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M. Br.at, tho author, is dead in LionHon,
IT H. Mii.i.kii ithr millionaira (armr of
Thk n unit mm of itlla nrtors is Mid to b
There r oyer 27.",000 srhool teachrra in
t hi? country.
PnoriKLVx wants the bridge free for
Val Iters now.
Moht of t he mica uert in stoves is from
the h&rk Hills.
Jkt nail-heads nr apuin f:ishionab)s for
Tub fysT will drive baseball from the
firlil thin iiwnth.
Iotta's fnthar kropR an inn near Mn
cVievtr K :i eland.
Kittin( lUr.L spreads hi nnj-.kin cn a
(hair anrl sits on it.
Tnrc liK rnls of Glaspow will errt stat
es to Mr. Gladstone.
rHovinRNCK belles are knitting their own
Mark Fiik tockmps.
I.iviNfi in fHt is becoming more and
fr-p-re popular in New York.
1,athfr me liifwtly and speak torn
ow,' is the tit le of a new song.
Cavb Oid will yield 10X bushel of
iranherriMS less than lat tall.
Nom? of the Coney Iskand ktt-els made
fnoney during the pstt ?nmnier.
A Kovri.TT in walking sticks is a hickory
cnt with a silvre for its handle.
Trk latest aing to swell Engliwh wed-
jflinps is the employment of a pap e,
Tnw day school of New York have 150,
POO pupils, and the night schools 12,000.
JiRKT Haktk'b youngest son is to go oa
jthe stape with Lawrence B-trrett this fall,
Trk lo cnt on the St Crix river this
f eason will b one-third less than in 1893.
A apple tree at Lancaster, Pa,, which
is V2'y years old, bore a good crop this sea
son. Pa niei Stuart and his wife, f Troy,
Alabama, have been married seventy
Victoria would like her grandson,
Trince Victor, to marry Priueess Marie, of
Mr. Mcrrxorotn should taka advantajp
lof the had state of hit mind to kill off a few
Thursday, November 6, has ben ap
'pointed as a day of public thanksgivr
in the Province of Qrifber, Canada,
The Prine of Wales is said to nurse a
morbid conviction that his mother will out
3ive him and that he will never be King.
Mormon fnmilies are ttetiiing in Baker
County, Grp., and the feeling amnng the
Id settlers against them is very intansa.
In Lord-hurg, N. M., water is qiroted at
twenty-five cents a barrel and milk at
.fifty cent a gallon. Whisky not quatd.
A California farmer has had to pay a
fine of $10 fr knockiii hie hired man
-down with a bunch of graphs weighing tea
A ci.ERCTM at, of Rinfhampton, has de
nounced roher skatmj for girls. He says
that the associations of the skating rimk
John Phit. brick, of S?abrook, N. H., is
ninety-three years old and blind, and shaves
himself still with the rasor he purchased
seventy-live years ago.
Mkxk'O, according to the most recont
statistics, has a population of 10,000,000,
and the value of property in the country is
estimated at kliVlJt.OOO.OO'J.
Kossuth lives in a little attic depart
ment at- Turin, having retired from his
business as tpneher of the English language,
anil is feeble in his old uge.
A mai in Ontario has brought snit
against an Odd FeilnMs lodge for damage
for injuries sustained to his spine during
the ceremony of initiation.
In seven years Americans have priid
IHOVh) fnr French paintings. The pur
chases havo steadily increased from $701,
000 in 1877 to Sl,750,"0 in lfW3.
The horse, of a R.ussian peasant is first in
bis estimation? then comes his cow; then
his dog; then bis pip, and if he has any
left it is bestowed upon his wife and chiK
Londoners who leave their houses for
the season plae them in charge of a police
man and his wife, who receive $2.50 per
week, and the use of coal and gas fur their
Prince Matobroh, the field marshal of
Dahomey, has been t rifed for high treason
and sentenced to be "buried chest deep in
the earth, and then shot at by the Amazons
until he is dead.
The demand for opium as a narva utiinu
lantj during the cholera sear in Europe is
said to have advanced the price of the
drill more than twenty-five per cent, even
in British markets.
FuoFKKSOR LCDWIG M A rT HN'FK, th fa
mous Vienna oculist, has just sn'ieeded in
Texturing sight to a collea;-ne aged ninety
ii. In another ens1 he restored sight to a
patient of Vi'l years. Tue cawea are said to
b unifjue in eye wurgery.
In Japan, the wen 1th y owners of cats
bave a hiph respect for Them, even when
they are dead. In YedUo, at a recent cat's
funeral the cofliti was covered with a whit
ilk pall, and a b-ulyof chanting priests
followed the cortege to the grave.
Jules Ferry, the present premier of
France, was educated for a lawyer and first
made hi.-i mark as a journalist. His early
arth-les, written when the liberal press was
not in favor with the Government, suhjet
d aim to considerable p-ire-utiwu One
pier won for him a fine of jj.j.4 0.
Among new fnm-jes are the Italian aprons
made of silk or linen, with bands of ri h
' insertion and edging.
A New Haven fruit dealer caught two
boys stealing pt-ars, when he put each one
into a potato sak and hung the sacks up to
A lamp post for an h ur.
ANTKLnprf ft are very numerous along tha
M issouri division of the Northern Pacific
and are been in herds of from f0 to ti'K).
The M'ashington lady u ieyeli-U will
adopt the uniform of the Cycling Tourist'
club of England a kilted skirt, a short
cutaway coat, and a half - beaver hat.
At the Drury Lane 1 beater, in Lendon, a
large corps of hands' in.dy uniformed boys
are employed by the management, whose
duty it is to call carriages and cabs for th
patrm of the theater, free of ci arze.
Each regiment in t tie United Si ate ser
vice is to have handsome, nituvn r-gimeutu!,
sational and cjmp color-, embroidered iu
accordance with the rvulatioa fur each
jri giinyiit in the servic e.
A; expected, the Providence liine has
won the leuiie chuinpionship, and th
Aiufican chaiopionship guta to the Metro
politaus. It 18 a curious coincidence that a woman
w ho has a temper of her own is seldom
willing to kwp it.
TiiKL'Midoii Truth ays that, according
to German Jaw, the mat 'nage of Pi inces
E"tii,tj with U ii I-orne iu a morijitiiUtie
Full Returns of the Ohio Election Give
Robinson a Plurality of 11,421.
Republican Gains, 26,053: Democratic
Republican Gains, 26,053: Democratic Gains, 2,162--The Congressional Delegation
Stands, 11 Democrats and 10 Republican.
Coi rsmcfl, (., Octntxr 10 Official returns
werr rcceivn st Kcimhliciin headquarters to-
BtKht fr(m Ahinhiiln hikI Wood Counties,
these beinir the lust to report, and complete
the ist. Itcvied fluurcs give Itohinson a
pliiraliiyof M,4;i. This phows a liepubiican
pttic ol tXtUi, mix) a Ihoniwrntic gain of 2, 10" J.
In hixty-six cnunties the KepuhHcHnR made all
thrii gains uiul Di-rnMcruto the rest. The lte
puhlican giiinrt in the rural district nre ccpial
to t nen j u t nm '. I tic lch giitinn loCon'm
w ill Ntuii'l II Pemocruts ami 10 KepublicaiiA.
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... I M lllerahurg
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. . . . Steiitenv(lle
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. . . . 'Newark
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... i Pomeroy
. . . : Dayton
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Whkki.ing. W. Va. October Hi. Barbour
County gives Wilpon ih nmjority, a f)em(Kratic
htss of ;m) on the vote of Ls). Tho Republi
cans elect member of the Legislature and
Prosecuting attorney. Fuyette County. Max
well 170 majority ; Jackson County. Maxwell
YZ majority; Summers. County, WUeon 208
majority: liepublicans eloct Sheriir. Mason
County gives Maxwell ?f.1 majority; T)ol
draige County. Maxwell 272 Tnajonty; Gilmer
County, U'll-on nnijoritv; Ilruxton
Comity. W iiHon 4(ih maJoritV; Harrison
County. Maxwell 172 nia iont y ; Preiton 'oun
ty Mirticiub, Maxwell i.-kss majoritv; Putnam
County (ofhchih. M ax wellliih ma joriy : Tick
er County. Wilson lift majority; Miller. Re
publican, Js elected Sheriff. Hardy County,
Wilson K2 majority; Hampshire County, Wil
son 1,:H)2 majority: Wetwl ( ountv, WiNnn 1."0
maiority; Tyler County. Maxwell majority:
T'pslior County. Maxwell tinr. maiority; Ohio
County (ofijcfub. Wilson majority, and
elects ITandlan. Hcmocrat, Shenfl, over John
Bon by 7i4 majority.
Chicago, October li. ' esterday the
Continental National Bank bet; an suit
for IpJS.OOO against the lure hoc-packing
and exporting firm of Davies, Atkinson &
Co., which is a Chicago branch of th Liv
erpool pork-house of Jno. T. Davies & Co.
A statement will be published to morrow
that this suit and one by Mrs. Atkinson,
widow of the junior member of the firm,
for tyf,f(f0 grew out of an allege senoux
defalcation by John A. Atkinson, aed
twenty-four, his son, who has man
aged the Chicago house siiwe his
father's death. October 3, Davis ar
rived from Liverpool on his annual trip of
inspection into the condition of the branch
house. After arriving at his hotel one of
the rmployeK bt ouht turn an unsigned, on
addressd letter in what appeared to be
yoting Atkinson's handwriting, cou falsing
tWat he was a defaulter to the tlrm iota
xt-en t of probaldy over $1 10,000; that
he began specuiat ing on the Hoard of
Trade, and having made monev at first
went in deeper, getting upon the wrong side
of tne market in both buying and veiling;
that at one time he was wiuun a few thou
sands of even, whn a collapse in pner-s
made him worse off than betore. Tlia foU
I lowing day Davies declared a dissolution
or trie nrm and began an investigation,
which, tim far. it i ulatd, shows a short
age of $i.W,o(K) in young Atkinson's ac
count, and Davies believes it will exceed
that sum. IS'o arrests have been made. It
is understood that Atkinson ie at his home,
in tne suburb of Kenwood.
Murdered and Thrown into the River.
Pittsburg, October 15. The body of
Bamuel Edward, an engineer employed at
Smith, Button & Co.'h steel works, was
found to-day in the Allegheny River with
a wound on the hack of the bead such as
would be made by a blunt instrument. He
w as last Bern alive Hatnrday m&;ht at 11
o'clock, when he starved for home, in
Allegheny City. It is believed he was
niurfWfd and robbed and his body thrown
Into the river, an valuable jewelry, includ
ing a gold wnirh and cnain, suirt atud,
etc., and a large mm of money which he
wan know to hav in bin po ion Katuri
day, were missing.
Liverpool, October lli. An the passen
gers were disembarking from the American
Line steamer Lord Chve, from Philadel
phia, an Irish detective arrested a Hunga
rian steerage on suspicion. His luggage
was sui jai led to seaicti, with the resuit of
discovering luirty packages of dynamite,
muking about a pound and a half.
Two Killed by Lightning.
Jolikt, III., October hi. During a ne
vere tliunder-iitorrn which packed over tha
rity early this morning, llrs, Win. (ira
and an unknown m:iu were killed by lignt
nuiir. 'J ne fonnar was killed w hi l waning
Jng under a iai g tree, and tue iaifr whiie
put alone va a p:cce uf Imi name.
Three People Hurled Into Eternity--The
Horse Killed and Wagon Made into
Paltimork, Mn,, October Ifi. A fright
ful accident occurred this morning at Ked
Mill crossing, one mile from Kikfon, Wd.,
on the Pennsylvania, Vilming''n and
Paltimore Hailroad. The Washington
and New Yrk express, which passes
about hair-pNst nine o'clock, struck a
w'agon containing three persons, killing
the horse, demolishing tha vehicle
and killing instantly all its occu
pants William Andrew Prior, a farmer
ebnut forty-eight yearn of age, Katie Pul
ling, aired six, end Robert Jones aged seven.
Prior w-Nft bndly cut in the head and back,
the top of the irl head was crushed, and
the boy dreadfully man tied about the
head and otherwise injured. PrlorN
body wns found three hundred
yards up the track, as were also
parts of the wngon. The children's
bodies were found about a hundred feyt
from the crossing, the hors being knocked
about the .auie distance. Prior stopped his
wnpon tit R"d Mill, a couple of hundred
yards from th crossing, and while there
the children, accompanied by their mother,
came un. The young people got into
the wngon, their mother following on
foot. They did not witness the accident,
but were at the scene shortly afterward.
Their cries and lnmntatinna upon seeing
the bodies of their offspring were descriled
by an eye-witness as heart-rending and
pitiful in the exrreme. A track-hand states
thnt the whistle was not blown until the
train was almost on the crossing.
A Wisconsin Lynching.
La Crorkk, Wis., October 16. F. A.
Burton, President of the Blaine and Logan
Ciub here, was shot dead by a ruflian
known as 'Kcotty" at 8 o'clock this even
ing, while the Republicans wore forming in
procession on Main s tract. Beveu
Khots were fired in quick succession.
The murderer was arrested and hurried to
jail before the immense crowd could
realize what had necured. A soon as the
news of the killing became noised about
an angry mob went to the jail about half
past ten. Beams were procured, and in a
short time tne heavily bolted and
barred doors on the Fourth street side
of the jail were battered in by the
crowd, which poured into the first floor
rooms. The Sheriff and assistants succeed
ed in clearing the room the first and second
time, but on the third rush the mob over
powered them, and held their ground. The
interior wooden doors in the cooking de
partment yielded like so many plates of
glass. In the meantime the heavy oak door
leading to the main stairway, on
the west side, was battered down,
and the crowd was in full possession
of the main corridor and soon secured the
prisoner. The murderer declined to say
anything, except that he was the man who
shot Burton. At this juncture the cry went
around , "Pull him up!" "Hang him !"
"Don't let him live a minute longer!" Ha
was removed to a tree near by and a rope
tii row ii over a branch one end be his;
placed around Burton's neck. The mob
seized tiie other end of the rope,
a-id made a strong pull, but the ru Irian
freed his hands, and the rope broke before
he was raised from tiie ground. In less
than five minutes a new rope was thrown
over the hads of the crowd and fell within
a few feet of the executioner. This was
adjusted, his hands and arms firmiy tied,
and in another moment he was hanging in
the air, with his face closely pressed
against the limb of a treo, and the terribl
tragedy wns over.
Chinese Defeated Again.
Paris, October 15. General Dw Lisle
telegraphs from Chu, on the Upper Loo
chuan River, under date of Monday, as fol
lows: "Colonel Donnier, after a brilliant
engagement Friday, carried the heights
commanding the fortress of Chu, forming
that point d'appui of the large
intrenched Chinese camp, which
was defended by five casern a ted
forts. The Chinese forces were very large.
Their lrss-es during the engagement were
heavy. On Saturday they attempted to
assume the offensive, but our artillery
strewed the ground with Chinese bodies.
After losing all their positions, the Chinese
fled toward Langson. hairing near Phu
tonong and Kimuti. The French loss was
twenty killed, one an officer, and ninety
wounded. Our troops were animated
wit h the greatest ardor. The
Chinese engaged were part of the
best troops ot th1 Empire. Tney were per
fectly armed and maneuvered in the Eu
ropean styl-. The Ctnese losses are over
three thousand killed, including their chief
commander. The Chinese invasion of Ton
uuin has been arrested in the direction of
Langson." Odi'dal advices to the French
(Tj-'vernment state the losses of the
French in the recent defeat at Tamvui
were sixteen killed knd fourteen wounded.
Hong Kong, October 15. There was a
riot here lo-day. Tne police fired on the
mob Several persons were killed. The
Chinese (-Government has forbidden any
trade in fire-arms between Europeans and
Chinese. General opinion here is that the
arbitrary regulations of Chinese officials
are rapidly increasing the anti-English
feeling among the natives.
Deadly Drilling into Dynamite.
Somerset, Pa., October 1 j. A numberof
Hungarian laborers undertook to drill cut
a charge of dynamite and giant powder
which had failed to explode, at Illough's
Cut.on the South Pennsylvania Railroad, a
short distance north of this town, this
evening. An iron drill was used for the
work. A spark ignited the powder and a
terrific explosion followed. One was
killed, another had his right arm torn off.
and a number of others were badly bruised
Cavalry Reunions at Gettysburg.
GETTTSBrRG, Pa., October 15. The re
unions at Gettysburg of the Third and Six
teenth Pennsylvania Cavalry Itegimenta
took place to-day, when was also dedicated
the monumental shaft erected by the Second
Cavalry Division and fluster's Brigade,
Third Division. The shaft marks tha field
of the engagement of the Union cavalrv,
cemmaiided by Brigadier General D. McM,
Gregg, and the Confederate cavalrv, eom
msnd.ul i,v Major General J. E. B, iSiuart
General Lutheran Council.
Monroi, Mirn, October 18. The General
Council of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church of North America met at this place
this morning. Delegates are present from
eleven synods. The President's report and
missionary and other reports were made
in the alternoon, and committees arinoint.
President Spaeth was re-elected.
Suppressing Brigands in Mexico.
City of Mexico, October 10. Eive thou
sand troops have been furnished to General
Tolentino, Governor of the Ktate of Jalisco,
to suppress outlaws infesting thut Ktate.
Tne movement has no political significance.
Tne national force now being sent is sufii
cient to suppress brigands for all time.
Well-Known Minister Dead.
Cincinnati, October !.". Rev. J. F.
Chalfant, D. 1)., a well-known clergyman of
the M. E, Church, died, afterseveral weeks'
severe sickness, at his home, near Gleudale,
O., this morning at six o'clock.
Three Young Men Killed.
Ei.izabkth, N. J., October Hi. Three
young men were killed to -day, w hile walk
ing on tne railroad track.
Oyster Village Fire.
Bai.tiuokje, October Hi. Great damage
by tire was cause. 1 to Ciistield, Md., an
oyster villnge, yes'erduv. Forty colored
peopie' dnehn gs were destroyed.
Burned in a Prairie Fire.
Jamfktuw.n, Dak , October lj. Twenty
miles north of here the wife and three-venr-old
child of Carl richroeder ncrt
burnei to death iu a pmuic Ui,
THROUGH A BRIDGE.
Portion of a Accommodation Train Let
Down into the River.
The Engineer and Fireman Meet a Horrible
The Engineer and Fireman Meet a Horrible Death--Nearly a Score of Passengers
The Engineer and Fireman Meet a Horrible Death--Nearly a Score of Passengers Receive Serious Wounds.
IUtavia, O., Ortolmr 17. This Tn!nff
Rt hnlf-i'RHt pit. the Winchester aorrtnuiio
Hntiou trnin on tho Cincinnati nmi Eastern
Railroad, fell between the mi'ldle pier and
the ahuttmnit, a distance of some fifty
feet, into the East Fork. The engine, batf
Ksge-car and one passenger coach wera
thrown in the water. Ttie hind coach, cons
taining thirty passengers, men, wo-,
men and children, was saved from
falling hy the superhuman efforts
of the conductor, Charles Durnnm, and the
hrnkeman, John Nash. This coach was on
a balance twisted around the track and had
t he passengers movent forward the whole
tliinp would have fallen fifty feet into the
terrihle confusion below. Tha engineer,
Ed Wilbur, of Kanlinin, was Instantly
killed. His body was horribly mangled,
and only by the strenuous efforts of tha
citizens was it rescued from the wreck. Tha
fireman, Henry Jones, of Newtown, also
met a feartul death. Hoth of his legs wera
crushed and his head and chest badlv man
pled. Hicks, of Sardinia, mortally
injured about tiie head and body. He can
not live until morning. A score of other pas
sengers were more or less injured. W'nhiri
three hours before the accident occurred
a heavy freitrht truin and another pas
sender train crossed tne bridge, lue con
tractor talks mysteriously, and there arsj
hints that wreckers may have weakened
the bridge. Some also claim that there are
ttill men buried in tha wreck, though tha
conductor claims that all are accounted
for. '1 he brnlue proper i 1(10 feet, long,
and is approached on the east by a trestles
I work 6du feet in length. The structure Is
across tho East Fork of the Little Miami
Mortality Among the Regulars.
Washington, October 17. Tue Surgeon
General of the army, in his annual report,
aya: The total deaths for the year among
the white troops was &(, or ll! per 1,000 of
mean strength, an Increase of two per 1,000
ever the rate for the previous year. The
number of white soldier discharged for
disability was 8.18. Total number of deaths
among colored troops was '.'J or 10 per
1.0(10 mean strength, which is 1 per 1,0"0
lower than the death rate of tha
previous year. He notes the fact that
this is not only the lowest death rate
yet reached among the colored troops
Rince their organisation, but it is the first
time the rate has fallen lower than for
winte troops, the usual average difference
being three and two ncr 1,000 mean
strength in favor of the iutter class. The
medical and surgical hisrory of the war
will be ready for i-sue in about a year.
A Contractor Roughly Handled.
linsTON, October 17. The force of Boston
I police which went to Wellesley to rescue
Duoey, a contractor, from Italian laborers
employed by him, found him bound and
confined in a barn. Tne police arrested
seventy-five Italians and released Daoey.
Ail but nineteen Italians were subsequently
allowed to go, and tne others will be tried
to-day. The men assert that tue contrac
tor received fifteen hundred dollars, and
would give them no money, and say torty
days' pay was due them.
Notorious Train Robber Sentenced.
Atchison, Kas., October 1". Bill Norris,
the notorioiiv train robb ir and associate of
Polk Wells, was sentenced at Oskaloosa,
Kas., to twenty-one years for burglary.
After sentence the prisoner attempted
snioide in the court-room by cutting an
artery in his arm, causing serious loss of
blood. His partner is serving a life sen
tence in Iowa.
Cranberry Patches Burned.
Atlantic CittN. J., October 17. Fires
continue to burn in the woods and cran
berry patches in Atlantic County, west of
Elwood. At the latter place the smoke w as
almost sulTocuting last niL-ht. Among the
losses reported are tl.'i 0oo by the Atlantic
Cranberry Company, '.'To acres of their bog
being burned over. Tne Lake cranberry
bog was aisn burned.
Cranberry Patches Burned. Ex-Governor Moses! Arrested for Swindling.
Detroit, October 17. The nian arrested
here some days aio for swindling Rev. Dr.
Rexford, and who gr.ve the name of Thomas
May, turns out to l.e ex-Governor Moses, of
South Carolina, having been identified by
officers from Cambridge, Mass, where he is
Disrespect to the Czar.
St. Petkushvro, October 17. The Chief
of Police has ordered proprietors of all
hotels, restaurants and similar places to
remove pirtraits of the Czir from public
rooms, on the grounds thut disrespect is
shown them by the pnblic.
Cured by Faith.
Wateiitown, Wis., October 17. Miss
Ell en Bischel, in the last striges of consump
tion, was cured bv faith tlironprb the niedi
umship of W. H. Jiulkley, a Chicago har
nessmaker. The cure was almost instantaneous.
Snow Interfering With Railroad Traffic.
Montkkal, October 17. It ia stated that
owing to snow-atorins, the Grand Trunk
has reduced the nnniber of trains this win
trr. An efTt.rt will also be made to provide
Irish Leader Dead.
Londo.v. October lT.-Alexander SI. Sul
livan, a well-known Irish leader and one of
the founders of lh Irish Home Rule move
ment, died at Dublin this morning.
Loss at Battle of Tripoli.
Lima, via Galveston. Octcber 17. It Is
estimated the loss on both sidea in killed
In the repent three days' fl-hting at Tru
Jillo wan 4'K).
Two Men Killed by Falling Coal.
Pottsville. Pa., October 17. John F.
Quinn, jr., a prominent citizen of St. Clair,
and Captain Joseph H. Denning wera
killed by a fall of coul in a mine.
A loading woman of fashion Is
rppienontt'd an announcing that shu bai
taken a ceuau of oiih mininmr resort,
and c:m count Mxty rir!s who will never
marry. The cauo of tliia destined ce
libacy is explained to bo that "tlwy are
brought up lo spend mont-i. and 'must
marry it or remain hinlo lint tiie
men of their own set will not marry
except fur some great advantage, and
they know to a dot that the siuv girls
I have counted w 11 not only be poor
themselves, but will have poor sisters."
The WorMngwomeiVs Protective
Vnion of New i ork, it in said, hus
spent in iu twenty years' existence
Ju'o.MiO t conduct 7,0 '0 prosecutions
ftir frau iw upon working girls. In this
way -"J j,00 of wages have been col
lected tli at never would have been paid
ether wise. These expenses are borne
by the voluntary donations of those
who approve of helping women who
help th m.selvc;s in a hard light for lite
ami ag.iinst the temptations which bo
bet tlicin. -A'. V. 'i'nuf.s.
Hundreds of New Yorkers wlio
never Miorcd beoro the advent of ele
vated roads now toot their nasal brgh-s
in tiie most awful manner. oneiirt-juu
U Muid lo be the cause. A. i'. biar.
STATE NEWS ITEMS.
Isaac McVickkr, of Mt. Vernon, wri
run over by a train on the C, C, C & L
Knilroad and kilh'd.
A iuirtNKKN individual fell d'wn Rtelra
at Kofrtoria the other mnrnjnp, striking a
child of George Fletcher, which was at the
bottom of the stairs, breaking its arm.
H. Hai.k, a prominent rucrvman, of
F istoria, was thrown out of a buj;tfy by ft
runaway horse the other moinini;, and had
bis leg broken in two places. As he is ad
vanced iu nse, the injury is very serious.
I i k n y Oaithf.u died very suddenly a
ffw days since at the home of his daughter,
Mr. Mr iff, in Wilmington. Deceased was
iiiii' t v(i ve years of aue, and was the father
of the lnt Alfred Uaither, of Cincinnati.
John F. Williams, while returning from
Church Hiil to Younjjstown, tho other
nijilit, was stopped by three men, who de
manded his money, and followed it up by
tending a bullet through his hat. They
then dragged him out of his buggy and
went through him, securing a small amount
John Pchropp, of Handusky, was mn
over by n trapi on tho It iltimore and Onin
Road a few days aj;o, and instantly killed.
The body was dragged some distance and
horribly mangled, both legH and both arms
being broken, head nearly severed from the
trunk anil his abdomen torn open. Deceased
was ng?d fortySHven. He leaves a wife
and five children.
The other morning about two o'clock,
burglars effected an entrance into the
general freight depot of the N. Y,. P. &. O.
Railroad, which is situated on a branch
road of the above from Hilver Crek June
tion, one and onehalf miles eat of Doyles
town, on the Akron road. The robbers
broke open the desk and money-drawer in
the hope of finding money, but they were
sorely disappointed. After they had
smashed and destroyed things
in general, and not finding any
thing of value, they left, and proceeded to
the frame residence of Mr. Peter 1'angh
nian, just a few rods above the depot, ami
entered the house by prying-npn awindow
on the rear porch. The house was occupied
by Mr. Itaughman.who is an old gentleman
past seventy years, and for the past five
years has been a helpless cripple and bed
ridden, and his daughter, a maiden lady,
aged forty, who occupied a room in an
other portion of the houBi. The burglars
went all through the bouse without awak
ening the inmates. They ransacked the
closets, and instituted a general search of
the bureau drawers and ot her places whre
they presume thev would find that in
which they were in search of.
They left different articles pro
miscuously scattered ovor the fi tor. Not
having found anything of value, they next
proceeded to the bedroom of the old gen
tleman, and with drawn revolvers awoke
the crippled man, and by intimidation and
threats demanded him to deliver to them
his money. Mr. Baughman, nearly fright
ened to death at seeing two men standing
over him with blackened faces and revolv
ers presented in close proximity to his
head, pleaded for bis life, telling them he
was a heiples cripple and had no money.
They, however, seurciied the bed and
clothing, but found nothing, and they un
douotedly came to the conclusion that the
old gentleman had told the actual truth,
and they at once left the house without any
further ceremony. The daughter was not
molested. Mr. Baughman thinks he recog
nized one of the men as living in that sec
tion. Jso further clew to the perpetrators.
C. W. Bourn kr, of the firm of Bourner
& Phillips, plaining mill men, of Newark,
while returning home from a chestnutting
expedition, bad a very narrow escape from
a horrible death. lie was descewding a
long hill, a few miles northeast of Newark,
when his horse became frightened, whirled
around suddenly and ran off. Tae sudden
action of tha animal threw Mr. Bourner
violently to the ground, the wheels of tho
wagon passing over him. When picked up
it was supposed that he whs fatally injured,
as there was a large gash on the side of his
head; his collar boue and one rib were
broken. Dr. Hatch was immediately sum
moned, and upon examination, pronounced
his injuries not fatal.
Mr. Joskph Blankf mkykr, of Ottawa,
but an emnloye in a raw-mill at New Cleve
land, while handling lumber the other
afternoon fell backward on the saw and
was cut into twice in a diagonal manner
from the shoulders to tho waist, and died
instantly. Deceased was a bard-working,
indusTions man, and well esteemed by ail
who knew him, and his death is regretted
Henkt Mack, a German lad seventeen
years of age, was arrested at Cleveland the
other evening for arson. He is charged
with setting fire to a coal car on the New
York, Pennsylvania and Ohio track. The
fire was put out without any damage. For
uonio time the theory has been entertained
that tho incendiary fires that have been
started lately and proved so destructive
have been the work of young boys, whose
bruins have been filled with Jtsse James
stories. The arrest of Mack is thought to
solve the mystery. lls has already con
fessed to having set fire to several places,
and has implicated others, who were ar
rested. Elmer Kitzleman, familiarly known as
"Shorty," met with a horrible fata tha
other evening at Springfield. He attempt
ed to board the tender of the L. M. R. R.
pony engine, and in putting his foot on the
link to get up, he slipped and fell forward
under the tender. The wheels of the hind
truck of the latter passed over him, com
pletely cutting him in two, and also cutting
off his foot. He gasped 'Oh, my, " several
tims, and then died. He was taken in the
patrol-wagon to Coles' undertaking rooms,
and his friends who live near Urbana,
notified of the tragedy. He was unmarried,
and has been employed in the L. M. freight
yard a long time as brakeman. Ha was
very popular with all who knew him.
T, M. Bowk.m, ,Vj, stranger from Mc
Keespoi t, Pa., found dead in bed at SIos8'
grove's Hotel, Hteubenville. Supposed
Mns. Haxsar C. Grandin, of East Wal
nut Hills-, is dead, in the eighty-seventh
year of her age. Mrs. Gran Itu was the
daughter of Captain Jacob Piatt, of Boone
Conntv. Ky. She was married about the
year 1818 to the late Philip Grandin, who
died in IK'ift. She was the last of the chil
dren of Jacob Piatt. Of her children who
urvivo her am Mrs. Orr. of Kenton Coun
ty, Ky.; Mrs. Samuel R. Bat-, Mrs. W. A.
Goodman, Mrs. Dr. Joseph Woodward, and
Wm. S. Grandin, Esq.
Elt.a M. Stevens, a young married wo
man, missing from Columbus.
Over one hundred persons were arrested
!n Cincinnati, (or illegally voting at the
rerem eledic n.
Tibktt Triim.ftt phot and killed Samuel
Keener, near MeClellaiidtown. Keener
wanted to fight and would not heed the
warning to "keep off."
At Campbellstown, George Holt and
R"er Itoss were prnufibly fatally injured
by the premature explosion of a cannon at
a Democratic meeting.
Gkeat ex' itement at Zanesvillo, in con
sequence of nuni'TOui grave robberies.
'J hi re are 'JS i civii t as'-s on the docket,
to be i.tir-d at tin next Urm if the Common
Plf-an Court, ut 1m mi lay, which begins
October 20. Judge G. P. Pendleton will
Jacob Hoa ROM, u brakeman on the Co
luijiiuiH and Cincinnati Midland iload, fell
Uuucr th enfe-ma and was seriously iujumi.
WHO ! ONACCJUAINTFO WITH THE
btli BY EXAMINING
btli BV EXAMINING!
iWOT Ut?Vjf ? ,:a H 'i
Chicago, Rocei Island & Pacific tl'Y,
Balnic tha Crent Central Line, affords to travelers, by reason of Its unrivaled go
graphical position, the shortest and beat route between the East, Northeast an4
Southeast, and the West, Northwest and Southwest.
It Is literally and strictly true, that Its connections are all of the principal lines
of road between the Atlantic and the Pacific.
By Its main line and branches It reaches Chlcas:o, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawn,
La 6ftiie, Ceneseo, Mollne and Rock Island, In Illinois Davenport, Muscatine,
Washington, Keokuk, Knoxvllle, Oskalooan, Fairfield, Dee Moines, West Liberty,
Ijwu City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Center nnd Council Bluffs,
In Iowa Callntln, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in Missouri, and Leaven
worth and Atchison In Kansas, and tha hundreds of cities, villages and towns
A. It I. familiarly called, ofTera to travelers all th advantnc and oomrort.
Incident to a emootri track, .are bride-en. Union Depote at all connecting polnta.
Fast epree Train., compoeed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED, WELL
HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHE3 a line of the
MOST MACNIFICENT HORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS ever built PULLMAN'
late.t de.ls.ned and hand.omc.t PALACE BLEEPING CARS, and DININO CAR
that are acknowledced b prete and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY
ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In which .uperlor meal, are .erved to traveler, at
the low rate Of SEVENTY-FIVE CENT EACH.
THREE TRAINS each war between CHICAGO and the MISSOURI RIVER.
TWO TRAINS each way between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
via the famou.
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
A Mew and Direct Line, via Seneca and Kankakee, ha. recently been opened,
between Newport New., Rlohmond, Cincinnati, IndlanapolM and La Fayette,
and Council Bluff., St. Paul, Minneapolis and Intermediate point..
Ail Through Paxeniter. carried on Fa.t Eipre. Train..
For more detailed information, see Map. and Folder., which may be obtained, a
well a. Ticket., at ail principal Ticket Offlon In th. United State, and Canada, or ot
R. R. CABLE,
Vlue-Pre.'t A Cen'l Manager,
OFOCWAPHV OP THIS COUNTHV, WJVt
TH13 MAP. THAT THK
THIS MAP. THAT THK
C. ST. JOHN.
CenM T'k't Pa.V A
Cincinnati, Washington & Baltimori
EAILEO A. ID.
THE ONLY LINE RUNNING
P1L1CE MU CARS
and NEW YORK
Direct Connectios Fob All Points
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
THE FAVORITE SHORE LINE
AND ALL POINTS IN TUE
West, Northwest, and Southwest.
DOUBLE DAILY LINE OP
P1UCE SLEEPING CARS
Lowest Rates, Quicket time, and
THAINS LEAVE HIILSB0EO AT 8.8 a
m., 7.37 a. m. and 2:12 p. m.
Central KUmWil time wlii,-h i 2U tuiunleB
lunrvr tbau HillbL.oro time.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
To any pi.int North, South, arid E&Bt or
VvcHt applj Ui
AijeiU C. W. i B. It. A
I. H. BTKWAKr, TriOH. P. BARRY,
Gon'l Mauager. O.n'L Pass. 4 Tkt. ArL
Scioto Valley Railway
In Effect May 1 1 th. I C84,
THE SHORT LINE
TO ALL POINTS
North and South, Fust and HoathouM,
Went and Northwest.
SOUTH NO. 2. NO. 4. NO. (.
and Daily Daily
except except Dally.
EAST. Hunday. Sunday.
LveColnrabiiB 6 Ouam 12 (X) ni 5 8frpm
" Dau(;herty .... 6 14 12 14pm .6 44
" Valli y OroBHing. 6 20 l i 6 61
" Rcphc'b fi 23 ri2 23 6 64
" LocklmuruB 6 32 12 3S 6 04
" Duvall 6 41 12 42 6 13
" AhIiviIIo 6 51) )2 61 6 24
" Circleville 7 15 1 15 ( It
" IlayiHvillo 7 31) 1 83 68
" Kiiinnt.ni 7 41 1 43 7 13
" Hopi'town 7 5(i 1 67 7 35
" Clullicotlie 8 10 2 10 8 1)5
" HiKby's 8 44 2 4U 8 43
" Kliaroi 8 64 2 5'i 60
" Waverly 9 (5 3 (3 9 10
" O. S. Cr'VBHiiif;. . 9 07 8 05 9 12
" l'ikctcm 9 1!) S 16 9 25
" lii' Knn 9 37 3 :ri 9 42
" JuLiibou 9 45 3 41 9 61
" Portrinmuth 10 30 4 20 JO 3
" Havuiliill 11 15 5 01 II 19
" Iroiitcin II 35 5 20 11 40
" If t,!rl)urg 11 .15 5 30 11 60
Arr Anhlaiul 12 20pm 6 05 flU 25mi
NOIii n NO. 1. NO. 3. NO. t.
and Daily Dally
Daily, except except ;
WEST. Sunday. Sunday,
Lve Ashland 2 10am 8 40am 4 65paj
" PeWrxburg 2 45 9 15 n S9
" Irontiin 2 55 9 25 5 4t
" Haverhill 8 16 9 46 8 01
" Portrti.ii.uth 4 10 10 35 6 45
' JohiiK.in'B 4 47 11 0'J 7 2
" HiR llu 4 65 11 17 7 27
" Piketon 5 14 11 85 7 44
" O. S. C'rimaiug. . 5 25 11 47 7 65
" Wavelly 5 27 11 45 7 67
" Hlmriiii 5 ;)s 12 01pm 8 OH
" Highy'B 6 4H 12 12 8 18
" Chillio.ilhe 6 45 12 50 8 66
" Hopetowu 6 05 1 00 9 05
" Kiiigdtown 7 16 1 20 9 25
" Hayesville 7 30 1 33 9 Ht
" Cirel.-ville 745 1 50 9 65
" Anhvilli) 8 07 2 11 10 15
" Duvalla H 15 2 19 10 2S
" Lockbi-urne 8 25 2 27 10 31
" Hceso'B 8 35 2 , 10 41
" Valley Crowiiiig. H 38 2 40 10 46
" Daugherty's 8 45 2 46 10 60
Arr ColinnlmH 9 1)0 8 00 pi 05
At Columbus with P. C. A Ht. L. R'y, C. Ht. L.
4 P., C. C. 0. A I. It'v, C. A. A (J. It, It., B.
O. It. R., O. C. K. H., b. U. V.tl.lt. it.. L B.
4W. lt y. '
At Circloville with C. k M. V. Dir. P. O. A
Bt. L. It'y.
At Chillicothe with C. W. A B. R. R.. T. 0 4
Bt. L. It. It.
At Waverly with O. 8. R. R.
At 1'ortnnionth with Porttimonth branch of
C. W. A 1). It. It. ulid Ohio river MteamerB.
At Irouton with Iron It. R. and X., 0. k St.
It R. It.
At Ashland with E. L. A B. S. R. R.. Chea. M
O. It. It.. Chattaroi It'y and A. C. A I. It K
For further iiitoriuutioc relative to ratas,
conuectiouB, and thrmiHli time, call on yual
Ticket Agt-ut or aeldieaa
JTNO. J. ARCnER,
General Ticket and 1'anx. A Kent
t.KO. MHINPl KO,
Columbus, Ohio. jylBtf
X. HI 7UL O T7" JSl. I.
b&s removed bis
Daily Lleat Llarkct
NORTH HIGH STREET,
Vixin South of the Maaouic Tuinpla.
r II E S II BEEF,
, VEAI-, MUTTON. PORK
L. HAUHAOE-MEAT, DAMS, Ac,
Of th Teiy bt-Kt quality, and at price aa low a
any other eHtahlixhiueiit.
jTHtoreB and tmniliei) supplied wit frenta
jA continuance of public patronage aolkitej
VAHll paid for GOOD CATTLE AND I10CH
Hend Bit cent, for ostk'e, an I
receive free, a coB!ly Ikji of.
goHla which will help all, o
either Hi ii ,i(.rM m.v ri"l.l
t "ay than anything ele in tin. woild. ..)
mien await the workerx absolutely mira. At
W adiliuaa 'I nut A ('., Auuuta, Uiuu. '