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1.V" THEENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER; 18. V 'a THE ENTERPRISE. J B.SM11H, Proprietor, ) WELLINGTON, OHIO. General News Summary. Interesting Home and Foreign News, CONCRESSIONAL. ' BlRATI, Deo. 10. Mr. Horrall reported buck adversely the bill to provide tar the oncanlxa tlon of Notional banks wltb lea capital than no.OTO, and It m Indefinitely postponed. Mr. Tnrple addresaed the Senate at length on his bill to suppress trusts. A bill for celebrating . the 00th anniversary of the discovery of America by holding an international exposition in the elty of New York waa Introduced by Mr. Evarts and read a fltat and aeoond time. The pro gramme for ths ceremonies In the Bouae to morrow In commemoration of the 100th anniver sary of the flint Inauguration of George Wash-' Ington waa presented and adopted. The Senate then proceeded to the oonaidoratlon of executive business, and soon adjourned. , Hours. No session of the House to-day. Smut. Deo. 11. Among the bills and reso lution! Introduced and referred to-day was a service and disability pension blU by Mr. In palls (at the request of an association of soldiers of Kansas and Indiana). At one o'clock p. m. the Senate proceeded to the hall of the Bouse of Representatives to participate In the oere- monies commemorative of the Inauguration of George Washington, and upon the conclusion of the exercises returned to the chamber and ad journed. Holms. No business was transacted tn the House to-day. Binats. Dee. 11 After some routine busi ness, the Introduction of bills was resumed, Mr. Stewart presented bis free coinage bill. Mr, Gibson offered a resolution, whloh waa adopted. Instructing the Foreign delations Committee to Inquire Into the expediency and practicability of acquiring territory for the occupation of ool nred cltlcens of the United States. The com mittee changes agreed on by the Republican caucus recently wen formally ratified. The Senate then went Into secret session and soon after adjourned until the loth. Houss.-Mr. Butterworth (Ohio) offered preamble and resolution which was adopted, setting forth the fact that the Cincinnati Com mercial Gaxette and other public Joqroals had published an exact copy of a certain contract said to hare been ejntesnd Into by certain mem bers of the House and sknete, and (hat thts con tract was a basis for charges of corruption and fraud la the matter of the proposed purchase of certain ballot-boxes; providing (or the appoint ment ot a committee ot Ave to Investigate and report by whom the contract was prepared and whether the appended signatures are forged vr genuine) who la responsible for the ronr-rr, V It exists, and whether any of the members named have any Improper Interest In tbo ballot boxes mentioned. . Mr. Browse (N. C.) Intro duced a bill to repeal the tax on tobaoeo, which was referred to the Ways and Means Com mittee. Mr. Wilkinson (La.) nwmnoed the death of his oolleagte, B. F. Gay, and as s mark of respect the Bouse adjourned; until the lath. Washington's Thomas Parker, a well-known nltlien of Washington, died la that elty on the 13th, aged eighty-three yean. ' He wu one of those who drew Lafayette's, car riage into Washington from Baltimore In 1834. Lewis Wilson, of Minnesota, who lost both hands by the explosion of a cannon wnllo firing a salute in honor of Harri son' election as President, has boen ap pointed one ot the doorkeeper of the House Of Representatives at salary of 11,200 per annum. .,. The deOr.loncy subcommittee of the House appropriations committee baa be gun 1U work by preparing an urgent de ficiency bill tomneta deficiency of about 8150,000 In the Government printing of fice and of 1350,000 for printing needed by the census office. Captain Thomas n. McKee, ot Indiana, has been appointed superintendent of the House document room. The total bond purchase by the Gov ernment from August 8, 1887, to and In cluding December 14, 188(Li amount to (235,701,830, Of, these H07,2,860 were four per cent and ? 128,475,600 fvur-snd-a-balf por oent. . -..-.,... m The Comptroller' of the., Currency states that there are now outstanding National bank notes to the amount ot $198,2S3,84. So frequent of late hare become -violations of the law prohibiting the Impor tation of foreign laborers under contract that Secretary Wlndom baa issued a cir cular to collectors of customs, oommls- . sloners ot immigration and others, call ing attention to the law with a view to it strict enforcement ' A wagon containing five men was run down by an express train at a crossing near Washington on the 14th. Four of the five men wore instantly killed and the other was badly injured. ' i - I THE lAtT. Warren Leland, Jr., the well-known hotel proprietor, has made an assign ment of all bis property at Long Branch, including the Ocean hotel, Ocean thea ter, Ocean elub bouse and Ills private residence oa Chelsea avenwe, for the benefit of creditors. The liabilities are 103,000. . . Business failures occurring through out the country during the seven days ended December 18 number 290, as com pared with SIS the previous week. For the corresponding week of last year the Igtne were 80S. Five hundred and sixty-one emigtan to landed at CeatieGarden on the 18th from Sotterdam, Antwerp and Liverpool,. , : Dr. F. W. Murray, of Philadelphia, is to be prosecuted by the order of Frater nal Guardians for an attempt to defraud by a false report of the death ot ons of 1 to m ember. ' '".,"'' ' " Frank II. Converse, story writer for Yoaag People and other youth's publi cation, Is dead at Maiden, Mass. t Plymouth Church (Beeoher'i), Brook lyn, during the year peat baa lost Tit member. Receipt, 144,083. The Central Trust Company of New Tork has asked that a receiver be ap pointed for the Cameron Iron and Coal Company of Pennsylvania, which 1 charged with defaulting payment on a 91,000,000 mortgage executed in favor of the Trt Cu.ipany. - Cbarlos Wilson, the young truck driver who shot and killed his wife in a fit tt Jealousy some time ago, was en tenccd at New Tork on the 18th to , twenty years in the penitentiary. , lie bad been convicted of manalaujrbter in the first degree. j . . . i Vv Jt la now believed at Philadelphia that tbe missing banker, Dttman, is alive and wandering about during aber ration of mind. Dr. E. E. Hlgbee, State superintend ent ot public schools, who was stricken with paralysis a- Jew days ago, died at his home in Lancaster, Pa, on the 13th, ' aired fifty-nine years. The test of tbe new eight-inch gun made at the Watorvliet arsenal took place at the proving around at Sandy Hook a fow days ago. This is the first all-American steel gun thus far pro duced. . The tests were ot the most sat isfactory character. The maximum range was nearly nine miles. The Pennsylvania State Orange ad; journed at Harrlsburg on the 18th, after adopting resolutions demanding protec tion In the national tariff laws equally with manufacturers, and deiaring in favor ot the adoption of the Australian ballot reform system. , Harris Cohen, known as "the original Cohon," of Baxter street, New York, who has sold clothing there for twenty nine years, has failed. He is said to have lost 980.000 to 8100.000 on the raoea. At its session in Boston on tbe 18th the Federation of Labor adopted resolu tions urging the abolition of child labor before the Bge of fourteen years; de manding that the various Legislatures enact laws making it unlawful for em ployers to compel their employes to sign sway their rights as citizens; con demning the buying and selling ot ball players by the National League and tailing upon labor unions to support the Brotherhood organization. Oreeno & Bloomer's elevator at Buf falo, N. Y., together with 850,000 bushels of barley, waa totally destroyed by fire on the 15th.' The barley was valued at 8125,000 and the elevator at 100,000. . , The option held by an eastern syndi cate in the Monongahela valley coal property expired on the 14th. It 1 thought the sale will not be consumma ted. Between 910,000,000 and 815,000,000 are involved. Dr. Daniel Ayres,. of Brooklyn, N. Y., recently presented tbe trustees 9250,000 as an endowment fund for Wesleyan University, Tbe trustees have resolved t add 8S60,000 to Dr.' Ayres' gift, and 00,000 have been raised toward It .: Tbe , Wllkosbarre (Pa.) Knight of Labor will demand twenty pe? oeat In crease in the pay ot miner on Feb ruary 1.'. ' On the 14th a coal train went through an open draw at Little Ferry, N. J., killing three mea.' 1 1 The explosion of three nltro-glyoerlne magazines located near North Claren don, Pa., oa the 15th, ceased the destruc tion of 5, 000 barrels of oil end demol ished three oil derrick. Windows within radius of bait a mile wore broken. No one -was injured.' Loss, 970,000. ' ' )' The weekly statement of ' the New York associated banks, issued on the 14th, shows the following changes: Be serve increase, 91,037,500-, loans decrease, $4,T33,200; specie increase, 921,500; legal tenders increase, 91,150,100; deposits de crease, 92,887,800; circulation decrease, 9181,800. The banks held 92,030,050 In excess of the twenty-five per cent rule. Cashier Stickney was alone in the Great Falls (X. II.) bank a fow nights ago, when two men entered and, cover ing blm with revolvers, ordered him to open the vsult He told them that tbe time lock waa on and that the vault could not be opened until morning. They seemed satisfied with tme explanation, and after robbing Stickney of hi watch and purse, left the building. ' Tbe now torpedo boat Bearing comple tion at Providence, B. L, will be named Cushlng, In honor of Commander W. H, Cushlng, IT. S. N., who blew up the rebel ram Albemarle at Plymouth, N. C, in 1864. Delegates representing the mule spin ners ot New Jersey and New England Htates held a convention at Fall River, Mass., on the 14th and formed a federa tion to be called tbe National Mule Spinners' Association of America. It will bo allied with the Federation of Labor. ' WEST AND SOUTH. W. M. Bailey, twenty-five years old, elope 1 wltb Sallle WaRaoe, the nine- year-old daughter o( Airs. o. w. ailace, of Watrrford, Miss., and was married to her at Bolivar, Tenn., on tbe 13th. Both parties were subsequently placed under arrest at Bolivar. A largo land deal haa teen practically closed by which M. B. Harrison, ot Duluth, Minn., sells to a London and New York syndicate over 91,000,000 worth of property in tha city. Near Graham, Mo., on the 18th an en sine and tender on the Wabash railroad came In collision with a flat ear, result ing la the death ot three men and tbe injury of four others. The killed were on the engine and tender, which waa throws from tbe, track and wrecked. The injured men were on the flat car and saved themselves by jumping. Thorns E. Adams,' manager of the cattle ranch of the Milwaukee A Wyo ming Investment Company at Cheyenne, Wy.T.. has absconded. HI defalcation are estimated at 11,000. He has been married but alx week, and took hi bride with him. Tbe Star distillery, owned by J. A IL Herget at Pekln, 111., burned on the 13th. . Loss, 940,000. This distillery waa not in tbe trust' ' The strikers on the Cascade division ot the Northern Paolfie railroad have decided to give up the struggle. It I understood that the company will make concessions in matter of pay to the older men. The Western nail manufacturers, to the number of fourteen mills, met at Wheeling, Va., on the lath and advanced the prloe of nails to $3.85 net The old rate was 93-35. Near Guthrie, I. T., on the 18th Dr. Martin Cheney was killed by hunter, who mistook him for a deer. . Clifford Eddy ha received a verdict of. 914,200 damage against the Toledo, Ann Arbor A Northern Michigan railroad for porsonal injuries. Ho wss a brukoman on the road and had both arms crushed whllo in the performance of bis duties. At Tucson. " A.' T.. tbe trial of the seven men charged i with robbing Pay master Wham, of the United (States army, of fcJfl.OOO last May was concluded i on the 14th, resulting in a vordlot of acquittal SS to all the) defendants On the 14th a large tubular boiler In Randall Bros. A Ca's sawmill t Cov ington,. Ky., exploded, demolishing the building and killing the fineman, Jones, and Mr Stewart one of tbe firm.' Two ot the employes were also badly hurt The cigar makers' strike atKoy West, Flo., Is further from settlement than ever. Only fifty oases of oigar were shipped lost month The output Is gen erally 1,800 case monthly. - ; 1 George W. Evans, alias William Frank lin, a noted thief, was detected in New Orleans od the 15th while trying to rob the United States Express Company of 910,000. At Louisville, Kv., on the 14th Mrs. Margaret Moran, wife of a laborer, was run down and killed by an electrlo street car, ' ' Oeorge Bauer A Son's flour mill at Sullivan, Ind., burned on the 14th; Bufe Smith and James McClang, two members of the notorious Rube Burrow's gang, were captured at' Amory, Miss., on the 14th, after a desperate struggle. Detectives had been in pursuit ot the outlaws for several weeks. ,', C. J. Moyer A Co., of Chicago, exten sive dealers in sash, doors and blinds, have made an assignment Tfielr lia bilities are placed at 9300,000, and their assets at 9275,000. - A memorial meeting was belS In the First Baptist church in Chloago on tbe 15th to do honor to the memory of Prof, Edward Olson, who mot a traglo death in the Tribune building Are at Minne apolis. ' ' '.' Mrs. E. E. Doollttle entered the office of Dr. Raymer at Cedar Rapids, IsL, a fow days ago, and demanded or him that he marrv her. On his refusal, she swal lowed a dose of poison and died soon aitor. btxe baa been insane at times and imagined herself enraged to the doctor. ". .. At Kansas City, Mo., the coroner' lurv returned a verdict on (ha 14th against Charles Merchant; who is charged with having aet fire td the Oklahoma House in that city a few idays -ago, by which one man was burned to death. FOREIGN INTEUIOENOt.! Edward Bradley, more commonly known a Cuthbert Bede, la dead. . He was a contributor to nearly all the En glish periodicals. ' ' ; ' The. London gas companies, in view of a threatened 'atoppage of their (ap plies of English coal threugh a boycott arising from tbe strike-ot their- em ployes, have arranged . with Hamburg dealers for supplies that will be trans ported in ships with German crews and bandied by German porters. '' The Hawaiian Government has en gaged an eminent authority on skin dis poses to make a' study ot leprosy -with the object of finding a cure It possible. The Braslllan Government has pro mulgated a decree declaring all foreign ers residing in Bratll cltixens of the re public from the date on which the re public was proclaimed, and that all for eigners In future shall be considered Braslllan subjects and enjoy all civil and political rights, except the right of be coming cblof of State, after a irlenoe of two years. In all coses the lUbvern- ment reserves the right to refuse citl- senship. The Marquis de Canx, formerly the husband of Adeline Pattl, is dead at Paris. . , The number of persons of Berlin who are suffering from influenza is placed at 15,000. Tbe lnfluenta, generally of a mild type, prevails la most of the capitals of Europe. . The lectures in Vionna at tended by many American student are suspended on account of it ' Tna bank of Gallatin, in Gallatin, Sumner County, Tenn., assigned oa tbe 16th. The assets are about 960,000; lia bilities about $40,000. Nearly all the Sumner County officials and many busi ness men were depositors. On tbe National line dock la New York City, where four men were re cently burned to death, 950 longshore men on tbe 16th refused to work .with black men and quit Ox the 10th a party ot Polanders who were walking on the Lackisvanna rail road track on their way from work, were run intd at Duryea, Pa., by a pas senger train. Three men were Instantly killed, one fatally injured and another badly injured. . ... f Makk P. IUmovkr, a well known lawyer and newspaper man, foiinder of the Cincinnati Tlmos, died in New York on the lth, aged sixty-two years. Tor jury in the Cronln murder trial at Chicago rendered a verdict on the 10th, finding Burke, Coughlln and 0Sul livan guilty ot murder and flying the penalty at Imprisonment for lift; Kanse waa found guilty of manslaughter and the penalty Used at three year in the penitentiary, while Beggs was atquitted. Jong A. SutiniKB, editor ojf Frank Leslie's and a Republican, ha beea made a civil service commissioner for New York State by Governor 1 All. ' Part of the business portlofl of the village of Goeport, N. Y. wai burned on the 19th. Loss, 815,090. i ; , Amoro the various petitions and (Mmorlals presented tn the Senate on tbe Itth (were sev eral for tbe passage of the penaidk law -as prepared bjf tbe peaaloa oommltts of Q. A. R. ; one from lows for the seleclloa of Chicago est tbe site for the ex IMS; and ons for tbe admission mint as a Bute. Bills were and referred for tbe allowance of pensions, and lor woman suffrage States. A resolution was agreed le the Committee on Judiciary to Inquire and re port whether Chinese laborers exctisW under existing law could be permitted toleator the United Btates for purpose of .Uanajt, wltb or without permission. Tbe Senate tien went Into secret seaalon to consider eieit,lv bus iness, and when tbe doors were reopened tbe concurrent resolution of Mr. Injrale prnvtd' Ingfora tiolldaj recess from Deoeipber IS to January was adopted.' A messairi from the House announcing tbe death of Ktrsentatlve KdwardJ. yy was revolved and as a mark of respect the Senate a1Jounwd,.,.Inlhe lloueo. a resolution authorising the Senp aht at-A,nia tn 'offer a reward of K,UI0 for the nrjnst rt till cott, tbe absconding cashier, iwii referred. A bill was passed appropriating ilMfniO to meet a deficiency In tbe appropriation tfor publld printing and binding, and fctfO.UJO td muet s da llclenoy In the appropriation for fie Census Bureau. A resolution was adopted limnictlng the election committee to take up the Cluyton Breckenrldge contest in the Hrcoml Arkansas district, and tho House adjourned. tins tlon la ot Wyo- S traduced Simulative all the Ristrwctlna POWDER Recommended by the highest medical and chemleal authorities, wbo testify to lu absolute purity, wholeaomenes and wonderful strength. Every can guaran teed to do the work of any other baking powder costing twice as much.- Every can guaranteed to give satisfaction, or purchase money refunded. 1 Ik. Cam. aoci H Iks, 10e.i H Bs, le. If yonr dealer doea not keep Crown, do not let him persuade you to buy some other he claims to be Jualaa good, but ask aim to oblige you by getting , , 4t METER'S CROWN BAKING POWDE. Worth Knowing. Mr. W. II. 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