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THE ENTERPRISE; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26 .1889.
J. B. SMITH, Proprletot.
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General News Summary.
Interesting Home and Foreign Kewa.
Paymaster Henry B. (Smith, who disap
peared from the Essex In Nw York while
the Centennial fettlvltlcs were in progress,
ia being tried by court-martial for absence
The Navy Department has been Informed
that the cruiser Baltimore will be ready for
her omvial trial trip about July 9, at Phila
delphia. Consular appointment made by the Presi
dent on the SOth : Oliver H. Bimons, of Col
orado, ooiinnl toHoiigKonp; William Mona
ghitn, of Ohio, consul to Chatham, Ont;
William V. Ki.ti, of Massachusetts, consul
to Leghorn ; Lyell T. Adums, of New York,
oonsulto Howra, bwitserland; Hunry W.
Diedoricks, of Indiana, consul to Nurem
berg; Kolund J. Hommluk,of Pennsylvania,
consul to (icneva.
The collections of Internal revenue during
the first eleven months of the fiscal year
ending June 30, lSk'J, were (120,U&t,!tt, being
tS,0S4,'J08 more thau the collooUons during
the corresponding period of the last fiscal
Frank Mason has been appointed by the
President as Consul General at Frankfort,
to succeed Jacob Mueller.
Secretary Tracy has issued advertisement
for bids for furnishing four steam tugs for
the navy. They are to cost not more than
t35,(XX) earh and must be of the latest de
sign. One Is to be for the Mare Island navy
yard, Cal., one for the Washington yard and
two for the League Island yard. II bids
will be opened on August 1.
A parcel post convention has been signed
by the President between the United Btates
and the Kepuullo of Salvador, to tuke effect
Captain Piatt, commander of the United
Btates Fish Commission steamer Fish Hawk,
report that from May 8 to June 1 there
were transferred and deposited in the Dela
ware river 1,000,000 shad fry. During the
month of May there were transferred to
rivers in Pennsylvania about 12.000,000 shad
fry, In Now Yortc rivers 4,313,000, In New
Jersey rivers 8,147,000, and in Massachusetts
Pension Commissioner Tanner has re
ceived tolojn-ams from the United Btates
pension ofllcos at Augusta, Me.; Topeka,
Ia.; Detroit, Mich.; Boston, Mass., and
New York City, stating that the funds with
which to pay army pensions were exhaust
ed, and that no further payments of pen
sions could be made until after July 1.
O. L. 8nldlng, of Michigan, and J. F.
Evans, of California, have been appointed
speelal agents of the Treasury. The former
will be stutloned ut Detroit, and the latter
at Ban Francisco.
Assistant Secretary Tk'honor has in
structed the collector of customs at New
York to admit free of duty a quantity of
disinfectants donated by manufacturers of
Newark, England, for use In disinfecting
the flooded districts of the Conemaugh Val
Tbefollowtug Presidential appointments
were announced on they'd: JohnT.Btevens,
of Maine, to be Minister resident to the
Hawaiian Islands; George Money, of Ten
nessee, to be Minister Resident to Paraguay
and Uruguay ; John M. Crawford, of Ohio,
to be Consul General at St Petersburg.
The Carthago (O.) wagon works, located
ten miles north of Cincinnati, burned on the
23d, causing a loss of S,0ua
Official and edU mated returns from every
county in Pennsylvania show a majority of
lisfl.tei against the prohibition amendment.
The Massachusetts rifle team of alxteea
men, of which James P. Frost, of the edi
torial staff of the Boston Globe, Is captain,
sailed from New York on the 19th for
Queens town. The team will meet the Berk
shire Volunteers, the London Rifle Brigade,
the ttoutb London team and theBussex Vol
uvteers and probably the Honorable Ar
tillery. The case of W. E. Phillips, superintendent
of letter CHiTiers at Boston, who Is charged
with robbing the malls, came before United
State Commissioner Hallelt In that city on
the 80th. Phillips did not appear and It is
believed be has absconded.
The business meeting of the annual con
vention of the American Dental Trade As
sociation was held in New York on the 30th.
Saratoga was selected ss the next place of
meeting, and R. T. Morrison, of Nashville,
Tenn., was elected president
The Joint sossion of the Now Hampshire
Legislature on the 20th, elected the following
ftate officers: riecretary of Bute, A. B.
' rhompson, of Concord ; Btnte Treasurer,
:lolon A. Carter, Concord; Public Printer,
John B. jClark, Manchester.
the Baptist church at Htelton, 8. J., the
hird oldest In the United Btates, celebrated
t two hundredth anniversary on the 80th,
.iaitors being present from all part of the
Official returns from every county in
Pennsylvania show that the majority
'igalnst tho prohibitory amendment is 189,-
M. The majority ugainst the suffrage
intendment providing for the repeal of the
..oil tax qualification Is iti&.MO.
On the 'Mh General Blino Cameron was
itricken with paralysis at his home In Done-;-al
Springs, Pa. lie Is in a critical oondl
Jon. The twenty-seventh commencement of
he Pennsylvania Military Academy at
' heater, Pa., took place on the 20th. A
arge number of distinguished guest were
John J. McFarlune, of Philadelphia, whose
.301,000 option on theoontrol of the Phoenix
Kutual Lifo Insurance Company expired
on the 30th, has surrendered the option,
and President Goodman has released the
05,000 forfeit. It is understood that this
The steamer La Bourgogne, from Havre
for New York, report that on June 90 she
passed aa iceberg estimated tr i 970 feet
'oag and M0 feet high the larg. . .over seen
jy ocean travelers.
Governor Bulkley has vetoed the resold
tloa recently adopted by the Connecticut
(.legislature amending the oharter of the
t'boBnlx Mutual Life Insurance Company.
The resolution authorized policy holders to
. assume control of the company.
Business failures occurring throughout
:h country during the seven day ended
June 81 number for tlie United Btates 106
und for Canada 28, or a total of 180, as oonv
nared with 200 the previous week and 304
for the corresponding week of last year.
- A terriflo thunder storm passed over
ttorsnton, Pa,, oa the Slat Several houses
were struck by lightning and set on fire.
Henry Born era, aged eight years, while lying
oa couch at home, was struck by light
' nlng and killed, tieorgo Somen, the boy'i
father, was seriously Injured.
William E. Howard, who was convicted
at New York recently In the Eleotiie sugar
refining case, was on tho 21st sentenced to
nine years and eight months' lniprlsonmeiii
In Btato prison.
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Frank Minor, eleven-year old son, 01
George J. Miller, died of hydrophobia at
bis home in Long Island City, L. I., on the
21st The boy had been bltura on one of hi
fingers by a rabid dog nlue weeks previous,
bat the wound had been cauterized and no
serious result were apprehended.
The American Railway Master Mechan
ics' Association finished its labors at Niag
ara Falls on tho Slat and adjourned until
June 1, 1890. The following offlcors were
elected: President, R. H. Briggs, Memphis,
Tenn.; Secretary, Angus Sinclair, New
York; Treasurer, O. Btewart, Chnrlestown,
John S. McMostors, formerly teller in the
Farmers' and Mechanics' South Side Bank,
Pittsburgh, was arrosted on the 21st,
charged with complicity In embezzling 1S9,
000. It Is alleged thut ho engogod in groin
speculation with the bank's funds.
The schooner Mattie Wiimhip, seized
recently by the Canadian authorities for al
leged violation of the fishing laws, arrived
at Gloucester, Mass., ou the 31st The ves
sel Is uude.r f.1,000 bonds. Captain Erlck
son's statement docs not differ materially
from the accounts published at the time of
the seizure. lie Insists that ho was within
the three-milo limit for shelter only, and
was not fishing.
beorge nnd Walter Lyford, aged sixteen
and ton years respectively, were drowned
near Westvitle, N. J., a few days ago.
Walkor had got beyond his depth while
swimming and George tried to save him,
but Walter sunk, carrying bis brother down
nTbe weekly New York bank statement
Issued on the 32d, shows the following
changes: Reserve decrease, 11,882,726; loans
increase, A16,fl00; specie decrease, 11,153
300 ; legal tenders decrease, 1343,800 ; deposit
decrease, 1155,100; circulation increase,
138,500. The banks held tU,2-O,500 In excess
of th twenty -five per cent rulo.
At South Boston, Mass., on the 22d two-
story frame building collapsed, burying sev
era! people in the ruins. Annie Mullen and
Thomas Flaherty, aged ton and thirteen
years respectively, were takon out dead,
and several others wore seriously hurt The
bouso was vacant and In a dilapidated con
dition, and the people of tho neighborhood
had been in the habit of going tuere for lire,
Henry A. Cossldy, who was convicted of
setting fire to the Catholic Protectory at
White Plains, N. Y., some time ago, has
been sentenced to sixteen years In the State
prison at Sing Sing.
The 2.'i0th anniversary f the opening of
the first public school In the United Btates
that was established by a direct tax of the
people, was celebrated at Dorchester, Mass.,
on the 22d, that city claiming tho honor of
being the birth-place of the public school
Cashier Volght, of the defunct Farmers'
and Mechanics' Bank of the South Bide,
Pittsburgh, was on the ii!d sentenced to six
years' Imprisonment in the penitentiary for
Henry H. Flamm, an employe of th
Marine National Bank of Pittsburgh, was
arrested on the 22d and lodged in Jail on the
charge of having embezzled $15,000 of th
bank s fund.
The export of specie from the port of
New York for the week ended June 38
amounted to f.',llT,r!H, of which H,OT2,S1S
wuat to France. The import of specie for
the week amounted to W7,8U0.
The Jury In the case of Bent and Robert,
charged with the murder of Louis Wilder
at Woodford, Vt, last December, have disa
greed and bocn discharged. Both respond
ents were admitted to bail in S500 each.
At Philadelphia on th 28d Harry and
William Jesser, aged fifteen and seventeen
years respectively, were killed by th ex
plosion of an old range boiler, with which
they were experimenting. Mrs. Flora Knels
and her son Henry were also seriously hart
The boy wereaslnf the old boiler to gen
erate steam which ran suiniatur ngina
: A party of four two ladle and two gesvl
tlemen were drownod on the 83d In the
Schuylkill river at Falrmount Park, Phila
delphia, their boat being carried over the
lorn. The names of the victims were not
learned. Hundreds of people saw the acci
dent from the Callow Hill street bridge,
but were powerles to render assistance.
WEST AND SOUTH.
Jonathan Bkeone, tho sixteen-year-old
youth who shot and killed Prof. H. T. Mat
ohett, prlnolpal of the Hanover (111.) publlo
school, on May 5, and who recently pleaded
guilty, was sentenced to prison for life on
The Neosho river in Kansas ha over
flowed It bank and thousand of acre of
wheat ar submerged. The damag to crop
In Neosho County alone is estimated at
At Carbon, Ind., oa the 20th Conrad 2u
man shot his wife dead and then committed
suicide. The family were In good otroum
stanee. Jealousy b said to have caused
The surveyor of customs at Cincinnati
ha been instructed that all fruit Juices con
taining ever twenty per onnt of alephol
should be classified as "compounds or prep
arations of which spirit ar a component
of chief value" and subjected to a duty of
two dollars per gallon.
' Lawrsaoe Lotties, plug tobacco manufac
turer of Richmond, Va, baa made an as
signment with liabilities of .47,000. Asset
not given. . .
Two boys named Douglas, aged ten and
twelve years respectively, and another
named Pearman, thirteen years of age,hav
been bound over to the grand Jury in Ver
million county, Ind., for the murder of Par
ley Snyder, whose body was found In the
creak where they had Induced him to go
swimming with them.
Isaac S. Bamberg, the State Treasurer of
South Carolina, dropped dead at his home
ia Columbia on the 31st from heart diseas.
Cardinal Gibbon ordained six priest,
nia d eaoone and eighteen sub-deacons
tb Cathedral in Baltfmora on th Slat
Twenty-six others reoeived the lower order
nod seventeen more took the Initiatory step
toward the priesthood.
A oyekme passed over Northwestern Mis
souri k few days sgo, demolishing a number
of dwellings, school bouses and ether
property. Tho house of H. P. Williams, at
Albany, was blown to piece and one of hi
Seventeen alleged offender against 13k
naturalisation laws hav been indicted by
the Bt Lout grand Jury. Among tbo la
dloted ar several well known politician
end city officials.
Th Maxim ai torn tic guns were tested at
th naval proving ground at Annapolis, Ml,
on th 31st On of the guns fired 750 shot
it a minute and the other 850. Th gun
In the District Court of New Orleans on
the 21st Judge Rlrhter granted the motion
on behaM of the Btat to make perpetual
the in)u notion restraining th cotton oil
trust from exerelslng any of the privilege
and franchises of a corporation within that
State. Th application for a receiver was
A yachting party consisting of four ladles
and three gentlemen had a arrow escape
from drowning at Lake Mlnnatonka, Minn.,
on the 21st A sudden squall oapslsed tb
yacht and th occupant wer throws into
the lake. .They clung to the boat, but It WM
an hour before they wer rescued, Asaon
th party was Miss Moggie Harrison, of Cot-,
ongo, niece of the President
Th race Cor th American ' Derby stake
took place at Chicago on the id. The dis
tance was miles. Out of 147 nominations
only five horses started, namely, Spokane,
Proctor Knott, Onoe Again, Dop Jose, Sor
rento, Long Dance and Kotrieve, The race
was won by Spokane in 3:411'; Horrento
second and Retrieve thtrd. Thirty fiv
thousand people witnessed the race and
11,000,000 changed hands on the result
The Lafayette Artillery Company, the
oldest organization of the kind in the South,
has elected Dr. L. B. MoDow to th office of
surgeon.- MoDow is now In Jail awaiting
trial for the killing of Captain F. W. Daw
son, editor of the Charleston (S. C.) News
and Courier, last March.
Fntnk Woodruff has begun a suit In th
Circuit Court at Chicago for 119,500 dam
ages for libel aguinBt the proprietor of the
dime museum who has on exhibition a wax
figure of the horse thief as one of the ac
complices in the Cronin murder.
The barn of Mayor Bartholomew, at Val
paraiso, Ind., was destroyed by fire on the
Sid and in tho ruins a fireman discovered
the body of Mr. Bartholomew's five-year-
old son bumod to a crisp. The child had
been playing with a companion In the barn
and the boys set the hay on hra.
The Michigun Legislature has passed the
bill fixing railroad passenger fares at 2K to
8 cents a mllo according to the earnings of
The army worm has made it appearance
In Elkhurt County, Ind., doing much damage
to wheat, rye and oats.
Nicholas Foley, who murdered Mrs.
Pomeroy Clark at Elgin, Neb., recently,
was on the 22d taken from the deputy
sheriff who had captured blm and hanged
to a tree near the scene of his crime.
A fire broke out in Vancouver, W. T., on
the 22d, and in less thun two hours swept
over nearly four block in the business
portion of the town. The buildings, number
ing thirty, were mostly small frame struc
tures, and the loss will not exceed 170,000.
The origin of the fire is believed to be in
An elevator in the Chicago Sugar Refining
Company's building fell sixty feet on the
22d, seriously injuring three workmen.
The mayor of Belfast, Ireland, has seat
600 by cable to the Johnstown sufferers as
an installment on the amount to be raised
by the citizens of that city.
A dispatch of the 20th from Shanghai says
a fire lasting four days ho destroyed half
the town of La-Chan In the province of Bze
Chuen. The Inhabitant were compelled to
See for their lives, and it ia estimated that
no less than 1,200 were killed, most of them
being crushed to death while attempting to
escape through the narrow and crooked
street. Ten thousand people are homeless.
The French Chamber of Deputies has
passed a bill providing that the ohlldren of
foreigners who may be born In France shall
be regarded as French citizens If domiciled
In France at tholr majority, onloss they
The spinning mills at Cornwall, Ont,
were burned on the 20th, causing a loss
estimated at 1140,000.
Mr. W instantly, a Protestant Home Ruler,
has been privately selected for nomination
aa the next Lord Mayor of Dublin. The
nomination is equivalent to an election.
The coroner's Jury Investigating the cir
cumstances connected with the recent
frightful railway disaster near Armagh,
Ireland, have brought in a verdict holding
five of the officials of the railway responsi
ble for the loss of life and charging them
T. J. Claxton & Co., cotton merchant of
Montreal, Can., have assigned with liabili
ties of about 1200,000.
On the 28d seventy miners were entombed
in a pit at New Castle, N. 8. W., and It was
doubtful if they could be rescued alive.
A portion of the Manningham pills in
Bradford, England, waa destroyed ;y fire
on the mi. Involving s loss of nearly
1250,000. Two firemen wer killed by tail
ing walls and several were injured. A
number of workmen in th mills wer also
On the 22d a batteau carrying passenger
and f night on the Bt Maurloe river, Can.,
became unmanageable owing to the swift
ness of the current nod was carried over
the falls near Grand Piles, Que. Bis per
son were drowned.
Tbi American Pharmaceutical Associa
tion convention met in Ban Francisco oa
the 24th, with 875 delegate from all part
of the country in attendance. During tho
year 108 applications for membership hav
been accepted and the total membership I
Thi fourth floor of the Vanderbllt House
at Syracuse, N. Y., was gutted by fire on
the 24th. Several guests had narrow es
capee. Five business places In th block
were badly damaged by water. Loss, $87,
000. Ta long standing litigation among the
stockholders of the Royal Baking Powder
Company was ended at Brooklyn, N. Y., on
the 34th by a settlement out of court Joseph
C. Hoagland buying the Interest of William
Thb Bouthern Pacific railroad has com
pleted negotiations for the purchase of the
Oregon Rallrosd Company's narrow gauge
lines, covering shout iV) miles of railroad.
The price paid is 4,noo,000.
Boi.iciToR Haanrax has given an opinion
to the SccrcCary of the Treasury that ther
I nothing in the law to prohibit the landing
of Chinese laborers who desire merely to
pass through tho territory of the United
States in transit
DmiBTRoi's timber fires are reported west
of Helena, Mont, on tbe Northern Paciflo
railroad. The bridge over Clark's Fork,
WW feet long, has b"wo destroyed. The
fire caused delay to trains and much dam
age to property.
Sicjiitaki Titter has ordered that all the
flag now In service aa ensigns and union
Jacks on board th ship of the navy bo
callod In on July 4, and uew ones, having
forty-two stars oa the blue union, Issued.
CniRi.is Di Brj, the defaulting cashier
of the National Park Bunk, who ran away
to Canada with tU0O0 of the bank's funds,
but was extradited, pleaded guilty on the
34th to a charge of forgery in tho second
degree. He was sent to State prison for
five years and seven months. .
Rrv. William IIssht Bekchio, brother
of Henry Ward Beochor, died on the 32d at
his residence in Chicago, aged eighty-seven
years. His death waa due mainly to ad
Tb civil service commission made a fa
port on the 24th censuring Postmaster Paul,
of Milwaukee, Wis., for repeated violation
of the civil sorvloo law.
Nia Buxoiis, the actor, was seriously
burned at his residence In Highland, N. J.,
on the 24th by an explosion of gasoline. Ill
life was saved only by the herolo exertions
of his wife.
Tr Manhattan Brass Company' work,
at New York City were destroyed by fire on
the 34th entailing a lose of 91100,000. Covered
AS Englishman named B. O. Coomb w
victimized to the extent of 18,000 at San
Francisco a few days ago by th old gold
' Mas. Madoaret Qui died at New York
City on tbe 34th, having reached the ag of
. News About Town. ; .
It is tbe current report about town that
Kemp's Balsam for toe throat and lungs
is making some remarkable cares with
people who are troubled with Coughs,
Bore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con
sumption.' Any druggist will give yon a
trial bottle tree of cost. It is guaranteed
to relieve nnd cure. Tbe large bottles are
fifty cents and one dollar.
Why embitterlife by dragging around
wttb lame back , diseased kidney o.dropsl
calswelltngs, female weakness, nervous
debility, heart disease andrheumaticcom.
plaints, when Dr. Fenner's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so quickly cure f Rev.
A.J.Merchant.Presiding Elder writes:
'It gave me almost instant and entirely
permanent rollef." Superior to all known
mediclnesinthegediseases. For sale by
The Homeliest man In Wellington as
well as the handsomest, and others are In
vited to call on any druggist and get free
a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the
lungs and thioat, a remedy that is selling
entirely upon its merits nod is guaranteed
to relieve sod cui'e all Chronic and Acute
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consum
ption. Large bottles 50 cents and f 1.
100 Ladies Wanted,
And 100 men to call on any druggist
for afree trial paokageof Lane's Fam
ily Medicine, the great root and herb
remedy, discovered by Dr. SUag Lane
while in tlie Kooky Mountains, ror
diseases of the blood, liver and kidneys
it U a positive cure. For constipation
and clearing up the complexion It does
wonders. Children like It. Everyone
praises it. Largo size package, 50 cte.
A Grateful Clergyman.
Rev.Thos.Rlchey, formerly presiding
elder of the Northern N. Y. Confer
ence, glvds this opinion of a popular
remedy : "I have found Van Wert's
Balsam to be a wonderfuleffcctlve med
icine for the lungs. I bave recommend
ed it to several of my friends who arc
suffering from consumption and almost
miraculous benefits have followed its
use. I am of the opinion that if taken
m time It would affect a certain cure ot
this dread disease. I would urge all
who are suflerlng with lung and throat
troubles to try it. Trial size free. E.
W. Adams the Leading Druggist.
Advertising a patent mediclns tho pe
culiar way In which Kemp's Balsam, for
Coughs snd Colds does, it Is Indeed wono
dertul. He authorizes diugglsts te
f;ive those who call for it, a sample botti
ree, that they may try It before porcbas
inc. Tbe large bottles are 50 cents and
one dollar. We certainly would advise
trial. It may save you from consumption,
Bimnlv puriiving and cleansing the
blood is not sufficient. It needs enriching
alBO.the nervous system needs toning un
all of which is accomplished by Dr. Fcve
ner's Blond and Liver liemedy and Nerll
Tonic. Use bis Cough Iloncy in as
conghs; his Golden Relief in all pains
and stomscn ana oowei aisoruers , nip
Kidney and Backache Cure in lame back,
dropsy and all kidney disorders; his Ocr
man Eye-Salve in sore eyes, cracked skin
and piles; his Capitol Bitters for appetite
and strength. For sale by druggist. ,
HI I 4 1
DvsDensia or Indigestion always yield
to the curative properties of Uibbard'a
Rheumatic Syrup, containing, as u aoes
nature's specific for the stomach. For
tale at E. W. Adams' and F D Felt
Saved tki Vai.dk of a Fabm Sellers
Cough Syrup has attained a reputation al
most equal to Sellers' Pills, and more could
hardly be said of any other medicine. Tbe
syrup should be kept in every family
where there are children, and grown op
people find It a mcst valuable medicine
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and throat
and long diseases. The pills are soch
standard remedy in some part of thecoun
try that a family never thinks of doing
without them. Bald an old gentleman In
Eastern Maryland, "Why I haveraised mv
family on Sellers' Pills, and I consider
them almost as essential to a family si
bread. In th last thirty yeais they have
saved me enoagb. in doctor bills, to pay
(or a farm. Cincinnati Times-Star.
AO iat Surprise
Is In store tci all who use Kemp's Bal
sam for tbe throat and lungs, the great
guaranteed remedy. - Would you believe
tbat it is sold on Its merits and that any
druggist is authorized by tlie proprietor of
this wonderful remedy to give you a sam
ple bottle free! It never fails to cure acute
ot chronic coughs. All dmgglsts tell
Kemp's Balsam. Large bottles 60 cents
William Laird, a well known drug'
gist of Springfield, Oregon, writes at
follows: "My stock oi VanWert't
Cough Balsam ordered from you a short
time go li simost exhausted and I am
pleaded to note the fact that It has giv
en universal satisfaction. I have never
had a single bottle returnee'. The
medicine I a boon to mankind." Trial
size free. E W. Adams the Leading
Forced to Leave Home. .
Over 80 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterdsy to call for a free
trial package of Lane's Family Medl.
cine. If your blood U bad, your liver
aud kidney out of order, if you are
constipated and have headache and an
unsightly complexion, don't fail to
call on any druggist to-day for a free
sample or this grand remedy The
Indies praise It. Everyone likes it.
Large size package cu cents.
Oilr 0enl"e Hrnl mt Bleatarr Tralnl.
l r IU I,emrn4 I ana rwulta.
Dllud wa4rrl tare.
Brerr rkllil and ndU arMllv benefitted.
GrLt taduuraunta la Uanupoadaao Ulim,
Ft--pr at, iriti optnlntvi f t)r. Wm. A. Hnm.
ttintiif, tli wfrM-fmMl Hpt.Ulktta Minn DImml
jmili-l tirriMilrtifl'hniniMinii, tbt Pueluil
,. .V. I . II irhurrt PnrMr. tb HolMitlw,
lii. W. V. A-ior, J ml Uihara, J a a If.
in. an'l nt'inr.. vtiu p ir of
A. LoInM "fli. nil Fink Ave., It. Y.
nnMJmiox suum ttitti).
' i d tii a fctHTOH I'lraie Inform your reiut
r ilist I huve a ixultlve remedy for the above
ninni'd disease, lly Its llinely use thousands of
l,'iielpcae! nave neen permanently cured.
I -l.all bn zlad to send two bottles of my reme
dy niKKtimny of your readers who havecoo
nitnptlonlf they will send nis their express
snd pot omc Hdilreis. wspecifuiiy,
'.a. .si.ouuM.it. t:..mi i it.,w Yci.
Froposoi Amendment to t.i Col
AMENDMENT NO. 1.
Suction 1. Be It resolved ny the General As
sembly ot the state of Ohio, That a proposition
hull be submitted to the electors oi this State
on the flrst Tuesday after the tlrst Monday In
November, 18S, to amend Section 2 of Article
All of the Constitution of the Btnte of Ohio, so
that It shall read as follows:
6so,2. The General Assembly shall provide
for the raining- ot revenue for the support of
the state and local governments; but tuxes
shall be uniform on the same class of subjects.
Burying grounds, public school bouses, houses
used exclusively for publlo worship, Institu
tions of purely public charity, publfo proparty
used exclusively for any publlo purpose, and
riersonal property tosn smount notexoeedlnn
n value two hundred dollars for each Individ
ual, may, by iconeral laws, bs exempted from
taxation; and the value of nil property so ex
empted shall, from time to time, be asoertaiued
and published, as may be directed by law.
Hbctionz. At such election those electors
desiring to vote for such amendment may have
placed upon their ballots the words "Taxation
Amendment Yes " and those opposed to such
amendment may have placed upon thlr bal
lots the words Taxation Amendment No."
Hrction 8. This amendment shall take effect
on the first day of January, 18VU.
KLliKHT L. LAMPSON.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
T11E0. F. DAVIS,
President pro tern of tbe Senate.
.aaopiea April v, itm.
Unitsd States or Aiiriioa. Ohio, 1
Orrioa or ths Bicsktisv or Stat. J
T. Daniel J. Rvnn. RecretArv nf Rtafn of ths
State of Ohio, do hereby oertlfv that the fore-
going is a true copy of a joint resolution
adopted by the General Assembly of the Btnte
oiunio. on tnemn day of April. A. u. im
tuken from the original rolls filed In this office'
In testimony whereof, 1 have hereuuto sub
scribed my nsme, and affixed my offl
ssml cial seal, at Columbus, the ltith day of
April, A. u.imi.
DANIEL J. RYAN.
Secretary of State.
S. F. BLACK,
Contractor and Builder,
Flans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 46-ly
Pratt & Herrick,
GENERAL FEES AND FLOUR STOKE,
Free delivery to any part oi the corppr
ation. ltailroacl street, Wellington, O. '
C. E. SUTLIFF,
DEAIiEIl 22T COAL
Jackson and Blossburg.
Terms Cash and Prices Low.
Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48
CHRISTIE & BENNETT
CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS
or KTXRT DH8CBIPTTOM.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
''-Si"-'1- . t ,
Dr. O. H. MacFarland's
Great Medical Dis
covery. Trill Mrd1t)v will cnr ('tirante and Toflmmtory
KticummUm, Neunilftlo,:Ciron,c Malaria, Drspcptla.
Hie i HeaUache and all d I of the Llvar and
Kldntya, Mm will rarf Catarrh. Hcrofula, Salt
Ithf um, and all dltrraaea that ara raurwd from Impure
blood. It It odd of th beat Wood and Liver rvnia
dlfa known. It purnflen Ihe hlood, umatca a hrallhy
action of the liver and kldurjra. llenco, It eradliJitea
tlifte dlaeawa from the ylem. Tbnee tinVrlna;
with thi-ie dhwaava, try a but of this itreat medical
dttcovnry, aud he convinced of Ha nitrlta, Kvery
boi auarantfcd to live eattnfactlon. or monfijr re
fnndVd. Klftydftyirattn'iit In earh hoi. Price $1
per Imix, or tlx boxen for lie aure yon get the
Soldonlr ia Wallingtoa, by Dr. J
Bhoaldany oned"i1re, ther can order direct from
Dr. t H MarKarlanif. Ohrrlln, O, This la the
brat4d mfdlrlne delivered to the ntttwna of Wellttut'
ton laat February and ocietofore only been told If
the Doctor aiuuerlla
A thoroughly imu and vhnl.mm. nrfnr! Inr
tor arrasttii fernimutloa, enabling one to bat
rich, sparkliuir oldar Uierur around. Hasbaanon
the mnrkrt six roars, and I indorssd bt thous
ands who hae mod It. HthorouhJyolrlrlf nd
Imparts no foreign tasta. Hut ap in boxr dralgn.
ed for Stand 60 (tall, paokafroa, retailing at Wkand
U eta. Bold hr dsnlirs, nr aunt by mall on recelut
ot price. INbMN BRO'I, PMAJUucnrr. srs. a
Sold by F. D. Felt.
Da Yovr Own Iyela, at Beta. 1
Th-r ill dye verrUilnf. Thsy an sold mrfv
where. Pnrs lOe. apackav. Tlierhanneaqual
lor Htrenir Ii, Itrtirhtnau, Amount la Paokan
or for r.if ii m ikunr. or noii-riuiuis wwuh.
Thar dom-t " rk i r.mii: 40-lim. Yoraalabr
E, VY AdnmsaUoF.D.FFlt
Malcitt a lovslv Comnlaxlnn. Jl e
Splendid Touio, snd cams Nolls, Flmp-1
Iks. borolula. Mercurial ana an ciaoaa
FDlasasea, Bold br lour liruiiU I
'Sellen Medicine Co., Prttsburgh.Pa
; ; v s.-v T
Cavests.and Trade Marks obtained, and a
Paterjtbusluessoonduoted for Moderate Fee '
Our office Is opposite 0. 8. Patent Offloe. W
havenosub-aKencles.all buslnessdlrect, hano '
esntransaotpatentbuslnessln less time aa
atlets cost tlian those remote from Washing
Bond model, drawing, or photo, with desorlp
tlon. We advise If patentable or not, free e
charge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured
A book, "How to Obtain Patents," with ret
erences to actual clients In yourState, county
ortown, sent free. Address
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C.
Vf lift tryjr. . .
Is the best place in the city
and Sansage FreBh
Meal always clean. Attention alwaj
WHITNEY & ABBOTT, '
Carpenter Block. . Welllnttlon, O
We are now making easy terms and et
ceedlngly low priced; also show this fines
stock of Pianos and Organs In the Btat
We are tbe Northern Ohio Agent for '
Decker pro'u Planoi.
B. Dreher's . ...
Kraniob. St Baoh .
Sterling 1 '
Newbv St Evan
Worcester snd Lorinsr & Blake'
New Organs 18.00 per month.
Write for free catalogue and Information
J47 Supsrior St., CLEVELAND. OHIO
PIANOS aM ORGANS
HEAD. f y f(
Try the Cure
Ely's Cream Balm
Cleansee the Nasal Passaroe. Al
lays Inflammation. Heal the Sorea.
Eos tore the Senses of Taste, Small
A particle la applied lataeu!aaetraaj,4
ie asrreable. PriaaOOo. at Iralata ar by
aaJ. ELY BHOTUKIUM Warren HkawTork,
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
So etta;wleedl (hat It eaa k Ukken,
dffaetee), mad eMatiitllatad by th aoi ft -xnaltlT
atamarb, wkra th plal 1
rosaiit be tolaratadl and by lb a ox i
blnatloa artha all with the hypapUoa
pblUs Is macls more e flic he to ma. ...
Reaarkotto a a fesb prWoerr. '
Vtnou 11 npUUv wUU taibg U. .
BCOTTS EMULSION U acknowledged b7
Phvsiciaa to be th Finest and Dest prepa.
zation in the world for th reliof end cur ot
UCNERAk OEBILITY, WASTING
CCLD3 and CHRONIC COUGHS.
Vt grtat remedy fur Consumption, and
WaMnq in ChMnn. Sold by all PruggUts.
Msad Beat Mark
Breeders ot PiacamuN
and Fsskci Co.ia
Houu We offer I
la ealert from, snersa
lee our boreal breeders
oaks km prtoee, am
ell oa eaey lerme
Lerre eataloeus free
Addrera Haren Vw
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