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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. WASHINGTON. The treasury department has re ceived all the gold due under the last bond issue. It amounted to 8111,855, 612.07. Gold to the amount of 577,309,839 has been withdrawn from the United States treasury since January 6, the date when bids for the last bond issue were invitod. The torpedo boat Ericsson has been accepted by the navy department from the builders, the Dubuque iron works, of Dubuque, la., and on the 17th the sum of $8,000, beitiff the last payment, was made to them. President Cleveland has granted a yardon to Todd M. l'ettigrew, of Wyo ming, serving five years for falsifying national bank books, and to Mike War ren, of Arkansas, serving six years for counterfeiting. For the 11 months of this fiaeal year receipts from internal revenue aggre gated 8183,124,811, against S1S1,420,064 for the 11 months of 1S05. EAST. The grand jury at Now York City on the 17tli exonerated Edward McCor mick, who whs accused of the murder of Mamie Cunningham on May 30 last. Joseph Ferrone, the chief accuser,' was indicted for perjury and is now sus pected of being implicated in the mur der. McCormick was discharged from the jail. Edward B. Winslow, of Portland, Me., was nominated for governor by the democratic state convention held at Portland on the 17th. Mayor Josiuh Grout, of Derby, was nominated for governor by the Ver mont republican stato convention held at Burlington on the 17th. A sound money platform was adopted. The University of Wisconsin crew defeated the Yale freshmen by four boat lengths in the boat raoe on Lake Saltonstall, Conn., on the 10th. On the cannl at Little Falls, N. Y., on the ISth the boiler of the steamer Titus Sheard exploded, killing five per sons and fatally injuring three. Nine others are missing. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year by the supreme lodge, A. 0. U. W., in session at Buf falo, N. Y.: Supreme master work man, J. G. Tate, of Nebraska; supreme foreman, W. S. Robson, of Texas; su premo overseer, II. C. Sessions, of South Dakota; supreme guide, George M. Lang, of Minnesota, It is now known that nine men and one woman were killed by the explo sion of the boilers of the steamer Hon. Titus Sheard near Utica, N. Y. re cently. For the week ended June 19 business failures in the United States numbered ' 270, against 22S for the same time last year, and 28 in Canada, against 31 for the corresponding week of 1895. At Washington Park, Philadelphia, on the night of the 18th Albert Woods, aged 32 years, and Richard Menzie, aged 80, were shocked to death by touching a wire screen over which an electric light wire had fallen charged with 1,400 volts. At Great South Bay, opposite Baby lon, N. Y., Frank Johnson, 22 years of age, of New York City, and a young man named Walsh, of Brooklyn, were drowned on the 20th. President George Wyckoff, of the New Amsterdam bank, who was shot r.cently by George II. Semple, died in 1 ljospital in New York City on the 20th. In a grade crossing at Misecon, near Germania, N. J., on the 21st three men were instantly killed and another fa tally wounded by the covered wagon in which they were seated coming into collision with an express train on the Camden & Atlantic track. WEST AND SOUTH. At their home in Chicago on the 17th Charles Emmler, a gusolme dealer, shot and fatally wounded his wife and then committed suicide. Whisky is re sponsible for the crime. The death of Gen. William II. Dimond, superintendent of the San Francisco mint, occurred at New York City on the ISth. lie was born in Honolulu in 183S and was n son of Rev. Henry Di mond, who went from Fairfield, Conn., m 1S34 as missionary to the Sandwich islands. At Chirks ville, Tenn., on the 20th three colored men, all married, were drowned in the Cumberland river while attempting to cross it in a skiff. Throe silver men were nominated to go to Chicago by the four district dem ocratio conventions held in West Vir ginia on the 17th. On the night of the ISth David D 0"Brien, one of the foremost lawyers in Chicago, committed suicide in his office by asphyxiation. When his law partner, Avery Hayes, reached the office the next morning ho found the room filled with gas and Mr. O'Brien sitting in a chair, dead. A verdict for SUO.OOO damages against the Economic Gns Co., in favor of Don ohue & Hennebery, printers, was re- turned by a jury in Judge Dunne's court in Chicago on the 19th. The firm bad sued the gas company for $75,000 damages, which they allege they had sustained through an explosion of gas which occurred at their building in that city three years ago. Lightning struck a house at Tobac- coporj, Tenn., in which a number of boys had taken shelter from the storm on the 18th and fourMf them were killed. The verdict rendered by the jury at Covington, Ky., on the 19th in the case of Alonzo Walling, charged with the murder of Pearl Bryan, was: "Guilty, with the death penalty." Daniel W. Jones was nominated for governor by the Arkansas democratic convention wtilcn met at Liittie ltocic on the 18th. The delegates to Chicago were instructed to vote for Richard P. Bland, of Missouri, for president and also to vote for a free silver plank in tbe pjatfaria . At Leadville, CoL, on the 20th 1,500 miners refused to go on at the mid night shifts. The strike is for an ad vance of wages from $2.60 to 83 per day and the recognition of the Miners' union. A collision occurred on the 20th at a railway crossing between a train on the narrow gauge railway which con nects Council Bluffs, la., with Lake Manawa. and a larare carryall contain ing SO Omaha people. The carryall was wrecked and three people were badly injured. A jury at Youngstown, 0., on the 20th awarded William Bishop, of Pitts burg, formerly a postal clerk, who was injured in a wreck on the Pittsburg & Lake Erie railroad, a verdict against the company for damages in the sum of 88,000. The case will be carried to a higher court The Wolverine (Detroit) Steamship Co.'s new boat. "The Senator," was launched from the Wyandotte yards of the Detroit Dry Dock Co. on the 20tn. She is 420 feet over all, 45 feet, 6 inches beam, 28 feet deep, and is expected to carry 4.300 crross tons. "The Senator" is the largest boat ever built in Michi gan. She cost 8250,000. 'A terrible wind storm occurred near ReDublican Citv. Neb., on the 20th which sweDt awav the residence of E. P. Duncan, who, with his two sons and a daughter, was badlv hurt. Mrs. Duncan was killed. Another windstorm visited St. Louis on the 21st which caused a property Iobs of about 813,000. A train on the Lake street elevated road at Chicago ran into an open switch near Rockwell street on the 21st and before the train could be stopped the combination motor and passenger cat shot over the abutment into the street below. Three persons were probably fatally injured. In a fit of insane jealousy O. E. Hart, a prominent young man, shot and killed his wife at Wichita, Kan., on the 21st lie then turned the weapon or himself and sent a bullet through hu brain. Marshal McKav arrested CoL Nunez. the Cuban patriot, as soon as he ar rived at Jacksonville, Fla., on the 20tb on a warrant Bworn out by the Spanish vice consul charging him with aiding in fitting out the expedition which sailed from Jacksonville on the steame Bermuda on April 27. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Emperor Francis Joseph has directed Archduke Otto, brother to Franz Fer dinand, to exercise the representative functions of heir apparent of Austro Hungary on account of the continuec illness of his elder brother. A dispatch from Brest, France, or the 10th says a number of bodies o' victims of the disaster to the British steamer Drummond Castle, which wai lost off Ushant lighthouse on the nigh' of June 10, have been washed a short at Ushant. A disnatch from Damascus statei that the Druses have revolted and cu to pieces four companies of TurkisI troops and captured a number of guns Orders have been given to send vi Dat tnlions of troons from Salonica t Syria immediately. A Constantinople dispatch to thi London Chronicle says a fresh mas acre of Armenians is reported to havi occurred near Van. Sixty persons wen killed. While attending a political meeting non. John B. Robinson, ex-heutenan governor of Ontario, dropped dead oi the nlatform at Massey Music nan n Toronto on the night of the 19th. LATER. Frank Cuam.eben, a sailor, and his brother have sailed from New York in 20-foot boat for Liverpool. The men expect to get to Liverpool m their lit tle craft in 60 days. On June 26 Chief Engineers George F. Kutz and James W. Thompson, of the navy, will be retired from active service. Both have completed 40 years' service and have made application for retirement They have been identified prominently with the building of the new navy. Julian IIagner, in the supreme court if the District of Columbia on the 22d, sentenced Sing Yung, a Chinese labor er, to deportation. Sing Yung came to the United States from Africa and failed to register as required by law. Jockey: Hatheiisom, was thrown from the horse he was riding in a race at Forsythe, Ind.,on the 22d and killed. He was only 15 years of age and the lightest jockey in America. Tun strike among the factory opera tives at St. Petersburg continues to spread. The strikers now number 40,' 900, consisting mostly of employes in the cotton mills. Many of thcra are women. They demand increased pay and shorter hours. The police declare hat nihilists instigated the trouble. A scheme for incorporating allot the proposed electric railways in Indiana and taking in all the Indiana gas belt cities, is being worked by those inter estcd. Its object is to make all lines connect and afford a complete system of electric railways over the state. A disastrous fire occurred at West Carthage, N. Y., on the 21st, which wiped out a large part of its manufac turing industries. Loss 855,000, with but little insurance. Milton . Rom.f.y, an old man living near Shelbyville, Ind., was fatally beaten on the ni;rht of the 20th by two robbers. The thugs then compelled Rolley's wife to reveal the hiding place of S370, but not until they had roasted her over a fire. The robbers escaped. The Seashore Dry Goods Co., of Louisville, Ky., has made an assign ment to the Louisville Trust Co. The assets are estimated at 8115,000 and the liabilities at 875,000. WebteuX silver men are organizing a propaganda movement for work among tho laboring people of the east The first delegatson has reached Chi cago and-will give the next six weeks to agitation among the trades unions of that city. It was sent out by the trades and labor assembly of Butte, Mont. Ministers Should Use Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. HERE 13 NO PROFESSION, whose labors so severely tax the nervoussy s tern, as that of the ministry. Tho de rangement of the nerve centers of the brain by over work, frequently brings on attacks of heart trouble, and nervous prostration. Rev'. J. P. Kestcr, M. D., Pastor U. B. church, London Mills, Ills., himself a physi cian, writes Feb. 20, 1895: "Heart affection and nervous prostration had become so serious last fall that a little over work in the pulpit would so completely prostrate me Tr Milf' that " seemed certain I He3.rt Clire of tne mlnlstry entirely. Heart palpitation became ReStOreS so bad that my auditors xj would ask me if I did not n3.1lll.....a have heart disease. Lost November I commenced taking Dr. Miles' Now Heart Cure alternately with Dr. Miles' Nervine and derived the greatest possible benefit. I have Just closed revival work of 10 weeks, preaching nearly every night and twice on the Sabbath. I can speak for hours without suffering as I formerly did. Hard working ministers should keep Dr. Miles' grand remedies on hand." Dr. Miles' Heart Curo is sold on guarantee, first bottlo will benefit or money refunded. CYCLCNE FENCC 1 teniea ny two pati-nls, riuiul'Civd rcjpect-Ivi-lv SIM'S find SIS.f.lX). both fiu'ui'd tiv our L'omnunv. Look out for fYau;!a, in kuoiI minus aw Imituuu. v'o will pro tect our ritfam. CYCLONE WCVf.il Wlfiu y t:0lXV. - UlCU. Best Bicycles to buy arc the Sunol, Hercules, Stella. The llelntosh-Suntingtcn Co., Cleveland, 0, Do Ton Intend to enter a Business Colleso? If yon will tend a 3 cent stamp nd addressee of several young persons expecting to enter inch a school, vil will mail you freo, a Compendium of Penmanship Worth ) centa. A unrein L 7. Henderson, PrinM Box 333, Cberlln, 0, THE Wellington, O. Authorized Capital , $50,000.00 Stockholders liable for $100,000.00 Collection and general banking, business. Notes and bills of ex change bought and sold. Money loaned on approved per sonal or mortgage Becuftty. Interest at 4 percent per aEnum on all savings accounts. Interest credited annually. Lock boxes for rent at $1.50 per year. Wm . Vischer , . O . E. Spitzer, Pres. Vice-pres. J. H. Rust, Cashier. rTlia ftll (Mill VP- liable grocery and provision store of Bowl by & Hall is the place to go to be accommodated with what you I want at reasonable I price's and prompt t t 1 tTOI'l UQ Home Savings Baok Co Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of tho many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in tho knowledge, that so many forms of sickness arc not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of tho system, wnicn tne picasani family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, nndis everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that itis the ono remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when yon pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia J'Mg Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system 'is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful nhvRiciaiiR. but if in need of a laxative, one should have tho best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup ot Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. fi ( (nil urinw. wl A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY The times are hard, but hero is n good show. In tho lant mouth 1 have made $175 kpIIink Climax llifdi Washers. I never saw anything take like they do. w ben any women see me wanli the din ner (Italic, clean and dry them In one minute, they buy one right away. Anyone can make tii a day right at home eaey. I have not cnuvneKcd. bo iinxioue are the people for the Climax they rrnri for them. Write to the Climax Mfr. '.. Coliim hue, Ohio, and they will send you circulnm. li in easy gelling what everybody wuuts to buy. 1 will make f3,(liHI this year easy. One swallow does not make spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. J. W. Houghton Ecxema is a frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases it can be per manently cured by applications of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never fails to cure. J. W. Houghton. In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turnes to thoughts of DeWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood aud invigorate the system. J. W. Houghton. One minute is the standard time, and One minute Cough Cure is the standard preperation for every form of cough or cold. It Is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. J. VV. Houghton. Mrs. R. DeYoung, Middleburg' la., writes, I have used One Minuet Cough Cure for six years, both for myself aud children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory cough cure i nave ever used. J. . iiougnton. Did you ever think how readilv the blood is poisened by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature old age. DeWitt'g Little Early Risers, tha famous littlo pills, overcome obsti nate constipation. J. W. Houghton. A. L. Wooster, a prominent citizen of Os6eo, Mich., after suffering excruciat ingly from piles for twenty years, was cured in a short time by using DeWitt's vtitcii nazei taive, an uDsomte cure for all skin diseases. More of this prepa ration is uped than all others combined. W. Houghton. Young mothers dread the summpr months on account of tho great mortal ity among children . caused bv bowpl troubles. Perfect safety may bo assured those who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic & Cholera cure, and administer it prompt ly. For cramps, bilious.colic, dysentery ana diarrhoea, it arlords instant relief. vt . Houghton. Distressing kidney and bladder diseas es relieved iii six hours by the New Great South American Kidney Cure. This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinary passages n male or female. It relieves retention 0f water and pain in passing it almost im mediately. If you want quicke rife w. cure mis is your remedy, bold oy Jfi. 30 Aiiuuis, druggist, Wellington, u. il" Not Woll? Well Get Well! The results attained right here at home have been marvelous. Hundreds of-your neighors who have used Wright's Celery , capsules are now wen. iney cure kidney, it .Ter, ana stomacn trouble, rheumatism, constipation and sick head aches. Why pay $ l every two weeks lor a bottle of medicine when you can get treatment at 1 cent a day. Wright's Celery Capsules give 100 days' treat ment for $1. Easy to take, no bad taste do not gripe, backed Dy a bank, to cure vou. or refund your money. Sold by E. W. Adams. To Offer a Reward of 1 00 dollars for a case of catarrah that cannot be curred, creates the suspiccon that the jirticln so advertised is . a humbug. Do you know of any such reward being imidV Elv s Brothers do not promise re- ward in order to sell their well known "Opam Balm." They offer the most effective medicants, prepared in conven lent form to use, and at the lowest pos sible nrice. 50 cont9 per bottle. An hon st mill effective remedy, which is abso liitidv free from mercurials or othor harmful drugs. My little buy was taken t-ick very siut rini'v. Hi:' Ifirs were told and spotted hia font, nn, i imiiiU iiic' lied 1" chudd: he would not respond w!i v spoken to. I do not know what wx he matter with himnnle- it wh M - ppe. Wo gave trim I.iirhtnir.e llni, i" s inwardly, and buttled him tiffiv wi'N nine, and he re covered. We think I.M tning Hot Drops saved his lif for whi-h we are very HIiaiiKIUl. 3i. u.Uiirni'i', loub nuu, i Va. If Yoh Will Use a Little Kt-asoninr and not be influenced by tho claim that catarrh is a blood disease, you can easly prove that catarrh is climatic. Have you not the severest catarrhal attacks during winter and spring, and hnve you but little evmence-or catarrh during tne summer? Yes. Well this proves it is a climatic disorder, inflaming the mem brane of the nasal passages. It is a waste of time nnd money to invest in blood remedies. The proper treatment is a local application, and the most prompt to cure is that popular remedy, Ely's Cream Balm. liluMiumtiMii Cured In a Day. "Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in one to three days. Its action upon the system is re markablo and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immedi ately disappears. The first dose erealty benefits; 75 cents Sold by E. V. Adams, druggist, Wellington. 20v30 A Biiby'n Life Saved. Attica. 0.. Mav 1(5. 1894. Dr. D. B. Hand: "We owe our child's life to Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. When all other rem edies and doctors failed it gave relief in one hour's tiriic- It is with pleasure that I recommend all of Dr. Hand's rem edies for children. Any mother using them can be sure of getting an article tiiat is safe, effective and reliable.. Mrs. C. M.Stutzman. Dr.Uand'sColicCureand all of Dr. Hand's remedies for children 25c at all drug stores. 1 Sick-poison is a poison which makes you sick. It comes from tho stomach. xne stomacn maKes it oui ot undigested food. The blood gets it and taints the whole body with it. That's the way of it. The way to be rid of it is to look after your digestion. If your food is all properly digested, there will be none left in the stomach to make sick-poison out of. If your stomach is weak to see to this properly by itself, help it along with a few doses of Shaker Digestive Cor dial. That's the cure of it. Shaker Di gestive Cordial is a delicious, healthful, tonic cordial, made of pure medicinal plants, herbs and wine. It positively cures indigestion and prevents tho for mation of sick-poison. At druggists. Trial bottles 10 cents. T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster of Prom ise City, Iowa, says: "I bought one bot tle of 'iMystic Cure' for rheumatism, and two doses of it did me more good than any medicine I ever took." Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist. 20v30 The Baby's Colic Cured. Upper Sandusky, 0. "Our little boy when three weeks old was troubled with a severe attack of wind colic. Our drug t ist recommended Dr. Hand's Colic Cure, We used it until baby was eight months old. Tho effect from the start was mag ical, giving instant relief and no bad effects. I recommend it with pleasure to every mother in the land. iMrs. C W.Cramer. Dr. Hand's remedies for chil dren sold at all druggists for 25c. 1 MOT WHAT WE SAY. but ! what Hood's Sarsaparilla Does that tells tho 6tory of its merit and sue- cess. Remember HOOD'S Cures. DIUKCTIOXS lorusinn CATARRH ' Apr.1v a pnrticl" of tne llulni directly In to the nostrils. After a moment draw n strong breath thro' the nose. Use threi- times a day, after meals preferred, and more renrnik'. ELY'S CKEAJ! COLD 'n HEAD BAIi.M opens am. cleanses the Xiisal Passages. Alluvs l'aln and innaminanon, ileitis me t?ores, rrotecis tne Meniiirane irom Louis, llestores thn , Senses o! laste and Nnull. The Ha m s nuicMv ah sorhed and gives relief at once, l'rlcedu cents at liniKtiists or bv mall. ELY UHOTUEKS. ad Warren St., N. Y. 'The Way to Fix it," said tho Deacon when planning n i cliaiso that couldn't break dov.-n, "is to nislio tho v;cr.!:crt spotnfiRtron;; p.s tho rest." Thi3 in what Jcnssos's rt 1 Belladokxa PijAsteks do to tho hu- 1 man vehicle They touch tho wcalc. Boro, aching, teudcr r;)otn, and radio them tlrong cs Vie rat. Sec the F.ed Cress oa tin plaster tho sin cf geu- . uiucness aud merit. Maniifucturiiij; Cternisis, New York. Coal I Coal ! We are now prepared to furnish Hard aud Soft Coa! and Coke on reasonable tbrms. Free delivery to any part of town by a po. lite and careful driver. A liberal share ot your pat ronage is solicited. Office on East Main Street. We have now placed a new dray on. the street in order to serve the people on call. Please favor us with your patronage. Abbott & Jones. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pal ent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office It Opposite U. S. Patent Office, and we can aeraro patent in lest time than thos remote from Washington. Bend model, drawing or photo., with ' tlon. We advise, If patentable or v' charge. Our fee not due till patent ! A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Put. - a names of actual clients In your Stilt- ' ,,at town, scot free. Address, 0rotlt Patent Office, Washington, 0. C , fir PARKER'S CIMCER TONIC . Lunf Trouble, Debility. diunMlrar i rr.iaie uii, and la noted for makinv mm vhn -n r tmtment fills. Every mother and invalid ihnaM havefL PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clftnuei anil bcootifu th b PrvmiotM ft lnxuriint sTmaA. Never Fails to Bertora Orwyf Cum clp diwiK hair Corns. Slops all palu. Makaa TriHrlm rinj' Ifin ttrnujui Ttflnlvnn Ran 4 Chfcfcctiter'B Enff:i.li Diamond limit. tPSWYROYAL PILLS urlfflnul and Onljetnalne. Art, ftjwav reliable. Lao its A i itumiri tor vnieiiMtcr Engluk Via 1 mond Brand in Red and Cold mM&llfcV Mm, leilal with Who ribbon. Take oa other Rttutdanatrtma tubMliltu duns and imitation, ai Druggit, orm4 41. In Kimpi for pu-ticulart, teaUmoiitofa u ueucr Tor l.adle," ' 11 nil. 10.000 TritimMUIi. Jamd Mjpr. CblchotrCheiKlealCoAldlMmH(iMr Paid bj ail Lggai Drujrxuu, ruuaamrai f mi-Amu mm go, FOUNDED 1893. 52 WALL ST., NEW YORK. . 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H publishes valuable) work on this ease, which he send with s tie of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers wno may sena ineir r. v. an-i -ss auores& We advise anv one wishin to address Prof.W. H. PEEKX, F. D 4 Hew York Shelf and Heavy ardware, otoves and 1 Tinware Eave Spouting and made a specialty ac Hi All kinds of repairing our line promptly attended to. North side public square. Hansi & f iv. COMPOUND SYRUP White fine mi Tar. By healing the inflamed membrane' and soothing the irritation of the breathing pas sages it J Promptly Cures a Cold Acts as a tonic to the sys tern and enables the bodily powers to prevail ovtr the disease. Prepared by J. VV. Houghton, Druggist. CAVEATS. TftAOI MARK. DE8ION PATENTS. GOP V RIGHTS, ettxv For Information and free Handbook writ to MUNN CO. Wl BROiDWiT. 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