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THE ENTERPRISE, W EDNKSDAY, APRIL 2, i890. I WaalUajrten Letter. Tnm on Regular Comiponrtent.) Wabhimotoh. D. C, Mm. 88, 1890. The old question of transferrin the petition bureau to tbe war department U again betng atftated In Congress, Secre taries Proctor and Noble, have. In answer to leeolutlon of the Bouse, transmitted to Congress their views on tbe matter. Secretary Noble under whom the bureau now Is, can see little, It any, advantage In naklng the change, while Secretary Proc tor, under whom it would come if trans ferred, thinks it would be an excellent thing to do, and that it would save con iderable money. - It is not yet apparent what disposition Congress will make of (be matter. Bills have been introduced in both the Bouse and Senate to grant a pension of 2.000 a year to the widow of Qen. Crook The House hue pugged the bill for the admission of Wyoming as a State. The Chicago World's Fair bill went through tbe House with a rush, receiving only 49 adverse votes, and they were jOktly members who had from the first Opposed holding an fair at all. As has bi-ea foreshadowed In this corrt-spenduoce the bill was amended to make tlit date of boiuing the lair from April to October 1893. The bill will be pushed through the Senate as soon as possible. The House Committee on Territories lias decided to postpone further consider atlon of the bills to admit New Mexico nd Arixona, and to appoint a sub-corn lui tea to examine the constitution of New Mexico and lo report on both Territories. It Is believed thst this action kills their chances lor getting in at the present session. Tbe Ways and Means Committee are still working on the tariff bill, and the present indications are that It will not get before the House before about April 10. Hides and raw material have been put back upon the free list, and It Is hinted that the cut in sugar may not be more Cinn 23 per cent, but this last is only sur miso. ' The Civil Service Commission have, after many months of investigation had warrants of arrant served upon the Presi dent and Treasurer ot the Virginia Repub lican Association, of tuts city, for allegrd violation of law in soliciting campaign contributions from office holders. The Civil Service offlcluls say their prlncipul object is to have tbe court construe cer tain clauses of tbe law. Member of the Three America Con great are to be taken to Mount Vernon on tbe U. S. 8. Despatch on April 5th. Ex-Senator Angus Cameron has been appointed chairman of tbe Cherokee Com mission and an attempt is to be mude at once to close tbe negotiations with the Cherokee Indians lor their lands. Secretary ,Vintltu's silver bid bus been favorably reported to the House with amendments depriving the Secretary ol the Treasury of the discretionary power to suspend coinage, and protiding for free coinsjie hn silver reach's the value ot 1 for 31' grains. The iate or the nx-stum is very doubtful. It will have a hard tight to (ret through the Mouse, and Si may not succeed in doing It, arid men who ought to know. If anybody does, say that It cannot possibly gel through the Senate. Speaker Heed Inn lone another cour ageous thing in depriving I lie ex-members of Congress, whom he bad reason to sus pect of lobbying, of Mie privileges of the fl'ior of tbe House. Mr. Reed's backbone may make him President one ol these days. 10 HOUSEHOLD SHOULD BE WITHOUT : DYSPEPSIA, MSTLESSMBM a tmnevur forrait saetvtsas i aaiiu MtOMiat. i Glean, tk a PHILADELPHIA. Print, ONEDoil:r Tka aujOTtty ( the tils of the fcamaa tody stria bom dtM4 Unit, Sim mons Li vat BafuUtor has bean the means f TMtorlnf more people to health and IiapplDaae by filing them a healthy Urn than any other agency on earth. THAT TOO OR TRX OEM7HTE. OBKBLIM. Oar North Amherst correspondent gtvet an account of tbe suicide of Mllo Klchmond, a respected farmer of that vicinity, well known to the business men oiOberlln Soma enterprising map ptjbllsher should take advantage of the Information which will be obtained by tie Real Estate Assessors, who are now beginning their work, and prepare a good nap of Larala county. The county maps are to old as to be very deficient In much of the Information which makea tmap valuable to the citizens of (be county.. . . . Two tramp were given work In tbe wood- yard yesterday morning, but soon left One of them was found begging, r.e was arrested and taken before the Mayor and declared, with some pretty strong exple tives, that he Would not saw wood for his breakfart. In detault ol the cash to pay the fine and costs be wai placed in a cell as an object lesson to oher tramps wbe occupy the lobby of the Jail at night. If any ot our lady readers are not al ready acquainted with tbat pioneer ol domestlo Journals, Tbe Household, tbey would do well to try It four months for only fifteen cents, as offered in another column. HOW TO i'uRE A COLD. Always Best to Take it In Time Re. store Perspiration and Circula ' tion of the Blood. The following is an extract from one of a series of articles lu tue xnuuriuom- nan ton. written bv Dr. Oatcbell: "Assoon as you leel you bave taken cold have a itood file In your bedroom, put voitr feet Into water as ho) as can be borne and containing a tabli-spoon-full of mus tard. llHve it in a veswl so deep that the water will come up well toward tue knees. Throw a blanket over die whole tn pre vent rapid evaporation and cooling. In from five to ten minutes take the feet out, wipe them dry and get into a bed on which tbere are two extia blankets. Just before getting Into ocd drink a large glass of lemonade as hot as possible, or a glass ol hot water containing a teaspoon-lull ol cream of tartar, with a little sugar 11 de Mred. Should there be pain In tbe chest, side or back, Indicating pleurisy or pneu inonia, dip a small towel in cold water, and wring it as dry as possible. Fold the towel so that it will cover a little more surface than is uffected by the pain. Cover this with a piece of flannel, and both with oiled silk, or belter, witu oiiea iiiuju; now wind a strip of flannel a foot wide several times around tue chest. The heal of the body will heat the lowel almost iuimedi atcly, the oiled linen and flannel will re tain the beat and moisture, and steaming Ihe part will cauce I lit pain to-disappear. Should there ke pain or soreness in the ihroit, von should treat It in a similar manner with wet compress and flannel b indage. Eat spailugly of plain simple food. Baked apples and other fruit, biesd and butter, bread and milk, milk toast, I hiked nutHtoea. or raw ovaters mnv be eaten. By following the above directions intelligently and faiilitully you will ordi narily check the progress o the cold and prevent seriou. possibly, fatal Illness." If you have taken cold and it has led lo chronic catarrh, cough or lung diseaae rail on or writo to Drs. Uatchell, 174 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O , lor book tilling you how to cure yourself at home. Be Sure If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sorsanarllla do not be Induced to take any other. Hood's Saa:nrllla Is a peculiar medicine, possessing, hy virtue ot Its peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation, curative power suerlor to any other article. A Boston lady who knew what she wanted, and whose example Is worthy Imitation, tells her experience below: To Get In one store where I went to buy Hood's SarsuparllU the clerk tried to Induce me buy their own Instead ot Hood's; he told me tbelr's would lost longer; that I might take It on tea days' trial; that It I did not like It I need not pay anything, etc But be eould not prevail on me to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Barsnparllla was. I had taken It, was satisfied with It, and did not want any other. Hood's When I began taking Hood's BarsaparlDa I was feeling real miserable, suffering a great doal with dyspepsia, and so weak tbat at times I eould hardly aland. I looked, and had for some tune, like a person In eon. sumption. Hood's Barsaparllla did me so much good tbat I wonder at myself sometimes, and my friends frequently speak of IL" Mas. Ella A. Gory, 61 Terrace Street, Boston. Sarsaparilla Sold by all dniggijt. flistxforfl. Prepared only ay CL HOOD CO, Apothecaries, Lowell, IOO Doses One Dollar arbolisalvc j Tht Great Shin fitmedy SBsa' BeUeres mad Carte Itchlnge and Irritations of the Skin aadBoalp, PILES, Either Itching or Bleadlnff, CLCsaiTios,OCTa,WouirD, Bans it. Pot so as, Bms of IasaortsCATASutH, Irrruui an Bona Btu,Chtlblaiks, Cham and Chatxs. II instantly reMeata tht pot of Burnt and SuUdt, and mru 0 wont cote without s sear. Bmall boxes Mo, Large boxes 600. Cole's Carbollaoap prevents pimples, blaokbeade. chapped end oily skin, and pre. terret, freshens and brautlnoa the complex ton. It It unequaled for un In bard water, and Its alwolute purity and denote per fume make it a positive luxury for the wo lira ouraerj, . Cantloni The labels on tbe genuine are IIUuK nndtht UUfrt Orttn, Prepared only by J. W. Cole A O., Ulaok ttlrer Falls. Wis, For horse-colic Simmons Liver Regu lator la known to be tbe best remedy. . Tbe Very Latent Ont. v Call at W. E. Pelrce'a and see the New Process Vapor Btove. Take Simmons Liver Reaulatoe. One dose is worth 100 dollars. 8pecial Bargains. A galvanized iron coal oil tank and pump to be sold cheap. Apply al Ent erprise office. English Snavln Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem ishes from horses. Hlooo snavln. curbs splints, sweeney, ring-bone, stifles, aprsint all swollen throats, coughs, etc Bave 130 by use of one bottle, warranted the moat wonderful blemish cure ever known Hold by E. W. Adams. Druggist, Welling ton, O mytf. XT. TJPTTJ XL ID I 90 aW UirSRlAtT&UtM. "i,r ayi raws it( t prartsuitj i ici f irtAftaW a ittf tmly,rUIBlff rl.t hernias) C I r ,r nlti ntl 0,-t.ti,rt AntsWvrM $ .p; rtfl tet Ml V'ssl hv 'b4 'r i I w1l(Sl r i An t v j in ifTi t v' tn . .1. J- Ait. . . Deaflaean Can't be Cured : ' h by local applications, aa they cannot reach tue aiseasea portion oi tue ear. mens only one way to cure deafness, and that is hu Annstlllltinnul romiliao T)pafneea is caused by an inflamed condition ot tbe mucous lining of the Eustachian luoe. When this tube gets inflamed you bave a rumbling sound or Imperfect bearing, and when It is entirely closed deafness Is tbe result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its nor mal condition, bearing will be destroyed forever; ninecaaea outol ten are caused by catarrh, which it nothing but an Inflam ed condition of the mooous surfaces. We will glvt One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that we can not cure by taking Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. 0. CirSold by druggists, 75c. It is reported that , famine threatens northern Russia, but It Is certain that millions of colds will be bothering Amer icans people tbia winter. Against famine tbere is no protection, but tor every cold In its early stages by tbe use of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrnp. . Tbe devil would persist in bothering Martin Luther until tbe baldbeaded monk dispatched Mm with a bottle of Ink, so we learn tbat a bottle of ink might rid you of any devil, but bottle of Dr Bull's Cougb Byrup will always rid you of any cold. Do yon suffer with catarrh t You can be cured if If you take Hood's Sornaparilla, the great blood purifier, bold bv all druggists. . . A gentleman In Union County, Mo., who is too modest a' man to have bis name mentioned in the newspapers, was cured of rheumatism by Chamberlain's Pain Balm, after trying other medicines and treatment for thirteen year. For sale by Fred D. Felt, Druggist. For lame hack there is nothing better than to saturate a flannel cloth with Cham berlain's Fain Halm, and bind It on the ef fected parte. - Try it and you will be sur prised at the prompt relief It affords. Tue same treattn-nt will cure rheumatism. For sa'.e by Fred D. Fell, Druggist. Health demands a healthy liver. Take Simmons Liver Regulator for dyspepsia and indigestion. , Spring-llme siirs up the bile. 8 m mans Liver Regulator removes it Summer-time, brings colic and stomach ache. Simmons Liver Regulator cures it Autumn produces chills and fever and malaria, bimmons Liver Regulator pre vents them. THE MARKETS Clieette. Shipments for WebkbEmdimq April 2. Cheese, 1002 pkgt., weighing 20060 Kis. uuuer, no . ovisa OhloStandard !);, Young America (j Family Favorite 9 General Produce. Butter, dairy, per tb....0.10 8.16 Creamery bitler lb.... 28 Chlckens.drt'sscd.pcrtb. 9.07 0 09 ' rurkeys,dressed'per 9. 0.00 0 11 Eggs, per doi 0.12 Ham, smoked, per lb... 0.08 0.98 Tallow, per tt 0.03 Hides, per It. 0.00 0.08 W Round Steak 12 Burloin i 14" Blmulder Bleak 10 Potatoes, per bu 40 Apples, dried, in quart, ersand corod, per lb 0.03 ..' Apples, sliced .02 0.00 Maple Sngar 17c Sugar 7c. Maple syrup 78c. Maple suyur 7c. Oraiu. Flour and Feed. Flour, per sack (49 lbs).. fl. 20 1.20 Grahain flour, per cwt. .8.00 .... Corn meal, per cwt.... 0.90 1.00 Chop, per cwt, 1.00 1 1.00 Middlings, per cwt 0.70 0.711 Bran, per cwt 0.70 0.73 Oil Meal, per cwt 0.00 1 .30 Corn, shelled, per bush. 0.00 0.45 Corn, in ear, per bush. 0.00 0 43 Wheat ... 0.00 0.79 Oats per bna.. ....0.20 0 24 THE OMINIBUS AND TRNS l FEE LINE. '-pii&i ill3; " ff.'Q a ,2 bt o w irfliil-li- The remedy for the Infiuenx. A. remedy raoommnnded for nsttania afflicted with Influenza la Kamn'a Rtlinm the specific for coughs and colds, which a espeoiaiiy auut,iea to aiseasea of tne throat and lungs. Do not wait for the first symDtoms of the dtseaaa hetnra-M. curing the remedy, but get a bottle and keep it on band for use the moment it is needed. If neglected tbe influenza baa a tendency to tiring on pneumonia. All druggUrts tell the Balsam. MILES' NEEVE & LI VEE PILLS An lmnnrtunt Hlornvarc Tho .( m the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new principle. They speedily cure blliouso.'ss, bad taste, torpid liver puts ana constipation. Splendid for men, women and children. Smallest, mlloest, surest. 80 doses tor 25 cents. Samples free at E. W, Adams. 40ty49 It won't cost you one half as much. Do not delay. Send three 2-cent stamps for postage, and we will send you Dr. Kauf marn's great work, fine colored plates Irora life, on disease, its causes aud home cure. Address A. P. Ordway & Co. Boston, Mhss. A Plain Statement. We offer no back number prizes to draw trade, neither do we use any lottery or gift scheme to di vert attention from long profits and short goods. Such question able methods and zigzag antics in trade may confuse and mislead buyers occasionally, but you "can't fool all the people all the time." Best goods at fair pri ces, straight bargains, unobscured by prize ri ders or other gambling devices never corrupt either buyer or seller. We stand by the proposition that efforts spent in obtaining the best, healthiest and most desira ble goods, such as will recommend themselves and sell on their own merits, is much more commenda ble than either the "now you see it, and now you don't" or big talk in big type about astonishingly low prices. Hence, when you want delivered just such provisions, vegetables, ripe and evaporated fruits, confec tionery, pickles, canned goods flour, crackers, fresh roasted cof fee, fancy tea, salt, lime, cement, calcined plaster, glassware, crock ery, etc., as recommend them selves without big-lettered adver tisements, at just what they are worth, go to LI Give us His flay or New Building, New Apparatus, New Counters, New Shelving. We are now located in the New Horton Block Situated on the north side of the Square, where we will be pleased to continue to J- serve the people with y , Pies, Cakes, Buns, And Warm Jrleals at the regular hours. We bave established a Lunoh Counter where lunches can be had during business hours. We will altto keep a full line of - Confectionery, Tobacco, Cigars, Teas, Coffees, , and Canned Goods. . Thanking the .people for their past very generous patronage, we will be pleased to Boe you all at our new quartertA'J " "- J": . -We remain very truly, ; BAHMCK to CO. DailF Bread Fresh Oread - Will have something to say in this space next week. C. WILLAED. DEUGS, School Supplies, BLANK BOOKS AND DESK 1URNISH1NGS STATIONERY IN GKEAT VARIETY AT - J. W. MUUUUTOJN'S. Miscellaneous Books. Carleton's PoemB. Red Line and Household Editions Standard Poets. Poems in Leather and Fancy Bindings. Late Works of Fiction and Travel. Bibles in Great Variety. -Dictionaries and Cyclopedias. Diaries, Pocket-books and Card Cases. History, Biography, Essays, Sets of Books. . . :, Juvenile Books. Much theLargest and Choicest Stock, and the Cheapest ever shown in Wellington. GAMES. Optical and Art Goods. Albums, of all kinds, and every variety of Goods usually sold in a Drug and Book Store. Competent Druggist in attendance at all hours. Prescriptions and Compounding a Specialty. .nH:?1"''' M,r" prno11 wl" b . atere for- a short time btfore and afUr mornlae and eTenlni serflceilor tbe purpoas ol suppljlsg ntcMtkrj aisaiolnss. morniat - " ""M"aMM1,MaBasaaaasaaaasaaaa Newest Fnrnilnre Store in Lorain Comity ! Competitor No. 36 Still on Deck. After passing through the ordeal of tearing down and building we are established again in our new quarters, aDd IT'S EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS To know where they can buy the cheapest, and IT'S OUR BUSINESS By word and act to convince you that we sell all kinds of furniture AS LOW As any other store in the county. Our stock is large and complete, from a wood-seat chair to a fine, unhnlstarpn narlnr ha Picture framing of all kinds to suit customers. We bid you a hearty welcome, whether you wish to buy or not. UNDERTAKING In all its branches, under the management of Mr. Benschoten, who is a graduate of Clarke's school of embalming. Day or night calls promptly at tended to, and our best efforts to please. Yours, HOYT & BENSCHOTEN. . ZESLEPw'S PEOPLE'S i imi jt, arm arw 9 J!- W JLte Mil OF Rochester Is always a leader, never a follower, in all bus ' iness enterprises. . Good Goods ! Are the beat advertisement Mr old customers, without tbe loss of one, followed me to ' ,! MY W QUARTERS and this advertisement la to let every one know tbat I am s tiled and ready to attend to tbe wants of the whole people, In mj line. My Goods are aa trade will not warrant any surplus accu mulations. Please do not fail to call and see me. Mr. Arthur llolleobach will as sist from April 1st. . J ' T Very Truly. ; v .' , ' L- S, SAGE. Hlmmons Llrer Reiulator It a moat ei Calient appetizing tonic Semi. S. Pentz, r.Hap, io iilsbop ot jnonn uiinnrnia. Fresn BOOKS, EVERY HOUSEKEEPER NEEDS THE HOUS EHOLD! Pronounced again and again Tbe Best, as His (The Oldest Domestic Jarnal . -. - i la America. " NOW is Your Opportunity to TRY IT FOUR MONTHS "'v IFOR "' ' ' '' '; ONLY, FIFTEEN . CENTS 1 1 Yearly subscription, 11.10. 8amplecoples tree., , Address, ... , ., . ..,., THE HOUSEHOLD, Brattleboro, Vt. Drs.Hisey &. Holloway, DE1TTISTS'". Teeth ithoutPlatis, on either (old or rob ber. Uold Caps, Crown Work. Artlstlo Gold Fllllnii Intact, All Kinds of IlenUstrr Care- Jullr Dens and Fullf Warranted. Chanes leasonabls. Dr. Hollowly makes ths Straightening of Ir recnlarleetb a Specialty, (it WANTED Salesmen to sell our Nur ' sery Stock. All goods warranted first-class. Permanent, profitable position for the right man. Cash paid weekly. No experience necessary. Write for terras, giving age and references. , ' O. h. TATK8 A CO., Nurserymen, U , kocheUr. 2J.V. Uotuekeeper Take Notice.' The New Process Vapor Stove Tights spontaneonsly like natural gas ( call and ep It t W. T.. TV'ror-'. iV- It "rir : mmmt'm'm'nn iiaaiMiSwr'a4tt 4 aaWW"WV--.r , or twjl :li.