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-SEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. WAS WASHINGTON. Tha new battle ship Oreffon formally accepted by Secretary Her bert on the 84th and the remainder of the contract price was paid over to the Union iron works at San Francisco, with the exception of a small sum re tained to cover the cost of any changes or repairs for which the contractors may be responsible. An inquiry into the cost of armor olate manufacture was commenced by Secretary Herbert on the 25th. Ihe investigation is the result of con tjressional action directing the secre tary to look into the matter with a view to submitting a report on the subject The death of Col A. C, Brackett, re tired, occurred at Washington, D. C, on the 25th. He was born in New York and appointed to the army from indinna in 1855. lie retired in 1891, ' when he was colonel of the Third cavalry. Complaint has been made to the state department, through our consul at Kanagawa.that American green goods men are operating ra Japan. The president has reduced the sen tence of ten years' imprisonment im posed ou Jacob 1'ecora, convicted in Kansas of murder in 1891, to eight years. EAST. Booker T. "Washington, principal of the Tuskegee Normal and industrial institute at Alabama, has received tha degree of master of arts from Harvard college. This is the first and only hon orary degree ever conferred by Har vard on a colored man. The Philadelphia & Reading Coal and Iron Co., have issued a circular of coal prices which shows an increase of 5 per cent, over the prices now in force. The New England Granite Company's works at Mason, N. II., have been de stroyed by fire. Loss 850,000. About 5,000,000 cotton spindles, it is estimated by gentlemen interested in the short time movement, will be idle in New England during July and Au gust At her home in Ocean Grove, N. J., Mrs. Adelaide C. Mitchell, of Brook lyn, N. Y., a celebrated author, died on the 25th. Mrs. Mitchell's nom do plume vena 'Vinlot. F.t.vntr " ' J J fl For the week ended June 20 business failures in the United States numbered 217, against 250 for the corresponding period of last year, and in Canada 22, as compared with 24 for the corres ponding week in 1895. United States Commissioner Bell at Philadelphia on the 20th ult gave a further hearing to Capt Dickman, of the steamer Laurada, who was ar rested on the charge of engaging in a Cuban filibustering expedition. He was held in 51,000 bail for the action of . the grand jury in New York. Bail was furnished. The oflicers elected by the conven tion of the Photographers' Association of America held in Jamestown, N. Y., on the 20th ult, arc: President, C. M. Hayes, of Michigan; secretary, A. L. Bowersox, of Ohio; treasurer, George Varney, of Illinois. The trial of Mark Luster, aged 15 years, for murdering John W. Riley, aged 14, at Beck's Hun, last March, ended in a verdict of acquittal at Pitts burg, Pa,, on the 20th ult Luster shot Riley during a quarrel at a school ex hibition. In Judge Cowing's court at Now York City on the 20th ult William Turner, one of the two servants who stole 800, 000 worth of jewelry from I. Townsend Burden, pleaded guilty to the indict ment of robbery. Sentence was de ferred. The tin plate manufacturers and workers had a long conference at Pitts burg on the 27th ult. but were unable to agree on u wage scale. About 10, 000 men are interested in the matter. The tin mills will remain closed until the trouble is settled. R. R. Littlefield & Co., shoe manufac turers of Brocton, Mass., have failed. The liabilities are said to be about 800, 000. Charles Staccy, late private Fifty fifth Ohio volunteers, has been pre sented with a medal of honor "for most distinguished gallantry in action at Gettysburg, Pa., July 2, 18G3." A shocking double tragedy occurred at New London, Conn., on the 28th ult, James Romkcy killing his wife, Mary, and himself. The couple had not lived happily for many months. By the capsizing of a sail boat at Clearwater lake, near St Cloud, Minn., on the 25th four persons lost their lives. The boat had not proceeded more than 100 yards from shore when a gale struck it and all on board were drowned. John Carson, of Morganstown, Ky., a delegate to the international Sunday-school convention, was probably fatally injured by falling from an elec tric car in Cambridge on the 24th. He was taken to the Massachusetts gen eral hospital The wheat districts in Minnesota and the Dakotas report no reduction in the spring wheat acreage from last year and all but three counties report the wheat in good condition. The total acreage is estimated at 9,000,000. Louis Roseland, an employe of the Pullman (111.1 car works, while in a drunken condition on the 00th ult. murdered his 2-year-old child, by forc ing cyanide of potassium down its throat He then committed suicide by swallowing some of the same drug. President A. J. Sheckert, of the German-American Title Co., of Louisville, Ky.. which failed recently for 8200,000, has been indicted for obtaining money tinder false pretenses. A decree has been entered by Hon. Nathan Goff, judge of the United States circuit court, ordering the sale of the Norfolk & Western railroad. The decree declares the company insol vent By the capsizing of their boat in Big Ktone lake. Minn., on the 37th ult. uev, James Williams, of Bristol, Minn., and Abraham Jones, of Butler, were drowned. The bodies of Benny Buckley, aged 14 years, and Otto Minniger, aged 13, of Lowell, Ind., were found floating in a mill pond. The boys had been miss ing for several days, and it is suppose J that they were drowned while bathing. By a fall resulting from an electric shock, John R. Anderson was fatally injured at Columbus, 0., on the 27th ult While fixing an arc light, the lad der on which he was standing slipped. With a bare wire in one hand, he grabbed the iron lamp pole with the other and received a 6hock oi sou voiis. Fire destroved Miller & Co.'s mill at Anmista. Ga' on the 2flth ult One man was killed, two others were fa tally injured and several more were ,n,llv hurt The nronertv loss by the fire is 810,000; insurance 813,000. Hiram II. Cole, an aeronaut who had hfien civinir a series of ascensions at North park. Grand Rapids, Mich., fell from hiB balloon and was killed on the 28th ult FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. A recent dispatch states that a fill busterintr expedition which landed near Cardenas, Cuba, had an engage ment with Spanish troops which lasted five hours. The rebels lost 23 killed and many wounded. The Spanish loss was 19 wounded. The Madrid senate, by a vote of 88 to 44. has reiected the proposal of Prof, Comas that the protocol of 1877 with the United States be abrogated. The Presbyterian convention which has been sitting in Glasgow, bcotland since June 17, has passed a resolution to petition the governments of Great Britain and the Lnited btates lor the establishment of a permanent board of arbitration to settle disputes between the two nations. The recent tidal wave which caused so much destruction in the northern provinces of Japan, was also felt in the Hawaiian islands. At many ports wharves were badly damaged and small vessels wrecked, but no lives were lost OHIO NEWS. Items of Interest flrom All Saotlons of tha State. Weekly Crop Report. The following is a synopsis of the bulletin of the Ohio section. climate and crop service for the week enaea June 22: Southern section all counties south of Franklin. Fine growing weather. Local showers and sunshine. Wheat cutting well advanced, quality of grain good; straw thin and short Pastures and meadows improved. Corn grow ing finely. Grub worms are working on sod corn. Oats look well. Gardens flourishing. Fruit doing well. Potato bugs numerous. Ragweed and wild lettuce plentiful. Middle section. Weather very iavor- able for growth of crops, especially oats, corn and irrass. Wheat and ryo being cut. Wheat badly injured by rust, fly and a peculiar worm in some upper joints. Spring wheat poor. Oats headincr nicely. Clover hay mat ing, quality good. Meadows generally coining out well. Gardens doing well. Northers section all counties norm of Marion. Warm days, cool nights, Kllnshlnn an A lnpfll showers: a fine irrowinir wek for croDS of all kinds. A little wheat ana rye cut wnein iuu rjLt.hnr nnnrlv. snmft rusted badly. Oats heading fine. Clover and blue grass havinir made trood progress. Timothy blossoming. Pastures zood. Early po tatoes in fine condition. Garden truck abundant. Apples dropping. Fruit generally in good condition. Coteil'i Confession Admitted. Akron. June 20. Among the wit nesses examined Thursday in the trial of Romulus Cotell. chanred with the murder of Alvin H. Stone, his wife and Ira F. Stillson. were Emma and Hat' tie Stone, both of whom had terrible struggles with the murderers. Neither could throw the slightest evidence on the identity of the murderer, and their testimony was simply the record of their experiences on the night of the murder. Flora Stone identified Cotell as the man who entered her room on the night of the murder and attempted to outrage her. Akron, June 27. The attorneys for the defense devoted two hours yester day to arguing against the admission of the confession of Cotell. Dozens of authorities were eited to show that the confession was involuntary and should be kept from the jury. Attor ney Voris made an eloquent plea against the admission. Judge Kohler in deciding the point, said that he was satisfied that the con fession was voluntary and was not ob tained by threats or promises. Ho said that the confession would be admitted as evidence. Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle e fforts pi easan t, e fforts rightly directed. Tliero 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 the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millionsof families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are duo to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it nets. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the systoiii is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afilicted with any nctnal disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should ha ve the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. Rheumatism Cured in a Day. "Mystic Cure" for rheumatism ar,d neuralgia radically cures in one to three days. Its action upon the system is re markable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and tho disease immedi ately disappears. The first dose grealty benefits; 75 cents. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, Wellington. 20v30 PARKER'S C1NCER TONIC hf TroublMl Dfblllty. dlttrtntng ttomita y.ulellli, and is noted lor miking nires when all ou treatment ftila Ercry molher and invalid ihoald hire it. mm PARKER'S " If AID RAI U Wover rll to Restore Gray! Curej acalp diwuet ft hIMllM, HINDERCORNS m,.,t..iO.c Cum. Slope all pain. Uatea walking tuf. loo. alOiHum. V hlrheater'a Cnir'.lah Diamond Itnad. PENNYROYAL PILLS Indigestive poisons are the bano of the dyspeptic's life. When sick, see if your sickness is caused cv Indigestive poisons. If so, take Shaker Digestive Cordial. This is the only certain way of being per manently cured, because it is the only way that gets rid of the poisons. You know that fermented food poisons. You know that poison is unhealthy, i Shaker Digestive Cordial clears the stomach of fermenting food, and purifies the blood and system of indigestive poisons. It cures indigestion and the uinrnnrr tuab 1"1UC3 Ul it. licuiulwltv, I ..bij . . m iuh.mii.. - dizziness, nausea, stomachache, weak- niiftflAfl-AKfifti'wAN IfiVESiltfl. CD. Orirlnnl and Onli aW.ila. arc, alwaj-a reliable. Laoiaa atfc turkhi ror iair EnoluH Dia mond Brand In Ued and O'uM metallidV Ntxei, aealed with blliA rihfon. T.L. nn others Rttuii AnnrtGrwu MjfiXu. Iww am imitatiotu. At Dra..l.i. jw.j.a In tampa for nartloulara, teaUmoolale aaa "KeHuf for 1 ' nnn. jir.uuw Te.ttrnonuil. JVuM unicncatar'jaemloiaVvlllHdlaoi, Kawara, gold DJ all Local UritfxUU. adiea, Inter, by rttwra jvuau iefMT. idlaon ISawjara. riUlaalaCTa. ness, flatulence, constipation, loss ot ap petite, irritability, etc. These are a few of the symptoms, caused by indigestive poisons, cured by bhaKer Digestive cor dial. At druggists, price 10 cents to ?l per bottle. rOUSDED 189!. 52 WALL ST., NEW YOHK. (Uader supervision of Banklnsr Department ot the State ot New York.) Authorized Capital - . $1,000,000 I'M up Capital ... (200,000 Letters of credit, checks and drafts on foreign countries at cheapest rates. Sl'EClALTY-Cable transfers and all It Goes Without Saj ni That when you are suffering from catarrh you want relief right away. What is other money transactions with Germany the use then of experimenting with and Austria-Hungary. uiuou cures upon a uisorue resulting from climatic changes? Use a local rem edy, for a local disease. Uso Ely's Cream Foreign money. oougiu anu sold. banners wanted a3 towns. bank notes, bonds. agents in various Halm, whieh rdiiwps nt nnn.n t.lm nt.taeks of catarrh and cures chronic cases. 50 cents at nil druggists. This remedy can u f . . i . i i,.. , 4. J . . UO HULCiy UHBll Uy 1111 HlUIUUl llljUIKIUH , , ,4 f ( f , results. It containes no mercury or in- tains trie best herbs, berries junous drng or. any Kind HIRES Rootbeer con- WEST AND SOUTH. Fire destroyed the two lumber mills of Carson & Weidler, in North Tort land, Oregon, on the 20th ult. The loss is estimated at 0300,000; partially insured. A hod carrier named Dennis Griffin, 29 years old, who was working on the lirighton lodging house in San Fran cisco when it collapsed, died on tiie 24th, making the fourth victim of the disaster. The militia have been withdrawn from tho scene of the recent dis turbances in Oregon. The fishermen are now working and the trouble has ended. Robert M. Kevin, of Dayton, has been nominated for congress by the re publicans of the Third Ohio congres sional district in convention at Hamilton. The well-known republican orator, Gen. A. If. Campbell, of Los Angeles, Cal., is now a raving maniac. Oien. Campbell was a lawyer of high stand ing and came to Los Angeles from Kansas, lirooding over the death of his wife, which occurred several months ago, caused his present con dition. A money order clerk named Charles W. Greene, of the United Sip.tes Ex press Co. at Indianapolis, Ind., fuiling to report for duty on the 25th tho superintendent looked over his ac counts and discovered a shortage of $1,500. The police are trying to find bin LATER. At City Point, South Boston, Mass., on the 2'Jth ult a wharf upon which a number of persons were viewing the departure of a 6teamer collapsed and four were drowned and two fatally injured. Loxnox advices state that the world's W. C. T. U., of which Miss Frances E. Willard is president, will meet in Montreal, Canada, either next spring or next autumn. CAI'T. CllAKI.KS W. 15ATCIIKI.OU, an old and hiirhlv esteemed resident of Pittsburg, died on the 2'.)th ult. at the ngo of 75 years. Ha had amassed a fortune in steainboating, and was widely known throughout the Ohio and Mississippi valley. During Lin coln's administration he was surveyor of the port of Pittsburg. The president has commuted to sme year of actual imprisonment tho sen tence of two years in the Fort Leaven worth (Kan.) penitentiary imposed in September, 18U3, on Thomas J. Keed for larceny. At Jersey Cltv. N. J., on the 29th ult. seven persons were injured in a collision between a brewery wagon and a trolley car. Two of the victims will die. Two treasury drafts, each for $100, 000, were drawn by the secretary of the navy on the 29th ult. in favor of the Carnegie Steel Co. and tho llethlc- hem Iron and Steel Co. These amounts are in iinal payment for armor fur nished the government under contracts mnde in 1SS7 by these companies. Tiif. first convention of the Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance of tho Uni ted States and Canada was held on the 29th ult. at New York City with CS delegates in attendance. In Judge Hanecy's court at Chicago on the 29lh ult., a decree was entered providing for the sale to the highest bidder of the Chicago & South Side Hnpid Transit Kailwny Co., better . known as tho "Alley L.' The trial of John D. Hart, Emilo Nunez, dipt. OTrienand Mate Edward Murphy, licensed of Riding a military expedition to Cuba in the steamship Itermudii, began on tho 2'Jtli ult. in tho United States circuit court at New York City. Tin: Mississippi river commission has decided to expend one-half of tho ap propriation of 89,000,020 for that river south of Cairo for the construction of levees. DiiKADFt'L forest fires are sweeping over the northern section of Newfound land. Twenty fiimilles were rendered Uniuuless a liotwoodyUlo. A llattlo With Strikers, Ci.evki.and, June 20. Thursday morning near the corner of Bt Clair street and Ilelden avenue a pitched battle was fought betweon a party of Brown Hoisting & Conveyiftpf Co. strik ers and new men employed in the works. Two men were Injured, one quite seriously. A revolver and a club wero mucn in evidence, ana uiai no one was killed is not the fault of those engaged in the fray. There was all but a riot at tne Brown Hoisting works Thursday even' ing when tho men quit work. As the men filed out of the works they were met by a squad of 05 policemen, who endeavored to escort them to tne ot. Clair street cars. At the corner of Kt Clair street and Belden avenue the po- lioe came in contact with a mob num bering about 400, composed of strikers and women and children. The police charged on the crowd with drawn clubs and managed to effect an open ing for the workmen to pass through. Several persons were severely injured. An Important Decision, Columbus, June 27. The supreme court yesterday rendered decisions in the Cleveland bond law case and the Dayton crematory case, upholding the statutory classification of cities for leg islative purposes. The Cleveland im provement laws and the Dayton cre matory laws are held good. By these decisions It is clear that the supremo court holds that laws may be passed applying to classes and grades of cities as they are divided by statute, but a law cannot be directed to any city specially by closely drawn figures of population so as to exclude all other cities of its grade or class. 9 A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY I Tha timpi are hard, but here Is a cowl (how. In the laet mouth I have nmiio175 Belling Climax Diati Waihora. I never saw anything take like they do. When any women aee me wash the din ner dixhea, clean and dry them in one minute, they liny one right away. Anyone can make (A a day riiiht at home eaiy. I have not cauvanBed. o anxious are the people for the Climax tliey neiid for them. Write to the Climax Mfp.l!o.,Coluin hue. (thin, and ihftv will aend vou clrculare. II la caav aellin what overybody wants to buy. I will make $3,00(1 thia year easy. One swallow docs not make spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cough Cure brings relief. J. W. Houghton Ecxeruaisa 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. Uoughton. In tho soring a voung man's fancy lightly turnes to thoughts of DoWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood and iuvigorate the system. J. v. iiougnton. One minute is the standard time, and One minute Cough Cure is .the standard preperatlon for every form or cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. J. W. Houghton. Mrs. R. DeYoung. Middleburg' la., writes. I have used One Minuet Cough Cure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest ' acting and most satisfactory cough cure I have ever used. J. W. Houghton. Did you ever think how readily the blood is poisened by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature old age. DeWitt s Little Karly Risers, tha famous little pills, overcomo obsti nate constipation. J. W. Houghton. A. L. Wooster, a prominent citizen of Osseo, Mich., after suitering excruciat ingly from piles for twenty years, was cured in a short time by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, an absolute cure for all skin diseases. More of this prepa ration is used than all others combined. W. Houghton. loung mothers dread the summer months on account of the great mortal ity among children caused by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic & Cholera cure, and administer it prompt ly. or cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrhoea, it aflords instant relief. W . Houghton. A Ruby V Life Saved. Attica, 0., May lfi, 1894 Dr. D. B. Hand: "We owe our child's life to Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. When all other rem edies and doctors f Riled it gave relief in one hour's tirt-B: 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 that is safe, effective and reliable." Mrs. C. M.Stutzman. Dr.Hand'sColicCureand all of Dr. Hand's remedies for children 25c at all drug stores. 1 T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster of Prom ise City, Iowa, savs: "I bought one bot tle of '.Mystic Cure' for rheumatism, and two doses of it did me nioro good than any medicine I ever took." Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist. . 20vd0 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 gist recommended Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. Wo used it until Iiaby was eight months old. The 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." Mrs. C. w.cramer. Dr. Hand s remedies ror chil dren sold at all druggists for 25c. 1 and roots nature makes for rootbeer making. Take no other. Mft'tcoiily by The Chut-ici F. nir Cc-, Phtlu'lelphla. A to. puukugu make 5 gallou. dul ; vcrjwbere. THE BEST is -what the People buy the most of. That's Why Hood's Sarsaparilla has the largest sale OF ALL MEDICINES. from U.S.Journal cf 2T4iicbm Prof. W. H. Peekc, whe makes a specialty of Epilepsy, has without doubt treated and cur ed more cases than an j living Physicinn; hu success is astonishing: We have heard ot easel of so years' standing cureu o him. Ha publishes valuable) work on this dis ease, which; ho sends kw 1 1 h laree bot tle of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers wno may sena tneir r. v. an - ss aaaiws. We advise anv one wlshin to address FrotW. H. mXE. V, 9.i 4 Hew Sort ITd-wf-r ni5 MOT WHAT WE SAY, but what Iloou s Sarsaparilla Docs, that tells the 6tory of its merit and suc- cess. Remember HOOD'S Cures. DIRECTIONS lor using CATARRH Anuly a nartlcln of the Halm directly In to the nostrils. Alter a moment draw a strong breath thro' the nose. Use three times a day, alter meals preferred, and before retiring. ELY'S CREAJI HALM opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allavs Pain and iiiiiiimniuiioii, neais tne feores, protects the Membrane from Colds. Restores th Senses of laste and Smell, 'i'lie li.ilm is quickly ab sorbed and gives relief at once. Price 5! cents COLD 'N HEAD at DniKuistsorbv mail. KL UllOTHMlS. 53 Wi arren St., N. Y. Will Fat In Mining Machines. East Liverpool, June 20. It is stated that electric mining machinery will be placed in tho shaft coal mines at Sallneville, as a solution of the screeu-bar strike, which has been on in that field for three months. A. McGar rv. secretary of the O. & P. Co., has or dered a quantity of fire brick from To ronto, for the foundation work of the machines for his company's mines. If the men refuse to work with the ma chines, new men are to be Imported. Drowned In Chippewa Lake. Cleveland, June 80. A telegram from Chippewa Lake tells the story of a drowning accident which occurred at that place Sunday afternoon. Miss Daisy Houghton, who resided in Cleve land, was tho victim. She went out in n miilboat with hor cousin and two other men. They were but a shor dis tance from land when tho boat cap' sized as tho result of those aboard not understanding how to manage it. The others of tho r''ty clung to the boat and were saved; tho girl went down. Hurslnr llldis In u Swamp. Ciiaokin Falls, June 27. There is intense, excitement in tho vicinity of Auburn Corners, a few miles east of this place. Near that placo there is an Immense swamp, in which a wounded burirlar has taken refuge, and the cf forU of oflicers and farmers to dh lodire him from his stronghold have been unavailing. The fugitive has been seen on several occasions and rec ognized as John Lodges, wno was re Kuntiv rnluuKed from the penitentiary, The swamp covers about 180 acres, and fnrme.rs are cuardintr every path by which tho desperado may attempt to escape. - . Digressing kidney and bladder diseas es relieved in six hours hy the New Great South American Kidney Cure. This new remedy is a great surprise on account ot its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in tho bladder, kidneys, back nn( every part of the urinary passages jn male or female. It relieves retention , wntor nnil nnin In nnqainrr it. nlninct. f . ...... ... ....... . mediate v. It vou want nincke rife""- enre this is your remedy. Sold by E. w. Adams, druggist, ellington, u. Not Well? Well Get Well! The results attained right here at home have been marvelous. Hundreds of vour neiuhors who have used Wright's Celery Capsules nre now well. They cure kidney, ner, ana stoniacn irouoie, rheumatism, constipation and sick head aches. Why pay $1 every two weeks for a bottle of medicine when you can get treatment at 1 cent a day. Wright's Colerv Cansules give KK) days' treat ment lor $1. ttasy 10 laiie, iio oau taste, do not erme. backed hy a bank, to cure - n il 1 T.i vou. or retunu your money, doki dv a. W. Adams. To Offer a Reward of 100 dollars fnr n ease of catarrah that cannot no curred, creates the suspiccon that the nit. r n so advertised is a numuug. uo vou know of any such reward being m.idV Elv's Brothers do not promise re- 1 . t I t 41.. .1. ...nil wnni in oruer to sen mini nen miunu Cream Ha in." They otter ine most effective medicants, prepared in conven ient form to use, and at the lowest pos 50 cents per bottle. An hon- iwt. mid effective remedy, which is abso lutely free from mercurials or other harmful drugs. "The Way to Fix it," j i said tho Deacon v.licn plan:iini a i chaise that couldn't break down, "is j.j I to mice the weakest spot as strong ns i tho rest." TI113 is vLafc JonxBox's r) 1 Eelladoxxa Plasters do t.j tho hu. p man vehicle. They touch tho weal:, I Bore, aching, torcder epots, and make ' ' them etronj cs fre rest. See tho Red 1 t Cross ou tho plaster tho sijn of gen-' . umouess and meat. Manufacturing Cliuimut, New York. (5 Shelf and Heavy ardware. n i stoves ana Tinware Eaye Spouting and Roofing made a specialty at Ransom I ffiDnfs. All kinds of repairing in our line promptly attended to. North side public square. Ransom A TTTM1 m WW. Coal: Coal! We are now prepared to furnish Hard and Soft Coal and Coke on reasonable terms. 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 EHta e of Jftbse A. Floimer. EXEC!'!! lll'S sale of re;il estiite. In pursuuiice of an order of Clio proliU court of bnralu County, Ohio, I will olfer wr 8 lie at public auction on Wednesday, the 22ud day of July, A. I., lMin, at eleven o elocK a. m., upon tlie premises, the followlni! described real estate, to-wit: Situate in the township of Wellington, County of Lorain and State of Ohio, and known as bctnii all of lot No. four (4; 1 u S. S. Warner's suti-dlvlsion of the north east corner of lot No. twenty-six (2ii) of siia Wellington township. Appraised at $1,(1)1. Cannot be sold for less than two-thirds of said appraisal. Terms of salo, one-third in hand, one-third In one year and one-third ia two years from day of sale, with interest, tha payments to be secured by niortnuue unuu the premises sold. 1 . J. T. HASKEI.L. Executor. Of the estate of Jesse A. Flenuer, decea-seI Wellington. O., June 22, 18!ki. lt Notice of Appointment. INSTATE OK Nellie M. Roberts, deceased. V The undersigned has been appointed and nualilied as executor ot tne estate oi neiue i. Roberts, lute ot Hochester, Lorain County, deceased. . , ., llti.H thla9Ktll Mnv or . line. A. II.. IS'A. (lEO.J.HOBUllTS. FOURTH OF J PLY EXCURSIONS. Tlnlrata on anlo .Till'v 3 nild 4 hetwftftl serve the neon e on nnin to on the Mz Four route within 2: nines irom sennit nianun, ing until July C inclusive. 11 t i t can. 1'iease iavor us with your patronage, Abbott& Jones. Mr. J. r. Wispmnn. Drra'inan for the Daily Nwp, YoutigstowM. a. Fays: 1 1 ad the misfortunes v.liilo ut bicycling:, to till from my v.lun i. Imdly wicm-hiri;? n y rltrhtimkl.'. 1 u-v.l 1' " niiitelits Of U aa'ni'ilo Imtllo of IMj' V..- if' Hot DropP. Kovt. inoini itr mv ii:!;!i was pound nnd well, wliicii cmdithm 1 attribute solely UitlioiHeof Llehtnlivc Hot Drops. J. W. Houghton. tuf I J Solentiflo American WmJ DESIGN PATENT f at afiss Caveats, nnd Tir.do-Mar'rs obtained, nndallPat CLt buplnees couducted for Moderate Feci. 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