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THF ENTERPRISE 'WEDNESL-AY, JULY 17, 1869.
GOVERNMENT AID Requested by tho Board of Trada Of Johnstown, Pa, In Order That the Streams in the " Conemanyh Valley May be -" . Cleared of Debris. Sufferers Divided Into FIt Claeaee for the Distribution of Cub-Sensational Btory Clraalatcd, Jorxbtowx, fa., July IS. A plan was submitted Monday to bring the matter of consolidation of the different boroughs with Johnstown before the rotors at the next general election. The board of trade passed resolutions urging that steps be taken to bring the matter of clearing up the streams to the attention of the Government andurg-; lag an appropriation for the purpose. ' -As . now arranged the sufferers are put in five I classes and are paid respectively 1600, atOO, tiOO, 1125 and aso each.- If then are fund enough for another distribution the same basis will be used. -, ' w Aerank named Angerstoln,-of Washing ton, addressed a orowd at an outdoor meet ing last night on a plan of action to be form ulated to deal fairly1 with the people butdld Botk3aclohthalrftfevanoes to any aitttnt. A sensational statement waa made yes terday morning by a gentleman who said that the direr who had examined the foun dations of the stone bridge for the Fenntyl Tania Railroad Company had made some startling discoveries. The story is that the bottom of the Conemaugh river near the bridge Is full ef dead bodies and that prob ably auadrerlsare lying there, sue oponDN other, held down by tons of wire that has been wrapped and twisted into a perfect mat of unknown pro portions, i . s NOT DISCOURAGED. .. , . City Aathorltles ef AUlw aaksa AathaHse tha Looal CaaaaBltteae to Cenaplete Ar ntunili fee Baeatrta the Q. A. B. MitWiFiim, Wl., Jury leWMUwsukes will oontlcos to nfca-pi paratloas 4br the Rational Encampment of the O. A. R., not withstanding the fact that the railroads Bare- refused a one cent per mile rate and eight commanders hare decided to discour age the attendance of their Tarious posts. The Common Council yesterday passed the following resoluttoonamnimously : 1 Rraofwedj That w, the Oemntoa Contctt of u ett HUwaukaet regreUlng that any adverse actio taken by any Depart ment Conunaader of the Grand Army of She Republic apen Us-aeospUao of tut vtalaa tlon toxoid their twwnty -third Rational Zn eampment in this eity. hereby request and authorise the local encampment executive council to oontlnuo and complete all nsoes- , sary arrangements for the proper care and entertainment of our expected and honored I guests, and In the name of this city extend to this organisation a hearty and cordial ' greeng. ' --. '. WAYLAID AND ASSAULTED. , A Beraaton, Pa., Wtan Tolls a Horrible Story About Being Oatraged Firs of Hsr Anallsnts la ITtaoo. Bobaktom, Pa., July Id. A disreputable roman named Mary Jane Lanoe alleges that she wss criminally assaulted by fifteen men at Dickson City, lire miles north of kranton, last Saturday. . She states that he was on her way to Boranton when Sl atted by one Anthony Ducy, who dragged her Into the tmshea near the rirer, where she waa outntged by fourteen of bis cotn panlonvooe of whom threatened to kill her. Bbe says she was kept In the woods all Saturday night by her assailant and that one time she tried to escape through the rirer and was dragged back. - Fire men said to have been Implicated In the affair bare ibeen arrested for the crime and placed In (the county prison. The remainder of the woman's assailants are In hiding DRQANIZINQ FOR RESISTANCE. Irish Henee Bala Loaders Wilt Arrange lor tho EoraaatlM of the Tonaata' Da- foaM auV-H, 1 " H f i Low do, July lS.-ffh! leading embers it the Irish Uoms Rule rty met Monday lo arrange for the organuauon ox the new pan ants' Defense Club. A motion was made ky Mr. Farnell and seoonded by Mr. T. P. O'Connor that It was aa tar perattve neoea Hty that the tenant farmers oombine to ro ust the extermination polity of their land brda. The' motion was) carried without a jlssentlof Toioa and a oommittee was at toot appointed to draft a constitution for be imposed organisation. The oommittee tonateU of Mr. farnell, William O'Brien, odas Bexton and others. Mother and Child Murdered. 4i Cm, Ore., July 19. Mrs. Esten- rH and child were brutally murdered on he km-' of John Oilman, near Coqullla .lost Thursday night and buned in a Woll near Uis house, where they were rundyeaterday.' The husband was work- kg u the rirer, returning heme on Batur- ky. The Eatonhovers were tenants of Oil- kho wanted them to leave, which they kfus to do until their loaseexplred. After Is mrder of the wife and child, Oilman y in rait and attacked Eatenhorer on his bprota to his Dome, out he escaped and kvs tie alarm Whloh resulted In the dls- Werjof the remains of the wife and child. Joho L. la Uolath. kit, Minn., July 16. Several parties he dross the buy from Superior shortly tldnignt and tola some sporting Leu dfier that tney naa seen John L. Bui West Buperlor; that It was dsslra- foil presenoe to be kept a seortt and mid attempt to get into Canada by steamer from Dul uth. . Home haoa heard the conversation and gave knd Osad la a rollnsaa Oar. r . tor. lis, July io. The oody of a man d abht thirty years was found In a badlr l-ompied state In the closet of a Pullman ptndar at Uie union Uopot Monday rulnd A pistol wound was discovered his riht tnmple. Prom papers found on pent It is thought his name is Richard hms, r Button, no. roui play is sus teu. - ais oa the AtlaaUe Coast, toaLkp tiOHT, Mass., July 18. An an ally bvere northeast gale with rain kralletlast night and the sea is rough, era! hall yachU were off this poin, hn thfitorm began.' Navigation will bt irouror small rosseu dorlngthenext iy-i'ir nours. ItxtL'ouws to the Front Agala, iickmI July IS. Late Monday after I the ktorneys for Jshn F. Beggs, th ktnsuit, madeanappTicatlon tojudgs Ion M a writ of ha(as corpus. Th wasligaged in trying a case and led Wiotir argamonto oa tht petition morn i morn It. oroully Aansxod. July 16 Judge Prondergaal rdsy I tared on record the formal or- f the Inexatlon of Hyde Park, Lake. VieuUeffsrson and a portion of Cloa sceoiknoe with the election of June A Dispute Arises Over the Chi nese Exoluslon Act. Conditions Under Which Indian Afenf . Will bo Appointed. Acoldsnt Met With by Oar Minister t Balg-lum eeiitbsra tttroema Not Worthy of Improvement, Wabhixotow, July 16. The Southern Fa- Ciflo BtoamshlpCompany, through its coun sel, Mr. Tweed, will make argument before the Secretary of the Treasury to-morrow oonceming (he construction 'of tbo Chinese- Exclusion act The specific question la whether twelve Chinese residents of Cubs who are returning to tbelr native country shall be allowed to land at Hew Orleans from a Southern Pacific rossel and proceed overland to Han Francisco, where they want to take passage for China. At New Orleans the collector of customs refused to allow them, to land. -.. Mr, Morrsn, the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, lb a circular letter to Indian agenta announces that horeafter employes in the Indian service will be appointed upon the following conditions! " Appointments rfll be mod with -the distinct understanding that the parties named are thoroughly com petent to fill the positions for which they are nominated, and that they will be sealoua and faithful in the performance of their dutiea ; that their tenure of office la perma nent so long as thny remain oompstcnt and efficient; and that the Indian Office reserves the right to remove, for cause only, any em ploye, apohstfflcient erileace ox unfitness for the position lield. .v - Infermatlott'haa bean received by friends Mr f aa accident to Hon. E. H. Terrell, of Texaa, Minister to Belgium. As he was boarding the steamer in New York he struck his knee against a projection, Injuring it so badly that he has been nnable since to walk. He res hod Brussels, but Is confined to his roem and hat not yet been presented to the Km. Trf-e Utter Mr. Terrell says stie fears that the result may prove quite serious. The Chief of Engineers baa revived the annual report of Captain W. L. Flsk, in esuarge-of-river and harbor Improvement la Louisiana and Texas. After an examl nation of Bayou St. John from the head of navigation to Lake Pontchartrain, Captain risk thinks the atresia Is not worthy of tan praretnanK . r a a THESOCIALISTS' CONGRESS. DislsdB of Wart karm ASMMhlo la rarls -mtmif Watloata Ikrope Baprsssatsd. Piais, July 16. The Socialist congress which convened hare yesterday it oompoaed exclusively t tea-' followers of Karl Marx and the congress Itself Is spoken of as the Marxist oongresa, to distinguish it from an other convention of Socialists which as sembled here Sunday, who are known as thb'PoaslbUists. -Oermany has a represen tation of ninety-three in the Marxist con gress, including the leader of the Oerman Social Democratic party. Every nation In Europe la represented. M. Lafarque, of France, delivered the oponlng s pooch, extending the welcome of Paris and of Franco to the members of the Congress, but to the Germsn delegates, more than to all others, he desired to ex tend the hand of fellowship, lie wished to demonstrate to the world that race ijreju iloe, which ' la everywhere encouraged to further selfish ambitions, had no place in the hearts of the Socialists of Franc,' who Jould welcome their Oerman brothers with a love that waa all the stronger for the hate they were expected to bear them. The opening hour of the convention, 8:89 a. m., stamps it at the outset aa a working men's gathering, an aaaembly of men accus tomed to long hours of toll. The first aos ilon lasted until two in the afternoon, when recess was taken for luncheon. This meal waa also characteristic, all lunching togeth er on wholesome r lands, the prices of which were within the reach of the proletariat, who constituted by far the larger portion of those1 present i; - : The ' best -of feeling ' pre rails among the lelegates and alt express great enthuataam aa to the importance of the work the Con gress will accomplish. Vltehsll's Treachery Kiposod. Baltimori, July 16. The wife of Charlie Mitchell went to New York yesterday In 3 bodi en ct to a telegram from her husband, lake Kilraln't wtWwent with her. A letter was received atKUratn't house yesterday from Henry Hudson, of Chicago. The lat ter said he won 11,000 on the fight by over bearing Charlie Mitchell In New Orleans tell a man about fifty-five years old to bet llhe had on Sullivan, as Kllraln's defeat waa a foregone conclusion. The writer also lays that be watched Mitchell in the ring and saw him communicate with Muldoon by ilgna. , : A tehool Hook Trut, Niw York, July 16.-U is stated that the leading publishing houses of the United States have formed a combination for the xmtrol of the sale of educational works. The main object of the combination, It it slalmed, is to reduce the expense of selling publications by changing the methods of Mmpetltlon among the different houses. Traveling salesmen are to be dispensed with and competition with rival houses will oe carried on by means of letters and circu lars directly from the headquarters of the sombine. Smnggtsd Ooods Sslssd. Kxw York, July 16. Inspectors Brown ind Donohue, of surveyor Beattle's force, resterday found concealed on the person of J. F. Casey, a passenger on the steamship City f Chicago, twenty pairs of kid gloves, (our pairs of gold sleeve buttons and seven rold brooches. Casey, who Is a merchant !n St Louis, doclared before his baggage waa examined that he hod nothing dutiable In hla possession. The property was sent to the seizure room. A Game of Fool Ends la Mardatv Chicago, July 16, Charles Sohweltxer, a aloon-keeper, waa fatally shot Monday morning by one of two unknown men who tngaged with him to a game of pool. They picked a quarrel with htm because he proved the best player, but It Is suspected that robbery was their object The saloon is In an unfrequented locality. Schwetta tr's wife was the only witness of the shoot ing.. The men escaped. - , i ; Prom hint Minor Resigns His Omoo.! : PitmbOroh, July 16. W, T. Lewis, sec retary of the Miners' National Progressive Onion, has written to president McBrlde, of that body, resigning his office. Mr. Lewis Intends to sever his connection with labor srganlsatlons entirely and will go to tba Paris Exposition as one of the party of American .worklngmen, On his return to Oils countr he will begin to practice law. ' Asks aoo,000 froas the standard. Cnioioo, July 16. In the Circuit Court resterday a suit for trespass was filed by She Ooodlander Mill Company for XX,000 tgalnat the Standard Oil Company. It Is be lieved that this is the first move to prevent the Standard Oil Company laying a pipe line Into the oty, as proposed in the city council. STARTING OUT. RIGHT. .. Wlso LcrUUUoo A boot to bo Eonstod hf tho Mootaaa Coaatltatlooai Conrea- Mob. . . - . ; Hblina, Moot July "lft TSe- constitu tional convention mot Monday afternoon. A petition signed by M3 citizens from a num ber of small towns In various parts of the Territory asking that universal suffrage be granted, was referred to the suffrage com mittee. The committee recommended that the bill rclatiufr to the compulsory educa tion of children between tho ages of eight md fourteen do not p.iss. A preamble in regard to s bill of rights wnd pr ovisibn for the publication of all goneral laMrs as passed in the Legislature -was- rtpbrted ' without recommendation. The committee on labor wked for more time to coDJt the propo rtion rotating to Chinese-Isnor, laborers under contract and disi-hargc- employes. Secretary Wvlie. of the ri-loaal Roform Assoototioa. presented -an article in regard to mocui i pruactple.in civil Ktvern mflnt A propoBttioil for. the establtehmeat tf a Bureau of labor and the appointment of a superintendent was submitted to the com mittee, r . . A bill 'wm submitted ptoTidlng that no ifficers except Benatora and Represent atives, under the law of the new Senate, thoutd hold office more than two years. A resolution waa passed that the accounts of all efilclaU should be Investigated at least Mice a year and that a State examiner be appointed for that purpose. FLOODS IN PENNSYLVANIA. Tho Lsbaaoa Volloy aoOars froas aa loua- Aitlo Mll Oaou mmd Bridges. Wwrpk Away. ! t i ' . . : i, ... . 0 -. ; ". .; J . IWdixo, Pa.,' July 16. Early Monday morning an unusually sea vy rain storm pre vailed throughout the Lebanon valley. Creeka overflowed their banka, submerging fields, and the erope which had been leftottt were swept away." At Aron, Myerstowa. and Lebanon the lower floors of houses flooded and many occupants had their house hold goods destroyed. The Schuylkill river at Beading waa seven feet above low Water mark and eleven feet at Spring City. Lixcistih, Pa., July 16. In the northern part of Lancaster County the storms of Sat urday and Sunday night were the heaviest In years. Five mill dams were carried sway along Hammer and Middle ''creeka, and five bridge were destroyed fnEllxa beth township. A large amount of fencing and growing crops were swept way: The creeks are higher than ever before. ANOTHER CRONIN LETTER. Qooor Dooaateat Foaad aa tho-' Oraad Traaa-Hattroad; Whtoh, Ioha Yrr aao- pistaw,i &: i i-i fl fu: S crfi Nu'asmi'FsLft, kJifc. July1 l.-i-The fol lowttnMtefwsaOktp MonatyOn the Grand Trunk railroad track near Stamford : Nisoara Fall Marohll. Mr DsiB Fsishd I hare Just arrival hers and am waiting tor the sveot thst Is soiag to take place oa ins 4th. Be sura sad mats away with our dd enemy sod spy, Dr. Croeln. Leuve no corner In which thora shall be any suspicion, snd mav the Holy Father bless, you lor the deed. I am in Urrlhle snxisly. Tell Dsn to be vary esreful: alto Kama. Work for Irelsod. Be true to .Clsi N.i-Uol ax Your dasr Wend, i. W. Kavakapqu. i Couldn't Find tho SUho-BoaU' v -- MASni.insiD, Mast., July 16. The annual regatta bf the 'Eastern Yacht Club was sailed yesterday In a rain storm. The Mer lin, onebf Burgess' latest designs.' showed remarkable speed and passed all the others in the race. - After running about twenty minutes and finding no atake-boat, Mr. Bur gess concluded that no boat had been put in position, so the Merlin waa put about and beat home, as did all the others. The sec ond class, which sailed over the same course. followed the Merlin, and as a result the race was declared off and will be sailed to- o-y- i' ! ' . ; i : . Mr. ck for Blghor Wag as.' , ', 1 ' Ciyi'ioo, July 18. About lQu house men and truck men employed by the Aacltor Line Stoamsbip Company at their docks struck for higher wager yesterday. They have been receiving H5 a month and de mand tW. It it threatened that the dock wall opera, who bars bean gettidg twenty cents an hour, will also- strike for twenty five cents an bour. ' There .are about 3U0 of them -There-are tea boats belonging to the company and it la thought the' men at other places will quit work. e . A WarUha at Mn -: Paris, July 16. Some warlike news is telegraphed from Rome, where l'Opinlone, In an article evidently Inspired, warns the Italian people that the French Minister of War has perfected the details of a march across the Italian frontier, and It It merely necessary to give the word and the border provinces are at the mercy of the Invader. The article calls upon the government to no longer delay measures for the proper pro tection of the frontier. , . . . Ticket Agents' Intsrnstlooal AseoelattaB, Cixcixxati, July IB. The International Association of Ticket Agents was organ ized here yesterday with one hundred mem bers. The following officers were elected: President William Brown, of Cincinnati; vice president, J. O. White, Boston, Mass. ; secretary, M. O. Carroll, Cleveland, O. ; treasurer, T. W. Venemsnn, Evansvile, Ind. The next meeting will be hold at Jack sonville, Flo,, on the second Tuesday In Feb ruary next Crooked and Insolvent. Itiw York, July 16. Francis E. Trow bridge, the broker who waa arrested some months ago for alleged fraudulent con version, in a suit brought by Francis E. Hurt to recover Ill.lttO, yesterday peti tioned for discharge under the insolvent act As there was no opposition Judge Van Brunt ordered him produced In court to-daj for discharge. Trouble Over tho Rtsko Money. Nxw York, July 16. There is likely to bt trouble over the Hulllvan-Kllraln atakc money. There is a rumor that Mitchell In tends to ask the courts to enjoin stakehold er Cridgo from paylng.over the money to the Sullivan party until Kllraln settles at indebtedness of soma Ki.OUO due him (Mitch ell) for services rendered and cash ad vanced. . Asslgaed, BTitmTo.t, Vs., July 16. James A. Patter ton, Jr., of Waynesboro, made an assign ment yesterday to A. C. Braxton, an attor ney ci Staunton. Hit assets are over K0, 000 a"d dobte less than 110,000. Patterson owned and operated the largest flouring mil) In the valley and did a large business. No reason It assigned for his assignment Glees lllowers' Wags Bralo Fixed. Atlaktic Citt, 5. J., July 16. The wag scale was fixed for this year at Monday's session of the glass blowers' convention. Trouble Is apprehended at the Cumber land Olass Company's- works at Bridget on, N. J., if the eorporalloa refuses to operate its factories according to the regulations of the Knights of Labor.-- ' lv A be tews er the Fight In fcWt '' '"' u' Rsw Orlraks, July lu.--A Purvis, Hits., tpecial says i Captain I. T. Jamison and 0. W. Rich were arraigned In court Monday, oharged with aiding and abetting the Bulll-ran-Kllrain fight, and gave 11,000 bondi each for their appearance at the next tern: of court Reforee Fltipatrtck will be tried vt Thnnwler. ,' -. Tour House on Fire, " Not the house of wood, brick o stone. in which von live, but ronrhndilv . mentmay in ierrible daajr from smouldering flra which you tffuke no effort lo quench. The great dsn.erfrom impure blood-it that it debilitates the system, and the digestive organs grow weak and. inactive. Hood's Barsaparllla combines the best kidney and liver invig oratora, with tba best ' alteratives and tonics, all from the rentable kingdom, carefully and understandinglr prepared in a concentrated form. . It purines, vitalizes and enriches the blood and tones up the system, giving the whole body vitality, ana eueciunny guarding it against the attacks of disease. ,. ' ,' ' . PeraonaL ., .;. Mr. N. H.' Frohlicktteln, of Mobile, A)a.. writes : I take great olessure in recommending Dr. King's New Dis covery for consumption, having uted It for a severe attac oi Bronchitis and Catarrh-. It gives me instant relief and entirely cured me and I have not been afflicted since, I alto beg to state that I had tried other remedies with no good result. Have ait used Eleotrlo Bitters and Dr. King' New Life Pills, both of which I can recommend. , Dr. King's New Discovery forconiumDilon.oouffhs and colds, is sold on a positive guaran tee, Tiiai Domes iree at Adams' drug store.- '. !" :':.' 1 1 : Wonderful Curoa. W. D. Hoyt Cot whole-ale and re- Uildrugglsuof Kome.Gs.jts : ; W have been selling Dr. Klug's New Dis covery, Eteerric Bitter "and Buckler) 's Arnica eaita ' ror two yeart. Hav6 never bandied remedies that' sell a well, or Klveeucti vnlveial satisfaction There has been tone wonderful curat effected by these medicines in thlt city. Several eases of proneuoced Consump tion hare been entirely eared by use of a few Domes or vr. JAing't . New Uis. covery, taken in connection with Elec ts Bitters. We gusrantee them al ways. Sold by W. Adams. 1 i I The Population of Wellington ' Is tboot 8,M0,idd we would tay at least One-half are-troaUed with tome 1 affection bfthe throat -fnd lungM those com plaint are, 'according to statistics, mora numerous than other. ' would advise all ear readers' ndtto neglect ' the on nor- tunitytocalloathalrdraggisttand get a bottle of Kemp's Balaam for the throat and lungs. Trial tiae tree. Large bottles 60c ana II. Boia oj an aruggtets,. . ''" Bnckie n't irtlra Sal? a The best salve In tli world for ten, Dni'e t, wore, ulcers, salt rlseim, N-v.-i tnrea, tetter., chapped hi)ndt, rlillld.-im, crnt simI all tkiu eruptions, sndcwiiive !y cures pil-s, or no pay rrqiilrsti it if (rusramnea to gtve perreci tslisrsi tioi. m moory reluntled. : Price 1i -enij tr iit For Bale bv VVoosur & Adams. U-' r i. . ;; . 396 m Six Months; VanWert Ceemlcal Co, Watarton.X.T. 'Gentlemen. I talct pleamre In In forming you of the wonderful tueerst we have nau witn foair LaRe Bauani. We have sold in the last air months 86 bottle. We have guaranteed near ly every bottle but as yet have bad only four returned. I rra in receipt of scores of testimonials from the most promin ent residents or our city which 1 should like to tend you. Trial tlxe free. E W, Ailamt the L ading Drugglste t Yours Kespectfully, . i , ! .8. Felt, Jr.Drugglitt. English Spavin Lirimentremovetall lard, Soft, or Ca'lous-d Lumps and Blemishes from horiot ' Blood. Hpavlo, Cerbs, Splhita, Sweeney Klng-booe, Slflet. . Spralos, all Bwolleu Throats, Couk-hi,ic. Save $50 by uee of one bottle.. Warranted. Sold by W. E. Adtmt.Droggitt.Wellingtoii.O.U-ast - Suiloh's Titalizir It what you need forooottipatlon, lost of appetite, dizil nest and all symptom of dytpeptia Price Hi tnd 75 cents per bottle. Sold by F.D. Felt. ., CROor WaooriHO Cocoa and brorr shltls Immediately relieved by Shiloh't (Jure, boiu dv r , u, reit. . For lame bark, tide or ehist, ute Shi. loh't Porout Plaster. Price S9 cents. Bold by r, D, r ell. .,,,.' SaiLOB'a Cocoa and Coneuuiptlon Cure I sold by ou a guarautee. Jt ouresuoosumptluu. . Sold by F.D. Felt. Slkiplkss Niouts, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh't Cure it uie remeay lor you. Sold by F.D. Felt. Catarrii Curxd, health and tweet breath tecured, by sblloh't CaUnb Kciuedy. t'rleo 60 centa. Naial In lector free. ...... , . Sold by F.D. Felt. " . , The Handsomest Lady la Wellington remarked to a friend the other dnv that the knew Kemp't Balsam for the Throat and Lungt wat a tapciior remedy as It stopped uer conga tnsisntiy when other cough remedies hsj no effect whatever. So to prove this and convlce you of It merit, any druggist will give vou t sample bottle free. Ltrge size 50 cent? and one dollar. . ., J. M. Loose Red Clover Co, Dt-trolt-I have uted your solid extract Red Clover with perfect tuccest, tnd take pleasure in recommending Hi use to any afflicted with scrofulous or cancerous affections, believ ing it from my own experience to be a most efficient blood puiiflei. r J. J. Harrison, I'kinesvllleO. . J. M. Ixxe Red Clover Co I purcisued a box of your Red Clover Pile Ointment of F. P. Ooliday at this place, after uslnz various other ointmenit without effect. I nsed ' several application of tht Red Clover OlntmeDl, tod have not had any trouble since. 1 now believe I am per manently cured. ' My case wat not on of the worst but I have suffered with tbeia over t year, and bled so much I became greatly reduced in flesh. Your ointment acted mlrscalously,' and"! am. only too glad to speak to the many sufferers of this painful dliesse.;, If It core all' who use it at quickly at it did me. you will tell a great deal of It I am convinced your pile ointqient wtt nude to cure, am not like the many othert I have tested, to defraud. It it a pletsure to me to tay the Red Clover pile ointment hat been a priceless blessing to me, snd I know It will prove such to all who will try it. Respect! u I ly, , . . r I.V.PitrMollot, III.. RECTAL DISEASES ! Dr. A. E. Elliott's , Method of RECTAL Treatment PERMANENTLY CURBS Piles, Fistula in Ano, Fissure in Ano, Frnritis,or itching piles and Rectal Ulcer without the Knife, Ligatura or Cautery. Eectal Ulceration is. the most dangerous of all rectal maladies, owing to its undermining the sys tem before its victims realize their danger, the absence of pain being due to the scarcity of nerves in that' portion of the rectum mostly afflicted, . s :. ,-.. i f r - -I;; Symptorrutof Hectal Ulcer. ' i .. . ...:.'"!''!' ' ' 'o 1' ! ; Fain or weakness' across lower portion of backoften referred ' to kidney troubles, burning ia t ectunv after Btooh rtchine' about anus, at tended with a moisture' caused byl uiaeuorge irom nicer, consapaxton' sometimes attended with spells of aianocea, nnaiiy ' resulting 10 chronic diarrhoea.when the disease' is almost beyond cure, but if mot too - long neglected may yeft be cured ; mucous and ' bloody ' dis'-: charge from - tectum; soreness through bowels ". exterifbg to stomach causing- -dyspepsia ; in females frequently Vagutal and u terine lnnammauon rfisuiunt! in ledoorrhoea and uloe ration. Bend to liODi, O., for descriptive pam phlet. Kzamination and Consults . tion FREE. W'LL BC AT a&msrican House 9 Wellington, 0. From lit. m. to9p.ro., :. . , ,.' - . lt. .""''' Third Thursday in eacri month -n :,'.::; Bee lilua Fxcurhiona. , , i f. ' j. .. ;.'i ' it At the urgent request, of quite a number of regular patrons, the Bee Ltne and Big Four will arrange for ooe ot their popular personally conducted Excursions to Kan tat, Colorado, Sail Like, Rocky Mountains tnd Pacific Cb&st, ondi-r (lie 'management of the experienced excursion tgent, MrJ D. Jay Collyt-r. Iu order to accommodate all and give ample time to prepare lor t visit t the far west, Tuesday," July 23rd, fcat len teloctd ts the dute leaving Cleveland, (.Incinniiti, Columbus, Dayton, Sprlngeld and Indianapolis. Bee Line agents at each point named, will be pro vided with instruction! and can give lull Information regarding rites, routes, etc. Address them or D. JAY COLLVER, Bee Line Pass. Agt, 178 Superior Bt, ' Cleveland, O. - Note. Ak any ol our former patrons, bow the Bee Line takes care of their ex cursionists. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. " When Baby was sick, ( bar Csatoria. ! Wban she was a Child, sue tried f or Csstorla, Whan she bsoaajt Hits, the oluac H Castoria, When she hd CUUrao, ehe rare them Caetorle Ins. Go. of North America. f HILADILPMI A, PA. TATK (if Olltii, . .' . INIrtAHilt OKHAKTnEKT.r - -Uoluraliua. Jenaerf 11, met. ) t, BAMntti K. KrW".-ntrliireBil nf Tn. turepre ef the Dtnte of 'i ! herrhr oertlfj Uiel ihe Ineuraftce (!o. f Auinrice, loceud el 'hlledlphie, In Ihr r - itl litsylTanle. hee cooiplUwIleell r-wl" ilm lew of ihUHuie, rnletlDf Ut lQ.urui!e i VmpeuiM, etber Ibes Life, inrurpumtH tir "tiir h'Hiee of tlie linlud Sietet, end U emliorixpd ttt tmiicl Its epsruprlale bntl sm el r I H It I II lu M C K in Ihu BUI., 1. Mword. Jnre wilh lnw, diirlns the cerreet year. The ein itluv euil lu.iu-4e f teiil Uunipenr on the ttlrlr trelfinrof IMveislier. of the veer next sremJIns the dete bereol. U .bows by the (element, nnder oelk, reaalred b Hrrllea mi, Aetleee tutalee of Ohio, to be ee follnwi: Asereiteteainnantaf evelleble A mete, SS,MO?0 17 Aseelee.Hionlof llebllltleelesotvt J eeelielhlseliMllef re-lneareace LMIMttf Urt Awli, ... . ,,,.. S,mi.tS Amnuntofectasl sei4-ap oeelul t,ii.im turrlee l,Mi,cos Amounlotloromefiirthereerla o h, tM3,7ST M Aiaounlot Kitesdlturee for tbe eer laeeek, 1747.11 7 In nil Is mM Wasssnr, I here hennste 1 anberrlbftd sir aeme, end earned, nr sAL. 1 offl, ul Seal to be efflied, the ear and mi nl lewtntslxi'e wrlites, . tAMUtClt. I KM, . ef Inanimate. LJ.Bonar,StateAgtManafleld,0. W.B. DmAND.AtentatOherlln.O. R.N.GOODWIN, Agent at Wellington, 0. ' ' ...II. .The Best and Purest Medicine t EVER MADE. .. Ki.Rwt'l Humor from vonr T j i.TtX.syeleu, and make your skin 4jJv'KX.cln and smooth. Thoer MA V,T"Tonirryoiir beauty ti V. ft 6 '-k.are caueeil by lmpiue Xr. -V. eWk. hWwI. enil rAn lie . w. t ..-a nnnnviiillliaeriort . -.j. V . p . time, If you are . a, 0,7 A 4sV treat 7 nut iwmm s 'vv. ;'. o. ' 1 iUiMU ClW ltl i - k, : aat (. iinu uiiuiKiaM ttoatVarf". OaT-atoKoa A Ve - mwS'i nrlwlrvr from ' " tJi ?r - a ' oTJsVe, n BULPUVB Wntf&X Tkaynev rauwou SmmI Onlwsy AOew irafUkiabtd? h t rt a (f"ot aiiaerlT'to wnp tin- ia tor a UeisnJ thee hsvf them ra ts to Maui.l-Mf aUWdJlViaJIU. ... . t tuwTWfott ,Ai;ya 1 i Ot'ALOTG SICKNESS, A MhMaajtsntal I w-ntarr Brrseadyaa &ST7tTtaM. fcut iwwiemeafior aot now rsceinac aeare. iA W Oifte. eesu yea nothlnj n a trial. ! it will core yea. Address H. "c fettt . M.a'. in rtttt t maTm Kti ijmm juiMtSS-itStiS -7tT.lSiri:,iaM A Jt u"Hcinl oou.iwiuiJ WoiirbeeUelfl - - t j n irn O R N S . V nln e e '"'Cn Bnntone.e. f.V.-V..V4MrtStt-JBg'Slfc 1UM0 X. , . - II I I ' , j WEYi YOUE LIVER , IS0DTOF0RD Tan w 111 bare BTCK TtEADAf-1M, PATN1 IK TItB SIDE, 1TH11-;PS1A. FOOB APPK TITB. toel alatleae and amebic to et thitmsh nmrcuUly work or social CAioTments. IJJs W4U k a kar ta yt, Whti mm ma. Attwm. the POIRON erat Of o or syete , ud isske you stn mr sod w ell. Iher cost only 8 eewU s bos and aomr aave your life. Can be bad at any Im tttor. lwsTof Cotrj sxrarrs m la in 8L Lools."t iv o o lTsh ' Perfumes the Sheath. Ask for rr. FLEMING BPOS.- - Pittsburgh, Pa. DSETER'S , Ro-omm?n(lwJ by t!i Mphnst medical and ehomlosl aullmrlilin, who Imllfv tn ; lis n dilute purity, v. in.U-iianirnrm and wondiirful tmnth. Kury ran Ruarain- ' twd to do the work of any other beklne: powdi-r rontlnr twli as mur.h. Every can rua rauienl to lv sutlsfitctloo, or purekaso money rrfiindid, , , K , I Ilk W a0e. X IK, lOr.i ii Itk, 8a. . ' . V J.tlW da n keep Prawn, do not , lot hi in pemiaifr you tu liur eome other he rlalma lo be liiet ne vood, but oak hun to mil lie jroa be uiug - . , D'ETEBa CltOWX BAKI.N(1 PQWOSB. WKiSK.ttPTIO.V SUE ELY 11 RED. , To Tha RniTOa- tlriu'e inform yonr read ' srs tlwt I lisve t liostilveratnriljrfur the above named disease, by its lliusly use Uiousandt of hnprless eaees have been permanently cured. I sbali be glad to send two bottles of my reme dy v Rita to any ot your readers who have son sum ptlon If (bey will send mt tlirlr express and poet ofAoe addresa.' Rmneetfnllv. ,T. A-bLOUUM.M.C..aj I il.KewYarlt ', tJolo'i Ccrbollsalve ' fc it truly wohdi-rrul rrmetly, tulted alike n be skin oTtliH r-hilil ntiif ihn ulnlt iieoi(thlnK,:eii-aiisin and hrallng propnr- um rentiers jit eppiicniit- tinlvertal. At All eXtrmsl mile.lv il line n am,..l . cure for PiW. rVver tv.i -r, Ulcers, Tetter, rwwns, ViiiiDiains, t.Titps snd all i telling ' tnd Irritating dlxenHpa ut the tkln and arnln. It ImniMllMiMlir mlia... i. v. . i . ol St aldt tnd Burnt snd rures the worst case without a scar. Get only the genuine which has a black wrapper with green letters. Small boxes M cents; large noxrt 80 cents. Hold by Fred Fell. . Mjt A' ii' V.r POWDE