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v ' - 'k - , MTEB -f , ' -U v6iiJ xvn? WELLINGTON, LORAIN , COUNTY,' OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY- 28, 1884. NO 22. ii n. m 1 1 . . ijit 1 'J , DIRECTORY, a. r a000000000000000000060000aoOW5OSBC000 , POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. ! - ' QFF1CB hours from T.m. to 1p.m. ',. ccc.i. jta, ',,7'.., ; ." '' ' ' . MslUCloios;" ' . . Oolnff North, 1-M a. m 1 :0 p. m, 8:00 p. m. ' Golug 80Uth, t:00 . 1118:00 p. m. . Malta OWribntaat From North, 7:00 . B:W , m. From South, 7:00. m-,8.-00 p.m. i . ,. ., . . - . VT.JIUB.&B. K-r' ' '. fj W ) , : MoltaCIOMI S fi-f . uumf r.RBi4 viaun. n.'. ? ' 'i MalUDUtributoi. From Fnst, 4:40 p. m. From Viett, 10:18 a.m. , Arrive, dallr, 10:00 m. ' ,- '. ' '. " ' , l)epart,luiljr,U :00a.m. ;.;,;; , ; HUNTINGTON.. ;. .,, -' ArrlrlU:00m.Moalnri, WeiJncdT'aniJFr- T IparX't:4t a. m. Tuetdajra, fbursdari and , ,x Baturdaya,.!,!' -.- : OBEBLW :"-,, !,.; J,' Arrive, daily, 9:00 a. m.; . l'.-. ..Cepart, dully, i) p.m. . ' L, t:-: .. FKNFIBLb ''r,n.v:! ; . Arrive, 1:00 p. m, Tueedari,' Thondayl and Haturdaji. . Depart, 10:00 a, to. Tuetdayi, Thuradayl and r ;, Saturday. ..:., .: , , ,r f, -J-f -1 County officers. ; Paoiiotrrrna ArrOBirir D. J. N ?., Ci.iBa-U.J. Utk. 1 liTA 1', BntBivr Calvin Knlgn. . , . ., .' Kkooroib W. B. Cahoon." ' 1 1 ".' Frobatb Junoa B. H. Hlnman. ' ( BUKVBToa T. U. Bowen. 1 - : CoMiaHioia-B.P. Irurrell, V.XOrai). tdalUA-Fauver. - . . ' lnniuiARr DiRiciOBsLB.Btrair.Kr. Fos ter, Bradford Haoe. -,,; - ' . . v WELLINGTON TOWNSHIP. ' . Tmnmnta Luolul Uerriok., Alomar Allrn, ,XH.WUfht , '(,. ;. '. . - Ci.hk-J. W. Wilbur.- J v J ::) jt Tbbahuber A. II. I4imbert. 'V i ' . . . . 11 VT f' I J ' :)nitablci C w. Haker, n. Hacxelt. ' D8TICH or Tua Fkacb T. W. lirownlnf. K. Hus ted. .... -, a.-irr t TwnTviv vrr Tina ' MTOa T. K. Herrtolr. ' f COUNCU.MBN I). T. Ilush.T. Doland, O. V. iirTlomeuway, M. W. Laov, tieorge f labor, 8. S, HalL. ' ,v.l Ci.bbkH. N. Goodwin.- 1 Trbasbbeb-J. H. WlKbt , T . ... Mahvhal K. llaokot. " Chief EaalKua iiua CiPASimir S. A.. vriiuama. ' . . . i UNION SCHOOLS. MTMtuna or th Boabd or KnrOATrow , . . H.WlKht,K.F.Webtor, J.W. Wllbar.8. Wln- , aeoKer. w. u. oaovioy, . n. nougaiua. i " OFFICERS OF BOABU. ' pEinirr--J. W. Houghton. ' Oijuik W. B. Bantlcr. -, ,' TnEAHtTMR J. H. Wiirht ' . BuPEuiKTENDKii'r or icuooi B. H. Klnuj. ; eoa. . . i - ' - - CHURCHES."' 1MK T toy ti U K (iATIOflA I, II U KH, ' Northwest corner Bouth Main and Mar . var street. Hrrvl.-ea, 8albath, 10:i a. m., 7:10 p.m. Halibwh whoo!, 13:00 m. Younir peo ples' meetl nx, 0 :00 p. m. Wuckiy prayer meet- MKHIO"INT Krixt orAL CHI HI II, East aide I'lililiotimtx', Itev.M. K. War rior, pHutf.r. Sorvlcea, 10::i0n. m. and 7:00 p. m. BiinbHth achool. llMflm. Boelal moetlnus, 8:00 p.m. Vnunir woile' mectlnir, Tuewlay, 7:00 p. m. Idriilnr iveokly prayer nuwtliiir. Thursday o-enln(r. 1'iistiir's rusldenco on Cortland Aveniio. illriH-Hv In rear of rhtirch. DISI'IPI," III'K II. West Liberty St., Ilev, F. II. Mooro. i)tor. Porvlcea, 10:iU a. m., 7:l p. m. Kiililmlli tiH)l, rJ:0tl m. KeKulnr weekly prayer uiuctliiir, Thiu-aday evoninir. IENTISTS, HJ. Iini.HUOOK, PentNt omce over Ilusteil's store, In Dank llulldlntr, Wollinirton, Ohio. Nitrous oxlds gas admlu stored for the eztraotlon of tooth. PHYSICIANS. at PIcCLAKKN, M. D.. Physolan and 8ur . geon. Calls from vlllago and oountrr will recolve prompt attention. OlHoo over II. O. Starr's drug store; telephone No. 6. liojl deneo. South Main street; telephone No. 24. DK. J. Ill T, Ilommopathlat, Calls at all hours promptly attended. OlHce and resldenoe,West side Publlo bquare; tolophuoa No. 16. NOTARY PU13LIO. RR. (IllODinn, Tnaurnnoe Agent and . Notary Publlo. Iusiirance, dee. Is. mort gages, wills, leases, contruota, etc, written In a neat and legal mauuor. OQlce over Borage's boot and shoe store. BANK. 1piMT NATIONAL BANK, Wellington, . 0, does a general banking business, bays and sells New fork exohange, Govern, ment bonds, eta. 8. 8. Warner. President! It (A. Horr, Cashier, WUXlam Cushion, AasisUut Cashier. TONSORIAIj. aiVCIKNSI HOIIIFHaoN, the Barber, keeps U one of the neataat, most oonvenlent liar fber Shops In town. Only flrst-olaa workmen employed. A fuU aaaortment of hair oils, po imiidM and hair reatoratlves. Fine bath-rooms jlnoonneotlon and furnished at all hours with jhot and eold water and all beeoasary oonveot noes. Booms, South aldo Llborty streut. PRINTINO, 1)ltli your Printing to the Ex-ranr-mss 1) Oflloe. Ail kinds of Printing done neaU and promptly. Office, west side Pubuo Square, over Houghton's drug store. PHOTOGRAPHER. WF.SAWTKUK, Photographor.: Plof uros In every style and fully sbroast all the late Improvements In the art. Bogage- Cwnts for sittings should, whenever practice le, be made Id advance. Gallery ovel ltowl by Ball's Store telephone No. SI. i . 1 l PIANINO MILU UVTAI WORTH SON, PlanligMlU. Sorollawlng, matohlng. planing, eto, done to order. Dealers In lumber, lath, shin. .1 ..k .!IJ. ... , u . gleajdoora, aaah, blinds, mouldings an. on, aaan, diibob, muuiuiuif " yrvwni of aU sorts. Yard, near lisoillis fowl 'Store, Wellington, 0. tyBrlntf your Job Printing ko the Emtbrpbibi offlco. We are conitan tly adding pew styles and noTeltlot, and can give you goou a juu . get In the pity. Try us.' yu can OPTICIAN. J. W. rloreHTOlf, dealer ln ipootaelea, . eye glajaea, reodlnir rlaaaoi, orwr lauea, toleaoopes, and a full Tine or opiloa) Koods. Gold, silver, ateel, rubbor and oollu ld frame of the flneat irades kept In atoolc KifllUug and repairing old-frame, done to order. FIuiok diOioult eyes a speolalty. Of Ooe, west aids PubUo Square. ' ' i DOt AND, Manufacturer of Carriage. Wag . . qua and Blelgha, North Main Bt W elllngtoo. .-.,, , mamuIn post " no. i Ha a. n. WELUNQTON, OHIO. -I , Meats on the see ond and fourth Wednetday ren ins! of each month.; '. ;'' Pott roenis In i EmeneO's Block. ' J.fTHOMAlf, Cemmandar, r7.t.Co6ic. ;' Adjutant 5 CO J& l-i The best MaIllon tump and Nut Coal, Masalllon Kennel Coal The bst Hani Coal in market Office above Bank. ', FRANKS, TITTJS it, Co. Wellington - Real Estate f'V AGJ-E1VOY. - 'f ."We laT6 good facilities for sell ing Ileal Estate both in pe town and country. We will handle, all property placed in our hands, wh energy ana upon reasonable terms. 'BEE' LINE'. Cleveland. Columbus;' Cincinnati and . Indianapolis Railway.: . - ' . BrrwBK, Tin y i v . rxuk-mv 'jtV3Nrx "vvxibv r i . i Through cars with connections In Union Depots. Only direct line via Cleveland, Buflalo and. Niagara Falls NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND, Direct connections for all Southern South western, and Western points, either by way of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or St. Louis. Di rect connection In Union Depot at St Louis for all railway towns In Missouri, Arkansas, Texss, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado,' New Mexico, Old Mexico, and the racilic coast. Fast Time, New Equipment and running through the most opuloua part o( the coun try; possessing every appliance for speed and comfort known to be servlcable. The Dest Roadbed and tho Safest Road in tho Wost. Tickets bv this popular routo for sale at sll rcjulsr Ticket Olllccs. . From aad alter May 11, 1S4I, until further notice, trains on this road will pass Welling ton as follows: OOIXO WEST. ' ' Standard Time No, SS-Tleve'd ballon A Whaollug Ex.. 0) a.m. No. IT N. Y. A tin. Kiprea. S2p m. No. 87-C. L. W. A Gallon Ac 8.0ft p.m. No. S-Nisht Kxpreaa 8 08 p.m. No. Bl-Loval Freight 8.4 a.m. OOIHO EAST. No. RNlght Expre '. 8 OS a.m. No. W:,l. W. A Cleveland Ae 8. 0 a.m. No. lt-Ht. Loll Is A Now York Ex IS. 45 p.m. No. 8 Cincinnati A Cleveland Ex 8.80 p.m. No. 8-Local Freight .1H p.m. E. B. THOMAS, 0. B. SKINNER, Geo. Manager. TraOlo Manager, A. J. SMITH, Gen. Pas. Agt CLEVELAND. OHIO. mm. v lass mi mim '..,-. ; "d . , ' " Cleveland St Marietta R. B. . From and after May 18, 1884. until fut. ther notice, trains on this road will pass Wellington as follows: GOIKO EAST. Standard Tims. No. 1 No. 6..., ... No. 7 No. 17 Local........ ,.10.46 a.m. , 8.50p.m. , t. its p.m. 9.10 a.m. OOINO WEST, - '(. MM .. .....i , j i' i No. I..... .' 8.85s.m. No. S.j ll.S0a.m. No. 8 , 8.' p.m. No. 1 Local S.S5p.m. Trains J, t, 8 and 8 dally. 4 and 7 dally,' except Basilar; ' ' CONNECTIONS. '" Tolodo-Wlth all lines entering the city.' . ' . Fremont With L. I.SW.R, It C'lvd. With I. B. W. R. R. , . Ilellevae With N. Y. 0. A St I,. R. R. -. Monroerllle With B. A O. R. K. W.lllngton-WIth C, 0, C. A I. Hy. Craaton With N. Y P. A O. It H. . . OrrvllleWith C, A. 0, K. K. end P., Ft W. AaK.lt.. MaMlllon-Wlth P, Ft W. A 0, B. R. sod C, Valley Junction With Valley It n. ' Canal Dover-Wlth 0. A P. It it and C, T. V. St W. H. H Naweomerstown With P.,0. A St. t. R, R. Cambrlflira With B. A O. K. R. Point PlMtnt-Wlth W. 0. A M. R. R. . Marietta With M. A 0. B. H. M. D. WOODFORD, JAS. M. ITALL, Geo. Sapt. Geo. Pass. Agt THE NEWS. i f , ..ii. .1 . - .. i ' , Compiled . from Late Dispatches. .' y. C0K0E8I0IAli'Ce'i-'eit,:i In the Senate on the list thirteen bins war passed for the erection of publle buildings, the amount appropriated being ti4S,500... In the House a resolution was aocopted oon 'nrmlng the right of Mr. Peello (Republican) lover Mr. Bngllah to the contested seat for In ,dlana,by a vote of 111 to 117. Mr. Springer .moved a reoonsidoratlon, pending whloh a imotlon to adjourn waa ourrjed 11V to OS. ', i r 'A bill was Introduced in tbo Sedate on the j2d providing for the paymont of female (nurses for services during the war.'1 Tho bill (prohibiting the mailing of newspapers oon jtalnlng loWory.advorUa.ment was placed at the foot of the Sulendar. Tho Labor rHatlsWoj ibtil wa debated.., ..In tne House. t"0 action giving tho contested seat In the ease of Kngllah vs. Peelle, of Indiana, to Mr. Peelle we iroonaldercd, and, by a vote of l.'l0tob!7,'Mr. Kntrllrtwusglvon the seat A ensrge that the father of the newly-admittod member hnrt abuimd the . trrlvlleges of the House, by attempting to influence votes In the case, was erdqred uibe lnyestlgatod. - . i .' In tffb Senate on the 23d s bill was passod to establish In th Interior Department a Bu reau of Labor, at an expense not exceeding 128,000 per annum. The Commissioner Is to collect information' on the subject of labor and- lta relation to ' capital, the-' -tours of labor,, and all .other labor-,, t tlstlOe. The Pension Appropriation bill' was also paaeeI....Iii the House a bill was psaeed appropriating ta00,Qou to pay oertnln 3uartermaster claims, one-half of whloh to ne to clUMins at Tennessee. At the evening session forty-two pension bills were pevasea, including one giving urty dollars jer moptA to the widow of GenoralOrd. . . ' Tag Senate was not In session on the ttth ....In the Houses Conference Committee re-' ported Its concurrence 1n sll the Senat amendments to the bill to Establish a Dureau of Animal Industry, Snd the 'report was agreed to. : A bill wws naased to nernate I.hru- Senant Reynolds, of the navy, to aooept deooratlon from tho Emperor of Austria for saving eleven lives. Hilt RY ' HaTSs farmer. of DSvies Coum tyi Ky., was found dead near bis re.ldenoe a few days ago with three pistol-shots in his body. Hays was a desperate mdn, snd bad engaged In several shooting sf frays. " ''' " ' .' . la Elk Township, Fa., the other night Mr. aad Mrs. Oreist lay qniotly sleeping, when a man entered at the window, and struck the woman on the head with' aa ax, kilting her. ' The husband followed,' bat the assassin escaped. ' Tfls wholesale dry-goods Arm of Elliott,, Dower & Co..- Of Rirbmond,- Vs., bas made an assignment, with liabilities of $200,00!). f ' A fbsioht train on ths Parker & Earns' City Railroad went through' a trestle near Earns City, Pa., a few days ago, and was badly wrecked. Two men named Thomp son and Cook, were killed. . Ths)' bonse of Pamnel Ackerman, near Portsmouth, O4 was daabrosU byAAraV'tv few nights ago, and Mr. Ackerman, his wife and a daughter agod sixteen years perisbod In the flames. The other six chit dren were saved. A Cattle-Raised of Texas, who had Just mado a tour of the stock region, estimated on the 22d that the drive for the season would be half a million bead. Tbb following executions for murder took place on the 23d: Loban Stevens, at Waverly, O.; Lloyd h. Majors, at Oak. land, Cat; Leonldas Johnson, at MeDo- nough, Ga. ; John McKlothen, at Way Cross, Ga., and Charles B. Clark, at Little Valley, N. Y. Nicholas Pauley's Iioiko in Clyde, Mich., was destroyed by Ore on the 2.11, and two children, agod eioven and eight years, parishod in tin flames. Tiiehk were 203 fuilures in the United Btntoa and Canada during the seven days endod on the 23d, against ill tho previous seven days, distributed as follows: Mid dle States 53; New EnKluud, 28; Houthcrn, 22; Wostern, Co; Pacific Htatos and Terri tories IS; Canada, 20, ItEPOl.ts on the 2."d of the condition ol the grain crops in Illinois, Iowa, Minneso ta and Dakota continued to be very favor able. . Tag failure is announced of Joseph B. McDonald, a lumber-dealer of Woburfl, Mass., with liabilities of $123,003. Tag Penn Bank of Pittsburgh, Fa., re sumed business on the 2.1d, and kept its doors open until Ave p. m., during which tlmo $W,000 were deposited In excess of the amount withdrawn. ' Four men were drowned on the 23 J at Bayre, N. Y., by ths upsetting of a bost in ths river. A rniiOHT train on ths Burlington Road, each ear of which was supplied with air brakes, passed through Nebraska on ths 23d at ths rats of- twenty-seven miles an hour, and ths officials pronounosd ths ex. pertinent a successful one. Charles A. Hinckley, paying teller ot the West Bids Bank ot New York, was on ths 23d discovered to have embe ailed foe,. 000. He had disappeared. Just before midnight on 'ths S2d a col lislon occurred between New York Central trains at Brighton H tot Ion, If. Y. Twsnty persons were Injured, among them the Japanees Prince and eleven, members of bis suite.' Tag Railway Mail Bureau at Washing ton on the 23d completed a schedule for dally service between New York and ths City of Mexico, 8,739 miles, the average Urns being soven days. Joan CummikoS, a clerk of the Standard Oil Company at Long. Island City, dis appeared a few days ago With HfiM which be drew to pay employes. . A stnmoatc on the 23d purchased from Flak At Hatch, of New York, all tbs Oov eminent bonds ths firm held, which plaoed them in a position to settle their affairs. LlonTNiifO) on the-tSd struck an oil tank of the Atlantic Refining Company in ths suburbs of ' Philadelphia. The flames spread rapidly and in a short tims a lots of $100,000 was caused. . 1 U. C. Blahchard, a coffee merchant at Richmond. Va., bas failed for 1223,00. Tns Dakota Supreme Court decided on the 231 that the Capital Commission was validly organised, reversing Judge Edger ton's decision In the Buprome Court An appeal was taken to tbs United Btstos Su preme Court, and until the lattetfa deoree is entered ths Capital will remain at Yank ton. :..:".. . .. . . .' Tbbie persons were killed and nine oth ers were seriously Injured by a ooUlsion on ths West Shore Road near Savannah, ff. T., on tbs 24th. . 1 1 . .; . . v Mrs. Alexander Edmonds, of Bt Louis, avbtle laboring nnder a temporary fit of insanity, out ths throat of her three little children on ths night of ths 24th with a rasor, and then deliberately drew ths weapon across her own throat . The Northwestern warehouse of fllram Blbley ft Co., at Chloago, was completely destroyed by firs on. the 26th, causing a loss of 8175,O0. .1 Ueoroe Anderson, an agsd farmsr ot Bowling Green, Ky., was' beaten to death on the loth with a hickory cans by his in sane wile, who bad twice been confined In anaaylum. ' ' . . $.1 m 1 . Tbreb large- ice-houses at Anderson, Jnd., were burned by an incendiary . Are a few afternoons ago. ' 1 Dvrino a quarrel on ths 2ith near Zun brots, Minn., .a farmer named Eettleton killed his wife with an ax and then killed himself, ' ' , .'?! 1 Tberb waa in ths United Btates Treas ury at Washington on ths 24th a surplus Of $155,000,000 over liabilities, and the Gov ernment receipts were nearly $1,000,000 daily. : The box factory of ths Erie Preserving Co. 's works at Long Island City was de stroyed by Ore a few days ago, ths loss be ing $118,000. :- Bblle snd Annls Dodhunter, two sisters, aged thirteen and sixteen years, were drowned in the Calumet- River, near Chi oago, on the 25th, by tbs upsetting ot a boat ' ' i . Tbb West-Bide Savings Bank of New York City closed its doors on the 14th after a "run." The President announced that depositors would be paid In full. The Baptist Missionary Union, at Its session In Detroit on the 24th, voted to com mence Christianising work on the Congo River with the expenditure of $30,000 per annum. . ; - The Btote Veterinary Surgeon of Kan sas, after a protracted tour, reported on the 24tlj that glanders prevailed among horses in fifteen counties. The first cyclone ever known in Wash ington Territory pssssd over a portion of Asotin County on the 24th, dolnglgreat damage to property.' No lives were lost The loss by tbs recent Are In the Atlan tic crude-oil refinery at Philadelphia was 00 the 20th plaoed at $800,000. It was announced on the 25th that heavy rains in ths river districts of Louisiana had badly damaged the crops, and plant ers snd business men were greatly dis couraged. - It was estimated on the 24th that the floods in foios had damaged ths railroads ttths extent of $3XX,000. , . ... . . .. . Tax African Mothodist Episcopal Con ference at its recent session in New York Axed the salaries ot Bishops at $1,500 per annum. PERSONAL AHD POLITICAL. Toa Domocrats ot New Hampshire held their State Convention at Concord on the 21st and olocted delegatos-at-large to the National Convention. The platform adopt ed demands a reduction of the war tariff, and Insists that the Democratic majority in the House continue thoir efforts to es tablish tho revenuo system on an honest bnsls. Tildon . and Ilondricks rooelved unanimous indorsement Tux New York Democratic State Con vention has boon called for June 18 at Saratoga. A statue of Martin Luther was unvellod in front of the Memorial Luthersn Church st Washington, D. C, on the 21st About 2,000 persons witnessed the ceremonies. THi'followlnjr Congressional renomina ting wore mado oa tho 21st: Kansas, First District, E. N. Morrill, Republican; Fifth District, John A. Anderson, Repub lican; Indiana, Fifth District, & C. Wat son, Democrat. Ferdinand Ward, of tbo Arm of Grant & Ward, was arrested in New York on the 21st, on a suit by ths City Chamberlain, ball being Axed at $3),000. Ward, not having seourod bondsmen, was In custody of the Shorlff. A larob delegation from tbe African M. E. Conference, in session at Baltimore, visited Washington on tho 21st and poid their respects to ths President. An Industrial Congress, representing ths sugar, wool, rice snd otbsr Industrial in terests of ths country, met In Chicago en the 21st in mass convention. A platform waa adopted claiming protection as ths true policy of the United Btates until oth er nations shall pay squally high wages to workmen as ws do. Horace F. Taylor, Past Grand Master of the Masons of New York State and a lead ing banker ot New York City, dropped dead in bis office a few days ago. 1 A hortoaor on General Grant's farm, south of St Louis, to secure the Vender, bllt. loan of $157,000, was recorded at St Louis on ths 2 2d. The Democrats of Nebraska met In State Convention at Lincoln on the 221 and elected dolegates to the National Conven tlon favoring Tllden for President Tbs platform declares that the administrative reforms needed by the country are Impos sible so long as the Government Is in ths hands ot the Republlcnus; advocates suob a revision ot the tariff as will prevent as far as possible unequal burdens, and ths besvlest taxes to be placed on luxuries. Tag West Virginia Qreeubackers as sembled in Btats Convention al Buokhan non on the 22d and nominated Judgs Ed win C. Maxwell for Governor. Tug Fourth Indiana District Democrats, on tbe22d renominated William & Human for Congress, and Congressman Thomas A. Rysn was renominated by the Republicans of the Fourth Kansas District Tbe Nebraska Republican Btats Conven-, tlon for the nomination ot Stat officers will bo held at Omaha August 27. Ex-Jodob W. R. Dxebe, the oldest practitioner in the Ubited SUtesHlsJmtcsott Court, was killed br the cars at-Evonav Station, N. J., on the SM. Be was seventy five years of age. maao M. V bitch, an- old ciiisen or. Bt Louis and one of the most prominent Odd Fellows in the United States, died sud denly on the 22d. . . 1 ... Orneral BoTLxa has formally accepted the Anti-Monopoly nomination for Presi dent of tbe United States. Tbe following Is the letter of acceptance) Lowbia, Mass., May 81, It. Gentleman! I have the honor to receive your oourteoue note fflvlnir me the action of tie eonventlM at Chicago on the 14th lastaal or tbe naire sentatlves of Antt-Mononoly. The honor of tho designation by such a body as tba4r candidate for the Prealdenoy .of the Bepublh) osn not be too highly appre ciated. Concurring with each raeaaure of publlo policy aet forth in the resolutions, I need only to add that If tbe voles of the electors shall Intrust me with the executive powora of that high offloe, each of them will be fully. Justly and energetically uaed to make every measure of roller to the Deoole and reform In tbe Government nolut- ed out In your platform the prlnolples and character of the Administration.. Aooept for yourselves personally my moat grateful con sideration. JJisuamik P. Butler. Toa Nebraska Diocese of the P. E. Church has elected Dr. Worthlngton, ' of Detroit, Mlcb., Bishop, as successor to Dr. Clarluon. , James D. Fish, ex-President ot the Ma rine Bank ot New York City, was arrested on ths 25tb upon a warrant leaned by United Btates Commissioner Bhiesds, charged with having misappropriated the funds of tbe hank to the extent of $1,14V 000.. F0&EIGU. A bard ot twelve bandits attacked a party ot merchants near Nuevo Leon. Mex., the other day, killed three of them. stole $4,000 and then escaped. Harlan, the Canadian oarsman, won ths sculling race at Sydney, Australia, on the 22d, defeating Laycock, the Australian champion, by half a length. Tbb British ship Syria, sn route from Shanghai to the Fiji Islands, was wrecked a few days ago when near her destination, and seventy passengers, all coolies, were reported as lost Advices of the 23d state that the Cap. tain General of Cuba bad liberated some desperate criminals upon condition that they join Aguero'a band and assassinate him. Aguoro was burning and pillaging on his march, and his fores was being dally augmented. Tbb Trench brig Senorlns foundered re cently off the great banks ot Newfound land, the crew and passengers, numbering sixty-two, perishing. Tberb were thirteen deaths from yellow fever st Havana, Cuba, during ths week ended on the 24th. . . England on ths 2ith suggested to tbs Porte that Itsond twelve thousand Turkish troops to the Boudsn, capture Khartoum, and withdraw with the English garrison, leaving tbe Nile dependencies to tbs Bui tan. .,-'. , . ' One-half of ths $Tail Building at Toroef to, Ont, was burned on the 2lth," and the telephone service of the city was destroyed. The loss was about $103,000. OnCflroman was fatally injured. A Coram residing in Now Orleans .re ceived sd vices on tbs 24th that Aguero bad burned tbs crops and sugar-bouses on sev en large plantations, and had been victo rious in encounters with tbs Spanish troops. LATER HEWa At noon of tbo 2Gth tbo dooti of tho Penn Bank at Pittsburgh were again losed, the following notlco, signed by the directors, being posted thereon: "Owing to the serious Illness of President Riddle and tho inability ot tbe directors to nonsuit with lilin. It is deemed proper torlor.o the bank." It was said the lailuro to make their balances good at tbe Clear ing House was the prime cause of the closing. It was reported that President Kiddle's Illness was causeu uy an over dose of chloroform. J. D. Fish President of the Marino Bank, recently arrested for misapplying to his own me moneys boloneing to the bank, was on the 20th released on $33,000 ball. The London newspapers appeal for 1,000 to send a British artillery company to compete In the practice at Quebec The Mayall rubbor factory at Head ing, Mass., burned on ths 20tb. Loss $'.00,000. Abneu Davidson, agod twenty, Min nie Psltrldgo, seventeen, and Mary Mor ton, twelvo, were drowned while boating on the Grand River at Gait, Ont, on tbe 20th. The Baptists have resolved to begin missionary, work in the Congo River at a cost not to exceed $30,000 per annum. During tbe holiday games at Chat ham, Ont, on the 20th, tbe grand stand collapsed and 150 people were injured, several seriously, but no fatal results are feared. Tbe injuries consisted ef broken arms, legs, and ribs. Some were Injured internally. The wife of Robert J. Burdolte, edl tor of the Burlington Ilavktyt, died on the 20tb at Ardraore, Pa. Tildes G. Abbott, late cashier of tbe Union Market National Bank ot Water town, Mass., hss been Indicted for forgery and eiabezxlement The Senate on tbe 2Cth concurred In the House amendment to the bill extending the Court ot Alabama Claims to Decern tier .'li, 1KM6. Hills were reported favorably and ?laoed on calender: To provide for two adill tonal sssoolate Juatlces for the Supreme Court of Dakota; to forfeit tho unearned land grants of the Atlantic A Paclflo Railroad and it-store the seme to settlement. The Moxlean pensions bill was tekon up ana aisousaoa at great lengtn, dui without action It went over, The Utah bill wes then placed before the Senate, pending dlacuaslon of which the Senate adjourned in the House the Senate amendments to the agricultural bill were non-concurred In. Mr. Hewitt of Now York introduced a bill, which waa referred, to punish by One and Imprison, ment any ofllolal of a National bank who shall obtain from tbe bank with which he Is oon neotod any loans for his own benefit, or ben. etlt of any company ot which be Is a member, by which loss shall occur in the bank. Hills, were Introduced snd re tarred : Granting pensions to all honorably dlaehai gr-d soldiers or the rebellion when they reach the ego of forty-flve; appropriating S.i()(,o(l0 for the emotion ot s home for dis abled soldiers of the Confederate army at t-'rodcrlckshurg, Va. The ooutoated election oaaeof Wallace Te.McKlnley waa taken op. Pending debate the matter went over for las present and U Mouse adjourned. . A Htery of a Queen. The arrival in this city the othr day of that "Queen of Tahiti," who waa no Queen of Tahiti at all, reminds me of a story tbo Qneen-Dowager Emms, of the Hawaiian Islands, told me ot her , experience tho first time she visited San Franolsoo. "Emma," as she is famil iarly but always respectfully spokon of by her people, is three-quarters "white." as the I expression goes, being tbe daughter of an English father and a 'half-white" (Hawaiian and .ngnsn) mother. She is, therefore, not darker than a decidedly brunette Caucasian. In her suite cf leraales were a number ot half-white and pure-blooded Hawaii an!. One of the latter was a strapping big girl with the independent swagger -and upright carriage peoullar to Sand wloh Island women of all classes, and this woman nearly every one here who saw the party insisted upon was the Queen. She was big and very dark, whioh satisfied the popular Idea con cerning Emma better than the Queen's ' own proper description: petite in per son and comparatively light la com plexion. "LalanI," that was the big , girl's name, received the homage ol elerks, shop people, chambermaids, waiters, bell-boys, and the uninformed publlo generally, with such evidences of royal condescension aa she thought the occasion demanded, being en couraged, in maintaining the common delusion by the Queen, who thus es caped in and out of the hotels and stores, etc, unnoticed and anincon venieneed. The party was in a fash ionable dry-goods bouse one day when, as usual, the crowd was thickest around LalanI and thinnest about Em ma. Tbe former, seeing some particu larly rich and dazzlWly bright silk and velvet, ordered a liberal supply for a dress, to be sent to her hoteL "And when shall I send the bill, your Majes ty f" inquired the over-cautious though obsequious salesman. Oh, never mlpd about that, LalanI will pay the cash now," replied LalanI herself, and then, Attracting the Queen's attention by speaking in native to her, added in English: "Here, LalanI, see what my bill is and pay it please." To have rebuked the h ussy there would have made a scene, but that con sideration aside, the splendid assurance of the girl and the sight of the ball grinning, balf-affrigbtod ftccs of tbe 1 other women in tbe suite, drove out pi her mind whatever indignation the Queen may have felt. Stepping to the salesman she inquired: "iiow much, pleaseP" : The Queen rather choked at ths an swer: "115, please," but swallowing her amazement the best she could, pro- . ceoded to settle the . bill ia good gold ooip, while the triumphant and only slightly trembling real LalanI regarded . the success of the Joke Jo apparently queenly indiOerenoe to such trifles as dry-goods bills. ' in telling this story Quooa Emma ooncluded: "1 never even rebuked the girl, who, I afterward U arned, played the joke on a 'duro' from the other girls. I thought I ow d that much to her for tbe share of ublic attention in tended for me which she relieved me of. San Francis v Chron c'e. The Old O'ltli'iiun's Mistake. . "Nice cbilil, very nico child," ob served an old gi!iitl-nin-i, trussing the aisle and a.lilrcssinr l!i - mother of the boy who bad just Lit liitu in tho eyr with a wad of p:ipe "iiow old arr you. my sou?" "Ni ii.rofvour business!" replied tho yot;ns:e '. tai:'u,r aim at an other pasHcngi-r. '. inu buy," smiiod tho old mnn, us liie ; .1 v:r it-g.-irded he: oflsprinojwiih priiit!. "A remarkably fine boy. What lay 11 nane, my son?'' 'Tuddin' Tamo! 1 s'.rr.;'. tl the young ster, with a single : I his own wit. "J thought so," con;i:;i c I' iho old man. pleasantly. "If you ha t plvon mi three encfcej nt if, that would have boon the first one I wm.l 1 hive struck, on. Now l'tidilin'. ym can blow those things prett stragtit, cai't vouP" "You but!" s u.?a'o.l fto buy. d-'lfohtod at tbe compliij'.cnL "..'( e mo take that old follow wet thorc!' "No 00!" ex claimed tho old goi:tbr;ftn, hastily. "Try it on the o'tl woiuaa I was sitting with. She has t oys o.' her own, and she won't mind." " . nn't you hit the lady for tbo gen'J nj.ii). Johnny?" asked tbe fond purjnt .'clitny drew s bead and landed t! e telle', right on the end of the old wo:-.:a . a nosj. But she did mind it, and ii,; in her wrath soared down on the sfnall boy like 8 bliszard. She pui, Ititu ovor the line, reversed him. ran lii.n bvkw.ird till he didn't know whL:b end if him was front, and finally dropped htm into the lap of the S3.ire4 ro.;I.ur. with a bene diction whereof the purport was thai she'd, bo back in a n. ooiu.it and skin him alivo. "She dl In t seem to like it, PudJinV smiled (he old gentleman softly, "She's a per c.t stranger to me, but I understand oho Is matron of s truants' home, an il UiO.ight she would like a little fun; but I was mistaken." And the old gentleman sipbed sweetly as ho went back to i is aeat Jettey-. man, "Hello! old man," satd a gentle man on Chestnut street this morning to a friend: "what's that you've got nnder your coat?" That,' was the aad re ply, as be brought It forth, is my who's Litis pug dog." "What are yoa going to do with himf Take him some where and drown him?" I with 1 might," earnestly responded tba gen tleman, fetching a sign. "No, I am not going to drown aim. My wife is hav ing a new spring suit made to harmon ize with Beauty, aa she Is pleased to call tbe disgusting little brute, and I am or my way to a dry-goods store to mate): bim for half a yard tooroot material." rhUadelghia Call.