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THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY?' NOVEMBER 26, 1890.
8 Office or Wbstkkn White Bbonzk C!o., Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 15th, 1890. . Bailor Emtikpeibi: , I arrived ut this place lust evening! bridging with me an order for a very fine White Bronze Monument for a tamily In Black Hawk Co. The monument will be made ut the foundry in this city, where all of the work is made lor the Western States and where many lurge monuments will be made duilng the wiuter and set on or about next decoration day; I saw an equestrian design which will bo built for Oil. Tendrill of the 2nd Cavalry of Den ver. The base is 13 by 8 feet, with a suit able inscription, die aud cup, the whole surmounted kwitli a beautilul sleed on which the late Col. of the Regiment sits in the act or commanding. Height of the whole structure 23 feet. I am promised a photograph of the Monument at some fu ture tjme. Toe Co. have several orders for Soldiers' monuments, besides the many large monuments for families, all to be completed aud shipped on or More May 20th next. The finest Bronze Mon uments I have yet seen are in this fitate where there art. many of them, erected by the wealthy people that do not hesitate to invest large sums of money In White Bronze work. I visited the capitol building in this city, a magnificat stone structure from the basement to tiio cupola at the top. To uttempt a desciption ot it is too much at t'jistime; suffice it to saythnt with Ihe decorated marble floors, ceilings and bronze statuary, etc , seen there is simply "immense." The city bus a population of 52,000, a tii'm of many thousands since the Capital was removed to this place. The Govern ment P. O. building is another superb structure ot stone; the interior is finished iti hnru wood and every convenience is Lad. 1 notice the sldewulks, in front or Business buildings I would say lire 10 feet wide, ginerully of stone. The walk to the Capitol building is Just about suchawnllcas that on the eustsideol South Main St. in Irontofthe schoo house. Those lu front ol resiliences are generally 0f W(Wj and are 4 and 5 feet wide. I am told tout the mayor takes no pride in seeing (but the wulks are kept in repairs or that the black mud is cleaned from the crossings. I notice a big ill (Ver ruca in the two cities, that of Wellington" first, and Des Moines, second. I have not os yet seen a vllluge that compares with Mxat of Wellington for good streets, walks aud cleaoliuess generally. All oivinf per haps to the enterprise ol the Mayor and town council. Yours Tiuly, It. N.G. Is the most ancient and most general of all diseases. Scarcely a family Is entirely tree from It, while thousands everywhere are Its Buttering slaves. Hood's Barsaparllla bas bid remarkable success In curing every form ot scrofula. The most severe and painful running sores, swellings In the neck or goitre, humor In the eyes, causing partial or total blindness, yield to the powerful effects of tills medicine. It thoroughly re moves every trace of Impurity from the blood and builds up the weakened system. "My little daughter's life was saved, as we believe, by Hood's Barsaparllla, Before she was six months old she bad t running scrofula sores. One physician advised the amputation of one of her fingers, to which we refused assent. When we began giving her Hood's Barsaparllla, a marked Improve ment was notloed and by a continued use of It her recovery was complete. And she Is now, being seven years old, strong and healthy." B. O. Jones, Alna, Lincoln County, He. N. B. Be sure to get Hood's. A' Great American Magazine, THIS HUfVESS OK "TUB CF.NTt'UV" AND ITS PLANS FOB 1HU1. Tin CutTuav Uioaxixr Is now so well-known that to tell of Its past success seems almost an otd story. The N. . Tribune bas said that It and Its companion, St. Nicholas for Young Folks, Issued by the same house, "are read by every one person In thirty ot the country's VTiiulatlon,"-and large editions ol both are sent beyond the seas. It is an Interesting fact mat a lew years ago It was fjund that seven thousand copies of The Century went to Scot- land.-qulte a respectable edition la Itself. The question In England Is no longer "Who reads an A me. lean book?" but "Who does not art the American magazlnesT" A few years ago Tbe Century about doubled its circulation with the famous War Papers trj Ueneral (J rant and other, adding many more readers later with the Lincoln llistory ana Hennan s thrilling articles on tbe filbert an Exile tjystrm. One great feature of 1891 is tube "THS SOLD HUSTKKS OF CiLIFOSXU," describing that remarkable movement to tbe K4ld fields In '19, In a series of richly Illustrat ed articles written by survivors, Including tbe narratives ot men wbo went to California by the different routes, accounts of the gold dls tsveries, life In the mines, tbe work of tbe v!i!llaiice committees (by the chairman of tbe committees) etc., etc. General Fremont's last nil ting was done for this series- In Novem ber appears the opening article, "Tbe First ffmlgrant Train to California," erosslng tbe ockles In Uil,-by General Bldwell, a pioneer el pioneers. Thousands of American families Who had some relative or friend among "tbe rxonauts of '49" will be interested In these pa tera. UKT OTHIt OOO D THIHOS AIS COalXO, the narrative of an American's travels through that unknown land Tibet (for 7W miles over TOund never before trod by a white manJi the experiences of escaping War-Prisonersi American Newspapers described by well- Down journalists; accounts of tbe treat In dian Fighters, Custer and others; personal an ecdotes of Lincoln, by his private secretaries; "Tbe Faith Doctor," a novel by Edward Eggle (un. with a wonderfully rich programme of ovelettes and stories by most of the leading writers, etc., ete. It Is also announeed that The Century has (tarehaaed the right to print, before Its appear alee In France or any other country, extracts from advance sheets of tbe famous Talley rand Memoirs, which have been secretly pre served for half a century to be first given to the world through the pages of an American magazine. All Europe Is eagerly awaiting the publication of this personal history of Talley rand greatest of Intriguers snd diplomats. The November Century begins the volume, and new subscribers aheuld commence with thai Issue. Ihe subscription price IM.OO) may fct remitted directly to the publishers. The CJuturj Co 8 East 17th 8U Hew Tork, or alnglo cosies may be purchased of any news dealer. The publishers offer to tend a free sample copy-a recent back number to any wm desl ring It. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by druggists. 1; six for 5. Prepared only I Bold by drnggUu. 1; six for S3. Prepared only by 0. 1 HOOD CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Hats, by 0. 1. HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mm. 100 Doses One Dollar ' 100 Doses One Dollar , 1864. 1890. FIRST NATIONAL BK; WX3IjXJXlTa-1,OiT, OHIO, ''; . . CAPITAL $100,000.00, STJBPHjS $10,000.00. Does a General Bunking Business, Receives Deposits, Buys aud sell Nev, York Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts issued on all European count des S. 8. WAKNEK, President. E. A. HOUR, nsMer WM. CUSHION, Jr., Ass't Cashier. ' 8. 8. WARNER S.K.LAUNDON C.W.nORR. R.A.UORR. ED WARD WEST. teel Ranges! Tub Health op Children. "I think," said a leading physician of 8L Louis, "that children from one to ten years of age are tbe most delicate and yet most neglected members of a community." I)r. Hand of Bcranton, Pa an able phys ician and specialist In the diseases of chil dren, becoming convinced of the wants of heJ'ttle ones, lormulated a series of ef ficacious remedies for children. Hit Colic Cure, Diarrhoea Mixture, Teething Lotion sod Worm Elixir are the remedies for special savice at this time. Bend for ropy of Dr. Hand's Mothers' Adviser and Children's Friend: it will psy yon many times over. Tbe Hand . Medicine Co., 805 Cherry St., Phils., will send It free of cost Be careful in making&'a selection of a Steel Range, as many of them will3stand a good deal of pounding and knocking around and but little heat without warping and twisting out of shape. "A word to the wise is sufficient." You can buy good ones, which are fully warranted at prices from $35.00 to $55.00 of WILBUR & 00LLIFS5 WELLINGTON, OHIO. mm mm Sic-t i'tjHtid Jfy; Wtffyitjir -.y. I folk (h !iWM0W 1 - .7 fll'lll (toWf$'t$?Vfh 4tiiiir 0tjgjfi Wtlt'tft -iMf, tbftou " ' -1i:-KH.vJitr . .U ' - ' I'll ' " Willi' : II II I M III I III i III I , li'l i'.ii 1 Tlie Omnibus and Transfer Lino conveys Paesengera and Bncrtiaee to and from trains or residences Also collects and distributes express, doiner a cenera' exDressiue and nackace business. Leave orders or telephone American House. Price 15c. to Buy part of the city, H. 8. SMI1H, Manager.- For WEAK and DEBILITATED MEN. A NEW DISCOVERY 1 BY- DR. ALBERT. TESTICURA EXTERNOSUM AFTER yeans of experience In the leading lloaplUtla or She World, and aa a Private .poelalUt In tke treatment of Boznol Weik. sisiws, DK. ALUKHT dm Anally ba Induced to place before tbe sUOletod at nominal aipenae, Uila WONDERFUL REMEDY ! o 5 TESTICURA EXTERNOSUM For tke Cure f Seminal Weiknett, lm- patency, Nooturaal Enltilens. Varlcooele, end Laok ef V Development J ' TESTICUBA EXTERNOSUM Applied dlreot to the parte. NoNaueeeee Drnge that Ruin the Stomioh. Goaranteed Cure, er A V Meney Refunded. KsTA PERFECT RESTORATION GUARANTEED."! eat to any part of the IT. S.( aeenrely paeked, lroa frosst obser Tation. nposi receipt ot ti.OO, For fall lnfonnatlon. addreaa eDeloslng 4 cent poataget Th ALBERT MEDICAL DISPENSARY, Cleveland, 0. CwcHtswi-s Cmoush, flea Cross 4 f EtUWKCWlVli M SiW, , TMSOKIOINAtSHOOIKUim. TSr If Stafo. Sarr, .H nk.Ua Diahono Bnf.tto M. .. I JO kIM M1. tUi l I kflT . n "M " A f m.lMMI T.lln, 7- r u r ait ii M tmd hmtlmuim. u.n..i.ra, miranwi, mmn -Hrllrp lr lA.lra." In trumr, S, rtmrm Mi.tl ft 5S ' V- Vi illitiyyi in mi mm Specimen Copies and Beautiful Calen.'ar Gent Free. Comes EVERY Week Read in 450.000 Homes Stories 6YTHE AUTHORS SCIENCE ' AND mnn itoauel Charming CHIIBREKS Page F0R4LL Twr Family .V other Wmlly Paptr yi'mt so grfal a Variety tif Entirlmnmt and Inttrvctin RratHnf at n low priet." THIS SLIP FREE TO JAN. I, 1891. Ta aar NP.W Hl HSCRIBEtt wka will eat eat aad aend as this alia with time aad addrriu and ai.7-1 Ha Postal or F-rprtn Money Order or Hroietered Letter ol tar HsM, ws will aead TUB VOI'TH'H COMPANION FKKKta Janaary. aad far a Fall Year lYens taal Data. Thlaaflrr larladra Iba FIVE DOI'BI.R HOLIDAY Nt'M BEBM far Taaakatlaa. Chrlatsaaa. New Year', Easier aad Kearih.or.Jalr, aad all Iks Illaatratcd Weekly ttaaalemeala. i'lff' THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, dl Temple Place, Boston, Mas. WITH S1.75 TRAVELERS' REGISTER. C.CUi , (VANDCHDILT SYSTEM.) Fromtndifler Nor.I6,18W,trslDswlllpss Wei, lOKioassrouows: CENTRAL 6TANDAKO TIMR. OOINU Wilt. No ItlfhtBx :8p. m No.3T-olumbus Accum. :.' p.m No 7-Hpl.N.Y. el.L. tx 4:tp.m No.8 Wuulh Western fix 11:0 a, m No S ln. Col's Kx 8:17 s.iu No. 2:t CleT'd snd Wbeellna Ex.. . K:'l m Mo.ei-Locsl rralght 11:46a. m ooimo cast. Ho.H-Nlrht Ex f.:fW.m No.8-4'lrelsiid Accnm !:.17s. no. n wonui western Ki i(l:Vt.m No.etWheellns snd t'le'd Kx M p. m No. Clnclnosll A Cleru'd Kx B::!p.m rio.6vi.cairrrigai, s:uup.i i-$oi. S, T. 9, S, 10 and 24 will ran dally. are WlEELffi) 1 USC CUE Eilltlll. Clereland b Mariotta E. B From tad sfterDec.T, 1889. trslnswlllpsss Wsl mKion as louows " OOINO BAST BUBdsmTlme, . S.12S.D. , lO.Sns.m. .. 4.1pm. ...SOS pm. , ..t.45s.m, , No. I No.J. No.T No. No. IT (Local) ;. ...... : GOIRQ WEST . No.t , 4..in.ta. Na. 4,.., 1 10, 6M.ro. No.( S.IHp.m. Ko. S WMp.m No. IStLocsl) ..2.20p.m. -Trnlii No t will leava Toledo ons hour Into, Sunday, and run oue hour late train all stations to Orrrllle. Nos. 1,1 snd (dally) others dally x. Sandsr. Fnrthertnrorinatlonlnrarardto this Una will befoooilonnsreS. w 11 Oil' A TTT'TJ'T Men to soil my WA It Ail IXiU KANTKU MUBHICUY I.M. Hum I Jal UraactsU, CMICHISTia CHIStlCSL CO., M.dl,. H,.M,i. C'K. Hood pay weekly cnaranteed K. Write forSnrms, K. O. Hoclteator,. N. . TUT I KK fl HA II AN. Nlirsfrrmin (Ibis house Is reliable.) Facts i People . Learning. . When competitors in' trade hae more to say of the methods others are pursuing thuti ol their own, customers are Halite to stpect that B'wnelbini; Is not quile right, nuen ueaiers isik sihiui lottery BcDtmes, Loiik rrofltssnd Short GinmIh, Ziyent An tes to mislead buyers, Uini LiIidk Device, now you tee It and nuw-y. u dou'l, Typi; astonishingly Low Kln-s in oiIiith, the vople have a n rr-ci rlitht to think that those who tnlk nlxml such meihods bnvf txH-n there. Now I do not wish to corrupt the Virgin Purity or Immaculittc Sensibility ol those I sin Id competition with, but can say without ooabtlnx thst 1 ant getting my share of the trade by attending to my own Business In my own way I keep a general line of HOSIERY! mm is w.wiii, whlr.h I purchase oftTu and that will bo fouod FHES'I and just as represented at an time, i expect by btrlct Integrity and Straight Korwanl Dealing with my customers to merit and nliluln a llberitl share of patronsge. QiHids Delivered Promptly anywhere in the Corporation. S. 3L. SO-IBL Crosier Block, Wellington, 0. I TBAOIklAnir To meet long felt wnnt for s F1RKT-CLA88 BLACK (STOCK IN (J lu hu absoluutly fast color I have bnunht a stock nf the culebratud Cloanfast - ZIosiozy. I have these coods In Children's, .Vtli"s', La dles', Youths' snd Men's sIwi.hihI will war rant them strictly fast In u.iinr. This line of Koorts will be bandied In emim-clloo with my work at the Beurdlct Shoe Cn'a store. Call and see th'm.onedoorwrstof the hnrdware store. rKANCES A. BENEDICT. PEESH Notice of Appolntmant. Rstateof Mtron llawlny. deceased. The underslKiird hare been aDDolnted and quail fled as executors of the will and the estate of Myron Hawley, late of UuDtluglon, Lorain county. Uhlo, deceased. Uatoa tins suth any of uctober, a. v. isw. H. A. Hoss, 47 , C.L.UiWtsr. -AT- E.EOBINSCN'S