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THE ENTER.'RISfc WEDNESDAY; APRIL , 1889.
, General News Summary.
Interesting1 Home and Foreign News.
, Corporal Garnet TYm.erou be 27th took
the ou'h of oitlce admioist red by Mm. H.
B. Hirp od, a notary publ o employed In
the Kent on Bureau, and ter-d i po.i hit
dutl a as Commissioner of 1 en- tune. He
aa rppoioted Users B. Squires, of Brook
lyn, N. Y., at hit confident a sorre ary.
. Tbe meruh indlse exports from the Un'ted
Btatoi for the twelve months ended Febru
ary l last amounted to tTO,8&t,IMt. aralnst
t0(,TH.248 for the twelve month ended
February 28 1888.
. Tbe Heoretarv of State ha received a re
' port from the United State Comul at Colon
statins; thut work along the Funasga canal
tat entirely ceased and that tbe Wat India
negroes were retarnln-to their hones. Dp
to March IB fully 8,010 of the Utter had left.
Secretary Wlndnm ha appointed Mr. M.
E. Bull luperlntendeot of public buUdlnir
at Chic jo, vies. Mr. Bailey, resigned. Mr.
Bailey was formerly supervising architect
, ef the treaiury.
Senator Hherman expect to leave Wash
ington for Europe about May 1, remaining
three or fur months. He will be aooom
panied by Mr. Blierman. Their first itop
Will be lu Paris to vlalt the exposition.
The Commissioner of Pensions has ap
pointed A. vv. Fisher, of North Carolina,
chief clerk nf the 1 e alon Offloe, In place of
W. F. Brock, re I. -nod.
It Is said at the Interior Department that
the President's proclamation, Issued on tbe
27th at, will throw opn to homestead
entry on April 22 about 1.800,000 acres.
I'rcsidciitinl nominations sent to the Sen
ate on theiS'th ult. : Robert Adam, Jr.. of
Pennsylvania, to be Minister to Brazil;
I,anlnir R. Mlzncr, of Ca ifornla, to he
Minister to the Ontrat American Ftates;
W. L. fen'PK f (liKircia. to be Minister
to Vi npiuela; U'illlumO. Bradloy, of Kn
tucky to be Minister Ki-sldont and Consul
General to Cnrea; George Chandler, of
Kansas, to be First Assistant Secretary of
thelutoHor; (-orire I Bh- up, of Ma'to, to
be O verimr of Idaho.
Ocneral W. R. Franklin. Commissioner
QnnenO of the Un't -d Htntes to the Pari
Exp Won, ba ap died fir a detail of a
gti.ird of murines to - cuurd the American
exhibit at the Exposition. Two marine
emccrs and thirt.' men are to he detailed
for this service, to b ) rra ly to embark from
New York about tb the 15' h of April.
The President ha appointed J. Oil Hum
phre.vs, of Illinois, Alfred H. WlUon, of
Ar ansas, and rx-(o ernor Georre D. Rob
inson, of Massi'cbuactti, a commission to
treat with the Cherokee and e her Indian
with relation to the opening; of the Oklaho
In the executive session of the Senate on
th- 80, h ult the motion to reoooa.der the
vote by which the nomination of Mai at
Hulitead as Minister to Getnunvwa' re
ject d a few day ago, was lost by a vote of
SV. t IX
The bonds purchased br the Government
to date under the i rtulur of la-t April
am mnt to 1137.243 10J and cost 1148 1T0 530.
There hi' breu a dtcrease of Ii3.5o0.0OU
In the public d-bt ltice Maeb 1.
The Indiana Supreme Court ha decided
that John Horsey, the Chicago and Atlantic
engineer who ran hi looomotlv Into a paa
eropertralu at Kouti, Ind., lastOctoberand
killed one of tb passengers, besides Injur.
lag others must b tried on lb chart of
Postmaster General Wsnamaker, baa,
with the piolnine t of Mr. Burt to the
firth division, obange J all of the nine saner-
inie dents of the railway mall service which
were ap olnted under tbe lsst administra
tion, the surintendents at Cblc.go and
Ban Francisco were not cbsnged dui l.ig tb
last sdmlnls ration.
Major Marcus A. Reno, late United
Btute army, who served with General
Custor In the Yellows one 8loux massacra,
died at Washington on t he 81st alt
Hi Treasury committee appointed to
count th sUmp In the vaults, of tbe Inter
nal Kcvunue Bureau, oumplnted their work
on tbe 80th ult Two hundred million
tump of tbe Jvaltie of f4ooo,000 ware
counted. Every rent was accounted for
and toe stamps were found la good condi
tion. The President on the 90th ult sent to the
Senate th nomination nf Edwin II. Territt,
of Tex, to be. Mini er to Belgium, and
John T. Abbott of New 'Hampshire, to be
Minister to Colombia ,
Dr. John Swlueburne, th eminent sur.
geon, died at hi residence at Albany, N.
Y.. on tbe 88 b.
- TblrtT-sIx yoonjr phyalcisns were gradu
ated at the Western Pennsylvania Medical
College In Pittsburgh on tb 28th nit
At their session In Buffalo, N. Y., on tbe
28th ult. the Supreme Counoll Royal Tem
pi .rs of Temperanee elected the tollowlns;
officers i Supreme Conductor, Rev. R. O.
Mungrr. Waterloo, N. Y.; Hupreme Vloe
Coum tor, Hon. J. N. I mery, Pennsylvania;
8 preme Chaplain, R. A. U. Phillip, To
ronto. Ont; Bupn-me Secretary, Samuel
Nelson, Buffalo Supreme Treasurer, John
Lyth, Buffalo. Tbe bonds of tb supreme
Kvr.-tary stere placid at 110.000, and those
of the supreme treasurer at M),000. It was
decided to substitute two decrees for one In
uborJlnat o lunolla.
Twelve of tbe lady directors of th Wo
man's Hospital at Brooklyn, It. Y., have
realirnvd. owing to dlisatlsfa-tloa with the
maauKement of Mrs. Mary B. Wllletta,
treasurer of the Institution. wlo I charged
with Incompetency and with bavins; leaned
the fund to her busband, Instead ot de
positing them in a bank.
M1U operative of Manchester. N. H.,
have voted to a-k for a half-bollday en
Saturday and appointed a committee to
watnponthe atrxnU of tbe various mills
and present their demand.
Business failure occurring throughout
the country during th seven day ended
March 29 number for tb United State 204
and for Canada 86, or a total of SsVfc a com
pared with a total of 240 tbe previous week
and 228 for the corresponding week of last
At New York on the 29th alt, la proceed
lngs for an accounting between C. R. Orlgg
and C R. OarrUoa, judgment was entered
la favor of the Uarrtsoa estate against
Griggs fort3.184.18L Tb litigation aro-
from disputed own Tihlp of the Wheeling
it Lake Erie lallroad.
Twelve Brttsb soldiers, including ser
geant, deserted from Fort Cunningham,
Bermuda, two weeks ago, taking pas sage oa
two vessel about to leav the Island,
Hewn of the deserters bav arrived In New
York, where three of then) enlisted la tb
' At th annual meeting of the stockholders
- of th Amerioaa Waltham Watch Company,
bold la Boston, Mass., oa tb 3th alt, It
was toted to Increase th capital stock
1 1000,000, making it (8.000 000, A divides.
si fifty per orat, w declared.
At tbe offloe of th Reading (Pa.) Coal I
and Iron Company. It Is .Uted that tWT. in-1
years would be at sat 2.0(10,000 ton.
Tb British ohoor Anthony, from Bt
Jot ns for Boston, was seised by tbe customs
ntborltie at Booth Bay, Ms., on the 29th
ult, for not reporting. The fine I 11,000.
There I said to be great dlssatlafaotlon
among tbe journeymen clgarm alters In New
York, and preparation ar being made for
a gem rl strike. About 1,000 men will be
A whale thirteen feet long and weighing
over 8.000 pounds was stranded oa the beaou
at Chelsea, N. J., on the 29th alt It will be
sent to Washington.
A. Squ re, who deposited over 82,000 In
the Philadelphia mint over thirty-eight
vears agn, was oa the 80th nit paid tb
amount due him.
Notice of a. proposed reduction of wage
was posted In the Pennsylvania steel work
at Harrlsburg Pa., tn the 1st It make a
reduotlon of five per rent in unskilled
labor end tea per cent in thst of skilled
labor, and takes effect at once.
Tue exp o Ion if a steam still at tb Em
pire oil works, Long Isl ud City, started a
fl a whloh spr -ad over an acre of ground,
destroying tbe Long island foundry, tb
Nutr ink works, the New York Iron end
chemical works, end a number of (beds and
warehouses. Loss, 1150,000. James No an
was caught in tbe flumes and burned to
Zachariah Chaffee, widely known as trus
tee of the SpragUH estate lo Rhode Island,
died at Providence, R. I., on tbe 80th ult, in
his sevnty -tilth year.
Nearly all the coal mines along the Mo.
nongahela river closed down on the 1st
and wl I remain cl sed un II tb miner
agree to s redaotlon ot cents. The shut
down affi'Ct 0,000 miners.
Bert Berry, station agent at Lyndnnvllle,
N. Y., for the Rome, Watortown & Ogdens
burgh railroad, has absconded. He la short
in Ids counts with the company to the
amount or I1-VOO0 and owes a much more
to local creditors '
The new p b e library at Braddock, Pa.,
built by Andrew Uunejle. the Iron and
rteol king, at a cost, nf I1M.000, was formallv
turned ovor to tbe citizens of that p. ace on
the 80th u t
The collision of two frelvht trains on tbe
New York, 1 en sylvanla & Ohio railroad
near Jamestown, Pa., on the 81st ult de
molished both locomotives and wrecked
twenty cars. Hiram rruoman, engineer,
and Henry Yokuin, conductor, wore seri
ously If not fatady injured.
John W. Duff, father of the manager of
the Standard Theater, N 'W York City, died
Middenlyon the8othult of apoplexy, at
tbe age of slxty-e.g it yeara.
Exports of specie from the port of New
York during tbe week etided Maroh 30,
amounted to 11,014,700; Imports of specie for
tbe same period. 872,146.
In an a idrcss at Philadelphia on th 81st
ult Postmaster General Wanamaker de
clared in favor of the constitutional prohib
itory amendment, and exhorted the 800 per
sons who llsteneJ to hi word to work,
pray and vote for It
Walter Ferguson' s fine residence at Pitts
burgh, East End, was totally destroyed by
fire on tbe 80th ult, entailing a lo of $40,
UOO. Th carpenters and painter of Buffalo,
N. Y., to tb number of several hundred,
went out on strike on the 1st to enforce a
demand that nine hour ahull constitute a
The wreUy statement, of the New York
associated banks, lapsed on the 81st ult,
how tbe following hanges: Reserve
deciease 81 24." 800; lorn decrease, V88,200;
specie decrease 81.tW7.TJO; legal tender
tnnrrsse. 8418,800; deposit increase, U5fiS,
0)0; circulation decres), I15.T00. The banks
held 86 430,025 In excess of the twenty-five
per cent rule.
A fire at Corning, N. Y., on th Slat ult
d .-troyed the Americsa Hotel and tbe Epis
copal church adjoining. Loss, 820,000.
WEST AND SOUTH.
Tbe Tennessee Rang and Manufacturing
Company' work la Nashville, Tenn., war
totally destroyed by fire on tbe 27th. Loss,
845.000; Insured for 823 000.
Captain Robert Piatt commanding tn
United Etiite Fish Commission' steamer
at Charlotte Harbor, Fie., baa successfully
hatched 8,800,000 egg of tb iheepehetd
tb Ant Instance a record of artificial
batching of tbtt Important food flab.
On the 281b nit a jointer In Morgan'
shingle mill at Hungerford, Mich., burst,
Instantly killing Edward Stewart and fa
tally injuring hi brother Cbarle.
At a meeting at Milwaukee, Wis., ontn
28th nit of railroad manager and Graad
Ai my men, all difference as to tb rates to
be charged by the railroad between Chi
cago and M Uwauke daring tb Grand Army
encampment la August were amicably set
tled, tbe railroad companies agreeing to the
en fare rata.
A new Hebrew orphans' borne, built by
district No. 8 of th order of B'oel Brllh,
was dedicated la Atlanta, Oa., on th 28th
alt The building I magnificent (truotar
and is capable of accommodating 150 chil
Oa the 28th alt the Illinois State Sensto,
by a rising vote, passed a jolit resolution
Indorsing the action of Presdlent Harrison
In nominating Hon. Robert T. Lincoln to be
Minister to England and directing that aa
engrossed copy of tbe resolutions be for
warded to Hon. James G. Blaine, Secretary
At Alniwortb. Neb., on the 28th alt,
masked men took three of the accused cat.
tie thieve. Uannow, Baboook and Remus,
from tbelr homes across th line Into th
reservation and delivered them to a bead of
Indiana. It 1 believed that ail three were
A Are at Ashton. Ill, on th 28th alt, de
stroyed twenty-one baelneeo house sad
several dwellings with tbelr contents.
Los. 10,000. wl h light insurance. But
four business places remain la the village.
The case of tweaty-two of th 1ST de
fendants Indicted for election law vlelation
war called at Indianapolis, Ind., oa th
28th nit aad motion to quash, or dismiss
entered. , " '
1 be livery stable ot Thompson & Springer
at Jacksonville, 111., was burned on tb 88th
alt Fifty hed of bone and mules, and a
largo quantity of hay and grain were con
sumed. I.os, I4J.0O0.
John Warren, disguised as a negro, at
tempted to rob the Southern express com
pany In t lock ton, Ala., a few nights ago.
He woke tb watchman and fired at him
bat ws killed by tb return fir.
I. H. Brown, a veteran of the rebellloa
and a pensioner, was arrested for counter
feitlug la Minneapolis, Minn, a few day
ago. He was caught la th act of casting
Th Indiana BootUsh Rlt Masons closed
very successful session at Indianapolis on
th 28th alt Forty four candidate received
tb thirty-second degree.
Tb fir t Asbtoo, 111., few day ago
wasawr destructive thaa first reported.
The low was fully 1100,000 with insurance
Tb lower bona of tbe Tennessee Legisla
ture ba psssed th Benat bill creating a
Confederate soldier1 bom at the Hermit
age. TbabUl was Masnanded that Indigent
Mexican vet ram aad x-Unlon soldier of
t ctvU war will also b provUd horns
. " ,2 "it at aom,a 77
- . . -..,.,, ... " of' intenfln to
' . . . . V , a s.ma MA Wl
increase it capital stooa irom iuu,wu.v
to II M,000,000. Of th present capital stock
188 078,2O0have already been Issued. Of the
Increase In capital, stock It 1 proposed to
Issu 400,000 shares at tbe par value of W0,
000,000, making the total amount outstand
ing equal to $128 078 200. - '
On the 29th ult a passenger train on the
Ottumway division of the Wabash We tern
railway went through a bridge near Queen
City, Mo., piling up the engine and three
coaches in a ditch eight feet below. En
gineer John Arthur and Fireman Lutber
Campbell were killed.. Cbarlea Blsle. mall
a rent and W. L. Skinner, axpros messen
ger, were seriously injured. , ,
Ring at Brady' fumitur factory at Eait
Saginaw, Mich., together with 150 000 feet
of hardwod lumber; burned on the 29th ult,
oausing a loss of 52,000. : ;i
Charles Llnoeln, who esosped from th
Nebraska Stat prison where he was serv
ing a life sentenoe, Is to be taken back from
Lawrence, Mass., where he was captured.
A tire on th 29th alt destroyed the six
story building on North CUoton street,
Chicago, owned by K. W. Blutobford ana
occupied by several businsss Arms, entail
ing a total loss of 1300.000,
A sensation was created at Indianapolis,
Ind., on the 80th ult by th statement thst
the 81,400,000 temporary loan authorized by
the Legislature 1 Invalid. Thl loan la for
an anticipated deficit yet the act authoris
ing it say nothing about deficit, thus mak
ing It Ules-al a th constitution cpeclflos..
In tbe United State court at Wheeling,
W. Va., on the 80th ult George B. Be e
peaded guilty to Illegal voting and was
sentenced to pay a fin of 1100 and be Im
prison d six month.
General Cardenas tb well known dwarf,
who has been exhibited as a freaW In all the
p Inoipal o ties of tbe United States, died at
Dexter, Mich., on the 81st ult His age wis
Frank Morris, oonvloted of tbe murder of
Jamea Handy in Cleveland, O., last Novem
ber, was on t e 30th ult sentenced by Judge
Stone to be hanged July 10 next
Tbe Chicago a, Alton and Chicago, Bur
lington & Quincy roads have annnunc d a
reduction of the limner rale from Chicago
to Missouri river points from 10 to 10 coots
,er 100 pound, to go Into effect April L
Twenty-oue icule occurred at Monte
Carlo during January and February and
several are repo ted to hsve taken place
during the present month. Tbi season is
oonsldared to have been thue far the most
prosperous in the history of the Casino, the
winning of tbe bank in February alone
having been 1750.000.
Or. R. P. Howard, dean of the medical
faculty of McGlll university at Montreal,
Can., and on of tb mod distinguished
medical men on th continent, died on tbe
Th Baltle timber yard, near Buckingham
Palace, was destroyed by fire recently. Th
loss Is 8300,009. Durl ng th progress of the
Are a alia ot timber fell. Injuring a number
of firemen. . ,I
lo th Dominion Hous of Common on
th 29th ult, th Jesuit Disallowance act
was rejected by a vote of 178 out of a House
of 201 member, th largest' majority se
cured on any measure since tb confedera
tion. It I regarded a a crushing defeat to
tbe Orange party.
The Boston bark Albert Haskell, for Aus
tralia, was wrecked near the West Indies a
few day ago and all her crew but two lost
Tbe university boat race between Oxford
and Cambridge was rowed oa th Thame
oa tbe 80th ult and reeulted la a victory for
Cambridge. - . "wjar
Whll Cardinal Agoetinf wlrpreacnlng
In tb church of Ban Carlo at Rom on th
81st ult a bomb ws exploded In the base
ment by some unknown person. Tbe wor
shipers wsre badly frightened, but no
damag was done.
The board of health of tbe City of Mexico
bat pronounced American lard an adultera
tion andt for use, and ha prohibited lu
sal. Tb action ba been sustained by
Minister Rublo and will be effective
throughout tb republic and Instruction
bav been sent to al! coi'om house. '
At Milwaukee, Wis., oa the 1st a fir
caused by a lamp txploslon destroyed th
dwelling of Mr. Margaret Knnslals, a
widow, who with her three children, aged
seven, four and two respectively, wer
burned to death.
At Clinton, Mo., oa tbe 1st John Boyle
with hi wife and ill children attempted to
ford Grand ereek. la the middle of the
stream his wagon was overturned and four
of his children drowned. Boyle tared his
wife and two ohlldrao.
Havia prison rs attacked the keeper of
tbe workhouse at Lazlngton, Ky., oa th
1st, shot him perhaps fatally and esosped.
Taa business failure throughout tb
country for th first quarter of 1880, number
8,'JM, as SfSinst t,M8 for tb corresponding
three months of 1888. Th liabilities for th
first quarter of 1880 ar lis 780,000,. as
sgatnst rw.884,000 for th first quarter of
A mono the nominations Motto th Senate
by tb President on tbe lt were tbe follow
ing: Jamea N. Huston, of Indiana, to be
Treasurer of th United 8 late; William F.
Wharton, of MaaacnostU, to be Assistant
Hecrctery of Btate; Elll H. Kobeit. of
Raw York, to b Assistant Treasurer of
tb United Bute at New York City;
George H. Shields, of Missouri, to be As
sistant Attorney General.
Fiva oyster oantslns convicted of cruelty
to seamen were sentenced la Baltimore,
Md., on the lit to thirty days ch la JalL
Th United Btatee Express Company be
gan the transportation of Government
money on th lit, tb contract with the
Adam Express Company having expired.
' Th Secretary of th Navy ba cabled to
Auckland that the) men of the wrecked
naval vessel who ar sent bom ar to
come to Ban Francisco.
Thi Montreal Evangelical Alliance ha pre
pared: a petition to tbe uueen setting forth
that th Federal government ha failed to
do lu duty la the Jesuit matter and asking
her Majesty to Interpose In behalf of th
Protestants of Canada.
In the municipal election at Cleveland. O..
oa th 1st the Republican alected their
entire city ticket with the exception of
prosecuting attorney and police . Judge.
Gardner (Rep.) for Mayor had ,QM ma-
orlty. At Clnolnnstl, Mosby (Hep.) for
Mayor had 861 plurality. At Columbus the
Democrats sleeted tbe entire city ticket
Tai Comptroller of tbe Currency has da
dared a fourth dividend In favor of tb
creditors of the National Bank of Auburn,
N. Y, which failed January 28, 1888. This
make la all forty-Ore per cent, on claim
proved amounting to 17110,807. ' ; s
Bow. Joist Esuar Pops, Canadian Min
ister of Hallways, died at Ottawa, Dot, oa
Taa Issue of standard Ilvr dollar from
the mlnu for th week ended March SO, 1880,
was ia9,80S. Th Issu during the eorro-
pondlng period of last year ws 1306,810,
The shtpmenU of fractional silver orirrenoy
for the month ended Maroh 80, logo, wr
nj ..... ,' ,. ,. -
'Recommended by the highest medical
and chemical authorities, who testify to
its absolute purity, wholesimioiirKS and
wonderful strength. Kvvry can guaran
teed to do the work of any other unking
powder costing twlco as much. Kvery
eiui guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
purchase-money refunded. ,
1 lb. Can. socm h lb IO. 14 Ik., tte.
If your dealer does not keep Crown, do tint
let htm persuade you to huy some t-:h-r te
claims lo be lustasguud, butaaU L.inioobllgs
you by getting
B'KTEB 8 CnOWV T 1 " ' ' ' m.
Calvatlon Oil x'ii"
News About Town.
T l.lkn fiii-i'anl pnif-t nlinnt tnwn Hint
Kemp's Balaam for the tliMHt and lungs
. . n . i.
IB milKinc 80IIIH remiirKiiiiiB rurt-n iui
people who are troubled wllh Conch,
Sore Throat, AstUnui, Bronchitis and Unti
sumption. Any drugelsi will give you a
..;.. I Lsitila In.ii nfn.ist Tl la tplinrHntpfH
hi li, tnrv.Jf- ii'sui ... p,.- - -
to relieve nnd cure. Tbe large bottle ore
Illiy cents anu one uouar.
A Groat Surprise
' Is iu store for all who use Kemp's Bui
gam for tbellirout and lunes, tbe greul
gunrnnteed remtdy. Would you believe
that it 1 sold on It merits and that any
druggist is authorized by the proprietor of
this wondtrlul remedy to give you a sam
ple bottle free? It never fall to cure aoutn
oi chronic coughs. All druggist sell
Kemp's Balsam. Large bottle 60 cents
and f 1. ...
Whvembllterllle by dragging around
with tame back, diseased kidneys, dropsl
cal swellings, female weakoru, .nervous
debility .heart disease and rheumaticcom
plaints, when Dr. Fenner's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so quickly cure T lwv
A. J. Merchant, Presidiog Elder: write:
"It gave me alaioat instunt and entirely
permanent relief." Snperlorto al) known
medlcineiin thescaiseases. roriaie oy
Blmply pornving and cleansing the
blood Is not sufficient. It needs enriching
also. tbe nervous svstem need toning un-
all of which is accompiiRbeo ny ur. reve
ner Wood and Liver ltemerty tna Aerll
Tonic. Use bis ixiugb Honey in as
conghs; bis Golden Relief in ill psins
and stomach and bowel disorders, hip
Kidney end Backscha Cure in lame back.
dropsy and all kidney disorders; his ur
man Eve-Salve In sore eyes, cracked skin
and piles; his Capitol Bitters for appetite
and strength, r or sale by aruggtsu.
Tbe Homeliest man In Wellington as
well as the handsomest, and others are In
vited to call on ny druggist and get free
a trial bottle of Kemp's lisisam for the
lungs and throat, remedy that Is selling
entirely upon lu merits and Is guaranteed
to relieve snd care all Chronic and Acute
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consum
ption. Large bottles ou cents snd f I.
r . .
Allow a cough to run until It get beyond
tbe reach of medicine. Tbey say, "Oh, it
will wear sway," but in most case it
wears them sway. Could they be In
duced to try the successful medicine
called Kemp's Balsam, which Is sold on a
positive guarantee to cure, tbey would
immediately see the excellent effect after
taking the first dose. I'ric 00c and $ 1 .00.
Trial siz free. At all druggists.
William Laird, a well known drug-
grist of sprlnirneld. Oreeon, writes at-
follows: "My U:k ot Vau Wert's
Cough Balssm ordered from you short
Ime ago Is ilmost exhausted and I am
pleaded to tv le the fact that It lias elv-
eo universal satisfaction. I have never
had single bottle returned . Th
medicine Is a boon to mankind." Trial
xlcefree. W. Adams tbe Lesdlng
A Sensible Man
Would use Kemp' Balsam tor the
Throat snd Lung. It 1 curing more coses
of coughs, colds, aslbma,broncbitis,croup,
and alltbroat and lung troubles than any
other medicine. Tbe proprietor has auth
orized any druggm to give you sample
bottle free to convince yon of
tbe merit ol
this great remedy
Large bottles SOt
Advertising a patent medicln the pe
cullarwtyin which Kemp's Balsam, for
Cooghs snd Colds does, it is moet-a wono
derlul. He authorizes dtugglsts tf
give those who call for it, a sample botti
irse. thst thev mar trv it before purcba
log. The large bottlfS are 60 cents and
one dollar. .We certainly would advise
trial. It rosy save you (mm consumption
Saved th Vamib o a Farm Sellers
Cough eyrup has attained a reputation ai
MA-tAftHil i Millars' Pills snd mnrs rniild
hardly be said of any otber medicine. The
syrup tnouia oe kppi in every lamuy
where there are children, and grownup
nnhla And It a tnst vsliishln medicine
(or coughs, colds, bnarsenees, and tbrosl
1,1. v -
ana long aisesse. . me pin are sum a
nitart rensH In inrns fiftrta of thecotin.
try that a family never tbloksof doing
. . . . D.li . .U l
Wltnouimem. dbio mo roiirons 10
Eastern Maryland,"Wb I bsve raised my
family ' on Sellers' . Pills, and I consldrr
them almost as essential lot family as
ha4 Ta the ! (klrtv vaars thav have
saved me enongb.la doctor bills, tepsy
for a farm. Cincinnati Times-Star.
We still hold the
I : ' i
In furnishing fresh first-class
By an experienced
hand, always on hand.
Prompt deliveries made
to the remotest part of
BOWLBY & HALL
IS s ' s
4-.A '. '.I
.'n ..' -..V '.
Dr. O. H. MacFarland's
Great Medical Dis
covery. Thl Mffl'rinr will rare Chronic and Inflimnifttnry
Rhfunrntlnn.. NeurmlBlo.hrtwilc MaJftrlt, lyippalt
ttlcK Hraulrsch avn1 ftll dlMsMM of th Mm m
Ktdnr AIM win rar CftUrrft, Perm u it, bmi
It he urn. ana all dl that ara cauad from Impura
hint-sd. It la mm of tha hmt Blood and Liver remo
dlra kftown. It parafliiatlie blood, creatca a h ahhf
au uoo of tha lier and Kidiwyv limioa, it rirui
thMs) dlMfta from tha jum. Tboaa nffrrin
wlLh thfse dlssputm. trv a bos of thl I rrcftt anedlnai
dttoovery, and b cotiTlBerd ot Id nertta, Evarj
do i naraniera vo giwm MiniKtitm. or moorj m
fundt-d. VifivdavaUMtnratlaeachbox. Price II
prr hot, or tlx twxee lor ba, jte lure jro get toe
Bold omly la WUlBffto9 fty Dr. X
Hhnnldanr; onednatre. ther eaa ordfr direct turn
DT, c H Macraiana, uneriin, u, TBia ia me cele
brated trifdlRine dellrered to ihedtlMtia of WelllDtT'
iaat renruarj ana oeieunore enij sees bom uj
no uvcwr uwrui
in ji Aw niLntri
A theroilrfalv tmleA and wholnsmn nrrnnmrmtirm
ter arTwiin lernMntatioa, tnaMlnr on to bavs
Uw martens six rears, an I Indorsed by Uious
ands who have used Is. ItUMrouhl7oiaiioes.sad
ImDarts bo for ton taste. Pot an la boxes deafen
ed rortandBHrsJI. psoas, nulllns-MKsDd
SO ots. Bold br dealers, or seat by mail on reoelpt
ofprlot, IWMAII BRO't.raisawis Akra.or
Sold by F. D. Felt. " '
Tear On Ttjikm, at Bows.
Th y ailldvsevsrvtktnt. ThrfsrssoUlsvsre.
Wbsrs. Prloe lOe. a paekaV. They bav nesqual
for 8triiir k, Unrhtnesa, Aasoaat la Paokan
or for V ,ium f Color, or non-fadlnf QoaliUM,
Tbrdoi-te-.W Ar.ntft: eiei'nra, arsalsby
E, TV Adams also F.D. flt .,
Fresli Boasted Cole
Metlicine intae World
, .. :; . , i'-1
Caveats, and Trade Mark obtained, and a
raieuiuuaiiieNB cunuuuieo ior Ajoderate Feea
vui viuuo iB ,iiiuiiii,e v . D. rsD umoe. W B
bavenosub-agencles.allbuslnessdlreot.benee ' '
osn transact patent business In less time and 1 '
ai icsb vush tuu kuusc reuiuie irom washing--ton.
Bend model, drawing, or photo, with deserlp
tlon. We advise if patentable or not. free
charge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured .
a noon, how to uu tain ratents," with ret
erences to actual clients In your Bute, oounty
vj itiiirutaouk tica, AilurflBB
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Office. Washington, D.0.
Is the best place in the city
togetetrictly No. 1 Meats ,
and Sausage Freeh v
Meat always clean. Attention alwsj
given. Prices si w ay fair.
WHITNEY & ABBOTT.
Carpenter Block, " . Wellington, O
We are now making easy terms snd i-
ceedingly low prices; also show tbe floes I
stock ot Pianos and Organs in tbe Stat.
W are tbe Northern Ohio Agents for
Deoker Bro'a Fianoa.
B. Dreher'a .; '
Kranloh & Baoh ; . ' .
Starling . .''
Woroester and Lorlne &Blak'
PALACE OBOANS, -New
Organa (8.00 per month. -
Write for free catalogue and loformstlon
B. DEEHEE & SONS,
J47 parlor Bt.,
fhnofh nry work to-dayt Iel
schy, Uied, pain la ssy back, say (
lay whole body ssems out of or
food woat direst,
tbatUlsBOwoBderyn are In each s erokan tcrwn
aondltlABL aad von
Will Kespsvvuaa wuie muiam
roa can euro your UVXB.
UVtH. This msortans ontasi
ont of order snd Toe wist ear It by promptlr
Dr. C. McLWi Celebrated Liver Pills.
rsstor yoa and rive vtror and kesltb W
I system, sukin yoa strong and wall,
nt a bos, snd they (say saw your Us,
IvtS eenU l
a youoroggiei ior in eaniun -
Dn C3. TWToTs A1JTBriBI
CELEBRA TED LIVER PILLS
FLEMING BROS.. Pittsburgh, Pi.
IVLook oat ftx COcnrrxsjaTrs ssad la St LJSV
r Malrea a Tnralr ronalnkm. .-Jai
rSnlesdid tenie, snd cures Boilri Pin
k irs, Bororula, M.rrurlal sni all uieo
l!sests. fiuld by roar Dnifflsk
f Sellers Medicine Co., Pittsburgh,Pi
BOM. Issverlenl end
ea Fasvc Oncl
Hoassa. We Mht t
very larftstod of bene)
le ealeot front, gnarao
ssake lew prtoas, ami
sll oa eery terms
Urtte eetatoens free
Aedraae savsc A Par
- DISCOVERY ,;
Oaly Oeealae sweteasef Keeaery TreJl
at steak t-eexeee sat oeie n.si .
Mind sreederie sasred.
EveVy ebMd aed stdelt oronilr
LIBERT? STREET WELUSOTO!.
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Pmeinetes, with otMom e Dr. Wji. A. ,"""-
SeeeeVU.wiUuu-4 SprelallA le s'd Di )