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"-Si,, .... THE ENTERSMUSK, WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 30. IB89. THE ENTEKPRlbii. J. B. SMITH, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. General Sews Summary. Interesting Home and Foreign News. CONCRESSIONAL. Bi!f atk, Jan. IN. The Senate to day debated for the last time the Flnanoa Committee sub tituto for the Mill Tariff bill. Amonn the amendments adopte! were the following: Ko duefng the rate on white pine from (atoll .60 per thousand feet board measure: lnerca Inn the ad valorem rate on she-p nnd goat skins from :'0 to "6 por cent., anil on i Kins fnr moroero from 10 to 15 per cent. the rates on rico were fixed at 1 I, v. and 14 cent per pound. On motion of Mr. Flunbiin additional p irnfrraiih cre.ittn? ami cstinlishlna; In the Trca niy De partment a comitriston to be known m the cus toms cmnls-lon wui anied to lltirn'li'ea for tbo nppoln m nt byt'e Fne'dent of five eomni'as.om r to ho'rt f.l eto. tlneo. fi-ur, Sve an 1 six cars tvsrect.ve y not more than three ot ihcm to be of t!ie same political patty at a salary of r,!UM pur ann m I On moll m of Mr. All a n the dato lor in- bill to ko IntoelToct was chimired from Ke'riory I. imo, to .Tulv 1, ItMt. The vote wai then tnkon. first on ogvee ng to the substitute and then o 1 tlie iasnij t of the hill. liithvotit were Ideutltol yias M. nayt JO. Adjourned. HotMK. Mr Crlsn culled on the contested election ense of Smalls vs Elliott, which Mr. I Randnll untiiRotilz -d with the River and Harbor Dill. The House refused to consider the elco Hon case and after tome tllllbustering the Klver and Ilnrbor bill was taken up In Committee of the Whole. Flllibusicrlno; tactlos were then indulged in by Mr. Sowdun, of Pcnnsylvonl s and Mr. Cbeadle. of Indiana, and without maW RiRmuch pmrrcsswlth the bill the committee rose and the House adlourned. Reratk, Jan. OS The joint resolution pro viding; for the assembling of the two houses of Cortfrress in the House of Representutlri't on February 14 to count the electoral vote, was sdopted. The bill to declare unlawful, trusts and combinations In restraint of trade and pro-1 Auction, was taken up and amended by striking out of the first section the words "that com pel cs with any similar article, upon wh'eha luty la lovled by the United States," and In tertill In lieu thereof tbo words 'in due course if trade." The bill was then laid aside, and the Senate proceeded to the consideration of Dis trict of Columb'a bnsineas, which occupied tho time until adjournment. HnUHit. Immediately after the reading of the kMirnal the House went Into Committee of the Whole on the Sundry Civil Appropriation BilL Mr. Lamles, of Illinois, moved to strike out the jlatise of the bill p'O' lding that for the ne of the stontn rrcssi-s In the bureau of engraving and printing a roynlty shnll be puld not eiece I ono onl per l.ftui Impnsslens. Ah nidi, eiisslon ensued as to the rclutlve merits of htind press and steam press work, at tho close of ; wnicn jir. rnrnimar onerea an amewtmeni that none of the trot cy iipprnnrlntod should bo used in li e repair of Him sU'inn pres-rs, and Mr Wh te. of .No Vo-'t u i nmendment tlxinjthe royalty tit fl pi-r l.u 11 'mnrew'on. Fending the Tnto on aiv nmrM'iioni the committee rose and the Ilouso HilV'tfm'd. Sits tb, Jan. 31. A ni .ro fmii the House of Representatives nnMonneinir ths death of RciirefienttitipH irnea,.i the appo'ntment of a select Joint eotiimlttoo of scveu Kepn-senta-tivee an I three Hens'ors was recolvrd and laid before the Senate. Iteeo utlons were offered kid njrreo 1 to. declnrin? the deep sensibility of the Semite at the annnum-rment oncl concurring In the rout on of the Uoiie. M ssrs. Vest, Coke and Cullom were appointed a e 'mmiltoo vn the part of the Snato and as an additional ark of r anect to the memory of the doceascd, he Srnnte adjourned. Houkb. Mr. Doefcery. of Missouri, announced the death of Hon Jsmes N. flumes, late Repre sentative from Missouri, and snul that "at some time in the future the Mls.oarl dcleimttoa would nsk the House to surpend the ordinary proceeding to pay tribute to the worth of the eminent gentleman, whose death Is a calamity and a loss, not only to the great State he served so well, n long and so li Ithful'y. but to the Na tion at larc." Mr. Dockory then offered the resolution framed at tho meeting of the Mis annii delegation, nnd they were nmnlmously adopted. The Houti th a ad flurried. Senatk, Jan. 16. House bill to Increase the asaximum of International money order from ISO to lino was passed. Tho Pen'lon Appro priation bill and the Miliary Aeademy Appro priation bill were then tn'icn up, amended and passed. On motion of Mr. Hoar, the vote by which the bill for the relief of the Louisiana State National Dunk was passed was recon ldored and the bill recommitted te the Com mittee on Claims. Mr. Sherman's Anti-Trust bill was Ukon up imi alter being amended la several particulars the bill was ordered printed and laid over After passing a bill to establish two additional land dtatr eta In Ne braska, and a number of miscellaneous mess area, the Senate took up and passed thirty private pension bills, among them being one to merease the ponslon of the widow of General Rousseau to lino a north. The Senate then went into executive easton and when the door reopened, ndiourned until Ibe Nth. Hocsk. After the usual routine business the Hoase went Into Committee of the Whole on the Sundry CI '11 Appr, p-latloi' bill. The pend ing paragraph was thut providing that the roy alty paid for the use of steam plate presses In the bureau of engmvlng and printing shall be I eent per 1.0 O Imprrs-tons The amendment offered by Mr. Karquhar, of New York, provid ing th t no cart of the appropriation ma le by ihe bill shall be used for the ropalr or ennstruo ttoa of steura plate priming presses, was agreed lo 46 te 41. Mr. Randall, of Pennsylvania, of fered an amendment, which was adopted, pro rtdlna? that onlass tho patentee of the steam greases shall accept the til 11 already paid a oyalty on each press and the rate per thousand theets as herein provided lone onnt) the presses ihall not be used by the Government after the ormient fiscal year. Peni'.lnj actios oa further Amendments to the bill too committee rose and the House took a reoeas until evening, the t ight session to bo for the consideration of pension ollla. RcwATg, Jan. M. The B'tnato was not In tes Ion. Horsr After a spicy debate the House re ferred the Senate Tariff bill to the Way and Means Committee. The Edmund resolution, leelarlng the sense of th Government In re tard to the onanectloa of Europea government with Inter oceanic canals, was reported from she Foreign Affairs Corniul ttee, ordered printed and recommitted, with prlTllege to the com mittee to report It hsok at any time. Th Joint resolution was passed appropriating ISO 1,000 for payment to the legal representative of Jam J. Keda. The House then went Into Committee of the Whole on the Sundry Civil bill. The afternoon was consumed la considering tht ameadment appropriating lM'.ieO for an In restlgalloa of the best method of ' Irrigating the arid regions. Without reaching action on the amendment the committee rose and the House adjourned. , WASHINGTON. The quantity of pino lo and round lum ber shipped from tiie Unltod Hute to Canada during tbe laat ten yoar I 4W,()0(), OOOfoet ali ed at tl.Srtlfta In tho same period Canada ha thlpned to the United 8tate 8,0()0,000 foot, valued at 1(10,000. (Jenenil Charles H. Orosveiior, presldont of the National Union League, has callod a meeting of the National Council to be hold at the Kbbltt House In Washington on tho 2d of March. It 1 aaid that a recent decision of the Uolted State Huprerae Court In the Ditto refrigerator Infringement rase will affect tbe Wesllnghouao e eo r.c light patent. Mrs. Fayette E. Huend. widely known a popular writer on aoclal topltia unilrr tlio de plume of "Fay," died at Wanblimton Mthelibth. 1 The HecreUry of War baa officially noil flod the city of Frankfort, Ky., thnt iho old woodon bridge across tuo Eeulucky river at that point must bo raised, u It 1 too low, .... j rr.,. t. ! ,1 I,-. 1 lor Doau W pass unuer. iuo ouk atood for over lxty year. The Fond du Lao band of Chippewa In dianshave called on the Commissioner of Indian Affair to remove trmpawor from their reservation. Thore are about 803 white men enKiwtbd In outtlng and hauling log in dotlanoe of the law, who threaten violence to Indian who attempt to Interfere with them. THB CAST. A Now Tork court hue sot aslJa the as signment of Buruor, Hurlbut & Livingston, augur roflnars, who lately failed with nubili ties of Woii.O.K) and asset amounting, to t!0,X)0. H. A. Jumoa was appointed re- '1'he suit broitRht by Mis Bessie Hubbell against Dr. Churlo Ulis for FiO 0W damage for breach of promise of marrlnga was dis continued In the Supremo Court at Now York City on the 24lh on account of the doctor' doutti, he huvinpt boon klllod the dav before bv a full A hnl.1 nttenint was tnnilo on tho night of the Kith to roll tho Cotinoutlcut Klver Na tional B; n'.i nt Chiirk-atowu, N. H. The brick walls surround inn; tlio vault wore torn nwiiy by im cxiilosiun, but the granite vault proved impend rnblo. An attempt to drill the steel locks also fulled. The bur glar then left tho bank und broke Into the post-office, whore tlioy obtained 125 in nr ney aud stumps. Business failures throughout the country during tho seven dny ended January 20 number for the United Btutcs 810, and for Canada 113, or a total of H42, as against a total of HH7 tlio prevlou wcolt ond 8.2 the corresponding wook of lost year. The Parle Place, Ccntrulin, nnd all tho Le high and individual colliorlcs In the Shenan doah (Pa.) region have shut down owing to thoir mnrkots being overstocked with coal, enforcing tho idleness of about 4 000 men. A lnrgo quantity of wo!l executed coun terfeit silver ilolla-s aro afloat In Reading, Pa. B gus dollars have also been distrib uted at Norr'ntowu, Phonlxville, Pottatown and other Hchuyikill points. Charles A. B. Hhcpard of the firm of Lee & Shepard. the well known book publishers of Bos on, Mass., died on the 25th, aged six'y yejirs. The diphtheria scourge- nt Etnaus, a small town near Alleutown. Pa., almost annihila ted tho famly of Owen Bierner, Two children woro tbo first victims, and toon after the father, mother and another child uccumbed to the discus';. A young child 1 the solo survivor of a once largo family. A Joint stock company of Wuterbury (Conn.) ciplta 1st., who novo been boring for oil ut Mouth Iniry nro rejoicing over tho discovery nt oil nt a depth of 1..VK) foet The drill mnst'iroogh a vein of earth at 150 feet, in whVch thcr.t is uiuc'i silver. TIk weokly statement of the Now York ashociuted haults. I suod on th 23th, show the following chair.? a: Reserve increase, 11,975 2.V); loans iiiei e.i!e. 4'K) 40); specie Itien-ase, lli rir); loil ten hii's increase, f ii'5..VX): den -gila Inc-o ise, t7.47,0()0; olrcu lotion docroa', K).3.K). Tbo banks held f-WM.MW In execs or ths ttronty-flve por cent. rule. Mrs. William Jame. mithnr of ex-Post-mavtor Uenorul Thomas L Jam ts, diod at ber homo in I' I lea, N. V., on tho 2710, agod eiirhty-two years. The expor a of specie from the port of New York ditring the week endod January 2D amounted to tl,SH4,023. Tho Imports for the samo tierlcd umountel to tST.Oitf, Henry 8. lve and George H. Htayner were arrested at New York on the 3ulb on an ordor Issued by Judgo O'Brien, of the rhipreme Court, in tbe ault of the Cincin nati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad Company, They are charged in the ault with , misap propriating tho funds of the company. Ball in each case was fixed at fiVl.OUO, and the prisoners wore oommlttod to Ludlow street Jul'. Ht Adalbert's Poilsh Roman Catholic church, at Ka t Buffalo, N Y., was doetroyed by fire on the iith, eutulliog a loss ot $40, 000; half Insun-d. The Central Htook Yar l Company' hog abbatelr, at Jersey City, N. J., burnod on thetflth, causing a loss of $100 (OX Over 4,000 live bogs wore In the building at the time, apd only a few of them escaped. It Is said that a syndicate couvioted of wealthy Nw York capitalists Is bolng or ganised, tho ohjoct of which I to qulotly buy up In Franco enough of the share ot the Panama Canal Company to give them control of it, when they will roorgnnlzo It and push the work to completion. - Joa pb Deming, oolorod. was convicted ol murder In the fl rat degree at Pittsburgh on tbe aith. for killing Special Officer Miller In September last. Of thirty-four mnrders committed In Allegheny County tbe past twu years this i tbe only vordlct of first degree. A. R. Caxauran, the well known play wright, died at New York City on the 28th, aged ilxly-ulne years. He haj boea a auf ferer from dropsy for two years. WEST AND SOUTH. Henry Baxter, a student, and John Ytnt, assistant janitor of tbe College of Physi cians and Burgeon at Baltimore, on trial at Tnwson, Md., have pleaded guilty ol breaking open the vault at Bay view Asylum in December for tbe purpose of dealing bodies, and have been sentenced to thirty days In jail. Heefleld, the WlndTia, Minn., grain dealer, who recently ran away to Manitoba leaving creditor mourning the loss of 100,000 was followed to Winnipeg by a friend, who per tuaded him to males an assignment for the benefit of his creditor The Kansas Legialatur reo ently passed 1 joint resolution favoring the opening of the Oklahoma land for settlement. An official denial of the existence of mall-pox epidemic la aent out from Denver, Col. Thore are said to be only three case In the city and no danger exist. George and Jamee Dearth, brother, wore Instantly killed, and George W. Arlldye and Ebenoier Hurling were fatally Injured by tbe explosion ot a boiler In a sawmill neat Chllllcothe. O., on tbe 251b. Colonel W. B. Chilton, for fifteen years past tbe financial and commercial editor of th Louisville Courlor-Jonrnal, baa been ad judged Insane and committed to an asylum. Eighty comp sitors of the Wost Publish ing Company, at Ht. Paul, Minn., went out on strike a few day ago because th "father' of their chapel" bad been dis charged for Irregularity In work. Jamee W. Hyke. the Chicago seed mer chant recently sentenced to three yean' Imprisonment for Issuing warehouse re ceipts when not bsving the teed In store, ba been granted a new trial. Tbe Indiana Hunato on tbe 25th. after heated discussion, adopted a resolution un seating benator Carpenter. A motion to Indefinitely pustne further action on tht report of the majority seating Mr. Ray, tht contestant, was also adopted, and the seal occupied by Curjientor was declared vacant. The Governor will call a siieclul election. Frank Williams and Ueorge Roberta have been bold at Beavor, Mo for tbe murder ol Tbomaa Wardell, a wealthy mine owner, last October. Four children cf Mrs. Mary Porter, colored, wore burned to death In their home at Oglethorpe Oa., a few days ago, while thoir mot bur was away at work. E. C. Ilaloy, who la in jnll at Lagrjinge Ky., for burglary, received Information on the 261 h that hi father, tbe mayor of HL Catherine, Oat, had died, leaving mm fortune of tdJ,000. .. :. -. ..,.. While a party of young people were re turning In a carriage from a dance at Janes villo, Wis., on tbe 26th, the tugs became un fastened and the young mon got out to re fasten them. The horses started and tht four girls In the carriage leaped to the ground. Maggie Hulligan was Instantly killed, Ellon Rohorty was fatally Injured, and the others were slightly hurt. A boiler explosion in the old Pontine (111.) coal shaft on the 27th killed'Fireman Chariot Young and fatally injured A. B. Halls, the engineer's brother, bamuel Calkins wai also hurt, but not dangerously. Inspector general Roger Jonos, U. B. A., died at Fort Monroo, Va., on the 2tlth. The bill to remove the territorial capital of Arizona from Prescott to Phenlx hat passed both branches of the Legislature and beon signed by the Onvornor. In the cats of the United Stntes Govern ment against tho Blerra Lumber Company, which was brought at Rnn Francisco last April to re -ovor $2,217,254 damages for Il legal cutting of timber from government lands InTccuhma and Butte countios, the jury on tho '241th. returned a verdict ol $4',ooo In favor of tho Government; The twenty-mile skating race at Minne apolis Minn., on the tilth for the cham pionship of the world, between Axel Paul sen and Rudolph Goon, of Milwaukee, wai easily won by Paulsen whfl made the twenty miles In one hour, eight minutes ond thirty seconds, Dealing the world' record. Five thousand persons witnessed the race. Jacob Towe, the millionaire banker of Baltimore, Md.. hat Increased bis gift of 15 0,000 for the founding of a manual train ing school to (2 500.000. Half a million It to bo oxpended In the erection of suitnble buildings and with the ?2,0u0,000 tbe school Is to be endowed. It bit recently been discovered that Ben Proffitt. ex-trustee of Cooke eountv, Tenn., Is a defaulter, from (10,000 to 20,000. Citi zens wbosu names apiiear on bla bond as sort that Ihcy did not sign it and that their names are forged. Tho 100-yard foot race at Wichita, Kan., recently, between M. C.'Kittleman. of Kan sas, and Harry Bothnno, of Canada, for 12,000 a sido, was won by Klttleman by about three foot. Time, V'i seconds. Ralph R. Root of tho firm of Root & Mo Bride Bros., one of the oldest and best known of the business men of Cleveland, O.. diod In that city on the 20th. He was suty-slx years 01a. FOREICN INTELLIGENCE, Eddie Guerrln, alios Ucorgo Graham, an American burglar, has at the roquost of the French authorities, been conveyed to Lyons from London, bound and closely guarded. He has been accused of stealing 500,000 francs from the Bank of France. At the Crow rutiwav works In London on the 25th, a crane working a ludle containing seven tons of moltcu steel suddenly col lapsed and fell Into a pit. Tho mpj'e? steel was scattered in all directions ltko flying bullets. Twenty persous were Injured. The building was unroofed. Empnms Frederick has accepted a French legacy of 5.000,000 francs and bocomcs the possessor of landed property In rrunco. The principal cashier of the National Bank Agency at Bulogna has ubsisonded, after embcr.zlingtlHH,iKK). A man camd Rudolph and bis family. consisting of six person, were (uffocuted to death by the escape of coal gas from a defective atove in Crosfon. Snxony. recently. Zanzibar ad vices of tbe 25th ;tste that an English missionary named Brooks and six teen of hit followers were murdered re cently near Raadutil by members of tbe coast tribe and native of Zanzibar. P Su dani for many years has been tne atartlng point of European missions, tbe nallvti welcoming the mlst1narlo and assisting all of them,- espociully the Knglish. The murders bave caused a sensation. During a Radical demonstration In Rome on the 28th uncomp line n tary allusion to King Humbert brought on conflict with police In whl ch several person were in jurcd and fifteen arrests mndo. It Is said that Lord Kackvl.lo will shortly tuoceed HlrW. A. Willie, British Mluister at Constuotlnop'e. The election in Paris on the 27th resulted in the return of General I)-ulungr to th Chsmbor of Deputies by a majority of el'jui Thi Grand Opera House at Duluth, Minn., was destroyed by fir on tbe 38lu ult There were fir stores and numerous upper floor tenant la tbe building. Tbe poet-of fice adjoining was alto burned, but the mat ' were saved. The total lot Is estimated at 1250,000; Insurance 1150,000. TrrnoiD rtrvn la epidemic at Lakevlew, a suburb of Chicago. Three hundred and and eighty-five cases had been reported on the 2alb ult, and new caae were developing every day. Bona miscreants opened twitch throe mile south ot Reldsvllle, N. C, oa the night of tbe 27th ult, causing the wreck ot a north bound freight train, which took fire and waa entirely destroyed. Fireman Adams and Brakeman Lea were killed In the wreck. Tbb President bat commuted the sen tence of Janet D. Fish, formerly president of tbe Marine National Bank of Now York, (who waa sentenced In June, 185, to ten years' Imprisonment for misapplying the fundi of the bank,) to Imprisonment for a term of five year and six months with allowance of tU reduction! for good con duct. A aoiLiK explosion at Harveyt tllk mill, in Pcmntoo, Pa., on the 28th alt, completely wrecked one side of the building, danger. ously folded the engineer and fireman, and Injured several others. Tag post-o (lice at Kabway, IT. L entered by burglar en the night of tfrs 27th Inst., who succeeded In blowing open tho tare and abstracting 11,500, Annuo the memorials presented and referred In Ue Senate oa tbe Win ult. wss a protest from citizens of NewMealeo sgaintt the timlrslon of that Territory as a State. Oa motion of Mr. Blair, th army nurse pension bill was taken up. amended, and psssed. It allows a pension of fc a month to ill wtmen nurse during the late war (prior to August, l Bl who were sppiovcd by Mitt Dlx. tuprrtnuodent of women nurses, or her authorised agent, or wbe were tpeettlly appointed by th Burgeon General or other props United States authority, who performed six months' tervloe, or wtrt disabled and honorably discharged. Tht Senate then proceeded to tht eonsldf ration of tht Diplomatic and Consular Appropriation bill. number of committee amcndmeuls were agreed to, to t pending actios on a motion by Mr. Gib son to Insert the word ambasadort," Instead of the words "envoys axtraordlnsry and ministers plenlpotentlsry" a applied France, Germany, Great Britain and Rus siathe Senstt adlourned.. ..The House passed tbe Senate bill Increasing pen sions of soldiers tnd tailor whs have lost both hands to I'K per month. The Senate eon current resolution providing for th count ing of the eleotnral vote on Wednesday, Ketiruary It, waa agreed to. The House then went Into Committee of the Whole on the Sundry Civil Appropriation bllL Th pending amendment appropriating W50 0O0 for Inveatlg Ing tbt bet method of Irrigating the arid reulon wot arei d to. Mr. MoOomat, of Maryland, orcred an amendment, which wat screed to. appropriating 1.J for th educv Hon of chlldr.iit of school age In Alaska with out reference it rare. Ponding further action on the bill the committee rots and the House adjourned. News About Town It is the current report about town that Kemp's Balsam for ilie throat and luns Is making some renmi knlile cures wtiu people who are troubled with Coughs, Sore Throat, Atthina, BroncliilU aud Con sumption. Any druggist will give you a trial bottle tree of cost. ' It U guaranteed to relieve and cure. Tbe large bottles are l) 1 hois ami one dollar. Shiloh'8 Couqh and Consumption Cure in sold by usonaguarant.ee. Jt surei-oiiiisiiniptli'n. Sold by t'.JJ. felt. A Great Surprise In In t"ie u,l MjiiMiH Kemp' r-1 8 1111 (or tbe throat and lungs, the great gii.iruiiteed remedy. Would you believe nut it is sold on its merits ami that uny druggisl is authorized by the proprietor of ins wouuiTlul remedy 10 give you a cam ple but lie free? It never tails to cure acute 11 chronic coughs. All diueirli-ts bell Kemp's liiilsnm. Large bottles 50 cents nd f 1 Why embiltcrlile by drngging around with lame back, diseased kidneys, drops al HATt-Hings, female weakmn-, norvook Ittliilitv .heart dinette and rbpiimatircorn- plainls, when Or. Feniier'i1 Kidney and Backache Cure wlilsoquickh cure? Kev V ,1 . .Merchant, rretdtling Ulder write: 'It gave me almost instant and entirely lorniiineol relief." Superior In hI) known netlir.inesin these diseases. For sale by iruggisis. 'IIaCKMRTaCk" 1 fragrant anil lasting" periume. 1 ncezo mu uuuents ouiu Dy r , u. reii. Simply purilving and clesnning the lood is not suiHcienl. It needs enriching I u n ilt.naraiiiiiiiir.lam nn.ita tinlnfr lltl- ull of which is accomplished by Dr. Fcve I., ... I ..... I, .1 XT ...I I . . .. ..... . ... -v ...... P .,iii. ITua l,ia f ?.iiirli llnni.v In us ... ..I.o. n,.l.l..n l)ll..f ,n ..II nu,u unn irnmflpn nnn nntvii fiidnrniTB inn run ney anu nacKacue uure in iiinif osck ilninuv mni nil tridnav rlianrtaPM lilo ft man ftyc-sajve in sore i yes, crai Kou sKtn and piles; Ills Capitol lilllers lor appetite J .1. I . . t, - A 1 . . itnu sircuglll. f oi siiiv uj uiugKiBia. The Homeliest man In Wellington as veil as the l)i.iilsouift, and others are In lied to call on nnv druirgM and gel free trial hotlln of Kemp's IJhIhhiii l'r the unv'S anil throat, a reim dv Hint is selling iitirely upon Its merits ami is guaranteed i relieve and curp all Chronic nnd Ai ute 'nulis, Asthma, Bronchitis anil Consum Mioo. L'irgi' liotMes B0 cetils Mini If 1. Will You Scwkii witli ly-ipi psinainl liver complaint f S'.iHoh't Vital izt r Ik 'laratiteed tocuro tou. Sold by F.D. Kelt. Ituinipr'a flisif mki frtts-n. Tliree tears uo 1 was attacked with kidney trouble, wnicn in a lew tnouius t 'minnieo in Briuht'l disease. Mv Dhvsicisn snlsi my esse was incursble. I tried different things and received no benefit until a friend persuaded me to try Dr. Burdick's luoney cure, ist-ntsnu got o ie miuie; httfurA thai wy half frnna I felt a rlllineP. One bottle removed from my body and limbs fifteen pounds of watir, wlm-li had lieen very badly swollen I used twelve iMittlet ana was entirely cureu, anu never hi-d any return ut the dlses' since. I Mt.kttM ru-nnimAml tins tni.Hlrlfli. trl all tntTering with kidney nr liver trouble, to thicii l w im ni''. Ketperifully yours, Ei.MKit Jackson. Wo,tibury, X. J. 73 cenU nnd $1. F D Felt. 45 lm Foolish People Allow a cough In rnn uniil it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They say, "Oh, il will wear away," but in most cases It wear them away. Could they he In duced to try tbe successful medicine railed Kemp's Balsam, which is told on positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see Ihe excellent etfi-ct after taking tbe first dose. Price SOc and 1 1.00. Trial size free. At all druggists. A Happy Farmer. Warren Underwood, a prominent resident of the village o Dexler, X. Y. says: "My wife and I contracted te. vers cold last fall which resulted In terribly tronhletnmerohghs. We tried ererythlng; we rould think or hear of but were unable to (ret relief. After two months of suffering we v.ere In duced to try VHnWert's HaNnm. Before the third bottle was gone our cotjrg had entirely disappeared atid we were as well as ever. I cannot say too much Iniiralzeof thl wonderful remedy," Trial sixes free. K. W. Adatm the Lesdlng Druggist. A Sensible Man WmiM nu KYmn' Ralsam tor the Throat and Lungs. It Is curing more case of coufrbs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, croup, and til throat and lung trouble than any m.,lllna The rtrnnrlatnrhat tuth. orlzedanydrugglxttegWe you lample bottle free to convince you of the merit ol thli great remedy. Urge bottles 50c and it. Interested People. Advertising ftr ft n ificlre iMhepe .. t.l-1. t. ' tl..l i n, tnr. 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