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1 1 Hlpiii mi yfc..-rtp,y.-Ai;;i.,l,.i ... . i- IXt! J if," fir- j- 1 J : THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18,1889. 3 OUR OHIO BDDGbT. Details of Keren t Events Among Our Neighbors. , , WON A MILLION. Jtlanje Story or an Ohio Boy Who Was a King Among Gambler. ' Nk".t, PniL4.DEi.pniA, O., Deo. 17. Qoorge Sluthour, born and raised In this place a poor boy, Btartod west about fif teen years ago, determined to make his fortune. lie embarked In the faro busi ness and from the Very start luck was , with him. In an lnurodiblo1 short 8 pi ice of time he wit worth 8300,900. iHto a loclatos were Congressmen, loading poll tlolam and all ths nabjbs of tho day. Sluthour wis anxlou) to be worth a million before roturnlng to his old home, and one night, when the room was fillod with spoHln? inau, many of tioni wj.-th their half million, he "determined to try for a b'.g itrlks. Lack again favorsd him, and by throo o'clock in the morn ing he had broken tho bank and rakoi . in enough to make his fortune oonnt a cool million. lie would have done wisely to have stopped there, but he thought In his run of good luck he oould double it. The . next night he began losing, and before morning every dollar ha bad won the. night before had vanished. ; He' was-a . millionaire, however", for on j short day. Even with this loss he wai still pos sessed of an ample fortune, but he be gan playing a desperate game, risking thousands of dollars at a time, but luck was against him. -Ills prlncoly fortune entirely disappeared. ' Tho sad sequel to the case is that lib has boen brought , Lome hopelessly in sane. It was thought tho , soents and faces of his boyhood days would -restore his shattered mind la a degree, but he grow worsa. Tho past few wosks ha has wandered aimlessly about th3 streots, acarcoly recognising : hit host friends. Finally It was found neces sary to take him to the, county lnfirmi ary, where he is now con lined in tUo In ane ward, with his mind shattered and hope of ultimate recovery almost Im possible. T-'M1: vn ( i . Presented With Medal by MmroiU. Mabio., 0., Dec. 17. A large number of the farmers , in this county' gave official notico that nupUng would uotbe tolerated on their premises during the recent season, while Mr. Ira Williams put np a notice reading:,! "Iunt U yoa please, and when the ball rings come in to dinner." The Marlon Gun Club, appreciating his hospitality, caused a handsome silver madal, handsomely en graved, to be mado, bearing Its compli ments on one side, while the reverse contains the invitation given above. It was presented to htm yesterday. Death of Major Dooalileoa. Columbus, 0., Deo. 17. Major Luther Donaldson, one of the best-known of the wealthy citizens of Columbus, died Sun day. Major Donaldson had been a suf ferer for five or six years from cancer, but the Immediate cause of his death was a congestive chill. He was active in Republican politics, and was l'rsl- dential Elector for this dlstrlot in 1873. j He was several times the candidate of his party for mayor, but was never sue- j cossfuL He leaves a widow and five ona. BIf Haul by Barl(re. - GxoBOaTOWW, O., Deo. 17. The jewel ry store of William Adams at this place was entered the other night by burglars, evidently professionals, who blew the. safe open and stole 8J0Q In cash and 91,800 worth of Jewelry,; The blanket, used to deaden the explosion caught by uepresentauve jncmniey is a com fire from the burning powder, and an pound of the Mills bill, the Senate bill, alarm was raised whfch lod to the iih- the Hewitt administrative bill and the mediate dotoctlon of the theft, and a ' bills relating to the enforcement of the party followed the burglars to Wheel- customs laws submitted to Congress by ing, but without capturing' them. Retracted HU Charge. - - Massillox, O., Deo. 17. The caso ol postmastor Shepley against morohant William J. OberUs for $5,000 damagot for defamation of character was settled Monday. Oberlln charged in a publio plaoe that the postoflloe was run ass bouse of ill-fame. The retraction signed by Oberlln states that he did not bolievi the office had ever been used for such purpose by the postmaster or any of hli employes. '. Oberlln pays all the costs. , Car Servtco Auoelatlon. ' Youkostows, O., Deo. 17. An lmpor tant meeting of representatives of all the railroads in the Mahoning and She nango valleys will be held, here nojet Thursday, at which time among othet business transacted will be the organ! satloa of ; a Car otvM Association, similar to the one in Chicago!:-" ;' Brakemaa Badly Injured. Bucyhus, 0., Deo. 17. A, Ku,tsoh, s ' brakeman on the Pennsylvania freight, while making a coupling, fall "beneath the wheels and was injured so badly thai amputation of a limb will probably be ncnsnary, Jle is a resident of Van Wert and was Ukia to theoompany'i hospital at Fort Wayne.' ;v--j T-' ; '' . ' ! B(ua to lay. the. Track. ti , ' Ciik vn.l.r., tec. 17. Contractors Tiave commenced to lay the track of the Lancaster A Haifipdon ' railroad ' at Straltsvllle. Twenty-five miles of the roadbed are graded and ready for the iron, which will be laid a( fast as tho woather will permit.'-' '- " ' ' ' fall Into the Ulrer and DrownaiSj - Cutahooa Falls, 0., Deo. 17. Stew art Cook, while scuffling with a young man named Deer at Camp A Co.'s sewer pipe works, toll from the platform into the river, 100 feet below.' Body ,wS carried away by blgb water and has not . been found. ' 1 . Arreeted far foraery, , Caxtox, Deo. 17., A. H. Braucher, of Jackson -township, has been arrested here for forging his employer's name, W; A. Hower, of Now Berlin, to notos,, amounting to $370. Ho spent tbe money j oa dress and in seeing Canton by gas light. '. ' . Hoy Shoots Hlmtelt. ... .. MASsFir.t.n, Deo.' 17. Thlrteen-year old Elgy Weavorshot himself yesterday morning while handling a revolver. The hall lodged in tbe boy a stomach and Indicted a fatal wound. . WORK OP AMAD3IAN. , Desperate Attempt to Kill a Family-, Children Hurled from a Tlilrd-Htorj . Window. New YoitK, Deo. 17. -Joseph Kracko a Bohemian carpenter who had been ou' of work for some time, but had seourod employment yostorday, becamo crazy last night and attempted to kill his fam ily. Ho first attacked his wlfo, who es caped to tho rooms of another occupant of the tenement bouse whore they lived, No. 139 Avenue A. Kracko then seized his eight-year-old son, Eddio, and threw him out of the third-story window. His daughter VUhelmlna,aged five, quickly followed. Fortunately, both children f truck against a .railing and fell upon the floor of the fire esoape.. Mrs. Kraoko managed to pull them into the window of the adjoining apartment where she washiding, but WUhelmina in her fright ran Into the ball. Her father pursued her down stairs and eatcttlng her in the yard, kissed hefand then threw her down upon the flagging. - IJy this time several men were trying to oapture the lunatlo, but he fought like a tiger and, breaking - away, at tacked Mr. and Mrs. Friedman, wo live in the sumo house. They were badly bruised by Kracko's blows. Finally Kracko was overpowered and bound and dragged to the polloe station. Here bis Struggles were so violent that he broke the rope with which he was bound, tore his clothes and pulled btfndf uls of hair from his bead before the officers could get a straight-jacket on him. ' t FATAL WKECK. ' Two Railway "bmolaU Killed by the Ditch , Ing of a Pay Car. IxniANAPoi.in, Deo. 17. The Ohio, In diana A Western railway pay car, whloh left tbiaolty yesterday, Was wrecked threonines east of Covington, Ind., by the broaklng of an axle. Five persons occupied the coach: Oeneral superin tendent I. H. Wilson, trainmaster J. M. Cummins, auditor W. W. Lynn, cashier J. H. M. Claggett and Frank, Wilson, olerk to the paymaster. The train was whirling along at aterriflo rate when the front axle of the pay car gave way, precipitating the ooaoh into the . dltuh by the side of the track." The engine attacbod remained on the rails and Its occupants escaped lnjuury. ' General Su perintendent Wilson and trainmaster Cummins, however, were Instantly killed.- The bodies of both were horribly mutilated,: ' t , -. . - Teemer's Reply to O'Connor. ' , PiTTSDCBOH, Deo. 17. John Teemer said last night in answer to O'Connor's challenge: "It O'Connor will establish the fact that the race for which he is sues a challenge will settle the title for the world's championship, I will accept the challenge for any amount, but, if the ohamplon title will still be in dis pute after the race I would like the mat ter to be finally settled by the profes sional oarsmen meeting in one grand re gatta and contesting for the title." Teemer will contest for the honor, bow ever, no matter what way lt is settled. ReUef for Lawranoa Barrett. Bos-row, Deo. 17. Dr. M. H. Richard son yesterday successfully operated npon Lawrenoe Barrett's throat, removing about fifty of the lympbatlo glands. Mr. Barrott easily rallied from the effects of the operation and lt is believed that the trouble with the glands, from whloh he has suffored more or loss at Intervals for rears, has now been permanently ob viated. Mr. Barrett Is expected to be out in a few days, and when convales cent will proceed to a German watering place for a season of rest. MeKJnley's Customs Dill. , WAsmseTOw, Deo. 17. The 'Customs bill Introduced in the House yesterday Secretary Falrchlld. Mr. McKlnley's bill contains some Important cbsnges whloh aro principally technical, and lt relates more to the administration of the customs laws than to duties on im portations. ... HU Second Murder. Zanesvuxe, 0., Deo. 17. Edwin ' Coultor '"'V mPloJed1n the farm of D. D. MoOlnness, went to Dros don Monday morning, carrying a mus ket. He went straight to the saloon of George nahn and shot him in tbe face, killing hint Instantly. The murderor was arrested, but assigns no reason for the deed. This Is said to be tho second man he has killed. , Brother and Slater Drowned. . Plattsbubo, N. Y., Dec. 17. While the eleven-year-old son of Ezeklel Shute, of Charaplaia was skating on the river near .Uat ''gplece yesterday, he broke through tba lea. His fourteen-year-old sister was on the bank and hurried to hls-asalstaa.ee. The boy in bis struggles drew the ' girl into the water and both were drowned. - Their bodies were re covered. Paa-Aaaarloane in New York. ' , jVaw Yohk, Deo 17. The ran-Amori-rah delegates arrived in Jersey City yes terday'af Uirnoon and were mot by a ro caption i committee and osoorted actons the river to the City Hall, bere Mayor Grant and tbe other olty officials formal ly welcomed them.! Tbe party were then escorted to the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Took tho Oath of Oflloe. f Hicta, Mont., Deo. 17. The Demo cratic members of the Senate appeared in the ohamber yesterday and took th oath of offioe. The Senate then ad journed until this morning. The Be publicans have been invited to oome in and ' join the Democrats in the House of ItopresentatirBS. ' ' . ; .. . i. Faith Cnrlat Convtetod. , ' ' Brooelv, N. Y., Deo. 17. Ole Lar son, the faith eurlst who was arrested for violating the health law by refusing to allow medlolne or medical treatment to be given to bis wife and child when they were slok with diphtheria, wasoon- vloted yesterday and will be sentenced Friday.- Tbe penalty is one year's im prisonment or 8500 fins, or both. ' , ' . TUlate Swept ay riro. ' . Locepoht, N. Y.,Dee.l7.--Partofthe business portion of the Tillage of Gas- port was burned early Monday morning. The section burned lnoludes the west Side of Ui lii-ej. f..J ',0JJ. V Tiki TlBI-InKffopt Dc,& . : OSKTSULBTiaDtllDClMB. EASTWARD. No5 NoT Noolf . m.'p m p. m p.m.. 7 45 10 00 N'eii . m. 80 8 88 8 18 8 M 4 85 8 85 T 68 ll'Sft 6 too 714 Toledo. Oak Hsrbor.. 74S 111) 4 8ft! 8 41 t (M is: 5ft loio 11 ou 1188 is to 188 8 48 rramout Clyde , Bellevne , Monmevllle ,. Norwalk ...... Wellington,,, Crestuu Orrlll 8 18 8 87 848 8 8ft 2 50 8 0ft 8 IJHl 4 111 7 80 I 01 8 Oft 8 50 9 15 9 84 189 Akron.. v lUUIIgRWfTU Pltmburih .Xr S Ml 11 84 7 1140 1 ftO ((D) 8W urrvnie iT 8 m Munition 1 0 40 6 ISA 7 80 7 00 Nivarre 1 8R I 08 714 Villev Junction Ar 7 45 Can mover. , Cfim bridge 4 8ft Jin 5 4ft I 6 UarlutU Ar Vtllnjr J auction HherrodMvLlle 7 8ft 8 00 8 15 Ron 840 I 10 8 00 840 I 10 Bowenton Ar WESTWARD. So4 Ro8 So8 KoW i. m. a. m. p. m. a. m 8 15 10 60 4 DO 8 80 II Oft 4 15 ...... 8 to II 88 4 4 0 8 8ft ll 6ft 8 47 . 8 IU ...... 10 45 4 00 ...,. 7 05 19 15 5 ....J. 7 K 19 50 5 88 8 90 1 18 8 55 , I IS 1 50' t 4ft ., ' 8 40 l985. , 10 94 8 68..,,., 18 58 8 18 80 1 65 1 98 j so 10 IU el 80 7 45 a 49 1055 Sift! 897 505 1145 408 104 T IB 1155 4 18 116 7 88 19 10 4 S3 7 61 181 4)4H 801 19 88 5 198 1 09 5 95 8 48 185 8 90 40 p. m. p. ,m am. Boworstos Hherrodfvllle.... Veiley Junction. Marietta Cambridge Canal Dover Valley Junction. Navarre Maaalllon . Orrvllle.... Plttabargh. ...... Youugaiown.,,, , ,.lr ...At ...Lv ....Ar ....lv Akron, ... Orrvllle .Lv Oreaton Wellington Norwalk lfonroeviHe .... Bellovue. ........ ....... Clyde Fremont Oak Harbor , Toledo .Ar ' HURON DIVISION. TIORTH .SOUTH No."87. No. 98 Lt. ASo,M No 3& 8 Oftra Mod foot tile II ft I 1 15' 8 4 " 8 55am Norwala , I 58 I I 80 4 10 - 7m , Milan 188 808 ' 4 40 " 750" ' Hnron ' I 00 8 80 Daiiv. - 1Mtn Wn a nin. ,a MAhnwvltl nnlr. Train No. 18 leavea Toledo 7:4 6 p. St., carries paaaenKera from Toledo only to points weat of Thle road la now open throo eh from Toledo to Bowenton, connecting; with the Pennayhrani aja- ttm lor all poioia Kaai. THBOiien can aiFTiri. , . Between Toledo, CamhrldKe and Marietta. , and Boweratoo. - " " and Akron; Yoongalown tad ritUDnriB. 11 Chicago, Akron, Youngitowa and Flttt- A. O. BLAIR, JAMKfl M. HALL, onriin. . ' Uen'l Mtnaier. ;' A) rata, Alt lira. M. A. LinebacVt Statement. Rhkcmatic Stbcp Co.', Jackson, Mich.; Gests: For the past ten years I have been a suffer from liver complaint and rheumatism. Findlnir no reliet my con dition became so wretched that I bad no hope of recovery. Seeing , Hlub&rd's Kbeomatlc Bvrup savertiseu l purcussea six bottles sad am now entirely cured, both from Rheumatism ana lbs liver trouble. Have also used Hibhard's Rhea matio Plasters wllh the best results. , I can certify to the truth of the above statement. Mrs Linebsck was cured of rheumatism and liver trouble by tbe useol Hibbsrd's Rheumatic BvruD and Plasters. Sol Kjttering, Druggist, Lisbon, Iowa. For sale by E. W. Auams, Druggist, Bemarkabl Letter. The following letter from Mr.'W.A. Thomson, of Oorumhus.Wia, Is peculiarly Interesting: "My wire," aays be, has been treated to' ber bead, stomach sod nervous prostration by three doctors in New TorK, two In Chicago, one in Philadelphia, one iniCinclnnatl, and si tbe large initltote io Buffalo for 10 months. They all- failed. But ono bottle of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine helped her wonderfully.'" This ihould be used In all headaches, back sches changes of lite,nervous disturbances, fits, rheumatism, etc. Ask at E. W. Admits drug ttore tor a free trial bottle and Dr. Miles' new book on Ike Nerves and Heart. DISEASES OF MEN ONLY RmdPnleoi i.DIi ofKJ1eera.Bld tier and ntberer na,vtMk Narv OM DeollHr. LoM Mankood ra . toluol Kr l Yootharepiilr end parniaoonll; cdt4. Oon a'Ullfin nd tmtiwlw alI lr Hi pl. AUoiMe LB. 0JUKSL8. 171 W. WtL, Mn Yuk. J ; fhs Yaarly BubsoripUoQ Prios of The Cleveland WEEKLY ONE OF THE BRIGHTEST AND CLEANEST ;; FAMILY NEWSPAPERS . IN THE tOUNTRY, IS ONLY T ONE PER YEAR. It has unlimited facilities for I publishing ail th latest ana most reliable News from all parts cfitj VcrlJ. ! The LEADER'S special do partments have always been a popular feature and are highly valued by its large and con stantly Increasing . circle, of readers. Its MARKET REPORT8 re ceive unremitting attention and are absolutely reliable. - The Cleveland LEADER St: s at tha UllU Ksadot Cliia'i I usscRiac roH it. . THE LEADE8 PRIMTIS9 CO., . . Cl.IVLNO, OMia Is It not sad loses so many yon n men very day of whom this can bs said ! Young man take my advice. Stop all Indiscretions which you bar prac tised, keep good boars, retire early, and build op your shattered system by using Bnlphnr BIMara, which will eura you. Ol.D pBTSIOtAK. DOLLAH -AWonderiul EecoTflry.'' j ! Mrs. Geo. P. Sraoote, a highly cultivated and estimable lady of Prescoit, Ark., wrlles under tialo of April 22, 1889: "Dur ing the summer of 1887 my eyes became intlnmed, and my stomach and liver al most hopelessly disordered.. Nothing I ate a-fietd with Die. . I took ehnmln ill. arrhu's, and for some time my life was dlnpaired of by my family. The leading ph-'slclans of (he country were conn u Hut and the medicines administered by them mvr did any permanent good, and I tin. nercd between life and death., the luttee being preferable to the "ironies I whs en during. In May 188a I became disiusieil with PhVHiclans and their ninllnlnea. f dropped them all, snd depended solely on 8a ill's Specific (8 8 8) a few bottles of which made me nermanentl well -wall from then until now. Disabled for Business. Several years aao mv health fulled hut and I was compelled in give up my . basi nets. 1 wis in constant agony cuuteil Irom excruciating pains in my back, liver, and stomach. I trld everv medicine! could bear of, but without receiving anv reieu. 41 y attention w tko calld to b 8 8. 1 irled Bve bottleB of li.'and received tbe jnnst gratifying resulU. I am lo.iUv as bealtliy and sound a man, as yoa will ana snjwuere.ana i owe It all to the cura tive properties to lx found In Bwitt'a 8ne. cine (8 B 8). R, L Womack, Mnrgantown, N. C. Trestiso on Blood snrl 8kln Dia. mull.d free. SWIFT'S 8PK0IF1C CO. AtluoU,'Qa. - -;" r ;': . y, John Gllpin'8 Bide . li It is evident from the kneed attained bv John Gilpin's horse that it was well cared for, and all owners of live stock should exercise csn'ion and cars by having a rename - remeuy M nana. Veterinary Carbolisalve cures, xuu. wounds, bruises. collar and saddle galls, sores, mange, scratches, tbrush, Inflammaiions and all abrasions of the skin and diseases ot Ills feet ofborses snd cattle Quicker than any other remedy, and is the only preparation that invariably renews the hair in Its original color. It Is endorsed 1 by Jay bye bee's dnver snd by prominent boras men generally. Large cans tl.00: Small cans ou cents. , . ? . . Eonews Her You'th. Phoebe Cbesley, Peterson, Clay Co. Iowa, tells the following remarkable story the train of which Is vonched for by the residents of the town t "I am 73 years old, tisve been troubled with kidney complaint and lameness for many yean; could not drees myself without help. ' Novr I am free from all pain and soreness and sm able to do all my own housework, I owe my thanks to ElTtrlc Bitters for having renewed my ydrlih and removed "mnletel all dlceaae and pain." Try . bottle, 60c and $1 at Adams' drug storu. 4 1 Uilibsrd's Rheumatic Syrup cures rheu maiisin by strikins at the seat of the -dls. esse and restoring the kidneys and liver to neaithy action, u taken a suiucient time to thoroughly eradicate - such poison, lt never iaiis. ' For sale by E. W. Adama Will You Suiybr with dyspepsia au n liver complaint f Sblloh's Vltallzer Is guaranteed to cure yoa. oiq uy r, o. jreit. . . , Huilor's Titaliz Is what you need for constipation, loes of appetite, disci nesa and all symptoms of dyspepsia. mce iv and 75 cents per Dottle. , Sold by F.D. Kelt. ' " Citoor WaooriNO Cough and bron chltis Immediately relieved by Shllob'l Cure. Sold dv t . U. Fell. ' 8bilob's Cocou and Consumption Carets sold by .us on a guarantee. It ourcsconsiimptlnn. . Bold by F.D. Felt. . . HLBSPLE8S Niohts. msde miserable by that terrible cough. Shlloh's Cure Is the remedy for you. Sold by F. D. Fell. Catarrh Cored, health and sweet breath secured, by Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy, fries ou cents, nasal in lector free. Sold by F.D. Felt. That Uackino Couoh can be quickly cured by Shlloh's Cure. tVe guarantee It. Sold by F.D. Felt.- CATARRH qss- aTLVS COLD DM DrVir.i HEAD. Ely'oCrcamBalm "i Clee-riiios the ITaaal Paanfifroa. IX. laya Inflammation. Ilea, la the Sores. Beetorea the Senses- of Taste, BmeU and Ilofu-lng. f A pan Wa U applied fastaamehMatril aaat laaarerahle. 'rle.v. at Ir irtaa ar by Wil. W,l Bit, 1 1 HKHjS Warren Ht.JwTotk. HIbbard'a Iiheumatlo and Liver Pills. These' pills : are actentlflcallV ' com pounded, 'uniform In action. No grip ping palu so commonly following tbe use of pills. They are adapted to both adults and children with perfect safety, r We guarantee tbey have do canal In the care of Sick Headache, Constipation, Dyspep sia, Biliousness, and as sn sppetizer, they ezcal any other preparation. ' Acute and cbronlo rheumatism can be effectually and permantly cured by the use of Hibhard's Rheumatic Syrup and Plasters. ; j For sale by B. W-adams. COXSCXPTISX 8USEL1 CUBED. To ths Rnrron Maaas Inform your read, an that I kava a positive remady Ur ths abov aamed Slseata. liy It timely as ttMmeandso hopeieaa eu"i hitva kaoa patmaacatiy eured. I ah all be glad to snd two Vettles at any ran. 4i raaa tn any ol tmr revlera who bare aoa- sumptljn II L 1 wul send ma their ai press and p omee audiw.- Ftrn"v. I. A.SHfJt U. .il.l.. lil, i t,,.NaVw 'THB'BEST- SAeWoiM. The aeunlne MoParlnnd nlll. and tlm nnl eenulne Mcr'nrlanri nlll sold In VV'ellliiuton. la to be had at Dr. J. W. Ilouirh tun'a tlruu turn. Tills inttdtcfne will positively eui-eoiironloand I httum MU ,1... ' .hullmull.n, Ut.lt K.Ha.lnl. olirunlo iimlaria,ilys)ppslu, alclc hitadaohesna all disasra of the liver and kidneys. Will also aura oatarrli. scrofula, salt rheum and all dlaeMSea caused by Impure blood. It la ou of the kest blood and liver remedies known, purl fylus the blood, creating a healthy action of the ller and kidneys, hence It eradicates those d I senses (mm the system. Those who suiter with any ol these diseases have only to try tor themselves to ueconvuicea or its (treat merits, livery box Kuxrahteed. Price 81.00 per box, or six for SV Flltv days treatment In eneh box. Be sure you ant th genuine, manu factured only bv Dr. C. II. MoKarland, Oberlln. Ohio, and sold la' Butler by Ueorxe Kehrer, druKxIst. Should any one desire they can orderdlrect Irom Dr. C. H. McFariand. Oberlln, where all orders w III race vanromnt attentloa. Send two H-oeiit stamps for saiupie boa free. ueware ol a Irauo lu Uenua. Ohio. Nk Initnoir. O.. Auar. lat. 18811. Pr.O.H.MeFarlnnd. Oberlln. O.i . Dm a Bia I Inclose vou monev tor which please send me three boxes ( your excellent phis. We can hardly keep; house without them. 'Address ma here as I am tiers tempo rarily, ,, . lUspecifnlly. : . Kbv. vi' ti. rAHiiH.. Formar pastor M. B. Church. LaUranae. 0. Sold only In WalUsetan, i)T Dr. at.. W.Hoochtoa. ! Should any one Retire, tkevean order direst froaa Dr. C. H MarFarlana. Akron. O. Thla la His eels trUA medlclae delivered to the cltlzena at Welluut fm lut February and heietofora only beca aoid by llir Doctor aiotwrlla , PATENTS Caveats, and Trade Marks obtained, and a Patentbiuiness conducted (or Moderate ee Our oftlce Is oDDoilte U.S. Patent Office. W have nosub-aaeucles.allbuslneasdlrect. bene oan transact patent business In leas time an at less coat than loose remote irom waiuiss ton. Bend model, drs wins, or photo, with desorlp tlon. We advise If patentable or not. tree o ohsnte. Our (ee not due till patent Is secured A book, "How to Obtain Patents," wfth ret erences to actual clients In your State, county ortflwn.sentlree. Address . . C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposlta Patent Offles, Washington, D. 0 PI THE GREAT , German Remedy. TRUTHS FOR THE SICK. ror iIhmmi di-aUil) Billons Hnellsdeoeoil SlAMOwill bapald foracaaewherebtx. DHnLrHiiaUirnuu ipuua RrrnM win It will cure von. loot aaalst or curs, ll TIoTmiTu3ferETu! wver fklla. dirt Uredand all sone Cleanse Uievluatml lood waen vou set feeling; If so, nac sutrHtra Birrsas; It will euro you. ts Imnurltlea burst nr inreufrn ine aaw U im! rati v oa w ho art n PI lmiilea.BlotrbM closely eonBned It ihe mills sod work kind Bores. Kelr ac LSULTHDB UlTTXM.ri Lwl health wlU fol boMi elerIs,whod not procure sufBdent axerrjsa, ami atiwn HIIU-HUaillTTKKK ara eon fl tied 1 n doors kill cure UverCon 4hnnld use rMiuw'iil Birraas. Tberwll dalat. IVnntbedla not tlioa be weak am If, oimgad; It wul our sWIy. .'on. if you do uoi wlsli M ...it U hmn hi LfHtia Uirraaj. krlll build yoa np aofl "uXn-. bo nrfc'i' iou U0B'mii SULTHUB BlTTKBS It nerer falls tneitre tbewlibuulatwOI "Jk your blood hiti.pmi:h ItiTTKue bottle. Try lt you UP9, no., .uu buuuji, will not tret re. IktkI your Seah I aara. Lailloa to ue Uoau Try bvLriiuabir health, who are al hvaa so-Blunt, aal rundown, ahoold naufvou will sleep well Srtr.PHt'n BiTrrRe. jind trr hHtcr for It ligmi want lha beat MuUlcal Work DubllsbeU Send 8 t-rent atapa to A. F. OKUWAT C Boston, Masa, and receive a copy, free. Acute and chronic rheumatism can be effectually and permanently cured by the tine of Illbbard's Rheumatic Byrup and Plasters. Bncklea's Aralca SalTS. Ths beat salve In the world for bru'acs. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, level sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns snd sll skin eruptions, and positive, ly cures piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to jivs perfect satisfaction, at money refunded. Price SS cents par but. For Bale bv Woostar a Adams. . lfivl Rheumatism and Dyspepsia Cured Miss Jsnnette Dav used several bottles of liiblnrd'e Uheumatlc Syrup and louod almost Instant rellel. 1 have received f reater benefit from the nse of HIbbard'a Rheumatlo Syrup for dyspepsia than any medicine I ever used. Many or my acqualntancea have used ii and all spoilt of It Id tbe highest terms. JHIBS JbaflLT A.. VAT. We certify to the above testimonials. We have never handled temedles last give such unlvrisal satisfaction. . DRADSBW THOMAS, UrUfglSIS, Fairfield, Iowa. Prensred bv Rbenmatlc Syrup Co.Jack son, Mich, ror sale by E. W. Adams, Druggist . " :' ', ' fLACB TS AafltatOA ta sat a bobirm tlwTIOj; IrlMrn Hhorthaaa. Is alb srsSCIBIA atral'is a ol.l.Ktnr, uierelaao. O. nl- n.h. huh. Ilrai Brranl SirHloa achooL 'W belldlna, best teaebtrs and w eearse of ataty. oL... ... ......vi mill. Ijrnnl riu oni frsa. arsJKJJta lVaxtu avaiia.rraswa. A Strong Endorsement . , , Toledo, O. J M. Ukikr Red Cixver Co. Uentle men: linvltis ni nut use in your vainatno Dlle TttifU, 1 two recommend it as tbe la-tit 1 ever tiMil, having f.mod al tuiod enliie n'iitK Iron) using It four limes. Hoping tub r iil try it wiui tus sams success, l am yours very iraiy, it. m. mm No. 60 Bummlt 8U A Fortunate Woman. Mrs. Mary L Baiter, of Ovid, Mich has reason tn be very Ibankful. She was a great sufferer from 'heart disease for years. was soorvoi nroaiu, oaa nungry ant'lia Dam in siue. uuuerina, isioiwas. to Alter inking two boules of Dr. Mile's New Heart Care, she says, "1 am vtt than for 20 vaara. Mv mind and eyesight have Improved wonderfully. 1 aAvtaa alt oersons time afflicted to use this ereat rejae ly." E. W. Adama, Pros'. gist, reMTl",', s'noe i .': ' . ! , u.ili H Ui u .'- i U les. .'- lr, lt n. Si , , Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Soi Kyes. Tetter, Suit Rheum, Scald Hei Old Chronic 8ores, Fever Bores Kct ma. Itch, Prairie fcratches, Sure Nl pies and piles. It Is cooling and soot Ing. Hundreds of cases have bet urd by It afW all ether treatmei liau failed, as and 60 cent boxes f. aale by Fred D. Kelt Druggist. Iy3!it Dr. A. E. Elliott's . Method of RECTAL Treatment PJERMANBXTLT CURES , Piles, Fistula in Ano. FisBure ii. Ano.TrnrniBjOr itching piles and Rectal Ulcet without the Knife, Liatare or Cautery., Rectal Ulceration ia the moat dangerous of all rectal maladies owing to its undermining the sys tem before its victime realize theii danger, the absence of pain being due to the scarcity of nerves ii; that portion of the rectum mosth afflicted. ' SymptoBn of fiectalUlcef Fain or weakness across lowei portion of back, often referred to kidney troubles, burning in rectum after stool, itching about anus, at tended with .a moisture caused by discharge from ulcer, constipation sometimes attended with spells of diarrhoea, ' finally resulting in chronic diarrhoea,wlxen the disease is almost beyond cure, but if not too long neglected may . Vet be cured ; mucous and bloody discharge- from '"rectum, . soreness through bowels extending to stomach causing dyspepsia ; in females frequently vaginal and u terine inflammation resulting in leucorrhoea and ulceration. Send to Lodi, O., for descriptive pam phlet. Examination and Consult! . tion FREE.- WILL Ba At Fromlls.m.toSp.m., Third Thursday in .each month City Market, 8la-n snsjssswasiaw Is the best place in the city , to gei siriouy ai o. a iu.oo i-1 . and Sausage--Fresh -i and Salted. Meat always clean. Attention alwaj given. Pncfsal.waysfalr. , . FRED ABBOTT. " v SueoessoTto WHITNEY ft ABBOTT, Carpenter Block,' " " Wellington, Q Selaatific.CamanoaBeas at-.at for files, aad 1 1 sULO elUlaaa .... ,K D-b and Aaaa, wltbeat ths use ol kails or lifatura. Raraly lat.rOrtng With th patlaat'S atdlaary SatlaS aa practically aalnlsss. 1 A. 8f . 8o 8:80 t aa. ' . I D. IIIDSOJI, K. D ,' HI ATWATEB Ba.D-CIJETEIvAi. Loose's Bed Clover Pile Bemedy, Is a positive specific for sll forms M the dlfJesse. Blind, Bleedini, Itcblng. Ut oernated, and Protruding Piles. Price 50 For sale by Pred Felt, . j . .i niftPn ikman" mtnot iCs A tharouy hiy leeled and wbfil' smsw yrer sarattasi S(. WniwtaOnat, eaaMma; one V aava reaunr tha year arotiutl. Hart been MunrtM year aron ua. rt v oa iha Mark mt yean, ai a ta Indorsed h; it tlHM kadaarno have eMail It IhorwiajnlTe'f-tnw eul to, parts aaforehra 1' " it no .de,r,i. Mrirr?v''M lu . eintlli at at.ainl l . i, l ',f w' .; b. , : . ,1 iaual.,.i8, ' -ii l:' i'. i). Vll. 5;. i "V a r. 'V,, .-v.rjf i t .