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J . Il.fiMITII, Proprietor, WELLINGTON , OHIO. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters.' CONGRESSIONAL. The committee on poNtofllccs rerorted favor ably in the senate on tho 7th a bill extending the free delivery privileges now enjoyed by cities of lu.ODJ lnhuliiiuuiH or l0.uuo annual post office revenue to cities of Ifi.OiO people and 40,0110 revenue, Konntor Proctor reported a bill to amend the articles of war. the chief pro vision of which is th it a g nerol court-martial shall In future have, tho power to punish sum marily for contempt of Its authority such acta as would be puilsh:ihlo by the highest civil court of tho country and with like penalties. Consideration of tho pure food bill was resumed and a vote was taken on the amendment offered by Mr. Coke to 4trlUe out sections 7 and 8, im posing ponu'PfM for vlolutlou of the Jaw. On a call of the roll there were 111 veas and 16 nays. No quorum voting. Mr. l'ud lock yielded to a motion to adjourn. ....The debate In the house upon the order from, the com mittee on rule setting apart March 22, S3 and M for the consldi rut on of the llland silver bill was prefaced by a lively parliamentary con trove ray upon the ruling of the chulras to the priority of tlic order over the reading of the journal. Mr. Tracy moved to recommit the or der to the commute on rules, with Instructions to amend by changing the date for the consider ation of the Itlutid bill from March to Decem ber 12. The motion was defeated yens 71), nays 'Jftt. The question then recurred upon the adop tion of the report. Thcdelmte was participated In by Messrs Towneml,of Colorado; Williams, of Massachusetts; K'eed, Iloiitcllc. Tierce, of Tennessee, and llland. On a nnal vote upon the passage of the resolution reported by the com. mlttee on rules for tho consideration of the ail rer bill on March S. the resolution was adopted 189 to Hi. The invalid pension bill wait then called up and passed aud t.rt- house adjourned. IN tho senate on the Hth .Mr Squire presented a petition from the clumber of commerce of Port Townsend, Wash., setting forth that the pr sent condition of the ileritig sea fisheries question worked greut htrdshlp to American Nslnrmca and j raying thai the Usherles ol those sea he thrown oix'n. .Senator Squire asked that it be referred to tho rommlttno on forelifn relations. It was u ordered. The sen ate then took up bills ou ho culendar. Among those passed were: To erect public buildings at Spokane. Wash., at a cost of ISOU.OOO; Rntse City, Idaho, (-Ul.noi); appropriating S.7ft,uu0 f t!io ('instruction of two. l.nlted state revenue cutters for serv ice on Lake Ml, hlgan, Superior and Onta rio; to prohlhlt the sale of firearms and ammu nition to Indians on the reservations. Consid eration of the pure food bill was resumed and after some debute the senate went into execu tive session, leaving the pure food bill still un finished. The death of Congressman Kendall was announced and the senate apininted th customary commlttco to take action on nil doath, and adjourned In the house on mo tion of Mr. Creary, of Kentucky, who announced the death of his colleague. John W. Kendall, the house adjourned In respect to the memory of It late member, after the speaker had announced committee to accompany Mr. Kendall remain to Kentucky. Ill the senate on the 9th Mr. Hale reported hill to Increase tho navy. Mr. Morgun Intro 4luced a bill to enforce the provisions of there vised statutes In regard to the treaty of 1871 with Ureat llrllaln. It provides that all lawi exempting from duty any articles not on the free list when the same are entered in the run torn house of the United State for transit U Canada are hereby declared Inoperative. Re ferred to the committee on foreign relations. Mr. Morgan also reported a resolution author hung the committee on foreign relations to take teatlmouy In eases where claim I made by cltlten of the I'nlled States against a foreign government. The pure food bfll was taken u and passed. .... In the house after some unim portant business had been done the house went Into commit tee of the whole on the free wool bill. Mr. McMUlIn opened the tariff debate. He becan by saying that the last congress Imposed the highest tax ever levied in this country and made the most extravagant appropriations ever i made In time of peace. The pres. nt congress would correct thi evil. Whru Mr. McMIIIln concluded and pending further remurk by Mr. Dtngley the committee rose and the house ad journed. MB. Moruak" resolution Instructing the committee on Judiciary to report the legal prop ositions Involved In the Idaho contest was adopted In the senate on th luih. The agricul tural deficiency bill, appropriating IIM.UO for the bureau of animal industry, was passed. The bill also carries ItO.nn for experiments in sugar culture. A bill was passed to collect and ar range all the records of the American revolution and the war of isitnow scattered through the different department and to plam them under the sole etstody of the war department After passing twenty-one relief and bridge bills, the senste took up the bill to construct a gov eraigrat building for a post office In every town with a postal revenue of W.uto per annum the cost of no building to exceed rJO.UKI, and appropriating fhtn.ftll 1 1 be expended under the provisions of the bill during the coming year. Without final action on the hill the senate went Into executive session aud then adjourned. ..In 'the house the naval appropriation bill wa re ported and referrod to the committee of the whole. The following bills were passed: Pro viding for the taking of depositions In criminal case: a resolution authorising the loan of en Ign and flags to decorate the streets of Wash ington during the 11. A. II encampment In Sep tember, lv.'; to grant enlisted mm In the army eartlflcales of merit for distinguished service The nous" then wont Into committee of the whole on the free wool bill. Mr. Dingley, of Maine, resumed the flxr. He was followed by Messrs. Turner and Heed and the house ad journed. In the senate on the llth Senator Stewart of fered a Joint resolution provldlm; lor a constitu tional amendment that no person who has held theofflcr of pri'.lilt-iilof the 1'nltcd Mutes torn term of four years or any pirt th- reof shall he eligible to that oft.ee within four years after the expiration of that time. th;a nmenOrnrni to take effect afur Manh I. I "iff. lt-f. rr'd to the com mittee on civil service reform .Mr Dolph spoke on the Mch'lnl' y t-!.T t'i.- b-neoui It had conferred ou the ig.-l.- It .rl Inter est, hi remarks being n r.r.sar to the recent speech of Mr. Pefl-r. lit ii.p ed the floor until to clock, when Mr Vest t Ml; to con struct a post office build !n laer. ry v.sa where UM postal receipts ranged from n.' HOW a year wa uken up nd amer.-!!. Th- urgent deficiency Mil was adopted with snw-ndmenu lncreaalng the total amount auout .". Con sideration of the post office bu.iilni,- Mil was re sumed and continued until ad.ournni' nt.....In the house the discussion of the tariff as con tinued and lower duties were advocated by Meaarfc. Steven, of Massaehu-lt: Montgom ery, of Kentucky: Hpk-hire. of Indiana, and Ceombs, of New York. Mr. Kay, of New York, euloglted the republican party and the McKln ley law, and during hi address had a lively war of word with Mr. Meredith, of Virginia. DOMESTIC. Pbinck John Zoiiikski, a grandson 1 ot the king of Poland, was arrested on the 10th at Mount Kisco, N. Y., with a fborse and wagon which he had stolen. Thi Hell telephone directors have 'voted to issue $J, 5O0.000 new stock, on bare at par to each holderof six shares, Xjfr.cTlocs cerebral meningitis hsa 4ajssd five death within a few days in IJks vicinity of Laurel Hill, N. Y. Thres t the deaths were In one family. ' Fdis on the Cth destroyed the Duncan ifllM factory, known as factory "D" of iht United Ulass Company, at Pitts targh. Loss $150,000; Insurance $1S4, A00. Two hundred men art thrown out f employment Oeoror Ooi.dkn', ojtred "5. shot and killed himself at Sun Diej;o, Cul., on the 10th. as a result of tho failure of tho California Nnt ional banlf. lie left a note saying ho had heen induced to nut all his money m tho California National itanlc, and had deposited over 513.0110 tne day before the bank failed. The March report of distribution of wheat and corn by the department of agriculture, makes the stock of wheat in trrowers' hands 170,000,000 bushels- 28 per cent of tho crop 1 This is the largest resorve oyer reported. At San Francisco, on the 10th, Mrs. Sarah Althea Terry was adjudged la- sane and committed to the btoekton In sane asylum. -. . - A decision of unusual importance. from the fact Of Uvbeiuff the Drat one of the kind in the country, was . handed down by tho supreme court at, Pierre, 8. D., on the 10th. It was i the case gf South Dakota vs. 'the First National bank of Clark's, S. D., indicted for tak inff illegal interest, The court holds that the national character of a bank does not protect it from the laws of the country in the matter of usury. Suits for damages' ag rregatinrr S3S0,- 000' were filed in the L'uited States cir cuit court ut New Orleans on the 10th by the families of the Italians who, on March 14. 1S!)I, were lynched by a large crowd of citizens. The petition askr $30,000 for each of the eleven men killed. Pimpa rriiKs from various points in the northwest indicate tnat tho damareto winter wheat on account of the recent cold snap is general Serious injury to tho Michigan fruit crop is also feared. , Two Dig Four freight truins collided on the loth near lltookfield, Ind. It was a rear end collision, the first train stopping unaccountably. Conductor Mo Gill and Brakeinan Meyers, who were in the caboose of the first train, were iustantly killed Considerable loss, of property resulted. " . , An important decision was rendered in the circuit court at Illoomittgton, I1L, on the 10th, which has a bearing upon the business of all insurance associa tions. It was rendered in the case of Mra Maggie lielchum, widow of Thomas Uclcham, of liloomington, vs. tho Grand Lodge of the Ancient Order of United Workmen. Mrs. Iiclcham's huBband carried a life policy for $2,000 In this order for twelve years, but was expelled from the order a few month before bis death for drunkenness. The claim was made by Mrs, lieleham that when he was expelled her husband was insane. The verdict rendered gives Mrs. Belcham a judgment for 93,11ft. Thk treasury department has sent to congress a statement regarding the is sue and redemption of gold and silver certificates, etc. It shows that the gold certificates issued from July 1, 1877, to January 1, 1803, amounted to $500,089, $00, and the amount redeemed to $445, 088,541. The issue of silver certificates from May 0, 1878, to January 1, 1892, aggregated $080,708,000. and the amount redeemed $'IM,31I,08i The ' paper money outstanding - July 1, 1880, amounted to $021,431,104; the amount outstanding January 1. 1893. $l,09A,5ia. In the New York assembly the com mittee on code has agreed to report favorably the bill of Assemblyman Stein, amending the capital punishment tot of the state, lue bill does away with the electrocul chair and substi tutes hanging. Thk worst blizzard known In central New York since the great storm of March, 18S8, prevailed on the llth, par alyzing railroad traffic and causing great loss on every hand. A number of trains were abandoned on the New York Central and West Shore roads. Tflx New Jersey senate on the llth passed the bill legalizing the Reading railroad combination. The bill was op posed by the I'ennsylvsnia railroad peo ple, and many charges of "boodllng" on both sides are afloat The bill passed the house and now goes to Gov. Abbett and he will sign it Tax general executive board of the International Association of Machinists on the llth indorsed the strike of the machinists in the employ of the Penn sylvania railroad at Indianapolis and $35,000 was appropriated for their use. It is expected that this will result in calling out ' every blacksmith, boiler maker and machinist In the employ of the Pennsylvania company from Al tooua to Chicago. , IL II. liil.r., of the firm of Hill A, Swartz, underwriters, of Williamsport, j Pa., is missing and a shortage of $3,000 j is reported in his accounts lie was also receiving agent for the United lircthren Mutual Aid Society and his accounts show a shortage of $1,000. Busi.nkh failures occurring through out the country during the weok ended March 11 ntunW for tho United States 330 and for Cunada 2(1. a total of 250, as compared with 240 tho previous week and 273 for tho corresponding week of last year. Tnr. Ohio Iloncficial society, a short term endowment order with headquar ters at Cleveland, ()., made an assign ment on tho llth. The liabilities are stated to be from $50,000 to $00,000, with assets considerably less, than half that sum. A riKK at Cleveland, O., on the llth destroyed the Col well & Collins Norway Bolt Company's works on tiirard street, entailing a loss of $100,000; partially insured. Tub cotton and woolen mill of John Oreaves & lira, at Philadelphia, was damaged by fire to the extent of $75,000 on the llth. Thk secretary of state has received a telegram from the chargo d'affaires ad interim nt Ilerlin announcing tho par- do" of Mr John Treuor- ' Doadwood, 0. v., wnu was receuuy lmpnsonea in Germany for an alleged violation of .the military laws of that country. The condition of Express Messenger Mclnerncy, the victim of the recent train robbery near Lyons, N, Y., is said to be critical, and the probabilities are against his recovery. PERSONAL t HO POLITICAL. It has been decided by the leading democrats of Kansas not to put a pres idential electoral ticket in the field and to support the people's party electoral ticket A fusion will also be effected on state ofilces and congreman-at-large. The democrat will have two out of tho seven congressmen. 'na oomblnatio 1 will extend down to the legislative, and county offices. Joittf V. ,Vl.N8l,ow, a lending ilron manufacturer, died at PoujfhkeepBie, N. Y., an the 10th. lie built tho iron clad Monitor at his works In Troy.'and with Ernsttts Corning and John A. Oris wold, introduced Ilessemer steel into tho United States. Thk democratic state and congres sional committee of Vermont has de cided to bold the stat and - conventions atMontpelier, May 5. ' ' ' ' Thk Indiana republican convention to select delegates to the national con-. rentlon at Minneapolis met at Indian'' spoils on the 10th and after an exoiting session instructed tho - delegates to sup port President Harrison for 'a seoond term. ' k -'- . 1 - . A dispatch from Rome states that Archbishop Ireland, of St Paul, Minn., is to be made the second cardinal of the United States and that he will be In rested with his office during this month. 1 CosotiKesjiAN Holmav, of Indiana, is a candidate for the presidential nomi nation and his friends are at work try ing to secure for him the support of tho Indiana delegation. Zl At a conference ia Indianapolis. Ind., of the leaders of the prohibitionist and and people's party. It was decided to unite in placing state, congressional, legislative and county tickots iu the field in Indiana. The two parties claim they will poll united 10,),0M votes in the state. Hon.' Hknry WattehsoiC in an authorized interview nt Chicago on the llth, virtually called upon Mr. Cleve land to withdraw from the struggle for the presidential nomination. He said the nomination of the ex-presldent would be suicidal for the democratic party. Mr. Watterson thinks Hill has dug his own political grave In New York state, and regards the conflict there as practically irreconcilable. The Louisville editor favors tho nomination of a western man. .. i , FOREIGN. , Advices from Egypt are to the effect that the new khedive ' intends to begin his reign in a brilliant way by recover- ering the Soudanese empire which was lost to Egypt by the rebellion of the Mahdl and the fall of Khartoum. A dispatch from St Louis, Senegal, states that the French forces under command of CoL Humbert have had another engagement with the noted Emir. Samory and have Carried Kon kouro in Senegal by assault ' Many of the natives were killed. Samory made his escape from the French. A CABi.KORAM from La Pax, Bolivia, states that an Indian outbreak occurred in that district a few days ago and gov ernment troops were sent to quell it A battle was fought resulting in the com' plete root of ttie Indians with a loss of 1,000 men. Thirty of the government troops were killed or wounded. Mbs. Florekcb Ethkl Osbornk was sentenced in the criminal court at Lon don on the 9th to nine months' impris onment at hard labor for perjury and larceny in connection with the theft of jewels from ber cousin, Mrs. Hare-raves. Thk German steamer Messina, from London for Marseilles, was wrecked recently off the Sicilly islands and only one of her crew of twenty-six -furT es caped. Bran explosion of firedamp in the Anderliues mine, near Charlerol, Bel gium, on the llth, about 150 miners were killed and a large number badly wounaeq. Edwahii P. Dkaco, who was under arrest for shooting and killing Abellle, his wife's paramour, at Cannes, France, has been released on 10,000 francs ball LATEIt, Fine at Jersey City on the 13th,' on the pier ot the Erie railway destroyed 100 car loads of bay, the steamer Eliza beth and several canal boats . Total loss $200,000. Thk Grand Duke Ludwig IV. died at Darmstadt Hesse, on the 13th. lie was born in 1837. Thk Anderlues, Belgium, culamlty in creases in horror. Not less than 240 miners have perished. Including a large number of women, of whom there were many employed in the mine. ONK-HAl.r of the south side of the public squsre at Bedford, Ind., was de stroyed by fire on tho 13th. Eleven bus iness houses snd two residences were consumed be fort the fire was got under control. All but two were frame build ings. All the city records were de stroyed. Thk prospect is fuirly good for a gen eral strike among the wage earners ol Chicago this spring. Agitation has al ready begun and a feeling of restless ness is apparent among the workers in every trade. 1 At Yazoo City, Miss, on the 12th two Italians, J. Missigla and his 17-year-old son, were murdered. K hatchet was the weapon used. No clew to the mur derers has bsen found. .' John T. Bright, of Taney county. Ma, shot and instantly killed his wife on the 12th while she wss returning from a spring with a bucket of water. Bright was captured and lynched soon afterward. Gkorok Hi:iki.i third 'bishop of the Protestant Episcopal church of Ohio, died on the llth in New York City. Bishop Bedeil was burn in Hudson, N. Y., in 1817. A mo combination of Chicago brew eries was incorporated at Springfield, I1L, on the 12th. The corporation will be known as the Chicago Brewing and Malting Company, with a capital stock of $20,000,000. The new company is a combination of all , the breweries of Chicago not controlled by the English syndicate. They are twenty-eight in number. An explosion occurred on the 12th in Revenue tunnel, eight miles frm Ouray, CoL, by which two men were instantly killed and two injured, one fatally. A motion In the house on the ISUt'brMr. Coomb, of New York, to correct the Journal, which dated that he had been arrested br th Berffesnt-at-arni and hrouxht before th bar of tb bouse, was lost. The speaker appointed as conferee on the unrrnov detldency bill (for publlo printing) Messrs. Savers, Holman and Dlnjrlev. The house then proceeded with btuuV Bra on the private calendar and paased two private bill. Eulngie were delivered upon th late John B. Gamble, of Houth Dakota, and the house adjourned. Sleep on Left Side . Many persons are unable to sleep on their left side. The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians.- Metropol itan papers speak with great Interest ot Dr, Franklyn Miles, tho eminent Indi ana specialist In nervous and httnrtdl enseg, who has proven that this habit rises from a diseased heart. lie hits examined and kept on record thousands of cases. His new heart cure, a won derful remedy, Is sold by E. W. Adams. Thousands testify to lis value its a cure fir heart diseases.' Mrs. Chas. Henoy', Loveland, Colo., sava its effects on her were marvelous.. Elegant book on heaft disease free. " v.'-wn '. j I feet Ti my duly to sny a few words in regitrd to Elys's Cream Balm aud I do so eutirely without iHicltHtion.. I Lave used It more or less half a yeir nd nave fonnd It to be most admirable. ' 1 have suffered Irom catarrh ot the worst kind ever since I whs a little boy and I never hoped I or cure, hut Cream Balm seems to do even that. Many of my acquaintances hnt'e used it with excellent results. Oscar Os I rum, 45 Warren sve., Chicago, 111. 11 A Mute Recovers Speech. Alphonce IIetnplilli of Summit township. Butler Co.. l-'unn,, tmnle an iiitldxvlt lliHt his twelvo-yesr-old sou. who had had Hi. Vims dunce for twelve yeiirs, Inst hi spee h, wh eomplete.'y cured titter lining' three bottle' .i f Dr. Mile.-' ltetorative Nervine and nl-n re covered his speech. Thousands fertlly to v. onderfui cures from It for nervim disease?, dyspep-ls, nervous l. inll'y, itiluesg, confusion of mind, heiKluche, etc. Four doses of this Nervine cured Mr. W. E. Burns, South Mend, Ind., who IihiI been suUering with cunstitn I headache for three months. Trial hot tie ami elegint bonk free ut K. W. Adrtuis. . , , . Catarrh in New F.rtRlund. Elj'i Cream Daltn gives sstislaeilon to everyone usln It for catarrhal troublps. 0. K. Mellow, Druggist, Worcester. 11 ass. I believe Ely's Cream Ualm is the beet srlicle for catarrh ever olfcred the piilille. lluib & Co,, Druggists, Woicester, Muss An article of real merit. C. P. Alden, urugtitst, rspringtleid, Alass. Those who use it speak highly of ii. 0 A. Hill. Drugk-iot, Sprlnulleld. Muss. Cream Bsltu has eiveu satlsfsctorv re sults. w. r. uroper, uruggist, Bpnng. neia, Jiuss. - ; 11 . Gratifying to All. 1 be high position attained and sud the universal acceptance and approved of the pleasant liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs, as the mostexcnllent laxative kuowo, illustrate me vaiue 01 tne qualities on wnicu its success it ussea ana are abund antly gratifying to iLe California FlgSvr up company. . . 13 " Haye you tried South American Ner vine the gem of the century f The jtrta' cure ior indigestion, uyspepsia and Her vousniss. Warranted the most wonderful Stomach and Nerve. Cure ever known Trial bottles IS cents. Sold by E. W Adums, druggist, Wellington. 2120 Harriet E. Hall, of Waynetown, Ind., ays: "I owe my llletotbe Great South American Nervine. I had been in bed 5 months from the effects of an exhausted stomach, indigestion, nervous prostrstiuu and a geaeral shattered condition of toy whole system. Bad glyen up all hopes ot getting well. , Had tried 8 doctors with no reJiif. The first bottle of the Nervine Tonic improved me to much that I was able to walk about, and a few bottles cured me entirely. I belleye it the best medicine In the world. -1 cannot lecom mend it too highly." Trial bottles 10c. Sold bv E. W. Adams, Wellington. 2120 Piles, sure eyes, cracked lips, chspped hsnslt and til tkin eruptions, are cured by Dr. Fenner't German Eye 8alve. War ranted to taiisfv or money refunded For tile by F. D. Felt, Wellington, and A. J. uurren, Huntington, U. 23-20-Alexander's army knew no driest Tbe tame Is true of Dr. Fenner'a Golden Re lief. It it wsrrtnted to relieve toolbaclie, headache, neuralgia, or any other psin In 2 to 8 minutes. Also bruises, wounds, wire-cuts, swellings, bites, burns, summer complaints, colic, (also In horses), diar rhoea, dysentery and flux. If satisfaction not given money returned. For sale by F. D. Felt, Wellington, A. .1. Burreli, Huntington. O. 23-20 Miles' Nerve & Liver Fills Actons new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' nils speedily cure biliousness, bid taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa tion. Unefiusled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 dosci, 25 cents. Samples free at E. W.Adams'. ,11 For headaches, biliousness, constipa tion, dizziness, sleeplessness, the blues, scrofula, the blood and all skin eruptions, Dr. f enner't Wood and Liver Kemedy snd Nerve Tonic never fails. Warrtnled to satisfy or money refunded. Could this be afforded If the Kemedy wasn't cer tain? For tale by F. D. Felt, Well ington, O., A. J. Burreli, Huntington, 0. ' 25-20 Prol. Loisette't Memory System it Creating greater Interest than ever In all parts or tbe country, ana persons wishing to Improve their memory should tend tor his prospectus lree as advertised In sn. othercolmun Wbv isn't this a sood thing? Dr. Fan ner's Kidney snd llacbacbe Cure is wsr ranted to give satisfaction in every case or money returned. Such a proposition couldn't be thought oft 11 the medicine wasn't superior to all others. For ssle by F. D. Felt. Wellington. A. J. Burreli, Iluntington, 0. 28-20 Itch on buman snd horses and all ani mals cured la 80 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Sold by E. W. Adams druggist. My Head was Fairly Rotten. . Aud how much I suffered it Is hard to describe. That loathsome disease, ca tarrh, caused the above, and the doctors said they could not relieve me. 1 paid hundreds 01 dollars, ior wnicn 1 receives, no benefit. I got more good from two bottles of Sulnher Bitters than from all the money I paid to doctors. I shall con tinue the Sulpher Bitters as I have great faith that they will cure me. S. M. Dsy, 41 Hanover St., Boston. - 12 PT A Wfl 1T5 OrBin $4. Wantsu'ts. Cittsl'g f 141 UW Free. Address Dan'l i lieutty. Wash lnuton, N.J. and Tumors crrtEO- no knife book fres. Dn.ORATIONT A NoRKli No. 1(3 Klmitreet, Oinolnnstl, O. fs,ilai r CUSHIONS. Whbner, heird. CoSI torlabl. r.ufwMfalwbmalLJitn.iKllMfkll. HoMby r. HiarnX. MU, M Br-4v. rtu WrIU br tk ! prHtt M PARKER'S 1 HAIR BALSAM Cletnwi fttul beaut itlci the hair. Promote ft luxuriant growth. Mover Fftila to Beit or o Gray Hair to 1U Youthful Color. Curt walp dltrawi It hair falling. gOo,andl.iUrt DrutrgiHi 1 Parker's Oinuor Totito. it cuii;, the vorit Couli, Wrak I.unfl, Ih-hillly, Itvtlgutlon, Flln,T.k. Intlint.SOi HINDERCORNS. Tin onemre aire for Comt. ktoi sUjisia. to. st Daiiuiliu, or UISCOX CO., H. V. CONSUMPTION. 1 h.va a poalUr ram Mir 'or to sbora disuse ; br It in thousands of osms of th worst kind and of long ftandlnf lisv bean osrad. Indeed so strong is mr'sita In u tdloacr, that I will send two bottle's ntn,with s VAI.UABLK TRRATIRRsn this disease to anrsuf. feror wbo will send n their Express and 1. O.addre. r. A. blocuui, JU.t'. 181 Tenxl Ht., N. Y. I CURE FITS ! When 1 ssr cure I do not mean mrelrtostnpt!m foratlra and then bare them return again, 1 me?n radical oure. I bare made the dlwua of FITS, KPI LISP8 V or FALLING SICK NE.S8 a lifo-long tturtr. I warrant mr rented to oure the worst oasos. Because other hare failed is no reason for not now reoeiring a on re. Send st onoe for a treatise and a Free ltottleof mr Infallible remedr. Olre Kiproas and Poat OlSoo, H. U. HOOT, M. C, 183 l'rarl 8c.t N. Y. BOILING WATER OR MILK 1 EPFS 5 s QrlATErUL-COMFORTING COO O-k LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY. ma How Lost ! t;ov7 Retrained! KNOW THYSELF. Or rlKLF-PnUMIOHVATIOX. Asrainilmlr Oold Modal FUlZU KSNAY oa NK.IVOVH anil PHV81CAL ii:iiilixv, l:Ull()KS ot YOUTH, KXrTAUMTDO VITAL1TV, I'RK. W at t' hi; 1)kmnk. end ci iMHnAsuu and WKAKNKNSlCSorXtAIS". t00ruu;es,ciotb, ilt; 1M Invaluable rrcscrpUons. uuly fi.u T mall, donbK scalul. LescrlptlTe l'rospout a with eodorsemoDts rarr crurt of the Prw tnd volun.a-v FRF K I ,..!' testimonial of tho cirml I 111.1.1 NOW, Consiiltatlon in person or by .nil. t sport treat ment. iNvioLAitLr: brxui.t v hi cliu TAIN CI'KK. Adil-. l.. w. IT. IVrker. or The Peabody Medical lostitutt, Ka. 4 CuUlnch fit., Boston, lias. Tb Psauody Vedical Inetltms baa mnny Iml. tator. but no equal. llrrutil. Tb Selena of Life, or Bt-lf Preservation, Is treasure more valuable than snld. It.s l H ihht trary WF.AK and NERVOUS) inaii, and k-ar, t, be 8TKONO - ilidicui Jlnit. (C'op rlfc-biid. ELY'S CEEAK SAU Cleanses rb Nasal Paa;e, Al lay 1'aln aad ; Iaflamraatlon. Heals the Sores .' Keitore the Ben of Tnjtr and Mmell. , Try the Cure. HAYFEVER A prtlcle la snulled Into each nostril snd Is asreeable. Prion Mi cent at Druimlsts; .by mall, rpirlHtorril.hu cents. KLX UlUITIIrJllM. M V. arren M .. V. FARMERS! If Ton knew, what I know. Ton will thrive. to either hold th 1'low or drive. lot partic ular address: H. H. DEWEESE, Th OUt Edgtd Formw. bsea box r. PIQUA. OHIO. GRAND PALACE HOTEL, MtolOtlllTICUUITUn, . . CHIC A(iO. - A mliMit from Conrt Hon Botn I'lmna. Weekly 93.00. - Transients, 50e np. Ladle' and Oent Turkish Baths 60 ot. POPULAR PRICKS. NEW HOUSC. Out this oat for future reference. B3D0 YOU WANT WORK IN CHICAGO, sss Cashier, Book-keeper, Salesman, baloalaily, Stenographer,, Clerk, or in any capacity In any branch of mercantile or profeaalonsl business f It will be to your dvtntsa to writ for essontlal Information re lating thereto, inclosing stamp for reply, to Keferenc Dept. MANHATTAN PUPCHSINQ CO., eum 120 chsmics) or counted chicaoo, ill. Jnyuirlii promptly ammerni. SAVE 1-2 YOUR MONEY ON EVERYTHING- YOU BCT. Write (or Our Mammoth Catalogue A 800 pugo llook, ConUtluIng Illustrations, snd giving lowest mao afacturor's prices on nil kinds of goods nntl sup- Ellen: Uroonrles, IIoueliolil OooiIh. Furniture, lotbiiig, ladies' und (.cnln' Clothing oml Fur nishing lioods, Dross Goods, White Goods, Dry Goods, Uutsand Cap. Hoots snd hhoes, Glove, Notions, Glkssware, ntallonenr, WnK hee, Jew elry. Clocks, Bilvorware, lluggle, Whip,Agrl oulturul lmplomeuta, to. , ONLY riIWT-CLArJ8 GOODS. CaUloguo soiit 00 receipt of Oo. for postage. Uood Agent wanted In ovory oonutyand city to Introduco our good. Llv men can make at? moch MI per n eek. A. KARPEN A. CO.. ii Blvw BtrMt, CHICAGO, VU '7i us LB SI Catarrh mm $1200 PEl YEAR. W pay the nboro cnlnry to any live agent or sale man Mlllng oar general Una of Merchaa Sle and Snpplie. i'artlcolar and Catalofae on raoalpt of X& cent lor postage. A. KABPE& k 00, BJwt St., Chicago, 111, R. HATHAWAY M. D. .. SPECIALTIES 1 KoctaHlscaBoe and disease of thoUladderand kidneys . Piles .ulceration of the rectum, fistula in ano.ussurcsandallprBvalllngdisesseB of tb rectum treated by an Improved system, without pain ordetentlou from business , Diecasesofthebladdcrandlcidneystrcatedonlf afterscarofulandpropetanalyeleoftheurlne. Offlceln CarpenterBlock - WalllngtonjO Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronio Sore Eyes, Tetter, SaJt Jlheum, Scald. Head, Old Chronio Soros, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairio Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. . It Is cooling and soothing. Hundreds of cases have been cured by it after all other treatment had (ailed, t Is put up in 25 and 60 oent boxes. ' 1 for Sule by F, Di Felt. ; COraCMl'TlO SCttEI.i U I.KII. To TH EoiTOIt-rii-H-a liifnrni yi'tir p-miV srslliat t ltuve a Husltlveietiirily r Hi- :i v named tllscu.se. llylts timely um- tliiiii-iiiln hopelcs: cases huve been iierniMiiiiiilv cmt-il I shall be Kliid to send tun lmttli-s nt mv n-in-dy rRKK to unv of yoiiiTi'iidfts wli,-n,nr e.'ii iiltniillon If tliey will M ini hi" t.i"ir e.in' and ptwt ollli-M iiilil'f.s l;i mi , f A. MMHMiM ' t . IkI 1 v ' Prof. Ldsetto's.' mi mmn In soils ot sd 'ltor t'-d 00 1 uii. the- tlv. .n, d pn-i i.' 11 r"iii- of 1 . i.t 1 . mi tli trrnwuest niliwpr-et'i l r tv ' !!' ,.,' tUom, and msinlii "o. . 1.' nm ot I.- tnnt 01 lii Ulh-r .lill 1 '1 " nv,t (-blwd miiierl'Tit) :,, 1 P. I Haelte'n ' ' - I 1 1 V-,rf hi lsth ll.11.- ' ' '" y-ni"ry;ullure. II - ' 'S oplnlonsot peonleli. ; 'I I ' ' aallr atmlied In. i . , - f.i ul.s that kw Krsn Is i-s ' ' I' i " "!' BftcrUHirOn: tliatmiK I..- .. .-.,.. '. i" 111C ?milnxi, i" (n-Miuri)ii riiia.u. Jr .r Pniui, 'ermaaiidTmtunMnlaU aitrtrMm ,. Prot. 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