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'"'V ' WELLINGTON iCNTEltl WEDNESDAY; JUNE 9, 1886. V ) i ' i-'i. i f . .' , I r 7 j THE ENTERPRISE. J. B. SMITH, Proprietor. WELLINGTON, OHIO. ' General News Summary. Interesting Home and Foreign Nevra CONGRESSIONAL. kfltNAT:, June 1 The session to-day ni occupied until adjournment la consideration of the Northern Paclflo Land Forfeiture bill House. Disouislon of the Oleomargarine, bill was concluded In Committee of thi Whnln. An amendment waa avreed to. strik ing out the clause which provides that half of the fines and penalties Imposed by the aot shall o to Informers. The committee then rnu and renortpd the bill to the )use with the understanding that a Tote should bs taken on the ad. and the House adjourned. Senatk, June 8. Tht bill Indemnifying; ths Chinese for losses sustained In the Rook Pprlngs (Wyoming;) riot was taken up, and af tor a somewhat lonirthy debate was passed. Hons.. The House rosumed consideration of the Oleomargarine bill. An amendment by Mr. Hatch, of Mlesoun, was agreed to. rreeu hi, Several fixing the tax at five cents a pound. other amendments were offered and rejected, and the hill was then pasted yens 177, nays nil. The bill as missed contains tho follow Ing features: llutter Is defined to be a food product marts exclusively from milk or croam, or both, with or without common salt, and with or without additional coloring matter. Oleomargarine Is denned as "all stil.siancps made of oleomargsrlucolco.oloo margarine oil, hntterlno, larulne, suelno and neutral: all mixtures and compounds of olrminnrurnrlne. nlro. oleoinftrirHi-ino o I. but tenne. lurdine. sneine und neutral: all lard extract and tnllow oxtrnct; mid all mix- lilrre anil cnmiinnndrt of tH ow. href flit. nu't, lurd oil, vegetable oil, nnnnto and other coloring matter, Intestinal fat and olTal fat made in Imitation or semblance of butter, or. when so made, mlculaicd or Intended to be sold u butter or for butter." It provides fort lie imposition of speeliil taxes us fol low; On iiiuiiufHOtiireis, t'iri; on wlmloc'ilo dealers, tm; on retail dealers, fix. The et'Stmg Internal revenue laws, io far as aH pllcablo, are made to applv to these special taxes Penult'es are In. posed en any person who shall deal In oleomargarine wuhntit paying the special tax. l'rov.slon Is maile for the proper stamping and labeling of every package of oleomargarine. A tax of five rents a pound Is Imposed on all oleo margarine iminiifnctured and sold, and a penalty Is prescribed for the purchase or re ception for sale of olcomnrgarlne not branded 'or stamped accord lug to law. PiitATi, June 4.-Aftor routine business the Senate took under consideration tho Consular and Diplomat o Appropriation bill, which was discussed during the remainder of the session. House. Among the bills Introduced and referred was one ntr Mr. Iloittslle. of Malne. relatlng to the duties on tlsh. It repeals and strikes from the free list the paragraphs pro viding for tho free Importation of ''tlsh fresh for Immediate consumption," "flxh founds or fish bladders, fish tongues, nod sounds, hake sounds, fish skins, and shrimps or other shell nun" The House went Into rommlttee of the Whole on the Legislative, Judicial and Appropriation bill, and soon after adjourned. fit K atx. June 5. The resolution of Mr. Ingalls was laid before the Senate, calling on the Secretary of the Interior for Information as to the authority for the Issuance of the recent order of the Commissioner of the General Land Office suspending the receipt of applications for puMIe land under the pre empt on. timber culture and desert land acta. After a warm discuss on. In which Messrs. Ingalls aad Cockerell were the pHn cipal participants, the resolution wss agreed to. Toe Oleomargarine till being brought from the House, the question of Its refer ence was postponed to await the return of Mr. Miller, chairman of the Committee on Agriculture, who Is not expected to be pre. .em ror arewaays. Alter passing m private pension bills the Senate adjourned. Horan The Senate bill for the erection of public building at Eaaeavtlle, o.. tit paaewL with an amendment rednolng the tit s zaneaviiie. .. waa i illation -from ln.0ii) to tVXl&L' ' The, I'aolflu liailnytfUjMtnartnr-CTi'l was then csllediip. em gsve re to an animated d a. i.TirT?.rTi friends and opponents il In. saiMure, An amendment offered by sir Holinnn was a.kipted. Increasing from forty to arty per rent, the amount of the net earnings required to be paid In the sinking fund In case the companies refuse to accept the provisions of this act Without reaching vote on the bill the House adjourned. WASHINGTON. About live hundred telegrams congratu lating the President on his marriage were received at the White Houea on the 8d. They Include messages from ex-President Arthur, Mis. Grant, Ministers Pendleton and Phelps and many public men through out the country. Socrotary Manning's letter of resigna tion, dated May 20, and the President's reply nnder dnto of June 1, were made public on the 4th. The Preiilent requests the Secretary to accept a If ave of absence until October 1, ami asks that final conclu sion upon acceptance of the resignation rnay be deferred until the effect of con tinued rest and freedom from official car upon Mr. Manning's condition may be better tested. It is .understood that Mr. Manning has acquiesced In the President's request Anting Secretary Fail-child on tne 4th telegraphed an ordor to the Collector of Customs at Key West, Fla., releasing the Bpanish schooners Paco .and Isabella, recently seised for alleged violation of the customs laws. The Chinese Indemnity bill passed by the Senate on the 3d antborlzes the President to ascertain the actual losses sustained by Chinamen by the riot at Rock Springs, Wy. T., In Septembor 1885, and to pay the same The amount appropriated by the bill for the purpose is $ 1 50,000. John Uiltz, lata president, and Charles E. Prentiss, late cashier of the German American National Bank, convicted of ranking false entries In the books of the bank, were on the 5th sentenced to five years' Imprisonment each, but the execu : tion of the sentence was defen-od for a time. THI CAST. The Are losses for May, In the United States ami Canada, as estimated by the New York Commercial LulMtn, foot up, 97,000,000, or $1,000,000 less than the Hay average for many years. There were 148 fires of $10,000 and more, only eight of which exceeded $10,000. So far in 188S the aggregate fire losses foot up about $44,150, 4X10 which Is somewhat more than for the corresponding period In 1885. James Casey, a retired railroad con tractor and millionaire, died at Erie, Ps-, on the 3d. He bad been Identified with the Lullding of nearly all the principal rail roads of the Middle States, as well as that of the Welland Canal, and enjoyed national repution on account of bis many munifloeut situ to the Roman Catholic Church. - Arrangements bare been perfected by the leaders of the Salvation Army of New 'Hampshire to hold a grand assembly of .Salvationists at Weir's Bridge, that State, commencing June 21 and continuing tea daTf. General Anson G. McCook, Secretary of ,1be United Bute Senate, waa married at )Nw York atf on the M so Miss Katharine (McCook. Of SteubanTlllS, O. -.,,' . , r T. B. Reed baa been renominated for 'Congress by the Republicans of Portland, Iff- J. B. Morian has presented the Hartford I (Conn.) Orphan Asylum a fund of 134,000 In four per cant bonds as a memorial of hls mother, who was one, of the managers. Business failures reported throughout the country during the seven days ended the 4th number for the United States 100 and for Canada 27, or a total of 187, as com pared with a total of 181 the previous weok. At Reading, Pa., on the th Frank Stable, aged 19, ihot hit brother Charles, aged twenty-one, three times, inflicting fatal wounds. He then shot himself In the head and will also die. The quarrel waa about a statement by Frank that Charles bad In terfered In bis affairs. The total imports of dry goods at the port of New York during the week ended the 4th was valued at 11,297,034, and the amount thrown on the market at 11,233,942. The breaker of the Alaska colliery at Mount Carmel, Fa., was totally destroyed by fire onothe 5th, together with the saw mill and valuable lumber. Loss $100,000. Five hundred men employed in the mine will be idle until November in conseqnence. Charles ZabeL who was shot by his broth er Frank at Reading, Pa., a few days ago, died on the Cth. Just before death he was married to Miss Salome Reeser, to whom he had been for some time engaged. The chances are that the murderer will die from his self-inflicted injuries. Fully twenty thousand people partici pated in the annual reunion of the Amal- D-Amntcd Association of Iron and Stool Workers at Beaver, Pa on the 5th. During the week ended the 5th the ex changes at thirty of the leading cleariug bouses throught the country aRgregatod fcS(W,417,783, against a total of IM7,0S7,W3 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week of 1SS5 the increase amounted to 15.5 pnr cent. The Ship Chiova, lying at Greenpotnt, N. Y., and loaded with 50,000 cans of kero sene, burned on the Cth. Estimated loss about 1 100.000. The weekly statement of the New York associated banks, issued on the 5th, Bhows the following changes: lleserve doorcase, Jl,70J,oa: loans increase, $1,2S3,M0; specie decrense, 12,077,800; legal tenders increase, $1(10,000; doposlts decreaso, $058,300; circu lation decrease, $29,500. The banks hold $12,01)7,975 In excess of the twenty -five per cent rule. A fire at Scottdale, Pa., on the night of the 4th destroyed eight business houses. A number of other buildings were torn down to stoD the progress of the flames. Total loss about $20,000, with light insurance. The fire was caused by the explosion of a lamp iu the bands of a little girL who is missing, and it is believed she has perished In the flames. While John O. Gordon and trt other young men were sailing on the Merrimac river at Lowell, Mass. , on ths 0th the boat was upset. All escaped sara Gordon, who did not come to the surface. While parties were searching tor the body Alfred Mont. fen-end, aged fourteen, fell from a sailboat and was drowsed. The work of the Pennsylvania Bolt and Nat Company, at Lebanon, Fa., the largest of their kind tn the country, ' were de stroyed by lira on the 6th. Four large brick balldingi with tbeir contents were burned, nulling a loss of 1150,000; folly covered bf lnsuraaoe. . i-. WEST AND SOUTH. A large numbe of prominent Cfilghta of Labor at Milwaukee, Wis., have been ar rested in (raaaoe..f JmdioraseirW Iati JJpsrrenriyurjr kavtnf Unar copsiaera- - - . r ' Hon the racial labor riot ra that city. Of these, two are charged, with ' rioting and the others' are held for conspiracy, tha of fense being boycotting. Tha entire dis trict executive board is included in the ar rest. Ball was ftxed at $5,000 for the riot ers and $1,000 for the eoniplratoas. All se cured bait v Oeneral S. H. Hurst, the Ohio Dairy and Food Commissioner, has appointed Henry Taloott, of Ashtabula County, as assistant for Northern Ohio. Marchand't Opera House at Alliance, O.. a four-story brick structure eighty feet square, foil with a crash on the 2d, and h a mass of mlns. About a dozen people were In tho building at the time, but no one was Hl'o l. Loysnlwnt $30,000. 1 '.:.;-o r,-;'ht house of the Vandalla in:'.:, u i in St. Louis, 111., was burned tu t'..f niyU of Ihe2d. One of the special ol!1-: ts -.f tVtj road, who gave testimony bi-for.- V.t-.' Con ;,flfcsionnl committee regard- ii.: '.'no lul.., was fired at twice as he was cnt'-iv.i tbo building to save property, but u. unl.iu t. l.o J $75,000. The origin of the fire is n mvtrT. rinnnn l Wallu;-e, candldato for auditor of Owen County. Jnd., ts reported short in bis accotr.risnni'ii.lilerof the Exchange Bank of Spencer to (lie amount of $20,000. The bank 1-iik bi'oiiKbt suit to recover. John Stevens, a mulatto, was arrested near Muskogee, L t on tne aa coargea with the murder of the Pyle family in Cherokee Nation a few days ago. The evidence against him was conclusive and he was committed for trial. A dispatch from Louisiana, Mo., says gold has been discovered within one mile of that city on a tract of land belonging to Samuel Kirn a. A sample of the ore wag sent to the assay office at Den. er, Col., and a cert Ideate has been re turned showing It valued at $8 per ton- gold $7, silver II. Jacob Bolander, an Inmate or the sum mit County (0.) Infirmary, suicided on the 4th by jumping from the second story window, forty feet from tha ground. He was dead when picked np. At Boonville. Ind., on tha 4th John B. Gentry and Dr. Agee engaged in political discussion, resulting In a quarrel, during which Gentry cut Agee'g throat. The lat ter died In five minutes. Gantry wss a Democrat and Agea a Republican. The murdered man was brother of tbt Lieuten ant Governor of Nebraska. The Van Wert (O.) National Bank re ceived on the 8d, by United Btatei Express from tha Union National Bank of Cincin nati, a package purporting to contain $10,000, but when opened was found to be filled with cotton, pasteboard and railroad advertising bills. The matter Is being In vestigated by Superintendent Cone, of the United States Express. Tha evidence Is conclusive that the package waa tampered with while In transit by an employe of the company. The frnitcrop throngbontOhio Is reported to be the largest In the history of the Bute. Cherries and strawberries are drug on the market The former were retailing on tha streets of Cincinnati on tha 5th at tha rata of three quarts for Ova oenta. Small fruits of all kinds are abundant Tht wheat crop never looked better and prom isee an enormous yield. A generone rainfall throughout tha In terior of Texas on tha 4th broke (ha pre vailing drought and averted a water fam ine. The United Btatee grand jury at Seattle, W.T., has found Indictment against tes leaders of the recent anti-Chinese riots ii that oitr. In 1U report tha grand Jury alleges that convincing evidence bas beei laid before it of tha existence throaghoul the oountry of a treasonable otganliatlos known as th "Red American International Workingman'i Association," : which il essentially anarchical In theory and prao tioe. Th main articles of its ' creed art arson, robbery and murder, and its pro claimed purpose is the overthrow of out Government and the erection upon it ruins of a so-called Socialistic common wealth. The Paciflo coast has been selected as the most favorable ground for the in auguration of the movement, and the Chinese question Is made the pretext and cover for th treasonable operations of this band of Socialists. J. G. Schaupp's Planet roller mill, at Grand Island, Neb., was destroyed by fir on th 5th, together with an adjoining ele vator. This was one of the finest mills in the State. Loss $90,000; insurance $18,000. The trial of W. H. Lennox Maxwell fol the murder of C. Arthur Preller ended at St Louis on the 5th with a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree. A motion has been made for a new trial. Two Seminole Indians, who committed a brutal assault on a lady at Sacred Heart Mission, a few days ago, were taken from lall at Red Forks. L T.. on th 5th and hanged bv Indians. The large lumber yards of the Diamond Match Company, Stanhllber, Amos & Co., and the Oahkoah Match -Comnanv. at Osh- kosh, Wis., were destroyed ly"Bro on the 5tb, entailing a total loss or $:tO,000. The safe of the Frankfort Lottery Com panyin Louisville, Ky., was robbed by burglars of $1,500 in money and jewelry and papers to the value of $1,500 more on the night of the 5th. The Chicago Anarchists, Sam Fielden, Atlolph Fishor, George Engol, Louis Linng, August Spies and Michael Schwab, indicted by the grand jury for murder, were taken before Judge Rogers at Chicago on the 5th to plond to the charge. Captain lllnck, tbeir counsel, entered a plea of not' guilty on behalf of each of the prisoners, and tbey were remanded for trial. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. There were thirty-two new oases of chol era and twelve deaths from the disease at Venice on the 2d. The French Chamber of Deputies, by a vote of 290 to 250, he agreed to consider the repeal of the law of 1802 regulating the relations of Church and State. . The steamer Siberian, seven days over due, and for whose safety great fears were entertained, arrived at St Johns, N. F., on the 2d. Her Captain report that when th fog which delayed th vessel lifted, th steamer was surrounded by sixty huge Ice bergs and was within one hundred feet of an enormous to mountain. All are well. The Gulf is reported as being on Held of lc. . Canvassers have obtained th names of 1,200 volunteers tn th Cookstowa district, Tyrone County, who are ready to join an Ulster army to resist Horn Rule tn Ireland. A dispatch of th 2d from Ottawa, Can., ays th Minister of Jostle has granted a warrant of extradition in the case of Martin Van Fleet, ex-Treasurer of Huron County, O., who Is now Incarcerated In th Brant Coanty jail. He was ooirHoted of forgery and of uttering forged parer la th dtv of Norwalk. O. ' '-f ' ' Tb Dominion OovramA-3-t j the aoTDOrt duty on pine ll -- -a Ki tat I U fat TtMrkcm Vorkcm iw hft AAA . A M ! Private advice received at Re' ths 3d from Colon state that yello Is now epldemlo on th Isthmus. The average dally number of deaths from this disease alone is stated to be about forty. In the raid of the Apaches at Magdalen, Max., recently, In which George Sheppard, an American, was killed, nine other per sons were also slain. A Vienna dispatch of th 6th report the destruction by fir of the town of Bote, Hungary. Three hundred house war burned and three lives were lost IVsAXKR NEWS. Earlt on th morning ot th 7th fir broke ont in th cellar of th f rtm tene ment hous Ko. 783 Canal street, Chicago, and that and th adjoining hotu. war soon nTeloped In flames. Lii;bt ) arsons were smothered or bnrnod to drsth befor they could be rescued, four of whom wer children ranging fn m eleven years to thre weeks old. Th lire was tha work of an incendiary. Gladstone's Horn Rule bill was dofeated on th second reading in th English IIous of Commons on th 7th by a rot ot S41 to 811. A boimh tn th Renssolner rail mill at Troy, N. Y., srplod ed on th 7th, instantly killing Michael Dumrorth and fnUlly In' Juriug Patrick Oaynor. Elffht other per sons wer hurt but will recorer. Th mill bad just resumed operations afUr bains; idles two years. RlT. JOBN WlLLIAMSO NlVIX, R.D. LU D., dlsd at Incaster, Pa., on th 6th at th (t of eiirlity-tbre. He was president ot the Franklin and Marshall ColLffS from iiw to irti. Biz miners wor badly burned by an explosion of gas in the Mineral Rpring colliery at Wilkesharre, Fa., on the 7th. The Injuries ot John Reese and Patrick Joyce are considered fatal, and those of th other are eery serious. Tlis men had entered th mln carrying naked lamps, after th fire boss bad notified them that all was safe. A CasadiaX Pacific train, while crossing an iron bridge near Pembroke, Out, on the 7th, left the track and plunged Into the mer. forty feet below. Conductor v ui- At the Bt Louis races on the 7th th stand occuDled bv th nress representative sud denly collapsed and fell with acraab. car rying dowu the occupant and crushing those standing underneath. Charles Dyer, of the Hi. lxuil Miwoiifan, was iineo, su.i several others seriously Injured, among them Charles Osborne. Associated Press Agent, and Joseph B. McC'nllough, man aging editor of the Glvbt-Dimoerat. Bitwbih sixty and one hundred parson war poisoned by eating lc cream at church festival in Bomsrvill, Mass., fw days ago. No serious cases are reported. Th ie cream cam from a well-known oaterer, who believe that it was tampered with after leaving bis establishment. ' Amu a lengthy debet the Benataoath Ttb referred th Oleomargarine bill to th Committee ns Agriculture tr a vote of at to II. .-..in tn House-, en motKm of Mr. Cobb, th rule were suspended and kill repealing the pro-emptlon, tlinner oulture and desert landanta psaaed jreaa WX. nays Among the bills Introduced waa one by Mr. Miller, of Tvxas. appropriating as.Oiin.OiiO anmialtr for ten years to SMure m iwneats or xre common school education to canor.n i.n the area of nine and elrhteen rear. Woroenoy ta to h paid tn any Hterse that doe not maintain by Its own rands f re ffosmaan ii,kis in eeoh annual d alii at for at tei two months In every yr. Mr. TulbW,' of Kentucky offered a resolatton ealltng - up a iha Beoretary of ta Treaeury fprtnfeeasauoa as to whether aapolntmaat to Us ol amv service In hrs department her. Lees ma slo January W, ImBJcwhen ths 'appointees not Km a oarsiAad for annlntaiMP by tbe Civil bWrvIo Coiasalaaloa. Th Arthur Kill Bridge bill wag passed unanlnMual. TXkezzz SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR For all Diseases of the LIw, Sidneys, Stomach and Spleen. Thli purely vegetable pre. K ration, now so eeieonwta imily Medicine, originated in t' e South in lt)8. It aAs Sently oa the Bowels and .ldneys and corrects the attloa of the Liter, and ii, them- fore, the best preparatory medicine, whatever tne Mea nest auy prove to be. Ia all common dlieaiea It will, un audited by any other audi cine, effect a speedy eur. Aa isffleaclous Remedy.-" I ten reconv send as ea efticecieut remedy for aU dueeeee of tha Liver, Heedeche and Drjpepeia, Simmons Liver Regulator." Lawn O. WuNoaa, Auitunl Poit Bwier, Philadelphia. No lose of time, no Inter ruption or stoppage of business, while uking the Regulator. Children complaining of Colic, Headache, or Hlok Stomach, a teetpoonful or mors will give relief. If taken occasionally by pa tients exposed to MALARIA, will expel the pobon and pujtect them from stuck. A pnvsiciAir opinion. I hive been practicing medicine for twenty years, and have never been able to put up a vegculils compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regu lator, promptly and effectively move the Liver to action, end at the same time aid (instead of weak eninc) the digestive and assimilative powers of the system. L. fa. Hihtoh, M. D., Washington, Ark. 8EE THAT YOU SET THE 6E.1CINK. raiPAaan BV J. H. Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. a S.t- a - J f.V.-.!: Kit? i .'VVesKcll.r When you have occasion to buy another SUIT OP CLOTHES or OVERCOAT, for yourself or boys, sea that the above label is oa the coat, and you will secure the BEST FITTING;, BEST WEARING and BEST LOOK ING CLOTHING MADE. 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Piaaii.ia.Oepa if ivntMi "btummrmrrtrrJ. asaass.al anaeMW asjca Medical Disp 9 325 Superior St., Cleveland, Dr. Bleo trflHW the moat malignant forms Salt Rheum, Syphilis, Rheumatism, Esuzo.ma, Elepliantlasls.Cauker of the Mouth, Throat and Stomach, Catarrh, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Paralysis, Consumption of the Lungs, lleart Disease, Dyspepsia, Organal Weakness, Nervous Debility, Stricture and Varicocele. Organ nl Weakness, which Is the scourge class or nation, but is universal. The greatest scientists of the ages have heeu cek'ng for the most eilectlve remedies with Is no department or meiiicine tnat ns received sucn study aim investigation, ana no system uf treatment litis been so perfected as this. ORG ANAL WEAKNESS 18 THE CAUSE OF INSANITY. Persons who rnav discover anv of the tin, linml niwl nure illmnoaa of alu-lit. il.n k of light like flashes of lightning,. dark ring ness or the race, loss of memory, palpitation or the heart, great lassituue, aversion to society or occupation, a peculiar change In the souml of tho voice which tho patient can detect as soon as his attention Is called to it, weakness of the legs, arms nut) liamls. Dr. Slee's chemical process ot detecting rennl deposits In the urine cnaMes him to cur" ills ae tlnit have heeu pronounced beyond the reach of hope or cure. Every sufferer is cordially Invited to cull and consult Dr. Slee on hi cae or send for a lit of Questions. Correspondence Is most saereil and contlileiitat, s- lliat no one need liuve the least hesitation Addics all communications, with stump Dr. A. Slee, 325 SuperiorSt., Clevland. jj jo) jpy P10I8R PREPARED PMS mixed ready for use, pure white lead arid zinc finely ground in linseed oil. Put up in cans. 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