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;.,.t;,n;. THE ENTEBPRISE WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1890. .,... . . , . . , , ,. . ... , . r- " " " - ...... - - t Ji- m 1 T BY A CYCLONEL City of: Akron.O., Visited, br a Furious Storm. Forty Buildings Eltner Totally"!)- destroyed or Badly vamagea. A DonilMi of Paopla Injured as BmuII , of tha Tornad' Awful Fowar M vt- a.tillon. lipnii M 1lAt B:1B o'olook Sat- .' nrdav nlo-ht a tornado struok the south ern outskirts of the city, and passing east caused great destruction, a targe blaok cloud which had been hovering about the southwestern horizon all at ternoon settled down upon the surface oi tne eartn about nve ooiock anu uo- holders saw an angry-looking oloud the crround. B -""n - I j o o Every thing in its course was torn to pieces instantly. , On Thornton street. Wilson Klplln ger, with his agod mother, his wife and two children wer seatea aDoutnsiove, at wh ch Mrs. Kin lnirer was preparing (upper. The house was oaugnt Dy tne tornado, luted into the air ana snaaen tn hits. The five oocunanta found them anlvna huddlnd toirother in a heap In a crarden several rods from the house. Mr. KiDllnirer had sustained a scaip wound. Mm. Klnllnirer was badly burned bout the limbs and body) Royal, aged Tour vears. was cut ana oruisea aevera- lv. but not fatallv. Bessie, the baby, ' was badlv burned about the head and face, and her recovery is thought lm possible. Mrs. Eliza Kipnnger, agea slrtv-three. mav not recover The front of John Van Alt's grocery was blown off as neatly as a carpenter could have done the work. The barns nf rtiarl Pnnla and John Austin were converted Into kindling wood, the rest danoes esceDlnff with small damage. August Bhefflor, a shoemaker, was at work In a small shop when Mrs. uomv nick, a neighbor, rusnea in to seen re' fuge. The shop was rolled over and over, and both were severely out and ttrillaait The lartre new Turn Hall of the Akron Turners was wrecked. The resldenoe of Antonio Manuel was carried soveral di and left lvinir on Its side without going to pieces. Mr. Manuel ana a ooy wro in the house at the time and Hither was hurt beyond a severe shak lng up. Burkharat s brewery, incuaing lrnhnniwi and Ice houses, was ruined. The grocery of E. C. Baker was wrecked. The family sougbt reiuge in me coiiar and Mlaa Lncv. aired seventeen, was truck by debris and sustained Injuries whlnh will nrobablv Drove latai. mei- lfi T.uh'a raaldenae was wrecked. Mr. Trlnh sustained a broken lea- and severe Internal injuries. Edward Douglass, a alx-vaar-old boy. was blown into a tree inn and i art thereby tne lornaao. ue WVJf la nut anrnlv hurt. Oabhard Herrmann, of Urant street, was with his wife and three children in a inmmAF kitchen nrebarlnir supper, when the building was carried across the street by the storm. All were nurt, hnt none fatallv. Mrs. Herrmann and a young child were considerably burned KoTt than bodies. - i y ..... . i . . .i . ,i xrmm P.M. A Uie UU10 Ul l U O WIMttUU 41X49. VM.V- llne Bolte was driving along a street when a heavy timber struck her horse, .kllllnir the animal and leaving the hnirirT and noounant unnarmea. , . BBi 1 . The Ohio Stoneware 'Company's pov lr works were partially wrecked, en tailing a loss of $0,000. At least forty tmlldlniri are either totally wrecked or so badly damaged as to require rooon ' afcrnntinn. A number of beoDie aro re ported Injured in addition to the casual ties above given. ' i SILVER AND THE TARIFF.--1 j lil.l'trifi8TEttlff tOtPI 'f '.,l6 '" 'iH I 1890 The Oldest Furniture Store in !cvn, . TTI TT-f J O0 1.2X 1 1 1 11 . Mvui5 iiou 00 uuiuyeuwrs ana situ lives. Furniture of all (iesiirnes can hA hni af ".ui -. 1 .... . -j,.T . ' vui iwmo ut living jpnetJs. Debate oa tbe Above Subjects UI Ka. tgm tbe Attention 01 t,ongra th Coming Wk. WmmmiTfli. May 12. The Senate will begin la earnest to-day the discus sion of the silver bill. Mr. Jones, of Nevada, will take oharm of the but. The-Republican Benators will mane nffnrt la aoren unon a party meas ure this morning before the session of the T 1 . i.ul Senate begins, but tne matter 01 m. vwnl riiHM KUU4 In buu aa4 Me Marl D arlaf tha Ktuh of a Mnvnoann Mu. Vint 11 nva ItfMAk.d. .a rn irtTrv Wn Vav 15 A oroionO struck Cedar Valley, Wilson ' County. CUtnntav. Jaaanh WlitAAT'a houS WaS demolished, his youngest son killed and two. other children injureo, ,,nexi to rtwaltlao- nt KVaaV DIMilxn ' trig 'Ao ttn-oaA tli lalfa Vinad and two otlel Lohlldren Injured. .. The dweiungs 01 agreement is extremely doubtful. The j?eUr, PJerson, Ales'- Eusselti tAii tho present Intention is to pnsh the debate I widow Stan; were leveled to the ground, 1 3 1 A Obaatlv Dlaoomry ITiiriiniTV. Mav 14. At the Union '. station Saturday, ip a pine box two feet i long, -was found the horribly mutilate! body of a woman. Almost all the flesh . harf Wn cut from tbe hones and the ' head and face wore mutilated beyond recognition. The body was packed in obarooal and from all appearances; me ' could not have been extinct more than thirty-six hours. The body was checked , Over the Wabash road at St Ioula. 7 Boo'k-kMPr KmbaulM 080,000. N Y. Mav la. A defaloa j tlon la the City Natlpal Bank amount ing to SOU.UUO nas doou traoou tu uourgo p .WhltnAv. the individual book-keeoer. ( who Uaaaged 16 hrO0gh an overdraft svstem in collusion with a prominent Alhanv firm. An effort will be made monf Whltfttf;;rleniIato;ettU the affair. Ho has been in ' the bank for years and occupied a high social post t tlobi ;8t0ok epBculatlen wtl tb ause. llnlf Tltnas In Baltimore Harbor. l life and activlly have heretofore bee witnessed in Baltimore harbor as were A ju tfcervyestoMay, vIt is esUmaWd a that aS. 004 went eufc toHh orulnor. Bal Mmnn rlnrlnir the dav. Durlntr tne fternoon the crowds were so great that many boat loads reiurnea to tne city without belni able to make a landing, tha naaaanffers havlnff to be.v.contnt ntnuiniriii la . Mav 11 There was a collision, between , construction and freight train qn ma ixiuwviiiu. XlOaUTllta 1 a 1 .1 vnv-.B aouth of here, Saturday night. It was caused by a disregard of signals. John MoCall, a miner who was stealings ride, was killed. Ilarry Tumor, civil engi neer of tbe road, was fatally hurt Three tralnmon wore slightly injured.'- rj to a conclusion this week, if possible! but several amendments to the bill win hA nrnnnand. and as each will be dls- oussed at some length It is a matter of donht whether the OlBOUSSion wui u nnnnludml Within that time Or &0t The Ronublloans are anxious to get tit at A 11 van mAftStlfA All t of the way to prepare for the coming of the tarm bin, far thnnnftsHnnof adlournmenthasbeen discussed Informally In the Committee on Finance and tbe uommiitee on ap propriations, and it has been determined ,, . 1. 1 On.il that tne SUggOSUOn OI Dpeaa'-r ao that an adjournment be had by the mid ill a of Jul v la a ffood one. The bills for the admission of Wyoming and Idaho are to be conslderea in tne near mvuro, hnt thAv nan not be taken uo beiore tne . .... 1 silver bill is out or tne way, anu m will be another reason for pusniog mo Hoop rtnhatn to a OOnoluslon. Debate on the tariff bill by sections in ha thA nrrlnr of the House for the The vote on the final ....... n ha hill will not be taken u til the week following. In the consid .ntinn nf thA hill hv sections, amend menta will be offered ana tne ou" will h iraverned by the flve-mlnute rule. BLOWN TO ATOMS. Eoglnoar and Flromaa of a Switch Enf ino K Iliad bv tbe Hollar eipiouioa. KnFni.n. N. Y.. May 13. Shortly after two o'olock Sunday afternoon Le hlirh Valley switch enirlne No. 891 was drawing a train of frolghtcars from the Tint farm into tne city, ine bdriiio was in charge of engineer George Pearl and Amman nenrv O'Connor and was going at a moderate rate of speed and when near the briage over iiunaiooreoa. without a moment's warning expioaea. The shock of the explosion was terlQo, being heard wit distinctness two mues away. Fireman O'Connor s boay was hinarn inn fnat In the air and tell a ahannlAM mafia. The bod v of the enelneer was touna aftor anma anarr.h about 150 feet Oast of the wreck. He was dead when founa anil thA mmalna were terribly mangled Both men bad homesln Buffalo anaeaon im.A. a family. The cause of the ex nloslon aeema to be a mystery ana mav ha ilntArmlnnd. The enirlne is aald to have been an old one, but in good condition. The engineer, Pearl, was a comparatively new man and nine ia known about him in tne yarns. STUBBORN FIGHT AHEAD. rn.a r aha f-nnlilana Lottarv Company to Proenro a Banowal of Tnair vn WU1 Canao an Eseltlne LafUlatlvo - alon. Kn Om r.ua. Mav 11 The Legisla- tura in annond biennial session will ar rive at the State capital to-day." Tbesj session will be an exulting one, maae aatwnlall v ao bv the fact that the Loulsl na Bute Lottery Company win seex to nrnnure the nassaire of a constitutional amendment permitting an extension of their ohartor. 'Ibis proposition wiu do fought inch by inch by a strong lobby anil alao hv the Anti-Lottery League. It is rumored that some members oi tne r-flirlnlatnre are nledired both ways and that there may be some vacant seats at the commencement of tbe lieneral AS sembly in consequence. Labor Trouble Bottled. Cuwxno. May 13. Tho OSS employes nf A. H. Andrews' furniture faotory will tra hack to work to-dav. The strike was a r . . . aattlad Saturday at a conierenoe do- tween the employes committee and the Hr tha tnrmi of sottlsmont the IUU. J , ' strlckers got a marked Increase in pay and half a holiday Saturday auring .Tuna. July and Auirust . It Is expected that work will be resumed at the Malle- ahln Iron Works to-day. The molders I have naa nav oav maun ovorw uwv, and the laborers are w rwoivo u pay for over-time. and Mr. Pfnraon and wlfa ad' badlv in- lured that thev are not exneotoa to sur vive. 'A acnntllnir was driven com pie te- lv throuirh the body of Mr. Starr.;. Tha wife and babe of Key; J. 1L (.naniDera were blown In different directions -out nf ah.itr?rir A unitti hlaafc nlnlred tha w- - --aoj - ' - r --- mother up and deposited her alongside Ihfl Ahl (1 ' i ' . .... . St. T.nrns' Mav 13. Rnnnrta from dif ferent parts of Missouri state , that a large amount of property has been ae stroyed and several persons killed by the violent storms of the nast two days. Tn TTarrlonn Cnuntv tha house of William Wlllson was blown away, bis two onu dren killed and several persons injured. Twenty buildings were destroyed' in Gentry County and Mrs. N. Ureen was killed. 1 Near Memphis, Mo., six dwell ings were blown down, but nobody was killed or seriously injureo. CONDUCTOIW CONCLAVE. IXleg-atM ArrlTliif at Roeheatar, K. T.. so A V.UU in. vhvviiviu Bviriv.u vwa taal Ovor the Elootlon of Oflloon. - ftnriririrrKR. N. V.". May 'ii. Delegates to the general convention of tho Order of RailaraT Conductors, which beirlns iU sessions at tbe uty uau mesaay aiter noon, began to arrive Sunday, and there are already at least 300 representatives of the order in the city from all parts of tha country. There are 254 divisions of the order in the United States, Canada and Mexico, and representatives are ex nactfld from eacn oi mom. r. . . . . A spirited contest is exoectca wnen tha nfflcAri are elected. The oresent Grand Chlof Conductor, C. H. Wheaton, la a candidate for re-election, and Grand Secretary William P. Daniels ia said to be a candidate for the office. Tbe few Kntrland delegates are also said to have a favorito, and other candidates are be ing quietly boomed. It is understood that a determined effort will be made to nrasa that clause from the constitution rhioh prohibits strikes. The present Chief Conductor is outspoken in his op- nnaltlnn to this movement and his po sition will undoubtedly affect his canai dacy for re-election. It AN INTO A HAND CA1C promptness, accompanied by a Funeral Di- Repairing a Specialty. 'A,:G.',&G.'L. Newest Furniture Store in Lorain County ! ICompetitor No. 36 Still on Deck.' Chamberlaln'a Ey-and Skin ......... OlntmantT" " aiu; vurv mr vorouie BOM Eyes. Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Il-U Old Chronic 8ores, Fryer Sorea cs ma. Itch, Prairie Pcraiches, Sore Nip pies and piles. It is cooling anj soota ing.i Hundred of case bay beet curea Dy It after all other treatment harl faflojl ui i m- - - ..v mt auu w mil juozes .ior by Fred D. Felt Drugrlst. Iy33t3 - f Dr. A. E. Elliott's Method of KECTAL Treatment PERMANENTLY CURES Piles, Fistula in Ano. Fisanra in Ano,rroritis,or itching piles Ik TT" ' . TT wjo jruie, liigature orCflutery. UClOOli-lU UUUUKU UIO UlUCOl VI iwuuij, J i 11 ji x 11 i -1 1 4m uuwu auu uunuiiig we are csLauxisnuu aguxu xu. it's TruTT?VT?nnvs -RnsTTrF.ss ro know where they can buy the cheapest and , TT'S nnR TnsTTaTsa ' Bv word and act to convince vou that we sell all JaXUUiS Ul 1LU111LLU U AS LOW A a avivr -Vi mi. ernvo 4m 4-Via . nnnnfTT Out" cf-nV la large ana complete, uom a woou-seab cnair to a fine, upholstered parlor set. !" . A A . a111 J 11. J - riciure rraming oi au itmos 10 suu cusiomers. We bid vou a heartv welcome, whether you wish tu uuy or uui. TTNT)F.RTATCTNG Tn oil 4fo VtvamtVioa nrr1sv m Q n o from OTltrif TVTt Benschoten, who is a graduate of Clarke's school 01 einDaiming. uay or iiigat cans jjrumjjuy ar ttUUCU W, CU1U UlU UCSb C11UX u tu picuou. YOUrS, xlOYT & UiliJN BUMUTiiiJM . Bectal Ulceration is the most dangerous of all rectal maladies owmg ro its undermining the sys tem before its victims realize their danger, the absence of pain being due to the scarcity of nerves in afflicted rectum mostly f Assign, T . . - iiroaa irn a n nnw. f Phovidkncb, B. I., May i.-A wrest Unj match for (Kl a side bntween lllbby an4 Cattaoach, at the favtucket rink ' Saturday night, ' broke' op amid gteat xoitement, the police obariflng upon the disorderly orowu wnn vuoir oiuua. ' Xach man had' won one fall The ref ' area left without announcing a decision. nftaan BaalnaM Hoaaa Baraad. BBADroRO, Pa., May UFlf U.n two- story frame bnslaaM house In 'the vll Itf of ElltoottvUle, N. Y., were de stroyed by fire Hunday afternoon. Tha village has no Are department and aa . . .1 ... iv.a fmMHalaaiannn and. Bradford. Th. loM Isabel MrM. nnwTiiioDOK. Pa.. Mav 13. The Iron r Pnmnanv. dolne business. In this hU. i.A rarllsle. Pa., made ia asslirn mant Raturdav. TDe assirrnmem is aue to tbe inability of the oompany to meet its matured naper. rresiasnt pun .(,i. r the Iron Car Com Dan v, ia also .M.M.nt of the Huntingdon Manufao turlnf , Company.' rinoi mo ouuiyamoa were closely allied in Business. a M tA a.sT Ilalnai f nWlawfl. 1 I CHai-asTOif, aU C . May Ui-Tha TTnttaA Rtatea Dlstrtvt Judie baa re- t,.mA tn irrant a writ of" habeas eornus transfer Deputy UalUd States Mar shal Miller, lnvoivea in tne jingvoa i ai.ir- nasn. from the State to tho United slatee Oour .I'vMlll.r, howaver, win ha tranifarred from the Lexlns'ton to the Columbia lalL tie is atraia i oi :J:) immtf'-r Uaaov Minre Oaaa. . St. Albabs. 'Vt, May H.-omoera have solied 900 gallons of liquor In an establishment wMcn, unaer tormer pro nixLnra.' has oeeB aneoesslvelv raided .a anallv adludired a nulsanoe. The linunv was recently shipped herety ltvata-tti firm. &nd the cam ftDDftrently direotlv within the reeent United ut.taa rnurt decision. " The outcome ia awaited with intereat, " ...4 1 11 " I ' Crnm Jail and Lrneaad. ' II umit. Te..'Mav 11 -Ed Bennett, a negro eonvlot who outraged a white lady thrtO "mlleo irom aere , eaiuruay 1 Bight, waa captured latoi by k sheriff's TMiaaa. taken irom inu UI a auu auu- day afternoon and hanged to a tree. Bennett waa serving a penitentiary term for rape. ; Tarrlbl ratal Aaaldant. . Paris, May 13. Portions of the works a'onneoted with extensive building oper atlons at tha Alaslses fort near Namur mllaosed Sundav, burying twenty per- one In the- debrla. 1ve lead bodies ..j i.aIyi tn lured Dorsona have been itrlceted f ro the ruins. -' Three Men KlUed by a Collision on the Burllaa-ton Northara Kallroaa. St. Paul. Minn.. Mar 13. Tho spe cial train on the Burlington & Northern railroad bearing the Boston eympnony rwnnaatra waa wrecked at Preaootti Wis.. Sundar afternoon and a terrible accident narrowly averted. A mile ahna Haatlnm the train ran into a hand par loaded with section . bands, both coins at too speed. The hand car waa thrown thirty feet to one side ana threemen, names unknwn, were instant ly klled and two others, severely In- IllrAd. The SDCClal was derailed ana mo angina Wlv orlnnled. The passengers were roughly knocked about ana more or less bruised, but none seriously in lured. A dolav of four hours occurred, and an engine sent from here brought In the train. - i . A Duel to the Death, Vw York. Mav 12. Franohonl Mioh' aeli and Fasquale Marasooa fought with a razor and stiletto eany unaay morn in nn the dock at the foot of Roosevelt street, injuries bolng Inflicted of whloh Michael! dlod In tne artornoon, wnua Maraauoa Is in a serious condition. Thnre were no witnesses to the affray, but the police bolleve the men were members of a gang of counterfeiters; th.t vinhanll was susDected of being a . .. ... . , ' . .. . spy and tnat tne iragoaj grow uu oi this suspicion. Jlarascoareiuses to tain. Wont Flood Evar Known In Australia. RiwFnaKrisco. Mavl3. The teamer Zoalandla, from Australia, which arrived Saturday night, brings advlcos that the irraatest flood in the history of Australia nnmirred 'Anrll 18 at Bourke, on the Darling river. . The river broke tnrougn tbe embankment surrounding tus piaoo, ..4 .nt.m.r.Hul the town to the depth. of three feet Bourke Is now in tbe midst of an inland sea rorty mues wiao, nd many or the ouuaings are oouapamg. Daatraetlve Wind and Rain Storm. Manrrn. Pa.. May 13. Saturday ev.n- t- . tapifln wind' atorm. aoooaiDanied by thunder and Ughtnlwr, swept across this city. Tbe resldenoe of Alezandet Bedman was uitea irvm w muuuauuu, carried a dlsUnce of several feet and set down, spilt in the middle and other .mairad. The family was not In jured. ' Trees were nroaen anu ion and outbulldlns leveled with the ground. Will have something i to say in this space next week. flvmnrAm. P T1 m tyuf wiuo yt xveuiai uicer fain OF VAfilrnaoa 1 portion of back, often referred to kidney troubles, burning in rectum " wit iiuuuig aooui anus, at tended with a moisture caused by discharge from ulcer, constipation eumeumes attended with spells of diarrhoea, finally resulting in chronic diarrhoea,when the disease u auwunt Deyona cure, but if not too long neglected may yet b cured ; mucous and bloody dis- vu..o0 uuui rectum, soreness through bowels extending to stomach causing dyspepsia; ia .vv.unjuoun, vngiuai ana u terine inflammation resulting in leuoorrhoBa and ulceration. Send 4-. T f m i .a i ajvui, v., ior aescrtptive pamphlet. Examination and Consult tion FREE. WLLBB AT C. WILLAKD. ;iBtritltItis!-i1 a a DEUGS, BOOKS, Soliool Supplies, BOOKS AND DESK FURNISHINGS STATIONERY ' y m ORE AT VARIETY AT J. W. HOUGHTON'S. Miscellaneous Books. Carleton's Poems. ' Red Line and Household Editions Standard Poets. Poems in Leather ana t ancy iiindings. Late Works of Fiction and Travel. Bibles in Great Variety. iintinnnriaa nnn vk nimii hh. iivUVUBtivO V J VV JVVMWWI 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 XTallirtrrfnTl uauca Fromlle.m.toJp.m.. Third Thursday in each month. Twaaty-saVlaa Horaas Bnrnad. TtnaTnir Mav' 19.--Twenty-soven val uable hqret V prP"7 Cambridge Bentlemoh,-ere burned to death Satur day la i tho -Oxford stable, - the finest boardlnj stable in tambrldie. The loss wllLreacn a"jo,uuu. oovrai ui iu. u were not4 steppers. The proprietor of the stable estimates tne total loss at 130,0001 Qaly seven animaia weresaveq. Nkw OmiKAws, May U.-ReporU are received that torrlflo hall storm via load Oraad Isle and vlolnlty a few days ag-o, dolnir damairo roufhly estimated at S30.O00. The hall atonea out up oabbaffa, tomatoes and other vegetables. Strip ping tbe trees and breaking every pane of glass on the Island, i ; BUoneratad by a Coroner's Jory. Eoouistkb; N. V,, May ll Coroner n v. twuraa tha lnnumtlnthe Ltnch Stoddard shooting oaae Saturday, t Sev eral witnesses testinea as to oioaaara k. rannta and that thev heard hint threaten Lvbch's Ufa. The Jury brought i a vardlot exonerating Detootlva Lynch from blame. Ontical and Art Goods. Albums, of all kinds, and every variety of Goods usuauv soia in a ituk anu book oujre. Competent Druggist in attendance at all hours. Prescriptions and uomnonnauis a ouccimiv. , . f - K W - N. B -Sundavs Mr. Panel! will be at the store for a short time before and after mornlai i . .. ... niLMu Af annntwl air nanaaliarv madlolDaa. ma f VIIDI wrTiwiwi r" r "-rr. 1J Kavaadrnpplnff Rapartar fUUaaad front Nw YoaaU May 11 Reporter Dll worth Choate. of the World, who was mmlfaM in r.iirllnw atraflt tall for oon tempt of court in eavesdropping at tha I laoK trial, was reieasea o. thlrtv dava' lmnrlaonmenl He that aaidhUlWO flae. ) ; . , ; ' ; aRBVniTMAmtmlwrable , bv In. dlzestlon, Constipation, Dlizlness,Lo.s of Appetite Yellow 8kln Shlloh's VlUllwr la positiyecure. ' . Jack the Eipper.;' TV iv.lt.rn.nl nailaafl hv 'lilts lnhn man atonster is scarcely equaled by that" Sroaueea oy ine Rreai aiacaverj vi u lies the Bettors 1 1 ve ... Nervine. It speedily euros . nervous prosirauon, change of life, pain, dullness and con fusion In head, fits, sleeplessness, the kin., nanralala nalnltatlnn. monthly pains, etc. Mr John 8 Wolf, druggist, of IT llarUla. Mlnh.t Talllott anu JHOSS. ' ot Oreensburg, Ind., and A W Black burn, of Wooster, O., say that "Tha Nervine sells better then anything we ever sold, ana gives universal Banaia.--tl.n." Dr Miles' new IlluiUrted treat ise on the Nerves and Heart and trial bottle free at E W Adams' drug store. 4 COHSOXPTIOX 8URZIT CURED. To Ttra KDrroa riean Inform your read, era that I naveanosltiveretaadyfortbeabov aamad dlaeaaa. By Its tlovsly M tboaaaods e boMlMi eaaas have kaaa narmaaantly eured I ibsll be ilad to send two botUai e( ny rem, dy rain to any of roar reedars who have eoa sumpUoa It chey will sand BM thalr express and vest offlee addreas. KaspesUally, t,KWUVH.U.QWil TV Hal(rWorh, Prescrintion of all Physicians Accurately compounded at Fred D. Felt's hw. arm Mn And tha larffpaL atiwk ,f toilet srtlolra, aerfumTs, cosmHtlcs,ponges balr, bath,- shaving slid .toth bru'hrs. Truss fltllog a spectiliy. All tbe leading paten medicines cso be fonnd on my shelves. My stnes f drnirs snd chemicals csnnol be excelled In town. Also sole agent lor Van Wert's Balsam for (be throat and lungs, which 1 ran recommend tn all as a superior remodv fur couch, colds, asthma, bioucbitts snd consumption We ensrantee to cure or tn"wv lefunded. Call for trial stitu fre. Lnrtm dollar bt tie, holding one hlf-rln fur BO rents. Itamember the place, IT red I), felt, li-iy lC1'Jir-sinaiaaa-i A rar. uHHlicinalwa.KMjnd tkalouiwwhaa all alaif alia lii4iinloa, lawara t UM, aiaauMie Wtak."atnn.iUil w.i lavahiabia ha t;rutnUw. )r,n!a WwVna ana all palaa and di. ,114 11. SkiauMk aad Bowaa. tag. at vruorau .alaabla tia 1M and dl. a rjrucal HINDERCORN8. frt, fforatau4 bsw dmr fnrOnmm, hnnim.& U imih. )utaw vutfifoar ta um Tateji, Mwrmr uuil ' -muifnarzsi, Mi Aai40awJ-. T PILES, PILE8. Loose's HedlCloTer Pl'a Bemady. is a positive spectflo for all forms of the disease. Blind, Bleedlno, Itching, Ul cemated, and Protruding Piles. Price BO Tot sale by Fred Felt. City'. Market, Li Ia the beat place in the city to get strictly No. 1 Meats, and Sausage Fresh and Salted. Meat always clean. Atteotioa alwa jlvrn. Prtceialwaysfalr. ' "' ' FREt) ABBOTT, . Booeessorte , WHITNEY ft ABBOTT . Carpenter Block. - Welllnctoi.l Pill VBI tclsntlAe.CammanStaa III la Traatmant for flits, aac f la, I., O all dlaaamafth lactun annVI " witkaat th. aaaot aailwUatura. Racaly latartarlof with tha natlaat'a ardlnarv datlaa and practically aalnlaaa. A. M. t I:M P. M. ' l. . mrrxojf, n. nn ' l ATWATEB BLDOCLETKaJUrD, S blllkll. PRESEITi'lTlVF. A taornnghlT taatad and trbolaat praparatto br arrartliia fanaaataUon, anabllna oaa U hav. rtaaarklfiiaaldarUiayaararaaaa. Haaaaaao tha Barkdj all yaara, aid fc) Indnraad br Hum aadawboaataaaadlt, H thorouchr ouu-OUa. aa. ImparU ao fnralaa taaU. Pot ap la btnas daalct d tor and 60 all. paakacat, ratailint'at Kan. Mala Sold h daalara ar aaat ay avaU oa raaalp tptiee. in.Ua aao1s,raoiia,aiifan.e oldbyF.D. 1l SBIIAH'S ATARRH BXMEDY dCltlvaettv forrntvrh, Dlphflter aiiburatouth. , .