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J . B. SMITH, Proprietor. WELLINGTON OHIO. NEWS OP THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters. CONGRESSIONAL. In the senile on the 1st the committee on public lands divided on a bill refunding money for rld lnd, a majority nd minority report being preeentt'd. Mr. Sherman offered a bill for reference to the committee on foreign re lations providing for representatives . of the United States at the Columbia historical ex hibition at Madrid In IHW. A bill was passed appropriating fcwo.OUO for a public building at Kansas City, Mo. The bill referring to the court of claims the question of the froudulent character of the awards made against Mexico in the La Abr case pissed by a vote of 43 yeas toll nays. A similar bill In regard to the Well claim also pmsed. Mr. Palmer introduced a bill to d-.-vc!o;i atid faclliuto the iiiter-stote commerce of lh whole country, and more especially that of tho twenty-two states and teiritorirs hlcli are in whole or In part drained by the Mississippi river and its tributaries.... The houo was engaged in a discussion of the rules, which assumed a wide range and allowed the members to make political speeches and personal remarks not pertinent to tho subjeot under discussion. It was a day for personal ltles, Mrssrs. Hoar und Morse enquiring In s .vsrbnl encounter, while the speaker was com pelled to disputed tho sergeant at-arms to Mr. Plckler, of South Dakota, and order him tc take his scut MR. PALMKRln the senate on the 2d submit ted a resolution for eleotlon of senators by th( people. Mr. Voorhees rose to a question of per sonal privilege and denied a statement in a Phil adelphla paper that he made a bargain to hell defeat tho confirmation of Judge Dallas, ol Pennsylvunla, ss circuit judge if Messrs. Quay, Cameron and Hlgglns would help him defeat Judge Woods. Messrs. Quay. Cameron and .Higglns also denied the statement, The senate then took up the printing bill and discussed II tberostof the day.... In tho house a vote wai taken on Mr. Burrows' amendment to allow th speaker to count a quorum, which was lost. Mr Kccd offered an amendment thut when a quo rum failed to vote there i.liould be a call of tht house and each member us ho answers to hll name shnll vote on the pending question. Dl cushion continued all afternoon without inci dent and Uie bouso adjourned. . In the senato on the 3d Mr. Dolph reported adversely a number of new Chinese lmmigra t on restrictions and prohibitory bills, and as 1 fubstltulo therefor reported a bill continuing all laws prohibiting and restricting Chinese Im migration for a period ol ten years. Mr. Kyli culled up hi joint resolution proposing as amendment to the constitution of the "nited States making uniform the laws In regard te marriage and divorce, and read a speech upon the subject Mr. Vest called up the bill for post office building not to exoeed X36.0U0 in oost In every town where the postal receipts exceed 13,000 per annum. He said the number of build ings would he about two and the total cost about W.uoo.ono. The bill waa still under discussion when the senate resumed consideration of the Vandursoa pubtU printing bill without final action.... In te house consideration of the re port of the commln.ee on rules was resumed, the pending amendment being one offered by Mr. Uoatner, striking out all that part of the rules giving permission to attach riders to ap propriation bills when la the Interest of re trenchment In expendtKtrea. Boatner'i amend ment was lost .The question recurring on the amendment of (tie committee it was adopted, thus providing that no legislation would be ger mane on appropriate bills except such as re trenched expenditures. Is tho senate on tho 4th Mr. Washburn, from the committee on commerce, reported adversoly the bills for bridges across the Hudson and East rivers at Now York. Mr. Brice Introduced a , btUfora montimcnt at Put-in-Bay to Commo dore Perry and those who took part in the "bat tle of Lake Erie. The senate then went Into executive session. When the doors wore re opened the report contlrmlng Senator Call, of Florida, In his seat was taken up and adopted. Adjonrned until the 8th. ...In the bouse the sen ate bill to pay West Virginia 1161,918 under the direct tax law was referred. Senate bill to cre ate a fourth Judicial district In Utah was passed. The previous question was demsnded on the adoption of the report of the committee en rules, which was adopted. Mr. Sayres reported back from the committee on appropriations a bill making au appropriation for dellcicnclcs in the eleventh census, and also a resolution re garding an Investigation of the expenditures for the world's fair. I the house on the Sth Mr. Flthtan offered s bill placing agricultural Implements on the fret list The bill was referred to the committee on ways and means. Mr. Ileltihoover, from Wit committee on war claims, reported back from the committee the bill known as the border rail claims bill, to authorise the payment of dam ages sustained by Pennsylvania from Union an Confederate troops during the war. Mr. Outh walte, from the committee on military affairs reported a bill to establish lineal promotloi throughout the artillery, cavalry and Infantry The eenate bill for a publio building at Sandae ky, O., was reported favorably. The house wenl Into committee of the whole on the census urg ency dcllcleney bill and a long debate followed Mr. Sayres offered aa amendment to pay thl Sioux Indians ft 111,514 for subsistence for tht fiscal year IWS and providing that the eomrala slonerof lndlun affairs should furnish a list ol all employes in his bureau with salaries paid, Agreed to. The committee then rose ana uu bill passed. DOMESTIC Col. Johh WrrnrriS, cashier of the San Antonio (Tex.) National bank, iu( elded In a room at that institution on the 8d by shooting himself. No cause has been learned for the deed. Col Withers was an ex-Confederate and rep nlar arm officer, graduating at West Point with Gen. U. & Grant. Tatr. Chicago committee of democrat! to provide for the coming national con ventlon has decided to build a wigwam capable of seating 18,000 people, la which the convention will be held. A site on the lake front will probably be secured. Walteb R. and It. J. Jones, cotton factors of Memphis, Tenn., have ab sconded after baring defrauded foreign creditors to the amount of $100,000. A si.ioht shock of earthquake was felt at Omaha, Neb., on the 84 TDK anti-Pinkerton bll has passed the New York assembly. It prohibits the hiring of any private detective by corporations. Thr Ilsnk of Hamburg, Is., was robbed of 84.000 on the night of the 3d. It U supposed to have been done by the book-keeper, who Is missing. FrrzsiMMoNa, the Pittsburgh mur derer under arrest at New Orleans, committed suicide In the parish prison 01 the 4th by cnttlng his throat Ths wonnd was two Inches deep and e tended from ear to ear. A TiRRiFic explosion occurred at th Baker quarries and limekilns at Camp bell Station, Pa., on ths 4th. Three large dynamite cartridges which had been froten were placed near the boiler if) the engine house to thaw. They e ploded, blowing the building to frag ments and completely wrecking the machinery. Two men were injured. If is now stated that the IndebUd- nfjtt of W. F. and B. Jones, the Mesa- flpt qotton brokers who recently ab- setnded, will aggregate 8250,000. Tn irreat iron beam pool, comprise ing most of the powerful beam firms in the country, has collapsed, owing to In ternal differences and outside competl tion. This combination was formed two years ago, ' Ths dedication of the flood memorial hosnita.1 took nlace at Johnstown. Pa., on the 4th, in tho presence of a large assemblage of people. Nine men fell sixty feet at the Bioss furnace at Birmingham, Ala., on the 4th, and two of them were instantly killed. Three more are perhaps fatally injured. The men were working on scaffolds, riveting sheets of steeL Be sides the men were a portable forge for heating the rivets and three kegs of riv ets. This great weight caused the scaf folding to give way.' Tbc Cincinnati division of the Adams Express company hss dropped twelve men who were found to be members oi the Brotherhood of Express messen gers. It is understood that a number of other dismissals will follow. Tub braiding building of the John A. Hoebling Sons fc Co.'s wire works at Trenton, N. J., was destroyed by fire on the 4th. The building is a three story brick and was used for the pur pose of putting braid on telephone and electric wires. Loss, 3150,000. Wii.s Howard, the famous Kentucky desperado, who killed thirteen men in the famous Howard-Turner foud of two years ago, lias been convicted of mur der at Lebanon, Ma, and will hang. ' Judos John Ritter, cashier of the Deposit bank of Glasgow, Ky., which failed a few days ago, is a defaulter and Insane. He was found to be in debt to tho bank for $25,000, which he had lost by injudicious speculation. He turned over all his property to his creditors, and is now in an insane asy lum. The American steamer Minota, which arrived at New York on the 5th from San Francisco, enjoys the distinction of being the first steamship which ever made the round trip from New York to Ban Francisco and bock. Two other American steamships are now on the same trip but have not yet completed it The Minota left San Francisco No vember 25. The Pennsylvania border raids claim bill was reported to the National house on the 5th, by Chairman Boltzhoover, with the favorable recommendation of the house war claims committee. It appropriates 83,447,945. Uoddabd & Sons, flour milling men of 6t Louis, have assigned with liabili ties of 8130,000, and assets about 897,000. The post office authorities have of fered a reward of 81,000 for the appre hension of the thieves who committed the recent postal bag robberies at New York City. i.f the court of general sessions at New York on the 5th Judge Martine dismissed the Indictments for misde meanor found against the editors of the different daily papers of that city who published the details of the electrocu tion of the murderers Wood, Smller, Slocum and Jugiro, at Sing Sing, on July 7, 189L Market Clkrk David Hastings, the first of the Allegheny City (Pa.) of ficials indicted for embezzlement has been found guilty of all the counts. His ball was Increased to 810,000, which was furnished and he was released pending sentence. The penalty is twenty years' imprisonment and a fine equal to the amount of money embez zled. At Valparaiso, Chile, Judge Foster has passed sentence on three men ar rested for assault on the sailors of the cruiser Baltimore. The maximum pen alty inflicted is 930 days' imprisonment The families of the murdered seamen are to be paid damages by the crimi nals, Another big mining strike has been made at Cripple Creek, CoL At tht depth of thirteen feet a chimney of ore was discovered which is a perfect mass of shining gold. Samples taken from it show it to be of marvelous richness, mining men estimating the value al from 813,000 to 825,000 per ton. The steamer City of Savannah and the schooner Lucy Jones collided near Woods lloll, Moss, on the 6th. The Jones sank immediately. The mate and two seamen were drowned. A disastrous fire started at Loui vlllc, Ky., on the 5th in the office of thl tobacco warehouse of Edwards, Barn1 ard & Co. W. S. Edwards, senior mem ber of the firm, was burned to death. He was asleep in his room at the time, The loss to the building and contents is estimated at 875, rOO; fully Insured. Wii.ijam Pucket was hanged at Ir vine, Ky., on the 5th for the murder of Henry Hall during an election In No vember, 1390. Kobert Charlton was also hanged at Henderson, Ky., for the killing of bis mistress. At Stanton, Ky., Simpson Bush paid ths death pen alty for wife murder. v The business failuresduring the week ended February 5 number for the United States 273, Csnada 46, total 819, as com pared with totals of 297 the previous week and S06 for the corresponding week ol last year. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. A caiii.eoram to the state depart ment from Cape Town, Africa, an nounces the death of Lieut A. Shufeldt, of the navy, retired. Lieut Shufeldt had gone to Afrioa as a commissioner of the world's fair to secure exhibits for the exposition. He was a son of the late Admiral Shufeldt All of the great central bodies of labor organizations in New York state have now endorsed a bill to enable all self-supporting women to vote at all elections Even the socialists, who polled a vote of over 14,000 for their candidate forgnvernor, Daniel De Leon, last fall, are committed to the measure. Busbeli, Saoe, Jr., the favorite nephew of Russell 8age, died at New York City on the 4th. He was 68 years Old and unmarried. Mis. Aw Fisn-ATSow, mother of! Margaret Mather, the actress, dropped dead at Detroit Mich., on the 81 She; was 78 years old and a native of Ea gland. Six Morrell Mackenzie, the famous English physician, died at London oh the 8(1, sg J, 64 years. " Jacob Lekse. the first white settler f California, died at San Francisco on the 2d. aired 83 years. He went to Cal ifornia in 1838 and built the first house in San Francisco in 1836. ' The American Protective association held a seoret meeting at St Louis on the 8A Three hundred delegates were present from all over the United States. Its object is antl-Catholio and the mem bers are pledged to support only Prot estant political candidates. The asso ciation Olalms to have votes enough to control the presidential election, and will nominate its own candidate. Thomas Mimosa, a poor farmer liv ing near Grantaburg, Ind; recently re ceived letters of oredit from the Bank of England calling for any sum less that 1,000,009, accompanied by an ur gent call from London solicitors that he report In London at once and cloim a large estate in northern England, A. C. Fulton, a nromlnent attorney at the York county bar, died suddenly in the court room at York, Pa., on the 6th of heart disease. John Hooan, whose death was an nounced at 8t Louis on the 5th, was widely and favorably known through out the west He was a native of Cork, Ireland, and came to this country in 1827. In 1836 Mr. nogan was president of the Illinois board of publio improve ments and while occupying that posi tion the board laid out the site of the city of Chicago, and the first railroad in Illinois was built while he held that po sition. Hamilton Gat, the oldest postmaster in the United States, died tiear Kings ton, Tenn., on the 5th. He had served as postmaster al Gray's Hill since his appointment by President Polk. The president has issued a proclama tion announcing the agreement Be tween the United States and Great Britain of reciprocal trade relations with the British West Indies. FOREIGN. A huckster named Cosgroskl, bis. two children and ,two laborers named Kurs and Scouts, were found dead on the 8d la the room which they occupied at Elbing, .Germany. They hod been suffocated by gas escaping irom a stove in the apartment A fearful accident Is reported from near Breslau, Germany, owing to the floods and drifting ice. The river Oger has been running high, and in the rush of waters thirty barges were unmoored and carried down the stream and forty persons drowned. The steamer Jlrlttamc, irom new York, has arrived at Queenstown. On February 9 she sighted the British steamer Victoria with the crew of the abandoned Florida on board. Gen. 8c h hit a who saw service la fourteen campaigns, died at Paris re cently. He was 75 years old and was chief of staff under Gen. Trochu during the siege of Paris. The French steamer St Andre, which arrived at Antwerp from Havre on the 4th, reports that when oft Fecamp she collided with and sank the Danish brig Thor. AU the crew of the Thor were drowned with the etnrf a OJ wno was ptCKea up vj wdu The will of the late tl.jrdinal Wan ning shows that he posscl id less than 100 at the time ofhlsdlh. He had disposed of all his incomejii; oharlty. A judicial Inquiry reotiauy neio. ai Nensats, a town of Hunfcary, has re sulted In the Indictment' of three old women for the murder of ten peasant It Is charged that the crimes were In stigated by the wives of the victims. The Inquiry also revealed the existence of a class of professional poisoners Uv ing In villages of southern Hungary. LATER Frai on the 7th destroyed every build ing but one of the Hangh-Ketchum iron works at JIaughvllle, Ind., together with a large amount of manufactured product Loss 8120,000', insurance $30,' 000. Skchetabt BlaINU has written a let ter to Hon. J. H. Clarkson, chairman of the republican national committee, in which be says he is not a candidate for the presidency and that his name will not be presented to the national con vention at Minneapolis. The Nebraska gubernatorial muddle is at an end. After a long consultation with his legal advisers, Gov. Thayer has decided to turn the office over to Gov. Boyd. A number of the certificate holders at Boston of the Knights and Ladies of Protection have applied for a receiver. The officers are sold to have misap plied the assessments levied for sick benefits. An order was Issued by Postmaster General Wanamaker on the 6th, thl effect of which will be to give money order facilities to all small offices where the compensation of postmasters reaches S300 per annum. By April t 1,500 of these offices will be established throughout the country and 8,600 more by July L Thk moat disastrous fire in the hls- tnrv nf l.arned. Kan., occurred on the 7th. wains' out nearlv 8125,000 worth of property and laying in ashes one of the best business blocks in the city. Stephen D'Ayala, the Cuban who has been on trial at Scranton, Pa., for the murder of his wife, was on the 6th found guilty of murder In the secona dea-ree. Tnc Greek steamer Emblrlcus was wrecked on the 6th off the SoiUy islands, nn the coast of Ens-land. Fifteen of the steamer's crew were landed in safe ty, bnt the captain and nine of the crew were drowned. Tub Uotel Boyal at New Vork City, was burned to the ground on the 7th and a large number of people wen burned to death, many suffocated by smoke and others crushed to death in the ruins. There were 120 guests in tht house at the time the fire broke out There were also some flfty-flvs em ployes of the house. It Is thought that thirty people perished. ffHERl was a snail attendance la the boas On the Ah, the day belnf set apart for the deilv. erv of euloains of the late Hon. war. XjM,oI Virginia. Remarks of respect were mads bf Messrs. Edmonds, Tucker, O'Farreii, wise, Eermann, Washington, Herbert, Wilson, Cum. mlnfrs, Elliott and Breokenrldie. The oanal resolutions were thea adopted sod the house ad- iDurned. EV PPT THE INTRUDER. V -t M-i .Li 'em... Alaaa.a I j ni-nn. agaid by. the innumerable' microbes, germs, etc., which fill the air we breathe and the water we drink, there can be no qflestion. These microbes attack the human body and breed poison in many shapes. Recent experiments read before the congress of Burgeons at Berlin leave no doubt that the way to clear the system of these germs is to force them out through the pores of the skin. B. 6. 8. does this in the most efficient way. It cleans them out entirely and the poison as well. - V, z, jNelson, a prominent, ana weauny citizen of Fremont, Neb., suffered for van with scrofula, and it continued to . . . . i, . . grow worse in spite oi su ireRuiieui. Finally, four bottles of Swill's Specific cured him. He writes : "Words are inade quate to express my gratitude and favora ble opinion or Swift's Specific." Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free. The 8wift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. THO Seoret of Success. E. W. Adams, druggist, believes that the secret of success Is perseverance. Therefore he persists in keeping the finest line of perfumeries, toilet arti cles, cosmetics, drugs tnd chemicals, on the m&rkut. Heresoeciallv invites all nersona who have palpitation, short breath, weak or hungry spells, pain in side or shoulder, oppression, night mare, dry cough, smothering, dropsy or heart disease to try Dr. Mile's nnequal ed New Heart Cure, before It is too lato. It hss the largest sale of any similar remedy. Fine book of testi monials free. Dr. Miles Restorative Nervino Is unsurpassed for sleepless ness, headache, fits, etc., ana it con tains no opiates. 6 I was troubled with catarrh for seven years previous to commencing the use of Ely's Cream Balm. It has done for me what other so-called cures have failed to do cured me. The effect of the Balm seemed magical Clarence L. Huff, Bid- detord, Vie.. 7 ' Have vou tried South American Ner vinethe gem of the century f 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, druggist, Wellington. 2128 Children Enjoy. The pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothlnc effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and If the father or mother be costive or bilious the most grat ifying results follow its use, so that is the Deal iauiuy remedy Known, ana every n ily should hay a bottle (8 A Burglar Captured. This morning about two o'clock John Wood, the well known plumber, who re sides on Main street, was awakened by hearing class break. On getting outol bed he received a blow on the head. He immediately grappled with the burglar, anF alter a tern me straggle succeeneu in holding mm until bis wile oDtainea neip. On being searched at the station Mr. Wood's watch and wallet were lound on his person. He gave the name of Robert Terr v. The broken glass proved to be a bottle of Sulphur Bitters which had almost cured Mrs. Wood ot rheumatism. i.x change. (0 Harriet E. Hall, of Waynetown, Ind. says: "I owe my lite to the Great South American Nervine. I bsd been In bed months from the effects of an exhausted stomach, indigestion, nervous prostration and a general shattered condition of my whole system. Had giyen up all hopes of eettintr well. Had tried 8 doctors with no relief. The first bottle of the Nervine Tonic improved me so much that I was able to walk 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. Bl-20 Piles, sore eves, cracked lips, chapped hands and all skin eruptions, are cured bv Dr. t enners German &ye Salve, war- ranted to satisfy or money refunded. For sile by F. D. Felt, Wellington, and A. J. Uurreii,uuntiDgioo,u. sj-.o Alexander's army knew no defeat. The same is true of Dr. Fenner's Golden Re lief. It Is warranted to relieve toothache headache, neuralgia, or any other pain in 2 to 8 minutes. Also bruises, woonas, wire-cuts, swellings, bites, burns, summer somolalnts. colic, (also in noraes), diar rhoea, dysentery and flux. If satislsction not civen monev returned. For sale by F. D. Ffelt, Wellington, A. J. Burrell, Huntlngton.O. 23-20 Miles' Nerve & Liver Fills Act on a new principle regulating tho liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new utscovery. vr Miles' Pills sneedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa tion. Uneaualed for men. women children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses. 25 cents. Samples free stK W. Adams'. The President Dl ths bank of Waverlv. Iowa, says: Bui phur Bitters saved my file. For ten years I suffered irom catarrh and liver com plaint; I lost forty-five pounds and was rrowinff worse rapiuiy. i unu iubv an faith In medicine, but bearing your bitten so well recommended I gave them a trial. Six bottles cured me. emits v. uupi, Waverly, Iows (o Itch on human and horses' and all anl mala cured in UO minutes by Woolford'i Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Sold by E. W. Adams druggist. A Husband's Mistake. Husbands too often permit Ives and parents their 'children, to suffer fro ai headache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, fits, nervousness, when bv the use of Dr. Miles' Restora tlve Nervine rfuch serious results could easily be prevented. Drupglsts every where lav It elves universal satisfaction and has an immense sale. Woodworth A Co.. of Fort Wayne. Ind.: Snow & f!n.. nf Bvracuse. N. Y.: J C. Wolt, Hillsdale. Mich.: and hundreds of others say "It Is the greatest seller they ever knew." It contains no opiates, Trlal'bottles and book on Nervous dts cases free st E W. Adams'. 6 Por headaches, biliousness, constipi lion, dlulness, sleeplessness, the bluet, scrofula, ths blood and all skin eruptions, Dr. Fenner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonlo never falls. Warranted to satisfy or money refunded. Could this bs afforded if the Remedy wssnt cer tain t For sale by F. D. Felt, Well ington, O., A. J. Barrell, Huntington, Prof. Loisette's Memory System is Creating greater Interest than ever in all parts of the country, and persons wishing to Improve their memory should sensl for bis prospectus tree as advertised in an- othercolmun v Why isn't this a aood thins ? Dr. Fen- ner's Kidney and Bachache Cure is war ranted to give satisfaction In every case or money returned. Such a proposition couldn't bethought of ilthe medicine wasn't superior to all others. For sale by F; D. Felt. Wellington, A. J. Burrell, uunungion, 'J. After trvine msnv remedies for catarrh ddrine nest twelve vaars. I tried Elv's Cream Balm with complete success. Il is over one year since I stopped using it and have had no return ot catarrh. I recom mend It to all my friends. Milton T. Palm, Reading, Pa. 7 - I CANCER sad Tamnra CtntED! BO kalfe' beak free. Dn.OaiTisxv A Noasii Xo. 1U Elm (treel, Ulnolnjiau, u. PEAR ft nil Misrt eturitry nk'e INVIMULK TUIuIaJ IaI CVSHINS. Whilom hoard. Cook SalkMSr,Irt. Writ-akMk-tn-atasa. i parker's "mV hair balsam jS-al OlMMM sud bMutinef Uu halt. v Promutot s huurUnl in-owth. ,i , 'ivTy-S J Mvr Talis to Bettor Qrj 'AltV. Hlr to 1U Youthful Color. 2fMy '-Si Cum lp a hir tailing. Wak LunsLltabUuv, Inciiitntioa, ftin, Taki in liiM.HM. HINDERCORNS. Ths oniv imams psw Stupt (Hutm. Uo. at DmwiiU, or UlBCOJt A to, Ji. V. BOILING WATlR OR V.. E5 iwy ,'jr-v .ire,. 3 GRATErUL- CV.FCRT1NG, I A I isA 1 M LABELLED 1-2 L8. TINS ONLY. How Lost I How Regained! Ml tor. KTO THYSELF. Or PELF-PHFSKKVATTON. A new and only Gold Medal PKXZH KHHAY on HKKVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY. KKKOKH of YOUTH, EXTTAU8TKD VITALITY, PRE MATUKK PF.CMNE, and all DI8EAHKS and WEAKNESSES of MAN 100 pages, clots, cilt- lw inTslubla nraacriDUona. Onlv Sl.ui D7 man, ooudw sesieo. vvacnpuw froepect- of the Press and volunla7 -Khl I SfW testimonials of ths cured. I 1 1 US. I NUWt ds witu anaortemenis crun Consul lation In person or hy Mill. Kxpert treat ment. 1NVIOLAHLK bmbmy ana vt.il- be Peabod v Medical Institute, No. 4 Dulliuoh St., mmoa, aua The Peabodv Medical Institute bas many lrol- tatnre. but no oanal. Iltrald, The Bslenee of Life, or Belt Preservation, Is a treaanra more va nimie tnsn sold, ncaa u now. erervWKAKand NERVOUS man, and leiwnlu DS BTKUMU . JjeauMl uttitic. (i-opy riKUvcu. MA a t k KNI!4 " glveslnfitnns roller ami is an iniuiiinie fare for Piles. Price SI. Ilr IlrufrpTistaormfiil. SfimriU-a free. AMmw"A S A K tsls," box 241U, Kuw xurk Uty. CONSUMPTION CUBED. An old nhrslclsn. retired from practice, hsvlni bad piscea in nn nana oj sn n.ssi inaia niepon ary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy foi me wpruj luu fjrruiBiicui vui. ipi vwunuuiptiuu. uroucnuie. isiarrn, Aimmi ana an inniai ana Lang Affection., also s poeltlve snd radical curt for Nervous Debllltv snd ail Nervous Complaints after havine tested Its wonderful curative oowert In thousands of esses, hss felt It his duly to mska It known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive snd sdeelrelorcllevcbumsneufferlng, I will send free of chsrge, tosll who desire It, this recipe, in Oermsn, French or English, with full di rections for preparing and nsing. Bent by mall bv addrcssiug with stamp, naming this psper. W. A. Notis.BSO Powers' Block, Rochester, N. T. R. HATHAWAY M. D. SPECIALTIES' I Rectaldlsesses snd disesses of theblsddersnd kidneys. Piles .ulceration of ths rectum, Omuls in ano,Hssnressndsllprevslllngdleses of ths rectum trested by sn improved system, without pain ordetention from business . Dlsessesofthebladderand kidney st rcstedonly Slterscsrefulsndpropersnslyslsorthearine. Offleeln CarpenMTlilock - ' Welllngton.O Grocery and Crockery store of BOVVLBY & HALL It again In full holiday sttlre. The variety of desirable, useful and Indispensable m Holiday Goods New on our shelves and counters Is toe Im mense to think of Itemizing a tenth part of them. Our As heretofore, leads everything In the market. Look at the vast heaps ot Select Candies, Suear Cured Hams and Bacon. Fresh Fruits From the belt growers on earth. Evaporated Apricots, Prunes, reacnes c, irom A. 11. Palmer A Bon's orchard In the garden spot of all California. The Freshest and Best OYSTERS. Direct from Chesapeake Bay. tke same Craot- ers you always nun at me grocery store that leads an otners in Welling ton, Don't fall to see our daiillngllneof Hanging Lamps, Flanked by another row of handsomely deoo- rated vase bamiia, ran alter ran ui fruit Plates, Bread Plates, Bread and Butter Plates, Gups and Haucera, Artei Dinner Coffees, All iBCbloaaadotkerflDe material. BOWLBY & HALL. 7 M Matt THE RELIABLE Fresh Boasted Cofiee Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronlo Sore Eves, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronlo Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch,' Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of oases have boon cured by it after all other treatment had failed. It is pat up in 25 and 60 cent boxes. For Sale by JT. p. felt. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS cured by ihe direct Inhalation nf Medicated Balaam Vupur. Keiid lor 40 nnge beok. tree. DKH. HATCH KIX,C'ATABnH.THMT ANII HtNU HPKCIALIKTS, 204 AltCAllE. CLEVELAND, O. nAjiv "Mv ri..lnm and the rumbling- 111 heud J'lel'led Mihh M. E. Hanmim, 120 Buclld Ave. promptly.' CONSUMPTION SURELY I'UJirV. Tn ths EniTon-Plpate inform your r;.f srs that I have a positive remedy Mi' tlif at-ov, named disease. Uy Its timely use tlionanrls o bopelese cases have been permanently cured. I shall be Rlad to send two bottles of my ri me dy purr to any of yourreaders who have am - sumption II nipy win soname tm-ir tJintsi and post office address. Respectfully, X. A. SLtHJUM. AI.I.-.. lol I -t..ivw Profa Loisette's DISCOVERY AND TRASMIBG METHOD thwnr. cortm-titor. infl lnnnitrtf 'hitLtinf i,as nrnssftSt tnmrtllirf" tnrtil. hill f he trait of hii UW,Mll t-i wincti i .f. i- uta 'iH'K.UU I. PM. Iistte'iArttf Ntr b'-wilms u im im in both HHnitm-lii-rt-f mmkn.B .1.1 : Hemorr Culture. Mis l,r,i-rtn(nt b!I'M I ..nimonAof MMHiiein fill nn-" ,. i,:-ri"iv, ...-.,- nklll Undied blt.'l"m li r, rrelmii.l-liw, fli-jnss th his Smtem Is . '"!' 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