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TOTS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. COHCRESSIONAl. Th Fifty-thlrd conRr of the United Stnteg wi opened on tbe 7th In extraordinary seaalon. In the eenato, ufier the new member were worn In. the death of th? late Senator Leland Stanford was announced and an a mark of re- pact the aenute adjourned..,. In the house after the usual formalities, 843 members responded to their names and proceeded to vote for speaker, the candidates being Crisp, Reed and Simpson, Crisp received 214 votes, Heed Ilii snd Simpson T. The members of the new bouse then took the oath of oftloo and the drawing for seat took place. The house then adjourned. In the senate on the 8th the oredentlal of George C. Perkins, successor to the late Sena tor Stanford, were presented and the oath of omoe was administered to the new senator. The message of the presldt nt was then read and or dered printed, after which Mr. Hill, of New York, Introduced a bill to repeal sections 1,1 and 4 of the Sherman act Two bills In the in terest of silver were Introduced by Mr. Btewart and all were referred to tbe committee on flnanoe....In the house, after listening to the reading of the message tbe Michigan election case, pending between Mesnrs. Ktobardson and helknap was taken up On a vote being taken Kicharusoa was declared entitled to the seat. Adjourned until tbe 10th. Thi senate on tbe 9th was In session only Twenty minutes and transacted no business. The house was not In session. Ob tbe 10th the senate was In session for twenty minutes and without transacting any business adjourned to the 14th. .... In the house the oommlttoe on rules was appointed, consist ing of the speaker, Messrs I otchlngs, Outh walte, Reed and Uurroughs. The house than sojourned until the 11th. Iifthehouso on the 11th -Mr. Wilson Intro duced the bill to repeal the purchasing clause of the Sherman act. Mr. Bland offered the confer ence agreement governing the debate. It limits debate to fourteen days, sessions continuing from II a. m. to 5 p. m., and with night session for debate If desired. The substitute bill of the free oolnnge caucus was then presented by Mr. Bland. The yeas and nays were called on the adoption of Mr. llland's rule for the order of procedure. The vote resulted: Yens 1117; nay 100. Mr. R.ivner then opened the debate In sup port of the Wilson repeal bill. He was followed Dy Mr. Brown, of Alabama. Mr. Bland then made an argument In support of the substitute bill "of -the free coinage caucus, at the conclu sion of which tho house adjourned.... The sen ate was not In session. DOMESTIC Oh the Otli heavy earthquake shocks were felt at San Francisco, San Diego and other cities in California. No dam age was reported. Thk Linden Steel Company, one of the lurgest manufacturing concerns at Pittsburgh, Pa., suspended operations on the Uth on account of the stringency of the times and Inability to make col lections. All the employes, about 800, were discharged. At Denver, CoL, on the night of the 8th A. L. Schoppe, a prominent drug gist, was shot through the head by it burglar who was trying to rob his store. Schoppe's wound is considered fatal. TnR national banks of New York City on tho Oth unanimously decided to Increase the rate on call loans of re cent date t Vi per cent per annum, and on those of long standing to 10 per cent. Alfred Packf.h, the man-eater, who ate five of his comrades in a mining camp some ten years ago, and who is now In prison at Denver, Col., under a cumulative sentence of forty years, is reported to have become insane and an investigation has been ordered. Bodkbt II. Coleman, a milliornlre Iron manufacturer of Lebanon, Pa., as signed on the Vth, with liabilities ap proximating 3,500,000, which sum ex ceeded the assets. Tn Wyandotte stoel ship yards, lo cated at Wyandotte, Mich., closed on the 10th, throwing S00 men out of em ployment Tub largest steamboat In the world was launched from the yards of the Delaware Kiver Iron Ship Building Company's yards at Chester, Pa., on the 10th. She is a sister ship to the Puri tan, of the Fall River line. The nw boat is 440 feet over all, or twenty feet longer than the Puritan. Tub August report of the department of agriculture shows that the condition of corn has declined a little over 0 per cent miring the past month, tho aver ago for the entire country being 87 against for the month of July. At Chicago, on tho 8th, Armour A Co. bought .".00,000 in gold in Ktiropa for Immediate importation. This Is said to be the first purchase of this kind ever made by a purely commercial house. 1 A riKAVV rain, insuring a full crop of corn, foil all over the eastern part of Kansas and western Missouri on the 10th. TnitKE employes of tho Marshall Lumber Company's planing mill at Marshall, Tex., were killed by an ex plosion on the Vth, and two others badly scalded. Nkab SpringBeld, O., on the 10th seven carpenters were working on the roof of a new Methodist church, the rafters of which broke louse. Five fell forty feet and two, Oliver Swager and Clarence Morrow, were fatally injured. At Great Itcnd, Pa., on the night of the 0th Assistant Yardmaster Flynn, of the Delaware, Laekavranna & Western railroad, was shot and fatally wounded by the town constable. Hoth parties were searching for a burglar and Flynn was mistaken for him. At New York City on the 11th 11,500, 000 was lent at 4 per cent for six months and the total transactions in this line for the day footed ,p fully (4,000,000. The clearing house commit tee issued 80,000 certificates, making the total to date t0,015,000. AT Philadelphia on the 10th special committees of the Green Glass llottle Manufacturers' association and the Green Glass llottle lllowers' associa tion met to arrange a schedule of wages. The manufacturers asked for general reduction of 15 per cent, but the bottle blowers declined to accept It Two large pouches of mail for Chi cago were stolen from a mail car at Springfield, 111., on the night of the 10th, taken to the edge of the city on the same train and completely rifled of their contents. They were extra large pouches and the loss will probably reach Into ths thousands. Trb Terre Elaate (Ind.) Car and Man ufacturing Company's immense plant In that city was partially destroyed by fire on the 10th. Loss 175,000; almost entirely covered by Imuran c. Fifty ear to be repaired were burned up, en tailing a loss of 114,000; partially la eured, .. Tm New York Central railway de elded on the Oth to discontinue four of its trains each way between New York City and Chicago... This action was taken because there have been too many trains In proportion to the travel between the two cities. Henrt Hall was hanged at Plke yllle, Ky., on the 11th, for the murder of his brother, He made a confession on the scaffolrj and completely - broke down. Fifty guards, armed with Win chesters, prevented any attempt at rescue. Ten thousand people wit nessed the execution. Near Youngstown, O., on the 11th, the Girard furnace, owned' by A. M. Byers, of Pittsburgh, exploded, badly injuring six employes John Lavan, Ted Dillon, William Niblock, Mike Fin, Anthony Shcrocco and George Damschaslon five of whom will die. The first Chinaman deported by tho Geary aot was shipped from San Fran cisco on the 10th, in accordance with the recen.decision of Judge Boss, of the SoutlfT" . district court BusiNKsTfailures during the week ended August 11th numbered for the United States 804 and In Canada 25, a total of 419, as compared with 489 the previous week and 160 for the same week last year. At Springfield, Mass., on the 10th the directors of the United States Whip Company voted to shut down all the factories In the whip syndicate until August 23. The shut-down was occa sioned by the Inability of the compa nies to dispose of their goods. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Charles G. Otis, of passenger eleva tor fame, died at his resideuce in Brook lyn, N. Y., on the 7th from the effects of a violent attack of gastritis. He was born In Troy, N. Y., in 183L Rear Admiral T. A. Jenkins died at Washington on the Oth, aged eighty-one years. Gov. Osborne, of Wyoming, has de cided not to appoint any one to the senatorship made vacant by the resig nation of A. C Beckwlth, until the senate shall have decided the question as to whether a senator appointed after the failure of the state legislature to elect is entitled to a seat William Boweb, one of the best known newspapermen in Boston, Mass., died at his home In that city on the Oth, aged 53. Thomas D. Mkssler, third vice presi dent of tho Pennsylvania Railroad Com pany, died on the 11th at Cresson Springs, Pa., aged 60 years. FOREIGN. Twentt-two of a party of twenty eight pleasure seekers, Including wo men and children, were drowned by the capsizing of a boat at Port Talbot In Glamorganshire, Wales, on the 7th. United States coin to the amount of 747,000 were withdrawn from the Bank of England on the 8th for ship ment to America. On the 8th Mr. Gladstone announced In the house of commons that the gov ernment intended to hold an autumn session of parliament and added that no adjournment would be had until the remaining stages of the home rule bill were passed and supply was voted. Latest statistics show that 496 oases of cholera and 186 deaths have occurred In European Bussta in one week. An official statement issued on the 10th by the sanitary council of Austria declares that the condition of the coun try with regard to cholera Is very pro- carious, much more serious than It was in 1893. The home office has sent a circular to government officials throughout tho conntry enjoining the strictest precautions. Near Oakland, 111., on the night of the lSth al a revival meeting, a young man uiiuu'd Alexander bscame engaged in a qnnrrcl with several of the local sw-nln over a girl, and In the fight that follon-nd Alexander used a knife. wounding three men, one of them fa tally. At Grand Rapids, Mich., on the 12th, Berkey & Gay, one of the most exten sire furniture manufacturing concerns in the world, cloned down their Im mense plant for three weeks. The Royal Furniture Company also sus pended operations. At Paterson,' N. J., on the 11th, Mrs. Schippammcr, aged 25 years, ended tho life of her 2-months-old babe by throw ing it into the Passaio river and then committed suicide by drowning. A CLouniil'RHT made havoc In the Eparies district in Hungary on the l.'lth. Fifty persons and many head of cattle were drowned, one hundred houses and several bridges were de molished and much of the harvested crops were destroyed. On the 12th as the mixed train on the Crested Butte branch was passing around a curve north of Gunnison, Col., the express car jumped the track, car rying a coach with It Express Mes senger John Cuthbert jumped among 1he rocks and was injured so badly that he died. Near Chillicothe, Ma, on the 12th Heth Haskins and Harry Creaston while cloaning out an old well on the fnrm of Dr. Calvin Whittucrc, were overcome by poisonous gases resulting from ex ploding dynamite in the well and died before assistance could be rendered them. At Elkhart, Ind., on the night of the 12th J. K. Mosher, a Toledo, O., steam boat captain, returning from tho world's fair, was assaulted by two tramps and beaten Into insensibility with a coupling pin. The robbers took all his clothing and a considerable sum of money. Rkv. 8. D. Roiikhts, a prominent Methodist divine, for many years pre siding elder of the Beatrice (Neb.) dis trict committed suicide at Crab Orchard, near Lincoln, on the 12th, by shooting himself. He was mentally unbalanced, the result of losing a for tune In unfortunate speculations. Tas stiver debate Is the house on ths ttih did not attract mach public latersst and there was hardly a quorum present during ths day. Mr. Wheeler, of Alabama, continued hi apaenh agauMl repeal and bs was followed by Messrs, Mora. Barter, Hendrls snd others, raprsMot M asSSj sides of the question. ...The sens Is lUMtfcMHa. OHIO STATE NEWS. Topics of Interest to Buokeyee at Borne and Abroad. A Gloomjr Outlook ' East Liverpool, Aug. 12. The twenty-nine potteries in this city have been slow to feel the effects of the stringen cy of the money market, but within the past few days most of them have begun to realize that they cannot longer keep In operation except at a loss and the tying up in stock of an amount of capi tal that they cannot well spare at the present time. In consequence it is probable that there will be a general shut down within the next -few weeks, throwing not. less lliasJI.OOlJ persons out of work. Kuowles, Taylor & Knowles, employing 700 men, have al ready closed down, and Goodwins, Cart wright Bros, arid others of the more ex tensive plants announce that they will close down indefinitely at once. . ' The entire Irondulajron and tin mills located on the Cleveland, & Pittsburgh railroad, fifteen miles west of this city, shut down Wednesday evening indefi nitely. Three hundred and fifty men are thus thrown out of work. The rea son assigned Is the present stagnation of the market " " 1 Five Men Fatally Injured. Yot'kortown, Ajg. 12. Yesterday forenoon' the Girard furnace, owned by A. M. Byers, of Pittsburgh,' exploded) badly Injuring six employes John Lavan, Ted Dillon, William Niblock, Mike Fin, Anthony Sherocco and George Damschaslon five of whom will die. The explosion was caused by gas collecting in the stack, and the bell dropping down prevented Its escaping. Tho force of the explosion tore down a portion of the stack, set fire to the stock house, and casting bouse, which were damaged. A number of employes were struck with flying bricks and molten iron and cinder and badly bruised and burned. The loss will probably reach 110,000. Killed Ills Sister's Lover. . Ironton, Aug. 13. Saturday night, at Pine Grove, near this city, George McDowell, aged 19 years, of Newcastle, was shpt and killed by Robert Brown ing, aged 75 years. The .young men were with a party returning from a festival at Pine Grove. McDowell was walking with his sweetheart, Brown ing's sister, and he, being slightly in toxicated, she reproved him for It Mo Dowell told her to mind her own busi ness, which remark was overheard by her brother, who turned, and without remark, shot McDowell through the left breast, producing a wound which caused his death In an honr. Browning sup-entered himself to the sheriff. Shot Ills BUter. Ironton, Aug. 13. Yesterday at La grange, small village two miles from this city, Thomas May, tbe eighteen-year-old son of David May, while hand ling an old revolver, shot and Instantly killed Hannah, his fourteen-year-old sister. The young man playfully snapped the revolver at her as she turned to run and the pistol was dis charged, sending a bullet through her heart, causing almost Instant death. The young man was erased with grief and remorse and made several attempts at suicide by drowning, but was pre vented by friends. He la temporarily insane and his parents are prostrated by the shock. 4 Standard Oil Company's Check Kefasedl Toledo, O., Aug. 14. For the first time since oil was discovered in the Ohio field, the checks Issued by the Standard Oil Company are not honored. It has been the custom of the Standard to pay by checks instead of cash on ac count of there being no banks In the small oil towns. A few of the checks Issued for July were accepted by the country merchants who turned them over to the banks. The latter refused to issue the currency on them. Some banks even refused to 'accept them for exchange at 8 per cent discount This will have a widespread effect upon the thousands of Standard oil employes la this section. Big Concern Shut Down. Marbii.lon, 0., Aug. 18. The large manufacturing concern of Russell tk Co. elosed Thursday night and the env ployes will be paid off to-day. The shut-down for the annual inventory came this year six weeks sooner titan In former years, and several hundred men are thus added to the number sus pended some time ago. The inventory will be taken so as to be completed by September 1, when the heads of de partments will be dismissed and the establishment will be shut down for a period not yet determined. Would-be Suicide Pumped Oat, Wellington, Aug. 12. An unknown man attempted suicide here Thursday by taking laudanum, lie said he lived in Bridgeport, Conn., and was a hatter. His pocket had been picked of 140 and a round trip ticket ne was on his way to the world's fair. He would not steal nor beg and he had no friends, so he gave up and wanted to die. Dr. Hath away pumped him out and now ha is sorry he tried to die. Citizens here will make np a purse and send him on his way rejoicing as soon as he Is fully re covered. Erie Railroad Shop Closed. Rent, Aug. 18. Superintendent Cha- pin to-day received orders to olose the Erie shops until further notice. Over two hundred men are Idle. Safe Cranked. Younostows, Aug. 13. Early this morning the safe In Peters' drug store was cracked and 1240 in silver and a microscope was stolen. The job must have been done by professionals as the police were in the vicinity all night and saw no strangers and heard no noise of any kind. J Met a Terrible Death, J Fostoria, Aug. 18. A tramp pslater named Charles James was ground) Ut Sieoea here last night by a Columbus, ocklng Valley k Toledo freight) oa which he was stealing a ride. A ticket of the Painters' Union of St Louis was brand la ma clothing. An agreeable Laxative and NERVE TONICl Bold by Druegists or sent by mail. 8S0..6O0 and $1.00 per package. Sample free. IT A tlrt .Tb Favorite WTBWWtll LaW 11 U for the Teeth and Urea tk, sua. (, Uuaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, upon this condition. If youareollllcteil with a cough, cold or any lung,' throat or chest trouble, end will use this remedy as directed, giving It a fair trlnl, and experience no benefit, yon may return the bottle and have your money refund ed. Wo could hoc make tills oiler did we not know that Dr . King's New Dis covery could be relied on. It never dis appoints. Trial bottles free at W. F. Near & Co'a drug ttore. , Large size 50c and $1.00. , ' 2 Dr. Carter's Kidney snd Buckscho Ten is s compound of valuable herbs Hint stimulate the kidneys to action, clearinc the passages between the kidneys and bladder, which become stopped ana cause settlings like brick dust, and If not re moved will lead to dropsy, diabetes or Brlcht's disease. It regulates the lour important organs of the body, the stomach liver, kidneys and bowels. Keep them healthy you never need fear disease. Price 40 eta. S package. Sold by all drug gists. ; ; . 18tf ' A Leader. Since Its first Introduction, Electric Bitters hss gained rapidly In popular favor, until now It Is clearly in tho lead among pure medicinal tonics and alter atives containing nothing willed permltft Its use us a beverage or intnxicanr, It Is recognized as the best and purest medicine for all ailments of stomach, liver or kidneys. It will cure tick headache, Indigestion, constipa tion, and drive malaria from thesystem. Satisfaction guaranteed with each bot tle or tue money win oe retunaeu. Price only 50c per bottle. Sold by W. F. Near & Co. 8 Foi all forms of nasal catarrh where there is dryness of the air passages with what is commonly cslled "stutllng ut ', especially when going to bed, Ely's Cream Balm gives immediate relief, its benefit to me has been priceless. A. G. Case. M. D Mllwood, Kan. une ot my children nad a very bad dis charge from her nose. Two physiclnns prescribed, but without benefit. We tried Ely's Cream Balm and, much to our ur. prise, there was a marked Improvement. We continued using the balm and In a short time the discbarge was cured. O. A. Uary, corning, n. X. Kratices' Headache Cupsiilett. A remedy used with unvarying suc cess ss a cure for headaches ol all kinds. The results have been so universally good that it is no longer an experluieul. It lifts hull (ibaiI till ttr!li,h am .a.n III.. Irom dissipation, in periodical sick hesi cue, in headaches caused by severs labor (mental or physical) or by exposure to the sun, and in all cases with tbe most grati fying results. We have, niter tt thorough investigation, had no hesitancy In tuking the agency for this effective remedy snd can conscientiously recommend It to our patrons. Trntliful AdvertiHinjr. Why is Cubeb Cough Cure called tho "sixty second remedy r The following from Harry Elliott, vice-President of Btate Insurance company, Des Moines, Iowa, explains his first experience. A member of his lamlly recently became so hoarse from a severe cold that she could not speak sbove a whisper. Une dose uf ibe Cubeb Cojgh Cure afforded great re lict, and a few doses removed tbe hoarse ness entirely. lie also says his children have never been so Iree from coughs snd colds as they have been since he keeps Cubeb Cough Cure in the bouse. For all throat aud long troubles except consumption; although affording tempor ary relief for that dreadful disease. Every bottle warranted. Carter's Kidney and Backache Tea will cure that tick and tired leeling with a bad taste in the mouth mornings. Sold by all druggists. lHtf Carter's Kidney and Backache tea puri fies tbe blood and regulates the bowels. Sold by all druggists. Wtf Pro!. Lolsette's Memory System is Cresting greater interest than ever in all partsof the country, and persons wishing to Improve their memory should send tor his prospectus tree as advertised iosn. othercolmun Carter's Kidney sod Backache Tea is a sure and positive core tor backache and Inflammation of the kidneys and bladder. Sold by all druggists. lHtt Carter's Kidney and Backache Tea will cure sick hesdache,constlpatlon, dizziness pain In the back. Bold by all druggists. 18tf Bncklen's Arnica Salve The best salve In the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hansds, chilblains, corns, and ail skin eruptions, and posi tively cares piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to ;lye perfect t satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cants per box. For sale by W. F. Near & Co, Endorsed by the Press. In this skeptical sge statements made before being, credited, are, generally D. quired Into. People are always found (snuie one said) on the side where their interest lies. In view of the last named truth sn Indorsement from one who Is not Interested, should be of double vslue, hence tbe following frank statement should be read with Interest. Gentleman: This Is to certify that I have nsed Krause's Headache Capsules m 1th satisfactory results. I bought ft box which cost me 2. and one capsale cured me of a dreadful sick headache. My wife snd myself have both nsed the med icines manufactured by the Norman Lichty Mf'g Co. and we recommend tbem to the public as-being just what they sre represented. Itesrjecttully, W. 3. HoTcm HBOH, Ed. Gazette, Plesssnt Hill, Mo. She Blushed Awfully when I told her what to do tor those horrid pimples with which her face was covered". ' She now says If you want a pink and . while complexion with a nice, clear, smooth skin, you must use that best ol all blood purifiers, Sulphur Bitters. Orange Blossom makes handsome chil dren, because It makes mothers well and strong. Sold by E. W. Adams Happy and Hungry, For ever five years I was a constant suf ferer with that most terrible and aunoylug disease, dyspepsia. Alter paying out hun dreds of dollars the only medicine I found that would do me sny good was Sulphur Bitters. Six bottles cured me. Mow I can eat well and am happy and hungry. ' Sblloh's Cure, the great cough and croup cure, Is In great demand. Pocket size contains twenty Ave doses, only 23 cts. Children love It bold by druggists. 4 Karl's Xloyer Root will purify your blood, clear your complexion, regulate your bowels and make your bead clear as a bell. 25 and 60 cts. Bold by druggists.' S Sheriff's Sale. William Rlnlcger ' ) In Lorain county.O., . vs. V court of common George W. Wilbur, etal. J pleas. CaseNo.Wol OtlllKR Or SALS AS UPON IXKCtlTMN, In pursuance of an order Issued from the eourt ot common pleas, within and for the county of Lorain and state of Ohio, made at the May term thereof, A. 1). lS.H3.und to me di rected, I will offur for sale at public auction at the north door of the court house. In the vll lme ot Klyrla, on Saturday, August 26, A. D. Ikh.1, between the hours of ten and eleven o'clock, a. m., of said day. (ieorireW . Wilbur's Interest (beliiR one-fourth Interest thereof) subject to the life entate uf Luclnda lluur, In the following described real estate to-wlt: One hundred and twelve and one-half acres from the north part of lot (20) twenty, In W el llnirton townshlo. Lorain count v. and suite ,r Ohio, bounded on the west and north by high ways, and on the east by lot line, and on the soutn oy tana Deipnging to ins estate of M. h. Marcy, excepting therefrom about one-half an acre of land In the northwest corner thereof tor s icnool-nouse. Also nlnetyseven acres of land being the west part of lot number forty five In said Wellington, bounded on the south by the east snd west center roa , on the west oy tne townsnip line between delllngton and iKi'fuu uviiBHiiiB,aiiu uu mo cast mm norm by land owned by 1. L. Comstock. Also about lour acres of land in lot (l.ni) one hundred and tinny, in tne village oi Wellington. ieo. W. Wilbur's Interest In WI'i acre niece appraised at $Mo.oiij Geo. W. Wilbur's Inter est in V7 sere piece appraised st a7ft.0U, (Jeo. W. Wilbur' Interest In 4 acre piece appraised at t'iSO.ui; and cannot sell for lea than two thirds of said appralsmenta. Term of sale cash nn day of sale. CIIAS.C. ENSIGN, Sheriff. J. U. Dickson. Attorney. , CH Buy the pure lump rock salt for your stock. It Is mist convenient to feed, your stock will be healthier. It is solid economy sod certain profit l use it. " Bowlby & Hall, ag'ts. For the best lime, cement, plaster of Paris, plastering linlr snd the celebrated Adamant wall pluster po to Bowlbj & Hall's. Our fruit counter is always filled wltli the heH spplm, oranges, lem ons and bHiiuiiiiH; anil in evaporated fruits of nil Unix, our i-tovk is tin (jtiullnd outside the iHrge cilies.' r ' ' , if it is green vegetables or dainties to tempt the appetite tbut you want, you will always And them at '; " Bowlby & Hall's. -Everybody knows that our fresh roasted coffee is clear above everything else In quality, flavor and value. We roast it ourselves; it Is al ways fresh and never falls to satisfy. Our teas are right in the front rank and anybody that chooses to buy in larger than ordinary quantities will find It to their snvaotage to call on us. All our goods in the. line of groceries, crockery, glass ware, etc., are such ss recommend them selves; and the prices lor the same quality of goods will he at as low point as any at BOWLBY HALL'S, We Bocured an excellent nega tive of the OLD LIBERTY BELL when it was in Wellington, and will furnish photographs of same for Cabinet size 25 cts. 8x10 (for framing) 50 Cts. Postpaid. Send in your orders. We are headquarters for photo work in all sizes and styles on paper or silk- in First-class Work Only Duplicates from Sawtelle, Fyke or Sprague negatives. We have one of the best Ko dak's for rent. Have just received a new view ing outfit with all the latest im provements. Remember, we are over Bowlby it Hall's store, Wellington O. H. H. SAUNDERS & SON. nana COLLSGS. Po roa IntnS to tnter a Butnnt Col Ufa? If To III md ml lUn, ind Udr of ontral foanf wm npoeUni to ntr nh Mbaol, III buIIVoi Cm, ComiMalu ol tautuM orthMeut. Addrn I T. HtMlerMfl, Prli., Box 833, Obirlls, 0. Rnrf ifilri Tuns? WWBSCsi IU1UOC Mttaff. CuiwUDniUrMiionnteuirMCemslwon.MTisfUKton' Bills, awnpietrao. WAftruuiiuvo.lu'vv."uofc,-. Cures Sick Headache Every Woman Sometimes needs a reli able monthly regulating medicine. Dr. PEAL'S PENNTROYAL PILLS, Are prompt, taf and OftrUtn In rwnlk Tho moo. Ine (Dr. Peal'il nerer disappoint. Bent aorwlMN. 1.00. foal Medietas Co., ClOTaland.O. Sold by W.F.NearA Co.DruwjIsti.WelllnKton. Jhe Best and Purest Medicine I,. ( EVER MADE. itiriiiiinvoinnuiHurinnijriiiir ,W1 1 HiritUlinJ " .. jyi tyfttcm, and mako your uku niile rdiI Blotrhoii mill IllUUVMa lllini k winch mnr your enuty uneu ty impure d, snif can be The Do) l'V'V V mmll-onlystca 'fc, iJa.0 best and chraiwet'U T) - . 'r moillclne. Try ft, anuV V you will be all(led. If yon sre iiitrcrlne from Kid? . V.i . .1 ul j I., llvn I oil rHC BixiKW luey uever wu w euro. Send 1 t-oent itnmp to A. F.OrUway ACo., nj wau. Mom., for bout nuxucal work publlaoeur BSE:- GUC02LOIZ3 CURES ' It on holt' dr m o mhI, Aon' bnr anttfafr. For hml by Iri(r.ftMat tt Mm. iMtp't oa . rteaipt ot prlco, Cl.ua. . BURD3AL ME r!C IN (J Wf'P'C CO., Mw .al.!?-.mpU. CINCINNATI, O, For sale by E. W. A damn aod J. W. Houghton' ANOTHER mm TRIPLETS Trie DR. IIAMW COLIC CTJttB sad Becare Real After ' Three Sleepless Nights Marlboro, Ohio, April 14, 192, TV Hand Medtein Vo. DearHiuji: Having owd nearly- fourbottlM of four Colic ('ura, I fbrwttrrt you thli Ufitlnionlal, oping U nur bunefll amnr mot hern wit b tunVr tng bh.e. I am th happy mother uf trlplau, rl girls ; now 14 week! oll. When tut? were alKui weeks old they were taken with a very sever attack of wind colic. There were three days and night I bad two of them In my arms nearly all the lime, 1 tried all the rem wilt I had ever heard of without any relief. A sample of your Colic Cur was handed me, which 1 used with the very beet reaults. and I sent for mora at one and I shall recommend It to every mother. I feel there U no lnaguage strong enough to eipreee Its value. I have also awd several of the other Remedies and found each to be eiactly as yon represented them to he. 1 trust th Lord will forever blues yon for procuring a remedy to relieve sunVrlng Innooeno. aire. Haiti a Bhittom, Marlboro, Ohio. Or. Hand's Ramadlat for Children Are for sale In Welhigtoa by fftKO. O, ft KLT, Liberty Street, 9r. 1. V. UOUUHTOM. West Sid Fabli ftjoar Do, you Know? That more ills 'result from aa Unhealthy Liver thin r.nji other cause-Indigcsti' :, C"" u- pation, Headache, Liibu n v 6, -and Malaria vsually at.wVit.. Dr. Sanford's Liver "lnvoi-a;:r is a vegetable specif!-: f- i I iVci Disorders and their aeioii.; ing evils. 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