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THE ENTEEPRISE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1890.
A 4 jr f I Ills Course in Ucjjard to tho Sil ver Bill Sustained A FATAL COLLISI Singular Accident oh a Southern Kallroad. BUver Men Fall to Defeat Its Eefer euco to tho Committee on' Coinago. Engineer, to Avoid Crashlnir Into a Froight Train, KevaroC3 His Machlno Bellevod That Th.li Is n Snook-Oat for the Frlund of Treo and Unlimited Coin age., WAsniNQTos, June 23. Thore was a buzz of earnest convocation In the House whon tbe Spoalcor called it to order Saturd-.y. The littto knot of Dem ocratic loadora 'wore gaiherod around Mrt Bland's scat and It waaovtdont that a plan of action was bolng mapped out The Speakor announood Immediately after the Journal had baon approved Without objootlon that tho ponding question was a motion to rooonslder the vote on tho motion to lay on tne taoie the appoal of Mr. lV.und from the de cision of tbe Spoalcor t'lut Mr. Bland's resolution providing for the considera tion of tho Sanate Sllvor bill was out of order. Af tor a -short controversy It was de cided that Mr. McKinloy's motion to lay Mr. Bland's appeal on tho table was In order and the yeas and nays were or dered. Before the vote was announced most of the' Democrats who had voted withdrew tholr votes. The result was yeas 14(1, nays 45 and the appoal was laid on the table. Tbe Speaker then inauo a long state ment concerning his action in referring the Silver bill to tho Omirulttoe on Coinage, Weights and Measures and the subsequent proceedings in the House In jj regard to that action, f n conclusion he announced that the bill had been re ferred according to the rulos of tbe Committee on Coinage and an appeal could be taken from that roforonce. Mr. Townsend, of Colorado, a Repub lican, made a vigorous protest against the reference of the bill to tho Commit tee on Coinage. No opportunity had been given, he said, to ofTor amend ments while tho bill was under dobate in the House. He thought that if the bill went to the Committee on Coinage again that free coinago would bo killed. His constituency looked on demonetlzv tlon as an infamous crime. Messrs. Morrow, of California; Uartlne, of Ne vada; Herrmann, of Oregon, and Carter, of Montana, all Republicans, followed in the same vein, each protesting against the reference of the bllL Mr. Conger, of Iowa, said that he would promise again that the bill should be reported baok to tbe House at the earliest possible momonb. The com mittee had not been unfairly consti tuted by the Speaker. "far. Connell, of . Nebraska, said he did hot see why this hould be made a narty Question. The debate having olosed, Mr. McKlnley moved to table Mr. Bland's appeal from the Speaker's decision sending the Sil ver bill to the Coinago Committee. The ' - yeas and nays were taken, resulting yeas 144. nays 117, So thai appeal was laid on the table and the bill was to (erred to the Coinage Committee. - - -The following Republicans voted with ' the Democrats against Mr. McKinloy's motion: ' Messrs. Bartine, Connell, De Haven, Hermann, Kelloy, Morrow, Townsend and Funston.'; The' Demo crats who voted with the Republicans in favor of the motion were: Messrs. Buckalew, Dunphy, Fitch, Gelssen helmer, Malsh, MoAdoo, Mutohler, O'Neill, of Maasaohusettsj-Qulnn, Wiley tad Btahlneofcor. ' Oharfad With OTerUaalne; Stoeh. TJ.w York. June S3. A. IL Mann and James T. Nelson, respectively president : end auditor of the New York & Sea Beach Railroad Company, were arrested yesterday on complaint of Frank Clan cimjno, who ohargos them with overis suing stock of the Clanolmlno Towing and Transportation Company, of which they are officers. Mann and Nelson gave ball. They assert that the charges are . tusoleis and that Clanlolmtno brought the action out of revenge for being ousted from the position of manager of the company. ' Wanamakar Ilm Telegraph Tolls. WAsnixoTON, June 33. The Postmas ter General has fixed tbe rates for Gov ernment telegraph messages for the fis cal year beginning July 1, 1890. The rains arc ezaotly tbo rates of the pres ent fiscal year, which are much less than those of the previous yoar. The West era Union . has refused to accept these rates, and as yet has rocelved bo pay for , the messages sont during the present fiscal year. . They Intend t bring the matter before the Courts. , f ' . 1 And the Hoge Slats of Iron Daihee Into an Exproaa Train, Killing One 1'aMonger and Injuring Half Doxen. BmuiNouAU, Ala., June 23. One por son was killed and several badly in lured on the East Tennessoe, Virginia & Georgia railroad at Calera Sunday morn ing by an accident whloh happened in a very poculiar manner. The engine of a Dassenirer train had been dotached from the oars and atarted from the ooal shute, , three-quarters of a mile away, leaving the oars standing on the track. The engine had gone but a short dis tance when the engineer saw a freight train coming down the track toward him. The engineer, seeing that a col' llsion was inevitable, reversod his en gine. He then jumped from his engine. olosely followod by his fireman. The froight engine struck the passen ger engine with full force and the col lislon openod tho throttle of the passen ger enirlne, which without any ocoupans started back toward tbe train. It was coins- fortv miles an hour whon it struck the Dassenirer train. An express car and a Dassenirer coach were complotoly wrecked. A negro nurse employed by 0. M. Reynolds was instantly killed, the Infant child of Mr. Reynolds severely injured, Mrs. Abnor Pothor, wife of the conductor of the train, badly hurt and several other Dassongers moro or less bruised. UNDEIC A CAlt SHED. Opening of a Tark Near Indianapolis At' tended by a Had Accident. Indianapolis, Juno 23. Botwoon five and six thousand people wore presont Sundav at tbe opening of Fairviow Park, six mllos north of this city. During the aftornoon a terrible wind and rainstorm came up from the northwest, and a large number sought sholtor undor a car shed. While thev woro thus huddled together a vlolont trust of wind lifted the shed from tbe to the southeast, ground and sorlously injuring five per sons. The injured are: Noah Fisher, colorod lad, skull frac tured and shouldor injured; Mrs. May MoKay, badly bruised and unconscious from fright; Miss Jonnlo Miller, hoad chest injured; Mrs. Clark, seriously In- lured about tbo hips; Mrs. D. A. Myers, wife of councilman Myers, limbs bruised and baok sprained. The lnlured were Drougnt to tne city and reoolved medical attention. Fisher is regarded as in a very dangerous con dition, but the others are not supposed to be fatally hurt ImTTJ f . I i. fjv l l.i IT- Of Congress Favored by soma Legislators. ' AoyU - 1890 The Oldest Furniture Store in town, : Having had 36 competitors and sitll lives. Furniture of all designes can be had at our rooms at living prices. Undertaking attended to with the usual rumor currout ac wo v'nyiiui rmi " 1 j. i i -r-i -- .. member of the Republican majority in promptness, accompanied bv a Funeral Di- the House of Representatives will pre . 7 J A Enmorcd That tha Tariff Bill May Fall of Passage In tbe Senate. Chamberlain's Ey. and Bkin . . Ointmenf. . -. . certain cure for ThmniV a Eyes. Tetter, Salt Bheum, 8ca)dHU Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores Ecie ma, Itch, Prairie Pcratches, Sore Nl pies and piles. It is cooling and sooth. log. Hundreds of cases have bees cured by it after all ether treatment naa railed. 85 and 60 cent boxes for sale by Fred D. Felt Druggist. Iy33t33 Several Menatort Oppo a the MaaanrerPar. tloalarlv Maura, Jngalls and numb Speculation! on the Sit nation. VVasuihotox. June S3. There Is a rumor current at the CiDltol that a RECTAL DISEASES Dr. A. E. Elliott's Method of RECTAL Treatmen PERMANENTLY CURES Piles, Fistula in Ano, Fissure in .fl.no, rruntis.or itching piles nuu xveciai u icer without the Knife, Ligature or Cautery. Competitor No. 36 Still on Deck. - . ,w. mi IUOUHUOO . . . , - ' , I owing to its undernunini the svav. After passing through the ordeal of tearing tem before its victims reKtheS Newes Repairing a Specialty. A. Q. &. L. COUCH, t Fnniiture Store in Lorain County ! sent a resolution proposing an adjourn.' mont of Coneress at an early day. Suoh a resolution would be introduced witn- out party sanction, for It Is tbo Intention of the Republican leaders ol Dotn nouses, If possible, to send a tariff bill , to the Presidont bofore adjournment Tbe comment of Mr. Blaine on the tariff bill which has boon quoted so wldoly, ana the remarks mado by Senator Plumb and other Republican Sonators in publlo debate concerning the measure now pending In the upper house, make It evident that however near a unit the Republican party may be on the ques tion of passing a tariff bill, It is certain ly not a unit on the provisions of tbe portod from the Sonate Committee on QOWn and building We are establishea again in danger, the absence of pain being Financo" OUT n ROT fin ftrtjara nnfv due to the scarcity of nervoa. in T!?L TT'S TnWpVPnnV'Q TITTaTTMTrqS that portion of the rectum mostlt Dili ana it is uoiioveu vu. " Tn Ir-nnnr tttV. .--.,- V.-- , V,,, l,n nVA-Mt an1 tholr votes will w -j--vv wuoio bJLicjr .au uu.y mo .ucacoii; aixA IT'S OUR BUSINESS Symntoma of Pofol m-o tf. JT - - WWVMA WIVUi rain or weakness acrosH Inwnr cbarires are not made be cast acralnst it. Senator Ingalls par- At. H.lik tl. flirtit inr rA.nlnntlnn viuuimij, " t, . j , . . . , , -- ,i "cq.udoo Heroes lower now ponding in his Stato, is imeiy to uy WU1U HJLIU HUb lU CUUVIUCO YOU IWXli WU StJU tUl portion Of back. nffn - be rather indepondontof party demands, kfofls Qf furniture kidney troubles, burning in rnfnm Friends of tho Kansas senator nave - fv.i V - ,one so far even as to predict that no AS LOW tS' "!!?S S f. 1 ".V i lZ mT. As any other store in the county. Our stock is discharge nZ7ruZ::vl titlon noithcr Senator Ingalls nor Bena- large ana COmpieie, ITOm a WOOa-Seai CUaiT X0 a Bometimes attended With spplls of tor riumbbas been committed. There fine, Upholstered parlor Set. diarrhoea, finally resulting in " r thould fail of this duty and Congress Ihould adjourn without sendin tc), to tho Exocutlve Mansion, 4o-f -.111 --11 rnirrnaa taireil Immediately in spociai sosswn to qo- . . U JN JJJt!jKTAJiiri U1 . cub-bo irom rectum, soreness tormlne this question. , i- , , -4.nr-. imrougn Dowels extendinc to fru. i. - ikni,i. in thnNnnatatxi.Lj.iLa uioiicuea. ll 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 um iiimineiiiciiLUi 1111. , . " i i . - cd - Biuuintu cauHinrr nVBIWnila in rDinfll-nf-omnnnfnll Iri-a fA,if Alll4-mnM I COrOniC QlftrrhOJa.Whfln thfl fUaAttQO uty ana wngress x ivtuio uauiuig ui au juuiu tu oiutbuoiwiucio, i. .lm, i , iSlS ffi "J!" J Lf hearty welcome, whether you wish X'lt is togethor again lo DUJ Or not. cured ; mucous and bloody dis- thou.bt in the Sonata I In all its branches, under the management of Mr. .Cor;s.7turnTdVarounS r-raK2M wno is a graduate of Clarke's school tm7y$Z .theast. the edge falling to the EiJa Of embalming. Day Or night Calls promptly at- terine inflammation suiting in of pressing the reciprocity amendment lenaeu 10, SHQ OUT DeSl eilOriS 10 pieaSO. Yours, HOYT & DENSCHOTEN. Tkraa Cblldran Baraed to Death. Wichita. Kan., June 93. Three ohll drea'of' John-Lober, a well-known , farmer ten mllos sooth of this olty, were bqaed (o doath Saturday Lober and bis 'wife left' them looked up in their bouse while they wont visiting neigh bors. During their absonoe the house took fire and the little ones, unable to eoape from the burning bouse, were onsomed with lk Their skeletons were found in tbe ashea. fK -.- -- ' l ftti lXk IVtaa tlif Jirh J ' Onfo.ee, une 13. Tbe seventh Amer ican Derby was won Saturday by George, V. nankins' bay oU Uncle Bob, sites one oi tbe prettiest races'. that has ever1 been run oh the Washington Park course. Owing to the heavy track the time was slow 3:5Mf. Santiago was ' aocond and Don Kingsbury third. The . winner was a heavy favorite in the bet ting, the best odds obtainable being four tonve. t DEATH IN A STORM. Larre Lota of Property at Omaha One . iaa Klllaa ana m Kumner injure a. .Omaha, Nob., Jane i3.-Betwoen eight end nine o'clock last night a severe eleotrlo storm, acoompaniod by wind and rain, swept over this olty. Cellars were flooded in various parts of town and muoh property destroyed by water. On Thirteenth street lightning killed a team of horses attached to a street iar. At 2013 Manderson street, in the north ern part of the city, the house of R. A. Jaeobson was struck. Jaoobson was killed and bis wife and children badly hurt At South Omaha the roof was blown off the Orand Central Hotel and the Interior floodod. A two-story house occupied by R. E. Kuhn was struck and burned. Mrs. Kuhn and two children were rendored unconscious by the shock and were rescued from tbe burning building by the firemen, who discovered them through the merest chanoe. Tbe damaire here and in the suburbs will reach $20,000. ' Weather Crop Bulletin. WAsniMOTOif, June 23. The weather erop bulletin for the week ending June 21 savs: Tbe crop conditions tnrougn out the Southwest, Southoast and the Ohio valloy were Improved by the favor able weather during tbe past week, ei eeptln some localities in the Upper Mississippi ana central umo vaueys, where hoavy rains caused temporary damaire. The harvest of wheat is In progress in Kansas, Southern Illinois and Southern Indiana. In the former State the crop is roported as fair and of (food quality., The condition of tbe corn otod Is much lmnrovod throughout the principal corn States. ' He Prohibition In Theirs. '' Omaua, Neb., Juno 21 An address of the State Ouslnosa Men's and Hankers' Association of Nebraska doelaros that in view of the results apparent from the attempts . heretofore . mado to enforce prohibition in neighboring States the inoornoratlon of such an amendment la the constitution of Nebraska will be in imlcal to -the best interests of the poo cle of the State and disastrous to bust Tbe aaaross is signed Dy to tbe tariff bill offered by him during the past week, in pursuance of the plan for nromotion of the trade with South ern and Central Amorican countries sug gested by tbe International conference and outlined In the latter of Mr. Blaine to the Presidont, which was made pub- tie Thursday. As this promotes a dls. tinct deoarture from the polloy ot the House and of the Senate Finance Com mittee In several important particulars, It is Ukelv to lead to extended debate. Bo the likelihood of an adjournment of Conoresa before SoDtembor seems to grow less every day. Cartlele's Bneeeaaor Kleoted. CoViNOToa, Ivy., June 23.- -A special election to obooso a successor to flu John O. Carlisle's unexpired term, la Congress was held Saturday in the Sixth Kentucky distrloU Tbe returns indi cate the election of Worth Dlokerson, the Demooratlo nominee, by 8,500 ma jority, lie has probably carried every county in the distrlot, although the vot ing everywhere was tbe lightest ever known. In some of the precincts tne Dolls were not even opened and In others the only ballots were cast ny tne judges and olerks. 1 The Republican candidate was J. Ralrden. ' i ' Suicide Cauaed by Jealousy. TnasToit, N. J., June 23. Hewitt Vaa Marter's body was found Sunday in tbe water power reservoir. Van Marter, who was olerk in a pottery, had been missing slnoe Wednesday. He was en eaeed to a prominent young lady and bis Jealousy of her led to suicide. When found one band and one log were uea together with a cord. A note found on bis body directed that 835 be paid to the Under of tbe corpse. There were also letters to his parents and those of the young lady. He was twenty years old. leucorrnoea and ulceration. Bend w uodi, u., for descriptive pamphlet. Will have something to say in this space next week. C. WILLAED, Examination and Consult tion FREE. WILL BB AT km Eouse 9 Wellington, U. Fromlla.m.tolp.m.. Third Thursday in each month. 'V DBUGcS, BOOKS, School Supplies, BLANK BOOKS AND DESK FURNISHINGS STATIONERY IN GREAT VARIETY AT J. W. HOUGHTON'S. Miscellaneous Books. Carleton's Poems. Red Line and Household Editions Standard Poets. Poems in Leather and Fancy Bindings. Late Works of Fiction and Travel. Bibles in Great Variety, Dictionaries and Cyclopedias. Diaries, Pocket-books and Card Cases. History, Biography, Lssays, Sets of cooks. Juvenile Books. Nearing the ImprUoned Miners. Ddkbab. Pa.. June 23. Mining engl neers Sunday afternoon completed an other survey of the Mahoning mines. Thev sav that the rescuers are on the rl.ht track and it is believed tne e tombed minors will bo reaohed to-day. The delay was caused by an Immense rook immediately on tbo line, itoyond r,o?7e kinds, and every variety of Goods found and It will require out a snort time to work through this passage, Two frightful Traedlae. BimiiNonAM, AbvJurio; CS.'--Cbarles Cato. white, suet 1 end I Ulea uaxie Mitchell, negro end his mistress, early Sunday morning. n aiwgnio ana men kilted hlmseU ' Wiiuans latum wit nessed tbe first tragedy and went to an other bagnio end i shot; nd Siortally wounded Mary Barnett, his mistress, Much theLargest and Choicest Stock, and the Cheapest ever shown in w euingion. GAMES. Optical and Art Goods. usually sold in a Drug and Book Store. ! Competent Druggist in attendance at all hours. Prescriptions and compounding a especially. nets enairs. -no auuruaa uinoonoj - .. " , hl. wi-. ji. over thousand, banker, and taM J KhfcHmet $f men Inibe principal Uwns of the State, , 1 .$ but neltner wnoiosaie nor re au liquor I , rranoaed uuai wtu oa iaa.' dealers are lnoluded.' JMrWVV& Ind-i Juoe.iSlThe , Steam Bert Slrlfcaa Flat and Sinks, j proposed daol .between Wilber s'Yint t .v xt vi t.,- oo tv, and Charles Bonson. whloh was to have W. I.Peck, of aglnaw, Mich., laden with lumber en route to Tonawanda, while passing through the draw of the International bridge Sunday jiorulng was drawn around by the ouiront and her broadside struck the pie; of the Swltebmea's Strike Nearly Ended. Cijivf.i.'axd, Juno 23. The Erie, Lake Shore and Big Four s'Jtohmon are all ' at work,' and the strike is over so far as thotte roads are concerned.' 'The Clever land & PitUbursh, Nlckle Plate, Valley and Clevoland, Canton A, Southern yard men are expected to return to work to- Cave-la of a TannaL Stkudrhvillc, 0., June 88. Satur day afternoon a bad oeve-in ooerred to) Oould's tunnel, on the Pittsburgh, Cin ' elnnatl 4. St Louis railway, six miles , west of this olty. Four .Italians en gaged In. repairing the tunjael were se f 1. brldge,,sklpg her Instantly. jr . "l v V-.' Hake la a Tail om .J Sax Fbancihco, June 2A. The direc tors of the California Athletic Clnb say there' vrtll bd" no postponement of tbo La Ulanohe-Mitoboll fight, fixed for tho 97th. despite the warning of the author ities. The club will, if Interfered with. fight the matter in tbe courts, making a test case of it. taken place Sunday, was spoiled lor want ot principals. The police shadowed Young, who loft tbe city, uenson went to the moetln place, but touad bo op ponent and returned In disgust' J Ben eon, tbe challenger, will be lndlotod by the grand Jury. . ' ' " 1 lo a PabUa Bar. ' ; Boston. June 23. In the oaae of T. 7. Connors, for keepings publlo bar, Judge Belden, ot the Roxbury Distrlot Court. decided Saturday tbat a saloon nttea with a soreen about the bar and where liquors were dispensed at a table is not a f-publlobar" and discharged Vhfi de- l.niltnt' , i "''.' I i . . 1 . Q 1 1 fendant. Villas a Swept by a Tornado. Liscoj-!, Neb., June 28. A special from Grand Island, Mob., says the little village of Sweetwater, Qftoon mllos dis tant, was swept by a tornado Sunday afternoon and not a. building Is lets ItaadlnoVNoono va killed, but a n be woti k i . ll 'i4j-l. J-v4 Creditors Oat Virtaaa Par Cant. Pht-adklpuu. . June- 23rBi the recent sale of real estate belonging to the bankrapt am at Ja. Cooke -Jt Cow about iioo.ooo Das oeen reauaea ana air. Harding, the trustee, thinks that there -rill be ci-n h to'piy f.Us (;wi;ors flf teoo pur cub 5 k M1' ' ' ''I '-i i :Kcej) Cool A''i'i'l ' -r -By using a . i Li : I u i u v- jr .. :, . j pm one, Vapor stove which ligtts like NATURAL GAS without smoke or . : - oaor. .. : .: City Mraket, Is the best place in the city to get strictly No. 1 Meats, and Sausage Fresh and Salted. Meat always clean. Attention alwa given. Pricesalwaysfalr. FRED ABBOTT. Successor to WDITNEY & ABBOTT Carpenter Block. Wellington,, 0 tcltntlflc.Commoa Beaat Treatment far Piles, aa all dlaaaaeief the Rectum and Anna, without tk ui ot knila 01 ligature. Rantly laterferlnf with the patient's ordinary dntlas and prattlcally aalnleaa. A. M. to 1:30 P. at. L. D. IIl'DMOW, M. ' SI ATWATEB BLDnCLETELAHD. t DILES llUtll. PRESERVATIVE. A thoroughlT laatad and wholnanme preparaUoa m arreatlii fermentallon, enabling one to haTe rtaoaparkluMreldarthejeararoand. Haaaeaaoa the market aiz rara, oi.d la Indorsed br Inoua aadiwhoharauiwd It ltthorou(hl7obuiea.aad Impart no f or-lga taata. Put up la boxes daa- ad for Kl and Kigali, paekatraa, ratal 1 1 n at St and 10 ota. Boat br daalvra, or aant by nail on oneenit a. prion. INkUN BRO'l, Pav-uucuna, Akrok, 0. oldtyF.D ett. cmoi: stiPESiS?. HALT Trfl COST of holstlnt saved tobtorAkeeperst Butehera, tanners, Maohlnlala, Builders, Contractors andoUiera. Admitted to ! the greet ait linnroTeinpiita KVKH made In. taekUitrtoeke. freight prepaid. Write ("IRON k ENOIM WKS.i KiUb. 1862. 10. broth BU ls-li) Detroit, -lcl- lor oalathciM I uuroN , u 8CK HEADACHE. ' . Loose's Bed Clover Pills Cur ; rV Ha-d-iha,- TVufit, Indltr!"" ' n stiirlnn : 9V iMr box ; 3 boxoa li Kor sale by Fred Felt. , 71 If-,' jr.