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THE KNTERl'iUSK WEDNESDAY; MAY 8, 1889.
WELLINGTON, OHIOv t
General News Summary.
Interesting Home and Foreign Kews.
Commissioner of Fenslons Tannor has
caused the rolls of his otlioo to bo searoheil
for the purpose of ascertaining-the nuinl)er
of ok Boluiera who are drawing pensions fori
total blindness at the rate of sevonty-lwq
dollars per month. The number Is found to
Postmaster Flynn telncraph tho Tcwt
maeter Ucneral from Guthrie, Oklahoma,
that as a usual things lino of people oue
bulf a mile lonR pathers at tho delivery
window waiting for mall, although the
eleven elerks of theofflce work coutinuouslr
trom flva o'clock in the moraine; until mid
night. Tho delivery of letters average 8,0(10
and of newspapers 1,000 dally. The sale of
tamps amounts to fifty dollars duily. There
are five banks and six neirxpuuers In the
Asslsteut Beeretary Tiohcnor has made
rolluK tmit the ''emiirrunt fond" oan not
properly bo used for the support or deporta
tion of emigrants Who aro In good health at
the time of their arrival and are permitted
to proceed to their destination, but who sub
sequent! j become public charge by reason
Henry Oommett, of tho Geoloprcal Ro
dety, has been appointed Biographer of tho
The President has approved the findings
and sontonoe of tho general court-martial
which recently tried Major Lydocker for
-neglect of duty in superintending the con
struction of tho Washington aqueduct tun
nel. The sentence of the oourt Is as fol
lows : "To forfeit to the United BUtes 100
per month of his pay for nine months and
to be reprimanded in orders."
Major General Scbofleld has toned a cir
cular ooutulnicg the nfrnlatlODH governing
enlisted men retired from active service.
The regulations provide that enlisted men
may be retired after thirty yours' service.
Mo discharge will be given retiMd sold lor
and he will be regarded as continuing In
service on the retired list.
Tho total amount of bonds purchased from
Aogust 8, 17, to date Is IiH,3s2,S50, at
total cost of f 189,100,259. Tho cost of those
bonds at maturity would have been $224,Ii4,-
UU, so that the saving by tbelr purchase was
Secretary Tfioy on tho 4th awarded to
the Union Iron Works, of Bun Francisco,
the contract for constructing the great ar
morodcoaKt defense vensel at a cost of
Chief Justice Fuller baa purchased of
Judge Andrew Wylic the hitter's residence
property on Fourteenth street, Waabington,
for tlOO.OUO. The Chief Justiyp wUl take
possession of the residence next autumn.
At Pttthburgh, l'a., on tlie 1st a general
strike of the building trades was inaugur
atod for an arei-uge advance of twenty-live
cents per day and union workmen. Nearly
all the carpenters, Jolliers, bricklayers, hod
oarrlers and stone-masons In the two cJUos
are klle and work has been suspended on
' almost every new building. The strike af
fects about 5,000 men. - - -Miuhaol
Flynn, aged fifty; PatrkVIUtoo
ford, aged fit ty-slx, and Martin Regan, aged
twenty-throe, were killed in the Hyde Park
shaft st Brrunton, Pa on the 1st by tall
The Erie eanai was formally opened for
navigation on tlie 1st fend eighty-two boat
cleared from BurTslo. This laamucb smaller
anmbnr than usual.
At Waynmbnrg, Pa., on the 1st, Zach
faylor was sentenced to death for the mur
der of William MoCuusland and refused a
new trial This makes three out of four of
the murdorcrsof McCausland now under
sentence of death.
A party of live represontative Southern
men are visiting New England In the effort,
lo InturestcapitiiliHtii tnniuxingtovnKtmenta
In Houthcrn manufactarca, purtlcnlarly In
The eighty-ton schooner HhUoh, whVh
Balled ft-utn UlouccyWr, Mass., on a fishing
trrp to the Grand Banks on March St, bas
not been heard of since, and her owners
have given her np for lost Kite was cam
mended by J am us Wells and bad a crew of
thtrUx-u men. '
Commander In Chiof William Warner, of
the Grand Army of tho Repubhe, was re
eeivad and baoquetod by the Department of
Rhode Island lu Providence on the ad.
. On the 3d ton thousand pouuds of nitro
glycerine exploded at shaft No. 10 of the
new aqueduct at Hastlngs-on-the-Hudson,
resulting In (20,000 damages, with no loss
Isaac B. FelU, who Is suing Jacob Hots.
radt, of Hudson, N. Y., for posseuion of
- eoal lands la Lackawanna township valued
at 1100,000, bas brought an ejectment suit
gainst the Delaware, Lackawunsa s Wee-
lurn Railroad C'oro'ieny, which is the actual
occupant of the land. The litigation In
volves royalties, lauds and riphts valued at
During a fig'ut In a cheap Philadelphia
lodging bouse on the 2d Uugh 8uvuge, aged
thirty-Ave years, was fatally stabbed by a
van numod Riley, who afterwards escaped.
At Albany, N. Y., on the 2d John Collins
fatiilly shot Kttrah Gordimv, and uien com'
mlttal olr.!dft. Jealousy was tlie csum.
Collins is aald to have a wife and famllyln
Rochester. N. Y.
On the night of the 3d burglars bmke into
tl Portersville (Pa.) bavlngs Rank and
robbed it of fXO In cash and I !, worth of
Jewelry and other valuables.
Announcement was made on the 2d that
the MctUcd Malleable Iron Company, one
Of the big concerns of Meridcn, Conn., was
financially embarrumied owing to several
recent fulliins of Western bouses whose
notus t!io company held. The foundries'
have been shut down. -
Michael Rltzilo, one of tho murderer of
IfcC'lure, tlie paymaster, near Wifkeybarre,
Pa., will bo banged on Jauezri, at Lnierna
County, Governor Beaver having signed tho
dnn'h warrant May 8.
Matthews & Co.'s mult houso at Leroy,
H. Y., was partially burned on the 3d, arid
an Immense quantity of malt was soaked
and spoiled. The damage Is about .W,0UO;
' The parochial residence of the Church of
thelfoly Name at Cbloopoe, Mass., was
broken Into few nights ago ami all the sil
verware In the dining-room and fSO In
money were taken.
Business failures occurring throughout
the country during the seven day ended
MayS nutuberfor tho United Hiatus IKTi.snd
for Canada 39, or a total of 214, as compared
with a total of H1H tho previous week and
IttH fir the eorimponding week of last year.
The M.iitinUHn Elevated railroad took in
9.340.UX) tun during the Uiree ilays of the
Tho schooner Nellie Hwift, of Provlnro
twn, JXtss., fruin West Indios to New
York, fci" rn.'n given up fi-f lost with all on
boir.1. Vo-'t of her crow uro nnman-iiil
msa onO bConcln Provlnrctuwn -
Un the morning of the 8d a two-horse
coach containing several persons was struck
bv a train on tho Pennsylvania railroad at
Brldesburg orossing, near Philadelphia, and
the ooach demolished. Two of its ooon
pants, F. K. Womrath and Jnmes Dugan,
were killed and three others Injured.
Ono million dollars in gold bar were
taken on the 3d from the assay office In New
York for shipment to Franco and 1500,000
for shipment to England.
The weekly statement of tho New York
associated banks, Issued on the 4th, shows
the following ohanges: Reserve decrease,
$.'(,904,75; loans increase, $l,VB!i,t specie
decrease, 1,TO0,81X; legal tenders docreaso.
fc!4ft,40O; deposits docreaso, 1181,300; circu
lation uecreose, 10,!WO. The banks held
lpJ,5W,575 in excess of the twonty-ttve per
cent. rule. " " t . .
John 8. Holdon, of Palmer, Maaa., has
purchased tho Bonnington (Vt.) woolen
mills, and they will be started at once after
an iilkmcBs of three years, the format
owners having gone through bankruptcy.
The plautoost 11,000,000, and It Is said tho
pun-hose price was eight per cent, of the
The passengers of the steanuhlp Dimmark,
which foundered at sea and who had been
left at the Azores by the Missouri, wore
landed at Castle Garden on the 5th from the
steamship Wioland. Thoro were 8M of
The Bangor Houso at Bangor, Me., was
partially destroyed by fire early on the
morning or the Bin, many guest escaping
in their night-clothes and losing their bag
gage and effects. Loss about eBO.OOO; par
tially Insured. .
WEST AND SOUTH.
At Geneva. Ill-on the 3d Jndge Kellum
refused to grant new trial to the "Q" con
spiratora, Broderlck and Godding, and sen
tenced thorn Broderlck to one year in the
penitentiary and Godding to pay a fine of
f 100 and his share of the costs, which will
amount to a little over 30O
The annual conference of the Young Men's
Christian Assoolatioo general secretaries
and gymnasium Instructors of the United
States and Canada, opened In Orange, N. J.,
on the 3d, with 833 persons fan attendance.
The brewers' trust at tit. lxrais nas oe
cotne an accomplished fact. There are seven
teen outoof tho twenty breweries In the
combination and three outside the Ana-
huscrBuBch and Eberts have agreed to
maintain rates for two years. On the 2d the
trust purchased the fcichllliugor -Schneider
brewery for t7S,G0X
At Emporia, Kan, on the 1st forty-five
ballots wore taken without result by the
Foortb Congressional district convention
(Republican) to nominate a successor to
lion. Thomas Ryan.
The Georgia Farmers' Alliance has con
tracted with mills for ,000,000 yards of 00 1
toubapKhig lobe delivered the first of Au
gust. The bagirlng Is to be not leas Ulan
thirty-seven inches wide and to average
twolve ounces to tho yard. The manufac
turers agree to take the cotton so covered at
ten oouts additional per hundred pounds to
cover the loss of weight In light covering.
Irwin Taylor, for some time past chief
clerk in the office of the Attorney General
atTopcka, Kan., and known as Assistant
Attorney General, has retired, and w suc
ceeded by Mrs. J. M. EeUogg, wife of the
Attorney General Mrs. Kellogg was ad
mitted to the bar of tho Bnpmne Court
eight years ago and is a member of the
Btate Bar Association.
Fire at Newcastle, lnd., on the 2d de
stroyed the Bundy House and a livery stable.
Nino hones perished. Loss, $-'-1,01)0; insur
ance 1,7W). .... .. .1
At Blair. La., on theSd a merchant named
Metwiok shot his wife and two children, sot
fire to his residence and burned the bodies
of bis two victims with It and then shot
'The Rnrmblicsn Congressional convention
si the Fourth Ksasss district, on the 8d
nominated Harrison Kelly, of Coffey County,
for Congress, on the 318th ballot
The Kentucky Feeble-Mlndod Institute at
Frankfort, was destroyed by fire on the Sd
causing a kiss of t7h,000. The Inmates, 135
In number, were all got out without sort-
A terrific wind and hail storm visited
Warsaw, N. C, on the 3d. Hail fell to the
depth of eight Inches. The Presbyterian
church and a number of dwellings were
wrecked; sud the luxuriant strawberry
crops were destroyed. No fatalities are re
ported. The strike 01 tho Ht. pent, Minn., street
car drivers was declared off on the 8d, and
the men have returned to work at the re
duced wagon. The company made the con
cession of agreemont to treat the men wall,
regardless of their affiliations with labor
Four fine residences st Springfield, Mo.,
were destroyed by fire on tho Sd, causing a
loss of JO,00& An Infant child of J. M.
Kinney was burned to death In one of the
In the Missouri Benato on the 3d the Peer
ing High License bill, which passed the
House recently sud which fixes the license
fee for selling liquor st (3,500, was defeated
by a vote of 17 to 9.
Forraston, a small village of Illinois, on
the Illinois Central rutlroad, was swept by
fire 00 the Sd, doing damage to the amount
At Abingdon, Md.,on the night of the
3d the bouse of Charles Williams caught
firs; and was destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Will-
lams escaped with the baby, but all three
were seriously burned. Four other chil
dren varying In ago from six to fifteen
years, perished In the1 flames.
B. B. Bouldin, United (States Deputy Col
lector, was probably fatally shot on the 8d
In Johnston touuty, a. C, while raiding a
A bre at Hazleton, la., on the 4th de
stroyed the opera bouse and considerable
business property, entailings lossof t5,0U0,
On the 4th the Newport (Ky.) Iron sud
steel works were sold under the hammer for
97,000, to John W. Buhneldor, who is sup
posed is have made the purchase In the In
terest of sureties for 1100,000 IndebtcdseM
of the ooncern.
What la known as the Australian election
law, With some Diodlllralious to snit the lo
cality, hoi- bora adopted by both houses of
tho Missouri Legislature, aud awaits the
C At Ht. Louis on the 5th the Harrison wlrs
mills, the Crown cartridge factory and throa
dwelling houses on Elovouth and l'apln
streets, were destroyed by fire, entailing s
loss of (70,000.
The Hupreme Count of Nebraska lias ren
dered a dodalun to the effect that a mort-,
gage on growing crops can not bold.
Major John N. Ed wards, editor of the
Katisua City Tlmos, and one of the best and
most favorable known newspaper mon of
the West, died at Jefferson CUy, Jlo., on
The sjmot and party sent out by tho Min
nesota Historical Hoatcty to discover the
source of the Mississippi river huv? rs
They rejiort bavlugdlscovurcd two
lnkes 110 fcxt ahoro 1U. sud seven niilet
distort, to whi h they traced the head of
theriver. . . ,. . .;)....
All of the pAtM-tiger conductors but ant
on the ChleaRO Hi (liand Trunk niih-ouj uo
twors Chicago and Port Huron, Mi' b., were
dlsctiiuDod a few il!i) S iiilo. 'MoHof llw-m
bad tRiuu tlis road for many cui-.
lie f Ir
Lt. bill, ;is in
Louis last March, was defeated In the Mis
souri Legislature on the 4th. This Is re
garded as a big vlotor for too Chicago
packers. ..' ' -j V
. A fire on the Cth at Stone Lake,' near La
porto, lnd., dostroyed tfco tool house of, the
Washington los Company and sixteen Ice
houses, together with 36,000 tons of Ice and
twenty Lakc43hore freight cars, causing a
loss of 5,000.
Tho Polish priest of Manistee, Mich., was
assaulted on the streets of that place on tho
4th by one faction of his church followers,
and a general riot resulted. The Are de
partment , was called out and turned the
hose upon the mob. After nearly drowning
several of tho rioters, peace was restored.
It is stated that the big English syndicate
which hns boon trying to buy up all .the Im
portant breweries In the East, has '.offered
(3,500,000 for tho Philadelphia brewery in.
Ban Francisco. The offer bos not yot been
accepted by the stockholders. '
All Sunday trains' have been taken off
from the entiro Dakota division of the Chi
cago & Northwestern railroad. It covers
a trackage of 800 miles.
The Revolutionary .battle ot Guilford
Court House wus celebrated On the 4th on
the battlo ground near Groensboro, N. C.
Boverul thousand people wore present. Sen
ator Zeb Vance was the orator of the day
and dollvorod an eloquent address.
r The Northern Paclilo wont-bound passen
ger truln collided with a frol-M jiear Crys
tal Springs, Dak., on tlie 6th. Engineer
Ross, of tho passenger, and postal clerk
Loundsbury bad their logs and arms broken
and were badly scalded but will recover.
None of the passengers were Injured. Three
car loads of horses were killed outright , )
.. . FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. ' 1
Reports on the 3d stated that the Clyde
sugar market was excited and prices were
1 Aa explosion occurred Itw the- Recklen
hausea colliery,, Westphalia, on tho 1st kill
ing throo persons and injuring eight Others.
- The Right Rev. Andrew uigglns, Roman
Catholic Bishop of Kerry, Ireland, Is dead.
He was consecrated in 1883. ---;! ' -
Word has been received at Ottawa; Out,
from Deux Rivers that three of Thistle, ,
Carswell ft Co.'s lumbermen had been
drowned and throe others seriously injured
while attempting to run Roche Capitane
slide. ' '
On the Zd tlie Dominion Parliament was
prorogued by tho Governor General, after a
session of over three months. The past
session bas been one of the most Important
of the present Parliament ...
It Is said that the Frencb government in
tends to postpone the general election of
members of the Chamber of Deputies until
the spring of WUO - : . i ,
A detachment of infuntry has been sent to
quell the rioting among tlie workers In the
Rothschilds' mines In Moravia. The minors
demand tho return gf (10,500 which they
paid in on account of Insurance premiums,
which demand the masters refuse to comply
with, hen oe tho riots. 1 1 '
The German government has. issued an
order for tho oxpulsion from the country of
Heir Lnti, an accomplice of Herr . Wohlge
muth, the Mulhouse police inspector, who
was recently expelled for bribing a Bwiss.
The death is announced at South Africa,
from fover, of Lord Walter Campbell, third
son of the Duko of Argyll and brother of
the Marquis of Lorna. He was forty-one
years old. "' ' 1
A committee of tho Hamoan conference
has bocn directed to examine and report
upon the means for establishing order In
Samoa and adequate guarantees - for the
maintenance of peace, Including the ques
tion of a King. . .
The cotton masters of Lancashire, En
gland, have been driven to the verge ot
a financial crisis by the recent advance in
American cotton. Most of the manufac
turers of cotton ftroducts will sttain heavy
losses sod it is feared 'that a panlowlU
ensue which will result In Intense suffering
smong the operatives who will be thrown
out of employment. -
A Naples dlspntcb or the 4ttt says tne
volcano of Vesuvius Is In an alarming
state of eruption. Streams of lava eve
coursing down tho mountain on the Pom
' . , - . 1 1 . r,.. v., i
uroors nava wvn mum w mid iuwm
orison authorities for the release from tail
of Mr. William O'Brien aud Mr. Timothy
I the municipal elections held through
out North Carolina on the 6th the Democrats
were generally easily successful. ,, .
Lincoln CVrtih, chief salesman for Cong-
don ft Aylesworth, wholesale boot snd shoe
dealers of Providence, R. L, was srrosted on
the 0th charged with embeuUng 112,000 In
small sums, bis operations extending over
I ha W. Hopcixa, Of Maiden, Mass., whose
cost containing personal documents
found in the railroad wreck near Hamilton,
(hit, Is safo at borne. He intended taking
the ill futcd train at Chicago but missed Ik
His trunk, however, went forward.
Tin family of P. B. Harr, consisting of
himself, wife and . two children, were
drowned on the 0th while attempting to
cross s swollen mountain stream near brax
ton, W. Vs., in a canoe.
Tbi newly appointed collector of the port
of New York, Joel B. ErhardL took posses
sion of bis office on the 6th, snd Mr. Magone
retired after turning over the office to his
HiRitT Fields, an old man, was srscstod
at Palestine, Tex., the other day, for the
murder of Polk Abies twenty years ago.
Fo t participants la the crime hsve died ia
their beds. Fields gave tS.OUO ball and was
Foil thousand miners begun work in the
Uracil (lnd.) district on the 0th, differences
with their employers having buen adjusted.
Tna building trades strike st Pittsburgh,
which Involved nearly 5,000 men, was on the
0th settled favorably to the employee, snd
work wss resumed on all the large build
ings in course of erection.
AT Ogdensburg, V. Y., on the Cth the TS0
pounds of opium taken from Gardner Kobrn
sry, M88, was sold by Deputy Marshal Van
Kennan to K. Mansfield, of Bt. Louis, for 110
Tux operation performed two weeks age
upon the eye of Mrs. Sydney Rmith Lee,
mother of Governor Lee of Virginia, bas
proved entirely successful snd her sight re
stored. M a jos 0 boko 1 B. Davis, Judge advocate,
has boon selected by Hocretary Proctor as the
nrtny officer at the head of tho onmmlsslon
provided for the sundry civil appropriation
bill to continue tho publication ot the records
of the war of the rebelllou. Tho two civilian
members have not been appointed.
81 x persons loft Bt Androws, N. B.,' on
the Oth In a sloop for tholr homo at a neigh
boring place called Didcquash. Boon after,
while in 81 Andrews bsy, a man saw the
sloop capsize. Ho pulled his own boat to
the spot, but the little vcstul and all the
, men hod gone to the bottom. The names of
the victims are lauiun r lynii and tils nephew,
IJIcruontson Klynn, Ui.-nry Uariios, Tbunias
Anderson and a nmn uanu-d McLennan and
Ws son John, ii. , : . . x
, Til Ami.ricnn Feacc Sotioty held It an-n-Jiil
meeting at IlOHton, Mil-,, cm tho Cth.
H. H. Tobey was r elected t)iv:ldcnt, and
IloV. K. B. Howard corresponding secretory.
AueA- departure was tn.i-.lc by the admls
si'iij of Ju-lics us mctiilAM-j of lUtf sovlotj,- , -
t - c
Recommended by tHe hlRhest medical
rod chemical sntliorlltrs. who testify to
itA aiwoiiue purity, wnoirromrncss nna
wonderful strength. ' F.very enn gunrun
teed to do the work of any other linking
powder costing twice as much. Every
can Euaruntesd to give saliufuetlon, or
pnrohave money refunded - r
i 1 Ik. ran, tOr. H lb., lOc.1 H lb., Oe. .
II J-onr dealer dors not krep Crown, dn not
v him p'crxua'lc you to bay soma otfaor he
ellm to bi-Jul ngooj, buliuik Win tooWl!
you by geitlng . t v . . .
B-KTER-B CHOWff BASING POWDKE.
1 ) , .
r News Abont.Towniif, :
It is the current rDrt about town that
Kemp's Balsam lot the throat and longs
Is making some remarkable cures with
people who are . troubled .with .Coughs,
Hore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con
sumption! Any druggist will give yoo
trial brittle tree of cost ... It is guaranteed
to relieve and cure 1 The Urge bottles are
fifty ceou ana one dollar.
A Great Surprise ' J .
Is in store for all who um Eemfl's Bal
sam for the throat and lungs, the great
guaranteed remedy. Would you believe
that it Is told on its merits and that any
druggist is authorized by the proprietor of
Ibis wonderlul remedy to give you a sam-
pie bottle free? It never fails to cure acute
chronic Roughs. All druggists sell
Kemp's BuUttm. Large bottles 50 cents
WlivcmbitterUle bv drawing around
with lame back , rllseuscd kidneys, drops!
calswclliogs, female weakness, nervo-u
debilitj.heart disease sodrheuniaticoom-
plaints.when Ur Kenuer s hMdney anal
A. J. Merchant. Presiding Elder writes:
'It gave me almost Instant and entirely
permanent roller." snpenorto an known
medloines In these diseases. For sale by
The Homeliest man in Wellington
well as the handsomest, and others are In
vited to call on sny druggist and get free
a trial bottle of Kemp's tfuliam for the
lungs and tlnoat, a remedy that is Selling
entirely upon its merits and Is guaranteed
to relieve and care all Chronic and Acute
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consum
ption.' irge Dottles Vi cents ana 91.
U f (
1 , u Poolish People ,
Allow i cough to ron until it gets beyond
the reach of medicine. They say'Oh.il
III ' wear away," bul lo most cases it
wears them swsy. Could they be In
duced to try tbe successful medicine
celled Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a
positive guarantee to cure, they would
immediately see the excellent effect after
taking the first dose. Price 60c and (1.00.
Trial size free. At all druggists.
A Grateful Clergyman.
Kev.Thos. Rleliey, formerly presiding I
eiaer 01 tne Aortuern x. cooler-
ence, givdstbis opinion of a popular
remedy : "1 have round van Wert's
Balsam to be a wonderfuleoectlve med
icine for tho lungs. I have recommend
ed It to several of my friends who ar
suffering from consumption snd almost
miraculous beoeliu have followed Its
ue. I am of the opinion tint if taken
m time it would affect a certiin cureot
this dread disease. I would urge all
who are suffering with lung and throat
troubles to try it. Trial size free. K.
W. Adams tbe Leading Urugglst.
A Sensible Man
Would use Kemp's Balsam tor the
use Kemp's Balsam
Throat snd Longs. It Is curing more Case
of coughs, colds, asthma, oronchitis.croop,
and all throat and lung troubles than any
other medicine. Tbe proprietor has auth
orized any druggist lo give you sample
bottle free to convince you of the merit ot
this great remedy. Large bottles 5Uc
Advertisings patent oie'llolns tht, pe
culiar way lo which Kemp's Balsam, for
Coughs and Colds does, it Is indeed wono
derlul. He authorizes diugglsts te
give those wbo call for it, a sample bottl-
free, that they may try lt before purcbas
log. Tbe large bottles are 60 cents and
one dollar, vve certainly would advise a
trial. It may save yuu from consumption
Himply purnving and cleansing the
blood is not sufficient. It needs enriching
also.the nervous system needs toning un-
allot which is accomplished by Dr. Feve
ner's Blood snd Liver Itemedy and Nerll
Tonic. Use tils t'Hiirii lloniy in as
enngbs: his Uolden Keliff in sll pains
and stomach and 'bowel disorders, hip
Kidney and Backache Cure in lamo back,
drojwv snd all kidney disorders; his Oi-r
man fiye-8slve In sore eyes, cracked skin
and piles; hi Capitol Bitters for appetite
and strength, f or sate oy urnggists.
tfivgp TfiRVAixR of A Fahm flellers
Couth Svriiu has attained a repntatinn al
mosteaual toHellers' Pills, and more could
hardly be said of any other medicine. The
syrup should bo kept In every family
where there are children, and grownup
people And it a mr.st valuable medinlno
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, snd throat
and lung diseases. The pill era such a
stamlsrd remedy In some parts or thecoun
try thai a family never thinks of doing
without them. Bnld sn old grntlemnn In
Esslern Maryland. "Why I linvpraisrd oiv
family on Sellers' nils, snd I consider
them'nlmnst as esentiI . toa family as
breed. In the lest thirty yesiatliey Imve
saved me enoiii-h. In dorlor litllr, t pny
for a farm. Cincinnati rimes-Hiar,
, , , -t JJ
Loose's Bed Clover Pill otires sick
Headache, flynpepsla, Indigestion, O n.
. stipstlon. 25e per box. 5 bnxe for (U Vyr
sale by rrea ten.
We still hold the
I Fr ont Bank
In furnishing fresh first-class.
By an experienced
1. J aIswwmwwm 1 AM1
nailU, aiwup UU littiitx.
prnTTvnf rJpHvpriPS madfl
xTOmpt UCUVtJrUJS LUdUU
fViA rpmntp?t nart. OT
tO mO remOieSIi pirt UI
nnrrnrnf 1 nrt
It-i- p TT Mflp'P'flT'lfmfi'S
UT. XI. JVLaCr d,rJUUU a
Great Medical Dis
covery. Thl M'd'dw will ran Ctironle tnl Inimmnnr
KhfumUm. Krnralsux unrmin Mini, ui"l li".
Hi,.f Muliirha anil lf dltruri of th l.lvcr sad
Kltlnf ta. A no I cars LAurrn. m m ran
llhruia. snd All SIm-ami Ihst sr caoimI from Impur
hlwwl If I An nf tht, htiml KlOOd And LlV0f rCOIA-
dli-a known. It parnr, the blood. crr-AU-A a li Alinf
ai'IIod of the liver snd kldneyt. Heoee, It rwllmm
theM dlCAIMIA from me kjnnn. inom runrniii
Willi IheiedlieMi, try A br of tnIA TeM sixiicai
dlcovrry, And be conflna-d of tu merlu. Krery
luw Mftr-nij, ui rriva utiefAcilon. or nimrr rr
runlnL Vlfrv dft vt treatment tn tiAch hoi. Price SI
i.t hot, or six Aoiei for Be tun yos f el IB
Sold only la WeUlngtoB, by Dr. sT.
Rhooldsny nrjedf'tre, theyrsn order dlrset from
I)r C. II MAryAiritnil, (llierlln, O, TliHle Iheeele
brAIrd mr-dtrlne drllrrrrd to the r.llllemi of Welllut
ton lui rehnnry end baituilois only noes sold by
me uucior siunarun
Urifalf. IN MAN'S PKRFEOa
A thorouKli Ir tmml snd wkolraome prspsratlon
or arrewUnr farniontatloa. atisbllnr one to bavo
lieh.eparklfnireldiH-thoyAwaronno:. Has been oo
the markrH all years, and Is ludoraed by Um.ua
anda who hare oaod It. It thoromthlr olArlh-w and
tntpRria no fomhrn taata. Put up la box- d-,!n-d
for SS and oO-rall. package, ruillltiKAt imnd
60 eta. Hold hy itpAlorA, or sent by mail on rweijit
of prlcsv IN MAN BRO I, Phaasaoiwa, Akron, 0.
Sold by F.D. Fell. .
! Tear Own Ipwelns;, at noma
Wtwrw. Trim KM. a packavS. TliAyhaeanoequal
fur Htreiiie li, UriKl Inaaa, Amount la PaokaM
or fot KnXii- "i olur. or Aii-fnui Qoaliliea.
E, W Adams also F.D. Frit ' .
lend id Tmne, mm eiirss Bull", r-imn-
le, hrnifulii. fr-minl snd all lilood
illtenii't. l-flil l yuor JimirsiAt.
!r!len Wedding Co., Plrtihurph,!
Fresli Roastea Coffee
, THE BEST ,
!- &:v-' ' -'
Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, and a '
rateuiuuHlnesseoniluctea or Mu.tornte Jfe
our oince is opposite U . d. f atsut Ultloe. W ;
have nosub-agenoies, all uuil ness ltrect. be no
santraiisnutpntentbuslnHSsloleHS time an
atiessoosttnuu those remote trom wasnlng
bend mndel, drawing, or photo, with aeserlp
tlnn. We advise If uutentabla or nut. free o
ebnrge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured
A book.'-'llnw to Obtain Patents," with ref
eronors to actual clients In your State, county
a a. snojv & co.;
Opposite Patet Omoe, Washingtoh.D.C. -
City ). -.Market,
. , Is the best place in the city "
to get strictly No. 1 Meats ,
and SauBage Fresh
Meal always clean. Attention alwaj .
given. Pncef alwaj-ffair.
. FRED ABBOTT,
WHITNEY & ABBOTT,
Carpenter Block. . Wellington, O
We are now uakiug eai.y terms and ex
ceediogly low prices; also show the fines
stock of Pianos- snd Organs in the Btate
We are tbe Northern Ohio Agents for -
Decker Bro'i ; - Pianos."
B. Dreher's ". '
Eranicb & Bach ' " !'it.
Sterling . ... . .
Wewby & Evans :..;:
Woroester and Loring & Blake's
New Organs $8.00 per month.
Wrllelor free catnlnrue and Informatlnn
B. DREHER & SONS. ' . '
J4J Supsrlor St., ' CLEVELAND. OHIO
Ely's Cream Balm
Cloaneea the Nasal Passaged. Al
lays Inflammation. Heals the Sorea.
Boetorea the Bouses of Tasto, Small
A partJet is apslledt tats sack wtrfl mn4
la srreable. PriraOOe. at UrasctMa ar ww
saaiL KLX llltOTllKitSrM Wsriwn Kt-New York,
iOetrlOtxaad by ae Si
I have no aeaal nw earlna D1
. aalarla, Laeer uaanawaH, rrra
faad Ana. ladlnauaa. Backaca and
I IJrar and Staaaaeb troableA TkeT Fi error 1
I Vail. Sold At all draaaiau aba
Sillir, A Ca rrafri, riMam I
MsaS Hovaa ataei
Som, Importaea Atf
sod rssiica Oua.it
Husaaa. W oner I
very lareeatod of hraj
la aalaci from, faarar
lea oar borate breeder
make low arte, am
aril oa ear? Urwx
I Area oataloM fir
Add rear BaTeaw A F
oan. Detroit, Mica.
& r...t-;.i!.-t- -!K?s :.
..;.' , i ..r". . 1 ft
pianos i mm
Only Oennlse flyatrra wf Mraiery Tralnlaj.
t su lleafcs Inraed Is reauUn(.
. , MlaA waBdertn sared.
Bverr rlillrl and adu't sriratly beneflltei.
irrt tndaeenuinta lo OorreepgadaacaOlaaaei. , .
Pnmoartna, with nptolrin of llr. Wm. A. lllm
Itioft,!, tne wor.il.liuii.d Hpeclalutla Mind ilMaa.
1) unlet :renlrnrTlM:uu.nt. t iiir-.t Pjr,-,'.
uriA. i, H. Unrbley, l . !(., I, woltiw VkrinUn
Admit'. Jf. y , Kirhurrt I'rm-ior, t!it M,-.iiw.
IKot w. iy.Ai,
ISftl.lA.lllln. rlj. rt.
o, Jaitae i!li..r.r(, Judail f.
lainln. rij. r. h. nt pitim.b
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