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THE ENTERPRISE. WEDNESDAY MA-Y44, MK .
THE ENTERPRISE. J B.oMltH, PropriJo prletoK WELLINGTON, OHIO. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters. ' CONGRESS. Wain the Senate mat on the nth the formal eanouncement of Senator Beck't death was made by Mr. Blaokbum, resolutions Vere adopud for the appointment of oonunlttee to superintend the funeral In the Senate chamber on the Sth and the Senate adjourned. The pre siding ofnoer announced the committee to attend the funeral as lollowi: Sonuton Blackburn, Harris, Vance, Kenna, Dawrs, Everts and Msnderson....In the House the Senate amendment to Customs Adminis trative bill wore non-concurred In and a confer enee ordered. The conference report on tho Oklahoma Town Site bill was agreed to. A bill was passed authorizing the Secretary of Wu to establish new harbor lines at Portage Lake, Michigan. A formal message having been re ceived from the Senate ynnounclng the death ol Senator Beck and Inviting tho House to be pres ent at the funeral services. . Mr, Brockenridge offered a resolution accepting the invitation and requesting the Speaker to appoint a com mittee to sot with the Senate committee at tbl funeral The resolution was adopted, sod la accordance therewith the Speaker appointed Messrs. Breckinridge, Holman, Mount, Bland, Batch, Wilson of Kentucky, Bonks, Dunnell and Butterworth as said committee, and the Hoaao, as a mark of respect to the deceased, adjourned, , Til Senate on the 7th passed the House bill authorising the Secretary of War to deliver to the State of Colorado the Dags carried by Col orado regiments during the Rebellion; also House hill to amend the act to divide Missouri Into two Judloial districts. The bill to transfer the revenue marine service to the Navy De partment was taken up and Mr. Cockorell addressed the Senate In opposition to the measure. Without action the bill was laid aside and the Senate proceeded to the consideration of the Senate bill authorising the issue of treasury notes on deposit of silver bullion. After a long debate, participated In by Messrs. Reagan, Blair, Aldrlch and others, a motion to go Into executive session prevailed, and when the doors reopened the Senate ad journed. ...The House spent the day In Committee of the Whole considering the new Tariff bill. Mr. McKinley opened the dobate on the Republican slds and explained at length the more Important pro visions of the bllL He snldlf the bill should become a law the revenues of the government would be reduced KO.OUO.OOO to W0,000,00u, Mr. Mills followed In opposition to the bill, and the debate was continued by Messrs. O'Donnell of Michigan, Stewart oi Georgia, and Ellis of Kentucky. When the committee rose the House adjourned. TBI Senate oa the Sth took up the House bill providing for tho classification of worsted cloths as woolens. After a long debate, participated la by Messrs. Faulkner, Uorman, Oray, Aldrlch and others, a number of amendments ware voted on and rejected and the bill Anally passed as It was reported yeas IB, Days 80. The Pension Appropristlon bill (appropriating (or the next fiscal year 197,0110.761) was taken up and Mr. Sherman and Mr. Washburn offered amendments to lnoreaae the number of pension agents. No quorum voting, the Senate ad journed..... The House, In Committee of the Whole, continued consideration of the Tarlfl bill. The measure was supported la speeches Sy Messrs. Bayne, Burrows, Btmonds, Klnsey and Stockbrldge, and arguments In opposition were made by Messrs. Dockery, Flower, Cooper, Pierce, Brookshlre, Enloe and Btewert. The session of the Senate on the 9th was de voted to discussion of the Pension snd Army Appropriation bills. When the Pension bill came up, Mr. Bherman's amendment In creasing the number of pension agents from eighteen to twenty, led to a lively debate, but was Anally agreed to and the bill was passed. The Military Academy Appropri ation bill was then taken up and passed. The Army Appropriation bill Was then taken up. Mr. Hale moved an amendment to the bill pro viding that no liquors, beer or wine be sold oi supplied to enlisted men at military posts. Mr. Oockntl moved an amendment to Mr. Hale's amendment auik Ing out beer and wine, and for lack of a quorum no vote was reached on either and the Benate adjourned.... The House passed the bill granting a pension to Mrs. Delta T. Pornell. with an amendment making the rate of pension av) per month; also the Senate btu Increasing to I7i a month the pension to the widow of Major General Ayres. Tbe Hauas thea went Into Committee of the Wools oa the Tariff bill, which was discussed during the re mainder of the day and at the evening session. DOMESTIC At Freoport, 111., on the 7th young man named Clark, who bad been court ing Miss Mclntyre, daughter of wealthy parents, proposed to ber, and when aha rejected him shot ber In the chest lis than blew out big brains. Tbe girl will die. The Delaware Prohibition convention at Dover on tbe 8th wag attended by only thirty-nine delegates, but tbey nominated a State ticket and adopted long platform. O'Do.iovak Rossa, who was recently convicted In New York, of criminal libel, was fined 9100. . The bodies of Are ' victims of the Johnstown (Fa.) Bood were found by workmen on the Sth in the' "Fifteenth and Sixteenth wards. Two of them were mother and ebUd clasped lb each otber'i srtns. . ... A, STKAur.H belonging to tbe Well Stone Mercantile Company,' engaged In hauling a raft of logs, blew np In Sandy Lake, near Saul tite. Marie. Mich., on (be Sth. Four shew were killed. yw..i Janks MoikiasT Habt,- prefaaeor .'of modern language at tbe University of UlnuinnaN, baa Been appointed to the half of rhetoric and English philology recently established at Cornell univer sity. , . At Bordontown. N. J., on the 8th the jury in tbe case of Mrs. , Vandegrlft, iibarged with , administering croton oil, to her son, Frank C Norman, wWb la tent to kill him In order to secure the -nsurance money on bit life, rendered a verdict of guilty. At the annual meeting of the Ameri can liable Society In Mew , York on the ith, reports showed that cash receipt for general purposes for tbe year bad wen SSDT.AttS. Also f4i5,Sl . bad been received for permanent. Investment l-he disbursement bad been ,M. ArKoston, Mass., James Dolan'and ,)ennle tIleara, burglars, were each lentenoed to twenty-five; years' Impris onment on tbe 8th under. the habUeal riminal act Dolan is tbe convlot.wbo iy eating soap simulated consumption and was pardoned by Governor Butler "rom State prison only to" renew bis criminal career as soon as lilierated. Bt tbe falling of a now stack at tbe Braddock (Pa.) wire mill on the Sth four Greeks were Injured, two of them fatally. , -v- Joim D. Da vie, fire boss, and William Morgan, a miner, were fovnd dead be cause of fire damp In tbe mines of the G,lberton (Fa.) colliery en the 8th. Trii strike ol tkjf coal Xilners ol Northern illlnoji, which. bas kept 10,000.. men Idle for the' past month;' has been settled. 'A circular ha been' issued by the exeoutWe committee of tbe National Minors' Union ordorlng the man to re turn to work on the 12th, and It is ex pected on that day all the mines In Illi nois will resume operations with a full force'of men. Thb King's Daughters and King's Sons, in annual meeting at New York on the 8th, determined that the organ izatlon should be. maintained non-seo-tarian. The New York World publishes wht purposes to be an expose of extensive frauds in tbe construction of tbe new Croton aqueduct Tbe work left undone and charged for is stated to amount to 810,000,000. Tnit Episcopal Diocesan convention in session at Charleston, 8. C, on the 8th adopted an amendment excluding colored members from seats on the floor, with a proviso that the only presont col ored member shall retain his seat until his privileges are lost by doath or resig nation. The convention, however, re tains the power to admit colored dele gates at any time. Buief and simple funeral services were held In the First Presbyterian ohurch at Lexington, Ky., on the 8th, over tbe remains of the late Senator Beck, previous to final Interment He was burled beside his wife and daugh ter. Mrs. Corcoran, within the shadow of Henry Clay's monument and close to the graves of John C. Breckenrldge and Oenoral John H. Morgan. At San Franolsco on the 8th leorge C Piatt the employe of the California Insurance Company who shot and wound ed L. L. Bromwell, president of the company, last July, was acquitted. SwrrT Co., of Chicago, nave sueo, the Erie railway for 8200,000, the Chi cago 4 Grand Trunk for $100,000 and the Grand Trunk of Canada for iiou.oou, for allowed breach of contract in refer ence to shipments of dressod beef. At New York Judge Fitzgerald has dismissed tbe two indictments for brib ery against James P. Keatlng.ex-warden of Ludlow street jail, and Deputy Sheriff David MoGonlgal, on the recommenda tion of District Attorney Fellows, the plea being that tbe indictments were Insufficient The New York Court of Appeals bas banded down a decision in tbe case of Dllworth Choate, the New York re porter, affirming the Judgment of the courts below sentencing him to Impris onment for contempt of court in connec tion with tbe Flack case. Tub Pennsylvania Railroad Company bas contributed a large sum, said to be 8375,000, to the world's fair committee of Chicago. The vouchers for tbe amount were made out at the general office or the company in Pittsburgh on the Sth, and the world's fair committee notified that the money could be drawn upon at any time. At the general, conference oi mo Methodist Church South in 8t Louis on tbe 9th. it was decided, after a long dis cussion, that the laity are. entitled to vote at all church trials, f Ex-State Tiieani'iirr Ahoiier, of Maryland, baa been Indicted by the grand Jury for malfeasance In office. Bubinkhs failures occurring through out tbe country during the seven days ended May 9 number 200, as compared with 211 the previous week. For tbe corresponding week of last year the figures were 227. A thii'U tragedy occ u rrod at si azeppa, Minn., on the (Kb, the principal of which was Constantino Sbacffcr, a farmer liv ing at Chester. He killed his wife and child, after which he onded bis own life. Temporary Insanity Is the supposed cause. Masuby tt Sods' paint works and the Atlantlo starch works at Brooklyn, N. Y., were burned on tbe 9th, causing loss of 8100,000; fully insured. W. II. Pope, tbe defaulting bank toller of Louisville, Ky., was captured by de tectives near Dulutb, Minn., recently, on board a boat bound for Canada. Pope wu teller of the Louisville City Na tional Bank, and absconded last March with about 140,000 of tbe bank's funds. Tee Simpson dry-dock at the United States navy yard In Brooklyn, . i., was opened on the Sth in the presence of several hundred visitors. The dock bas been in course of erection about two years and a half and cost over half a million dollars. The New York Supreme Court ren dered a decision on tbe 9th reversing tbe Judgment of the special term in equity that Qeorge nice, or Marietta, O., was entitled to the rights of a share holder In the Standard Oil trust because of bis having become possessed by pur chase of certain trust certificates. The Washington Shoe Company, of New Jersey, ha failed for 175,000. The schooner Mary Ellen, from Mo bile, Ala., for Benlcla, Fla., eapalsed during a gale on May 8 and two of the crew were swept away. After clinging to the wreck twenty-four hours the rest ef the crew were rescued in an ex hausted condition by a passing vessel and landed at Apalacbioola, Fla. The New York Legislature adjourned sine die on the 9th. . The Erie oanal tonnage for tbe first week of navigation, lWQ, is 282,465, against 100,228 in 1800. The Postal Telegraph Cable Company bas Increased it capital stock from five to ten millions David Utokks, a Rockingham County (N. C) colored man, recently struck at a eat, when tbe enraged animal flew at klm and fastcnod its teeth In bis wrist Tbe cat held on so tenaciously that 1U head bad to be severed before it grip oould be relaxod. Stokes was taken sick at onoe and soon died. J, A. 4 T. JocvKT, wholesale and re- tall dealers in thread, silk twist but tons, etc, at Cincinnati, bave made an assignment Liabilities, 810,000; assets about half that amount 1 -TwEMTY-riVE business and dwelling bouses on Main street Grove City, re., were destroyed by Or on tffo 0th, en tailing a la of ftS!,,0tt0. Insurance light i At Ilarrlsliurg, Pa., on t'.io Vth a writ ef quo warranto was Isiuod, returnable Msy 19, requiring, tbe American Life Insurance Company to show cause wby it buslnom should be closod. - .' mt ' '--' f Reports rcBelvedby thejllllnols 8 tat Department-bf Agr&uUdro show the kma of winter heat Icatrovedtb? floods and fly' wlll'i "reach1 thirty-eight per oent of the area seeded last tall. Throughout the state tne condition oi tht crop Is fifty-five per cent short of an average crop.. r . , -. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. 05 the 6th, by a vote of 1 to 8, the New York Senate Judioiery Committee postponed i Indefinitely tbe 'Curtis bill abolishing - capital punishment, thus killing the bllL The New York Assembly on the 7th passed a bill making liable tbe furnisher of wilful libel to a newspaper. Tub Illinois Republican State conven tion will meot at Sprlngflold, June 24. Dr. Joskpii R. Cumminos, president of tbe Northwestern University at Evanston, 111., died suddenly on the 7th from heart disease The concurrent resolution proposing a prohibition constitutional amendment has passed the New York Assembly by a vote of 96 to 44. Ex-Speaker Carlisle has declared his candidacy for the seat made vacant by tbe death of Senator Beck, TnE following nominations of officers for Oklohoma Territory were sont to the Senate by the President on the Sth: For Governor, Goorg W. Steele, of Indiana; Supreme Court officials: Edward B. Green, of Illinois, Chief Justice; Abra ham J. Seay, of Missouri, and John B. Clark, of Wisconsin, Associate Justices; Warren 8. Lorty, United States Marshal; Horace Speed, United States At tor nor. Miss Lily Rosecraks, daughter of General Rosecrens,' was married at Washington City on the 7th to Governor Toole, of Montana. The wedding was private, only General Rosecrans and a few intimate friends of the bride being present The annual competition for the iioyis- ton prizes for Harvard students in de clamation was held In Cambridge, Mass., on the 9th. The first prizes were won by W. E. B. Dubois, '90, and H. E. Bur ton, 0. Mr. Dubois Is a negro. Henry L. Hoocet, president of the Immigrant Savings Bank, New York City, died on the 9th. . ... FOREICN. As official statement Issued on the 8th shows that the revenues of tbe United Kingdom for the year ended March 81 were 89,804,810 and expenditures 86,- 088,814. ' Fifty-two Anarchist bave been ar rested at Barcelona, Spain. Documents seized at their residences reveal plans for destroying railways with dynamite and for setting fire to factories. A Montreal (Can.) dispatch says that no doubt remains but that the Longue Polnte asylum fire wu started by an in cendiary and that It was the work of one of the crazy patients. The fire originated in a bath room. There were no fires near the spot and tbe only ex planation is that tbe fir was it ted by one of the inmates. t , It bas been discovered tJj'',rl$e stfms of money have 'been CTbuustlea In the customs department at Buenos Ayres. The loss to tbe government by these embezzloment 1 placed at $10, 009,000. Bkoinnino with the fiscal year July 1. 1890, the Mexican Government will place a duty on all ore exported to tbe United States from that country, allow ing bullion to oome over free. A sensation has been eaused In Rus sia by tbe discovery that large and sys tematic theft of bomb and shells from the magazines at Snbnstopol havo been going on. Numerous employe at the magazines have boen arrested. LATKR. A CTCUnk struck Pleasant Valley township, Kan., oa the 10th, causing much destruction of property and loss of life. The bsrn of Joseph WllU was torn to pieces and his sixteen-year-old son Instantly killed. Frank Gllddan'a house was twisted into fragment and hi wife and an Infant child killed by flying timbers. Mr. Glldden and a serv ant girl were seriously hurt At Buffalo, N. Y., on tbe 11th the boiler of a switch engine on the Lehigh Valley railroad exploded with terrifle forco, Instantly killing Ifrorge Pearl, engineer, and Honry Connor, fireman. The bodies of the unfortunate victims were blown hundreds of feet away, and the engine wu shattered into frag ment. The cause of the explosion is unknown. ' i , - i . Tux school coritnittre of Providence, R. I., on the 10th adopted a revision of it by-laws which banishes th Bible and devotional , exercises from the city schools and restrict tbe application of corporal punishment 'o -av in which tbe parent Consent is oiitMnca. JtiDoc A. II. HjtRitv who held the Office of associate Justin of the United State .Supreme Conrttcr the Territory of Dakota for eight years, (Mud at hi home In Dolavaa, nla,, on thu 10th, aged suventy-thxeo yoars. The twelve contract laborers who re cently arrived at New York oa tbe steamer Mansdam for tho n rpose of taking tbe places of striking Chicago carpenters, weie returned to Europe oa the 10U in the neamer Amsterdam. ! Th Bennte on the 10th took ip the Army Appropriation bllL lbs pending- questions t u apt a Mr. Hr le'- amendment pmvldlrif that no alcoholic H'l'K'M. beer or wine, shsll be sold snd supplied to enlisted men In snr canteen ot building In a irnrrlsoa or mllllsry post; and Mr. Coekrell's kmeidmeul to It, tilklns out ths words "beer nr wine " Tie Utt r amendment was disagreed to j-tus IS, nar K Mr. Hale's amendment was then agroed to and the bill was passed. Amrmx the bills take from the elsndar and passed won the following: House bill to emend the law as to ports of deliver In the dle'rirt of Michigan; Benate bill appropriating ilj uo lor s trm launch for the onlliK'tlou Ulstiirt of HiiRrt Bound. The Senate thi-n trek up the Individual pension bills on ths r ilomlitr and passed all of Uiero (IK.) in an hour and s half. After a executive sosslon tbe Senate ail)uumrd....Tl Bouse. In Comirttte of the Whole, spent the ilnjr n consideration of the Tariff bill. Mimr. Lnnhani of Teias, McAdoo of Mew Jersey, Hrrltiger o' Illinois, Mel. ae of Arksusiis, Msnsur of Hlf-scU'L Uaius of Georgia, Andre ct Mas ihq.etts and Unm znlug of New York' male xpecel-ct la I p; ohI, tlon to tbn measure, sn i srjnim ti .s In lis sup port who ui Kie br Messrs, L 'mlotte of Wio. eonala. u.okIcj of llul"e. (;ro v..ir of t.m'u, Henderson of lows, Ul'.ss of Mkh'.gin, i aj Wade o! ilulno. 'NEEDED - ABNEGATIONS. I i ' The i CosiDlotlnc Soelnl and Professional ! Vatles V Women, p T.vAV. Iligginson, in Harper's Bazar, recently disoussed tbo important ques tion of tbe conflicting social and pro fessional-, duties "of : women.;. Among other pertinent thlnifa he says: On of the most eminent -women phy- slolans in America, when I asked her how she oould possibly combine her profession- with' her . duties tor hen Tounff children proved to aaa thai her profes sional calls and office hours did not, all told, take so much ot her time from these little ones as was given by other ladles similarly placed to what thoy con sidered their social duties. "But," she said, "In order that I may do this, those social duties must be absolutely ignored. I do Ignore thorn; but I give a great deal of offense by so doing. Were I a man, I should not be asked to combine them." In tbe same way a remarkable woman who carried on a large factory in a New England town with the greatest sucoess told mo that the strain on hor was much greater than if she nod been a man, be oauso, although she had no children, she wu expected to keep bouse, to tend sick neighbors, even to watch with tbcm at night, u IT she hod no other duty. I see no relief for women who feol themselves bound to some work in compatible with their usual feminine occupations except to "make their oholoo 'twlxt this and that," as Emerson says, and forego the ono or the other. Nor is this tbe end of their needed ab negations. No one can employ women in any industry of a high grado without seeing that they are still embarrassed by what in thoir former more sheltered life were thoir virtues the shrinking from initiative, the habit ot minute economies, of self-abnegation in little things. It is my experience, for in stance, that in sending a young man to do a day's literary work in another town, when his expenses are paid, ho needs no instruction u to having a com fortable lunch, giving the neoessary timo to it, and taking a cab or carrlago to save time or avoid a wotting; where- vs such duties bave to be laboriously impressed upon a woman; and, after all, (ho usually goes a whole day on a cup of tea, and gets bor foct wot by walking where sho should rldo. She is also less ready to meet an emergency by inde pendent action, not for want of readi ness, but from long habits of self-distrust All these are drawbacks that must be cleared away if womon are to compete with men in what hu hitherto been mens solo work. v not nor it is best that thoy should so compete is not now the question; for tbe Bureau Jf Statistics shows it to be already settled. THE SCHOOL-BOY'S CAPER. now a Youthful Criminal Sav4 Blinwlf from farther Pwauhment. He had committed some high crlmo or misdemeanor against the dignity of his preceptor and the peace and propri ety ot her domain, says the Pittsburgh Dispatch, and tbe sontonoe wu tnat ne should stand apart from Els follows for a oertaln space of time in a conspicuous place. The criminal of ten summers, more or loss, took his stand, therefore. In tbo spot designated, beside tbe black board in a corner of the room. The board stood at an angle whlob mado its faoe risible to the scholars but hid it from the teacher. This fact the young soapegTaoe soon observed, and as an ex pression of bis feellaf and lawless oon tempt for tbe government, be wrote upon the blackboard In good big lottera tbl expresaivo monosyllable: Dam. j i The elut broke into smile and titter at once. The teacher, at a toss for the cause of tbl new llsturbanoe, lookod at the prisoner in the pillory. He wu solemn a to visage, still , and 1 composed. For a moment th j teaobor turned to her book again. In , tbl interval the lnoorrigibl youth by I tbe blackboard rapidly oaloulated what course event were likely to take. K he rubbed out th obnoxious word, be masoned, some one la th elas would be nr to reveal to th teacher what It bad been.- Th laughter of th children was growing more boisterous every aeo ond; discovery ef the Inscription wm In evitable any moment. He decided t onoe,and added two words to the original legend, so that when the teacher exam ined the board a moment later she read this harmless sentence " e A Watbb Dam. ' The court 'guessed what Jngglery had taken place, but wpon 1 tbe erldenee there was noway toeenvlot th prisoner ef oon torn pi. Bat the court had a fear ful trnggl to keep a tralght faee. ' Aasweresl sWO-Can. '' Oo Williams, la Chleago Tribune: ! waaen the stair in a eertala town o night, and, looking ever t aodlenee, I saw a man in a prominent seat with owe of his feet oa the bf k of the chair front of htm. It annoyed me, bet I didn't like to point bins out I tried ruse. Taking a slip ef paper front my pocket I lookod at It oloasly and then said: "There is a messenger In tho foysr with a telegram addressed to- I ean't moke out th name but be' from KUsourL" In about on second the obap who had bung out hi foot u a sign arose and walked out to tbe foyer. But he didn't come bank. 1 A riwtry TfcT plselpated. One often read patbetle torie' of pet bird that dl simultaneously with, or shortly after; their child owners. It sounds pretty, but the simple pros of tbe matter often is that tbe owners In footed the bird. . Canaries and ofbor songsters will catch scarlet fever, mesales, diphtheria or almost any other hnman disease, and if left in the sick room they are almost nre to be infected. Pee cat and small dogs, too, are ofteo sacrificed in the same way, fend in their oaae there Is ld the risk that they will go out and beoome the unwitting U trument of disaominating disease. 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