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THE ENTERPRISE,' -WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. 188
a B.SM11B, Proprletoi.
General News Summary.
Interesting1 Home and Foreign News,
Becrotary Proctor has appointed a court
to meet at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., October
1, and investigate the cause of the large
number of desertions from that post during
lng the past year. A reporter recently en
listed at the barracks, and after spending
some time there tnailo charges that the men
i were insufficiently fed and otherwise badly
The commissioners appointed to select a
site for a navy yard on the Pacific Coast
north of the forty-second parallel, have
recommended to the Secretary of the Navy
the selection of a point on Pugot Bound, and
thoy suy that Port Orchard has particular
advantages over all othor divisions.
Tsui Kwo Ylng, the new Chinese Minister
to the Uuited Hutcs, with his suite, arrived
at Washington on the 26th.
The construction bureau of the Nary De
partment 'lms nearly completed the plant
for two 1,000-ton naval veseels. These ships
are to have 1,000 horse power and make a
peed of 14; knots.
The Navy Department has issued adver
tisements for proposals for stool to be used
in the construction of thfl two new cruisers
of 8,000 tons each, whk h Secretary Tracy
recently docldod to build at New York and
Owing to the wonderful growth during
the past decade of tho electrical industry In
the United States, tho Superintendent of
the Census has decided to have a special in
vestigation of the subject for the report of
the census of lbW. It will be intrusted to
A. R. Foote, of Cincinnati, O., who has been
recommended for the position by nearly all
leading firms engaged in the Industry.
Postmaster General Wanamaker has so
modified tho postal luws and regulations as
to allow postmasters, when necessary, to
defer their weekly returns of money orders
from Saturday to Monday night, so as to
afford no necessity for work on- Sunday in
the preparation of the returns.
The President has appointed Edwin N.
Hartshorn, of Alliance, O., Deputy Second
Comptroller of the Treasury.
The convention of the Cigarmakers' Inter
national Union elected the following dele
gates to the American Federation of Labor,
to be held in Boston next December: Sam
uel Oompcrs, of Now York ; John B. Klrsch
ner, of Philadelphia; William Parman, of
Cleveland, and Jeremiah Mahoney, of
William Irvln and his helper, a Polander,
were suffocated by black damp in Lawrence
ft Brown's colliery at Mahanoy, Pa., on the
Dennis Eelleher, who recently embezzled
nearly (40,000 belonging to bis employer In
Philadelphia, pleaded guilty on the 2Bth and
was sentenced to three years In the penlten
iiary. While attending the funeral of Colonel
Oouverneur Carr, the Journalist, in New
York City on the 26th, Jacob A. Water,
house, a friend of the deceased and a mem
ber of bis regiment during the war, dropped
lead of paralysis.
The yacht race for jl,000. between the
yachts Fredonla and the Hester was sailed
at Boston on the lith in a fresh breeze and
heavy sea, resulting in a clear victory foi
the Fredonta. The course was forty miles.
At Cressona, Pa,, an explosion in Laflla
& Rand's powder mill resulted in the in
stant death of William Schropp, Samuel
Btotof and Henry Reed, A number of other
workmen were seriously injured.
The passenger railway stations at Pen
aauldn and Idapleshsde, N. J., were raided
by thieves a few nlgbta ago, who cleaned
them completely out of ticket, money,
clothing and every thing of value they
Samuel L. Caldwoll, D. D., LL. D., ex
president of Vassar College, died suddenly
at Providence, R. L, on the 20th, after a
)rief illness, aged sixty-nine year. He
Was native of Newburyport, Mass., and
was for seven years president of Vassar
Pagenatecher ft Co., of New York City,
vntll recently the largest exporters of pe
troleum In the country, assigned on the 30th.
The direct liabilities are stated at 120,000 to
140,000 and contingent liabilities 1300,000, on
accommodation acceptances and indorse
ments for Andrew Brown, of fluff alo, N. Y.
An express train on the New York ft New
Jersey railroad ran into a freight train on a
siding at Lodi Junction, N. Y., on the 28th,
causing a wreck of the engine and several
' freight cars. Fireman William Young was
fatally hurt, and the engine and several
freight cars were wrecked. None Of the
two hundred passengers were injured. .
Near Fall River, Mass., on the 27th ult.
five persons were drowned in South
Watujpa pond by the upsetting of a row
boat The victims were Louis Dubois,
Nathalie Dubois, his niece;. Mrs. George
Mlchaeud, her daughter, Leah MIcheaud,
'aged seven, and Rosanua Leltera, aged eight.
Dubois is said to have been intoxicated and
an empty whisky bottle was found in the
Business failures occurring throughout
the country for the seven days ended Sep
tember 28 number 193, as compared with
total of 196 the previous week. For the
corresponding week of lsst year the figures
Were Its, .
Joseph Pulitzer, proprietor of the New
York World, offers to be one of twenty-five
men to subscribe 1100,000 each for an imme
diate guaranty fund of 12,500,000 to further
the World's Fair.
Mrs. William Conroy, of Susquehanna,
Fa., recently found soma wild parsnips In
her garden. After eating a small quantity
ha gave some to her three children and to
the two children of Martin Griffin. All
were thrown into convulsions. Mrs. Conroy
died in a few minutes, but the children
Joseph C. Harvey, a wealthy mill owner
of Philadelphia, has been sent to an Insane
asylum. Eight years ago the Randolph mill,
owned by him, was burned and Bl.nen per
sons, mostly young girls, lost their lives
owing to the absence of fire escapes., Mr.
Harvsy brooded over the calamity, and soon
began to show signs of mental falling, grad
nally growing worse until his commitment
to an asylum became necessary.
On th 2 th ult, two bodies wore taken
from the debris at Johnstown, Fa. On
waa identified as that of Mrs, Ed. Swine
ford, of SI Louis, who met her death on the
day express.. A section of Grand View
' Cemetery bat bee purchased and all the
bod ins of unknown desd will be transferred
to that place. ,'
Holders of stlgar trust certificates were
filled with dismay at tha downward eoarso
of their securities In the New York market
oa tha 27th ult, and many of them wore
heavy losers. ' Irf the' two hours following
tho opening of th Stock Exchsntp at.oftl,-
' 000 of the market value of tha certiiluatet
' was wiped out. No attempt was ma Jo to
support the certificates, i .
A. B. Valentine, State Immigration Com
missioner of Vermont, reports that arrange
ments have been completed for the estab
lishment in Vermont of two Swedish colo
nies, one of twelve families near Wilming
ton, and the other of thirteen families r.iar
Weston. Each family will take up 100 acres
of hitherto unoccupied State land.
General Thomas Zullck died at Schuylkill
Haven, Pa., on the 27th ult., aged seventy
years. He "ts the superintendent of the
Schuylkill vlgation Company for many
years, and s prominently Identified with
the mining and manufacturing Interests of
Ex -Congressman William Loughridge, of
Iowa, died on the 27th ult., on South Moun-
'taln, near Reading, Pa., where ho had gone
'for his health. He was sixty-throe years
The Wheelor and Morrill coke plant of
the Cambria (i'a.) Iron Company, the last
works idle from the late strike resumed on
the With jilt. The matter was settled bv the
men agreeing to return without the com
pany's signing the Knights of Labor scale.
At Hartford, Conn., In the case of William
J. Souder, of Columbus, O., charged wtth
the killing of John Calvin in Hartford lust
winter, the Jury on the 2!th ult. rendered a
verdict of guilty of manslaughter. He wa,
sentenced to seven years In State prison and
one dollar line.
Tha following changes appear in fhn
weekly statement of the New York asso
elated banks, issued on the 28th ult.: Re.
serve decrease, U,O43,6&0; loans decrease,
I'.-JO.OOO; specie decrease, 11,434,000; legal
tenders decrease, 1830,700 ; deposits dec rests.
$2,844,200; circulation Increase, $14,300. The
banks held IM5,760 in excess or the twenty
five per cent. rule.
Four young mill operators were rowing
on Pontoosuc Lake, near Pittsneld, Mass.,
on the 211th ult.. when their boat capiiied.
Alfred Ford and F. Champtne aged about
twenty-four, years were drowned. The
others were rescued by a boat which put
out from shore.
WEST AND SOUTH. '
The anti trust law, which passed the last
session of the Missouri Legislature, author
izes the Secretary of State to bring suit and
revoke the charter Of any corporation en
gaged In a trust On the 20th that official
sent a blank form of oath and a circular
letter of Interrogatories to every corpora
tion In Missouri. A failure to subscribe to
the oath and a refusal to' declare that the
company addressed is not connected with
any trust Is held sufficient cause for a re
vocstion of charter.
The Maryland Democrats have nominated
Colonel L. V. Baughman, the present in
cumbent for Comptroller.
Fisher and Nary, charged with robbing
the Rio Grande express at Thompson
Springs, Utah, several weeks ago, pleaded
guiltv at Salt Lake city on the 27tb ult
and were sentenced to the penitentiary
Fisher for seven, and Nary for Ave and a
At Ann Arbor, Mich., on the 27th ult
Prof. Benjamin E. Nicholas was killed while
trying to stop his runaway horse. Deceased
had been a teacher In the publlo schools of
that city for twenty-five years and organ
ized and conducted the commercial depart
ment in the high school.
Crcsoo, Is., was visited by a fire on tha
27th ult which destroyed all the buildings
on both sides of Main street north of the
court bouse and J. B. Caward't store.'
Twenty-two business places are in ashes.
The loss will foot up over 50,000.
The imported English stallion " All-Hero,"
Owned by Burgess Bros., of Wenona, 111.
died at the State fair grounds at Peoria oa
the 27th ult He wis four years old aid
valued at l 0,000.
Bliss ft Co.'s simp refinery and manufac
tory at Kansas City, Mo., was destroyed by
fire on the 27th ult, causing a lossof 130,000;
Insured for KJO.ooo.
Horace 8. Shepherd, treasurer of the
firm of Shopherd ft Morse, lumber dealers
of Boston, Mass., has filed his petition In
insolvency. His liabilities, mostly for
money due on notes, amount to 1146,557.
The firm Is nbt affected by the Insolvency.
On the 28th ult the explosion of a holier
used in a quarry at Wrightsvllle, Pa., In
stantly killed Mrs. Lemuel Barnes and
fatally injured her husband. -
Captain W. 8. Jones, genoral manager of
the Edgar Thomson steel works, died at th
Homeopathlo hospital in Pittsburgh on ht
aoth ult, the result of injuries received in
tho recent terrible accident at that plant
He was fifty -five years old, and has a world'
wide reputation in Iron and steel circles.
On the 23th ult the Grand Army Post
of Esstorn Pennsylvania held a grand re
union and parade at Reading, Pa. Ovei
5,000 men marched in line and seventy-llv
posts from all over the State participated.
Harry Flann, the young teller of the
Msrine National Bank of Pittsburgh, who
was recently convicted of embezzling 135.
000, has been sentenced to five years' Im
prisonment in the Riverside penitentiary.
Sidney Waist baa been convicted at Har
rlsburg, Pa., of murdering Henry Miller and
FredKlndler last May.
The cruise around th world of th United
States dispatch steamer Dolphin ended on
the 28th ult
A summary of tha aggregate transactions
of th English syndicates for tho control ol
various Industrial enterprises in the United
States show that 190,000,000 have already
bees expended.. Breweries, grain oleratort
and touring mill have been the favorite
B. Bartlett, better known in pioneer day
a "Wild Curley," died at Kearney, Neb.,
on the 28th ' ult In 1848 Bartlett walked
front Wisconsin to Omaha and Joined Fre
mont's expedition across, the continent
Later be Joined the regular army and be
came famous scout and was on of th
survivors of tha Mountain Meadow masacre.
The verdict of the coroner's Jury Invest!
gating the recentrallroad accidental Wash.
Ington Heights near Chicago, holds Twom.
bley, the engineer, and Lecloche, the fire
man of the freight engine, responsible for
Alexander W. Copeland. postmaster at
Detroit Mich., died at,hls home on th 28th
ult He had been in poor health for the past
At Spokane Falls, W. X, on the 28th ult
Colonel Sidney D. Waters was bound over
In the sum of 11,000 to await the action of
the grand Jury on the charge of stealing
supplies from the relief which wa sent
tliore for the sufferers by the groat fire last
August Waters U a member of the city
council and Is commissary general o Brig
adier General Curry' staff.
At Waterloo, la., on the 2Rth ult Lawyer
Billings was again found guilty of the death
of W. L. Klngsley, the alleged paramour of
Billings' wife. This was the second trial.
The verdict is murder in th second degree,
with a penalty of Imprisonment for at least
ten years. i I.
-.1 The report of th RocbMter (Minn.) as,
turn laves ll gating committee was msde pub
llo 0 theiWihult. Dr. Bower is entirely
exonerated from any culpable neglect-In th
management of th asylum but stringent
suggestions are mads for the regulation' of
'attendants, by whom) twenty atrocities are
eaiq to nave Deen commuted. Aimecon
elusion of tho reading of the commlttce'i
report Dr. Bower tendered hi resignation
as superintendent and It wa accepted,
General B. D. Blurt-la, U. B. A., retired,
died at hi horn In Ht Paul, Minn., on th
th ult Ho graduated from West Point la
1 840 along with Georg B. McClellan, Stone
wall Jackson, Btoneman, Picket and many
other famous soldiers. General SUirgis en
gaged in come of tha most Important battle
of the Rebellion and fought In diana many
years in the Northwest
A statement is made mat irregulari
ties have been discovered in what Is known
as Louisiana State "baby" bonds. ' Nearly
all of these bonds numbered above 102,000
are reported to be fraudulent and there are
Irregularities in some of the lower Lumbers.
Attorney General Roger admit that
"baby" bonds have been abstracted or
otherwise tampered with to the amount of
$400,000. According to Judge Rogers the
total defalcation of State funds already In
sight is over 11,200,000. , '
A fire at Butte City. Mont., on the 20th
ult destroyed the Sprague block, occupied
by Sprague Bros., merchandise; K. K. Dahl,
hardware; Bank of Caledonia; P. J. Smal
loy's law and abstract of title office, and the
Argus office. The loss aggregates 1300,000.
Albert Nelson and Harry Walton, aged
ten and twelve years respectively, were
killed at Elkborn, Mont, on the 28th ult. by
the explosion of giant powdor with which
they wore experimenting. The powder had
been left within their reach by a careless
HO. Packard Co.'s bank, of Reed City,
Mich., closed its doors on the 28th ult. De
positors are interested to the extent of be
tween tw.HKiand (.10,000 and great excite
ment prevails among them. "
By the collapse of an unfinished house In
Milan, Italy, on the 20th, five persons were
killed and twenty Injured.
A teacher named Sause In Odossa, Rus
sia, recently committed suicide. The act so
affected his wife that she became violently
insane. She killed her five children, carried
their bodies to a third story window, and
throw them to the ground. She then throw
herself out recolvlng fatal injuries. 1
Recent frosts in the valleys of Switzer
land have caused the wholesale destruction
of grape and tobacco vines. . . .
The Greek government has tent a gun
boat to protect the leaders of the Cretan In
surgents, who have taken refuge In Mclos.
Reports from Crete say that the Turkish
soldiers on the Island dishonor women and
Imprison and torture Christians with impu
The municipal commission of , Paris ha
nullified the votes cast for General Boulan-
ger and Honri Rochefort, and declared A.
Joffrin, Liberal elected.
The grand cross of a Commander of the
Legion of Honor was bestowed upon.
Thomas A. Edison at Paris on the 27th ult
M. Spuller, French Minister of Foreign Af
fairs, in conferring the decoration upon Mr.
Edison, said it was given in honor of the
services rendered by him to sqlenue and the
part taken by him in the Paris Exposition.
A itotteraam dispatch or the CTth ult say
the strike of the dock lsborera In that city
wa spreading. Tha employe of several
large cigar manufactories have Joined tho
strikers. It was stated that several ship
owners have already decided to grant the
strikers' demands for an Increase of twenty
five per cent in wages.
The first consignment of Chicago cattle
have arrived at Mainz, Germany, and con
traota have been made for the Importation
of 5,000 head more during .October. Tho
success of the plan for shipments to interior
cities of the continent is no longer doubtful.
The Inquest into th cause of death of the
victims of the recent landslide at Quebec,
closed on the 28th ult Th verdict was to
th effect that the loss of life was a result
of gross and culpable negligent, n th part
of theTederal officers ol tha douiialonln not
building tha buttresses recommended by
the city engineer in 18W).
An explosion of fire-damp in a coal mine
at Ruhrort Rhenish Prussia, on the 28th
ult killed thirteen men. .
The crew of th Spanish vessel recently
captured by Rlfflans off the Morocco coast
havo boon released.
The distribution of the Pari Exposition
awards took place at the Palais de Industrie
on the 2th ult President Carnol thanked
the governments and exhibitor who bad
contributed to th success of the Exposi
tion. Premier Tlrard announced 908 grand
prizes and 518 gold medals, ,0W sliver med
als, V.823 bronze medals and 8,070 honorable
). B. Pittoh has been awarded 128,000
damages for injuries sustained by being run
over by a train a Bhreveport, La., while re
moving a helpless man from the track. .
Tbi street railway committee of St Louis
haa agreed to raise the amount asked from
them In aid of the world fair, WU0.000, by
distribution among tho companies oa the
basis of gross receipts.
Thi value of the property of Bel ford.
Clarke ft Co., the publishers, which waa
seized In New York by the sheriff in several
attachments, wa assessed on th 80th uH.
by a sheriff's Jury at 198,000.
A toon at Mr. James G. Blaine. Jr-
recovers from her present illness proceed-
inga will oe begun against her husband for
divorce. It has not yet been decided wheth
er tb suit will be for absolute or limited
Pit Calhoch, J. D. Williamson, Henry
Jacksdn and John King, principals and seo
ands in the recent Calhoun-Williamson duel
near Atlanta, Ga., have been placed under
1500 bonds to tppear In court December 1.
Hirmax R. Pattimo, brother of th
president of the Travelers' Insurance Com
pany of Hartford, Conn., committed sulold
in New York on the 80th ult by blowing
out bit brain with revolver. No cavee
At Buffalo, N. V., Judge Lewis, of the
Bspreme Court, has granted the mandamus
asked by the city attorney requiring the
Western Union Telegraph Company to bury
Two nnknown men were Struck by a train
on the Philadelphia ft Wilmington railroad,
near the latter city on the 80th ult and in
stantly killed, ta th pocket of one waa
found naturalisation papers with the name
of Patrick Rysa, native of Ireland, aged
forty year. tVey were supposed to be
Tax DougVrtAx Works at East Douglass,
Mass., resumed operations on the 80th ult
to run out the stock on hand and will proba
bly continue three month. This is tb con
cern wrecked by th defaulting treasurer,
Two express trains running In opposite
directions between Naples and Foggia,
Italy,' came Into collision while running at
a high irate of speed through a tunnel on the
80th ult Twenty carriages were smashed
and fifty persons killed and injured.
At a meeting of the creditors of Gibson,
Parish ft Co., at Chicago, oa the 80th ult
Mr. Parish stated that Clifford, (he sbsoend
lag bookkeeper of the firm, had carried oft
between 140,000 and 1100,000 of the firm'
asset, and be was inclined to think the lat
ter figure aearer the correct one than th
former. v , .t , . . i .
Th tin plate and sheet Iron worker of
Boston, Mass.yanl vicinity have decided to
leave th Knight of Labor tad organize an
Independent anion. . ... . , .
It wa estimated at the Treasury Depart
ment on the 80th nit that there had been a
decrease of 18,600,000 In the publlo dobt
line September 1.
By a Convantlon of Boolallits at Chicago
Thill- Principles and Tactics Dsflnsd.
' Chicago, Sept 80. A mass meeting was
bold Bunday afternoon at Vorwaert'a Tur
ner Hall under the auspices of the Socialist
Labor party. The topic was "Our Princi
ple and Our Tactics." Adelbert Hamilton,
local attornoy, wa chairman, and intro
duced J. F. Bush, of New York, as first
speaker. Mr. Bush briefly outlined the
fundamental principles of State Socialism.
He declared that believers In Socialism
wore in no sense Anarch 1st or sympathizers
with Anarchists, and that the delegates
present at th convention Were not there
to pass resolutions regretting the hanging
of Spies, Parsons and the rest He de
clared that Socialist were loyal to the Gov
ernment and believed in centralization of
the executive and distribution of the legis
L. Winnan, the next speaker, ' said the
party could not countenance any tort of
a combine with any other party, as such ac
tion would Injure Socialism without help
ing the laboring man a particle.
In the regular session of the convention
little was done. Chairman Bush called for
the report of Secretary Rosenberg, of New
York. The reading of it occupied over two
hours. Mr. Rosenberg derf mncod Serglut
S. Schewltsch, editor of the Volks Zeltung,
and Luclon Sanlal, of th Progressive La
bor party, as boodlors, and produced paper
and t'ocumonta-to support his assertion.
Rosenberg, Hlntze, Goreke and Sauter, the
members of the executive committee-who
were suspended, intend to appeal to the
party at this convention and expect to be
recognized as the executive authority of
tho national organization. -
A FIENDISH CRIME.
nrnUl Outrags of a Young Lady by a
Masked - Villain, Who Completed UtS
Work bj l onrlng Carbolic Acid Down
the Girl's Throat.
Sadetua, Kan., Sept 80. One of thembs't
brutal outragos ever perpetrated in this
county was msde Sunday upon tho person
of Mist Eva Purty, the twcnty-yfar-old
daughter of Oliver Purty, a wealthy farmer
of this county. Miss Purty received a note
from an nnknown villain a few days ago
threatening her wtth dire vengeance unless
she would renounce ber intended husband
and bestow ht. affections on the sender.
Bearch Iras at once begun, but the scoun
drel bad disappeared. A bout eleven o'clock
yesterday while Miss Purty was at home
alone in the kitchen a masked man entered
and, seizing her around the neck, applied a
bottle of chloroform to her nostrils. A
struggle ensued In which she was roughly
bandied. After losing 'consciousness she
was dragged to a corn field near by and
feloniously outraged. A large quantity of
carbolic acid was then 'poured down ber
throat and the victim loft for dead.
She was not discovered till in the after
noon, when it was too late to save her life.
A large posse of citizens started in pursuit
of the fiend, but have not captured him a
yet At a late hour last night the doctor
aid Miss Purty could not live till morning.
A JEALOUS LOVER'S SHOTS
Caosa Terrible and I'rbbably 'Fatal Id
Jarlee to a ToMOf Lady Eseap 'of the
Baltimors, Sept 80. John Frfeze, aged
twenty-two years, baa been paying court
for several months to Miss Georgia Stone,
aged nineteen years, who lives In the north
ern suburbs of Baltimore, and It waa under
stood they were engaged. Sunday after
noon Fries met Miss Stone walking on the
Fall road With Robert Moore. Friese up
braided the girl and told ber If she did not
out Moore's acquaintance he would cut bar.
"Then consider all at an end between us,"
retorted the girl.
"Yes, and consider that at an end to you,"
aid Frieze, astieriulckly drew a pistol and
fired. He fired three shots. The first
struck her In the eye; the second In the ab
domen; th third missed the mark. Frieze
then fled and has not yet been captured.
Miss Stone is lying at her home in a critical
GRANT'S BURIAL PLACE.
Colonel Fred Grant's Letter a Referd to
Ksmovlag the Remelns from Klvsrsld
NswYorx, Sept 80. The World pub
lishes tha reply of Colonel Fred Grant to a
cablegram sent him at Vienna by the
World, calling the Colonel's attention to the
agitation now going on concerning the re
moval of the remains of General Grant from
Riverside Park, New York City, to Wash
ington, D. C, or Springfield, 111., and asking
the Colouel to say what the sentiment of the
widow and family is in the matter. - .
Colonel Grant's reply it to the effect that
the family "are ready to accede to any plan
which the nation may decldenpon, provided
that tha expressed wish of General Grant
that wherever his tomb may be that a place
hall be reserved for th burial of Mrs.
Grant by his side, shall be carried out"
Mere Baseallty Beveeled. . . .
Niw Orlsaks, bept. 80. Irregularitiae
have been discovered in what are known as
the "Baby" State bond: Nearly all of these
bonds numbered above 102,000 are reported
to be fraudulent and there are Irregularities
in some of the lower numbers. . Attorney
General Rogers admits that "Baby'' bond
havs been abstracted or otherwise tam
pered with to the amount of 400,000. Ac
cording to Jidge Rogers the total defalcation
of State funds already In tight it over
Tba Blame It Fixed.
Cbicaoo, Bept 80. The coroner' Jury In
vestlgatlng the Washington Heights accl
dent concluded it work Saturday by holding
Twombley, the engineer, and Leoloche, the
fireman of the freight engine, responsible
for the accident The crowning feature of
the investigation waa th confession of fire
man Leoloche, made after the verdict was
brought in, and in whlou he admitted that
bis testimony was false and that Twombley
wa drunk t.. night of the accident
Dumbfounded by a False ReporU
' Kama Citt, Bept 80. President Moffat
of the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
of Kansas, say that the Philadelphia dis
patch announcing the failure of the com
pany dumbfounded him. "The report it
without foundation," be laid, "and as' a
fact there it by no meant the tnm of 1100,.
000 of Philadelphia money Invested with
us. Some time ago the company bad trouble
with Its Boston agent and It Is probable the
false rumor cornea from him." '
Canal tfciheme an tha Tapis. '
1 Holland, Mich., Bept 80. Grand Rapids
and Holland business men are proposing to
run a canal from th former olty to Holland
and Lake Michigan at a probable coat of
12,000,000. Th Holland rente It th shortest
and easiest for Grand Rapids to oonaeot
with Lake Michigan. A eommltUte eonv
nosed of members of th Beard of Trad
and othor wealthy citizen of Grand Raplda
and Holland will fully investigate tae route,
' " '.Governor Martin's Illness.'''
'.' Atcitrtor, Kan.,' Bept'1 oU -trWdr
Martin's Illness is more aerhraa tan was at
first supposed. For nine woeks be has been
suffering from a peculiar malady wfetda bl
nhveMun have been unabl to diagnose.
and now typhoid fover haa set la and grave
tears are enveruuneu ior bis reznvery.
Whv pmhilCcr lifo vdratrirlno' around
wltblamebacb, diseased kidnovi.dro,j9i
caUwellingB, female weakness, nervous
debility .heart disease and rheumatlccom-
plaints, when Ur. Fenner's Kidney and
Backache Cure will so quickly cure f Rev.
A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder writes:
"Jtgave mo almost instant and entirely
permanentrellef." Buperiorto allknown
medicines Id. these diseases. For sale by
100 Ladies Wanted,
And 100 men to call on anv druggist
for a free trial paokageof Line's Fam
ily Medicine, the great root and horb
remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane
while in the Kooky Mountains. For
diseases of the blood, liver and kidney I
It is a positive cure. For ctmsMpatloa
and clearing up the complexion It does
wonders. Children like It. Everyone
praises It. Large size package, 60 cts.
You cannot aflord to waste lime In
experimenting when your lungs are In
danger. Consumption always seems, at
first only a cold. Do not permit any
dealer to Impose upon you with any
cheap imitation of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, tint be sine you get the gen
uine. Because ,'O oan make more prof
It he may tell you lie has something
Just sb good. Or Just the same. Don't
be deceived, but insist upon getting Dr.
King's New Discovery, w'.nch Is guar
anteed to give roller in all Throat,
Lung and Chest affections. Trial bottle
iree at Adum's drug store. Large bot
!New About Town.
It rs'fhe current report about town that
Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs
is making some remarkable cures with
people who are troubled with Coughs,
Sore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con
sumption. Any druggist will give you a
trial bottle Iree of cost. It is guaranteed
to relieve and care. The large bottles are
fifty cents and one dollar.
Bimply pnrnving and cleansing the
blood is not sufficient. It needs enriching
also, the nervous system needs toning un
all of which is accomplished by Dr. Feve
ner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerll
Tonic. L'se bis Cough Iloney In as
cooghs; bis Golden Relief in all pains
and stomach and bowel disorders; hip
Kidney and Backache Cure in lame back,
dropsy and all kidney dlsorders;hls Oer
man Eye-Salve in sore eyes, cracked skin
and piles; lils Capitol Bitters for appetite
and strength. For sale by druggists.
dyspepsia or indigestion always yield
to the curative properties -of Ilibbard's
Rheumatic Syrup, containing, as II does
nature's specific for the stomach. For
sale at E. W. Adams' and F D Felt '
Saved tub Value of a Farm Sellers
Cough Syrup has attained a reputation al
most equal to Hellers' Pills, and more could
bardly be said of any othor medicine. The
dniii should be kept In every family
where there are children, and grown np
people find It a most valuable medicine
for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and throat
and lung diseases. The pills are sacb a
standard remedy in tome parts of thecoun
trythata family never thinks of doing
without them. Said an old gentleman in
Eastern Maryland, "Why I have raised my
family on Sellers' Fills, and I consider
them almost as essential toa family as
bread. In the last thirty yeais they have
saved me enough, in doctor bills, to pay
tor a iarm. vincmnaii i lmct-oiar. -
Foroed to Leave Home.
Over 60 people were forced to eave
their homes yesterday to rail for a free
t rial package of Lane's Family Medl.
cine. If your blood Is bad, your liver
aud kldnoys out of order, If you are
oonstlpnted and have headache and an
unsightly complexion, don't fall to
call on any druggist to-day for a free
sample of this grand remedy The
idles praise it,. Everyone likes it.
Large size package 0 centB.
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL':
JJmostas Palatable aa,MHk.
o dliealsed that It eaa be io".
tUge'ied, a.ed asataetlated by the ntv.
easltlv stornih, Witaa the plalM ui'
rant be teleratodt sad fey tha nv
ltnatlon ef He ell with She hypopbv.
phltee is mack anere QVelei.
2:mariMt It lea prtdntr.
Tcrs&ni ftta MpUIr while taUig U. .
KCOTTTS EHftJLIStOll la acknowledged by
rirrwisns v be the Finest and Best prep,
v 'i ju tit th world for th relief and cure o(
"MEBAL DEBILITY, WASTING
COLDS and CHRONIC COUCrlS.
'llu gnat remedy for Consumption, and
fTarfiiM i CliUdrtn. Sold bit all DntggitU.
LoosV feed Clover Pl'e Bettwdy.
positive specific for all forars of
rilnosan. mind. Bleedinc.thcbln. HJ1-
cernated, add Protruding Pilw. IVrce 50
jror tale Dy t red t en.
TJielPopuiatlon of Wellington
Is bi(it B,000, and we wouM-sny at least
one-naif are troubled witb tome auecuon
of tbe throat aud lungs, as those com
n faints are. accordion to statistics, more
Bumerdus than otbeva. 'We would advise
all dUr readers not fc neglect the oppor
tunlty to call on thlT druggists and get a
bottle ot Hemp's riatsam tonne turoai ami
lungs. Trisl siaefree. 'Large bottles 60o
and -11. Sold, by all druggists.
Ttf regain your Malta If-ytfu areall brokett4'
down array sunenrnr iruni iMrrTuns itiot, m.
tWnf,rwll)lcll y6 yrhaf cured toe, alter
lufftrlqtf fot-monthj;...! used two, bottles
of Sulrttiflr 'Blttcrv and now I aw well
I'a' Lovttr CoaplHltn.
Jld Tonle. and cures Hoil
f. ocniiuu. .'inii.ui.m. ami mi
t: . L . . i if t, J .it
DiMsfM. bold bf Four Brusftst.
Medicine Co., Pittsburgh,
Proposed Amsndment to lb Con-
stiUtion oi Daio.
AMENDMENT NO. 1.
Bkotiox 1. De It resolved by the General A
sembly ol the State of Ohio. That a proposition
shall be submitted to the electors of this btute
on the first Tuesday alter the first Monday in
November, 1KK9, to amend Bectlon2of Article
XII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio, so
that Italian read as follows:
. SkO.9. Khs General Assembly shall provide
for the raiting of revenue fur the support of
the state and local governments; but taxes
shall be uniform on the same class of subjects,
burying grounds, public school houses, houses
used exclusively fur publlo worship. Institu
tions of purely public charity, publlo property
used exclusively lor any publlo purpose, and
riersonal property to an amount notexoeedinn
n value two hundred dollars for each Individ
ual, may, by general laws, be exempted from
taxation; and the value of all property so ex
empted shall, from time to time, be ascertained
and published, as may be directed by law. .
Bkctio2. At such election those electors
desiring to vote fur such amendment may have
placed upon their twillots the words "Taxation
Amendment Yes " and those opposed to such
amendment may have placed upon their bal
lots the words "Taxation Amendment No."
&KCTIOX . This amendment shall take effect
ell the first day of January, 1HW.
f bUKKT Li. LAMrHON,
speaker of the Uouse nt Representatives!
T11E0. K. DAVIS,
President pro tcm of the 8enatd.
Adopted April 9, 18BH.
VNrrsuSTATiaor Ahksioa. Oiuoi' 1
Ofnck or ins Skckstist or Stat. .
I. Daniel J. Ryan, Secretory of State of the
State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore
going Is a true copy of s Joint resolution
adopted by the General Assembly of the State
of Ohio, on the lh darn! April. A. D. lKHu
taken from the original rolls filed In this office
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my nsule, and affixed my offl
sialj elal seal, at Columbus, the 16th day of
April, A. V.im.
DAN'IKL J. RYAN,
Becretury of State. -
S. P. BLACK, ...
Contractor and Builder,
Flans and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 46-ly
CHRISTIE k BENNETT
UiNUfACTUHERB OF ,
CARRIAGES. WAGONS AND SLKIGUS
OF EVERT DKSCRIPTION.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. '
Dr. C. H. MaoFarland's
Great Medical Dis
, , covery.
m ' ' ; ' ' ; . ... . : . i ' '
Tbli MfdlrirW wfW eiirw Chronic and Inflnrnnittorf
Rheumfttlnn. Nfrtlalu'(:hrtnln Malsrtk. l)rann1nV. .
Bice nrMitvwe ton u QiMmji oi ui Liver na
Kldnftyt, A)n llt rurw CUrrtit fi:rorul, (41 1
Rheam, and1l4M.uet that r caaMl from Impure'
blood. Rli one f the tet li I nod and Mver rcme
di known, ll purni the blood, crtwtttt tWitiir
Action of the l' wr and klduuya. Henct It erailloaiee
theae aAvneawet from the rprtrm. Thru uftrinr
With thnw drtteaar, try boi of Ihli great niodtcal
dlacovery, and be coiivloccd of Ita merit, Every
box ruaran teed to ajtre aa Olfaction, or monejr re
t andi'd, Klfijr day treatmrnt In each box. I rice fl
per box, or tlx twxei for X lit aura yon fet Um
Sold o&lr i Welline-ton. hr Dr. J -
fitioald anjr one drtlro, thereto order direct from
T. C. H MacFarland. Akron. O. Tbli la the cele
brated mrdlrlne dnllrered Ut the cltlitma of We 1)1 ilk
too lait Pebrury and neietofore only been told by
vue iovuw uDeruo
Ceveata.anit Trade Marks obtained, and a
FawttitsuslnfMS conducted (or aioderata ree
Oar s nice Is oppoal ta 11.8. Patent Odlcs. W
baveaosub-aiteiiules.all buslnensdlrect, bene
entransactpatntbuslnesln less time an
atresseoiiiuan inoseremora irom naming
"Send modsl, drawing, or photo, with descrlp .
tton. We advise If natentable of not. f res- O
eharne. Our fes not due till patent Is secured
A book, "How to Olitsln Patents." wltb ref
erenoes to setnal clients In ?our8lste,oounty
C. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Patent 0nce.yihlriirtor,,D. C-
la. ,,.,, a'.-. . .'
COLD I fSakr,
lays Inflammation. Heals the Sores.
Roatorea the Sense of Taote, BmeU
A irtlcUlslUd lata sack awMrll an
Is narcenkle. PrtanuOo. as Drnnctata r r
snail. KLY BHOTHJtKSa Warren B.,NW Torlc.
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