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- A A .-Cototoooi4 woo i GOOD ADVERTISING I ' MEDIUM.., ; ISSUED XVKBT .' WEDNESDAY, j ''0. ; A Family ITewspaper Dovotod to th. Xatorcst of Lorain County and Violnlty. : WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1889. NO. 15. VOL. XXIII. HE , THE SMKRPRISS, Published .very Wednesday, a WELLINGTON, OHIO.' , . Timi wf iwWcriwtioat t...... :.. BU Month.... Thni Month. w ATTOEirEYS-AT-LAW. . J. T. HASKELL. Loan, and Oollectloni made a .specialty Office In bank building. J. H. DICKSON, ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW, and tolloitoro! American and Foreign WEST SIDI PUBLIC BQUABE, WELLINGTON. - OHIO. NOTARY PUBLIC. r R. COODWIN, iMurmoe. Ajrent and It. Notary Public In.uranoe, Vo, morV mures, Willi, leases, contracts, elo.. written la neat and leiral manner. Offio. or.r Sen, s boot and ihoa .tore. TONSORIAI TJI!I1 ROBINSON, th. Barber, ke.pt kwlkofwlatowa. Only IrtMlau workmen mplorwi. A full aaaortm.nt of balr oil., po udM and hair wtoratlyaa. Fin. bath-rooms kot and cold wtr sad U neomry oonrDt- k lA. t lklif OKNTI818. If J. HOLBHOOfcC, DwiUrt. Omew over huiim i lore, in Dana suiiainv. falUnrtoa. Ohio. Nitrous oilil. ga. admin- Itoraa tor ta. UHHiiH as Maw. SmrteUa'a Art Gallery .-Picture. In or erVVlyle aid riant up'wltb (bo time.. nk, or Water Color, and eopylug from old picture. Old negative, all preserved and .u plicate, can be bad at any time. Uallery over JWWIOr.MUItlvwiIt - Picture, of all kind.. Finest work and lateit ttyle.. Copying and enUrglng in crayon, ina and Pastel. Special attention to toe oaoie. CresUr'a Blook, Wellington, O. PHY8ICIANS. B. HATHAWAY M. D. aPICIlLTIClli " TUctal di.eaM. .nd dlaeaar. of the bUdderand kidney.. Pllsa.nlcer.tion of tbe rectnm, latuia n eno, assure, ana .11 prer.uiu. uikuc. .1 w. ectam treated by an Improved .item, without pain or d.tenllon from buainea.. Ui.ca.0. of th. bladder .nd kldneyslreated only ..... . ..ufni .ni hmnr ii I v. nf the urine. I 1 ,M Carpenter Block Wellington, O VETEEINAEY SURGEON. R. G. HOLLAND, Order, received at Telephone Exchange nd at jr. u reu s arug store. Graduate Toronto Veteri narv College, class '87, ; K B. PRATT, ;. Wimi km ul Dentist. Over twenty-five year, of practice. Order, received at Adams' and llouiihton'S drug a tores. Horses stl 1 1 taken for treatment at my table oa Courtluad Avenue. . , -a JEWELERS. J. H. WIGHT, Sole Agent, Dealer In Clocka, Walchea, Jewelny, 611 erware, Oold Pena, etc No. 8, Public Square. Wellington, Ohio. BARRETT & WAIT, Livery and Feed Stable. South Side Meohanio Street, first door east of American House. Carriages for funerals Inside corporation, II NOTICE. Its Omnibus anil Transfer Line. Oooveyl PaetengWa and Baggage to and from trains or residence.. Also " lecls ' and " distributee KXFBBae, doing a eneral expressing and package business. Leave, ordere or .telephone,;. Americas I': fficfo J. J. THOMAS, Maaufutuirer Of And DwU.r la Monuments 5 Tombstones ' 'Ktraratkino-nartalnlntT to cemetery work will receive prompt attention at price, to suit the times. (2' PLAWINQ MILL. D L. fTADSWOBTH A CO.. Ilannfaetnms of and dealer. In Sooxat Bsvali ava.4 Bllaa.d Cheese and Butter Boxes,.all kinds ol Lumber, Lath, Shingles, iiattena, noum. lngs and Flooring. Siding made and Sup face Planing done to order on short no tics. WELLINGTON, 0. f aw it S. F. BLACK, f!nTit.r.f!t,rir and Builder. -: Flans and estimates made, , Job wrvrfc tA nil . kinds. Orders bv mail promptly attended to. 46-ly Dr. H. E. Warren, Office and residence In Post office build lng. Calls answered at all hours in city or country. Offlea Hour. 2 to 5 p- m. Pratt & Herrick, - mu ni: m flouh store, Free delivery to any part ol the corpor ation. Kailroaa street, Wellington, v. COAL! NEW FIRM! COMJ 11. L. BUSH & CO Would respectfully announce to the ettlzenj Wj.iiini.tnn thut thevare now on deck, and prepared to take order, for all kinds of hard and soft ooal which they will .ell fee oasb at tne lowest uvin. pnoe.. a auaia ui your patronage 1. solicited 22tf M.L.BU8H A CO. CHRI3TIH & BENNETT MiHCACTtIMES OF CABRUGK8, WAttOSS AND SLKIGH8 or XTBRT SISOBimOX. EEPAIRIITO A SPECIALTY. C. E. SUTLIFF, DSAIiEU Z2T COAL Anthracite. Masslllon, Jaokson and Bloasburg. . Terms Cash and Prices Low. Ofilce 'oA'WeSl Liberty St., TelephoneS TRAVELERS' REGISTER. Ill L1IMII.U1.11. From and after Oct. 8, 1889. trains will pus ington as follow.: ' CENTRAL STANDARD TME. - OO1N0 WEST. Wel- No 8 Cln. at Col's Ex N0 11-N.Y. bt.L. Ux No. 27 Columbus Ex()rn....... .. No. -Ni)iht Kx... Mo.81-LocIKreinUt OOINO BAST. So a-Nlghl Bx..'. No.M -Columbus Aeeom.......... . Mo. Cluciunatl A Cleve'd Ex.. NoJB-Local Freight Nos. 9 , 11 and 8 run dally. - 8:48 2M :' 8:0U p.m p.m p. m .m :8." 9:l l:4S a. m a. m p.m, p.m. mum i ii:: ceie unm; AMD Cleveland & Marietta E. E. from and afterJuneS, 1W9. tralnswlllpass Well ' OOINO EAST Standard Tim . s.C.ta.m. , , 11.00 a.m. ..4.10p.m. . ...7.44 pm. So. 1. No. 5.. No. T. No. 9.. No. 4. OOINO WEST. ,.10. 65s. m. No. 8 I!5,,,n Ha. H No. 10 a. m no., iidhu unj . , '.t t,: Vnrtharlnfnrm.tionlnressrdto this Una will beroifDdonp.fea. .OBEBLIN. Arrtv. dally, 1:00 a. m. Depart, I JO p. III'NTIKOTON. HULI.IVAN .nd POLK. 4,rrlv daily. ll:i. m D.nvn. '"- PENFIELD. Arrive dallv.da.m. . Departiu...m O- S-C3-B 5C CO., 1 GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS For Fire, Life, Aocldent and Tornado. The best companies in me uniira nutvr. minf sented by us. OITIce north side Liberty street second floor Wadsworth block. 31tt Builnett College Stand, at the head. Oberlin College Writing Dep't, Oberlin Hchool of stenography and Type-wruing, ana uoerun jjusinea. ourKc, ft mnncid. RsneaaM low. instruction thor ough and courwe complete. Circulars free. Address atcKHSft HKNBBKSON, Obatlla, O- COSSCMPTION SURELY CURED. ; !' To fits) iDrooa-Piaaa. Inform your read. "tn that I have a positive ramady for th. abov Mmejd disease, liy IU tlmelr oae thoosand. o hopeless eases hv. baea permanently cured ' I .hall t gla4 to awid two bottle. .1 my reroe- n an tt nn wmAr tar ho hnVTlf aWMa sumption II ater will send me their express and poet offle. address. BMpectfiillv. ., , it Bitltrtl It Cif Stt:;iiCs:::ii:ti, All About the Happening and Special Events In their Immediate Tlclnlty. VMTIMOTOM. ' ., Nor. S.W. Rev.CL. Pappenhagen the pastor of the M.S.' church Is here and preached Babbath morning and evening. His goods will be shipped here this week and bis wife ' and daughter will come next week. The Baptist W. H. M. Soc.; meets with Mrs. Geo. Bradntjr, in . Wellington,, on rhursdayot this week. - The Methodist W. H. M. Soc., meets with Mrs. Darius Wells oo Wednesday of toll week. ' . ' The Baptist social meet at James Hand leys on Thursday evening. Mrs. Blakelee Is having her house painted, new windows put in and nice little addition put on to the back for kitchen and wood-shed. This will add much to ber comfort. , Carl Newton and his wife have a little boy born Oct, 12tf. Carl was formely a Huntington boy but he now lives In Cleve land. . , Charley LUlle spent last Tuesday at his aunt's Mrs. Edgar Nimocks. Mrs. Llllie Richmond spent most of last week In Peofleld when she came home her little sister Yickie came with her. Mr. and Mrs Alta Man have a Ittle girl bdm Nov. 8. There was a dance at the hotel last Thursday evening, the bouse was full. Ed Eelseyand wife Irom Lodl were there and some irom Rochester and Wellllng- ton. Everybody had a good time; and went home early. Frank Smith in witting home from Terre Haute says: I went with Dr. Elder and wife to the First Congregational church last Sunday evening and bad an eloquent sermon by the pastor Rev. J. H. Crum, he taught the Center school over thirty years sgo and those who attended his school never tire ol speaking in his praise. Mr. Elbert Chapman has the nomina tion of Land Appraiser. Republican meeting at the town hall on Monday evening, by home talent. I Mrs. Geo. bummer went to Cleveland lait'Fnduy wlt8 her little girl to iin her husband who la in business tbere. Mrs. M. R. Smith goes to Euclid on Thursday ol this week for a visit. A Literary society will be organized at town hall Friday evening Nov. -IS, those who are Interested both old and young please attend. LA GRANGK. Nov. 4. "80. Mr. Bnndall of Kansas is visiting his parents. ' Mr. Buxter of Baldwin University preuoned In ihe M. E. church yesterday. S. Miller was nominated for real estate issesHor at Republican caucus Sat urday evening. Horace Knowles has put down a new sidewalk in front of his premises. 0. P. Wilcox of Columbus University, C. II. Wilcox ond Edson Durand of Bald win University, Mark Snyder and Leon Ryan of Oberlin College, spent Sunday la town with their friends. . ' . Mrs. Wooler and two children oi Lin coln, Nebraska, and Mrs. Beldlng, of St. Louis mado an unexpected call upon their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Elliott, one night last week. - Miss Herrlck hastwo rather voluminous story writers In ber grade. Flora Ingalls aged 18, Sarah Schwartz, aged 12, excel not only .In eindics but have produced during the term soveral readable stories. Some young men of town were not sat- siitisfled to perform some boyish pranks on halloweeo, ut. must do some things that came near resultlug seriously ' in more ways than one. It is hoped that this will be the last time In tbis town Fun is tun, but destruction of property Is an entirely different affair. ' Toi.rs Dnn.T. 'i , ,' PITT8F1ELD. ; Nov! 4, 1880. Mr. Gunn our grocery man Is very lame with Inflammatory rheumatlsm.can hardly navigate even with the aid ot a couple of canes. Mrs. Robert Fulton continues very sick without much likelihood of being any better. ; . Hon. Avery, ol Cleveland, addressed the citizens ot PlttsQeld at the town hall on Saturday evening giving some information with regard to the proposed Constitutional Amendments. - Owing to the muddy roads there wu not very large attend ance still . Democrats Republicans sod Prohibition 1st. were represented. DiDOn the 2nd, Inst. ; Mrs. Uriel Norton aged r 75 years.'. ' The deceased came to PltlseJld In, 1885. consequently wssonsof the old . settlers, there being I very ff V.? ,'i?T'' Vj tstpj wVn ; ie and ber husband settled here. Mr. W.W.Harvey occupied the pulpit of the M. E. church Sunday morning, in the afternoon Rev. TJ. Richards conducted the religious services connected with Mrs. Norton's funeral. No public service in the evetilns;. . ., O. S. Sheldon our new postmaster has put In a full stock of family groceries and U now prepared to deal out mall,molasses, coffee, t, candy and tobacco 3k. N. ' ' ' " .... Died, in PV.tsfleld on Saturday morning Nov.S, lP89,Mrs. Eliza Norton, wife of Uriel Norton, aged 75 yean. Funeral at the bonne on Sunday, Nov. 8, a large con course of friends and atrnatptancee attend, Ids;, the leaves a husband and five child ren, 'three daughters' and two tons to mown her lota. Mr. and Mrs. Norton moved Ms from Connecticut and settled on the f'.rm where he now lives 58 years ago. They were married 54 year ago the 80th di: 'f September '.'' .;.'.,.";.; NoV. 4, if. : New is dull in this place, but may be more lively after election. ' ' , Clayttia Mann came home to help elect Foraker. He has lived In Cleveland long enough to think that things look very small lq this little town round here. . . , Mrs. Luther Oould has bad a relapse and Is very feeble. Mrs. M-B. Parmely Is up again bavins; bad a very serious time with her foot R. B. Uarvant wu married to Mrs. Mc DonaM of Homer. ' 'The Indies of the Disciple church gave an oy at. r supper at the new' hotel on Tuesdi y evening Nov. 5. . Deo. " . 1 '" PENriKLD. ... f, -. i,.',; . Nor. 5, -89. Mr- Milan Cone's little boy hat been very shVwlthtn the past few days. Dr. Moody, of Chatham, has been In attend ance, iu.l at loKt accounts the little fellow was Improving anc was In a fair way for a speiy recovery., , ..Rev. 0. Lawrence bis been granted a leave o absence for a .touple of weeks, and rumor says be has "gone off" to get married, and the prospect latbattheM. E. parsonage will have a mistress M pre side over1 it ' Quit'j a change in the weather; very eol siid ronds are becoming good aal n t Geo, 8tnitb bos been on the sick list.. ' . , - latkh. liiitiaalau was qdite ao exciting poo. the only particular fight being; over Land Appraiser. . The vote stood : Fornker, 101. Camplell, 52, Krebs, 113, Richmond, 53. .... Jake. . . bbiohtox. . . . ; , . Nov. 4, '80. D. M. Hull Is laid up with a broken ankle, caused by stepping on a stone. Mr. and Mrs. James Johns, of Fostorla, 0., are visiting friends in town. . Mrs. A. Braman Is -Inking friends and old neighbors in the south west part of town. ' The old friends and neighbors of Mrs. Wm. Hall gave her a plt asant surprise on Monday, at B. H. HurhertV on th anni versary of ber 0th birthday. She was the recipient . of ' several very ,' nice prevents.' We hope she will see many more such pleasant days. ' C. P. Ronk made a assignment of Ihe Early Dawn ( renmury to John Bennett, Tburadny. D. M. Hall Is putting blinds on his house, which improves the looks of it very much. Married, Thursday, Mr. Andrew Hull of this place, und Miss M. Nichols of Well Ington. II. 6. Seeley has moved to Wellington. The principle topic of talk here Is the suspension of our creamery. Rovkh. srtxetn. Nov. 6 '80 Mr. and Mrs. Sboefelt from Masrillon spent Saturday and Sunday at R. B. Hart's. . Henry Otneroid is borne on a visit. The F. W. B. Ladlia' Aid Society will meet.with Mrs. F. Grissinger. The young people are all invited in the eveoing. The Indian lecture will commence Thursday evening of this week and last two weeks. . The F. W. B. church choir will hold a concert Saturday evening, November Otis. Every one is invited to come and bring their ten centv Miss Ida Andrews is home on a visit. Henry Franks is building a new bam. Mr. Huffman, wife sod daughter, Llllie, have return! from their visit in the west W. D. Orr and son took In Lltcbileld, Tuesday. .,., . Mr. and Mr Elmer ' Firestone hsve moved over on the Smith road, where he expects to teach school. Gladh. I. hsve used Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy la my family and consider U the best I have ever tried.-rW. J. Flowers, Dora vllle. Ga. 60 cent bottles for sale by Fred t Fcit, Drugr' . ,: r, ;.. Waahinftoa Letter. y From oar Begalar CorratpoiuU&t. , Washihotok, Nov. 1, 1889. Secretary Noble has undoubtedly made 'seme, serious political mistake since ha assumed the management of the Interior Department but his slashing attact this week upon the 'cattle ring" which It try ing to prevent the opening oi the Chero kee outlet . to settpMaent, deserves the approbation oi the country and will be certain to receive it He has written a very strong letter to .Gen. FarchUd, chair man of the Commission now negotiating with Ihe Cherokee, Indians for the pur chase of these lands, t which he shows the authority of the government to acquire possession of these lands, and notifies the "cattle barons' that toty must remove their property therefrom oo or before the first day ot Jun. This will probably be anrorlslnr news to the "cattle fine" which has had its own way tq long thai Jit hat bcSnn to think its power greater than that of the Government All honor to Secretary Noble for the decided and courageous stand he bat taken upon this Important question. Commissoner of Pensions Raum Issued bis first orders concerning the mettds ot business In the Pension Office this week One Of them provides that all claims in volving large sums of money shall, after being prepared for adjudication, be sent to the desk of the Commissioner for his approval before the pension certificate Is Issued. This involves a lot ol very bard work for Gen. Raum. The Commissioner also held a consultation with Secretary Noble in relation to the reraied .employes of the office, but no conclusion was reached. Of the thirty-tlx war veterans dismissed from the Treasury Department during the last administration, twenty-lour have been reinstated, and Assistant Secretary Batcheller says the others will be put back as fast as vacancies occur. The Civil Service Commlaaion has pretty fight on Its bands now. It pro- proses to prosecute the Old Dominion League, an association of Virginia Repub licans, because It sent a circular to Vir ginia officeholders inviting them to con tribute to the campaign fund. Neither of the men who prepared and sent the cir culars, not those who received the con. contributions are o01cebolders,but upon the letterheads on which the circulars were printed, are the names of - three office holders, who are officers of the association. These will doubtless be the ones selected by the. .CUil HServlce ' Commlseo ior prosecution that hi It the wholo To'lDg not a bluff on the part of the commission The latest "drop-a-nicLle-ln-tbe-slot" machine Is new here on exhibition, It feeds out postal cards and stamps, and its owner wants the Government to adopt It Note from Other Towns. 01IEIII.IN. Mayor DjIo took a run down to Find lay oue day this week, but municipal affairs moved along smoothly notwith standing His Honor's absence We do not know of any town in tbis section of the State that is making a better growth, or that Is going ahead as rapidly with less noise and bluster than Oberlin. It is a steady, substantial growth that we are having United States flags are kept floating over seve "t! of the public school buildings In Cleveland. The same custom prevails in some otiier places. In some instances the expense has been paid by the School Board, and in others by a collection amoog the pupils. A flag over the Oberlin High School building would present a handsome and patriotic appear ance A Republican caucus wss held ut Town hall on Tuesday evening to nomi nate a Real Estate Assessor for Russia (own.hlp. On the second ballot A Gillett, Kik., received 74 votes and was declared nominated. Mr. Gillett was called out und made a short speech. Mr Olllnt has been a resident of the township lor forty yeurn, ias held the office of justice of Ihe pHiice nnd councilman and lll discharge the dutb' ofjthe position faithfully and honestly A lleull Merchants' Pro li-ctivir Association mei atlliu Park Motive, on Friday evening, and completed the or ganization by Htloplll 4 rru-miiliillnn Ht.ll electing olllceie. Tin- olij-. t of the Ar tocinlioH is for mutual proiicliou ul'uI.isi ii class of curtomwrs k to n 'ut 'iU'..d Ileitis" wlio exbmi-t th. ir rr.-dit In no place ami then no tij anolhfi'. Aayrletn of notices tiidi-limU'iiM II lie useil.auil ns h lust rewirt ibo wtm icIiism l pr.y ihelr il.'bts utilioul a vhIiiI Mvip or who have fraudulently ei itmcti'il i.elnajN to be put on n"blnck lint" whit lt Is lurrfshed each, member. Slmilnr organizations exist in Elyrla aud Wellington, aod other towns all conuected itli a central organ Ization with heailiiuartirs lu. Columbus. Oberlin News, - - ' ' MEDrHA. ' ' ' , Emery Yoxteimcr, who runs a eaw mill In the southern part of Homer township, felt- on a circular taw while at work last in the taw while In motion, He was at! most Instantly killed, the saw . passing almost entirely through' hit abdomen, He wu about thirty-two years of1 age, and . leavea a wife and child...... Th trial . jury wu discharged for the tenn Tuesday noon, and the work of. the comnyw pleu court It about completed for the term. It ; win remain open for several weeks for confirmation ot land sale Mrs Pha- be Painter, wife of Rev. Wm. H. Painter, formerly resident of Medina county, died . at her borne In. LaUrange last Monday; : : The funeral service, were held in La Grange oa Wednesday, tad the body wu ' ' brought to Weymouth for burjaf. All ' the larger cities and some ol the smaller ' ones too In the Bute ire arranging to have the stars and stripe, wave over the school building each day the school It in session. Why la it not proper for Medina to have the same f Letaflye and ten cent tub. crjptigB fee UkeOa-fJla purckursad presented; to be followed-by 'appropt iute exercises by the school and others. ; .V."A ' change took place in the management of the American House last 8aturday. Mr. L. E. Tyler, who has conducted the hotel to successfully for a number of years, has leased the tame to Mr. E. E. Standen, re cently proprietor of the Medina steam laundry, an experienced hotel man. He was formerly clerk In the American House, and managed the American House In Wellington, under the ownership of the late Mr. J. M. Dlckerman Frequent cornplaintt hsve recently been made that boys are destroying and disfiguring pot-' ters and advertising bills around t own.' . Tbis Is an offense to which a heavy pen-' afty Is attached, and boys should be care ful or. they will lie prosecuted . . . . . .The floes assessed in common pleu court last Tuesday aggregated over twenty-three hundred dollars The term of Comi mod Pleu Court for Medina county for ' 1800 have been fixed on March 17, June 10 ' and December 1 Medina Gazette. Dr. Taliuage on License. Published by request of a Prohibitionist) ' Now let us have a high lfcense for theft Get ready your excise commit- . sionera We will have $5,000 or $10,000 high license for theft We must somehow , put down these small criminals who are stealing doormats and postage-stamps and chocolate-drops. For high license we will give to a few men the privilege of running off with $30,000 of the Newark bank, or watering the stock In a railroad company, taking $250,000 at one clip. Now. I shall have this license very high,, T $10,069 for-aheft, amUo fJiat war vi . shall put an end to all these sneak-thieyes and two-penny scoundrels and wharf-rats, and all hail to the million-dollar riacalat Yon will never put down theft in this country nntil you give a few people for high license all the privilege of stealing. Then there is the evil of blasnhemv. Let us for a high license say $10,000 gather hundred men of the hottest tempers, and the fiercest tongues, nnd the most spiteful against God and decency. Having gathered tins precious group to do all the blasphemy of the country at high license, give them full sweep to extinguish all theso small swearers, who always swear on a small scale, sod who never get beyond "By George!" or "My Stars 1" or Dam it 1" Extirpation of small swearer. You will never put down blasphemy in this country except by high license. And the sin of murder I Why, your law against it is a failure. Murder on Long Island, murder in Illinois, murder In Pennsylvania, murder all over. It It almost impossible to convict one of the despersdnes. He proves an alibi right away. Or he did It under emotional In sanity. Court-bouse full of sympathizers, and when he is cleared the crowd follow . hira down the street, thinking he ought to be sent to Congress! Your law against murder Is a failure! Now we have got to slop these clumsy assassins who will kill the people wilb car-hooks and Paris green and doll knives, and having a high licence ssy $10,000 or $20,000 give to few men the privilege of genteelly and skillfully and gracefully putting their vic tims out of their worldly misfortunes. You will never stop murder in this coun try until you put a high license upon it, and let a lew men do all the killing. But, my dear tr lends, all irony aside, you see that if rum-selling Is right we ought to have the right; If it Ii wrong, $.5,000,000 paid down In hard cash for one license ourht ' to produce no immunity. Western Christ ian Advocate.' '" ' At Mils season of the year people can not be too caretul about keeping their bowels regular. Bilious and . malarial diseases are otten brought on by allowing the bow els to become torpid. ' An occasional does of W. Patrick's fills Is all that would be required ana might prevent serious sick ness, "or tale by Fred D. Felt Druggist Salvation Oil rs the best and greatest external remedy yet discovered. It cure, rheumatism or neuralgia In one or two days, ' Price 25 cents. . .., ,- v u. t. ' The worst feature about catarrh Is Its. dangerous tendency . . to consumption Hood s Sarsaparilla cures catarrh by pnri. fylne; the blond. -.-,. 45 I ! ... i , i. w ,..