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J. B.SMITH, Proprietor j
General News Summary.
Interesting: Homa and Foreign NewA
General VYaiiuniuker has tixed the rate ta
e paid for telegraphic dispatches by the
Jovorna-fint at one mill per ward Instead ol
ine cent jw word as heretofore. The West
:rn Union will try to have the rate changed.
W. J. RanmUls, of MeArthur, O., hut been
ippolntod an Asslntaut Attorney Ueneral
n the Department of Jvttlce. Mr. Rannells
epreson W the Kighth- Senatorial district
n the last General Assercbly of Ohio.
A naval court-martial has been ordered to
oevrno at miapolis or. July 10 for the
rial of Canui n HarrtngUm for rnnnlnn the
Jonstnlhllon npround ri"rirNoi1folU1June lit.
Assistant Koeretary Bi:soy has rendered
i decision to the effect that when a contract
s entered Into by a pensiflrcr with an at
orney and the fee specified is not In oioeas
f that allowed by law, In the evont of the
tensloner'i death before te receives, the
ertiflrste of pension the attorney can re
. 'ver the amount speclflod in his contract,
.ogardless of the amount of pension
The following were among the appoint
nenta announced by the President on the'
2th: Jesso Johnson to be attorney of the
Jnited Stotee for the Eastern district of
Sew York; Eugene Marshall to be attorney
of the United States for the Northern dis
.rictof Texas; Charles 8. Varfan tobeat
'orney of the United States for the Terrl
oryef Utah; Ellas H. Parsons to be mar
,hal of the United States for the Territory
of Utah.: , '
The export of cotton for June were
-alued at .O08,74fl, against 18,987,825 for
he sams month last year. ;
General Morfran, Commissioner of Indian
Vffalrs, Is preparing a circular notifying
he Indian agents that It Is the policy of his
(Bee that all efficient employes shall be re
alncd In service and shall not be dismissed
xcept for eause. - Political considerations
vill have no weight lu affecting the tenure
. f employes of the Indian articles.
Commodore Bchley reports that the recent
rial trip of the steel cruiser 'Baltimore was
mlncntly satiafaotory and fulfilled contract
-equireinenta. '
United States Treasurer Huston has dl-
ected that hereafter on the redemption of
.sal tender notes the "three-nabs rale"
sed la redeeming national bank notes shall
ie observed. This rule provides that where
nree-fifths of note Is presented for re-
iemptloo the full amount of the note shall
paid. If leas than three-fifths is pre-
ented the note will not be recognised nn
ess the tender can account for the mlaslng
ileces. Heretofore notes were redeemed
tccordlng to the percentage of the note pre
dated, i
The Pennsylvania Bute Board of Health
leld Its annual meeting in Johnstown on the
0th and reported the sanitary condition of
ie Conemaugh valley as excellent, and that
-here Is no danger of an epidemic. '
The Issters at the shoe factories of F. W.
& t M. Monroe and J. M. Crosby & Bros.;
.it Wolfboro, N. H., which employ several
hundred bands, have struck against a re
jent adjustment of prloes, and the stitohers
, Are expected to tolls; The firm refuse to
' recognise the Lastar't Ualen. - '
The closing session of the Christian Ea
leavor convention at Philadelphia was held
n the 11th. The registry books shows that
nearly 0,500 delegates were In attendance,
$U Louis was chosen as the place for the
next convention.
At the annual meeting of the American
Philological Association In Easton, Fa., on
the 11th, Prof. Charles R. Larriman, of
Harvard University, was elected president.
The Orand Lodge of Benevolent and Pro
tective Order of Elks adjournod at New
York City on the 11th, after seioctlng Cleve
land, O., as the place for holding the next
annual session.
On the Uth New York transferred 1250,000
and Philadelphia $500,000 to the Conemaugh
flood commission.
The new steel cruiser Baltimore returned
a Cramp's yard in Philadelphia oa the Uth
..fter a satisfactory test of both speed and
lea maneuvering. Bhe attained nineteen
mots on a development of 8,700 horse
The residence of James Meehan at West
Sew Castle, pa., was entered on the night
f the 11th by three masked men, who at
'be point of revolvers forced the family to
urn ovor their valuables and $15, all the
noncy in the bouse. There is no olue.
The New York Hun offers to contribute
10,000 towards defraying the expense of
arrylng out the proposed project of holding
n International exhibition in that el ty in
The business failures occurring through
ut the country during the seven days
nded July 1 number for the United States
Jl and for Canada 18; total of 109, against
J8 the previous week. For the same time
ut year the figures were 340.
By the recent purchase of the plant of the
'onnellsville Coke and Iron Company, the
L C. Frick Coke Company of Pittsburgh
ecomes the largest ooke producing concern
i the world, as they now own about 7,000
oka ovens and over 35,000 acres of coal
tnds. The property purchased consist of
0,000 acres of coal land sod 1,000 ovens.
The ninth annual encampment of the
'ennsylvuula division Sons of Veterans ad
mrned at Renova, Fa., on the Uth, after
electing WUkesbarr as the place far hold
tig the next encampment, whloh will be
eld between the 1st and 10th of May, 1890.
The officers of the Southern Cotton Oil
Company deny the current report that the
. -ompany has been absorbed by the cotten
'11 trust They declare that their company
s absolutely Independent and proposes to
emain so.
It will have been Just thirty years on the
JOtb of next August since the first oil well
.vss completed on Oil Creek, near Tltus
Ule, Pa. A movement la on foot to com
nemorat the event by a celebration of the
.aost elaborate character, in which all the
producers of the country will be asked to
.jartlcipate, including the Standard Oil
The grand Jury In New Tork has dlt
nissed the complaint for misdemeanor
igalnst George M. Btorrs, son of the late
imory Btorrs, of Chicago, whose wife
charged him with sending her an indecent
etter pending their divorce prooeedlngs.
'dr. Btorrs is in jail on a civil suit brought
jy bis wife.
Henry C Brown, of the New York Inde
pendent, was seriously injured at Putnam,
Conn- on the Uth by being thrown from
his carriage - As he Is sevonty-s lx years
ld, fears are entertained that he may not
survive the shook.
Susquehanna, Pa., was visited by vio
' lent wind and rain storm on the 18th, caus
ing much destruction of property. Some
, street were made lmpassiblu by the debris.
The corn fields were ruined and much dam
age was reported from the suburbs. rW-
oral land slides were reported along the
The fellowtnr changes appear in th
weekly sUtemont of the New York asso
ciated banks, issued on the 13th: Reservs
Increase, $1,612,075; loans decrease $2,515,-
BOO; specie Increase, $1,086,000; legal tenaen
Increase, $M,000; deposits decrease, $1,848,
800; circulation decrease, $19,900. The
banks held ffl,030,100 In excess of the twenty-live
per cent, rule."
A fire at Benter Junction, Pa., on the 13th
totally deatroyed Quckenhelmer ft Bros.'
distillery, causing a loss of $40,000; fully
Insured. ... - - -
At SomervUle, Mass.. on the 18th Augus
tus Rosenberg shot and killed Mrs. Cather
ine Smith, aged . forty-five, and her son
Thomas, aged fourteen. He also shot Willie
and Oussie Smith, the woman's youngest
children, but they will recover. In at
tempting to escape arrest Rosenberg struck
his head against a pile of railroad iron,
fracturing his skull and dying almost in
On the 14th Inspector Byrnes received a
cablegram from Dntoctlve Riley at Santi
ago, Chill, stating that he was Just leaving
for New York with William A. BushnelL
alias Oeorgo F. Hanson, who is being extra
dited on the charge of having embetxled
$,000 from the law firm of Butler, SUU
man ft Hubbard, while in their employ ten
years ago. '
Arrangements are 'making to form a
leather syndicate or. trust at Newark, N. J.,
where nine-tenths of all the patent leather
in the country Is manufactured.
The exports of specie from the port of
New York during the week ended July 18
amounted to $1,909,874, and the Imports to
At Boston, Mass., on the 13th Wilson B.
White, aged seventy-five year, in a tit of
jealousy ib6t hi young wife, twenty-five
years old, and then shot hlmseii aeaa. airs.
White will probably recover.
At an indignation meeting In Johnstown,
Pa., on the Uth speeches were made by
prominent cltiseaa denouncing the manage
ment of affairs under Governor Beaver's
commission. Captain Kuhn, of the com
missary department, stated that it cost more
than twenty-five per oent. of the value of
the goods to get them distributed under the
methods In vogue.
' The monument erected at the grave of
Roscoe Conkllng In Forest Hill cemetery,
Utlca, N. Y., bos been completed. It stands
on the family plot Just north of the monu
ment to Horatio Seymour. The monument
Is of Qulncy granite and is In the form of a
J. H. Bradley, who has been employed at
Palmer. Mass.. as manager of the branch
office of Tlbbetu & Co., stock broker of
Boston, has disappeared with $3,200 of hi
employers' money.
O. A. Logeman & Co's ohalr factory ra Bt
Louis wss destroyed by fire on the 10th, en
tailing a loss of $34,000; Insuranoe, $18,000.
John Sodsrberg, who accidentally shot
Mr. Beck in the leg on the morning of July
4, committed suicide in Chicago on the 10th,
shooting himself in Mrs. Beck's presence
snd with the same weapon with wkioa he
had injured her.
At Grundy. Va., on the Uth Frank Phil
Up (hot and killed William Kelser and
escaped. Phillips Is a member of the Hat-Beld-MoCoy
The grand conclave of the Patiiorchical
Ctrole, in session at Chicago, elected the
following officers: Supreme Oracle, C. H.
Loveu, Englewood; Supreme Vloe Oracle,
E. Junius Edwards, of Minneapolis; Su
preme Secretary, T. H. Glenn, of Chicago";
Supreme Treasurer, A. E. Guest, et Ottawa,
til. ; Bupreme Marshal, i. O. Stelncke, Grand
Rapids, Mich. Bupreme Standard Bearer,
J. HalL of CKtumwa, la. '
At Clay Center, Kan., on the Uth Mr.
H. B, Olney, after resoulnff her two 04-
dren from her burning house, returned to
save some btusaaold good. Bh was over-
some by the heat and was burned to deatk.
The approximate earnings of the AteU
son, TopeknBentaFe railroad, all lines,
for June, were $3,019,915 : Increase ovt
same month last year, $4,000.
In a fire at Chicago on the llth, which
damaged the Anglo-American Provision
Company' warehouse so the extent of $40,.
000, alx firemen were overcome by too
smoke. Two of them may not recover.
Boa. Edmund Rloe ex-Representative in
Congress from th St. Paul (Minn.) district,
died on th llth at his home at White Bear,
It has now been definitely ascertained
that th defalcations of L. J. Newald, th
missing Chippewa Fall (Wis.) horseman
and politician, will amount to between $30,
900 and $35,000. This doe not In clad th
amount he secured in th Milwaukee bank
by fictitious note.
Th Jail at Jacksonville, Or., caught fir
on th night of the llth, and th three pris
oners oonflned therein were suffocated be
fore asslstaaoe oould reach thrm.
During the last few day th territory
around Los Olive, Ban Luis Obispo County,
Cel., has been shaken by earthquakes. Oa
one day there were (is distinct shook. Th
peopl are becoming alarmed at the long
continued disturbances.
It 1 reported that Wiley Matthews, th
escaped Bald Enobber, on th Uth shot and
killed two men In Arkansas who were try
ing te arrest him.
H.S. Hogoboom' large (took barn at
Campbell, Mlna., was struok by lightning
0 th Uth aad burned with U.OOQ pound
of binding twin aad $5,000 worth of ma
chinery. Los $18,000.
Judge Foster, or th united states circuit
Court for the district of Eaasas, ha
rendered a decision to the effect that no
offioial of Oklahoma hae legal authority to
arrest or Imprison offender againat th law,
Inasmuch as that country Is under the Juris
diction of no courU "'
A fir broke nut in a bakery at Fresno,
Cat, on the Uth and before it could be eon
trolled destroyed half a block of brick build
log, causing a loss of $800,000 ; oslf Insured.
Three case of small-pox were discovered
In family but recently arrived at Fergus
Falla. Minn.
In th Criminal Court at Chicago on the
13th, Judge Horton overruled the motion of
John F. Beggi' attorneys that the senior
guardian of Camp SO, Clan-na-Oael be ad
mitted to ball on the oharge of oompliolty
in the conspiracy to murder Dr. Cronia.
After fifteen months' oontenUoa with
member of th Union, th employer of Ia
dlanapoll (Ind,) ston cutter, bar at last
aooedsd toUie demand for. recognition of
eight hours a a day'' work., uader the
terms of the agreement by which the strlks
is ended, non but members .of the Union
will be smployed. ...' '
Commander-in-Chief Warner, of the O.
A. R., aanoancea that h will not dlsoourag
a large attendance of oomrade at the Mil
waukee encampment, notwithstanding th
refusal of railroad to grant toe one oenv
a mil rate."
Henry Hagger was killed and four other
workmen seriously Injured on th linn by
the collapse of an old building la prooea of
demolition at Mollne, HI.
Under a decree of the United States Court
the St Louis ft Chicago railroad will be
old at master' sale in Springfield, 111.,
September next.
w. B. Walls, a well-known lawyer and
politician of Indianapolis, Ind., has been
arrested on a grand Jury Indictment for the
embeitlement of $1,300 which be bad ool
looted for au esUte of which he wa alter -
Blshon Mache. of the Roman CuthoUe di
ocese of Denver, Col., died on the 10th, aged
seventy-seven years. .
An English comnanv with a capital oi
$4,500,000 haa purchased the oxtensive plant
of the Otis Stool Company, located at Cleve
land, O. ' . ,
ihe body of Mrs. Mary J. Bwineiora, oi
St, Louis, Mo., one of the passengers on the
ill-fated express in the Johnstown disaster,
was found on the Uth in the drift above th
bridge. , The body was on of the best pre
served found for a long time, the feature
being almost perfect
The granite for the. new Congressional
library at Washington will be cut at Con
cord, N. H. It i estimated that it will re
quire 800 to 1,000 men four years to complete
Ike work.
Thomas Fulton and Miss Ault, of Glencoe,
0., were struck by a Baltimore ft Ohio
freight train while crossing the track in a
bnggy at Bellalre, O., On th Uth and iu
itantly killed. --'
CUlxena of Seattle. W. T.; through J. t.
Lewis, chairman of the' relief committee,
have issued an address to the publio in
which they return thank for sympathy
ind material aid tendered them by the peo
ple of the country since th late disastrous
fire there. The address states that the city
Is being rebuilt as fast as money and men
sandolt. .
At a picnic near St Mary', W. Va., on
the 13th Jacob Francis, a farmer, was as
saulted by George and Jame Rowland and
rhoma Cook. - Francis' friends Interfered
ind a pitched battle ensued. Francis was
killed, one of the Rowlands had bis skull
fractured and another wss shot through th
inn. The fight grew out of a family feud.
While crossing the Northwestern railway
ear Clinton, la on th luth a freight
train ran lnt i team driven By Miss May
Buckm&n; killing both horses, wrecking th
wagon and throwing the oooupant violently
lo the ground. Mrs. Fred Burkenshaw,
Ihe wife of a prosperous farmer near Low
Boor, waa injured so that h died shortly
ifter. Miss Buckmaa was badly hurt
The engagement is announced In Parts of
Miss Gwendoline Caldwell to Prince Murat,
l descendant of Marshal Murat, th dashing
Evalry officer in the time of Napoleon.
Iss Caldwell is in on sense the founder
if the Catholic University at Washington,
laving contributed $300,000 toward It
The report aubmttted by the president
lad unanimously adopted at the annual
meeting of the British Columbia Board of
hde Is prononnesd la favor of reciprocity
with the United States.; '
The French Chamber f Deputies bos
adopted a bill providing for the purchase of
telephones by the State.
Advloee from th see of the hostilities
between the Egyptian and Dervishes state
mat a foroe of KgvptUu out off elxty Der
vishes from the asala body te which they
belonged and la ta tghtwnlah foUowed all
th Dervishe thus out off were killed. Two
hundred aad fifty Dervish prisoners have
arrived at Shelf aL : :
At Liverpool on' th Uth the gam be
tween the Philadelphia cricketers and th
Liverpool team wa concluded, resulting in
an essy victory for th Americans by 158
The Grand Trunk railroad be reduced it
grain rate to a basl of twenty cent to
New England point. . - 1
A warraat for th extradition of 8. F.
Kohlmayer, who Is held in custody at
Toronto, Can., en a charge of forgery com
mitted la Pennsylvania, was Issued on the
Uth. . V ' V '
Dispatches from vbtuAis (art) of Canada
ihow that Orange day, July IS, Wss appro
priately oelelebrated without airy unpleas
ant incident
Edison's patent for Incandescent lighting
In Canada wa canceled son time ago on
th ground of failure to manufacture the
srtlele In the Dominion. The Inventor ha
riven notion of appeal from the decision on
th arouad that th Commissioner of
Pstente bad no authority to try the ease.
The Austrian steamship Caledonia, from
Singapore, U quarantined at Marseille.
Franoe, with cholera en board. Bhe bad 177
passengers and many of them are prostrated
with the diaease. Tw passengers died dr
ing th voyage. Th arrival of th Calede-
uan has caused great alarm in Marseille.
Colohil D. Howiro Bmitb, ex-Auditor
If Kentucky, died suddenly in Louisville
in the 15th of heart disease. He served
with distinction in th Confederate army.
Thi Presldont denies In the meet emphatio
terms the reported resignation of Mr.
Blaine. He characterise the rumor as stuff
ind nonsense.
On the Uth Jamos S. FarrelL the Btar-
ruooa (Fa.1 Doslmaster who eacapea w
Canada a few weeks sro to avoid punish
ment upon a charge of robbing the mall of
registered letters, wss decoyed ovor to
the American side and captured.
Oici HURDkxo military men, representing
forty-five companies of the Georgia militia,
have memorialized the Legislature, urging
the passage of a law making one year'
military service compulsory.
Ta Treasury Department baa directed
the collector of customs at New York to re
fund the duty exacted on packing cans con
taining Imported milk food, the cans being
non-dutiable ooverings under the statute,
as claimed bv the appellant
At the meeting of the National Boart of
Appraisers in New York on the 16th, graaa
cloth Imported from Madagascar was mad
dutiable at 85 per cent, brass buttons
percent, gilt buttons and metal w per oent
Glased brick were put down at 30 per oent
Taa music festival of th United Scandl
narlaa Bingers of America ended in Chicago
na Bingers oi Amencaenaea ini,nioago
the concert at the Second regiment armory,
Jobx K. Post, for many year an exten
.Ivelumrlmpoandii leading clUsea
?SSL.;7S 9Uwldto
have carried 1100,009 Insurance.
' Bt the capslilng of a sailboat In the river
near Portsmouth, O., on the 16th, William
Blckleand Phi Ulp Herbst and his six-year-old
son Frank were drowned. Vickie wa
the only eupportof hi widowed mother
and four children, and Herbst leave a wife
and several children. , .
North Bros., Charles Houston ft Bon
and W. W. Kunti ft Hon, Iron manufac
turers, at Coatesvllle, Pa., on the Uth gave
notice of mn increase of twenty-five oent
per tin to their puddler and a corre
sponding lucre Is th wages of other
Tub value of the Canadian export for
th last fiscal year wa as,Sfix,B17 si against
(S,M5,0fi7 for th prsviou year, an Increase
of worm
At Helena, Mont, a few day ago Miss
Fannie M. Vandervoort, d aughtor of Hiram
Vandervoort, of Minneapolis, wa shot and
fatally Injured while playfully attempting
to wrest el revolver from the hand of a
young sooof Colon! MoOitoheon.
Ta contest over the property of the late
Thomas Blythe was begun at Sao Francisco
oa the Uth. The. property Involved Is val
ued at at,Ow,000, and th claimant number
over 900 person. Theomost prominent of
these 1 Florence Blythe, who aver that she
1 the Illegitimate ohild of the deceased
millionaire, and Alio F. Dlokaraon. who
f claims that Blythe .reoognlted her as his
' News About Town.
It U the current report about town that
Kemp' Balsam for the throat and lung
U making some remarkable care with
people who are troubled with Coughs,
Bore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con
sumption. Any druggist will give yon a
trial bottle tree of cost. It is guaranteed
to relieve nnd cure. The large bottles are
fifty cents and one dollar.
Why embitterlile by dragging around
with lameback, diseased kidney, drops!
cal swellings, female weakness, nervous
debility .beartdiseaee andrbenmatlccom
plaints.wtaen Dr. Fenner's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so quickly cure? Rev,
A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder write:
"It gave me almost instant and entirely
permanentrelief." Superior to all known
medicines Id these diseases. For tale by
druggleifl. : : .' j . ; '. ' , , i
. The Homeliest man In Wellington a
well na the handsomest, and others are In
vited to call on any druggiat and get free
a trial bottle oi Hemp' ilaisam lor me
long and tbioat, remedy that la selling
ntirely upon it merit and I guaranteed
to relieve and cu.e all Chronic and Acute
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consum
ption. Large bottles 60 cent and f 1.
100 Ludios Wanted,
And 100 men to call on any druggist
for a free trial package of Lane's Fam
ily Medicine, the great root and herb
remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane
whila in the Bocky Mountains. For
diseases of the blood, liver and money
Itiianosltivecure. For constipation
and clearing up the complexion It doe i
wonders. : Children like lb. t Everyone
praises it. Large size package, SO cts.
At alldruggtsts.
A Grateful Clergyman.
Rev.Tho.Bichey, formerly presiding
elder of the Northern N. Y. Confer
ence, glvds this opinion or a popular
remedy : "1 have found Van Wert's
Balsam to be a wonueriuienecuve meu-
Iclne for the lungs. I have recommend
ed It to several of my friends who ar
suffering from consumption and almost
miraculous oencnia nave iouuwcu its
use. I am of the opinion that if taken
iu time it would affect a certnln cure ot
this dread disease.. I would urge all
who are sutlering wun mng ana inroni
troubles to try It. Trial size free. E.
W. Adams the leading uruggist. ..
Interested People. '
iitvariUlnir a natent medlclns tho pe
culiar way in which Kemp's Balsam, for
Coughs ana corns aoes, n is muocu
derlul. lie authorizes diuggists te
give those wbo call for It, a sample boltl
(ree, that they may try it before purcha
Ine The large bottle are 60 cent and
one dollar. We certainly would advise a
trial. It may sae you from consumption,
BlmDlv puniving and clesosing the
blood Is not sufficient. It needs enriching
also.the nervous system needs toning un
all of which is accomplished by Dr. Feve
ner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerll
Tonic. Use hi Cough Honey in a
cooghsj his Golden Relief in all pains
and stomach and bowel disorders ; hip
Kidney and Backache Cure In lame back,
dropsy and all kidney disorders i bis Oer
man Jiye-saive in sore eves, tnn.c emu
and piles; hi Capitol Bitter for appetite
and strengtn. r or aie uj ui uSK1i.
nntrmU nr Indigestion always yield
to the curative properties of Hibbard'
Rheumatic Byrup, containing, as u uiw
nature' speciflo for the stomarb. For
sale at E. W. Adams' ana u reiu
Rivvn irnn Vaixr of a Farm Seller
Cough Syrup has attained a reputation a
mostequal to Seller' Pills, and more could
hardly be said of any other medicine. The
syrup should be kept In every family
where were are cnnurcn,uu niuu uF
peopl find it a most valuable medicine
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and throat
and lung disease. The pills are sach a
standard remedy In some parts of thecoun
try that a family never thinks of doing
without them, oaio an om geuurmau iu
Eastern Maryland,"Why I haveraised my
f.milv on Sellers' Pill, and I consider
them almost a essential to a family a
bread. In the last thirty year tuey nave
saved me enough, In doctor bills, to pay
lor a farm. CinclnnatlTlmes-Star.
A Q jat Surprise
Ts In store fc all who us Kemp's Bal
Sam for the throat and lungs, the great
guaranteed remedy. Would you believe
that it Is sold on It merits snd that any
druggist I authorized by the proprietor of
this wondcrlul remedy to give you a sam
nle bottle freet It never falls to cure acute
oi chronic coughs. All druggists sell
Kemp's Balsam. Large bottles 60 cents
and $1.
m m i -aaao- -
William Laird.
William Laird, a well known drug
gist of Springfield, Oregon, write a
Follow: "Mr stock of Van Wert'
Cough Baham ordered from yon a short
time ago is simost exnausieu snu i mm
nleated to note the fact that It has giv
en universal satisfaction. Ihave never
had a single bottle returnee'. The
medicine Is a boon to mankind." Trial
size free. E W. Adams the Leading
Forced to Leave Home
Ovor AO neonle were forced 1 0
.-. . .egterday to call for a free
cine, lr your blood u Did, your uver
A LLInA iif rt ArrlftP I? Villi ftffl
ontJtlpKtei ana have headache and an
nn.Utly complexion, don't fall to
nsll on anv druggist to-dsv for a free
samnleof this grand remedy ine
Udle nralse It. Everyone like it
Large size package tO cents.
Make a Lovsly Cemplsxloni If
ly Cemplsxloni - If a
. snd suras Boill, Pimp
Splsndid touli
10, snd euras koiii, l'lrop-.
les, Scrofula, Mercurial and all Blsoditj
bisMS. Sold by ini Branist.
'Sellers Medicine Co., Pittsburgh.Pa
Onlv OenlM STSt.Bi .fBtmrrTr"tnlB,
fuat JlMks Lcaraed U ea readlat;.'
' Sllttd wnmlertne ered. ,
Br-rr eWld " 'lo,t be"l'
' PiMMKnl, WHO OpInlnM of Or. Vm. A.II.iO"
lHXtnVVw:J.fw-A MwW.rt In Mini I'"
J, HI. HiieUley, . i).,rliurof lh 'fc
JialAy. .. Rlrhnrd l'roenr, t! n;iM .
II "wlTV. VV. tor, J nAr,U Jiluh If.
. Kill A. loMUTT 1 . If ill" Ave., N. Y.
Pr;;:::l i:::lri I: fa C:i-
' ; StltltlQQ 01
Suction 1. Be it resolved by the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, That a proposition
shall be submitted to the electors of this State
on the first Tuesday after the first Monday In
November, 1HHU, to amend Bectloaiof Article
XII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio, so
that It shall read ss follows: -
6xc.2. The General Assembly shall provide
for the ralBlna of revenue for the support of
the state and local governments! but taxes
shaUke uniform on the same elassof subjects.
Burying grounds, public school houses, bouses
used exclusively for public worship, Institu
tions of purely public charity, public property
used exclusively for any publio purpose, and
fiersonal property to an amouut not exceeding
n value two hundred dollars for each Individ
ual, niay, by general laws, be exempted from
taxation; ana the value of all property so ex
empted shall, from time to time, be ascertained
and published, as may be directed by law.
BicnoM i. At such election those elector
deslrlug to vote for such amendment may have
placed upon their ballots the words Taxation
Amendment Yes " and those opposed to suoh
amendment may have placed upon their bal
lots the words "Taxation Amendment No."
Bsotiok S. This amendment shall take effect
on the first day of January, law,
- Speaker of the House of Representatives.
President Dro tern of the Senate.
Adopted April 9, 18W. . . .
UstTsn Statm or America. Ohio, 1
Orricx or ma Sxckktasv or Stats. I
I. Dsnlel J. Rvan. Secretary of State of the
State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore
going Is a true eopy of a joint resolution
adopted by ine unnerai Assembly oi ine Dime
oiuhlo.on the nth day of April. A. v. ifw
taken from the original rolls Died III this office,
n testimony wnereof. 1 have Hereunto sub
scribed my name, and atllxed my om
elal seal, at Columbus, the 16th day of
April, a. v. iww.
Secretary of State.
Contractor and Builder, -
Flans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to.: 4b-ly
Dr. C. H. MacFarland's
Great Medical Dis
covery. Ttili VrfTririp wtll cnr Chronte ind InflitmniAtorT
IthtumiUm, NeoMlKlfjj.Chrtmlr MralmisV, Uyrtpepwlil
Hlrtt Heftdarha nd ll dlM-iit of the Ltvar ana
KMnnyi, Alo will ciita Cftt-rrh, PTful, htslt
lthf urn. and all dlatwaaa that are canted from Impure
blood, ltlione of ti brut Hlood and I Aver it me
dirt known. It nnnnea the hlood, cruaUa a hralUiy
attioD of the I ivr and kldnfym Ileure, It aradlcatea
theM dltwaori from the tyiUm. Thoie luftt'iing
wun iiP'fsts oui-atea, try a ixn oi ims KTat inraicai
dttcovtry, aud 1m eonrlnrd of lu tnertia, Kvirjf
box truaranftd to give a Uf act Ion. or money re
funtft-d. Fifty day irrntment In uach boi. Fiice 91
per box, or tlx boxes fur $- Be lura you get tbe
Sold only la Wlliogton, by Dr.
W. Hougliton.
Bhoaldtny onedenlrc, therean order direct from
Dr. C. II MicKartand. Oherlln, O. This la the cel..
brated medicine delivered to thecftUenaof wellln.
tun last February and beietofore only been aol4 by
l.thoraiurhlruutMl AndwholemmfinrAnArAIInn
for arrmtuir fermvntaUoa, enabling one to have
rich, sparkling elder the 7arsround. Hsu been on
the market six jwara. and Is indorsed bv thimn.
audi who have used It. It thorough) r elarlOes. and
Impart no foreign taata. fut up lo boxes drain
ed for 89 and SO kI1. packages, reullligst 3fti.nl
60 cu. Sold hj deslera, or sent by niail on reeeliK
oi price, inmsn bhu s, rauaHujuna, Akron, o.
Bold by P. D. Felt.
Do Tonr Own I7elng, at noma.
Thrilldrsmr7thing. -Ther tnsoMeveryw
where. Frtce lOe. a packets. ThefbsTenoequal
for Htreuir ! Hnirhtneai, Amount la Peekera
or for yu... r Color, or noo-fxtlng Qoaliuea,
Tbeydon'te"' el nremnt; 40ealore Jfareele bf
E, Vf AdnmsalsoF.D.Felt
Pennsylvania Fire Ins. Go.
Irt. )
lit in. )
I5!rKAM'N Itr.l'AItT
s, aiaiiuary
It PAflll r-lj r.. nr.pn. ourriniriitirn( f in
uranraof the t?tnt' f Ohio, do hereby ceillly thnt
tha Peniivylvanla Fire Inauraiics ;. bcttMl at
Philadelphia, in the CIhU of CannsylvanU, baa
ootiitlld in all reonecta with tha laws of Ihte mmo,
lattDg to IiiHiirHnre mpa.nlMl other than LUet
ncoiiMfrated by other Htates of the Lulted rliwe-i,
and ie author I reH to transact Its appropriate tnti
Ami of FIKKlNSUKANtjkln this HtaU,lDnJuil
ejire with law, durlnf the enrrent yaar. Ihe cuti
dltloo and bnlnM of satd Company on the. ihlrif
Urstdnyof December, of the yew next prete; ! ;
the date hereof. Is ihowri by the atatenienti hi" t
otttb, reuulred by HtfctiuA 2M, lleTMtlttUtuUa jf
Uhto to e ai follows ;
Agrrf ( amount of avallaola Aaaete, 13,067, in 11
Ait rmtaU amount of llnbllltle (eacepi
capiUl). InuluUloi re'lusurauoe,.,,.. ,4tN,T" fl
Vet Assets , .Tift
Amouut of actual paid-up eHfitali..... '.
Surplus...., I,fii.; o
Amount of Inrome for f he vear In cauli, 1,147,4 41
Amount of Kxpendituree tor the year
iucasb V.. l(0W,flT4
!, i inn lit Winrm WitRaiop, I have hereunto
.... i subecrlbed my name, tuid cauMd my
HAL. I oflielal Heal to he emied, the da aul
t year firs, above wrltlen.
Hupt. of Insuraora.
J. H. B0VNT0N, Agent at Elvrla, 0.
m . s.' a.- ai n u ..... i i a -a
Caveats.and Trade Marks obtained, and a
Patentbuslnessoonoucteator Moderate tea
Our office is opposite U. 8. Patent Offloe. W .
eantransaetpatentbuslnesslaless time an
atiesseosttnantooseremote irom nasnios
Send model, drawing, or photo, with deserlp '
tton. We advise If patentable or not, free o
charge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured
A book, "How to Obtain Patents," with ret
erenoes to actual clients In your State, county
ortown.sontiree. Address
a A. SNOW & CO.,
City 1 Market,
.. - Is the best place in the city
( to get strictly No. 1 Meats ,
and Sausage Fresh .
and Salted. !':'.!:.'
Meat always clean. Attention alwsj
given. Pncesalwysfair. ' . '.
Successor to
CarpenterBlock. Wellintrton, O
We are now making easy terms and ex, . .'
ceedingly low price ; also show the fine
stock of Fianos and Organs in the Btate
We are the Northern Ohio Agents for . ?
Decker Bro'a Pfanoi ,
B.Dreher'a M
Kranioh&Bach i .
Sterling "
Kewby & Evans .
Worcester and Loring & Blake's
New Organs $8.00 per month.
Write for free catalogue and Information
J47 Superior St., CLEVELAND, OHIO
Ely's Cream Balm
CloanaestheN'BaalPasaages. AI
lays Inflammation. Heal the Sores. t
Bestores the Benaes of Taste, BmoU .
and Hearing. ,
A anbila la applied lata each swetrO aa4 .
I aarcrable. Prtee&Oa. at DraaateU a ev
saalT. KLY BHOTUKitB Wsmn HCIew Tork.
3- a.K
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
Be dligaleed Shat is east be taken,
dlge'ied, stad aeetmllated br thm sa. .
emltlve atsmask, when the plala all .
rannnt be tolerated and mf tha eoui '
binatloa mt tha ell with the hjrpapbe. :
phltas is mult more mcawlaas., -
Beatsikablt as a Itta afdacr. - -'
Fersou gtOt :Hpl4Tf taklag it .
BC0TT8EMXJL8I0KU acknowledged by
Pbvsiciaaa to be the Finest and Best prepa.
tntloa in th world for th relief and oar of
Th4 great rtmtdv for Oontumptlan, and
fx- i. . mu cu ... -ii ti - -
rr u.iuiy ui vauuren. iww py ou Jjrwfjw
Islaal Boas IKmL ;
Psraw SATi4ir
Soh, Inportere snd
snd rauica Uoau
House. We Mhr i
Terr Urfeetnd of herM
lo eilecl from, fnar.it
lee our pore Dr.efl.rs -meke
low prtem, sue
sell oa eur lenne
Leree ceteloiee fret '
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