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HE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER.
General News Summary.
Interesting: Home and Foreign News,
. The following were among the ap
pointments announced by the President
onthe24tb: Edward T. Green, United
States District Judge for the district of
Now Jorsoy; Alfred E. Buck, .United
States Marshal for the Northern district
of Oeorpia; Joseph V. Ady, ' Unltod
States Attorney for the district of Kan
sas, and Albert M. Lee, Unltod (Hates
Attorney for the Southern district oi
Mississippi. . ... .; , :,, ..
Admiral (Mills, In command of . the
South American squadron, has written
to the Nary Department stating that
, yellow fever is breaking out in all parts
of Brazil, besides Bio Janeiro.
The annual report of the Supervising
Inspector of Steam Vessels shows that
during fifteen years past the number of
steam vessels In the United States has In
creased from 3,883 in 1875 to 6,725 In 1889,
and the gain in license officers during
the same period is from 14,571 to 31,032.
During the past fiscal year there -wore
thirty-two accidents to steam vessels, re
sulting in the loss of 301 lives, of which
ninety-two were passengers and 309 em
ploy , t . r-.', ...
Pension Commissioner Raum has made
special a case -which is of more than
usual interest It is that of a lady Who
was born under the. administration of
General Washington and is now ninety
three years o! age.' She is entitled to a
pension as a widow of a soldier of the
war of 1812, but has nevor before made
an application. ,'.',.',.
The President has granted an absolute
pardon to Ueorge C Wood, convicted of
polygamy In Utah, and sentenced to five
years' imprisonment in the penitentiary
and to pay a fine of $600. . ,
At Washington on the 20th ocourred I
the deaths of Judge Arthur T. Beeve, I
ohief of the seed division in the Agri
cultural Department, and Alexander .
Somerville, chief of the money order
division of the Post-office Department.
The gunboat Petrel has been formally
accepted by Secretary Tracy from the
contractors, the Columbia Iron Works
Company of Baltimore. Her contract
price was $243,000, but of this amount
148,000 basbeen rotained by the Govern
ment as a penalty for failure to complete
the vessel in the time specified in the
contract. She is about two years overdue.
In bis forthcoming annual report Post
master General Wanamaker will recom
mend that post-offices be established on
the principal steamers that ply between
the ports of the Unltod States sad
Ijturope, similar to the postal service on
railway trains. lie will ask Congress
tor an appropriation to carry Us recom
mendation into affect
, Aoting Secretary BatcheTler has ap
pointed Milton M. Holland, of Washing
ton, to be ehlof 0f ft division In. the
Second Auditor's office. Holland is a
well known colored lawyer.
William Miller, Jr., of Morcer, and De
La Greene, of Muncey, Pa., have been
appointed examiners of National banks
in the State of Pennsylvania.
.. THE EAST. .; . . . I
The rase of Assemblyman -Smith, on
trial at New York for bribery at elec
tions, endod on the 34th In a disagree
ment of the jury.
During the seven days endod October
M the . business failures . , occurring
throughout the country numbered for
the United States 188, and for Canada
8T. For the corresponding week last
year the figures were 829 failures for the
United States, and 84 In the Dominion
The Peerless Plush Manufacturing
Company's establishment at Paterson,
N. J., was bnrnsd on the 35th, entailing
Jessie Trdtt and Maggie Canmtck,
aged respectively twenty-five and
twenty-two .years, residents of South
Chesterboro, Pa., were run over by a
train on the 35th and killed. . ( ,
Joseph S. Bonney, aged sixty-six, an
old resident of Lawrence, Mass., and a
well known Inventor, suicided on the
25th by shooting himself. He was a
prominent Mason and Odd Fellow. -
By a runaway accident at Marlbor
ough, N. Y., on the 85th the wife of
Robert J. Dickey, a druggist, was killed;
ber mother, Mrs. Murray, was seriously
hurt, and Mr. Dickey was seriously bat
not dangerously injured.
It is stated that the shortage of Brown
University at Providence, R. I., on ac
count of the operations of ex-Registrar
Robinson, son of s-Presldent Robinson,
will amount to nearly 116,000 instead of
114,000 as at first seported. . .
The business portion of, Port Leyden,
N. Y., a place ef 1,200 Inhabitant, was
burned on the 35th, Including the Doug
lass House, opera house, eight stores,
the post-office and several .dwellings.
.Fifteen families lost their homes and
jtvacb of their possessions.
Jeremiah MoGulre, well-known Dem
ocratic politician and ex-Speaker of the
Jew York Assembly, died at Elmlra, N.
., on the 35th.
Samuel Gompors, the well known labor
advocate, hat been nominated for State
Senator by the County Democrat of the
Seventh New York district.
On the 25th a party of school boys
, found on the Galloway farm near Frank
lin, Psl, a bomb loaded with giant pow-
der, which they attempted to open, when
It exploded. Tea of the boys were tor-
riblyhort John Fitzgerald' arm was
blown oft and his body horribly mutila
ted; be will die. Four others were so
' badly Injured that their recovery is lm-
At the opening of the world's fair sub-
eristion book for Hew York, la the of-
f n,.i A- rv, Kth.
three large subscriptions - were made.
hey were those of Cornelius venaer
QJ, $100,000 (a personal subscription);
ir York Central and' Hudson Rer"
r- a-inAnnn. t4
jfwi vvuJimui, ww,vww,
Pal., Cm Comnanv. 850.000.
.'The business portion of Felt's Mills,
near-Watertown, N. Y., was destroyed
by fire on the 24th, entailing a loss ol
tW.OOOj insurance, 85,000.
A fire at Brooklyn, N. Y., on the25tb
caused a loss to Drydon & Palmer, manu
facturers of rock candy, of 860,000; cov
ered by Insurance.
The Boston schooner Martha N. Hall,
whloh left Boltlmore for Boston, Mass.,
August 27, laden with coal, has been
given up as lost Her crew consisted oi
eight men. ,,.,,
At a meeting In Sbaronv Pa., eh the
28th of the representatives from every
glass furnace in the Shenango Valloy it
was docided to demand an inoroase ol
ten per cent. In wages on November 1.
'The total registration in Now York
City this year reached 218,809. The to
tal for the two preceding years were:
1888, 280,547; 1887, 233,436.
Edward J. Riddle, the forger, was
arraignod at Johnstown, N. Y., on the
iMJth before Judge Fish, pleaded guilty,
and was sentenced to five years' impris
onment John C. Longren, the defaulting treas
urer of the Swedish orphanage of May
ville, N. Y., has been sentenced to five
years and one month in Auburn State
Burglars made an unsuccessful at
tempt on the night of the 25th to rob the
First National Bank of Frankfort, N.
Yr ,ThB door of the vault was forced off,
the walls pulled down and gunpowder
used in an attempt to broak through the
steel casing, but without avail. A large
amount of money was in the vault No
blue, i i
i A fire at StoncborO, ; Pa., on the 26th
destroyed seven business houses, three
three-story -blacks and two residences.
The post-ofllce, inolnding all thomail,
was burned. Loss, 875,000.
On the 27th Jacob Sontag, a well
known and popular hotel keeper at
Scranton, Pa., was stabbed to death by
on of three Hungarians who wore en
deavoring to force an entrance to his
hotel after having been refused admis
sion. The men escaped, but the one
who is believed to have committed the
murdor was soon after captured.
WalnwTlght fc Bryant, extensive lunv
ber dealors of Philadelphia, have failed
for 8200,000. It Is stated that the firm
have ample assets tocover the liabilities.
On the 27th while a party were play
ing cards under a freight oar on a siding
at Irwln Pa-, on the Pennsylvania rail
road an engine hacked up against the
train of cars, crushing to death James
Thompson, Thomas Thompson, Robert
Robinson and Sampson Edmonds, and
fatally injuring Benjamin Stobbs.
The weekly statement of the New
York associated banks. Issued on the
26th. shows the following ohanges: Re
serve increase, $212,025; loans decrease,
92,428,300; specie Increase, 8457,900; legal
tenders decrease, $1,279,900; deposits de
crease, $4,136,100; circulation . increase,
154,200. The banks held $1,129,274 ia
excess of the twenty-five per cent rule.
. Ensign EUoawood, a prominent clti
ten of Lyons, N. Y.,i was struck by an
express train on the 86th, near Newark,
I that State, i snd. InBtantly killed. He
r was seven tv-one vim old. -1 '
The business portion of the village of
Finloy s Lake, N. Y., near the Pennsyl
vania line, was destroyed by fire on the
J7th. Loss, $40,000, with light Insurance.
, WEST AND SOUTH
Robert Westendorf, a Rock ford (111.)
taloonkeeper. convicted of selling liquor
without a license,, was on the 25th sen
tenoed to four months In jail and to pay a
12,000 fine and to stand committed until
paid. Patrick Downey, who gave a glass
it liquor with every cracker he sold for
i dime, was sentenced to four months in
jail and to pay a fine of $700.
A freight train on the Lake Shore
& Western railroad was wrecked at
Kokomo, Ind., on the 35th. Ten oars
were thrown from the track and twelve
oil tanks exploded, setting fire to other,
Mrs. Engineer Mehl, Fireman Edward
Burnett and Brakeman John Spellman
were thrown under the oil can and
burnt d to a crisp. The accident was the
work of train wreckers.
- In his annual report .Governor White
of Montana places the white popula
tion of that Territory at 170,000 and the
Indians at 15,000. The total wealth oi
Montana is given at $150,000,000. The
Territory Is out of debt as a whole but
the sixteen counties have an aggregate)
Indebtedness of about $1,600,000. The
territorial assessment shows an increase
f $47,000,000 la eight years.
The testimony in the Cronln case at
Chicago on the 25th related principally ta
Identification of the body and cause of
Jeath. The remains of the victim were
positively identified by numerous wit
aeases. i The testimony of Dr. Egbert
was. conclusive as to the fact that death
was caused by the wounds found on the
nurdered man's body.
i On the 25th a collision occurred at
Ventura, Ia., between a passenger and a
freight train, resulting in the wrecking
a both engines and five freight cars.
No one was Injured.
Newton R. Hatch, an ex-cashier In the
New York office of the Baltimore & Ohio
Express Company, was arrested at Chi
sago on the 25th. He is charged with
having embetzlea $8,000 of the com
pany's funds a year ago and fleeing to
i&nada with the plunder,
The Russian settlement near Sparta,
Kan., is afflicted with an epldomlo of
llphtherla whloh bids fair to depopulate
;be place. There are 800 Russians ia
die settlement, among whom fourteen
leaths have ocourred within the past
week, and on the 35th there were
;wenty-seven cases. The Russians take
I 0 precautions to prevent the spread of
,n " .,
Louis Kellermsn, who recently shot
ind fatally wounded his wife at Water-
;own, Wls.,sulolded on the 35th by shooi
8. 8. Thompson, widely known in rail-,
road circles throughout the United
States, died at Frankfort, Mich., on the
; th. ! H was a Urge stookholdor in the
fwmo roan, ana nis estate is
- .w.. . .
The convention of thr Brotherhood of
wtuway riuou Hjwnnv di.
anl. Minn., oa the 26th to meet in Los
i - ;
' wgeies, vai., next year, me name on
the order was changed to the "Brother
hood of, itai! way Trainmen." , i-i
Senator Vest, who has been ill at Se-
dalla, Mo., tor some time, has fully re
covered and left for Washington on the
23d. , ,, , . '
The Chippewa oommlssionors arrived
on the 20th at Duluth, Minn., from the
Grand Portage, reservation, where they
secured every male adult Indian's signa
ture to the agreement tor taking up land
in severalty and selling what remained. .
Night Clerk Mellon, who was reported
as having twice been robbed recently in
the post-office at Fargo, N. D., has been
arrested on the charge of theft, the in
juries he received boing alleged to have
been lnflloted on himself.
An anti-Mahone State ticket has been
nominated by the Virginia Independent
Republicans as follows: Governor, John
F. Lewis, of Rockingham; Lieutenant
Governor, Park Agnew, of Alexandria;
Attorney General, C. A. ' Heermans, of
Montgomery., . . ' .
Two masked robbers entered the rail
road station at Floersville, Tex., on the
night of the 25th and covering the agent
with revolvers, compelled him to band
over all the railroad and express com
pany's funds In the office, amounting to
about $2,000. , The robbers Jben disap
peared In the darkness.
A fire originated In LeopoULBrothers'
dry goods house at Selma, Ala., on the
20th, destroying about $200,000 worth ot
property; nearly covered by insurance.
In Preston County, W. Va., two six-
teen-vear-old boys named Bolyard, sons
of prominent farmers, recently found a
u g of alcohol at an apple-outtlng. l hey
stole it and drank the alcohol. ' Silas
Bolyard, the elder, soon died in horrible
convulsions, and his cousin a few hours
later. ., .. . : e r v . ...... '
By the burning of a lodging house at
West St Paul, Minn., on the 27th Mrs.
Catherine Clifford, owner of the prem
ises, was cremated. While proceeding
to tho fire Assistant Chief Engineer 11.
N. Cook was thrown from his buggy in a
collision and sustained fatal Injuries.
A St Petersburg dispatch says the
Nihilists are again active and the elty
during the past month has been, flooded
with their revolutionary proclamations.
The police are entirely at a loss to ex
plain how these documents are printed
or distributed. 't)- i ,
The Canadian steamer Quinto was
burned on the 23d near Deseronto while
on the way to Pictoh, Ont,: Four lives
were lost .The fire started in the lur-
naoe room i and spread quickly to the
whole ' boat The cantaln ran ber
ashore, a short distance a way, where
she lies almost entirely destroyed. All
freight, baggage, etc., was consumed.
While Robert Campbell a cattle buyer,
was returning home near Lindsay, Ont,
a few nights- ago, be waa attacked by
hltbvavmen. knocked insensible and
robbed of $1,740. i ', . '
. A dispatch front Gautemala states that
President Barrios has ordered the shoot
ing of seven revolutionary leaders who
were taken Drlsonors in the eastern
mountain dlBtrlpte ot ttnpnblto, where
a revolution Is now In progress. -'
It is reported from Rome ' that Louis
Kossuth, . the Hungarian patriot, will
soon become a naturalized Italian citi
zen, and that he will be nominated tor a
Two companies of Infantry and a de
tachment of 150 polloe bsve been ordered
to Limerick, Ireland, to assist in exten
sive evictions about to be undertaken
A post ot the Grand Army of the Re
public, the second in Canada, was or
ganized in Winnipeg, Man., on the 26th.
Tim Abilene (Kan.) bank, owned by
Mayor C. II. Leopold and Colonel J. M.
Fisher, suspended on the 28th, created
great excitement as It has been consid
ered the strongost financial institution
In Central Kansas. The deposits amonnt
to $-100,000, principally local Discount
and Individual loans swell the liabilities
to $400,000. The firm claim to own 8000,
000 worth ot real estate and notes. .
Ix the United States Circuit Court at
Philadelphia on the 38th ult Judgos
liutler and McKennaa set aside the ver
dict in favor ot theoity for 814,488, whloh
was recently rendered against the West
ern Union Telegraph Company as a
license fee for the use of the streets for
poles and wires from 1885 to 1888 inclu
sive. i O'Nkil A Dtas' extensive dry goods
bouse at Akron, 0., was destroyed by
fire on the 28th ult, entailing a loss of
$225,000. The fire was caused by a gas
A Livrkpooi. dispatch of the 38th ult
reports that the British ship Bolan, from
Calcutta tor Liverpool, had foundered at
sea. Thirty-three lives were lost .
- About twenty representatives ' ot
cracker manufacturers in Northern
States met at Jackson, Mich,, on the
28U ult and formed an organization
with the object of maintaining a fixed
schedule of prloes, Among the cities
represented were Chicago, Buffalo,
Cleveland, Toledo and Detroit .
Ok the 38th ult Rev. Dr. Talmage
turned the first shovelful of earth for
the foundation of the new Tabernacle
at Brooklyn, N. Y. A large gathering
of people were present , ;
. CHHiMToniKB Griiieii, for many years
a loading Iron maker, died at Lancaster,
Pa., on the 28th ult, aged eighty-one
years. At various times he wss pro
prietor of furnaces In Pennsylvania and
Skrhrtaiiv Tract has swarded the
contract for building two of the new
8,000-ton cruisers to the Columbia Iron
Works and Dry Dock Company, of Balti
more, at their bid of $1,225,000. They
were the lowest blddors.
It was reported at Minneapolis,
Minn., on the 28th ult that the Pills
bury flour mills have finally been sold
to an English syndicate for the-sum of
15,250,000, and that the deal will go
into effect November L
Thb Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers, in session at Denver, Col., re
elected P. M. Arthur as Grand Chief on
the first ballot
Josiah W. KxiaRT, the oldest school
teaoher in Indiana, died at Evansvillo
an the 88th ult He wss born in New
Hampshire in. 1815 and has been a
teacher at Evansvllle over forty years.
Th barftot Roscoe Bros., confoctlon
rs, at Syracuse, N. Y., was burned o
the 28th ult Among the eight horses
jremated was Walklll Boy, record 2:22,
ralued at 95,000.
Remmmended by the highest medical
and chemical authorities, who totillfy to
Its flhunlute purity, wholcnomeneiu and
womlnrful strength. Every can guaran
teed to do the wdrlt of any other butting
powder cost Ins twice as much. Every
enn guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
purchase money refunded,
1 lb. Caa, SOe.1 H Ilk, 10e. H Ilk, Be. '
If your dealer doea not keep Crown, do not
let him peniuftfle you to buy Rome other he
claim, to be Juntas good, but askiilm to oblige
you by gottlug
SUCTKU'S CROWN BAKINO POWDER.
WBEE'JN. I Li-. ERIE RAILED S
TIME TABLE In Effect June 9, 1869.
EASTWARD. NoB NoT No Nolf
; ' . a. m. p m.ip. m. p m.
foledo i Lv in loo 4S5 7 4
Oak Hsrbor Ar 8 41 1 to 5 88 10 On
Fromont t 09 I 80 It)
Clyde : t i-i 8 8H SlO'No.l
Belleme ta; 2 50 t& i. m.
Monroeville Lv 5S SOft 648 (OS
Norwalk 1010 8 88 S55 ii;
Wellington 11 00 4 10 7 48 t 55
Creeton Lr 11 S 6 OS 8 80 8 48
OrrviUe.... Ar 1880 58S 8 58 4 10
Akron Ar 18S 9 11 5 85
Yonngnown 3 40 7 M
Plttiburgb 78S 160 6 15 11 if.
Orrville Lv 18 40 8 00 8 80 6 80
Mataillon Lv 1 80 8 40 7 00 7 OQ
Navarre 1 85 6 50 714 7 14
Valloy Junction Lv 8 0S 7 80 7 45
Canafnover... 8 50
Cambridge 4 84
Marietta Ar 7 (H
Valley Junction S 80 7 t 8 00 8 00
fiherrodavllle '845 8 00 840 840
Boweraton Ar t 68 8 15 10 II 10
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Muaillon . .. ....
Oak Harbor ,
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No. 88 No.87. No. S5 Lv. A- No,8 No,98
7 Onp.m. 8 05r " Mimroevllle 1160 8 67
7 16p.m. IU" TOHem Norwalk 10 80 6 8V
4 90 "730am Milan 9 48 6 04
4 60 " 8 00 " Huron 9 15 5 80
Train No. 8 run a to Monroeville only, bnt
hnwa time of L. 8. ft M. B. H'T No. 9 between
Monroeville and loiono, ror accomooaiion oi
Trmln No. 18 leavea Toledo 7:66 n. m.. Carrie
paaaengera from Toledo only to point went of
Tola roaa Iff Bow open tnrongn rrom -luieuo iu
Boweraton. eonnertlug witn me rennayivania aye
lem ror au oinia Heel.
Between Toledo, Cambridge and Marietta.
" " and Akron, Yonngatown and
" Chicago, Akron, Yonug-stown and Pitts-
M. D. WOODFORD. JAMBS M. BALL.
(Jen I Manager. uon I raaa. Agt
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on the box. None other is Genuine.
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Mr. W. II. Morgan, luoroliant, Like
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cases of such stubborn nr'fYoriT Kid
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your Extract Red Clover stands at the
bead of tits list. I have one more cancer
ous subject using it, and one of Bcrofou
Inus Ophtbalmy. Escb bsve not used It
Ion ii enouuh to report upon. , ' '
. I Please ship me (wo dozes-, Unties of
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: T AX A T I O N .
AMKNIJMENT NO. 1. ' -
Urctiiik t. Be It resolved by the General As-
aeniUly of the tstateof Ohlu, That a proposition
ui.uii I,. H.,i.miii..n t., ti, Miiii-tiirs of this btute
on the Brat Tuesday after the first Myiiday 'Q
Nuveniher. lHHil, te amend hectlon 2 of Article
Xll of tlieUonstttutlonoi ineoiaieoi vuio.ao
that it shall read as follows:
a Ti,nAniMii Amhlv ahall provide
for the ralalng of revenue for the support of
the slate and local novernmentsi but taxes
shall he uniform on the same cIhbs of subjects,
lliiryliiff Rroumls, public school houses, houses
used exclusively for public worship. Institu
tions of purely public cnamy, puune proiJarvy
used exclusively for any public purpose, and
personal property to en amount not exceeding
in value two hundred dollars for each Individ
ual, may, by Kt-neral laws, be exempted from
taxation) and the value of all property so ex
empted shall, from time to time, be ascertained
and published, as may be directed by law.
hicTiofa. At such election those electors
desiring to vote fur such amendment may have
placed upon their Daunts mo worus laxauun
Amendment Yes " and those opposed to such
amendment may have placed upon their bal
lots the words 'TaxatioS Amendment No."
Bsctioh 8. This amendment shall take effect
on the first day of January, 18B0. ,
r.L,br.m i.. LA.reun, .
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
TI1E0. F. DAVIS,
President pro tern of the Senate.
Adopted April 9, IBS!)., . , ,
UkitudBtatiso AWHict.Omo, I
Orrica or tiii StCBtriar or Utats.
T. Dnnlel J. Tlvan. Reereiervof Btateof the
State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore
going Is a true copy of a Joint resolution
adopted by the Hi-neral Assembly of the State
ol Ohio, on the xtli day of April. A. D. IW
taken from the original rolls lied In this omce
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name, and affixed my off)
bul olal seal, at Columbus, the 16th day ot
April, A. A, loft.. .
DANIEt J. RYAN.
Secretary of State.
The genuine McFHrland pill, and the only
genuine McKnrland pill sold In Wellington. U
to be had at Dr. J. W. Houghton's drug store.
This medicine will positively cure chronic and
Inflammatory rheumatism and -neuralgia,
chronic malaria, dyspepsia, sick headache and
all diseases of the liver and Kidneys, will,
also cure catarrh.'scrofula, salt rheum and all
diseases caused by Impure blond. It Is one ot
the best blood and liver remedies known, purl
lying the blood, creating a heallhy acUon of
the liver and kidneys, hence It eradicates
those diseases from Mie system. Those who
suffer with any of these diseases have only to ,.
try fnrthemselves to be convinced of its great
merits. Kvery box guaranteed. Price 1100
per box, or six for ffi. Pitt, days treatment In
each box. lie sure you get the genuine, manu
factured only by Jr. S. II. McKarlaad.Oberlla,
Ohio, and sold Id Butler by Ueorge Kehrer,
druggist. Should any one desire they can
order direct from Dr.C. H. McFarland.Oberlln, -where
all orders will receive prompt attention.
Send two 2-ceut stamps for sample boa free.
Heware of a fraud In Genoa, Ohio.
i"-' l.i.-i Nw LonDOK, 0.. Aug. lit, 1889.
DrC.H. McFarland.Oberlln, O.i ,
Da bis l inclose you money lor wnicq
please send me three boxes ot your excellent
piil. We can hardly keep house without
them., Address me here as I am here tempo
ran.,.,,, 'IV.B.FARRn. '
Formar pastor M. E. Church, Laliranae, 0. '
Great Medical Dis- - (
it -, -,
Tbli Mfdlire will ere
Rheumatlitn, NeuralgloJCSihsilc Malarfa. I)MPpala. .
Hlrk Headarha and .11 dlMirjM of Uia Llvar and
Kldmya. Alan will tor CatarrU Berofula, Bait
Ittieum, andaddlaaVtiliAlameauaedfroin Impure
Moud. Hlsune iftAfl 'T)4u fihwd an4 Liver reme
dies known., .it pnellrtlnblKifl. mM a hoaltliy
action of tile I'Vf a,ini(inM.r JIin-; It aradlrtea
theae rilneaaca fniftv rue afrtb AufTrrlDg
vlibtheMdtwi-aaea, try a -, o(-a.ia uvit medical
dlacowry, Sad be eonvlDa-tl or ia liioilla. Kvery
!mk Kuaranteed (o give aatlifaetlon, or mosey re
fuodi-d. KlfiydayatrvatmeDtineachbox, price SI
per box. or alt boxes for IS. Be sare JDO f et tbe
guauiae - - -
SoIdonlWat Welllnrtoxt, of Dr. T-
W. Honehton .
Bhooldany onedealre, ttieyoan order direct fron
Dr. C. II MarFarland. Akron, O. Thli la tbe cele
brated medicine delivered to tbeclttsenaof Welllu
ton laal February and heretofore only beea sold by
tbe Doctor MUberlin
Cavests.andTrt.de Marks obtained, and A
Patent business eonducted for Moderate Fee
1 OaromaelsopposlteU.e.PateatOOIpa., W)
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cost than those remote from Washing
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olisrire. Our fee not dim til I patent It secured" '
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one bund red abort eturlaa will be glvao during tha raw.'-
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