OCR Interpretation

The enterprise. [volume] (Wellington, Ohio) 188?-1899, June 19, 1889, Image 2

Image and text provided by Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028272/1889-06-19/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 2

J. B.8MITH, ProprleUi.
it t
General News Summary.:
Interesting Kome and Foreign News.
The Acting (Secretary of War ha decided,
to give a trial to the Merriam knapsack.
This ti an Improved device on the order of,
the Swiss tourist chair. The weight of the
knapsactt, Instead of being thrown upon the
back and shoulder, as in the case of ordi
nary knapsacks, is concentrated on the hips,
rhe trials will he made during the coming
summer encampments of troops.
With a view to making the vital statis-i
tie of the Eleventh Census more compre .
hensive nud complete than they have ever
been, But ciiiitendeut Porter has issued to
the nioJic;.l profession throughout the coun
try 'Tlyniciu.'S' Ilonlstisrs" for the purpose
of obtaining more accurato returns ef
deaths than It is possible for the enumera
tors to muke. It is earnestly hoped that
physicians In every part of the country will
uo-operato with the Consus office In this lmt
portant work. The record should be kept
from Juno 1, ISM) to May 81, 1690. Physi
cians not receiving Resistors oan obtain
them by sending their names and address
to the Census oftice, and, with th Register,
as official envelope which requires no stamp
will be provided for their return to Wash
lorton. ' ' .
George B. Evans, of Massachusetts, has
been appointed division post-office Inspector,
wiU) headquarters at Boston, at salary of
Exports from the United States pf the
principal articles of provisions during May
past aggregated la value t8,22S,txn, against
rT,lfl6,:i7 In May, 1HS8. '
The Treasury Department ba directed
the collector of customs at New Yerk to re
adjust the assessment of the forty-five per
cant ad valorem on. painted glass window,
and to assess It as a painting at thirty per
The Comptroller of the Currency has de
clared a aocoiid dividend of ten per cent In
favor of the creditors of the Fidelity Na
tional Bank of Cincinnati, making In all
thirty-live per cent, on claims proved
amounting to 13,888,290. The bank failed
June SO.ltM.
Proposals have been Invited by the Navy
Department for the construction of tws
steel cruisers of 8,000 tons displacement tut'
Jer the authority conveyed by theapproprt
tlon act of Boptember last. The contractor
la required to guarantee a minimum speed
of nineteen knots for four consecutive
hours, and there Is a bonus provided of G0,
000 for every additional quarter knot and a
deduction of the same amount for each
quarter knot deficiency. The vessels are to
W eompletod within two years, and their
cost, exclusive of the speed bonus, is not to
exceed si.euu.uuu caco.
Commissioner of Pensions Tanner has ap
pointed his daughter, Miss Ada Taaner, W
be his confidential secretary In place of Mr,
Qeore-e B. Buuire. of Brooklva. reslnad.
iejss Tanner is a graduate of the Packer Ia-
ssltuta, in Brooklyn, N. Y., and is tbe young.
st daughter of the Commissioner.
The tactical board of the army baa
finished its revision of the official tactics,
and will soon have revised copies prepared
and distributed among the National Guard
of the country.-. .
Consuls General appointed by the Presi
dent on the loth : W. O. Fry, of Maine, at
Dslltu ; Joseph A. Leonard, of Minnesota,
at Shanghai; Xaohary .T. 8weeay, of In
diana, at Constantiaople; Oliver U. Docx
ery, of North Carolina, at Rio Janeiro; Oli
ver H. Simons, ot Colorado, at Bt Peters
burg; Oeorge W. Roosevelt, of Pennsyl
vania, at Brussels; Levi Browne, of Ohio,
At Glasgow. '
The Comptroller of the Currency has re
calved a telegram from the cashier of the
Puget Bound National Bank at Beattle, W.
T., tutlng that the loss to the banks by the
recent fire was nominal, all th vaults
standing the test welL The banks are now
lolag business in temporary quarters.
Tbe Treasury Department ha decided
that caps of tissue paper which are exploded
by pulling the ends of the wrapper on which
they are enclosed are dutiable at fifteen per
cent ad valorem as manufactures of paper.
They have heretofore been classed as toys.
At Coleman Station, Pa., on tbe 18th a
large tank of benxine at the Bear Creek re
finery caught lire from some unknown cause
and exploded. Charles A. Jack was In
stantly killed, and Superintendent John
Xlrkpat rick fatally burned. M ike Pearsoll,
Ralph Simon and Charles Dunn were also
terribly burned, but will probably recover.
Alex. C. Lawton, late postmaster at Green
field Center, N. Y., whose term expired In
April, has been arrested on a charge of
robbing the mails during his possession of
the office. Lawlon Is seventy years old. -
Governor Hill has denied the application
of Govornor Fifer, of Illinois, for tbe sur
render of John J. Maroney and Charles Mo
Denald, recently arrested in New York City,
charged with the murder of Dr. Cronln. The
Governor denied the application, without
prejudice to a removal of the same, simply
upon the ground that the application was
not accompanied by air Indictment and that
no proof whatever was presented showing
.hat the accused are guilty of the crime
against them.
Frsai J. Castner's brewery output of
TO.tOO barrels a year at Newark, N. J-, was
sold to a syndicate on the Uth for $H00,000.
Tbe Standard sugar refinery of Boston,
Mass., kas effected what Is believed to bo
the largest purchase of sugar ever made,
having secured 26,0UO ton in Cuba at five
cents, calling for some J,Wi0,0U0.
William Bvmple, millionaire dry good
merchant of Allegheny City, Pa., and prom
inently Identified with various railroad In
terests in Pennsylvania, died on the 14th.
Tbe directors of the American Bell Tele
nhone Company on the tilth declared a regu
lar quarterly dividend of IS per share and
an extra dividend of mper share. Both are
payable July IS.
The directors' of the Western Union Tele
graph Company on the 13th declared the
regular nuarterly dividend of lW percent
It Is payable July 15, to stockholders of
record June 30.
The Connecticut Senate bas sustained the
(lovernnr's veto of the Secret Ballot DUL
Governor Kill, of New York, has vetoed
the Compulsory Education bill on the
ground that It contains sweeping and un
guarded provisions onensive in uieir inva
sion of th liberty of th cltiien and Intor-
feres ce with tho control of parent over
their children.
Colombia College. In New York City, on
the IHth turned out 170 doctor, graduate
of her med leul college. ,
W. E. Chandler we on the 18th made the
Reonbllcnn caucus 'nominee for United
States Senator from New Hampshire.
Tha Koch cuter (Pa.) pottery work were
burned on the 11th, entailing los of $26,'
000: half Insured.
TbEast Plttton (Me.) Imitator of Dr.
Tanner, named Wilson Ooodspeea, wno ds
sated tbirtf -nlne dnys, died on the 14th.
Business failures occurring throughout j
the country during the seven days ended
June 15 number for the United Htatos 226
and for Canada 24, or s total of 250; as com
pared with a total of 225 the previous week,
and 233 for tho corresponding week of Inst '
year. li i
On the bight of the Uth a fire broke out
In a tenement house on Norfolk jrtreet, New
Ydtkntalnlntf .twenty-two families. All
the Inmates esoaiiod without serious Injury
except an old lady named Kirsbaum and her
two-year-old granddaughter, who were
burned to death. - - -
Rev. William N. Scholl, D. D., of Canalo-
harle, N. Y., said to be the oldest English
Lutheran olergymun In this country, died
on the 14th, aged eighty -nine years. It is
mentioned as a singular fact that his first
call to preach was at Johnstown, Pa., and a
few days after the destruction of that piuce
by the flood he was stricken with paralysis,
which caused his death. . -
James H. Graham, tho colored bootblack
who stabbed and killed bartender John
Moeller, of Brooklyn, N. Y., about three
months ago, has been sentenced to hard
labor for life at Sing Sing prison,
The Rochester (N. Y.) grand Jury, which
ha boon investigating Dr. Bowers' action
In concealing tho manner of Taylor Loomo'i
death at the insane asylum from the author
ities, reported On the 15th that thoy could
find nothing criminal In the doctors action
in connection with the matter.
The United States man-of-war Kearsage
ailed from the Brooklyn navy yard on the
16th for Port au Prince, Hayti:
The exports of specie from th port of
New York during the week ended June 15
amounted to 14,075,4113, nearly all of which
went to Franco. Import of specie for th
week amounted to SH.&Vi.
skiff containing two young couples oan-
ized in the Uhio river near Pittsburgh on
tho 16th, from the swell of a passing
steamor. Lizzie Cortes, agod seventeen
years, was drowned but the others were.
At the election held by the Odd Follows
of the Atlantic and Now England Stotes at
Philadelphia on the 15th, Oonoral James G.
Woodward, of Albany, N. Y., the Grand
Commander of the order In New York, was
elected Major General commanding tbe di
vision of tbe Atlantic.
' Tbe handsome granite and brome memo
rial erected at the grave of the late Presi
dent Chester A. Arthur In the cemetery at
Albany, N. Y., by some of bis personal ad
mirers, was unveiled on the 15th. There
were no formal exercise.
The weekly statement of the New York
associated banks, issued on the Uth, shows
the following changes: Reserve decrease,
1453,950; loans Increase, $3t334,4O0; sped
decrease, tl.SM.tXW; legal tenders increase,
$1,408,900; deposits increase, ,5l)9,800; cir
culation decrease, $37,900. The banks held
$10,003,325 In excess of the twenty-five per
cent nil.
Captain L. Howard DasseL who con-
ducted a large subscription book business
la Boston, Mass., has disappeared leaving a
large number of creditors, and several war
rants aro out for his arrest He was promi
nently connected with V. Appleton & Co. In
his subscription business.
1 Detectives are scouring the Pennsylvania
ooal regions for James Ferry, a Clan-na-
Gael man who first warned Dr. Cronln of
his impending fate. . Ferry is a book agent
' A severe hailstorm In the v'llnlty of
Martinsburg, W. va., on tbe lfith caused
great destruction of growing whest on sur
rounding farms.
, A castor ell trust I said to be forming In
the West with a capital of $300,000. There
are but seven regular mill In the country,
all but one of which are In th West
i The directors of the Missouri Pacific rail
road have declared tho regular quarterly
dividend of one per oent, payable July Is.
; Levy J&athbua, once prominent In tho
anti-slavery movement in Ohio, died re
cently at Farmer City, 111. He was born in
It I said that an English syndicate bas
mad an offer to buy the Elgin (111.) watch
factory for about $10,000,000.
Judge McLaln, president of the Savannah
(Mo.) savings bank which failed recently,
was arrested on tho 14th for receiving de
posit knowing that the bank was insolvent
George and Charles Sherwood, aged re
spectively fourteen and seventeen years,
sons of a conductor on the Northwestern
railway, were drowned on th 14th wbll
bathing In the Calumet river near Chicago.
The co&fereace committee ot the two
houses of the Ltichlgan Legislature on the
liquor question have agreed to fix tbe retail
tax on beer and whisky at $550 and the
brewers' tax at $050, and compel druggist
to obtain permit to sell liquor and make
quarterly report of their tale.
During a melee at country store near
Austin, Tex., on the 14th, four whit men
and two negroe were killed and several
others seriously shot The causa of th
troubl was an attempt by a negro consta
ble to arrest a white man charged with
horse stealing. The white man resisted ar
rest and a general fight ensued with th
above result
At the recent stock sole in Winona, Minn.,
Captain Kldd, the well known Kentucky
horseman, sold eighty blooded horses ior a
total of $48,000. Empire Wilkes, tho trot
ting stallion', was sold to Kentucky parties
for$8;000. Most of th purchase went to
The trial of Corneliu K. Means, tbe col.
ored man who recently shot and killed Al
fred Prioloan In Fairtlold County, B. C, for
the betrayal of his daughter, resulted on
the 14th In a verdict of acquittal on the
grounds of Justifiable homicide. The jury
were out only five minutes.
Tbe recent suicide of Patrick A. Ward,
leador of tbe Clan-iaa-Gael In Indianapolis,
Ind., created a sensation. His intimate
friends say that Ward bad been low-spirited
ever since the murder of Dr. Cronln. He
had been promised an appointment by In
fiuential Republicans for services rendered
la th campaign, but seemed to tblnk his
prominence in the Clan-na-Gael would pre
vent th lulDllmcnt or we promises.
W. B. . Richardson, a prominent real
tot dealer of Cedar Rapids, la., hat been
arrested en the charge of committing vari
ous forgeries. '
John G. Jennings, treasurer of the Lamp-
son at Sessions Company, bolt and hut
manufacturers of Cleveland, O., was
robbed of $3,900 on a street oar In that city
on the 16th. Jennings bad Just drawn th
money, which was mostly In coin, from th
bank and was taking It to th work to pay
off the employe. He carelessly placed the
bag containing tbe money under tbe seat of
th car, and upon reaching hi destination
found that It had disappeared.
Mrs. Elizabeth .Tyler, agod twenty-five
Tears, and her baby, Benjamin Harrison
Tyler, were burned to doath on tho 10th by
tho explosion of a coal oil lamp at their
horn la Ravnersvillo, Anne . Arundel
County, Md.
Harriet B. Balk man, Oertrude Alexander
and Adelia Morris hav filed suit to recover
possession of 840 acre of land in the city of
Annlston, Ala. The property Is Valued at
$1,000,000. Tho plaintiff allege unlawful
DOssesslon. -
Corporal Adlur Uutchlnga and Prlvato
Paul Marnuant, of I troop, Thirl cavalry,
while returning from a ball at Santa Marls
Tex., a few days ago, bad a nunrrol, result
ing in Hutculug st'jotii j companion
fatally, after which be blew Ms own brains
General W. T. Withers, the noted uors
brsder, aged sixty-four years, died ot Lex
ington, Ky., on the Kith, from the effects of
wound received trone storminj s ion
urlnjl the Mexican war. . ' '
L. A. Bariiett, of Concordia. Kan., heavy
dealer in agricultural Implements, bo failed
for$40,000. -'
A cyclone struck the town of Ligonior,
Ind., on the Kith, destroying a nnmber ta
dwellings and hundred of shad tree,
fences, etc. Loss will be hoiivy. .
Father Patrick J. Donohue, one or, ta
oldest priests in Amorica, died at Milwatt
kee, Wis., on the 10th. He was born in 1810
In Dublin, Ireland, and ordained In Phila
delphia In 1S37. . - - -
John Cooper of Milford. O.. died on tne
15th of a pistol shot wound received from
Thomas Frcy, while he was assisting tho
town marshal of Milford In 'arresting Frer
for disturbing the peace. Frey was Jailed,
and It was only by strenuous exertions that
a mob was proventod from taking him out
and lynching him.
Frank L. W oodruff, late assistant post
master of Lawrence, -Kan., has been ar
rested on the charge of embezzling between
$5,000 and W,000 from the money deposit de
partment of that office. He was placed
under $1,000 bond.
Tbe United States grand Jury at Memphis,
whlohhas been investigating the manner
in which the elections in the Tenth Tennes
see Congressional district havo been con
ducted during the past four years, suomrtr
ted It report to tho court on th 15th. In.-
dlotment were returned against nearly all
the Judges and clerks, some 300 In number,
ef tho last election in that district
Ti'om Toulouso, France, comes the report
of a shocking tragedy. A laborer named
Boquet, who was employed by a farmer
named Bcrrls, In revenge for being dis
missed killed Serris, his wife and daughter
and two other persons living on the lam.
Tbe governments of.Bussia, Germany ana
Austria have sent an Identical note to th
Swiss government asking the latter to deal
In a more severe manner with Anarchist
and Socialists.
Nlcaraguan advices couflrm the news that
Mr. Pell has sold his line of steamers to the
Nicaragua Canal Company for $400,000, and
that Mr. Hall, ex-United States Minister to
Central America, will be the, agent of the
in tern rise,
The North German Lloyd steamer Trave,
from Bremen to Now York, ran down and
lank the Russian schooner Dsvld in the
North Sea on tbe 18th. The Trave rescued
the schooner's orow and landed them at
Th Canada Powder Company's works, at
Brockvlllo, Gut. wer destroyed by aa ox
plosion on the 14th.- There was no loss of
life. The works consisted of on heavy
tone building and three frame structures,
sot a vestige of which remains. Loss about
15.000. .
James Btubbs, hesd of the great salt firm
jf Btubbs & Co., probably tbe largest dealer
in England, died suddenly at New York on
die 15th.
The roof of the Morced market in th City
it Mexico fell in on the 14th, burying nearly
forty persons. Twelve wer killed outright,
ind nearly all th other mora or less in.
McGrath, tbe engineer, Parkinson, fire-
man, Moorehead, guard, and Elliott, trafflo
naaager s ciora, employe or tne Dunoay-
school excursion train wrecked recently
ear Armagh, Ireland, wer arraigned in
court at that city on the 16th, charged with
felonious killing. Parkinson was dis
charged, and the others placed under bond
tor trial .
' Hans Blschoff, tb celoblmH pianist, died
st Hieder Bchoeuhausen, Germany, on th
15th, agod thirty-eight year. .
' Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovitob and
Princes Alexandra of Greece were mar
ried at the winter palace in BL Petersburg
on the 15th. The whole city was In high
holiday and was splendidly decorated, and
In the evening was brilliantly Illuminated.
Tbe ceremony was followed by a tat
dinner and ball, after which the newly
wedded couple wore escorted to their resi
dence on Nova Quay by a torchlight pro-
oestlon, the Whole imperial lamuy aocom-
Mnylng them. . '
Tn International Typographical Union
adjourned at Denver, Col., on the 17th to
meet In Atlanta, (ia., next year.
A r.irTCH frm Ban Francisco aayt that
a.w.nh-rthdfor the pro
posed cable between that city and Honolula
and that the work of laying the cable will
be commenced within eighteen montns.
Tni Issue of standard sliver dollar from
the mint during th week ended June IS
was KHL,&)5. The issue daring the corres
ponding period of last year wa 36i,ra.
ponding period ot lost , v
the shipment of I . ln0
tb.l.tlnsUamonntedtofJUT.OSS. ..
At the annual pionlo of the Pittsburgh
Bar Association on the 17th a resolution was
adopted donating 1,G00 to the erection of a
library building and the purchase of a law
library for the attorneys oi Jonnstowa.
They will call on every bar association in
tbe State to take similar action,
Mrs. CniHLCs Clsavbs sod Edlna Cole, a
young woman ot sixteen, were drowned at
HDrimrflold. Mc. on tho 17th while bathing.
Mrs. Cleave loavo four children ana a
husband In the West. The bodies were re
Oxonoi HiLLiBH. for many years cus
todian of the custom house building at New
York City, died on the 17th, agod seventy
six. He was formerly a page on the ttoor of
the United State Senate and was appointed
to the custom house at the reuuest of Daniel
Webster in 1844.
Bckkeb Hill day was celebrated with
milltarv and civil Dorados at Boston, Haas,
on the 17th. Tablet bearing tin name of
those known to have fallen In the battle
ere nnvoiled.
Wbilb swtmmlnat In the Vermillion
river at Danrille, I1L, on the lTth Robert
Conrtnov. need, fifteen, and another lad
whose nnmo hii not boon ascertained
Tua lnmlulon government ho iu traded
onminnndcnt of Canadian cruiser not to
overlook am' Infraction of ibe fishery rogn
lstlons, but to seize any vessel found guilty
of violating the law when the evldeno wfll
warrant such a ston.
In th Supreme Court atNew York on the
17th Judge Andrew dischargee, jsarwey
and McDonald. euSDeeUd of complicity In
the Cronln murder, on.th ground that ther
wa no evidence on which to hold warn.
Om the 17th an explosion of gm In th
Nottingham mine of the Leblgh ft Wilkov
barre Coal Comnany at Plymouth, Pa., so
terribly Injured four Polish miners that It
la thought thoy can net recover. . The
accident was caused by the ignorance oi
the men, who went Into a chamber filled
With go without first testing the sir,
William H. Hitiv, a carpet salesman at
Cincinnati, was arrested on tbe l7in-ta a
charge of having enibeitled $12,000 of the
estate of minors of whom he was guardian
several years ago.
A MiDfoiN peddler named E. I Pratt
wa found dead near Rax bury, Pa., on th
17th with a bullet hole in hi bead and a
nlstol by hi lde. Whothor murder or
suicide I unknown. : '
News About Town.
It ia tbe current renort about town that
Kemp's Balaam for the throat and lungs
U making some remarkable cures with
people -who re troubled with Coughs,
Bore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con
sumption.1 Any druggist will give you a
trial bottle Iree of cost. It is guaranteed
to relieve nnd cure. The large bottles are
imy cents ana one aouar.
Wbyembltterllie bv dragelnff around
With lame back . diseased kidneva droDsl
calawellingg. female weakness, nervous
ueuimy.neariaiseage andrbeumaticcom.
plaints, when Dr. Fenner's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so aulckl venre ? Rev.
A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder writes:
"It gav me almost instant and entirely
permanentrelief." Superior to all known
medicinesln thesediseasei. For sale bv
Tbe Homeliest man in Wellington as
well as tbe handsomest, and others are In
vited to call on any druggist and get free
a trial ixmie oi &.emp'i liaisam lor tbe
lungs and tbioat, a remedy that is selling
entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed
to relieve and cu.e all Chronic and Acute
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consum
ption. Large bottle 00 cents and f 1.
100 Ladies Wanted.
And UK) men to call on anv dm re 1st
ror arree trial package or Lane' fam
ily Medicine, the irreat root and horb
remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane
while in tne Kooky Mountains. For
diseases of the blood, liver and kidneys
It ij a positive cure. For constipation
and clearing up the complexion I (does
wonders. Children like it. everyone
praises It. Large size package, SO cts.
At all druggists.
A Grateful Clergyman. '
Rev. Thos. Rlcliey. formerly presiding
elder of the Northern N. Y. Confer
ence, glvds this opinion of a popular
remedy : "1 have round van Wort's
Jlalsam to be a wonderfuleffectlve med
icine for the lungs. I bave recommend
ed it to several of my friends who ar
suffering from consumption and almost
miraculous benefits have followed its
nse. I am of the opinion that If taken
m time It would affect certain cure ot
this dread disease. I would urge all
who are suflerlng with lung and throat
troubles to try It. Trial size free. .
W. Adams the Leading Druggist.
Interested People.
Advertisings patent medlulns the pe
culiar way in which Kemp's Balsam, for
uougns ana uuius aoes, it is indeed wono
derlul. He authorize diugglsts to
give those wbo call for it, a sample bottl
tre, that they may try it before purchas
ing. The large bottles are 60 cents and
one dollar. We certainly would advise a
trial. It may save you from consumption
Bimply puruving and cleansing the
blood is not sufficient. It needs enriching
also, the nervous system needs toning un
til of which is accomplished by Dr. Feve
ncrs Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerll
Tonic. Use his Cough Honey Id as
oongns; nisuoinen itellef
in all nains
and stomach and bowel disorders: hlD
Kidney and Backache Cure in lame back,
arupsy aau an aianey aisoraeri;nls Uer
man Eye-Salve in sore eyes, cracked skin
and piles; bis Capitol Bitters for appetite
ana sircngtu. r or saie oy druggists
Dyspepsia or Indigestion alwsvs vield
to the curative properties ef Ilibbard's
Rheumatic Syrup, containing, as It doe
nature's specino tor tne stomach. For
fate at . W. Adams' and F D Felt.
Bavkd tbx Value or a Fabm Sellers
Cough Syrup has attained a reputation al
most equal to 8el lers' Pll Is, and more could
bardly be said of any other medicine. Tbe
syrup sbould be kent In every family
where there are' children, and grown up
people And It a most valuable medicine
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and throat
and lung diseases. The nllls am oeh a
standard remedy in some parte of thecoun-
irytnaia lamuy never thinks of doing
'Ithout them. Said an old venllnman In
Esslern Maryland, "Why I haversised my
family on Sellers' Pills, and I consider
them almost as essential to a family as
bread. In the last thirty veaisthev lis
i u i j . ....
?" " ' . to pay
ior a arui.-vincinnati iimcs otar.
A O' jat Surprise ,,
Is in store la all wbo use Kemn'sBal
sam for , tbe throat and lungs, tbe great
guaranteed remedy . . would yon believe
that it is sold on Its merits and that anv
druggist Is authorized by the proprietor of
,hll woderiul r(.medy -
pie bottle free 1 It never fall, to curi "ute
, cbrODo h A, dr..igU
Keren's Balsam, Large bottles 60 cents
anu f i. -
William Laird. ,
William Laird, a well known drag
?;lstof Springfield, Oregon, writes as
ollows: "My stock of Van Wert's
Cough Balsam ordered from yon a short
time sgo it simost exhausted and I am
pleased to note the fact that It lias giv
en universal satisfaction. I have never
had a single bottle returnee. The
medicine Is a boon to mankind." Trial
size free. E W. Adams the Leading:
' Foroed to Leave Home,
Over SO people were forced t o luave
their borne yesterday to call for a free
trial package or Lane's Family Meai
cine. If your blood Is bid, your liver
aud kidneys out of order, If you are
constipated and have headache and an
unsightly complexion, don't rail to
call on any druggist to-day for a free
sample of this grand remedy The
Ndlea praise it. Everyone liket It,
Large size package CO cents.
0Iy Oenala Bjfm f MTT Tralala.
, iam SMkt Lsmraed la r ding. ,
SI 14 u4trli cam. -very
eklU aa arf.U araallr baUed
Um lattMoinnf la OorraipiadMM UUnw.
rrraniMtaa, aiih optniooa of Or. tvm. A. Ilam
p4, Ui wnrlil.hni'jd HiMelsllailn Mind Ulnu
tanlnl Jrexileaf TbniiiDnoa, tlit P.roliol.
atiM. J. Bi. Uiicklrr, xlltorol tn vnnu m
A ,trixiat'.SLT.. Klrharil Prariar, swu,l
Ilan. W. W. Alr, JiMln uiiiMin,
I. .. . W ..ri.-'K'L- it'lf VIAL la. .W.
To tri EDiTonrieas Inform your read.
era that I hav a positive remedy for the abov
named disease. Ily It timely use thousands of
hopeless cases bar been permanently cured.
I shall be glad to send two bottles of my reme
dv s-brb to anv of your readers who hav con
sumption If they will sendms their express
an post office address. Kespectluliy,
T. A. SLOCUM. M.C.. 1B1 v .,Nwyork
188 9-
Proposed h::t t3 Its b-
Sictioii I. Be It resolved by the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, That a proposition
hall be submitted to the electors of this State
en the first Tuesday after the first Monday in
November, 1HM9, to amend Section 2 of Article
XII of tbe Constitution of the State of Ohio, so
that it shall read ss follows:
Bsc. 2. The General Assembly shall provide
tat tJi rauiim nt revenue for the support of
the state and local governments) but taxes
shall be uniform on the sam class of subjects.
Burying grounds, public school bouses, house
used exclusively for publio worship, Institu
tions of purely public charity, puono property
used exclusively for any publio purpose, and
rieraonal property loan amount uoieiuin
n value two hundred dollars for each Individ
ual, may, by general laws, De exempwa irom
tmut.inn: unit thn vaitifl of all Dronert so ex
empted shall, from time to time, b ascertained
and published. a may be directed by law.
Section 2. At such election those electors
desiring to vote for such araendmeutmay have
placed upon tbelr ballots the words "Taxation
AmAnrinunt Vh " And those ODDOSed U SUCh
amendment may have plaeed upon hlr bal
lots the words 'Taxation Amendment No."
Skction 8. This amendment sbsll take effect
on the flrst day of January, lroi. .,
Speaker of tbe House of Representatives.
President pro tern of the Senate.
Adopted April , lt.
UxiTinSTATssor Auxrica. Ohio,
OFfioaor TusBaoasTiBTorSriTS.;
I, Daniel J. Ryan, Seoretary of Bute of the
Ptate of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore
going Is a true copy of a joint resolution
adopted by the General Assembly of (be State
of Ohio, on tbeMh day of April. A. v. iww
taken from the original rolls Hied in this office;
1u tAatlmnnv whertuif. I have hereunto sub
scribed nif name, and affixed my offl
sxal cial seal, at Col tiiubus, the Kith day of
Secretary of State
Contractor and Builder,
Flans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended "to. 46-ly
Pratt "& Herrick,
' Free delivery to any part of the corpor
atton. Railroad street, Wellington, O.
Anthracite, MassilloD,
Jackson and Blossburg.
Terms Cash and Frices Low.
Office on Wesl Liberty St., Telephone 48
suitor aCTurcm or
or xtbkt mtscBirnox.
Dr. O. H. MacFarland's
Great Medical Dis
covery. Thl Mpil:eliie will rnrs Ctimnte snd Inflsmmstory
RtieuaiMlam. Neorlslo.Cbronl- kUlnrlt, Uv.prp.la,
Kirk lleulw-hs and all dlMMei of tlis Llur snd
r;ldn.rt. Alw will cre C.urrh. S.rofiil. lt
thmini, snd all dlw.m thst sr. mow from Impur
blind. 111. on. ofth. Iw.t Blood and Liver rrma
dir. known. It purBrs tin Mood, eraatrl s h'.lthT
,in n ih llvr and klrinrn. Hanr.. It ernitlf-atra
tliex dlaiMc. Irom the ytm. Tns tugrrlai
Willi thru dlMMM, try wn oi vnn Krr mwnrw
dlMovrrr, uid h. oonflncrd of lu merlu. Uimj
lii (utrsnlm-d to fir. Mllineuo. or momj re-
tnnAlL VlflvdBvalrv.ltnrnt In Mch DOS. FrlCS t
prr hoi, or ill boxes for S Be sara yo get the
Sold only U Wellington, ky Dr. J.
W. Houghton.
Shoald sny one dr.lre. the r can order dtraet from
Dr. C. 11 MscK.rluid. Ohrrlln, O, This Is Ihs mis
bratrd mrdlrln. drllvrrrd to tlicltlum of wrllllu.
tua iMt r.lmi.ry and heietufors only bees sold by
the Doctor stOlMtrlln
Athoroiif hhr tmlad and wboleaome preparation
yr arresUnx farmantalioa. anabllnc one to have
rlob,sparlUinccklertbeyaararound. Has beanos
th market six ymes, and Is Indorsed by thoua
aod. who have uaed It. It thoroughly olarthea. and
Iniparte no forlso taata. Put up la boxes deelan
ed lor 8S and M-xall. paoka-e, raUillux at Wand
60 ot. Bold by dealers, or ami by null oa raceljit
Ofprioe, INHAN SRO1, raaUaotsM, Akr, 0.
Bold by F. D. Felt. ' '
Ia Your Own Drain-, at Hem.
They will dy everytlilnff. Thy .resold every.
Where. Price IOC. a peeka
loe. apeoaax. inTBavwnow,uw
for Htr.nif.li, llnehtneai, Aavran
nt itt
i Peekeewe
or fat P.etntw of Color, or aan-farllue QualUies.
They do a "remnt: eoewora. for sale f
E, W Adnmssl.oF.D.Felt.
' M.Vm a Tiiv.lr Comnl.ilon. Il a1
fhplendKt Ton to, and euros Hollf, flmn-J
Beroiula, Mercurial ana an cieoaya
lUiseates. Bold by roar Wroxtiit.
fSeflert Medicine Co., Pittsburgh's)
Caveats, and Trade Msrki obtained, and a
Pstentbuslnessoonducted for Moderate fee ,
Our office Is opposite U. S. Patent Oflioe. W
havenosub-agenclea.all basl nessdlrect, hen 0
eantransactpatentbuslnessln less time sn
auesioosi man loose remote irom Warning
Mend model, drawing, or pnoto. with deserlp
tion. We advise If patentable or not. free c
charge. Onr fee not due till patent is secured
A book, "How to Obtain Patents," with ret ,
erenees to actual clients in your State, county
onowu,Beniiree. Aouress
C A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent Offloe. Washington, D. C.
City Market
Is the best place in the city ,
to getstrictlyNo.l Meats,
and Sausage Fresh
and Salted. V ;
Meat always clean. Attention slwaj
given. Pncesalwaysfalr. . r
: Successor to ' .
CarpenterBlock, . Wellincton. O
W are now making easy terms and x
ceedlngly lew prices t also show tbe fine
stock of Pianos and Organi In the 'Stat
W are the Northern Ohio Agents for
1 Decker Bro'i s Pianos.
Kranich &Baoh ' 7 '
Sterling', "'
Newby & Irani "
Worcester and Lorlnr &Blaka I
New Organs J8.00 per month.
Write for free catalogaa and Information
$47 Superior St., . . CLKVKLAND. OHIO
a. -
Llrl Dl"' r
. i -m ,
Ely's CrcamBalm
CloejiiieithelTsaalPBasftiroa. Al
lays Inflammation. Heals tne Sores,
Seatores tbe Senses ot Taste, Small j
ana ueanng.
A partlet I aaplla lata earh aowrrll aad1
m acreoahle. PrtaaCOo. at thraadata ar b
lata ar ay
aiaai. jUii umianwM wi
tiLJiou Tork,
Almost as Palatable as PA
So atltareilsael h -tt Va
Ala-Mfad. aekd aaetaallatad br the
eanattlve stomach. wk tb plain
raanat be tolerataalr and) tr the
biuattna) or trie all wllk th bypupj
phltae Is mack mat amcsctati. .
Reaurkskle u s talk pndacer.
. Fermi gala rapUly will UUnf IU
BCOTT8 EMULSION ia acknowledge! .
ItiTsiolaas to be th Fint and Beet pr'
ration in th world (or th relief and enrj
' ik ortei rtmuv fur Oantmvttan.
Vnutiinj in CaiUrra, Svld b ail Vrngv,
Iilaad Dmi S
Vara.. AVAuaAl
ai)-, laiportare i 1
Braedanor Peaua j
and Irasnr-u t:
MoiNaa. We oft
erjr larfrMnd ef I
to Mla:f rrnm. .u '
UULU lit
' a - mm-.
-awfv aVww iiiiiim ijbj
v 1 ' 1 1
ta. our boraie tiru.
Make lew prloM, a f
e.11 oa eaaf tern
Lerye catal(rne rt
Addrwa HavimA k T
Bum. Heuell, MU.U.
ft i ill
Us ' ,

xml | txt