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Gathered from All Quarters. WASHINGTON. In the United States supreme court the case of the United States vs. the Jell Telephone Company, involving1 the validity of the Berliner patent, issued in 1892, was docketed on the 25th. This rase was brought by the United States cancel the patent on the ground that its issue was void. District Attorney Clack at Chicago has been instructed by Attorney Gen. .s-al Harmon to investigate the charges made by Secretary Morton against the beef trust, and to use his discretion in xnnmencing proceedings against the trust under the anti-trust law. For the week ended September 27 the number of business failures in the United States were 215, against 2S5 last 7ear, and 50 in Canada, against 55 last year. Advices from London to the state dc mrtment on the 27th ult. state that .he Spanish draft for the Mora claim !ias: been received and the deposit of ihe net proceeds placed to the credit of :he secretary of state in the New York sub-treasury. The draft called for oL.419,000 in gold. EAST. At Meriden, Conn., on the 24th three Tien were buried alive in a sewer Irench. Although the trench was ten feet deep and but three feet six inches .vide, no attempt was made to shore up the banks. When brought to the sur face life was extinct. Fire destroyed the paper mill belong ing to F. U. Walker & Son at New Irrai'gh, N. Y. The mill hud not Ween in peration for several weeks, being closed for repairs. Loss, $125,000; partly Insured. For export to Canada gold continues to be withdrawn at New York, a fur rher shipment of 8225,000 being re ported on the 24th. This makes a totul if 5475,000 of gold sent to Canadu in .'our days. Michael Itoyle and Benjamin O'Neill were burned to death on the 25th in a 'louse belonging to Boyle at Chester, "onn., in which they were sleeping off 1 he effects of a spree.. At their home in New York City on night of the 24th Itobert Fair shot and 'rilled his wife, Maggie, and then ended his own life by shooting himself in the 'ircast. Fair was a successful insur ance agent, but intemperate. Patrick Farrell, Michael Craig and Edward McCann were struck nnd in stantly killed by a train on the Boston A Maine railroad at a crossing in Chi--.opee, Mass., on the 25th. The men were walking together on the track ind stepped from in front of a freight directly in front of a passenger train. The New York democratic state con vention which met at Syracuse on the :5th nominated the following ticket: Kor secretary of state, Horatio C. King, it Kings; attorney general, Norton H., Chase, of Albany; state treasurer, De Witt Clinton Dow, of Schoharie; comp roller, John 11. Judson, of Fulton; state engineer, Russell B. Stuart, of Onondaga; judge of court of appeals, Judge John D. Teller, of Auburn. AVnldee & Foster's extensive flour! mill, at Carnegie, Fa., near Pittsburg,' was ; destroyed by fire on the 25th.' Martin's lumber yard and several dwell ings were aleo badly scorched. Loss, 360,000. The well-known Brooklyn divine, Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, has accepted tho call to be co-pastor of the First Presbyterian church of AVashington. He will be associated with Kev. Sunder land and preach half of the sermons. Chancellor Alexander McOill was nominated for governor by the New, Jersey democratic state convention at Trenton on the 2flth. McOill is 50 years af age and for twenty years has been prominent as a lawyer and legislator. The death of Charles A. Johnes, once v famous Wall street speculator, oc curred in a private sanitarium in Con necticut on the 20th. He was about 50 years old nnd became known as "The ,reat American scalper." The originator of tho Concord grape, 'Ion. E. W. Bull, died at Concord, "lass., on the 27th ult. He was born '.a Boston in 1800, served in both houses . f the legislature, was for twelve years members of the state board of agri-. culture and was a Mason of high do Tee. ; On the 27th ult. James C. Chambers, x prominent citizen of Punxsutavvney, 'a., killed himself on the 27th ult. by nmping from a fourth-story window of the St James hotel at Pittsburg. In the case of the collapse of the Ire and building on August 7 at New York "ity tho grand jury on tho 27th ult. in icted Thomas Murray, foreman; '.Tiomas Walker, superintendent of con-, truetion; John H. Parker, contractor;' ..")ennis E. Buckley, building inspector; i.'karlcs E. Behrens, architect, and Ed vard J. Youdale, architect's assistant. ' The Indictments are for manslaughter in the second degree. At Chaddsford, Pa., John A. Silby, ' ' '.gent for the Pennsylvania Railroad )oapany and Adams Express Com; rany, who was under arrest for rob- nng the station safe of 221, has been ,.3ntehcedto Imprisonment for twelve ;cars. The Seawanhaka club's international 'hallengc for small beats sailed the hird race off Center Island, N. Y., on he Sflth, which resulted in a victory or Spruce IV. Ethel wynn, the Ameri can defender, withdrew on account of he heovy sea after having sailed over' .ialf the course. west AND SOUTH. In ft collision between two Baltimore' 4 Ohio passenger trains at Tunnellon, .V. Va., on the 27th ult twelve passen gers were Injured. The crew of the schooner A. W. Com stock that foundered off Stannard pock, Lake Superior, on the C3d, took U the life-boats and were picked up by the steamer John J. McWilliam's. The widow of Gen. George Cook, the celebrated Indian fighter, died at Oak uid, Md., on the 24 th. I . Fire destroyed the business part oj the town of Belle Fourche, S. D., on the 25th. Thirty business houses were destroyed. Loss about $80,000. A terrible wind storm wrecked Bar num & Bailey's circus at Burlington, la., on the 26th. The tents were liter aUy blown to pieces. No lives were lost. Two men were killed and several others injured by an explosion that occurred in the coal mines at Winter pock, Va., on the 20th. On Hog Island reef near Mackinaw City, Mich., the schooner Queen City went to pieces on the 23d. Her crew were rescued by the Beaver Island life savers after an awful night in the rig ging The yacht Osceola landed the crew of the lost schooner E. R, Williams at Manistlque, Mich., on the 24th. They had been found on Big Sumner island, where they had been for twenty-four hours without food or shelter. A quantity of giaut powder exploded In the Belgian mine at Adelaide Park, Col., on the 2th and caused tho death of six miners and the fatal injury of two others. It is supposed that the accident occurred by a miner letting some powder fall while carrying it from one drift to another, the explo sion causing a cave-in. A call for a special session of the Texas legislature has been issued by Gov. Culberson to consider prize fight ing. It is understood that the governor hopes to secure the repeal of the occu pation tax law and thereby prevent the Corbett-Fitzsimmons fight. An organization to be known as the Irish National Alliunce was formed in the Irish national convention at Chi cago on the 20th. It has for its avowed object tho liberation of Ireland from England's yoke by a policy of physical force. William Lyman, of Nexv York, was elected president. At Nine Point, Hay Lake, near Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., the steamer Mark Hopkins, down bound, collided with the steamer Vanderbilt, bound up, on the 27th ult. The Hopkins was cut in two as far as the windlass and went to the bottom. The Vanderbilt was but slightly injured. The large peppermint marshes east of Niles, Mich., have been burned over. Many fences, hay stacks and outbuild ings were devoured by the flames. The loss will amount to thousands of dollars, as many tons of peppermint were destroyed. The crew of the wrecked schooner C. A. King, of Detroit, consisting of Capt. James Genn, four men and one woman were picked up off Point Au Barques, in Lake Huron, and landed at Sault Ste. Marie on the 27th ult. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. From Madagascar we learn that all the provisions of the French expedi tionary force which were stored at Majunga have been spoiled by high tides. It is also stated that French soldiers stationed at Majunga are dying at the rate of thirty or forty a day. A dispatch from Turkey says: The town of Hodeido, in the province of Yemen, Turkey, has been ovenvhelmed by a landslike from a mountain near by, which killed a hundred persons. The paying teller in the Bank of Commerce at Hamilton, Ont., W. Palmer, has disappeared, leaving a shortage in his accounts amounting to several thousand dollars. Palmer had been speculating in pool rooms. No cattle or hogs will be imported into Germany from any country with out being quarantined from ten days to four xvceks after October 1. LATER. TnE Cascade hotel and the Eclipse stables at Great Falls, Mont., were de stroyed on the 2!)th ult. Twenty-four horses, with all , the carriages and hacks burned. Hostler Marshall Nevins was roasted to death. Loss 820,000. Thk Kentucky and Tennessee board of underwriters has been indicted for maintaining a trust. The warrants are being drawn and in a few days all the members will be arrested and bound over to court for trial. Loud Duxbavejt sailed for Europe on the 28th ult., taking passage on the big yacht Valhalla, from Newport, R. I. William Biiady and John Errison, members of tho Scribner & Smith Circus Company, were killed by a train on the Pan-Handle railway at Hudson's crossing, near Carnegie Station, Pa., on the 28th ult. Tho men were in a carriage and were struck by the train while crossing tho track. The rank of lieutenant general of the army expired with the retirement on tho 20th ult. of John M. Schofield, he then having attained the age limit of 64 years. This title was revived in favor of Gen. Sehofleld by a special act of congress last February and had pre viously been bestowed but three times on Grant, Sherman and Sheridan. At Sandy Hook, N. J., on tho 28th ult., tho breech block of a rapid fire gun blew out while being fired for a test, killing Corporal Doyle and Private Conxvay and seriously wounding Pri vate Coyne. Thk Wabash (Ind.) Church and School Furniture Company failed on the 28th ult with tracts of 8125,000 and liabili ties of 880,000. Phof. Louis PASTF.rn, the distin guished chemist and discoverer of tho Pasteur treatmont for the cure of rabies, died at Paris on tho 38th ult. Seciiktauy Hehhkrt has axvarded the contract for building ono of the new torpedo boats to Moran Bros., of Seattle, Wash., at their bid of 8160,000. Finn destroyed tho elevator of the Daisy flaw mill at Superior, Wis., on the 28th ult, causing a loss of 8100,000. There were 80,000 bushels of wheat in the building. The loss is well covered by insurance. A combination on the part of the sugar trust and wholesale houses in the west is said to have been perfected to shut off the supply from retailers, speculators and department stores, ex cept at list prices, the ultimate object being to increuso the cost, of sugar to consumers. The plan becomes opera live October 1. . . . k OHIO NEWS- Items of Interest from All Sections of the State. Stretched Hemp. Columbus, 0., Sept 27. Martin Adams was hanged in tho penitentiary annbs this morning in the presence of a few newspaper correspondents and officials from Hamilton county,, and the penitentiary officers. At 12:05 he appeared on the- scaffold, and when asked by Warden James if he had any statement to make, replied: "I forgive all who brought me to this place." Fa ther O'Leary knelt in prayer, the straps nnd black cap were adjusted and at 12:07 the trap was sprung and in minutes he was declared dead, having been strangled. The crime for which Adams was ex ecuted was the murder of John Ohmer, a blacksmith, in Cincinnati, on July 28, 1S94. Adams, who was a single man, boarded at Ohmcr's house and was em ployed by him as his helper. He be came intimate with Mrs. Ohmer and was ejected from the house by Ohmer. After a time Ohmer and Adams became reconciled nnd on the day of the mur der Adams vkjis at the Ohmer residence and bought a pitcher of beer, from which Ohmer drank. Ho at once be came very sick and died with symptoms of strychnine poisoning. A chemist found strychnine in tho beer and in Ohmer's 6tomaeh. In the trial it was shown that Adams applied at several drug stores in tho vicinity on that day for poison and upon this circumstantial evidence he was convicted. lie never admitted his guilt Hotel Burned. Con'Mnrs, Sept 08. The St James hotel, a four-story brick structure on Long street, was almost totally de stroyed by fire Friday morning. The fire originated in a lumber room, nnd had well enveloped the hotel before it was discovered. J. B. Stickney, of Bu cyrus, and F. R. Snyder, of Buffalo, guests of the hotel, were cut off on the third floor and were rescued from win dows by the firemen. The loss on the building and furniture is cstima'ted at 15,000. McCannes & James, who have a saloon in the building, lose 81,000 and Bott & Cannon, wholesale liqqor deal ers, are damaged to the amount of 85, 000. The building belongs to the es tate of John Courtright The property was all well insured. Several employes of the hotel barely escaped with their lives. 1 Suits Involving Millions. Cikcixxati, Sept. 24. A dispatch from Washington says: The case in volving the taxation of the express companies in Ohio was docketed in the supreme court of the United States yesterday. The Adams Express Com pany made return of 853.000 of taxable property in Ohio, and the state board of appraisers made it 8508,750. The American Express Company , returned 880,455, and the board increased it to 8504,800. The United States Express Company returned 848,523 for Ohio, and, the amount was increased to 8503,500 by the board. ' ' The companies, by their respective presidents, sought to enjoin the state officials from collecting the tax 'on tho amounts assessed by tho board of as sessors, but Judge Taft, in the United States circuit court, and Judge Lurton, in the court of appeals, refused to is sue the injunction and dismissed tho companies' bills, holding that the board of appraisers had kept well within the proper construction of the law in making the assessments it did, whereupon tho express companies ap pealed. Death of Judge Colver. ' Saxduskv, Sept. 25. Elisha M. Col ver, a prominent attorney, died sud denly of lieart trouble at his home in this city, Tuesday. Ho was for many years judge of Erie county probate court and was also a prominent Knight Templar. During the war he served as captain in the Third Ohio cavalry, and he was a prominent member of the Grand Army. Judge Colver had just returned from Louisville and Chatta nooga, where he had attended the G. A. R. encampment and the dedication ex ercises. i Decided In Favor of Marvin. . Cl.KVEI.AND, Sept. 20. The board of elections for the four counties in terested decided Wednesday afternoon that Judge Marvin's name should be placed on the republican ticket for tho Eighth judicial district Two ballots were taken. The first was to decide whether either Marvin or Jones should be placed on the ticket It resulted in a vote of yes 5, no 2, blank 1. The second ballot was on which nume is to bo placed on the ticket. It resulted: Marvin 0, blanks 3. Will Not Increase Miners' Wage. Cr.KVEi.AKD, Sept. 28. Last Tuesday delegates representing the 2,000 coal miners in the Massulon district, held a meeting; at Massillon and resolved to demand an advance, to take effect Oc tobcr 1. They asked for a ralso from fifty-one to sixty cents per ton for min ing and a proportionate increase in tho wages of the men paid by the day. '. It was decided to strike if tho demand was not granted. On Friday a meeting of tho Massillon coal operators was held In this city. They decided to stand by tho Columbus agreement, which means that the increase will not be granted on October 1. Contractors Indicted for Attempted Brt bery. Akuox, Sept. 28. The grand jury. made a partial report Friday morning. Indictments ulleging attempted bri bery were returned against Horn- Gardner, Daniel O'Marr and Josia.i Wlglcy, all local contractors. Thej' are charged with attempting to pur chase the influence of city officials with money. Prosecuting Attorney Rogers stated that other charges of alleged corruption, going back several years, would be investigated by the grand jury next week. This course was de cided upon after 8 conference with Judge Voris. Brings comfort and improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. ' Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of ajierfect lax ntive ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, because it nets on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. AU Recommend It. Ask your physician, your druggist and your friends about Shiloh's Cure for Con sumption. They will recommend it. For sale by E. W. Adams. 1 There is no doubt, no failure, when you take Do Witt's Colic & Cholera Cure. It is pleasant, acts promptly, no bad after effects. The 111 of Women. Constipation, causes more than half the ills of women. Karl's Clover Root Tea is a pleasant cure for constipation. For 6ale by E. W. Adams. 1 . Severe griping pains of the stomach and bowels instantly and effectively stopped by DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure. A Fact Worth Knowing. Consumption, Iagrippe,pneumonia,and all throat and lung diseases are cure by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by E. W.. Adams. 1 Stomach and bowel complaints are best relieved by the timely use of DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure. Insist on having this preparation. Don't take any other. Karl's Clover KootTea is a sure cure for headache nnd ner vous diseases. Nothing relieves 80 quickly. For sale by E. W. Adams. 1 Easy to take, sure to cure, no pain, nothing to dread, pleasant little, pills. DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Best for sick headache, biliousness, sour stomach and constipation. It Saves IJves Kvery Day. Thousands of cases of consumption, asthma, coughs, colds and croup are cured every day by Shiloh's Cure For sale by E. W. Adams. 1 Cholera morbus is a dangerous com plaint, and often is fatal in its results. to avoid this you should use DeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure, as soon as tho first symptoms appear. A Natural JJeau'tlller. Karl's' Clover Root Tea purifies the blood and gives a clear and beautiful complexion. For sale by E. AT. Adams. 1 Children, especialy infants are soon run down with cnoiera lnianiutn or summer complaint. Don't wait to do' termine.but give DeAA'itt's Colic nnd Cholera Cure promptly, you can reiy on it. Lse no other. For Dyspepsia and liver complaint yon have a printed miarantee on each bottle of smioii s l talizer. It never fails to cure. For sale by E. W. Adams. 1 Diarrhoea should be stopped promptly, It soon becomes chronic. DeAVitt's Col ic & Cholera Cure is effective, safe and certain. Hundreds of testimonials bear witness to the virtue of this great medi cina. It can always be depended upon, its use saves time and money. Catarrh Cured, health and sweet breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price oO cents Nasal injector free. For Bale by E. AV. Adams. 1 Mr. A. A. Snyder, sun't poor farm, AVinneshelk Co., la., says: Last winter Mr.Robert Leach used two boxes of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve and cured a laree runnintr sore on his leg. Had been under care or pnysician lor monius without obtaining relief. Sure cure for piles. From a Pimlluy Mother. "Havincr used Dr. Hand's Colic Cure for mv babv. I can fullv recommend it, I havo used a great many medicines for baby colic, and nono have done so much good, l win nereauer use no oiner rem edy for colicky babies." Mrs. L. Tanner, Findlav. O. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure, Dr, Hand's Teethine Lotion and all of Dr, Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists for 2jc. & Important Facts. If you have dull nnd heavy pain across tho forehead and about the eyes; if tho nostrils are frequently stopped up and followed by a disagreeable discharge; if soreness in tho nose and bleeding from tlm nostrils is experienced: if you are vorv RPnsltlve to cold in the head acconv panied with headache; then you may bo Kiir vnu have catarrh: and should (im mediately) resort to Ely's Cream Balm for a cure. Tho remedy will Kive lnsiaui relief. PECULIAR 11 combination, pro- noriiw nud preparation of ingredi ents .Hood's Sarsuparilla possesses great curative valuo. You should TRY IT. Eloctrio Bitters. This remedy is becoming fo well known tind so vopulur as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of pi nisei A purer, medicine does not ex 1st and it Is guaranteed tit do sit that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of I he liver and kidneys, will reinovp pimples, Will., salt rheum nnd other nflections caused bv Impure blood. Will drive malaria from the ;?ten mid prever.txs well as cure ill uialai Ul fevers. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Elec tric Bitters. Entire satisfaction guar anteed, 'money refunded. Price CO cents and $1.00 per bottle at W. F. Near & Co's drug store. 5 v "Going into a decline-." How often do we hear this expression. What does it menu? It means that people are losing nosh, growing thin, wasting. The way to correct tins condition is to improve the digestion. Tho condition arises from inability to eat and digest food. In fact food does more harm than good because it ferments and putrifles in the stomach, developing poisonous sub stances which when absorbed cause var ious disorders. What is required is that the stomach be made to perform its duties. The Shaker Digestive Cordial is a food already dieested and a digester of foods as well It will make the stomach healthy. Get a book from the druggist and read about it. A California chemist has robbed castor oil of its bad taste. Laxol is its name. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. Springfield, 0., Jan. 5, 1WL The Hand Medicine Co.. Philadelphia: "We have used the sample bottle of Dr. nand's Colic Cure with entiro success and nnu that it does all that is claimed for it. N nraise can be too great for such truly wonderful remedy, and we cheer- rully recommend it to any one Having a baby with the colic." I remain sincerely vours. Ferdinand m. lung, m ncou-si, Dr. Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists, 25c. 2 COPYRIGHTS. rv i nnTiN a PATENT? For s prompt anwor and tin honest opinion, write to Bl IINN & (!.. who Imvo bnd nearly Hfly Jenra' experience in the patent Duainexs. i.ummumiai, tinim utriniiv nnitflflpiitinl. A II nntlbooli of In formation concerning I'nteiitM nnd bow to ob tain liiera sent tree. Also n cmmoguooi mecnuu. leal and scientific bookB sent. free. ratonts tnsen tnroiiBn Jiunn s 10. roceiva special notice intne Si leiitltic American, anu thus nre broiwht wldoly before tlio public with out c wt to the Inventor. This splendid pupur. issueC weekly, elecantly lllnstrntpd, has hy rnr tne lurcest circulation of any scicntlHc work in the world. S: a Tear. Hnniple copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly. fJ.fOn year. Slnifle i. cents. i':very inininor c'iauta ueiui intps. in colors, and Ttiinlo,5.ii'hs of new bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show the latest designs and ei-cure conlrnr s. Andrews MUNN & UU., SilYf lUlib, Jill JMfOAIMVAl. C. L. UNDER, Dealer in Also Manuf'r of THE J. O. U. A. M., EXTRA SELECTED CUBAN ETTAS, and THE CLEAR HAVANA dears. These are Union Label goods, and are all that such a stamping guarantees. This is the only exclusive tobacco store in vv elhngton. By making this business a specialty and giving it the benefit of eight years of careful experience, I claim a due share of public ap preciation. en per ct. reduction on all stand ard grades of fine-cut chewing tobaccos. An assorted bill of fancy pipe tobaccos just received. C. L. LINDER, South side W. Main St. NEVER MEDITATE a moment where to go to find a supply of eatables. of foreign and do mestic Fruits, the largest stock of Canned Goods, a selected . stock of Candies,' fresh provisions, the high grades of Flour, Cleveland bread, Oysters, and, in fact, everything that the appetite craves. . Polite and attentive clerks always on hand to serve. WcAVEAl 5. 1 HAUL MnRKslf Tolieccos and Ciaa Boot & Hall PATENTS I Thirty-live rears' exuerlence. Kxamlna- tions and Reports free. Prompt attention. Send drowlnK and description to h. IUookr Co. Atw's, Waslitnutiiu.D.C. Iv30n9 PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ClMBuw and bMntlllM th halt ii lnvurUnt ffrovtn. Mew ralli to Bostore Gray Hair to lis iouuuu; v.". Cuim lp b balr tallb i IQe.andilJK'at DnCTlitt lilehMter'a Cnc.:h Diamond ItronA EtKlYROYAL PILLS dtvtfrlnni and Itnlv fionillrtaV Arc, fclwaya mUbi. ladiii iik i Ymi Brand la lied and Gold mcUllioX luxe. taUod with blue ribbon. TnUo VUf mo other. dangerou ntbitUii' V tiana and imitation. At Dracittiit. or Mild 4c In .Urapi for nnrtlcuUr, tcitlmoalkb n4 KUcf for Ladle, in Mtr, by return MuiL 10.000 Testimonial!. Nam J'aptr. hlhcKterChciiaetaCoiUjidUon Hqunre, JMd bj ail Lout Urucxuty ridUwU.. fm. Sen'ToiWrigHt's Celenj capsules- sent free to anyaddress by addressing The Wright Med. Co., Columbus, U. Highly recommenaea ior Blood, Liver, Kidneys. Stomach, Rheumatism,Dys- ' ' pepsia, Constipation, Headache, Malaria Female Complaints. RegularSOc. and $1 boxes at Druggists. . A CHANGE TO MAKE MONEY I tIia fimPi fti-o hard, hut liera la n (rood show. fit tlin lAHt in mi Hi I luivo made tl7Sselliua CliniM I Illsh Washers. I W"or saw nnylliiiu iiiko iikdi they do. When any women see me wiuui nie niu- n.r flti iM. moiiti Aim u V inein in vna niiiiiitv, lliev lmy ono rlsht iiwny. Anyone can make ti a I I il,.v riirht hninn Ail.v. T lmVO tint CHItVllSAed.SO I anxiims are tho people for tho Climax they seud I fur them. i lto to Hie Climax mm. i.e., t,aivi- oils, Uhio. and they will semi you circulars, it la ensv aelliiiir wlutt everybody wants to buy. 1 1 will make Kl.omi this year easy. is a bigger three-dollars worth than any other. Tannery calf skin, dongola top, all leather trimmed, solid leather soles with a cement of cork and rubber .between the outer and inner. Handsome, Easy and Curable. Tea Styles 4, 5, and . 6 yti&e. . Ask Your Dealer For It. J. B. LEWIS, CO., Boston, Mass. Sold by H. C. HARRIS. elys Catarrh CREAM Bill THE rf - Isqulnlily BUHorbiMl, cleaiiKl'H tho nnsal imkhhrv. lillHyH pnin mill Inflammation, liealH the sorcH. protects the mem brane from additional cold, restore the senses of taate nnd smell. TT'-U IN 1 1" It Will Cure !J AY-FEVER A particle l RDplled. Into eiich nostril and Is agreeable. Price &U cents at UruuuUts or by mail- , JSLI JJlWl.lir.ttOt do " arren oi..n. x. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat cot business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office is Opposite U. S. Patent Office, and we can secure patent In lees time than thoS remote irom wasningion. Send model, drawing or photo., with descrlp tlon. We adviee, If patentable or not, free o charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, "Wow to umaiu raicnis, wun names of actual clients in jour State, county, or town, sent free. Addrese, C.A.SRSOW&CO. Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C. Do You Build a new house or born this year? Do you repair the old building? This means Lumber in some form. We an excellent stock of carry Shingles, . lath, flooring, siding, doors, uuu yiuieu itjuuuwo, xci- low pine flooring and siding is now the best and cheap est article we have. ,Our white phe "V" Siding is the best form for bar covering. Our sales at especially good on this ai tide. Our Hemlock Shingles are the finest Pensylvania stock. Hill timber means tho ' . Best Quality. Office and yard corner Pros pect and R. K. streets,. . H. Wadsworth & Son. Is.