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- 4 B.BMitH, Proprietol. -
General News Summary.
Interesting- Home and Foreign Newt.
The United States steamer Charleston
.'was accepted for the Government on tho
Oth by Seoretary Tracy. A telegram re
ceived from the contractors, the Union
Iron Works of San Francisco, stated that
they would waive m further trial.
The niarriaire of Eon. Thomas F. Bay
' ard, ex-Secretary of Bute, and Miss May
Clymer took place at Washington on the
.1th. The ceremony tu conducted pri-,
.tately and without ostentation. ,
'' The President on the Tth appointed
i William W. Bates, of New .York, to be
i Commissioner of Navigation, andTrlnl
;ndad Romero to be United States Mar
, "shal of New Mexloo. ,. '
A proclamation admitting Montana to
Statehood was issned by tho President
on the 8th.
' Tho military reservation at Fort
Hayes, Kan., has been reduced by order
of Secretary Proctor, and the released
, portion turned over to the Secretary of
. the Interior for disposition. The amount
thus added to the publio territory Is
about four sq'are miles. ,
The work f collecting tho material for
the tenth census will require the serv
ices of ITS supervisors and 43,000 enu
merators. The latter force will be em
ployed only six weeks. Thoy will be re
quired to report to the Washington of-
'. floe daily by postal card. Their pay will
average $4 per day, The supervisors
will receive not less than WOO, and In
the caso of those stationod at the larger
cities the remuneration will be several
times this sum.
Near Haverhill, Mass., on the 6th two
children of Jeremiah Sbaw, a boy and
girl, aged ruspoctlvcly three and Ave
years, were found dead, buried in a sand
bank, near their homo, whuro thoy had
boen at play.
Ephraim D. Ellsworth, father of the
famoui-Coloncl Elmer E. Ellsworth, the
first victim of the civil war, died re
' eently at Mechanicsville, N. Y., at the
age of cighty-ono years. ' .,
Miss Catherine Drexel, beiross to over
. $5,000,000, on tho 7th received the, white
veil in tho chapel of the Sisters of Mercy
, convent in I'ilaburgh. The ceremonies
were conducted secretly, but 'lew per
sonal friends tieing present
The plurality of Brackett -(Republican)
for Governor of Massachusetts is
' 5,984.
The women's auxiliary of the Board of
Missions of the Episcopal Church in the
1 United States held their annual meeting
', at Bridgeport, Conn., on the 7th.. . Mrs.
,'. Elixabetu 11. Colt, of Hartford, presided,
: -and over 1.000 delegates were present
Reports inado by the secretary and treas
urer showed gratifying results during
the year.
'f - Revised election retirnsrocflvedfrqin
' ' all counties in I'ennsylvanlatnake the
' plurality for Boyer (Rep.)' for State
Treasurer 63,231. .
The Austrian bark Joseph II. sailed
on the 7th from Providence, R, I., for
.,, Rotterdam with 8100,000 worth of cotton
seed oil. This is the first direct foreign
cargo that has left that port for the last
half century.
- The decision of Judge Beach in refus
ing to grant a mandamus compelling the
. ' Calvary Cemetery authorities o allow
the remains of John McGulro, who died
I while attending an Anti-Poverty Society
) , meeting, to be Interred in thai come
:i tery, has been -affirmed by-the New
ii Tork Supreme Court. Judges Barrett
.and Van Brunt wrote affirmative opln
.' Ions, Judge Daniels dissenting. " ;
The committee appointed to audit the
accounts of the Pittsburgh , relief com
mlttee for the sufferers of the Johns
town flood, has completed its. work The
, report showed that the contributions
from the various cities and countries re-i-
eelved by the commltteo ..aggregated
834,292.03, of which $560,000 was trans
ferred to the State flood relief comtnls
, slon. A cash balance is still on hand of
44,463.63. ,
. Father Ellng, a well-known Mothodist
missionary, diod at New Bruswick, N.
J., on the 4th. lie was known .all over
New Jersey as tho "canal missionary,"
. having worked for years among the
boatmon on the canaL
The decision of the lower court in
the Samuol J. Tildcn will case has been
reversed by the decision of the general
term of the Now York Supreme Court
and a new trial ordered.
At Utlca, N. Y., o the 8th Judge
Merwin granted a motion to vacate the
ordor of arrest of Contractor Sullivan
' from connection with the Assembly cell
ing fraud.
By tho fall of a scaffolding at the in
sane asylum on Blackwell's Island, New
, York on the 8th, six men were Injured
but none fatally.
The body of Captain C. Marcus Schoon
maker, who lost bis life in the burricano
at Samoa, was Interred at Kingston,
, N. Y., on the 7th. Brief services, at-
tended only by immediate relatives, were
St Patrick's Roman Cathollo church
i in Utlca, N. Y., was burned on the 8th.
' 1 There are suspicions that the fire was
',' pf Incendiary origin. The insurance is
about $2S,000.
'' ' William B. Hart State Treasurer of
; . Pennsylvania, died at Harrisburg on
I the 8th.
i f .The Johns Hopkins university has re
eelved a gift of $100,000 from Mrs. Caro
line Donovan, of Baltimore,, A chair of
English literature will be established.
Business failures occurring through
wllthe country durinf the seven days
ded November . aaniber for the
, Polled States 288 and for Canada 89.
i l"0f tte corresponding week of last year
the figures wen 194 and W. i -, :
A freight and - gravel train. coUidsd
' .,' vVr Altoona, P a on tb b. Braka
" man William Stevens, of the freight
Xi WM killed and two others injured.
,.. The buHinesh atlairs of Daniel Carnal'
ohael an extensive manufacturer of wall
jtaper In Amsterdam, N. Y., are reported
in bad shape. He baa conveyed all bis
property to his brother, ex-Mayor John
Carmlchael, for $91,000. The latter en
deavored to meet Daniel's obligations
but as much of the paper maturing
.proved to be forged, he declined to ac
cept any more of it - The indebtedness
will, it Is said, be about WM,6oO.'.'TbV
forgeries will approximate $90,000.
General William 8. Lincoln, son of the
late Governor Levi Lincoln, and presi
dent of the Thirty-fourth Massachusetts
. Regiment Association, died at Worces
ter, Mass., on the 8th, aged seventy
eight years.
-. Richard Pbilbius, who seven years ago
robbed bis employer, W. R. Nixon, 'a
Chicago commission merchant of $5,600
in jewelry and silverware, while acting
' as his butler, was arrested on the 9th al
Buffalo, N. Y., for the crime.
A syndicate of Pittsburgh, New York,
Philadelphia and Rochester capitalists
have bought the -principal street rail
ways of Rochester, N. Y., for $3,250,000.
- Dave Wambold, one of the best known
negro minstrels in the country, died in
New York on the 10th.
A battery of five boilers at Pardee A
Co.'s coal mine near Uaxolton, Pa., ex
ploded on the 10th, killing Johp Burke,
Fred Munck and Joseph Rand. Cold
water in a hot boiler was the cause.
Elmer Gross and Frank Anderson,
rival lovers, nearly killed each other in
j a priio fight near Wllkesbarre, Pa., on
' the 9th. Anderson can not recover.
! Georgo Francis Train was released
from jail at Boston, Mass., on the 9th,
by ordor of Judge McKlm. The judge
said he did notbellove Train sufficiently
insane to be dangerous to himself or
others, nor to be ordered to an asylum;
neither did he believe him to be suf
ficiently sane to be held for debt
An investigation into the administra
tion of the funds of Brown University at
Providence, R. I., by tho late registrar,
Oilman P. Robinson develops an embes
zlomont of $17,000. Robinson was ar
rested on the 10th and held rn $8,000 ball.
Frank Frost the defaulting cashier of
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
was bonded by the Fidelity and Casualty
Company of New York. This company
secured bis, arrest conviction and sen
tence to imprisonment A peculiar fea
ture of his sentence is that he must
serve In addition to his regular sentence
one day for every dollar be stole. This
will add nine year to his term of im
prisonment ' v
,-, The following changes appear in the
woekly statement of the New York
associated, banks, Issued op, the, ,9th:
Reserve decrease $1381,825; loans in
crease, $1,618,300; specie increase 8573,
100; logal tenders decrease, $3,571,000;
deposits decrease, $478,700; circulation
increase, $5,100. The banks hold $780,
850 less than the twenty-five per oent
rule. , ,.
At Buffalo, N. YM on the 9th the boiler
of the tug Comet exploded, badly wreck
ing the boat and injuring two of. the
crew. Engineer Daniel Legrow' was
blown fifty feet into the air and fell Into
the canal, where he was picked op. ' '
. '..WIST .AND OUTH. t
WhilecCharles Lawson was blowing
up stumps near Everett Mo., a few days
ago he yneartbed a can which contained
$750 in gold and silver coin. , The
treasure is supposed to havo been
buried during the war. .
The deepest snoweverknown in Texas
was on the ground on the 8th. It was
six Inches deep and there were drifts of
nine feet
On the 8th a fire at Columbus, O., de
stroyed the new six-story building occu
pied by the Pioneer Buggy Company,
entailing a loss of $100,000; Insurance,
The bark Clara McPberson has ar
rived at Astoria, Ore., with Captain
Williams and eighteen men of the Brit
ish bark General Plcton, which burned
at sea September 14, . The. Mcpherson
came up in time to save the crew. . . , ;
A family named Parker, consisting of
parents and seven children, was drowned
by the capsixing of a boat while cross
ing a stream near Yauqulma City, Ore.,
on the 8th.
Simon Walker, of Chesterfield County,
Va., the negro boy who committed an
outrage upon Mary Quinn, aged eleven
years, and who was twice sentenced to
be hsnged and respited, the last time
until November 8, has bad bis sentenoe
commuted by the Governor to twenty
years In the penitentiary.
' Pig? Vann was banged on the 8th at
Summerville, Ga., for the murder of
North White, May 1, 1886. The day be
fore bis execution he made a vain at
tempt at suicide by cutting bis throat
On the 8th a fleot of thlrtoen coal
barges were snnk in the Ohio river be
low Parkersburg, W. Va., Involving a
loss of $30,000.
John Brewer, a colored caterer of Pe
tersburg, Va., was on the 8th fined by
tho Mayor $1,000 and required to give a
peace bond penalty of $500, for using in
cendiary language on the public street
A boy supposed to be Willie Dickin
son, who so mysteriously disappeared
about eight years ago and for whose re
covery a reward of $3,000 is offored, has
been found in the Boys' and Girls' Home
at Los Angolos, Cal. The boy's father
resides at Bessemer, Mich.
A fire at Atchison, Kan., on the 8th
destroyed eight business houses and th
depots of the Chicago, Burlington A
Quincy, and Chicago, Rock Island ft Pa
cific roads. Loss, $100,000. The fin
was caused by a lamp explosion.
A fire at Kausas City, Mo., on the Qtfc
destroyed the three-story brick bulldins,
on West Sixth street occupied by Petei
Tlernan as a job printing establishment
and the A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Com.
pany. The losses, which are covered bi
lnsuranoe, are: A. N. Kellogg Newspa
per Company, stock, $40,000; Peer Tier
nan, ulldlng and stock, $40,000., . ' ;
At Chicago on the 9th Judge Bakei
granted the, application of Alexandei
Sullivan for release from the bail o
$35,000 in which tie was held by the or
oner in June last pending the , action y
tM grand jury xor aiiegea complicity it
till Cronln murder.
Jnflg A. Comingo, one of the be
mown lawyers and poMrtoIaas- in Mis
sourly died in Kansas City on the 10th
from -heart disease,' aged sixty nine
years. Judge Comlngo sorved two terms
in Congress.
Dennis MoCarty, probably the oldest
man in Northern Iowa, -died at Fort
Dodge on the 10th, aged 111 years. He
was hale and hearty up to within a few
tours of death and retained his mental
faoultles to the last'. T '. '
The United States grand jury at Bal
timore on the 10th ' indloted eighteen of
th 184 Navassa rioters for murder and
being acdessoriek before tire fact the
penalty for which' is- death. Seven are
charged as principals and eleven as hav
ing aided and abetted the murders. .
. The new thirteen-story flouring mill
of the St. Paul Rolling Mill Company at
St Paul, Minn., burnod on the. 10th,
causing a loss of $180,000; insurance
$105,000. s ; ' . '
The Kentucky Court of Appeals has
affirmed the decision of the Pike County
Court in the Hatfleld-MoCoy oases. Val
entine Hatfield, Plyant Mahorn and Doo
Mahorn will go to the penitentiary for
life for the murder of 'Tolbert McCoy,
and Ellison Mounts will be hanged for
the murder of Aliaf McCoy, sister of the
murdored men. '
Tho house of Mrs. C Burns, In Johns
ton County, 6. C, was entered by un
known assassins on the night of the 9th,
who murdered hor and her grandson,
aged about olght years. Both were shot,
and their bodies were found lying on the
floor. The house had been robbed.
' Cashlor Von Hoesen, charged with em
betzling $58,000 from the Toledo (0.)
National Bank, had a preliminary bear
ing beforo United States Commissioner
Hall on the 9th, and waa bound over in
the sum of $50,000 for trial in December:
Evan Hamlin was driving along the
public road near Somerset Ky., on the
9th, when he was shot from ambush and
Instantly killed. Hamlin was charged
with the rourdor of ono of tho Warman
boys and was out on bail.
The Sultan's present to bis Imperial
visitors the Emperor and Empress of
Germany lnolude a jeweled collar val
ued at 45,000, for the Empress, and a
saber studded with diamonds for Em
peror Williams.
The volcano of Collma, in Moxlco, is
now in active eruption. Many buildings
in the neighborhood of tb. mountain
have bees .thrown down and for miles
around the woods are on flx,i .,() '
, ,., Reports of destitution among the flih
ermen at Ter; ace iBaj end Lower Pros
pect, in WciV,'Halfax.1lJ,Si( are' eon
flrmed. ' Nearly 'half of the population
In each village ar on tne b'riuk of' star
vation, owing to tne failure of the fish
ing In their neighborhood; About 40O
persons are thus destitute. . ' . ;, I
, .The America s.blpCo.eseborough, Cap
tain Ericsson, frorn HIpge.fflrNew Yjrk,
has been, wrecked pff the BertKerq coast
of Japan.,' Nineteen of her crew were
The Bishop of Limerick has issued a
pastoral letter forbidding the clergy of
the diocese to grant absolution' to any
person guilty of. boycotting tr pursuing
the plan of csmpalgn,H; The isisbon. re
tains to himself, aoa the, right to ab
solve such persons. "
The first sod 'of the Nicaragua canal
was, officially .aid formally. turned at
San Juan Del, Norta; (October., tt, amid
(he booming of cannoa and cheers of
housands" of spectators., ' ,, ,',' '
; A'.'Zanxibar, dispatch discredits the
story that DrPetere and bis party have
been faastacred,''and declares that until .
confirmatory newt Is received' there is
no reason to give np'aope.
At LogansportJ Itfd.ia the 11th the
family pf John Cesaell, consisting of flvo
persons, were' poisoned by eatipg cab
bage sprinkled with perls green through
the carelessness of a servant ' Two taay
die. " . , ! :, : r .j-" ir! -
. PxKsinKirx Hahmsoi on . the 11th
signed and issued the proclamation dev
ouring the Territory of Washington to
be a State hi' the Union. "
A boat containing four boys eapsised
on the Monongahel river at Pittsburgh
on the 1,1th. Two of the boys named
Williams and Jtoberts, both aged about
fifteen years, were drowned. '
Mrs. Loinsx B. Rkctob died at Chi
cago on the llth. It was In her room
and on ber bed that President Llnooln
breathed his last
' Tnx Pennsylvania Supreme Court baa
affirmed the decision of the lower courts
in the case of David and Joseph Nloely,
convicted and sentenced to be hanged
for the murder and robbery of Farmer
Umbergor of Somerset County, Pa.
Roor.RT Bonxer has purchased the
great three-year-old Sunol from Senator
Stanford. The price baa not been made'
I a freight wreck near Kenton, Tenn.,
on the llth, Brakeman Thomas Carter
and Engineer Thornton Emmons were
killed and Fireman Hudson and Con
ductor Hewitt badly injured. ,
Thr passenger steamer J. II. Libby,
was destroyed by fire in Puget Sound on'
the llth. Passengers and crew were
taken off without accident by a passing
ship. Property loss $20,000.
W. R. Bell, of Denver, Col.,' shot
himself dead at Helena, Mont, on the
llth, after losing all his funds in gam
bling, including money ralsod on. forged
checks. , ,
Ox the llth an explosion of flash pow
der In the chemical works of Wiley A
Wallace in Philadelphia, Instantly killed
three men and fatally injured another.
The victims were: Joseph Wiley, the.
senior member of the firm; Charles
Rhlnedollar, Rudolph Llppman and,
William Kldd, employes.
Gotkbvor Toout has called a session
of the Montana Legislature for Novem-
. per as. .
j Two rukdbkd weavers at the Berk-1
hire Manufacturing Company's mill at
I Frankford, Pa., struck on the llth bo
I qause of a notioe of a reduotion in wages.
I Tn Broadway Railway Company, from
, whioh- New York.' City now; reoei vea
i shout $70,000 per annum in reptals, baa
I offered to guarantee that the payment
in this account shall not be lew than
' 1150,000 per annum if the city allows it
, 10 use the cable system instead of horses
1 is noti,ve power. ,- r, , , . , . 1 .,
I dtiioa YiKDvn. of 'TnAt.n'.nnll'ii fW4 '.
n the llth endowed the English chair
it Wabash College with $30,000. A few
fears ago he gave $10,000 for the same
surpose. . ,
Recommended by the highest medical
and chemical authorities, who testify to
1U absolute purity, wholesomeoeas and
wonderful strength. Every can guaran
tied to do the work of any other baking
powder costing twice as much. Every
can guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
purchase money refunded.
1 la. Cam, aaa.1 H la., loci H Ilk, Be.
If your dnlur dmt not keep Crown, do not
let him ptrauade yoa to buy tome other bo
claim, to be iuat u good, but ask him toobllge
yon by f ettlilf -
wheeling & mi im mimi
TIMETABLE In Effect Junes, 1889.
N08 No7 KoeNolf
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Train Ho. 8 rnns to Mnnroevllle only, bnt
Shows time of L. 8. A M. a. R'y No. between
MonroeviUe sad Toledo, tot accomodation of
Train No. 18 leevee Toledo 7:65 p. ., carries
paaafngrra from Toledo only ta points west of
KHiraway.- i
Tail road Is sow open Uimngh from Toledo to
Bowenton, connecting with the Pennsylvania sys
tem for all points Beat. ....;
THBouea caa saavina.
Between Toledo, Cambridge end Marietta.
. ., s . i and Bowerston. -
' and Akron, fonngatowu and
" ' Chicago, Akron, Youngitown and PlttS-
Qen'l Manager. ' Oen'l Paaa. Agt.
kt,iKMU.ra. VmmJ. 1ii4 and all lul dla
ft Hmii aad amaav
M aaS a ar f orOoma, KunMia, aa.
tLomirm oomfurl tA Lk ti Mrnnr taUS
icaawatpnar. HJaoux,uo.
When I sy Ctma I do not mean nierery te
stop them tor a time, and then have them re
turn again. I ma A RADICAL CUJiS.
I have made tne disease oi
A life-long study. I WAWUirr my remedy to
Co a a the worat eases. Hecnusa others have
failed ta noreaeon for not now receiving acure.
Bead at once for a treatise and a Fkbs IiOTT.a
of my Invai.mulb Kkmbdt. Give Express
and Post Office, It cost yoa nothing lor a
trial, aad it will ears yoa. Address
H. O. ROOT, NI.C., 1 83 FEAfa. oXMmYOU
' through my work to-dav'f I feet miserable, bead.
acny, ureapain in mj bock, a ww. w.
any waoa) aooy
aut of order. We aniwer
that it la no woodar vna are in each a breken down
onditioa,aDd yoa will katp gHUng worae aaleai
KeaaeareyoorUVEit. Tkie tmpertaoi orgaa
ef ordar and von an at enra at by naampUy
Dr.C. McLWiCelobratod Liver Pills.
Ttw will reatore voe and gtvevlgorand bealth to
' four whole syatem, making yea sUong and vfti.
, DnlyS eanUa box,aad iWaiiaiiJIW lUSt
t Auk yooroiffcM tot Uie fwuiae . i4
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", ' , rmuwtMJu rum bbjcato. ,
, A Startling DiuolOFure.
Rhbdicatio Brarjp Co Jackson, Mich.
Gents; ; For years I have been greatly
afflicted with inflammatory rheumatism,
the pain and soreness uf the Joints at times
being almost unbearable; could move
about only with ths use of crutches In
addition to this icy stomach being badly
diseased, and ueuralgi set iu which threat
ened to end my day. . A traveling man
stopping with me gave quite a history of
Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup, and the pe
culiarities of its combination, which indu
ced me to try it. I have taken six bottles
snd no act in mj life affords me greater
satisfaction than Writing you that I am a
well man... I believe it to be Uia beat rem
edy ever formulated. A. J. Bowley, Propr.
' , Empire H ottos; independence, Iowa.
r i, K.i 1 4 , ,. t.
Is Consumption InourableP j
Head the following: C. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark.; says '"Was down witfi
Abscess of lungs and fr-eti'K and ' "phy
sicinns pionounoed me an Incurable
consumptive. Began taking Dr, King,'
New Discovery lor consumption, am
now on my third bottle mid am able to
overscn the work on my xrm. It is
the (in est medicine nmde." Jessie Mid
dlewart, Decatur. O., says: '-liad it
aot been for Dr. King's New Discovery
for consuinptii n I would h ive die I of
Lung lroublv Was given up doctors.
Amanw luD'K of Health. " . Try It,
Hamplei hotilcs f.ce at Adam' drug
store. . 0
Almost 83 Palatable as Milk.
Ka eUaa-wlaed that it earn B tatiaa.
dig eated, aad aaataallataal by the aaaae
.llln MjuaMh. aarauai alia Alalal ail
I ka .lraZa4l uH Bl tlka aOOaM I
blnatlon of the all wltkt tkta hypapkxaa.
pbitas is mack more efflettclams.
Kemirkikle ai a lett fntutt,
PersoM ftm rtpliDj wills UUaf K,
SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by
Fhysicians to be the Finest and Best prepay
ration in the world for the relief and ear ot
ThA gnat remedy for Ocmntmptian, and
Watting in ChWkm. Said by ofl DngtUU.
tu ouitia f ). '
Jancera, Humors, Bores, OlceVaBwelllnr,
Tumors, Abeceaece, Bloed4 Pataoniag, Salt
Rheum, Catarrh. Eryalpclaa, Kaeumeflim,
and all Blood and (kin Ulaeaeea. .. , .
Paica. ll per Pint Boole, or Bottles for IA
tlh. con Solid Extract .5t., , . ,
...... ...... . J)oUolt.lOcb,;
.! ; L-.L4 t? ' Vl I
The Great Skin Remedy
Relieve, aad Coves
Itchlngs and Irritation ot tba Skin,.
auu Dwiy,
UiyCiKATiojfs, Oct. Womms, Bainai, Pov-
Album . V .mi. v. wwmuuil ..A
Bona KrK.s,CHiuLAim.CHAPi andCBAras.
It instantly relieves tin pat a Bum oad
Scalds, and cures th wont ease wtfAaut a esar.
' Btnall boxes tie. ' Large botes lea' '
Colo's Carbollsoap prevents pimples.
Dinokneaas.obapped and oily skin, and pre-
sprvos. ireenonsana beautinaetBaoaaaaiex-
Ion. It hi unequalod for uae io bard water,
and Its alnolute purity and delicate per
fume makes it a positive luxury for the
both and nursery. .. r.xn;iii'.f
Caatloni- The labels on the genuine are
TilarhnndthtUttm Own. prepared only
by J. W. Cole Co Black Klver Falla. Wis.
Card of Thanks.
I hereby desire to extend to all of my
friends my thank for the many kind.
nesse extended to me during my past ill
ness of over three months from rheums
tlsm, and I especially deeim lo tell tkem
that but rr Sulphur Hitlers 1 should have
been Buffering still. Slay you never sur
fer what I have, is. the wish of friend, 0.
U. Tatleiir.
3 MTvX
One of the best testimonials to the value of the Estey
Organs is the lact that, notwithstanding the very many
Organ enterprises that have been started by ambitious em
ployes of the Esteys, the business of this original mater
continues to grow...',' It is the largest reed Organ Factory
in the world and turns out a completed organ every eight
minutes each day '
A; , VISGHElt , i gQN. ...
Medicine mtae World
The cennlneMcFarlnnd pill, and the only
genuine McFarland pill sold In Wellington, la
to be baa at ur. j. iiouanwn uru mum.
This lueillalne will positively cure chronic and
Inflammatory rheumatism and neuralcla,
chronic malarla.dyapep.'ilB, sick headache and
all diseases of the liver and kidneys. -Will
also cure catarrh, aorolula, salt rbeum and all
diseases caused by Impure blond. It Is one of
the best blood and liver remedies known, purl
fylns the blnod, creating a healthy action of
the liver and kidneys, hence It eradicates
those diseases from the system. Those who
suiter with any of these diseases Ttave only to
try lor themselves to be, convinced, of its great
meritsT Jivert box guaranteed, i Price 11.00
per box, tor six tr IU i'llt days treatment In
each box. Be sure you set the genuine, manu
factured only by Dr. C. H. tfcFarlaud.Oberlln,
Ohio, and sold, in Butlr by (leorge Kehrer,
druggist. ' Should any one desire they can
orderdlrect from Dr.C. II. McFarland.Oberlln,
where all orders will receive prompt attention.
Rend two t-aent stamps for sample box free.
Beware of a fraud lu tienoa. Ohio. ,s,, y ,
New London, 0.. Ann. 1st, 1889. .
Dr.C. II McParlaiid.Oberlln.O.!
Dka Rii I inclose you money for which
please send roe three boxes ol your excellent
phis. . We can hardly keep house without
them. Address me here as 1 am here tempo
rarily. Kespectfully,
- r KKV. w B. FARRTI.
Formar pastor M. t. Church, LaUranae. 0.
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Dr,0. H; MacFarland's
Great Medical Dis-
,y .icoyery v , '
' Thtt Mr d!clne will core Chronic and laflammatory
Ithcuinallam, N.uralflo, Chronic Malaria, I)T"I'Plai
Sick Headache anil nil dlamari ot tb. Liver and
Kldneya. Alio will oore Caurrh. Scrofula, Salt
Kli.um, and all dlirmiea that are cauad from Impure
blood, it li one of Ui. beat Hlood and Liver rrme
illriknowa. It punSn the blood, craatea a b al'hy
' t.U.a ef Uie l'vcr and ktdnrya. Heaca, H amHr.tei
tlirnc dlMraana fruia tlx IJIMI. TIM" fnSrrlng
with thi H dlKaaoa, try a bin of this arrafr mniical
ilfwiivrv. .ml Im mnTtared nf lla marlta. Krerv
I bni irnarantrrd ta prive aallifMtlon, or money re-
runoi'O. riny aaya ircaimwnt in e.cii uui. rnw
prr hoi, or alx boxea for 65, Be aire yob get the
enuloe , ' ,
Bold only la Welling;ton, Br' Dr. J.
W. Hongbtoa.
ghoold any onedealre, theyeaa order direct froai
Dr. C. H MacFarland, Akron, O, Thla li the cele
brated medicine delivered to the cltlaeaa of Welling
ton last February and beialolore only beea sold by
tkeUocUatOb.rUa ,
Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, and a
Pateutbusliiessaonduetrd for Moderate Fee
OurofflcelsoppoalteU.S.i'atentOrflea. W
havenosub-ageneles.all buslueasdlrect. bene
can transact patent bualneaa in less time an
at less cost than those remote from Washing
Bend model, drawing, or photo, with descrlp
tlou. We advise 11 patentable or not.free o
eharge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured
A book,"How to Obtain Patents," with rel
erences to actual clients In your State, county
ortown.sentfree. Address y j ,
c.a;sn6w & co.
Opposite Patent OBce.Washlngtoii.D. C
""THIS CRliAT'',Xv
German Remedy
will La pal
munH. Bll..lnBllfnraraae where BtTL
It will core voa,
iot aaaW or cure.-' It
Tar falla. ' !.
thattlredandallaoner cieaneeltMvltlanxl
reeling; u so, Piloort wlx-a yoa aw
HtrLPtioa Brrrtas ,kta Imparities tiuret
it will enre yoa. I ng through the skin
Mclbsely eonflned In
1 1 Q mills and wnrk
ana Burea. Keiy ai
ssvLrHDB Bimrss,
auopa; cieras,wnoao
not procpre euaiclentJ
exercise, and all waol
nd feeaJU) Witt tal
aitnDod lndoor..L,H ean, Liver Coat
mi 1 1 hrm.l
akMuM M'IURA.uina. Dant be dU
V you JootuLlj?;''";!
atUwa, i
it nerer fnlhi tnci
hULTMUB Birraae
1,. La .Iwfll nukA.yoar blaod
tli .fry It ro?',
WIH net regret
IlitS la Uiui.
inMi air
aeaiui, avko Are liifraar So, nlKht, Ad
ran down, .hnald aactvon Will sleep well
Taj""'" .. -if
Smrmr Hrnrae. nw rei aaiwr r"r
T ' rnvnn want the lieatMoUcalryurt put) iioear
1 'geM S t-mt suama as A. T, uepwar A Mm
Bueton, klass aad receive a ppy, tree.;
. Acute and - chronic rheumatism can be
effectually and permanently cured by the'
use of Hibbard's libeumatic Syrup and
Flusters. .
Backlen'i Arnica Salve.
The best salve In the world for
braises, sores, ulcers, sslt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
eoma and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cores piles, or no psy required. It is
rttaranteed to give perfect satlsfactlnn.'er '
tiiMia Mlnniial Uwvma OK ..Ml. anaaet W.
lUWVyv 6VIUUUVVV1 A aV bOUlay tM,
For Bale br Wooster tb Adams. lBvl .
IT, .lpTta Mfhool an dli U.kI at Short MwiJ, Tt pewrlUng, kcnll'n and
Jca) Drawing, brthe L.ni.(t W"l'-1 Bl.NI NJJ OOLU .lain
h. Wjr.th.n 1IIU lluuroi. Of inna IWHdina gouo potiuona.
ndiitMd kf the knitnaal BMa, Balcareaaonabla kmploimrnt
burwaala emBoctlnci. A nuathlr lonrnal. a nnotflarai.ti of Hie
Praildrntand an SO pu.cal.kifiM containing aamea of i.Sil
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