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FE.IBE. A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Home Interests, Politics, Agriculture, Science, Art, Poetry, Etc. WELLINGTON,' LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1881. NO. 21 VOL, XVII. ... 1 - . . . ,. 4 : . a 3. I J. I,, 'I, I . V J.iW-" I DIRECTORY. O0rjXXX0CCe . POHT.OPFIOE DEPARTMENT. 0 FF1CB hour from 7 a, m. to t p. m. rrom Kant, 4:40 p. n IromWestlOilila. o,a,oiB.a Mails Ciosei Going North, 7:45 a. m, 1:40 p. m, J:00 p. m. Going South, :00e. m 8:00p.m. Malls Distributed: From" North, 7:00 a. m, :80 a. m. From South, 7:00 a. m., 8:0) p. m. W. ft L. H. B. B. Haul Closoi . Going East, 9:80 a.m. Going West, 4:00 p.m. Malls Distributed! . m. . m. BRIGHTON. i. Arrive, dally, 10:00 a, m. Depart, dally, U :00 a.m. HUNTINGTON. Arrive, 13:00 m. Mondays, Wednesday and Frl- rtenart. 0:4S a. m. Tuesdays. Thursdays and . Saturdays. ODEOLIN. Arrive, dally, 9:00 a.m. Depart, dally, t :00 p. m. PKNFIELD. Arrive, 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Depart, 10:00 a. m. Tuesday i, Thursdays and Saturdays. COUNTY OFFICERS. PaoMCTTiKO Attobbbt D. J. Nye. Auditor O. Root Thbaburbb O. H. Bobbins. Clbrb H. J. Lewis. BHMRirr Calrln Ensign. Kscobdeb W. K. Cahooa. Probatb Jitdos-H. H. Hinmaa. Dim. vnu T fl HnWRI. Comshssioiibbs-H. P. BurreU, W. M. Craa-1 iriBM ABTDiHoro-L 8. Straw, Mr. ros ter, liradrord usoe. WKLLINQTON TOWNSHIP. TKUitms Luolus Herrlok, Homer Allyn, J. H. wignu Cl.BBB-J.W.'WIIbBr. v Tbbasurbb A. B. Lambert. AssbssobB. N. Goodwin. ...ai .a cl W. Biker. H. Hsekett Justices Of thb Pbacb T. W. Browning, .CHustea. WXIXINOTOK VILLAQB. ar m v w.i i t.- - CoUBOiLMan-D.T. BuiB,T. Dolsnd. O.V. flemenway. M. W. Lang, Ueorge -ner, a. a, Aleu. Clirx B. H. Goodwin. Trbasobbb-J. H. wight V. ........ v B U .r.kat t ' Chibv Ksaixas Ft DarABTaiBB-. A. Williams. ,c UKION BCHOOLB. Watiaaa Avvwa ROABB Or KrTT3ATI01 -J. H. Wight B. F. Webster. J. W. Wilbur, S. Win- looker, W. B. BnUey. J. w. nougnioa. OFFICERS OF BOARD. PairtDiKT J. W. Houghton. CiR-. B. Bantlev. Trsaurbs-4. H. Wight BoraBMiBiDSM or Boat ton. JW, HOUGHTON, dealer In spectacles, eye glasses, reading glasses, opera glasses, tolosoopes, and a full line of optioal goods. Gold, silver, steol, rubber and cellu loid frame, nf thn Hnest a-rades kept in stook. Kelllllngand repairing old trainee aono w order, jntllngdlinouiieyee a spooianj. ui floe, west side PubUo Square. . Tuuuin if, at ann recta rer oi oas and Slolghs, North Main St W elllngton, HAMLIN P08T no. s:e. C.A.R. WELUNOTON, OMIQ, Meets on th. sec ond and fourth Vedoowlay evon- (ngs of each month. Post rooms In Emerson's Block. J, J, Thomas, Commander. W. L. Cook, Adjutant COAL! . . r .,, v I ZamI i ne nest massiiiun l.uuju uu u v.. Maasillon Kennel Coal. The best Hard Coal in market Otilce atwre uaryc. THE NEWS. Compiled from Late Dispatches. C05GEESSI0HAL. A unqtht debate took place In the Senate ontheHthon the bill for the establishment ot a Bureau of Labor Statistics, but no aquon was taken.. ..In the House resolutions were reported unseating Mr. MoKlnley, from the riirhtnantlr nnin lilatrtct. asd Mr. Feelle. from the Seventh Indians Dlstrlot A favorable report was made on a Dill lor a mini at nu Louis. The Consular and .Diplomatic Appro priation bill was debated. A motion to abol ish the office of Minister to Groat Britain was lost Mr. Gollom introduced a bill In the Sonate on the 15th to prevent speculation by officers of National banks. Mr. Mogan offered a res olution directing the Finance Committee to Investigate the National bank suspensions in Newxork. A Dill was passea lo aiu me now ftrUana Rvnnalhon til the amount Of f 1.00,- VtO. Adjourned to the 19th.. ..in tho Mouse the Dlplomatlo Appropriation Din was iurvuor oeoawo, - Tna Senate was not in session on the 18th In tne House, in Committee of the Whole, the Blver and Harbor, the Dlplomatlo and the Army ADDroprlatlon bills were debated and favorably resorted to the House. The even ing session was devoted to work on pension hi a. Thirb was no session of the senate on tne mh.....In the Housethe time was mainiyoo- oupled in discussing the Indian Appropria tion bill. - , DOMESTIC. TJb. B. A. BioBMono'g Medical Company at 8t Joseph, Mo,, tailed on the 14th for S1S0.O00. with no asset. The money was mostly owing to newspapers for adver tising. P residebt Arthur on Us l&tn issnea proclamation restoriag to the public do- murder, anil George A. Horn and WIT1U Oribben were executed ab Ashland, u. Tbiri were 223 failure in the United States and Canada during the seven day ended on the 10th, against 152 the previous seven days, distributed as follows: Middle States, 39; New England, 82; Bouthern, 82; Western, 68; Paolflo State and Terri tories, 26: Canada, 35. At the opening of th Kew Tot Stook Exchange on the 10th considerable excite ment was caused by th announcement ot the failure of several firms of brokers and the suspension of th Newark (N. J.) Sav ings Bank, but before the close of business confidence bad been restorod and the pan to was considered at an end. ASTOCt train on the Missouri Pactflo Road struck a land-slide near Lea van worth, Kan., the other day, and' seven cars tipped over into the river, causing th death of eighty head of cattle. Boxtr Brat and William Hendersnot, two bard characters, were fatally shot on th 18th by Policeman MoAleese, near Pittsburgh, Pa. DcsTRUcmvc forest fires were raging on the 18th In the vicinity of Bayfield, Wis. A large quantity of standing timber bad been burned and many homesteads de-. stroyed. The losses would be heavy. Nevills, th bigamist, who eloped from Detroit with a young daughter of O..J. Whitner. was on th 17th held in t,600 to the Court of Conation Plea at Toledo, O. His last matrimonial venture was sup posed to be his eleventh. Fm criminals were public ry wnippeo. few days ag at Newcastle, P. TWO WBALTBT fanners nameo ueroen Armstrong asd David Brown, realms g near Bardstewn, Xj war found dead to At th Methodist General Conference at Philadelphia on the 15th foar new Bishops were elected as follows: Rev. W. X. Nlnde, D. D.t of Detroit; Rev. J. M. Walden, et Cincinnati; Bv. C H. Fowler, IX D., of Chicago, and Rev. Dr. Mai ls lieu, of 5ew England. ' It was announced on th15th that Sena tor ChafTeevthe millionaire, had lost every cent of his available resources through th failure of rant Ward ft Co., of New orkv Tbi Louisiana Democrat to Btat Con vention wilf meet at Baton Koug June 17. Sekiral W. H. H. TERiUtA, Adjutant- General of Indiana during the war, and at one time Third Assistant Poetrnaster- General, died at Indlauapoll on the 18th. Cbnerat, J. B. Wiavir-W. 8. Ken- worthy,. E. H. Gillette and &. H. Waller were on the lOCb chosen by th Iowa Bute Greenback Committee as delegatea-at- large to the NaUonal GreenBack Conven tions No Stat Convention was held. Tbb New Ttork Legislature adjourned ttnecUi on the 10th. Gkhibai. Jaih B. Niotar, of Pltts burghi, President of th National Union League, .has sald meeting- c tne n Uooal Council at Chicago Jus 2. Irr an addnss on th Wti. before th Senate Committee on Labors Washing ton tttneral Bt F. Butler swiil th ant Wbor dlfflonltles wer eaased by srodnctlbn. "Americans,' kwvaaiid, "had a veer't oroo of grain on haaeT, and war wttKlnlhrea moaths of snothev erwp. Near Its wear's ero of ootton was now stored is th warehon." Gskbbal Bstlbr, who pntpt4ry eon trollaaithe exchange of prisoner while in. id of the Army of U, James, B- Ottntforklnr aTehooMHtlg. , A" iiidSdous DhvMoiatt.ww noi lonz atro' oowwitea dv bui suuus muvuer whose daughter's henlth was lmnaired by overwork at schooi.. ''There:! lust foiie thing-U) do," he-said. -Reduce , ter studitjg, and keep nTeducinj?. them tntil he on easily master them. A rl cannof leanr everyuiinjr wioro sno 'eighteen jewrg old. This, was aound , fsdVice. Tm tea- dency In rerly all of or chool for 1 . . " i t MAWH girls ano young si w WOrg enOUKu iur s uwuus iuwvn yean.. SOmiies in languaKBs, nvciaviuc, - . . ,, .. 1 -H 1iuia in solenoc, pmiosopny, b wuu the plait nhroe It's," are piled npo , the pnfortunate etudeut, until ths days, lengthened far Into the night, are too hnrt for aoaulrlnz even-a. snperllcial I acquaintance with njr of tiiem. In tne case oi dojb, buuu iuucuwlouio iqulremenr are apt t find a healthy oounterbalanoe in the exuberant animal aDirita of the sturdy lade who will haye , iphyslcal exercise, whatever becomes ol tneir stuwes. r iui k1'" " Cenerallf mora conscientioua ia study than boysvihey really tejr-to-master the prescribed oourse, in spite of the-wam- " I' lng of paling cheeks and decreasing atremrUi- Wa haT kosmn school glrlg inliin in fnwer th&rk tentog a dozen i tAm In. Jind .t. nnnn In allot which they were ambiuous txeccL. tm tne tffork left acarcelT Uma-for eating or neoeasarw sleep. Nor Is- tuis unusuai, A similar state of thingexlt in hun dreds of schools for errl. Iaoneof the leading colleges fi young women in New Kncland the curieulum ia said . e.M few riva era. shot tkrongh th I seared on ta17th be for th- Beauts Fea- I- in.ha mora oomnreherutr and diffloult PRANKS, TITUS & Co. main th Unds set apart by an executive n4d A Damd William Frees was .Ion Gommltte fa Washlngtoai. to plea II M ja mj college for-youngr men In Wellington Heal Estate AGENCY W. UmEM ' C. W. BASES. We have eood facilities for sell ine Beal Estate both in the town C. -- !! 1 1 1 and country. ve wui naniue nu order as a reservation for th Jlearllla or Apache Indians lath northwestern part of New Mexico, embracing 807,000 acres. W. Boo ah Cash, th South Carolina murderer of Marshal Richards, was killed the other night while resisting arreat by a doss In charge of Deputy Bhenrt jung. TBS Fapachoag Hill, near " oroeewr, ass., was burned to th ground on th nieht of th loth, oansing a loss of flSO,- 000. Beveral of the employes Jumped from tb windows, some being fatally J - . . - I lruiu sua nrnnartv Tjlaced in OUT hands With h,,rt. It was feared that bodies would be Anm-rv ana UDon reasonauie wsriuo. rouna in us rums. ov - OOLS B. H. Klnnl- BEE LINE Cleveland.' Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway. m nuiiaownnx urn. BBTWKBS THB Thb National Bank of Commerce was organised at Minneapolis, Minn-, on th loth, th capital stock being siw.ww. BiX men were fatally scalded a few days arc bv the tmrsttng of a steam pip at the Pennsylvania (teel-works at Harris burg. Thb Tuna Valley Bank at Bradford, Pa. doted its doors on th lath. Bbratob Bherjiab stated at Philadelphia ananectod of th crime. A raost oa tb night of th 17th in in- castor County, Pa., caused great damage to th growing tobeoeo. TUU.T H. BatrrH, a promineoi oasineee man of Milwaukee, who disappeared sev eral days ago, committed suicsd ia New Orleans on th 17th. .' At Water Valley, Mia., a law days ago soma person emptied a backs of tar ever a Mormon elder's bead. In that region th Mormons were making maoy proeeiytee imoof th lower cla.see, James H. Fab sab, a wealthy xarmer, and Joha Biggs, a yonng man, war drowned a fw days ago la th river near Whit Sulphur Springs, W. Va. RaroBTS of th 17ta from several sec tions of Dllneti- and Wisooasta la dl cased that the grain.erops Were in a vary aalthy condition. Corn-pleating was progressing yry favorably. for the bill t pension and pay n-vr , .j,.. nonatrv. HaoDlly many af. th snera of war far the period af. their eon- ; j.nt. do not attempt to swaiiow the loll prsacripUon. But. man. 4o to P0&XIGX. : Twor three Tears aro one-ef these Thb-most remarkable talkMry aeehUnt ambitious young women graduated with ef the age happened recemUy saear ranayi honors from a aemlnaay.iot re.put. bne Fraooav A freight-train one aa. esexeseu. i. maintained a highUnaara Oi ex tnek went off its rails aadl Moss p- Milan thmne-h her ntire-ooexsa, and noger-tra la which was runjaic en alowea I wanolT oomtBsadedl tor her UweL. Th engineer ot ta latser vai auoeribr aoholarahip. Bub tne-moment killed and thlrty-cne ya angsrs waas I unoatural strain waB removed, she wwended, I aankimto a mental lethargy, f rem which Tas HexJeaa Benat ha eeai armed IB I or moatths nothing: eosud. areuM her. nc4rooal treaty between Kexee and aav hrmdutJijy perfect raat' andl judiolooa grtaBtod Btates. EMraaon Wiluak on ta lfh aecepdil Breeicntion of Prlno Btsmarok troao sh Preeidency ef th Cablaet, and ap-. painted as hi sweoaeaor JBoetUoaer. rraw iJS Minister of BUt. Dlyrlav trows Ueaapaor, OHTJROMES. 7JIIB8T rOStJBRUATIBWAt .CMMCB, A' Northweat corn yr street Senrioee, Northwest corner South Main and Mag rtreet Senrioes, Ssbbath, 10 : a. m, 7:00 m. m. Banoata sceow, - plee meeuog, a mi p. m. ing, Thursday evening. Weekly prayer meet- MBTHOMisrr r.riaPAi. cH' Kast side Publlo Bouare. KV.M. F.War ner, pester. Servloee. 100 a. as. and 1:00 p. ro.-' Sabbath school. IJ:0m. Social rneeUngs, e 00 p.m. young pooplea' meetlng.'Tueii. ay. im b m. Hrrular weekly prayer meeting. Thursday vnlng. Pastor' realdonoe on Cortland A veneo. dln-ctly In rear of church. Thrnnrh ears with connections In Union Depots. Only direct line Tla Cleveland, Buflalo and Niagara Falls DIKf iri.K rMI'BCII.West Liberty St. Kev. F. H.Moore, pastor, to- a. m, 7:0 p. m. Babfialb school, H:00 m. - HwrJar wcikly prayer mooting. Thursday - vnlng. 7 DENTISTS. J. IIOLBHOOK, Dentist OrTlos over HuitAif .Lore, in nana nuuama. Welllnrton. Ohio. Nitrous oxide gas admin- Stared for tb II. I sxtraotlon of teeth. PHYSICIANS. THcCLABKN, ML .. Pbysolsn and Sur- genu. Calls from village and country ui M.ifc. .rnmni BtrAnLin. Otiloe over 1L O. Starr's drug store; telephone No. 5. Keel denoe. South Main street; telephone No. E4. I M DI IT UnmnwmKthlllt. CllS St all hours promptly attended. Offioe and residence, West side Publlo Square; telepnon No. IX D NOTARY PUBLIC. - m twinwn. Insurance Asent and IXm Notary Publlo. Insurauoe, deeds, mort- arages, wills, leasoa, oontraota, etc. ' a neat and logal manner. boot and shoe store. written In Offio over Berage'S DANK. TT'lRaT NAT10!Ali DAMK, Wellington, X O., dons a general banking pusinesa, knM anil ulla Nw Vork eiohsnie. Oovorn- - a a Ti. T I -n U rasnt DOnai, Vwl. p. r,. n .hidi. i iv.iu.ii.1 A. Horr, Cashier, WllUam Cushion, Assistant tasaier. TONSOBIALh .-rDCKNal HOHINMUN. th Barber, keep 'X j one of the neateat most convenient Bar- berSbopeintown. Only Orat-elass workmen employed. A full aaeortment of hair oils, po mades and hair restorative. Fine batb-rooms Inonnneotlon end furnished at all hour with bot and ooid water and all necessary conveni ence. Mooms, Bouin Blue uoinj acrecb PniNTTNGr, ' -aBiwo nuiF Prlntln to the Bwtbrpbis 1 Office. All kinds of Printing done neatly and promptly. Offlte, west aide Publlo Square, over Moiiirnuni -wt --- PHOTOGRAPHER. V. HAWTFLLB. Photographer. Piof uroe in every siyi ana imiy uri all UlA InlA mm went, for sittings should, whenever practica ble, be made In advance. Gallery over Uowlr 0 a liau's store telephon mo. ri, PLANING- MILU H. WAhNWOItTIl BON, Planing MI1L BerollBwlng, matching, planing, etc., dune to order. Dniiler In lumber, lath, shin rlea. doors, snub, tiiimia mdiilflfnTasnddreHand iiimber of all sorts. Yard, uear lluwlln food store, Wellington, 0. t"Brlng your Job Printing to the ENTEitrwsa oiiico. iy e are conHunuy adding new styles and noveltli'i, and can give you as good a Job as you can gut In the city, iry us. Tna steamship Tne rDir ismi of th H.w York Cenr fr Boatoo, was recently wrecked eft ta oa th 12th thai In his Judgment in conn- i $ Hudson Biver KaUroad in wew i or r aoatawslrn ooaes en. stwsishs.. b.nauiA nm si aS4iiiakSsaiMrk4mthsiiUL Lou,wjw.--iaMuravtrsiiTi. that th preeent trouble were merely I Q. MoCtJtxocH, Bibcbbb ft Co ot Haw 1 PrrBOLBCavon. ef rk qwaltty aa bee ImL Be aadd that recklecs speculation I Tt Mmmiaalon merchante. fatled, I discovered ia th Psaeslaa Proviaoe oi eraa th cans of ta existing difficulties, I th nth for tZaOjOOO. I PoaneraBla. Th discovery wa rnade aeeJi t.t),.lftkadlatGnral Coaterenc as I ta xtalHe oea, ia a iceaussy vav. PhUadlphU on th 17th the report of th th cost ef traMportaStoo, vary aneasrat. Committee oa Itinerancy that It is lnaapa TaraaB ootton warehouse in Uvawpool dlent to take action a to licensing woman ft.t belonging to MolyaeMtsuv ft Tnyte. and the remedy was for people to refrain dealing in eecuriUe or products which they did not hold or control. ,' He thought th present flury would max th Deople more caotioue, and would torn their I te DrMai, WM adopted. attention more towara legitimate Duamees i x bbavt wind-storm on wa ism a De- NKW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND. riMu.t onnnecMoaa for all Southern South western, and Western points, either byway of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or at. Ms st reet connection in union vepot at ot. uw. for all railway towns in Missouri, Arkansas, Texas, Kansas, Nebrssks, Colorsdo, New Mexico, UlO siexico, sou we ratiuo - Fast Time, New Equipment snd running through the most populous part of the coun try; possessing every appliance for speed and comfort known to be servlcable. The Best Roadbed and the Safest Soaa in tne west. Ticket bv this popular route for sale at all regular ticket Offices. cvrtm .ml after Mav u. 1884. until further notice, trams on this road will pass Welling ton ss follows: aoi.so WEST. Standard Time No. CleTe'd Oallon ft Wheeling Bx . .J OJ a.m. No. 17 N. I. tin. Aprs No. 17 C. L. W. ft Ualloo A4 No. 9 Night Express k No. 81-Local Freight OOINO BAST. Wo R-NIpM Einress B.os s.m. NM. goC.l.W. ft Cleveland Ac fl.Wa.ro, No. lS-Ht. Urals ft New York Ex..... 1J p m No. Cincinnati A Cleveland Ex J.aop.m No. BS-Local Freight P- i mm fiallon onlv. No. 8 runs to Columbus, Cincinnati snd 8t Louis. B. THOMAS, O. B. 8K1NNEK, Gen. Managor. Traffic Manager. A. J. SMITH, Gen. Pas. Agt , CLE VELAN D.' OH 10. . ', enterprises. ' I eatnr, I1L, blew down several bwttdlngs. A. A. Rhaw. Treasurer of dare uonnty, I .. mU). .k.da and fruit trees war a Mlch., was backed and gagged on the night of tb 14th, at Harrison, th oounty seat, and robbed ot $3,000 by unknown men. Ftjllt 1000 persona attended th open ing of th General Assembly ot th Pres byterian Church at Saratoga, n. x., on tne 15th. Dr. Hayes, oi Denver, was cuoaeu Moderator. At the session In Baltimore on tb lath ot the African Methodist Episcopal tonier- nc decided gronnd was taken against 4-amn.meetlnES. At the ninth annual meeting of the Na tional Temperance Society and Publication Ronae In New York a few days ago It wss shown that the receipt for th year were The platform adopted favors a tariff for g. me p.m. 8.08 p.m. 8. (Ti p.m. S.aSa.m. mum & im hi. sailhoad . . ASD ' Cleveland & Marietta B. B. Vmm. and after Nov. 18. 1883, until fui ther notice, trains on this road will past Wellington at follows: OOINO EAST. Fx press, Express, ExDress. Locsl Krvl.lit, Cliicsgaer No. Ills. ' 1 8 t 16 87 GOINO WKHT. Standard Time, ... 9 8ft a.m. ,., 1.8Ap.m. ... t.Mp.m. ... 06 a.m. ...10.48 a.m. Express, Express, Expmsf, rreiiint, No. Local VralahL I'klta.a Chicago " CO.... ..., 4..., 8... IS... 1H... , 8 . SI a.m. 11.aia.nt. 4.08 p.m. e.Vip.m. 8 nr. p.m. 8.86 p.m. and many shad and fruit trees stroyed. Ia th surrounding oouniry nach damage wa don. .Vr to th 17th th amount of specie ported sine January i was jwi,uju, against 14,12110 In th same period last year. TwestT-six bones were killed in a rail way wreck near Dalton, Ga., a few even ings ago. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL Thb Virginia Democrats met la Btate Convention at Richmond on the 14th and elected debates to th National Conven tion favorable to Tllden for President war th other daw niabrnranm extent of 1000,000. - - A ix th nrploy,e tha Baas Ballaaar In Bt Peters bnrg- wer atrsateit on. an 17th for compllcUfy-wUh the KUiiriaU . CONNKCTIONS. Toledo-Wllh sll lines entering the City. Fremont With h. B. ft W. R. R. . Clyde-Wlth I. B. ft W. R. 11. , Bcllenie-Wlth N. T. 0. ft St. L. H. It. MonmeTllle With 11. ft u. n. n. Welllngton-Wllh C, 0., V. A I. By. Crcston-Wlth N. Y.. P. ft O. H. K. . Orrvllle-Wlth A. ft 0. It. It. and P., Ft W. ft O. R. It. Ms.lllon-WlthP.1Ft.W. ft C. R. B. Snd C, T. V. ft W. R. R. . Valley Jnmulnn With Valley It. 11. Canal llor.r-WUh C. ft P. It It and C, T. V. A W H It. Kewcomirstow With P., 0. 4 8t. L. It. R. . (smliriilne With H. ft O. It. M. Point l'li-asant-Wllh W. C. ft M. H. It. Varletta W 1th M. AO. It. It , , M. D. WOODFORD, JAS. M. I1ALL, , , Uen.Bupt. - . Gon.Pass.Agt 171,000; expenses, 172.000. The past yoar had been prosperous, and over $10,000 was expended in missionary work among the freedraen of the Boutborn Btates. AT Petersburg, Ind., on th 10th an on- tire block, in which were a hotel, news paper office, dry goods stores, law and doc tors' offices, was destroyed by fire, causing a loss of aboot 173.000. While returning from a wedding party the other day at Kuaaelvillo, Ark., Mrs. Poller and Mrs. Lyon were thrown Irom a wagon and klllod. i Thb National Convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, held at Cleveland on th. 10th. naaaod resolutions declaring fidel ity to the free institutions of the United States, while unchanged In their love for their motherland, and declaring the organ isation entirely Roman Cathollc'lntts ton; dencles. Heavy rslns in Texas on the 10th wer greatly damaging tb growing crops, and farmers were becoming uneasy. William T. Ditsch, a wealthy land owner of Monro County, HI., and Mrs. Monroe Gray were shot dead by ths let ter's busband at Smith's Landing on th 15th. Mr. Gray discovered DIUoh and Mrs. Gray under suspicious airenmstanoas, and th shooting followed. Fnnar In Bouthern . Wisconsin on the nlgbt of th 15th damaged fruit, vegeta bles and growing crops. . Tub temperance workers ot Chicago met on the 10th in. Farwell Hall to provide means for carrying on the crusade com menced by Francis Murphy. Th an nouncement wa msd that over three thousand persons had already signed the medce. - ' - Tin in large quantities was recently found In Mason County, W. Vs., causing much excitement The excitement lo the New York Petro leum Exchsnze on the 10-h was nover enualed. Price opened at 71, anl a little after Iwelvo o'clock foil to (ttX. Many men who went to the exchange rich went homo poor. Two brothers named Pope aud a man named Kuktndall were lynoh4 near Lit th. Um-k. Ark., a few davs see for murder Irnr a nedtller named Ward . ' Ku.rr Ahdhrsoi and James and Alfred MtCulIough, fatter nnd on, colored, were haugod on the 10th at llreeuvllle, 8, Ci for revenue only and the immediate abolition of the Internal-revenue system. Thb New Jersey Democratic State Con vention was held at Trenton on the 14th. Delegates wore eleoted to th National Convention favorabl to Tllden for Press- dent, but tbey wer unlnstrnctoi. A plat form was adopted declaring for clvll-er-ylos reform, a tariff for revenue only, and legislation for the protection or. nomo In dus trios. Th Michigan Prohibition Btat Conven tion mot at Battle Creek on th 14th and elected delegates to th National Conven tion. Th resolutions adopted reainrmea confidence in the power of tb Btate so suppress th Uqur traffic; la th union Prohibition party of Mlohigan and th Na tional Prohibition Horns Protective party at th only competent political agency to that end, and favored woman suffrag. Thb Democrats of Dakota Territory met at Pierre-on th 14tb and leoted delegates to th National Convention. A platform adopted declaring for revenue re form; that the luxuries of utesnouia pay th. unua nf the Government; for olvll-aarvlc reform and bard money, and against all sumptuary laws. H. F. La des bss been nominated tor iot- greisman by th Democrats of th .six teenth Illinois District Hs was successful on tb two hundred and third ballot. A EUB-OOsiMlTTRg of th National ttepuD llcan Central Committee met in Chicago on th 10th, and visited th Exposition New announced Miat LATER HEWS Tub National mast meeting ol mool tr rowers of the United Btates met at Chi cago on lb 19th. Twenty-ona State aad Territories were represented oy im o le gates, fifty of whom were from Ohio and tbirtyeigU from PeoJssylwanW. CM em bus Delano, of Ohio, waa made President, and R. T. MoCully, ot Missouri. Secretary. Resolutions were adopted denoandng the net of Congress of March, 1SS8, reducing the dutiee on foreign wools, and demanding the restoration of th wool tariff of 1807. A DisrATcn f tho 19th from Con stajitlnople aays that a terrible conflagra tion had visited Bel Bags' eF ot A,t Minor, destroying 050 dwellings, Mi ware house shops.eleven mosques, fifteen schools or the Kbans and lttt other buildings. Eleven persons perished. Niah Ilarrodsburg, Ky., on tho 19th, a party of eighteen boys after playing a gam of bate ball started out In search of wild parsnips, hut got bold of deadly hem lock instead. The boys ate freely, and all were taken violently I1L Two died almost instantly, five ere in a critical condition and not expected to live, and th other are suffering mors or leaa from the poison. The Cincinnati Lead Pipe and Sheot Company's Works burned on tb 19th. Loss 50,000. Mrs. Leech, rooming In the fourth story, was fatally burned: William E. Cook was also severely burned. - Ihe City Exchange Bauk, of La Dorte. Ind.: Howell ft Co.'a Bank at Bpo kanee Falls, Idaho: and th Planters and Mechanics Bank at Petersburg, Va., fulled oa th ltftb. Tne Erie County Savings Bank, of Erie. Pa- suspended on the i'Jth. Capital $150,000; liabilities $300,000, Tb failure Is said to b du to oil speculations by ths President, who bss left th city, The Chair laid before the Senate on the lffth the resolution offered by Mr. Morgan, directing the Committee on Finance to exam ine the causes of the recont Tenures or na tional banks, and whether such failure are due to violations and evasions of law on the part or olltrair or director of the banks; re ferred to Committee on Finance. Mills were re- fiorti-0 lavoraniy ana pmcwi on cmeuum-i ;u Imlt the lime within which prosecution shall WnbwteJnment restorsdt her exhausted r . a i. kitaUtT. an4 sua eovBPu. vin girifchavre not been saw fortunate. The gaflguter of a poor cJawrrman, who was assisted through the eolleg above re feared to, smdnataKllwitbi credit, but aiTaoek completely brokaaj down in feeith. She wa eeu a waterlng auvc to reonperatev lMt soon heard of ao, opening a a teaebeih. and ni the arnaart solicitation at Uiom who had Udi her felt oonskfainaol to Uk the plaea, in spite of phyAiaal unfitness. But her oonstitutloowvei so wetatenea h fcnr and aeverestudy that la three er four aaontha th died, a rlotim to aaacientku overwock under a bad HtUo. Theaw arar atst two ont of Baaar lnetaaoes; audi th folly Uoob ssantiy repeated, nigh In thfaosof warnings and exarnpllat of it danger. : But hard study is net the only way In which school -girU-ar overworked. A teacher in a welltknown school recently informed na thahahe had had frequent oocaaion to remonstrate with parent for allowing theufdaughbBrav while pur guing their studies, to eogag freely in Tarioua evening- cnasipaiiona, awn attenaing paniwe. uaauuiK; hullillnir. John C. tickets to the convention would be ready May !5L Seats had beon provided for 9A1. itUicituttMl against pt-rsons chargi Horcrt LoWRT has been renominated I violin Ion of the lutornnl n-ronue li for Congressman by the Democrats of the Twelfth Indiana District, and Jonas G. Howard is tb nomine in the Third Dl trlirt. ' . . . Judob Richard IUib, a prominent Ken lucky Democrat, committed suicide at MouufHterling a few days ago .by shoot ing. He was believed to have been tern porarily insane. .'lie Democrats of the Louisiana Legis lature on the 13'.h nominated J. B. Eustls for Unite 1 Htate Senator nn-tlie first ballot Tna NobraskaOreenbackersboMa Biate Convention at Lincoln on the 15th, and elected delegates to the NatlonaUCooven tlon who wcrd'ia favor of Bu'ler for'Pres- j.lent ; ' ' laws; creasing the pensions of soldiers and sailors who kisl an inn or hi, and for other disabili ties contracted while In thoaervleo. A con current resolution waa agreed to, accepting a oortra It moea lo or tne late riwt tiling i.iiriii-iii. iiih wura. v. .... .-.v,. of t eiilce, Italy. a nnweiia-o iruio tho House announcing non-conourrence In tho luillaii anproprlallon bill was rweireu, nn, m fNiimiiiiii-n nt ennfetonce anmilutcd, The hill for creation of a bureau of labor illilli- was taken un. m-ndliig duliale on which the Senate went Into executive sexelon anil soon adjourned.... In the Houe ttin contested election caae of Wallace vs. MeKnilev was no-tixmcd, and the con Niilur nml fliiitomat iu aunroorlal Ion bill was taken un and rmM.l veas 1M, neyS fit. The ermv and lllslrli-tnf Columbia appropriation hills iiiiMO-d wlihout OMMielilim. Amiitmiito am. i. n,l Ihi. rnli-HHitd aclollt a rt'Aollltinll lllllk- Inir tlie K-mitn Imnkriiplcy bill lh spttluj oi-ik-r lor June 10, was loat. Aajourucu. UU a late hour in the night, going u the theatre and opera, cto The livid races and na- Strang nervea oi me gin mvn -plainly the pernicious effect of these night pastimes; which wn fitted them, moreover, taearry on their studies witi (uccets. ... Against all this overworking of school-girls, whethortyr Inordinate study or inordinate amusement, we enter our hearty prbfest The bodily vigor of the . future wives anamomera oi imhuiii Is a subjeot of profound public interest : Give the. girls enough to do, but stop . there. Don't over-tax their minds by - senseless mutiplication of studios, re membering always that "a girl cannoU. loam everything before she it eighteen pears oldr and do not lot untimely ' amusements tap the foundations ef health, on which so muon or tawr-, future happiness and usefulness depend. uY. r. Examiner. Got Even With the Boys. A rjartv of Younar bloods in Jamaica, N. I., concluded to have tome fun. with a oountryman who was tramping about town looking for a Job. They hired him to act as a pn vats waicnman. on a dark street,! promising to give him $50 for the first month and then increase his salary if he proved emoiont Ant first night nothing special happened, but the next night he waa met by a rough looking customer whothreatened to smash his law if he didn't stop pa trolling that beat In about one minute, the oountryman was mopping up" the muddy street with the Ill-mannered, aristocrat. After letting up on him he discovered he was one of the parties who had employed him. A little later a ghostly figure made IU appearanoo, but It wasnH long until this ghost, mi nus Its winding siieat went flying across an open lot, bearing a block eye and a broken nose. The noxt day it was dis severed that it was another member of the gang who hired the man to have (un with, llercfuned to quit his job nntll the month, sued tliem for his wages, got hia pay in full and is now a toembor of the poliL'e force. If. T.Star. While ths bill prowdinga whipping post for wifo-bcauirs was ponding in the Massachusetts legislature at tmondment was offered to the cflVo: that if the man was drunk when ho (lit! the boating the pewon who sold him lli liquor should bo puMivly whipped 'tosto Herald.