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-. . . ': -v V. THE ENTERPRISE. J B.8M11H, Proprietor . WELLINGTON. OHIO. Epitome of the Week. INTERESTINO NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL, ' The Senate pawed the House silver bill on the 17th by a vote of 4S to 25 with no amondment which declarra the standard si Ivor dollar and the ttandard gold dollar equally a legal tender (or ail debts, publlo and private. The bill (or admit ting Wyoming Territory as a State was re ported.... In the House the sundry civil appro priation bill and the bill (or the rollcf of the Michigan Military Academy were both passed. The tariff bill was reported In the Senate on tne lath and toe conference report on the antl trust bill was agroed to. Tbe legislative, cx ecutlre and Judicial appropriation bill was eon. stdorcd....In the House the Indian appropria tion bill was passed, and the silver bill, as amenaea dj tne bonate, was presented and re ferred. I the Senate bills were Introduced on the 19th to establish and maintain a National park in Colorado and appropriating 118,484 to com' plete and dedicate the monument to oommemo- rate the surrender of Burgnyne at Saratoga. Eulogies on the deceased New York Repre sentative Messrs. Nutting and W liber, were pronounced. An amendment was offered to the tariff bill authorizing the President to declare the ports of the United States open to the lm ports of any American nation whloh shall ex tend a like prlvilcgo to the United States. ...In the House tbe time was occupied In a wrangle over the disposition by the Speaker of the sil ver coinage bill, the Journal reading that the bill bad been re(erred to the committee on coinage. A resolution to correct the Journal and bring bock the bill from the committee was, after considerable sharp debate, agreed to ISO to 117. A motion to reconsider was then finally adoptcd-liil to 114-but an adjourn ment was had pending a motion to approve tbe Journal as amended. TBI post-office appropriation bill (M, 4(12,899) and tbe consular and dlplomatlo appropriation bill were reported in the Senate on tbe 80th and the legislative appropriation bill was passed.... In the House a motion to approve tbe Journal of Wednesday's proceeding at amended on Thursday was agreed to by a vote o( 13 to 19a A motion was then made that the House pro ceed to the consideration of the bills on the Speaker's table, and especially tbe silver bllL A point of order was made that the bill was sot on the Speaker's table, but In the hands of the committee on coinage, weights and meas ures. After some discussion the mattor went over for the day. DOME3TIO. . A camp of ten wblto mon near So pors, N. M., was surprised by Indians on tho 17th, and only ono escaped with his life. From statistics oompilod by Inspootor Williams it appeared on the 17th that in the last twenty years 110,853,719 tons of coal had been mined in Pennsylva nia. Tns sheriff of Rock County, Wis., on the 17th served a writ of mandamus on the school board of tbe city of Edgerton commanding it to compel teachers not to read tho liiblo in tho publio schools. This Is the district in which tho Su preme Court decided against allowing the Bible in the publlo schools, but teachors had Ignored the decision. Mator Patbick McQuade, of Jack sonville, Flo., was fatally assai-ltcd on the l'.th by City Marshal Wiggins, whom the mayor charged with neglect or duty. Owtn, tbe 13-year-old son of Dr. Bid dinger, who resldos in Clav townshla Ind., was killed on tho 18th by tho kick of horse. This was the fifth child of the doctor that had met death by vio lence. A cloud-dukst on the 18th near Ap pomattox, & D., flooded a large tract of country, ana thrro members of William McElroy's family and five members of Goorgo Wager s family were drowned. Large numbers of horses and cattle per lshod. fcar Lebanon a cyclone swept over sevorai miles of country, destroy Ing a numbor of houses and killing Val enune iiohn ana John English. DuitiNo tbe quarter ended May 81 there were 8,009 fires in Now York City, entailing a loss oi $1,393,723. John and William I)otar, aged about 14 years, twin sons of Kev. J. I). Do tar, were drowned In a bayou on their fa thor's farm at Woodbine, la., on the 17th while bathing. W. C. Alukktsox, a broker on the Chicago Bourd of Trade, fallod on the 17th for 50,000. A dishonest clerk causod the disaster. At Donvor, CoL, Aaron M. Jones, agod 80 years, one of tbe best known men In tho State, shot and killed his wife at tbe breakfast table on the 18th while temporarily lnsano and then com' mlttcd suicide. Yalb won the college base-ball cham plonshlp on tbe 18th in New York by defeating Princeton 6 to 5. Th three-mile race on Cayuga lake. H. Y., on the 18th between the elght- oareo. crews of Cornell and Bowdoln was won by Cornoll by four lengths la 17 annates so l-s seconds. J at Gould was fined flOO la New York on the 18th for falling to answer summons to serve as a Juror. At Providence, B. I, on the 18th the It3d commencement exercises of Brown University were held. At Wilkesbarre, Pa., Mrs. Thomas Butler concluded on the 18th that she would no longer be scolded by her hus band and she committed suicide by eat ing pans green. At Williamsburg, Ky., the wife and twin children of Cortland Brown, a prom inent merchant, were fatally struck by lightning on the 18th. Fou men were killed and three In jured la a collision between freight trains near Melrose, N. C, on tbe 18th. At New York on tbe 18th Harris Smller was sontonced to death by elec tricity during tbe week beginning Au TUSt 4. At tbe twenty-second annual conven tion ia Chicago on tbe 18th of tbe Junior Order of United Americans George B. Bertlett, of Massachusetts, was elected National councillor. Bhakkmk on the Heading (Pa.) rail road were notified on the 18th that they must leave the Order of Railway Brake men or quite the services of the com pany, A ctcxohb swept over Logan, Kan., on the 18th, and tbe new Episcopal oburoh was destroyed, many farm booses were wrecked and one man was killed. ' TBI business part of Harlem, Ma, bunr4 qn the 19 th. Thr town of Osceola, Pn., was flooded by a cloud-burst en' the' 18th' and -two women were drowned and many build ings removed front thoir foundations. A coac'i containing fit toon young la- aios went over an embankment near Jonestown, Pa., on tho 19th, and allsus' tained painful lnjurlos. At Peoria, 111., Katie Shohan, Frank Scott, John Gilbert and a man unknown were drowned during the twonty-four hours ended on the 19th. Tub first original package house in Lawrence, Kan., was opened on the 19th. The Women's Christian Tern peranoe Union declared they would tear the houses to pieces should others bo opened. On the 19th 150 Mormon immigrants reachod New York on their way to Salt Lake uty. Dr. W. J. Hammer, a dontist of Greensburg, Pa., while quarreling with his wife on the 19th was shot by her and mortally wounded. The 100th anniversary of tbe settle ment of Kaukauna, Wis., was colobrat- ed on tbe 19th. During a storm on the 19th several buildings wore destroyed at Highland, Wis., and nine-tenths of the bridges in Vernon County were, washed away and the crops badly damaged. At Sprlng ville a number of buildings wore wrecked. Tub Millers' National Association in session at Minneapolis on the 19th elected A. B. James, of Buffalo, as pres ident A PAT train collided with a freight near Atchison, Kan., on the 19th, and an engineer and eighteen horses were killed. Thr Illinois crop report on the 19th gave an avorage of about two-thirds for winter wheat. Spring wheat was good, and tbe area in oats was small. Boys confined in the House of Eef uge at Cincinnati set flro to the building on tbe 19th in ordor to escape, but the flames were extinguished before any damage was done. Fukthrr advices of the 19th say that eloven lives were lost in the recent cy clone and cloud-burst near Appomattox, in Potter County, a D. Tub Park National Bank of Chicago suspended payment on tbe 80th, with liabilities estimated at $350,000. WniLK drilling a well on tbe 20th at Indian Springs, Ind., a vein of gold was struck which was said to be 80 por cent, pure. In the country regions near Moberlv, Ma, creeks overflowed tbelr banks. bridges were swept away, fonces leveled and many small buildings carrlod off on the 20th. Trb town of Milaca, Minn., was swept by fire on the 80th and almost wholly destroyed. Alderman McAdeb and Michael J. Corcoran, accused of election frauds in Chicago, wore acquitted by a Jury on tbe 20th. At a meeting in Chicago on tbe 20th of the world's fair directors the lake front was declared to be tbelr profor ence as the site for the fair. A terkiiilb cyclone and cloud-burst occurred near Earlvllle, I1L, short! v after 4 o'clock on the afternoon of the JOtb, which rosultcd In terrlblo loss of life and property, no loss than thirty persons being killed and the wh'le sountry from near Earlvllle to Paw Paw, in Lee County, being marked with ruin. At least fifty farm houses and other buildings were wrecked., Ovor one-half the village of Sublette was destroyed ind ovor a bundrod persons injured. Paw Paw was ruined. A train on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad was wrecked near Cbllds, Ind., n tbe 30th, and tho engineer and fire- nan were killed and thirteen passes rers injured. Tub following persons wore hanged n the 20th: Joslah Potts and Eliza beth his wife at Elko, Nov., for tbe aurdor of Miles Fawcett In January, 1888; Peter E. Davis at Bollovllle, Ont. For tbo murder of bis paramour's hus band, and Frtta Dubois at Quebec for killing his wifo, mothor-ln-law and two shlldren ia February, 1890. Ueavt rains visited Northern Iowa Jn tho 20th, and tho small grain was badly down and much of the corn washed out Many bridges were also swept away. Tub village of Higbee, Mo., was on the 20th reported to have been de stroyed by fire. Otis Pennington, agod 14 years, shot and killed Elmer r Hamilton, a play mate, at Blandlnsvllle, I1L, on-the 20th for tying his clothes into knots whilo he was in swimming. Advices of tbe 20th say that a flood at Atchlnson, Kan., destroyed Ave of tbe largest railroad bridges in tbe olty, Iz large wagon bridges, eighteen dwelling bouses and other property, tbe total loss being estimated at 1200, 000. Titers were 199 business failures la tbe United States during the seven days ended on the 20th, against 212 the pre vious seven days. Bubolars cracked the safe of Louis M. Blller, a Kansas City bookmaker, on tbe 10th and obtained H100 in cash and jewelry. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL; The Arkansas Democrats met ia State convention at Little Bock on the lHh and renominated James P. Eagle for Governor. Joun J. McEluonb, oblef of the stenographers of the House of Repre sentatives, died at Atlantio City, N. i., on the 17th. Baron von Zedwitz, German Minis ter to Mexico, and Mlu Lena Caldwell, the heiress, of Washington, D. C, were married in Washington on the 17th. Ohio Democrat will meet in State convention at Springfield A '.gust M. Oct Turner, city treasurer of Aa- gdsta, Me., died on the 17th from brain trouble and self-imposed starvation. Tub following Congressional renoml- nations were madeon the 17th: Missouri, First district, W. H. Hatch (Dem.)i Seo- ond district, C. IL Mansur (Dam.). Ohio, SI i toon th district. James W. Owens (Dom.). Pennsylvania, Eleventh dls- trlot, J. A. Scran ton (Rep.). In the Thirteenth Illinois district the Prohibi tion Is U nominated R. W. Pat ton. Tua Pennsylvania Prohibitionists will hold their State convention at liar rlsburg August 24 THE ENTERPRISE WEDNESDAY, J VXE 25, r "' ' . " J i 1 C. C Shorter; of Snfaula, speakfr ot tire Alabama HodsToI Representatives, 4led on the filth'. j i. 7 The toilowlng Congressional nomina tions wore mado on the xsth: Illinois, 81xth dlstrlot, R. R. Hltt (Rep.) renom inated; -Ninth, H.- W.- Snow- (Dew.); Twentieth, W. & Morris (Dom.). Penn sylvania, Ton th disttlot,' D. F. Mafcee (Dem.); Twenty-sixth, - W. L. flcott (Dom. ). Vermont, Second district W. W. Gront (Rep;) renominated.' M i Thb North Dakota Republicans will meet in State convention at Fargo July 29. i Tub Maine Democrats will hold an other convention at Bangor on July 2 w nominate a candidate for Governor in place of F. W. Hill, dooeased. At the Prohibition convention at Columbus, O., on the 18th candidates for Congress were nominated in eight districts. A full State and Congressional ticket would be named. I Robert A. Ward, champion half-mile runner of the United States, died sud denly at his home In Hillsdale, Mich., on the 19th. i President Harrison's wife and narty ' arrived at their cottage at Cape May, i a. J., on toe win. I Tub Ohio Prohibitionists in eonven- ' tlon on tho 19th at Columbus nominated Rev. M. C Lockwood, of Hamilton County, for Secretary of Btato. The platform asks for free coinage of silver, servloe pensions, woman suffraire. a fair ballot, restricted immigration and Urn i itod ownorship of land. In the Eighth Illinois district Charles A. Hill (Rep.) was renominated for Con- I gress on tbe 19th, and John Heard . (Dem.) was renominated in the Sixth district of MissourL I Tub Vermont Republicans in State convention at Montpelier on tbe 19th , nominated Carroll S. Paige for Gov ernor. About 200 farmors, members of tho alliance, grange and other farmers' or ganizations, met at Indianapolis on the 19th and organised an Indiana Stato Leaguo for political purposes. . I Iue Iowa Democratio State conven tion has been called to meet at Cedar Rapids August 8. Thb following Congressional nomina tions were made on the 20th: Illinois, Seventh district, Thomas N. Hender son (Rep.) renominated; Iowa, Tenth district, J. P. Dolliver (Rep.) renom inated; Pennsylvania, Nineteenth dis trict, Frank E. Boltzhoover (Dem.). John CL Cviiran died at the home of his son in Scran ton, Pa., on the 20th, aged 104 years. FOREIGN. Mart Anderson, the noted American aotress, was married at London, Eng., on the 17th to Mr. Antonio Navarro, of New York. if was reported on the 17th that tbe ' ruanai naa reieasea an tne Europeans wbo were taken prlsonor by his forces In Egypt. Tna celling of a school-rocm at Ool- lub, Prussia, fell on the 18th, killing five children and injuring a large num bor of others. - An engine on tho Canadian PmIHo railroad ran into a creek thirty rrlos east of Toronto on the 18th, and, tbe five men on board of it wore all drownod. Fivb more deaths from cholera oc curred on the 18th at Puobla de Rugat, Spain. - The dlsesso was generally de creasing )n tho province of Valonoia. IIorors of fimisbei wolves wore on the 10th overrunning Austrian Gallcla. destroying thousands of sheep and many larger animals. In a number of cases men had been devoured. Trb town of Folso Mislye, in Hun gary, was burned on tho 10th and thou sands of families wore homeless. Ton persons were killed. LATER. . Tub President on the 81st appointed the following coirmlssionors-at-large to the World's Fair: Gaston W. Allen, of New York, In place of Edwin 1L Amml down, declined; William M. Llndsoy, of Kentucky, In place of Samuel W. Inman, declined. Mrs. Stuart Roiison, wife of tho well known comedian, died suddenly of heart diBoase at tbolr summer resldonce In Coh asset, Mass., on tbe 21sL J. E. Kinohijct, propriotor of the Continental Hotel at Philadelphia since 1883, died on the 21st lie had been in ill-health for several yoars. At Brazil, Ind., on the 21st Fred Miller and David Heller, furnace men engaged In blasting out tbe salamander in the oruclblo, were blown to pieces by a premature discharge of powder. At Blandlnsvllle, 111., on the tOth Otis Pennington and Elmer Hamilton, lads of twelve years, quarreled, when Pennington shot Hamilton through the bowels, death resulting in a few hours. Major IhaacT. Dououtt, the oldest marine officer In tbe United States, died at Poughkeepste, N. Y., on the list. He was appointed Major of Marines by Andrew Jackson and served forty years. Morris Dalt, cashier of the meter department in the Chicago waterworks office, is mlsstog. Uls account show a shortage or over (4,000. , Three children of John Lober were left locked up by their parents In their house ten miles south of Wlohlta, Kan., on tbe Slat, Tbe bouse took fire during the parents' absence, and the little ones were consumed with the building. . ' Thb Senate on the tlst took up the Bonse b: supplementary to th act of March S, I8HSL la rfefereno to bigamy, lit provides that all funds property lately belonging to the Mormoa ! ireb snail be devoted to the nse sad enure a tusu d aevotea to the nse benefit of the common school la that State.) After a few formal amendment tbe bill was passed without a division. Th Senate then proceeded to the oonsiderailoa of the bill to establish an ednoatlonal fund by applying the proceeds of the sal of public land and receipt from certain land srant rail road eompanle to tbe endowment and support I w vaiivew iwr uib auTmncflmrnt or science aao Industrial tdueatloa. Th bill was debated al length but went over wlucct action, and after a brief eieeutlve session the Senate adjourned. in to nous air. uiano, of Missouri moved U reconsider th vote by whloh th yeas and ay were ordered upon Mr. MoKlnley's motto to table hi (Bland') appeal from the deolilos of tbe chair declining to entertain bis motion to take the Sliver bill from th Speaker's ' table. The notion, was defeated 09 to ISO. i After a long debate a vote was Ukea oa Mr. I MoKlnley's motion to table Mr. Bland' appeal ' from the Speaker decision tending the BUvei bill to the Coinage Oommlttoe, resulting yeai 144, nay I IT. So th appeal was laid onthl table, and the bill stands referred to tbe OolB' eg Committee. The Hon then adjourned. MAljOdds Tbe most generally useful medicine Is Ayer's Fills. As a remedy for the various diseases of tbe stomach, liver, and bowels, these fills have bo equal,- Their sugar-coating causes them not only to. be easy and pleasant to take, but preserves tbelr medl- vuuu uucgniy ui bu cumaies ana for any rauouauio leugui oi tune, xne nest family medicine, Ayer's Pills are, also, unsurpassed iur mo we at travelers, soldiers, sailors, rameersv and pioneers. In some of the most critical eases, when all other remedlee nave lauea, t Ayer's Pills prove effective. 'In the summer of 1804 I was sent to the Annapolis hospital, suffering with chronic diarrhea. While there, I became so re- oucea in strength that I could not speak and was compelled to write everythlni I wanted to say. I was then having some 25 or 80 stools per day. Tbe doctors ordered a medi cine that I was satisfied would be of no benefit to me. I did not take It, but per suaded my nurse to get me some of Dr. Ayer's Pills About two o'clock In the after noon l took six of these pills, and by mid- mum oegan 10 icei better, in tne morning the doctors came again, and after deciding that my symptoms were more favorable, gave me a different medicine, which I did not use. vuiiuuk iour more oi uie puis instead. Ja next day the doctors came to see me, and thought I was doing nicely, (and so did I). I then took one pill a day for a week. At the ena oi that time, I considered myself cured and that Ayer's Pills had saved my life. I was then weak, but bad no return of the disease, and gained In strength as fast as could be expected." F. C. Luce, Late Lieut. soui negi. mass. vol. 1 man try. "Ayer's Pills are The Best I have ever used tor headaches, and they act like a charm In relieving any disagree able sensation In the stomach after eating." Mrs. M. J. Ferguson, Pullens, Vs. "I was a sufferer for years from dys pepsia and liver troubles, and found no permanent relief until I commenced taking Ayer's Pills. They have effected a com plete cure." George W. Mooney, Walla Walla, W.T. Ayer's Pills, raxFAais BY DR. J. a AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Bold by all Druggist and Dealer In Medicine. Tie Eid Am Sim PECULIAR to .1 Makes them the fashionable thine to wear. G. G. C. ia a popular Cleveland catch-word in every body's month. What makes it bo? Why, simply the fact that Grayes's Good Clothes combine good qual ity, good fit, good style and good make, to a most remarkable degree compared with common clothing. When we couple these distinctive features with the lowest living prices for honest garments, is it any wonder? READ WHAT WE WRITE. The farmer, the mechanic, the merchant, the minister, the man behind the counter or the mowing machine, the child at school and the young man in college or count ing room, all should study It means better clothes for less money. with perfect fit and fashion. No need for pinched parses to patronize "band-me, down" counts. No need of plethoric pocket-books to pay big bonuses to mer chant tailors. Graves's Good Clothes ad just themselves to all classes and condi. tions. Does it Bead Like a Ro mance P Well, the man wbo writes It has spent SO years In studying tbe popular want In economical dress. The man wbo writes It has won a wide reputation for Integrity, and he is prend of It. The man who writes it pledges bis word tbst Graves's Good Clothes are the best sod cheapest ever seen In Ohio. The man who write It promise no man SO dollars for ten, but gives rich and poor alike, dollar for dol lar, with do tricks nor sham reductions. This it tbe Euclid Ave. style of doing business. 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