Newspaper Page Text
- I. -a" .
THE ENTERPRISE. J. B, SMITH, Proprietor.. WELLINQTOK, OHIO. KEWS of the weee. Gathered from AH Quarters. DOMESTIC. The New York Dispatch Publishing Company is In the sheriff's hands under executions aggregating 944,175. The company published the New York DiB patch, Daily Traveler and Hotel Record, Drake's Magazine and the Evening Call. Olf the 8d Assistant Seoretary Nettle ton directed the return of two Italians and one Swedish Immigrant to their re spective countries. This is the first or der of the kind issued by the treasury department and Indicates the vigor with which the new law Is to be enforced. 0. P. Hkxkox, station agent of the Pittsburgh & Western railroad at Rei bold, Pa,, committed suicide on the 8d by blowing his brains out with a pistol. It is rumored that he was short In his accounts. " . Bknrt Kutnino, an. inmate of the Soldiers' Home at Sandusky, O., cut his throat on the 8d and was not expected to live. A steam pipe exploded om board the United States steamer Concord at Hamp- ton Roads on the 3d. A fireman and a ooal passer were killed and several 'Others "badly scalded. Tbk large barn aud sale stable of Kelver A Gray, at East Buffalo, N. Y., was burned on the 8d. Twenty-six horses were burned to death. Loss about f 14,000. Thi president has reduced the six fears' sentence of Robert Klgel, son of 3en. Slgel, to twoyears and nine months and directs that a pardon be issued to fonng Slgel then. Patrick Gallaqiirr, a market gar dener, while on his way to New York on the 3d, fell asleep on his wagon. When crossing the track of the North am New Jersey railroad the wagon was truck by an express train and both nan and horse were instantly killed. The steam launch Ytsam, owned by Jacob Cram, of New York, blew np on the lake near Ithaca, N. Y., on the 8d, fatally scalding a fireman and seriously Injuring several others. The launch had just been built at a cost of $11,000. The City national bank at Marshall, Mich., closed its doors on the Sd on ac count of the defalcation of E. J. Kir by, assistant cashier. Kirby has disap peared. The amount taken Is supposed to be about ftO.000. It is thought the depositors will be paid in 'fall, as the stockholders are responsible, as well as Klrby's bondsmen. At Chicago on the 3d a frame building on the West Side, built on posts, fell to the ground without warning. Beneath it half a dozen men were carousing and Irinklng. Three were killed; on fa tally injured, and the others slightly hurt Br the ctv-tn of a sewer at Minne apolis, Minn., on the M six men were burled twenty-seven feet deep. All were rescued alive after two hoars' work. The boards forming the wall of the sewer fell in in such a way as to keep the dirt from crushing the men. ' SHUrKI.DT's distillery at Chicago was iamagod by fire on the 8d to the ex tent of 100.000. At New York City on the 8d an ex pert accountant, examining the affairs of the Brooklyn and New York Arcanum Building and Loan association, dlacov sred an apparent deficiency In mortgage securities of f 10, 800. There was also an apparent loss of 1700 in cash. A pibe in the rag room of the Patton paper mill at Appleton, Wis., on the 8d destroyed $10,000 worth of property. Cornelius Johnson and Henry Ryan, millmen, while endeavoring to extin guish the flames were smothered to death. The boiler of a sawmill located six Biles west of Bedford, Ind., exploded on the 3d, killing two men Instantly and fatally injuring three others who have since died. The mill was owned by John and Joe Dusard, of Bedford, and is a total loss. Nothing is left of the engine and boiler. Thomas McGhail and Frederick Welchel, who were recently expelled .rom the Scran ton City (Pa.) council for soliciting votes, have been indicted by the grand jury for bribery. At Wheeling, W. Va., on the 4th 8am sel Ilartman, a prominent young busi ness man, committed suicide by shoot ing himself through the hsad. lie had been suffering for some time from an .ncurable disease, and was discouraged. At Chicago on the 4th the George H. French Company, caterers, made an as signment Liabilities and assets 825, XXX . The failure wss due to the grip snd sickness daring the spring. Obpers were telegraphed from the treasury department on the 4th to the revenue cutter Cor win, at San Francis so, to be in readiness to proceed to Bor ing sea at a day's notice. The net surplus in the treasury on the 4th was $5,000,000, a smaller surplus than has been in the treasury within the memory of the oldest officials. To Increase this surplus Secretary Foster has called in $1,000,000 of deposits from lational banks. . Txi 140 employes of Robert Hogsett at the Braddock coke works at Scott iale, Pa, went on strike on the 4th be cause of the discharge of two driven. Dissatisfaction at the works of other in dependent producers will probably cul minate in another strike. It is reported thst an English syndi cate has completed negotiations for the purchase of the Omaha (Neb.) stock tarda Ex-Congressman McShane ne gotiated the deal The price is said to be to, 000,000. At Waldo, Wla, twenty-three young men have been arrested charged with sansing the death of Fred Kopwood, aged 14, It appears the men were . shearing sheep and on the boy coming i)Jf)g and refusing to drink whisky trlth them he wss thrown into a mill $Ht from which ha crawled out and fl4ln h woods from exposure. J . .JL. Fred C Wars, paymaster of the Del aware ft Huds n Cannl Company, is al leged to be $10,000 short in his acoounts. Mr. Ward, who is suffering from con ousslon of the brain Incurred In a recent railroad accident, has been m:idc de lirious by the charge, ami protests his innocence. . One of the largest lumber companies in the country has been formed in Tona wanda, N. Y. It is backed by New York capitalists, quoted at $4,000,000. Officers of the company are located at Bay City; Mich.; Tons wanda and Look port, n. y. v - - y ' At New York on the 4th twenty-three immigrants were sent back to Europe by the federal authorities' at the barg office.' They were all without money and liabler to become public charges. One of the men returned made affidavit that he had been assisted to come to America by government agents in Ire land. Charles E. Gould was convicted under the anti-lottery law in the feder al court at Chicago on the 4th; for send ing Louisiana lottery tickets through the mails. ' He was the regularly ac credited agent of the company, and was doing a large business. At Rivcrhead, L. I., on the flth the jury in the case of John G. Young, charged with the murder of his coach man, Carl Carson, brought in a verdict of not guilty. Young, who Is heir to $3,000,000, claims to have killed Carson in aelf-defense. At Youngstown, 0., on the night of the 4th, William Fitzgerald, the mur derer of Officer Freed, almost succeeded In cutting his wav through the eighteen inch wall of the JalL Only a single row of brick remained wnen he was discov ered. At Boston, Mass., on the 6th D. W. Wood, of Lunec, Me., was fined $2,500 and costs in the United States circuit court for smuggling opium into this country. George D. Hackrtt, treasurer of the Boston (Mass.) Speculation Company, was convicted on the 5th in the United States court for vVilating the lottery laws Business failures during the week ended the 5th numbered for the United States 811 and for Canada 13, a total of 124, as compared with 254 the previous week. For the corresponding week of last year the figures were 205. The dwelling of Samuel P. Myers, of Summit township. Pa., was burned to the ground on the night of the 4th, and two children, aged f and 13 years re spectively, roasted alive. Nine other occupants barely escaped In their night clothes. .. AT Buffalo, N. Y., on the 5th the clothing firm of Riegnl & Robinson made a general assignment to William M. Citerly. Total amount of prefer ences $20,828. On the 4th, Dr. 'John Thompson, re aiding near LinesviUe, Pa., tied his feet together with a rope, hitched the rope to a tree, leaving plenty of slack, and then plunged headlong into a creek and was drowned. He was 07 years old and had frequently threntoned suicide. The mayor of Philadelphia has an nounced a reward of $5,000 for the ar rest and conviction of Gideon W. Marsh for alleged violation of law while acting as president of the Keystone Rational bank. Rrphrskxtativcs of Kentucky jean manufacturers, which - operate . 3,200 looms in Nashville. Evansville and other southern cities, met at Louisville, Ky n the 5th and determined to run only two-thirds time for the next fifteen weeks. This will reduee the output 50, W pieces, value $150,000. The collector of the port of Louio fTlle, Ky., on the 5th seized 124 barrels Df whisky stored in the public ware house. The government claims that the liquor, which paid only 90 cents per gallon duty when re-Imported from Bermuda, should have paid $2.50 per gallon, as it had been blended with other whisky. ' The Huntington (Ind.) bank closed its doors on the 5th in consequence of losses sustained by Cashier A Ho way's overdrafts to the amount of from $30,000 to $40,000. The general synod of the Reformed church in America In session at Asbury Park, N. J., on the Ath unanimously adopted the report of the joint commis sion on the proposed nnion with the Reformed church in the United States. The form of constitution, providing for a federal synod of the ' Reformed ahnrches, was approved and referred to the classes of the denomination for ap proval or disapproval. Thirty prominent students of Har vard eollege, members of Alpha Delta Phi club, whose room's were recently raided by police and large seizures of liquor made, were fined 80S each in the Cambridge (Mass.) court on the Sth. Aftkr a six weeks' strike the 600 miners of the Cable Coal Company at Washington. Ind., resumed work on the Jth, the difficulty having been adjusted by arbitration. Ah explosion occurred in Wallter's toap factory at Allegheny City, Pa, on the Sth, resulting in the injury of Mr, Liebech, a chemist, aud two employes. None of the injuries will prove fatal. PERSONAL AMD POLITICAL. At Jacksonville, Flo-, Henry R. Chris tian, of the Ocean Steamship Company, lied on the 2d after a brief illness. -William Cliff, the well-known ship builder and philnntroplst, is dead at London. The first state convention of the peo ples' party since its organization at On jinnatl met at Des Moines, Is., on the Id. About 500 delegates were present k complete state ticket was nominated. The platform adopted demands the es tablishment of fhe Australian ballot system, favors state reforms and rati fies the Cincinnati platform. Bensox J. Lossiko, the well-known historian, died at his home in Chestnut Ridge, N. Y., on the 3d, of heart fail are, at the age of 78 years. At New York City on the 4th the Churchman announced that Dr. Brooks bad been approved by twenty-five dlo ecses and Is therefore elected to the bishopric of Massachusetts. JfiioK William Allr, of theMaasa shusetts supreme court, died at North- - ,? .. ".-t ..-,.' -r e-r ampton on the 4th, asred 68. of neuralgia of the Veart His father was president of Bowdoln college, and grandfather was Rev. Thom-is Allen, the 'fi'htlng parson" of the Revolution, ' Tmt presldun. i the .4th appointed Edward P. Thompson postmaster at In- ! dianapnlls, Ind., to till th vacancy caused by the death of William Wallace. The president has appointed William D. Owen, of LogansporVInd., superin tendent of immigration. .Mr. Owen la ', 49 years of a:,t ve rt-cNanntcd the Tenth congressional district of Indians in the ' lost congress and was the author.of the new immigration law. 11a was strongly backed by labor organisations, : i i r Leopold Hasnkk Is dead 'at Vlnnn He was born in Prague, March IS, 1813, and was Austrian premier in 1870,' Ex-Gov. Uenrt LiPi'iTT died at his home In Providence, It." I., on the 6th, He was born in that city In 1S18. Miss Rose Kiwiicr, youngest daugh ter of John Kibber, died, at Newton, 111., on the 4th. She was 19 years old and weighed 507 pounds. , The announcement Is made that Gen. John M. Schofield, commander of the army of the United States, will be mar ried on June 18 to Miss Georgie Kil bourn, of Keokuk. Ia. Fbrd L. Wihkman, one of the most prominent Freemasons of New Jersey, died at Asbury Park on the 5th. , FORI! 3 1. ; M. Jouanxo, a Paris banker, who acted as trustee for m ist of the exhibi tors at the Frentfh exhibition now being held in Moscow, has absconded, leaving liabilities estimated at ? 00, 000.' The Dublin National Press accuses Mr. Parnell of misappropriating certain funds, and says it will reiterate the charge in order to compel Mr. Parhell to take legal proceedings against the publishers, The food situation Is becoming a grave one in Germany, and the con tinued rise in prices of grain is causing suffering among the poor. The failure of the government to act promptly in reducing duties for the popular benefit Is causing deep and widespread irrita tion. At Paris M. Vereln, a prominent bro ker, was declared on the bourse to be a defaulter to the amount of $1,000,000. The announcement created a profound sensation. The census of Ireland, just com pleted, shows a total population of 4,706,162. Of this number 1,817,076 are males and 2,880,080 females. The total shows a decrease in population during the last decade of 4T.8.U74. Recent heavy rains have benefited the wheat crop in southern Russia so great ly that the harvest will probably be but little below the average. It had been expected that there would bo an ex tensive shortage, owing to drought At a consistory held in the Vatican on the 4th, the pope nominated fifty bishops,' including three Americans: Mgr. Scanell, bishop of Omaha; Mgr. Katzer, bishop of Milwaukee; Mgr. Durien, bishop of New Westminster, Can., and Mgr. O'Connor, bishop of Lon don, Ont . ' ' Kftrrr's gun works at Dortmund, Wcitphalia, were blown up on the 5th by an explosion, which killed four and seriously Injured several other persons, Tim census of London, completed on the 6th, shows a population of 4,211,056. The outer ring has a population, of 1,422.276. ' ', " ' DisrATCHE received from different parts of lower Austria, Moravia and Hungary all report heavy storms. Tre mendous duma,' wat done in the win growing district) of those sections of the empire. There hml been numerous fatalities from lightning. LATER The great political leader of Canada, Sir John A. Macdonald, died at Earns cllffe, near Ottawa, on the night of the 6th. aged 70. At Erie, Pa., the strike of planing mill employes for shorter hours, which bss been in progress since May 1, was declared off on the 6th. All the mills were expected to return to ten hours. The carpenters' demand for nine hoars was conceded. The royal forest of Neuzelle, near Guben, Prussia, has been devastated by fire, J,430 acres being burued over. Chaiikcev Viward, of New York, in his dsy the f org most railroad man In America, and who ia regarded as "the fsther of railroads," died on the 6th at Macon, Ga., in the 80th year of hie age. A terrific explosion occurred at Chattanooga, Tenn., on the Gth at the Chattanooga blast furnace, Instantly killing Jem Foster, Budd Tables and Nat Sanders, and dangerously Injuring Lem Whltker. The explosion was caused by dynamite. Foster and Ta bles' heads were blown to stoma At Salt Lake City on the 6th In a fit of jealousy eaused by suspicious con duct of his wife, Sam Llday, a restau rant keeper, shot her alleged paramour, John Klrbv, his own child, aged 5 years, and after firing a shot at his wife turned the pistol on himself and commit) ed suicide. At Toledo, 0., on the 6th the grand jury returned an Indiotment for defal cation of elty money against W. H. Cook, ex-police clerk. The shortage is Disced at $20,000, and this is but part of the huge sum he owes. Ho wss taken to the county jail and all attempts to secure bail have boon fii tless. At Asbury Perk, N. J., Rev. Dr. 3. Romsyn Berry, of Rhinsbeck, who was in attendance at the sjei. cf the Re formed Church of America In session at that city, died suddenly on the 6th. Capt. Gf.oroe M. Chknter, on of ttie best known newtpuper men of Michigan, died at Detroit on the flth, aged 62 years. He wss connected with the Detroit Free Press for many years. George B. Mkuritt & Co., one of the largest dry goods firms at Kington, N. Y., failed on the 6th. The llabilites arc unknown. Uerr Stapei.ff.ldt, treasurer of th Ratzeburg (l'russla) savings bank, hai absconded and a defalcation to the ex tent of 100,000 marks has been discov ered in his acoounts. AT an early hour on the morning ol the 0th the Island Sssh and Door Com pany's plant at Milwaukee, Wla, wal totally destroyed by fire. IOSs, $100,000$ asu rapes, Wi.ooo. .. 'in - FROM NATURE'S STOREHOUSE. It stands to reason . that a medicine which will destroy tne germ a of contag ious blood doisod aud counteract the ef fect of mercurial poibonlng may be de pended upon to overcome the dlsenses that have their orlglan in malaria, or that have their (est in an Impure condition of the blood. This is what S. S. S. baa done, and what it will do, as its popularily at tests. As a preventative, and a remedy ror the long list of etfentioos that display their activity during the spring and sum mer months. It stands without a rival. Theaecret of this Is that It isaremdey drawn from nature'a own storehouse. - A Safe Investment, Is oiio which irnarantend to bring you satisfactory result, or lit case of failures return of purclm.-e prlec. On this safe plan you can buy ot our sdver tlhel iirugglst a hotile of Dr. King's New Discovery 'or Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief In every esse, when -used for nny affection of Throat, Lungs or Chest, "Ch as Con sumption, Infl'iminaiiuii ot Lungs, BroncMtle, ,tsthmit, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc it t pleasant and agreea ble to ttHte, perlectly wife, m'. can al ways be' dene nd ed upon. Trlsl bottles free at E. W. Adams' Drugstore. 1, Height ot Cruelty. Nervous women seldom receive the sympathy they deserve. While often the filcturea of health, they are constantly ail-as-. To withhold sympathy from these unfortunate creatures is the heljiht of cru elty. They have s weak heart, causing ahorlness of breath, fluttering, pain in side, weak and hungry apells and finally awel ling of ankles, oppression, choking, smoth ering and dropsy. Dr. Mile's New Heart Cure ia just the thing for them. For their nervousness, headsche, wchkuprs, etc.. hit Keatorutive Nervine Is unequalled. Fiue treatise on heart and nervous diffuses snd marvelous teatlnionala free. Hold snd guaranteed by K. W. Adams. 6 Simply purlfving t-.nd cleansing the blood Is not aufllelent It needs enrich ing also, the nervoua system jieedi toning up, allot which is accomplished by Dr. "enner's Blood Hod Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic. Use Ills Cough Honey In ll coughs; Ids Golden Relief in all pains, snd atomacl. and bowel disorders; his Kidney ami Backache Cure in lame back, dropsy and all kidney disorders; his Ger man Eye Salve In sore eyes, cracked skin and piles; his t'soitol Bitters for appetite and strength. For sale by F. I). Felt. Wellington, A, J. Burrell, Huntington, 'J 84 Prol. Lolsettw'a Memory 8y9tem ii Cresting greater Interest than ever In all parts of the country, and peisons wishing to Improve their memory should tend lor his propectui tree as advertised In an. other col m lib Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronio Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of eases have been cured by it after all other treatment had failed It is pnt np in 33 and 60 cent boxes. For Sale by F. D. Felt Spring Is the pleaanttt season ol the year, aud the pleasantest as well as the must e (Helen t remedy in the market Is Dr. Fenner'l Cotih Honey. For sale by F. D. Felt, Wellington, A. J.Burrell, Hnutiniiton, 0. 84 ' nliles' Nerve St Liver Pills . Act on a new principle regulmlng the liver, Moinach and bowels tliroiiirh the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Mile.' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bid taste, torpid liver, piles, cons tl pi ll. n. Unequxled for men, women, children, dmsllest, mildest, surest! 60 doses, 25 cents. Samples free st E. W. Adami'. 11 Why embitter life by draegins around with lame bark, diseased kidneys, drop sical swellings, lemale weakness, nervom debility, heart disease snd rheumatic com plaints, when Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure will so quickly curet Rev. A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder writes: "It gave me almost Inatant and ntlrely permanent relief." Superior to ell known medicines In these diseases aor ssle by F. D. Felt, Wellington, A. ,1. Burrell, Huntington, O. 84 A Pleasing fionse Of health and strength renewed and of ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup of Fins, as It sets to harmony with nature to ellectually cleanse the system when tostive or bilious. For sale In 50 cent snd $1.00 bottles by all leading druggists. 80 Are you troubled with cnrnaorbunloasf If so, let us give you a little advice. Pare them down sa closely ss possible without drswlnr blood; then soak them In warm water to soften them and 'apply Chamber Uio'a Pain Balm ;twce dally, robbing them vigorously for a few minutes at each application. A corn piaster should be worn for a few days to protect them from the shoe. Asa general liniment for sprains, bruises, lame bscs or rheuma tism, Pain Balm is all that can be desired. 60c brttles for sale by F. D. Felt, Drug gist ... . (25 A Good Suggestion. from tk DbqM, (ova,) TrUfrapk. The sdjoumlng of the . Impeachment court lasvSaturdHy, on account of Gen. Weaver's belly-ache, coat the people ot this commonwealth nearly $500. - One d.iaeof Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy would have saved this expense; snd we suggest, as a matter of economy snd humanity, tbst the slate provide against future contingencies of this nature, by furnishing each senator with a bottle of that valuable remedy. 23 snd 60c. bottles for . sale by F. D. Felt, Drogglat. , ' (23 Just as lure as hot weather conies, there will be more or less bowel conjphlnt in this vicinity. Every person, and especially families, ought to haye some reliable medicine at hand for Instant use, in case it ia needed. A 23 or 60c. bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera, snd Diarrhoea Remedy Is just what you ought to have and all that you would need, even for the most severe and dangerona cases. It Is the best, tbe most reliable snd most auc ceaafal treatment known and Is pleasant to take. . For sole by F. D. Felt, Drug, plat , ' . (23 Haye you tried South American Ner vine the gem of the century f Tbe great cure for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Ner vouanraa. Warranted the moat wonderful Stomach and Nerve Cure ever known. Trial bottles 13 cents. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, Wellington. 8120 . i JST',. -vf"'. " ' . ... THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cared by Bhiloh's Cure. We guarantee it For sale by F. D, Felt. ' WILL YOU BUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint t Sh Hob's ViUllzer is Guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F. D. Felt. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, msde misera ble by that terrible cough. Bhiloh'B Cure is the remedy for you. For sale by F. D. Felt. CATARRH CURED, health snd sweet breath secured, by Bhiloh's Catarrh Reme dy. , Price 60 cents. Nasal Injector free. For sale by F. D. Felt. , We guarantee the Little Giant Catarrh Cure, F.D Felt. ' ' "Merit Wins. We desire to pay to our citizens, that or years we have been suiting Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption Dr. King's New Life Pills. Pueklen's Arnica Salve and Electrlo Blltora, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such univer sal "atli-factlon. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, ami we stand reSdy to refund the purchase price if satisfactory results do not follow their uie. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on tneir merits. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, t A BLESSING TO HUMANITY. This Is what N. H. Andrews, a promi nent citizen of Springfield, O., says: "ft affords me great pleasure to assure my friends that I bave received both Immed iate and permanent relief of throat. IJron ehlal and Aathmatlc trouble in the uae la Dr. Acher's English Remedy. It it cel. talnly a good honert medicine, and s blessing to humanity." The above preparation I sell on s pos tlye guarantee. It has given better satis taction than any remedy I have ever sold E.W. Adams. Druggist. V25-27 Wellington. Ohio Ruhocca Wilkinson , of Browtitvalley, Ind., says: "I have been In adi'tressed condition for three rears from nervous nes, weakness of the stomach, dyapep ala and Indigestion until my health was gone. 1 had been doctoring constantly with no relief. I bought ono bottle of south American .Nervine, . tiled aid me mire good than any $'0 worth of doctoring I ever rtjd In my lite. I would advi-e every weakly person to ue this valuable and lovely remedy; a few bot tles cured me completely. 1 consider It the graude.it medicine In 'lie world." Wrranted tle most wotn'crlnl stomach and nerve eure ever known. Trial bot tle 13 cents. Sol I by . W. Adams, Wel Ington, O. 22-211 Bheumatism Cured in a Day. ' "Mystic Cure" for Rheuinutism and Nuuraligla radically cures in 1 to 8 days Its action upon tbe system is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the direase immediately disap pears. The first dose greatly henefl's, 75 cents. Sold by E. W. Adams, Wellington. (t Harriet E. Hall, of Waynrtown, Ind., says: "I owe my lite to tbe Great South American Nervine. I had been in bed 6 monthi from tbe effects of an exhausted stomacb, Indigestion, nervnna prostration and a generul nhattered condition of my whole system. Had given up all hopes of getting well. Mud tried 8 doctors with no relH. The fin.i bottle of the Nervine Tonic improved me so much that I was able to wslk about, and a few bottles cured me entirely. I believe it the best medicine In the world. 1 cannot tecom mend it too highly." Trial bottles 15c. Sold bv E. W. Adams, Wellington. ' 21-28 ... 'r "iv-:. V ii T1 ' rM'r, ind " n.!" . (-iii(, aial all rat- Tit hii.ljMi ooi'doi'iod .ur Moocsatc Ftca. i-u- ornrt i OeerniI II. . PiTcriTOr'ie i" nu "m itttrnt U lJ Uua lliau Hum fu.iite ftt.ru Wfi-hliiffton. hii) itwkM, lirawltirf or ptwto., with dwcrlp. Mr imIvIm. If 'trmi: or not free uf .... ;oi (be roi duo till ptlont U HfCured. v feMirr, "lloir to Obtain Patenti," with . m" - i f wiiul cI..di In your tilua,oouitr,os ui Iij. UJio, aA-SNOW&CO. ip rTrT Orncc. WiMmaT. D. C V CURE fr ASTHMA Wn Har Ferer, Dlplitoii, WmU . twX Cmd ui Coin CaE ftmimmeiKM br ThjKslMM a4 s T Crne 1iU uiruugbuut u world. Sena (or Vrs Samyl. HIME0D MANUFG CO., SOLI PROPRIETORS, 191 FULTON ST., NEW YORK. City Market, Is the best placH in the city togetstrictlyNo.lMeata, aud Sausage FreBb and Salted, ileal always clean. Attentiot always given. Prices always fair. ' FRED ABBOTT. Succeaaorto WHITNEY & ABBOTT Carpenter Block. Wellington, 0. 7 : DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER Knowing that a cough can be checkei- n Haw .nil .Via fl pa, f n rrna r F fiMa i. i.i i tion broken in s week. We hereby guar-L antee Dr. Ackers JSngiiBh tougn Kemedy, and will refund tbe money to all who buy, take it as per directions, and do not find our statement correct. v ,,- DR. ACKER'B ENGLISH PILLS Are active,' effective and pure. For sick headache, disordered stomach, loss . of appetite, bad complexion and bilious ness, they bave never been equalled either in America or abroad. OUR VERY BtSST PEOPLE Confirm our statement when we say that Dr. Acker's English Remedy is Id every way superior to any snd all other prepar ations lor . the throat and lungs. In whooping cough and croup, it is magic and relieves at once. We offer you a sample bottle free. Remember, this remedy Is sold on a postive guarantee. THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH.. Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in various parts of the body, sinking at the fIt of the stomach, loss ot sppetite, fever shness, pimples or sores, are sll postive evidence of poisoned blood. No. matter how It became poisoned it must be purifi ed to avoid dea'ta. Dr Acker's English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove scrofulous or syphiltlo poisons. Sold under postive guarantee. ,. . THAT TERRIBLE COUGH in the morning, hurried or difficult breaih Ing, raising phlegm, tightness In the chest, quickened pulae.chllliness in tbe evening or sweats st night, all or any of these thing! are the first stages of con sumption. Dr. Acker's Engliab Cough Remedy will cure tbeao fearful symptoms and Is wild under a poaltve guarautee. .. A Mystery Explained. -The papers cnutiln' frequent notices of rich, pretty and educated girls elop ing with negroes, tramps and coachmen. Thrt Wi1lL:tiftvfi ru.iOi.llut rt l?.tt..ls lin Miles, aays all such girts are more or leas hysterical, nervous, very Impuls ive, unbalanced; usually subject to headache, neuralgia, aleepleasne'. im moderate crying or laughing. These s show a weak nervous system for which r there Is no remedy equal to Restorative Nervine. Trial bottles and a fli.e book, containing many marvelous cures, free at E. W. Adams' who also sells and guarantees fr. Mile' celebrated New Heart Cure, the finest of heart tonics. Cures fluttering, short breath, etc. 6 Oberlln school of StrnogTaphy ind Tfypwrttlnr and Special bep'tof rvmnanihip, all connected Experienced teacher In all drp'u. Good board atiJ.OOpcrwnk. ft-nd orcircular before going uKTBcn. mention ini pnprr. Aonreaa McKKK & HENDERSON, Oberlln, O. Hsrklen's Amirs Mire Ths tawt salve in tne world fur bru'n. sores, ulitera, aalt rfc im. . ; i sore, tetter, chapped hand, chi!',:-. -.a, torn and sll akin eruptions, and ly cur a plh-a or do pay required la guaranteed to give perten sa'tata'-li. .' m money refunded. Prii 35 eroia i r Tot Salebv Wootr 4 .4mt . Yot WblorFAILlFO k If HOOuf 'IWauamstASiAf stiarl sil V(n4 ViiCa ttvu of lirortor Kiwmi m Older fcovur. btMl, aBHCMID fmlly Nlarti, Haw f Blsrr a-4 lrtKWsUll,CDITIlUFIfUOkiUAtrAi(T1lOrslOllI. Akjawltilflr fUli-t HUB! 1HUTISIT-VMaM t f. m UsUfy 0sa ku ftUlMasisI rrWr rwtrW. WHt Ihrst Pwr4lv Uomk liaftlta Utl rWs sslU4 Ir Prof. Loisette'o DISCOVERY AND TRAINING METHOD la p.t of .vtnltsvntaM Imiuttoni whit b niM tb thsjory, uv4 prMMoi fwalta of tb UrlcmaJ, Id BiU ol Ui grrasjsMsjtj iniantprvsientaf im bf tmum wnuM h enmpsHitor, tml to arrtUirf ' '( attstmrrtai to rtib" hftn of thwfmktof him UrHsrt,()l irf hirh dfmmatraU tb ndwbiM MpariortU anil pttrmtajilf of tuitnachlnc). Prof. LoiMttri Art of Nrvr h'twrtUng k iwuia VMUy In both UrntphrM u nstrkinf aa Kmm-T. fq iiamorj Oullar. lit PrpArtm(ikrntputfna)ffin otrtntonarrf paoplaln all pan) of thitl4 whokavact aiiv atortiaa Lti H3Wui itr errrMrMmlnok, ahnwirw thai hiaHratsMD Uuswd only tchii Ortni tudted,m4 mflriMtrd: thU any txk onn 04 Uornrd in c ainom$ Tfading, mind-vwuitrtnc ntrtti, 4c Bat Btmyauu TrtMaa4 TtMtlmnnlalt airlrlrtHka rraf. A. IMlHhTtS, H Fink Aveaae, 1X.X To ears Biliousness, Sick Headache, Constt potion. Malaria, Ltver Complaints, take th ssfs and certain remedy, BMXTtVO BILE DEAil TJae the MM All His (Mllttle Baant to the bettie). Thst abb ths most ooktihibxt. . aSmltmbl tor 11 Jk.mm. Price er either !, ase. xr Bottle. KISSIflG-"7-17-70 '--"i-- 1 1 W W 1 1 U ItelU br 4 Ma. (wppna or J.SHTMailJtanr-sujisxuis,"ST.lSUIS Ma. atffOBV jj D OKI When I say Ctras I de not mean meravy ta atop them fur s tints, snd then havs them re I urn aaain. i hkar a hadiu&u viiiu 1 haia made the f FITS, EPILEFSY or . FALLING BICXIIsXSa A llfs-long atndy. 1 WAWurt my remedy m Orbs the worn eaaea. IIwjuim othera hat tailed la no raaaon for not now ra elring ar.ur band atonce lor a treatIM and s Khes lom.s ol my Imvai.libls Kbhsot. (Jlva txprew snd Pout OOlna. It ooata yon nothing tut trial, snd It will ears yva. Addraas . H. O. ROOT, M.C., 1 13 Fiasi tu "iwTwt "I A rrv inrtilrlnal miiiiihhjiiiI Lhafrn whs'a ail fail, HwrwmlUi'WumaaMslh,WsA Luntf , Atlini" Inil(fU'ls, Jiiwatd a'aliia. r.ihsuHrtJott. liivalimli f f HhfiinvUUin, rmala Vv fknaa atu all pain ami di 0t4t of lb MioouvcB and tkwia Mo. at lrLigKiDla. HINDERCORNO. Tht mfswC turswt tuxJ fwnst vnrr rVrr(Vm, 14iiiilrnsi, 0U aii f pain. katrriKirnrun(otnirpH. fn-ver f' , ,-1 . ;:'; t ! .6 I r.