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A. Family Newspaper, Devoted, to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, loetry, Etc.
WELLINGTON' LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1884.
POHT.I KI-'ICK DKPAK'l MKNT.
FrlCn bourn from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m.
C, 0., 0. I. R. R.
' MhIIi Clone:
Going- North, R:H0 a. m., itsr, p. m., 8:00 p. m.
Going South. 8:H0 a. m., 8:U0 p. m.
From North, 1:M u. in., U:3u a. in.
From South, 7:00 a. m., 4:10 p. m,
W, S L E, H. H,
Going V.H't. 9:4B a. m.
Going Went, 8:00 p. m,
From Fut 7 :(u a. m.
From West 11' ;U) m.
Arrive, dully, 10:00 a. m.
Depart, dully, 11 :0U a. m.
Arrive, 13:00 m. Mondays, Wednesday and Fri
days. Depart, SMS a. m, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Arrive, dally, 9:00 a. m.
llopart duily, 2:0.1 p. in.
Arrive, 1:00 p. in. Tuesdays, Thuradnya and
lci.iri. In:t0 a. m. Tuosduys, Thursday! and
Piiohkciitinu ArroiiNEr D. J. Nye.
A'jin run . Hoot, a
Tiikamjhkk G. II. Kobblns.
Ci.t.iiK H i. Ia-wIs.
SiiKuiri calvin Knlgn.
l(ici:iil(i)KK W. 13. t ulioo.
)'hiii.t Juikik K. H. liinmaa.
Siiiivkvoii T. (J. Ilowun.
CoMMiKxtn.iKits K. P. Uurrull, W. M. Crau
Jall, A. Fauver.
iNniiuAitv Directors I. B.8traw, Mr. Fo-
TmraTr.ra A. 1). Perkins, lloinor Allyn, 8.
Ci.k.iik-J. W. Wilbur.
TitKAMrnr.il A. H. Lambert
Ahkkksoh K. N. Goodwin.
( (isktaiii.kh K. liooiiiiv. K. Ilwkctt.
Ji'hth'kh or Tim I'kack T. W. Browning,
K. B. Hunted.
Maviiii W. R Wean.
i'oiincii.mek-A. I). Perkins. W. B. Motcnlf.
C. V. lleinonway, M. W. Laug. W. U. bantlcy,
o. s. HniL
Clriik R. N. Goodwin.
Thiahitiikk J. H. Wight.
Mahhhal K. HacketL
ciuar Knqinkkk Fiiii Department 8. A.
Mr.tivRii, or tii Roard or FnnCATiow J,
H. WIkHi, K. F. Wehatur, J. W. Wilbur, 8. Win-
aeckur, w. it. Kantlcy, J. w. liouRUton.
OFFICKIW OF riOAUD.
PiiKFinr.NT J. W. Houghton.
CutHK W. K. 8nntlev.
Tiisasukkii J. H.Whrht
MurKuiKTC.xiiKNT or Schools R. II.' Klnnl
" Norlhwest corner Hoiith Mnln and Mnir
var street. rVrvlci'S. Pahbilh. Ill:: a. in., 7 :l0
.111. r-iini-ii ni,wi", ,..,. , ("
les' nu'cclnif. :W i m. Woekly prayer moot
iir. Thiirsditv evi'iilnif.
it,; nit iMf I l'".l'-M , I l H'
,1 Fnt side I'm' 'lie S.;unr ld-v. M. K Wnr-
hit. iiii-K.e ecrv in. mi . i h. iii. anil im ii.
m. Kiiblmlh school. 12 'dm. Smliil mectl'ie".
S:iH) p. in. Ymmsr iMiipli'n' inifi Inir, Tui'luy,
7:im p. in. iiceinur wcrsiy preycr nii-minir.
Thiinulnv eveulm.. fiimiir" n-litfiiei on
(Vtrt'aii-I Avonre. lrHi iv In ri",r nf rh'ni'h
Dlil rPI. rill Ki ll. Wont I.llirrty ft..
Ili-v. F. H. MKin iiiitor. Hprvlccn. I0:;W
h. m.. ":IM i in. Ha'idnih S'-IhmiI, I3.hi m.
Hexuhir wci-Lly pr.iy.'r niwiini;. Thiiinilny
HJ. IIOI.IIIKKlK, Dt'ntlKt. Ollli-, over
. Husteila store. In Hank Uulldlnir.
Wolllnirtoii, Ohio. Nitrous oxlds go admlu
Stored for the extraction of toetli.,
rp KIcCLAKkN, U.. Phyaclan and 8ui.
1 . ipkiii. Call, from vIIIuks and country
will rmnilva oroiniit attention. Ollios over H.
. Hturr'a drill. lore; Uiiuphona No. 6. Kool-
di nuc. South Main street; Uilrphoue No. 24.
1 H. J. HIHT, Hnmaxipathlnt.
Calls at all
1 nnurs promptly atiumiua
Publio Squaao; tulephone
1 N. CiMIUWIV. Insurance A lent and
iV. Noury Fublio. Insurance, dnods, mort
ages, wins, leases, ooutrac-ts, etc., written in
a neat and legal niaunor. OUloa oror Borage's
boot and shoe store.
1MRVT NATIONAL BOK, Wellington,
O., dnoa a general banking business,
buys and soils Nov Vork exchange. Govern.
went bonds, eto. B. 8. Warner, Frosidontt R.
A. Horr, Cashier, William Cushion, Assistant
1BIHt your Printing to the KNTSHrniHB
Jl omou. All kinds of Friiiling done neatly
and promptly. Oltlco, wrsl sldu ruuUw&juar.
ovr HnuKliiun's drug aiora.
EUSKNSJI elSMMMiiM. ike Harber, keen
aw mt she eeaiest. saeat eonveuiont liar
rthnsMMtuwa. Oair trauaiaw worluuua
maiored. A fall aaaortaaeut ef kalr oils, po
maAae and kalr rwiumtrvea. Ftue bath-rooms
s ..aa.oUou sad furauaed at all hours wltu
kolaa4 eoid atr and all aooewwry eonveul
Hoouis. aoutn sii i,Mny nn-et.
WCBiWTiLLK, Photographer. Piof
a urea in every style and fully abreast
all the late Improvements la the art. Bngage
ieou for sltuugs should, whenever praotiosy
ble, be nade In advance. Gallery over Uewt
by Hall's atorei tolephone No. T.
nWttttwsHTH A . Planlnir Mill.
uroll suwluv, matiiiniM. ilan.ii, iu,
ilouw l4 Mnler. lieulers in luiulwr, IhiIi, .IiIii
glea. dmra. aesli, lillnds, niouiilliiiis ami diivaud
luuiOar nf ail sorts, yard, uvar Uauillu's luwd
Uice. Weliiiiiruin, O.
TW. NOI UHiSk, deak-r In ShiHoIh,
. eye glaamis, reitillinr irlnSi". np'ra
arlasaea, UiIummiinm, and a full Una of optical
J roods. Uuld, sllvur, siwl, rulnxr an I ixiim
old franmuf llii'timul yru liw kepi In suiuk,
R.-niiliig and repslrlna nul rr,iuioa done to
order. Fitting dillk-ult en .pjciafiy. Of
Com, west side Pullie jur.
TDOLATf I, Manufacturer of Carriages, Wig
. on. and Sleighs, North Main Bt Wellington,
no. t.e, -
ond and fourth
ings of each
Pott rooms In
J. J, Tiiouas,
'rV. L. Cook.
Moeta rt end third V ednondnv eicnlntw ol
each month, llooma in Kmermr.'s blnek. ,
I). 1. riHiii.iM.H, Uiclut'":
W. JdKOAK. Jtrpnrtrr.
C O -u Hi I
The best MusHilion Llimp and Nut Coil,
MuKxillon Kennel Cual. Tbe best Hard
Coal Id market. ODIcc above Buuk.
FRANKS. TITUS & Co.
Ck'vclninl, Cultimbiia, ClnelnnHil and
THE GESAT CENTRAL IMl ROUTE
EAST V2V3D WEST
"Through cars with connections In
Union Di'pntH. Only tlli ecl Hue via
NEW YOKK ANI XKIV KNGLANO.
Direct connections for all Southern South
weMcrn. and Western points, cilhi-r by way
ol Cincinnati, Indianapolis or Bt. I.cinU. Di
rect t'oiiiirvtltin in L'tiii hi Depot at Bt. Louis
for all railway towiM ill Missouri, Arkansa,
Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, New
Mexico. Old Mexico, and the 1'acltic covet.
FskI Time, New K'ul)im nt and running
through the most I opulous part of thecouti
try; ponsi-ssiug every appliance for speed
and comfort known to be survlcalile.
The Best Roadbed and the Safest
Boad in the West.
Tickets bv this popular route for rale at
ull n-KUlar Ticket OQices.
Prom snd sfter Nov. lTlh. until farther not ire,
train, cm lliin mad alii para Welliugluu a. follows;
No. H-i'in. & SI. Louis Exprens 8 HO a, m.
No. gr-Ovc'd A t'ol's Ex ! 4.M p. m.
No. I Night Kxp.-e 8 SV p. ni.
No. 81 Local Freight 7. Wis. ui.
No. 8 Night ExnrcM 808 a.m.
No. ai-tla!iuD ( li ve rt Ar 7. AO a. in.
No. iM HI. IaiuI. A N. V. Fx 1 41 p. m.
No. 8 Cincinnati A C'ieve'd Kx 8 p. m.
No. 8-j-Loral Freight 1.43 p. m.
E. B. THOMAS, O. B. SKINNER,
Gun. Manager. Tralllc Manager.
A.J. SMITH, Oen. l'ss. Agt,
WHEELIS3 & LAEE ERIE RAILROAD
Cleveland 8t Mariotta E. R.
From and after Mar 18, 1884. until fut
ther uotlre, trains on this road will paw
Wellington as follows:
No. 1 10.45801,
No. 8 4 Nip m.
No. T 1. 89 p.m.
Ne. 17 Local 1. 10 a.m.
No. 8 8.85 a.m.
No. 4 II. a.m.
No. 8 8.87 p.m.
No. 18 Local 4.88 p.m.
Trains 1, 8, 8 and I daily. 4 and T dally, except
TolodoWlth all lines entering the city.
I remonl-Wlth 1 K. A W. R. B.
Cljde-Wllh I. It. A W. R. H.
B.llevae-With N. Y. C. A St. L. B. U.
MonmevllleWitk B. A O. K. R.
Wellington-Wlth C, C, C. A I. Ky.
CiMtonWlth N. Y.. P. A 0. H. R.
Orrvllle-With C, A. A 0. R. R. and P., Ft. W.
A C. R. It
M..lllna-Wlth P., Ft. W. A 0. B. R. and C,
T V A W R, R
Valley Jnnctlo'n-Wlth Valley It. R.
Canal Dover-With C. A P. R. R. and C, T. V.
W. R. R.
Neweomerstowo With P. 0. A St. L. R. R.
Cambridge-With B. A O. R. U.
rVnt PlM..nt With W. 0. A M. R. R.
MuVtta-Wllh M. A 0. It. R.
M. 0. WOODFORD, JAft. M. HALL,
Gen.gnpt - Gea. Pass. Agt
tVBrlng your Job Printing; to tht
ENTiKPNUit oftli-n. We are cousttnlly
ild Ing nw style anil novelties, and
in kIv you as arnrMl a Job as u car.
t in tha city. Try us.
YmV Wellington, - Ohio.
Attractions for 1884-5.
No printed periodical can tske the plsce of
parent, pastor, or school teacher; but a good mag
azine csn supplement their work and Influence to
a wonderful degreo. In view of this, It la not
extravagant to sar that Instead of "Can we
aflord to take ST. tK:HOLASr"-tho question of
every earnest household in Kngll.h - speaking
couiitrie., to dfiv. should bo "Can we afford not
to take St. Nicholas.
The raagnr.ino, daring Its eleven hippy years of
existence, nndcr the editorial ctisrge of
Mary Mapes Dodge,
has grown familiar to hundreds of thousanda of
young nailers ; and their interest and inU'llixciit
enjnvnieiit havo conitniitlv inspired the editor and
publisher to frch effort. To day. Its stn-ngth is
in its whuli'somo growth, its sympathy with young
life, it. hearty recognition of tliu movements of
events, and its steadily increasing literary and
pictorial resources. 'I ho following , are some of
the good things already secured for future num
bers of ST. NICHOLAS:
"Hie One Fault," "'rial story, by the
popular autor, J. T. Trowbridge.
"Porxonnlly Conducted," Muatrated pa
pcra on famous places in Europe, hy Frank H.
"Historic Girla," companion series to
"Historic ltoy," by E. H. Sirooks. ,
"Ready forBu)iiness,""iigiicstlons to boys
about to choose an occupation, based on person
al interviews with promlueut representatives of
various trades and professions. Ily G. J. Hanson.
"Driven Back to Eden," a serial, by K. P.
"Talks for Young Folks," a series of
popular papers, by II. II. (Helen Jackson.)
"Among the Lawmakers," recollections
of a boy pagu iu the I', r). Senate, containing
much political information, both Instructive and
amusing. Ily Edmund Alton.
"Davy and the Goblin." a very funny
.lory by a new writer, Chaa. Carryl.
Short Stories by Louise M- Aloott.
"The Progress of Invention!" "From
Palaquin to Parlor Car," "From Cross-bow to 100
ton Gun," etc. Descriptive papers by Chaa. K.
"Art Work tor Young Folka;" papers
oa decorative handicraft, by diss. G. Leland.
"Sheep or Silver!" a story of Texan life.
By tbe late Rev. William M. Baker.
"A Garden of Girla," being six short stor
ies for girls, by Nix Leading Writers.
"Tales of Two Continental" stories of
adventure, by 11. II. lloyeeeu.
"Cartoons for Boy and Girla," funny
picture., by St. Nicholas Artists.
"From Bach to Wagner," brief, pointed
bloprsphies of great musicians. By Agatha Tunia.
Snecial Papers by chosen writers, Includ
ing Mary Ualiock Foots, Joaquin Miller, Alice
Wellington Rollins, (i. B. Bsrtlett, llairiett Prcs
cott Spolford, Rev. Washington Gladden, Julia
Schayer, Anna Lea Merrill, W. O. Stoddard, 1).
Ker, Ernest Ingersoll. Clsra E. Clement, Lieuten
The Illustration will be tho work of Hie
very best artist, and engravings, and there will
be plenty of them. In the November and Derem
her number, are beautiful
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EPITOME OF THE WEEK.
Interesting Newi Compilation,
On the 12th the Washington monument
had reached a greater height than that of
any other structure in the woild, being 520
feet ten Inches above the floor of the monu
ment The next highest structure Is th
spire of the Cologne Cathedral, 515 feet
h gh. The monument will be dedicated
February 22 next
TJUHiKO the past year pension to the
number of 322,750 and to the amount of $TV
908,l7 were paid in this country. Of th
027,1)22 claims filed since 1801, 545,130 have
been allowed, the total amount disbursed
during; that period being 8,340,8.14.
Rr.Ti RNS for November to the Depart
meut of Airrlculture Indicated a corn
proilurt somewhat in excess of 1,800,000,000
bushels, a small fraction above twenty-six
bushels per acre.
'. For Ihe ten months ended Octoler31
brealstulT exports from tho United-States
auRrojatd in value liO,0!W,0.17, agalust
$nri,li"j,3;:i for the correnponding period In
DniiNO tLe year ls tho charters of Til
Katioiml bnnks, with an aggregate cnpital
of over $Ir1i,000,000, will expire. From In
formation received by tbe Comptroller of
th Currency it Is expected a large ma-
jorltyof those banks will continue their
Desimtk the advice of physicians, Lieu
tenant Urcely left his home recently for
Washington to propnre hbi report He
walks slowly, but clnims to have fully re
covered his memory.
In the past ten'months this country ex
ported l7,93,74a of gold. Great Britain
took $211,474,870, France $1,352,824, the West
Indies $3,889,014, Germany $1,000,420, South
America $782,089, and other places $795,419.
Our imports of gold aggregated $1358,048.
Difference between exports and imports,
$241,098 In favor of the former.
Di'ltt.fO October 30,441 immigrants ar
rived in this country, and 7,099 citlxens of
the United States returned from abroad.
For the ten months ended October 81 tha
total number of immigrants coming to this
country was 414,324, against 501,037 during
th same period of laat year.
Dcrixo the past year one hundred and
ninety-one new National banks were char
tered in the United States, addiog a net
aggregate of about $15,000,000 to the Na
tional banking capital of the country. Dur
ing tho period named eleven National
banks have failed.
Acihctlar was Issued on the 14th by
she Natioual Board of Health to the Gov
ernors of the various State advising
them that the presence of Asiatic cholera
In epidemic form In Europe ia a coustaut
menace to the people of this country, and
urging them in view of the Imminent dan
ger which threatens the people of the Unit
ed States to advise their respective Legis
latures to provide thorough sanitary meas
ures. TllKHK were 209 business failures in the
United States anil Canada during the seven
days finlrd on the llth, against 198 the
previous seven duys. The distribution
was as follows: Middle States, 37; New
Knglnnd States, 20; Western, UI; Southern,
40; Put itlc States and Territories, 10; Cnu
CnrNTEKKr.iT silver dollar so finely ex
ecuted as to almost defy detection are In
circulation in Huston. They are of a
whitish color, dated 11, and have a fine,
clear and almost jierfect ring. Tho die is
excellent, and the eir.n and thickness cor
resKud with the standard silver dollars.
Th official vote given ut the recent elec
tion In Now Hampshire was as follows:
Blaine, 4.'1,1 (id; Cleveland, St John,
1,57.1; Butler, 5.2; Bluine's plurality, 4,m;
Blaine's majority, 1,873. Currier, ltepub
lican, for Govoraor, has a majority overall
Tug marring of a great-granddaughter
ef Governor Joseph Helster, of Pennsyl
vania, to the great-grandson of General
Peter Muhlenburg, of Revolutionary fame,
took place recently at Reading, Pa.
t Tu sudden death of Mr. Orinshy Phil
lips, one of the proprietor of tbe Pitts
burgh (Fa.) bitpatch, occurred fewj
FiaasvLVASiA's efllcial vote at .the re
cent election give Blaine a plurality of
The other day a fourteen-year-old boy
named Houner, near Payfani, Fa., dur
ing his parents' absence stripped hi
youngest sister and placed b won a red -hot
etove, burning her fatally.
A raw night ago masked men robbed
the house of Captain John Morrow, an in
valid, at Mansfield, Pa., of j00 and val
uable. They bound and gagged Mrs. Mor
row and female friend in a brutal man
aer, and the former might not recover.
Bt a eolliaien recently the ship Aaorev
Johnson, ef Thotuaesea. Me., was Mink ia
Weat Indian water, and aevanteea mt the
rr were arewaed.
At Trenton, K. J., K Henry WUUam
eoa, pastor of Bt Paul's Episcopal Chare,
oommltted suicide recently with a re
volver, blowing oat his brains.
At Conner and ether towns in New
Hampshire a sever earthquake shock waa
felt oa the 13th.
A rav day age John Maxwell, of
Booth Argyle, N. Y., many years Insane
and eon fined in an old kou, w burned
to death in th destruction of the building
On the tilth a monument to commemo
rate th revolutionary battles of 1778 waa
snveiled at Monmouth, N. J., in th pres
ence of 85,000 parsons.
Taa Boston Bho Leather In.uranc
Company har retired from the busln of
NBA Cape Vincent, N. Y four men
war drowned a few evening ago by th
upsetting of a row-boat.
Oa the Uth services commemorating tha
100th anniversary of th consecration of
Samuel Beabury, th first American
Episcopal Bishop, were held at Trinity
Church, New York, and Christ Church,
Taa death of William H. Duncan, who
at the recent election waa re-elected by
'th Democrat to Congress in the Nine
teenth Pennsylvania District, occurred at
his residence In Gettysburg a fw morn
tags ago of consumption.
', Bt the bursting pf a cannon at Llttl
Falls, N. Y., a few evening ago four per
sona were probably Injured.
Foa the seven days ended on the 14tb
dry-goods Imports at New York reached
an aggregate value of $1,087,000. Th
amount marketed was $1,112,000.
Tub glass-works of King & Upton, at
Peabody, Mass., were burned a few morn
ings ago, causing a loas of $100,000.
AT Camden, N. J., counterfeit $10 bills
on a Cincinnati bank are plentiful, and
William L. Thompson, an engraver, was
arrested on the 14th at Philadelphia a be
ing one of the coiners.
CiTlts failure is announced of S. C. Baker,
ono of the wealthiest land-owners and
coal and iron producers In Altoona, Pa.
Four hundred men were thrown out fit
Ix the lumber yard of Krauior, Mann &
Co., near Lock Haven, Pa.,, a fire rocoutly
destroyed lumber valued at $200,000.
WEST AND SOUTH.
The strikers In the Hocking Valley mad
further attempts to intimidate laborer on
the 12th at Nelaonville, O. Tbe niilltla.wai
in readiness to be called upon.
Tub other day Herman Beifret, an aged
and wcglthy mlaer of Freelandrllle, Ind., i
was found dead in bis garret, surrounded
by his hoarded wealth. Hunger and cold
caused bis death.
The Mississippi official vote for Presi
dential electors at the recent election was
as follows: Cleveland, 78,467; Blaine, 42,
774; Cleveland's plurality, 35,683.
At tbe recent election in Delaware th
official vote was a follow: Cleveland,
17,054; Blaine, 12,778; Bt John, 55; BuUer,
L Cleveland's plurality, 4,270.
On the 12th Joseph Bigger and Mr.
and Mrs. Burgess, residing near Colum
bus, Oa., died from drinking aoffe in
which arsenic had been placed. Suspicion
pointed to an old negro woman, formerly
a cook In the family, as being guilty of the
The World' Exposition at Now Orleans
will open on December 10 and doe Jun 1.
Tna arrest I announced of Arthur D.
January, of Sacramento, Cal., Deputy
Treasurer of Bute and son of the Treasur
er, for robbing the county-deposit fund of
$39,500, which he,confessed to hav spent
A STAT pf proceedings ha, been granted
by the Supreme Court In the cat of Jame
Dacey, convicted of the murder nf Alder
man Gay nor, of Chicago, and sentenced to
be hanged November 21.
Al'OUHT TcxHORit fired bis house, barn
and granary In Mcl'horsou County, Kan.,
a fow days ago, and then blew out bia
brains. It was alleged that he also intend
ed to kill his wife and four children. In
cluded in tbe $11,000 loss was $1,000 in cash
which was in tho houso.ANo cause was
known for the deed.
In his annual report on the 1.1th to th
President, Governor Crosby, of Montana,
stated that the population of the Territory
was 81,000, tho taxable property waa val
ued at U),0dO,(nl, and that an application
would soon be mnile for admission as a
lie said many of the Indians wcro
in a deplorable condition, and ho feared
many would die ilur ug the coming winter.
He recommend that their reservations lie
thrown open for settlement
On the Kith Roliert Standring, an or
dained preacher of the antl-polygnmy
branch of the Mormon Church, and his
wife were found murdered on their ranch,
near Pine Grove, Col. Standring was
On the New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio
Railroad a freight-train was wrecked early
tho other morning near Ashland, O. Two
persons were killed outright, and the fire
man, who Jumped into creek, wassorious
ly injured. '
1)h. Georiib Worthinoton, for many
years Rector of St John's Episcopal Church,
Detroit, has decided after repeated calls to
accept the Episcopal Bishopric of Ne
braska. Tub Michigan delegation' In the Forty
ninth Congress will consist of seven Fusion
1st and four Republicans a Fusion gain
In Rummers magaxine, near Toledo, O.,
ten tons of giant powder exploded a few
mornings ago by the detonation of a tub of
nitro-glycerlne. which bad placed near a
Or to thaw, Th explosion waa beard at
Detroit sixty mile awy, nd la th im
mediate district smashed window, leveled
fences snd barn and tor limb from tree.
Several person war iajarad, but ana
Taa Fox and Bac Indian hav leased
two hundred thousand acra of grating
land t Kaaaa parti for tea yr at
$40,000 per anoani, th wir f snd ag to re
vert to ta ladiaa at th nyirsiiaa X the
Taa second annual Meatest of th Hattea
al Stockmen' Aseodatioa convened at th
Bbennaa Houe la Chi ag en th 18th,
Over two hundred dlgt wr la at
tendance. Mormon convert to th number of about
on hundred lft Chattanooga oa th 13th
for Utah. Ia th party wr three a
groee two men and a woman. Tho wr
th first convert to Mormoalim trout that
Portland (Or.) advice of th 14th
tat that th tmuggltng of Chine from
British Columbia into Washington Terri
tory still eontiuue. Recently a 10111
schooner landed forty at on of th lower
wharvea In Seattle, It required the great
est vigilance to prevent th country from
being overrun with them. Opium wa
brought ovr th am way.
At Anderson, ImL, Doxy's Opera Hout
(which cost $00,000), a number of busin
structures and a livery stahl containing
horses, vehicles, etc, were destroyed by
.Are early the other morning.
At a faiUioti iertloa at WUino
Kan., a few evening ago Mrs. Job.
Bchnarr and a hotel clerk war struck by a
sky-rocket and killed, and W. H. Hood waa
A iibriblb railroad accident occurred
early oa th morning of th Uth at Hmp
stead, Tex., on the Houston & Texas Central
Railway. The north-bound express crashed
through a bridge and into Clear Creek,
drowning twelve of th passenger and
wounding twenty other. Many of th
dead were mangled beyond recognition.
Several wealthy gentlemen of Cleve
land, 0., hav Incorporated tha Cleveland
Farming Company, and purchased 15,000
acre of land in Richland County,' D. T-t
which will be put under cultivation next
year. The capital stock of th company I
fixed at $300,000.
The other evening Truman B. Handy, a
noted grain speculator at Cincinnati, was
fatally Injured in a runaway accident
Robbers blew open tha safe in the dry
goods sto of David Bclgls, at Houcktown,
O., recently w th dynamite and robbed it
of $3,000 in money and notes.
Thb Ind'ans have become Incensed by
the free taking of lands by whites about
Motlakahtlo, British Columbia, and an out
break was threatened on the llth. A war
ship had been ordorod to the scene of the
Ia soma port of Canada a fatal disease
ha broken out among hogs, from which
many have died, and farmers were on the
llth slaughtering their stock In large num
bers to save themselves from further losses.
The Jamaica Legislature ha voted sol
idly against annexation to Canada.
Firrr-roua deaths from cholera and
eighty-two new cases were reported to
Paris duting th twenty-four hours ended
at nine p. m. on the 13th.
A 8BVBRB earthquake shock was felt in
Colchester and Klngsvllla, Essex County,
Can., on th morning of th 13th.
It was reported on the 13th that one of
El Mehdl' chief lieutenants was marching
against Dongola with 12,000 men, while an
other with 9,000 was advancing against the
At Windsor, Ont, John Downey and
wife, being destitute, killed themselves
few days ago, th wife drowning herself
and tha husband shooting himself.
In Paris forty-eight deaths from cholera
occurred during the twenty-four hours
ended at nine p. m. on the 14th. Th
weather wa colder and the scourge was
aid to be abating.
A BBVIRB shock of earthquake wa felt
at Clitheroe, In Lancashire, Eng., a few
night ago. House wer thrown down and
great consternation prevailed anong th
. In the United State of Colombia peac
once more reigns, and work on the Panama
Canal Is progressing actively.
Durino tbe first ten months of 1KR4 Im
migration to Canada materially fell off,
when the arrivals were 138,3rl, as con)ared
with 103,485 for tho corresponding period
in 183. Of thi year arrival 80,510 set
tled in Canada and 57,870 passed through to
A few day ago the schooner I .a Vlcto
rie, of Quebec, capsized near the Pilgrims
and tho (even persons on board wen
Tor Intimlrv end ni'-lne room Of the
j jjorthem Hospital for the Inr.ane, at Osh-
kosh, Wis., were destroyed by fire on th
loth. The five hundred iiinritos were taken
out in snlety. Loss nlamt 1.V"8.
TUB following is th olHeial vote of Ohio:
Whole iiumlier of vote cast, 785,171.
Blaine, 4il.(W2; Clev.-liind, .HW.2H0; Butler,
5.170; St. John, 1I.2IH. Hluine's plurality,
Major Ahtiich W. Thojia. propric-tir
of the Central Hotel, Cntskill, N. Y., shot
himself in the h-sd with a pistol on the
lllth. Th Int elect!'"! excitement and
pecuniary losses unsettled his reason. Ik
died almost instantly.
The eumnc factory of J. M. Williams, at
Petersburg, Va., was destroyed by Ure on
A RloT is re)ort.d to have nevurred at
Dublin, Oa., between black and whites, on
the ll'.tb, In which a number were k'lled on
laitb side. The disturbance grew out of
A nttmrer of miner attacked the eon
greation in a Protestant church at Dud
gannon, Ireland, on the IHth and after dis
persing them with sticks and stone took
possession of th place and committed
many lawlrsa act. Th peile ware called
out to restore order.
Incendiabieb set Are to th city of Sa
vannah, Ga., Id several place on the morn
ing of th Kith. Eiht business blocks and
many residence wer burned. Los
General G. BBraxoAK has paid $400,
000 for a twanty years' lease of the Oua
chita (Ark.) coal mine. Late develop
ment show an ampl oal laid.
Rev. William Davis, a prominent min
uter ef Ruana County, Tna., mysteriously
disappeared a few days age. H left bom
for th porpo of visiting a member of hi
congregation and ha not keen seen since.
His hat was found in th wood and it 1
feared he has been murdered. 11 bad on
hi person $150 when h lft home.
William H. Perrt, general agent of the
Michigan Central Railroad Company, died
at Buffalo on th 15th, agtd fifty -three.
Thb value of import , (exclusive of
specie) at the port of New York for the
week ended on th 15th wer V,mfi00,ot
which $1,087,000 were dry goods and $41V
OUU general merchandi.
Ray. Charle E. TaYLOB has been cho
sen President of the Wake Forest College
by the North Caroline BkUe Baptist Con
vention. Twentt-fivb of the leading bndn
hones at Ooldsboro, N. C, were destroyed
by fir en th 10th, Including th extensive
machine (hop of W, F. Komegay 4c Co..
th 3frs$rnorr printing otUoe and building,
together with several larg stocks of mer
chandise and a quantity of cotton. The
total loss will exceed JW0,0u0. The flrsj re
sulted from boys smoking cigarette near
tot of cotton. - . ,