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lef Items of Interest to the Eea-
ldents of Ohio.
Cisciniuti. June 25. The stockholder of
the Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and
Bt Louis Hallway Company mot yesterday
for tho eloctlon of officers. Few stockhold
ers were present, out those represented
143,101 shares in person and by proxy. Tho
following directors wore clouted: Cornelius
Vanderbilt, Williu'n K. Vnurtorbllt, C. M.
nuii T l XTnfmm Xfnhrlllrt TiV lllfrAllft.
'Georgo Bliss, H. Melt. Twombley, JnmesH.
Layns, 8. J. Broivdwell, V"illium 1'. Ander
son, Alex. McDonald, Orlando Hmlth, Amos
Townsend, James Burnett, Benjamin 8.
Brown. M. E. Ingalls will be president.
Suicide of a Tailor.
SI. . T OR n , T.i mU.
Vl.BVSI.ANlf, VU MCWUr..
bout sixty years of igo, who has been do
ing small Jobs in tailoring way at No. 859
Bond street opposite the Hollenden, com
mitted suicide Monday morning by hanging
himself with a piece of clothe line in hi
-1 IT. I.l..nl1,i nt.nA In
UUp. X1U WHS VNH gUUlg 111M1 WJO pmuv u
the mornlnj and was not heard of af tor
Ward. In tho afternoon the neighbors, be
ing suspicious of somo'.hiuk' wrong, looked
through a buck win low and on swing the
dead body hauling from tho woodon parti
tion called an olUcur, who broko Into tho
tore. Jacobs hus a funiily.
' The Turner.! Foitlval.
. Cincinnati, Juno 25. It Is estimated that
not less than 12,(XK people woro prosout at
the Turners' festival list ntghk Largo
classes woro prewnt froiu Pittsburgh, New
York, Philadelphia, Duyioa and Columbus.
Their drills and rys.mastle fc.itsweroof
greater Intmvit ih-m any contests ever be
fore seen at thu campus. TUo grund foatura
of the day was the Iron utafT drill, partici
pated In by 1,'AK) mu uL-coinitaulod by 1,800
voices. The symunift'.c excwlso will con
dude to-uV'. j
Two floaters Kound.
ClNClSKiTi. June "25. The decomposed
bodies of a man and a boy were found in tha
Ohio river yesterday at tho foot of Evans
M.. 1 l -
tnvh iiiu uiuu ntM uiwiuu w ....... v
tult and on his person w.w found a memo
randum book containing the uaiuo of Will
lam Dooloy, as near 11s It could bo de
ciphered. Tho boy, apparently fourteen
years 0 d, was dressed in a blcyclo suit with
knee breeches. Tbn boMos aro supposod to
have come from Johnstown. Thoy wora
Immediately removed to the morgue.
Hon UriekUjrorj Hirlke.
Clevulasd. Juno 25. Fourteen mon em-
ployed by Thomas Simmons at bricklaying
on the Hollenden rerusou to go to worn
. Monday morning and took their tool and
left. They chargod as a reason that Blm
mon had loaned some of his men to other
contractors, and as this was an effort to de
stroy Bricklayers' Union No. 6 they rofused
to bo party to It by continuing work for
him. Simmons' explanation Is that tho work
referred to Is eo.no which ho has takon on
the hands of another contractor.
Keldeuce of Foul I'lsy.
Dukdii, O., June 25. Husan Lautzcr, tha
daughter of a. farmer, left hero two vroek
go mysteriously. . Last Baturday her body
cam home by express. While tho funeral
was In progress on Banday the coronor ap
peared and Insisted on holding an inquest
An examination showed that the girl' body
bad been mutilated, and there soem llttla
doubt that her death was caused by a crlm
Inal lunrtcal operation. The body was
. (hipped from Cleveland.
A Question of Valuation. .'
Billaihi, O., Ju'na 25. Tho board of
equalisation, of this city, has finished lta
work after adding a louti 01 10 me
tax returns. Merchants who carried 110,000
and 115,000 Insurance, and at seasons mora
than that for a short time, had thoir returns
Increased to those amounts, and will organ
Ue to resist the payment of the tax.- They
wore, however, that they expected the
amount of Insurance to be paid If their
stocks wese completely destroyed.
J. . . Tried to lulrl.le la JelL
Libahos, O., Jane 25.-William Miller,
blacksmith, of . Waynesvllle, who was
brought down to jail here a few day since
for an attempt to ahopt the marshal of that
place, attempted to commit suiciue ounaay
afternoon by slashing himself In the arm
wttli rasor. The other prisoner gave the
- alarm and preventod the consummation of
the deed. Medical aid was secured and ha
is very weak from loss of blood.
CtMlnoaU aloeolst I'rotaeUd by be
Cikcinn ati, Juno IX Quite A number of
saloons were open Sunday afternoon In con
seanenoe of the presence of so many Turn
er hs the city. When asked to make ar
rest the police refused, saying they had or
der from tho mayor to make no arrest un
less there was disorder. There were threat
made that legal proceedings would be takon
against tho mayor tor msumgsucn anoraor,
il misled for Hap.
VnntinaTowN. June 23. Lewis Kraull
man, aged twenty-five, employed at the
Btruthurs fumaco, Dve miles cost 01 nore,
was arrested Suudav night and placed In
1.11 nn a rlmrffB of rune n referred bv Miss
Badie Bturgeon, aged eighteen, residing in
Bbarpsvlllo, l'a. 'Hie prisoner uoniee in
charge arid will be held hero until roqulsl
lion can ue uuiuimu.
art the Moony is Not All Ills.
Bx. Claimtiu, Juno 25. The tox In
aulsltor In this county ha discovered W,
000 in mortgages on record In Kansas City
In favor of Unas J. Alexander, of this coun
ty, and that gentleman is charged up with
something over 10,000 of taxoe and penal-
ties due for the post nve years. Ho will re
sist paymuut, claiming the money was not
Ani.Ai. O., June 25. John Chosrown's
house in this county was ourneo. nuuaay
tables Kelly and Helbert, who were killed
by the Chesrown bovs there bout eighteen
months ago, sot the nonse on the fire. There
Is no doubt as to the Incendiary origin of the
fire, as the house was saturated with kero
Oims Insrets la Wheat. ...
FosToatA, O., June 25. A representative
of tho Chicago Board of Trade has been
here examiuliiK growing wheat. The heads
ef the train wore found affected by the same
green Insect that has made lis appearance
In Indiana ana Illinois. ,
. Oil UUoovsred User Hellalre. ,
Bim.airr, O., June 25. Tho.disooverlea
of oil In the vicinity of Olenooe, four milo
west of this eliy, ure soch that fifty men ar
' engaged in polling down a pipe line to this
oUy. Three wells are nowing.
Irownl la the anal.
Mukii.lo. O.. June 25. Richard
Bchwisky, of Navarruy this county, went
into the canal Himday to bath, and, getting
beyond his doptn, was arownoa. lue Douy
has not yei own reooverou. ,
Urawerv lluraeil With LoM of Llfn.
Voiisostowx, O., June 2. By a boiler
explnslnn In Ocorge Konncr's brewery last
night. Vharles Itlchter was instantly killed.
Tlin building took lire and was aiu-;i):u.
Los. ii.t.Oiiu; insuivu.
SWEPT BY FLAMES,
Johnstown Visited by a Great
Which Nearly Completed the
Wronght by the Flood.
Thirty Dwellings named A Panto Seised
the PeopU aud a Soene of the Wildest
Confusion Ensued Incidents of the Day.
Johnstowh, June 25. It was only due to
the direction of the wind that the remains
of Johnstown were not entirely wiped out
by fire Monday afternoon. The blaze began
et one o'clock with the First ward school
house, which stood on the bank of Btony
creek. That building stood on tho upper
side of the dlsmul waste which tho torrent
of water swept clour across the town. Close
by the school building all jumbled together
were about thirty building, some of them
in a good state ot preservation and inhab
ited. Next to theite houses was a street, the
only one not yet cleared of debris, and on
the opposite side was a wide stretch of
ground tightly packed with frame buildings
in all manner of decrepit atlltudes. Btill
further above wore some of the bost pre
served buildings in tho city.
Had the wind carried the flamos In the
opposite direction tiro would have destroyed
what tho flood had loft. As It was, the Hro
causod a veritablo panic in tho immediate
neighborhood, as it euvoloiied one house
after anothor in rapid succession. One of
the abandoned bouses had been a hardware
store, and the explosion of a keg ot powder
la it sent the burning roof flying in frag
ments, thus Increasing tho dangor. Men
were put to work smothering tho bonfires
that stretched across tho open spaco, with
earth, and in this manner cut off the Ore's
line of communication to the threatened
buildings, whoso occupants were already
moving the remnants of their furniture.
This banking ot tho bun tires with earth and
the veering of the wind so that tho burning
embers were carried Into Stony creek ended
the danger In this direction.
On the other sldo tho tiro met with no op
position until it reached the ruinod street.
The militia and a gang of luborors worked
hard at clearing the street and then tore
down a number of houses on the opposite
side. By this time the streams of water
from the Are engines had their offoct and
the fire was under control after burning tor
two hour, and twenty Ave or thirty houses
were in ashes. The whole population of the
valley turned out to watch the conflagra
tion, and so general became the belief that
everything remaining would go up in smoke
that In all directions people wore loading
their enecis on wagons preparatory to flee
ing to the bills. Tho money loss will be
bout 135,000. The Are was caused by three
small boys sotting ore to a pilo of rubbish.
The discbarge of the workmen lost eve
ning was oonscqucnt upon an order issued
last week by Colonel Douglass, the chief en
gineer, and ha been productive of the wild
est discontent among tho con tractors. Over
BOO names were stricken from contractor
McKnlght'i list of workmen and many were
aischargea from, the gangs working for
other contractors. McKnlght immediately
loft for Pittsburgh and brought out the
money to pay off his men. All of the dis
charged men will leave to-day. It U under
stood that the reduction of the force la made
to get rid of the mischief makers among the
men and that the lorce van be gradually
Increased until the contractors have all the
A. J. Moxham, general manager of the
Johnstown Ball Company, gave notice Mon
day that after next Saturday the people In
hi employ will not be on tho relief list.
This was paralleled by notification from
the East Conemaugh authorities that their
people wore in no further noed of relief.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company is
building boom below the city to catch the
bodies floating away from tho stone bridge.
This wreckage will bo hauled out and burned
to-prevent Its floating and lodging against
bridge farther down the river.
An Italian was arrested in the laborer1
camp last evening with large valise in
which we concealed seven one-pound stick
Of dynamite stolen from Arthur Kirk, the
dynamiter. Loose In the valise with the ex
plosive were quantity of knives, forks,
spoons, etc., relic of the flood. A local
magistrate flned the fellow Ave dollar and
conn seated his valise and content. The
sohllert then chased him out ef the camp,
Last evening Clara Barton, of the Red
Cross Bocloty, asked General Hasting for
transportation for twenty -Are of the more
destitute people, largoly females, to Asbury
Park, N. J., where Colonel Elliott F. Hhep-
ard ha offered to maintain them for
month. General Hastings furnished the
ticket and the Ked Cross people will tend
them away this week.
TRAtKED BY BLOODHOUNDS
An Alabama Dnpsrado Chased bj a Hher
irs Posse and Uofi Ulve Battle to tils
Partners, Killing the Hounds and Wound
ing the Men.
Baltimore, Juno 25. A special from
Gadsden, Ala., says : Frank Bennett, dis
solute character, wont to the house of John
Blms, near Cavo creek, Sunday and threat
ened to kill the whole family because Mrs,
Blms had refused to let his Aftoen-year-old
daughter marry Bennett. He was driven
away and Sims obtained a warrant for hi
arrest Deputy Hhori.T Wright and a posse
started with four bloodhounds and tracked
Bennett to the house of hi cousin, Jim
Bennott refused to surrondor and opened
Are, killing three dog and severely wound
ing deputies Wright and Miller. He then
escaped, though fired upon. A strong posse
Is in pursuit, and at hut accounts they had
Bennott surrounded iu a thicket. A lynching
Will Correct tlie Mistake.
. Cbicaoo, June 25. At a meeting Monday
'of the director of the Washington Park
Club It was decided to correct the blunder
of the Judge In giving the Afth race on Sat
urday to the wrong horse a far a lay with
in the power of the club, and to that end Mr.
Bush, who haa chargo of the betting privi
lege, was directed to pay all ticket on Red
Light purchased at the track which may be
presented to him. Tho directors also de
cided to pay tho purse money, IjOO, to both
Red Light and Baggage.
Arraeglax for lied Nose Mike's Kseeutlon.
Wli.( (sharhi, Pa., June 28. Prepara
tion for the hanging today of Michael
Kiszolo, alias "Bed Nose Mike." are com
plete. Atkinson, the Now York hangman,
will act aa excutloner. The condemned
man scorns unaffected by tho approach of
the fatal hour. About 2,000 applications to
the sheriff for permission to sue the hang
ing remain unacted upon, the sheriff ab
senting himself from his office yesterday.
Harrison Preparing for His Taoatloo.
Was'iiisoto, June 95.The President re
turned from Cae May last night Ho ex
pect to make another visit to Capo May on
Friday, and Mrs. Harrison will return with
him to the White llouno next Monday. Ar
rangements are being made for the depart
ure ot the entire household for Deer Park,
whero the summer will be spent. Tho exact
date Is not known, but it will be the latter
part of next week in all orobabllltv. ,
ENTERPRISE, WEMES1)AT, J UM 2fi.
Woodruff and P. O. BuDlvan Claim
to bo Beady for Trial,
Whilo Coaghllri Wants Ills Case Con-
tinned Bnrke'H Extradition
Warrant Sipied. '
The Suspect Arreated at Frankfort, Ind.,
Proves to be Mot the Man Wanted lie
velopments Regarding the Doctor's Trial
by the rian-Na-GaeL
Chicago, Juno 25. Ex-Detective Dan
Coughlin, Frank Woodruff and P. O. Sulli
van wero brought before Judge- Bhopherd
Monday morning at the requestor Assistant
State's Attorney Neely, to lonrn whother
they wished to be tried this terra of court
Coughlin stutcd that his attorney, Mr. For
rest, was too busy to attend to bU case now
and he would liko his case continued.
8ulllvan and Woodruff, ho wever, declared
that thoy wero ready for trial. Attorney
Neely stated to the court that be did not
wish one cose continued unless the other
woro, and at his suggestion the prisoner
were taken back to jail.
State' Attorney Longenockor was asked
what bo thought ot Woodruff' and BuUl-
van's apparent willingness to go to trial.
He replied: "We have evidence enough to
hang both those follows; lot them go to
trial if thoy wish."
Despite his vigorous denials It is positive
ly known that State's Attorney Longeneck-
cr bos received Important Information re
garding the plot of which Dr. Cronin was
tho victim. This Informutlon came to him
in letter unsigned, but which contained
many statements outside of t)a main Issue
which convinced the ofllclul that It could be
rolled upon. It states In effect that Cronin
was triod in February by the innor circle of
Camp 20, John F. Begg presiding, found
guilty of buing a British spy and sentenced
to death. Instead of calling for volunteer
"romovers" lot wore drawn, the name of
every man present being written on slips of
paper. Tho names of thoso selected were
not made known at the mooting. The only
one of tho participants who had definite
knowledgo was tho man whoso duty It be
came to notify those upon whom the choice
had fallen. This man, according to the loi
ter, Is John F. Beggs. The State's Attorney
is moving heavon aud earth to discover the
writer and Is willing to promise him immu
nity and ample protection If he will come
The grand Jury yesterday afternoon sud
denly took up the Cronin case and Issued
an order for Beggs' appearance. . Officers
searched for him high and low, bnt he could
not be found. Later the State's Attorney
went before Judge Shepherd and secured
tn order dlrectlug postmaster Sexton to
produce before the grand Jury all applica
tions for money ordors or registered letter
and all other information which might have
a bearing on the murder. It I said that tho
police are on the track of some of the Indi
vidual who attended the trial and that
Beggs will bo arretitod if found to-day.
Luke Dillon Is quoted as saying that the
police have another suspect under surveil
lance of whom nothing yet ha been said.
He Is a Californlan, ha a lucrative busi
ness and enjoys an excellent reputation.
This man, who he bellovea I the original
"Simons," is, he says, the last man In the
world that would be suspected ot such
The dispatch from Roma via London to
the effect that Archbishop Feehao had made
a report on the Clan-Na Gael to tha Vatican
I cbaraotortied as sheer nonsense by Vicar
General Muldoon. The church, be says,
does not act as quickly a thus Indurated.
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Schuettler and Frank Scanlon arrived here
yesterday morning from Chicago, and Mr.
Scanlon at once decided that the suspect
arreated at this place was not Coonoy. He
admitted, however, that the resemblance
wa striking The man turns out to be Pat
rick Donahue, of Greenoastla, Ind. He Is aa
Intelligent Irishman nd member of tha
Land Learue. bnt not of the Clan-Na-tiaeL
He Is strong admirer of Dr. Cronin, whom
he claims to have met frequently. Donahue
admit that the local authorities were Justl
Acd lu tha arrest and that he tallies with the
description given and the photographs sont
out from Chicago. He I engaged in selling
patent medloine on the street. Upon tha
failure of the Chicago offloers to Identify
him bo wa immediately released, tie tnen
left for point west.
Washinotox, June 25. Tha President on
hi return from Capo May last evening,
signed tho warrant for the extradition of
Martin Burke. Owing to some technical
requirements, however, the State' messen
ger, Mr. Baker, was not able to leave with
It last night The warrant will be sont to
the State Department this morning, and Mr.
Baker will leave with It tor Chicago at
eleven a. m.
rait Affnlnut James O. Maine.
Richmond, Va., Juno 25. In the chancery
court vostorday Watkins, Campbell Co.,
creditor of tho Richmond Si Allegheny
Railroad Company, eutered suit agaiust
Hon. James G. Blaine and other stockhold
ers of the Richmond & Allegheny Railroad
Company. The object of this suit Is to re
cover from the defendant, who aro stock
holders of the Richmond Si Allegheny Rail
road Company, tholr pro rata shares of H-
IHO.OOO, the difference between 15,000,000
stock subscribed and fclO.Ooo actually paid In.
starvation and SI leery.
Bi-Kiso Vau.it. 111., June 25. Tho coal
miners here have boon locked out since
Mav L because they would not agree to
reduction In wage. Tho town has decreased
In population from 5,000 to 2,-Vm. Most of
those who have gone awoynro men, louvlng
Lm numbers of women nnd children un
provided for. Outside relief hus so far
mouuted to about olght.v-Hvo rent pc
f am I ly In tho aggregate. There Is great dos-
tiiution and distress and many families are
absolutely without food.
Ilnralarj Prevented by a Girl.
fltw Bhuxhwick, X. J., Juno 25. Ed
ward DUloncey, a nogra, attempted by
means of a ladder early Bundny morning,
to enter a house In the suburbs ocoupled by
. the widow Bergen and her two daughters.
One of the daughter t sard him and called
to an Imaginary person to "brliir the gun.
This frightened the negro, who tied, leaving
his hat and shoes. Ho has since bucu cap
turcd and lodged in JulL -
Kavsget ut the Ann Worn.
Bloominuto, III., June 25. A good deal
ot alarm Is expressed by farmer near here
on account of tho atUck of tho army worm
upon the grass and other croix. It hs been
found within the last few days working the
oat, whout and meudowe. In Miller P:u-k,
In this oltv, tho army worm has cooinlotoly
tripped several acre 01 grasa. . ,
Oefienil Cameron at Death's Door,
LancASTltn, Pa., Juna IB. Evidence of
Bimou Cameron's ImTeasing weakness an
plainly apparent, although he continues
fully conscious and ox tended his haud toan
acquaintance yesterday morning. A false
report wa current last evening that Gen
eral Cameron wa dead. Ue la rapidly sink
ing, but may survive tha night
JlCad the following! , C. n. Unrrla
Newark, Ark., sayst "Wa down witii
Abscess of lung and friends and phy
sicianr pionounced me an lnnnrahlv
consumptive. Began takinir Dr. King's
New Discovery lor consumption, am
now on my third bottle and am able to
oversee the work on ajy farm. It in
the finest medicine made." Jesse Mid-
llewart, Decatur. O., says: "Had It
iot been for Dr. King's New Dlsooverv
for consumption 1 would have died nf
lung; trouble. W& given up by doctors.
Am now In best of health." Try it.
latnpJt) bottles ires at Adams'. b
The Population of Wellington
Is about 8,000, and we would say at least
one-half are troubled with some affection
of tha throat and lungs, a those com
plaints are. according to statistics, more
numerous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neglect tha oppor
tunity to call on their druggist and get
bottle ot Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
lungs. Trial size tree. Large bottles 50c
and f 1. Hold by all druggiRtp.
Buckles' Amies Salve.
Tha best salve in the world for cw.
bru'scs, sores, ulcers, salt rheam, level
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chllblxli.i
corns and all skin eruptions, and positive
!y cures piles, or no psy required, h i
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, ot
money reiunaea. Price 20 cents per hoi.
For Bala br Woostai ds Adams. lit I
396 in Sixltfonths.
VanWert Cecmlcal Co, Watcrton ,N. Y.
Gentlemen . I take pleasure In In
forming you ef the wonderful suceess
we have had with your Lang Balsam.
We have sold In the last six months
31)6 bottles. We have guaranteed near
ly every bottle but as yet have bad only
four returned. I rm In receipt of scores
of testimonials from the most promin
ent residents of our city which I should
like to send you. Trial size free. E.
W. Adams the L ading Drugglste
S. Felt, Jr.Drugglnt.
English Spavin Liniment removesall
Hard. Soft, or Ca'lous'd Lumps and
Blemishes from horses Blood tinavln.
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney Ring-bone,
Sines, bursitis, all swollen Throat,
Coughs, Etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted. Sold by W. E.
Adams, Druggist. Wellington ,O.44-20t
Thts remedy is. becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electrio titters sing the same song of
ftrolse. A purer medjolne does not ex
st and it Is guaranteed to do all that Is
olalmed. Electric Bitters will cure all
diseases of the liver and kidneys, will
remove pimples. Dolls, salt rhjumand
other affections caused by impure blood
win artve malaria from the system and
prevent as well as cure all malarial
fevers. For cure of Ileadoche, Consti
pation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaran
teed, or money refunded. Trice 50 cts.
and 11.00 per bottle at Adams' drug
The Handsomest Lady
In Wellington remarked to a friend tha
other day that she knew Kemp's Balsam
tor the Throat ana Langs was a tupeiior
remedy as It stopped her cougn instantly
when other conga retreuies had no effect
whatever.. Soto prove this and convlce
you of it merit, any druggist will give you
a sample ootue iree. isrge size ou ceoir
and one dollar.
. Peculiar '
In the combination, proportion, and
preparation of Its Ingredients. Hood's
Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures where
other preparations entirely fall. . fu
cular In lu good name at home, which
is a "tower of strength oread." Pe
culiar In the phenominal sales It has
attained. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
most successful medicine for purifying
the Diooa, giving strengtn, ana creat
ing an appetite.
The new vegetable tonlc-alternstlve
aud blood purlfyer In tha shape of a
pleasant syrop, and aontal ns in a con
centrated form the most valuable
curatives, which have been developed
by modern medical and sclenuflo re
search. It acts directly upon the
blood, through the Imparting tone and
vigor to the entire system and eradi
cating disease, and la unequsled as a
cure for scrofula, cancerous ami
other humors, whether constlutional or
otherwise, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia. Lro;y, sick and nervous head
ache, female weakness, and all blond,
liver and kidney diseases. Price $1.U0.
Hold by r, v. reit.
J. M. Loom Red Clover Co., Detroit.
Gent: I commenced taking your Extract
Kea Clover two year ago, lor Jrysipeln
and have not been troubled since. It ll
hereditary with me. Think you have tlia
best blood medicine known. Your trulv,
Rockwood, Mich., Feb. S,182.
J, M. Loose Red Clover Co.v-I have
used your Fluid Ext. Red Clover Bio,
soms, prescribed by A. I Sawyer, Monro,
Mich., end hav? received great b' nt lit
from the same, after having (uflered a
great denl for years. Kespecttully,
Itch, Manga, and Scratch on human
or anlmuls cured In 80 minute by Wool
lord's Bsnitary Lotion. This never tall
Bold bv E. W. Adams, Druggist, Wllin'.
To The Citizens of Wellington.
Fred D. Fell, the druggist, of Welling,
ton. will keen lor sale tha celebrated
Indian Pill, manufactured by Ihe eminent
Dr, R. MacFariand ol Genoa, O. This Is
tha pill that cure hendacbe, sick or ner
vous, also constipation, and for One (allure
we offer $100 II directions are carried out.
Wa can tell you more, they cure rheuma
tism, rlatlc,nr chronic, Inflammatory. All
stomach diseases yield every time to this
great discovery. Tbey will positively
cure all diseases ot the urinary nrgina it
curable from any medicine. The secret Is
tbey cure the liver and will not fail. Do
not tall to try this medicine; $1 a box, SO
pill in each box. Call at Felt's drug store
for them. Felt only keeps them. Well.
Ington. Ask for the little book giving
symptoms, l his is the great blood search
er of tha world.
N.B. Feit's only. Remember Dr. R
MacFarland's pill Is tha only genuine
macr arianu puion earvn.
DR. A. H. ELLIOTT,-,
, WILL BE AT ..
American Eousr, Wellington, 0.
The third Thursday of
each month, for the
purpose of treating
A Cure Guaranteed for every Case or
The Greatest Blood Purifier i
This Great German Medicine l
h.ti,wtMn.l 14A.l..iuanf HIT
PlIUItmTTKKSfnrtl.oO. cnsthany S
one cent a aose. ll win cure uu-at
. ... n . .Ll .11 n A-nS
a common pimple on the fsce 4
to that awful iIIwrim) 8ororul. S
SULPHUR BITTKItS Is the
beat medicine to use In al
csmcs of such tuijlwrn nilynm. Kid
IVCU SCSICIl UlSUaeCe. lK7.,nv.ni-nnt
not ever take ofonlcr. l'r
Hlnce jrnnr trurt In
or what alls
the -nnragt and heat
meuiunoevermauo. XnInhnr KiUr
withsyeiiowstickyr iranTwannmu yon
subKtanrer lsyourare unable to walk, or
breath foul and are flat on yeur back,
offensive? Yourbnt (rut some at once. It
stomach Is out will cure you. Sulphur
of order. UscUlHersl
8UI.WJITR rt, TnwnlM'a tVlanit.
is your HT-mtenng are soon nuuieweu oj
Ine thick, tuo. liemember what you
ropy, ck-rcad here, It may Bare your
ndy, orufn. It haa saved hundreds.
il wail unui KMnunvwa
Are von low-spirited snd weak,
Tor nufft-rlns- from the oxreMe ot
F youth? If so. 8ULPUUH IMTTBKS
r wui cure you. . .
Send S t-eent stamps to A. P. Onlwsy A Vo
Boston, Mass., for best medical work published
When I say Cur I do not mesn merely to
stop Uirm lor a limo, and then bare Uiem re
turn Sftaln. I ll MAN A KADICAL CliiiK.
I have made tho dlseaae of .
JITS, EPILEPSY or
A life-long study. I warraT tnj remedy to
COUK U.n worn; ah mi. li others haVto
fiiKu.l ta n.i'C : '-.r .iot rv r -Iidi score,
fend st oiM'u for a irr it- c ti'j 1 kes ItorrLa
Ot my iNfiLluu: kM.nil'. Gi Exprel
and t-j- ON.-A. It co- 'j yon nothing tor a
trtal, and It will cure job. Address . , .
H.Q ROOT. M.C., l,?Ptw mutOtf
THE GREAT Bl00J Ptttiner.
Cancer, Rumors, Som, Ulcers, IvretllDrs,
Tamers, Abeceeeoa. Blood Peleoninc, alt
Bbeum, Cetarrh. Erysipelas, Rheumatism,
end all Blood and Bkln Dlacaee.
rawa, It per Flat Bottle, or t Bottle (or 4.
J. U. LOobK KJU) CLOVTO CO,
Palaoa Btaamara. Low Kata&
SW TMps per Week Setweea
DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND
I. ClateTOaWiaae Hnaei, Marue Caty.
very Week Day Inane,
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
pweil SiadaTHpe rtafmly ml amgisl
Oun Illustrated PAUPHttrrs
Beesi eaS azeareleei Tiekeei wtn be feniaked
C 0, WHITCOMB. Oen'l Paaa. a4
Detroit a Cleveland 8tsiq Nav. Co.
i-wlARM'S GINOIlt TONIO itr-owt Ul
rw iiirtlk iiiAl fwttH,MJun3 thai tmirK bi aUJ Mm fJ
.,u -'tiiis.:ifin, fnat HeVtirM, utd fl palai awl
r Its uao. 1
Ifn, it hai
t Try a
..fr, rirvtand bt crirv forOn., a,, ivWmk,
lllirtlli. .MiMiiiMriuiful'tloti-lri-t, jljjvwsl.
bM Wiail4HnM(s lUauseOaa X.
, !. : - - - 1 ,;m-. . . . v ;-
Reeommended bv fln liiirhmit tniultnal
"nnd chemical authorities, who testify to
ue niniiiuie purity, wnoic KomeneMi ana
wonderful strength. Kvi-ry can guaran
teed to do tho work of any other baking
powder cosIIiik twice as much. Uvery
can auarunteed to give lutUfuetlon, or
purchase money refunded.
1 Ik. Can. eo.i H lb., IOc.i 4 lkv, Sc.
If your dealer does not keop Crown, do not
let him p"adc yon to hoy minio other he
claims to be )uat udooU, butaak him toobllke
you by setting1
D'KTEK 8 CItOWN EAlild POWDEE.
POST, L. 1
Meets on the td
day evenings of
Post room in
M. W. Lsn,
J. T. Haskell,
Learn thort-hand. OldKrhooL Every redo
ale employed. Bl salarlea. Low TulUoa.
Quick work. Tborongb Inntnictlon. Ty pe
er rl tin k and PenmaashTp. V nder the pereooal
raanaxemeDt of P. W. Wllllaa. late Prtvala
rfhort-band Reporter o( Hon. J. Warren Ktllec
es-Hpeaker Iower Houm of ConrreM,
l-ataloinieaiu ntudenif free. Addreee,
WILLK' C0LLE6E SHOUT-HAND, sprinted, ft.
The tr&de is gradually
can be found
Can be purchased at ex
tremely low prices and
delivered free ol charge
within the corporation
"We have now on hand a freak
and we intend to sell the same
at the lowest Cash Price.
We also pay the highest
market price for
Butter and Eggs.
Choice Teas and Coffees a specialty
Comer LUterty and Mill streets, nea
Loose's Bed Clover File Remedy.
Is a positive sptM-.IHc lor all forms ol
tlir dlwtte. lllltxl, bli itlinir. Itching, VI
cernatlt nnd Prolrntllng Pile. Price (K
tor sale by i tea I' ell.
"WHYl YOTIR 1JVER
IS OUT OF ORDER
To win hm fifK iTKDAcrrm, rxra
IN TlUt SlDE,llrKHlA. POOH Al'P
1'ITE, fool UetIre and onahle t- wl
vonr daily work oreoeUl enjoyttnta. Utm
will be a aMtrdea to roo.
WlH erre yea, rte tfce POWOK ft
pear Ufa. Jjs he awd ft aj lmj IHr
PlNfUMU THI BRSATM. ASKFOMtr.
FIXIhIKQ EHOS., - Pittsburg, Pi
Fine flair? Butter