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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY APRIL 3; 1889.
A Sound Logioal opinion.
E. BttlDbridgo Muuday. Eq., County (
Attorney, CI. v Uoun'.y, Texas, says:
'Dave ued Eleotrlu Bitters with most
happy result. My brother wn also
very W with malarial fi-veraml Jaun
dice, but was cuie'i bv timely use of
this medicine. Am satisfied Ele ctric
Bltt n saved his Hie "
Mr, D. 1. Wlloxon, of Ilorse Cave.
Ky.. adds a Utile testimony, salng:
He polilvelv would liHve dlud, had It
nor. beon lor Elceirlo Wt r.
ThU great remedy ill ward nff, as
well k cure, all malarial uineasi-B, mm
tor all Kldoey, Liver and rVmnuli Dlr
orderi stands unequnleil. IMce 60 ct
and $1 at Adams' drug; store. 0
The Population of Wellington
Is about 8,000, and we would say at least
one-half ere troubled with some affection
of the throat and lungs, as those com
plaints ara, according to statistics, rnoro
numerous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect ihe oppor
.unity to call on their druggists and get a
boltle ol Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
lungs. Trisl size tree. Large bottles 00c
andfl. Sold by all druggists.
earn? ,-- "
Bncklen'i Arnica Kalva
Tho best salve lo the world for twvs,
bru'ies, sores, ulcers, salt rlieim, leei
. lattvr rhiDOM nanas. Cliliumiu
corns ana ail sain eruptions, euu
ly cures piles, or no pay required It u
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, oi
money refunded. Price 85 cenis per Ihx
For Bale bv Woostar dt Adnms. tov
You cannot aflor.l to wmsio time If
.....im.iii.inir when vour lung Hr I"
danger. Unns..mptlon always seem, at
... ..to old. Do not permit any
j i.'.. ... i,..,..aHi ni mi voll wl'h foi'i.c
CilcaU I'll - - ,-,
Discovery fur consumption, ooglis and
.i- K,.,hunr vou gyt the genuine.
Because he ran make more p ollt lie
e,..ii ! tin IihA mtniHtlilllL? JMr-t Hi
good, or Lt the sa.no. Don't be .1
Selecd, but l.-slst upon getting. Dr
V.ur llU.nVerV. Which ! gUrtl''
auieed to give teliel In all Throat, Lung
and chest afitniil-iis. Trial bottles tree
at Adams' drug store. Large bunion
one dollar. '
Detroit, Mich., March 8, '88.
W. H. IHI&Co
Gentleraeu-1 had a very severe at
tack of rheumatism. After taking a
few dojesof your Ar-thro-phon l-a. ob
tained relief. Have taken one bottle
and am almost, entirely cured.
M.d l 'arpall, 35, Bragg street.
Foriale at Felt's drug more.
.' A Happy Farmer.
Warren Underwood, a prominent
resident of tl.e- vllluge o Dexter, N. Y.
lays: "M" wife and I cot.ttacted se
vere colds last tall which resulted In
terribly trouhlesomecohghs. We irled
everything we could think or bear of
but were unable to get relief. After
two months of suffering we r
duced to trj VsnWert's Balaam. B. fore
the thlM bottle was gone our cou
had entirely disappeared ai d we were
as well as ever. 1 cannot say too much
In i.ralxeof this wonderful remedy.
Trial alses free. K. W. Adams the
English Spavin Llrlmenl removes all
a. .a ..rt nr OnlloilS-cl Luni and
Blemishes from horses Bloo-I Spavin,
r.irhs. SDilnts. Sweeney Ring-bone,
Ki.r.lnn. all Swollen riiroat.
, h. tin. Save 160 bv use of one
boule ' Warranted.' Sold by W E
Adams, Drugglst.Wellington.0. 44 20t
' Bangor, Mich., March 21, '88.
rp. whfim I r mil vonnern !
Thiili tnnrtlfv that I have suffered
all winter with a severe attaek of rheu
mutism, and wss about to ask to lie if
linend from mv Dosltlon, as I was not
able to work. After trying many rem
riina ami ffttln no relief. I saw II III s
I.a advertised. I asked
.... AFmrfriitto order some (or me
.ommn.l taking It ss per dlreoilous
and received good results from It with
in one week. Arter laaing mm imn
tlei I am happy to say 1 am nearly
although 1 shall continue
rotako Ar thro-phon-l a untlll drive
the disease out oi mv bjsm-ih. .u
...t.inivrenommend It as the best rem.
ad forrheumatlsiu that I know of. and
aannoissy sou uiutu . ...
annui. j M. Remington,
AgentC.4 W.M.B K.
Sold by Fred. D. Felt.
The Handiomest Lady
In Wellington remarked to a friend the
.k..t.ihaiih knew Kemp's Balsam
for the Throat sod Lungs was a supeiior
hn nthnr couch remedies had no effect
whatever. So to prove this and convlce
jnn of It merit, any druggist will give -ou
a sample bottle free. Large size 80 cents
and one dollar.
' v Detroit, Mich., March li. '88.
Oentleuieu lhave for year been
sufferer from chmnlo rheumailsm ; at
tlmifrkrvaerelv. During late at
tack I have exoerlenoed mora relief
from taking- one bottle of votir Ar-thro-
Dhon-l-athsn from any remedy I have
hitherto used. Its action has been very
prompt, and without an derangement
Ieh. rnmvnh nr other oreans. I km
o much pieasea witn u arnuu m.v .
shall oontlnue Its use when I have the
alii trouble to com on again, am rocom
'mend It to my friends In like affliction
.' . RwannptfullV VOUrS.
S. 8. Robinson, 18 Bralnard 8t,
Bold by F.D. Felt.
Briobt's Dif eask Ccbkd Three years
ago 1 was attacked wnn sianej tnmuie,
hirh in a few months Vrmlnsied la
n.tirhl'arlluiaaa. Mv Dhvslclan saU mv
raJ was Incurable. I tried different
tki.o .nit mnlad bo benefit nntll
frland persnaded me to try Dr. Bordlck's
Kldneycure. i seni anu u o-f..-,
k.rr... ii. .i waa half cons I felt a change,
One bottle removed from my bodv and
limha flftMn rvounds of water, which had
been very badly awollen I used twelve
.. sntlralv cured, and never
PUIUPI WU i t
htd any return ot tne otseasn sidcb. i
.mm Mrimmend this medicine to all
infferlng with kidney or liver tronblw, to
WblCD 1 "we mj iiio. ; ; :
Respectfully yours, '
. Elmkh jAcasoit, Wooobnry, N. J.
75 cent and 1. F D Felt. 45.1m
.. hi .
, ... Itch, Msnge, and Scratches on bnman
r animals cured in W) minmes oy nooi
tnrd's Banltarr Lotion. This never tall.
told aw K.W.AAms,Draglst, Welling.
LW MIES. ORDERED TO SAIl
Btrlitee In New York, Syracuse, ' The War Ships Alert, Rlohmond
Buffalo, and St. Louie.
Carpenters of Syracuse and Buffalo
Demand Ten Honrs' ray lor
Uine Houn' 7ork,
Will be Sent at Once to ake the
Place of the Wrecked Teasels.
While Tbfilr Brethren In St, Louis Aik for
an Klgbt-llour Uajr rramers of New .
York, llrookljn and Jtney CM Vool
l lielr Iatoroata.
Btbacusb, N. Y., April a.-The different
branohes of the Carpenters' Union and
Joiners sod Builders' Onion In this city or
dered its members to quit work for the dsy
at five o'clock last night, and tiereatter te
work only nine hours for a day's work,
Eaoh uulon man must also work for sot less
than H4 cents an hour, and must not work
with non-union men. The boss carpenters
have issued the following notice t "Re
solved, That we tho employers of carpen
ter and jo'ner labor of Syracuse, will not re
tain in our employ any man who will not
tabor ten ho rs for a day's work ; and that
each employer will aettle with bis employes
Indl vidua. ly." The bosses say that if the
m n retuse to work ten hours they will have
to leave their places.
Nsw Youk. April 2. Yesterday the
Frame! ' Union submitted Its agreement to
the employers in this city. The men met
"unday and decided that a demand should
bi made for the equalzatlon of wages
In tbi city, Brook yn and Jertey City. An
agreement binding the employers to pay
forty cents por hour for day work and
double prloe for over-time and Sunday work
wa accordingly submitted yesterday morn
ing to the boss's who bad nt already
signed the agreement in accordance with
these term. Ttin awe nont ii binding un
til Mav 1 next. Bo fur iibo.it twonty-flve of
the lafne teTi'dovers have airr jed to the
domunds of the ni'm. About 150 men are
altva ly nut.
The Uurmun Pnliitors' Union mide I'aeir
dem iml ynstonJav for a uniform rnto of
.i..'i0 fur nino hour' w-k pir day. Of the
1,100 men1"r of llio union, about W) are
ge' tin that figure. 1 h i br.sson we'i ailccd,
In sh ps wheru only tnro) uo lars werj De
tail p ild, lo cr int. the lncn-ae. The domand
wai in severa' instances granted, but only
tw ;nty employer, ynt rofuse to coucede the
tormii domandod by the men.
Bt rrxLO, N. Y. Anril i. About B0j mem
bers of the Ca rem ers and JolnorV Union
and 2U0 meuibors of the Painters' Union
truck work yesterday became the boses
refuted to allow nine hours as a full day's
work be;lnn ng April 1. The bosses aro
willing to concede nine hnnrs, boglnnlng on
the 1st of June, bu' not before. Both of the
rtrlklog organization hsve established
beadquartors. Tbe bosses nave not yet ae-
eidod what to do.
The striking journeymen carpenters met
at Central Turner Hall Monday morning and
appointed committees to look aftor tho In
terests of the strikers. The men are Arm
In tbeir position, snd as the boss carpenters
decline to reoognlze the dements or Inelr
former employes a bitter st mgirle ia prob
able. Work on a largt numbor of buildings
s b Jen supandcd snl there is m h sollcl-
tu le as to the ouV-ome of the trouble.
Rr. Louis, Ap-ll 8. -A bout 1.300 of the
2,000 carpenters In this olty went on a si rlke
yftterdav. The causes leadin to this action
are the demand of tbe men for an elght-bnur
day and forty cent por hour ai standard
wares. The bosses S"em to nave generally
eononled tho eUht-hour day, but are divided
about the waea,manyof them being un-
wililni'to rlva more than thirty cents per
hour, la addl Ion to this tbe men are much
agitated over tbe faet that the bosses par
sUtantly (snore the Brotherhood of Carpen
ters" and thoy say they are detsrmlucd to
have rreiffnttlon as an orjranliatlon. W,
IL KUrer. vice president of the Brotherhood
of Carpenters and Joiners, nas b- en In the
city several weeks baa been active In work
In up the movement and bai oherge of the
strike. - .
faoviDstca, it. I., April xne ueraiey
weavers are stlu out and are sreally en.
courased by words of sympathy from the
Cathollo pneat of the village, delivered dur
ing bis Sunday dlscoi'Si. They olalm also
to have offers of financial help. Monday
tbe m de splnnors in tbe same mill, thirty
in number, left work. Tbey claim that their
waires dropped twu d dlars per wee c while
working with yarn wbloh they think Is
finer then tbe Wo. 1 site. Yestordav tbe
order waa Issued to change from siie No. 42
to No. 58 yarn and the spinners w nt out
until tbev oould consider the matter.
DsMVsa, Col.. April X-Over30J painters
stniok yesterday for a reduction of hours
from nine to eight, with same pay per day
as heretofore. The employers have tele
graphed east for men.
Description of Thalr Armament, Siaa and
Equipment Work on tne Charleston Be.
. Ins; Hurried Forward. '
WisaiKOTOtt, April 2.-At the Navy De
partment ye-terday there was a dearth of
news oonoernlng the Samoan disaster. Tbe
Secretary of the Navy has oabled to Auok
Isnlthat the men of tbe wracked vessels
Trenton, Vandaiia and Nlpslo are to be
taken to San Francisco. The instructions
given some days ago to burry forward the
preparation of the Charleston, now being
built at Ban Frauotsco, have been reiterated
and every effort will be msde to get her
guns and gun carriages transported over.
: land at the earliest possible moment. The
guns are ready at the proving ground at
Annapolis and the carriages are aoout com
pleted at the Washington ordnance foundry.
Secretary Tracy has received replies to
telegrams ent to tbe commander of the
Alert That vessel is in excellent condition
! and can leave Honolulu, where she Is now
' stationed, at once. She has bn ordered
to do this and will reach Apia in about
thirty days. Tbe Rlohmond is attached to
i tbe South Atlantic aqua ron and la now at
the mouth of the La Platte river, sna win
probably be at Apia shortly after the Alert
arrives. It wl 1 take about ten daya to get
tlio Adam ready for sea. The veasel is now
at Mare Island and orders have been Issued
to put her in condition for sea. 8he will ar
rive at Apia within a wee after the arrival
ef theAertand following closely on the
The thiei vesaols that will take thep'aoes
of the Amnrloan war blps that were de
stroyed at Apia d not compare in size,
spied and sinngth with the latter. The
Richmond Is the lamest of the ships that
wl I b i aeut to tbe Islands. She was built
at Norfolk bv tho Government in 1858. Her
dl-p neament Is 2 700 tons. While ber spoed
Is set doivn at 95 knots per hour, it is proba
ble that she will not realite that rate. Her
btt terl 's consist of two: ve nine-inch smooth
bore kuis; one elght-lncb muixlo-loading
rifle; one sixty-pound breech-loading rifle;
two twniy-pmnd breech-loading rifles;
four rifled cannon; one imrve-ioen oreecn
loading rifle; e is Oatllng and two twelve
pound -mooth bore rifle . She has a com
plement of twenty-nine officers and 821 men.
She is commanded by Captain Allen V.
The Alert is commanded by uommanoer
James D. Graham, una ts one ox lunn
Roach's ships, and was bulls oy mm at
Chester, Ps., between 1878 and 1878. Her
rig ia that of a bark; her length 178 feet and
her speed Is estimated at tea knota an hour.
Her battery consists oi one eieven-mon
smooth-bore run; two nine-inch smooth
bores; one sixty-pound breech-load ng rifle;
one three-Inch breeon-ioaaing nne; one
twelve pound smooth-bore ho witter; one
O tiling and two rifled cannon. BhS has
twelve officers ana 11 men.
The dot ill of offloera for the Adams has
n t yet been made, and detail cle-ks at the
Navy Department are ousiij enugoa in se
lecting the men. A numbsr of shipwrecked
blue Jackets from the Ill-fated vessels will
probably compose part of her crew. The
Adams Is a woodea vessel oi we intra rate.
Sbe was built between 1874 and 1878 at Bos
ton, by McKav and the Government. She
Is 183 feet long. ' Her displacement la 1.871
tons ber indicated horse power 550, and her
speed 8.8 knots per hour. The Adams car
ries twenty o (Boors snd 118 men. Her arm
ament Is oomnesed of she fa Mnoh smooth-
boreal one eight-Inch mi ssle-loading riBe;
one sixty-p a muss voamng noe; one
three-Inch brceih-loailng rifle; one twelve-
pound smooth-bore howitser; two rifled
oannon and one Getting. .
Fear Children Drowned.
CuTO!, Uo April a John Boyles, of
the southern! part of this county, on Sun
day atteiopte J. with his wife and six chil
dren, to drive in a wagon across Grand
river, which was Vitally swollen with Sat
urday's rain. When tbey reachod tbe mid.
die of the stream tbe wagon was over
turned and four of tbe children were
drowned. Mr. Boyles, by borolc efforts.
managed to save his wif and two obildren
The oldest of those drowned was a girl
fourteen years ot age.
Ci.evxukSD, O., April H A spevlil ' am
Flndlar. O.. says that the directors of the
New York Mahoning A We t -rn and tbos i
of tbe Ohio, Indiana Miasou I Rlv.tr rail
road met there yesterday and completed
the consolidation of the two roads under
the name of the American Midland, with
the following roster of offluerst Pr si lent,
William Thonvs, of New Yorkt vice preat
Ident, Davis Johnson. New York; treasurer.
James F. Cox,) of new York; creury,
Theodore Futnetvignam, oi new xora.
KmbMsler West's Prophecy, -
' ToaoxTO, Ont, April X John Lee West.
the New Orleans embezxler who. whan ar
rested last week ei pressed his willingness
to to bark for trial ao w refuses to do so an
til oomnelled by law. This dutermlnstloo
followed aa Interview with R. G. Harnett,
who now awaits his trial for wrecking th
Central bank here. We it pmph -ales that
when Harrison's administration Is In Work
tng order Canada Will be flioded with
Ua.ted Btates offiolals whoie books can not
bear Uupectloa. . ..
Pobtlawd, Ore.,: April 2. Atrut nine
o'olook last night a meieor of rvimarksbls
brilliancy, from which myriads of small
stars of nearly all eoloi-s whirled of oa
every side, was seen to eross the beavi ns la
a northwesterly d notion, its ta I extending
over nearly tha whole sky. It was visible
about ten seconds and disappeared a few
dVgrees from the hortsoa.-. . ; ' j
eaaUr Teller's Seaalble Mare, - I
WiSHiKOTO, April 1 la the Benate yes
terday Mr, Toller offered a resolution pro
posing open sea dons of the Senate Indis
posing of nominations. lie made a brief
speeuh la which he advooa ted open sesstosa
exoept on questions of an international
oharaoter. The resolution was referred,
AN ENTIRE FAMILY CREMATED.
A Mother aad Three Ohtldrea Bnrned to
, Death Bvldenee Showing Thai the Wo.
man Caused the Fire.
Milwickbi. April S. Mrs. Margaret Kin
leln and ber three obildren were burned to
death In their borne, No. 554 Fifteenth
street, early yesterday morning. Tbe house
Is a small two-story frame building, and
Mrs. Klnleln, with her children, occupied
tbe three rooms on tbe lower floor. Up
stairs an old man named Lawrence Jung
lived with his son and two daughters, and
tbey were awakened about two o'clock by
the smell of smoke, wbioh seemed to come
from the room below. The son got up
and going outside saw smoke pouring from
the lower room. He smssbed in a window,
but got ao response ana then turned In a Are
It waa au awful sight that met the fire
men. On the lower floor there were three
rooms, and In the middle room, the doors of
wbloh had been tightly closed, the charred
bodies of Mrs. Klnleln and two sons, John
snd George, aged six and four respectively,
were found. Later the body of the infant
too. Richard, aged two years was found In
tbe basement, a hole having burned through
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PIANOS p ORGANS
Tho Estey Piano and Orcran are known in everv niirt nf
.L . a v. -il- lit.. j .1 l-l , 1
u Bu.t, lomuiD as iwi Uic civnizcu giouc aim wnuc otncr instruments are sold
mother had deliberately burned herself and
her children to death. Tbey had all occu
pied the ssme bed. The smoke from the
lira built beneath It had smothered them ell.
Mrs. Klnletn's body wss terrlb y disfigured.
The clothing and balr had been burned off
and her feet were nearly gone. Mrs. Kin
leln's husband died about two months ago
and she sunrjorted herself by taking in
AN UNPRECEDENTED RUN.
A LoeomotlT Drawing an Eipress Train
of Nine Coaches Arrives at Buffalo From
Jarei-y City After the Longest Hon Ever
Made by a Slngla Knglne.
BorriU). N. Y., April 2. A party of New
York Journalists representing all the New
York liapors, the Associated and United
Press, sr-tved here lest night over the Erie
road from Jersey C ty in a Pullman coach
attached to the regular day express. Tbe
party were Jointly the guests of the Strong
Locomotive C impany, of Philadelphia, and
the Erie Railroad Comptny. The occasion
was the testing of a new and improved loco
motive built by tbe Strong company, and
with which It was proposed to make tbe en
tire run 438 miles tbe longest ever made
by a single engine.
Tbe ordinary runs of locomotives do not
as a rule exceed much more tbin too miles.
This new production of mechanical art ex
ceeded the expe tatlons or the most san
guine. It was subjected to the severest
test d uring the run, snd proved lt-elf to be
a vast Improvement on the englnea now
used. At several points it exhibited a nign
rate of speed, some parts of tbe Journey be
ing made at the rate of over a mile a min-
claiming to be
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The hardened mortal has not been found to sav
prepared to furnish a superior.
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Is ageut for the celebrated 1
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mlibap Md but llttlo. If toy, the worM for
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trllSoonslstodef nine oa. and leit Jery PnCCS f 10111 $10 tO $15. Call aild See theHl
I 'I I st sat. Q '3A as. m. I
City at 9 :34 a.m.
PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT.
Wellington Monumental Works.
A M isd Tteket aUeeted.
CixcixxATt. O.. April 1 Tbe Interest la
rastardav a election waa occasioned by the
reform movement, led bv Daniel Btooa, to
strictly enfor.'S) the law regarding the sals
of beer on (Sunday. The contest resulted In
the election of a mixed ticket, four Repub
licans atid four Democrats. Mosby. Rnpnb
li.ta.rt. for mayor, bat a plurality of about
500. General Hoyea. for Judge of tbs Su
perior Court; Horstm in, lor city solicitor,
and Zle ler, for treasurer, were elected.
Tbe Democrats who woo were: Stevens,
for comptroller; Ermston. lor police Judge;
Corcoran, for prosecuting attorney of tee
police court, and Hooker, for infirmary di
rector. Btooe, the Cltisens' candidate for
mayor, received snout t,w vosia.
A SJysterioee sterrterv
LxxtKOTOR, Ky., April I Monday morn,
ing Betty 8hay, a whlu dome tie, aged
twenty-one, waa brutally murdered in her
room at hor emoleyers home. A shawl was
wranpHI tightly around bar bead. Her
skull was crushed la by some blunt Instru
ment, and she bsd been dead probably sti
iiours when dlsoivered. She was In her
night clothes. There la no slew to the mur
derer and the police are mystified. Hle
Shay had many scqualntancea and was
popular and tbe affair causes greet excite
The Confederate Soldiers' Hoaae.
Raw Toe. April 1 The Legislature of
Texsa has leased tbe old Huts Caul tot for
Bve years to the Confederate Soldiers'
Home, at a rental of five d illara a year. The
building will be used aa tbe borne. It pro
duces II.KM a year In rents, ao that the
hums will have a steady ' revenue. Tbe
T -xas constitution would not allow a direst
appropriatl'in of money for the purpose, so
tS.it tills metnod 01 aiuing inn cnaniy was
adopted. "" ',"..
White O pa Street a OasaMIng Den. ' '
PirrsviiLD, HI., April 3,-WhlU (Japs
vbiiied this olty Sunday and almost totally
destroyed the windows and sash le tbe
building occupied by Cha les Martin, a
nesrn running a re-taurant aad gamb Ing
dee. 1 buy notified blm tbey won d bang
hli If he agaia open, d bis p a e of bu Inees,
Arrlilentallr Shot and Killed Hlm.elt
Wnut Wit a a. Ind.. AdtII 1 Ororge
Oavln. aged eighteen years, an employe of
the Nickel Plate Railroad company as uiis
nlam. while narelesaiy handling a pistol
yesterday mernlng aooldentally ahothlmself
In the abdomen sad died In twenty mlnutta,
Kill-el Hla rer.la-La.
Ci-avsLiSD, O., April 1 A special to tbe
Lrsvlerfrom Basoom, Beneoa County, O.,
aavs that William Ureeo. a orippled fld
die.-, want yesterday to tbe home of his
a .o-in-law. fbUlp Miller, with whom be had
not oes oa very frien dly terms, to Invite
him to an evening party at Ureen's house.
A dlsnuts arose betwe-m them, when Miller
SHtasa sn axe and stnscli Ores a twice on the
bend. InBloitng fatal Injuria. Miller ,1a la
J-U. . .
' ' Rket Their e'aitsw aad Kseape
LaxtiroTOis. JTv.. April 1 Sevan desper
ate prisoners Bonder night attacked tbs
kaeoer ef tbe werUkease. bu nvsa, ais-
armed hira, shot him perhaps fatally and
soaped. The are still at Urge, .
."ft. "i.'i- v..
The tUdnctlon for Slnreh waa Orer slS,.
OOO.OOO Iacrrase la the Barplna.
WASHigoTOK, AprU 1 The reduotlon la
tbe Dubllc debt dnriog March past amounted
to 1I8, fA and for the first nlna months
of tbe current fiscal year. aw.WO.tM. The
total debt leu oash In the treasury la now
al.U4.rMa.wa. Tbe net oash or surplus In
tbe treasury Is os.OOg.SIM, against 4o,0M,16S
a month ago. The gold fund balaooe In tbe
tundbXosnowamounutieo.rso- Granite Monuments tP Tombstones,
aa, mi . nMMmmait wvilnfa snHnar 14 avrrth I T
TJ. - uVTsjiuuiVMS wwtr - - 1 -
were 31,013,W1, against 18 867,878 la March,
IMS. Receipts from all souroes for the first
sine months of the eurrent year aggregate
a,'J34,41i, or 13,000 090 more than for tbe
evirruapondlng montns oi tne preoeaing nsesi
Customs revenue and Internal revenue re
eelpta were each about 13,000 000 heavier
during the past aloe months than during
ths first three-quarters of the preceding Ba
nal sear, while receipts from miscellaneous
souraee were 13,000,000 less. Expenditures
during tbe past month were Il7,i)rj8,ws, or
about e7500 more aoaa in atarcn, ins
ExDeoditures for the peat nine months were
t2Al,81S.8A, or nearly forty millions more
than daring tbe same psnoa oi me preooa
ing fiscal year.
Horrible Crime Canned by Ketlgloas
Jicksox. Ho April S.-8heriS Huskey,
of Bellinger County, yesterday placed lo
Jail Mrs. Amanda Lasater. eharged with
murder, ana ner nuauann, saunraa, aa an
eeeaory. Lasater reoaauy sxsns a reug-
loua orank and oompeliea nis wire to sunn-
ale their fourtern monlbs-oia child aa as
rlflca. claiming that the Almighty had prom
ised to ra-urrect tbe obild on the third day.
When Lasater waa arrested be had been
carrying the dead Infant la his anna for two
days. : . ' -
BaLt-oiA7HTt.pi. Joasph we have furnished that iscrumblini- or hows signs of decay
Delano waa arrested last week charged wltn
kllllnc the little daughter or J. w. Brock-
well on the Jamea river, la Virginia, by a
stray rifle shot fired at wild geese from De-
luo'i tn,a a telegram was reoeivea yea-
tnlar from Governor Lee, of VlrglolA
sutlog that he would not issue a requisition
and dlaxited the eanUla's release. .The kill
ing we. purely aoddentaL Delano not know
Ing anything of It until hi arrival tn this
pork .. -AlasosS
a Cleaa Sweep.
Ci.svm.ixd, O.. April I With tbe axoop-
tlon of polios Judge and ponoa proecuior.
tbe eMlre tVpubiioaa dty ticket seems at
this hour (midnight) to be elected by small
pluralities. Gardner dsfeata Farley for
ma or bv about 800 majority. The election
was devoid of especial lo'erest and the vole
waa very. light Bpeetals from different
towns and villages throughout the Btate In-
every btlo and variety, ew Eng
land Oranite a specialty. Cull and Bee
as before purchasing. Wo DO
deal in the (so called) everlnbting White
Bronze. It will etain, rust and crack.
Do not take oui statement for it bat
0ome with us and we will show yon the
A present of 500.00 in Cash will be given to any
person who will show us a Monument of American Granite
Our Next President
TO THE PUBLIC:
' WI lOBVIT 001
f 0UCULA fcr jssr Had son-'
reasedr pat ap lo sell for a cent a
aosa. We chsllsags ths world to
produce a andldae equal ta It in
writ aa a fcunlly remedy. The
aamWnaUea a las it the greatest
IN THE WORLD.
PAICSH IAHA0. As aUntln , h will re-
dloate little Obange ia the vote exoept Where I eat dim or grtiMiig. and nas nmarkable virtus ia
l,.l UUM rhenmd the results. e strss of kaMleal eemdnatian, IndignUoa.
" I ui iomc lor bm stuaack a baa
T.JTT i ... DUCl COHOSH. this Us paw-.
ULBrabaauk u., jiru 1 u lui snd umIuI rsimar, acuog prii
and as a toak (or tbs stwaack
earn In thl svraa.
ae ttval, as
Tonngstown. O., says: Tbe nut and bolt
wrks of Arms, Bell uo.. employing vuu
men, were eotirely destroyed by fire last
a.anlnr. Looa. OOOt Insured for IU,I00.
Tbe Ba nes spread to tbe warehouse and
anelna house of Brown, Bonnell A Co.'i
rolling mill, which were also destroyed.
Lass, 18,000; fully Insured.
, r A Ooaeral saas-Uowa.
u PirrstiCaoH. April t-Durlng the presenl
week there will be a general ai.nt-dowaat
oil of the coal mines along the MoBongahals
river and over ,0 A coal mlaers thrown pal
of employment Indefinitely. Tbeooeltreds
lain bad shape, there Being little or ao da
mand, with ever 6 000,000 bus hale in the aar
bor awaiting oroero ior aospmoBt.
Q" ljaaaslsors aa Trial.
Ossbva, HL, AprU t-Aftor aearly
week's examlnaUoa. a Jury waa selected
yeaterday to try George Ooddlng an
Thomas Brodsriok for the alleged Burtloa
ton dynamite oonsptracy. Informer Bowlat
waa the flrat witoeaa. His evldsnoe Was
eubsUntlaily the same as that given by ala
eunlv oa Uie
eerrmm STStrm, hidnsye and ttterine organs.
UnHCORR. 00T. a aU rftarasceor woanea tt
sumis Arst .nj fonraust as s fcioic snil rrgnlator.
lis valur rannot as evercatimaled ss ascd hareta,
TAMAI&Ck a touic, diantic, alterauts sad SU
IT NEVER FAILS.
No frmc llrs konwa so highly
endorsed by lis borne prnple, bt
tits tsaatntamt a khetansU.m snd
sll Hlood Diseasrs. Our Medical
PamDhkt. trratiasr on It lww.ua-
tlan, ami sll 11 Iml aad Fsrssla
Uiiaaas, ami in oa sppiKaUba
Cutvtg goui uaa'"rr.-,,x
ing with graatanenrv ea the liter. It Is '
sa excel lent
Tonlr. lautWe and sruradoe. aeUMr
apon ItM-sarrrtiraand stauOant guuwsal iw or-nj.
MANOR Alt Is powsrful In lis sow nrtl,
Kiih irmt snrrgr apoa the MveranSeaieU B-
IraUnsai aad ia
enrrrvarna Oie Mersnas
lavmmbl used for habitaal
nannCI hs ao equal for Ike rare of H hentnUr,
i iTypUs. Kidnex, User and aU Skin Uinsssa,
as nm ftrmn, m . , .
Pngl RQQT tsesutoticsnd sntl-scroriiloiis: hajhly .
cammed lor lu rirtoea in curing (iout, Hacaiul
Una. kpbiUs, Bona'aKCaoost aad aU hkin Dtsasaaa.
IN ADDITION to th ABOVE, whir are evarrwaers f1 JE''
FACULTY as bung Uw bust knows Blood Tooics, our ssedVioe contains RARE DRUOS, raaSarsig
H i bbard's R heumatic Syrup
UKFIVAI.ED in awrtt. tt is a Safe ramll Madletaa, berasse It contains no aoieoa or eplataa,
Children. Inralidi snd dcllcale oerauns w..l lind It the hat medicine snd tome tat caa eae. hsimu
houkl be wlUwMt U. Always U season, Strimf, Stmmtr, AUnm eae a srr. ,
It you cannot procure It ol roar druiwist, send direct lo aa rnce emues iv "
TPCTiMnuiAi o. wnRTHY OP CONFIDENCE. - r
BseSajf SS Ve a W a r awaw wsrwawaaai-w- ' - ---
My daughter Maud has used Hlbbsrd's Rhea-
BMUC kfruil sod Plasters, whicli you SO Sa-nngly
reronimei ndrd her lo try foe InaaainuUs-y rheama
Ham. Mar Ileitis were hadlf swollen, and I ha poor
girlwastetorrihlesgOBr. la the audite Uie pala
we wound Ihe PlssUrs about her llmhe, snd, se a
arault the swelling waa radarad and eke bereaat
oulet and tasted.. Ins syrup corrected ber iadias
uon, dcanaad ths rheamalk poison from hor blood,
aad she is aow able la be areond the koaes. Hlb
bsrd's RheumsUc Strap aad Plasters are riwidiee
of great nwrll. svj. Hoesrsv
Pastor First U. X. Chnrre, Freraont, Mkk.
Aisim. M leh Dec. so. iff.Wklle emolo-ml as
agent of Ihe Michigan Central Railroad Com pout a)
Augusta, Mich- about seven fears ago, my kioWaa
heeame diaeaeej, aad I save keaa a great saarre
ear since. 1 Hate consaUad the leading phratcienaj
et Oils dtT snd Ana Arhor, and all pronoun w fi
see Bright's aissaea. aunenng anorr a vert M-rerw
attack in October last, bee an eUlne HUmard a Nhaal
ma tic ayrwa, and sas SrJ, a wall ataa. ll anorak
ma alaaaan In louder augcrine- kamanilt an gnu
that I can, and la
to eav that I Ihiak It the g
aisauaH awhuns tn uA
K. Laasn saa. Ageat hi. C. R. fcV .
A OURE CURE FOR RHCUr.1ATlQf.