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THE KNTERi'HlSlV WEDNESDAY; JUNE 12, 1880.
THE ENTERPRISE. J. B.SBSITH, Praprlctoi. .- : WELLINGTON. OHIO., General News Summary. Interesting Home and Foreign New. WASHINGTON. Captain C. B. Hears, of tbe engineer corps, has been detailed by Secretary Proctor to report to Governor Boaver for enpineorinff eluty at Johnstown, Ha will superintend the construction of the pontoon bridges cross the Conemauira that have been ordered to bo sent there from West Folnt and WtllctU Point. Justk-o (J ray, of tho United States Su preme Court, and Hiss Jeauuette Matthews, daughter of the. late Justice Stanley Mat thews, wore married at tho home of the bride in Washington on the 4th. Private Berretary Halfordreceived a tele gram on the Sth from his wife at Altoona, Pa., announcing that Mrs. Law Wallace was With her and stifo. ' The President has received a letter from commltV-e of the National Wool Growers' Association of tho United, States dated Co lumbus, Way 84, urging tbe nocesslty for an extra session of Congress to be convened at tbe earliest practicable day for the pur pose of enacting necessary legislation in re gard to wool growing and other industries of the country. Solicitor Hepburn, of the Treasury, has waned the authorities of the new Catholio university at Washington that they can not, Tinder the law, import from Europe, as pro posed, a corps of trained professors who are to come under contract. They would not, the olicitor says, be embraced In the classes exempted by the law, as it stands. A statement prepared at the Treasury Department shows thut there was a net de crease of $1ti,780,om in circulation during the month of May last and a net increase of $1,073,810 in money and bullion in the treas ury during the same period. The Socrotary of War has decided to pur chase as the new site for Fort Omaha a tract of MO acres of land about eight miles from Omaha, Neb., which cm be had for about (07,000. Lowrcy Bell, general superintendent of the Railway Mail Service, says that the ac cumulation of mail matter caused by the flood has all been disposed of, and that while delay in the forwarding of mail long some of the lines would be inevitable, tbe interruption has ended. The President has appointed Colonel John C. Kelton to be Adjutant General of the Army, vice Richard C. Drum retired. The total amount of United States bonds purchased from August 3, lt7, to date mount to 170,!2,8.Y), at a saving to the uovernment of tl5,673,u. Charles F. Ball, cashier of tho United States Express Compuny at Washington, is under arrest, charged with the embezzle ment of SI.OOO from the company. In the case of Captain George A. Armes, U. & A., retired, sentenced by general court martial to be dismissed from the service, the President has commuted the sentence to confinement within such limits as the Sec retary of War may prescribe and to depriva tion of the rih'ht to wear the uniform and in signia of his rank in the army for period of five years. The United States war steamers Trenton and Vandalia, which were wrecked at Samoa last March, have been abandoned by the Government, and their names will be strick a from the navy list. All of the valuables of both vessels, Including the batteries, have been recovered, and are now en route to Ban Francisco on tho steamship Aimed a. Ad miral Kimberly and the remaining sur vivors are on board and expect to reach this country about July H. v la recognition of the valuable services rendered by King Mutuafain saving life and property on the occasion of the recent hur ricane in Samoa, the Navy Department has decidod upon sending him a whale boat of tbe latest Improved model. It will be built t the nary yard at Mare Island, Cal., of the finest material to be obtained. THE EAST. In the Joint session of Tew Hampshire Legislature on tho Sth David II. Goodell, Republican, was elected Governor of the Bute, receiving H3 votes to 113 for Charles H. Amsden, Democrat. A pension amounting to f l.SW.M to Mrs. Sarah J. Markln, a widow living at Johns town, Pa., was paid on the Cth by Pension Agent Barclay, of PitUburifh. It is re markably timely as a relief measure, Mrs. Msrkin having been completely robbed of her earthly possessions by tho flood. Not less tliuuS.ODO workmen are busily re pairing the Pennsylvania railroad between Pittsburgh and Altoona. There have been nine bridges washed away on the road, six ef which arc gone between Altoona and Barrisbnrg. Rev. Dr. Thomas F. Davios, for twenty one years pastor of fit Potor's Church, Phila delphia, bus been elected Episcopal Bishop of Michigan. It is not known if he will accept. Ed Huron, the well kuown aeronaut of Jackson, Mich., had narrow escape from death at Auburn, N. Y., on the Tth, owing to his paruchuto fulling to work. He fell 2,500 foet, when the parachute partially openca and somewhat broke the fall. opened and somewhat broke the He wss badly Injured ras badly injured. Governor Bulklty, of Connecticut, vetoed tbe Secret Ballot bill on the Tth, and the House passed the bill ovor the veto, but afterwards reconsidered tho vote and tabled tbe veto. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company an nounces the resumption of the running of through passenger trains from New York via Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Lock Haven and the Allegheny Valley railroad to Pitts burgh. It is understood that the conditions upon which the Stewart will case was settled are that Judge Hilton will allow the family of Judge J. Lawrence Smith 11,000,000, and the other contestants $3,000,000, or a total of $6,000,000. Mrs. Charles F. Adams, widow of the -ate Hon. O. F. Adams, and mother of Hon. John Quincy Adams and Churles F. Adams, president of the Union Paclflv railroad, died at Quincy, Mass., on the 7th, aired eighty one years. Business failures occurring throughout the country during the seven days ended June 7 number for the United Status 300 and for Canada 25, or a total of 826 as compared with $15 the previous week, and 236 for the corresponding week last year. : A high official of the Pennsylvania rail road Is authority for the statement that tbe company's loss In property destroyed by the ' Johnstown flood, and by the suspension of traffic, will reach $16,000,000. It Is authoritatively stated that by recent acquisitions the National Load Trust has gained control of over nlnoty per cent of tbe output of the United States. Harry Heffrlght, englneor, was Instantly killed and Lincoln Post, II reman, was fa tolly Injured on the Sth by their engine going overan embankment near Hunting don, Pa. The accident was caused by l washout The Hcrllch Piano Works at Pr,frsm. W. J., were totally destroyed by fir, 0n the 7th. The loss is x.Ji.000 in exoessor t a6 Insurance. The rennsyivania rauroaa bridge over the west branch of the B,ogqUeBann ,t Montgomery, Pa., was m 4ae whole and train passed over it on tn 4 8th, the first time In eight days. On the 9th the fund collected at Philadol- phia for the reliof ol the flood sufforers mounted to $781 ,0' In the case of F rank TomDleman. tried at New Yovk for f Jony in socking to procure perjured icsuraonj that District Attorney Fellows and Ijaspavtor Byrnes were partners oi mvauj ijetoetlve Wilkinson and shared with him I is money obtuinod from the city, the Jury on the t?th brought in a verdict of guilty, with a recommendation for mercy. The. exports of specie from the port of Now York during the week ended June 8 mounted to $.:t!3,080. The imports of specie for the same period amounted to $tsfB,wn. Tho execution of W llllam Kemmler, at Buffalo, who was to have been Now York's first victim of an eloctrical death by process of law, was on tho 8th postponed without date by the service on District Attorney Qninby of a notice ofappo.it. The following changes appear in the weekly statement of the Now York asso elated banks, issued on the Sth ; Reserve decrease, fl,SS9,i75; loans increase, $2,071, 200; specie decrease, 0,998,400; legal ten ders decrease, $170,400, doposlts decrease, ,4I7,800; circulation increase, $18,400. The banks held $11,050,175 in excess of the twenty-flve per cent. rule. John Crane, an employe In slaughter house at 040 West Fortieth street, New York, wss killed on the 9th by falling through an air shaft in the building. When Crane's wife was informed of his death, she became insane and Jumped from the third story of her house, sustaining fatal injuries. Warned by the Johnstown disaster, movement Is on foot to have the big reser voir which menaces the Genessoe Valley, New York, abolished by tbe State. It is the largest art! Ilclal body of water in the United States and Is situated about 728 feet above Olenn. About ten years sgo the dam burst, letting out fifteen feet of water and flooding the valley for a distance of MO miles. "Jacko" Walker, local boatman, with Frank Daveys, were out on the Niagara river some distance above the Kails on the 9th, when they lost control of the boat and It was swept ovor the Falls. Their bodies were not recovered. WEST AND SOUTH. Captain Henry C. Lee, a brother of Gov ernor Lee and nephew of the late General Robert E. Lee, died suddenly at Richmond, Va., on tbe nth. An Incendiary fire at Boloxl, Miss., on the 'Sth destroyed tho business portion of tho town, causing a loss of $100,000. Tho first election by ballot took place at Guthrie, I. T., on the 4th. D. B. Dyer and A. V. Alexander were candidates for mayor. The city was divided Into flvo wards for registration and, the total number of voters registered was 2,346. It is generally con ceded that ex-Indi-ia Agent Dyer was elected by about 300 majority. Jacksonville, Fla., was visited by con flagration on the Sth which consumed every thing combustible In an area of five blocks, bounded by Hawk street on the west, Adams on the north, Clay on the east and Creek on the South. At least sixty build ings were destroyed, the majority being tbs homos of colored people. The loss will probably reach $200,000; insurance light A Maysvllle (Ky.) dispatch says that some of the Johnstown wreckage passed there on the Sth. Three bodies were takers out of the water supposed to be from tbs flooded Pennsylvania district, AtBbelbyvllle, Ind., on the 6th Mrs. Mol lis Corwin, who recently obtained a divorce from her seventh husband, shot and badly wounded George Palmer and fatally shot his son, William. The men were trying to gain admittance to the woman's house against her wliL Tbs Bank of Omaha, at Omaha, Neb., has closed its doors. The liabilities are be tween $H0,000 and $70,(101 with nominal as sets. The failure is attributed to bad loans nd mismanagement The city of Seattle, W.T., was devastated by conflagration on the 6th, which de stroyed tli' ty-one blocks in the very heart of the city. The loss is roughly estimated at $.1,000,000. Nine delegates representing the organiza tions of railway brakemen, firemen and switchmen, met at Chicago on the 6th end finished and ratified constitution for tbe future government of the three old organi sations under tbe name of the United Order of Railway Employes. The governing body will be supreme council, of which T. P. Sargcant was made president, Frank Sweeney, vice president, and E. F. O'Bhee, treasurer. The above name officers with six other members constitute the council. On the 7th forest fires were raging to the north of Duluth, Minn., all through the Vermillion range and groat loss was ex pected. Father Arnold Damen, B. J., has been stricken with paralysis at Evanston, W. T. Father Damen la over seventy-five years old. As missionary be has long J en fa mous among Catholics from New k'ork to Kan Francisco and St. Paul to tbe Gulf. B. L. Woods, general manager of the Fairbank 8c Co.'s lard refinery, George D. Lewis, superintendent of tho St Louis works, and John Garvin were seriously in jured at Hutchinson, Kan., on the 7th by the explosion of lard vat They were badly scalded. Sedgwick and Kingman counties, Kan., were swept by a furious storm on the 7th, which cut a swath twenty miles long by five wide, causing great damage. A farmer named Rogers and all the members of his family were killed. The heavy rain was followed by hall, which laid low the crops. Morris C. Baum, of San Francisco, Cal, and secretary of the Republican County Committee, is a fugitive in Europe, having left tn Ban Francisco $10,000 in notes bear ing forged Indorsements, besides fully $10, 000 in small debts to score of friends. Gambling and fust women ruined him. On the 8th tho Supreme Court of Ka'nsss decidod the famous Gray County case, in favor of the town of Ingalls, making that the county seat Edwin Harris, late deputy collector of New Orleans, has been indicted by the grand Jury forombezzlomentof about $7,600. Colonel Charles C. Langston, Secretary of State of Alabama, died at Mobile on the 8th. Jack Williams, the supposed leader of the gangof robbers who recently held op United States Paymaster Vhatr, has been arrested at El Paso, Tex. The sum of srW.OOO was found on his person. Late dispatches from Beattle, W. T., fall to confirm the reported loss of lives by the great Are. The estimated losses of property range from $7,000,000 to $10,000,000, with an aggregate Insurance of $2,41)0,000. The Supreme Court of Wyoming Terri tory has decided that owners of land may fence the same even If in so doing they in close government or publlo land. Nearly 800,000 acres of the publlo domain have been fenced by individuals and corporations in Wyoming. Bishop Quintard's residence at Bewanee. Tenn., was burned on the Sth. Ionard Hwett a oromlncnt momber oX the Chicago bar and an old resident, died in that oity on the 8th.' He made the nomination speech for Abraham Lincoln lor President in 1880, and performed the same service for Walter Q. Greshara in vm. , The mutilated body or little Haggle Thompson, who mysteriously disappeared from her home at Cleveland, u., some time ago, was found on the 9th in the cellar of house a few doors from the Thompson resi dence. Otto Louth, a sixteen-year-old boy, was arrested for the murder and confessed his guilt. The house where the body was found was occupied by Louth's parents, who wore absent at the time the murder was committed. Tbe victim was only eight years old and, according to Leuth's confes sion, he first outraged the girl, and then crushed her skull with a hammer and con cealed the body in the cellar. , By direction of tho President, the Secre tary of War has issued an order to the effect that horeafter the Sunday morning Inspec tion in the army will bo merely of the dress and general appearance without arms, and that the more complete inspection under arms, with all mon present, will take place on Saturdays. j The convention of Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society adjourned at Baltlmoro, Md.,on the Sth to meet next year at Canton, O. Mrs. J. 8. Detweiler, of Omaha, Neb., was elected president, and Mrs. M. F. Stewart, of Peabody, Kap., sec retary. An Indianapolis (Ind.) dispatch says there are over 9,000 people in Clay County on the verge of starvation. They include the striking miners and tholr families. There are 6,000 now on tbe relief lists and addi tions are being made dally. The miners have been out since May 1 and have been refused all sorts of offers to arbitrate and settle their differences with the operators. Arkansas City, Ark., was struck by cyclone on the night of tbe 8th, causing serious damage and loss of life. The Meth odist and Baptist churches and tan stores and residences were wrecked. Kate and Tudy Walton (oolored), aged seventeen and nine years respectively, were killed and their mother was badly injured. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. JLt. Whltclaw Rcld, United States Minis ter at Paris, states that on the 6th the fund being raised at the legation for the relief of the Pennsylvania flood sufferers amounted to$10,000. A London dispatch states that great con sternation was created in the West Corn wall (England) region by the news of the Johnstown disaster, as quite colony of Cornish people bad settled around the Ill fated city. One man whose sister and six children lived there, and who himself only recently returned from America, fell dead upon suddenly bearing of the catastrophe. Advices from Morocco state that the re bellion of the tribesmen Is spreading. They have captured Prince Hamld, tbe heir to the throne, and killed several members of his escort During the month of May forty -three per sons committed sulcldo in Vienna.: Engineer Bourke, of the British man-of-war Calliope, tho only vessol which escaped from Apia harbor ''during the grout storm there, has been promoted to be fleet en gineer as reward for his services in en abling the vessel to steam out of the harbor. Three thousand dock laborers at Glasgow, Scotland, have struck for an increase of one-half penny por hour. The stevedores have also struck for an Increase of one penny por hour. , . The unveiling of the statue of Bruno took place at Roma on the Sth, with Imposing ceremonies. Thirty thousand ' persons marched in nrocesslon through theVirlnoi- pal streets. The removal of tls tvuYas covering the statue was tne signaii lor deafening cheers. The oeremonies were witnessed by the syndic of Rome, the gov ernment officials and large number of senators and deputies.. In tbe evening the monument was illuminated. Tbe proceed ings throughout were orderly. Lord Mayor Sexton, of Dublin, on the tth cabled 1,000 for the relief of the Johns town sufferers. It is reported that the Bhah of Persia, during his recent visit to tbe Czar, entered Into secret treaty, temporarily annexing the northern portion of Persia to the Russian empire, in the event of certain contingenc happening, which is donned in the treat. WniLi number of miners were at work In large breast at the Gaylord mine in Plymouth, Pa., the rocky roof suddonly fell In upon them without warning. Four men wore instantly killed, namely, Reose Lloyd, Pat Carly, William Williams and Matthew Davis. Two Poles had their legs cut off and will probably die. Insufficient propping to sustain tbe roof was the cause of the acci dent Isdictmkkts for violation of the sanitary codo wore found by the Now York grand Jury on the 10th against Drs. Irwin, Fergu- son and Uunce, the pnysicians wno maoo the hasty autopsy on the body of Mind itcudor Bishop. At Milwaukee, Wis., on the 10th, Bam Yip Jah, the Chinaman convicted of luring little girls Into bis laundry for Immoral pur poses, was sentenced to the State prison at Waupun for fifteen years. Thi Russian authorities have sentenced forty-one students of the Cracow university to three days' Imprisonment and to pay fine of 600 florins for singing Polish airs on an excursion to Oitkoff. A licenhb of Incorporation was on the 10th Issued to the "American Executing Company" at Chicago, to execute persons who sre sentenced to death. Incorporators are Stephen Lawson, M. E. Clear and Jacob A.E. Iffort Maooii Paid died at Canton, 111., recent ly, aged eighty-six. She bad been an inva lid for some time, but worry over me proo able drowning of relatives at Johnstown caused her death. Ax express train on the Lehigh Valley railroad was wrecked near Bugar Notch, Pa., on the 10th. Tbe cars were telescoped and two of them crushed in a frame house which stood near the track, the tenants nar rowly escaping. No one was fatally hurt, but live wore seriously injured. A broken axle under tho tender caused the accident BtTEitixTixiiEXT Bki.l, of the Railway Mail Service, has Issued general order urging greater co-operation to secure effici ency. He refers to the alloged fact that clerks agree not to check upon each other, and say s that this practice must cease. He promises promotion according to efficiency. Tn President on the 10th made the fol lowing appointments; Thomas J. Morgan, of Rhode Island, Commissioner of Indian Affairs; Hoyt Shorman, Jr., receiver of publlo monies st Halt Lake City, Utah; Frank O. Hobbs, register of the land office t Bait Lake City, Utah : Edward O. Gat trey, register of the land office at Taylor's Falls, Minn.; William V. Wolls, register of the land ofiioe at Huntevtlle, Ala., E. L. Chapman, receiver of publio monies at Lamed, Kan.; Charles D. Ford, register of the land office st Lamar, Col. Ei-UniTin Status Bksatob Dwionr 11 Babis, 'of Minnesota, has been granted divorce from bis wife, who is charged wftk being an habitual drunkard. It Is said that she is victim of the morphine habit For some time past she has been In an asylum at Flushing, Long Island, whore she was placed at her own request News About Town, . It Is the current report about town that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who are troubled with Coughs, Sore Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Con sumption. Any druggiBt will give you a trial bottle tree of cost. Ills guaranteed to relieve and cure. The large bottles are llity cents ana one aouar. Why embltterlite by dragging around wltb lame back, diseased kiduevs.dropsl cal swellings, female weakness, nervous debility .heart disease andrheumatlcoom- plalnts,wben Dr. Fanner's Kidney and Backache Cure will so quickly cure! Rev, A. J. Merchant, Presiding Elder writes; "It gave me almost instant and entirely permanenlrelief." Superior to all known meaicinesinineeeaieeHses. f or sale by druggists. Tbe Homeliest man in Wellington as well as the handsomest, and others are In vited to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the lungs and thi oat, a remedy (hat is Belling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to relieve and cuie all Chronic and Acute Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consum ption. Large bottles 50 cents and (1. 100 Ladies Wanted, And 100 men to call on any druggist for a free trial package of Lane's Fam ily Medicine, the great root and herb remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while In the Kooky Mountains. For diseases of tho blood, liver and kidneys it i3 a positive cure. For constipation and clearing up the complexion it does wonders. Children like it. Everyone praises it. Large size package, 60 Cts. At all druggtsts. A Grateful Clergyman. Rev. Thos. Riohey, formerly presiding elder of the Northern N. Y. Confer ence, givds this opinion of, a popular remedy : "I have found Van Wert's Balsam to be a wonderfuleffective med icine for the lungs. I have recommend ed it to several of ray friends who aro suffering from consumption and almost miraculous benefits have followed its use. I am of the opinion that if taken ill time it would affect a certain cure ot this dread disease. I would urge all who are suffering with lung and throat troubles to try it. Trial size free. E. VV. Adams the Leading Druggist. Interested People. Advertising patent meillclns the pe culiar way in which Kemp's Balsam, for Coughs and Colds does, It is Indeed wono derlul. lie authorizes diuggists te f;lve those who call for It, sample bottl ree, thai they may try it before purcbas log. The large bottles are 50 centfe and one dollar. We certainly would advise s trial. It may save you from consumption - - m Simply puruvmg and cleansing the blood Is not sufficient. It needs enriching also, the nervous system needs toning tin all of which is accomplished by Dr. Feve ner's Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerll Tonic. Use his Cough Honey in as coughs; his Golden Relief in all pains and stomach and bowel disorders; bip Kidney and Backache Core in lame back, dropsy and all kidney disorders;his Ger man Eye-Salve in sore ryes, cracked skin and piles; bis Capitol Bitters for appetite nd strength. For sale by druggists, , .. .r . ' ' 1 ' f Dyspepsia or indigestion always yield to the curative properties ef Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup, containing, as ll does nature's specific for the stomach. For tale at E. W. Adams' and F D Felt. ''. ' Saved tub Vai.ce of a Fabu Sellers Cough Syrup has attained a reputation al most equal to Sellers' Pills, and more could hardly be said of any other medicine. The syrup should be kept In every family where there are children, and grown np people find it a mcst valuable medicine for coughs, colds, hoarseness, and throat and lung diseases. The pills are such standard remedy in some ports of thecoun try that a family never , thinks of . doing without them. Said an old gentleman in Eastern Maryland, "Why I have raised my family on Sellers' Pills, and I consider them almost as essential to a family as bread. In the last thirty years they have saved me enough, in doctor bills, to pay lor farm. Cincinnati Times-Star. A O jat Surprise Is in store tct all who use Kemp's Bal lam for the throat and lungs, the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold on Its merits and that any druggist is authorized by the proprietor of this wonderful remedy to give you a sam ple bottle freet It never falls to care acute oi chronic coughs. All druggists sell Kemp's Balsam. Large bottles 50 cents and $1. William Laird. William Laird, well known drug- ?;Intof Springfield, Oregon, writes as ollows: "My stock ot Van Wert's Cough Balsam ordered from you a snort time sgo Is almost exhausted and I am pleated to note the fact that It lias giv en universal satisfaction. I have never had a single bottle returnee. The medicine Is a boon to mankind." Trial size free. E W. Adams tho Leading Druggist. Forced to Leave Home. Over 80 people were forced t o leave their homes yesterday to call for a free trial package of Lane's Family Medi. cine. If your blood is bad, your liver ud kidneys out of order, If you are constipated and have headache and an unsightly complexion, don't fail to call on any druggist to-day for free sample of this grand remedy The indies praise It. Everyone likes it. Large size package CO cents. COm'MPTlOX STJRELT COED. To THS Editor Please Inform your read, srs that I hava a positive remedy for the aboa muiied disease. Uy Its timely use thousands of hopeless eases bars been permanently cured. I tliall be glad to send two bottles of my reme dy rBia to any of your readers who hare con sumption If they will send me their express and post office address. Respectfully, t. A. SI.fMHIM, M.fl.. 181 1 -r M..NwYOrk MARVELOUS DISCOVERY. Only Oennlne tvaterai mt Memory Training. four jlaoka Lenrnail In ana reading. Mind wanilKilnaT eurcrd. Every rltlld and adu'c arrentlv benefitted. Oreat InduMmenta to O .rroiiModeuee tllnn.a, Pm.nenf.ie, with Oplnl ei t Fr..Wm, A.Hiin. mintl, the wrl'l-fani' I Hne.-i.vMi ln.luliiw' W. It.mlrl i:rrnl-nf 'I'.-jomii-o'i, i. Jf'"!,! 'r; ft im. v. tv . it .r, J a r i ; I . : -I .ill 1'. -friii-. A. XVKUV I'J., L I Vina At., If. . Proposed Amendment to tho Go'n- stitution oi TAXATION; - AMENDMENT NO. 1. - Skctioh 1. Be It resolved by the General As sembly of the State ot Ohio, That a proposition shall be submitted to the electors of this Btate on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, 188M, to amend Section 2 of Article XII of the Constitution or the Btate ot Ohio, so that it shallread as follows: ARTICLE XII. Sao. 2. The General Assembly shall provide for the raising ol revenue for the support ot the slate and local governments! but taxes shall be uniform on the same class of subjects. Burying grounds, publlo school houses, bouses used exclusively for public worship, institu tions of purely publlo charity, public property used exclusively for any publlo purpose, and riersonal property to an amount not exceeding n value two hundred dollars for each Individ ual, may, by general laws, be exempted from taxation) and the value of all property so ex empted shHll,from time to time, be ascertained and published, as may be directed by law. Hsctiox 2. At such election those electors desiring to vote for such amendment may have placed upon their ballots tbe words "Taxation Amendment Yes " and those opposed to such amendment may have placed upon their bal lots the words "Tsxstlon Amendment No." Skction S. This smendment shall take effect on the first day of Jiinunry. ihuo. KbUKK'I1 I. LAMPSON. Speaker of tbe House of Representatives. . THKO. V. DAVIS, President pro tern of the Senate. Adopted April 8, 1889. : UnitioStitssop Amebic. Ohio, 1 Orrici or thi Bicrstasi or Btati. I, Daniel J. Ryan, Secretary of State of (he State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore going is a true copy of a Joint resolntion adopted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, on the Dth day of April. A. D. 1WW taken from the original rolls filed In this office' In testimony whereof. I have hereunto sub' scrfbrd my name, and affixed my offl' siil clnl seal, at Columbus, the 16th day of April, A. D. im. DANIEL J. RYAN. Secretary of State. S. F. BLACK, Contractor and Builder, Plans and estimates made. Job work of all kinds. Orders by mail promptly attended to. 46-ly Pratt & Herrick, ; GENERAL FEED AUD FLOUR STORE. Free delivery to any part ol the corpor ation. Railroad street, Wellington, O. C. E. SUTLIFF, , Anthracite, Massillon, Jackson and Blossburg. Terms Cash and Prices Low. Office on West Liberty St., Telephone 48 CHRISTIE & BENNETT iuncfacturkks or CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS . or IVEBY DMCSIITIOX. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. BEST- Dr. C. H. MacFarland's Great Medical Dis covery. Thli Mod'clnr will r.nre Chmilc and Tnfamnistory llhcuuiilUin. Nourtllu,,Uiitnlc M.larU. Uyiprpils. Hlrk HosilsrlK and sll towi of lha Liver sua Klilnrrfc Aluo will rurn (J.lirrli, Scrnfuls. Hull Hlieuiu, and sll Anwa that am caiiM'it from Impure blond. It laonr nf thA !rtt Hlood and Liver Trine dlf known. II piirpflra the hluud, orratrs a healthy anion of tin llvrr and kldnrya. Iloncn, It enxllcatea tho dlwaiMi from tha .y.trm. Th unrlic with thru diva-Tit, try a boa uf Ibis irrat medical dlncovery, and Im cuurlncrd of Iti nierlia, Rviry tiox jraarantm-d tn irlre antWartton. or tnitnty re fundrd. Fifty dayatrratmcDl In iwh hoi. fries SI per li, or m bvjoa for ) turs yoa get tba genuine Sold only la Wellington, Tit Dr. J. W. Houghton. Should any one rtMre, they can ornT direct from Pr. C. H MacKarlaml, Oherlln, O. Thle la the eeie bratMl ineilli lno di llvered to the cltllcni of Welllnjc t4n laat February and ueietofore only been Bold by the Doctor at Ubcrlln CIDER INMAITS PERFEOl . PRESERVATIVE. A thormiehlr u-lj-d aiut whAlnMmanrinaratl.in for arresting fnrmentUon, (mauling one to hava rtoh,aparlUiDOklertheyuar around. Haabeenoa the market six yearn, and it ludoraed by tuoue ands who have uaed It, It thoroughly olaiiflea, and lnipe.ru no forek-n taflte. Put up In boxne doeign ed for 8 and 60-khII. package, retaillnat Si and SO ota. Sold hy ilenlori, or aent by Ball on receipt of pries. INMAN BH0 I, raaaHaoina, Akron, 0. Sold by F. D. Kelt. . , . , LADIES PEERLESS 1DYE8 Do Yoor Ovra lrlna-. at llama. Th-y will dye everything. They ereeold every. Where. Vriee IOa. u pankaVs. Tliay havenoequal lor Strang1 1,, Ituithineae, Amount In Paekaifoa or tut y Color, or non.fndiDg Qualttiea, Tbey do n-H ef ' iniit; 4nonlnni Rirealeby E,.W AdnmialsoF.D.Felt TT'ii . lBiiiielorli It ' J JSF KaVed a Lovely Compleilofi. It aSjV 'GTSplendkl Tooie, and euret Holla, Pimp-ll Je. bcrofula, Mercurial and all Jftw&lw 7f Ulteaaea, bold by your liragglat. CT StUert Medicine Co., Pittsburgri,Pa PATENTS Oaeats,and Trade Marks obtained, and rBieniotMinesaconiiucieaior Moderate fe Our office is opposite U. 8. Patent Orfloe. W Davenoaub-atencles.allbuiilnesadliwt.hene. oantransaetpatentbualnesstn less time an Bviesseostiaan those remote from Wash ni ton. Bend model, drawing, or photo, with desorlp tlon. We advise If rmtiMitHtilB ne not. free n 'IfW. Our tee not due till patent Is secured- A book, "How to Obtain Patents," with ref ' erenoei to actual clcnta In your Btate, county- vjunu,Boubiroe. Auaress C. A. SNOW & CO., Opposite Patest Office, Washington,!). 0. 7 It?. ' Oity. Market, LIBERTY STREET WGLL1IQT05. Is the best place in the city to ge t strictly No. lMeate, . and Sausage Fresh and Salted. Meat always clean. Attention alwsj given. Pricesalwaysfalr. FRED ABBOTT. Successor to WHITNEY & ABBOTT, ' Carpenter Block. . Wellington, O We are now nuking easy terms and ex ceedlngly lew prices; also show the lines stock of Pianos snd Organs In the Btate We ara tb Northern Ohio Agents for " . Seoker Bro's - Pianos. ' B.Dreher'i . r Kranioh&Baoh - " Sterling Wewby 8c Evans Worcester and Lorlng & Blake'0 PALACE OEOANS. NewOrgana 458.00 per month.. Wrilelorfrce catalogue snd Information B. DREHEB & SONS, J47 Superior 8t., CLEVELAND, OHIO CATARRH 7 .V i. PUIS fflfl ORGANS coldI Muti HEAD.Xy TrythoCure Ely'sCrcamBalm CoansestheNasalPassagee. Al lays Inflammation. Heals tRe Sorea. Boa tores the Bonsos of Taste, Smell and Hearing. A partleU la applied lata eneli aetrll a4 la aT-eeahl. PrimOOe. at Dmaurleia er By all. ELY BUOTOKltSf Warren Bt. .New Tor, OF PURE COD LIVER OIL 22 HYPOPHOSPHITE3 Almost as Palatable as Milk.' a M(ntee4i tbs It earn fee takan. dlgaafed, net aMinailai4 by tha aaosl aanaltlT ManMk, when tha plain all cannot be toleratee) and Dr tna a plalU 1 mnele mora alUcnetmu. IwirtsMe U lets, fniittt. Pcru gala ripldlr while Ukteg It, KJOTTS EMULSION Is aoknowledgedby Physicians to be the Finest snd Bst preptv xatioa in ths world for the relist and eure ot CONSUMPTION. SCROFULA. ' GENERAL DKBILITT, WASTING) DISEASES, EMACIATION, COLDS and CNRONIO COUGHS. Th great remedt for OormmptUm, and XLT--4 1 m it i of ... ,i n rj- rreNimi in tnuuen 0uhi dd oh irauuMw Ii1a4 Bmi atari Farafe SAVAuaaVfAH im. Immttin and Breeiltraor riacHIKOX llouaa. we offer i very larnetoS of horea te aalaci rrom, gtiarat tee oar botvne Dreedere make low . Drtoae. am aall OB eea term Urn oatalofoe free AMitm Havaite a Far. aum,Aietill,JlUia. JV,N Wi 1 aN M Ti ,, XX Rl If IrJ