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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1886.'
2 THE ENTERPRISE. J. B. SMITH, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. UOTS OF THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters. CONOR CSS. BirUTS, March 81. During1 th morning bour Mr. Edmund pre tented tod had read Qt petition of Frank W. Tubbeilng, for a pension. The petition reoltet long lervioe In the war, ievere wound, and consequent qrlp. pilng. He had settled In Oeonrla after the war and had lost sight of comrade, who could Support Dl. olaim, and hence pran Congress to grant him a pemlon In hi. helplea. old aire. Mr. Edmunds. In commending the petition to the careful consideration of the Committee on Pensions, ta d thl. poor fellow, bad bee f pointed itorekeeper or f uaareT at Atlanta, k, on tbe recommendation of tbe late Al. ander H. Bterena, "but the remoraele.. le of politic had turned him out of the aerrlce, thouirh Mr. Edmundi oould not se bow any con.lderatlon of politic, should hare led to suoh action. Tbe Senate took up and S Mussed Hr. Logan's armr bill, after whloh r. Vanoeaddreued the Penate In support ?r bis bill to repeal the Civil Bet-rice law. The hair then laid before the Senate the Wash ington Territory bill, and after a speech In it. support bjr Mr. Dolph, tbe Senate went Into oiecutire session and soon adjourned. Horns. A bill appropriate Sl.rtiO to de fray the cost of the medal voted br Congress to John F.Blater, of Connecticut, was passed. She session or the House was devoted almost entirely to the conspiration. In Committee oT the Whole, of the bill reported from the Committee on Labor to "provide for the speedy settlement of controversies and dif ferences between common carriers engaired In Interstate and terrltnral transportation of propertr or paasengers and their em plnes' Without reaching a conclusion on the hill the committee rose and the House ad.lourned. Pksats, April l.-Tbo bill appropriating fiilO.nilO for the erection of a monument at Washington totho memory of Abraham Lin coln was passed. Aiter the morn'ng hour the bill to admit Washington Territory wss taken tip. A long discussion enstiod, after which the oomtnltlee'a amendments to the Mil were voted on seriatim, and agreed to The Senate then went Into executive sess'on, and when tbo doors reopened ad journed until the Mh. n'KA.Il'a r.Mhni Arbitration bill occupied the attention of the House in Committee of the Whole most of the day. When the committee rose. Mr. Heagan, of Texas, made a constitutional argument .'a nt the bill Pending a vote on the mo on of Mr. O'Neill that all debate on theflrat sect on of the bill be limited to one minute, the House adjourned. Sknats, April I. -The Senate was not In ess on. Hti'8i.-On mot'on of Mr. O'Neill, private business was dispensed with and the House went Into Committee on the Whole, on tbe Labor Arbitration hill. Tbe bill was con sidered bv sections and debate oontlnuod Uirouvhout the day. Without reaching a onnelus'on, the committee rose and the House took a recess until evening. At the even ng session th rtv seven pension bills were passed, and the House adlourned. Bin ate, April 3. The Senate was not In session. HoDsi.-Bya vote of W to 112 the House laid aside the Silver hill for the time being and went Into Committee of tbe Whole on the Lshor Arbitration bill. An amendment wss ottered by Mr. Warner, prov'dfng that the members of the tribunal of arbitration shall receive a eompensat on of 1A a dar for the t me actually employed; also prescribing the fees and compensation to be allowed the clerk, stenographer, marshals and witnesses; pmv'dlng that the tribunal shall have the power to limit the number of witnesses in each case, whose feea shall be pa d br the Un ted States, and appropriating a sume'ent rim to carry the provisions of the b'll Into effect. Mr. Tillman offered an amendment to tbe amendment providing that not more than tl.HMlih.il be paid out of tbe Treasury to defray tbe eipense of anv single arbitra tion . Agreed to, and Mr. Warner's amend ment a. amended was adopted. The com mittee then rose and reported the bill to the House. On motion of Mr Kelloy, of I'ennsyl vnn a, tbe title of the bill was amended to read aa follows: To provide a m.ihod for .settling controversies and difficulties be- - tween railroad corporation. engaged tn Inter- - state-end territorial transporlat'on of prop erty and pasonircrs and their emplnres." Tho bill was then passed yeas IMt, navs W. The Chairman of the House Committee on Kleet ons submitted the ina'orltv report of the committee on the Hurd-Homels contest, recommendina the adopt on of a resolution that Jacob itomois waa elected a member of the Forty-ninth Congress from the Tonth (Ihlo district, and was entitled to retain his seat. The even ng session of the House was devote'! to the discussion of the Free Coin sge bill. WASHINCTON. It Is estimated at tbe Treasury Depart ment that there has lieen s reduction of about I4,2.V,(s0 In the putillo debt during the month of March. The collections of Internal revenue for the first oltrlit months of the fiscal year end ing June 3i. Hsu, ainonnt to trri.lM.iOO, an Increase of '.4in,3'M over the receipts for theeorres)oii(lin(r period of the last flscnl year. The jirinrlpnt Itomsof Increase were t M7,X4 from spirits, f 1. 171, (MO from tobacco, arid rer,lH4 from fermented liquors. The only decrease was l(."i,.VW on miscellaneous items. The receipts for February were xsijtrt Inexcessof the receipts forth same mouth of the preceding year. PmiMO the month of March. Land Com missioner Hparks hat cancelled for fraud, seventy-six homestead, pre-emption and other entries, and held for cancellation upon the same ground 139 entries and Mings, embracing in all about 30,(100 acres of land. During the snme period he has m-omineuded criminal proceedings against fifty persons for timber trespass, and twenty-nine civil suits to recover $W0,0U0, the value of the timber cut. Tbe reduction In the public debt during Mnrch amounted to $1 4,1X7, 6S4. The net cash In tbe Treasury on the 1st was 7fl,3Sl,. OM, an Increase of 4.0M2,80ri sine March 1. The store of silver dollars Is now $174,700, KM. or about 1.1,000,000 more than a month ago. Tbe customs receipts for March amounted to I1S,17,172, or 2.aw,000 more than in March, 1W. Internal revenue re ceipts were 19.505,509, or nearly three quarters of a million more than in March year ago, and miscellaneous receipts were 1750,000 greater than in March, 18X5. A general order issued by the War De partment on the 2d announced the follow ing assignments: Major General J. M. Bcbofleld to tbe division of tb Atlantic; Major General J. H. Terry to the division of tiia Missouri; Major Orneral O. O. How ard to the division ot the Pad da THI EAST. The Connecticut Legislature bat passed a bill giving a pension of $400 annually to Mrs. Prudence Crandall Pbllleo, now of Kansas, who was mobbed in 1S34 in tb town of Canterbury, Conn., for instructing negroes. Mr. 8. L. Clemens (Mark Twain) offered to lease the farm where sb formerly lived and give bar the free use of ber old borne for life, but aba declined, preferring to remain in Kansas. W. C. Ackennan, wbo calls himself the "boy preacher" of Iowa, attempted suicide t the Grand Hotel, New Tork City, on th 2d by swallowing laudanum. He was in sensible when found by the porter, but was resuscitated. Letters which b bad written to friends and loft on a table in the room Indicated Urat bs was disappointed In lovs, gery poor aad partly danjented, - All differences between the 1,800 employes and the officers ot the Brooklyn (N. Y.) Railroad Company were settled on the 2d. The total imports ot dry goods at th. port of New York during the week ended th 2d were valued at $3,250,489, and tha amount thrown on the market at $2,272,521. Rev. William Hammond, of the Free Will Baptist Church, of Franklin, N. H., absconded on the 1st with $3,000 belong ing to a newly-wedded bride. Ha was ar rested In a Boston bank as ba was cashing tbe check. Frank Dangler, who is suspected of being on of the party that lynched "Mingo Jack" at Eatontown, N. J., March 8, waa arrested on the 4th. This makes tha third arrest In connection with tb affair. Mr. Davles, receiver of the firm of Grant & Ward, stated on tha 2d that neither Mr. Warner nor his wife can be found and that they have taken away with them all monies that Warner bad in safe deposit companies. Warner has also transferred whatever property hs had to hi wife, who has mort gaged everything to tta full value In order to prevent creditors from getting bold of it Mr. Davies isunable to serve any papers on Mr. and Mrs. Warner andean not therefore proceed to enforce the judgment of th ref eree. At Pittsburgh on th 8d Thomas Bolan, aged fourteen, and Harvey KcMurray, aged thirteen, became engaged in a scuffls for th possession of a pocket-knife. Mo Murray finally secured the knife and plunged th blade into Bolan's groin, mak ing a terrible wonnd, from which he bled to death in a tew minutes. McMurray was arrested. A Bcranton, Pa., dispatch of th 4th says that Grand Master Workman Powderly is in a precarious condition and will b un able to attend to any work for a long time. His physiolnns do not permit him to know what is going on in labor matters, and have given strict orders to allow no cor respondent to sea him. The semi-monthly special reports to th Rochester (N. Y.) Rural Jfomt of th 3d from 5,000 correspondents in all parts of the country, show a favorable outlook for tbe winter wheat crop. D. 8. Nlcklin, a nephew of Bartley Camp 111, the dramatist, was arrested at Pitta burgh on tb 3d, to await tb result of injuries which his wife claims be inflicted on her few days ago while returning home from a party. Th couple engaged in a dispute leading to a scuffle, during which Mrs. Nlcklin was knocked down, her bead striking a stone and producing con cussion of th brain, from which it is thought eh. can not recover. Tbe exchanges at twenty-six leading clearing houses throughout th country during th week ended tbe 8d aggregated f '.116,738,074, as against '.M5,785,7.V) the pre vious week. As compared with th cor responding week in 1885 the increase is 42.0 per cent Tbe schooner Annie Lord, which ar rived at Philadelphia on th 4th from Pardenos, bad an unusually rough passage. Her Captain reports that three men were swept overboard and drowned during a heavy galo. The weekly statement of th New York associated banks, Issued on tbe 8d, shows the following changes: Loans decrease, $0,352,000; specie decrease, $024,600; legal tenders decrease, $3,537,000; deposit de crease, $9,426,600; circulation decrease, $15, 500; reserve decrease, $805,750. Th banks held $12,787,203 in excess of twenty-fir per cent rule. William E. Sinclair, late treasurer of Barnum's show, absconded from New York a fow days agq with $6,500 of hi era rfer's money H UKWI.Td tofturv Pad to Canada? A man giving bis nam as Clifford, of Boston, attempted to steal $40,000 from a bank In Amsterdam, N. Y., on th 8d, but was caught in tb act WEST AND SOUTH. Tb contract for building the capltol of Colorado, has been awarded to W. D. Rich ardson, of Chicago, for $930,435. Work will begin at one. Thirty -six ostriches arrived at Galveston, Tex., on th 1st from Port Natal, Africa, consigned to th breeding farm of C. J. Sketehly, at I.os Angeles, Cal. At Springfield, O., on the 2d, Frank B. Jones pleaded guilty to embezzling over $17,000 from tbe Champion Machine Com pany, and was sentenced to ten yours in the pemteotinry. An oil tank in tb packinghouse of Swift & Co., at Chicago, blew up on the night of tb 2d, wrecking th building and probably fr tally injuring a workman named Reese. Loss $12,000. Judge John Baxter, ot Knoxvllle, Tenn., died at Hut Springs, Ark., on the 2d, after an Illness ot a few hours. lie was sixty four years old and was appointod by Presi dent Hayes in 18f7 to succeed Judge U. U. Emmons. Charles Stephens, embezsliug employ of tb Wilmington & Vermillion Coal Com pany, of Chicago, was on the 2d sen tenced to three years in th penitentiary. In tb Trumbull County (O.) Court of Common Pleas on th 2d John M. Smith, of Latimer, l., was awarded a verdict of $10,000 damages against tbe New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio Railroad Company, because tb latter bad failed to build a bridge and consequently bis land was de stroyed by water. The schooner J. II. Congdon was wracked off Point Reyes, forty miles north of Ban r rancisco, a tew days ago. Uor crew was lost An examinutlou of the wreck showed that she bad been cut almost in two, evi dently by a steamer or other craft going at a high rate of speed. It was feared th unknown vessel which collided with th schooner had also gone down with all on board. Tbe case furnishes a strong paral lel to tbe loss of th Oregon. Th Important litigation of Mrs. John Mclutyra, of Cleveland, O., vs. th Clark heirs, which Involved th New York, Penn sylvania & Pblo railroad and Erie St Pittsburgh railroad, has been compromised at Sharon, Pa. It was a suit in ejectment to recover a larg tract of land upon which part of Sharon stands. Tb matter ba been in litigation several years. Tb United BUtes grand jury at Ban Francisco have found indictments against eight prominent citizens of California for subornation of perjury in tb case of fraudulent entries of redwood timber land in Humboldt County, that State. Th names of three are Joseph Rasa, David Evans and Charles U. King, who collect ively represent $5,000,000 capital. Th names of th other Bv ar not yet known but they ar said to be all wealthy men. A Are brok out In. tbe rear portion of tha Planter's Hotel, at St. Louis, arly on th morning of th Sd. It was extinguished after burning out three rooms. AU tb guest escaped In safety, but thre girls named Kate Cassidy, Mary Burk and Mary Cooncy, employ of th bona or copying rooms on tha fourth floor, were suffocated by amok. J. C. Weber, well-known business man ot Cleveland, O., committed suicide on th Sd by banging himself to th stair banis rsin th hallway of his residence. De spondency, caused by continued ill-health, was the supposed cans. Dr. Orlando Wilcox, on ot th pioneers ot th Western Reserve, died at Cuyahoga Falls, O., on th Sd, aged eighty-four. H was the originator ot th first temperance organization founded in Ohio, and had don much for th oommon school system, horticultural and agricultural Interests In th State. . t r"s Ned Caldwell, a farmer living near Court nay, Tax., wal shot and killed on th 8d by Jam Benford, a farmer living in th earn vicinity. A' dispute over a yoke of oxen was th onus of the shooting. f ' , Within th last two months about thre thousand Chines have departed from San Francisco for thlr natlr land. ' ' ' Thomas X. Taylor, lata a member of th Utah Legislative Council and business manager of th Desert Newt, was arrested at Salt Lak City on tha 8d upon thre In dictment of unlawful cohabitation. Louis E. Dean, a Lak City counselor, was also arrested with two indictments of th same sort against him. Bail was fixed at $2,000 In each case. Prof. Foster, th Iowa meteorologist, pre dicts great storms throughout th United States during th last ten days in April, and says all shipping Interests, specially In th Northern States, should prepare to protect their property from heavy rains, high winds, floods, sleet snow and extreme weather on land, and from dangerous gales on th lakes and Atlantic coasts. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Japanese advices received at San' Fran cisco, Cal., on the 8Ut ult. state that a terrible accident occurred at a theater in Heromat, Japan, on February 2 The roof of th theater gave way under the weight of snow and fell upon the spectators. One hundred and fifty were seriously in jured or killed. An explosion of petroleum occurred on th 31st ult on board of a vessel at Bakka, Russia. The vessel was completely wracked, and th entire crew ot thirteen persons perished. Tb total number of rioters killed during tb recent labor disturbances in Belgium baa been ascertained to be twenty-six. Up to the 81st ult there had been. 2,500 persons arrested for connection with the riots In Belgium. Th receipt ot th Bel gian railways had fallen off one-half. Tb officers of th German army are ex pecting that war in th East is inevitable, and hundreds of them have mad applica tion to Prince Alexander, offering their services to Bulgaria in th event of a threat ened invasion by Russia into tbat country. Th richest silver or in larg bodies ever discovered in the United States has been struck in the Iron Hill mine, at Dead wood, D. T. Much of it assays 15,000 ounces to th ion. A fire-foot breast has been opened. Lite dispatches from Annatn report fresh massacres at th Catholic, missions in tbe province of Quang Bing. Th number of tb victims is said to be 448. The Lieutenant Governor of New Bruns wick has signed tb act passed by tha Leg islature of thatprovlnce conferring munici pal suffrage on women whojiaya certain amonntof taxes. A London dispatch of th 4th says body has been found in th Thames which corre sponds to th description of Mr. Russell Nouns, of New York, wbo has been missing for a month. Mr. Nourse left LanrfpAin March 8 foreiaivarpool wheV hriAmded to take th steamer Adriatic for New ! York. His luggage arrived at Liverpool, but it ha never been claimed. A reward of 100 was offered for bis discovery. Th condition of th body indicates foul play. Th donations to th fund that Is being raised for th establishment of a Pasteur institute at Paris now amounts to 510,879 francs. Prime Minister d Freycinet do nated 1,050 franca. LATER NEWS. I th Bnprem Criminal Court at Boston on th 5th, Mrs. Emma A. Colledg, who reoentey pleaded guilty to conspiracy to murder young Mrs. Mellen, was seutenoed to three years in tbe women's prison. Hon. William Edward Forstrh, M. P., for Bradford, and formerly Chief Secre tnry of Ireland, died at his town residence, nenr Bradford, England, on the 5th, where be has been en lined to his bed sim-e Feb ruary. He was sixty-eight years old. Rrrt'KKs from tha municipal ejections in Ohio on the 5th indicate the success of th Republicans in tbe cities of Cleveland, Cin cinnati and Dayton. At Cleveland the -entire Republican city ticket as elected by a small majority. Tbe City Council is Republican by a majority of two, and tha Board of Kducat ion stands eleven Demo crats to nine Republicans. The Repub licans of Cincinnati elected thelrclty ticket by a fuir majority. The shops of tb Lake Shore Foundry at Cleveland, O., located on Cam aveimo and used exclusively for the casting of water pipe, burned on the 5tb, coming a loss of ;l.i,O00. One hundred men are thrown out of employment Tin application of th counsel in th celebrated Nolan land grant can of Now Mexico for a rehearing was on the Alb de nied by the Secretary of the Interior, and 575,0m) acres are thus restored to tbe public domain. Tub issue of standard silver dollar from tbe mints during the week ended April 8, was $.'K,27. The Issue during the corresKnding period of last year was $173,4118, Till Carpenters' Union of Albany, N. Y., embracing over 000 journeymen, struck on tbe 6th. It is thought that unless the boss builders comply with their demands, all the Union men will be ordered out. ArriH the expiration of the morning hour In the Senate on the Mh Mr. Cockerell took tb floor in opposition to th Army Kfllclcnoy bill. Mr. Logan replied to Mr. Cockerell. defending the bill, after which the Senate went Into executive session Before the adjournment Mr. Howell gave notice that on Monday, tho IDIIi or April, he would call up the Kits-John Porter bill.... In the House, under the call of States for bill and resolut ons. Mr. Dlngloy offered a pre amble and resolution reciting the alleged re fusal of Canadian officers to permit the entry of United Htatea lishlng vossels to Caned an porta forth purpose of purchasing supplies or land fish caught In deep water for ship ment In bond to the I'nlted mates, and di recting the President to furn sh the House with any information In his possession rela tive tn exclusion of American nhlng vessel from the right to enter and trade In Cana dian porta as Canadianand other Mr tlsh ves sels are freely permitted to do In porta of the t'nlted Hutee; also to Inform the House what steps have been taken to br.ng these unwarrantable acta to the attention of th British (iovernment. Tho rules were then suspended and the Mexican pension bill was passed yeas IW, nays H. It Is pro vided In tbe bill that tho act shall not ap ply to persons under political disabilities, tinder a suspension of the rules the House then paused tbe Van Wyak bill for the relief of settlers and purchasers of lands on th Ruhlto domain In the Hlstcs of Kansas and ebraska (recently passed by th Senate), and soon afterward adjt urned. A CURIOSITY SHOP. Articles to B Found In tha Inqalrv Boom of a Largo Post-Omoe. IChloago News. . In th inquiry division ot th post-offios there 'are one hundred and seventy-two ar ticles awaiting ownara. They constitute th accumulation of two months. They come to the surface in the great mass of mail matter, without addresses, but often properly stamped. , Very few of them are rer claimed. They are eventually sent to Washington, where they are sold at auc tion. Samples of almost every thing tbat can he transported by the mails are to be fouud in this collection, and many of them tell a domestio story. Those articles which are most numerous ar handkerchiefs, stockings, photographs of women, tidies, patchwork, caps, mittens, thimbles, etc. The manner in which moat of these article are sent to the poet-offlo show tbat tbey came from a woman's hands. Many large packages are tied with sewing thread, and in many instances the address is written on a piece of paper, which is pinned to th package. This becomes lost and th pack age goes to ths inquiry office. . ' As the seasons ot the year change, so does the character of the articles in the In quiry office. More woolen socks find theli way there in the winter than In the sum mer and mora toys after Christmas than after th Fourth of July. Th Inquiry of fice, also, indicates what is the latest nov elty in domestio life. Any small article at female attire found there la sura to be of the latest style. A fifteen puzzle, received last week, is the first one seen In three years, and Indicates a fresh outbreak of the craze. A year ago crazy quilts were plenty, but tbe stock Is low for this month. Among the novelties now on band in the department are a snake's rattle and a dried star-fish In one package; a bayonet an air gun, some vaccine points and a duck call. This ear trumpet is perhaps a present to an old Chicago lady, from a friend who visited her during the winter and had trouble in talking with hor. Here is in one package a pair of baby shoes, a pair of baby stock ings, a toy rabbit and a tidy. This is a present to some Chicago baby and mother from grandma, wbo lives down in tbe country somewhere and who is wendoring why Mary Ann does not acknowledge their receipt Where baa this package of Christmas cards been stranded since the holidaysl The Chicago young man wbo should have received this cigar-case and this embroidered and band painted pair of suspendors on his birthday will think that bis best girl has forgotten hi in. Here is a railroad ticket from Chi cago to a distant point The young man wbo shonld have received it is now stop ping on alternate railroad ties. Thee ball frizzes and waves are "just too lovely for any thing. Every body in New York wears tbem, and as soon as I get back horn I will Bend you some by mail." A Chicago girl is thinking that her New York cousin is a "real mean thing" to promise her the friz zes and then not send them. And here is Noah's ark, with Noah himself and all of his family and all the animals; and packed into the ark with tbem is a pretty set of doll's dishes. Two little hearts are mourn ing for this package. Mother received the letter from big sister three week ago, say ing she bad mailed th ark and th ani mals and th dishes, and mother told Billy and Nellie all about it, and they have bin wondering ever since when their presents will come. Only one package baa been received at the inquiry office for month which was not detained. Thia package was evidently mailed to a Chicago taxidermist It con t'ljned dead Jack-jinlp and a pail, of rab bit's ears. Tbe gentleman who mailed tbe snipe forgot to send along a quantity of chloride of lime, and when it arrived here, without an address, It was thrown into Dearborn street A BLISSFUL PAIR. Two Hearts That tteat aa One ba Perfect Contentment. Evansvllle (Ind.) Journal. 1 On Main street spectators enjoyed a seen worth witnessing. A gawky fellow and hit lass, probably from th verdant re gions, strutted up tbe street arm in arm, apparently as contented as a Juns bug is when lie smiles serenely npon tb coquet tish grasshopper of the feminine persua sion. A ripple of bappiness played upon thoir countenances that was pleasing to tbe eyes of a criticising public. She showered artful glances upon him, while be recijiro cuted tbo compliment by tickling her un der the jaw ever and anon. Their attifa was a style which is almost wholly a stran ger to this section of civilization. His bat in its younger days was of the plug strie, may be, but as age settled upon it boles ap peared and rips were noticeable. It looked as though some one bod used it for a mat tress; aside from this bis hair was visible from a crevice in tbe side. His coat resem bled a flag tbat had seen four years' ser vice iu tbe late war and bad since boon used as feather renovat or; bis pantaloon legs were prob ably tbe same length when made, but one bad shrunk considerably and tbe other looked like it bad bocn telescoped in a rail way accident and luudcd several inches above bis ankle; sunset patches adorned tbe pantaloons, and otherwise they pre sented a queer Sw tucle. One large toe was squeezed through a hole in tbe loft shoe; bis feet spread out on tbe floor lik bam sandwiches. ' The young lady wore a small straw bat on the top of her cranium, on which bloomed a patch of arlillclul (lowers. She wore bangs. But tbe kind I Gracious 1 gracious I they were the queerest specimen ever seen. Yellow In color, straight as a shingle and of different lengths, they fell over her fore bead like driftwood in a slow tide. A rod collar, with a green ribbon, was wrapped around her neck. Tbe dress was a Mothor Hubbard, with a XXX-flour patch on ths bustle; it struck bor brogan shoe-tops and flopped carelessly in the wind. He was eating crackers from one hand ; in tbe oth er was a loug link of healthy looking Bo logna sausage, which he and his girl would ravenously gnaw. She was engaged in nibbling a hunk of squashy-looking cheese. Every now and then she would take a bite, then he, and thus they went along'ln per. feet contentment, so far as tbe world was concern ud. A Cas of Harden vs. PbAwlek. Hartford Time. The breach of promise snit In Stafford Springs of Mrs. Bardell against John Lnd wick, which was thought to have fallen through, waa revived recently, and was tried before Judge Harris and a jury. Tbe jury were out less than flv minutes, and. brought In a verdict of three thousand dol lars damage for the plaintiff. When the verdict was being given Ludwlck was furi ous, and at the finish jumped to his feot and shouted to tbe court i "1 won' I pay on josh darned cent" .: PROCLAMATION! I will sell my large stock of ( BOOTS aud SHOES for the next THIRTY1 DAYS AT COST! And I mean just what I say. I will also sell my large stock of CLOTHINGatgreat- ly REDUCED PRICES. The merchant tailor ing department will be conducted by Mr. A. J. Klecka. &. BOWMAN, Wellington, O. GREEN mm improves with age while ROAST ED COFFEE loses its AROMA, absorbs water and grows worth less; hence FRESH ROASTED COFFEE is always stronger and finer flavored. We are the only dealers that roast coffee in this part of the country, and that is the reason our coffee is so cele brated. We are sole agen&, in Welling ton, for C. S. Maltby's Old Relia ble Brand of . BALTIMORE OYSTERS. They are shipped to usdirectfrom the packers at Baltimore in such auantities tbat we can furnish lera at wholesale or retail, at as low prices ns they can bo brought from tho city. We InvitH everybody o cull und look nt our bright, new slock of iinixirtod glut, ware in Ambcrinii, Huby und various otlt or cob m. Ii is dazzling and encliuntin?. After seeing It you ore nevr intfofled until you buy. New liiickwlieiit Hour, fresh craekers, confectionery, the liest canned goods in the State of Ohio, and everything belong lug to a Urocery aud Croekcry store kept on hand ns usual. Also the best lime, ce ment, plaster jiaris, jilusterinjr liuir and salt at BOWLBY & HALL. 1CA1CD8. Tim rotxown iTaTinwsn mtmiiwt of aw frrTSiMPLK Pack or 60 ) UtOi IDirnnrsT sttixh or Class, f ' ' ( irf tmi imm MS srtaMS m la) smcuoa. to UMM m ronYT ritl SiW Tilt M. J auk. 01 frlaafe to mmi with to ml WUIka mwat witi U kl Nil Auto frspk Alba. Ira. J. 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A j-a Tana Kav Saaaidaa PraaaaLtto. E. f JUua, MorUifant, Owa K7v pof 5 obIsaIX Hrufitrf NaUI Siivc "VI I with oaM OB, a, Saaiplaa aa. Tarma 40. J J CagwS film Co., Harlhrard, OA 1 K ALIUai aad Haw Saaploa loo. SwpU HJl k J vita. asllH. V WunnsLB Co., Haar llio, CI TttrirTnu Sa wifca nunt to ibwnrti II paxtwlais aa4 aaraaala( oatat at aiDU SAjra fljautt (ar 1 a. M)mp. HoTAI. Caaa Co,,Wortfard; Ooaa, tVAlT lrra Nal'u Wuota lOaiTb KaU. UVaaSSIao Cant Warlra, Mart BrMforS, Ok WSaaultaoalMa. a4 Uua ISA, SIA tlla 014 lUu ass M-o aaaaplaa, Corneal do satisfied. 3 ' WBKLINS & LAKE E&IE Mimi TIME TABLE In Effect January 18. 1880. OSMTRAL STANDARD TIMS. EASTWARD. No6 No"7"FWo9No"i a. m p. ni p. m. a. m Tol.do Oak Harbor,.,, Krassout Cljrd. , Belli) vq Monroevlll. .... Morwallc Wellington CrMton Orrrllls Orrrille , Masaillon Narr .'.. "","! Vailer Janction 7 45 8 44 fl 07 e m v .18 9 57 10 1H 11 Oi 11 IW IS HO 1 ti I 47 8 0.1 II 18 a Si o uu 6 65 6 IH at 4' 7 0H 7 IW 8 00 10 45 1 85 1 50 8 an 8 15 8 00 8 &! 4 40 p. tn is 10 1) 46' 8 48 19 401 110 001 6 00 tl 41) tl 40 8 55 7 80 1 50 8 80 8 55 9 10 i m 1 iiU 5 MH 401 8 50 40 1 351 051 55! 2 8 50 7 05 7 IN 7 83 7 45 on, 50 80 U 10 Now Cumberland.. onemxiavme I.oesvlllo .,,.(..,; Bowerston Caual Dover , N.vr Coro.rstowa... Cambridge Mackiburg Marietta I 40 I Sal Ar 38 8 7 4 m 10 7 40 800 8 47 B 45 II 88 Is 511 Too- 8 47 9 45 11 88 U 50 p m. Ar . m. p. m WE8TWAKD. No 8 No JNo 4 j'oJ a. m p. m. a. m. a. m. Marietta Lv 6 SO 80 Macksburg ' 7 K5 8 ii Cambrldxa 8 54 5 811 New Comeratowa 9 48 t HO Canal Dover 10 88 8 55 Uowurnion ,. 9 45 Too 8 JO Leu vl lie .; 9 58 4 80 6 88 Nherrodsvlll. 10 15 6 00 6 45 New Cumberland 10 85 8 85 7 00 Vailer Junction 11 15 7 45 7 es Navarre 11 68 8 1H 7 57 p. m. Masslllon 18 80 8 85 8 18 Orrvllle Ar 1 10 9 15 H Ml " I.v 1 iif 10 1ft 8 m Creston Lv 1 57 10 45 ft 8J Wellington 8 45 11 88 10 10 Nor walk I 89 14 111 11 7 85 a. m Monnievillo 8 47 18 85 11 87 7 87 Itelluvuo 4 04 11 M 7 68 p. 111. Clyde 4 18 18 10 8 08 Krelliout 4 H5 18 3) 8 85 Osk ilurhor 4 58: 18 Vi 8 48 Tnledo Ar 8 55' 1 65 9 45 I 87 J MOKWALK UtTKON. 80 I 88 p. m. a. m. p. m. 9 15 8 88 8 45 8 10 nil 11 411 Ar Huron Lv 6 85 6 88 8 58 6 47 5 85 6 15 11 85 II 10 10 45 ...Fries Lauding. . Mllmi Lv. ..Norwalk Ar' 7 15! CONNECTIONS, Tuiedo With all lines entering tha city. Frcmonl-With L. K. A W. K. R. Clvde-.WIth I. B. A W. H. R. Bdluvae-Wltk N. Y. C. at Hu L. R. B. Moiiroevllle-Wlth B. A O. It. K. Wellington-With C, C, C. A I. Rr. Crestnu-Witk N. Y.. P. A O. H. K. Orrville-Witb C, A. A 0. B. R. and P. Ft. W. A C. K. R. Mssslllon-WlthP.,rt.W. A C. R. R. and C, T V A W R H Vsilcy Jnnctloii With Vsller R. R. Csnal Dover-Wlth C. A P. R. R. and C, T V. A W. H. R. Ncwcomrrstown With P., C. A St. L. R. R. (mbndne-Wlth B. A O. R. R. Point Plesssnt-Wlth W. C. A M. R. R. UsrietU-Wllh M.4C.R.H. This road la now open through from Toledo to Bowerstown, connecting with the Pennsylvania Hyutem for all points East. TIIHOttOU CAB eSXVICf. Betwevn Toledo, Camhriilge snd Slarlctts. " " and Bowerstown. " 14 and Akron, Youngstown, and " Plttsburcn. " Chicago, Akron, Youngstown and Pitts burgh. M. D. WOODFORD, JAJ1K8 M. n ALL, Gen 'I Manager. Ocn'l Pass. Ag't. PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS VIA T1IK Bee-C.,G.,C.&l-LiiiB RAILWAY, TO ALL POINTS EAST, Tha only Una with elegant through ear service directly Into , -Te-w Tcrlz City, AXD THS ONLY LINE TO BOSTON With Through Sleeping Cars. FAST EXPRESS TKAINS DAILY I AU flrst claaa ticket to point. East ar good Tta Niagara Falls! And tickets of Ilk. claaa to NEW YORK cid be exchanged, without ftdltlonl cost, fur plraKftnt trip Down the Hudson River! I'pon due notice to tbe Conductor before reaching BEE LINE WEST. The only line running solid trains to the Mississippi River THROUGH SLEEI'KIIS AXD COACHES To St.Xo-u.lj! Direct connections In I'nlon Depots for all Points In the West and Pacific Coast I O. M. BKACII, O.B. SKIVSKIt, . Oeuerul MunaKer. Traffic Manager. A. J. bMllll, Oi-ueral Paaaengir Aireut. C'LBVBLAXD, OLIO. $1 13 "WEEKS The POLICE GAZETTE will he mslled, securely wraiiped, to sny sildn-as la tbe Dulled BUtcs for three months, on receipt of ONE DOLLAR. I,lbr1 dlawvjunt alluwirdto pottmaiUira, Afenti and Clui. b in pit cuile mailed frwo. AddruM all orderi to RICHARD K. FOX, Fbamkur 8juabr, N. Y. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds, Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. Garden Seeds. IN BULK, AT THE In "Union" there is strength I TEN-CENT STORE i ) .