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WXS2TBSDAT. JTTXnS 13, 1883.
j. v. looonii . a. boochtoi, iom. Tbx Lorain County Prohibition Conven tioa nominated for Representative, D. L. 6ott,orLGrange for Audi tor, E.D. Ash ley, of Syria; for Owunlasioner, L. D. Warren, of Wellington ; for Infirmary Di. rector. K. A. Fox, of Brighton. Their del. egatea to the State Convention were, Rev. II. Roberta, C Li. TambUnff, L. D. Warren, E. & Tripp, HIM D. Warren, Mrs. R Kel ler and Andrevf Jackson. - TKBFoarta of Julr ia coming and ao we expect will com tnenvism&oe of fire crack ers and torpedoes and that abomination, " the toy pistol, and teams win be frighten. ed and carriages smashed and bones broken andpfoptokinedn to gratify thsirreapon. . aible spirit of Toong America to make a noise: - We wish oar dealers could intro- doee other goods less harmful on which they might make satisfactory profits, or could content themselves with a litttle leas for once, so that we might h ave one glorious .Fourth in peace and quiet, and with no fear that any one will be ma over, smashed up or perforated with ballets. . Tun Council of this village hava placed ; the friends of order under lasting obhga- . tion to them by the passing of an ordinance to close all saloons at 10 o'clock p. m. It is expected that this will conduce to the good order of the village, aa the frequeav ten of thee places get in their noisiest 1 words and make most disturbance, after . business houses are closed, and it night- - brawlers are made to seek their homes at seasonable hours our streets ought to be mora unlet and more like those of a civil ised community, we are giaa to near - that a majority of the saloon keepers are themselves in favor of the ordinance, and ;. we expect therefore that it win meet with . no opposition from that source. Tub Republican Htate Convention pro ceedings were' too late for our last issue. occurring on our publication day, and an account' of its doings would be stale read-'.- ing for thia week, It may be permitted us to aey, howexer, that the convention passed on wiw uasoot unaaaf aou enmiiaiaam, the candidates all showing disposition ' to subordinate their wishes to the general good, and so we were favored with the un usual spectacle of nominations nearly aU made by acclamation or at most a single m l x .i : 1 num. iw wuwaiw mhukh iiu- : ; ,i r. 1 1 le aaa a Iiliiianil ABt mut. r cepdonabto ticket has been nominated on - a platform with which we need not tear J. to- go before the people. The candidate .- for Governor is a man of brilliant talent . - is a lawyer of eminence, has served three years as Judge or the Supreme court or Cincinnati, a good temperance man and. " - for msnv veara. a member of the Hethodist Church. - The others on the ticket are --. among the. moat ante in tne state, ana nave ' been nominated by no machine tactica, but by the sober judgement of the Republican . ' Prty with a purpose to select, candidates vnrthT the AfTfrml rmalttona arv then to mm i t IKmm ' 1 vm almiut n n !m nut ' V ly feoncedes that it is as strong a ticket as . couia oe seiecxea, ana un leaning is n '-of hope and confidence. ' ' Character Seala. -. ' Among the agencies that tend to coo. servo the best interest of society and give civilization aa uplift which it sadly enough - needs, the modern Sunday school stands second to almost no other. It baa the in L finite advantage over all other institutions that its work- is preventive rather than cu rative,' It takes humanity before it has ac quired a wrong "set," before habit has laid its nsidioua bondage upon the spirit, before the world has crowded into the soul and filled it, as the atmosphere rushes into a .vacuum. Byhuntins Christendom overwith a lantern and the eye of cynicism, doubt. - less much of trumpery and nonsense could . be found in connection with Sunday school methods here and there. And of what system or institution could this not he said t But he who cannot or will not recognize the magnitude of the salutary work that -is doing In -city, hamlet and country all orex the world by these weekly schools for the development and promotion of hum am character, muat.be dull indeed.' With all the imperfection and unwisdom that ad- ' mittedly mar the Sunday school as it is, H is todsy cjvfliations greatest bulwark against the forces of vice, demoralization , and criminality. It goes far to supple ment the grossly deficient homo training of the age, and compensate for the utter lack of moral and ethical teaching that characterizes ao many households and ao many secular schools. If childhood and youth can be kept safe, manhood and Wo manhood will not be in serious danger, " and the work of the Sunday school accom ; pllshea more than' any other influence to . eflect this result. The convention now in session in sfinwaapoUs is not ao pretent ions ; or noisy aa a political caucus, but in the 1 quiet and constant potency of the energies It represents it outranks any other gather ' Ing of this season of anniversaries Min neapolis Tribune. . i .-. . Dun Be AfraMefWork. : ' " "Don't be afraid of killing yourself with ' overwork, 'son,. Is the facetious way the Burlington Hawkey has of counseling .- young man to thrift... "Men seldom work ,: so hard as that they die oa thesunny . side of thirty. They die sometimes; but . It is because they quit work at 6 p. m. and . dont get home until S a. m.. It's the in V tervala that km, my son. The work give ' you a appetit for your meals; it lends . solidity to your slumber; it gives you a perfect and grateful appreciation of a hoi- lday. There are young men who do not work, ay son young men who make a : - living by sucking the end of a cane, and : who can tie a necktie in eleven different - knots, and never lay a wrinkle in it; who ' can spend more money la a day than he , can earn la a- month, my son ; and who wiU go to the sheriff's to buy a postal card, and apply at the office of the street com misaioner for a marriage license. So find ' - out what you want to be and to do, son, - and take off your coat ard make a success la the world. The busier you are the leas evil you will be apt to get Into, the sweeter win be your sleep, the brighter and hap- , pier your holiday, and the better satisfied win the world be with you." ; ; . . v. Jtj cxbtaibtt To pan Dyspepsia j- is proved with letters from persons of high respeotablltty constantly coming In. Zopeaa is aa absolute cure. zSU v. .. : i ; i .- r .) Are ACTerUsemenU Kaa I Bon. John ForsythdL the .veteran editor of the Mobile Register, need to tell a good story to Illustrate the value of newspaper advertising, ss a means of getting before the public whenever you wished them to know of your wants and wares. Mr. Forsythe was accidentally drawn Into a discussion of this subject with a mer cantile friend, who expressed emphatic doubts that an advertisement benefitted a man's business at all, and closed his side of the-debate with the common remark: It's all money given to the aid of the news papers. .Nobody reads my advertisement, or thinks of it, or looks after it, except your foreman and the collector." . Forsythe replied: "Let us test the truth of your assertion.. Sit down and write you out an advertisement such as I dictate, and put it in the smallest type the cases con tain, and insert it in the remotest comer of the paper that you can select." The next morninx there appeared in agate, without a bit of display, and in the most out of the way place in the paper, the following: Wiirrsn To boy a dof . Apply t No. BUak The contract was that in case the "ad" was a "success, " the merchant was to pay Forsythe. S 'and treat to wine and oysters. If it failed to meet the eyes" of parties with merchantable canines, the editor waa to pay the merchant 85 and set up s supper for two. - During the day ot the first appearance of his experiment, the merchant called at the Register office several times. He looked as though he waa in trouble, appeared ner voua, looked over his shoulder like one who is pursued by a terrible bore or per sistent dun. Finally, late in the evening, he met his editorial friend, and before the latter had tune to open his mouth, the merchant said, hurriedly and excitedly, "For Heaven's sake leave that advertise ment out of your evening edition.- There's $5 for it, 15 more to pay you for saying No. Blank street has got-a dog.'. ' Let's go and get the oysters, I'm nearly worried to death." ' - W.CT.U.efOhIe. . The Woman's Christian' Temperance Union of Ohio will hold its annual meet ing at Bellefootaine, on Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, June 20, 81 and 22. That every thoughtful temperance woman may be prepared to meet any emergency that may occur during the campaign for Pro hibitory Constitutional Amendment al ready begun, there should be calm, in telligent deliberation upon the subject, and the plan of work to be persued. 'While through speakers, and organizers and com munications from Headquarters, Local Un ions, auxiliary to the State Union are rap, Idly multiplying, we believe many who do not belong to them but are interested in the cause, may be stirred to action by atten dance upon the State meeting. We there fore most cordially invite churches and Babbath Schools to send of their member ship to the convention ; and having receiv ed the -promise of earnest prayer, hearty sympathy, and thorough co-operation, from many pastors of our State, they also will be heartily' welcome to our gathering. On the evening preceding the convention, (June 19th) a mass meeting will be held for the free discussion of the Amendment and its future. . The people of Bellefontaioe extend cordial invitation to all, and the railroad companies have kindly granted reduotd rates upon ruads leading to that point . Maxt A. Woodbkidox. t President Ohio W, a T.U. AKXA J. PKBriBXD, a .Corresponding Secretary. - , Cee.Freceedlnga. - The following were had during the week ending June 2d : . ' . crvjx dockit. - Aagaatln Whitacjr va Milton Whitney et aL iwcra rar piaiaua. ' Wofthtagtoa Boa n DvVolaoa Wood. Coatia aoa at eefeaojaat's coats. AU biln Balph W. Xastga-, Divorce GtmauxL aaCj aliaum allowed pln Aagaataa Baldwia vs Georg BcaaU. Verdict for en. Waaler BaaUass va TOlaf of Oberlia. Settled at dan's, coats. ' Wat. T. Twiatrag vs Kacaaaa Boaeuaas. Decrea BgrparUtioav - Patrick Iiaakey vs Bobert Perrigo. Continued. Aanstaa Baldwin s H. T, C. St. L. B"y Co. Conunaea. ' Cartes Keith ts H. Y, C. St. L. B'y Co Jadg steal roc pin. sum .... Ira at. Bowk va T. C. Startwetl et al. Jary dira- jraa aaa eoauaaea. Octavos Toney vs Joaa B. Taato et al. Verdict for daft. Xdward Weat va Janes Kirk. Judgement far pin. ai,4.aB. i- CBTMTSAI. SOCKXT. . . Ohio va Joaepk Bordo. TJnlawfally sellla; aloatiag Uqaoc. Plea aot failtv. Bond la- Ohto vs George UtbA Bsbm charge. Plea aot guar, noma b&-jl Ohio va Jacoo HUderiuaad. SaaMcnarge. Pica aot gauir. oooa suo. Onlo vs Christian Ruth. Same charge. Same entry. .... . Ohio va Henry Lapp. Getting intoxicated. Plea gouty, (w av ana coats. Ohio va John Kyrea. Catting sad stebbing with bleat to vraaad. Plea not guilty. A. B. Webber Ohio vs Joan Heieoa. Bobberr. Pisa aot guil ty, h. I. onaeoa aeaigara aa coaneei. Ohio va VaaxBer Norr. CnlawtDlly aelltac lntoz- asattng nqaor. net not guilty, mm satu. Ohto va Octavaa Torre'. S aaa a It and battery naa aot guuty- - - . Ohio V STacthtaa Matthewa. Baaiacharge. Prra gouty. Uerenaeiu croka oat o jail aaa eecapea. Ohio vs Belnhart Blots, Peter Wirt sad Jobs Bordaae. Breaking and entering a dwelling honeo la the aajuaae. riea aot gnuty. - . , 't Bee Estate Transfers. ' Clement AKen to Prank taiber, 1 acre Avoa, tisa. ...... John Welter to Xlcboles Xyre, seres, 8bef- aeaa,axu. Battis A Will lasts at al to H. D. Bartlett, OBer- un, BBUi. John WeDer to Vary K. Weller, part of lot 18 west or nver, aiyna, s-auo. - S. H. Blakeelee to B. J. Streator, part of lot at. uaerun, K- aL Ctoae to 8. a. Iaaawerth, part of lot 73, woecua, sifduu. Wnu M. Heed to Warn. B. X. OUbert, Obertta, g-us. - BTsrr Wagner et al to Joseph Wagner, Avon, B. H. KInniaoa to aTary L. Morrow, part of lot at w euingtoa vuiage, sji j. John Stack to ZaMllne Beal lot 8. block 1, Cham serials a anninoa, umo vuiage, siau. Gilbert Hognn to the C.LtW.iK. Co., lot Bg ixarnia vuiage, souu. Xdgar Ninocks to Lacy Parker, 18 scree, Bunt ingtoo, $1,064. Xdgar Ninocks to Lean A. . Ruaaell, S seres naaungtoa, gotfs. OberUa College to Idas 8. Dixon, Obariis, tea, B. B. Gardner to O. B. Beaton, EHd acres, Car- nata, s, . du- "AMlasLeggett, of New Tork City, who does a large business in the book and sta tionery line, has succeeded besides In an undertaking that Judge Hilton failed to accomplish the keeping of a hotel for re- spectablewomra in moderate circumstances In Clinton Place she haa a house to accom modate eighty boarders, and for f4 aweek it U said may be found there the best ac commodations In the city for the money. A number of the lady students at Cooper Institute are am on g her boarders. , . HTWS OF THX WEEK. A General Sumxury of Ereato at Home " and Abroad. Compiled tVona Dally Reports ap ta the . Bearer Going to Press. OOaWTta Tax New Hampshire Legislature met and organised on the 6th. . Both branches elected Republican officer. A Fort Watxk, Ind., dispatch of the 6th states that a cable message received at that place announces that Bar. Julian Benoit, Vicar General of the Roman Catho Uo diocssa of Fort Wayne, had boon named htonseignear and appointed Prelate of the Papal household at Home. Father Benoit earn from France aa a missionary forty years ago and is the seventh priest In the United States upon whom the honor has been conferred. The eighth annual convention, of the Grand Lodge of the Ohio Knigtini of Honor was held at Zanesvflle, that State, on the Cleveland, Grand Dictator, presided. Vb reports or the omeers whicn were read showed a healthy growth of the order dar ing the past year. Thx Western Hoop Iron Association held a meeting at Yonngstown, Ohio, on the 8th. The attendance was fall. Reports received showed that trade waa decidedly dull and the outlook not very encouraging. No rhangea were made in the card ratee. Atakk of the Tidewater Pipeline Company, at Money, Sollivan County, Pa-, containing 8,000 barrela of ou, waa struck by lightning on the 6th and the oil end tank consumed. Two or three buildings were also struck at the same time. Thx coroner's Inquest held over the bodies of the killed at the disaster which occulted on the New Tork City and Brook lyn suspension bridge on the 80th alt-by which thirteen persons were trampled to death, returned a verdict on the 6th that "the death of the victims resulted from suffocation by being trampled npon, and they also found the "officers and U as leas reprehensible in not having the bridge prop erly policed. " The jury also recommended that the accommodations for foot pas sengers be improved. Cardisju. JohxMcCloskxt has exe cuted a bower of attorney to Vicar-General William Quinn and Thomas P. Preston, riving them authority to act for him as an individual and aa Archbishop of New York Citv. For some time nasfthe Cardlnal'a health has been such aa to render it Impoe? sible to attend to any secular affairs. The power of attorney was executed Hay SS and recorded on the 6th. Thia action of the Cardinal did not create a great deal of surprise lor his tnataposition has been steadily increasing. His signature to the instrument was written in a feeble hand. Thx President on the Bth appointed Hon. Benjamin Butterworth, of Ohio; WQ liam Fatten and Charles I Perkins, of New York, a commission to examine seventy-live miles of the Northern Pscine Railway in Montana Territory: flftr miles of the road extending westward on the x eiiowatone mvision and twenty -nve miles eastward on the Missoula Division. A strange and probably fatal acci dent befell William J. Bwovor, a young man of Reading, Fa. He was recently struck npon the nose by a comrade, more in fun than In aiurer. and waa lvinsr in a verr low condition on the 7th, his recovery being uougnt aouDiiui. me lorce or tne mow seems to have severed an artery and broke a small bone. Several hoars afterwards a hemorrruure followed, which had continued. with bat short intervals, ever since. It was feared that the blood would clog his brain ana cause nis oeata. Thx American Medical Association which had been in session at Cleveland, Ohio, during the week ending the 8th, ad journed to meet at Washington, D. C., the first Tuesday of May next. The following omcera were cnosen to serve during the year: President. Austin Flint. Br.. of New- York; Vice Presidents, R A. Kinloch, Charleston. 8. C: T. B. Ue, ar.aiaeaOtty, Mo.; A. L. Gfhon, U. 8. N.; 8. C Gordon, Portland, sfmiaw. Treasurer. R J. Dunelinon. Philadelphia- Librarian, C H. A. Kleinschmidt, Wash ington. D. C Judicial Council. Drs. F. D. Cunningham, of Va.: H. O. Marcy, of -Mass.; W. O. Baldwin, of Ala.: J. R. Billinss, TJ. 8. A.: 'Free man W. Miller. U. 8. M. H. 8.: Euxene Grissom, of N. C; R. N. Todd, ot Ind. To fill vacancy in. Jadicisl Council for class 1884. Dr. K. W. Clark, of Iowa. Dr. A. Y. P. Garnett, ot Washington, is chairman of the Committee of Arrangements, and Dr. D. W. Prentiss, of the same city. Assistant Becretary. - Thx Wisconsin Grand Lodge, L O. O. F., at their session at' Milwaukee, on the 7th, elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Grand Master, Van 8. Ben nett, of Roeton; Deputy Grand Master John W. Hudson, of Madison; Grand War den, J. M. Craig, ot Sheboygan; Grand BucntMry, S. B. Hitts. ot Madison; Grand Treasurer, David Adlar, of Milwaukee: Grand Representative, John G. Clarke, of ancestor. Thx Prosidenrbn the 7th designated Bt. Vincent, Minn., aa the port from which imported merchandise may be Shipped in bond, in transit through the United States to and from the British possessions of North Pkkstdkxt Arthtr on the 7th ap pointed William M. Thomas, of Maine, Minister resident of Sweden and Norway; David M. Dunn, of Indiana. United States Consul at Valparaiso, and James R. Hallo well, of Kansas, Attorney of the United States District ox Acaix haa been ' issued requesting every county in Dakota to send delegates to the Huron convention to unite with those south of Huron to consider the State Con stitution. Thx notorious Barber brothers, west ern desperadoes, were captured at a farm house near Tripoli, Iowa, on the 6th and lodged in Jail at Waverly. Of the five men who succeeded in their capture one was killed and the other .four seriously wounded. Fears were entertained that they would bo lynched. Thx Episcopal. Convent! on at Indian apolis, on the 6th, elected Rev. Dr. David Knickerbocker, of Minneapolis, t'" , Bishop for the Diocese of Indiana. Thx Iowa Democratic State Conven tion met at Dee Moinea, on the eta and made the following nominations: For Governor, Judge KJnme: Lieu ten nut Governor, Jus tin C. Clark: 8upreme Court Judge. Welter J. Hayes: Superintendent of Public In struction, Jtagar a. r arr. Thx depot of the Rochester A Pitta burgh Railroad at Johnsonburg, Bradford County, Pa., waa struck by Ugntning oa the night of the 6th and boraed. The storm waa very severe, destroying all telegraph- ins; instrumente along ue line aouto or that place. An oil tank containing 85,000 barrels, at Oleen, N. Y., was also struck and destroyed. Thx Pennsylvania Legislature ad journed tino die on the Bth. The Governor immediately issued a call convening them on the 6th, for the consideration of the Ap portionment, jongressionsi, li(.iililln ana jucucuu duis. Joseph E. Tkhplx has presented the Zoological Society of Philadelphia $00,000, conditioned on the garden being open two days In the week, free for the public Thx June crop report of the Ohio State Board ot Agriculture, based on 1,090 township reports received, gives the fol lowing percentages compared with the con dition of crops at the same date in 1883: Wheat, 63 per cent., or 88,360,000 probable bushels, against WOO.OOO in 1883: Barley, acreage, 91 ; condition, 77. Oats, acreage, 100; condition, 99. Corn, acreage, 104; con dition, TO. f lax, acreage, 87 ; condition Clover, acreage, 93; condition 88. Potatoes, acreage, 101, condition 88. Fruits are com pared with full crop as follows: Apples, 67; Deaches. 48: Dears. 65: trapes. 84 : berries. 78. Official dispatches received from other States giro the following percentages of condition or wheat compared with Jane 1, 1883: Indiana, 66: Iowa, 86; Ksnsss, 71: Kentucky. 50: Wisconsin. 86: Ten nessee, 83; Nebraska, (spring whsat) 111. Thx Civil Service Commission has given notice that competitive examinations for admittance to the publio service will be held between the 19th of Jane and the 8d ot July at the following places : Chicago, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indian apolis. Kansas City, Louisville, M ilwau kea -er Orleans, Pittsburgh, Port Huron, BuVwmia aad baa Francisco. Any person wishing to be examined at either of said places tor aw iroq in aay department at Washington should send a written request to the Civil Service Commission at that place for a proper applied-Ion blank which will be supplied. Jorh BrrniB, Ja., fifteen years old. waa on trial at Rrrerside, a saborh of Cin cinnati, on the 8th, charged with burning the Debus Cooperage Works in April, 1882, entailina- a loss of $100,000. Two witnesses testified that the boy' told them that he set are to the place, and that nis object was to get rest. He waa employed in the fac tory. MxxBiCK closed his argument in the Star route ease oa the 8th. ' Thx President, on the 8th, appointed the following Government Directors of the Union Pacific Railroad Company: Isaac H. Brombley, Connecticut; George D. Haven,. New York; Watson Parrish, Ne braska: Colrate Hoyi, New York, and Ar thur I Conger, Ohio. SxcxxTAXT Tkixxx has approved the action of Indian Agent WOeox in refusing to receive the Chfhnaham Indiana who re cently applied for admission to the Baa Carlos leoai stlon, GxxxxAi. Cxoox was encamped near Vaoori, Mexico, oa the 8th, from which point he waa sending scouts oat In all di reotlona bat had been eneejnceesaal in dis covering aay signs of hostile Indians R. G. Duh ft Co.'s report for the week ending on the 8th showed 17S failures as against 167 the previous wssk. Thx Barber boys, noted Iowa des peradoes, were ' taken from, the waverly Jail by a mob on the night of the 8th and hang to a toes. The mob waa composed of men from Fayette County, and waa led' by a orotner oi tne man onepero, wnom u Barbers killed last fall a West Union. The Sheriff refused to give ap the keys, and the mob battered down the doors Iwith sledge hammers. Thx Harper high license bill passed the lower House of the Illinois Legislature on the 8th. Iuassachusxtts Representatives have voted to increase their salaries from SS00 to S70O. SAKSOrf E. McKonrxT, Treasurer of Monroe County, IndL, haa been found $15,000 short in his accounts. Ha speculated In stocks. Shkritt Domckxkt and T. W. Wal ler fought a duel oa horseback near Fat rick C H., Vs., on the 8th. Waller was fatally wounded. The parties were op ponents at ue recent eieoaoa ana toe au ficalty aroes ewt of that. Thx anthracite oeal producing com panies have farmed, a onsnMnaUon for the better regulation and government of the trade. It la understood i prices will be fixed In July Thx International Typographical Union, after a session of five daya at Cin cinnati, adjourned oa the 8th. The follow- ins- officers were elected: - President. M. I Crawford. Chicago; Vice Presidents, Isaac C Jonea, Pittsburgh, John Mathass, Cln- latt; Secretary and Treasurer, William Briars, of Washington; Carres pondins Sec retary .William A. Welkinson, Galveston, Tex. ThenextmeetingwillbeheldatNew Orleans, dune, loot. WilliamC. Moors, the absconding President ot the Victor, N. Y. Bank, was arrested near Atlantic, Iowa, on the 8th. The Victor bank was a branch of the Roches ter Bank, with Charles Upton aa President. Both closed the same date, the Victor Bank with (130.000 deposits and no assets, while the Rochester Bank rave a showing of S900.- 000 deposits with bot50,000 assets. Upton's trial eomea oa at an eariy date. Thx Grand Lodge of the American Protestant Association, of Ohio, composed principally of German Americana, held its annual session et Columbus on the 7th. The folio winsr officers were chosen J. C Bolte, Jr., of Stenbenville, Grand Master; Stepben Kramer, of Hamilton, Deputy Grand Master; John H. Bunte, of Cincinnati, Grand Secretary. The next meeting of the Grand Lodge will be held at Cincinnati, in June, 1684. Eliphaxkt Ct.txx, the oldest homeo pathic physician in Maine, died at Port land, that State, oa the 6th, in the eighty - .... U. K-J wuntt rw w ma s' e w m. .vimwr, with Dr. Gray, of the American Institute of stemeopainy. - . Thx powdej mills of Xaillha ttuud. near How burgh, N. YM were struck by lightning oa the evening of the 7th and ex ploded. One man waa kQled. ' Dabtxx Joxx, a former dtiaea of Fremont, Ohio, died at Portland, Oregon, on the 5th, from the result of injuries sus tained from a runaway horse. Mr. June waa for manyyears a prominent citisen of Fremont. He erected the first brick block in that city, was at aa early day a partner of ex-President Hayes, and later was en gaged in manufacturing with his brother, David Jane. He served several terms in the Ohio Legislature and was for a number of years a Diraotor of the. Ohio Peniten tiary, LracTKi AMT Daxxinotoh, who is to command the Arctic expedition for the re lief of Lieutenant Greelys colony, left Wsahinrton on the 7th for St. John N. F. where they will embark oa their own ship, the Proteus, for the Arctic region. It la the intention to leave St. John as soon after the 15th of Jane as possible so aa to be able to take advantage of the first break in the ice. A frame hot has been constructed and will be taken along in sections for erection at Lifeboat Cove should it be found impoe sible to reach Lieutenant Greely, and a stay through the winter therefore be deemed necessary. Lieutenant Greely took with him anon a hut when be went to Lady Franklin Bay la 1881. Especial cars will be taken that no member of the expedition drinks any water impregnated in the least with salt, it being thought that the disease of sum tj is attributable to that cause. Bros for the new steel cruisers wQl be opened at the Navy Department, Washing ton, on the Sd day of July. Secretary Chandler has given notice that the max! mum amounts which the Navy Department will pay! for the rxnstrecion of these vassals, are as follows: For a iftOO ton ship, Chisago, 1,S48,000; for S.000 ton ships, Boston and Atlanta, $78i500 each ; for a dis patch boat not yet named $339,000, and no bids la sxi sss of these figures will be considered. A BxcxxT Washington special to the Cleveland Herald states that MPoatmaster Genaral Greeham denies the published statement that he has decided to exclude 'patent Insidesr from" the mails as aeeond claae matter." In view of the law of Con gress peseed la 1874, providing "that papers, one copy to each actual snheeriber, reel ding in the county where the same are printed, in whole or in part, and published, shall go free through the mails," such a decision by the Poet office Department aa that hinted at would be in viola tion of law and of no binding force. Thx annual corn crop review of a leading Chicago grata house, published oa the 9th, shows -aa increase In acreage in nearly every State. Reports received war rant the belief that the growing crop will ssnssd the crop of 1883 at least twelve per Thx Harper license bQl which passed the Lower House of the nilaols Legislature oa the 8th provides a mlals-mm license throughout the State of $U0 for beer sa loons and $506 for the sale of distilled spirits. At Syracuse, N". T., on - the 10th, Benjamin Mortey killed his step-daughter. Mrs. Loella Hinee, and then killed himself. Cause, family troubles. . Skcbktabt Chaxdlxb has received and approved the report of the Navy Yard Commission eoneerning their recommenda tions for closing em-tain yards end the con centration of organisation aad redaction of expenses in the remainder. They take effect about July 15. The recommendations include the sreor ganlsation and concentra tion of the snechanicaj aepartment of navy yard so there shall be one al each for the performance of the sam shop in same class of work. A TORK ADO passed over part of Cal loway County, Mo., on the evening of the Bth. doing considers bis damage to farm houses, outbuildings and other property, but nobody was reported killed or injured. A spxciAL dispatch from McKinney, Texas, on the 9th, aays: " Late yesterday afternoon a terrible cyclone prevailed west of here. The Dock Hill place waa completely lioouujeq oy iignnunx. a well, so full of water It could be dipped from the ton. was sucked dry. Joe Brown's place was utterly ruinea. jfcvsryuunx in us patn oi one Hun dred and fifty yards, cattle, horses and fencing, was picked ap and carried through the sir like straw. Parties on the edge de- scriDe tne roar oi too storm as oealenlng. Crops are very macn injurea.- A Dallas, Texas, dispatch Bays the cattle drive so far this season exceeds ex- -peetations. Over two hundred thousand head of cattle have already passed over the trail that leads through Albany, and this doee not include more than one-half the ember that will be driven from the State. ' Michael Shxahait, one of the Jurors la the Goiteaa ease, became insane on the 10th and was sent to the Government In sane 'Asylum. Thx reaming of John Howard Payne ware laid to rest in Oak HOI Cemetery at Waahlngtoa City, onthe 9th, with imposing funeral ceremonies, participated in by nome ana xoreign notaoiee. Thx Department of Agriculture re ports an InrreasedT the cotton area slightly exceeding three, per cent. Planting haa been late, and replanting to fin the de fective stands were more general than usuaL The condition of winter wheat is reported lower than in May throughout the entire country, with few eaxeptiona. Mas. FxAjtcis H. ScoTHXK has peti tioned the Circuit Court at Chicago tohsve her asms changed to Howe. Thx President, on the 9th, appointed the following commissioners on the part of the United States to the World's Industrial and Cotton Exposition: Thomas Harder man, 1r B. H. Buck, Duncan F. Kenner, John V.Moore, R. M. Patton, 8. Hern she in, W. B. Schmidt, F. C Morshead, Qua. A. Breaox, A. Baldwin, . M. Hudson, . Richards. Thx United States Treasury con tained, on the 9th, gold coin and bullion, Sl416ll; .silver dollars and bullion, S 1315.737; fractional silver coin, $28,411. 8: United States notes, $51,515,105; total. Kitri ; eertinoacee outstanding, gold, $6076t0; silver, $730361; currency, $13,420,000. Bt an explosion of a vulcantzer at the Anson la Robber Works, College Point, Long Island, oa the 9th, three persons were killed and two others fatally injured. The building waa eatirely demolished. Ax extra Bessiou of the Colorado Legislature will be called to consider mat ters connected with the State and the pro posed cspitol building. FOREIGN- . A dispatch from St. Petersburg on the 6th states that a pamphlet had been dis tributed throughout the city in which waa reproduced the programme for self-government claimed bv the moderate party. The Journal de ot. Petertbomrg, In speaking of it, aays "that none but a strong govern ment, in which the Emperor shall hold tne cower and bis subiects meet him with lov ing confidence, can advance the solution of the giaat eat of problems. Such a govern ment only can deal with the work of com. pletety organising the country, and it alone need not sunns: irora granting zreeaom to the people." Thx American Patriarch at Constan tinople recently receiver! a letter, which bore aa American postmark, in which was a phial containing: a very poisonous liquid. StrLEM ax Daotjo, sentenced to death for setting fire to Alexandria at the time of the British bombardment, waa executed on the 8th.' A powder, mill at Scutari, Albania, was struck by lightning on the 8th and a tremendous . explosion followed. Many pereons were killed. A dispatch from Ottawa, Canada, on the 7th states that overtures are still being made to the Dominion Government by tha agents of American distillers with a view to procuring the relaxing of the customs regulation which prevent the importation of spirits in packages of lsss than one hun dred gallons capacity. Over syarago an or der was passed in the Council permitting the importation of epirite for manufacturing purposes in thirty-five gallon packages, and Americans recently asseaii tney couia noi brinsr their aroods in bond into Canada f oi reshipment under cover of that order. This waa refused and another request to bt allowed to send small quantities into Can ada in large packages was disposed of in the same way. SourjCAjr . Daoud and Mahmoud Semi, accused of setting fire to Alexandria at the time of the British bombardment, were found guilty on the 6th and sentenced to be handed. - A ST. Pktebsbubo dispatch aays Count Tolstoi, Minister of the Interior, hat been Instructed to draft a law giving greater liberty tn the change of domicile. ' A Boxx dispatch of the 8th says The idea that the Vatican have any mis givings in regard to the wisdom of Issuing a papal manifesto on Irish, affairs is dis pelled by the fact thai the propaganda are preparing to reprint five acts of the present DonttficaT relative to Ireland for circula tion e.m"g the Irish bin bops and clergy." -XCHnrxsK firms at Victoria, British Colombia, advise the Chinese government to allow ao more men to go there at pres ent. It Is asserted that two thousand Chi nese laborers died last year. The mortality Is attributed to exposure, accidents and the sudden change ox diet. TncOTHT KxLLT, convicted of partic ipation in the P he nix Park murders, was hanged at KBmainhaim jail on the 9th. He waa the fifth executed. A large crowd was outside the prison, but there was no distur b- Dotlk, one of the Irish Invincibles, haa been liberated from prison on bail, on account of ill-health. It is said he cannot live long. A Boatx dispatch says it is reported that all pending difficulties between the Vatican and Russia have been arranged. LATER. ' Beloit, Wis., was visited by a tor nado on the evening of the 11th. The bridge of the Chicago et. northwestern Railroad was totally destroyed and many buildings in the heart ot the city were damaged, some almost totally ruined. On East Bridge Street, between State and .North Bridge Street, the stores were badly wrecked. The Rock River Paper Mill Company suffered a heavy loss at their East Side mill, a lares machine shop was demolished in the north east part of town, and Edward Halteren, an employe, ounea in tne ruins. i ne streets were filled with debris, telephone and tele- pn poles. Three men were reported At Terre Haute, Ind., on the 11th, Samuel C Davis, an attorney, attempted to kill Hon. John K. Lamb, Congressman from that district. The Congressman threw up the weapon with a hand which held some asgal papers, holding a cane in the other and dodged aa the weapon was dis charged. Theball passed over his shoulder and through a passaug wagon, lodging- in the driver's foot, inflicting a painful wound. Lamb went into the store next door, and Davis waa taken in charge by bystanders. The cause .of the attempt is attriDutea to occurrences growing out oi s libel suit against the Kxprt, in which Davis ts prosecuting and Lamb defending. A WASHnroTOir special says the re turns to the Custom's Bureau for the past few months show a marked falling off in the total receipts. Thx Commissioner of Internal Rev enue favors a reduction of the number of collection districts from 126 to 92. Forty districts, It is said, can be abolished with out detriment to the service, leaving the whole number eighty-six instead of ninety two. Pbxstdxht Abthcb has accepted twenty-five miles of the Northern Pacific Railway recently constructed in Montana. SxcxxTAXT Tkixxx expresses the in tention of expanding all the money he can, legally, in purchasing stock cattle for the Indians. A Washtnotoh dispatch, on the 11th, stated that the Government would not ex tradite Sheridan, Tynan and Walsh, the Irish suspects. It is reported that the British Minister is now negotiating with Secretary Prelinghayaen for a new extra dition treaty to cover a much greater num ber ot offenses than those named In the treaty of 1842. and the result of these negotiations will be submitted to the Senate soon after the meeting of Congress next December. A CTCLOJrx passed through the south ern part of North Vernon, Ind., on the night of the 10th, destroying five or six houses aad a brick church. - No one was in jured. At Osgood, a town several miles further north. number of houses were blown down and two persons reported killed. " Senator Batabd will preside at the centennial anniversary at Waahlngton's headquarter. New burg. N. Y- in October. 8T0XES jw THE KID YETS snd Bladder Expelled Long Suffering of jone or i roy f tsesa s-vjopie A a.aeay Man. It Is bv no means a strane-e thins- that Dr. Kennedy should hsve received the following letter. By reading It you will see in one minute why James Andrews wss thankful: Trot. N. T.. Anril 8. 1880. Dr. D. Kennedy, Bondont, N. Y. : Dwlk bib: Until within a recent date I had for several years suffered greatly from gravel, called by the doctors the Brick dust Sediment, for shout a year psst this sedi ment nss not passed on in tne usual quanti ty, but hss accumulated, causins- me untold pain. Having heard of Dr. Kennedy's Fa vorite nemedy i tried it in my esse; ind al ter using sbout one and one bait bottles, I voided a stone from the Bladder, of an oval shape, 7 16 of an inch long, and lough on it surface. I send you the largest piece thst you may see of what It is composed. Since then I hsve felt no pain. I now consider my self cured, end cannot express my thankful ness and gratitude for so signs! a deliverance from a terrible disease. Ton hsve mv eon sent to use this letter, should you wish to do so, lor the oeaent oi other sufferers. Tours truly, JAMES ANDREWS. No. 10 Marshal St., Ida Hill. Y ben we consider that the medicine which did this service for Mr. Andrews costs only one dollar a bottle, it would seem that per sons sffllcted in like fashion csa afford the expense of testing its virtues. Get it of your druggist, or address Dr. David Kenne dy, Rondout, N. T. "Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Kemedy" lor sale by all drugxists. Her Daughter's Story. ' "My mother, residing st Stamford, Conn., is 83 years. of age, and fur four years has suf fered from Rheumatism; so much so that she wss unable to more about the house. . A lady friend Induced her to try your 'Favor ite Remedy. She did so and found greet re lief.' The above is a quotation from s late letter addressed to Dr. David Kennedy, of Rondout, N. T. "Kennedy's Favorite Rem edy" not only cures Rheumatism, but Is the popular specific for all diseases' of the blood end the ills Incident to fsmsles. Nine-tenths of the people come to us to bny Coffee, and of course they will see the advantage in having a fountain to keep green vegetables fresh and palatable. We invite and will be glad to have the other tenth come and see how completely a family Snnnlv btorecan be run by steam. Builders, we have a complete stock of Lime, Cement. Calcined .flaster and Clus tering Hair. Onr lime analyzes 10 per cent purer thaa any other brand manufac tured in this Mate. Bowlbt & Hall. XX YRIA BUSINESS HOUSES. Metropolitan, Hotel,, , E.'. DAVIS, - - Proprietor. Washington Avenue, near Depot, si Blyria, Olilo. A. G. CAOTENTEK, Successor to Carpenter & Brooks, Dezilei in Ha idwaio and Manufacturer of Allen's Black Lead Compound Babbitt Metal. EXS'Xy.T A . OHIO. 81 Baldwin, Israeli & Go.J Jobbers and Retailers of Dry Goods, lTotions'& Carpets ISO. 103 and 105 Broad Street, 81 Slvrla. Olalo. 1IANVILLE & BI1TGHAM Ely ria, Ohio. Headquarters for Bargains in BOOTS AND SHOES Strictly One Price for Cash. 31 CXXVELANTJ BUSINESS HOUSES Model Dinner 25 Cents. Steaks, Chops and Begs just the way von like them. Psstnes reminding 70a of home and mo ther. Beat Tes and Coffee In the citv. Open from early morning till midnight. MODEL COFFEE HOUBK A DIX1XQ ROOMS, 101 A 10S Seneca street, opp. New Court House, Cleveland, O. (SI) ; Wall Paper. The best stock and most extensive variety in the city always on hand at d4 Jrablic oqnare, Cleveland, U Wm. DOWNIE. CLOSING OUT CARPETS COST. We are going out of that depart ment. Wall irapers at wholesale and retail at the lowest prices. Wm. BAILEY tc. SON. 31 90 Pnblic Square, Cleveland, O. R. COHEN, 110 Ontario" Street, Cor. Square, Cleveland. Ot. The Largest Millinery and Fancy Goods House in the City. It will pay you to call when in the city and examine our goods and prices. . . 81 Cleveland Paper Co., Manufacturers of every variety of Papers, Pqper Bags and Floor Sacks. 128 St. Clair Strict, 81 CLEVELAND, OHIO. MANDELBAUM BROS., CLOTHIEB8 AND MERCHANT TAILORS, 248 Sc. 250 Snperier St. . Cleveland OHio . Cheapest and largest Clothing House in Northern Ohio. Samples snd self measurement blanks sent on application. " SI CARPETS AND ' CURTAINS. The largest and hand somest stock of Spring styles ever displayed in this city. It will interest every purchaser to thor oughly examine our magnificent assortment of novelties not to be found elsewhere and we guarantee a profitable in vestment, every grade being of standard quali ty, of latest designs and at lowest prices STEELING & CO., ' Carpet and Curtain Wnreroonas. i 305 Euclid Avenue. CLEVEIaAND. O. tgrrWedalnjr Cards a specialty at the Ehtirmujjb Office. : . . ., ; ?0 -v i ; .- ' . . y Best Standard 85 cents - weh - BALDW1, LAU10N;I1DECM ;&:Co's The largest variety of qualities, " styles and prices. We are displaying a splendid liie of the best In grain, Tapestries, and Body , Brussels. - In Body Brussels we have extra good values. Carpets that sold at $1.45 are now selling at $1.30. 4 LARGE LINE OF 7 of all prices and patterns, by the yard and v ! '' 1 by thepattexTLr - ; A very large stock of all We would, again call especial attention to our Parpet Stock, knowing we can please any and every -one that will look. In . . . ,. . "' i " ... - Our stock is complete. " We show in all the .new and popular shades of Casbmeres, Silks, Satins and All Wool In Specialties at less prices than" ever. Our new Diagonal 43-inch all wool Dress Goods is decided ly the best offer ever made in Dress Goods. We also have a line of new and fresh Brocades- and Stripes, from 1 21 to 1 8 cents per yard about Jialf -earn ejsTel w a ' ' T-- i ; ' j- eUeUX7.u. v cuug. . jail ;i . - , . ; TABLE LINENS ANB TOWELS we have mad heavy purchases and guarantee bargains in these goods... Our. stock of :TOILET QUTLTS is the largest we ever kept, and we as sure all our friends that they can be suited per fectly in bur stock) BALDWIN, LAUNDON, WIN DECKER dr CO. Wellington, April 25, 1883. . 32 ran MGnr-BUN , Imitated "by. Hany. Over twenty years of prac tical test hss so thoroughly demonstrated the capabili ties or the Domestic thst It is everywhere recognised ss the standard of excellence. Others claim, bol none cn show such a record. It hss always been offered solely on its merits, and asks for noavors on any other coa ? slderaUon. It baa been old to many hut.dred tamilire during the last few years In Wellington and Tidalty, and all pronounce it the best La J i i r s I Mfc lAJMtS no Among the late 'improvements 5saFA very fine quality of Oil, Needles and "Attachments for all Machines kept in stock and Repairing done to. order. . - Good second- linnrl 'M"nr..rnn en for aula cheat S-1- XI ASTEVGS T-rVgt, Rooms and Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, Ohio. - , ' j?V srrta ecsrw . aXua ts rarrxra. )f2jr irjars jJrB "Bkr' if Kb . Tn endless variety, at, The largest and finest assortment ever shown- in Wellington. Come and see our. Fancy Patent Rockers and Easy- Chairs, bamboo and willow ; jCarpp and Office Chairs for ladies, gen tlemen and children ;' Stands, Brackets and Toilets, Foot Rests and Ottomans, Wall Pockets and fancy .Goods, at lowest prices. Xsnctieal 7owelex muuir -Watolie&v ''j Clooats, : i : - sTewdry, : " 'and SUrerware ' North Side Liberty Street, welungtohohio Repairing a Specialty. . Sole Agent for Wellington for- Teske's Patent' Watcb Regulator. 8 - Practical and Profitable: Commence any time or at once for a thorough practical course of in struction at oprague Law and Busi ness College. For Terms etcJ, .. Address, Wan. H. STUAOrK, IX.B, ' Hartfords and LewelLs, W - CURTAIN LACES $ t desirable new patterns. - --- . Equaled-ty Hone.. The success of the Domes tic is due to the fact that Its manufacturers hsve always aimed to produce the best, without regard to cost, believing " tlist real merit must win. 'As the result of this policy, it stsnds to-day an Tunparal-a leled example of meritori ous success. Contrast this record with the claims of 'the man; imitators of the Domestic snd 'draw your own conclusions as to their relative merits.. are a. split foot and doable feed. ---- -. i tfrV frf rj; the Furniture "Rooms of . Regulates tha Watch with Certainty. M T.'- 3 film ... ' , -Mueainjuvx minutes. . sKf STSST BEGUUTES Applied IN CEBTAINTY- . fKnlanred Twice) MINUTES. BEST; BOt. life la IvfmHn, 1).. .itS dare before too Aim. aomptMn mlgtitj and aubllme leara behind roorovstown. SSoutrtt tree. KorlsK Ereirtblns new. Capital doc repaired. We will famish yon er erythlng. alanrare makins fortunea. Ladlra make aa much aa man, and bo a and glrii make great par. Beader, if too want biuineu at which 70a can make great par all the time. m for perticalare to H. Ujl un A Cu.,ForUand. Mains. . r r t - , - mm