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- tot-'- -., . ... V 4t ' THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER; 25, 1689; I'HK ENTERPRISE, J B.u&llH, Proprietor. y ' " ' WELL1NQX0N; OHIO z General News Summary. Interesting Home and Forelen News. CONGRESSIONAL. StifATi, Deo. IT, Among tho bills reported and placed on the calendar were the following: To credit Mid pay to the several States and Ter ritories and the District of Columbia the amount of the direct tax paid by or charged to them; to Increase the pension of pensioner who are en tirely helpless. A communication from , thJ President recommending a further extension of the limit for the continuance of the Interna tlonal marine confercnoo now In session at Washington, for two months from January 4, 1890, was presented and referred. The bills ap , preprinting liro.OOO for publio printing and , binding and f-.'Yt.OHO for preliminary printing for the eleventh oensua were passed; also the House Joint resolution to pay officers and mem bers of both houses their December salaries on the SOth. A resolution was agreed to, calling on the Postmaster General for estimates of the cost of extending the free delivery system to .towns of not less than 1,000 population and 6,000 gross revenue, and also to towns of not less than 6,00 and 17,000 grows revenue. The Senate then went Into secret session and soon after adjourned. - Bousb. Several bills having been Intro duced, Mr. Bouk offered. resolution directing . the elerk to call the States alphabetically for the Introduction of bills, but on motion of Mr, Oates, of Alabama, the resolution was referred to the oommlttce on rules, and as It was evident no business could be transacted, the Bouse ad journed until to-morrow, Sehats, Dec, 18. A Joint resolution extend ing to March 1, 18S0, the time for holding the International marine conference, was sgreed to. A concurrent resolution was agreed to, tender ing the thanks of Congress to Chief Justice Fuller for bis address on the occasion of the eomaemoratloo of the Inauguration of Presi dent Washington, Mr. Mitchell's resolution calling on tly! Postmaster Gen-rul for estimate the cost of eitondlng the free de'llrory sys tem to towns of 8.000 and 11,000 inhabitant was reported back and agreed to. Mr, Blair re ported back his bill to provide for th estab lishment and temporary support of common schools, and it was placed on the calendar. Af ter an executive esloa th Senate adjourned, Bousa. Most of th day was devoted to th introduction of bill and Joint resolutions under th sail of SUte. A Joint resolution was passed standing th limit of the International marine conference to March 1, 1N0. A resolution re ported from the SUoott committee, authorising the sergeant-at-arma to offer reward of M,000 lor the arrest and delivery to the Marshal of th District of Columbia of C E. Blloott, th ab sconding cashier, was adopted. A concurrent resoluUo for adjournment of Congress from December si to January I was agreed to. Th umber of bills Introduced under the call was 1,064. At th conclusion of this business, tb death of James Laird. f Nebraska; B. 8, Cox, of New York, and B. W. Towns end, of Illinois, ' were announced to the Bouse, which, a a mark pf respect to the memory of tb deceased mem bers, adjourned, . ..... 8aif atb. Dee. 1.-Mr. Chandler called np hi resolution In regard to the organisation among aval officer In Influencing Congressional legis lation and made statement on th sub ject The resolution waa discussed by Messrs. Bala, McPherson, Butler, Cochran and Call, and was finally agreed to, The Bouse concur rent resolution for holiday recess from Saturday, December tl, till Monday, January 8, Wis presented and concurred in. 1 Mr. Plumb offered a resolution (which waa ngrfad to) colling for Information as to the legal status of the Indian Territory and as to th instructions issued to the commission to nego tiate for the cession of the lands west of tho ninety-sixth decree The Senate then went Into executive session and when the door reopened measugos worn received from the House an nouncing the deaths (during the recess) of Rep resentatives Laird of Nebraska. Townscnd of Illinois and Cox of Now York. Resolutions ex pressive of the regret of the Senate were offered by Senators Manderaon, Cullom and Evarta and were agreed to, and as further mark of respect to the deceased, the Senate adjourned. House. There was no session of th House lo-day. BKNATk, Deo. SO. After toe transaction of routine business, Mr. Margin called up hla reso lution recognizing the United State of Brazil, and addressed the Senate in favor of It adop tion, Mr. Sherman moved a reference of the resolution to the Commute on Foreign Rela tions. A discussion ensued, participated In by Messrs. Sherman, Ingalls, Evarta, McPherson, Edmunds, Plumb and others, at the conclusion of which the question was taken on the motion to refer. All the Republicans voted ay, and all th Democrats except Mr. Call voted no. There was no quorum voting and the whole matter went over without definite action. The Senate then proceeded to th consideration of execu tive business. When the doors were reopened a resolution of rrjrret t tb announcement of the death of Representative Nutting, of New York, waa offered by Mr, Evaru and agreed to, and as a further msrk of respect to the memory of the deceased, the Senste adjourned. Hodb. Most of th day's session waa de voted to the Introduction of bills. The Senate resolution extending the thanks of Congress to tb Chief Justice for his oration at th recent memorial exercise waa agreed to. Mr. Breckcn rldge, of Kentucky, presented a letter from th late sergeant st-arms, Mr. Lecdom, asking the Bouse to take possession of the money belong ing to the ofllos now In the safe, and offered resolution authorizing Sergeant at Arms Holme to receive this money. Pending action on th matter the Bona adjourned. WASHINGTON. Sine Socrotarjr Wlndom announced his policy of a gradual withdrawal of publio fund on deposit with national bank tho amount so held baa been re duced to a llttlo over $38,000,000, and the available surplus In the treasury baa been seduced to (38,500,000. Oa the 20th Edwin J. Watto, youngest son of the late chief justice of the United State Supreme Court, wag lying dangerously 111 at the home ot hi mother in Washington. Pension Commissioner Raum has Is sued an order abolishing- the board of re-revlew In the Pension Bureau and distributing the forty members of that ward among the five adjudicating divis ions of the office. Six of the ablest men In the board of re-review will be as signed to duty In the board of review as a committee to whom all the more Im portant and difficult questions that may arise will bo referred for doclsion. Craven E. Kllcott,. the defaulting aashier' to Scrgeant-at-Arais Leedom, was lndictad by the grand jury at Wash ington on tho 80th for forging the names of Congressmen to promissory notes. There are 119 counts In tho indlctmont THI (AST Tho stockholder of the Thomson Houston Eloctrio Light Company have voted to Increase the preferred stock by 13,000,000, making a total capitalization 'of 18,500,000. ; " '' Boyoton & Co., Now York City, dealers in cloaks, failed on the 19th with liabili ties of over 3100,000. . ,, . , The Rome and Docatur lailroad was on the 18th sold at auction on the floor of the New York Ileal Estate Exchange to J. J). Nowcombo for $2,000. , .A hat. Identified as the one worn be lt Is reported that the old Hudson river steamer City of Kingston, which left New' York December 6 for l'ugo Sound, via Capo Horn, has been lost With, iter crew of forty-two men. She was recently bought by tho Northern Paolflo Railroad Company. A genoral resumption of work In tho coal mines of the Monongahela Valley is looked for by the first of the year. A numbor of operators have oonoedod the advanoe of one-half cent per bushel de manded by the strikers and have al ready started tholr works. The strike was inaugurated about six woeks ago and affects 0,000 men. The Harvard University catalogue for )689-90 shows that in tho ourrent year the not gain In students is 180, the largest annual Increase sluco Dr. Eliot bocamo presidont. Tho total numbor of students is 2,079. ' 1 - The elogant residence of Commodore Henry W. Grinnell, United States navy, was burned on the 1Mb. at Fall River, Moss. Mrs. Grinnell was barely rescued by a hostler. The house, valued at 813, 000, was a total loss, the Insurance hav ing just expired. Governor Beaver has Issued a charter for the now city of Johnstown, Pa. It includes the boroughs of Johnstown, Grabbtown.Conemaugh, Wood vale, Pros pect, Mlllvllle and Cambria, these boroughs having a population of at least 10,000. Timothy J. Coe, one of the best known hotel proprietors in New York, suicided by shooting himself at the home of bis daughter in that city on the 19th. temporary insanity, owing to 1U health, was the cause. On the 19th all the paper and envelope factories at Saugertios, N. Y., were without warning shut down. No cause j assigned. 1 At South Acton, Mass., on tho 19th a cylinder burst In tho coke room of the American powder mills, killing Charles E. Sanders and fatally Injuring Joseph Hard. , At a delegate convention ot Conneils vlll (Pa.) coke workers on the 19th new schedule of wages was adopter), which will be presented to the operators on January 9. it Is understood that the scale is an advance over the present one!. Work' was' stopped at the .Nellson shaft and Buckrldge collieries near Sha mokln. Pa., on the SOth, owing to the state ot the coal trade. -. The mines em ploy 7,000 men and boy. . An Incendiary tire on the night of the SOth destroyed - the ' American hotel block at Baldwlnsville, N. Y. Ouesta of tb hotel escaped in their night clothes. Three stores were burned out. Lossso,oo. William B. Chaffry, member of the firm of Heldeger A Co., grain and pro vision brokers of Allegheny City, Pa., suicided on the 20th by taking lauda num. Domestic and financial troubles the cause, New York City was on the 20th envel oped In a fog so dense that ferry boats bad to stop running. The Brooklyn brldgo was crowded in consequence and collision between two train caused a scriout blockade on the structure-. There wore several collisions between crafts In tb harbor and on the river, but no sorkius damage resulted. Warren II. Keeley, cashier of the Pennsylvania State treasury, died at Reading on tho SOth. Ho was forty-six years old and had held positions of trust under the State government for twenty two years. - According to tho New York Medical Record, a prescription for Influent, which was sanctioned by the New York board of health, is not only worthless but absolutely dangerous, Mrs. Msry Brunner, believed to have been the oldest persons in E an torn Penn sylvania, died (ft Reading, Pa., on the 20th, aged 103 years. fihe bad 125 great grandchildren. Near Carlisle, Pa., on the 20th Mary Lewis and her son were instantly killed while attempting to cross the tracks of the Gettysburg railroad In front of an approaching train. Business failures occurring through out the country during the seven days ended December 30 number for the Uni ted States 80S, Canada 80; total 843, compared with 390 the previous week. For the corresponding week last year the figures were 81L Eastern bar-Iron manufacturers held a meeting at Philadelphia on the SOth and decided that the base price ot bar Iron should remain at two cents per pound at the mills. A resolution was adopted providing for the appointment of a committee of nine to confer with the Western manufacturers with a view to forming a national schodnle of extras for small wages. WEST AND SOUTH. Tho Meade Van Bokklen Company, Chicago communion merchant, failed on the 18th. The liabilities are about 275,000; asset much less. - Rube 8mlth, the Bucattano train rob ber, was convicted at Waynesboro, Ml., on th 18th, held in 15,000 ball, and taken to Merldan for aate keeping. - A sensation waa created at Coldwater, Mich., recently by the disappearance of Dr. P. P. Nicholas, a prominent resi dent,, formerly mayor and at one ' time register of deeds." It la presumed he has gone to Canada.' Ills debts are estimated at upward of 880. 000 While some sixteen girls were re hoarsing a Christmas cantata in the Til des public school at Detroit, Mich., on the 19th, one of the performers accident ally struck a candle with a wand she was carrying, igniting the wand. The flames were communicated to the chil dren's clothing, and all were burned more or lea. . Five who were enveloped in flames ran Into the street, where some workmen rolled them in the mud and extinguished the flames. Jennie Lan cashire was burned to death, however, and the other four were seriously but not fatally injured. At Atlanta, Ga., on the 10tb Glen McCord, whose testimony led to Goorge Eddluman's acquittal ot the murder of. Tom Grcshatn, was sentenced to eight years' Imprisonment for perjury. 1 - - The whole aHsensod valuation of the late Jefforson Davis property In TIarri ion County, Miss., is $7,949. The per sonal assessment, was S.5S1. Beau voir Is assessor at ?i,500. ' The Laramie (Wy; T.) Plains Land and Cattle Company made an assignment on the 19th. No statement Many ot the stocxnoiaers live in Western Pennsyl vania. ! Tho Indianapolis (Ind.) wheel works were completely destroyed by Are on the 19th, entailing a loss of fi00,000. The warerooms were crowded with fin ished work ready to be shipped. At Charleston, W. Va., on the 20th Felix Kampf,, a German, convicted of the murdnr of his own son and daughter lost October, was sentenced to be hung March 7, 1890. For the seventeen days ended on the 21st New Orleans has hod the hottest Docombor weather on record. Peter McGeeban died on 'tho 20 Lh at the county hospital In Chicago of pneu monja, aged twenty-six. McUeohan was the atbletla Philadelphia blacksmith who was arrested as a suspect shortly after the disappearance ot Dr. Cronin. The bill to repeal the chapter of the general statutes In reference to offenses against olvil rights, which waa passed by the South Carolina House of Repre sentatives, was klllod by tbe Senate on the SOth. '- ji;,.' The most enthnslastlo 'meeting and torchlight procession seen for years wof hold at Key West, FU.. on the.ulgbt of the 19th by about 8,000 Cubans,' who paraded in honor of Senator Call'stecenl bill looking to the independence of Cuba, The old exile were wild with delight. A north-bound freight on the Louis ville & Nashville railroad was wrecked on the SOth at Orange Orove, Ala., kill ing Engineer Pierce and fatally Injur ing the fireman, James Washington, colored. , " " " "" " , ; Four masked men robbed a Santa Fe expressscar near Banks Station, Tex., on the 26th. They got but $35 in money but killed J. T. Penu, a brakeman, who resisted them. . " The grand Jury in Keokuk, la., has returned indiotmenU agalnat forty-two violators of the prohibitory law. All the saloons In tbe city are closed.' FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. By a vote of 196 to 98, the Italian Chamber of Deputies on the 19th passed the bill depriving the clergy of the di rection of all charities. The Vatican organs vigorously oppose and condemn this measure. , ' Three new Ironclads, to eoet $3,400,000, have been ordered, by the French Gov ernment Two will be etulsere, each carrying elgnt gun. All will be built in French yards. . ' ' The St Cyr military college In Paris ho been closed owing to the prevalence of influents. A (bell exploded In the artillery mag azine at Baku, Russia, recently, causing a general explosion of ill the munitions stored there and the destruction of the building. One hundred thousand cart ridges were destroyed Four persons were killed and four Injured. 4 A Lisbon (Portugal) dispatch says the Bopubltcans there have decided to lrtue a manifesto to the effect that tbe .time I a favorablo on tor abol&blnjf the monarchy. .-)' It is reported that many hundreds of arrests have been made In Core a in con sequence of the discovery of plot made by the Chief Eunuch to assassinate the King. Tho British steamers Cleddy and tho Isle of Cypress collided on the SOth south of the Isle of Wlftit The Cleddy was so badly Injured that she tank. Kavoral of her crew reached land In safety, but thirteen Others aro raisMlnsv IA.TI2It. A dinpatcu of the !2d from Atlanta, Ga., says that Henry W. Orady wet be lieved to be dying at his home la thai city. Prayer for the sick maw were of fered In all the churches. TuitKK bodies of victims t tbe Johns town flood were found on the bank ol the Conomaugh rivet "near Coopersdale, Pa., on the lilst AM were female and none were identified. Tint Jurig and Crescent breweries at Cincinnati have been purchased by an English syndicate and the two properties will be amalgamated. Tho price .paid was 81,075,000. Mrs. Mart G. BnuxxKR, aged 103 years died at Derry Station, Pa., en the 81st. She came from a sturdy German stock and had smoked tobacco nearly all her life. The buslnoss portion of Petrolla, Pa., was noarly blotted out of. existence by fire on the 23d. It originated In Klingen smith's store and swept up Main street, consuming the frame buildings on both side and reaching back to side streets, making a clean sweep of ruin among the stores, dwellings and hotels. Forty buildings were destroyed, and the loss will reach 1100,000. .! , Tin failure of J. a Sheffield dKons, of Saugertles, N. , Y., ono of the oldest and best known paper manufacturing concerns In the country, waa announced on the Slat The liabilities are about 83,000,000. No approximate idea a to tbe amount of asset are at present ob tainable. I the Senate on th (1st the House Joint resolution donating natures, furniture, etc. (heretofore belonging to the Territorial governl meats) to th Bute of Wsshlngton and Mon tana, was presented and passed. Among tho bills introduced and referred was one by Mr. Boar to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United 8tnle. Mr, Morgan offered a resolution, which waa agreed to, calling upon the President for coplos of sll correspondence between the United Htates and Braill, and of all other papers on Ale In the State department relating to the recent change of the government of Brazil. After an execu tive session the Senate adjourned until January I, lfluo .-.ln tb Huuso a resolution was sdoptcd requesting tho Tressurer of ' the United State to take Into his custody all money and othe.l assets placed by J. p, LewUim, late Borgeent-al-annt, In the Kafoln htsoOlee, and to safely keep the same on Hpeciul deposit until further order of the Ilouse. At bis own request, Mr. Wike, of Illinois, was reltmscd from duty on the Committee on Election, snd Mr. Wilson, of Missouri, was ap pointed to 1 till tho vncimcy.- Tho Seulttu then announced the standing and select com mittee ef the Wcmc. The Siicaiier alxo sn nounced the oypoltrtioent of Messrs. Minon, Cogswell, Btnible, Turner of Oeorgio, anil Wat ton of West Virginia, ok the committee to In vestigate the bnllot-box forgeries under the liutterwortb resolution. The House then sd (eurned until JuntmryU . 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