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J. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
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Oathered from All Quarters.
The river miners of the l'ittsburffh
district met on the 20th and, after cen
suring their local officers, formally
withdrew from the United Mine Work
en' Association the Federation of La
bor. The district will at once enter the
Knights of Labor.
ImmigraNts to the number of 2,840
were landed at the barge office, New
York, on the iflth, of whom 1,088 were
The governed has vetoed the bill re
cently passed by the Michigan legisla
ture appropriating $30,000 for the enter
tainment of the 0. A. R. at the annual
encampment in Detroit next August, on
the ground of its unconstitutionality.
Johk Ryan's Sons, of Atlanta, Ga.,
the largest dry goods house in the South
Atlantic states, was closed by the sheriff
on the 26th.
TBE cominiasioners appointed by the
president in accordance with the act of
uongress to negotiate with the various
tribes of, Indians now occupying the
Cslville reservation in Washington, has
completed its labors. An agreement
was reached with the Indians by which
1,500,000 acres, or a trifle more than one
half the reservation, are to be add to
the government for 91 per acre and
thrown open to settlement
The Illinois senate on the 20th passed
the bill appropriating $1,003,000 for the
Cornri.118 A. Kino. New York agent
for IlinchcllfTo Hros., the Tnterson (N.
J.) brewers, has disappeared and is al-
'eged to be a defaulter to the amount
of $20,000. His downfall was brought
about by fast living.
The United States supreme court has
dismissed the writs of error in the
caaos' of Juiro, Slooum, Smllcr and
'.Vood, the condemned murderers now
ia Sing Sinu prison. The four men will
now be re-sentenced to die by electrici
ty, as they have no further legal hope.
At Kangor, Me., on Vie 27th George
' Oman and Ham Julian, hailing from
Nova Scotlu. were arrested on suspicion
of botng connected with the recent at
tack on a Mnine Central railroad train
at Kn field.
At Farmlngton, Mo., Martin Bur
baugli, an old man, had been missing
for three months. On the 27th his re
mains were found within 800 yards ol
his son's residence. The head was sep
arated from the body and the latter wai
b&dly decomposed.
Tub steamship City of Paris, which
sailed from New York on the iTth, took
81,250,009 in gold.
Thk trial of the New Haven railroad
directors for the fatal tunnel disastel
has been set do wn f or J une 22.
At riattsluirgh, N. Y., on the 27th t
boiler exploded at the Iron Mountain
mines, fatally injuring Henry Lilerty
and severely Injuring two others, namet
not known. The boiler room and eon
tents were badly wrecked.
At Kalamazoo, Mich., on the 27th
Ex-Chief Justice Sherwood was stricken
with paralysis and was said to be in
critical condition.
Green Wki.ls, who shot and killed
John Fly recently at Columbia, Tenn.,
was captured at Iron City on the 20th.
On hearing of bis capture a large crowd
gathered and took the prisoner and
handed him to a tree and shot him.
Isaac Dknolrr, pobtraaster at Obcr
lln, Pa., who was shot by burglars In
his store recently, died on the 20th.
At Iiro-Myn, N. Y., on the 27th the
aixty-Kceond anniversary of the, llrook
lyn Sundtiy school union was celebrated
by exercU-s at the various Sunday
schools and a parade, with 67,000 chil
dren in line.
Petkr Hart, a torpedo shooter, was
instantly killed on the 27th three milei
north of lirailford, Pa., by an explosion
of glycerine in an oil well ht Kew City.
Thk Central Traffic association, em
bracing Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and
Michigan, has made a rate of one fare
for the round trip to tho annual en
zampmentof the O. A. R. to be held at
Detroit in August
Tm: annual meeting of the Pacific
Mall Steamship Company was held at
New York on the 27th and resulted in
the re-election of the old board of direc
tors without opposition. The annual
report shows surplus earnings of 1803,
919 after paylug all chargefl.
Merchandise exports from the
Dnited States during April aggregated
in value t70,B31,549, against 803,528,81)
in April, 1890. Imports during April
past were valued at 81,209,680, against
171,902,140 in April, 189a
The dwarf, Frank Pram, who started
from New York, Apr'.l 28, to walk to
San Francisco in three months, with
only five dollars for expenses, arrived
In Chicago on the 27th in fair trim. H
la to get 81,000 from a New York papet
If he succeeds.
The will of Millionaire John T.
Faush was filed for probate at New
York on the 20th. There are charitabU
bequests aggregating 3280,000. St
Luke's hospital and the Home for In
curables at Fordham get 800,000 each;
Domestic and Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the P. E. church and Church
Mission for Deaf Mutes 820,000 each,
and Seaside sanitarium and New York
Cancer hospital 825,000 each.
The biennial conference of the gen
eral assembly of the United Presby
terian Church In the United States
opened at Princeton, Ind., on the 27th
with a large attendance of clerldal and
lay delegates, representing all the
churches of the country.
Dr. Oabrison, who shot and killed
Dr. Iialrd in Wheeling, W. Vs., last
March, was on the 27th convicted of
2 order In the second degree. The pen
iy from five to eighteen years in
fie penitentiary.
TBI supreme court of the United
' etates adjourned on the 25th until the
acondMouday in October
Sttpercaroo Burt an (';; t. O'Far-
rell, of the I'alian acboou.ii' Kobsrt and
Minnie, have been indicted by the gran t
Jury at Los Angeles, Cal. O'Farre,, is
in iall but Burt is out on JtO.OOo bail.
At Marinette, Wis., on tn 87tn, ore
In the lumber yard of the Menominee
Elver Sash and Door Company destroyed
8,000,000 feet of lumber. Loss, (M0,000
Insurance, $25,000.
At Paris, on the 28th ult M. Bergler,
counsellor in the court of appeals at
Bordeaux, committed suicide owing to
losses In bourse speculations amount
ing to S200 100. '
Ar Philadelphia, Pa, on the 28th ult
president W. D. Kennedy and cashier
H. H. Kennedy, of the Spring Garden
bank were arrested charged with false
entries In the bank record and embez
zlement of $100,000. In default of $20,-
000 and $15,000 ball respectively they
were held for examination.
The funeral services of Judge Al-
phonse Taft took plaee from the old
homestead of the family at Cincinnati,
0-, on the 28th ult Rev. George A.
Thayer officiated.
W. A J. M. JIknt, boot and shoe man
ufacturers of Cochituate, Mass., on the
28th ult were reported to be financially
embarrassed. Their liabilities are esti
mated at $150,000. The assets are ma
chinery and the factory and the real es
tate. At Durango, Col., on the 28th ult a
fire started in the saloon of J. C. Sutter
lln and consumed a number of buildings
in tho block. The block was composed
entirely of frame buildings, seven of
which were saloons. Loss, $25,000.
At Sioux Falls, 8. D., on tho 28th
nit, acting under instructions from
Judge Shims, the jury In the case of
Plenty Horses, charged with the mur
der of Lieut Casey, returned a verdict
of not guilty.
At Omaha, Neb., on the 28th ult the
wholesale liquor house of William
Darst & Co., was closed by its creditors.
Liabilities $80,000; assets, $75,000.
At Grand Rapids, Mich,, on the 27th
ult Henry Morse, an inmate of the sol
diers' borne, from Detroit, entered a
room at the home occupied by Henry
Harrington and stabbed the latter half
a dozen times in the side with a butcher
knife, inflicting wounds which were
thought to be fatal.
Tub "business portion of Birmingham,
Erie county, O., was almost entirely
destroyed by fire on the 28th ult, en
tailing a loss of at least $50,000.
Near Leavenworth, Kan., recently,
while John Peterson, a farmer, and his
family, ten persons in all, were sitting
at the supper table, a bolt of lightning
passed through the dining room and
reedered them all unconscious. One of
them, Carrie, twelve years old, was In
stantly killed and several others re
ceived serious Injuries.
The explosion of a boiler In Kramer's
sawmill at Frankfort Ind., on toe 28th
ult instantly killed Englnoer Hall and
fatally hurt William Davis, John Swar
engen and Etie Coons, besides terribly
injuring several others.
While Martin Spillman and wife
were driving across the railroad track
near Lebanon, Ind., on the 28th ult
they were struck by the east-bound
train on the Big Four road and fatally
injured. .
loan M. D. Fanhhawe, who was
found guilty of arson in tho first degree
about a month ago, for having set fire
to his room In s fashionable boarding
house In New York City, was on the 28th
ult sentenced to twelve years snd six
O. O, Bowman has been appointed re
ceiver of the Star rubber works at
Trenton, N. J. The liabilities are over
$500,000 and the assets less than $400,000.
The treasury department has re
scinded the circular of May 7, 1891, dis
continuing allowances of drawback on
sugars used In the manufacture of con
densed milk, confectionery and other
articles mode wholly or in part from su
gar on hand prior to March 1.
Joski'h Newton, a prominent citizen
of Vienna, 111., suicided on the 28th ult
by shooting himself when he heard that
the marshal was after him in connec
tion with a counterfeiting case.
At New York the sales agents of the
authraaite coal producing companies
ordered an advance of fifteen cents per
ton on all sizes June 1. They also de
cided to restrict pioductlon during the
month of June to K, 250,000 tons.
The American express robbery at
Carroll, Ia, a few days ago, has taken
a decidedly sensational turn. Clerk
Matthews, who was found tied snd
gagged, has confessed to complicity tn
the crime. He says the robbery was
planned by himself, Craig Niswonger
and Anson Scharnweber, two young
men of Carroll Ha rent with Super
intendent Garner to an old vacant bouse
west of town and hauled out from con
cealment $3,400, which lacked only 80.89
of the amount stolen. His confederates
were placed under arrest
Da Yin Mkkkkii, s pioneer and former
partner of Senator Stanford, died at
San Francisco on the S5th. He went to
California In 1850 and was prominent tn
state politics.
F ahcis A. Wimikr, professor of ana
lytical chemistry in Rutgers college,
died at New Ilruuswlck, N. J., on the
K5th, aged 40, of pneumonia. He was a
native of Michigan.
Johji B. Hoi.i.f.mikck, who was a
lieutenant in the war of 1812, died at
Burlington, Vt, on the 24th, aged M
years. He was the oldest mason in the
world, having been Initiated In 1818.
Col. Henry L. KkNohick died at New
York City on the 24th. For thirty-five
years Col. Kendrick served as an in
structor st West Point and had under
his tuition many young men who after
ward became famous. Grant, Sherman,
Hancock and Stonewall Jackson were
his pupils. 1
Jambs McHenry, well known as the
principal litigant In the suits' against1
the management of the Erie railway
some years ago, la desd st London.
Da Henry J. Vandyke, a prominent
Presbyterian divine, died at Brooklyn,
N. Y., on the 26th, aged 66 years. He
was a member of the faculty of Union
theological seminary and one of Dr.
Bfiggs' ardentsupporters.
A BOX providing for a State consti
tutional ( convention has passed both
branches of the rcnnsvlTanla legisla
ture and now goes to the governor.
Rear Admiral S. P. CAimsrt died at
Washington on the 26th.
Ex-Gov. DAVinBoTi.KR.dieil su.Menly
f heart fai'nre at his home near Haw
nee City, Neb., on the 25th, aged 03.
He was Nebraska's first governor afier
she becm.io a stat'v
Capt. Cornelius Lovkll, s strong
temperance advoeatsi," died at Boston,
Mass., on the 27th, ai(ed 80.
At Philadelphia; Ia., on the 27th Dr.
James W. White, a well-known physi
cian and latu preside"!, of the board of
charities and corrections, dropped dead
at his residence of heart disease. ,
The dlstinemshed German botanist,
Prof. Charles William Naegaell, is dead
at Berlin. ProfNaegaell was born in
1817. His writings are among tho most
valuable contributions to literature of
the science of botany.
Mrs. Habsaurhk, formerly of Cincin
nati, and widow of the late Col. Has
saurek, minister to South American re
publics during Lincoln's administration,
was burned to death at Santa Rosa,
Cal., on the 27th ult '
Durino the session of the Presby
terian assembly at Detroit, Mich., on
the 28th nit, Judge 8. M. Breckinridge,
of St Louis, fell in a faint and died a
few moments afterwnrd. His death
resulted from heart disease.
FOBS' m. ..
Por-E Leo has ordered popular trans
lations of his recent encyclical letter to
be distributed to workingmen of all
countries. The document Is regarded
as an indorsement of the views of Car
dinals Manning and Gibbons.
An Inquiry Into fie recent explosion
atPozzo Pantaleo, Borne, shows that
the magazine was largely overloaded.
It Is believed that vibration caused by
trains was the cause of the explosion.
The commission of Inquiry advises the
separation of loose powder from bombs
and fulminators.
The Italian government ia about to
issue a decree advancing the duty on pe
troleum. This step is taken because of
the large quantities of petroleum which
are now on the wuy to Italy from the
United States.
Tub collector of customs at Victoria,
B. Chas reported to the Dominion gov
ernment that forty Canadian seal ships
have cleared frum that port this season
for Bering sea. Last year the clearances
of this character were twenty-nlue, an
increase of 50 per cent
A petition has been presented to the
pope embracing a scheme to proride for
the "religious" welfare of European
emigrants to America. The idea was
started by the Germans to maintain for
ehm influence in the Uslted States.
A memrer of the Japanese house of
representatives is said to have resigned
his seat and will establish a Japanese
colony on the American Pacific coast
In a fire which destroyed the petro
leum refineries stCondekerque, France,
on the 87th, ten persons were burned
to death. Many houses surrounding ths
refinery were burned to the ground.
The loss amounts to $75,000.
Tub great omnibus strike at Paris
ended on the 20th in a victory for the
At London the Epsom grand prize of
1,000 sovereigns was won by Leopold
Rothschilds' Benvenuto, Mr. Milner's
St Kids second, the DuBe of. Westmins
ter's Ordlnsnce third. '
The Prussian authorities haveordered
the sternest mcaHures on the Posen
frontier to keen the Ruislan and Polish
Jews out of lie mniy. The roads at
the boundary n putr-illwd by troops,
and the railway s'.ation are e irefully
The Glen house, formerly a famous
sporting resort, was burned at Water
town, Mass., on the 81st ult Loss,
$10,000; partly Insured.
A dispatch from Ottawa, Can., on
the night ef the 81st announced that
Sir John MacDonald was at the point
of death, and that a crisis in Dominion
politics was imminent
The principal business street in
Osseo, Trempealeau county, Wla, was
swept by fire which started from an
overturned lamp In II, H. A H. A
Fields' store on the 30th ult The total
loss will exceed $.'0,00.
At Cedar Rnpi'ls. la., on the 80th ult
A Traunwelser, a jeweler, 85 years old,
shot his wife, killing her instantly, and
then shot himself In the heart, dying on
the spot It is supposed be was crazy.
David Brooks, the electrician and in
ventor of electrical appliances, died at
bis home in German town. Pa, an ths
80th ult, aged 72.
Mrs. John It Davies, of Bardwell
town, about twenty miles from Utica,
N. Y., committed suicide on the 81st ult
by hanging. -She had made previous at
tempts to kill herself.
A distatch from Montreal announces
that Sir Geore Stephen has been cre
ated a peer by her majesty. This is the
first Instance of a peerage having been
conferred on a Canadian.
At Nashville, Ten., on the night of
the 81st nit fire broke out In the Buck
ingham theater. A number of actresses
sleeping in the building had narrow es
capes. Three of them and a child were
rescued from the four! a) story by fire
men. Only one person was injured a
negro who jumped from the third story
and broke his lu?. Total loss, $25,000;
Insurance not known.
Willis P. Canda, aged 18, residing In
Brooklyn, N. Y., died on the 81st ult
while under the influence of chloro
form during the performance of an
operation. The rioctors made every
effort to save his life, but he gradually
grew weaker and In an hour was dead.
A heavy hail and rain storm passed
to the north and west of Kansas City,
Ma, on the 81st ult., doing great dam
age to the growing grain. The hall
beat down the standing wheat A rain
storm which almost amounted to a
waterspout followed, washing out many
The home of Henry Phillips, at
Tsylorstown, W. Va, csurht fire on
the 80th ult and Phillips, his wife and
a S-year-old child were burned to death,
and a 15-year-old boy was so badly
scorched that he died In few honrs.
Phillips hsd been drinking during the
night and a lamp was npse i, osusing ths
A Husband's Mistake.
Husbands too pften permit wives,
snd parents their children, to suffer
from headache, dizziness, neuralgia,
sleeplessness, ' fits, nervousness,
when by the use of Dr. If lies' Restora
tive Nervine such serious results could
enslly be prevented. Drupglsts every
where say It gives universal satisfaction,
urn! has an Immense sale. Woodworth
& Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind. ;- Snow &
Co.. of Syracuse, N. Y.; J. C. Wolf,
Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds of
others say "It is the greatest seller they
ever know." It contains no opiates.
Trial bottles and book on Nervous dis
eases free it E W, Adams'. 6
A , Little . Girl's Experience In a
Mr. 'and Mrs, Loren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse st Sand
lleiich, Mich., snd are blessed with a
daughter, four years old. .Last April
Hhe was taken-down with MohsIps, lol
lowed with a dreadful Cough and turn
ing Into a fever. Doctor at home snd
a; Detroit treated Iter, but In vain, i-he
grew worse rapidly, until h was a
mere "Iiandlul ol none." Then she
tile.il lr. King's New Discovery and
after the use ol' two and a halt bottles
wns completely cured. Th'v say Dr.
King's New Discovery Is wnnh Its
wHyht, in goln, yet vou mav get a trial
'M'ttle frte hi E. V. Adonis' drug store.
Simply purifying and cleansing the
blood is not sufficient It needs enrich
ing also, the uervous system needs toning
up, allot which is aecompiiKuea ny ur.
""enner's Blood snd Liver Hemedy and
Nerve Tonic. Use his Coutzh Honey in
ill coughs; his Golden Relief in all pains,
ind s torn act and Dowel disorders; nis
Kiduey and Backache Cure in lame buck,
iropsy and all kidney disorders; his Ger
iiiiiu Eye Salve In sore eyes, cracked Bkin
uid piles; his Capitol Bitters for appetite
mid strength. For suk- by F. D. Felt.
Wellington. A.J. Burrell, Huntington, 0.
Prof. Lnisettn's Memory System is
Oreating greater Interest than ever in nil
parts of the country, und peisons wishing
In Improve their memory should send lor
tils prospectus tree ns advertised in an
other colmuri
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eye?,
Totter, Salt Rboum, Scald Hood, Old
Chronio Sores, Fever Soros, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie. Scratches, Soro Nipplus
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
it after all other treatment had failed
It is put up In 23 and 60 cent boxes.
For Sale by F. D. Fell.
Spring is the plossaiitst season of the
year, snd the pleasnntest as well us the
most efficient remedy In the market is
Dr. Fenner's Couc.li Honey. For sale by
F. D. Felt, Wellington, A. J. Burrell,
Huntington, 0. 34
Miles' Nerve & Liver Pills
Actons new principle rcguluiiii
the liver, muiiihcIi and lioweN tiiront;ii
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
Milex' 1'llls spi'eillly cure biliouMi,
bid ta-te, torpid liver, piles, i'ontipn
tlcii. Uneqiided for men, women,
children. Smallest, mildest, surest !
50 doses, 25 vents. Samples free at E.
W. Adams'. 11
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
HMv.(a PiiraH L,v nitnmat1u,n ftml
Mnnrulirld rall.nlW utirna In 1 fit flliiva 1
Its action upon the system is remarkkiile
snd mysterious It removes st once the
cause and theairease immediately disap
pears. The first dose greatly benefits, 75
cents. Sold by E. W. Adams, Wellington.
: (ill.
, Why embitter life by drsertna around
with lame back, diseased kidneys, drop
sical swellings, lemalo weakness, nervoui
debility, heart disease snd rheumatic com
plaints, when Dr. Fenner's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so quickly cure?
Rev. A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder
writes: "It gave me almost Instant and
ntirj-ly permsnent rellel." Superior to
ell known medicim-s In these diseases,
sor sale lv F. D. Felt, Wellington, A. J.
Furrell, Uuotlngta,0. 34
A Pleasing Sense
Of health snd strength renewed and of
ease snd comfort loilows the use of Syrup
of FIrs, as it sets in harmony with Dature
to effectually cleanse the system when
costive or bilious. For sale In 50 cent snd
$1.00 buttles by all leading druggists. 23
Are you troubled with corns or buniosst
If so, let us give you s little advice. Pare
them down ssrlusely ss possible without
drawing blood ; then soak them In warm
wster to soften them snd.spply Chamber
lain's Psin Bslm;twlce dally, rubbing
them vigorously for a few minutes at
each application. A corn'plaster should
be worn for a few days to protect them
from the shoe. Ass general liniment
for sprains, bruises, lame bscs or rheuma
tism. Pain Balm Is all that can lie desired.
60c bottles for sale by F. D. Felt, Drug
gist (25
A Good Suggestion.
from Ik Dubui4, Uom,) TtUtrapk.
The adjourning of Ibe Impeachment
court last Saturday, on account of Gen.
Weaver's' belly-sche, cost the1 people oh
this commoowsajtn nearly JWU. une
dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera snd
Diarrhoea Remedy would hsve sayed this
expense; snd we suggest, ss matter ol
economy snd humanity, that the state
provide against future contingencies of
this nsture, by furnishing each senator
with a bottle of that vsluable remedy. 25
snd 60c. bottles for sale by F. D. Felt,
Druggist. '.-' (M
Just ss sure ss hot weather comes, there
will be more or less bowel compliiot in
this vicinity. Every person, snd especially
lamllles, ought to have some reliable
medicine at hand for Instant use, in case
It is needed. A 25 or 50c. bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Hemedy Is just wbst yos ought to hsve
and all that you would need, even for the
most . severe snd dsngeious cases. It Is
the liest, ths most reliable end most suc
cessful treatment known snd Is pleasant
to take. For sula by F. D. Felt, Drug,
gist 1 (M
IJaye you tried South American Ner
vine the gem of the century f The great
euro for Indigestion,' . Dyspepsia and Ner.
vousncss. Warranted the most wonderful
Stomach and Nerve Cure ever known.
Trial bottles 15 cents., Sold by E. W,
Adams, druggist, Wellington. 21 20
Mv wife cured ol uminrla by Simmons
! Liver Regulator. J. N. Thompson, paitnr.
' V .k,,..l, Tl..l. Mai,
Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and
Wife owe our lives to BHILOH'S CON
SUMPTION. CURE." For salebyF.D.
Felt . , . ,, . . ,
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indi
gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of
Appetite, Yellow Skint Shlloli's Vita
izer is a positive cure. For sale by F. D
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shilohs
Cure will give Immediate relief. Price 10
cts., 60 cts., and $1. For sale by F. D.
Felt - '
'HACK MET ACK," a lasting and fra
grant perfume. . Price 25 and oO cents.
For sale by F. D. Felt.
SniLOH'8 CURE will inimr diately re
lieve Croup, Whooping Coupli and Bron
chitis. For sale by F. D. Felt.
plaint you have a printed guarantee on
every bottle of Shiloh's Vltahzer. It
never falls to cure For salei by F, D. Felt
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each
bottle ol Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price
60 cents. For sale by F. D. Felt.
This is what N. II. Andrews, s promt
tinl cilizni of'Spriiigfield, O., Bays: "M
affords me great pleasure to assure my
friends that I have received both Immed
iate and permanent relief oftbroat, Bron
chial and Asthmatic trouble In the use la
Dr. Acber's English Remedy. It Is cei
tninly s good honest medicine, and s
blessing to humanity."
The above preparation I sell go s pos
tlye guarantee. It has alvru lietter satif
taction Ihnn any reniwiv I have ver sold
E.V.Adw'i!. Druggist.
V23-27 Wellington. Ohio
The First Steps.
Perhaps you are run down, can't eat
can't sle.p, can't think, can't do any
thing to your hiiMhl'actioii, and wonder
what alls you. You should heed the
warning, you are taking tho llrst steps
tn Nervous Prostration, you need s
Nerve ronlo snd in Electric Bitters
ion will llnil the exiiet. remedy for ie
sroi ln;r our nervous sys'em to Its nor
mal, lieultliy condition. Surprising
results follow t lut u-n of this great
nerve tonlo and alterative. Your appe
tite returns, -joo-l indention U restored,
mid tin- liver and kidneys resume
licaltby action. Try ft battle. Price
o0 cents at E. W. Adams' drug store., 6
Harriet E. Hall, of Waynetown, Ind.,
says: "I owe my lite to the Orest South
American Nervine. I had been in bed 5
months from the effects of an exhausted
stomach, indigestion, nervous prostration
and a ueneral shattered condition of my
whole system. Had giyen up all hopes
of getting wmii. Hint tried 8 doctors with
no reli-l. The fln,t bottle of the Nervine
Tonic I in proved me so much that I was
able to walk about, and a few bottles
rureii me eni irely. I believe it the best
medicine In tin- world. 1 cannot recom
mend It 100 highly." Trial bottles 15c.
Sold bv E. W. AiIuhis, Wellington.
I Suffered from acute inflammation In
my now mill liead lor a week st S time
1 could not sfc. I used Ely's Cream
Halm and in a few iImvs I was cured. It
is wonderful how quick It helped me.
-Irs Ueorifp rv JuilHon, llartlord. Conn.
Being a sufferer from chronic catarrh,
and having derived treat lieneftt from the
use tit Elv's Cream Halm. I can liluhlv rec
commend It Its sales are tar In excess ot
all other catarrh remedies. B. Fianken,
DrugiiiMt, Mgourncy, Iowa.
y-jU'.-v- erfl
Csi-Mt", and Tral-. . : .intit, inl ktl Pat-
-t.l llU.iilrM COUJll'l-l. II fOOlBATl Frit.
Cm- C-ricr n Onpoi-': U. 9. PuTtKTOrri'?
...i-t cm www imUM't tu km uia Him Uw
V frum -hi. -i'ln,
N i,d mo -I. lira Inn rr pnixo., with dnertp-:l-r..
V advl. If vatrntah! or not. trm ol
uY. vu. Our loo mil due Ult iit It Mcurad.
"kMitrr, "Hour toOhtaln Patent'," with
ni.-.o".'' umI elicit lo jour btaM, county, o
'!, ilfrM. AuVlreM,
orp Patcnt Ofpicc Whinotk, D. C.
(Ml Bar Ferer, BlpHtlierta. Wloojiiii
ComtL Croup ail Cmi Call
RwnmimmilMl by Pnyilcisin d told br Dm
glut uuvutfboul tM world. Sand for Vm BuibU.
bols pHOPRirroas,
City Market,
Is the bent placn in the city
togetstrictly No. 1 Meats,
&nd Sausage Fresh (.
and Salted.
Most always clesn. Attentloi alwuyi
given. Prices slwsys fslr. ,
Successor to
Carpenter Block, Wellington, 0.
Is Life Worth Living P .
Not if you go throuub the world a dyspep
tic Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a ,
positive cure tor the worst iorm of Dys
pepsia. Indigestion.- Flatulency and (Jon.
stlpation. Guaranteed and sold by E. W.
Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for
It bos been fully demonstrated to the p to '
pie 01 inis country iiibi 11 is superior to an
other preparations tor blood diseases. It
Is s positive cure lor syphilitic poisoning,
Ulcers. Eruptions sod Pimples, It purl- -fles
the whole system snd thoroughly .
liul'ds up the constitution. For sale by
E. W. Adams. 7
Is Hie complaint -of thousands suffering
from Asthma, Consumption, Coughs, etc, .
Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English :
Hemedy! It Is the best preparation .
known for all Lung Troubles. Bold on a
positive guarantee at 25o. and 50c. by E
W. Adams. :;: ; .; ; ? . . 8
A Duty to Yourself.
It is surprising that people will use a '
common, ordinary pill when they can se
cure a valuable EngliBh one for the same '
money. Ur. Acker's ung'isn pills are a
positive cure for sick-headache and all '
'iver troubles. Tbey sre small, sweet.
easily taken, snd do not gripe. Sold bj,
E. W.Adams.
A Child Killed. . '
Another child killed by the use of
opiates given in the Iorm of Soothing
syrup. Why mothers give their children
such deauly poison is surprising when
they can relieve the child of its peculiar
troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Sooth
er. It contains no opium or morphine. '
ooiu uy . tv . Adams .
The 8eoret of Suooess.
E. W. Adams, druefflst. believes thai.
thn af.i.rot it ftneoPHd I lwnuv.r.nM
Therefore he persists In keeping the
tinner linn nf rtArriltnarlttrt f..llt arti
cles, cosmetics, drugs snd chemicals on
me inarm i. ne especially invites air
'persons who have palpitation, short
breath, weak or hungry spells, pain in
tide or shoulder, oppression, night
mare, dry cough, smothering, dropsy or
heart direaie to try Dr. Mile's unequal
ed New Heart Cure, Sefore It is too-
lute. It. tins the larfrear, lain nf anv
similar remedy,' Fine ' book of testi
monials free. Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervlno Is unsurpassed for sleepless
ness, headache, tlu. inc.. and it eon-
tains no opiates. 5
Obcrlln School of 8tfnojrnp?iy and Typ-wrtttnr
nd Special Dep'tul 1 1 lumi-'thlp, all connected
Experienced teach? m i n a II rtrp'u. Good board
st $1.00 per week, ntml nrclrculars before going
elsewhere. Mention thin paper. Addreas
McK.EE & HENDERSON, Oberlin, O.
Bnrklen's Arnica NIt.
The beat aulv in the world t'i iv
bru'aea, sores, ulcers, salt ru.im. Ii vu
sores, tetiei, chapped bands. I'liilhUitia,
sortie and all akiu eruption, aou fi-.'.iir.
if cure pile, or no pay requirvJ lit
guaranteed to give perfect attstn. !l:u M
saooay reluudtid. Price 25 cents ii h.
for Bale bv Wcostt A Adams v
Fj 1 1 .1 , 1 fof LOBTotTAIUHO MarTBOODi
BV J I UiWrrt0" aaa H IB.V0US DnSIXITIl
fATCTai'lwaakaaaaaf Body aid Shut, tM
fl nn li-1 lllnr irraraor Iiaaaaaa la Oldor Yoomr,
a. .Ml, Sbl SAHIIOIW taltr HMImi Mw UmI.it. u4
AhMUiir niiiiiM paaa i.uiimt
&m Mailt; ha avauua " t'm
pmrlillt. , ntliMIIMMrf p. a
Ink. nUMlla mm avaa ItM. T
KRll aUOICAi, CO BUrfAlfUf SSa Va
Prof. Loisette'o
la spit of ftdnltertt. tmlt,.n.fi which mlM ths '
thaory, ind prmotieal mult nf tltm Orivtnal, la sipttsj of
Um grrstsurt ntvlvpnm-utAttnn bf tMiwua wnuld-bo
enmpwUtora, and .nipitf "UsMtinnnnt rob"btm
tsfthofniitof bii llxm,(ftil of which dsriionititt ib
aodub4d aperifiht ind irinlnty nf huitswbii-ff.
Prf. isOiM(trAr1 nf Nw VotwHin? to r"Uld
(MUf la botk UTTinphsjrm mtriinff tut Kpochia
Mmmorf Ooltnr, Hit Prnaps)clu(stnntp(iiitfrsi)ffiTsjsi
opin-oosof pswpUIn all pariaf th fflutM vhoiuacV
nail j atadsM lili83trin t omwn4mr.on, ahowidk
thai hia (Iratam ia uaed only trhii brino tuhd, not
fttrvanU: that any bnok can 00 Uarned in m mnoto
rtaiiinc, mirwi-ranrtrin(F curtd, a, Vm PruapsMlaa.
Tanna and Tsat iroonlala addsMa
frf. A. IOibKTXiit U41 Fifth tL
To cart BUloaiiMw, Sick Headache. ConiU
paUon,MsUaji,liT()TCompltinU,tAk ,
the i&fe And eerutn remed. ;
re the "MAII. !() little Beans to ths
battle). Thst ass tub most oortchibht.
SlnllabU tmr a. 11 A.,
Pries ml either else. 5e. per Bottle.
lllUIIIIIUlUMSrin.Hrp.l .UmpO.
i.i iMiiMaeojuuf.w-snjaAjis.''iT.mii as. -
Wbea I say Oral I de not mesa sneMhy t
stop Un lor s time, and then have them re
turn strain. I baN A KAUICAXi CVU&
1 have pukde ths dlMass ol
A llfa-lonar stady. I wisutirf ny renedy to
Csaa ths went ewes. Because others bav
failed I no reason for not now receiving score.
Bend at once for a treaUae snd Krics Horn
of my iMrai.LiBLS Hanaor. tilrt Kxpreae
and Post Offlne. It costs yon noUukf Jar
trial, and It wUl care yea. XddreM
H.C. ROOT.M.O., ISlPimlT,rwYa .
i rara maiUelliaJ oini muli3 jaai oil r h all ate f al la,
iamlHlMoroaaraat (Vw(h,WafclJiaa. AaUinia,
JiiillwUc,n7li!aril Calna. Sliluuirtiin., ltiralualila ,.
hh.miuai.ra, r.mala Wuluiraa, aiia all Dalna ajiil dla.
roars of tl Bmiiaok ana Buwaia. Mo- at Imiiuwa.
Tha aatai. aorMt anil baat on ra rnrOatna, Biinlnni
Sto all pain. Hrrmr n.mfart to um (yrt. N.yt'
toauia. HoaalatAUruvsaM. iUUMX 4 OOh K I.
n mm.

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