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mrm A. Family Newspaper, Devoted to Homo Interests, IoliticH, A-sricitltiire, Science, Art, loetr,y, IStc VOL. XVII. WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST . (i, 1881. NO 32. INGTON DIRECTORY. ' POST.' KI-'I OK PUPAItTM KNT. 0 il-ic hoiim from 7 a. in. to.8 p. m. . C, C, C. I. II. R. - i ' Mulls Closet Going North, :W n. m., M p. ra., 8:00 p. m. Going South. HM a. m., 8:0U p. ra. Mulls Distributed: : From Nortli, 7:nu a. in.. I:W a. in. Froin South, 7:tWa. in., 4:'J0p. in, . W. L. B. H. IU - Mulls Close.i , Going East. D:1S a. m. , . Going Wear. :M p. m. k Malls Distributed! From Fast, 7:W n. in. I'roin West, U;UU in. nnionTOK. Arrive, dully, 10:00 a. m. Depart, dully, 11:110 a. ra. HUNTINGTON. Arrive, 12:00 m. Monday, Wednesday and I'rl iluyii. Depart, 0:45 m. Tuosdays, Thursdays and buturdaya. OBEIILIN. . Arrlvo, dally, 0:00 a. m. Depurt, dully, 2:00 p. m. PE.NFIF.LD. Arrlvo, 1:00 p. m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Depart, luuiO a. m. Tuosdays, Thursdays and bulurduys. COUNTY OFFICKKS. PnOKECUTINU ATTORNEY D. J. Nye. Auditor O. Hoot. TtiKAsuitiiu . 11, Robblns. Cl.KHK II. J, IWS. HiiKiurr OhIvIii Ensign. ltKCOKDEH VV. E. ('alioos. Pkoiiatk Ji'iiHK K. H. Hlninan. Buiivkyou T. C. Ilowon. Cum mi ssi os Kits E. P. llurroll, W, M. Cran dull. A. Fuuvor. Im-ium Aitr Directors I. S. Straw, Mr. Fos WELLINOTON TOWNimiP. Thusteks A. D. Perkins, Homor Allyn, S. K. Lnuiidnn. Clkkk-J. W. Wilbur. TitEAsmiKii A. II. Lambert. Asskksok II. N. Ooodwln. Conhtahi.kii K. Gosling, E. llnekett. Jiiktickh or tub Place T. W. Hrownlng, E. K. Ilucle.l. WELLINGTON VILLAGE. MatoIi-W. It. Wean. Coiincilmen A. 1). Perkins, W. 8. Mctcnlf, 0. V. Ilcmcuwuy, M. W. Lang, W. IL bantlcy, B.S.Hull. Ci.EltK P.. N. Goodwin. TltRAHrilKlt-J. II. Wight. JIaiikiial E. Huckott. ( Hit.k- e.nuineku Fiiih Department S. A. Williams. UNION SCHOOLS. MKMnr.ns of titk RoAno or FntrcATiox J. R Wight. E. K. Webster, J. W. Wilbur, 8. Win sleeker, W. It. Santluy, J. W. Houghton. OFFICERS OF ROAKD. Pnr.mDitT J. W. Houghton. CijfiiK W. It. Snntlcv. Thiabchkh J. H. Wight BurcuiMxsuKMi or &uiools B. H. Klnnl son. GHUUOHES. IMItSJT IMfcllKUA I ION 41, IlUHf H, 1 Northwest corner South Main and Mag yar street. Services, Sabbath. 10:;I0 a. m., 7:t) p.m. 8abhiv.li school, 12:) m. Young k:o- ft jics' mooting. B:uu p. m. weekly pruyer meet ng, Thursday evening. Mk'Ii''Imt Ki'iMrorAi. nii iii'ii. Enst side Public Square, Itov. M. P.Wnr ner, paster. Services, IU::)a. in. nnd7:lip. m. Sabbath school, l:!:rO in. Srwliil moetituM, :uo p. m. Yniimr licnplo' mootlnir, Tuesday, 7:0 p. m. ltcgular weekly pniycr mi-cilng. Thursday ovcnlng. Pastor's icsidcnoo on Cortland Avenue, dlroeilv In rcni- nfrhmvh. DlHil lPl.v ( III R( II. West I.lliortyPt;, lti-v. F. II. Mooro. nitHtor. Services. 10: a. m., 7:KI p. in. Huliinilh aehiKil, 12:01 m. lteiriilur weekly pruyer meelliiir, Thursday cveiiiiiir. DKNTISTS. HJI. IIOI.HUOIIK, Dentlxt. OOles over Hustcil's storn, In Hunk llullillnir, Wolllnirloii, Ohio. Nitrous oxlds giu adiulu Stored for Iho extruetlon of tooth. PHYSICIANS. rp KIcCLA II .fi, n. .. 1'byaelan and Sur. 1 . irenn. Callsfrom vllliitfo and country will reeelvo pnmipt attention. Olllce over It. O. Starr's druii store; ti'lepliono No. S. Keal denec, South iliiiu stratt; ii'U plioue No. "4. Dlt. J. HI NT, llomwnpatlilst. Culls at nil tours promptly attended. Ollleo and residence, Went side 1 ublio buuuxo; tulviihuuo No. 1& KOTAHY PUBLIC. RN. :ilVI, Insuranoe Aifent and Notary 1'ubllo. Insuranee, deed, mort aairps, wills, lenses, cnntraeH, uto writton In a neat and legal manner. Ulllcoovor Senile's boot and shoe store. BANK. 11 KST NATIONAL H1K, Wulllniflon, 1 O., does a Kenoral bunkinv business, buys and sells Now Vork oiohnnifo, Govern oient bonds, eto. B. S. Warner, President; IU iA. Horr, Cashier, William Cushion, Assistant Cashier. TONSORIAL. El'GIiR KOHI1NMON, tha Harbor, keeps one of the neatest, moit oonvonlent Har bor Shops In to wn. Only first-lass workmen inployeil. A full assortment of hair oils, po mades and hair restorutives. Fine bath-rooms Ineonneetlon and furnished at all hours with bot sud cold water and nil r.foen.iury oonvciU oncea. Hooins, Houth sidu Liberty stn.-et. PRINTINO, l)Klv your Printlnir to the EMTSiii'iuna J I Ollloe. All kinds ol I'riiiilnir dono neatly and prouiptly. Oillt'e, west side publleSqu.iru, over II awli'on's dnnr toi. PHOTOGRAPHER. WV. A WTI LLK, Pbnlnirrap'ier. Plef uros In every style and fi'ily abreast All the late Improvements In the art RnruKO menu for sittings-should, wbenetir praetlev ble, be made lu advanee. Gallery urer Howl by Hail's store; telephone No. (7. PLANING MILL. HWADHUOKTII tt HON, I'lunlnn MIIL . geroU'sawlnir, inauihliiii. plHuiug. oio., donetoordof. Donlors In IiiiiiIkt, latii, !uu ales, doors, snsb, blinds, moulding and dressud lumber of all sorts. Yard, uuur iluunin s iued store, WelllDjton, 0. ' MTBrlng your Job Trlnting to the Entibpbibi office. We are constantly ddlnit new style end novelties, and can give you as Rood a Job as can get In the city. Try us. OPTICIAN. JW. IIOI UIIT0N, dealer In spoctuelns, . eye kIusihis, reudlnir l'UisSi'h, opera Klutnes, toloHcnuos, and a full Tlno of npticul J roods. Hold, silver, stool, rubber and cotyl oid frames of thoilnestirrndes kept In ntiek. HelliiluK and repulilnjf old IraiaeS done to order. Flttlnir dlilleult oyes a epeciulty. Ol llce, west side Public Siuuro. It DOLANI), Miinnrnctnrer of Csrrlnge., Wsg . . ons snd Ulelgbs, North Main St., c-lhiigtcn, HAMLIN P03T t!0. s.o. ej: 3 . At WCLLINOTOM, OHIO, Moots cn tlio r'.'c ond and f''.nl!i Weilncrilny e'. Wi lli K s of e a c h month. lVrt mk ins in .rmerw-n'.-i 1-! -. J. J. TlM'MAS, .1. rr. Ccuiuiuiulor, W. L.C0.1K, Aujui'lEt. to' K. OF H. NO. lOfO, Wellington, - Ohio. Meets tlmt mid tblnl Wednendar rvcnluc.H 4 eachuienth. ltoouisiu Kiiiorwin's block. tl. P. Bueldon, ihctnttir. W. JottnAX, Rtparitr. COAL! The best Mtissilion Lump nnd Nut Coal, Massillon Kennel dial. The best Hard Coal In market. Ofllcc itbove Bank. FRANKS, TITUS Sc Co. Clevelund. Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Kail way. TEE CHEAT CENTRAL TMZ ROUTE BETWKK.V TUB BAST AND WEST Through cars with connections In Union Depots. Only direct line via Cleveland, Buffalo and Niagara Falls NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND. Direct connections for all Southern South western, and Western points, either by wsy of Cincinnati, Indianapolis or 8t. Lou Is. Di rect connection In Union Depot at et. l.nuis for all r.illwuy towns in Missouri, ArkuiiiM?, Texas, Kansus, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, Old Mexico, and the PaclHc coast. Fast Time, New Equipment sndrunninic through the most npulous part ol thecoui.- try; pokscssini; every appllanco lor speed uud comfort kuown to be servlcable. Tho Cost Roadbed and the Safest Itoad in tho west. Tickets bv this popular route fur sale at all regular Ticket OlUccs. from and after June 8, 1SS4, until further notice, trains on this road will pass clliui' ton as follows; QOINO WKBT. Httudurd Tims No. J ( In. A St. Louis Express H .Us. in, No. 47 ( levo'd K Col'. Ex u. 111, No. S Nibt Kxp.-ecs H itt p. ni. No.Ul-Lucul Ereiglit 7.DUS. III. OOINO EAST. No. R Nleht ExprcM 6 0S a. m. No. 22 (Inliiin A t'leve'd Ac 7..HI s. in. No. lit Ht. Iiuis A N. Y. Kx S.iSI p. 111, No. II Ciiirlnnatl A Clevo'd Ex 8 X0 p.m. No. 84-Locsl Fielght S.U6 p. in, . 11. THOMAS, O. 8. SKlNNEIt, (kn. Manager. Tralllc Muuaacr. A.J. SMITH, Gen. Pas. AkL CLEVELAND, OHIO. WHEELING & LAEE ERIE RAILRQAB Cleveland & Marietta B. R. From and after May 18, 1884, until fut ther uotlce, trains on this road will pass Wellington as loiiows: GOINO EAST. Standard Time, No. 1 No. 5 No. 7 No. 17 Local,. 10.45 a.m. S.N) p.m. a.asp.m. 9.10 a.m. QOINO) WEST. ' No. 1 Midi, No. 4 11 ais ra. No. 8 8. IT7 p.m. No. 10 Local 4.23 p.m, , Trslns I, ft, 0 and 8 dally. 4 and 7 dally, except uuuay. CONDUCTIONS. Tnludo-Wlth all lines entering the city. Fremonl-Wlth L. K. A W. K, It, Clydo With I. B. A W. R. R. Bellorae-Wlth N. Y. C. A St. L. R. H. Monrnevllle-Wlth B. A O. It. R. Wellington-Wlth V- O., O. A I. Ry. Crosteu-Wlth N. Y.. P. A O. It. U. Orrvlllo-Wlth O,, A. A C. IL It. and P., Ft. W, AC. R. R. ' Mainllloa-Wlth P., Ft. W. A 0. R. R. and C, T.V.AW. R. H. ' Valley Junction With Vsllcy R. R. Csnsl Dovsr With (J. A P. R. K, and C, T. V. AW. H. H. Nswcnm.rstnwn With P C. A St. L. R. R. Csmurliliro-With B. A O. R. R. Point Flcwsnt With W. C. A M. H, R. Marietta-With M. A O. It. It. M. D. WOODFORD, JAS ;M. TIALL, N Oeu.Supt Gen. Psss.Ajt mm mini ' Sir' v-riiir 1 T 1 mm i nm 1.0110 X1U1UU AIAUAU11UA JJUH EPITOME OF THE WEEK;! 1 . . Interesting News Compilation. ' ' From Washington! Ton tho first twonty-nlno weeks of 1884 the balance of trade against this country amounted to $74,144.47. Tdb business failures throughout the United Btatos and Canada during the seven days ondedontho 1st numbered 23!, against 240 the previous week. Tho dis tribution was as follows: Now England Btatos, 63; Middle, 62; Wostorn, 07 J Southern, 81 J Pacific! States and Territo ries, 33; Canada and the Provinces, 18. Tub publlc-dobt statement for July Is as follows: Total debt (Including Inter est) tf.Kil.OGO.OiO; cash In Treasury, $405, 810,003; debt, less amount In Treasury, $ 1,440,050,047. Decreaso Jduring July, $3,99.1,23. Doorcase since Juno 00, 1883, fi05,034,25!). Tho East. At Albany on the 29th Governor Cleve land was formally notlUed of bis nomina tion for the Presidency by the Democratio Convention. Nearly all tho members of the Notification Committee and of the Na tional Democratio Comtnittoe wore pres ent. Colonel Vilas, of Wisconsin, made he spooch of notification, to which tho Covornor rosponded. Tub failuro Is announced of Battle & Brother, of Philadelphia, wool merchants, for $120,000.! Tub death of Royal Pholps, one of the oldoit and bout known merchants lu Now York City, occurrod recently at the age of soventy-flvo years. Mr. Edward J. Holmes, tho second son of Oliver Wendell Holmes, died a fow days ago. Tho deceased was at one time private secrotary of Charles Sumner. TnoMAS A. Hkndiucks was waited upon by a portion of the Democratio Notifica tion Comniittoe at a Snratoga hotel on tho 30th tilt, who informed him of his nomina tion by the party for tho Viee-Presldoncy. Fail Stkvems, who was librarian of the Houso of Representatives under President Lincoln and Grant, died recently at Cam den, Mo. At tbo Philadelphia Mint ono million silver dollars wcro coined during tho month of July, no othor coins having been made. Four colored burglars, who bad six large trunks containing watches, dia monds, sealskins and silks, valued at 510,- 000, were captured by Pittsburgh (Pa.) police a fow days ago. On tho Fitchburg Railroad a freight 1. -aln demolished a horse-car In Charles town, Mass., the other day, fatally injur ing J. H. Wiley, and bruising several women and children. A nw days ago Jennie Bartlett, of Bos ton, a beautiful girl, who was .infatuated with a policeman, killed bcrsolf with car bolio acid because he fuilod to keep an ap pointment. , O.f the 31st ult. Thomas A. Hendricks visited Albany, N. Y., and was for the first time Introduced to Governor Cleve land.' All address has been lssuod by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, President and Vice-President of the Wom an Suffi ago Association, to tho members advising them to use their lnfluonce to se cure tho election of Blalno and Logan. The farui-bouso of Khody Boyle, near BU Joe, Pa., was entered by threo masked men the other afternoon, who compelled him to open bis safe, from which they took 113,000. Then they absconded. John Cakwkll & Co., ton dealers, of New York, heretofore rated at $l,COO,0OJ, have failed. Tiik death of Thomns Dickson, President of the Dclawaro & Hudson Canal Com pany, occurred a few days ago at Murris town, N. J., aftor a protracted illness. On the 31st tbo Bradford (Pa.) Glass Works, which shutdown on account of tha strike recently, resumed work with non union man. in the afternoon tho strikers surrounded the factory, captured Fortune Dugneaux, tho new foreman, and gouged out both of his eyes to preveut him from doing any more work. C. AV. Macket has been nominated for Congressman by the Republicans of the Twenty-seventh Pennsylvania District. Rkpohts from forty-two farma In scat tered seetio'ns of New England show a profit of eight per cent on the capital In vested last year, and It is asserted that In ordinary seasons farming In that region will pay eighteen per cent. On the afternoon of the 1st the Greely Arctic rcliof expedition came to anchor In the harbor of Portsmouth, N. H. The party was warmly welcomed by Secretary Chandler, all the naval vessels In port and the citizens generally. Alexander Jefferson (colored)- was banged on the 1st at Brooklyn, N. Y., for taking two lives and terribly wounding a third person. '1 Firb on the 1st damaged a building In Water stroet, New York, to tbo extent of (50,000, and five persons were fatally burned. Flames also swept away nine buildings at Philadelphia, the loss being (100,000. , Br falling from a boat Willie Culllnan, eight years old, and Mlchaol Naaterson, bis cousin, aged ten years, of Boston, were drowned a few days ego. Onithe 1st Jay-Eye-Bee beat tha trotting record at Providence, R. L, making a mile lnJ:I0.. At Philadelphia the Wannamaker Com pany's furniture factory, Howard's Hotel, a planing-mlll, lumhor-yard and four sa loons were destroyed by fire on the 1st, causing a loss of (100,000. 1 West ami South. The other night Charlos Wright, a sixteen-year-old boy, fatally shot his father, Joel Laws, a farmer ltvinc near Shelby- villa, Ind. . Laws bad quarreled with his' wire and tried to get Into the hone where she was staying. Wright resisted Laws, and In doing so fired the fatal sbot. William W. Cclbertoon, a member of Congress from the Ninth Dtotrlol'bf "Eon, tucky, who was stopping at the National Hotel lu Washington, fired five shots into bis head on the 80th ult, inflicting danger ous wounds. The cause was said to have been depression from excessive Indulgence In liquor, ONtlie 30th ult. another herd of cattle affected with the Texas fever arrived at tho Chicago stock-yards. They were promptly slaughtered. Tim West Virginia Republicans mot In State Convention at Parkers burg on the 80th ult. and nominated Edwin Maxwell (the Urocnback nominee) for 3ovrnor, and divided tho othor offlcos equally, savo that the candidates for Presidential elect ors and Judges of tho Buprome Court are Republicans. A fire tho other night dostroyed tho en tiro vlllu;;o of Lulling, Nov., except the railroad depot. A few days 030 Mrs. TJpmeler, of Cin cinnati, undertook to split open a rockol with a liateh'jt. She and herdaughter wars fatally injured by tbo explosion which fol lowed, and two children were severely hurt. Captain J. M. Sfielton and his daugh ters, Louisa and Florence, aged nineteen and twenty-one years, wore bathing I few evenings ago near Little llivor Bto tion, Tex., when the girls got beyond theli depth and were drownod, the aged futhoi being unablo to assist them. They wen highly accomplished, and the family wert traveling through tho State In a carriage for pleasure. U.Di:it instructions of A. R. Greeno, In spector of tlto General Land Olllce, Gen eral Hatch, with a cavalry . force, wus al Caldwell, Kan., on the 3,0th ult., and would Immediately proceed to drive Payns and others from Indian Territory. Lccy and Tenuie Jones, two beautiful young girls, uged respectively seventeen ml nineteen, cmimitted suicide near Gads den, Ala., a few nights ago by hanging. Disappointment In love waj supposed tc have been the cause. Tub following Congressional nomina tions wero ma lo 011 tho 30; h ult., by th Democrats: Virginia, Third District. Goore D. Vi'iso, renominated; North Car olina, Sixth District, His.len T. Bennett; Ohio, Thirteenth DUlrict, Joseph IL Outh walte. The sum of $?3,000 per annum has beet appropriated by tho Baltimore & OliK Road for the paymont of ponslons to em ployes incapacitated from earning a liv lug. Tiik four daughters of Nathan Miller, residing noar Marysvlllo, Kan., wer killed by lightning while sloeplng early a few mornings ago. The Chief -of -Police at Omaha has caused a sensation by Issuing an order that any woman appearing in the streets wearing a Mother Hubbard dress be arrested and lodged in jail. Mrs. McCoiihick, of Barton, Md., wh was caught in the recent flood, clung to s log for twenty-four hours, and was rescued aftor drifting four mllos. Reports were received by the Indian! State Board of Health on the 31st ult Iron health officers in over eighty counties ol the State which showed that the conditio! of county prisons was wretched. At Baltimore on the 31st ult a rain and wind-storm flooded cellars In the lowei section, unroofed buildings and damaged shipping. Tho loss was placed at (100,000 A child was klllnd in a falling house. A lamp explosion a fow mornings age resulted In a flro which destroyed nearly tho wholo businoss portion of Hot Springs Ark. Tub Chicago school consus rocontly com pleted, indicated a population of 029,983. an increase of 12V per rent, within a year Tho Chinese number 197 aud the colored people 7,!il7. C'KNHf 8 returns recently obtalnod front sixty-five out of tbo sevonty-nlue cotintloi of Michigan showed that there had been I net incrensa in the population of 137,081 since 1830. Twelve counties bad lost slightly. Tue othor day tho stoamor City of Ya 100, with a cargo of cotton and oil, wai sunk In tho Mississippi by cj Union with a stump near Baton Rogue. CONOHESHin.NAL nominations were mads on the 31st ult as follows tjltepubllcan West Virginia, Socond District, F. M. Rey nolds; Indiana, Ninth District, C. T. Dsx ey. Democratic Mississippi, Fourth Dis trict, G. O. Barry. An eleven-yoar-old boy named Charles Buflrahn, of Chicago, who was bitten over nine weeks ago by a rabid dog, died Ol hydrophobia on the 81st ult A train on the Northwestern Road was attacked by a swarm of wild bees near Chicago a few days ago, which flew through the open windows, and before they could be driven off atung, a large number of passengers In a painful manner. In a shooting affray near Miles City, M. T., a fow days ago, two cowboys were iatally wounded. The following Congressional nomina tions were made by the Democrats on ths 1st: Missouri, Thirteenth District, IL L, Thomas; North Carolina, Fourth District, Thomas D. Johnson. On the 1st Georgo T. Williams, Secre tary of the Chicago Btook-Yards, roport id that the Texas fever bad been entirely oradicated by the butchory of the Infected tiord, and that no further trouble with cat tle was oxpjctod. Near Monroe, N. C, Mrs. Frances Bte tall, a widow, aged seventy, who died a tew days ago, confessed to a clergyman, sud afterwards made her confession pub lic, that she had murdered her husband by pouring molten lead into his ear thirty years ago. She refused to say what was the motive of the crime. ' ' Eubha Alexander was killed, Ms brother John mortally hurt, and Mrs. Charlie Poor slightly wounded In a shoot lug affair recently near Burns, Ky., the result of a feud because of a runaway match in the families. A Firb a few morning's go destroyed the wholesale drug stock of Lelgbson A Clark, at Cpnabauloes,(100,0O0. AMONOthe executions on tha 1st were, three young whit men at BoottibofOi Ala., for arson; Frank Williams (col ored), at Pine Bluff,' Ark., for the murdor of his wife; Wilson Stevens (colored), at Edgeflold, S. C, for killing a peddler, aud Frederick Cephas (colored), at Cam bridge. Md., for murdering Mrs. Murphy, Fred Voch, a carriage manufacturer, William Osech, a laborer, and Bertha Mur pby, a domestic, committed rutclde at St Louis on the 1st 'Foreign Intelligence. ! Tub new Divorce law took effoot in France on tho 29th, and In a short time no ' loss than threo thousand suits had already " been brought, many prominout fatulllos be ing Involved. . Collectors have been Instructed by the Canadian Minister of Customs to permit no, tea-dust from American ports to be landed until a sample has beon approved by the public analyst Twenty-four deaths from cholora oc curred at Marseilles, ten at Toulon and eight at Aries during the twenty-four hours ended at nine p.m. on the 30th ult A mild form of the disease had appeared in St Petersburg and at Charkog aud other towns In Russia. ' In Sonara, '. Mex.,, yellow fever was spreading on the 80th ult., and extra vig ilance was urged at Arizona points to pre vent its entrance into the United States. A mob, headed by a prloat, presumably of the Groek Church, attacked the Jews at Witepsk, Russia, a fow days ago. The military dispersed the rioters and mado some arrests. Only twelvo doaths from. cholera oc curred at Marseilles and three at Toulon during the twenty-four hours ended at nine p. m. on tho 31st ult In other towns the disease was also roported to be abat ing. Duiuno the month of July the customs duties at Montreal ware (100,000 more than the corresponding month last year. While attempting to escape arrest Gen eral Pinzon and nine soldiers were killed a fow days ago by the revolutionary forces at Guorroro, Mex. A Havana dispatch of tho 1st chronicles the donth of the Governor-General of Porto Rico from yellow fever. Off Portland, Eng., the British steamer Brittannla, from New York to London, was wrecked a few days ago. The mem bers of tho crew were saved. The cargo, consisting of 88,000 bushols of oata, 17,000 bushels of wheat and OTO pounds of oil cake was a total loss. On the dry plains in the vicinity of Chi huahua, Mex., five large springs of water have recently made their appearanco, and In the adjoining country there Is a new outflow sufficient to sustain a herd of two thousand cattle. Dynamite to the amount of sixty-five pounds was stolen from a magazine noar Glasgow, Scotland, on tha 1st The thieves wero not known, and some alarm prevailed. During the twenty-four hours endod at nine o'clock p. tn. on the 1st there were twenty-six deaths from cholera at Mar seilles, eight at Aries, six at Alx and two at Toulon. The disease was reported at twelve places in Italy. Tub Paris police 0:1 the 1st discovered a manufactory of explosive bombs and ar rested three persons found at work. T.A.TEB. The remarkable timo of 2:10 mada by Jay-Eye-See at Narragansett Park, Provldouee, R. I., on the 1st lias been eclipsed by Maud 8. At the Cleveland fO.l Drlvlmr Park on tho 2d this famous mare trotted a inilo in ill" wonderful time it 2:011 'i the greatest nrlilevoiiieut lu the history of the trotting tun. KoiiEitT T. Lynch, editor of the Los AilKoles, Cal., Jli-nM, died suddenly of heart disease at Uatita Monica, that State, on the 31. He was a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., and about fifty years of age. Yhe ctciuucr Dione, from London for Midilleborough, was sunk on the 3d by a collision In the Thames. Seventeen per sons wero drowned. Tuk Pallida cotton factory, In Lex ington County, 8. C, was destroyed by Are nn the 2d. 'Eight thousand four hundred spindles were operated exclusively on yarns. Ixss $130,000; insured for $120,000. The rear wnlls of tho United States Hotel at Washington, D. C, a building sit uated a short distance west of tho Capitol, fell without warning on the eveuing of the 8d. There were forty-seven persons lu tho hotel at the time, seven of whom were buried In the ruins, namely: Mrs. Belden, wife of the proprietor; Ernest Snooks, a boy of eleven years, and five ' colored servants. The first two and Annie Dickson, a colored chamber maid, were rescued, badly Injured; the others perished. The building was one of the oldest structures In the city, and has long been considered unsafe. Several oases of cholera were re ported in different parts of Italy on the 8d. Arrow, a thriving village near Blnjr hamton, N. Y., waa halt destroyed by fire on the 3d. The losses aggregate (75,000. , Harkison Mickey, colored, shot and killed Tom Baphrey, a colored pnliceman, atapicnio at Glasgow, MoH on the 3d during a disturbance. The murderer was srrested and placed In jail. During the night about one hun dred negroes battered down the dotVs of the jail and took Mickey just outside of town and hung him to a tree. Hnphrey, the man shot by Mickey, waa a well-known and lghly respected negro, and wielded a trnng Influence for good among the people of bis race. Henry M. Stant tr, tho African ax plorer, arrived at Oatend, Belgium, on tha td, and was received with great enthusi asm. Btrauck, President of the African International Association, met him at tha steamer and King Leopold and Duo d'Au- male were preaenl al tna banquet In tbs evening. Btanley and the King had private audlenoe or on nour ana a half. A fire broke out in Hellrrut'a draff store, Emporium, Fa., on tba Sd, and de stroyed twenty business plaoea and tha Bhives House. Fourteen families are home less. Loss about WW Blaine's Tcaee Policy. now any human, being ever possessed tho audacity or the invontiou to JA tribute to Air. Blaine, as &cixjfary of State, a war policy must rupain a mys tery. Everv dispatch he jyor wrote was peaceful, lie mado an oAort, by aum moiiine; a Peace C'ongre; toward abol ishing war from (the Ajtcrican Conti nent. His design was frustrated niter lie loft the Cnbinet But the dispatch he wroto summoning tho Congtoss 19 wort'ny of commemoration. We repro- 4 duce it below, and wo venturo to sug- gust tliaC'Uepublicau journals through, out tho country reprint it as tbo most ell'uctuul and conclusive, answer to the foolish cry that Mr. lilaino's foreign policy tends to war. That policy aims to oxtond commurco and trado. Bead -tho dispatch: DKi'AiirMKNTOr Statu, Wasiiinoton, No vember Si. is!. Sir: The nttitudo of the United States with rosnect to tho question of Feni-ral peace on tho American Conilneut is well known uirouirh Its persistent eltoris for years past to avert the evils of warfare, or,' theao otlorts lulllinr, to brlntr positive con flicts to an end inrouph pact Mo counsels or the advoeaoy of Impartial arbitration. This attitude has bocu consistent 'main tained, and alwais with suoh' lnlrnt-vs aa to leave no room lur imputing to our.Ciovern Dient any inotlvo except the humane and dls interested on", of saving, tlio' kindred Mates of tho AuiPrtujiv Continent from the burdens of war. Thofosltinn of the United Plates as the leading tiowcr or the New World might well vivo to its Oovernuy nt a claim to author Itativo utterance for tho purposo of quieting discord among its neiirlilHirs, with all ol whom the most fneudlv rolallona exist. Neverthe less, the irood i lllcosof this Government are not and have not at any timo been tendered with a show of dletatton or compulsion, but only as exhibiting the solicitous good will of a common friend. For notno years pat a growlcg disposition A has Ix-en manifested by oertaln Mates of Cen tral and South Amerloa to rotor disputea af fecting grave questions of International re lationship and boundaries to arbitration ratn er than lo the sword. It has beea on several such occasions a source of profound satis faction to tho Government of the United Status to sen that this country la In a largo measure looked to by all thn American pow- . en as their friend and mediator. The Just aud Impartial counsel ot tho President in such rases has never been withhold, aud bis oltoris have been rewarded by tho prevention of sail guiiiary strlio or ang'-r contention betweeu peoples whom wo regard as brethren, ThooxlMence of this growing tendenoy con vinous the President that tho lime Is ripo for a proposal that shall enlist Iho good will and active eo-oeratlon of all the Mtates of the Western Hemisphere, both North ami South. In the interest of humanity and for the com mon weal of n al Inns, he conceives that none of tho Government of America ran he less alive than our own to the daiurcr and hor rors of a state of war, and eseclally of war between kinsmen. Ho Is sure that none of the chiefs of Governments on the Continent can be les senBiiivo than he Is to tho lacroo duly or waking every endeavor to do away Willi tho chances ot fratricidal si rite. And ho looks with hoHlul coulideuee to such act ive assistance from them as will serve to show tho broadness of our common humanity, and the atr.mglh of the ties which Mud us all to gether as a great-and harmonious system of American commonwealths. Impressed by these views, the President ex tends to all the Independent countries of North and Houth Amcrio.i an earnest invita tion to participate in a aenni-sl Conn-ess, to b ' hold In the city ot Wnshmitton on the SStn day of November. IKs, for 1 lie purposo ot considering and dlscttsiing the methods of preventing war between the milloneof Amer ica, lle.desires that the attention of the Con gress shall bo strictly con lined to this one yrcnt object: that Us sole a in ahull Iw to seek a ay of pern ancntly aiertimt ihe horrors of cruel and bloody combat between countries, ottenest of one b!o'xl and speech, or the even ' worse calnmtty of Internal commotion and civil strife: that ft shall rounid the burden some unit far-reaching eon-0 inences of such struigies, the If'-.-aelca of exhausted Hnanees. of oppressive ilobt, of oncmos taxation, of , ruined cities, of .paralyzed industries, of do va-tnted fields, of ru'hless eonserliition, ol the slaughter ot men, of the grior of the widow aud tlio orphan, of einbiiUired rrsn meius that ton survive those wao pruioke the.u, and l.esvl'y nlllict the Innocent generation- that eomo arter. Tim I'leseleut is especially desirous to have It wi'ler-ton I that, In putting tonh this invi tation, tho United Hiates d es not assume the position cf eoitiisWiugoriittcuipttnir, ttirougr n. o o.c- ol' Ihe I'oiuress, to counsel, any de I riolinilo solution of exlslinif ioe-llon. r. Inch nmy now divide any of the countries , ol America. Such iiucstlonscan nut properly puma betoie tho lonirr'Si. Its miisloop hi. 'her. It Is to provido tor Iho Interests ot a'l in tho future, not to settle the Individual dllTerenees of Hie present, ror this reasoi, especially Iho President has Inilp atod a day lor the asseirddlivr of the Contrreiw so far in ' the futuro as to hiive good ground lor hope that by the time named tho in-eseui v, nation on the South Haeitle const wld he happily ter minated, and tnat those etorairi d in the con test may ta!ie pwonblo part In the dl-'cussion and solution of the ireneriil miction nlTootlm In an equal fleirree tho well-be. tit of all. It seems ais dusiral lo lo ili-eliilm In ad vaneo any purpose on the pnrt f tho Uultec Plate to preludire the Issues to lit presentd to the Conirress. Itlsfartrom tho intent ol this Government to appear before the Con gress as In anv sense tho protector of it neighbors or the predestined and neoi snar.i arbitrator of their disputea. Thn Unlter Klates will enter lulo the delllwrntions of the Congress on the same footing its the othei powers represented, and wtlb tho loyal de termination to spproaeh any proposed solu tion, not merely In Us own Interest, nr with a view of asserting its own powor. but as siinrle member among many coordinate an I oo-O'pml Slates, ftofar as tha Inhuenon of this Government may be po'entlal. It will be exerted In the direction of eonui latins whatever coiitllotlng Interests of blood or government or historical tradition may neoessnrily eoine together In response to t call eiubraolng such vast and diverse ele ments. Vou will present these views to the Minister or foreign tteiaitona or tne Argentine nepue He. enlarvlng, If need be, in such terms as will readily occur tn you, upon the great mis sion which It is within the power of the pro posed Conirresa to accomplish In the Interest or humanity, and upon the Brm purpose ol the United States to maintain a position ot the most absolute and Impartial friendship toward all. You will thereupon, la the name of the "resident of thn United Plates, tender to his Excellency the President of the Argen tine Kepubllo a formal Invitation to annd two Commissioners to the Congress, provided with such powers on behalf of their Government aa will enable ihcin to consider the question: broturht tieforo that body within the limit ol supmiaslon contemplated by this Invitation. The United Ktutm, as well aa the othor powers, will. In like manner, be represented oy two Commissioners, an that equality and impar tiality will be amply secured In the proceed stirs of the Conirresa. In delivering this Invitation through the Minister of Foreign Affairs you will read this dispatch to him and leave him a oopy, Inti mating that an answer la desired by this Gov ernment as promptly as the Just considera tion ot so Important a proposition will ear mlt I am, eta, Jamm Q. Blau. N. T. Triton. fSeyeralof tha loading Irish met of St, Louis who have hitherto aoted with the Democratio party hava an nounood their Intention to Tote for Blaine. , Among them are lr. Thomas O'Relllr, President of the Missouri Irish Katlonal League. Tha Irfah-Anjerloan paper published there, the mmrot. Celt, and tha labor organ, the Ottoti, bare also pronounced for Blalao.