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THE KNTERI'RISB; WEDNESDAY; MAY 22 1889- 1 . . THE ENTERPRISER 4 BJzMT,rrerlo. WELLINGTON, OHIO' " T. dcueral News Summary." Interesting Home and Foreign Heirs, WASHINGTON. The Attorney General has authorized the Marshal of Arizona to offer a reward of IGOO each for the arrest and conviction of the robbers of l'aym aster Wham. A call for a reportof condition at the close of business on Monday, May 18, 1889, hai been made on national banks by the Comp troller of the Currency. Beoretary Tracy has ro-cslablishcd the , office ol general inspector Df the naval pay corps, which was abolished by Secretary Whitney. Pay Dlreetdr Thomas H. Looker aa been appointed to the position. The following appointments were made fey -the President on the 16th; Solomon Bkrsh, of Ore (ton, to be Minister to Turkey ; Dark E. Carr, of Illinois, to be Minister Resident and Consul General to Denmark: Henry W. Severance, of California, to be Consul General to Honolulu; John Jarreti, f feansylvania, to be Consul at Binning l ken, England ;. Thomas H. Kheraiaa, f the District of Columbia, to be Consul at Uver- I pool. 1 ' : " ' ' .. . The President has appointed John W. Douflas and 1 6. Bino k be Commissioners, ef Uie District at Celumfcla, ; t,,-:-,-v,v..v The following' were amenfihe presiden-' that appointments made on the 17th : Charles- . tHrayne, United States District Jodire for' the Northern District et Wortda; William. D. Lee, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Hew Mexico; Amor fcmlth, Jr., : Surveyor of Customs for the port of Clncln-. nasi; David W. McClun;, oolleotor of Inter-', nal Eevcnue for the first district of Ohio;' John K Lynch, of Mississippi, Fourtlr Auditor of the Treasury; L. W. Haberoom.' of tie District of Columbia, Fifth Auditor of the Treasury. Benry A. Phillips, of Mew York, has. been appointed chief of division In too Pen-' tion Ofllce at t-'.OUO per year. Charles D. Poston wits arrested at Wash ington on the 18th by post-offloe inspectors while In the act of using the franks of Boa-.' tor Stewart, of Nevada, and Delegate 8ml th, of Arizona, on private mail matter. Poston was taken before Commissioner Sis, where he admitted his guilt and waived examination. He was held in 13,000 bonds. During the week ended May 18 the Treaa-. nry Department has disbursed 11180,000 an account of pensions, thus exhausting the appropriation for the current fiscal year amounting to tSl,7SO,000. THE EAST. Among the passengers on tne steamship City of Paris, which sailed from New York for Liverpool on the 15th, were Robert T. Lincoln, the new United State Minister to the Court of St James, his wife, two daugh ters and son; Andrew Carnegie, wife and bob; General and Mrs. Botterneld and Mrs.' Frank Leslie. ' .1 ' The body of Heywood Paul, the yonng Philadelphia millionaire who recently be came insane while arranging for his mar'' riage to s young lady of Boston, Mass., was found floating in the Delaware river near Mount Holly, N. X, on the 15tfi. ', . ' The large hotel at Bethlehem, Fa.,' was destroyed by an incendiary fire on thonlrfit of the 1Mb. Landlord Eiegeofuss,kls wife, sad two children, and two elderly wanes, barely escaped death. Loss, $7,000. A wreck on the Pittsburgh, Virginia ft. Charleston railroad near Ormsby, Pa en: the 16th, caused by the collision of a freight with a work train, res tilted la the Injury afi eight Hungarian workmen, three seriously. It is reported that Historian George Ban-) croft, now in his eighty-ninth year, Is so. feeble that visitors are refused admission to see him. At Boston, Mans., in the case of Peter J. Magee vs. the West End Htroul Railway. Company, the jury on the 10th reported Terdiotof fi0,006 for the plaintiff. Magee was a member of the book and ladder com pany and had a log token off la a collision betwoen the truck and a horse car while go ing to a fire. The Trenton (X. J.) Oilcloth Works were, damaged by fire on the 10th to the extent of sjo,ooa A movement is said to be now well under way looking to the formation of figaotlo sasuoUUon to Include all the photographers of the United Btates. The association la. resorted to already have 40,000 members. The New York Legislature adjourned at soon on the 16th. Frederick Corker, collator of Interna revenue, died at Philadelphia on the 16th of, apoplexy, lie bad been prominentia bust-, ess elrclea In that city for many years. At its session on the Mth the Catted Brethren conference elected Rev. J. W, Holt Bishop for the Pacifta coast and re-. looted Bishops Weaver, Castle, Keppart and Dickson. The minority conference elected Key. J. H. Beckor Bishop for to Padho coast, and Rev. Milton Wright, tt. T. Barnaby and Hallock Floyd Bishops tor the other districts. The General Assembly of the Presbyterian. Church of the United Slates began Its ses sions at New York City on the Mth, with 480. delegates present, rcprcsenltngtweoty-elght. synods. These synods are divided Into Via presbyter!', representing 6,(00 ohurcoes,, with 760,ono communicant. This year as-, smhly is the 101st Dr. William C. Roberts,; of Chicago, was chosen moderator. While rescuing a woman from before a. looomotivsat Be ran ton, Pa., on the 18th,' Jacob Holman, of that place, was struck and fatally injured. Ramuel Harper, a prominent attorney cf. Plttaburgh and Department Commander1 G. A. K, died in that city on the 16th, aged flftv-two veurs. U. J. Cook, who recently robbed the Por- tersviue, Pa.,l savings bank of VMKO, bae been arrested at London, Out He oonf eased; and lmpllra'es others In the robbery. Francis W. Goddard, one of the firm of. God dard Bros., of Providence, R. L, the largest eotton manufacturers In the world,' died on the 17th. Death was caused by heart disease. The announcement Is made that George, W. Cbllds, of Philadelphia, baa offered a prize of tO to the man that passes the best) examination for entrance to the academic, freshman class of Princeton college. The National Tube Works at MuKeesport; Pa., have granted the demand for restorer. Uon of last year's wages, and the 3,000 men. la all departments have resumed work. Toe conoessioa means an advance of tea to. fifteen per cent m the wages of skilled men and five per cent la those of laborers. Chester Van Byckle, of Belvtdere, If. J., baa been appointed receiver for the West, nd Mining Company, a corporation owning' lroa mines In Hunterdon County, N. J., and Pennsylvania, The liabilities of the eom-' pany are reported to be froia tauoOO to; . SDOO.OOO groatwr than Its ssaots. . Business failures occurring throughout the country during the seven days ended May 17 number for the United HUteifi7, Canaan DA, total 853, as compared with 827 the previous week. .For the corresponding week of. last year the total was 180. . The American Society of Mechanical En-' gineers adjourned at Erie, Pa., on the 17th . to meet In New York the second week In November, 1889. The meeting just closed . was one of the most Important held for' years, as It ola apt to lead to national . legislation in the matter of regulating a' system of standards, i 'A 4 W. O. Atoughton, son of a one time prom-' most oil man. wat arrested at Butler, Pa., on the 17th enarred with 'being' Implicated; In the Portersville bank robbery for which a man named Smith was arrested a few day s ago in Canada. - The convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians adjourned at New York on the 17th after electing the following officers: Lawrence Kclley, national delegate ; Patrick Dugan, national secretary; Jihn O'CaN tighan, national treasurer, A cablegram from Rome convey toe in telligence of the consolidation of ,th Pitts. burgb and Allegheny dioceses of the Roman, Catholiechurch. ' " The annual meeting of the American Bap. tist Educational Society was held at Boston, Mass., on the 18th. I The treasurer reported receipts, exulusivo of gifts, during the year; J3,438: expenses, t,'!3,m Francis Wey land, of Connecticut, wss elected president; F. T. Gates, wasmngton, oorresponainr secretary; Joshua Levering, Maryland, treasurer. . , i1' t it : " At a church festival la South Glaston, bury, Conn., on the 18th over one hundred persons were poisoned by eating ice cream Bavored with vanilla extract Of this num ber thirty-four are reported in ' crtUeal condition. Jt Is believed the poison was In the vanilla extract ' The much talked of deal between the American Meat Company and the American Cattle Trust was concluded at New York City on (he 18th. A contract for a term of jrears was drawn up and signed by the con trolling powers of the two organizations by which the meat company will handle the entire product of the cattle trust It has developed that the Prisoners' Aid Society, Of London, has been shipping En glish eonviots to Texas at the rate of one or two a week. Ten men from Rotterdam are detained at Castle Gardes now as convict laborers. The exports of spocte from the port of New York during the week ended Mav 18 amounted to $2,749,217. Imports of specie for the same period amounted to 1231,880. President D. Willis, of the western exten sion of the Western Maryland railroad. recently drove the last spike on the road which occupies the bed of whst is known as "Toad Stevens' tope worm," built over fifty years sgo, near Gettysburg, Pa. On the 18th the second annual distribu tion of the profits of John Wansmaker'i establishment in Philadelphia took place. The sum of t4,1S3 was distributed among nearly 400 employes who bsd been seven years or longer In the serviee. In addition to this there is a monthly distribution of profits, which is divided among all the em ployes, Irrespective of length of service. During the past year tS8,i!S3 was thus dis tributed. The weekly statement of the New York aesoeisted banks, Issued on the 18th, shows the following changne: Reserve increase, 15,281,750; loans decrease, 54500; specie Increase, t3,69,!0; legal tenders increase, 2,477,400; deposits increase, (J,ffl,800; dr eolation decrease, .7O0. The basks held 114.304,325, In exoess of the twenty-five pet Dsn's, rule. James McCartney and his grandson. James Cumberland, were crossing the track of the Baltimore at Ohio railroad at Fulton station, Pa., on the IBth when they were struck by an express train. Both men and Instantly killed. . WEST AND SOUTH. The bill reducing the maximum legal rate Of Interest from eigfatpercent to seven was passed by the Illinois House on the 19th. ' The following officers were elected at the session of the Supreme Lodge Knights of Honor, held at Indianapolis, Ind., on the 16th I A. R. Bsvage, Lewtston, Me., supreme dic tator; Kaauel KJota, Newark, N. J., supreme vice dictator; Marsden Bellamy, Wilming ton, N. C, supreme assistant dictator; D. F. Nelson, Bt Louis, supreme reporter; J. JN. Branca, Bt Louis, supreme treasurer; F. A. Pennington, .Okey Johnson and Edward R. Bacon, supreme trustees. The steamship Columbians, which arrived at Portland, Ore., on the 16th, brought the captain, mate and eleven of the crew of the Oregon Navigation Company's steamer Alaskan, wrecked in a gale off Cape Blanco on May 18. Five of the crew weredrowned. The Alaskan bad no passengers. A dispatch from the Yankton (D. T.) In dian Agency states that the Sioux Indians at that place are negotiating with the Gov ernment for the sale of about seven town ships in the north part of their reservation. The tract embraces some of the richest land la South Dakota, and will furnish borne for 1,000 families, allowing each 160 acres. A monumentto the Confederate dead wai unveiled In Moant Olivet cemetery, Nash ville, Ten n., on the 16th. Veterans from all over the Slate were present Colonel W. C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky, delivered the oration. In a saloon quarrel at Cleveland, O., on the 17th IraC Benton, formerly an engineer in the fire department was killed by Farrel J. McCarthy, a saloonkeeper. The extensive docks and warehouses of the Chesapeake ft Ohio railroad In Norfolk, Vs., were destroyed by fire on the 17th. Lomh, tTo.OnO. Dr. Bamucl H. Garrlgues, one of the best know scientists In Michigan, died at Ann Arbor on the 17th. A fire at Council Bluffs, la., on the 17th destroyed Stewart Bro.'s packing house, with a quantity or cured meats. Loss, liOO, 000; Insurance, $01,600. At Caseyville, Ky., on th 17th R. G. Thome, editor of the Caseyville Herald, shot and killed George Elmer, a prominent merchant A newspsper article caused th qoarraL , Eleven workmen were badly Injured on the 17th at the Union Iron Works in Ban Francisco by the bursting of a mold con taining molten metal Herman Roberta' tobacco warehouse at HtmtJngburg. Ind., with 100,000 pound of tobacco and his 175,000 residence adjoining were destroyed by fire on the 17th. Several other business places and residonnes were also burned, the total loss being US,0UO; insurance, 134,000. At Rockdale, Tex., on the 17th Mrs. Louis Palmer dropped a lighted lamp, setting her self and the bouse on fir. She ran out doors, but before her husband could extin guish the flames she was fatally burned. The bouse was destroyed and her two little boys, aged three and four years, perished in the names. A. freight traia on the Chicago, Bock Island and Psctflc railroad was wrecked, aear Chicago on the 17th. The wreck took fir and eighteen carloads of whisky, hlgn wines and fruits were consumed. Los 17,000, The Norwegian of Chicago on the 17th eelebra'ed the seven ty-flftn anniversary of these para Um of Norway from Denmark and Uieadoptiou of the Norwegian constitu tion. A storm of cyclonic character swept across Northern Texasoa the 18th. At Forest City, in Montague County, i suhoolboase; was destroyed, two children killed, and many seriously hurt . Another schoolhouse al Btepheasville wss wrecked few minute , .'' I l'.'. f sfter school hsd been dismissed. Great de itruotlon of crops occurred., The Chicago Ac Atlantic railway was on the 18th placed in the hands of a receiver. Prof. Carpenter, of Rapid city, uac, claims to have solved the problem of sepa rating the mica in the tin ore by a simple lad ouective process, ana My tne ore can b reduced at a handsome proBt .. k '. In a quarrel at Louisville, Ky., on me lptn over five cents Interest which Louis Jack son claimed from John Bailey, the former shot the latter, inflicting fatal wounds. Nine houses and .twelve barn In East Chicago were burned early on the morning of the 18th, enkiltng a.los of t35,000. , . ' Judge Srmsten, of the -Cincinnati police court!, on the 18th dismissed the 700 cases of arrests made last year far violation of the Owen (Sunday closing) law.'"' : "' , Nine oat of ten nogroae who were grows ; lng the river in e nklff near. West Pass,, Miss., on the 19th, were drowned .by Jhe up-' setting of the boat In a squall.'- A little girl: reached the bank safely. ,. 1 i The conductors', national Convention si Denver, Col., on (the 18th re-elected Chief Whestonand (Secretary Daniels, snd Assist-; ant Grand Chief Conductor C, W. Wllkinsj of Chicago, It wss decided to hold th next eonvBntlon at Rochester, N. -YV "'' i The roof of H. R. Baldwin ft Co. 'a shoe factory at Detroit,Mioh., caved In on the 18th, burying three workmen woo were engaged In repairing the building. One died pocn after being rescued. , The other assy re cover. ' The English syndicate has offered 110,000, 030 for the Blats brewery at Milwaukee and Is trying to ret option on 'ether breweries In the sams city. A circus wa ron was struck by train In the suburb of Chicago on th Mth, the cage Of which wa shattered, and two wolves, a lien and a panther eaeapea Into tne streets. The animals were pursued and finally cap tured, after a groat commotion among the residents of the vicinity. ' On the 18th lightning struck the house of Dayton Flagg at Janes vllle, Wis., killing Mrs. Flsgg and badly burning her little child. ' . ' Albert F. Schwab, thirty-one years old. local manager of the Green Tree Brewing Company, of Bt Louis, hss absconded, leav ing a shortage In his accounts of 18,000. An earthen ake shock was fell throughout Middle California on the morning of the 19th. It wss severe in the Ban Joaquin Valley and was felt in 8sn Francisco. - Probably the largest deal la yellow pint ever made in this country was consum mated at Pensacola, Fla., on the 18th. An English syndicate took charge of the Mus cogee Lumber Company's property, tb George Robinson Mill Company and th Michigan Lumber Company, aggregating five mills with 400,000 sores of land and about forty miles of railroad. The prior paid was 11,800,000. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. A Berlin dispatch says th sub-committee of the Bamoan conference has decided that the municipal council of Apia shall com prise six members' 0m many, England and the United Btates each to appoint one mem ber. The other three-membc: shall be elected by the resident of Apia. The prevailing high prices for raw sugar have compelled one of the largest vefiaeries In Greenock, Scotland, to close down. Queen Mary, of Bavaria, mother of King Otto, died on the H3tb from dropsy and can cer of the hver. In the English House of Common on the 17th Mr. Lebouchere's motion to abolish the inheritance of seat in the House of Lords wa rejected by a vote of 801 to 1(0. Bt Fetors burg advice state that the con spiracy among military officer against the Czar, recently unearthed, has many wide spread ramifloations. Orcosrs of rayluieuta stationed la Moscow and Warsaw havf been found to be implicated in the 'plot, and three bare committed suicide. Hundreds of the eonsplrstors have boen placed under arrest Queen Victoria on the 18th laid the foundation stone of the new buildings which are to be erosted at Eton In connec tion with the college therein. It is reported that strikes of a most de termined character are Imminent In tho En llsk and Welsh coal mining districts and in Belgium, in oonsequeno of the labor dis turbance In Germany. ' IATE11. At the meeting of the Baptist Publication Society in Boston, Mass., on the 90th, it was announced that the work of revising the Bible Union New Testament is approaching completion, and that work on ths revisioa of the Old Testament 1 proceeding satis factorily. Tss large passenger steamer John Hop kins wss burned st Baltimore, Md., on th 80th. Loss. I2MI.0UO. Tss 180th anniversary of the birth of Stephen Girard. was observed on tne Vila with appropriate ceremonies in Girard ool lege, Philadelphia. Tbi friends of Dr. Cronin, who so mys teriously disappeared some time ago, era so firmly convinced now that Cronin has been made the victim of a conspiracy aad foul play, and that he has been murdered, that they offer a reward of H),ouotor in formation leading to the arrest and eon. victlon of any of his murderers, principals or accessories. A mi at Howard City, la., on the 80th destroyed the opera house building, Mather' bank, the Baptist church, severs s eleven dwellings and four barns. The loss is estimated at .'iA,0O0. WiuxiM D. Derrv, cashier of the Mu tual District Messenger Company, wa ar rested at Boston, Mass., on the aoth on tha charge of embezzling 118,000 from the West ern Union Telegraph Company. ' Ami two weeks' investigation the Web ster County (la.) grand jury failed to Indict the seventeen settlers chsrgcd with spirary by the land owners. Fo robbing Benjamin He we, of Dan bury, Conn., on the DUth John McCarthy and John Cunningham were on the asms day Indicted, pleaded guilty and were sentenced to nine years and six months In State's prison all within eight hours' time. Louis Bun, a negro forty five year of are. fatally stabbed his young wife, aged seventeen, in Chattanooga, Tenn., on the 80th and then cut his own throat Mb. Emms C Folsom, mother of Mrs. Grover Cleveland, was married at Jackson, Mich., on tha 80ta to Mr. H. E. Psrrine, well known citizen of Buffalo. ' Tan Postmaster General has awarded tha contracts for supplying the Post-office De partment for the next fiscal year with reg istered package ana outer omctsi envelopes, to the Morgan Envelope Company, aad the Plvmnton Manufacturing Company, of Springfield, Mas., at ,. ' Taa Bcandlravlan Lutheran College at Decora h, la., was destroyed by fire oa tha 80th. A couple of boys named Coleman, fourteen and seventeen years of ag, were burned so seriously thst they will die. The loss Is 112,000. At New York on the 'JOth custom house Inspectors arrested Xavier and Mary Arnold, busbsud siui wife, who were psa senrers oa the French steamer IUJbam- psgne, aa suspected smugglers. Nothing was found on the man, but in the dress of his wife were found twenty-six gold watches of Hwiss make snd several chains. bracelets and trinkets. The value of the lot was satiioated at H'i.pll0. Wew About Town. It iitbe current report about town that Kemp' Balsam for tha throat and lung i making soma remarkable cores with people who are troubled with jCoughi, tiore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con sumption. Any druggist will glva yoa a trial bottle trea of cost. It Is guaranteed to relieve and care. 'The Urge bottles are fifty cents and one dollar. . Why erabltterlif e by dragging around wltblameback, diseased kidnevt.droDsl cal swellings, female weakness, nervons debility ,neartdtses indrhenmttlccom- Elaints.when Dr. Fenner's Kidney and acksche Cure will so quickly core t Rev, A.J. Merchant, Presiding Elder writes : "It gave me almost Instant and entirely perm anen trailer." Superior trail known medicines In these diseases. For sale by druggists . r " " " .". '' , The Homeliest man In Wellington well as tha handsomest, and other are In vited to caH on any druggist and get tree trial bottle of Kemp's - Balsam . for the lung and throat, a .remedy that is sailing entirely upon Its merits and It guaranteed to relieve and cuve all Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronchlti and Consum ption. Large bottles M cents and $1. ... . .; ..u fc'i.ir,;.. m :- , ' : i00 LftClJe Wanted,' And 100 tnento call on ah druggist for a free trial package of Lane's Fans ly Medicine, tho great root and herb remedy, discovered by Dr, Silas Mb while In tho Rocky Mountains. For diseases of tha blood Hvsr and kidneys j it l a positive cure, for constipation aqd clearing bp the complexion it does: wonders. ' Children like it. Everyon praises It. Large site package, SO cts. At all druggists. A Grateful Clergyman. Rev. tho. RtcheV, formerly 'presiding elder of tha Northern N. Y. Confer ence, glvds this opinion' of a popular remedy: "1 have round Van Wert's Balsam to be a wonderfuleffective med icine for the lungs. I nave recommend ed it to several of my friends who arc suffering from consumption and almost miraculous benefits have followed its use. I am of the opinion that If taken iu time It would affect a certain cure oi this dread disease. I would urge all who are sufterlng with lung and throat trouble to try it. Trial size free. . W. Adams the Leading Uruggist. Interested People. Advertising a natent mediclns the pe culiar way In which Kemp's Balsam, for Congbs ana Colds does, it is indeed wono derlul. lie authorizes diugglsts t give those who call for It, a sample bottl free, that they may try it before purcha lng. The large bottles are 00 cants and one dollar. We certainly wonld advise a trial. It may save you from consumption a Simply purnving and cleansing tb blood Is not sufficient. It needs enriching also.the nervons system needs toning un til of which is accomplished by Dr. Fere ner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerll Tonlo. Use hi Cough Honey in at coughs; his Golden Relief in til pain and ztomact taa oowei attoraers; nip Kidney tod Backache Care in lame back. dropsy and all kidney disorders; his Qer man jcto-bsiv in tore even, cracked skia and pilesi his Capitol Bitters for appetite aadltreogin. rorsaje ny arnggiaiSf -. . Dyspepsia or Indigestion always yield to the curative properties of Hibbsrd's Rheumatic Syrup, containing, as It does nature's specific for the stomach. For sale at E. W. Adams' sod F U Felt (Saved ttieValce of it Fa Sellers Cough Syrup hss attained a reputation tl motteqnal to Sellers' Pill, and more could hardly be said of any other medicine. Th syrup should be kept In every family where there are children, and grown np people Ind it a most valuable medicine for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and throat and lung diseases. Th pills are sacha standard remedy in some psrta of ihecotin try that a family never .think of doing without them. Bald an old gentleman In Eastern Maryland. "Why I haver sized mv family on Seller' Pill, and I consider them almost as essential to a family as bread. In the last thirty years Ihey bav saved me enough, la doctor bill, to pay tor a farm. Cincinnati i imes-oiar. Loose's Bed Clover Pill cures sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, On stinatlon, 25c per box, S boxes for $1. ' For sale by Fred Felt A Q- itt Surprise Is in store tct all who us Kemp's Bal sam for tbe throat and lungs, the great guaranteed remedy. Would yon believe that It Is sold oo Its merit and that any druggist l authorized by th proprietor of tbi woaderlul remedy to give you a sam ple bottle free T It never fall to cure acute ot chronic cough. All druggist sell Kemp's Baltam. Large bottle 50 cents ana f l. ' William Laird. William Laird, a well known drug- ?tof Springfield, Orefroo, writes aa ollows: "My stock ol Van Wert's Cough Balsam ordered from you a short time ago It ttmott exhausted and I am pleated to note the fsct that It hit giv en universal satisfaction. I have never had a single bottle returnee. The medloine Is a boon to mankind." Trial site free. E W. Adams the Leading Drngglst. Forced to Leave Home. Over SO people were forced to leave their homes yesterday to sail for a free trial package of Lane's Family Medl. clna. If your blood Is bsd, your liver aud kldneyt out of order. If yon tre eonttlpated and have headache and an unsightly complexion, don't fall to call on any drnggltt to-day for a free sample of this grand remedy Tha ladles praise it. Everyone likes it Large sit package to cents. MARVELOUS DISCOVERY Oat? O SrSM ut Mnasarv TValahai Vmmr MMfca SMI Mlaa waaSertaa earsa. Kvory eU4 aad aaslt araatlv twaetttad. 4jr t tailuiinW to Utrntyamtwrnm OlM us, 4H4S i4m4ms IFe, v at. a, H Fiona- W.W. rlJlae;llM,s,Jadai)r arnLala,Ol"h..r, Ml LW4 F" Wf . kfi. a. iisaTTt, tn rina i Ave, It Y. raoRY Froposei Amendmsnt'to the Cca- T AfX A T I OjM . AMENDMENT NO. 1. Siotios 1. Be It resolvsd by the General As sembly of the Btate of Ohio, That a proposition hall bs submitted to the electors of this Btate on Wis srst Tuesday after the Brst Monds in November, It, to amend Section 2 Bt Article XII of the Constitution of the Bute of Ohio, so thst It shall read ss follows : . . -- ABTICLB XII. - 6zc.i, The General Assembly shall provide fot tha raising ( revenue for the support of the-ststeand local kovernmsntsi but taxes ball be uniform on the same class oi anhjoota. Burying grounds, public school houses, houses used eiolnstvely for pnblle worship, Institu tions of purely public cfasrlty, public property used exclusively for any subllo purpose, and fiersonal property to sn amount sot exceeding n value two hundred dollars far each Individ ual, may, by general laws.be exempted from taxation t and the value of all property se ex empted shall, from time to ttme, t ascertained sns Dublishad. aa mav be dtroeted b lawi . Bscnosl. At such eleotlon those electors desiring to vote for such amendment msy hsve piaeea upon tneiroaiiois tna woras"iaxauon Amendment ?es " and those opposed to such amendment may have place upon thelrpal lbts ths words "Taxation AmendmentNo." . SicnoxS.. This amendment sbsll take effect ,flto.nmdt,oi.mriAMpBOWi ' , speaker of ths House of Representatives. THBO. t. DAVIS, president pro tern of ths Senate, Adopted April, use.. '' CumrsBTiTisor Amssioa.Orio, Orrios or tss BsoasTisr or dtats. T. Daniel J. Rvaa. Smretarv of Btate of the Btote of Ohio, d hereby certify that the fore going Is a true copy ol s joint resolution sdoDled bv the General Assemblv oi the btate ot Ohio, on tbsth day of April, AD. t89, token from ths original rolls died Is this efllee- ln testimony wnereoi, i nave Hereunto sun I..- -scribed mv same, and alllxedmtsnV sial elsl seal, st Columbus, the leth day of Secretary of Btate. S. F. BLACK, Contractor and Builder. Flans and estimates made. Job work of all kinds. ' Orders by mail promptly attended to. 46-ly Pratt k Herrick, mm: ibb m nw imi Free delivery to any part of the corpor ttion. Railroad street, Wellington, C. E. SUTLIFF, deaIsEH i it coaXi Anthracite. Massillon, i , -; i Jackson and Blossbnrg. Terms Cash and Prices Low. . Office on "West Liberty St.,' Telephone 48 CHRI5TIS.&BENNSTT MajioraCTCKiB or CAERUGES, WA60S8 AJiD 8LKIGHS . O BVBST PteCzUrTIOzT. ' J ' '. EKPAIHINO A 8PECIALTT. i, -it . , i - . . . . ; 4 f .rw.,ii.' . Dr. O. H. MacFarland's Great Medical Dis covery. Tbit MM do will put ChroBl) tstl let aiDMlorf RhsnLBfttUsn, WformlistxK'iiroml MtUsarltv, lifsrpalv Rirfc Hnslavht) wA all sj1tsmm of the) LItsw mk KldDsTjt. Alio will emn CsvurrK IkTOfaaaV, Mil KbcQtm. M avll 4Imvms thst ftrc caaw4 from Imparw Diona. it m od of in or niooq ui iviTer rtfne .lewkBOVD. It pOff6 tb hrVsjd, Cnfl ft B'sVllllf ferilott of tb9 liver Bd k1dDt. Heacc, It nArMtet thptke slwiifi froan tb iys)l?m. Thotj offrrlM wllh tbrM dlrsvt, tryt, bos rf tbil rrrftt vtUril 4looTf7, avod bfl cooTlicrd of lu sfiCfitc ETery fusufML Klfcvdav. irutBenl 111 Mb boi. Prtct II kvr but, r iU boict for fi Mr get ttu frfJBUlDtJ Sold salv la Wslllagtom, by Dr. J W. Heuchtoa. SbosM anr " SmIk, tbn ess trdr tlesrt fras Dr. C. H MscF.rUnil. )brll., O, Thl. t Ih. M kraud mrdlrln. SrllTerrd la Ih. elllxs. f W.lllu las lut r.bni.ir d sctstofvrs aslj keca Ml or Um bvcuir siosirUs CIDER imtAirs nnntti . PRESERVATIVE. A tboroushlr ined and whnU.nni. prepajatloo far srTMUng famMoUUoa, saabllDg oaa to bavs rich.spartluigeklrtbsyarawMB4. HsabaMoa ths mtk A sis rua, aa l ladmd by tbov aadsvbobaTsnsnlK. It Lbnroiif bJy otartflM, aad Imparts ao farrkr lasts. Put op ia box de.lira sd lor at and toll. psekacM, rKallltfat SSaM SO eta. Sold by lain m Mat by auaU oa ranlpt atprtos. INHAS SSOe, raazuucnrss, Akrss. 0V Bold byr.D.Felt. LADIES -P Teas' Owa lhrelttar, at Bavzw. TWy vtll dys Sfwythiar. Thy sraol4stwy who. PrU lOe. packags. Tbn haw asl o Btrsnv itnithtiiw ASMant v Um Plum.. 1 'lur. or aoft-fftril kasoant la PMtara in f rhir. or man-1mA mm uusjium, . E, tT AdnmsalsoF.D.Felt IfakM a Lamlv Camlralaa. T. m Xpkodid Tonw, and ira Boils, l'im Ira. Mrofula, Mrrarial and all ills llHmsm. faoM by your irassist Seflert toetdm Co., PrrttbtirgTi.Pa 3Wnr; " -fa . , - 7 I . m M a m PATENTS 1 ! 'uiwi',;,a,ltviw. Cavests.and Trade Marks obtained, and a ' Fatontbualnessoondaoted for Moderate fee i OuroffloelsopposlteU.S.PatentOmoe. W bavsnosub-agenoles.all buslnessdlrest, hen -satransaotpstentbualnessln lea time an atless cost than those remote from Wsshlnt ton. , .. --. .. --...ff - Bend msdel, drawing, or photo, with deserlp tlon. We advise If patentable or not. free a. ehsrge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured A book, "How to Obtain Patents." with rel v ereneet to aetnal clients In your Bute, county ortown.sentfree. Address C. A. 8N0W& CO., Opposite Pkteit OfflM.Wuhlnttoii.D.C. .17'.;.- -M.:. .ip,,-..., t .'? j t t'iri fivl 'T City . Is tbe best place in 'the city , U ,;etstrictly No.l Meats, and Sausage Fresji - and Salted. Meat tlwtyt clean. Attention tlwtj given. Pncestlwtytftlr. FRED ABBOTT, Successor to , WHITNEY ft ABBOTT, Carpenter Block. . Wellington, O TCe are how tutklncsasv terms and ax ' ceedlngly law prices ; alio show the Ones stock oi rjtnot tna Qrgtns la ,Uiettte Wr th Northern 6hio Agent for " ueoKernro's ' ' Flanei. p B.Dreher's w " ' r "XraaiohitBaoh , Sterling .. . -, , Wewty & Kvans it 4 Worcester and Lor lng ft Blake's rAiVADl! OBOAIT8. ITew Of gans 18.00 Write for free catalog and information B. DEEHEH i SONS, My Sapsrier St., tLfeVILAND, OHIO CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm " C3ftn theNaattlPamaeoe. Al lay Inflammatirsn. Heal tne Sorea. ' Beatores the Benses) of Taste, 8moU and Hearing. A partkUfaawtU toUvaehBMCTtl a4 IsaanaSle, PrtMOOe.mtDrassiMss'M . MiLiaYauOTUiUUMWarMatM.JiOT Toch OFPUFICCDUVERCI aV5S IlTPOPnOSPIIIlXS Almost asJPalfable) at Milk. " B alssralsMt tmm H awa he taksa. SI(Maa, a4 stalls4e by tha asaai saBsttm sliaiSt. KtM ssts plaJa U csss.1 k solarat4 1 mmt ky tha asan biaattoa w4 the il wlttt sw ayyxpfca fhlsss s aaaea aass-e eStaattsas. aUawrttak) as trtk fntiM, ' ' i tla naUly vkBt takttg K. BOOTTd ZUTTLfilON is acknowledged by PhysiMarja to be the Finest and Best prstMV rsilon In ths world tot the lalisf and oar o CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. CENERAL OEilUTY, WASTINQ DISEASES, EMACIATION, COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. Ths grtat rsststfy 'Jbr Cbntwsp&m, and Watting tn fkUifr. Sutd fry aU JMwiMm. ttlssl Boas K-i, Fane. ivii4taii SVS, InpnrUrl snd lmsdtnof Fiacvraos and KiXKra linn Uoam W nr fw; lam Mad of hon to atiKi ron roraa IM ma bm branlrn, mmki low pftcm, sot stll aa uy torn Unr aUlotii tnm AMnm Svc. A rat auu,lMralt,llfca. , . 4 , t . ' v . , t ' l' f: swUX-,.,,' imiuIgI HEAD, j. Try the Cure Js?S!S MIPS . .' i -fit. 1 v. f y f t;. . ... i ' .: e ! ... it j J .