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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY MARCH 27; 1889.
' A Sound Logioal OP-1011'
r-E. BulnhrMKe Munduy. Esq.. County
Attorney. CI -v CJoun'.jr, Tx. yst
'Hive used Elwtrlr. Bittern with mot
hunpy result My lirether wh His.,
very l..w with malarial f.;ver ami Jiiun
dice, but was ou.e.i by time y '' of
"hit medicine. Am .aiUfled El.ctrlo
Biun ssved his We "
Mr. D. I. Wllonxson, of Horse Cnvc.
Ky ilda lli'le testimony, sayliiR:
Hepo lilvelv would live dlud, had it
not be-in lor Electric 11 t r.
ThU Kr-Ht remedy lll ward off, an
well aa euro, all maliirhil diseases, and
for m!1 Kidney, Mver and r'tninauli Di
orden stand iinequsl" I. Pi lue 60 ots
and $1 at Adams' drug store. 6
The Population of Wellington
Is about 8,000, and we wonld say at least
one balf are troubled with some nthctlun
of the tbroat and lun(!H,a those com
plttlnta are, cording to statisllcs, more
unflroiii (ban others. We would advlne
II our readers not to neglect th' 'oppor
tunity to call on their dniglnts and get a
lioitle ol Kemp's KhIbhui for the throat and
luoifa- Trial size Iree. Large bottles 00c
and $1. Sold by all druggists.
Bnrklen't Arnica Malre.
The best salve In the world for oats,
bru'ws, sores, ulcers, salt rheim, lever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly e.urus piles, or no pay required It Is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For Bale bv Wooaur fc Adams. tfvl
' Don't Experiment.
You cai not aflor.l to whsio time In
experimenting beu vour lungs are In
clanger. Oons. mptlon always neeuis.at
first, only a cold. Do not permit any
(le,lertolmfi"8iiOii yon win some
cheap Imitation of Dr. Kmg'a New
DUoovery for consumption, cooghsand
colds, but be Hure you get the genuine.
Because be can make more p nllt be
may tell you he lis something just aa
go-xl, or Just the same. Don't be (In
t'elced, but .l upon geinng Dr.
King' New Discovery, which l guar-
kn'eed to give renei in an nnu.i,
and chest attentions. Trial b .ttbs free
at Adams' drug store. Largo bullies
one dollar- 0
Detroit, Mich., March 8, '88.
W. H. IMI & Co
Gentlemen I had a very severe at
tack of rheumatism. After taking a
few doesof your Ar-tliro-phon l-a. ob
tained relief. Have taken one bottle
and am almost entirely cured.
M. 8 i'arpall.im, Bragg street.
Foriale at Felt's drug store.
Warren Underwood, a prominent
resident of it- village o Dexter, N. Y.
aays: "M wife and I contracted se.
vera colds fast tall which resulted In
terribly troublesome cehghs. We tried
everything we ronld think or hear of
but were unable to get reyei, Aiier
two months of sntlering we . ere in
duced to try VanWrnV Balsam. B, fore
the third bottle was gone onr Cougis
had entirely disappeared and we were
' it .uav ' 1 A.nnnt iir too HlUCh
lU. - - ' .
na won - - i ii
Inpraiteof this wonderful remedy.
Trial alxei free. E. W. Adams the
- English Spavin Llrlmentremovesall
Hard, Hoft, or Ca'loud Lumps and
Blemishes Irom horses Blood Spavin,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney Ring-bone,
Sifles. Sprains, all Swollen Throats,
Coughs, Etc. Save T50 by use of one
bonle. Warranted. Sold by W. E
Adams, Druggist. Wellington, 0.44 Jt
Bangor. Mich., March 21, '88.
To whom It may concern:
ThlsU to certify that I have suffered
ail winter wun secr
mutism, and was about to ask to be, re
lieved from my position, as I was not
able to work. After try log mai.y rem
edies and iretting no relief, I saw Hill'
Ar thro-phon-l-a advertised. I asked
n.ie riniirirli.tlo order soma lor mo. 1
edtaklntflt per dlrec'loiis
and received g'l result from It with.
I n nna WAelC. After taking three bot
ties I am h.ppy to say I am nearly
.,,,! alrhoueh I shall continue
,nt.lm Ar ihro-nhon-l h until I drive
.h.H,.r.Hie out of my system. I can
n.i.ln1 v rneommend It a the best rem
dv forrheuniallsm tliat I know of. and
ean not say too much Ii. nivorof It.
. M. Remington,
, Agent U.& W.M.B R
Bold by Fred. U. t en.
The Handsomest Lady
In Wellington remarked to a friend the
other day thai she knew Kemp's Balsam
for the Throat and Lungs was a supiilor
...m.H It atonned her cuusn instantly
when other cougb remedies bad no effect
whatever. So to prove mis anu connce
ynn of It merit, any druggist will give oo
a sample bottle free. Large size 60 cents
and one dollar.
Detroit. Mloh March 13. '88,
W.H. Hill Co.:
nnntlemeu Ihave for years been
sufferer from ehnmlo -rheumatism; at
' ti..... .A..rn. Durlnff a late at
tack I have experienced more relief
from taking one bottle of votir Ar-thro-Dhon-l-athan
from any remedy I have
hithartnnsed. Its action bat been very
oromot.and without an derangement
of the stomach or other organs. I am
.n m,..h nleaaad with its action that I
thai) continue Its use when 1 have the
. old trouble to combat again, aim recom
. menu is to "'J rB,,u" lu "v..-
8. S. Robinson, 11 Bralnard St
Sold by F.D.Felt.
Bhioht's Disrasb Ccued. Three years
agol was attacked with ktaney iroumo
&i,ih In tm months terminated id
Brlght's disease. My physician saU my
csu was Incurable. 1 trieo umreu
- friend persuaded me to try Dr. Burdlck's
- Jkianey unre. isemauu kv .. ,
hrnro ihHi wan ut I irnne i it'll a cuauk-
One bottle removed from my bodv and
'. llmha fifteen nounds of water, which had
been very badly swollen I used twelve
. bottles and was entirely cured, and never
IimI any return ol the disease slnce-I
would recommend this medicine to all
suffering with kidney or liver trouble, to
, which I ewe my lire.
' Respectfully yours, - .
' Elm kr Jacksok, Woodbnry, N. J.
73 cents and 1. F D Fell, ,451m
' ,Itch,Msnge, and Scratches on bnmsn
r animals curea tn wi minaies ny rrooi
lord's Hsnllsrv Lotion. This never tall
old by I,WAdami,DriK(lit,Wlllag
TheCourt-Martal to Try Major
Ly dooker Oonvenoa.
Charges Against Hon. Johu C. New,
Several rn(Uil"lc fur the Vacancy In the
luli r- 'late commerce omuimloii Cap
WasiiinotoS, Muroh 29. Tbo trial of
Mujor Garrett J. I.yJockor, of the Army
Engineer Corpt, bnxan yesterday morning
before a court-martial at the War Depart
ment. Th i ouurt is oomposed of Major Oen
eral Oeoi go Crook, president, and a dozen
or more army and engtnear officors. George
B. Davis Is Judge advocate. Major Lydecker
and all the momb-rsof the court worolnfull
uniform n 1 presented au Imposing opiiear
snce. The derondunt was represented by
ex-Uovermir Doutwell, of MuasachBetta,
and John F. Fwlft, or Detroit, Mt h.
The morning whs principally oct upled tn
reading tbo cliurge and spaclllcutlons and
a 'viirtl-einonts purtainlns; to the tunaoloon.
tract. There in mho charga, uamoly, neglect
of duty to tho pro) 'id. on 0f go d ordor and
mili ary diKclplliie in violation of t ie aixty
second article of war. The six specifications
charge Major Lydeckur with not giving
proper afentlon to the supervision of the
work of c n truutlng the Washington aque
duot t'mnel. thus eiuiMng a serious delay in
furniahing the rl'y with increased water
faotlitiea and great pecuniary lost to the
United B'a i s. Major LyAeckur p'o.uled not
guilty to tho charge and to each of tho sped
firatlous. The Beuato Committee on Commerco bold
a meeting yesterday morning to take testi
mony concerning John C. No'V, whose nomi
nation as Consul Oene :l at Lnn I m 1 now
pendiiu bef re the enmmit'oo. The charges
hare been Investigated heretofore In the In
diana courU Mr. New was charged with
using his position as president of the Indi
ana National Hunk for -tno't J' b'iing pur
poses and with di'fraiuiiug Ids brotunr of
JU,(i00 in t ie sett.t'iumit of til i ftithor's
estate. Kx-rcnht ir Jicllonnhl of Indiana,
who was counsel for Mr. Now in the case
forothe In llai a courts, will aniieir be
fore t'io committer this morning to di fond
Mr. -Now. The commlttw would liavo ag'ejd
to a unanimous reiort In favor of Mr. New
fter be. r'n the chnrgos. .vostcrday, but
Mr. McDonald put In a n-ij o t to be hoanl
and theromml t'Q therefore d-foned final
ae'Snn until to-day.
The Ms- iiuk i s ucie.raiion cauea on
the Fresi'tnnt yesterday to presont a peti
tion signed by Charles Francis Adams and
numerous Massachusetts business men ask.
Ing for tho app ointment of Kdward VV.
Kinsley, at presont one of the H'ate ral road
commiaslouers, to sueit-od Mr. Walker on
the Inter-Htate Co innorca Commission.
Charles Moves, ez-Spoaker of the Massa
chusetts House of Del s.-ats. is also a can
didate for this noslti m. The friends of (Jen
era! James Ii Wlla sav th it he has as
suranoeat.bat he will re-elve ths appoint
ment and that his nomination will be sent
to tho Henate to-day.
President Harrison denied himself to gen
era callers yosturdiy. Only Feeretaries
Blaine and Windem and Hemiior Hoar saw
him before noon. The usual Monday after
noon reception was osuttod on account of
the President's attendance at Justloe Mat
Reoretary Wlndom bas appointed Major
Fred . Brackett as a special agent of the
treasnry In order that he m ay familiarise
himself with the duties i f chief clerk be
fore being epnolutod to that position. Chief
Clerk Youmans will continue to serve until
Major BraokeK is apiwinted to succeed him.
Burnsd to bantb With Karosenr.
Bt. Btepiism, N. B., Ma-xh 86, Mrs. Mo-
Oreitor, wife of lie. . Dr. Mcnregor, a I p
tlst minister of Buff do. N. Y., was burned
to d ath at BU Lawrenco station Sunday
night. Mrs. McGregor came home last' fail
to snend the winter with her parents and,
being troubled with sciatica had tried
many remedies. Tho only one which gave
nor any relief was kerosene, and while ap
plying that remedy near an 0co fireplace
her clothing cangnt nro, every snrea ot
which was burned, InaTiLg tlio bdy In a
frightful condition. Uor slater, In attempt
ing to extinguish the flames was badly
burned. Mrs. McUrogor loaves a family of
Bts small children.
Securing; KTldnnra Afalnst ths Jiinlts.
Tokoxto. Ont.March W The Mall Print-
In Company baa srrn"gecl 'o send a com'
miasloner to France a m uernumi r tne
Drno'e of arrani n r with prom n nt states
men there to come to Montreal ana give
evidence in thel bil suit of the Jesuits
against t h Mail, touching fie op intlons of
the Jesuit society In those countries. A
distinguished Paris adv c te will also be
encaged to mist the Mall's counsel tn pre
paring the interroihtorles to be put at the
trial to the nsaas or inejeson oruer nere.
Osadaar Aecapts Taeroar's Challfnga.
BostoS. March 88. On Saturday la t
John Teemer issued a challenge offering to
row a series of races three, four and fire
miles against any oarsman in the world,
Uaudsur preferred, for tVWa sldeeaoh race.
Testerduy afternoon Mr. j. a. ml jonn,
backer of Oaudaur, telegraphed Teemer aa
folio wai "Onbonall of Uaudaor I accept
our ohallente. provided von make the dis
tances two, three and four miles, we to
came the first course, yon the second and
toss for choice sf third."
Preparing far Another Perllnas Trio.
Nuoiii Falls, N. T., March 86 Car
lisle D. Oraham, the hero of several trips
thraus-h ths Niagara Whirlpool and Devil's
Rantds is at work oi a boat tn which be
nro do sea again to go inrougn ins tempesiu
inprant. Bala now In eommun cation
with patent lawyers la Washington in rela
tion to getting a patent on his Invention. He
will not tell anything about It, only that
several persons ean ride In It, and be In
tends to take along wun mm a low news
MiKHiiPOUi, Minn., March S9. Owing
to police Interference, the tight between
Danny Neodham and Harry (iilmore, wbloii
was to have come off laat night in this city
for a purse of fAOu offered by the De 8. to
Club was postponed. It will pmbsblv take
pi .oe within ten miles of bert before Batur
' rhansod ISIa Mind.
WAsnwoTOx, March 28. Tho papers oonv
mntlnsf the sentence or Albert ureen, eon
vlcted of the murder of James Locos, from
dea bto Imprisonment for life, were re
ceived at the Jail yesterday, and It did not
take long to secure the prisoner's accept-
anna of the commutation, woen tne com
mntatlon of sentence was announced Green
aald that be preferre death te Imprison
ment for ufo. . . ,
. 'A Mooaollaa Bmboialar Ulsappoara,
Cmcioo. March . Ctfarlle Fow. the
trusted clerk of Hlng Kee, a Clark street
Chinese merchant, has disappeared, taking
with tlm all of bta employer's aavtnga,
anont 1,00& Charlie Is supposed to have
A Larger Numljor of Looms In Op
Than at Any Ttiiw 8Ince the Trouble
. Began, Two Weeks Ago. -
Clergymen of Pall River Dlscaaa the StU
nation, Hut Fall to Take Any Deeldad
Full Rivir, Ma.s., March 8(1. A much
larger number of looms wore running Mon
day morning" than at any time since the be
ginning of t e weavers' strike two weeks
ago. The Union reported beavy gains, the
Durfee reported more than atany time since
t lie si rlke started and. mo it of the other
mills undnub e Uy had a largely increa td
number of looms in motion. 'In all, nearly'
5.000 looms were cared for. Fnough woav
ers appearo I at the Flint mill to work 189
looms, bat the ugnnt refuse I to start up un
til enough weaver to caro for 250 looms ap
plied for work. About thirty -Ave of the
Pocaaset mill weavers went to tho mill In
the morning to work, but the threatening
aspect of a numb r of stragglers about me
place cau e I them to change their minds.
About 5.000 weavers attended the mass
meeting on the park and voted unanimously
to omtlnne the si like. The committee an
nounced that the r. ports from collectors
we e encouraging and that It expected to be
able to relieve a 1 cases of destitution.
At yesterday's wee ily mee lug of the Fall
Elver Ministerial Union. Rev. John Brown
offered resolutions expressing a hope that
the manufacturers would agree to submit
the whole diSlcu.ty to the Mate Board of
Arbitration so at to prevent present suffer
ing urn ng the poor and possible future out
bursts of violence. After discussion the
resolutions wero tabled by a vote of nine to
tbreo. Several nil listers said thov believed
labor did not receive its fair proportion ST
profits, but thoy did not think the present
controvory was one iu which the association
as a body should take sides. There was no
trouble at the Keac oiinet mill last night.
though q'lite a crowd gathered to see the
"knobsticks" go home.
IT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
gtlrh Is the Opinion lit the Court as to the
Kaoitnt Special Legislation of ths Indiana
iMDuxiroLts, March 28. The Superior
Court room was donsely packed yesterday '
with anxious 11 tenors to the opinions
handed down on tho subject of the constitu
tionality of the police and publio works bill
sjassed by the Legislature and intended to
ace certain departments of the city under
yards selected by the Genoral Assembly.
Much to the disappointment of the Demo
crats, tho two Republican Judges. Howe and
Walker, submitted an opinion arnlnst the
constitutionality of the law, while Judge
Naylor, Democrat, ruled In favor of the new
Judge Howe, who wrote the majority
opinion, bases his einclnslons entirely upon
the fact that the legislation is spec ial, and
did ire that "If the Legislature has power
to pass such sets as these it may also pai
similar acta apnlylnc to all the cities In the
Bute, and If this mny be done It may ab- l!sh
the board of commissioners of Marion
County and of all other counties In tbeBtate
and create boards with power to oontrol all
publio buildings, route and bridges and ex
cruise all the functions now exercised by
such board of oommU doners." An appeal
to the Supreme Court was asked and
granted. . . ; ,
- - On Trial for KlUlnsr Her Husband. .
Of astoooc Va. March 38 The trial of
Mrs. Virginia Taylor began yesterday In
the AcoomacCionty court, on the charge
of killing bar husband last December by
giilng him strychnine. It promise, to be
one of the most lot (resting and remarkable
trials ever had on the eastern shore. The
most of the day was occupied In selecting a
Jury. The prosecution proposes to prove
that Mrs. layior was too intimate wun
James Dix one of the farm hands; that
Mrs. Taylor said on one oocaslon when her
husband went fishing that she would not
care If her husband wasdrowned; that dur
ing his a' S"nce on the Ashing excursion she
went tn Tomp ntncevll e and bought a b it
tie ot strychnine, and that she had also vis
ited an old colored woman reputed to be a
fortune teller and applied for somotblng to
rid her of a man.
Sold for ess 0,000.
Ohicaoo, March 28 The lot and building
of ths Chicago Times have been purchased
by James blodgett. of Mlnnnaiols. the
consideration being fNO 000. Immediately
after the negotiations were concluded the
Times company effected a loasa from Mr.
Blodgett of the prop Tty for a period of ton
year at an annual rental of six per cent., or
Rig Lot of Oleomargarine Seised.
Nsw Havsk, Conn.. March 26. Internal'
Revenue Collector Troupe yesterday selsxl
11,00) pounds of oleomargarine at the fao
tnrvof N. J. Naihan Co., of this city.
The seisure was made by order ot the Wash
Ington aninoritles and neither the collector
nor the Arm understood the nature of the
Stabbed His Antagonists.
Bsviklt, W. Va, March 28 -At Lead
vllie. this county, Bun lay night, Bornard
Hankie and M. Woolwine became Inoolved
in a quarrel with a man named Cunning
ham. The Utter stabbed both his oppo
nent. Woolwine was dangerously wounded.
lee la tho B train la Moving.
CnieoTOAS, Mich.. March 85. The8traile
opened up above here during a blgb west
erly wind BsUrday night and boats can new
get through by taking the north pa a uje on
entering Lake Huron bound up. This is aa
opening six weeks earlier than last year.
Will be Uglitee by Electricity.
Bt. Lome. March 26. The Municipal As
sembly la -t night passed the ordinance pro
viding for lighting tne city oyeieotnouy on
and after January 1, 189H. The bill bad pre-
Vloudy passed the eoonoll and now only
awajta tbe si mature of ths mayor.
Assistant Pastor of Plymouth Charon.
Bbooklyx IT. Y., Meroh 81. Howard N.
Bliss, a graduate of the Uuloo Tbeo'nglcel
Seminary, bat been ehosen as assistant pas
tor of Plymouth Uburon. us la twenty-
eight years old and is at present completing
aoourae of stnJy in uerm .ny.
Pries of Anthracite Coal Rrdueed.
Psiuoii.rHiA, March 28. The Pennsylva
nia and Heading railroad oomi antes made a
reduction yesterday en anthracite eoal to all
Bouthern points, Tbe ohanges In price vary
from twenty-five to forty cents per ton on
different grades. .
" Pelle for IBO.OOO.
IsnriMiKO, Mich., March 88. The build
ing firm of Wahl man A larlp, ibe largest tn
Northern Michigan, has made an assign
ment, Liabilities about I1W.U0J; assets sot
anowa, out targe,
M ant an onoe. .
WiSKiKoro; March lift-sEx-Congressmao.
Truman A. Msrrtman. of Nsw T rk la aa
applicant for the position of bemoorauo
mojpbsf of the Civil Berrtos Commission.
An InvesUratloa ato ths Afflilrs of the
Beading Iron Works Shows That Largo
Sana Hare II era Wasted la Big Salaries
Keeelver to bo Appointed.
PBiLADKLrniA, March 83. The Reading
Iron Works failure Is one of the worst
which bas occurred in the iron trade for
yean, and ho concern Is now In adeoldedly
reriloiis condition. Among irou men tbe
oplulon prevails that unless prompt action
Is taken ths creditors will get little or noth
ing. Tho plan of reorganisation prepared
by dlieutor tieorge F. Baer is said to be Im-
pi autlcuble and it is not likely that the cred
itor will adopt It. Most of the creditors are
opposed to a reorganisation, and the only
way to get any money out of the concern is
to appoint a receiver. It Is bolieved that
this course will bJ adopted.
The oono rn has b en very extravagantly
managed and vast sums of mnnny have been
wasted In tecent years. The salaries over
ti.ouo amount to nearly H0,0(iO a year.
Nearly all of this sum could have been
saved, and will be saved under an economical
receivership. E. W. Colt, the president of
the company, has been getting 1:0,000 avear
and Frank Uslstnn, tuu secretary, f 10 0 10.
Ihwe are a number ot other high solarlod
officers and ttls enormous obligation of
nearly 1100,000 a year bas helped to carry
the company down.
CANADIAN BANKS VICTIMIZED.
A Rhode Island Man Doea Up Two Mont
real Institutions to the Tune of S'40,000
How It Was Done.
i tuovioxsca, R. L, Murch 20. An Inter
esting que-tlon or who Is to pay is likely to
come npout ot the tranuc ions of Patrick
Fleming, of this city, who bas been en
r'ged In the hay business for two years
through the Banque du Peoplo and the Mer
chants bai.k, both Montreal Institutions.
Fleming's acceptances during this period
bad been discounted by these banks and
they trusted him liberally, but be failed to
meet the drafta which have matured with
in a week and the b ink officials Wave been
looking for him. The amount due the banks
la about 120,000. The method was for Flem
ing's partner in Canada to draw on bim at
t n or twenty days for the price of the bay
and tho two banks would discount the drafts.
Every thing wont smoothly until recently,
when Fleming's note went to protest and
now It spiwars be bas only 1125 on deposit.
He s iya he Is bankrupt to the amount of
frf) 001. He offered five oems on the dollar.
Tbe banks refused this and Fleming has left
town. The bank officials have learned that
the railroads have permitted Firming to
take the hay shipped to him without show
ing his bills of lading.
Northern Capitalists Invastlng Iilg Money
In tbe South.
Flobbkcs, Ala,, March 28. A controlling
Interest In the Tennessee Coal, Iron and
Railway Company hus been sold to Messrs.
AbramR. Hewitt Kdward Cooper, Mr. Mur
phy and others, of Now York. The Tennes
see CoaL Iron and Railroad Company Is the
largest and wealthiest corporation doing
business in the South, being a consolidation
of the Pratt Coal and Coke Company, Coal
bnrg Coal and Railroad Company and one
or two other important companies. They
own millions of acres of coal and Iron lands,
besides the famous Pratt and Coalburg
mines near Birmingham; also several Im
portant mineral railroads In Alabama and
Tennessee, besides lure blocks of the stock
of several of the principal furnaces In the
Pedestrians Injared br an Explosion.
Hxw Yona, March 28. Shortly before
noon yesterday a loud report startled tbe
crowds of passers-by at the Junction ot
Fifth avenue, Broadway and Twenty-third
street. A terrible explosion bad taken
place. A large portion of the sidewalk on
Twenty thirl street, juat off the junction
and on the side of tbe street next to the
Fifth Avenue Hotel, was blown big Into
the air. Showers of stones and fragments
Of flagging fell on the passers. At least six
persona were thrown down and mora or
less Injured, none seriously. Tbe windows
of ths stores on the corner under the Fifth
Avenue Hotel were shattered. There is a
huge bole lu the llewalk next the hotel on
Twenty-thli d street. It wis found thst tbe
explosloa was duo to an electric sub-way.
The International These Tourn uncnt.
New Yoax. March 28. The sixth interna
tional rhess tournament was borun yester
day In the ball or the Colon Kquare bank
building. The players number twonty and
represent flermanv, Russia, England. Pn
I nd rnd America, Each contestant will
play two garner with every other player.
Tbe ptixes are tt.000 to the winner, 1750 to
second man, MOO to third. .'; to fourth. S100
to fifth IWO to sixth and ttMO to seventh
The tournament will continue tep house
day for seven orelght weeks. The first gu me
was won by Taubennaus. mo rrenenman,
who defeated MoLeod. champion of Canada,
In seventy moves. Weiss boat Burrill la
thirty three moves. Blsrkburne beat Hana-
ban in twenty-six moves.
Two Kentarkr Outlaws Kltlsd.
Piss villi. Ky., March 28. The arrest of
General Sowdurs, of tho Yollnw creek rao
tlon. by the Turner fauiiou, last Thuodoy,
and the further art est nf Harvey Turner,
John Turner and John Taile, of the Tui ner
faction, and tbe trsn 'Donation of two ot
them to the Tatwell ( Hon.) tall, and the re
moval of Bowders to the Standford Jail, was
followed yesterday by tbe killing of vis
Turner by James Burrh and the kiilu of
Buroh by Jeff King. Tnsy met In the road
and Turner fired at Buroh, the ball striking"
bis gun. Burch then replied w'th bis Win
cheater, killing Turner. J. Elng then killed
Buroh.' With roor in Jail and two deed, the
ranks of the outlaws sre getting thin.
Ths S'-areh for Salamaa.
Nxwiat, N.J., March 26,-Mra. Mutter,
who was assaulted and nearly killed by the
farm bond, Ka sman, Is improving and there
la a ehanca for ber recovery. Two more
supposed Balsmans were arrested yesterd .y,
one in Pougbkeepaln and another In Ja
maica, N.Y. Thspolloe are deluged wile
reports from farmers throughout the State
who find resemblanoea to Balsman to every
passing tramp. He definite clue has yet
la a Fair Way to Reeoteiv
WoncssTXR, Mass., March 98. Fmlly
Bblngla the Swedish girl who was shot by
ber lover, Albert Llns onm, at bis boarding
bouse Sunday, la at tbe eltv hospital and In
a fair way to recover. The w mud Is In her
breast, bnt not at all as serious as was first
' rtis Female Hade-era Plosd Guilty,
Nsw York, March 84 The two women,
Elht Hammond and Addle Stanton, who
with two men tried to rob Phil Daly by the
badger gami last November, were arraigned
before Jidge Mrtiu yesterday afternoon,
Both pleaded guilty to grand larceny (n the
second tiegree and were remanded untU
. . ;...
nu, tur u "
') 1 ' Chins ge Hays a Catcher,
Boston, March 86. President Bod en was
offered lluO yesterday from tbe Chicago
elub for catcher r-otnnisra. After consul
log with director Billings a fsw momenta
President Bodea wired Walter Spalding
that they would accept tbe offer and would
telegraph Nick Young at onoe to release the
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Call on -
The Estcy Piano and Orsun
the civilized globe and while
claimim? to be
JUST AS GOOD
The hardened mortal has not
prepared to furnish a superior.
J. W. WILBUR,
la ageut for the celebrated
WOULD TYPE WRITER,
nTZniiiiiii mill,1" i; '.Jrrnxrntii. rr firini"
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c lit. s wowe imi vwjr.M'ivi.rA.ni,.-.iji.uJ'.'i'.'-w
Which is by far the cheapest on the market. A
person can learn to write
Deuer man me om way.
Prices from $10 to $15.
Wellington Monumental Works.
r DEALER N -
( Granite Monuments
tfLT'.: it I fS3 '
j-3?Sl of ovory
r- . '..ii'y-iV.tw.J I 1 1
". .1 no lufiiit fiiirsliuuirirr
iV ( m us uci;io iuivunoiiiu
Wi y'!?! W'l 1
V present of $500.00 in
person who will show us a Monument of American Granite
wc have furnished that is crumbling1 or shows signs oi decay
liibhard's Rheumatic Syrup.
aa'N0Tt among th
IHICUltir. poorer classes
In new countries where water
was bad, miasmas prevalent,
food with little variety, cloth
ng Insufficient, and exposure
to cold nnd wet common and
We believe It to he tho cause
of nrarly all chronic diseases.
nVQDtTDCI A 9rte' d1"""0. healing and Invigorating, It becorrrr
L I ClrC"OlM tne "remedy of all remcdlrs" for this most common au
ALWAY3 YIELDS. Insidious enemy of man'.ind. .., ' '"
A L W A Y Sit R L I A BL
SAFE .F,.MII"V' . ME3IDIOI1TEI '
Hn-suM it ranuins no poison sr oplalrs. Chililrrn, Inva'liU snd icllca Dcrsona will Aih. ii IW bj
l-u4llrins snd trmic Uiey csa usu.
Autumn nd Wtnltr.
mi auiM snouiu
II you cannot procort it ol yoar drafftlst, send
TESTIMONIALS WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE,
A IAD CASE OF SCROFDU CURIO.
Port BvaoN, N. Y. I hsva bsan doctor I nf for
thrx or four yssrs, with different physicians, fur
scrofula, bat faud a ralisi an til I cooimwcsd tak
Inv your Syrup. Conliouino; to aaa It a few months,
I lound myself curmi. I ball is Is bs Iks baal
swdlcUM to ttu world.
Maa. Wmmi Stoaws).
' Ns rsmsdy anowa so kialily sodarssd by lis koas
aaapla, In lh Ins Immt of Rk atsHsas sad all
Viand DIsMuas. Our Medical HsniphleL krsatina;
a Khcunatismsnd all Blood aad ttmtim Plsssass,
srn t free oa apollcailoa. ' . t
Rhcumatio Syhup Co., Jaokson, Mioh.
AtO U R Ej.O U R ER
your f -.. t
nrc known in everv nnrt of
other instruments arc soul
AS THE ESTEY,
been found to eav
iwiiiii twimw in a,, , , i ,w
very quickly and much
Call and see them
nt le ami vuritty . IS ew Kii-'
li on I
r' -1 iana uranite a Biftiniiy. iau buu sen
We DO NOT
tbe (so called) everlabting White
' Bllilll, rubli BUU n
Do uot take urn etateiiit lit fur it but
coruo with us aud we will show you the
Cash will be given to any
' TREATMENT!" UiU.?
diet to ot i
impoi Uincs, i
the hvienc not to I e negtuiS
ed. rrcsh air, eavrciw aojl
abundant clothing are all tan
portiint. '. HibbarU's Rhs
malic Syrup h the cny rena.
' IT IS POSITIVE
Containing the medicH
virtue of certain Plants aaJ
. j i i . . ,
- tnr-AV j Nnnra rw m ins mw uuir nrm
fiW at " " , HUIMIO.) w
auch remedies aa Poh. Burdoc'i. Winter-
Dm wi.aoui iu AHiji ua saaaon, ifrf ; , Stsx
direct la us.
Pries i.oo;'ft boitlas I5.00! rii.irrtrtya
' YEARS OF SUFFERING.
Cou E. ft. Walkvb, Wtat Ubaaea, Ind. -
Hibbard's Hheutnali fcvrap sad t','4ers k.-sa
done mmorx Urt bm Uaut any otasr evl!nn IIM 1
ha sver take. 'It la tk mrtntt rrnNilv lMii-
purs blood, snd for a dyspeptic or a eantimlrd
soa It seams w key oa aqwsl. Fkasr Mod uw.a
Q. a. ii.tssis.iis
Uls-riy, its. ..
Ooawv-I MceivW tSa akom lettsr this mninnm.
Me tkiaks U is Ika lest ssedirln
U has la aattra aaus4acuoa to sU
MdVlns In Ilia wor .i
Cos. . Wi sra.
O R Jl H E U T.1 AT I UU