.
Dr. Tbomaa Fltcb Parley, noted en
leasologist, died at bis bono in Portland,
Vs., o tho 22d, aged aeventy-two years.
Dariaf tbe war ho wae Medical Inspector
tynoraj of the Army of the Tennessee, -
The employes In tho machine shops of
tbe Pennsylvania Railroad Company at AU
toona Pa., weVe notified on tho V3d that
hereafter nine nours will be considered a
day's work, with a half holiday on Satur
days. This affects about 4,000 m n.
At .Worcester, Muss., on the 34th Albert
Llndstrom shot Lm.ly Bchlnkle mortally
Injuring ber, and then put a bulet Into his
own body, cuusing Instant death. Tbe
woman hai relused to marry him.
The Democruis of Biooklyn, N. Y., have
determined toercct in thatcity a building
similar to Tammany hull of New York.
They will expend .V(,KMi lor u site and $100,
(100 for 'he building. The -utiol trj.000 bas
already been secured.
Tbe Bollard Art Publishing Company, of
Worcester, Jla.. organved iwo .years ago
wilh a cash cs Hal of (150.0'. 0 and i'ii.000 in
designs, ha- failed. Thefailu'S xutl. 'OLted
to Dullard's poor business manuittUKnt.
The location oT in- Wiiliaiuoii frees boot
of mechanical Ira lei w';.u lua lule lull-HouhIi-c,
JL V. Williamson endowed with
n 500,00 ), whs formally selected ou the Hd.
The ir.at comprises 1'iti seres near Media,
Delaware I'ouniy, i s., ab ut fourteen miles
from Phila ie'plna
Burglais cracked tho sufo of Oscar
Schmidt, a N w Ynlt l ity p loUshor, a few
nlxhts ao a m e.oiel l .o-iin bank ootes
and go:d Ti:e iouo.-ry w.u the wonc of ex
The Krea:n sleamer Campanile wnich
sailed from New York tor Harv.ion ine
took ovei Ii0,i,"l wcth ol Da'.ntlugs, tbe
lonlrib'jltons of n-IJeot srVi's 10 tns
American art exhibit at tbs (.om'nc Psns
loternalirnal exhibit.'cn. Include! in tka
coileiitioo was .M .neaaiy's masie-piece.
"Cb: iit Reloro lJi a'e.'1 which Pcs'.master
General Wsnamaxsr ns .o'in:a to'.oscx
On the .Nth lo jr tamsh:ps landed 1,930
Immigrants at t'it;e taidrn.
As an outcome ot iu; diff.treni'e between
Harris 4 Hons and th: baiters' Protective
Union, at Mai blehead. Matt., the firm bas
begun packi .g Its mtuhioeey prepaia'.orv to
moving tlieirea'irebusinjvilom the toira
The hrm has employed IV) bauds.
Another ln-endnry d e occur.-ai on .no
34th in the vnr1 of the Heading (Pa.) Lum
ber Company, destroying I5H) worth of
lumber. There haee t.en lour p'evlo j at
tempts lo burn the pmpertv and lbs total
loss to Ibe owners It $400 YiQ.
Arrsngrmen'.s haee beo completed lor
the coovruc'ion of a ns rai roid between
Pittsburgh and Wheeling Tna new line
will be a conipetitorof tht Bal'.iano'e Oblo
and wil; be known a- th Pi'.'.sb.rgb. Canons
burg Sl Wheeling ra.'raud
An'iuiberof the principal garch log dene
of PPlsbjriih were raided by t'-o P')!ics oa
the nlht of tbe Fort v persons were
arreted snd over W0 wort h ot tins tables
sud furniture, rrjl-ttiand faro tables snd
their outfit wero captured There were two
large baskols full of pokor chits
The ske ctoii of a humun being was fotind
4 fuw d iv a.'o lo a cato On thi western
s do of Beat's niouniam neur Cunibe-laod
Md An ir.vctli;a'ioii proved it to be tfct
remains of John Hcdel. aPittiourgh inrsn-
or. wuo dlsupiieared from that oily severs!
years ago in a lit of despondency and Is sup
posed to have suicided.
Eighty thousand pounds of bones formed
pan of tbocaigoof the steamer Wiaia'.e.
from Alexandria. Kgvpt, wloch at rived at
New Yora a fit days uro. These bones are
to be used In this country as fee.:. lie.
Thoyuero gulLeied fiom the deerls ef
Ecypt, and aro principally tbo bene of
camels and hones though there aro Kaay
human boces aniot.g them.
'the exports of specie from tbe port of
New York for the week , ended March 33
smoiinted to tl.'JtH.Wrj, and the Imports to
The week'y statement of tho New York
associated banks, Issued on tho show
the following changes? Reserves decrease.
iiii.viu; loans increaso. fJ.400: specie
jocrease, 11,196,800: legal tenders increase.
HS,:QJ; deKtts tncro.se, fl.18J.S0t; clr
Mlatlnn docrease, t8,(KW. Tho banks held
5 6W,t25 in excess of tho twenl-Bve par
sans. rule. '
WEST AND SOUTH.
The cattle sanitary board of New Mexico
report that since the enactment of the ouar-
antlne law In against diseased cattle no
eaaa of bovine disease and particularly
Texas fever have appeared am ng the herds.
Cattle are every wh-re healthy.
Father J. B. Workamp, founder and head
t HL Francis convent at Cross vlllsv'e,
Mich., died on the 'JOih. Father Wcrkamp
went to Cross village in l&oft and has done a
great work In educating and caring for In-
Charles O. Minnick, died at Lln olo.
Kan., on the 20th. In bia nlnety-tlrst year.
Ha was one of the "Old Defenders" who
took part in the battle of Baltimore In 1814,
Of which toere Is now only one survivor.
Miss Pauline Fuller, tbe fifth daughter of
Chief Justice Fuller, was married at Mil
waukee, Wis,, oo tlio 20th. Tbe groom was
Matt Aubrey, Jr., or Chicago. Tbo cere
mony was performed by justice of tbo
peace. It Was a runaway match and has
oaused considerable gossip.
Tlio Democratic State Convention of Ar
kansas bas nominated ex-Oovernor Hughes,
tion. A. K. Hemingway and M. H. Kaudels
for Associate Justices of tbe Supreme Court
An east-bound paasenger train on tbo At
lantic A Paclflo railroad was robbed near
Canon Diablo oa tbe tOth by four masked
men, The Wells Fargo express ear was
rifled. Tho passengers were not molested.
B mum's Hotel at Bait more. Md.. known
to travelers all over the world, will bo closed
on April 1 It was established In 1826 and la
IU day ha entertained notable from all
pert of the globe. Tbo grandchildren of
the original proprietor now own tho prop
arty.,) . i . -i i i. -, i
Judgment for 1265.27a was rendered in
Chicago on the 21st In favor of Jesse Spald
ing, ex-collector of the port, and against
James A. and Samuel O. Hair. This la tbo
old litigation (rowing out of lumber trans
actlons. George R. Carlton, book-keeper for Smith
Bros. A Co., of Seattle, W. T., disappeared
tew aaya ago. ' An examination of tho
books proves him to be an ombcnler to tho
amount of f-Uooo. ,
The new poatmastor at Indianapolis. Ind..
who was nominated less than a week ago.
baa received nearly 1,M0 applications for
positions. An average of 200 petitions day
have been filed.
At Virginia City, Nov.. on tho Kd Joelah
and Elizabeth I ot'a wore sentenced to bo
banged for the murdor of Miles Faucett, at
Carlln, on January 1, msg. 1 h s Is tbe first
time the death aentenco ha been pro
nounced on a woman in Nevada. '
Tbe bill pond ng In the Michigan Legisla
ture to auihortze an increase of tho capital
stock of the recently organised salt trust of
Saginaw from M.00ii,000 to 110,000.000, was
defeated on the 22d bv a vote of 59 to 20.
Tho livery stable ot Gordon al Warner at
Newport, Neb., was destroyed by Are on tho
olgbt of the &!d. J. B. Uordon, ono of tho
proprietors, and eight horse perlsbod in
In tbo United States Court at Cblcaro en
tbo ild Judges Ureshsm and Jackson af
firmed tbe report of Mr. Bluford Wilson and
Captain A. J. Rick a special masters to
determine tbo statu of Wabash railroad
bondholder. Several million dollar were
At a mas mooting of negroes bold at
Raleigh, If. CI, on tho 986, tho North Car.
Una Emigration Association was organized,
I the proposed objeut of which is to oo ontt
I til tbo negroes in that Btato and Arkansas.
A call was Issued for a Btato convention to
be held at Raleigh, April 23. ,
Adam York., living near Peru, Ind., on
.Hie 2bd placed sever.il (ticks of dynamite In
the stove to dry. The stick exploded, kill
ing his wife and eldest daughter, and Injur
ing several others member of the family.
A Jefferson City (Mi.) dispatch says that
In the last of the Bald Knobbers appeal
cases, that of Dae Walker, fhe Supreme
Court has affirmed the ruling of the lower
rourt and the execution la sot for Friday,
Miiv 10. 1
The "barring trust" or pool which caused
so much oxel ement and opposition ou - be
part Of cotlou planter and otbeVa last year,
nod which expired by limitation last De
cember, has huen reorganizod at FU Louis
snd will be run or managed by. the same
parties as before, . .,
Prof George S. Morris, who has filled the
;hatr of mental and moral philosophy In the
Michigan University for many years, died
at Ann Arbor on the 23d, aged fitly-live
Thomas Fletcher, United States Marshal,
snd Jo-eph W House. IHstrltit Attorney for
tho Eastern district of Atkansas, h :.ve for
warded their resignations to President Uur
rison , . :
Placr gold is said to bare been discovered
In the bluffs on the Missouri rivor, opposite
rowosend M. T.
General R. P. Buck'snd's famous war
horse "Barney'1 died at F emoni, 0., on the
tfd. aed tnlrty-seven y art, Ths faithful
mimal was in many of the principal en
gagements of the Rebellion and Wat several
lime wounded. Ever since tbe war be has
been tenderly cared for and bas been a pet
of th survivors ot tne Ssventy-sccond
Natnr.il gas having been discovered in
the vie Initv of Atkin. Minn., a company bas
been formed todeveloptbe field with capi
tal stock of f I.OJJ.000. A large smount of
laud bas been secured.
' Tbe St Paul (Minn.) Meat and Provision
Company's establishment wat damaged by
fireou the 'J4th to ths extent ot tdOuuO; In
suraoce f UOiKI.
Walilmun Ar.np, extensive contractor
od builders of Uhpiming, Mich., have
assigned with liabilities variously estimated
at from (103.IM0 lo tiOO.OOO. Assets sot
fourteea oi I lis largest paper manufac
turers in England, have lormed a syndicate
for the purpose of rsising tbe prices on
paper. Tbey rcpretent a capital of $10,
Henry Hard: who I wanted In New
Yora for forget y wssarrested at Halifax,
N 8 , on lbs 4tii H had tl 000 In his
pockets. sr-J - as just na tbo point of sail
log for MVS' COO!
ount Fii. a bouvaloff, Russian AmOai-
lador to M-'irany is dead
Late Chinese advices state that the famine
which p'SvaKs In tbs province of bbsng
rung Is daily Incresncg Th number of
deaths ficm starvation I appalling and
manv persons tav committed scicids lo
es9sp death in a mors painful form
Th fishing ichoonsr Helen, of Prospect
Capam Deoci Ryan, was dashed lo pieces
en Jacob s Roek. near Halifax N 8., during
the gal a few days ago Th rsptain and
oven men bad a narrow escape from death.
Cho'.er n rag ng fiercely at Zamboaaga,
in the Philippe Islands. Five hundred
deaths havo been reported from tbe disease.
A French torpedo boat foundered off
Cherbourg In a burrtcaae. recently. Her
oaptala and fourteen of , hsfr-mrew- wsr
drowned. i . .
Oa tho 24th the north-bound passenger
train rrom tne my or Mexico on the Mexi
can Natioaal railway was wrecked atMul
vato. Max , and the engineer and fireman
were Instantly killed. It 1 believed that
tbe disaster was caused by train wreckers.
as s large pit of (tone was found oa tbo
Lata advioes from Sydney state that the
Australian wheat crop ha fallen abort of
tho estimated product for the aeasoo and
that the slocks are being firmly held, owing
to tbe probability of the imposition of a pro.
tectlve tariff by the colonial government at
BxexETisr TxaCT ha directed Cramp
Bros, to convey tho gunboat Yorktown to
tho League Island navy yard, where she
will bo accepted by tbe Government as soon
as th eleotrto lighting Is satisfactorily ar
ScsBLrr fever Is epidemic at Livingston
and other town In Gallatin County, Mont.
Up to date sixty deaths have been reported,
mostiv vouna children.
H. C Stivix, ex-collector ol Reynold
Coubty, Mo., has been arrested for embcx-
xlement and committed to jail. His shortage
la placed at 13 000,
On tbe Georgia Midland A Gulf railroad.
near Nebula, Oa., on the 2Stb, the engine
and tender of a passenger train plunged
down a forty-foot embankment T. O. Rod
field, the engineer, waa killed and fireman
Walter Mabone seriously Injured. None of
the cars left the track.
On tbe 25th Internal Revonuo Collector
Troup seized 11.000 pound of oleomar
garine at the factory of N. J. Nathan k Co.,
in new Haven, Lttnn. Tbo aolxur waa
mad by order of th Washington authori
ties and neither tbo collector nor tbe firm
nderstood the nature of tbo charge. '
Caxusli D. Graham, th hero of several
trip through th Niagara Whirlpool and
Devil' Rapids, la at work on a boat In which
he propose again to go through th tem
Tat President haa granted a pardon In
the eas of Frederick K. Bickell, eonvlotod
In Minneapolis, of abstracting funds of aNa
tlonal bank while acting as its messenger,
and sentenced luly 6, Ittttf, to five years' Im
prisonment At Newburg, Ark,, on the 2.1th th boiler
In Cooper' sawmill exploded, tearing th
building to plsoes and fatally injuring John
Bakensblp and John Griffin. Other were
A vtRi at Kenney, Dewltt County, 111., on
tho 25th dostroyed IIOO.OUO worth of prop
erty, inoludlng more than twenty store and
buainose houses. . , .
Thi municipal assembly of St Louis on
the 2Mb passed the ordnance approving th
contracts heretofore made for lighting tho
olty by electricity.
Ta third wook of the FaU River (Mass.)
Jtrlke opened on the 2Si.h without any
change In the situation. Annie Lancaster,
a weaver, was asaaultod by an unknown
striker and aerioualy hurt A mass meet
lug of 6.000 strikers resolved to continue tbo
AinonMcamtNT wore pootndon the 26th
at nil tbo collieries in the Plltston region,
Inoludlng those or the Pennsylvania Coal
Company, Lehigh Valley Coal Company and
the smaller companies and Individual oper
ators, notifying the men of a suspension ot
tlx weeks' duration. About 10,000 men and
boys an affected by the sustention.
A (hdrtaoi to the amount of (10,000 or
more haa beeu discovered to the accounts of
Martin R, Ooldswortuy, of Hancock, MlotL,
manager of tbe Standard Oil Company for
th Lake Superior region. Goldaworthy hag
fled to Canada.
Reeommonded by the highest Jnedlenl
and chemical authorities, who testify to
lis alwolute purity, wholeNoincncKS and
wonderful strength. Kvcry can gunran
t'd to do the work of any other unking
powder costing twice as much. Every
fv. guaranteed to give satlNfuctlon, or
purchu.se money refunded.
1 lb. Can. Or.i H Itk, lOe.i H V Se.
If your (tesler does not keep Crown, do not
lPt him persimdo yon to buy some other lm
elAlms to be just ua good, but ask him toobllga
you by gelling
D KTEB 8 CBOWN DAK1NO POWDER.
CalvaUou Oil & ft iK
News About Town.
It Isthe current report about t'twn thnt
Kemp's BuIbhiu for liie Mirmit anil luni.'-
is in uk in tr some remarkalile cures vitth
people who are troubled with ('.'HU'Iik
Sore Throat, Asthma, RmnchlilH ittul fori
sumption. Any ilrtittu'lst will plvn you m
trial bottle, Ire of cost It is g'ltnniiiteeil
to relieve anil cure The large buttles are
fifty cents and one dollar.
A Great Surpriue
Is in store for all who us Kemp's Bal
sain for the throat and lungs, the ureal
guaranteed remedy. Would you tielieve
that It is sold on its merits and that iinv
druggist is authorized by the proprietor of
this woudertul remedy to give you a sam
ple oottie rreer it never talis to cure acute
ot chronic coughs. All druggists sell
Kemp's Balsam, Large bottle 00 cents
Why emblttcrllle by dragging around
wltb lamebsck, diseased kidneys. drops!
cal swellings, female weakness, nervous
debility, heart disesse andrheumaticcom
plalnts, when Or. Fenoer's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so quickly cure ? Rev
A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder writes:
"It gave me almost Instant and entirely
permanenl relief." Superior to all known
medicines In these diseases. For sale by
Blmply pnriiving and cleansing the
blood It not sufficient. It need enriching
io,me nervour.sysiem neea toning un
til of which is accomplished by Dr. Feve
ner's blood and Liver Remedy and Kerll
Tonic. Use bis Conpb Honey In as
cough ;hlt Golden Relief in sll pains
nd stomach and bowel disorders; hip
Kidney and Backache Core In lame back,
dropsy and all kidney disorders; his Ocr
nan Eye-Salve in sore eyes, cracked skin
and piles; hit Capitol Bitter for appetite
and strength. For salo by druggists.
The Homeliest man In Wellington as
well at tbe handsomest, and others are In
vited to call on any druggist and get free
a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam Tor the
lungs and throat, a remedy that It telling
entirely upon Its merits and is guaranteed
to relieve and cure all Chronic and Acule
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consum
ption. Large bottles 60 centt and $1.
Allow a cough lo run until It gels beyond
the reach of medicine. They say, "Oh, It
will wear away," but In most cases it
wears tbem away. Could tbev be In
duced to try the successful inedlclue
colled Kemp't Balsam, which It told ou a
iiosltive guarantee to cure, they wotiln
immediately tee tho excellent effect aftei
taklug the first dose. Price 60c and ftl.00.
Trial size free. At nil druggist.
William Laird, a well known drug-
glxtof Springfield, Oregon, writes a
follow: "My stock ol Van Wert's
Cough Balsam ordered from you ashori
' Ime ago It 1 1 most exhausted and I am
pleased to nt the fact that It hat civ-
en universal satisfaction. I have never
had a tingle bottle returnei . Th
medicine It a boon to mankind." Trial
Ue free. E W, Adams the Leading
A Sensible Man
Would use Kemp't Balsam tor the
Throat and Lungt. It It curing more cases
of coughs, colds, asthma, broncbitls.croup,
and allthroat and lung troubles than any
other medicine. Tbe proprietor bat auth
orized any druggist to give you a sample
bottle free to convince you oi tbe merit nl
this great remedy. Large bottles 60c
Advertisings patent meiilolnsthe pe
culler way in which Kemp't Balsam, for
Coughs and Colds does, It It indeed wono
derlul. He authorlzet dtugglstt te
give those who call for It, a sample bottl-
froe, thai they may try it before burchns
Ing. The large bottles are 60 cents snd
one dollar. We certainly would advise a
trial. It may save you from consumption
Saved tih Value or a Fabu Sellers
Cough dyrup has attained a reputation al
inostequal to Hellers' Pills, snd more could
hardly tie said of any other medicine. The
syrup should be kept Id every family
where there are children, ana grownup
people find Its most valuable medicine
for conght, colds, hoarseness, and throat
and Inns diseases. Tho cllls aro uch a
standard remedy In some parts of ibecoun
try that a family never thinks of doing
without them. Bald an old gentleman in
Eastern Maryland, "Why I have raised my
family on Sellers' Pills, and I consider
them almost at essential to a family as
breed. In tbe last thirty years they bav
saved me enough, ia doctor bills, te pay
(or a farm. Cincinnati Times-Star.
We still hold the
in furnishing fresh first-class
By an experienced
hand, always on hand.
Prompt deliveries made
to the remotest part of
BOWLBY & HALL
Dr. O. H. MacFarland's
Great Medical Dis
covery. This Mi'd rlnf will enre Chronic snd Inflsmtnstory
litiFumsllain. Nrurslgk.lt'hnmlc MsJsrla, Hr.iM uils.
Hlrk Hcsdsclm snd li 4IMSS.S of the Llrsr Slid
Kidneys. Also will curs Cstsrrh, Scrotal. Halt
Itheuin, snd all diseases ttist sre caused from Impurs
blood. It Is ose of th best Blood snd Liver reme
dies known. It parsnes ths blood, create a b slihr
action or the llier and kid Deri. Henre. it trsdlratet
these diseases from tb system. Those snffeHni
with these dlsesses, trys boi of tblt arest mmllisl
dlseorerr, and be convinced of Its merits, Kverf
. r .11 1 u. w S miinkiiuh, or uiuar j re
funded, rirtrdsystrrstmcntlaeschbox. fries tl
per boi, or six boies for It, Be tars voa kst th
Soldoalr la WoUlnajtoa, sty Dr. J
Sboild snr one desire, ther can order direct froso
r. C. H MseFsrlsnd. Oherlln, O, This Is the eel,
brsted medtclse dsllrered lo Wis eliln of Welling.
uo last Keiirusry and heielofor only bsen sout by
tli Doctor MUberlla
ltlllWni,.hl.laMl . A nl .
rorarresttiiir fermanUUon, nabllnv one to hare
Hch.sparkllurcJderUieysar around. Ha beau on
tht markeS sis years, and indorsed by Uiuus
and who bars used It. It Utoroughly olarlaaa. a ad
Imparts no forehn taste. Put up ia boxes dron
ed for 82 and 60-ftall. psclcairea. reUllintrat Kand
80 eta. Sold hv dealers, or sent by mall on receipt
of price. INHAN BRO'i, Ptuajuourps, Akrsn, 0.
Bold by F. D. Felt.
Do Tan Osns Ireinr, at lloraa. .
Th y vlll dye vaTjrthinf. They are sold ttv
where. Price IOa. a pecks. They hannoequal
(or Strang b Hnahtness, Amount la Packages
orforP4iAiii'.rf Color, or noM.fa.lioff QnalitTe,
Tbafdon'ite nlr or smut: Ofinrs. Vorsaiebf
, W AdnmtaltoF.D.Falt '
Fresli Boasted Coffee
THE BEST '
.aj-s.'.v " ." . ., f .
vsiToi.B,ana iraaemarss ootainca, and al '
rsmu i uusi ucnn conn uctro ior moneru te ees i
Our onit-c Is opposite (1.8. Patent Ofllce. W
navenosub-HiteiR'les.Hll bnnlnessdirecl. bene
tantransact patent business In less time and
st less cost than those remote from W ashing
Bend model, drHwIng, or photo- with descrlD
tlnn. We arivlse if iiMteMrahiM a I
olmrk-e. Our lee not due till patent Is sei-ured
A book. "How to Olitl n Patents." with rel
ereiiccs tn actual clients In your State, oountf
ortowu, sent free. Address . .
Opposite Pateat Ofllce. Washington. Ti n
Is the best place in the city
togetstrictlyNo.lMeatB, ' ,
oud Sausage Fresh
Meat always clean. Atteatlon alwsj
' Successor to
WHITNEY & ABBOTT. .
Carpentn Block. - Wellirttton, O
W i are oow tnaltiDa eaev termt and ex-
ceedlnjtl, low price; also show the finest
stoca oi fianot and Orirsns in tho Hlsta.
We are the Northern Ohio Agents for
Deoker Bro'a Pianos.
B. Dreher'a '.'.',
Kranich 4t Bach --
Worcester and Loring & Blake's
TAT27 Hroop. oo ftn - . .
Wrile for free catalnoe and information
347 Superior St., CLEVELAND, OHIO
Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated
A few doses taken at the riant time
will often save a severe spell of
sickness, frice only 23 cents at
any drug store. Be sure and see
that Dr. C. Mc LANE'S CELE
BRATED UVER PILLS, FLEM
ING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.. Is
on the box. Konoothor is Genuine.
Ua. IVORY POLI8H for th Tosth.
Fnvtntas Tua Baaatn. .
Hakes a Lovelv romnleTtj.fi .
rSfileiidid Tonie, snd euros Bolls, Pimp-y
BJs. bororats, M.rounsl and sll Blood,
Bold bt rsur Urustuu
'Sellari Medicine Co., Pittsburgh,!
Ulead Eosss Ktoei.
vm. Inportsri aad
and Pajutrii Cosci
Hoaaaa. We' otter i '
tstj lartestndof hersa
lo select from. ansra
tee our horses breeders
mass low ariose, sis
sell oa mrr Urate
Unrs eaUtotas free
addrees Sarsc. t Kit
sum. Detroit, Mica, .
Only fleaala swatasa .f Meaaarr TraJal.(
f .Mmnt Beaks Learsed I. raadia.
Mlael vrmaderlaa saresl.
vary cklia aad svdall .rasitlr fsnaattssl.
stnas innaoneoie to iqrrsapoaoenee missis.
PIANOS anil ORGANS
asaiwi?Vieltfsml Basouplst la aTnaVauM,
I'aalol t'tr'rt' Tajom Maw, the arsst Fi.hTi
oil., J. ALliaeklev, l.ll. editor of ths i'sW.fiws
limtujl. Y., hlrkard.rrvelnr, tbs SolMti.u
Tleaa. V. VV..or, Jodte Ulbaoa, JadaJi IT,
Benjajala, and others, seat post frs. bf
a'r.tVAOIbUl'TJi, St jVlAk. Av., K Tt