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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13; 1889.
A Woman's DUooTry. ' 'Another wonderful dUeo-ory ! keen niauand tht too by a lady In t.ns ouuty. Disease lastened it! clntchei ( pon her and for seven year the with .etond IU severest, tens, but her ltl , ryans were undermined and death iwiued Imminent. She bought of lis I K,.t.i of Dr. Kine's New Discovery to tonsnmdtlnn ami was so union relieve' 11 lakinsr first dose thKt the alrpt all ightand with one buttle has been mi VHUulnutly cured. Her name Is Mrs. E.uth'-T Luta." Thui write W. C. Haiurlck4 0o.,of8helby.N. C. GetM ; free trial bottle at Adiru' driK (tore. 3 " The Population of Wellington It about 8,000, and we would say at leant ne balf are troubled with aoine affection fthe throat and lungs, at those com plaint are, according to statistics, tnore umerout than others. We would advise 11 our readers not to neglect the oppor unity to call on their druggists and get s tHiltls ot Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs. Trial size tree. Large bottles 60.: nd f 1. Bold by all druggists. . Bncalen'i Arnica Salt The best salve In the world for twrs, bru'sus, sores, ulcers, salt rhejtn, level tores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, euros and all skin eruptions, and positive, ly cures pih-s, or no pay required It Is . guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 2o cents per box. For Bale by WoosUr Adams. Uvl The Verdict Unanimous. W. D. Bult, druggist, Bljpu, Iiid.. fc-St'nVst "lean reooilllin-ii.i Elt-cirir Hitters a the veiy tiesi remedy. Evry kotile Hold ha given relief u every ese. One mm tok six Iwtt es and was eureil of rheuuiailsui of 10 year laiuling." Abraham Hare, di-ngi-t. Kellv lie, O., affirms! " I he bent ell lug nv'ilictne 1 have eaer handler' In any 20 yeart experience, I Electric Bt sera.', Thousands of others have addeil their testimony, to tht the verdict i' Unanimous that Electric Bitters do i.re all diseases of the liver, kidney- r blood. Only half a dollar a bottle St Adams' drug ttore. il Detroit, Mich., March 8, '88. IV. U. H.HAUo: . Gentlemen I hail a very severe at tack of riieuuiatisin. After taking a few doses of your Ar-lhro-phon l-a, ob tained relief. Have taken one bottle id am almost entirely cured. M.tf 'arpall,fl35, Bragg street. For tale at Felt's drug store. A Grateful Clergyman. Rev. I'hot. Rlchey, formerly presiding elder of the bortlwn N. Y. Confer enue, glvds this opinion of a popular remedy : "I have founrt Van Wert's Bilitatu to be a wonderfuleffectlve med icine frthe lungs. I haverecommeDd e It to several of my friends who ar suffering from onuNumptlon and almost tniraoulout beneflta have followed It -e. I am of the opinion that If taken tu time It would affect a cert. In cureoi IMS dread disease. 1 would urge all who are suOerlng with tung and throat troubles to try It. Trial size free. E. W, Adams the Leading Druvglst. t mil ' English Spavin Llrlmentremovesall Hard, Moft, or Ca'lous-d Lumps and Blemishes irom horses Blood Spavin, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney King-bone, Biffes. Sprains, all Bwolleu Thrusts, Coughs, Etc. Save $50 by use of one koule. Warranted. Sold by W. E Adams, Druggist, Wellington, 0.44-281 Bangor, Mich., March 21, '88. To whom It may concern : This is to certify that I have suffered all winter with asevere attakof rheu matism, and was about to ask to be re ' lieved from my position, as I wat not able to work. After trying many rem edies and getting no relief, 1 ssw Hill's Ar-tliro-phon-l-a advertised. I asked our iiruggipt tu order some tor me. I eommenoed taking It as per dlreciious and received good results from It with in one week. Arter taking tnree ooi tletlaiu hippy' to tay 1 am nearly eared, although I shall continue to take Ar thro-phon-l-a until I drive the disease out of my system. 1 can artalnlv recommend It as the best rem dy for rheumatism that I know of. and annottay too ujucd ii. ravoroi it. M . Remington, . Agent U. A W.M.R K, Bold by Fred. D. Felt. The Eandsomekt I sdy In Wellington remarked to a friend the ether day that she knew Kemp's Balsam fur the Throat and Lungs was a supeiior remedy as It stopped her Congo instantly when other cough remedies bad no effect whatever. Bo lo prove this and oonvice - jou of It merit, any drngglst will give ou a sample bottle free. Large size 50 cents ' and one dollar. Detroit, Mich,, March 12, '88. W.U. 11111 A Co.: Gentlrineu lhave for yeart been sufferer from Chronic rhcumttlrm ; at timet very severely. During a late at tack I have experienced more relief from taking one bottle of vour Ar-thro phiMi-l-a than from any remedy I have Hitherto used. Its action has keen very prompt, and without an derangement I the stomach or other organs, i am o much pleased with its action that 1 shall uontlnue Its use when I have the Id trouble to anmbat sgstn, and recom Bend It to my friends In like affliction Resnertfullv vourt. 8. 8. Robinson , IS Bralnard St. Bold by r.l). Felt. BniOHT't DisRAsa Ccrkd. Thret yesn- ago 1 was attacked with kidney trouble, vblchlna few months terminstra Brlghl's disease. My physician sslsl nv , esse was Incurable. I tried differen things and received no benefit until friend persuaded me to try Dr. BurdlckV Kidney cure. 1 sent ana gnt one nottie tefore that was half gone I felt a change One bottle removed from my body an' limbs fifteen pounds of watt r, which hai leen very bsdly swollen I nurd trlv' bottlet and was entirely cored, tod nevet ' IimI any return ot the disease since, I wosld recommend thia medicine to a1 . pffnrlng with kidney or, liver trouble, t which I we my lire. Respectfully yours, ' V ' ' i Elmkr ilArasOit, Wncnbury, N. J. T5 cents and tl.1 FD Felt. 451m ' Itch.Msnge, snd Scratches on hnmsn Sr animals cured in 80 mlnotes by Wool- lord's Bsnttsry Lotion. ' this never mi -Soldhy K.W.Adsms,DfBgglst, Welling. A Six Thousand Weavers Blver, Maea, at Fan Eflfnse to Go to Work Until an Ad vance in Wages is Granted. Mennftetarars Aataimdad at the intent of tha Birlko Fifty Mills Khut Down on Aoeoant f tha Trouble. -Fau. Rivbr. Maa, March 11 The weav ers' strike for an advance In ei which occurred yesterday is one of the most gen eral In the hUtory of l.bor tnub es here. The waavluj deiurtments of fifty mills se practically shut down and about 8,000 weav ers arts Idle. Those who refu-ed to strike do not all' gothor own er more than half enouRh to ke p one mill tolnfr. The ex'ent of the strike is quite a surprl .e to the man uf clurera, who exported that o.ily a few mills in the outskiit would be involved. Tliey thoi glit the h Ip wou d be ao much di vided aa W the v I do n of a strike at tba present tun that this clroi m tince would disorganize t e movement in a few days. The operatizes are v ti much pi ed at the unanimous seutiineut of reMsti.noe dis played In their ranks and pr d ot at early viCry. They ehiiro that they oun afford to maintain the sti l ie for seven weeks. It Is the prevailing impression that the msnu fsctinrso nirivenn alvac at patent prices for cloth and on 1 1 afford to curtail pruductlo i for e ea a shirt per'ol. The board of trsdfoays, however, ihnt no sd anm wl I be given and a bitter struggle is ant'op led. ' Three tbouiand wearers met In masa n e i luft In the pars yesterday mornlnor. Re port to tlio executive committee of the union ahowtd that tha vreavqr in every print cloth mill In fie c'tv hart quit work and that the strilto w a general. Weavers on wide roods at a few mills hod gone to work, but were expcoied to oome out Ad dreaaas were made by members of the ex ecutive commit toe congratulating the wesv ers on tho uoceiu of the striko, as shown by the large number of wuavera out and urging all to stand togother. A Ptew xora newHuaper man who Is a member of the Central Labor Union of that city also ad dressed the crowd, urging uuitod acll mand the Importance of organixatl'iD. It was an nounced at the meeting that the agent of the Pocaaiet mill had uttered a compromise and wanted to meet a committee of weavers to listen to a propos'tlon which he had to make. Another meeting will be neld at the park at ten o'clock this morning. Borne of tl mills advortisi d that the wage of strikers were ready on application. The strikers wore warnel bv their friends that this was a trick, and did not spply. Hsd they dr iwn the wag a they wonld have forfeited what is due them for weaving the cloth now on the looms. Abaadonad Oil Ptrlit Again rrodnelng. FaARRLiif, Pa, March 13. The completion of an oil well at tha Kynd farm, on Oil Creek, Saturday, whloh atarVsd off at the rate of forty barrels par day with no signs of dooreaalng, haa caused a revival of in terest In an old held thought to have been thoroughly exhausted two do-aie a?o, and there la a rush for leane. Tnlsj weelt a number of new wells will be In prqrross of drilling, and onarattoDS will be llvoly in the vtoinlty of the new well, in view or the large walls recently struck in the territory supnoaed to be exhausted at Pleasantvllls, Bhamburg. Flthola, Walnut Bend and at points In Rockland and Cranberry town, shine, many are of the belief that Venango County I sttil a good oil Held. The Stand ard Oil Company teems to coa-dlor this tha case, and fu aoent are taking up leases in several localities and Oil operations are again booming. Carnegie's Important Railroad Deal. Camton, O., March 11 Andrew Carnegie, of Pittsburgh, haa, with a company of New York cap! allsU representing t7.rjoo.000, se cured control of the Valley railway by the purchase of a majority of lie stock and with the Pittsburgh, Cbartiera & Youuhlogheny, and the Cleveland, Youngstown ft I ills burgh railroad, running from Phalanx on tho New York, Pennsylvania ft Ohio to Berghols to Jefferson County, O., a few miles from Wellsvllle, O., two roads under Carnegie's control, will form a through Pittsburgh and Cleveland line, parallellug the Cleveland ft Pittsburgh railroad and giving Canton a Pittsburgh line competing with the Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne A Chicago. A connecting link will be run from the Val ley mad bore to strike the Cleveland, Youngtn ft Pittsburgh at Paris, eleven miles east of bore. Most Give Notlre of Changea la Rales. WAsnmnTOM, March 18 Tho Intor Btate Commerce Co nml o i has ordered that all advano s and reduction in Joint rates, fares and e'mrget shown upon joint tariffs. eittablUhed by eomtnon carriers subject t the prnvlsl n nf the not to regulate com merofl, alia I b mado publla Every sui advance or r duotionshill be so piblUhed bv plainly prl it ag the aame in lara-a type, two copies of which shall be posts for tho ue of the p'ibHo In two ron'pl :uous places In every d pot where paaengers or fi eight are received for tran inortatlou. Pucb schedules shall be im .to J ton days prior to the taking effect of any al anoe, an l three days prior to the taking effect of soy rjdue. tlon. Prohlbltlen Moremeot In Pennsylvania. PaiLADai.miA, March 13. Prohibition was given a big b om In Association Hull yesterday. Thq miulstera of the city gath ered there In convention and began their battle for the constitutional prohibition amendments by adopting live strong resolu tions and pledging thema-Jlves to work to gother in tho coming campaign for tota1 prombltina In Pennsylvania. The ohII for tha convention had been signed by over n ministers, roiiresontlng twenty-four denom inations, and the ball was crowded. Fireman and Conduelor Killed. Rxaoimo, Pa, March 13. Beniami Walker, fireman, aged twenty-three years, and John Gil doer, conductor, both of Tam qua, were killed Sunday night in a railroad wreck at HU Rioholaa, on the rhllade'phli ft Reading road, near Ahlund. The wrack was caused by a defective frog, i Fourtoer cars were demolished. The loss is estimate): at 110.000. A brakeman, whose name wa, not learned, had his shoulder broxen. Careleaa Rnllraad Kmployes on Trial. Maccr Ciiumck, Pa, March 12. The trial of the Lehigh Vallyy f4ilroad employes wli( eausod the Mud Bun d ster on the 10th o October lost, by which sixty porons los their Uvea was begun bora yesterday. Ueo ry Mayer, the engineer In char re of the lo eomotive whloh crushed Into the trail stauding on the track ahead of him, Is thi principal derondsnt. jcmineni counsel wit appear on both sides. i ' FHaa f ghsnra Are-ate" ' 5aw Toiia,, March 18.Fortar poUramei raided tha Roandale Athletic dub rooms a 00 Monroe street lust night and arrestat John ifoOrath snd Cornollos Keefe, wht were engaged la a prise fight, and stxty-fln ex tua buu spssiators. NOT YET SOT. The Fate of the Steamer NlpBiO Causes Borne Anxiety Among- Naval Officers at Washington, Who Foar That the Worst Ee portg May be True, . . And Thi tha Reported Battle With Geruiau (Innboat Will be Continued by Offia al Ailrloet. . Wasiiinoton, March 13. State and Navy Department o 01 ours . generally place ao credence wbateverln the reported battle be tween the German corvette Olga and tha United Bt ilea war ve sol Nlpi o, in Bamoan waters. At the State Department no Infor mation concerning tha r .mired battle has yt been ' received. The depiirtinent haa taken no stops to ascertain whether the pub lished accounts ai-e true or not Commodore Walker, the ohlef of the Bureau of Navigation, doos not feel in the least worried about the alarming rumors. He thinks the department woo d have re ceived information ot the battle had it oo curred, and he does not care to cable to the naval olUcer stationed ut Auckland for asiy Information. "There's not a word of truth n any of these rumors," said the Commo dore yesterday, "and I do not pay the slight est attention to t iem." Meanwhile naval offloars and officials of thj Hi ate Department are waiting auxiously for a confirmation or a denial of the story. While must ot the naval offl ters are dis posed to pla'je little credence In the ao oounta, then are still a few who believe that an engagement ha take'i place. Mnnuk at uliout Bim 'an affairs, nncVnffl- o-r of the Htato Drp i t-ncni. said yeteiday I "It would bj very a.y forUerm my to keep buck new fro n Kamo i for a iun time. All the in tils from B. i o t to Auo'ila id are car ried on uorman SH-l uud if the offle ra of thatgovorument w .ntod to cot eft all source, of Into ma ion they could p event any v.-sads vthati-'er fron leivlng the Islands. The rumor tha' the Nfnslc h i-been destroyed it ha'tlly to b believe.!, tliouh Bistnurck may have, while t r teollig to reoe i negntlatlona given seer t orders to th o Hoorsof tbd .ermmne t to bri ig mat- tor to a crlls. snd if ibis is the ca e t'tdre may bare b ei flghing between the two nnval forces and Oermany may b) keeping b.ie ttiS aiws." The Uuitod Slate steamships Trenton and Va idalia wore due at 8 t-noa before tho end of Feoruary, though t ielr arrival haa notyotbjeci reiioi-ted. It Is exiet id, Dow er, that word will be rcoeiveJ from one or both of them within the next few daya. Tba Vand ilia w.ta expsoted to arrive first, as she had tho a I vaulars over the Trenton of beln able to e ial at Honolulu on her way out These vessels wou d both re on tl elr arrival as soon a polble by the first ves sel leav o lor Auckia d after their arrival at Samoa. If Admiral Kimoerly found any sorioui ch inge in the t ill of affairs at tl Ulands he would not likely wail for a trad ing vessel, but would send one of bis own vess ls to Auokland with dispatches, unlofa the situation was so aerlous that hj cou d nut spare oae of the vessels ot his small Beat. Inventor Rrteeeon's Knnaral. Naw York, March 13. The funeral of tbe late Ciplain John Eddiaon, the word-re nowned engine r and inventor, took place from Trinity Church yesterday. The acred tdlfoJ was crowded w.th friends' ani ad mirers Of the deceased. Two offloars from each ship at the navy yard and one officer from each dopartmunt were p e enL near tbe altar rail stood a cross about threo feet hUih. composed of Ivy, lilies of the valley and panaica It was a tribute from the aon of the deceased, Baron J. J. Ericsson, now In Bwede i. There were a number ot other floral tributes. Rov. Morgan Dlx, assisted by Rev. Mr. Hill, conducted the services. Tbe platoon the caakot bore the following Inscription! "John Kr o.son; died March 8, LSU; aged e ghty flve years, seven months and seveu days." After the serv ices the body wn talc in to the cemetery on Second street, where it was placed tempo rarily In a receiving vault Its final resting place will be the native land ot tbe deceased. A Crasy Nihilist in Chxlns, CntcAOO, March 13. Oeorgle Dienstro Viich, who last summer sot fire to the gov ernment powder m igazlne at Hitka. with hA az-Unnsrledirnd ditelvn of blowlno1 nn tho .nu. r.,u-hMl hnrA Vnnrt iv en ro its frnm Alaska to the National Insane Asylum at! Waahington. he having boen adjudged In- sane. He wus in charge of United States secret senrics officers Willclns and Arnold and was shackled to tbe latter, besides being Ironod at the wrUte, knees and arilcl-s. The prisoner aays that be is a Russian N.hlllst and that ha will yet free the dowo-troddon people of the civilised orld. A Cowardly Attempt at Harder. Jacksom, Micb., March 13.-William Ca hoon, a wealthy farmer residing In Band stone vll a-je. some time ago received a threatening Wllte Cap letter. lie treated It ms a joke at tha time but late Sunday night aa bs sat alone reading, he was tired upon from tbe outside by a man with ssbot gun. Part of tbe charge took effect In Ca boon'a log. He ran out, revolver in band, and pursued the would-be murderer for somo distance, but being wounded bad to abandon tba chase. O Ulcers are on the trail. Cahoon saya he knows bis assailant. Mek Conarreestttea. Washikoton, Maroii i3 As a result of exto-ure on Inauguration d iy, flf ten Cn gie siuen a a more or leaa ill and oonfl,,ed to their rooms. Ex-RpreaenUtlve Byrnes, of Colore lo, is dangerously ill with a com plication of diseaaes. Representative Lee, of Vlrglula, Is still quite sick of pneumonia, Representative Buch..nan, of NewJe soy, who haa pneumonia, .s better. Keprusauta live Laird, of Nobraska, is still very ill. Representative Cutohoon, of Mich gan, is much better, and will be out In a day or ao. Pat Kooney'a Kimoultlee. Axao!, O., March VI. As a result of the trouble between Pat Rooney and one of ths lajy nienibors of bis company while Rooney was In oxlcatel, Bu"di y all th'i m mbjrs of tha con p ,nv, luulud ng Mrs. Rooney and her dui.gliUir Katie, started back to New York Monday, leaving Rooney b iro. They bad good business, with dates mada into May. . ... John L. on Another Spree. Nsw Havsk, Conn., Ma ch 11 John L. Rulllvan arrived here from Brldgep.it laat evening and la alternating between tbe Ulube and City Hotel bar-rooms, and having a lively time. A number of Yale buys are assisting In his entertainment. The polios are determined to arrest Sullivan on tb first show of vlolenoa on bis part Kllrala's HI aster. Baltimoxb, MJ , March 13. Jake Kllraln left for Nsw York but night, whenoe bs will sail Monday for Liverpool . Before leaving EUrain said be did not beilove But II van bad any Intention of fighting htm. For this he was very sorry, aa be believes that as sure as the sua shines) he eon id knock Bulllvan out A CONFLICT OF AUTHORITY. latereetlng Hlete ef ASaihrs at tha Hssetsl OsplUI Oaosee) by tha KxlaSeae at Tve DlSTareet foliee Boards, Steesi ClutBln( to be Legal-How tba Trenkle Orle s Baud. Isdusapous, March 13. Both houses of the Legislature adjourned sine die yester day. It transpired late in the afternoon that, all the 1 1 Is pas ed over the Governor's veto by the Democratic majority are In such shape thst they are bound to fail. : Tho con stitution requires the signatures of the Fpe iker of the H use and President or tba Fenate to all bills and Joint resolutions passed by the l egislature. Wbea the vetoed bills were rspasse I they were sim ply sign -d by the clerk of the House and the secrets y of the Bonate, and In this form deposited with the Secretary ft State, Instead of going tbrou th thi hands of the Governor, as the s'atutei requiro. It is maintain d by opponents of the legls la f n tbat these are fa a', d f -eta and that a'l th se mea ures, among whloh are the 1 w creating boar I of publio worics snd ollloars for Indianuplls, fire and 1 0 Ice boards for Ind anapilis and E nnsvllle, the bOHrd depriving the Ooyruor of his ap pointing power, etc., sre null and void. Ti e polloe and tlteo mmissioners seleeted by the Legislature for th s city met yester day morning and filed their bonds. They bold oomm tnloni signed by the Hpeaksr of the House and the secretary of the Benste, the Governor having declined to commis sion them. After formally organising they selected a secretary and C p ain Colbert, of the present force, aa superintendent of no lice. ' Captain Colbert appeared at police head quarters last night uud demanded that Su perintendent Travis surrend r to him the control of the polios nflloors, but the latter declined. Colbert then read a list of officers aoiwintcd by the new bo ird who were in structed to appear at the c ittrt bouse to-day s:id be sworn In. The list of appolntmeota by tie new board Indud a number of ofll cennowonttie foT. Whether thoy will n pjrt as ordered bv the new board Is doubt ful. The new cm nNilo 'era alio selected a now fire chief but for somo reason failed to make a demanl for prslnn. TERrTfIC EXPLOSION. eenteen Mea Injur-d and On Instantly Killed by tho Rur.tln ora Holler In tha Cleveland Kolllnf Mills-fhe HaHding Demolished. Ci.svst jkp, O., March 13. Monday after noon one of the battery of boilers in the large hammer shop of the Cleveland rolling mil a at Newburg exploded. Beve l 'en men were InJiTod, one kll el and the building was wrecked. The hammer shop w slocuted at the north end of the mills, between tba C ft P. and Nypsno trsok , Five boilers wer-in the battery and one of them ex plodiid The roof of the building fall In snd the whole shi p was badly wrecked. An Im mense crowd gather d lm nedlately, but tba people were kept back by ropes. The other boiler bad been shaken by the explosion au I it was feared they might go op alov John Barr, a helper, was near the boiler when it exp'oded. Be was Instantly killed and bis body was fearfully burned. Aneoa Bee, a Polack. was terribly hurt about the bead and body. Tom Darcy, foreman, was dangerously bruised snd cut about the head ml breast. Peter Patten waa hurt on the head and body. C. Newman received slmi lar Injuries. John Crosby and son were both Injured about the bead and body. These were the mott seriously injured. The names of the d sen or mora others who were hurt could not be learned. Offl dais of the mills refused admittance within the gates to all who were not connected with the mil's Tb Injiirod men were taken to their homea as fast as they wore removed from the wreck. I ' Coal Operators Kxrtt-d. PirrsncRon, March 13. Coal and coke operators are all worked up over a bill wh ch bas been Introdue d iniba State Leg liiatoro, entitled "An act to promote the safety of persons employed in and about the coal mines." It provides for the appoint ment of a eomml-slon of five persons who shall decide upon a xystem of mechanical apiwratus for the detection of explo sive gs.es in mines. The bill Is be ing pushed In the Inters-1 of a cor poration tbe owner of the only appira- tus which ran be used under the terms of ths bt L The coil of nutting in the appara ti s would ave'-am SIOOW at a low estimate for each of the MO mines in tho State a total f m 0,ono and tho cost of extra men to 'rei it In nrd r would be at least fj.000 oermine. or 11,(100 OtIO annually. Hemon I strunoes are being circulated among all tha cal and oe onepilore protesting sjalnst J the pa-aage ottneom. CUanank ra' label la Not a Tradn-Msrk. Bt. pArn. Minn., March 14 Tho Cigar- makers Proteollve Union of this city re ecived a decided sot hoi k yesterday lo a de cision by the S promo Court reversing by vote of three to two the order ot the lower court It is held bat the device pluood on b iesof cigars mala by the union mem bers indicates only that the cigars sre msde by some member of one of the unions, and it Is not a legal t rale mark. Tba dissenters hold that the members of a union should have the benefit of the suparior reputation nf Its produo s In tha niarkot, resulting from their superior skill, snd tbe application of a slmbol by the members on tne articles made by them indicates the origin of the urucie. .' taat of Tally-Shoes raws. On lux aits. 0., Mirch 13 Th last of the ease growing out of the famous tally-sheet pros outl ns Is to be heard on it menu in tbe 8 io erne Court AprU 11. This U tbe ronte pt oa-s of Allen O. Myers be having been found guilty of writing a libelous rtl ole about tbo eou' t prosecuting attorney and lury during the trial of R. B. Montgom ery, who waa accused with Myers of having b en concerned In tbe forgiries. Judge Pugh sentenced Myers to three months In ttie county loll andssessel a fine of $-300. rent, noe was suspended to allow an appeal to the buprem Court. New War Khlps WASHmoTOX, March 13. It is ripected that shortly after t:ie beginning of the next fl cal year July 1 the Navy Department wit award contracts for the construction of eight new war vessels. The ve.se Is will have the lute t approved Ideas lo thsir ooo stn ct on, and wll be ot high speed and b av armsment One nf the new shlpt w II hi a groat Ironclad of 7.600 tons. Four m re new orulsets will also be constructed bUrlug the present year. . Kmlirsa ar nlrt.lee In Jail. A '.bant, N. Y., March 13.-Charles Hsgor, under sentence of two years an sight months at Dannemora shot and killed himself Mond iy afternoon in the Albany i ill . The aims for which Hagor received his sentence last week waa that of embet sling several hundred dollars' worth ot Jewelry belonging to Nelson Hoggs, a Blng-naiut-in'diamoud denier. Haver was em. pioyed by him as a traveling sulosman and all of the property was appropriated disposed ef In this city. , . falsi Holler Ktploslo. Wssr Poixt, Miss.. March 19. A largs boiler st tba King nompmss exploded ye tsrdsy, Instsntly killing Isaac Taahlngtos and damaging the property to the extent of IT STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAL ! ON THE FACE OF THE FOOTSTOOL. fir - Nob404 and 405. Wood Beam. Steel Plow. Eignt tvnd Latt Hand. THE OLIVER STEEL FLOW. may apportionatelij be called The World Beater. Tha great prize winner of the century. The Oliver has the lest Aiouiaooara of all. The Oliver Share. The Oliver Steel Plow, Center Draft Plow. The Oliver does Perfect Warlc i sticky soil or heavy clay land. perfect work in sod. The genuine Oliver Plows and Repairs are sold by G. E. TOWNSEND, Wellington, - Call on WM. VISCHER a SON, For your PI ANOSi r The Estcy Piano and Organ the civilized globe and while claimin": to be ''JUST AS GOOD AS THE ESTEY," The hardened mortal has not been found to say he is prepared to furniah a superior. J. W. WILBUR, Is agent for the celebrated WORLD TYPE WRITER, ""7 l-aSrH I. .Jf-I 'v VwSkk.M xmA.VwUJuAi:.Ii ACJe - IS I I fill CVhich is bv far the cheauest on the market. A Eerson can learn to write etter than the old way. Prices from $10 to $15. IT NEVER-FAILS-' CAD BL0D3 Menns sn inactive liver snd a ivmputlirtlc or unnatural sc ion of the stomach, liovi:ls -mil kldnevs, and as a rcult 5SU2USKESS. The sviiiptoins sre drowbi- 'ViifVS'V?!!! nesa.- !- of pit!tc, head- aflie. In. U of energy, pain iny$rJWi&'M the Imck, ro.tivenos or dhr- IW3liMi rbo-a. Allowncss of skin. ifTtW Jurn-d tongue, generally attended with melancholy and GENERAL DEBILITY. To cure these diseases means to restore the action ol the river and o" her organs, snd to Ml tit frnton in the blood. A remedy containing Mandrake, Culvers Root, Burdock snd Carnra Sngraila, acting especially on tlic liver, rtr.macli, kidneys and sweat glaudu, is the proper one. MB8ARD'8 RHEUMATIC SYRUP ration's action, kills malaria and purifies the blood.' Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup rNRtVAl.KD In merit It UN Pfn Family Mmllclnn bemuu U fonhiim nn polB r opln.na. ( lit . In n, Inv.OJiU anj dcllmU' H-itn will l.nJ It lb.- lull minit ine nnd lonk they Ctui utc. Nu M-mm slionl'l I without It. Alwnvt in Mwswm, Sfrikfi Summer, Auinmn au4 Wittier. Il m run not procure it ol ynir ilniKvikt K-nJ direct to ui, Price $i.w; a hottlet c OX t Tlutert fife. TESTIMONIALS WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE. For ovrr twenty yn I hr lwsn a ffrMt ufferer from the rlVrtt rt( a dietiRtd iimniith, ami for three VMri ptuit hvf hem utv title tn dn n buiincni ti.irt.fv able to move nhmtt. Two yenrn Ufit my riw 'H nrnnmiiH-ed by the best metbral k 1 11 iswuntbl, I viallad diOrrvnt water ciirva and trii-d diftorrnt dimau a, but tu no ffd. June I niran utinf Hihbird't HninimuUi: Synip and at onc bnn to ImI u-Wkt. I h.iv uaed thirteen bottU-i, and am a well Mian. EnWAnn Hakhh, Mafctrr Mechanic and Hlackttmith. ' , tot Jackaoa blroet, Jackaon, Mulw A SURE CURE FOR RHEUM ATlGf.U has the best Standard and like the Oliver CMlb.A. is a The Oliver Steel Plow don - . Ohio. ORGANS r are known in every part of other instruments arc Bold 4 HI ywvf aasjo; very quickly and much Call and see them. CONSTIPATE.. THE process of digestion, assimilation snd rrmnvnl netdsthe lu-altliy aciioiiot the liver, pancreas and lurd which sunplv the hile sn'l other fluids, fn order to stim ulate them to proiK-r action. Hibbard's . Rheumatic Syrup combines' all the best meJi. cincs, aa Mandrake, Culvers Root and Cuscara Snrada, with trinica to restore all secre tions and supply .tho needed) sclion. After taking a ftw bo'.tles nature completes 11 hi cure. IT NEVER FAILS. ' HcHh iPVM'lf ami fvllr hHW bfvn nninrr YlibKAnT Rhtrumatlr Kvrnn thlt f.ttl m winitr rvilh "ivlknt nucrtta. WoUttnli U a rnM mrsiuitw. . Fv n-. fiiipftlinn, dvstr-wlii or iiuiigckUun it nun iK-rtt tbMt wt htv tft-ctl. R. UsKriAi-r i OrmiMl Hupids Mich., Fch.4, iJVjS, tarmtr, t No remedies known an blfchrv ndratil by ha home pajonle, in the treatmt-nl oi Rht-Hinttnn ar4 all blood dlaeaeea. Out madkal pamphlet, tnrathia; on all dlaeaira. aent true on applkatiun. Rheumatic Syrup Co., Jaokson, Mich. -s,Ohlo. (- . uy