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Laura Walt Warren, aged ,eMV.7
, afternoon ftl
nt"- UTS. Ta.aon. omol.tlug. i
S.aiw.'r.'cttriath. new e.n.
llaP 1IIB1B. BIKUI OTWVBVS -
rv-1 of alum tu u. ir--;.v- i. vradania in the
Urel r"U BlihlbiU "T, New York, February-, 8h. had
11 the use Ol 1 i. H I 7" .. . ...... .Iri.n all 01 wnom
2 manufacture ol baaing ' ;7n ESSt A. moved
oowder law c- h.rintto. New York.
afltardcle ot-H- r, - --7 i41. .he ws. married
i,iTIiuKiHtowreBt for wimuk i r.uthar Dai Warren vaow uw r
health." .- wf.L. ."': ,. hrm llfe't latMt
".Th. Common mJKl-XS .7.0 old age,'
Mmes of Ukmg powers "1 'i, theirs.
ii to be made irom amu. -
ALCM BAMSQ POWDKBS.
Ohio uwe "v""
.... and Food Com-
ried the following
MSiaefttlone: . . . 1,
01 eium with
. nf till I
tteace. u " . . .
ci u the. manuiawu ---" r ta
-Baking powaCrrr"- Pirti.ll
TTTT vwrrnPiHSW. WKDXESDAY. APRIL 10
J. V. WILBUR,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Creamery anft . Cheese Factory
AND DAIRY SUPPLIES
,V,', ? J; ... Headquarters for
New and Nobby Goods
Suits manufactured in the very latest Eastern styles and
all wort guaranteed ar ., , f , , . ,
R. S. HOLLENBACH'S, C
THE MERCHANT TAILOR.
Have ix different kinds; all ot which are of the latest and most im-
proted patterns. Call and see tnem
r " , 1J i nirr oil tlflf ftCtlOn. ,
Special attention given to Eave Spoubngand general jobbing
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER I
r.r Druggist and Optician,
Pi out ReplM Correiponttt.l
Washidgtom, April 5, 1889.
-m..D..MAntlaatlast (teUlnga little
breathing time, now that the Senate hai
a -a ii,. nfllcti eeekeri bare
fc-co noUfled that he proposes to take W
own time In making the rest of the ip
The toUl number of ap-
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James Rust was born November 10th
.001 i wiotmnr.Und. Oneida count;
IOC? 1U " .
N.T. When he was sir years of age,
with hli mother to BrlgUton, v
in hb at the see of twelve, he was
.t m. nan rMionrces and was
UIVWD UIWU - .
t i a - ..If mftdii mftn.
tt. .,i-Av.a hi first course ot meaicai
UB hwhuv". .
i.nr.. .t th Western Reserve College
m nhin In 18S2. After flnlsh-
ing this course of lectures he purchased a
i .nit nnr.nld a1 store in
IDCK Ul ui - ; .1 , . .
Wellington, 0. In 1863 he disposed 01 mejL.it In T TT WoOleV S bUllCUJlgt a
hi. drurore and again entered meaicai I am TAOW Settled III J. tl. W OOlCy "ui
college to complete his professional
studies graduating irom wo w'"'""
Homeopathic Uoiiege in 100.
In my New Gold Tinged Quarters.
After graduating he at once began the
.will carry a full line of
sen ntmimil. 1 UO Wm - " I AftAT tTTMailBblOK Uv
nointmenU to date U slightly In advance ce 0, medcine m Wellington,
of the number maae uj -- where he Has ever since wu-v...-. . .... j : M. r
doriogthesametlme. A large nomgor i tn professional work, wiring Of which I invite and urge the puDUO w cau nuu movw.
Jmportant positions remain tt .beflUed and h, WM Mldom 1U and his sud- . clpgQ gud t'dy and will be kept BO. My stock will CM-
heVwillbe1Ju.ta.na.ih.PrMid.n, den d.lth WM t iurprue .d shock to the quarters , condition. Polite and attentive clerks
wholecommunlty. An unt goods to
flent en lunuout. a 1 nre resunea id uusuuiuui-t D 1 ounnjo 01
. ji t..t f MlnlMter to I ... V. him that wall . T. . Un.
tv be menuonou - -- rer ming h uuuo 1 nninc insias uw ooivviwvw
' , nvi.. i. Pnhlln nrtnter. I ... . ., -1 ... .1- fUr thai
Oermany ana wuw 1 poislDie, ne uvea uu aim
! nf tha nenaral Land Office, I . , . ... a.a rfiaMs.
jommiaaiuuw v - idtmiuu vi iuv
i, of Indian anaira nu
Superintendent of the Bureau of B njjrav.
ing and Printing, for each of which there
, number ot prominent candidates.
I have It on excellent authority that the
. wjectlon of the nomination ol Murat
Balsted to be Minister to Germany by the
Senate will not prevent that gentleman s
being sent there. The President, according
to my Informant, ociievei ui
Dumber those Republican Senators
who for personal reasons voted against
the confirmation or Mr. Halstead's nom
ination, will have seen the mistake they
Bade and be prepared to confirm him.
At any rate It Is thought they are to be
Wen an opportunity of daing so and that
Mr. Halsted wlllehortly reelve bis ap
pointment as Minister o Germany, the
duties of which position be will perform
from'thedateofhissrrlvalat Berlin un
til the Senate shall reject him again,
which the President does not believe It
will do. . t ,
All this, however, is merely the oplnon
. think thev know, while
there are others who say Mr. Halsted
would never accept the appointment nn-
4r such circumstances. ,
Before adjourning ihe Beuete confirmed
neatly all the nominations made by the
President. Among the few oiiacted upon
.u.fW I irrslueedt to be U.
-war iu"o " .
8 Marshal for Ihe Eatiwo District d
Loulsana,andW. n. Wblieman to be
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
of New Mexico.
The first State reception of the present
administration took place on Tuesday
evening. Itwasbeld In honor of the
Prince and PrlncebS Takehlto, of Jspan,
who are making a tour of America. The
following was the receiving party 1 .The
President and Mrs. Harrison, Secretary
Proctoi and Mrs. Blaine, Btcreiarj uiaiu.
and Mrs. Wlndom, Secretary Tracy
tod Mrs. Wilmerdlng. Secretary and Mrs.
Rusk, Dr. Scott and Mrs. Scott Lord, la
ther and sister ol Mrs. Harrison, Mr. and
u M.ir. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Herri-
MliU. " .
uu. wrtrVnt Blaine and Miss
BOD, O .... r I
11... Rarreuirv Halford and Miss Llna
1 k 4.itnn from Brooklyn (N. YJ G
a R man called on the President ihU
W .n nrawntfld him with a TCSOlU
tion of thanks adopted by all the Posts
of that clvy, for the appointment 01 wir
Doral Tanner as Commissioner of Pen-
f.-.M.r.hla rommcnt was caused here
by the acllon of the Senate on the day of
. .... 1 ...Inn
It. .(Knnrnm.nt In KESra VI B itauiuuw
n( Cun.tnr Rtum art's axDreaslng the tor
r ,v.. Hun.ia at the death Of the
UH VI NIV KJVt' -
' tnn.,r4n,. : Knirlinh Statesman, John
dm w.rvhodv thought the rteelu
Hon would be past unanimously, as this
.m u nnder deco and lasting ob
11.-1iA.fa. Mr. Briirht for the fearless
jnanner In which he stood by the Union
the rebellion. Great therelore
k....rnriu athan It was decided to
Mf tha reaolntlon to the committee on
tjm affairs, on the around that Ills
Adoption might establish a precldent which
' w-.uld possibly make trouble In the future.
rw.h not Ukelvto be another John
Rrlffht toon, and therefore most people
think the fears of the Seuate were ground
Ayer'snalrVlgorUa most excellent
' rr .1 h. h.ir I sneak of it
fVom eiperleoce, lu use promotes the
, irowth olnew hair, and makes Its glossy
, Sid soft. The Vigor is a sure cure tor
Slndrnff'-J W Brown, Editor Enquirer,
. . . a . n.i, tfilanra houra 1
pmfler tbU excu and here hyon fw
to try Ar-thre-phon-1- for rheumatism. of
- 1 . -a1 Hill's Peerless
r"f,nT. Tews cure. Mo cure, no
than his could not be experienced, Loath
to leave bis family and friends he was
nevertheless, willing and happy to an
swer the summons oT the Master. He
.-ar.nl afraid to so. Death to blm had
00 sting and he felt that he was golngOo
dwell In a place prepared for him.
In his death the family lose a kind hus
band and an Indulgent lather. The com
munity has lost a skilful and true pnysi
clan and ft loyal citizen who will be missed
more and more as time goes on. Msy we
lollow In his footsteps and
'Bo live, that when our summons comes to Join
The iDnumersble caravan, whleh moves
Te that mysterious realm, where each shall
His chamber la the silent halls ot death. "
We may "approach our grave
Like one who wraps the drapery ot his eouoa
About htm and lies down to pleasant dreams.
bebolvtioks or taa oaosa or aorai. -ao-w.
Death, in doing his constant work.hu
taken from our midst Dr. James Rust
natrlotie citizen, ft beloved brother of our
wdub erder, ft devoted nusoana,
PHOTO-ALBUMS Very Choice. . . , ' 1
SCRAP BOOKS A full line.
PAPETERIES In late designs.
FINE BTATiUJNJSlSI and writing materials. v
NEW PUBLICATIONS, selected with reference to perma
nent value and to meet all tastes.
LIBRARY SETS of standard works.
. CHEAP BOOKS A large assortment.
CYCLOPEDIAS and DICTIONARIES.
FAMILY BIBLES, TEACHERS' BIBLES-OxfofI
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY DEPOSITORY. FINE ILLU&.
TRATED BOOKS. POEMS in leather bindings. JUTEN- 1
1LE BOOKS in great variety. Optical Goods, Art
, Goods, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, and
West Side Publio Square, . . ' "
WELLINGTON, OHIO. V:
nt a Christian man. Therefore, be It
RKSOLVKD,.That we, the members ol
tha nnval Arcanum, in council assembled,
do hereby tender our heartfelt sympathies
).. h.iul famllv. exDressloc the
hope that the example or the Doctor's life
msy lead as to become better citizens,
htirhnsbsnds and fathers, more isiuiiui
to the principles of our order, and that we
may all so live that our last end may be
"Blessed are the pore In heart, tor they shall
Tl A. IIORR. I
E. F. Webster, V Com.
K. E. Hosted. )
Bodily oalns and accidents will occur
not only "In the best regulated families"
but everywhere and at all times. 1 nere
fore keep Salvation Oil convenient Price
twenty Ave cent a bottle.
"Pant eat a thine." Hood's Sarsaparllls
Is wonderful medicine for creating an
anretl. reiulatlng dlrestlon, and giving
p.. tnUnain la a Hit of Bsclalinad lettars ra.
malnlnf In tha postofflca at WalUnton, Ohio
Mrs Beasley. Mrs. nannia navcra,
Mrs. Irene Guy, Miss Ida Lovenhcr.
Helen, Oeo 0 Ersklne,
Wm r Eeeieston.
Persons eslllns tor the above please say
Oao. C. Bosh. r. at.
D. M.HALL, Brighton, O.,
Has on hand a full stock of
NEW SPBIKG GOODS.
Wc would call special ' attention to our new stock of
T.rvtt- ia tVift larceat and best assortment ever
ww n.ii aui,i & nusvu --
offered in Brighton and at extreme low prices. Remember
we make a specialty ol iJOOLsana onoea. w"""
onm f v i in and no better croods was ever shown for
UL w Wn a fullstockof Dry Goods, Groceries,
sVlUU iavuw, 1 tuv M-avw t -r - 1 mi
VCsaaV suve 1
Alder Brothers & Co.'s
Prince Albert Coats and Vests, Three and Four
Button Cutaways, Sack Coat Suits, also a line '
of their celebrated Pants and without fear ?
of contradiction, we say we are sole
agents for the best Clothing Factory in the 1 ;
U. S. of America and will be sold at one price
and ho deviations. Alter this date, if you want
style and value combined, we have it and the ' '
prices are right '
W. W. HARVEY, v
' "The One Pries Clothier. .
Boots and Shoes, Wall Paper, Hardware,
... . -A
v . Stands at in maa f
Wd caunc cooplcu. Circlar. In. Amm m -
FRENCBuid TURKISH PRUNES,
LONDON LAYER FIGS,',
FRESH ROASTED C0.FFEE,
If your cough keeps 'yon awake and
aatleaa bv nleht. take Ayet'e Cherry
t . i r.k.ln ImmMliata reliei.
This remedy allays inflsmstlon, heals the
pulmonary organs, induces sieep, anu -storsbealU.
The sooner you begin the
i better. ..
"When the spring-time dimes,'' we
U.U. fl-d minalvM rlmWSV SUd CX
yiuwil uuu v . . . , . .
. .J i. iha Imnure aoa SIU
o.k ..... r ,k. hlnml. To remedr th
r fl.m.n.rlila. the
iroauio, iaa ojw. "i , - ,
meet powerful, yet sale and economical,
blood-punner in existence.
For indigestion, nse Cobb's Little Pills.
40 pills only 25 cents. F D Felt
pnii.r in marilrinal merit and wonder
ful cures llood's Sarsaparllls. now is
the time to take it, fer It will do the most
There Is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other aisesses put to
gether, and until Ihe last few years was
...nnuil tsi ho Inr.urablfl.
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manv vears aocra pmnuuut
For ft great
i nronouncea it ft local
diarase. end prescribed local remedies,
If joa have made up your mind to boy
Hood's SarsaparlUa do not be Induced to take
any other. Hood's Barsaparllla Is a peculiar
medicine, posaeailng, by virtue ot Ks peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other article.
A Boston tady who knew what she wanted,
and whose example Is worthy imitation, tUs
net experience below i
The trade is gradually
can be found
FINE CUT TOBACCO, . ' .!
In fact anything in the Grocery line that you need it will pay yott
j to call and see us before you buy.
We take a back seat for no one in quality and
West Liberty street.
and by constant falling to cure with local
trutment. DrOnOUncea ll lucure.ui..
Science has proven caiarrn to ue mnw
tutional disease, and therefore requires
const tut onal treaimeni. inua vawjiu
CLEARANCE SALE !
Continued for 30 Days Only.
0 OM poiirf. rc Wlr. bongbl cb..p. l.CW K.p Mil imsil ck.
Will sell Baroea rence rt ire i o. - v-
Iron Nails st $2 per keg of 8 penny. Steel Cut Nails st 18.25 per keg of 8 penny.
Steel Wire at i p eS 01 pmuj.
Steel Crow Bars 6c per pound.
In one store where I went to boy Hood's
SarsaparlUa the clerk tried te Induce me buy
cnnmivuiwu ..--- - their own instead otuoous neuinBw .
Cure manufactured by F J Cheney 4 Co.. l M uoatea
Toledo. Ohio, is Ihe only constitutional .TAiiik.it I need not
cure on the market. It s taken nTrte. But he eould not prevail
i . . 1 1 1 . .nn. in a u...nniiiiiui. , r - . . l . .
iBinrniiivw'- i - i
It acts dlrectlv upon ihe blood and mucus
surface of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars tor any case it laus w
cure. Bend for circulars and testimonials.
Address. F J Cheney Co, Toledo, 0.
tySold by Druggists, (oc.
aAm Rix Months.
Van Wert Ceemical Co, Waterton.N. Y.
Uentiemen. i taav
forming you of the wonderful suceess
we have had wttn your non a..u..
We have sold In the laet all months
. . ... l . ... mv . w.w. .,.pantAAit near.
It every bottle but as yet hve had only
.fu.iinnM,ii tram the moat promin
ent residents of onr city which 1 should
like to send you. inui sue i.
Wi Adams the L saing uruggiat
on me to chants. I told him I knew wnac
Hood's SarsaparlUa was.. I had taken It, was
satisfied with It, and did not want any otter.
Whan I beran taking Hood'e
I was feeltaf real miserable, suBenaj
a (rest deal with dyspepsia, and jo weak
and had Joe some time, like ft person in OOB-
sumption. Hood's Barsaparuw """""
much good that I wonder at myaettsoiswumes,
and my friends frequently speak ol It."
wt tA Ooft, St Terrace Street, Boetosu ;
SoMVrandmfilJta. 1ltoe. rraparOaalf
ay 0. t HOOP tt 00, ftsetlnsarlas. lowall. Maafc
, too Doaea Ona Dollar
constantly on hand.
Come and be convinced
Can be purchased at ex
tremely low prices and
delivered free of charge
within the corporation
Bench Planes, set cf 3. at l-
Bench Planes, set ot t, at IS-
Solid Steel Axes 7tc each.
Solid Steel Aies. handled, 1 each.
Post Hole Diggers $1 each.
Champion I Cut Saws 25 to 30 ets per foot.
Champion Buck Baws75e each.
Band BawsSOcts each.
Shot II per bsg.
Solid Steel Hoes 2&c to 3de each.
Dairy Thermometers l&cta each
$ inch mil Flies lOets each.
10 Inch Mill Files Ucts each.
the above prices.
Breach LoedlngSbot Quns 10 to 17 each.
Pare Manila Binder Twine 16 ets per ponad.
Cable Chain with book, tl, 11.60 and U each.
Solid Steel Adie Bye Hammers SOctvaeh. .
" Bbovels and Spades SOots . "
Step Ladders, tl. H JS, and IJ0 ench. -Steel
Game Traps, 12, and IIW per dos.
Flobert Rifles, M to 15.
Eevolvers very low prices
Clothes Wringers very tow prices.
Pocket Cutlery, " " "
Steel Club Skates, best Ttota per pair.
" ' " Nickel Plated tl per pair.
Carpenters Steel Squares, 75ots each.
Do not ask lor credit ft
goods la stock at special prices.
WLmoTOH,OHio.,Msrch0tk, 188. . ' '. V, ' -,
' : DOLAND'S ' . : , ' . ; .
S3TEW OrGr(3?il3rC2? 'GkkTf
Is the best Cart in the market and will ride aa
easy with a boy weighing 25 pounds :as a man
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