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:'i '; ,,i EEL - A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home interests; Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, roetry, Etc. VOL. XVII. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1884. NO. 10. PBISE. DIRECTORY. POST-OFFIOK PKPARTMTCNT. 0 PPitE hours from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. 0., C C. A I. B. R. Mailt Closo: . Going North, T:45 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 8:00 p. m. Going South, 9:00 a. ui., 8:U0p. m. Mulls Distributed; From North, 7:00 a. m., 9:StU a. m. k'roui South, 7:00 a. iu., 3:00 p. m, W. &L.E. U.B. Malls Closet Oolnir Enst, 9:30 a. m, tioiug West, 4:00 p. m. Mulls Distributed! From EnRt, 4:40 p. m. From West, 10:lli a. m. BKIOnTON. Arrive, dally, 10:00 a. m. . Depart, dully, ll:oo a. m. HUNTINGTON. -Arrive, 13:00 m. Mondays, Wednesday and Fri days. Depart, 0:45 a, m. Tuosdays, Thursdays and .bmurduys. OBEBLIN. Arrive, dally, 9:00 a. m. Depart, dally, i ;00 p. m. . . .UNFJELD. Arrive, 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and rtuturdiiya. Depart, loioo a. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and .bulunluy. COUNTY OFFICERS. Prorccutino AjTonmr D. J. Nye, Aumitoh O. Hoot TiikasuukIi O. H. Bobbins. Clkhk 11. J. Lewis. Bm cttifir Cnlvln Kuslgn. Recorder W. E. ( uhoon. Vhodatb Juimir E. H. Hinman. Hukvkvoh T. C. Itowon. Commihhionkks K. P. llurroll, W. M. Cran lul I, A. Kauver. 1 m ri iim a it v Din ECTons 1. 8. Straw, Mr. Fos 4or, Bradford Hace. WELLINGTON TOWNSHIP. TntmTSKS Luoius Merrick, Hoinor Allyn, J. H. Wight Clkhk-J. W. Wilbur. Tkkawukh A. U. Lambert Abhehhou H. N. Goodwin. Constable C. W. Maker. E. Hsckott Jl'sticks or thi PkaceT. W. Browning, . Jt Huetea. WELLINGTON VILLAGE. Mayor T. K. Hornck. Councii.men l. T. Uush.T. Doland, C. V. Tlctnenway, M. W. Lang, George i'lshor, S. 8. Hall. Clrrk R. N. Oondwln. Thiabuukh J. H. Wight Makhhai K. Huckott C'lllir EHOINZKK Fill DXT ARTMSNT 8. A. "Williams. UNION SCHOOLS. Mxnubrr or rnx Hoard or Editcatiow J. H. Wight. E. V. Webster. J. W. Wilbur, 8. Wlu- aocKer, w. n. nanuoy, n. nouguwu. OFFICE 113 OF ROAUD. President J. W. Houghton. OjtKK W. It Sant'er. TltBAHIlltMlt-I. H. Witfht BupuiMNDiiNT or BuioOLg B. II. Klnnl- ton. CHURCHES. I II ST I O fill R A ION 4 1, Ml UHCH, r Northwest corner South Main and Mair- yar street Sorvlees, Babbnl h, 1U M a. m., 7 :00 p.m. Babbmli school, in. Young peo ples' meeting, (1:110 p. m. Weekly prayer meet ing, Thunway evening. MK'IIO INT K.IMMl'tlPAL ('III 111)1, East side Piitillo Siiunre, Kov. M- F. War ner, nasfor. Hprvlcra. IliSDR. m. and 7:00 n. m. Hahbath school, 1:1:110m. Social meetings, 8:00 p.m. Young people' meeting, TuowNy, 7:00 p. in. Regular weekly piny-' mi-ellng. Thursday evening. Psswr's rvsldcnoo on Cort'snif A veniT. dln-cilv In renr of church. -rvianri." f'HI'RCH. West Liberty St. U Hnv. K. H. Moore, pastor. Services. 10 :M a. m., 7:011 p. m. Hahlialh school, 13:03 m. Regular weekly prayer mooting, Thursday evening. DENTISTS. HJ. IIOI.HKOOK, Dentist Office over Husted'a store. In Unnk Building, 'Wellington, Ohio. Nitrous oxide fas sdmiu- c s. IMtl.llKOoK. Dontlst Office over , rost-otiice, Wellington, O. PHYSICIANS. rp neCLAR'N, m. D.. Physolan and Sur- x . geon. cans rrom village ana oouniri "will receive prompt attention. Ollloe over If O. Starr's drug store; telophone No. S. Keot donoe, South Main street; leluphone No, ti. D H. i. RIDT, Homtpoputhlit Calls at all hours uromntlv atteiuleil. Ollloe and rcsldcnoe.Weat aide PubUe Hauure: tuluohone 41i U. NOTARY PUBLIC. KM. UiKOWIM, Insuranoe Agent and . Notary Public Insuranoe, deed, mort srsges, wills, lease, oontraets, eto written la a neat and legal manner. Olhos over Sersge't vuui ana snoe sure. W. r. HIRRIOK. W. M. RICHARDSOg. TTEKRICK RICHtRDKON, Attor- dbj. ana uunsenors ai Law. convey. doss. oolleotlng and all kinds of leaal hunl. neas promptly attended to. Offlce, Ueo'xiiot'f BANK. IpiNKT NATIONAL B4MK. Wellington, O., does a general banking bualnoss, buys and sells New York exohange, Govern- mem oonos. eio. b. b. Warner. President: H. I A. Horr, Caahlar, WllUam Duahlon, AasltUut TONSORIAL. IIUCiEMR HOHINMUN, tha Barber, keep! 'J. J on of th neatost most oonvenient Uar IborBhnpilatown. Only flrst-olass workman inployad. A full assortment of balroils,po laade and hair restorative. Fin bath-rooms ;!noonneotinn and furnished at all hour with hot and cold water and all neoessary oonveui nee. Rooms, South side Liberty street PRINTING, BRIM) your Printing to the Kntsrfkib Ollloe. All kinds of Printing done neatly and promptly. Oltlc. west Sid Public Suaro, over Houghton's drug store. PHOTOGRAPHER WF.MAYYTtLLK, Photographer. Plot , lire In every styl, and fully abreast All th lata Improvement IB th art Engage. winla for sittings should, whenever praotlca bla, be mad In advanos. Gallery over Bowl y Hau l tor! toUphon No. 07. . PLANINOMILL. nntMWTH It HON, Planing Mill a Beroll sawing, matehlng. plauing, auk, don to order. Dealer In lumber, laili, shin gles, door, sash, blind, mouldings and dressed lumber of all sorts. Vard, near Hamlin' feed atora, Wellington, O, , . tJl'l 1U1AN. FW. HUliQHTON, dealer in spectacle, eyo glasxos, ro:ullng glnsS'i, optirn glaxsos, tolesoonuD, and a full lino of optiuul f roods. Gold, silver, stool, rubber an 1 voliu old frames of the It nest grades kept in stock. ueiiiiiug umii repairing uia iraincs none i) order. Fitting dilliault eyes a specialty. Oi' five, west side Publlo tiyuaro. ry DOI.ANI), Mannfscturcrof Corrlnpnn, Wag X . ons sud Sleighs, North Main St., W vlllugtuu, HAMLIN P08T NO. Sie, ez.Vr. WELLINGTON, OHIO, Moetson IhoMe rnd anil fuurlh Vwlnuwlay cvon ings of each Ullllltll. l'unt tonms in Kmerubn's Block. J, J. TllOMAH, Couuuauder. V. L. Cihik, Adjutant. COAL! The best Masslllon Lump And Nut Conl, MaaBillon Kennel Coal. The best Hard Coul in market. Olllco above Bunk. FRANKS, TITUS & Co. Wellington Real Estate AGENCY W, 1 RICHAEDSOHj G.W.8ABS. We have good facilities for soil ing Real Estate both in the town and country. "We will handle all property placed in our hands with energy and upon reasonable terms. LINE Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Hallway. TEE CHEAT CENTRAL tlM Mil BsrrwKKN TUC BAST WBOT Through can with connection! In Union Depots. Only direct line via Cleveland, Buffalo and Niagara Falls NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND. Direct eonnectloD for all Southern Uouth western, and Western point, either by way of Cluclnnatl. IndUnspolls or 8t. Louis. Di rect connection (n Uoion Depot at Bt Louis for all railway towns in Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, Old Mexico, and the Pacific coast Fast Tim. New Equipment and running through the most , opuious part of the coun try; possessing every appliance lor speed ana comiort Known to be servicabie. The Best Roadbed and the Safest Eoad in the west. Ticket bv this popular route for sale at all regular Ticket OUlces. From and after Dec. 80, 18R3, until further netlce, trains on this road will pas Welling, ton a follow: OOINO WIST. Standard Tims No. 11 Cleveland ft Ind'oolis ElDrefi..8 10 s.m. No. 17 N. Y. A Cln. Eprn a p.m. iu. i waiifni Aocommoosiion... o.uo p.m. No. 5 Night ExpniM g.U D.m. No. M Local Freight 8.10 a.m. OOINO CAST. No. Nleht Exoress B.fH a m No. 8 Cleveland ArcommixlalloD..... 7.S7 s.m. no. ly tit. louis n.w York Kx I.g7 p.m. No. o Cincinnati ft New York x 6. DO p.m. Ne. 60-Local Freight 1.04 p.m. NoTa-No. 7 runs to Gallon only. No 8 runs to Columbus, Cincinnati and Bt Louis. E. B. THOMAS, O.B. SKINNER, Gen. Manager. Traffic Mauager, A. J. SMITH, Gen. Pa. ASt CLEVELAND. OHIO. WEEELINS & LASS ERIE SAHEOAS Cleveland & Marietta E. B. From and after Nor. 18, 1888 until fur ther notice, trains. on tbla road will pass weuingiou ationows: ooma BAST. Standard Time. ... 8 85a.m. ... B 48 a.m. ... 1.88p.m. ... (,40p.m. ... (JO a.m. Mixed, No. 11 Express, I ExprvH, " S Exproim, " 8 Local Freight, ID OOINO WEST. Exprons, No. .... Kxpruu, " 4..,. KxprtiM, 6.... Freight, . lg., Local Freight, " 18,.., 6 88 a.m. ..10.18 s.m. ., 4.18p.m. ., 10 p.m. ... 8.80p.m. CONNECTIONS. Tolndo With sll line entering thteity. ' ' FremonU-Wlth L. K. ft W. R. K. Cljde-Wllh I. B. ft W. R. it . Bellvne-Wlth N. Y. 0. A Bt. L. B. R. Monroevilla-Wllb B. ft O. B. R. VVslllngton-WHh 0, 0, C. ft I. Ry. . Cre.tou-Wlih N. Y.. P. ft O. R. R. ft o'TR."JtW'lh '' A" " 11 K- nd P'' W T,lVVl,RRth ?, W ' B "d -Vslley Junetlon-Wlth Vsllay R. B. . tanal Dovsr-with C. ft P. R. K. sod 0, T. V. ft W. K. H. N.wcommt own With P, 0. A St. L'. R, R. "" CambridgWlthB.O.B.R. - Point PlwanlWiih W. 0. ft at. B. B. Marietta With M. ft 0. B. B. M. O. WOODFORD, JAB. M. HALL, J Oea. Sept. . U.n. Pas, Agt. m I ' THE, NEWS. . Compiled from Lata Dispatches. CONGRESSIONAL. Irt the Senate on tho 27th Mr. Van Wyck arked Immediate consideration for a resolu tion which he offered diiactlng the 1,'ost ofllce Commitioe to Inquire whether at any timo the Wentorn Union and the Baltimore ft Ohio Telegraph Companies hud , negoti ated lor consolidation; after debute the resolution was referred. Mr. 1 Ulair Introduced a bill to extend the time for the completion of railroads west of the Mhwlmlppl lilver to whleh grant of publlo land httl been made, which wore in good faith proeeeutlng tho wo k of conntruotion, wllb out tho forfolturo of sueh grants. A long do bato took pluoeon the bl'l to eonntruot eleven ves-els lor t ie navy In tho iiounethe bill to repeal the lron-elnJ oath (previously passed by the Kenatet was passed. A resolution as adopted directing the Sooretnry of tho Treasury to stale how much money there was lit the vaults, and to report what amount eould at rromint be ap- nuou in luiuiuiuion or too puouo aeut. nr. lllngliiin, I rem the Committee on Post-oftlees and Post-roads, reportod adversely on the bill to prevent tho use of the United States minis to advertise noxious medioinos, food and compounds. The Plouro-pucuiuoula bill wus further considered. Mr. Iicoalls Introduced a hill In t,ie Senate on tho 28th to removo the Injunction of se ereoy from the mombers of the Fits John Portorcourt-martlaL Debate on the bill to authorize tho construction of steel vessels for the navy occupied the remainder of the ses sion. ...in the House the Pleuro-Pncumon'a bill was passed lu6 to 127. It provides for the creation of a (lovernmont Duroou of Animal Industry. Ku'ogies upon the Into Kepresout ative Haskell, of Kansas, were delivered. In the Senate on the 20th ult a favorable report was mailo on the original bill for the admission of Dakota. Mr. Hansom reported back adversely the Joint resolution for an appropriation of live hundred thou sand dollars for the cyclone sufferers In tho ronth, the distress having boon overstated. The bill for the construc tion of stnel cruisers was passed .18 to lii. Adjourned to March 8.... Tn tbe House, In Commltiei of tbe Whole. It was resolved that General Pleosanton bo retired with the rank of Colonel. Tho Post-otl oe Appropriation bill wus reported. An evening session was held, at which about twenty pension bill were passed. Thi Senate was not in session on the 1st.... In tbe House a resolution was adopted call ing on the Scoretaryof the Interior for in formation relative to the unauthorized fencing In of publlo lands In several State and Territories. Dills were reported to pro vide for tho Issiio of olro'ilatlng notes to Na tional buiks, to establish a Hoard of Inter state Commerce, and to Increase pensions. DOMESTIC. A BIDCCTIO of twelve per cent In wages was announced on the 27th in nine bat factories at Reading, Fa., employing about on thousand hands, the' reason given being competition and exorbitant du y on wool. , Advices of the 28:h from th recently overflowed sections state that at Paducab, Ky., the distribution of rations continued, over 4,000 people being provided for. Hun dred of people were suffering who were getting along after a fashion before tbe cold snap. Tbe hanks between Memph's and Evansville, Ind., were Kned with peo ple, who were boused in open barns, out bouies, etc., and with th mercury down to aero much suffering must ensue. Thi cltliens of Medina County, Tel., bad, up to th 28th, hunted down and lodged in Jail thirty-nine fence-cutters. A detachment, of rangers was stationed at Csstrovilie. Abovi and below Bhreveport, La., for a hundred mile, th country was a shallow aea on the 28th. Th planter would lose heavily In fences, stock and horses, and th colored population were In great dis tress. FirrciN RUHDfiiD coal-miner In th vicinity of Pittsburgh, Pa., struck on th 28th for an advanc of wages. It was reported on th 28th that th Apache were again on th war-path in Bonora, Mez. Near Cliipua they killed two men and stole several horsea, and th dead bodies of several Mexicans were fnunil on Mexican soil near the border. Large number of cattle bad been stolen from Los Piedra and Da. Lumbr. A Fed eral force was in pursuit Tin Treasury Department at Washing ton on the 29. h ult issued warrant lor about 111,600,030 on account of pensions for th month. Tn chemical-works of Powers A Wsightman, In Philadelphia, th moat ex tensive In the United State, were de stroyed by flr early on the morning of th 29th ult, causing a lost of over 11,000,00). E. Dktrick & Co., dealers In bags and twin at Ban Francisco, failed on the 20th ult for $381,000. During th seven day ended on tb I9tb nit the business failures throughout th United State and Canada numbered 275, against 2S1 the previous week. Th dis tribution was a follow: New England State, 28; Middle, M; Western, 79; Southern, 68; Paciflo State and Terri tories, 18j Canada and the Provinces, 88. A Niw Orleans dispatch of th 20th ult state that tb river above wer still ril ing and th overflow spreading. At Hele na, Ark., th situation was crltlcnl, tb river rising ten Inches a day. Tb Iron Mountain trains were (topped and th city cut off. A heavy fore svss strengthening tbe levees. Ureat distress waa being ex perienced, but no loss of Ufa bad'teen re ported. The excei of th value of export over Import of merchandise Into th United State during January last was f 19,677,487, and for th twelve months ended January 81, 1884, was 1104,870,180. Am experiment for nslng a compound of waUr and aloohol a fuel on th tug Mat tl Sergeant at Boston recently resulted In a conflagration, damaging th boat $16,000, which tb experimenter would have -to pay. , i. ......... A National bank, with 12,000,000 capital subscribed, to be called th Metropolitan, was organised In Chicago on th 29th nit, Seven seamen of the United State steamer Michigan, now lying at Brie, Pa., on tbe 29th ult, vetnntoered to 40 out with th Greely relief expedition, and had passed th rtqulilt examination by sur gon. At Boston th price of liquor license f all grades has been advanced. The publio-iiubt s'atement Issued on i.j Ut makes the following exhibit: Tout debt (inclining Interest of S10,80t,106), !fl,,0,i7!. Cash In Treasury, 3!6,2!0,. 401. Debt, less amount In Trca u y, V, 463,1101,13). Decrease durln? Febiunry, $2, i8V. Decrease since Juno 8), 188., $07,&9),07L. Bixteen houses in the lower part of Hac rlsburg, Pa., were badly damaged a fo-jr days ago by an explosion of dynamite, caused by a fire in a shanty. Auvicgsof the Ut s a e that in there cant cyclono tn North Carolina one hun dred persona were killed, two hundred and fifty were wounded, and property valunl at half a million dollars was dostroyeri. Riclinioud, Anson, Chatham' Union, Shel by, Wako, Harriott, Johnson, Ashe, Naih, Robeson, Montgomery and Cumberland Counties suffered the most, A rme ou the 2d at Utlca, N. Y., origt natin;c in the shoe factory of H. J. Hoi brook & Co., spread until ton buildings worj destroyed, includ ng the City Na tional Hank. The total loss was estimated at$,0j0,0dO. A 8TATKMKNT made by the United State Treasurer on the 1st shows that the total coinage of standard silver dollars within the past fivi years was 100,1:5,119, of which amount only 39,302,7.'0 are outstanding. Tug works of tiie Unl ed States Stamp ing Company at Portland, Conn., employ ing five hundred men, wore burned on the evening of tbe 1st, causing a loss of $5X), 0,0. An incendiary Ore a few days ago de stroyed the court-house at Weathorford, Tex., with the records of the courts. Tbe loss was es Imated at $50,0)0, At New Bed 'or J, Mass., Robert Smith and wife were found den 1 in bad on the 1st from the eff .cts of coal-gas, and Charles Bchn -ldir, of Erie, Pa., and two members of his family, die! from the same cause, .The United States Government Is press ing i's claim against Spain for $1,092,000, for losses sustained by Americans in Cuba during the rebellion. Francis J. Smith, City Treasurer of Bayonno, N. J., was arrested on the 1st, charge ! w th being a defaulter to the ex tent of $37,00J. PERSONAL AND. POLITICAL The time for holding the New Jersey Republican State Convention has been changed to April 17. The Ooio Republican Stats Convention will be held in Cleveland April 2L 8. M. Weaver, a disable 1 member of tbe Iowa House, was on the 28th taken to the clerk's desk in a reclining chair and wrapped in a buffalo overcoat, in order to record bis vote on the Prohibitory Liquor bill. Washington advices of th 28tb state that the House Committee on Public Lands bad decided to report in favor of forfeiting that por.ion of the Northern Pacific grant where the road had not been completed July 4, 1870. TVs would restore to the publio domain about 873,000 acres. . The Rhode Island Republican Conven tion will be held at Providence March 20. M. T. Polk, tbe defaulting State Treas urer of Tenneiseo, died quite suddenly on the 29 h nit at East Nashville. Obrin A. Carpenter, charged with kill ing Zora Burns, was taken from tbe Lin coln (111.) Jail on the 28 h ult to Pe tersburg, where It was expected the trial would begin March 10. President Arthur on the 20th ult sont to Congress tb report of th Civll-Serric Commission. Tbe document admitted that there bad boen several violations of the law In regard to political assessment, but th amount collected wa not one-fourth s much formerly, Tb act was consid ered a success. The widow of the Immortal John Brown, of Harper's Ferry, died on the 29tb ult at San Francisco. Chief Nihho, of the Bureau of Statistics at Washington, stated on the 29th ult, tn reply to the charges of manufacturingem Igration statistics, made by John Law, Secretary of tbe Dopar.ment of Agricult ure of Canada, that the statement was a fabrication of the basest sort Thi Republican Editorial Association of Indiana, at It meeting at Indianapolis on th 29th ult, deprecated making prohibi tion an Issue In th) coming campaign. The lower house of th lows Legislature 00 th 20. b ult ordered engrossed the Sen ate bill prohibiting tb manufacture and sal of all Intoxlcatinr liquors. The National House Commi'te on Com merce agreed on th 29th ult to report Representative Stewart' bill to regulate Inter-State commerce and provide for tbe appointment of a Commission. An intendment prohibiting pooling bad been d led to tb bill A agreed to, th bill provide that In th transportation of property the charge "shall b reasonable for inch service;'' that there shall be no discrimination in the trans portation of freight; that It shall be un lawful to allow any rebate, and that pool ing, under any rircumstano.-s, will be un lawful. Tbe bill also provides for the ap pointment of a commission, to consist of three members, one a lawyer, on a railroad man and on wbos qualifi cation are not specified, to investi gate complaints ( it satisfied the act has been violated ths Commission Is re quired to notify tb company to cease vio lation. . If th company falls to comply with th decision of tbe Commission with in six day It will b required to show causa why It should not be enjoined and restrained In the continuance of such vio lation. " The Prohibition bill pasted tb Iowa House on th 1st o to 41 all th Repub lican and on Democrat voting for th measure. There being a Prohibition ma jority of twenty-four In the Benate, its passage In that body was considered oer taln. . ' Th Maine Straight Greenback But Convention has been called to meet at Au gusta on April 80, to select delegates to the National Convention. Washington advice of th 1st state that the Post-offio Appropriation bill as pre pared by th committee appropriates for compensation to postmasters $IO,5u0,iO0, and provides that no salary of any pout- master shall exceed $1,0)0 per year. E. 1L Funbton, Republican, wus on tho 1st elected to Congress fr im the Second District of Kansas, to succeed the late D. C. Hnkoll, by a maioi'Uy of nearly four thousand. Tub city election at Loxinston, Ky., re sulted on the 1st in the defeat of the Dem ocratic ticket, for the first time in ton years. rOEEIGH. John Lowe, becietury of the Canadian Department of Agriculture, was examined by a special Parliamentary committee at Ottawa on the 28th, and swore that the statistics isiiued from Washington as to the immigration to the Unit id States from Canada were incorrect, and that American customs officers had been instructed to fraudulently augment tbe number of per sons leaving tbe Dominion, The London police on the 28th found a large quantily of explosives under the Charing Cro-is Railway station, and a clerk discovered in the cloak-room a box containing dynamite. A statement was made in the House of Commons that an In fernal machine of American manufacture had b en found at tbe Paddington Railway station. Ureat excitement preva led. In Ontario trains were dolayed and abandoned on tbe 24th owing to tbe se verity of a snow-storm, and in Nova Scotia, also, a storm raged fiercely. The Czar of Russia has decided to con vene a council, composed of representa tives of the ruling classes, to consider whether a powerful Nihilist party really exists, and bow to crush It out or satisfy Its wants. The steamer Norseman, which arrived at Boston on the ;8th from Liverpool, re ported having steamed along a solid wa.l of Ice for on hundred and ten miles. Ma. Gladstone, in Introducing a fran chise bill in tbe House of Commons on the 28tb, expressed the opinion that the United States recovered so rapidly from tbe late civil war because every capable citizen bad a vote. The Irish Parnellites In tbe British House of Commons on the 9th ult openly denounced the dynamite conspirators, who, they declared, had their headquar ters in the United States. Orders were on the 29th ult cabled by the British Government to the English de tectives tn New York to Inquire Into the character and antecedents of all persons sading from New York and Boston for En glish ports since February 1. A Glasgow cablejram of the !9th ult chronicled the failure of Martin Turn r tt Co., engaged In the Cast India trade, with liabilities of HO,0 JO. Advices of the 1st from Cairo state that In a battle near Trinkitat General Graham repulsed the Egyptian rebels, killing one thousand of them and capturing some guns. The British loss waa placed at twenty-four killed and one hundred and twenty-four wounded. General Graham advanced to Tokar, when the rebels fled to tbe moun'alns. A BLACK bag, mad of American cloth, containing forty-five packages of dyna mite, wa on the 1st found In the cloak room of tbe Ludgate Hill Station lit Lon don. 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" pejpunq rejA UJtotq ejesa seipoq aqj, -iqoeux easef poe pjqnq ieuinM jldH qdiopng 4ajliq pu upiq qi Eu) j-qst(nnep pg eqi jo unjoai eqi no popoid j-xe J aareqseg.rtM. 'O a tti OHIO LEGISLATURE. Senate, Feb. 23. Bills were Introduced: To amend section 8,945, providing that costs in creation of sub-school districts shall be taxed upon the several townships from which the territory comprising them -Is taken, in proportion to the enumeration of tbe fractional parts of the townships; ' to repeal the act of May 8, 1878, to reorgan ize and change the name of the Ohio Agri cultural and Mechanical College; amend ing section 772 of tbe Revised Statutes ao thut the Governor may remove a girl under the age of sixteen, sentenced to the peni tentiary, a county Jail or. workhouse, to the Girls' Industrial Home. The Senate adopted Mr. McUride's Joint resolution requesting the Ouio Congressmen to urge the passage of the Koran bill prohibiting the importation and immigration of for eigners under contract to perform labor in the United States, by striking out the pre amble. Adjourned until three p. m. of the ittth. 7oiise. The bill supplementary to an act entitled "An net to revise and consolidate the t'cueral statutes of Obi"," passed Juno 80, 1870, was passed. Bills introduced: Requiring persons who pint additions to donate lund for alleys in the rear of all lots; creating the ofllce of State Oil Super visor; amending section 4,8118, changing the time of publishing the receipts ami expen ditures in gravel road repairs from April to September; amending the stututes re quiting road supervisors to clean diterWs along highways; changing the law in rela tion to the legal responsibility of women, and making the age of twenty-one the age at which all parsons, male and female, shall roach their majority; amending sec tion 7,0 1 7 so as to facilitnteoperationsof the statutes against the truck system in mining regions; providing for the election of mem bers of the boards of education iu cities having a population of ten thousand or more. Adjourned till the 2ath. Senate, Feb. 25. Petitions were pre sented asking the Legislature to publish a complete roster of the Mexican war and tbe war of tbe rebellion; referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The 1111 Sroviding for the completion of Volume V., eolocy of Ohio, and to whom the same ahall be distributed, was passed. Bills were Introduced: Limiting tbe number of studies to be required of scholars in public schools; establishing circuit couits, and Jiroviding for th election and pay of the udges thereof ; amending tbe fish law, ao that brook trout or salmon cannot be bought or sold between the lath of Septem ber and tba )4th of March. Adjourned. House Bills were passed: Regulating tbe foes incorporating companies under the laws of the State; supplementary to an act to authorize councils of certain cities to borrow money fcr tbe construction and operation of water work for domestic, fire and other purposes, and issue bonds therefor, passed March 15, 1883. Pending discussion of the bill abolishing the con vict contract ayslem tbe House adjourned. Senate, Feb. 20. After the transaction of routine business Mr. Crowell introduced a bill amending the Scott law so that the tax will not be less than $100 nor more than 1X and the County Commissioners are made a board to assess the tax. Mr. Mc Lyman introduced a ! ill to prevent nepo tism in tbe employes in State institutions. Adjourned. House. Petitions were presented from nine hundred citizens of Cuyahoga County protesting against the passnge of the bills relating to a State Board of Health and tbe Keed Pharmacy bill; referred. A large number of petitions were received and re ferred, asking for the adoption of Senate resolution by Mr. Van Cleaf providing for the publication of a complete roster of Ohio troops in the Mexican and civil wars. Bills were introduced: giving drawn Jurors $j a day tbe same as teg ular Jurors; compelling railroads to place flagmen or other means of safety at every crossing outside of cities and villages. Adjourned. Sena! a. Feb, 27. A bill giving township trustee the am authority as county com missioners to linprov roads, waa passed. Mr. Prnden introduced a bill appropri ating $10,01)2 to pay th State militia for services in Cincinnati during the flood; and Mr. Orvn offered a Joint resolution asking Congress to pass tb Reagan bill protecting th people against unjust charges by railroads. Adjourned. Hmtte. Arguments on tbe bill to abolish the convict contract system were resumed, and after an animated and lengthy debate the bill passed yeaa 67, nays 39. Ad journed. Senate, Feb. 28. Th following bills were passed: To punish trespassers' and prevent depredations upon land where the tame are inclosed by a high board or picket fence; to authorize the Cin cinnati & Eastern Railroad Company to lund its debt, issue bonds, complete the road to Portsmouth, and from Portsmouth to Gallipolis, pay off all claims, issue new mortgages, and make the road a standard gauge. Bills were introduced: Making appropriation of $19,000 to meet de ficiencies' appropriating $2,600 to pay the lessees of the Publio Works for damage amending the Insurance lawa ao as to pro vide for guaranteelngthe fidelity of persons holding publicor private trust. On being called to order at the afternoon seas tun th Senate resolved itself Into a court and listened to further testimony in the eon tested election case of Pike vs. Hayne. Th court adjourned to meet March 5, at I p.m. How. Bills were passed: Making chattel mortgagee void after tbe expira tion of two year from filing th same, nn-, less tbe mortgage la renewed r providing for the printing of tbe Ohio But Reports at a sum not exceeding $1.85 per volume; amending section 2,806 of th Revised Statutes so that village councils mar ap point a sewerage commission; requiring tbe planting of shade trees on public school property; extending the time for the com pletion of ditch contract from 60 to 120 day. Mr. Sherman's bill regulating the practice of medicine In Ohio, wa mad th special order for March 5, at 10 o'clock a m. Dill wr Introduced: Amending seotlon 2,700 so ss to enable town, villages and hamlet to procure Are apparatus; author ising women to sell their real estate inde pendent of their husband, except to their right of courtesy; amending the fishing laws so that ' it will be unlawful to catch brook trout or salmon during the spawning season: providing that pleadings In will cases shall be the am as other ease ; Increasing tb pay of teaoher at the institution of the -blind; aetablishlng a forestry experimental Station at Columbus; amending section (,108 so that estates of eourteey may be ubleot to she debt of tbe hsr' and after he heirs have reached their majority; pro hibiting the sale of unsound sneat, and th flesh of calves ) than four weeks old; authorising th Ohio Stat Board of Agriculture to Issu $80,000 worth of bonds lor fair ground Improvement. Adjourned. Btnntt, feb, . The Senate met this morning, but without transacting any busi basa, aJjouraed onttl March 6, , , Iouts. Following tb example of tbe Benate, t e House met and adjourned until March 0 wltheut transacting any business.