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A Fnmtly Newspaper, Devoted to Homo Interestw,' I oll t Auriuulturi. Science, Art, loetry, Etc.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNKSDAY, OCT. 15, 1884.
NO 42. '
pus i.oi i' n'f di:ia i$i m: n i
JFI'IC houri from! I. m. to 8 p. in.
I 0., C, C. I. JL B.
i Mull Clone:
i Going North. 8:I0 a. m., 3:411 p. m 8:00 p. m.
I Going Soiub, M a. in., 8:00 p. m. .
' Mull Distributed:
From North. 7:ll h. in . U:! . ro.
From South, 7:00 a. ra., 4:80 p. m. .
W. A I E. B. B.
Malls Close: -Oolnir
F.ast, S:46 a. m.
Oolnir Went, 8:1X1 p. ra.
From Eimt, ;:0ua, ra.
From West, 12:00 m.
Arrive, dally, 10:00 a. m.
Depart, dally, 11:00. m.
Arrlvo, 12:00 m. Monday, Wednesday and Fri
days. Depart. S-.45 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Arrive, dally, :0O a. m.
Depart, dully, iM p. m.
Arrive, 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Depart, lo:X a. m. Tuosdays, Thursday aod
PmiKKCUTisii Attohket D. J. Nye.
Auiiitim o. limit.
Tukasuiikh 0. II. Itobblns.
t'LKIlK H J. I) Wis.
Hbcoiidkii W. E. CulHioa.
Hkohatk Juihik E. H. Hlnman.
HUKVtniH T. C. Ilowon.
CuMMiKHioNKiut E. P. Uurrell, W. M. Cran
Jail, A. Fuuvor.
liarniMAiir DiRlCTORS 1. 8. Straw, Mr. Fos-
TarnTEB A. D. Perkins, Homor Allyn, 8.
I. I. amnion.
Ci.kkk-J. W . Wilbur.
Tiii'.asi hkii A. 11. Lambert.
Ashksh'ik 1U N. (inulwln.
COMKTAIII.r.N H. (ionlllg, E. llUflCOtt.
JfHTIIK l TUB Pt.U;l! T. W. UrOWnlllg,
E. E. HiiHtO'l.
MAYon-W. It. Wean.
Couni:ilkn A. D. Perkins, W. 8. Motoi-.lt,
C V. Himicnway, M. W, Laug, W. U. baulloy,
B. 8. Hull.
Oi.kuk It. N. Ooodwln.
Tkrahuiikii-J. II. Wlyht.
MAiiaiiAi, K. Bucket.
( Hiicr E.saiMkmi Fibs Dbpartment 8. A.
MT.xvr.nn or the Board or Education J.
R. Wight, K. F. Welnhir, J. W. Wllhur, 8. Wlu
docker, W. H. Huntley, J. W. Houghtoa.
OFFlCKItS OF nOAKD. .
PnmiDKUT J. W. Houghton.
CijiHK W. It. Pantcv.
Treasurer J. H. Wlirht.
Kupeiumtemuext or Schools!. H. Klnnl
J Northwest corner Fouth Main aiul Mag
yar stivl. Servhwa. BaMiiilh. IU:;.I n. m., 7:1X1
p. m. SiihliiMh school, DMO in. Voung ico
nics' meeting, :UI p. in. Woukly pruyer muot
:nir 'I'hnrfcluv ovenlnif.
ii.: no nr rr-iM'-iiMl. fitm
.1 r.n-t l Ic I'ttMic riunri-. Iter. M. F. War
ner. pnir.r Fervid", iiisal n. m. nntl 7:si ii.
in. Suniiuth school, l":HI m. Social nierll'r'i
tl:i"3n. in. Vim, ix iii'mili',' niwlliiir. Tui'il"V
7:0:1 p. m. Hfpiilnr wii My prayer mrfiliiir,
Thiir:lnr ovciilnir. I'lmuir, nulili-non on
Cortlim l A VI 'ir llri I'tlv III mnr lif rhmrh
-rvisrtPI, f'HI'Rril. Wrat Mlierty 8U,
U l(iv. F. II. Monro. ptor. PcrUm a. Ill:
ni. ,.i" . ill. cuu.'aiif I.MHIUI, ,M.if in.
Hoiriiliir wei-kly praynr iiiclliiir, Thumliiy
f T J. IKII.IIIIOOK, Dentlnt. Oftice over
Hi Musuxts suiro, in uanK lluilillng,
Wellington, Ohio. Nitrous oxide gas admin-
Uirad (or the ex traollou of teeth.
rp McCL.tKN, HI. P.. Physulnn and 8ur
X . goon, (jills from village and country
will revnlvo prompt auuntion. Ollloe over II.
J. titan 's drug siorn; telephone No. H. llcml-
acnv1, nouin .iiiun Rireia; teiepnonn no. z.
TAU. J. Ill HT, Homcjcoputhlst. Culls at ail
' utiiir. pruiiiniiy muinueii. uuiue una
res!dence,West slue Fublla bguare; telephone
1 N. UllOimlV Inailriinco Airnnt anil
IV. Notary Public. IiMiiritnre, dut-iK, morv
eagea, wins, loasos. common, elo., written 10
neat and legal luuuuor. Ouloe ovor Ueraaa'l
oooi anu suoe store.
IlBlNT NATION Alj BANK, Wellington,
jl uM aoee a genorai oanning Diisiness,
burs and sells Nuw Vork exohiiuire. flnvern.
-ment bonds, eto. 8. 8. Warnor. Presldont: H.
A. Horr, Cashier, William Cushion, Asaiataut
1aUa your Printing to the Ktbiifiiii
ji umoe. All kiimis ul rnming uone neatly
and promptly. Oiltue. west side PublleSouare,
vver iiouguuiii urug store. :
TVfiBMR ItoaiKSjUN, tk Barber, keep
- www. m .MMn, wm vinivnnnii DRP
ber Shops In town. Only nrat-olaas workmen
employed. A full aeaortmunt o( hair oils, po
mades and hair restorative. Flee bnth-room
Ineouneotlon and furnlxhml at all huura with
hot and oold water and all neoeasary onnreni.
eneea. itooma. eoiun wine i,iiMriy .iret.
Wr.alWTlUR, Photographer. Plof
urea In every style and fully abreast
II the late Improve meats Id the art. Bogago
menu for sittings should, whenever praotloa
pie, be made In sdr.no. Oallerjr ores' UamV
by Hall ttorei telephone Mo. .
HW AMMtVOHTH ft aN. Planing Mill.
i Surell wing, matohmg, plautag, ete
done toorden Owlers In lumber, Isih, shin
gl doers, nek, bliwls, moukllnga awl dreaatd
IuiiiW of all torts. Yard, near Hainllu's teed
tre. Wellinrton. O.
T W. I'ONTl, dealer In tpootaele,
eye giasMS, , reading glaases, oir
glaasoa, tolnwwtMis, And full line of optloal
gooda. Hold, silver, steel, rnbber and oellu
(old frame of the Aneatgradee keptlnstook.
ltefllilug and repairing old frame don to
order. Fitting dllDoult eye apeuUity, Of
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1 DOI.AND, Mannfncturnrof Carrlsffdii, Wsg
. oaa and Hloluhs, North Main St., W ellington,
ouj and fourth
ings of each
Pout rooms la
J. J, Thuuas,
'rT. Ii. CODK.
Wellingon, - Ohio.
Meats trat and third wln.aday etcnlngs o)
each luonlh. ltouins in KmorMin's block. ,
I). I'. liHSLD'lN, Dictator.
V. JoKOAK, Itrpnrltr.
The bent Massillon Lump and Nut Conl,
JIiiKNillon Kennel Coal. The best Ilurd
Conl in market. Ofllce above Batik.
FRANKS. TITUS & to.
Clevclatiil. ColumbiiM, Cincinnati and
, THE CmT CENTRAL Wl ROUTE
Tlirnuuh van with coniieutioiit in
Union lt!ioia. Only direct line vln
NEW VORK ANU NEW ENGLAND.
Direct connections fof all Southern South
western, and Western points, ellhrr by way
of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or 81. Louis. Di
rect connection in Union Depot at St. Louis
for all railway towns in Missouri, Arksnaaa,
I ems, Kansas, neorasKa, Colorado, New
Mexico. Old Mexico, and the Paclttu coiat.
Fast Time, New Kqulpment and running,
through the moM , opulous part of the coun
try; possessing every appliance lor speed
and comfort known to be scrvlcahle.
Tho Goat Roadbed and tho Safest
Eoad in the West.
Tickets br this popular route for tale at
all regular Ticket unices.
From aud after June 8, 1HH, until further
notice, trains on this road will pats Welling
ton as follows:
No. 8 ('In. A ft. I,ou I K.TDren 8 90 a. m
No. s7 Clcvn'd A Col's Ex S.tf p. m.
No. a-Nlitlit Exn-.ws R IKS n. m.
No.81Local Freight 7.60 a. m.
Ol)I NO KAST.
No. 8 N It'll t Kxpren. 5.08 s. m.
No. x-lallon ft I'lcre rt Ar 7.MI a. m.
No. M-Ht. Ixinls ft N. Y. Ex 8 1 p. m.
No. g-4.'lDclnnatl ft Cleve'd Kx 8 .10 p. m.
No. to-Local Freight 8.06 p. m.
E. B. THOMAS, 0, B. SKINNER,
(Jen. Manager. Tralllc Manager.
A. J. SMITH, Gen. Pa. Agt
WHEELING- i LASS ERIE RAILROAD
Cleveland & Marietta B. E. .
From tnd gfter May 18, 1884. until fui
ther notice, train on tbli roatl will paea
Wellirjcton at follow:
f OOINO EAST.
,w....w.v.li.ne.m.i ;'f ;
No. S.'. ,..8.7p.a.
No. MUI, a. '...4. to a.m. , ; ;
Trains 1,1,1 and I dally. 4 aod T dally, exc.pt
lunday. i . . J
r , . CONNBCTJOJ8.r.
Tolodo-Wlth HI lines .nw'tlnj th Clfjr. "
Fremont-Wlth L. K. W. K. K.
Cl-de-With I. B. A W. R. B,
IWIevne-Wlth N. T. 0. A St. L. B. B. ' ' -Monroavllle
WeUlagtoa-Wlth C, 0, 0. A I. By. t. : i
cii.4Jwith R,f Z p. a o. r. b: ; ' '
Oimii--.WIUi 0 2 A. i O. A B.;aod P., ft. W,
AC. R. It ' 1
Mualllnn With P Ft W. A CI. ft. B in1 C. .
T. V. A W. B. H. ' m ,., 7 . .
Vslley Junction With Vsllqr R. B.
CsqarDover-Wlth 0. A P. 8. B, and C, T, V.
A W, n B. . . w
Newcomer. town With P., 0. A St. L. B. B.
psmbrlnge With B. A O.B. B. .j j r. '
Point Plwant-Wlth W. C. A M". B. R.
lCarltt-With M. A 0. B. B. . '
M, D. WOODFORD, AS. H. HALL,'
, Oeo.gapt O.n. Paaa.Agt
ttTUrlnff vour Job Printino to tha
Emterpiisi ofuoe. We are conitantly
tddlnc new at r lei and noreltles, and
can Rive you aa good Job at yu can
tet, In the city.. Try uj. u ; , , , ( ,
Halflo Morantli Lodge
Ki'pm l l I In Coi.tlltliMi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Wolllnton. In the fjt le of Ohio, at the clone
of business, September Kin, 1K4.
Loans and Ulicountf $1M,mt7
u, S. Bonds to secare elrculstloa 90, iu iw
line from approved resrnr. SK.nts 14, Ml M
Ileal esuu, turultura and axtures, ...... s,uuu IU
Current expsnus sud taxes psld ,1.1 41
Checks end other cash Items ' 10 U)
Bills of other bank. 2,7300
FraetloDsl Paper Currency, nlcklcs, aud
Specie , 7t!W
Legal tender aotus S,m7 Ul
Uedemptlon fund with V. 8. Treasurer,
(t per cent of circulation) t,KnOi
. . LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid la 1 100.0011 oil
Surplus Fund 'j,uwno
Usdlrlded prollts 4, HI H
N atlonal Dank Motes outstanding Il,iui0
Individual dcpnilts subject to check 71. Mt M
Demand eertldeatcs of depoalt. e,.va Ul
Due to other National llnnki- xna &
Due to eiatu Haaki and Danker. V.IH 14
Stale of Ohio, ( ountyof Lorain, .
I, It. A. 110' r. Chler of the aliove named hank,
do solemnly swear tlist the alwro stateiurnt ! true iu
the best of my knowledge and belief.
II. A. HOUR, Cashier.
Stibicrlhed and sworn to before me this ad day of
Oct., IHH4. J. II. DIl'KHON. Notary I'ui llc.
Correct-A ll em: 8. 8. WMiNF.lt, 1
About Sjiring' Watnr.
Tlio aiin sl, miikt t-fli-ctivu. lciist cosily
remedy tor f ahiliml riis'lveiipss is Zuiu i.
liettor tliun nil uperii'iila or spring Miilcia
tnni ever onniiied, inr II Is ci'ttnin, i Iter
tuul H nil pleuKiint, ai'iing upon t he liver
Mid dlireative tirfiina It lnvlnir:iii'u
strentliens, loosens nil I remirroa. Keeps
on uifiie, lovern, miliaria, liiiintisness
miikha.iippotito X'hkI, aleep aounil, nei ve.
strong, bruin oulel. blood num. liremli
sweet, IhMh uiiod, regulates the bowel
ouiy ny acting upon the liver and ihirm
;,.,. . A. .. . '......I.. i.i. i
v,,. u oniupii. lvlt
Knsy to See 1'hroneli.
How eari it wntcli nn matter Imw cosily
be expected to tro when Hie nininsprlng
won't ojivriite? How r:in tiny one be well
wlien IiIh siomHrb, liver or' kidneys ore
out oi ortlerr ur cmirso you gay, "He can
not." Vet thmimniil it!' iimuiIm ilrntr ?.liin
niineralily in llmi coiidiiion: mrt K.ck ulni.
but not aide io work with roiiiioit anil
energy. How liailinli wlien a buttle or two
ol'I'aiker'aTiiniu would sol ilmin a 1 right
i ry it. Htm get buck your lieullii uiiil apu its,
One Bottle lntteud of a Do.en.
'Anil ll tiKilr fknlv .ma IiIiIa i.. ,1.. .
said agentleiiiiinrpoakingol 1'arkei's Hair
lllu..... f I.. .1 .. . '. c , .
Jiainiiiu. i nuu U I III! Ill IHVUr, HIHI W llt'll i
cot well of thai my hair bean to lull mil
so last an to aliinii inc. 1 reully didn't
miiiw wiuii 10 no until one tlay u Irienil
said, 'Try 1'iirker'a iluir UaUum.' Tliut
was some months ago. Wliut surprisetl uie
wan the I net Unit oue botlto wua cnoiili.
i rxpecii u to une 11 Unzen. Clean, highly
porliiined, not oily, nut a tlye. Ifestores
original color. 4-t4
The Ladles know best.
your who or mother nee vour
i-iiitiiing neinre you liny, hue can ludu
of quality. Read Tucker. Calder 4s C'o'h
Headitclie, tcuspiHinttil tlose uie, o:
Cheney' Stomach uud Liver Uegululor
The elt'L'ant Lltlle iiluled t.rriw Inn on
"Tealierry", mnkea it the clicapet, nn t
HTiect, una ntiwl lleclierelie of all toils t
extiusites. ut't a sumpie. WU
Ah! 'e gel up feelinir badly, don't rest
good, don't want lneiikl'iit. no uniHtite.
no energy, bud tato und bieitth, gm sa we
uro bilious. Two doses Zopesa will tune
tip our Liver and our ambition, and set us
EX IS ACTS.
LEMON, VANILLA, Eto.
Palmer's Laundry Blue.
PREPARED ONLY BY
E. A. PALMER fc BRO.,
CLEVELAND, OHIO. 4a?l
' A2TD ' .
!',', , We reppeotfujly call the atttn
tiOD of the oitiisenfl and farmers of
Wellington and neiehborintr town
ships, to the fact that we have
etarted a hew Carriage and Wagon
shop at the corner of Liberty and
Prospect Btreete. : We manufac
ture Cabbiaqes, Wagons, Buooies,
Platform and" Spring Wagons
AndAnHANT. all work. ""We, pay
eBDeoial attention, to retnnirn. i We
olicit a share of your patronage.
! CHRISTIE I WILLARD.
! " ", : ' ,:-. .. 40I&
--New telTct red tltsue, lor paper flow-
r.'nt TTAiiepf,tr,tail ' "i 'i 1
! pAK8' flooDt. Amtteurf eao ei
ututbycyingtHpuKhlon'. .,. , .,',t
EPITOME OF THE WEEK:
, Interesting Hews Compilation,
FROM WASHINGTON. ,
Dirzctor' Bcrchard, of the Mint at
Washington, estimate that th amount ol
fold and silver coin In the United States
October 1 was $815,000,000, an increase at
aompared with October 1, 1883, of $38,000,.
000. The gold and silver bullion In tut
mint and asaay - offices amount U
Thi agricultural report for October
sbow that the condition of the oorn crop
throughout the United State 1 better
than it has been for Bra year. '
PThi sales, entile and (election of pub.
Ho lands, during the year ended July 80,
1884, aggregated SO, J31.170 acres, an in
crease over the previous year of 8,11)1, IS
acres. The total receipt from the disposal
of th public and Indian lands last yeai
were $12,770,130, an increase of $4,392,750 at
compared with 1882-83.
Thkrc were 213 business failure in tb
United Status during the soven day end
ed on the Vnh erainst 188 the previous
even days, and 1U0 in the corresponding
period of 1880.
Thi Merchants' Bank at Altoona, Pa.,
suspended on the 7th, owing to th with
drawal of large sums.
Dimijio the soven day ended on tbe 7th
the export of produce from New York ag
gregated $7,110,000, against $5,999,000 tbe
previous seven days, and $0,699,000 for tb
corresponding period of last year,
Wbili attending to some caged tig-er
at Waterbury, Conn., a ctrcu employe
was badly mutilated recently. The ani
mals dragged bim inside and began to
feast on hi arms and lees. Th beasts
were beaten off with iron bar.
Operations were resumed on the 8th at
the Fort Pitt Iron and Steel-Work at Pitta
burgh, Pa., which had been idle for three
months for lack of order.
Tbk annual meeting wa held on tbe 8tn
In New York of th director of tbe West
ern Union Telegraph Company. The re
port of tbe President showed th capital
tock to be ,80,000,000; bonded debt, $7,214,
000 ! revenue for the year ended June
JO, 1884, $!0,U32,000 expenses, $13,022,000;
profits, $6,010,000; surplus June 80, 1884,
Giobob Dolliro, of Honesdale, Pa., re
cently caught a young rat in a mine and
made a pet of it, The animal repaid th
klndnes by biting It benefactor with
such severity as to cause his death.
Neab NortS Acta ins, Mass., while out
riding a few evening ago a train atruck
tbe carrlagoiitalutng George and Alio
Hall, brother (and alater, both being in
Oar the evening of the 8th a hurricane
swept over Harrisburg, Pa., unroofing
house and leveling tree. A section of
tbe carriage bridge ovor the Susquehanna
was carried away.
Olf the 8th ten thousand persons gath
ered in th Northampton (Maas.) camp
grounds to celebrato tbe centennial of the
independence of American Muthodlam.
After a continuation of nine month
tho strike of itove-moldor at Pittsburgh,
Pa., was doclared off on tbe 8th, and nnlon
men would return toork a individual
at a reduction of fifteen per cent.
A Decision has been rendered by the Su
preme Court of New York declaring
unconstitutional the law forbidding the-J
manufacture of cigar in tb tenement
bouso of the larger cities,
Leopold Moure, of the Fifth Massachu
setts District, and John Q. Adams, of the
Second, bare declined the Democratlo
nominations for Congressmen.
Foca business places at Perry, N. Y.,
were robbed by burglars the other nlgbt,
who secured about $48,001 in bonds and
Tin death of General J. a Murray, of
Beneca Fall,, N. Y., on of the originator
of Decoration Day, occurred from apo
ploxy a few day ago.
A Philadelphia tolegram of the 8th
ttatea that at a secret conference of paper
manufacturer just held in that city, re
ports were made of a short supply of
rag all over tbe country, owing to th
Government embargo on imported rag
from the East, and it was decided to
call a meeting to be held in Cleveland. It
waa thought a determined effort would
be made to force tbe price up an average
of two cent a pound. The fupply of rag
hi port and on tb water will only keep
tb mill going, until December L The
large paper dealer In Chicago and other
eltles, East and West, are serving their
customers with notices to the effect that
tbey are compelled to withdraw former
(notation aad give prtoee on amoants, or
from day to day. The writing. paper man-
tfacturer agreed, at a meeting bald la
Boston oa U uth, to advance prloea two
eente per pound, and to maintain tho aoV
raaoedreie. ,t - i ,
Tsa Supreme Court ef th State of New
York reoently; gave a Judgment agelnet
the dry ot New York for $1,600,000 for
water-meters furnished by Jope F. Da Na
rarre 4 tb eity during the Tweed re
Ima, bjut never used, i' : ... . i
It 1 announced that up to the- 0th tbe
total tranaactloua ot tb New York Clear
ing Bans tlno It organisation, thirty
in years ago, amounted tj th Immense
rum of $750,81.518,a9.0L ...
Taa Cornell University faoulty and th
luthorttlee of she town, of Ithaca, N. Y,
save determined to suppress 'oana
rushee," aad hav read tb riot act to the
parUolpatora In tbe recent "rush."
Ths following Congressional nomina
tions were mad oa the 9th t Republican
Rhode Island, First Dlstrlot, H. J. Spoon-
ir (re-nominated): Beoond, W. A. Pierce.
Democratlo New York, Nineteenth DbV
Blot, T. J. Van Alstln (re-nomlnatod).
Taa other morning Dr. W, H. Zluk,
trial Justice at Braatord, Conn., waa mur
lered wb.ll asleep, tbe assassin rifling his
slothing ot a watch and a large sum of ,
stoney,, , ' ... '. ,, ,
Tn firm of Oliver Bros. Phillip, Iron
ben of Pittsburgh, Pa., on th 9th with-
idrew tb notlo of a 12X per cent, reduo
:tlon, and work in their snllls would be at
once resumed. '
. Thb other morning Joslah retchmai
perished by Are la bis residence at Nea
Centervllle, Pa., two other members ol
the family being fatally burned.
On the 10th a comparison of tbe volumi
of businea among tb iron mill ot Pitts
iiurgh with a statement of two month ag
ahowed an increase in the output ot ovei
two hundred ton a day, and th outlool
'for th future wa not in th leaat disoour-"(Clog-
Neab Johnstown, Pa, th house of l
farmer named Joseph Gates waa Invade
the other night by five masked men, well
armed, who forced the family to surrendei
$1,100 in cash.
Underobocrd tunnel leading ;to i
vault were discovered recently near Nea
Haven, Conn., and alio counterfoil silvei
pieces and a broken die. It was a counter
fetters' den, in which murder and othei
crime were believed to have been corn
In the Red Ash mine, near Wilkes ban-
Pa., a fall of rock a tew daya ago, killed
Leo Brioil, of Allegheny City, Pa.,
aged thirteen, destroyed the eyesight oi
Bertie Black, a four-year-old girl, a tea
mornings ago by throwing mortar in bei
eyes, besides seriously burning two otbei
Thi following Democratlo nominations
for Congress were made on the 10th: Mas
sachusetts, Eighth Dlatrict, Cbarlea Lll
ley; New York, Twenty -sixth District, C.
WEST AND SOUTH.
Seventeen persons, most nf whom art
missionaries, left Atlanta, Ga., th other
day for China. Some of ths ladles will
organize in Shanghai a blgh school foi
On the 7th the straight Republicans ol
Missouri met at Macon and nominated a
full State ticket, beaded by Adon Gultai
On the Union Paoiflo Road a freight
train poinded with a wild engine at Elk'
born, Neb., tb other day, and a fireman
and engineer were killed and another fire
man lost both legs.
A kombsr of building were destroyed
by fire the other night at Richmond, Ky.,
including a planing-mlU, a flour-mill and
the city gas-works. Loss, $126,000.
' On the morning of ths 8th a terrlblf
catastrophe occurred In Lake Michigan,
off Hyde Park, near Chicago, during ths
moat terriflo gale of tbe season, Involving
tho losa ot ten out of fifteen men who were
stationed there In a temporary ahanty,
ponding tb construction of a water-works
erib at that place.
Congressional nomination Were made
on the 8th at follows! Democratlo Mich
igan, Eleventh District, John Power; Ten
nessee, Seventh District, J, G. Ballantin
(renominated). Republican Louisiana,
Fifth District, Prank MorL Prohibition
ist Illinois, Eighteenth District, Henry
A BRiDos near Marysvllle, Mo., a few
nights ago collapsed under a freight train
laden with hogs, nearly all of which were
drowned. Tbe engineer waa killed, and
the brake man and fireman badly Injured.
It , baa been decided ' by tbe Indiana
Supreme Court that it haa no power to
respite or grant pardon to convicted
criminals. Tbe law conferring that powei
on any other person than the Governot
was declared unconstitutionaL
On tbe 8th tickets from Chicago to New
York were selling at $14,. to St. Louis foi
$2, and to Kansas City for $6.60.
Thb other day a barrel of whisky ex
ploded at Canton, Miss., the liquid imme
diately taking fire, though there was
neither light nor flro in tbe room.
At Jamestown, O., great excitement
prevailed on tbe 8th over tho diacovery
that eleven graves in tb cemetery there
bad boen opened and the corpses stolen. A
reward of $1,000 was offered for tbe ghouls.
At Birdsville, five miles east, and at
South Baltimore violatol graves were also
The Ohio Powder Company's mill No. 2,
near Youngstowu, wa, demolished a few
days ago by an explosion, but no livoa
were lost. People for utiles arouud
thought an earthquake had occurred.
Anna destroyed one-half the town of
Alma, Neb., the other night.
The Prohibition i-andidate for Vice Pres
ident, William Daniel, issued bis formal
letter of acceptance ot tb nomination on
In section of Kansae frost, with hall,
now and sleet, fell on the 9th, and cattle
'men believing that th Texas fever germ
bad been destroyed were preparing to ship
beef cattle. -
It was reported oa the 9th that W. "W.
Cotsral, th missing x-Auditor of Henry
County, lad., waa en rout to Dakota to
prooar fond to settle his shortage ef
$4,900. ul i . .1 j.
In tho Tioinlty ol Brooking, D. T.,
small-pox. supposed to hat bcea brought
by emigrant, wa spreading rapidly on
th 9U. roar death had already so
rarrcdi '- :;" :- ' "
At a furnace ' la Hickman County,
Tenii., aa accident occurred a few day
ago by which three men were burned to
death- by malted Iron and another was
fatally injured. ,'
A Mount Jackson, Vs., aa in on diary
fir a few mornings ago destroyed Bin
buainee house and ths Lutheran Choroh.
i Tn sat lath Carondelet (Mo.) Poet
tffloe was wrecked by robbers tb other
light, who secured $260 and a lot of pott
age stamps and registered Utters. "
' Taa 100th anniversary of tb birth of Dr.
Graham, tb Kentucky pioneer, wa cele
brated oa the 10th at Louisville.
' t. H. ACKiAN ha been nominated for
Congressman by the Republican ot th
Thb nude and hsadleas body f Mr.
BtUwell Hendenhot was found In aclatera
near Troy, Ind., a tew evenings ago, aad
suspicion resting oa the family ,th kua
Dand and his two scats, F. H. aad Winiant'
Headerabot, were latrreeted. At tk lav
reattgatioa oa th 10th F. H. BcadertacS
acknowledged killing hie mother, and thi
old man alao criminated himulf. .nil tints
were held, while William waa released.
The murdered woman held a deed to ths
farm, and wa killed because she would
bos reiinquisa re.
. Wilson ot MoO ill's tobacco factory al
Petersburg, Va., employ lng three hundred
operativea, has shut down, owing to thi
scarcity of tobacco.
Ob th 10th tiokcts were selling fron"
Chicago to Kansas City for $L10, and U
Omaha tor $1.60.
A firb a few day ago destroyed ths
Third Presbyterian Church, at the onrnei
of Ashland and Ogden avenuee, Chicago.
Leas, $100,000; Insurance, $81,000.
The exeoution ot Charlea W. Butler oo
eurred oa th 10th at Columbia City, IniL,
A cyclone which swept through Cata
nia, Sicily, a few daya ago, killed twenty
person and wounded fifty others.
. President Gbivy, of France, ' has
granted 60,000 franca for tbe relief of un
employed workmen at Lyons.
Dcbjno the twetty-fonr hour ended al ,
nine p. m. on tbe 9th reports of the cholera
in Italy showed 146 fresh caaes and Ti
deatha, againat 197 cases and 97 deaths
the preceding twenty-four boura. Twc
deatha occurred in Spain and six in
Thb Russian autboritie hav closed the
University ot Kiel! and one hundred and
sixty-eight ot the students were arrested,
charged with being connected with ths
At Harbor Grace, N. P., Orange disturb
ances were again developing on the 9th,
and tb gatea ot tbe convent were torn
down and flung into tbe sea. One River
bead man waa beaten almost to death by
Soldiers of the Cuban army have not
been paid for six months, and on tbe 9tb
they were almost starving. In the inte
rior towns ot the island they obtained food
Br the blowing up of the Hamilton Pow
der Mills at Cumminsvllle,- Ont, a few
days ago four men were killed and two
others were injured.
The report waa confirmed on the 9th oi
tbe defeat ot the Chinese by the French -under
Colonel Dennier on tbe Loo Chnan
River, In Tonquin. The losa of tbe Co
leatiala was stated to hav been about
1,000. v :
Twenty-seven persona were killed and
400 injured by tbe recent cyclone is
Catania, on the ' Island ot Sicily. Ths
il.mim BnuM amMinl .rt A Anft n.M 1M
Tbb winnings of Mr. Hammond, the
owner ot the English raoe-borae St, Gatlen,"
on the turf during tbe present racing Ma
son ar estimated at $769,000. - Mr. HarnT
' mond commenced life as a stable boy. -
An explosion of fire-damp occurred re
cently in the mine at Ostran, in Moravia,
cauaing tbe death of twenty persons.
At a recent meeting of four thousand
unemployed man at Glasgow, Scotland,
resolutions were passed demanding assist,
ance from the local authorities.
There were during th twenty-fom
hours ended - at nine p. m. on the loth 121
new cases of cholera in Italy and seventy
deaths. Ouiy four deatha were reported
It was suggested at the aeaaion of tbe
Meridian Congress at Washington on tbe
1 1th that the prime meridian should pass
through Bethlehem. Tbe clergy who en
dorse this location claim tha't aa the date
Is reckoned from tbe year of the birth of
Christ by Christian notions, the ili.ti-rmina-ation
of the meridian aa the prim- which
marks the place of his birth would be most
Thb bonded warehouse of J. G. Roach, at
Unlonport, Ind., was destroyed by fire on
tbe night ot the 10th. There were 2,002
Ii m I a nt 1 1, ru. v.-r .si I A whl.lrw a f nrarl
therein, which wae all lost, f hn loss la
about $170,000; Insurance two-thirds.
James, the notorious resurrectionist, waa
arrested at Washington City on the night
of the 11th, with two colored assistants, In
the art of removing two bodies to a medi
cal college which were extracted from a
Thb Electrical Exhibition at Philadel
phia closed on the 11th. According to the
statement of the management, the attend- '
ance bat exceeded tbe estimate, about 2W,
OHO people having visited it. At least 20,
OiiO passed through tbe turn-stiles tbe last
dsy it was open.
Thb large snuff factory of A. J. Camp-
bell ft Co., near Petersburg-!, Va., was'
burned on the 10th. Th contents of tb
building consisted ot BO.OoO pounds of '
anufT, 60,000 pounds of leaf tobacco, 40,000
pounds ot stems and 16,000 pounds of
flavoring. Ths loss is $16,000; Insurance
Tas will of Mrs. Granger wa probated '
at Byracueo, N. Y.. oa ths 11th. Under It .
General M. M. Leavenworth gets $100,000 ;
aad her relatives 160,004 ,. ; ' '
Mas. R. Reynolds, slxty-ala year of ;
age, a resiaent oc tsrocxton. Mass was
frightened to death oai tbe 11th by tbe ex
plode of a lamp. Bh died within aa '.
hour afterwards of heart disaaae, , k
' William And rich, a boy aged flfteea
yeara, whil oiling tb saaohbtary . at the f
Repablle Iron works, fell between the cog
wheels and before be oould be sxtrlcatsed '
his body was literally ground to pises,. , )
A disastrous collision oucsried on the
afternoon of tb 12th'at Hunker's Station, ,'
on tbe eouth-weet branch ot th Pennsyl
vania railroad, near Hamburg, Pa., result-1
lng In tbe wrecking of forty loaded
cars of coke, which took Br ana burned, ,
aeinoiieaing sots enginee, instantly sunns; ,
John Ley ton, brakeman, and eerioaaly ba
Ittrlng Conductor Goodwin, Engineer'
Thompson and Brakemaa Springer.
! Obitvaby aotloe of Theodore Perry aad "
Henry Rowland, two old bosiness man of
New York City, were posted at tbe Pro
dno Exchange ia that city oa tb Uth. r
i Tbb safe of J. Ailea, dealer la merchan-,'
diss and machinery at Livingston, Wis.,
was blow opea by burglars oa ths night "
of th 10th and $800 la currency and $J0,0O ,
in tmese takeaw- A portion of the notes
were found afterward at the oaul yard.