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THE ENTERPRISE. J. B. SMITH, Proprietor. WELLINGTON OHIO. NEWS OF T11E WEEK Gathered from AU Quarters. DOMESTIC. Thr president has granted a respite to Edward Helden, of Kansas, antilJuly 23. He was sentenced to hang June 20. Thk resUctioe of William Iluffglus, a farmer, livinjf near Grand Forks, 8. D., burned on the 23d with Its contents. Mrs. Ilugtfins was badly burned and died within an hour. Slie was the daughter of D. P. Ueevtss, a pioneer settler of the Hod rlvor valley. Jon.l Co(.R.v.AN, ajfed 80, n member of tho Libcrtv ihv company, wns Instantly killed at WiUuiac'oii, Del, on the 25th, by belnsr thrown from one of the en gine horses he was riding-. , Finn at C. N. Kelson Lumber Com pany's mills at Cloquot, Minn., on the 38th destroyed lumber and sheds valued atH0,000. Ins-.irad for S-1O0.000. Contracts were awarded on the 23d for the erection of the world's fair hor ticultural building at a total ost of 5301,299. Thr street ear drivers' strike at Grand Rapid,Mieh., which has been pending inee May 10, was declared oft on the 38d, the wen conceding everything. The trial of the president and direc tors of the New York & New Haven railroad for causing the death of the persons killed in the tunnel accident by disregarding the law in regard to heat ing the cars, ended on the 24th. Judge Van Urttnt ordered the dismissal of the indictments against all the defendant except President C'.ark who, later, was acquitted by tho Jury. Fbed IShokaw, son of Inane V. l!ro kaw, of New York City, was drowned on the 24th, while attempting to rescue the servants of Mrs. Heir, at Elberon, N. J. One of the servants was also drowned. At Orange, N. J., on the 84th, Will iam 1L Latimer was arrested on the charge of embezzling thoesum of 3,700 from the Orange loan and building as sociation while secretary of that organi zation. About 800 cloakmakers in the employ of Landcsmann, Hirschemler fc Co., Cleveland, 0., struck on the 24th for an advance in wages. At St Louis, Ma, on the 24th Alf C. Orefn, John C. Jacob, H. and George Wnl'-ter and John Lcwbaugh were ar rested on the charge of passing counter- felt ic. 10c, Mo, 50c and 81 silver pieces. A number of molds and considerable metal was found upon them. An arrest has been made in connec tion with the recent robbery of dia monds from E. J- Denning & Co., at New York City. 'William H. Conkline, aged 19, a clerk in the employ of the firm, was taken Into custody on the 2.1th, charged with the crlmo. Tvpnom fever is raging at Valley Falls, six miles from Providence, R. I. On tho 25th thirty-six persons were down with the disease. The cause of the epidemic has been traced toaotm tamlnated well. At Potlsville, Ta., several hundred men at the Pioneer Iron furnaces struck on the 25th because the owners of, the plant refused to pay them ording to the Pittsburgh scale. At Elmira, N. Y., on the 2.1th fire de stroyed Spaulding & Co.'s planing mill and sash factory, and damn (fed the El mira rolling mill and the Elmira, Cort land & Northern depot Total l.s about $75,000. Near Hamilton, Ma, on the 24th, while workmen were propping np the roof of a coal mine, a rock weighing a ton and a half fell, killing Paul Ulols instantly. Robert Stewart, Frank Doo ley, John Lewis and William Hall were all more or less severely injured. A CLot'O-nuRST occurred in Cherokee county, Tenn., on the 24th doing much' damage to crops, etc. Harvey Agnew and Jacob Newton, moociKhlners, were struck by lightning and instantly killed Br the explosion of a barrel of alcohol in the basement of the Columbia college at New York City on the 25th, Dr. John T. Northrop, an ioatrnotor in zoology, and his two assistants, William Simpson and Thomas Tighe, were seri ously burned Dr. Northrop's injuries may prove filial On the 25th the remains of Count Lewenhaupt, the husband of Ellen Bayard, the dunghler of ex-Secretary of State Thomas F. Bayard, were shipped on the steamer Werra, of the North German Lloyd line, for Bremen. The body was accompanied by his wife and Thomas F. Bayard, jr. It is being taken to Sweden for final Interment The chief of the bureau of statistics In his statement of imports and export of the United State, reports that the value of exports of merchandise from the United Statesduring the twelve months ended May 1)1, 1801, waa W70,694,98L The value of the imports of merchan dise was, for the twelve months ended May 81, W8,877.03a. A spabk from a tin roofer' store set fire to a wooden extension on the roof of the United States mint at Philadel phia on the 25th, but the prompt ar rival of the firemen prevented the spread of the flames and beyond a loss of 9300 to the roof no damuge was done. The Wisconsin state land commis sioners, who for t'ao past three months have been investigating the subject of tresspass on timber lands, have un earthed great frauds. Millions upon million of feet of pine timber have been ent by various individuals off pub lie lands with no authority whatever, i, 000,000 fuet having been stolen from ft ulngle township in the northwestern part of the state within the past two years. The robbery has been going on for twelvo years, and tho loss to the state is enormous. AT Toledo, O., on the 25th Rev. Dr. Qnigley, the Catholic priest who was recently convicted of violating the Ohio compulsory educational law, In refus ing to make returns under its provisions, was fined S25 and cost by Judge Pugs ley.. This is believed to be the first ease of the kind decided In the state. - Thr win of the late Senator McDon ald was probated ut Indianapolis on the 20th. The bulk of his property is left to Mrs. McDonald. His watch and , in i t . rt v XfnTVinnlfl. and ttoTSt oh Sporty U dUosed "under tho lawsof Vsceot At Little Rock. Ark., on the 20th the grand jury of Pulaski county returned an indictment against ex-mate ireaw nrer Woodruff for embezzlement of state funds. Wood.-nfi! waft UamCdiately placed under arrest Throdorf. Smith, of Agency, a vil lage fourteen miles from Kansas City, on the Santa 1'e road, was shot and Instantly killed on the 25th by throe unknown m n just as ho was closing hla store. No clew to the murdorers had bocu discovered , ' Dn. John L. Noktkrup, instructor in xoology iu Columbia, college, who was so badly burnod by tho explosion of ft cask of alcohol in the basement of the college building, died in New York City on the 20th. The body of an unknown flood victim was found at Johnstown. Pa., during a baseball gamo there on the 2()th. Mrs. Q. F. Hanky and Mrs. A. M. Tatro attempt' J to cross tho rallroud track at Graf'on, Neb., on the 20th in front of an approaching train. They were struck by the engine and both in stantly killed, the bodies being badly mutilated At New York City on the SOth James A. Simmonds, of the wrecked Sixth Na tional bank fame, was sentenced In the United States circuit court by Judge Benedict to six years' imprisonment at hard labor. Pending an appeal his bail waa fixed at $50,000. Businkrs failures during the seven days ended Juno 20th numbered for the United States 227, as compared with2:J5 the previous week. For the correspond ing week of last year the figures were 105. At Chicago on the 20th the stevedores employed in unloading and loading through freight steamers wore out on strike for an increase of pay from twenty to twenty-five cents an hour. The strike affects the Western Transit Union and Anchor lines. Elizabeth McVkt, the wonderful faster of Rone Hill, died at Wabash, Ind, on the 20th, forty-three days after any food whatever had been takon. Dr. Tanner, the celebrated faster, was with Mrs. MoVey a day before she died and diagnosed her case carefully, but could not determine the nature of the malady. The Diamond plate glass works at Elmwood, Ind., (he largest plate glass factory in the world, burned on the 2tJtK Loss, heavy. The A malgamated A ssoclation of Iron and Steel Workers adjourned at Pitts burgh on the Sftth, after being in ses sion twenty-two days. All the old offi cers except tho vice president of the fifth district wero re-elected John Martin, of Anderson. Ind, was elected to fill that position. The delegatus elected to the federation convention are William A. Carney, Jeremiah Doherty and Reese W. Frossor. Work upon the first of tho world's fair buildings was begun on the 20th. The structure is the woman's building, to be erected according to the plans of Miss Sophia G. Ilaydun, of Boston, Mass. It is (o be 900 by 403 feet in size, and three stories high The sixteenth annual four-mile eight oared straightaway race between the Yale and Harvard university crews was rowed on the 20th over the Thames course from Wlnthrop Point to Gales' Ferry, and was won by Harvard by eleven lengths. Time, 81:23. Yale's time, 21:57. The record now stands: Yale, nine victories and seven defeats; Harvard, seven victories and nine de feats. Yale holds the time record J. A. Pariiam, the attorney for State Controller Colg an, has advised him not to pay the S.100,000 appropriated by the legislature for California's exhibit at the world's fair oa the jrronnd that the appropriation is unconstitutional. ' Near Galveston, Tex., on the 20ta the powder house of the American Pow der Company, containing 2,000 kegs of powder, was struck by lightning and exploded The concussion caused the Hazard t Dupont and Lnflin & Rand powder nouses to explode and the fire works magazine of Victor Cortina. Buildings within a radius of three-quarters of a mile wero wrecked and a num ber of persons seriously hurt The offices of the stock yards were badly wrecked and fourteen head of cattle and other stock were killed The total loss is 920,000. At Wilkesbarre, Pa., on the Sth, Ed win McMillan was convicted of murder in the first degree. McMillan wns charged with having murdered his wife by burning her about oe rtuln portion of the body with red-hot irons, after ward pouring live coals lato tho wonnds tbu made. The crime waa committed while both husband and wife were maudlin with liquor. ' Tub followiu f foui'th-elass post office have been raised to the presidential class: Mound City, 111.; Walnut la.; North Abingdon, Mas.; Mount Vernon, Ma; Bed Lod re, Mont; Ashland, N. H.;' Yellow 8prt:i;.-!, O.i Norman, O. T.; Me chaniesvilte, I'd.; Buena Vista. Vs.; Al licrson, W. V.i., and Now I'a'iUe, Wyo. It is stated on the authority of an offi cer of the New Yor'.c Life Insurance Company, that a new shortage of SIM, 000 has been discovered in the accounts of the Spanish-American deportment This deficit is also duo to the peculiar business methods of Agent Merzbucker, and, added to the former uhortaje In his accounts of PiTO.OOO, brings tue total mount of his defalcation up to nearly half ft million. The Norfolk and Merchants' woolen mill at Dedhum, Mass., shut down on the 27th for ftn Indefinite period, owing to ft dull mar'.tet. PERSONAL AKO POLITICAL. At thi low democratic etoto con vention held at Ottumwa on the 34th, Gov. Holes, the present inctinbant, was renominated by acclamation. . Dr. J. V. Ai.ftoi pio democratic can didate for lieutenant governor in the last campaign In Connecticut, died sud denly on the 24th at his home in Middle TnK Ohio democratic state convention ! a as been called to meet lit Cleveland I lulv 14. Thb St James Gazette says tlmt tho rtate of Mr. Qladntoue'a health is alarm- friends and that Sir Andrew al'T'JZ '7,er rom 0 .tl,e errip,from which he snflVred some time ago. Chief Post Office Inspector Rath rone has handed to the postmaster general his resignation to take effect June 28. On July 1 Mr. Rathbone will be appointed fourth assistant postmas ter general. , Tub North ,' Dakota State Alliance platform adopted on the 25th makes no mention of tho Cincinnati platform, de mands a one hundred-cent silver dollar and taxation of mortgages, and favors an income tax, prohibition and woman suffrage. The alliance also indorses the Ocala platform. Col. Thomas Fitzorrald, of the Philadelphia Item, who has been travel ing in Europe, died suddenly at London on the 25th from nri attaok of the grip. He was 73 years of age, John Fbi.ton, the originator of the idea of soiling newspapers and books on railroad trains, died at his residence in Buffalo, N. Y., on the 34th. Mr. Felton was born in Barre, Mass., sixty seven years ago. C E. MiTcnEi.li, commissioner of pat ents, has resigned, to tuka effect upon the appointment of his successor. Both branches of the Michigan legis lature have passed the. bill authorizing i vote of the peoplo npoo. the question of calling a convention for a general re vision of the state constitution. Dn. Isaac Lea Nicholson, of Phila delphia, on the 20th announced his in tention to accept the bishopric of the Milwaukee diocesi, to succeod the lato Bishop C. F. Knight who was elected , two years ago. FORSIO i. Alarmed by recent Weslcyan discus sion on Inspiration and Sabbath keep ing, Mr. Spurgeon, with a number of other ministers, has signed a manifesto declaring for thorough Calvinism and accepting both Testaments as the word of God. saying that the two must stand of fall together. The liberals, bavin? obtained power in Prince Edward Island for the first time in thirteen years, are making ft clean sweep of tory office holders. A nWATCH from London says that ft syndicate organised there and having Paris interests allied with it has sent ft representative to the Vnitcd States with authority W invest ?-.8,000,000 In grain One of the Rothschild is interested It is reported that the vintages of the Rhine, Moselle aa I the Palatinate are complete fnlluvej owing to the severe and long frosts which prevailed during the earlier part of the season. Espe cially Is this the case in the "Rheingau" or "Rhine country. The marines who recently mutinied at Chatham, England have been sentenced to imprisonment with hard labor; the three loaders to seven -seeks and the others to two weeks. ' : . An Imperial ukase, with reference to recruiting for the Russian army, places the number of recruit for 191 at 283, 400 as against 313,003 in 1881. Jay EsriKa, American consul at Van couver, B. C has resigned Ewlng's pronounced aotl-Englishj views and failure to conduct him wtf in a manner expected of a gentlf'and ft fiiplo mat, rendered him etiTiaoly aupopular nd forced hi resignation.. . A TEl'.ltiFic tiaundcr-slorm pasted pver I the Jagcrndorf, Austria-Silesia, on the "inn. inree vmsfvii in maw unuuur hood were set oa -Are by the lightning and three men a number of cattle were killed r.A'rrcn. . In the case of ASimzo Barrett of In diana., sentenced to live years' impris onment and. a fine of 8100 for passing counterfeit money, tho president ha re mitted the fine and commuted the sen tence to two years' imprisonment At Wilmington, Del, on the 28th nit the mills of the Diaaiond State Iron Company, covering about four acres oi ground were totally d'wtroyed by fire. Loss estimated at $400,000, rnrt'y cT' ered by Insurance on the machinery. The mills gr.ve employment to about 8,000 hands. The police visited the ofBccs of the Pann'ma Co ml Company at Paris on the 27th and seized all document relating to the btifincsM of the company. The milllmr firm of R. Gregg k Co. at Cannon Futlc Minn., on the 27th made an si,.'mnent for the benefit of creditors. Assets, 801,103.00; liabilities nearly $150,000. In the cne of W. W. Hollklny, of the District of Columbia, convicted of man tlaughterin killing George Krice. Febru ary 8, !!$.. the president has granted s pardon to take effect July 18 next one day before the expiration of the present sentence. A Viknna dl patch states that nerr Mayer, director of the Hesse branch of the German stnta bank, has been sen tenced to ten yoatV imprisonment for fraud and forgery. At Dcb Moln?, la., on the 28th nit W. Bennett, a railrosd brakeman, was Instantly killed by electricity. While passing through an al'fc.y he touched wire which wati crossed with an elec tric light wire and received the fuU charge of an alternating current At Newlmryrort Mass.. the stable and car liouee of the Newburyport and Amesbury Street Iiullway Company wero burnod oa the night of the 27th with thirteen cars. Los estimated at 175,000 to J100,000, neurly covered by in surance. Count Ciiari.k Ai.nr.itT Fkstf.tis, well-known engineer, died at New York City on the 27th. He was ft native oi Austria but had for many years resided in Washington. All but one of the fourteen flint and window glass factories of Flndloy, O., shut down on the night of tho 27th until September 1. This gives over 2,000 em ployes a two months vacation. Neab Denver, CoL.on the 20th during ft cyclone bouse were blown down, trees uprooted and crops destroyed Ten or fifteen persons were injured, but none seriously. On the ranch of C 8. Clark 350 sheep were killed by hall and the eyes of many were put out , FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS It has been said that skilful advertising will accomplish wonders, and this is psrt ly true, for it is no uncommon thing to see various nostrums achieve a brief no toriety in this way, But they do not out lsBt the notices that herald them. . Thus it Is that tho mercurial and potash remedies are constantly appearing before the public in new disguises. Advertising, however, will not account for the popularity that 8. 8. 8. ha enjoyed for fifty years, nor for the fact that It has become a household remedy; nor will advertising account for the thousands of testimonials that people have given In its behalt". Only the moat substantial merit can account for the esti mation in which this wonderful medicine is held. . - Sudden Deaths. Heart disease Is by fur the most fre quent cause of sui'den death, whlo. in tune out of four esses is unupected. The pjmptoms are not generally under stood 'These arc: a habit of lying on the rlghtslde, short brrnt.l), pain or di tres in Hide, back r.r thotilder, irregular pulse, HKthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in stomach, eweliluir of ankles or dropsv, oppression, dry couli snd Hu.otherlng, L'r. Miles' illustrated book on Heart Plsea-t) t ree st E. W. Adams', who sell' and guarantees Dr. Mile' untqualeil New Ili-art Cure, and liln Restorative Norvlne, which cures nei viuiiess, headache, HleeplHssnes. efincinof drinking, etc. If!outaln no "plate.1 S In another column ot this paper wi.l tie found an advertisement of a medicine known as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeay, for sale by Drug gist F. D. Felt of this place. In almost every nelghliorhood throughout the west, there are some one or more persons, whose lives have been saved by this remedy. It I natural for such persona to tke especial pleasure In recommending the remedy to others, ma praise mat lollows m luiro-dur-tion and use makes it Immensely pop. ular. While it is iutenned especially for (lie, cholera morbus, dysentery and diar rlioea, it is also cUimed to cure chronic diarrhoea. If soi'h be the case it Is cer tainly a 'Godsftul" to many a poor mor tal ; (29 Tim following, clipped from the Bur. i Unburn Junctlou, (Mo.) Post, contains In. I formation ot no little value to persons troubled with Indliresti.iu : - For years the editor of the Post hu bttfii subject to ci amp colic or rlt of indigestion, ilmt prostrated him for'aevtrnl hours and unritt d him lor buslnesi (or two or three iImv afterward, A'aint s yur ago wh c.hIIhiI oh j. J, Butcher, drilj;- (iisi, anil asked lor something to ward oil an ot'n. b that a na already making lite IndeoiH, Mr. Butcher handed ua a bottle ' CViiitlM'rliiln'H Colic, Cholera and Diar rhu Ri ui. dy. We took the mediclns ac cording to directions, and not only found n lief on that occasion, but have several tiin-a since tried its virtues and loiind re lief In every Instance. We take; this method of acknowledging the benefit d. rived and recommending the cure to all otneis niihjno.i to Indigestion. For sale by F. ! Felt. (2!) "That Good Medicine." Mr. C. D. Cone, at'nrney, Parker, South Dukot. hv: "I lake pleasure in fiyim lo the public, as I have to my friends and acquaintances for the last live years, thai I consider Chamberlain' Colic, CIiuImtu aud Diarrhoea Remedy the best medicine fur the purpose it is imen led that 1 ever tried. Since 1 have used it I would no', be without It. I was always subject to ekoleia morbus and never louiid jnyihlii'ir else that gives the relivt that Ibis remedy does. I never leave home withnut takiiii; itwl'hnie; and on many occasion have run with il to the relief ot s"iue sufferer stid hnvp never known It to faiL ilyc'uil dint nlwuM call (or "that good uiediclue," whn they Lave a pain in the stomach or IhiwvI for vale by P. D. Felt. (29 Guaranteed Cure For La Urlppe Weauthorize our advertised drugglt to se'1 j'ou Dr. Klug's New Discovery for consumption, cough and colds, i.pon this condition. If yon are alflict ed wbh f.a Grippe .ml will il-e this r.m-ily Hccor.llng to directions, i:lvinjf It a lair trial, aim experience tm oeni fit, yon tuny return the bottle an I have yo.ir money refunded. We make lliU offer, because of the wonderful meeei. (t Dr. King' New Discovery during last sexton's epidemic. JUvu heard of o ca'e where it failed. Tiy It, TrUI V'ttlc free at K. W. Adams' drug store. Li rge size 50i and $100. -i Harriet E. Hal), of Waynetown, Ind., says: "I owe my (tie to the Great South American Nervine. I had hen lo but & oiootlu from the effects of an exhausted stomach, indigestion, nervous prostration and a general shattered condition of my who! system. Had given np nil hopes ot getting well. Had tried 8 doctors with no rIK. The first bottle of the Nervine Tonic Improved me to much thut I waa aid" to walk about, snd a few bottles cun-d mi entirely. I believe it the beat medicine la the world. 1 cannot recom mend li too highly." Trial bottle 13c. .Sold by E. W. Adams, Wellington. 21-20" Prol.'Loitett"' Memory System is Cresting greater Interest than ever to all parti of the country, and nelsons wishing to Improve their memory should tend lor hi prospectus tree as advertised In an. othercolmuo - Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. . : A certain euro for Chronio Sore Eye, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronio Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore- Nipples nd Filet. It Is cooling and soothing. Hundrodsof case have been cured by it after all other treatment had failed. It U pat np In 29 and 60 cent boxes. , For Hale by F. D. Fell ' Miles' Iferve & Liver Pill Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels throtigti the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure bIMouiness, btd taste, torpid liver, plies, constipa tion. Unequalcd . for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, turettl 60 doses, 25 ocnts. . Samples free t. W. Adam'. . 11 Have you tried South American Ner vine the gem of the century t The great cure for Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Ner vousness. Warranted the most wonderful Stomach and Nerve Cure ever known Trial bottles 15 cents. Sold by E. W. Adams, flrnggist Wellington. 21 m -A a 1 K BtIM " five Instant mi N-r aim it an iniaiiiuie ()an nir fllM. Prleotl. llr ltniKirtsUortnnll. Hnmpkis rrM.AridrcMANikkk x 2Ut), Hen York Ulr. nil rmr .'II W THE REV. GEO. n. " THAYER, of 1 Bourbon. Ind.. says: "Both myaelf and Wife owe our lives to SHILOIl'S CON SUMFflON CURE." For salebyFiD. Felt. ARE YOU MADE miserable hv Indi gestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Hkint Bhiloh's Vita izer is a positive cure. For sale by F. D reit. - WHY WILL YOU cough when Shilohs Cure will give Immediate relief. Price 10 cts., CO cts., and (1. For sale by F. D. felt , 1 "HACKMETACK , .a lasting and fra grant perfume. Price 85 and oO cen'B. For sale by F. D. Felt. SHILOIl'S CURE will immediately re lieve Croup, Whooping ' Cough and Bron chitis. For sale by F. D. Felt. FDR DY8PEP3IA and Liver Com. plaint you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Bhiloh's Vitahzer. It never f ai's to cure. For sale by F. D. Felt A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bottle ol Bhiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50ceotB. For sale by F. D. Felt. Failures in Llfo. People fail in many way. In bualiiess, In morality, In religion. In happiness and Jn health. A weak heart, is often an unsuspected cause of failure in life. If the blood does not circulate properly In iIia lungs there is 'bonnes of breai li, asthma, etc.; in the brain, dizziness, liea'laclie, etc.; In the stomach, wind, pain, 'ndlge lion, taint spells, etc. In the liver, toi u.dltyt congeion, etc. Pat In the left side, houldi r and stonni-li I caused by heart strait-. For nil these maladies Mr. Miles' New Cure for the heart and lungs Is the best remedy. Hold, guaranteed and recommended by E W. Adams. Treatise free. 3 BANKERS, Doctors, lawyers, carpenters, druggists, engineers, mechanics, in fact we have rec ommendations from people in all stations In life, testifying to the wnudeiful cures Itiat Ptilpltur bitters have cllected. bend for 'testimonials. See soot her column. 27 A BLESSINU TO HUMANITY. This la whr.t N. II. Audtews, s promt nnl citizen of Springfield, O., says: "M sitords me great pleasure to assure tnv friends that I have received both Immed iate and permanent relief of throat Uron cliliil and Asthmatic trouble In the use In Dr. Acher's English Remedy. It is cer tainly a good honest medicine, anil a Meeting to humanity." The above preparation I sell on a pos- tiye guarantee. It has given better sails 1 act 1 1 n tnan any remedy l have ever tw E. W. Adams. Druggist. V21-27 Wellington. Old- Itolwcca Wllkittsoii. of BiotviipV.'tlley, Ltd., says: "I have been In adi-tn'8-ed condition for three years trotn nervous. ties, weiikiii M of the stomach, dyancp. -la and Indigestion until my health waa iron. .Iliad been doctoring constantly with no relief. I bought una bottle f Sn'ntli American Nervine, hlch did tin mire good than any $'0 worth of die-torliis I ever oni to my lire. 1 would n ivt-e every weakle pcraon to use tli'm valuable mill lovely remedy ; a few bot tle cured me cmutdetely, 1 consider It lite grandest medicine in 'lie world." sr ranted the mot wonticrltil atomacli ami nerve enre ever known. Trial bot tle 15 cents. Sol I .by E. W. Admits, " el'tngton, O. 22-2.0 iFjamriBiwr.wCTS . I. Uiaats, and Traila-r.. u- atiulned, aiid all tL rat ImtlnL'u cochocuki lot moocsstc riu. Oi Orsier is Oeeoairr.O. . furrier Orsiet ml we can sncara iiaient la luw Urn Uuu Uium remote from Whfni;ton. tsetid model, drawing or photo., with eoscrlp; lien. W advliw. If ptteniobl or not. froa ef tivre. Our fee not due till patent U iccurad. a PoiaeMtrr. " How to Obuln Patenu," with wnn of srtusl clients la your Stake, eounty, or leu n, eut free. AtUnut, C.A.SNOW&CO. Oee r stint OmcL Whintn. D, C P1R0DS CURE fr ASTHMA (M Ear rerer, Bljutlerla, wm, tmX Clip til Comi Calii ttMnmmendefl by nvvlolaiis and i 17Broj. (faTuifouiittoultta world. Sead (or Vro Bsmale. HIMIIOD MANUFG CO., SOU PBOPaiKTORi, 191 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK. City Market, Is the best place in the city togetstrictlyNo.l Meats, and Sausage Fresh and Salted. Meat always clean. Altentioi slwnys given. Price alwsyijfalr FEED ABBOTT, Suoeesiorto WHITNEY & ABBOTT '.'arpenterBlork. - Wellincton, O. 'mm mm 'I m : H A Jfew -, s Is Life Worth Living? ' Not if voh no throuch the world a dyspep tic. Dr. Acker's Dysitepsla Tablets are a , positive cure lor the worst lorm ot dys pepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and Con-; stipation. Guaranteed and sola by E. W. Adnms. WE CAN AND DO Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for It has been fully demonstrated to the p to pie of this country that it is superior to all other preparations tor blood diseases. It ' is a positive core for syphilitic poisoning,' Ulcers. Eruptions and Pimples. It purl- He t.hn who a svstem ana moroucuiy builds up the constitution. For sale byj E. W. Adams. . i CAN'T SLEEP JXIGHT8 la the complaint of thousands suffering from Asthma. Consumption. Couehs, etc. Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English Remedy It Is the best preparation known tor all Lung Troubles. Sold on a positive irtiarantee at 25c. and BOc. by E W. Adams. 8 A Duty to Yourself. i It is surorislnK that people will use a common, ordinary pill when they can se- , cure a valuable English one for the same j money, ur. Ackers rJtig'isn puis area xiMtive cure lor siuK-neaaacne ana an iver troubles. '1'hey are small, sweet, easily taken, and ffo not gripe. Sold by E. W.Adams. A Child Killed. Another child killed by the use of opiates given In the lorm ol Soothing syrup. Why mothers give their c.lnldren such deat.ly poison is surprising when they can relieve the rhild of its peculiar tioubles by using Dr. Acker's Ilaby Sooth er. It. tve.tains no npiuin or morphine. Sold ! ii. W. Adams ' . , , llhoumatism Cured in a Pay. "Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism snd Ncnralnla radically cure in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system Is r-unirkaohj and mvsteriniia. It rnmoyeH at nnce the cause and th disease immediately disap- oears. The fitat doae sreoliy In-iu Dts, 70 rents. Sold bj E. W. Aduma, Wellington. (H4 Otxrlln school of Rtrn vtTTty nnd Type-wrltlnr and Hpecial llcp'l nl' t- ...... ,;iip. all connected Experienced ttac!ier In i I vp 'ta Uoodboerd t i.00 per week. Sen I .rc!rc-.i:arbcfore going elsewhere. Mentlnn tlil);'iipi-r Address McKKKCt Hi.:- :.UbC.N, Oberllu, O. 1865 vs-1891 The BEST the CHE APEST In s pnrehaae for a lifetime. The LADD 14-Kt. KTlFi ENEU liOLU CASK, the only one with patent Im provements, bora of experience, neoeeMry for wear. Tns Best Oass for tods Watoh. Buy the LADD. A fine assortment (or sale by J. II. WniHT A So, Jewelers, Wellington, 0. llljl I Bucltlen'i Arnica Salve The best salve In the world for oars, bruises, sores, nicer, sslt Thaum, levar ores, tetter, chspped hands, chilblains, corns snd all tkln eruption, and positive. ryoules pile, or no pay required. It Is guarsateed to giy perfacl satisfaction, or money refonded. Price 25 cents per but. For Bale by Woostar Adams. vl FOR F.lErJ QilLVI fUtntnl and WEJAV0U8 btfliM'li't I if IrrortoT Kioeuei In Old or Yonmr. krsknt. Beble AjUIOODfklly Rrs4orrl. Heieisnr i Eluielr faille,; mm IllKATa?iT-eJu n-i iiv taretlry tVM Hi ftlatea aM tmrlfn (wifr1e, RHlsUeis, rtlrtlt Boat, ntUuUtaiJii prvtt M Cms ltd) r; Mtnm ERIft WtDiCAL QQ BUFFALO N V Prof. Loisette's 81 DISCOVERY AMD TR AMINO METHOD In omit tf ir1n!tMPalf1 hnUimil tirirh mim tSt thaurr, and protlcl nttiulu of ttiv OHcltiil, In H'!t of ih ftummi nmtpnMintnti4fM hy unvi-'Uf wmild bm somprUUrn, BdiDiiritnf "bAM'aUtftitt rub" htm of tlw fruit of hi ltUf m of whi )i (t.-in itatratf5 thai antlstuhUrd mperinrttf and nmtfilsmtr of to'itrwcliln K Prof. WmtiMr$Arot ti-ft Y'iriMUvg U iciftiiw tfMlaf In both Jieni;ir m intrklnt an Kicri in Mora off Coltara. Hi FrirttmiPif tit ptwt trmtfivM raptnkminf pwiUfti vll patfanf ihaffliitscwiroltaTeaQC a&Jly atudid iita HMma hf cn-pttmnc, nhtrwuW tfaaf bi HriUm ta utd nV trhil 6 in uttuhed, tvC mttrvara: that any btxk ean oe Uarnctt ininWfl ffadngtmlnd-wiruiriigrnrrdtd:9, fx ProapaoUi Tnnsiid TaWtlroonUla 4Vdlrta , . rrr. A. hOLtsKTTkit Fifth Avenae. 9LT. To cure BiliOTiineM, Sick Hetdacbe. Consti- patlon. lialarU. Lirer Complnintj, take 1 tht tvfa and eeruin remedy, BMITXTS V tke HtAlI.aiee(40UtUeReanstotha beule). Thbt aks ths most coxvsNizar. Priee ef either else, 5c prr Bottle. fSSIfIG7-,7-7-"-' IIIUUIIIUsiiMalaiKitui unuui.i. J.HIIIAN.sai("BUBa4Ms,"tT,UUil ass. ' When I say Cma I do not msan rnerety ta top Uism tor S Urn, snd than have thnrn ! turn aitaln. I ataAM A RADICAL CUltK. 1 nave made Ui tUaeaa ol FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESa A life-long study. I w arhatt ny remedy to Ceil the wont case. Hcoama others linvi. failed U no reason lnr not now rocitlvniK a rur endatoncaloratreatlae snd a t HIE Ho rn i of my larii.t.iBLB tamtuv. aiva hr )"'" and Fot Ofll-. It coin yon nothing lur a trial, and it will ear yon. XJOibm H. Q. ROOT, M.C., I S3 turn. St.. 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