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A Family ITowspaper Dovotod to Xho Xatsrost of Lorain County and Vicinity.
WELLINGTON XOEAIN COUNTYI'PHIO, .WEPNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1889.
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VOL. XXIII.
NO. 17.
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THH MTKHFRISK,
Published even Wednesday, at
WELLINGTON, OHIO.
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ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW.
) J.T.HASKELL.
, iTTuESE7-T-UW i:i SOTA&I PUBLIC.
Loans and Collections mado a specialty
Office In bank baUdlng.
J. H. DICKSON,
ATT 0 EN E Y-AT-L AW,
fend lolloltor of
American and Foreign
PATENTS.
WEST BIDE PUBLIC 8QUABE,
WTSTTJNOTON. - OHIO.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
SOODWIN, InmraiMe Airent aoa
IV. HoUry Pnblle. Insurance, Swede, ort-
racee, Willi, Imm, contracts, m, wn
i neat sod local manner. Olio over Berate s
boot and shoe itore.
TONSOMAI
EUCBMB ROBINSON, Ue Barber, keeps
one of the Deateet, moss convenient Bar-...-
i. . Ani. Inu w workman
mploved. A foU iMorimeot ot hair oils, po
WUa 'and hair restorative. Fine bath-roomS
rTZI.Vi at .11 hour with
hot and cold water and all neeesaary oonvsal.
eoea. Rooms. bOULO siae unrv .mw.
DKNTIH18.
Hi. MOLBHOOU, DentlfL Offloa OTW
. Hutted' stora, In fienk Bulldlnf,
WelllnfftoD, Ohio. Nitrous aztde faa admin.
surod far tue aitraauoa ac uow.
Cawtolle'a Art OalloryPletures la ST
fcj err siyie aoa rutu uv w,.u ui.
.MMtinn n.id tn .nl&nrlDS la vravoa
Ink, or Water Colors and copying trom old
!..... iim inwitiniill Dreserred and uu'
Dltoates an be had at any time. Gallery over
liowlby k Hall's grooery. i -
Pictures ot all kinds. Noest work and latost
style. Oopylnc and eDlargins in Crayon. Iak
and Pastel. Special attention to we umuio.
CrMtar'a Bloek, WoUlnrton. O.
PHYSICIANS.
E. HATHAWAY M. D.
SPECIALTIES!
Kecisl dlteuas snd dlnetnti of the bUddertnd
kldoeys. Pllw.alceralian of the Kctam, S.tnU
too, aware, tod all prevailing dlui of the
ectam treated by an Improvud ifatem, wltnoat
pain or detention from buinet..
Dlaca.ee of the bladder and ktdneyatreatad only
after a careful and proper as aljrala oi tne arm.
Offlc In
Carpenter Block - ' Walllnfton.O
VETEEINAEY SUEGE05.
' i R. G. HOLLAND,
Tsterimr? Surgeo&&Dd Dentist
Crtlera received at Telephone Exchange
aadatF.D Felt's drug store, r- i
Graduate Toronto VotflrinrvCnlleee.'alas'T.
:: L. B. PRATT,
7et6rnit,7 Su?eon uiJcatist
Over twenty-five ymrs of practice. Orrtofs
received at Adamt' and Ilonxhton s drug
stores. Ilnrsea still taken lor treatment at m
aiiklile on Uiurtlauo Avenue.
JEWELEES.
J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent,
nlr in Clocks. Watches. Jewelxy.Bil
erware, Gold Pens, etc. No. 5, Public
Square, Wellington, Ohio
BARRETT
WAIT,
Livery and Feed Stable
South Side Mechanics Street, firs!
door east ot American fiouoj
Carriages, tor tnnerali Wilds' eorporatloi,
NOTICE. .
Conveys , PAssengets amj Baggage to
and from trains or redden". Also Col
lects and : dlstrlButci tSTRgSK'.dolDR ,
eneral expressing and packsg business.
Leave orders or telephone, American
Jouse. ffr-ty n. S. srmr. " o; .
WWW'-
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J. J. THOMAS,
. Manufacturer Of And Dealer la
Monuments 5 Tombstones
Everything pertaining to cemetery work
ill receive prompt attention at prices to
uit the times. , , ,. . (J
PLAWINQ MILL.
D. L. WADSWOBTH k CO..
Xsnnfactarers of snd dealers In
Door Smb. and 2iua.as
Cheese and Batter Boxes, all kinds of
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Battens, Mould
ln and Flooring.. Siding made and Bur
lace Planing done to order on short no.
tic.
WELLINGTONjO.
Dr. H. E-Warren,
Office and residence In Post office build
ing. Calls answered at ail hoars in city
or country.
Offlo Honrs B to 5 p. ma.
Pratt ,& Herrick,
:m.i feed m run imi
Free delivery to any part of the corpor
ation. Railroad street, Wellington, U.
COAU NEW FIRM! COAU
'" M. L. BUSH & CO
Would respectfully announce to the ettlienS
ot Wellington that they are now on deck, and
nMniraH wa KJaM it llrti H rm inr Hit SAlliusj vi
hard and soft coal which they will sell tot
eaahat the lowest living pneea. aiuwiw
your patronage is soiicuea.
OHBiSTIK&BBHHBTT
. atAMOfaOTUBIBS OF ' I , '
C1BBUGE8, WAG0S 15 D 8LEISHS
' ' OF BTKBT DIMOKIPTIOJI. ,
EEPAIBINO A SPECIALTY.
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-Zr 0. E,, SUTLIFF, ; : -
DSAIsEH HT CO AZi
Antiiraeite, MassllWp,
. JooltBoaaad Blosaburg.
Terms Caeh and Prices Iow I
Office on West LlWrty St.; Telephone 48
PROFESSOR Hi SAMUEL,
tTHI SPECIALIST,
Will; fli your eye with
,' glaiises whi'it all others
full. Fine glasses for the
leiut money. Lenses man
. v iin il on the premises.
137 Ei clld Avenue,
Jlivelnnd.-, f4o-l Ohio.
TRAVELERS' ' REGISTER.
FromandafteiNovflO.JWO.t"1'"111 P,M wd
.ingtoBaafouowa: .
CKSTIIAU STANDARD TIME.
r ' ,. , ,. OOIKO WkST.
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No.5 ooum weat.ro w
No 11-N.Y. Hl.L. lix
No. 27 Ciilumbus Acooui......
No: S-Nlpht Kx
JJo.Sl -total Freight
Ix.-Ojp. m
SUp. m
. 5:4.1 p. m
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, T:oo a
OOIKO BAST. '
5o. S-Nlghi Bt., ; ...
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gttftp.ai
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O..IS Booth Wertern Bx. .........
o, SOlnclnnatt diCleve'd Bx..
oAV Local. Freight.
;WBClin.&uss mi unm,:.
ASP
Cleveland & Mariotta E. E.
From and after June 9, m. trains wll Ipaas Well
tngton aa ioiiuwb
OOINO EAST.
Standard Time.
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OOIMO WEST.
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Saodadallri otnoradilly ex. Sondar.
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No. 10.
No. 1
Fnrtherlnfnrmallonlnreinirdto this line will
bctuondoupareS.
H.A.CIC LHTEB.
. OBLItLIN.
nlv ei:. a. B). Depart. l: p. aw
llfMlNIITtiS, Fl'IXIVAJt and I'OI.B.
r,iv.- .llly. II :itn . m D.pvn. !"-
PENFIELD.
Arrive daily. Pa.m.
Dn artioa-m
3. S-O-E 3C CO.,
GENERAL
INSURANCE AGENTS
For Fire. Life, Accident and Tornado. The
beat companies In the United Htatrs repre
wnted b, ua. Offies north side Libertv street
aeennd Hoof Wadaworth block. ,(3Ut
BatlnMS
r.llaa
Stands at the kcaiW Oberlhi Collrge Writing
Utp't, Oberlla Hchool of Ktrnography aod
Type-wrillnc, and Oberlln ButineM College,
.0 vriiT. HiDenwa low. Infraction thor-
oinh and courw. complete. Circulars free..
Address sCcltBK Ot HUNUURSON, OtMrlln, U
. fossuaraioM sueelt crej
.TO TH1 KDITOBnenae iniinoiur pt.
en that I bar, apoalthe rsenedr lor the abo,.
named dlaeaae". B Its flmalj' " tliouiandao
imi mm have been permanently curaOV
1 ihill he glad to send two bottlca ot my reme-.
dv pax to any of f oarTeMers wno nava eon
sumption If they will send ma their express
and post offloe address. Resnecttully,
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W I I V J A S J SI SI S
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DRUGGIST
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FubJio Square, Wellington,
Has just received a choice assort
ment of Books, Albums, and goods
for the Holiday Trade.,, . Please
inspect "
Artists' Materials,
Paints, Colors for Oil, Pastel and
Crayon work. '
Choice Stationery, in bulk and in
Boxes.
Legal Blanks, Receipts, Note
Forms, Diaries, Pocket-books,
Calendars, etc., etc.
Houghton's Cough Rem
edy
Is composed of the most ralhable
balsams and extracts, and stands
uneaualed for all diseases of the
throat and lungs.
Houghton's Liver Pills,
The best family remedy for bilious-
ness, sick headache, etc
Houghton's Glycerine
MJeuy,
A superior article for chapped.
hands and face; also an eioel- ,
lent application for;, the
face after shaving.
Houghton's Magic Oil,
A safe and, sure remedy for ab-
scABBes. runninC' sores, iresn
wounda. bruises, sprains, local in
flammation. lameness, rheumatism
etc. Its healing power is truly won.
derf ui. Valuable for man ana beas;.
Fine Perfumes, Extracts, Colognes
and Sachet Powder.
Chest and Lung Protectors, Trus
ses Syringes, etc.
Large Assortment ot Patent Medi
cines. , .' , "
PRESCRIPTIONS
A Specialty,
and carefully prepared from select
. ed drugs, herbs, chemicals tc.
Spectacles and Eye Glasses to fit
all cases of defective vision.
WE ARE -
Alwavs on Hand
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With goods to
meet the wants of
the people.
We now have
. In can, bulk or shell,
Buckwheat Flour,
. i And a full line of '
PkovisionS
. For the season. '
a
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Oat facilities lor delivering are
complete. Goods can be de
livered to our patrons free
. from exposure to in
clement weather
and in first-, ;, , '
' classfton
dition. Fresh
roceries
Do not forcet that we
make it a specialty : of
roastins: our own select
ed Coffee;- which, as in
the past, proved to bo the
Coffee oftho town. Ji
liiTi3rery;Truly,YiIO'!
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Stadoner
Booiseui
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All About the Happenings aad Special
Events la their Immediate Vicinity.
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; . . LA OBAHOK. ,
'r.f '' '. Nov. lfl. -ftO.
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. Democrats have the Governor ; now let
them steal the Lieutenant Governorship
and perhaps ihey will lie satisfied. -
B. Johostaa, or Esasas,' arrived in
town last week..
8. Vf. Kelum and Bufus Knowles, spent
last week in the Chicago stook market
Mrs. Mary : Johnson; who Is nearly 90
years of age, has gone to Indiana, to visit
granddaughter. , 1
lh. v Sweet and wile have returned
from their Michigan visit. '
' Plenty ofWaneesicr our young people
this winter. Probably no less than a
dozen between December 1st, and March
1st, sometimes two a week.
Several of oar citizens were called be,
fore the grand lury Saturday Nov. trth.
Bo far no satisfactory results obtalnd.
Mrs. E. Wight has been to Cleveland to
have two large cancers removed, one
from her brest another from her side.
Mrs, Geo. Harris and Mrs'. , Henry
Wilklus have been on the sick list the past
week or two. '..-. .
It. f . Hubbard has begun teaching ; in
the qnarry district at 137,50 a month
Mrs, Nettle Wheeler has 'begun her
second term in the Powers district.
: The fall term of the" village school will
close next week. Exercises at town hall
Tuesday and Weduesday evenings.
' "An expected hut rather sudden social
ceremony was profermed last evening by
Rev,. 6. L, Gray at Baptist church at close
c rtgular sirvices. It wis the marriage
of Mr. Scott Aldrlch of Belden to Miss
Eafulle Freeman ot LaOrange.
!"' Youbs Dryly.
fETtria-ir). , LrW
' '."7 " Nov. 18 W
Within the past few days Mr. H. D. Tay
lor and wife have entertained Mr. W. W.
Penflekl and wife, Mrs. Riley Taylor of
Elyria, and Mrs. Howard Penfleld o( Han.
nlbal, Missouri.
Mr. W.,Mander and wife of Lorain, vis
ited friends in town last week.
Miss Anna Christy bt-gao her school in
district No. 4 on Tuesday of last week.
B. McOonaughy was in Oberlln a couple
of day) last week.
Isaac Alleshouu made a business trip to
Oberlln one day last week.
3. M. McLean and 8. J. Alleshouae com
mence weir schools.. on laeauayoi tuis
week. They teach one in Amherst and
the other in Black River township.
During the past week Mr. and Mrs.
Gardner entertained Mrs. J. A Funk and
daughter of Lattaiburg, Mr. Q. O. Camp
of West Salem, aod Rev. Netslcy of Na
varre. ..
, Mr. Gilbert Goodyear of St Louis, Mich.,
Is visiting at the old far home.
Married, Nov. 7, at the residence ot Hon.
0. Card, 188 Lake St., Cleveland, Rev. 0
Lawrence, resident pastor of Penfleld, and
Miss Clara TJnabridge Rowley, of Cleve
land. Rev. J. P. Mills offlclatintr. Miss
Rowlt-y's literary work has been long and
favorably known in the Mghcr literary
circles. The happy couple arrived Thurs
day and took possession of the parsonage.
' Geo. Carlier has finished his season's
work for R. N. Wilson and has gone on
a visit to New London. lie will return
in a few days and spend the winter with
D. J. Goodyear.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm.'Gottol LaGrange
and Mrs. Samuel Shaw of Michigan, re
cently visited their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Richards.
The Congregational society had a fellow
ship meeting In their church on Wednes
day of last week. Rev. J. P. Reidinjer of
Rldgeville was in attendance.
Quarterly meeting at the M. E. church
Thursday evening and Friday afternoon
November 81 and 23. Rev. F. 8. Hoyt of
Cleveland will be In attendance. Jakk
Good News. We want every mother to
know that croup van be prevented. Trde
r.roUD never appears without warning
The first symptoms is hoarseness, then
the child appears to have taken a cold or
a cold mny have accompanied the hoarse-
ness from the start Alter that a pecul
lar rough cough Is developed, which is
followed by the croup. The time to act is
wueuthe child tint becomes hoarse: a
few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Rem.
edy would prevent the attack. . Even after
the rough cuii gk has appeared, the disease
may 1 prevented by using this remedy
as directed. The only sn way is, to keep
a 00 cent (Kittle of the Remedy in the
house for use whmeer the symptoms of
the disease appenr. For. wile by Jt rgti u
Felt, DUKglst ;-. ,. t .;. ; i.
cjS2ac:3 C7 rn c::ly
r):.od Pittm .tmnuttl Mmv Blrtw.nS nth.ro.
li. il.UMkiiMMt.NwnM Lfet.illir.LMt Mn.f4.r
n-lt.nl f r.or. in Vnnth nr..MM.Iil, ana .Mrio.a.nn,
KQrtrfl. Con a'I'.'i'.n ninltrt. ,fmiMUi' Inn, lT HI.IL
rr.O!'L"IDl.s.VUW,UttSt.,lrvXh.
News from the County Seat
TBI COUBT OP COMJIOR PICAS. r
The grand jury appeared at the first
day of the session, and have been in Sess
ion several days and report thirty-eight In
dictments. Albert Ely. vs W. C. Biggs, money only.
Continued. ' '
Albeit Ely vs Elizabeth Bird et al, re.
cover real estate. Contiued
Wm. Walker ys Elisor Lacy, account
ing and equitable relief. , Settled, each
party to pay his own costs.
Edward P St John, et al vs Lavlna L.
Hay et al; to quit title and set aside a
will, Continued.-
E 0 Steams vs E D Fisher; Money only.
Continued.
Wm O Pratt vs Byron, D Beddlecomb,
money and attachment UenUnuea at
plaintiffs costs and on his motion.
. Western Union Telegraph Co. vs E 8
Williams, Treasurer, money only. Dis
missed for want of prosecution.
Mary A Reynolds vs Frank H Rcy
nolds, divorce. Dismissed at plaintiff's
costs.
E E Williams, Treasurer vs the West
em Union Telegraph ix-money oniy,
Dismissed for want oi prosecution. .
E E Williams, Treasurer vs the Amer
lean Express Co- money only. Dis
missed for want of prosecution,
Tabbt 'Wood vs E P St John et al,
money- forclosure and equitable rauei.
Continued.
rtTabor Wood vsE P8t John at al
money foreclosure of chattle mortgago
Continued. '
L B Smiih vs John Purcnplls et al,
money and equitable relief. Settled and
costs paid.
Sent vs Peter Webber et al, money and
equitable relist Decree see journal.
Mariah Batch vs Agnes B Thelse et al,
money and . equitable rener. .uecree
aee tonrnal.
fivaline eampseu vs itooen i jodbb,
money only. Settled and costs paid.
L B Smith vs C 8 Sheldon et at, money
and foreclousnre ot mortgage. Settled
and cost paid ! , -
Katie Blonder vs John Btouder et al
forecldsure of mortgase arid equitable "re
lief Decree see journal.
Walter McRoberts vs Charles Cornell,
money only. Appeal py ueienuam.
SeUled.
W S Wallace vs J C Hill et al, money
and equitable relief. Jury waived and
case submitted to court. Judgment for
plaintiff 1500.
John Brandon vs The Equitable Aorl
dent Association, money only. Settled
M B Gates vs Geo W Boyd, tecovery of
real property. Settled.
Samuel E Putnam vs Kitty S Putnam,
divorce. Granted.
Sarah Robinson vs Harry Robinson,
divorce. Granted.
Cora B Newlon vs Mathew Evans, de
fault Decree see Journal.
Jeduthan Zlill vs .Wm F Ward etal,
monev. loreclosure ana equitauie rcnei,
Settled and costs paid, no record.
Potter and Hinckley vs Charles A Ward
money and attachment. , Default Judg.
meat for plaintiff 710.50 and order of
sale of attached property.
Walter Brown et al vs village of Lorain,
Inlunctlon and equitable relief. Dis
missed at plaintiffs costs.
Clanuda Lummls vs Filetus A Lummis
Divorce. Divorce granted and change oi
name.
Wm Stine vs Charles Beckwlth, money
only. Settled and cost paid.
Commissioners of Lorain county ys ihe
r. S & M 8 Kv Co.. inlunctlon. dis
missed at Plaintiffs cost.
In matter of exceptions to final account
C A Bush, guardian or Anna J 1 haver.
Appeal dismissed and case remanded to
probate court.
Wm Evans vs Edgar IT ltosencrans et ai,
money, loreclosure, injunction and equit-
able relief. Settled and cost paid.
Thomas Binglnglon vs Wm Vaughn et
1. foreclosure of mortgage. Delauil.
Judgment $103.05.
Catherine Ray vs L B s Jl o lty U., in
lunction snd equitable reliW. Heard and
submitted to court, l'etltion uisnusscu.
piointiir elves motion of appeaL Bond
S200.
L B SmlUi vs Charles Chandler, delault.
Judgment $171.
Zebulon Curtis vs James F Uitrrls et al,
accounting, foieclo.uro an! t-quitauie
relief.
L B Smith v W U T..j l-.r, Ji dgment
bv-conlesslon $105.13.
Same vs same, Judgment oy conieasion
tlUl.10.
Morrison W P.iel s vs Sneldon Struier
et si, money only. Appeal bv defendant.
Continued. ' , ' .
Susie Austin vs W E Austin, divorce.
Continued. ,' . . ' .
' J C McLaughlin va Stephen N Kellon,
nlv rVuillnuad. ' I
Uiiwr, v "V '
nt r0BAT.' ' ' "'
. Last will of Nicholas Elde'a, deceased,
litis of Sheffield, admitted to probate, and
widow elects to take under the will.
Joseph April Jr., and Elizabeth April
qualified as executor of last will and es
tate of Joseph April, deceased, late 'r J
Grafton. . .'
E L Got! appointed administrator of es
tate of Polly Gott deceased, 'ate of La
Grange. Last will of WH Wight,' deceased, lat.
ol Columbia, admitted to probate. ,
v r none ungnton executed deed cf
assignment for the benefit of efedtteri,
October 81, 1880. , , - , i : t
Last will of Emanuel Spitz, deceased.
late of Avon, admitted to probate, apt
widow elects o take under the wllL
TnosLlUle appointed administrator o
estate of Clara Reed, deceased. lata of
Oberlln. Appointment made merelv u
cancel mortgage. . o
Last Will of Lucy A Fisher, deceased
late of Oberlln, deposited for probate, attc
commission issued to take non-resident
testimony.
Waahinxtoa Letter.
Ptoss oar Segular Correspondent.. ,
WASHruoTt5, Nov. 15, 1889.'
Secretary Blaine's response to the toast
of "Our Countrr and Her PralJnt at
the banquet which followed the dedica
tion of the Catholic University in this
city Wednesday, was one of the happiest
efforts of his life. This is high praise. I
know, for the Secretary seems to be
possessed to a greater extent than any
other living man. of the peculiar and
fortunate faculty of always saying the
right thing at the right time, and in just
the right way, but it is deserved. Only
two men of the present generation besides
Mr. Blaine could have done equal justice
in the same number of words to the toast
One of them Henry Ward Beecher is
dead, and the other,-r-Robert G. Inger-
soll would hardly be likely to attend the
dedication ceiemonies of any institution
controlled by a church, Catholic or Pro-
testant. The President Vlca-Pnuddunt
aod all the members of the cabinet at
tended the banquet and were Interested
listeners to the remarks of Mr. Blaine. '
America truly leads the world in Inven
tions. ..:The new smokeless gunpowder
adopted by several European government .
is, according to the annual report of Brig
adief General Benet, Chief of the ordnance.
the invention of one American. . It is sur
mised that it was taken to Europe instead
of being offered to our own Govermcnt be
cause more money could be obtained for
it over there.
Secretary Rusk gave the members oi
the Association of American Agricultural
Colleges snd Experiment stations, which
hu been holding a convention here this
week, a reception at his residence Wednes
day night,
The Jefferson club, a small Democratic
organization which was started during
the esrly days of the Cleveland adminis
tration, has given np the ghost, It could
not exist without Goverment pap.
The All American Congress is back In
Washington, having finished iu forty daya
excursion. It Is probable that the mem
bers wlU rest until Monday when regular
sittings will begin. Among Ihe snbjects to
be discussed will be customs regulations
and Customs Union; Extradition; Sanita
tion of Ships and Quarantiue; Lighthouse
dues, Weights and Measures; Patent
Right; Copyright; and Trade and Trans
portation between the United States and
Spanish America. Reports on etch of
these topic have been prepared, each
written by an expert In the line treated oft
from the best data obtainable
A new candidate for the clerkship of
the House has entered the field in the
person of ex-Represenutlve Gnenlber.. of
Wisconsin.
Mrs. Harrison has returned to the White
House. She bss entirely recovered from .
her recent Indisposition. ' '
Opinions of the Trade Bouth.
I find Chamberlain's medicines very
excellent, particularly Cliamberlnin's '
Cough remedy. 11. E. EmRiixiB, Uallelt
vill Texas.
1 have tried Chamberlain's Couch Rera-
dey wllb great success. It. Tannkuet,
Wsvuianu, in ls.
Chamberlain's Conch Remedy can not
be Ih.hi v. L. Daviii, Liberty Hill, La.
. How's Tbia?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewsrd.
for any case of Catarrh that can not be,
cured sy taking Hall's Caiarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Prop'a, Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.' '
Cheney lor the past 15 years, and believe ;
him perfectly honorable in all business
iraniwi'tiona. and flnanclslly able to carry ,
out any obligations made by the firm. , ,
Wei-t l mux, rv noiesaie uruggista, To
ledo, Ohio. ,
E. H. VanlltMMum. Cashier Toledo Nation.' '
al Bank, Toledo, Ohio. " -Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally.
act lag directly noon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, Price 73c. pet
bottle. , Sold by all druggists. . .. a
Fob Sobs Tiiroat. Saturate a flannel
bandage with Chamberlain's Pain Ualnc,lt
and bind it on the throat it will cure
any ordinary case In one night's tlinaV-J
lor sale Dy rrel i. rail, Druggist. . . . ( .
Notice. ' - 'v
On account of leaving towo. I will leave
all uncollected acconU with J.T. Hasknli
lor collection. Please pay on promptly
and oblige. w. a. Whits sv.
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