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TIIE ENTE R 1'ltiSE, WE DN ESDAY; JANUARY 30, 1889-
Notes of Interest.
( The ludieswbo carried turtUe aud white
mice to the Metropolitan Opera-house
last year were laughed at, lint only for
bringing these creatures to the opera, hut
, for having such strange pets. Benator
P lmer proves that a roau anil a eeniuor
may also have stranue taste in pets by
koeping a tame 'coon in his dining-room.
Colored people are said to like 'coons In
the dining-room, but us food rather than
Tho tahlo on which Noah Wobslor
wrote his dictionary, and the saddle-bass
in which he carried the manuscript of his
famous spelling-book when he rodo from
State to BUite to secure the copyright, are
preserved in the New Haven Colony His
toricul Society rooms.
' My lather died of Coucer, and the same
trouble developed uear my right eye in
te83. It was at first a trawterry color,
but changed to purple, and grew to the
size of a putrid go 'gg. My right eye be.
dime much inflamed, and the dreadful
disease was rapidly WH.sting my life away.
1 used quite a number of remedies, bill
without lienelit. At this dims I began
taking Swift's Hpi-cihc. The Improve
ment was appareut in a few days, and I
continued to use until the Cancer was en
tirely gone and mv health fully restored,
and I know that S. fi. 8. alone did it, be.
cause I loft off nil other treatment. It
saved me from this hereditary Cancer,
which went wav over two years aco and
lelt not a sk'n, aud I owe uy life, under
Providence, to 8. S. S.
Mrs. Laura E. Dcegan
Dawiion. Oa.Seot.SU. 1868.
During tlie early part of the past spring
(18HS), my body wis coveied wnn whin.
Ak one time more lln.n fifty were couuted
ou my body and limbs. My face was not
exempt from tb painful trouble. The
usual remedies would do me no good.
Just why 1 bexau tiikiiin 8 8. 8. I do not
know, but almost immediately I bojiun to
improve. 1 took nearly Ihree bottles and
found myself entirely well. It was your
medicine which effected the cure, when
cverythinu else had failed.
Vnirs truly, J. II. Fordham.
.Ttautiton, Va., Aug. 1. 188. '
AbbU ville.S. C, Oct. 20,1883
I whs the victim for five or six years of
the worst bolls that I ever saw, whicli the
doctors failed to cure. I began 8. 8. 8.,
and iu a short time the poison was driven
. out of my system, and not a sign of boils
or any other blood trouble has returned.
I recommend 8. 8. H. to everybody.
J. U. Edwards.
Swift's Specific is entirely a vegc table
medicine, and is the only medicine winch
. hat ever cured Wood Poison, Scrofula.
Blood Humors and kindred diseases. Send
tor our books on illood and Skin Diseases,
mailed free. Thb Swirc Specimc Co,
Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga.
Mr. Douglas Sladen, the Australian
poet, who is visiting this country fir the
purpose of collecting material for a vol
ume of poems by our younger poeU, Is
abort, thick-set man, with mast of black
hair on his head and Ion? mustache
weeping over his mouth. Mr. Sladen It
accompanied by hit wife and his wilt's
Oscar Moore, a blind negro boy not
quite four jean of age, it the latest youth
ful prodigy. Little Moore hat s memory
that Macauley might have envied. lie
can recite poems and ting songs in Eng.
.. Ilib, German, and Danish. Hit parents
re very ordinary negroes, and the wonder
b where he learned all that be knows.
In Lore with His Wife.
''What can I do to regain my husband't
. lore"? writes Mrs. Carrie R, of Toronto.
tab adds that seven years ago the wss
married under the most happy auspices,
and, until six months tinoe, bsppineas
rowned her domestic life; then her hus
band became distant in his manner toward
her, until now be Is positively cold Mrs.
B. gives no details, but it she Is afflicted
with disease peculiar to women, If her
cheeks have lost their bloom, and her eyes
their sparkle, it may explain the cause of
her complaint. In this event Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription will effect a magical
change and restore her to health. As a
powerful, lovifrorating tonic, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription Imparts strength to
the whole system, and to the womb and
Its appendages, in particular. I'or over
worked, "woroout," "run-down." debllll-
mted teachers, milliners, dress makers,
seamstresses, "shop girls," housekeepers,
uraing mothers, and feeble women gen.
erally. "Favorite Prescription" is the
greatest earthly boon, being uneonaled as
an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic
Mr. George W. Childs has Just been
made godfather to the infant Lady An
nice, granddaughter of tho Duke of Buck,
Ingham. That the Lady Annlce will
think she has a fairy godfuther, whon she
rs old enough to think at nil, gos without
saying. Mr. and Mrs. Childs are intimate
friends of the Duke and Duchess of Duck
lugham, and tbey named their country
place at Bryn Mawr " Wootton " after the
home of their English frlcuds.
.. At a recent dinner given in Washing.
ton by Senator and Mrs. Ltlund Stanford,
. the center of the bible was covered with a
. scarf of rose pink satin edged with a nur
. row fringe aud covered with fine duchesse
lace. The guest cards were pulnted In
water-colon with scclmenN of tho flora
Mrs. Cclia Thaxter, the poet of the Isles
of Shoals, has sufficiently recovered her
strength to again take up her china-paint,
lug. Mrs. Thaxter usually paints flowers,
and now and then adds verse In auto
graph to the painting.
What enhances the beauty of fine feu-
tures more uian a clear akin T Even plain
J features are made attractive by good
complexion. To secure this, purity your
; diooo wnn Avert narsaparina. It lias
I no equal. J 'rice $1. Six bottles, 3.
wonn 0 a Dome.
. There is laid to be a movement on (Kit
by the Woman's National Dress Associa
Hon to h tve a portrait of Mrs. Cleveland
placed in the White Houso. They want
her painted In the. dress she wore at her
New Tear's reception. It Is not, how.
ever.sp much tLe dress, but the artist who
makes the picture, that Interests the pub
Jlc. There is enough bad art inflicted
I upon the nation's capital, so It behooves
these ladies to make a wise choice of
Mrs. Florence & Morse has won the
100 prize offered by the New York Tress
for the best bill of fare for a dinner for
four persons not to cost more than one
dollar. The bills of fare were submitted
to a well-known New York hotel-keeper,
who decided in favor of the one sug
gested by Mrs. Morse.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
' that Contain Moroury.
as Mercury will destroy the sense of
smell and completely derange the whole
system when entering It through the
niucas surfaces. Such articles should
never bo used except on prescriptions
from reputable pliysleiaus, as the damage
they will do are ten told to the good you
can possible derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no
mercury, and Is tnken Internally, aud acts
directly uon the blood and iiiuchs stir
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genulno,
it Is taken inlerimllv and made In Toledo,
Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co.
C3T8olcl by Drugnists, price 7.1c per.
Ex-Secretary of the Navy Robeson uo
longer looks the jolly tur of bl3 cabinet
d ivs. His hair Is snowy white, and hi
once round and rosy cheeks are pale and
thip. lie is now living In Trenton, Now
Jeisey, practising law when he can, and
using tho closest economy all the time,
His wife Is living in Europe ou the share
of her property that ho wax able to re,
store to her.
It's ouly a question ol time," aud a short
'inie, too, as to when your rheumatism
will yield to Hood's Saraparilla. Try I
Dr. William II. Furness, for sixty-three
years pastorof Ihe First Unitarian Church
Philadelphia, has just celebra'ed his
eighty -seventh birthday. lr. Fumes I
as active in mind and body as a man of
half his years, and he still preaches to hi
congregation, though lor thirteen years
lie has had an assistant. Dr. Furness Is
the father of Horace Howard Furness, tli
well-knowu Shakespearean scholar, and
of Mrs. A L. Wicter, translator of E. Mar-
litl't German works.
"Wc Point With Pride"
To the "Good name at home" won by
Mood's Nirsnpitrilm. In Lowell, Jiass
where it Is prepared, there Is more of
Hood's Sarsapai ilia sold than wf all other
medicines, and it has eiven the hst of
satisfaction since its Introduction ten
yean aco. 1 hit could not be if the med
Icine did not possess merit. If you suffer
from Impure blood, try Hood s barsapar-
ma ana realize its peculiar curative power.
Senator John P. Jones, although a typ
ical Westerner in appearance, was born a
Welshman. He came to tblt country with
hit parents when he wat a mere baby,
He hat made several fortunes running
Into the millions, and lost them, tod msde
again. In bit mining days he was re
garded as an exceptional roan among bit
fellows, as he had had a good education.
Senator Jones it one of those who believe
that the Chinese must go.
Mr. Colli P. Huntington, the million
aire, Is one of the few California who
defend the Chinese and say that they
must not go. This gentleman began his
business career by selling groceries In
Connecticut, and when the gold fever
broke out in California in 1810 he went
out there and sold groceries, or anything
Wat he could get to sell to the Argoneu
ten. lie hat told them pesches for as
much as four dollara apiece, and not made
such a very greet profit either.
Eminent physicians everywhere recom.
mend Ayer't Cherry Pectoral a the most
reliable remedy that can be bad for coldt,
couens, ana an pulmonary disorders. Ask
your druggist for Ayer't Almanac; it la
tne best publication of the kind, and full
George Alfred Townsend is making
preparations for an eitended trip through
Spain, for the purpose, It is said, of rath-
eriog material for a book in which Ferdi.
nand and Isabella and Christopher Col
urolius will play an Important part.
A faded or grizzly beard ts unbecoming
to anp man, and my be colored a natural
brown or black by using Buckingham's
u)n inr me mutsiTS.
Ilenry O. Marquand, the New York
banker, has given his entire collection of
paintings to the Metropolitan Museum of
Art. At Mr. Marquand's collection ein
braces a number of Important works by
the old masters as well as by the new,
bit donation Is as vuluablo aa it is gene
rous. "Thus am I doubly armed my death and
My banc and antidote are both belore me"
Whether to sit alone suffering with neu.
Or buy one bottlo ofSalvutlon Oil.
Mra. Hicks-Lord has a " tea-room " in
her Washington Square residence which
Is finished In solid muhoguny, and all the
furniture of the room Is in that wood.
The decoration of the room is portraits
oil-paintings, miniatures and photographs.
A table screen Is completely hung wiih
miniatures set in Jewelled frames, while
the photographt are of crew tied heads
with the autographs attached. On the
wainscot shelf which ruua all around the
room are cut-glass tumblers Oiled with
All the keys of Windsor Castle were re.
eently stolon, hut even this does not Inter
fere with the. rapid sale of Dr. Bull's
Mr. John Stewart Kennedy, of New
York, who has purchased the whole of bis
family estates from Sir Douglas Stuart, la
Scotchman who made his fortune in
America. The estate numbers 33,500
acres, Including tome of the best grouse
moors In the Highlands. Murthy Castle
(s one of the finest places In Scotland, and
its gardens and lawnt stretch for miles
along the banks of the Tay. -
Superior Street, next to
SKIN AND BLOOD
Successfully Treated npon the
non, confusion of idsas, palpitation of the
Lin kffMiinm if fhn Hvap. atamfcnh And hnwnll
!;abi ts of youth and secret praoticea, imku.il
I , Those Bufforlnf from
iJCrVOUSKorvous JJebillty. the
!r symptoms or wmcn are
D e U 1 1 1 tV. a dull, UKtnsw'd mind
'-'"'l V" Which unfij .loom f..r
. unvfnofnlna truwl VinatriMaa anrl aWMnl fitiiiKftl
Tinrfnrmln their bnfineM and aocinl dutlesl
:unko buppF uiarriuvesimnosxlblo.duitrou the
! tuition of the heart, oaualns fluahci of boat,
"rti-prw!onof spirits, evil forebodinss, eoward
(i'e, fear, dreams, short brcathlii, melnn
I r'noty, tire easily of company and have a prof
j '.-renco to bo alone! feuiing to tired In the
jiuoruin as when retiring! lot manhood!
j , e Ixmo depotiU in the urlncnrrvminneM.
.'.k ty.'ifl, dyvpepiia, oonftipntion, puleneits.
,.'.!!, ami wiMikneM in th limba. etc. ehouli
r'Wi,nlt I. ALBKUr humediaioly aud
;ia motored to health.
,; PI n main rv4 Married persona or
i .iStlri ItlSlCeyoung men oontem-'i.li.tingmarriage.r-'sware
of pbymcal woalt
l ni.:a. loss of prooreatiye ponera, impotoaoy, or
,. i irotlii-rduqualiuentioni speedily relievrd.
, . iunho places himolf undr thecare of 1K.
; liillKiti', may confide In his honors a gen
'01111(0, and confldentlr rely on his skill aa
hvflcian. Ilt. Af.bl'IVT has had many
"'arir exfwnriiro i" r''."i us u irivaiu
...i-'tirean't i-- -tnl tho moet eminent
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News From the County Seat.
NEW CASKS FILED IK COXMOX PLEAS.
The Board of Education oi Sheffield
township, Lorain county, Ohio vs. Peter
Schnler et al, lnjuoctioon snd equitable
Dorllsca Peasley vs. 8. E. Powers et al,
money and subject land,
William Parr vs. Matilda Parr, dl
C. M. Btoue, execufor et al of last will
Montraville Stone, dee'd, vs. J. W.
Voglesong et al, money, foreclosure and
Thomas French vs. Edward Walls et si,
money, foreclosure snd equtlablq relief
Laura D. Neatberly nee Laura D.
Phelps vs. Maud Whitney nee Maud
Maria butterftetd vs. Cloe Stevenson et
Oeo. 11. Robbing vs. Henry Wesley et
al, foreclosure of mortgage and equitable
IN IMIOUATE COUlT.
Last will of James M. Joslin admitted lo
piobate and widow elects fo take under
Adam Hull appointed administrator
with will annexed of Henry Mm-hrl
dee'd, late of Amherst
J. P. Ilateli appointed guardian of Mary
Alice Hatch, Oberlln.
Kate McChristean, Olxrlin, adjudced
insane and patient ordered conveyed to
Asylum for the Insane at Toledo.
G. S. Mulclnm appointed udiulalstrati r
with villi annexed of estate ot Edwnrd
Matcliiiui, dee'd, lati of PitMeld. Will
admitted to probate.
Eber F. Steele appointed administrator
with will annexed ol Henry Ilemington,
dee'd, late of Amherst. Will admitted to
A. It. Webber appointed administrator
of the estate of Patrick, Beirne, dee'd, late
Lato will ot Jenncatte Newton, dee'd.
late of OberJin, admitted to probate.
Common Pleas Court convenes Feb
CONSUMPTION BUEELI CURED,
To ths Editor-Please Inform your rea4
rstbat I havesposttlreremedjfortbe above
named disease. Iir Its timely dm thmnands of
hopeless eaaei have been permanently cured.
I shall be glad to send two bottles of my reme
dy rim to any ot your readers who have eon.
sumption If they will send me their express
and post office address. Respectfully,
T. A.bLOCUM.M.C.,lSll v .,KwYerlt
Everybody seems to want Rineliart's
Congh Ilnlsam this season. 23c at Felt's.
Postoffice, Cleveland, 0.
Latest Scientific Principle!
Hoi attain! tb moat wonderful omm In the treatment
f the euos to which he devoies his peoil attention, and
through years of patient labor and roatmrch, be has dit
ooTered tlie most Infallible method of curing sweral
wiaknMis. involuntary di.ohaniei. imnotenoy. nervoui-
boart, timidity, diiotnoi of throat, noe and
those terrible dllordera ariftinff from lolitnrv
life a miiiorablo tliatcucu and rendering nuirriugo
H I Iromodiatelv cured and
J Til iitliAl full vigor restored. Thla
VVea kn esSe&lVnli'e'r.
Iifuabuidenand and marrinxo iuipouiblo
i the penaltypnid by the victim of impropor
inibilscnce. The inott cha-te must acknoir-
ledxethatihepHU'lousaie the sreat inagne'
bywhii'hthe whole world ii attracted. Du
atroT them iund what hare wef Man la no
lonirer Intcrcs'cd in ihe opponite text the in
terchange ot t!mt bliisf ul n.'ione which attrooin
and interests the whole world, exists no
longert man eeaes to bo what (lod miulo him ;
the world is no lonsur iutcrwtin to biiu, and
remorse and dlrappointinent ru his couitant
eompnuions. Coniult DIU ALLEUT et oucj
aid you will Snd thesympatby uu relief Jrat
you positively require.
T UUIU: IlllCn comeviotimnof
olllary vioe.-thu t dreadful and dentructlro
habit, which annually twnpa to an untimely
srave, thousands of young men of exallrd
talent and brilliant intvlleut, may call witb
full ooi.fidonro. . . . .
DR. ALUKUT addrestet all those who have
Injured thomaelrns by Improper indulgence
and solitary habits which ruin both mind
and body, unfitting thauifor business, study,
society or niarriage.
Domnrkn. Perfected In old
L i "l?rKa cases which have
blC CU TCS te neglected
or "nskllltully treated. No experiments
or fal lures.
hr unlearnM pretender who knep trifling with
month ai'ier month, siring coiaonous and
Call or write, bat where potsiblo, one personal
PR. ALBERT, Cleveland, O.
VRITINS DEPT. OBESUI SCHOOL Sf STENOORAPHT
all coaaecwd. Eiptuee low, lonreaioo tiorouh.
McMJSJl m UMiiubvj "wni. vm-
rucill Awaair to get a good Baal
lion, learn Hpencerlun
'vnmanohlp or Hhorthantf
and Typewrlllnc ! at the rr.
MtJUt t-WLXMJE, (LrVtLASU, . ICatab
Now ibe oldbbt. LAmautr and aaer eooiiDerciaJ
erhool. XI superior trecnere. Mflao former pupna.
Mure studenu annnallv UM all otber "baalfiee
raubToai m aa. T. wwaia raurauartoaa.
Hakes the lives of many people miserable,
sad often leads to seU-destrnetlon. Distress
after eating, sow stomach, sick headache,
heartburn, lose of appetite, a faint, " all com"
teeung, bad taste, coated tongue, snd Urego-
. larlty of the bowels, are
lIStreSS tone of the more eotnmon
After symptoms. Dyspepsia, does
, no get weD of Itself. It
tail fig requires careful, persistent
attention, snd a remedy like Hood's Sarsa-
partlla, which acts gently, yet surely snd
efBdently. It tones the stomach snd other
organs, regulates the digestion, creates s
good appetite, snd by tiios 8sV
overcoming the local symp- u ' .
toms removes the symp-'e&Cl8CnO
thetle eSects ot the disease, banishes the
headache, snd refreshes the tired mind.
M I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but little appetite, and what I did eat
ll-.j distressed me, or did me
near uult 0od u
bum after eating I would expe
rience talntness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
ss though I bad not eaten anything. My trou
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which Is that of a painter, snd from being
more or leas shot up In s finur
room with fresh paint. Last
spring I took Hood's Bars. OtOmaCn
rllla-took three bottles. It did me an
Immense amount of good. It gave me an
'appetite, snd my food relished and satisfied
the craving I had previously experleneed.''
G 10 sac A. Faoi, Watertown, Mass.
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100 Doses One Dollar
1889 has arrived and I am
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ordeied by special inspection-
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all please favor me with your pa
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SCRAP BOOKS A full lino. '
PAPETERIES In late designs. 7
FINE STATIONERY and writing materials.
NEW PUBLICATIONS, selected with reference to perma
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LIBRARY SETS of standard works.
CHEAP BOOKS-A large assortment. ' ' '
CYCLOPEDIAS and DICTIONARIES.
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Best Corn Shelters on the market. Improved Grass Seeders,
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WM. VISCHER SON,
Tlie Ebtcv Piano and Orrun arc known in every part of
the civilized globe and while other instruments arc sold
claiming to be
"JUST AS GOOD AS TIIE ESTEY,"
The hardened mortal has not been found . to ' say he is
prepared to furnish a superior.
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