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A.' Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Folitics, Agriculture, Science, Art, Poetry' Etc.
WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1884.
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POST.. ! KICK DKPAKTMKNT.
FI'IC i hour from 7 A. m. to 8 p m.
a, a, a i. r. b.
Going North, 8:!l i. m 1:46 p. m., 8:00 p. m.
Going Bomb. S::il u. m., 8:00 p. m.
Mails Distributed: - . .
From North, 7:ii0 a. m.,0:.'IUe.m. , f . '
From South, 7:0U a. m., 4:110 p. m, . . .
W. A L. E. R. R.
Going Enst, !: a. m.
Going West,:Gup. m.
From Ktist, 7:Ua. m.
Ifroui Wont, 12:00 m.
Arrive, dally, 10:00 a. m.
Depart, dully, 11 :00 a. m.
Arrive, 12:00 m. Mondays, Wednosday andFrl
lays. Dopurt. :45 a. m. Tuesday!, Thursdays and
Arrive, dally, 9:01) a. m.
Depart, dully, 11:00 p. in.
Arrive, 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Dcpim, lo.u) a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
PiioKKOUTixn Attorney D. J. Nye.
Auomnt o. Hex it.
Thkahuhkk J. 11. Kobblns.
t'LKHK U. J, lWlS.
PnauiKr Calvin Enlgn.
UKCounmi-W. E. t'Hhoon.
Vhiiuatk JuiMm E. H. Hliimaa.
Buhvkydii T. li. Uowcn.
CoiiMifiiinNKiis E. P. UurreU, W, M. Cran
Jr . A. Kvurer.
lMrmtiAiiY DiniOTOKS I. B. Strew, Mr. Pos
Trudtku A. D. Perkins, Homer Allyn? 8.
Ci.miK-J. W. Wilbur.
Tiisahi;hkh A. U. I.anbert.
Ashkshoh It. N. Omnlwln.
CoNHTAii'.itu E. dun In. K Ha kctt.
Jitstk t.h r tub I'Kict T. W. Urovolnf,
Matoh W. R. Wean.
CciunoimrK-A. D. I'orkinu, W. 8. Motcali
C. V. liomoiiway, il. V. Lauy, W. U. buutluy
8. 8. Halt
Clshk H. N. Onodwin.
Thsahuhkii J. H. Wlyht.
MahkhaiK. HackelL '
( nirr Enoikkkh I'ihs DiPAnmaifT 8. A.
McMaKns or rni Board or Kdcoatiow J,
R. Wight, K K. Wehatvr. J. W. Wilbur, 8. Wlo-
duukur, W. 1U sunuey, J, w. tiouguton.
, OFFICERS OF BOARD. -rnitniDiiST
J. W. HmigbtoD.
Ci jtRK W. R. BaMlnr.
TitiAnmiiH J. H. Wlvlit.
HuraiuTBHu(KT or Souools R. B. Klnnl-
1MHr 0CHKl.A tlOWl. H)K H,
1 Northwest cornor Roulh Main and Mar-
yar strout. Hcrvl,-o. Cnt.bnih. 10::1 a. m., 7:10
p. m. BabbMli school, 12 HI m. Youni- peo
ples moetiiiH', l:uu p. m. wuomy prayer meec
mil int i-piHi or iL rsii m il.
J I Kst side Public Square, Kuv. M. K.War
nur, iinlr.r. Kt-rvlciii, n:uua. ni. anrt7:H0p.
in. flulibuth school. 12:10 m. HooIhI nieothurs
0:(Op. m. Vuunv peoples mortlnif, '1 uonlay,
IM n. m. llciiiilarwwkly pruyer mifllMK.
Thursday orcniiiK. PHSKir's rt-sltlpnoo on
Coiilantl Avrniio. illnytly In mar of church.
-rviai'iPl.f I III IK II. West Liberty Rt.
1J llv, P. H.Moore, nictor. Services, 10:)
I. m., 7:10 p. m. Subliulb school, l:l) m.
KuirulHr weekly prayer incclliur, Thuinluy
IT 1. lUH.HKOOK, Dentist. Office over
11. Hustetl's store, In Unnk Uulldinic,
Wellington, Ohio. Nltmus oxlils (as adinln'
Stored for the ei traction of toeth.
rp inrCLAK'N, H. U., Pbysclan and 8ur
1 . Kon. Calls from village and country
will receive prompt attention. Olhoe ovor H.
(1. Starr's drug store; telephone No. 6. Resi
dence, wiulh Mam street; totepnone no. n.
l u. J. m n r. HomuMioatlilst. Calls at all
1J hours promptly atunnlwl. Olhce and
resldenoo,West side Publlo Square; telephone
UN. UOOUWIN. Insurniiee Airnnt and
1 1. Notary Public lunurunoo, deeds, mort-
. Lr w 1 1 1 a i,.n ui imiunimH. nu.. wriLLun in
namt ami llivul mann.M tfllllM nVnr BairiaaTll'a
) joot and shoe store.
FIRST NATIONAL U4K, Welllnulon,
0 does a aeneral banklnv business.
rays and sells New York exobanire. Uovern
oient bonds, ete. 8. 8. Warner. President: IU
A. Horr, Cashier. William Cushion, Assistant
HHINU your Printing to the EKTsnpitisi
Offloe, All klM'ls of Printlns; done neatly
and promptlf, Ontuv, w., si4 PublMaiiuarit,
ever nouKinon s uruf store.
17UGBH HWHINHUN.'tke Barber, keep
J one of the ueateat, most convenient Bar
ber Shops in town. Only Brat-alast workmsn
mployed, A full assortment of hair oils, po
made and heir raatoratlvee. Pine bath-room
jnoonneotlon and furnished at all bors lta
hot aad oold water aud all neoaesary oonvenl
nee. Rooms. South Me Lloerty street.
P. MA WTf.LLIC. Photographer. Plo?
all the utelmpTOTeiaeata.it the art. Enmrs
nenu for sluing sbeukl, wheawrer praoUeo
hie, be mad la ad ranee. OaJleryertjt fewi-
- urafl u averv I1TM ua iuiit aWraKAa,
7 as nail sm mepaoit mm, wu,v.
nWAIISWOttTH !. Planing Hill,
a. Hontll ..arlnu m.l.ililm hlanlntf. mtO-
don to order. Dealers In lumber, lath, shin-
rlu door, mb, blind, moulding nddree
nmtlarnf .HanMa V , U.mlln', TmmA
store. Welling ion, O, '
JV, BOUOHTeit, dealer In spootaoles,
. eye glasses, reading glaaaua, opera
glasses, teletoopes, and a full Tine of optloal
good. Oold, silver, steel, rubber and cellu
loid frame of the Bnett grade kept In stock.
. a' iteniii
Untitling and repairing old framue don to
Mat dlftloult eyes a tpeoUltr. Of-
T POLAND, Manufacturer of CorrlnBM, Wag-
ou Mid Sleighs, North Main St. W eilingtou,
ii : nci:o, ;,
n. a. n.
Meats on thessc-
end and fourth
ings of each
Post rooms in
.J. J. Thomas, '
V. L. Cook.
9 iv. up n.
f .... ....
Q 'Wellington, - Ohio.
Jlfleil ni nini unit, .. ....v-.
each uionUi. ltooms In Lmerwu s block.
V. r. BUKLaXW, xvicraw.
TT. JoBDAK, Rrporitr.
Tlie best Massillon Lmiinaud Kut Cmrl,
MuMtillon Kennel Coal. - me best Ilnra
Coal a market. Ofllce above Bank.
FRANKS. TITUS & Co.
O-velaml, Olumbun, CinctniiHtl and
TEE GREAT CENTRAL TEENS ROUTE
Tlirniwh car with connections in
Union DepuM. Only direct lint) Vlft
NEW VOKK AND NEW ENGLAND.
Direct connections for all Southern South
western, and Western points, either by way
of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or St. i.ouls. Di
rect connection In Union Depot at Bu Louis
for all railway towns in Missouri, Arkansas,
Teiss, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, New
Meilco, Old Mexico, aud the Pacific coast
Fast Time, New Equipment and runnlnn
throuch the moat , opulous part of the coun
try; possessing every appliance for speed
and comfort known to be servlcable.
The Best Itoadbod and tho Safest
Road in the West.
Tickets liv Hi Iw popular route for sale at
all regular Ticket Unices.
From and after June 8. 1M84, until further
notice, trains on this road will pass Welling
ton at follows:
THa. a oin. A 81. Iinlt Express 8 90 a.m.
No. H7-'lnv d A Col's Ex
No. H-Nlght Eip.it.
, ft.gft p. n,
.... Rflop. m.
,...,7.90 a. m.
No. -;cht Kinross S.nHa. m.
No. U-Uslloa A Clevud Ac 7.1)0 a. oi.
No. W St. Louis A N. Y. Ex 0.41 p. m.
No. sCinclnntll A Clevo'd Ex H.WI p. m.
No. H4-Local Fnlght 8 0) p. m.
E. B. THOMAS, 0. B. SKINNER,
Gen. Manager. Traffic Manager.
A. J. SMITH, Gen. Pat. AgU
WSEELINS & LASS ERIE RAILROAD
Cleveland & Marietta E. B.
Front and after May 18, 1
(her notice, trains on this
Wellington as followst
No l... I,;....,',,, I0.45a.sa.
No. t (.Wp.m.
vr. Jt a a ..
T No. 17 Lota)...,. i 9.10 a.m.
OOINO WEST. '
lfc,' :... 1.88 a.m.
No. ...... l!,S0a.m.
No. 8 , ,,, 8.7p. m.
No. 18 Local 4SBp.n.
Trains 1, t, 1 and I dally. 4 and T dally, except
- ' COMMKCTIOMS.
Toledo ' Tlth sll lines nterlng th elty. -rremv,
- With L. K. A W. B B.
Clrde-Wlth I. B. W. R. U. '
Btlltra With N. Y. 0. m St. L. R. R.
Monrorlll-Wlth B. A O. R. R.
WslllDgton-Wlth C. k I. Ry.
Cnaton-Wlth N. V.. P. M O. H. R. N .
Orrvlll-Wlth 0. A. A 0. B. R. and p., Ft. W,
A G. H. It '
Maaalllon-Wlth P.. Ft, W. C. K. fl. and O.,
T. V. W. It. H. i
Valley Jooctlon With Vall.y R. A.
Canal Dot r-With 0. V. R. B. and C, T. V.
41 W. R. R.
N'wcomtown With P, 0. A Bt. L. R. R.
OaBibrldgswWUh B. A 0. R. R.
Polat PUtHnt With W. 0. M. B. B.
liarlatts With M. A 0. R. R.
V. D. WOODFORD, '. , JAB. V. HALL,
Oea.gopt Oen. P.Agt
t9"Brlng your Job Printing to the
Emtirprisb office. We are constantly
adding new styles and novelties, and
can give you as good a Job as yu can
get in tne city-,. try us
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; POLITICAL PARAGBAPH8.
Iffl-The Cleveland Democrat are
rettinsr blue in the face. They are more
remote from victory to-day than when
khey placed their moral prodigy in
nomination, "wnom tne gou wonia
destroy they first make nvad,'' iV". X.
Wooe. ' "
kSOeneral Grant has . declined a
place on the Republican electoral tioket
he "If out o( poliUcs," He has
(evinced, his interest in Kapubiican suc
cess, however, by the statement that
never before was It so essential as it will
be this year. '
xe-Ths ireneral ittdflrement of the
Pemocratio press is that Mr. Blaine's
trip West is "an insult to the people."
This is the first time in history, we be
lieve, that the people have been known
to drop their business and gather in
great, enthusiastic crowds just to get
t, , i i . i
merasuive insuitcu. ,
p&An Eastern Democratic editor
wrote: "There are more Dcmooratie
banners in this town than any other of
its size in the State." When, however,
the enterprising printer mode it "Dam
ocratlo bnmmnrs," the editor took to
the woods, and Is having a camp-meet
ing all by himself.--San J ranciseo rou.
jfc-grThe people of Vermont are to be
congratulated on the healthy condition
of their tlnances, as exhibited in (Gov
ernor Pingree's message to the Legisla
ture. The excess of availnMo assets
over liabillttes is $1:',000. Vermont is
not a "doubtful" State. It is always
Republican, which probably accoun s
for this admirable showing.
BgTAbout all there ever was of
Grover Cleveland was the 190,000 ma
jority inflicted upon blm, like molasses
poured on a fly, by Republicans. The
molasses has now been poured off, and
the empty measure contains the fly and
some few dudes with their wings stuck
together, unable to get out, unlit to bo
eaten, too sweet to separate, QaUu
t&Jiu itemized bill of particulars,
published br tho National Republican.
shows that in thirty-one years of Demo
cratic administration the sums due the
Government from Democratic defaulters
were jll,4uo,8il IP, all still due and
unpaid. That Is a pretty record be
hind a party that is howling for reform
as a plea lor getting into power agatni
JfttTlf Mr. Blaine's toir is so unbecom
Ingand so damaging, as the Democratic
papers say, we suould think they would
encourage blm to prolong It, Instead of
clamoring so loud against it, and tolling
him how much better it is for a itchi
tential candidate to stay at homo with
his mouth locked and the combination
lost, like nloo, modest, self-contained
Mr. Cleveland. fit Louis (Hobo-Demo
JttayThe Boston Po't, a faithful Den.'
ocrntio laborer, announces that Mr,
Tildon Is soon to sail on his yacht for
the West Indies to be irone for sa
months. Mr. Tildon will thus be un
able to go to the polls, or In any way
to manliest that seal for Mr. Cleveland
which has not yet found expression
even In the long promised letter for
which the faithful have been so long
jjjy-TheNow York Sun, speaking for
its own party, says that "the defeat of
Grover Cleveland is the most important
sorvlce that can now be rendered to the
Democracy." In this view of the case
tho Republicans are likely to fullill the
Scriptural injunction by doing good to
their enemies; for the defeat of Cleve
land is precisely the service they are
likolyto rendur to the Democracy.
TUCKEE, CALDEE & CO'S
la the Best and Cheapest. It Is StyUab
auu it. a .riDctiy, pom ujr
E. K GOODRICH.
Abont Hprlng Water.
The sun-tit, ntnat effective, least costly
remedy fur I abltual costlveness is Ziipesu,
Better than all aperients or spring wmers
that ever bubbles), fur It is certain, rffec
tuul and pleasant, acting npon the liver
aud digestive organs. It . invigorates,
strengthens, looaens an J remove. Keeps
elf ague, fevers, malnrla, biliousness
makes appetite good, sleep sound, nerves
strong, brain quitt, blood pure, breath
sweet, taste good, regulates the bowels
only, by acting upon the liver sod diges
tion, wet a sample, . u vm
Oae Bottle Instead of a Doien. , ',
"And ll took only one bottle to do it.1
said a gentleman speaking ol Parker's Hitlr
Balsam.. . i naa a ran oi lever, ana when I
got well of that my hair began to fall oat
so fast as to alarm me. I really didn't
know what to do until one day a friend
said, 'Try Parker's 11 air Balsam.1 That
was some months ago. What surprised ma
was the I act that one bottle was .enough.
I expected to use adoxen. Clean, highly
pertumed, not oily, not a dye. ' ' Restores
n.UIn.l . '..! I'll irul
viijiubi vvmii i '''i(i.'l j i
The eleeant I. litis tilnterl arraw ton nn
"Teaberry", makes it the chespeet, most
peneci, ana most itecnerone 'or an toilet
exquisi.es. wei a sauipie, .
i-KeW velvet red tissue, for paper flow.
rstHoutnton's. ;;, ;;
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Dr. PreMtler'B Root ItltUra.
rrail-T's Root BltUirS set ctrohgly on th llvr soil
kidneys, ke th tmh seen aad' regalar, makt
th weak strong, heal the loaga, katIM op th am.
aad laaa th Mood 4 yMei tt mry Imparity
Pries It, or ill betUt a by expres r.pald for es.u)
, rHAZIBH MEUIGIN CO.
i mi, ' . . ,. CuaratAJip, O,
EPITOME OF THE WEEK.
Interesting' Newt ampliation.
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M;: FROM WASHINGTON.
In exchanges at twenty-six leading
clearing-boasts 1b the United Btates dur
ing the week ended on the 11th aggregated
T,757,S51, against 80o,001,166 the pr.
vioua wek. As comriared with the corre
sponding period of 1883, th claarlntfs lndl
oisted a decrease of 83.1 per cent
TBI Bapreme Coort of the united Btates
met on the 13th. The number of case on
the docket was 1,035, or M less than at th
oorrpond!ng time last year. '
Tira President arrived In Wathlngton
on the 11th and appointed Frank Hatton
FostmasUr-Oaneral, the oath of offloe be-'
Ing administered by James Lawrenton
who has performed the same nfflce for
twenty-two Postmaster-Generals, begin
ning with Postmaster-General Wlckllffe,
of Kentucky, In 184L
A btatxmkst has bean prepared by th
Director of the Mint In regard to th pres
ent Anonoy circulation In the thirty-nine
principal countries of the world as com
pared with the circulation reported a year
ago, ' which shows a deorease in gold
circulation of 'abont Si.3,000,000, en In
crease In silver circulation of $12,000,000,
aud an Increase in paper circulation of
Tains were 231 business failures In the
United Btates and Canada during the sev
en days ended on the 17th, against 237 th
previous seven days. The distribution
was as follows: Middle States, 52; New
England Btates, 20; Western, 60; South
ern, 40; Paclflo Btates and Territories, 19;'
, '-, THE EAST.
Pitonuci exports from Mew York during
tb seven days ended on the 14th reached
15,051,000, against $7,110,000 the previous
Bavvxl a Latham aud Silas B. Latham,
two brothers, with their wives, celebrated
their golden weddings at Noank, Conn., a
few days ago. The two couples were the
parties to a double wedding In 1831.
lit a number of the glass factories In
Pittsburgh, Pa., the boys struck on th
Hth for an advance of from three to ten
cents per day In their .wages. Th facto
ries were closed.
A CTCiOKi on the 11th swept over Au
burn, Me., destroying numerous barns,
unroofing several houses, and blowing
down tree and fences. No Uvea wen
On the 11th Justin 8. Morrill was re
elected., th United Btates Benat by th
A scsriif sioh of mining one week In No
vember and two weeks in December har
been ordered by the Pennsylvania coal
A rxw days ago coke train collided
near Monongabela City, Pa., wrecking an
engine and twelve cars, killing a fireman,
and fatally scalding an engineer.
The mills at Fall River, Mass., decided
on the 15th to close for a week, rendering
ten thousand persons Idle. If there were
no Improvement In prices the mills would
probably remain closed for an Indefinite
A bbonzb statue of John Harvard,
founder of Harvard University, was un
veiled at Boston on the 15th.
AT Hell Gate, near New York, the light
house wet illuminated on the evening of
the 15th by nine electrio lamps, which
wore said to bo visible for fifty miles.
Niab Somerset, Pa., two Hungarians
were killed a few) days ago by the explo
sion which followed their attempt to drill
out a dynamite cartridge with aorowbar.
Thi firm of James Legg & Co., pro
prietors pf the Maplevlile Mills at Bur
rellville, R. L, made an assignment re
cently, thoir liabilities being $400,000. .
Til house of Nulson Ilelfrick, near Bt,
Boniface, Pa., was robbed a few nights
ago by four masked men of $1,700 In gold.
Tuc trotter Mayblrd, for whomW.000
bad been refused, dropped dead at Mystlo
Park, Boston, tho other day, after trotting
In the 2:23 class.
The Democrats of the Third New Jersey
District have nominated B. 8. Green for
Cougrttiman, and th Psopla's party In
Mattaohuaette bat made th following
nominations! First District, T. D. Stow;
Eighth, W. K. Eastman Ninth, Hnry
CoaoagasiOBAi, nominations ware mad
on tb 16th a follows i ' Republican
Pennsylvania, Fourteenth District, Frank
M. Bound. Prohibitionist MaatachutetU,
Tenth District, W. H. Earl.
O th lOth seventy aoree of cedar tim
ber bad been destroyed by fire In Big Egg
Harbor Swamp, V; J., and an (Xtenslv
cranberry bog was threatened. '
la th Central Paatflo Milt el Lawrence,
Ma., go exploded a tew days ago, de
stroying th Daptha bouse, ahatteriog Itf
window aad fatally Injuring two men.
A naa recently destroyed the station el
tb Pnnylvanla and Reading Road la
Trantoa, N. J. Th fire caught from a gas
Mis Lrasi vTallacw tapped from Ue
ear at Harris burgh, Pa., oa th 16th la
front of a moving train. Harry Foster
rushed to th resooe, but both were oat In
la various pert of Raw , Hampahlr
snow fall en the 18th to th depth of four
A raw arsnlngs ago three young men
were ran over and killed by the, oar at
Elisabeth, IT. J.
At a meeting of the director la New
York on tb 16th John King was sleeted
President of tb Erl road.
In th wood end swamp la , Atlanta
County, If. J., Or continued on the 17th,
th Lake oranberry bog aad S75 acre ;ot
th Atlaatlo Company's bog he-ring ba
barasaV ', ''.-
Tax oarpt factory of James MoAde, In
Philadelphia, was destroyed by Ire a few
days ago, eautlng a loss of $160, 0S0,
P. W. Jambs has been nominated for
Con great men by th Republican of th
Third Pennsylvania District
A tr Annan named William Mn Master, ol
Btratfovd Vi who drinklog habits had
AUtipated hat fortune, bns.dttnncda4iy
creditor th other day, went out to hit
barn and hanged himself. .
DiSPATOnaa on th ITth to JJrodttrtet'i
from leading but In tat centers confirmed i
prevreua reports . that general tradf
throughout the United Stat was decided
Oh tb 17th hog cholera prevailed to an
alarming extent near Lancaster, Pa,
A afOBTOAoa was recently filed by th
.New York, Ontario & Western Railroad
of $1,000,000 to th Mercantile Trust Com
pany of New York. The money was bor
rowed to complete, qulp- and operate the
regular and leased lines. ...
Thb other day John F. Qulnn, Jr., a
prominent . cltlisn of St. Clair, Pa., and
Captain Joseph H. Denning were killed
by ooal gas in a mln.
In the Vermont Legislature a bill wai
introduced on the17th by the opponent
of capital ponithment by hanging, provid
ing tor th txecutlon of murderers by also
triclty. ' . .
. WEST AND SOUTH.
. CororxssIosal nomination were mad
on tb 15th a follows: Republican
Louisiana, Second District, Michael Hahn.
Democratic Kentucky, Second District,
Polk Luffoon; Wyoming, Morton E. Post
A btbuooli took place a few evenings
ago while a Vigilance Committee was at
tempting to arrest two desperadoes at
Unlontown, Ind., during which two men
and two women were fatally wounded.
The desperadoes escaped.
A riRB a few mornings ago destroyed a
section of th business part of Lawrence
lit attempting to prevent a pralrl fire
near Jamestown, D. T., a few days ago
Mrs. Carl Bchroeder and a three-year-old
child were burned to death.
Bomb persons unknown recently threw
poison Into the well of John Gaumer, near
Coshocton, O., and tb entire family, six
persons, drank of the water. They war
prostrated on the 15th, and none of them
were expected to recover.
A waoo containing three persons was
struck by a train a few days ago at Elk
ton, ML, all being Instantly killed, and the
bones and wagon destroyed.
The failure is announoed of Heldmeysr
St Rtlejlltx, of Chicago,' large : wholesale
dealen in woolens, with liabilities of about
A niAVT frost was reported In Virginia
on the night of tb lfith, which damaged
The other morning th steamer Defiance
and five hundred bale of cotton wen
eonaumed by BreaA Newborn, IS. C, toe
total lot reaching $50,000.
James Killt and George Bwann, both
colored, quarreled about political mattera
at Cincinnati on the 15th. Kelly stabbed
Bwann an d Bwann shot Kelly.thelr wounds
being fa tab
The other day Matt B. Perkinson rode
to the bouse of Derby P. Payne at Deer
Trail, forty mile from Denver, and be
cause Payne could not pay $30 he owed
him, Perkinson thot him dead and surren
dered. The Republicans of th Flnt Boutb
Carolina District have nominated William
N. Taft for Congressman.
AT La Crotte, Wis., wbil a Republican
procession wo being formed on the even
ing of the loth F. A. Burton, President of
the Blaine and Logan Club, was shot dead
by a man known at "Scotty," but no mo
tive for the murder was known. Th crim
inal wat taken to Jail, but watlftoon after
secured by a party of cltixens and banged
to a tree.
Br the explosion of a coal-oil lamp at
Cr Is field, Md., on tb 10th a conflagration
was started which destroyed forty build
lugs, mainly oyster packing house, .the
losses aggregating $100,000.
The dispatches of the 17th from Ohio In
dicated that at the recent election General
Robinson (Rep.) received a plurality of
about 12,000 for Secretary of State. The
Prohibition vote was about 6,000. The
Congressional delegation would stand
eleven Democrats and ten Republicans, as
follows: 1st District, B. Butterworth, R.
(Rep. gain); 2d, Charles E. Brown, R.
(Hop. gain); 3d, J. E. Campbell, D. 4th,
C. M. Anderson, D.; 6th, B. L Fevrs, D.;
6th, W. D. Hill, D. 7th, O. E. Beney, D.;
8tb, John Little, R. 8tb, W. a Cooper,
R.J 10th, Jacob Roroels, R. (Rep. gain);
11th, W. W. Elliberry, D. 12th, A. G.
Thompson, R.; 13tu, J. H. Outhwalte, D.
11th, C. H. Orotvenor, R.; 15th, & Wilk
Ins. D. 16.b, O. W. Geddes, -D.i 17th, A.
J. Warner, D. 18tb, Isaac H. Taylor, R.
19:h, Eire a Taylor, R.I 10th, William
MoKinley, R. list, M. A. Foran, D.
On th 17th J. R. WUliama, a lawyer at
David City, Neb., abeoonded, and hi de
falcation were plaosd at $4,000.
la Alabama and other part of th South
Ih drought had continued for eleven
week en the 17th, land cattle had to be
driven long distance t preeare waken
Tb ootton end other crop war burnt up,
while turnips, the mala staple tor Hook
feed, were a complete failure, i
Mbab Batavia, (X, a passenger train
want through a bridge ea th 17th, fail log
a dlaU.no ef forty feet Engineer WWmr
' and Fireman Jen ware Instantly killed,
tw paeaengtra were fatally Injured, and
Mvsral other were badly bruited.
F. B. Wabbbb ha been aemlaated for
Congreeeman by th RtpubUoaas ef Wye
A raw days ago th aged father ef Mrs.
Henry Curtis, of Lafayette, Ind., who had
been extremely deaf orflyisara, was ttai
tied by a load peal st ihandsr daring a
storm, and his hearing eras eosnplttely re
stored. On th 17th th returns from th recent
aUotlon la West Virginia Indicated the
ineoea of the Dmooralle tioket by about
1,000 majority and the elect ef the four
DemooraUo oasdldaaas for Csagrswinea.
Taa Coreletaa ranch, Mr Laredo, Ttxu,
woe vttlted by hlgltwaytnea th other
night, wbojttol 110,000 belonging t Moa
al Vldanri, tb preprietev. No an-ests.
3. Bwarroan, a Bute Senator, was shot
and killed In a street fight with Monroe
Hudson, th jailer at Sparta, Tenth, a tow
days ago. ' , ' ; ; . ..
TTATSOtaA BWtUBI tnbaoeo foote-
as ec te' ltsralv?ltrstembtaK, Vii'
which aaepecdetl-i opmstlo i tome wssirs
go, ha reaumeeV work. U'mploja4aa ,
hundred eperatere. ,, ,
At Barneerille, Ga., a recent fire -destroyed
th busiest quarter of the town.
causing a loss of $400,000. .
Tbb failure of the Harrison wire Com- ,
peny of Bt i-otus lor wv,taw is au-
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.' .:
Dtraino a recent engagement between
the French and Chinese force la Tonquln. ' ,
tbCbin lost three thousand men, In-1
eluding their chief eommaoder. The1'
French losses were twenty men, and nine- -ty
were wounded. I
Thomas Harrisoh, of Boston, the boy.
preacher, has eommenoed a series of evan
gelical (ervloes in Elm Street Methodist
Tbb Governmentof Mexico baa furnished '
the Governor of Jalisco five thousand sol
dlers to suppress outlaws operating in
that State. '
A LtvBarooi, detective arretted a Hun
garian on th 16th who bad Jutt arrived
from Philadelphia, and found In his bag
gag thirty small package of dynamite.
A passerobb train on th Canada South
ern Road collided a few day ago at Til
bury, Ont, with a construction train on a
curve. Engineer Cos was crashed to
death, and six other persons were Injured.
Oil the 16th Smith, the head of the pat
ent medicine firm of Smith, Bro. & Co., In
Montreal, was said to have absconded
aoroa th border, leaving liabilities of
$40,000 and very little assets.
Orr Louisberg, N. 8., the schooner
Charlat. Valentine, from Halifax, was
wrecked th other night, and the crew of
six men were supposed to have perished.
Aovtoxs of th 16th from Cairo stated
that provision war extremely scarce
throughout th whale country from Ber
ber to Khartoum, and from the River Nil
to the Dead Bea. Much suffering was
feared. . 't
There were 229 new case of cholera la
Italy and UO'deatha during tb twenty- -four
houre ended at nine p. m. on the 10th,
of which 95 new cae and 19 deaths oc
curred In Naples., '
Railway laborers and whisky tillers ,
were said to bold sway on th 17th la
Michlpiooton, a Canadian town on Lake
Buperlor, and were driving out th re
spectable population. They had broken
open the jail and let the prisoners escape,
and had killed two constables. An armed
force was being organised at Bault St.
Marie to overawe the rioters. .. . . . -
' A Moscow recently on hundred nnl
vanity students broke tb windows of a
newspaper office, and were arrested. Th
Chief of Polios at Bt, Petersburg bad or
dered the : proprietors of hotels and
restaurant to remove the portrait of tb
Czar because of disrespect shown by th
Tbb death of Alexander M. Bull! van, on
of the founden of the home-rule movement
In Ireland and an ex-member of Parlia
ment, occurred In Dublin on the 17th, at
the age of fifty-four yean.
Is Italy there were 100 freih cases of
cholera and sixty-two deaths during the
twenty-four houre ended at nlu p. na oa
Tbaib wreckers placed obstructions on
tho track of the Boston ft Albany Rail,
road, near Klnderhook, Mass., on ths 18th
which threw the express off the track, kill
ing the engineer and severely injuring tb
conductor, fireman and baggtgemoster.
Attorney General O'Brien, of New
York, has decided that th personal prop
erty of clergymen and priests Is exempt
from taxation, also their real estate to tb
amount of $0,500.
A boilbb In tb sawmill of Isaac Whr
mn, In Ten Mil Creek, W, Vo., exploded ,
with terriflo force on tb 17th, killing two
end seriously injuring fly persons. Three
of the men were blown clear out of
the building, one being dismembered
and the others bsdly hurt The list
of killed and wounded It as '
follows: John Fox, killed; William
Worden, scalded to death; John Kotsebue.
fatally scalded: Henry Johnson, crushed
ay falling; Michael Andenon, burned fa
tally about the head; Jacob Stuart, blown
nut of the building, both legs broken!
George Loftki, serioutly burned. The en
gineer hod neglected nit boiler and th'
water went down, eautlng the explosion.
Tbb returns from svery precinct and ao
oettlble oounty in the State of West Vir
ginia places th Democratic majority on
the Stat ticket at about 4,600. The IU-
publicans elalra tb election of Congree.
men la tb First, Beoond and Fourth IX- I
Met. ' .in ..
Tbb statement of the New York oaao
elated banks tor tb wssk ended October
18 thowl th following change t Loan tw-
crease, $LOtt,000 specie decrease, $67,000 X
legal tenden Incre. $318,000; deposit.. ,
Increase, $oS5,000: circulation decreaee.
ain wu; reeerr decrease, (MT.UUu. lit
banks held $8179,000 In exeees of legal re- ' 1
quire ntenfa. i .
Tbb will of Mrs. Henry la Huntington, ''
of Cincinnati, by which she left' 1800,000 to 1
th Kpltoopel Chnreh ef Minnesota, was "
probated tome days ago. ' II now appear
that Mrs. Huntington had notaltkg to wiU.nr
for the reason that her worldly posssssiona ,
consisted merely of a life estate Uteres. ,,
which died with her.
Tbb wlf of John Iaabell, a real dent oi
Austin, Ark., fell In lore with a neighbor ,
and eloped with him oa th 11th, taking
her hatband's team of bone with them. '
They were overtaken by five man, who '
hanged bereompanloa to a tree and tamed
htr adrift after seising th horse and ell
Lbb Sabo, a Chinaman under sentence
to be hanged on the 7th ef November nsxt,
committed luiclda In the jail at Portland,
Oregon, en tb 19th by hanging himself to '
a hook fa th wall of his eel! '
Obbbbai, Bab pel Lappm, x-Btat
Treasurer of Kansas, was arrested at Port- ,'
land, Oregon, on the 18th oa Hie charge of '
forging $18,000 worth of State bonus ta ,
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IT Is reported that Mis Carrie Walton,
whose sad death upon Long'i Peak attract-,
d so much attention recently, hoe left her ,
fortune, amounting to between $JU0,0U0 and
$280,000 to th Boolety tor the Prevention,
of CratUar to Animals.. '
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