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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. CONGRESSIONAL On the (5th Mr. Stewart b poire for tfiree lwun In the senate on tail reaolutloa as to the relative Independence ot the three co-ordinate Brapohes ot the government Be charted tha president with disregarding his oath of office la ot eauilnf the sliver purchase law and the Chi nese exelualoB law to be faithfully executed. Speeohea against the repeal bill were made by Mr. Cameron, of Pennsylvania, and Mr. Bate, f Tennessee. ...In the houae no business of general Interest waa taken up owing to the laolc of a quorum. Is the senate on Uie ttth Mr. Dubois, of Ida be, offered a resolution providing that the eon stdarattoe of legislation relating to the federal election lows, the tariff and flnanolal matters which materially efleot the partially nnrepre sealed states be postponed In the senate until Monday, January 18, 14, to enable the states of Washington, Montana and Wyoming to bare the rotes, influence and protection In the senate which are guaranteed to every sovereign state ty the constitution of the United Slate. The repeal hill wa then taken up and Mr. Stewart resumed his speech, to whlth answer was made try Messrs. Palmer, Morgan and Voorhees..... The federal elections repeal bill waa the regular ordor In the houae and Mr, Tucker, ot Virginia, spoke In favor of It Several membora partici pated In the debate, which was quite spirited. Mo quorum waa present and the houae ad journed at an early hour. In the senate on the nth ult the Dubois reso lution, looking to the postponement ot final ao ttoo on financial, tariff and federal election measures until next January, waa considered and Mr. Dubois spoke on the resolution, A gen eral discussion then ensued, which was partici pated In by leaders on both sides of the cham ber.. ..In the house Mr. Morse me to a ques tion of privilege, complaining that portion of his speech orltlclilng the pension office bad not been printed In the Record. It was held by the meeker that the matter had been properly ex cludrd. No business of Importance was trans acted owing to lsok of a quorum. In the senate on the Mth ult Mr. Toller die ouised his resolution calling for Information as to the anticipation of Interest on government bonds. In bis remarks Mr. Teller bernted bis republican colleagues for aiding the democrats to stifle Inquiries of this kind. The resolution was adooled and the repeal bill was taken up. Mr. Hoar entered Into a long statement to re fute a charge? against a former colleague, Mr. Hooper, concerning an alleged bribe from Beyd, a Fronch writer on finance, In int.... In the house after the mornlnij hour the fcdoral elec tions repeal bill wns taken up and Mr, niack spoke In favor of the measure. Mr. Johnson, of Illinois, made a satirical speech In densndatlon of the bill and wus followed by Mr. Breoken rldge, of Kentucky, who fnvored the repeal. At the close of bis remarks the house adjourned. IN tho Se nate on the Wth ull Mr. Cameron, of Pennsylvania, presented the petition of Whar ton Barker, of Philadelphia, and 144 business firms, asking for legislation to preserve protec tion to American Industries and the Integrity of silver aa a money metal. The repeal bill was then taken up and Mr. Harris spoke against Its passage. Mr. Harris asserted that the great question waa whether gold alone should be the toast of circulation. Mr. Sherman followed and argued that the unlimited coinage of silver would drive gold out of the country and reduce the United Sutra absolutely to a silver stand ard. ...Tue house rosumed dlsousslon of the federal elections repeal bill and Ma laooy, ot Iowa, attacked the measure, saying It was an uniocmlr bill brought In at an unseemly time. The bill was dlscuHsvd until the hour of adjourn ing, tha atwence of a quorum preventing the transaction of auy business. DOMESTIC Many complaints of Inadequate letter carrier service are bclnjf received at tho post ofllco department from free delivery cities throughout the country, No action eiin bo taken on them, how ever, us the. free delivery system Is crippled by lack of appropriations, due to the cuttinp; off of IM0.000 from the estimates submitted last year. Neau Streutor, 111., on the night of the 28th ult, two freight trains col lided on tho Chicago, llurlington & Qulncy railroad. Engineer William Grlbblo was killed and ten others in Jured, among them Kev. Zopper, a Ger man clcrrrymun of Ottawa, 111,, who sustained serious internal injuries. Five negroes were hanged together on one sea fluid at Mount Vernon, Mont gomery count-, da., on tho 20th ult. It was the first hanging -In that county since tho war. About 1,000 spectators surrounded tho scaiTold which bad been erected in a public plnce. Bariiktt Scott, who fled with fOO.OOO belonging to l'olk county, Neb., and who has been lying in jail several weeks In Mexico, on the Btfth ult, vol untarlly gave himself over to tho Ne braska extradition agent and came to El l'aso, Tex. Snow fell quite briskly for half an hour at I'itUsfleld, Mass., on the 2th ult Gkoiiok Klockhox, a Fort Scott (Kan.) merchant nnd grand treasurer of the Knights of Honor of Kansas, dis appeared several days ago on his way to the meeting ot the grand lodge at Leavenworth. Since then bo has not been heard from, M. C I'hiiciVAL, the defaulting cash ier of the National Shoe and Leather bank, of Lewiston, Mo., who was sen' tenced in October, 1893, to ten years im prisonment, died on the 29th ult in tho state prison. At Hart, Mich., on the 80th nit Kev, U. D. Webster, who is charged with gross immorality and who has been on trial before a board of Daptlst minis ters, was found guilty and suspended from the ministry. ArorsT Nieiutz, of Cleveland, O., laborer, died recently, having previous ly taken insurance on his life amount ing to 18, 000. His body has-been ex homed and strong evidence of arseni cal poisoning found. His wifetond man 'named Kobolski,who boarded with the Mieritz family, have been arrested. Foul play is auspicloned. Tn total number of business em' barrassments in the United States dur ing the pant nine months aggregate 11,174, or 61 per cent more than in a like period of 1893, when, the total was only 7,878, and 80 per ' cent more thaa In the corresponding period of 189L the heaviest previous nine months' t4tal of mercantile embarrassments, S,8C&. CAtiFORffiA and England have fused to abide by the decision of the Judge! of awards on wine exhibits at tha world's fair. They will abide by tha decision of excellence of Charles F, Oldham, a London wine merchant, whom by agreement the have selected to past pon the exhibit. 1 O tha 97th nit the Vlock signal sys tem was adopted for rise on tha Pitta btftsh, Fort Warns A Chicago railroad. Qnt service pes oaltatad tha mploy mem oi xony-Bva aaaiiionai operators. This system almost entirely precludes tha possibility ofahaad R(X ot WB Thomas Sh ahos, of New Castle, Pa., ex-cashier of the Pittsburgh A Western railroad, has been arrested at Jersey City, N. J. He disappeared from his office three months ago with 13,000 of the company's funds. Shannon has admitted, his guilt ' PnrstOMAL. AtTO POLITICAL. Bbxjaxin WnrrwoRTS,; the great manufacturer of Manchester. England. and a well-known philanthropist, died on the Mth. Oh the 17th ult the president sent to the senate the nomination of Robert E. Preston, of the Dlatrlot ot Columbia, to be director of the mint It is learned that the donor of 800,- 000 to Harvard university, a year ago, to build, equip and maintain a reading- room, the Identity of whom has oreatad a good deal of speculation, was th late Frederick L. Ames. The amount was to have been paid in installments, and papers pledging Mr. Ames to the fulfillment of this obligation were drawn up awaiting his signature at the time of his death. The aotion oi Air. Ames' heirs in this matter is awaited with great interest by tho officers of Harvard. OH the 20th ult Attorney General Olney appointed the following: Sam uel B. Griffiths, of Mercer, Fa., ana George Wuroell, of Pittsburgh, Pa., as sistant United States distriot attorneys for the western district of Pennsylva nia. The president on the 29th ult nomi nated Commodore George Brown to be rear admiral, and Capt Edward F. Sooter to be commodore. FOKEIOV. At Hamburg the authorities were no tified of six new coses of cholera that ocourred during the twenty-four hours ended at noon on the S7th ult At Ai tona one new case of the disease was reported. Cholxba. has appeared at Rowley, a village in Staffordshire, England. One death from the disease has occurred there and one person is under treat ment A DispATCn from Chantibal, Slam, aays that the French eruiser Alonette has captured Paknam fort at that point, and garrisoned the fort with a portion of hor orew. The town is an important one. The boiler of a steamer on the Japa' nese coast exploded recently and thirty persons were killed. Disastrous forest fires, attended by heavy loss of life, have been raging in the Sierra mountains, 150 miles south west of Durango, Mex.. for several days. Thousands of acres of timber and grass have been destroyed and sev eral villages swept away. Thr striking . coal miners in War wickshire, England, balloted on the 28th ult on a proposal to resume work at a A per cent reduction in their wages and a further reduction in January. Out of three thonsand men who voted on the proposal only two cost their bal lots in its favor. The government of Argentina has overcome the revolutionists in the state of Santa Fe and also has suppressed the turbulent elemont In the city and province of liuenos Ayrcs. Thk strike among the Belgian eoal minors in the Charleroi district Is ex tending. Ten thousand mon are now out A dispatch from Brazil announces that Santa Catharina, an important fortified island of Brazil, surrendered to the rebels on the 30th ult The sur render of Santa Catharina Is an Ira portant victory for the rebels, as it is contiguous to Rio Grande Do Sul, which is disailooted. LuVTICK. Oh the 30th ult the Auburn (N. Y.) Woolen Company went Into voluntary liquidation. It wns one of the oldest and mont stable Industries of thai city and be iran operations In 1857. Four hnndred and fifty operatives are thrown out of employment At Trenton. N. J., on the 1st fire partially destroyed the Enterprise Ran' itary pottery. The offices and ware rooms were burned with a large stock of molds. LoM between $50,000 and 1 100,- 000. A lkttrti has len sent out from the Red Cross headquarters in New York City, under dote of Beaufort, 8. C, which states that after a careful inves tigation of the storm-swept districts, there are 80,000 people requiring portlol aid, and appealing for assistance in the shape of food, clothing and funds. In a written opinion Attorney Gen eral Little, of Kansas, says that wo men are eligible to election to any countv office in Kansas. He bases his opinion on the fact that there is noth ing in the statutes that debars women from holding office. At Lal'orte, Ind., on the SOth ult, the jewelry firm of C F. Lcfman A Co. received a consignment of Jewelry vol ucd at 11,000 which hod been stolen from the Lake Shore passenger train in the robbery at Kendallvillo. Tux Imports of specie at the port of New York for the week ended beptom bcr SO were $.188,571, of which 1431,078 were gold and 101,593 silver. Robp.kt Kiscaidr, the banker of Linn county, Kansas, whose failure recent ly involved half a dozen banks and ruined scores of farmers and business men to whom he had given notes bear ing 8 and 10 per cent interest, on the SOth ult returned to Mound City, Kan., and declared that he would settle up. Thr final settlement of the questions in dispute between France and Slam were concluded at Bangkok on the 1st Eight fresh cases of cholera and one death were reported in Leghorn, Italy, on the 1st. Is the senate on lb 10th alt Mr. Chandler spoke la favor of the adoption of ins resoiutloa recently presented by htm, ealltng for Informer tan as to (he eonnlsstea sow lavesttratlaf ike Mew York oastosnhoaas. Be saM the etyeet of the resole tioa was te oseertals the rases freen One ii nasai i depart at and Invoke, ST asses gory, ike settee of ooa sss te prevent the ap pointment of ofaoers of the Called States with at wnmat sf eoanltuttoo or af lav, and sea trary is the spirit of both. The repeal kill Wee tbea eakea and speeches ea both sides ef te saawttoa wore moos by Messrs. Oassdea aaa PMer....Ia thshewse she only leaMrs of m av ast wsa toe spsaefe of Ma Patterson, whs made a tsssrthy sjewameat la favor of the repeal sf Soe flav4MV4 QtWteVOitt IttwsV. REVIEW OF TRADE. The Present Ontlooh Is Dtsoourmotnf Is Many Unas of Bastaess and Ooafldenes Is Slow la Retamlns;. New York, Sept 80. R. G. Dun A Ca's Weekly Review of Trade says: ."Hope deferred" explains the past week in part, and it la doubtless true that many indulged In reasonable hopes, but business has not entirely answered ex pectations, a feeling of disappoint ment is eommonly ascribed to delay of aotion on the silver bill in the senate. It is also true that many works which have resumed operations do not find orders as large or tha demand from customers so vigorous as they antici pated, and with soma it is a question whether they will not elose again. While money on eall has been abun dant and eheap and about 14,500,000 clearing house certificates have been retired, there is perceptible greater caution in making commercial loans here and at some western points. Con fidence proves but of slow growth and somewhat diminished In part by ad vancing exchange, whioh suggests the possibility of gold exports. During most of the week speculative weariness has found expression in lower circles. Stocks were active but lower, railroads declining on the aver age 1.42 and trust stock 1.60 per share to Wednesday night, and the recovery has since been small. Railroad earn ing for September show a decline of X per eent, compared with last year, which is not better than tha average report though the returns for the sec ond and third weeks were better than for the first week. On western lines and trunk lines the decrease is some what smaller. Wheat receipts decrease again and fall far behind last year's, but stocks in sight are too heavy and the price for December fell nearly one eent Corn continues to come forward freely and crop reports are not mora unfavorable, but the price fell lfto. Trade In woolen dress goods Is better and there is a little more demand for men's woolens, though not enough to keep employed the Increased number of mills now running. Clothiers are cutting up more goods, it is said, but the change is not greater than prepara tions of samples for another season might cause, and there are noticed at tempts to clear off old stocks by many retail stores and selling at manufactur ers' prices. Sales of wool last week were 1,629,450 pounds against 6,648,600 lost year, but it is believed that many purchases are for investment rather than for manufacture. While seventy-eight manufacturing concerns are starting wholly or in part against twenty closing or reducing force, more than a third of the increase has been in cotton mills and another third in machine shops, nail mills, man ufacturers of Stoves and hardware, tools and cars, while in the Iron manu facture proper only seven concerns have started against three that have stopped, and the outlook does not seem brighter. In boots and shoes the marked actlv ity seen in New York is not found at the east The business is slow and a few establishments are resuming and ship ments from Boston are still SO per cent smaller than last year, but the rubber works are all fully employed, and the demand for their product is large. Clearing house exchanges indicate a little gain in the volume of business, being for the week 19.5 per cent below those of the some week last year. In foreign trade exports again ex eeed last year's and for the month about 24.6 per cent, while Imports show a decrease for the month of about 30 per cent IRON HALL AFFAIRS. Receiver Fslley FllesTlls First Report With the Court-Amount of Cash on Hand. Ihpiahapoms, Ind., Sept 80. The Ironpiall case came up for hearing in the superior court Wednesday, and after some argument Judge Winters entered an order requiring attorneys to show whom they represent and the two wings of the order to show by what authority their supreme sittings were arranged. Receiver Falley filed his first report with the court a vol uminous document He shows this re capitulation: "Your receiver charges himself with the amount of cash received from the date of his appointment to the sum of 1762,168.94, and your receiver fclalms and is entitled to credits amounting to 147,003.10, leaving a cash balance of 1715,165.84. Said cash balunce Is now on deposit In Fletcher's bank and the Merchants' National bank of Indian apolis. In the course of his report the re ceiver soys: "Your receiver further reports that in regard to the item of notes, bonds and other securities in his possession that their value is uncer tain, as some of the notes are unse cured and some are past due and pay mcnt of same has been refused. Your receiver also roports regarding the re serve funds hold by the various branches that he has demanded of the branches an accounting, and that in most cases the branches have been prevented from so accounting by lit! ration. In other cases the funds have been misappropriated by the branch officers, and in still other cases the members have divided the reserve fund and disbanded." Good Mews for Idle Men, Columbus, Sept 80, The Pan-Handle yesterday ordered its men to work on three-quarters time on and after Mon day next This means additional work for 1,200 men. . Defaulted on Its Bonds. Sioux Crrr, la., Sept SO. The Man hattan Loan and Trust Company, by its attorneys, havs filed a petition in tha United States court for the ap pointment of a receiver for the rMoux City A Northern road. The hearing will be held before Judge Bhlras Tues day. The reason for tha application assigned is that tha company has de faulted on its bonds. The petition is a pustisr to local railroad men and the meaning of the step is hard to under stand, unless It is preliminary to a transfer of tho title to Us Great Hortaern. n a oitiuiiiii ft J bKusib"TiJ ' i "Ms r r .-.T'l-tt a a t , . w i. i untirril niTv tun BDaureMD.viAXMiveftDaniu. a v""- aIiI Kw T-.am-la rt- sasan Ka mail ffal . fVafV- L7V1U s.iw A'l UiBl(rvri wus wj aaiaosae vi wvw and 11.00 par package. Samples free, Mnn The Favorite toots rowiis H U for the Teeth and Breath.SM. ...' Specimen Cases.' -. . . . - T m , , ir I - n H. il. uiinorti, new uassei, wo troubled with Neuralgia and Rheuma tism, his stomach was uiaoruerea, nis ll,., ui.i .n'ontAil ti an nlurnilntr de gree, appetite fell away, and he was terrioly reuueeu in uesn aim sirengm. Three bottle of Electric Bitters cured kin. linn, Edward Shepherd. Ilarrisburg, ill., hurl o rnnntrirf sinm nil his lev of riant years' standing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound snd well. John Speaker, Ca tawba, Oi, had five large fever sores on lita luir l,wnru aa'lil ha wns incurable. One bottle oi Electric Bitters snd one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by W. F. Near & Co., druggists. Dr. Carter's Kidney and Backache Tea is s compound of valuable herbs that stimulate the kidneys to action, clearing the passages between the kidneys and bladder, which become stopped and cause settlings like brick dust, and if not re moved will lead to dropsy, diabetes or Brlght's disease. It rcgulutes the tour important organs of the body, the stomach liver, kidneys and bowels. Keep them healthy you never need icar aiscase. Price 40 cts. a package. Sold by all drug, gists. 18tf Now Try This. It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good, If you have a cough, cold, or any trouble with throat chest or lungs. Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe found it Just the thing snd un der its use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample oottie at our expense and leurn for youreelf just how good a thing it U, Trial bottles free at W F. Near it Co's drug store. Large size 00c. and Sl.oo. 3 What are Kranse's Headache Capsules? To be brief, will tell you they are unlike anything prepared in America. A few years since an acquaintance who for years had been a headache sufferer, until his system had been nearly ruined, was ad vised to go to CarlBbad Springs, Germany, to try the effects of the water. While the waters were apparently a benefit, still they were not a cure. While at the springs he heard a great deal about the court physi cian, Dr. Krause, who afterward became famous the world over owing to the Jhiken zie controversy during, snd after, the last illness ot the emperor, Frederick. He consulted Dr. Krause in regard to his headaches, and, to quote the doctor's wows: "Here is a prescription which, if taken sb I direct, will prevent or stop any kind of heartache, no matter what the cause, l on will find the frequency of the attacks will diminish, and by taking the capsules when you feel the approach ot s headache you win neyer have another." The patient was practically cured and with his permission, it is prepared and sold ss Kranse's Headache Capsules to headache victims. Sold by v. F. Near & to, Extended Sympathy. "Do nnto others as you would have oth ers do unto you," is sympathetically shown in the following Hues, the presumption be ing that sympathy Is born of, or akin to, pain or sorrow : "Gentlemen :-Please send Krause 's Head, ache Capsules as follows: Two boxes to Flora Seny, Havana, N. Dak.; two boxes to Lillle Wilcox, Brookland, N. Dak. 1 have always been a great sufferer from head ache snd your capsules ars the only thing that relieves me." lours very iruiy, rio- ra Seay, Havana, N. Dak. Bold by W. F. Near & Co. Cirter's Kidney and Backache Tea will cure that sick and tired tcellng with a bad taste in the mouth mornings. Hold ny all druggists. ltf r!flrtArs Tvflnrv anrl ItnpliarhA taa nilrl. flea the blood and regulates the bowels. boiu oy an uruggisu. ion Prot. Loisette's Memory System is Creatinggrcaterinterestthan ever in all parts of the country, and persons wishing to Improve their memory should send tor his prospectus tree as advertised loan- otnercolinun Carter's Kidnev snd Backache Tea is a sure and positive cure tor backache and Inflammation of the kidneys snd bladder. sold by sll druggists. iuii Carter's Kidney and Backache Tea will cure sick headache. constipation, dizziness pain in the back. Hold by all druggists. 18tf Bucklen's Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for cuts. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hsnsds, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi tively cures piles or no pay required, it Is guaranteed to jlyn perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 23 cants per box. For sale oy w. r. near a co. Is Tonr Tongue coated, your throat dry, your eyes dull and Inflamed, snd do you feel mean generally when you get up in the morning f Your liver and ktdnevs are not dolnff tholr dutv. Why don't you take Park's su re cure f If it does not make you feel better it costs von nothing, it cures unguis aisease, diabetes snd all kidney complaints. Only guaranteed cure. (,ieu Ksrl's Clover Root, the great blood pa rifler, gives freshness and clssrness to the complexion ana cures constipation, fo c, Wets. i Bhiloh'i Cure is sold on a guarantee. It cures incipient consumption. It is the best cough cure, umy one cent a aose. vo cts., oo cts. snd ii.w. Boia ny ail arng. gists o 1 Use Wells' Laundry Blue, the best bluing I or laundry use. acn package makes two quarts, 10 cts. Doiapyau n trs?r ' Constant coughing, will, if neglected. In flame the entire mucous memhrane lining the air passage to the lungs. Cubeb Cough Cure is the only remedy to be relied upon to give quick relief and allay Inflammation. It is soothing in its effect; is most pleas ant and agreeable to take ; children like it Every household should be prepared for emergencies, for how often, "like a thief in the night," croup or whpoplng couh may come upon a dear child . without warning and within a few hours place Its sweet life in the balance by a slender thread. (juDeo uougtt (jure, promptly used, will avert all danger. Delays are dangerous. Sold by W. F. Near & Co. Perhaps some ot our readers would like to know in what respect Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is better than any other. We will ten yon. When this remedy is taken ss soon as a cold has been contract ed, and before it has become settled in the system, it will counteract the effect of the cold and greatly lessen its severity. It not effectually cure the cold in two days' time, ana it is tne oniy remedy mat win cio this. It acts in perfect harmony with nature and aids nature in relieving the lungs, opening the secretions, liquelying the mucus ana causing its expulsion Irotn the sir cells of the lungs snd restoring the system to a strong and healthy condition. No other remedy in the market possesses these re markable properties. No other will cure a cold so quickly or leave the system in ss sound s condition. For sale by W. F, near vo. "I consider Chamberlain's Couch Rem edy s specific for croup. It Is very pleasant to taxe, wmcn is one ot me most impor tant requisites where a cough remedy is intended for use among children. 1 have known of cases of croup where I know the lite ot n little oue was saved by the use ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedv." J. J. LaGrange, druggist, Avoca, Neb. 60 cent Domes lor sale uy w. r . .Near & Co, Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Texarkana. Aakan sas, Is an enthusiast in the praise of Cham berlain's Pain Balm. He used it for rheu matism, snd says: "I found it to be s most excellent local remedy." For sale by W. i . near a jo, "During my term of service in (he army 1 contracted chronic diarrhteea," says A. E. Bending, Halsey. Oregon. "Since then 1 have used a great amount of medicine, but when I found any that would give me teuei mey wouiu injure my stomach, un til Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy was brought to my notice i usea ll sna win say it is the onlv reme dy that gaye me permanent relief and no Daa results loiiow." For sale by W. F, near cb VO. We have sold Ely's Cream Balm about three years, and have recommended its use in more than a hundred special cases of catarrn. ine unanimous answer to our inquiries is, "It's the best remedy that I have ever used." Our experience is, that where parlies continued its use. it never failed to cure. J. U. Montgomery & Co., aruggisis, ueenran, lows. When I began using Ely's Cream Balm my catarrh was so bad I bad headache the whole time and discharged a large amount of filthy matter. That ban almost entirely disappeared and I have not bad headache since. J. 11, Bommers, tephney, Conn, "Orange Blossom," the common-sense teuiuie remeuy, urnws oui pain ana Sure ness. Sold by E. W. Adams. Mrs. T. 8. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn., says, "bkiloh's Vilalizer saved my life. I consider it the best remedy tor a deblliut ed system I have ever used." For dys pepsia, aver or Kidney troubles It excelis Price 73 cts. Sold by sll druggists, 2 A Druggist Says. Marvin C. Brown, drueaist. Merredlth Village, N. H., says: I have sold your Sulphur Bitters for years, and, contrary to most medicines, I never sold a botile to any one who said it did not help them. i ney curea me oi tnose terrible sick head aches when every other remedy fuiled. Unable to Tell. Yes, that was so. For years I suffered severely with scrofula; sores broke out all over my body, and I am unable to tell one bnlf that I suffered. I was not able to ob tain relief until I used Sulphur Bitters, which completely cured me. C. B. Dule, 17 Aiiston street, IJoston. Buy the pure lump rock salt for your stock. It is most convenient to feed, your stock will be healthier. It is solid economy snd certain profit to use it. liowlby & Hall, ng'ts For the best lime, cement plaster of Paris, plastering hair and the celebrated Adamant wall plaster go to Bowlby & Hall's Our fruit counter is always filled with the best apples, oranges, lem ons and bananas; snd in evaporated fruits of all kinds, our stock is unequalled outside the large cities. If it is green vegetables oi dainties to tempt the appetite that you want, you will always find them at Bowlby & Hall's, . Everybody knows that our fresh roasted coffee is clear above overythtng 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 anyantage 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 be at as low point ss any at BOWLBY S HALL'S Notice of Attachment Ci.'os Denmon, pll i Benjamin N. Hawes, Deft Before B. Vanator, J. P., Wellington town ship, Loral n county, u, Ob the seventeenth da? of August, A. D, Ifiaa. said luatloa Issued an order of attach. meet In tha above oetlon for the sum of one hundred and nftv dollars, and interest from June is, 1H9S. Bald cause will be for beartoi October a, Wi, at 1 o'eloek o. m. , B,K2rD.,. J 21 I II I II lltfl i-uiuoc Cur stok HauUobe.RM tnres Oomplejloii 8 Doctor, Bills. Samplefree. UnrimTiOo.,31 W.4MJi8t,,li.t. Cures constipation Every Woman Sometimes needs a reli able monthly . regulating medicine. Dr, PEAL'S' PENNYROYAL PILLS, Ins (Or Peal's) never dlssppolnt. Sent snrwksn. si.uu. rwsteatcuieui., vieTeuwu, v. r Bold bv W.P.Near a Co.Drut gists, Wellington. Jhe Best and Purest Medicine V - EVER MADc. 7VV. Itwlllfl rive tho Ilumorrromyoor avatem. and mako your skin fcfyclcii and smooth. Thoae t v 0. vimnlea and Blotches wriHt. 9 'y.V-wnicnmBr your nj ? ft Larecausod by impure I . T V . . . 1 ... e .t, '"fcvbloml, sna can De VV'a. JVlsandusr The TtaKA .milltnlvs tea pooniui. it beat and cheap IllUIIIUIIlOe ' J ...111 ha i flat) aH I I n T-tf and"' j" ? r..j ,. a.'o .v. is b. o,.v". Uei it oi jour urimi". 4 tJ DOStWAIT. GBTITATOMCll . S3 . ...NVa-tnt frnn KidaV I oui iS.? ruWBBirf EU87 Tbcy never uui tu cur. c.a e-mnt stamns to A. P. Ordwav A Cow Boston, ilaas., for best medical work published? GUCOLOID CURES RHEUMATISM. If an bottle dm vnn no enod. den't hnv another. Far Hale by ItruolaU, or aont postpaid aa ncalptuf price, tl on. BURDSAL MEDICINE M'F'O CO., J1MUDIO lUUJlilt. tiAtlAflAlli u, For sale bytE. W. Adams and J. W. Ilouchtob. E, 0. BUSH, A FULL BUPPLY OF Fresh, Meat, Sausage, Corned Beef, Salt Meat, Hams, Cash Paid for Hides. We secured 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, v 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 & Hall's store, Wellington O. H. H. SAUNDERS & SON. HOOD'S CUARANTEE9 a cure. What it has done for Otners a " 'u- ftHood's SarsaparilU, ' - I CITYMEATMARKET MtoUlaMSk