WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1884.
, a Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science. Art, Poetry, Etc.
FFlCE hours from 1 a. m. to t p. m. .
Going North, 7:45 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 8:00 p. m.
Going South, 8:00 a, m., 8:0U p. m.
From North, 1:00 a. m., 9:0 a. m.
From South, 7:00 a. lu., 8:00 p. m.
Coin? East, 9:30 a. m.
Uoiug West, 4:00 p. in.
From East, 4:40 p. m.
From West,10:lUa. m.
Arrive, dnlly, 10:00 a. m.
Depart, dully, 11:00 a. m.
Arrivo, 12:00 m. Mondays, Wodnosday and Frl-
Depart, 9:45 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Arrive, dally, 9:00 a. m.
Depart, daily, 2:00 p. in.
Arrive, 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Depart, lu:00 a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
PROBitctJTmo Attorhet D. J. Nye.
AUU1TOM O. Hoot.
Tkiakukkh U. H. Robblns.
Clkhk H. J. Lewis.
Hiiitiuvr Calvin Ensign.
KaooBDUn W. E. l.'ahoon.
Vhouatb J u IH1B K. 11. Hluman.
tltiuutfwiH'IV f !. Itowen.
CoMMiBHioNKiig K. V. liurroll, W. H. Cran
dall, A. Kauver. . .
iNriHMAHYDiR kctors 1. 8. Btra w, Mr. Fos
ter, Bradford Hacu.
Trcotkm Luolus Horrlck, Homer Allyn,
Tiimahurkh A. II. Lambert.
Ashkshuii K. N. Goodwin.
c.N.TAKi.itH :. W. Maker. K. Hnckott.
Jijbtickh or th Pkacb-T. W. Drowning,
E. K. Hunted.
Uiti-T H lTrrnrit.
r niiHr n ukn I) .T. Hush. T. Doland. C. V,
Ilcmeuway, M. W. Lang, Ueorge Fisher, S. B.
Clerk R. N. Goodwin.
Tkiaburich-J. H. WlKht
Cmur Emui.nkku Fju Depajitueiit 8. A.
UvilUalta OVTHS IlOAHO Or KlltJCATIO J.
H. Wight, K. V. Webjtcr, J. W. Wilbur, S. Wlu
decker, W. K. Hantloy, J. W. Hotighton.
OFKICEltS OP nOAllD.
pRKStnaKT J. W. Houghton.
TiiBASORait J. II. Wight
HUPCHINTEMUKNT OI ScuooMt B. H. Klnnl
I Northwest tnirner South Main and Mag
yar strci-t. Hi-rvlccs, Sabbath, I0:;) a. m., 7 :U)
p. m. SabbMh school, 12:00 m. Young peo
ples' meeting, :II0 p.m. Wecklyprayer moot
K'HO IIT KPIMroPAa. CHIHIH,
Eat side Public Sniiare. llev.M. V.Wr-
nor. nsntor. (tnrvices, iu:.a. m. ran
m. Sabbath school, 12:00 m. Social moetlngs,
6:00 p.m. Y'oung peoples' meeting, TuoimImv,
1:00 p. m. Kogiilar weekly prayer meeting.
Thurwlay evening. Pastor's resldenco oh
Cortlan.l Avenue, illmrllv In rear of church.
Hnv. V. n. Moore, nantor. Sorvlwis, 10:110
- M n unhdnih achooL 12:00 m
HogiIar' woe'kly prayer meeting, Thursday
TI J. IIOLRROOK, Dentist. Offlce over
11. Husted'a store. In Hank llulldlng.
Wellington, Ohio. Nitrous oxide gas admin
urea (or tn extrsotion or teem.
St. HOI.RKOOK, Dontlst. Offloo over
i Post-omoe. Wellington, O.
rp HcCLAR - N, HI. D., Physelan and Bur
1 geon. Calls from village and oountrr
will rnnnlve nnimnt attention. OIHoe over 11.
O. Starr's drug store; telephone No. 4. Ileal'
denoe, Bouth Main street; telephone No. 24.
1-VM J tttlT Hnmfmnnathlat. Calls at all
XJ hours promptly attended. Olllce and
resldenocWesi side PubUo Suuare; tulephona
-is N. uooilWIM. Insuranoa Agent and
it. Notary Public. Insurauoe, dnedt, mort
gages, wills, leases, contracts, etc., written in
a neat and legal manner. Ouloa over Serage'S
boot and shoe store.
w. r. ninRicK. w. m. biorajidsow,
TTKHMirK Ml RinitRDaoN. Attor
11 neys and Counsellors at Law. Convey,
anoes, oolleotlng and all kinds of legal bust
neas promptly niwuiiea io. uiucu, iuueuiui m
Block, second Door, Wellington, u.
T?1B"T NATIONAL BANK. Wellington,
J? O., dooa general banking business,
Duys ana sens New York eionange, uovern
ment bonds, eta S. B. Warner. President: K.
I A. Horr, Cashier, Wullam Cushion, Assistant
ITilJtiKMR ROHINMirN, th Barber, keeps
ill one of the neatest, most convenient bar
ber Simps in town. Only flrst-olass workmen
employed. A full assortment of hair oils, po
mades and hair restoratives. Fine bath-rooms
Inoonnixjtlon and furnished at all hours with
hot and cold water and all neoeaaary conveni
ence, ltooms, soutn siu Liiuerty street.
llHINU your Printing to the Entrhis
' 1 Omoe. All kinds of Printing done neatly
and promptly. Ollloe, west aid Public Square,
over H'liivhton s drug storo.
WT V. HA WTtUK, Photographer. Plot-
v" ure In every style and fully abreast
all the lata Imnrorements In th art. Bngagfr
menu for sittings should, whenever practica
ble, be made In advance. Gallery over Bowl-
by Uall's store I Uilepuoo mo, r.
HWaDSiWORTIISi HOlt, Planing MIIL
Hmnii aawlnir. matohlnir. nlaulna. eto..
done to ordor. Denlors In luniber, lath, shin
gles, doors, sash, blinds, mouldings and drossod
Iiimberof all sorts. Yard, near Hamlin S food
W. HOI HTON, dealer In spootnolos,
nvn crlAHMOB. rniMltllir lrlU!SUS. opera
glasses, tolosoopea, and a full lino of optical
goods. Gold, silver, steel, rubber and collu-
ltefllllnir and reimiriuir old frames done to
n n Tramna or tnn uiicbl irrnues aum, iu bwi.b..
ordor. Fitting dtilloult eyes a speuioity. w
floe, west side rublio square.
T DOLAND, Manufactnrerof CsrrlRires, Wag-
on. sod Sleight, North Main St., W ellinglou,
Meats ou the too
oud and fourth
ings of each
Pout rooms In
J. J, Thomas,
W. L. C(M)K,
The uesi luassinoii liuiuii kuu nu, v-.m,,
Massillon Kennel Cool. The best Hard
. . . , T . j V..I
Coul in market Olllce above Bank.
FRANKS, TITUS tfc Co.
Wellington Real Estate
W, 1 EICBAHSOSj CW.BABR.
We have good facilities for sell
ing EenV Estate both in the town
and coitftry. We will handle all
property placed in our hands with
energy ana upon reasonaoie wim.
Cleveland. Columbus, Cincinnati ana
TEE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE
33 .A. ST AND WEUT
Tbrntiffh cars with connections In
Union Depots. Only direct line via
NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND.
ntrwi connections for all Southern South
western, and Western points, either by way
i Cincinnati intUanauulls or St. Louis. Di
rect connection In Union Depot at Bt. Louis
for all railway towns in Missouri, Arasnaa.,
Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, new
biA f iin MaTipn. ana inn raciuu lwmi.
aat Time. New Eauloment and running.
through the most opulous part of the coun
try; possessing every appuancs iur focu
and comion anowa w u avrvii.auii.
The Best Roidbed and the Safest
Road in tne wesi.
TlrkaU h this oonular route for sale at
all regular ticket Offices.
Vmm anil ftr Dec. 80. 1883. until further
nellce, trains on this twaa will pass neiunn
ton as follows;
Kn 11 riavoland t Ind'pells Express. .8. in s.ra,
fin. 17 N. . A Cin. Ksnrws..
. Mp Dl.
No. 7 Oallon Accominfidatlon
.... 6. in p.m.
No. & Ntgnt fcxiireM.i
No. BI Local Freight. J
.... 8 10 a.m.
vn a f '(..vMlaml ArromnHldatlon
5 Of) a.m.
7 7 s.m.
No. ISMt. Louia nfw iu d v-
No. S-Cincliinatl A -Now York Kx 8.80 p.m.
Ne. 60 Local rroi.uv.i " f-
VnTeNo. 7 runs! to Gallon only. No 8
runs to Columbus, ClDPlnnaU and St. Louis.
V Tt TimMAS. ; O.B. 8K1NNEK,
Qen. Manager;, Tratllo Manager,
A. J. SMITH, Gen. Pa. Ag.t.
WHEEU. . LAHE ERSE RAILROAD
Cleveland & Marietta E. B.
From and after Nov. 18, 1888, until fur
ther notice, trains on this road will pass
Wellington as iollows:
Mixed, No. 11..
Kxpraas. " 1..
., S.m a.m.
.. (.48 a.m.
.. (.10 a.m.
Local Freight, " lj
Express, No. It
Kxpreaa, " i 4
Kxpreas, " 18
Frelaht. " '19
UcaJ Freight, " W
. 8.88 a.m.
. 4. 18D.m.
. 8. DO p.m.
Tolado With all
.Fremont Witt 1
ll lines entering th city,
L. K. at w. it. lb
I'l.JWIrk ' U Jk W. H. R.
Bllevue-Wlfh N. Y. 0. A St. L. B. H
Monroevllle-Wlth B. A O. R. K.
W.lllngton-'iyith C., 0., 0. .A I. jjy.
r. ...... Miuii M V P. A O. H. It.
Orrvllle-Witi) C, A. 0. B. R. end P., Ft. W,
Mi.ill.m-WWh P., Ft. W. 6 C. B. B. and 0.,
T. V. W. K. K.
V.U.. I ....... 1
Canaf IIoverTwith 0. P. B. B. and 0, T. V,
NVewOTn?.rsJwn-Wlth P., C. A 8L L. B. B.
Point I'lotJivnt-Wllh W. 0. A M. B. R,
Marlatta V. Ith M. ACB.lt.
i& 'M nil
1 1 Bi 111
V. n. WOiDDFORD, JAN. M. II ALL,
Compiled from Late Dispatches.
A bill was passed in the Senate on the 20th
Increasing the annual amount to provide
arms and equipments for the militia from
20,000 to toO.OHO. A resolution was agreed to
asking the Secretary of the Interior lor
Information as to whon ana now
many aores of Indemnity lands were certi
fied or patented to railroad corporations
in Iowa, to wnom grants or puouo muus were
donated, and whether any such roads are now
claiming more lndenlty lands, and what quan
tities. Mr. Scweirs bill appropriating tuuu.ouu
nu, annum Trip IhA ml ItliL Wtifl llBJIBefl. PIT.
Plumb reported a bill to raise the Agricult
ural Bureau to a department, wun a sou ro
tary. Some progress was mado on the
bill to provide circulation for Nutlonal
hiinlra In the Mimas a Joint
resolution was passed appropriating
f IMl.ouu to be expended toreauoanng nmmna,
anil manlut.inil WMH mnnrlflll mntiuHtinv the
President not to tlellvor tenor Carlos Aguero
to the Hpani-b authorities until an investiga
tion Is made by the Attorney-Uonernl. A re
port was agrooU to Its to luu OHiung mi uiu
Vnatmuatnr.rjntlf.rAl to transmit to tDO HOUSO
reports mado by special agents of the Post
Ollleo Dopnrtnient having reforenoe to the
BtHr-routo investigations uut uuruiuiurw wwo
Tna Sonato passed a bill on tlie zist ior tne
punishment of porsons falsely personating
officers and employes of the Unltod States.
Debate on the National-Bank circulation diu
was resumed. Adjourned to tho 25lh....ln
the Honso tho Military Acadomy and Post
Hnutn hula worn tiAHMMl. A message was re
ceived from th President announcing that
tlie British Government uiul contributed tne
steamship Alert for tlie urooiy relief, expeui-
tion. AUjourneo to tuo sou.
Tbi Senate was not In session on tho tU.
In the House bills were favorably report
ed to transfor five counties In Illinois to the
Northern Judicial District; to prohibit the
lmnortation of foreigners on contracts to
perform labor, and to amend' the statutes
prohibiting the delivery of registered letters
ana uie payment oi monur-uruun-
Bomu rear ago Young Stephens, farm
er of Trimble County, Ky., left bis home
and did not return. His vclfo married
again last July. On the 20th Inst. Stephens
relumed, anil bis wife omhraced him. Tlie
now husband became jealous and killed
her instantly. Stephens then shot bis suc
cessor fatally, but not until be hlmsolf was
mortally wounded by the last buiband.
Fifteen raftsman became involved Ina
drunken fight near Mount Sterling, Ky.,
few day ago, and Elijah Lee was shot
dead and six others were seriously wound'
Bt boiler explosion the other day at
West Carlisle. O.. two men were killed
and several others were Injured. .
Bbawnektowii, III., was on the 21st al
most entirely abandoned by its inhabit,
ants, owing to the terrible destruction of
property by storm and flood, and It was
aid that several years of prosperity would
hardly put the town where it was before
th flood. Uuloutown, Ky., and Metropo
lis, 111., were similarly afflicted. At other
points the waters wore receding, and the
worst wss considered over.
Secretary Foloer on th 21st Issued
call for three per cent, bonds to the amount
of $10,000,000, Interest to close May L
A Billikos (Mont) dispatch of the 21st
ssys that flv Fiegan Indian mads raid
nd stole fifty ponies. They war followed
and overtaken by whit man, when a
skirmish ensued, during which four of the
Indian and two of the whites were killed.
The ponies were recaptured.
Advices of th 21st state that th recent
wind-storm wrecked hundreds of sub
merged bouses in th district around
Evansvllle, Ind., besides drowning num
bers of bogs and cattle. An Immense
amount of corn was also lost. Many per
sons were taken from trees and bills where
tbey bad taken refuge, by th relief boats,
soma of whom were badly frozen.
It was stated on the 21st that th wheat
nd fruit crops in Bontbern California
wonld be greatly benefited by the recent
floods, and farmers anticipated a golden
Near Glasgow. O., early the other morn
ing John Brebmer prevented bis father,
who was drunk, from murdering his wife,
when the old man shot his son, inflicting s
Two revende officers on the 21st killed
three men and wounded another in Mitch'
ell County, North Carolina.
A FIRE at Cortland, N. Y., a few days
ago destroyed Garrison and Union liall
blocks, valued at $103,000.
The annual report of tb Chicago Board
of Trade, issued on tb 21st, showed th
shipment of farm product for 1830 to bsv
The bouse of John Burns, at Bridge-
water, Me., was burned k few night ago,
and Mr. Burns snd a daughter, aged four
teen years, perished in tb flame.
IT was discovered on th zist mat
Beverly Taylor, an aged colored mas, and
bis wife and grand-daughter, of Avon
dale, O., bad boon murdered by negroes,
nd their bodies were found In tb dls
sectlng-room of the Ohio Medical College,
Harvit Chappell, aged seventy-eight
years, a wealthy farmer living alone near
Lebanon, Conn., was found murdered on
tb 21st, and th house was robbed of all
Tbi United States 8melting Company of
Philadelphia failed on th 21st for llW.OW.
Further advices of th 22d gave the loss
of life by th recent Southern cyclone as
follow: Alabama, 870; Georgia, ' 200;
North Carolina, 75; Bouth Carolina, 25;
total, 670. It wss thought that these Az
ure would b largely increased a news
was received from sections with which
communication was difficult. The loss of
property was also Immense. Whole Til
Iiiros ware swept entirely away and plan'
lotions and farms denudsi of everything
valuable. Live-stock in great numbers
were also slaughtered.
J. W. Watts snd Henry Wilson became
engaged in a fight a few days ago on board
steamer near Cbattenooga, Tenn., and hi
tb struggle thy both fell overboard and
Tdrodobout th Unltod Btates and Can
sda th business failure during th seven
dsys ended on tb2t!d numbered 251, against
the prevlons week. The distribution was
follows: New England Btates, 20; Mid
dle, 40; Western, 82; Southern, 01 j Pacific
Btates and Territories, 10; Canada and
the Provinces, 83.
It was announced on th 22d that about
nine hundred Cree Indians wer in revolt
In the Northwest Territory. They bad
captured the Government supply of pro
Jobn Heitb, sentenced to life-imprison
ment for the Bisbee murders at Tomb
stone, A. T., was taken from jail on the
22d by a mob and banged to a telegraph
pole. Br tbe rocent wreck of the' bark Ada
Barton, of Bt. John, N. B., nine sailors
Ix a dispute on the 22d at Birmingham,
Ala., over some bills presented for collec
tion, a dentist named Rose drewhis pocket
knife and cut the throat of Henry Harral-
son from ear to ear. The victim was a
popular lawyer, and bis friends wore or
ganizing for vengeance.
NtlL McKaioue, a young butcher at
Winnetka, 111., was on the 231 indicted by
the Grand Jury and placed in jail for the
murder of James L. Willson and his wife.
The fatal button found In tbe room where
the murder was committed were fitted to
tbe butcher's vest In the presence of the
grand jurors, and this, with other circum
stantial evidence, caused the ind ic ment.
McKalgue Is the son of a wealthy and re
spectable citizen of Thorold, Out
A LOHS of $12o,000 was incurred at St,
Paul, Minn., on tbe 24.h by the burning of
a large agricultural implement warehouse.
AT Cincinnati on the 23d Alton lngalls
and Ben Johnson (negroes) confessed to
murdering the Taylor family (thro in
number) at Avoudalo recently and imme
diately delivering the corpses to the Ohio
Medical Colloge. lngalls also stated that
be was a professional resurrectionist
A PASSEifOER train on the Uanuibal &
Bt. Joseph Road broke through a bridge
near New Cambria, Mo., on tbe 23d, and one
child was killed and thirty-three adulta
were Injured, Ave mortally.
It was ascertained on th 23d that Ab
bott, the absconding cashier of the Union
Market National Bank of Watortown,
Mass., abst raced fGO.OOJ instead of $18,000
as first roported.
Tub jewelry store of Marks & Son, at
Troy, N. Y., wa robl l of property val
ued at $30,000 on the night of tbe 23d.
Three coaches of a train on th Colo
rado Central Road were blown from the
track by a hurricane near Georgetown ou
the 23(L Two ladies were badly burned
and many other travelers wer injured.
W. B. Cash, of Cheraw, H. C, a son or
tb famous duelist, on the 231 killed
Marshal Richards and mortally wounded
James Coward, and was being pursued by
posse of citizens.
TBI steamer Bansalito, valued at JjU,-
000, was destroyed by fire at Ban Quetin,
Cab, a few evenings sgo.
Mrs. A. B. E. Haiobt wss convicted of
the tuurder of ber husband at De Ruyter,
N. Y., tb other night, after a trial of two
weeks. It was alleged that Mrs. ilalght
bad killed two other husband and her
Tde Central Hotel, Shield's newspaper
offlo and flv of the principal business
houses In Henrietta, Tex., were destroyed
by fire few night ago.
TBI State Department at Washington
was on th III oiuciauy aavisea ta
Graec bad removed th embargo on
A National Convention of wool-grow
ers has been called to meet at Chicago on
tb 7th of May.
PERSONAL ASD POLITICAL
Tbi Massachusetts Republicans wilt
bold their State Convention at Boiton on
the 80th of April to elect delegates to th
Tui Arkansas Republican Slat Conven
tion to sel.-ct delegates to tho National
Convention will be held at Little Rock
Emert Btorrs, of Chicago, Henry Ward
Beech or, Jobn D. McKenilo and Chief-
Justice Noah Davis were speaker on th
20th at a mass-meeting in Brooklyn, N. Y.,
favoring a more stringent excise law.
TBI Indiana Greenbackers met in State
Convention at Indianapolis on the 221 and
nominated a full Btate ticket, beaded by
H. Z. Leonard for Governor. A platform
was adopted denouncing th present
flnanclal system and demanding that all
money issued by the Oovernmont b legal
tender; calling for tbe speody paymont of
tb National debt and th abolition of tb
National-bank privileges; opposing th
importation ot Chines or other servile
labor, and favoring pensions for sit sol
Tni Democratic National Committee
met at Washington on th 22d and fixed on
July 8 and Chicago as th time and plac
of holding th National Convantion.
Tbe Virginia Legislature ou th 22d
passed over the Governor' veto th bill
reapportioning th But for Representa
tives in Congress.
A circular has been Issued which in
vite th bigh-tariff people ot th country
to mast in mass convention at Chicago tb
21st ot May next.
A monument to General Robert E. Le
was nnvalled at New Orleans onth22d.
Tb figure Is sixteen feet bigb, standing
upon a white marbl column eighty feat
Salmi Morse, ot New York, who be
came notorious through bis effort to es
tablish the "Passion flay" in that city,
flung himself Into th Hudson River,
whenc bi corps was taken on ths 22J.
Jesse Harper, Chairman of ths Nation
al Greenback-Labor Committee, Issued a
rail on th 2iA for a National Convention,
to be held at Indianapolis May 28.
TBI Main Republican State Convention
ha been called to meet at Bangor on the
80th of April next.
Thi bodies of De Long and hi comradits
lay in state at th Brooklyn Navy Yard on
th 220. Th publio reception of tb r
main was a notable event. . -
At a conforenc in New York on tb
23d of Independent Reuublicans from lav
eral States, it was resolved that the char
actor, record and political association ot
the future nominees for President and
Vice-President should be such as to justify
confidence In their clvll-srvlce con
victions, and that Interference with th
free choice of delegates to the National
Convention bv districts should not b
Pedro Montaldo, Professor of Spanish
at tlie United State Naval Academy, was
on the 23d fnund dead in the grounds.
Geouoe H. Frter, one of Colorado's
best-known mining men, dlod at Denver on
the 24tb from an overdose of morphine, ad
ministered by bis own hand.
At Fort Wayne, Ind., on the 21th Jacob
Lehman, an old citizen, while attending
aci.ki.ua " - - o I
Church, dropped dead In the aisle.
The Canadian Government lost $200,003
on the 20th by the burning of the post-
office, custom-house and internal revenue
nfllce at Charlottetown. the capital ot
Prince Edwards Island.
An ice-gorge on the 2Hh flooded a sub
urb of London, Ont., and tbe people were
compelled to leave their home for safety.
Tbi President of Mexico has Issuea a
decree Imposing an additional duty of five
Der cent, on all articles imported into
Mexico after May 13.
Cattle-raisers stated on tb 21st that
the recent storms had killed ten per cent,
of the stock on the Canadian and Beaver
Rivers, and that the remainder were quit
thin in flesh.
A sensation was created in the British
House of Commons a few days ago by
John O'Connor Power, who attacked Par.
nail end his lieutenants in strong Un
guage, saying they had pursued a policy
adverse to the interests oi ireiana ever
slnc tbe Land act was introduced,
Tbi British House of Commons on th
21st reaffirmed Its resolution excluding
Bradlaueh from tbe ball '.he vote being
220 to 173. Bradlaugh was re-elected the
previous day by an Increased majority.
Great failures were reported ou the zia
from provincial cities of France, the lia
bilities aggregating about $2,000,000. A
bank involved in the crash bud 3,1)00,000
francs of doposits, mostly peasants' earn
Hkve thousand miners were on the
22d encaged in a strike at Auzin, Franco.
Advices of tbe 22d state that Tokar bad
surrendered to the Egyptian rebols. A
portion ot the garrison at Khartoum bad
left th town. There were thirty-two
tbouaaad BrltUh troops at Trlokltat and
twelve hundred at Buakitn. General Gor
don telographed Admiral Hewitt to call
a conference of Bhelks to arrange terms of
It was reported on the 24th that a de
tachment ot mounted police of Manitoba
had been captured aud killed by a band
of Cree Indiana on Crooked Lak Reserve.
Tbe three men who last March mur
dered Count von Bzekhely at Ofor, Hun
gary, were executed on th 23d. A crowd
collected about the prison and cheered the
Dr. Carr, th newly-appointed Roman
Catholic Bishop of Galway, Ir and, bos
Issued a pastoral advising his peopl not
terrible explosion occurred in
tb cloak room of th Victoria Railway
Station at London on th morning of tb
Huh. lilnwlno' off a larm portion of tne
roof, destroying nearly all the glass work
In the bulletins- ana aoing xtnsiv uarn-
age to surrounding property. 8ven pe
on were seriously injured. Luckily all
trains had ceased running and but few per
sons were about the station. Tbe explo
sion was undoubtedly dynamite.
Tub crevasse below tho Mississippi
Delta was reported to be 1,500 feet wide
and flv feet deep on the 20th and steadily
The funeral of the murdered negro
family at Avondale, near Cincinnati, took
Eln.ce on the 24th in th Avondale town
all, and was attended by over on thou
sand people, many of whom were the best
rhltai-ltlmna. The ceremonies lasted two
hours. Remarks were made by two colored
and one white clergymen, an oi wnom ad
vocated summary punishment of tb mur
Mits. Haioht, charged with tho mur-
der of ber husband, bas been convicted of
..I M .v. A.fe ftkm at Mnrrtavlll.
iuuiuui u .u.
N. Y., and sentenced to b banged on
While men were engaged in re
placing buildings tbat bad been swept from
their foundations at Powhattan, Belmont
County, Ohio, on th 20th, th rope parted
when a large building waa almost up, and
tbe structure fell, crushing four men bs-
nath it. Two Tell uan ana 'i nomas
Hnrubrook were fatally hurt, and tb
other seriously injured.
Toe remains of Assistant Surgeon
Ambler, on of D Long' commander in
th Jeannette xpdltion, war buried at
Markham, Va.. on th 24th In th pre-enc
of a large number of naval officers and res
ident ot irarquuar county,
Contbart to expectations, "Yellow
Calf," th rebellions Indian Chief In th
Northwestern Territory surrendered to th
Canadian authorities on tb 2rth. Every-thina-1
now aulet and no further troubl
Mk." Ransom offered a Joint resolu
tion in tbe Senate on the Bith appropriating
1100.000 for the relief of tho sufferers by the
recent treat wind storm in th Southern
ui-iaa- II atatud that over five hundred Deo-
pie were killed and many thousands were In-
JUreO ana B'lllfrill m iwiui avium,
l.r.na.1 Thx Monata then resumed Its con
sideration of the currency bill and after some
iiiuMiaainn and an amendment bv Mr. Morrill
the bill naaed-yes,nays 12. The Senate tbe
went Into executive session and adjournnd....
In the House Mr. Hlsoook offered a resolution
which was adopted, oalllna on the BeorvUry
nf thn Trraaurv for Information aa to what
time the rebate on the tobaooo tax will be paid
to claimants, and If ther I to be any delay,
i ha nauaoa thereof and what can be done to
effect a mop speedy payment, A Joint
resolution appropriating .!, ror we ais
trihntliin nf ajed Minns th Sufferer from
th Ohio floods was referred. The House theo
went Into Committee of the Whole on th
nlouro-nnenmonla bill and without aotion th
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commute mv auu quw, aiwmuw.
When alfiper la ruportfid to the polleo
of any district n oilioer is si-tit to etc!i
him or bur to Honolulu, wnere there is a
detention hospital put on the outskirts o.'
the city and on the bank of tlie beauti
ful bay. luen tny are nxamuiu ov
the doctor who decides whether it is a
case of leprosy or not. Once declare:!
a leper the person is oiviuy aeaa, ami
is incapable of suinpj in the courts o
bcins sued. At the hospital there aro
necommniiauons ior uou. uu. i
filled every two months. Tho establish
ment consists of a plot of ground, say
live acres, around which is a very hlgii
f,.noo witu a deep ditch outsidr
oi ll. WJiuin are unmixes ui n uiur.
There Is little shade, except that mad i
bv tho houses, no sward nor running
water. The construction of the house i
is primitive, their furnishing plain t i
the verge oi uiscomtori, out uwy-aiu
clean. To tho north rises the grotcsqu
form of tbe Punch Bowl, tho crater r.
an extinct volcuno, and beneath it arc
tho green slopes and lower lands of tli
beautiful city. Sweeping around to th.1
east is Wokiki, with its graceful forest .
of cocoa palms, and in front tho gree '
sea splashes and roars over the cois.
reefs that form tho harbor bar, In tlii
place tho leper must give up all hope.
Uefors his admission here he had n:
least the expectation of dying amon,1
friends -friends so loyal that they hid.
their afflicted relatives in the mount
ains, and bring them poi and water it.
calabashes. But now oomes the bars),
di-eipliuo of a government institution
Xo wandering in the eool Algeroba for
est, or bathing in the loved surf, bu.
Uiniply a period of suffering and waiting
ror ucatu Dy a mercenary, u cruei iw.
and from whose horrible provisions
there is no escaped
The hospital full, a steamer comes to
take to the Island of Molokai those
whoso condition is most advanced
thcro to remain until death. ' It-wa -with
such a party that I travelod final!;.
to Molokai, bis excellency naving a.
last exhausted his reasons lor my no.
oiii. It was not my lot to witnes.
nuiuy sad scenes, due none oi mem n-
proa 'lieit in any way tnoso wnu-n at
tended the separation of families a
these handful of lepers sailed away t
tboir exile. Uauzliters rcacnea out
their arms to mothers whom ' thc
might not embrace; wives held tip
their mouths for kisses which their bus
bands could not give; babes, held In tip
arms of strangers, iaugriea anu cooci.
to their mothers, to whose breaking
hearts they might not be held in one last ,
loving clasp. And sobs such sobs
"alas! that come from ths depths o
hearts wrung with the misery of a hope
less condition.' Presently the line
were cast off, the little steamer tnrnaii
her bead away and steamed slowly to
ward tbe bar. I went into the little
cabin set apart for the captain and
closed the door, determined to hear n
more and see no more of such grief.
Thn little nort was onen. when sadden -
ly it was darkened, and, looking op, I
saw the dark but beautiful faoe' ofu
woman whose young husband was on
his war to Molokai. She bad swam
out to intercept the steamer, and beinr;
1 ,1 -ll Law vana. II tni1,
luurou RID ail UUl llV w ' '
at home in water as on land, she hail
no difficulty in accomplishing her pur
pose. "Ah," sne saia, "you are no. a
doctor nor a constable. Tell my bus
band to look over the side to me, and
God will bless you."
I went on deck. We were steamlu;-
slowly, waiting for the Government In
spector to complete his task before-
taking his own uoat ior me snore, ior
lepers had become cjuict, or comparo
tively so, except for tain. A few-
women were rocking on their haunchi
and moaning, a young half-white girl
had flung herself on tho deck in a wilt
abandonment of griel, ana Deninu in--smoke-stack
I found the husband kneel
ing In prayer. His face, serrated b;
the loprous sores, was held toward th
sun, the tears were streaming down hi-"
disease-cut features, softening them b . .
their agony of supplication.
'William,'- 1 saw, -your wtie
alongside. Go quietly to tbe place I
h ,f point out to vo ai T0U win
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The man snranir up. and for a mo
ment was perfectly beautiful, such a
joy as came in his face. Then he turned
and ran to tbe place I indicated. Hal.'
an hour afterward I saw him alone
We were then under a full head o.'
steam, passing Diamond Head.
Where is she?" i asked, lie poinien
. .j ii i it.il. ,. .n
astern, anu mere, um, an cimu w
' I n.a. aanV tin aivltlimltlff tl Aa . 6
ward some fishing-boats, her soft Llaod. A
nair noating out ueuiuu ucr uu u0 .-
arm every now and again waving to Wflyv
1 no li'pcr BtJl-llculcuii 13 guuuiaa
called Molokai, but tbat, in fact, isJA,.
name of the island upon which it, rt f "
placed. Kalawal la tbe olTtclal tia.iAC. ,' .
the town or village. It is srtuatejJsV
me loot oi a greop ravine, tirrni "4 " e
which at some time a stream ill Jim. .!
M .., l I 1. JJi.l .'l
nas poured, vn
At their bases
i eiincr siuo anvKJxr if
ng far into tty,,ty v
tho surf bca(j Jjtjr i.
v'lm'.iiiivn vivniiii i . .ii-i'. "a wjrr -v
I I I I '.. , ....iur,ai '
Here the northeast trades roippjil
ihfv ciitrinr In a nn-inSP";' HV1'
.-fiimiand miles' over an nHoww''," Si
o" n. j:ut the rocks ,,u w. tvr .
Minoniy t:;ev fail i-acK s'vt '4
henvy mow done. Tho t'0 jfy.J ,
backwara in susrp a-rcinji
which admission to the lepyr
L.., 1 I 1 II. 1- '1
...... . .. s ri.
oy land is Bionn uubhkikt. o;
. . i j i.. - i . -
Datura nan maau a pr
could hold a thousanil
bridle-path, and i
to restrain the thousand-
tre at this plat-e.
ne crrr!IWftij. fejb i
store, Wellington, 0. -
Oen. Pass, Agt.
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