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WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. 1894.
ANAKCIIY REIGNS. Federal Veterans Unable to Cope with the Mob. A Turbulent Day t Chicago-Martial Law May I Declared Got. Altgeld Re quells the President to Remove Federal Troop. The Preal (lent Refuses to Comply. Chicago, July 6. The only result of the conference between the mayor, council committee and the union offi cials yesterday was the establishing of the fact that the managers do not want to meet the strikers, which is consid ered )y President Debs as an indorse ment of the position taken by him, and the further decision that tho mayor and committee send a request in the name of the city of Chicago to George M, Pull in mi requesting that he return to Chicago and meet his men for the purpose of arbitrating and settling the strike in the Pullman shops. In this meeting the A. It. U., it is ngreed, will not be represented officially. If a con nent Ik gained the strike will be speedi ly settled, otherwise the trouble can nlv increase. 'j'he Pan-Handle engineers disobeyed orders Thursday morning in not report ing for work and were discharged in a body. The Wabush engineers agreed to go out in a body ami the 2."i0 firemen on the Northwestern met to denounce the action of the few engineers who went back to work on the road and to reiterate tiie pledges of unanimous, support. President Debs announced last even ing that (iov. Altgeld hus been pre vailed upon to investigate the ordering of armed federal troops into the state without the consentor sanction of state authorities President Cleveland notified Gov. Altgeld last night that federal troops were scut to Chicago in strict accord ance with the constitution anil laws of the United States upon the demand of tie post olllee department, that the ob struction of the mails should be re moved. The special train from Itluo Island, carrying two companies of the Fif teenth regiment to the scene of the trouble on the Rock Island tracks, ar rived there at noon yesterday. A cor poral's guard of soldiers was stationed inside and outside the trucks and on (die tenders of the engine. It was found tluit the Lake Shore through truin luid heen held there for an hour. The train Kas stopped at Forty-fourth street by a mob of sympathizers. Two of them COt into the cab and one choked the engineer by tying a handkerchief around liis neck. The other iimu started Hie engine ahead. The engine aud kaggage ear had been cut from the vst of the train and was moved a ' Slock away. A call for police was re- i A TERRIFIC FLOOD Through Turtle C reek Valley, Pa Cau.lng- Oreat Damage and Probable Loss of Life People Terror-Htrlrken and Vie for Their Live. Bbaddock, Pa., June 2a The extent and damage by the cloudburst up the Turtle Creek valley Monday evening, was much greater than first report in dicated. Several persons are missing and there is but little doubt that they were drowned. The force of the storm broke full upon the villages along Sandy creek and Plum creek. Growing crops were swept away and many build ings were wrecked. At Sandy Creek village the water rose in the streets to m depth of ten feet More than a dozen houses were washed away in the un precedented torrent In one of the houses, John Ilodoosky, a miner, was sleeping. He was drowned while try ing to escape through a second-story window. Michael Hosckl fell into the creek and was carried away by the cur rent Margaret Mossell.aged 15 years, fell from a skiff and has not been heard of since. The inhabitants of the villages were terror-stricken by the awful storm and fled in all directions. Kafts ware hasti ly constructed and many families were safely rowed from their homes. The tidal wave that swept the Turtle Creek valley was nearly eight feet in height and carried everything before it. At the New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Company plant the damaged extensive. One hundred and fifty yards of railroad track was washed away; the tipple (No. 4) was badly damaged and other build ings wrecked. At the new Westing house electric works, several hundred feet of railroad track was destroyed and tho road-bed damaged. Fences, bridges, etc., have disappeared and tho valley presents a sorry appearance. The money loss will aggregate many thou sand dollars. A BAD WRECK. Four Men llmlly Injured and Nine Valuable Home. Killed Outright Car. Destroyed by Fire. Ciiicaoo, June 20. Four men were badly injured and nine valuable horses killed outright in a wreck on the Wis consin Central railroad at ritillnian at 1 1:20 o'clock Monday night The wreck was caused by a breaking of the coup ling which caused the cars to leave the track and completely overturned three of them. A lamp in one of them soon set fire to the wreck. The names of the Injured are: John Riley, leg broken and lsidy badly burned; John I.ahey. crushed in shoulder; II. F. Christian, severely bruised; Michael Woods, arm broken, spine hurt Nine valuable horses were killed outright, and seven others were so badly injured that they may have to be killed. The horses were from Hawthorne, and were on their way to Minneapolis. HOOD'S Sarsaparllla Is carefully prepared by experienced pharmacists from Sarsa parilla, Dandelion, Man drake, Dock.PtpilsMwa, Juniper Berries, and other well known vegetable remedies. The Combination, Pro portion and Process are Peculiar to Hood'i Sarsaparllla, giving It strength and curative -e power Peculiar to Itself, not pos sessed by other medicines. Hood'i arsaparilla Cures Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Sores, Boils, Pimples and all other affections caused by Impure blood ; Dyipepsla, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Debility, Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Com plaints. It is Not What we Say, but what Hood'i Sarsaparllla Does, that Tells the Story Hood'i Sarsaparllla 11 J URES m I oodrich Hood's Pills are gcutlo, mild aud eaaotlva BUSINESS LOCALS. mi- a. . t . . . . sbonded to bv a force of slxtv ofli. ..ln? tnicago at 8 o clock . - .i The train was coupled toiretheratrain mv moved under police protection to Jti.'iy-first street, where it was held un tD the arrival of the soldiers' train. I Then it was started without further i trouble. As soon as the soldiers had I Seen ordered out of the car a mob of veral hundred came twwards them. . Some of the crowd got under a line of , box cars standing next to the fence and ( Lieut. Jamil-son led a squad of soldiers who quickly drove them off. Tho rest f the crowd was driven back along the , tracks by a platoon of soldiers at the rpvnt ut bayonets. A few of the erowd j were too slow in moving and were Jabbed by the bayonets. Charles Becker, a Blue Island police , fllccr, was arrested on the street bv ', Dcpaty I nited States Marshal Allen, to the charge of Interfering with a Ciiited States officer In the perform ance of his duty. Becker is the otllcer Sio jumped on a guarded train during e row with strikers aud sympathis ers on Monday and attempted to arrest Marshal Allen for obstructing a street crnssbig. Keeker was taken along with he other ten prisoners to Chicago. The result of yesterday's movement at the stock yards is a practical bc renwledgment by the United States tooon mire that they are utterly un fl. to eopi! with the mob that now fc.ids complete sway in the district. Htspitet lie best efforts of the grizzled Uirlors who have faced situations far Uire warlike without quailing, trains vrrre slopped, engineers and firemen cVagged from tbi'ir engines, ears over twined, switches thrown and the law hooted and openly set at naught. Arson added to anarchy and it was proved conclusively that the police and tho I sx'Mcrs were as helpless to preserve . : peace as a regiment of two. year all childree. Marshal Arnold's chief deputy, J. C. ', Wmnelly. deularcd that nothing short ! placing Chicago under martial law wvuld end the troubles at the stock j yrtrds and (.'apt. Hartz, commanding ' companies B and D of the Fifteenth I rai'iment United States regulars, coin- . oifles in this position. To these opin- 1 !p are added that of Lieut. Fit.pat ricK, who has been foremost in the work j police protection. j 'Nine miles of soldiers strung ont along the tracks are needed to let tra ins : nftve from the stock yards," he said. "fjo ordinary force can handle these ' onday night In charro of Conductor Thornton. As it was nearing the switch near Still man Valley, the draw oars ol one or the Burton palace horse cars broke, and falling on the track, derailed five cars. Two of the cars were filled with horses, the other three being freight care loaded with mer chandise. ! The injured were taken to Stillman Valley and their injuries dressed. Riley was so badly burned that his re i covery is doubtful. The horses killed outright were valued at $10,000. A BLOODY BATTLE. Dmprrate Kneountpr Helvetia a MiarlfT'i 1'oo.e and a laiig of Outlaw. Taiii.koi'aii. I. T., June 20. During a battle with outlaws near Wagoner, between the sheriff's posse and the look gang of outlaws, Sequoyah Hous ton, of the sheriff's posse, was killed, and Hob Martin, an outlaw, was cap tured. Several others of the sheriff's posse were wounded, some of them, it is said, fatally. Cook and all but one of his gang escaped. Since the killing of "Bill" Dalton the Cook gang is considered the most des perate of territory desperadoes. They were intent upon robbing a stage-load of people on their way from the Big Cherokee payment at Tuhlcquah, when Deputy (lounl and his posse ran them down. A courier just in from tho scene of the buttle brings the news that the gung is surrounded and an other bloody encounter is inevitable. Schn.mrr Collide. Willi an IrrlH-rs; -Twelve l.lvra l.o.t. St. Johns, N. F., June 20. The schooner Rose, Henry Gosse master, bound from Spaniards bay to Labrador, for a summer's fishery, having on board fishing crews numbering fifty-five per sons, struck an iceberg Sunday after noon, off Partridge Point, during a dense fog, and sank within ten minutes. The iceberg being low and fiat forty. inrer persons managed to climb upon It. Tho remaining twelve, however, sank with the vessel. The latter in cluded eight men, two women and two boys. The survivors cousistcd of twenty-seven men, nine women and seven children, and but for the accessibility of the iceberg none of them would would have been saved. Cable from Queen Lll. Dear (Iresliam: One more boon I crave. I trust in your affection. 'TIs not to murder Dole, tho Knave, Or to put down insurrection; lis not my crown, but me to save, I write In deep dejection, And so a package 1 must have 01 Park s Tea (or my complexion. Grealiniu's Answer to CJueen Lll. When I received your cablegram 1 thought 1 sure would faint For though I often use Park's Tea 'Tls not for your complaint, I reared that Mrs. U. would think Wrong about our connection 'Till on her dresser there I saw Park's Tea for hrr complexion. Don't ruin your eyes with poor sneeta eles when J. H. Wight & Sou sell such good ones ut a price within the reach of an. FARMER and other can save money by insuring in me oiu iinie-irieii, lire-tested tililo In stiranee Agency, it represent over fliKUKKUKK) of ussots. has lunre surnlus. writes the latest and most liberal forms of policies. Insures both farm ami city prop- eny, writes eitiier cusn or llliliual poli cies, also issues tornado policies. Rates low, losses promptly paid. Before insur ing, call on or address the manager, Jos. iiiiit-nuner, tteiiingioii, w. It will pay you to look over Olterbach er's slock before buying. Frenh and Halt Meats. J. M. Crabtrec deals in fresh and salt meats and pays the highest market price ior limes. 2titf Those Sterling silver hair ping are per feet beauties, at Wight & Son's. Fine Soap Pure Coco castile soap at V. B. Tissofs urug store, look in show window at the large cake. Attention, Horsemen! Anyone wishing to purchase a pair of iiiinmes can mid mem at J. M. Utterbaeh er's. cjo fin to J. M. Ottvrbucher for vour binder wiups. Wheeling & Lake Erie. Summer excursion rates to Ilnron. Zoar, Lakeside, Put-in-Ray, Lakewood and Niagara Falls until September 30. One fare for the round trio to Toledo as follows: Summer trotting races Julv it return limit July 14. Toledo bicy cle club racing July 25 and 2ti, return mull juiyzi. on the occasion of the Saengerfest July 211-31, return limit August ti. You can buy lap dusters of J. M. Otter buclier very cheap. Ate You lifeless by day and sleepless by night? Have you mental depression, lassitude or any nerve trouble'!1 Have you that terri ble "nil gone" feeling, or have you had lagrippp. which has left you in sore need of renewed life, strength and buoyancy? Take Vitnline and Xervetono, prepared by the Hull Medicine Co., Toledo, Ohio. Iiruggists sell it. Accept no substitute. Headache, toothache and neuralgia cured in hii hour. It never fails. For sale by K. B. Tissot. Quivklamd, O., July6. Members of thit American Railway union held a soret routing bore last night and tee saWdon was a stormy one. A majority af the Lake .Shore and IJig Four rson wjr said to be opposed to striking. ljre in favor of striking will lie slow thet unless the movement can be made uflknimous. Held on suspicion. STrw Yoiik. July 8. A special ouble dlfroatea from Santas, JSruzil, says: Jr ih flukscher, 30 yearsold, of Chicago, aVaa been held since last March here on ,lnn ..t .......I..- r A - JTl ,..i.im t.i luuiurr. tuun oiucers say En no chnrire has been made nvuinst. liscber yet. There have been three limlnarx examinations within three ;"ths, but neither elicited nnv testl- rsgr..;,- agaJakt the prisoner. The Amcr fty" consul at this port, Henry ('. MfUh, was seen yesterday, but refused teftiiseuss the matter except to say that lt)orted the case more than a week fConsul General Towaes, at Rio , Rear-Knd CoUUloo. ( Lapavki-ik, Ind., June ip, A rear, i end eol Union occurred at 9 o'clock last ' night, on the main line of the Wabash road, at Wild Creek, near this city, be tween two freight trains, one of which i was standing at the depot It la re , ported that the engineer and fireman of j the train which did tho colliding were j killed, but their names cannot be aacer- I tained. I Free Information for Mariners. Wasiiinoton, June 20. The naval hydrographlb office yesterday Issued Its I aecoad notice to mariners of the greal lakes, which is to be sent gratuitously j to all sailors of the unsalted seas who i furnish Information to the office. The hydrographer expresses confidence that this publication, together with the monthly report of the lakes which has i just been authorized by congress, will prove as valuable for its Intended users as the work which hoa been done foi ninny years for the navigators of the Atlantic ocean. The present issue con tains considerable information secured through the brauch office at Chicago. Highest market price paid for chickens, butter and eggs at the Wellington Kruit and Prmluce Exchange. The niiiuagen of the Wellington Kruit uml r rod uce hxchangeuro highly pleased with the generous patronage received. Small margins are bound to win. That Is the reason why the Wellington Fruit and friKluce Exchange has such a rush of trade. Fresh goods received daily from Cleve land at the Wellington Fruit and Pro duce Exchange. Before purchasing, always call at the Wellington Fruit and Produce Exchange. Parties handling fruit will find it to their interert to consult the wholesale prices at the Wellington Fruit and Pro duce Exchange beforeorderingelsewhere. For Hale The Liberty Rszor, manufactured In Germany expressly lor my trade and war ranted first-clans. Price 'i 50. aitfj E. T. Hoiusnos. It Is important to keep the liver and kidneys in good condition. Hood's Sarsa parllla is the remedy for invigorating these organs. An Ohio Father's) Babv. My wife received a sample bottle of Dr. Ilund'H Colic Cure. F'or four months she hardly took her clothes off, baby cried so. The sample of Dr. Hand's Colic Cure worked like mngic. I went right to the drug store and bought a 2Tc. bottle and a bottle of Dr. Hand's Pleasant Physic, and we were truly grateful that such relief lias come to baby and us. Respectfully, George M. Vauglit, Delaware, 0. Sold by J. W. Houghton and F. ii. Tissot. 1 Wants to know if j ou are going to buy one of those long cutaway suits? If so, he wants to sell it to you. He has a very flue line of them; aud of the extra length sacks. In fact, Goodrich is furnishing the best quality of clothing to be found in "Wellington for the money. In shoes, also, he leads, showing a ladies' boot at $2.50 that is sold everywhere at $3.00. His special drive just now, however, is on about 100 pairs of men's full russia calf tan bals at J (SCQD A lot which he closed out at about two-thirds U B(0) the cost of manufacture. The same shoe we have sold heretofore at $3.50. They are very easy on one's feet and at the above price are cheap enough to wear in the shop or on the farm. Another Leader (and we are full of them) is a Kentucky Jean coat, all lined up good with flannel, and which (f we are going to distribute around among our friends at They are commonly sold at $2.00. We want to see you all and make you happy with bargain!?. Most truly Yours oodrich. To the Rider . . When you arc looking for a new "up-to-date" mount, do not overlook the fact that you can save from $40 to $G0 by buying nj0f Many a dealer will represent to you that he can furnish some other machine "just as good' same price, lie can't do it, Don't let him deceive you. Look up the Wavkhly agent and insist upon having a Hemember. we euaranice this machine to be fully equal in grade and every detail of construction to any machine built, regardless of price. This guaranty is backed by the Indiana Ilicycle Co , a million dollar company, whose bond Is as good as gold. H. W. SEMPLE,exclusiyeag'tfor Wellington,0. W. C. Worbenton, agent for Wellington, 0., for insuring wheels against theft. Only $1 40 7 JJiST,; ,-';,h'S'-"jr-. its at the -j0 J. II. Otterbacher is closlne out binder wnips ui less man cost. Ice cream soda at Ed. Hobinson's. Are Ynu Hnngrr? To those who do not care lor baker's bread, csn And first class, home made. yeast and salt rising bresd, pies, cakes sod cookies, all baked dully. Mrs. A. M. Bus sett, second door north Mai lory's store. 21tf J. II. WUht & Bon have sold bicycles since 1835. They know which makes are ni"Kt aatisfiietory to liders mid keep thai kind. Prices sre righi. J. II. Wiitht & Son hsve the most coin- plete stock ol spectacles and eve itlasses they have ever carried Call aud be fitted Ice. The ice wagon has started out lor the season. Parties desiring ice csn leave orders at Ibe Park house. A tew refrige rators on hand to lease at reasonable terms. West & Dibble. I2tf Smla Water, For pure fruit iuice svruns 20 to Ed. Robinson's. Notice We are authorized to make dales for ssies for Henry While, auctioneer. Per sons desiring sale bills printed and requir- ng jiir. uue s services, please call at this office and get the bills, and we will make the date to suit. J. M. Otterbacher keens a full line of fly nets and (ly sheets, to be sc d at prices that defy competition. HOOD'S Sarsaparilla wins its way into the confidence of the people by the good it is doing. Fair trials guarantee permanent CURES. Agent Wanted To sell Dr. Hale's Household remedies In every town and villaee in the state of Ohio. Ladles a well ns gen'lemen are solicited 10 act as our agents. Liltersl terms are given. L. W. Smith, stale sg't., 524 Ohio av., Coluinbur, O. T. F. Anthony, ex.postniasier ol Promise City, Iowa, says: "I bought one bottle of .Mystic Cure' for Kheiimatism and two doses of ll did me more good than all the medicine I ever took." Bold by E. W. Adams, druggist, Wellington, O. 0 Bread 7 and4 cts. at Ed. Hobinson's. Notice to Lumber lluyer. Being in the building business, I can sell lumber of all kinds at hard-times prices. Special rates ou hemlock shin' gles for the next ninety days. Brlug your uius to me unii i win no you good. Shop on West Main-st. nt track. Genera) job work of all kinds. Drop ine a card and I will cull. 2i!tt H. K. Buck. JUST THINK OF 1T! 250 Envelopes with address printed on corner for fi.GO 250 Note Heads with business card printed on top of sheet l.UD 600 Statements with printed heads 1.00 12G Envelopes, 50c. 125 note hcadu, 8e. Is It? Is that excruciating agony pleasant to you? Surely not. Your rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, etc., will be quickly cured by Infullible Scotch Cure, (just in troduced in America). It never fuils. Ask your druggist for it and accent no substitute, rrepared only by the Hall Medicine company, Toledo, Ohio, For I... L 1) rCI....... sate uy r j. unsot. RETAIL PRICE LIST Ar THE WELLINGTON MILLING CO Bran per 100 lbs. 80 c 80 c 85 c 1.00 " $1.15 75 c " . 60 c per bushel 52 cts. 1 r l li juiauiings Gluten Meal Chop 1st 2nd Shelled Corn per ton screenings $15.00 15.00 16.00 20.00 23.00 15.00 12.00 No. 1 White Oats " 40 cts. Graham per sack 25 cts. Bolted meal " 25 cts. Van Cleef Flour 49 lbs 1.00 Famous " " (;5 cts. Health " " 55 cts. Orders for feed left at the mill oflice Mill be delivered to auy pari of the city free of extra charge. Wellington Milling Co. Mnslu Lemions. Professors Mosher and Breckenrlilire will be in town two days in the week during- the summer, and reauest those de siring instruction in vocal or piano mu sic to address them for particular nt Oberlin, O. 1241 DEAFS8, I 'jrUlAo. fiucoeiiJul where all I 98 a Ctg nottrt una w fn-k'l (NTJHllli.B tVIULAI US CUIHIUlll WliltpanliMlit, llii heraAlllu;tntli,liv.l! 111. Mob A notion. Aa0iw.uitui,ioan44j, uiteroaciier s siock ot Harness is very i-oiuneic, huh prices lower man ever. tlOOO Iteward If you muteh Parker's Tilan Salve. Cures all skin ditcuses, piles, burns, scalds, cuts, bruises; also, horse mills and scrslches. Price 10, 13. and 25c. Ask your druggist for it. 20 liig Four. Barnum & Builey's show Columbus, 0., July 10-17; one fare for the round trip. doing Julv 10 uml returning until July it, immune. Land for Sale Two hundred and six acres of good farm land situate In the county of Osceola, MIcblKan; well timbered and well water ed; near railroad, school and mills. For sale cheap or exchange for land in Lorain county, Ohio. W. U. H. Bctukp. Wellington, Ohio. 4tl Undertaking- J. M. Bcnschoten, embalmcr and prac tical funeral director, will serve the peo ple at all hours. Olllee at residence on Taylor street until further notice. ISrtf The Klluns Novelty Btudle H'liy do people who are particular about pictures go so fur to have them taken at the Novelty Studio, New London, Ohio? Because every one made there shows thoughtful work, and is a credit to who ever gets such work done. Goods ure sold ut wholesale and retail ut the Wellington Fruit and Produce Ex-chenge. Notice to Sewer Contractors. ft-slsa nroposMs will he reoelved by the council of the vIIIska of Wellington, Ohio, st (tie olllee of the clerk until 12 o'clock, n., tho thdsyof July, isvi, Mr exosvatlnit and re filllns lor sewer oa Magyar and Sourh Mala street, accord Ins to nliumniid specifications therefor os file In the c!trk' office. Each bid mint be accompanied by a sufficient nuiirsnty Ihat If the bid Is accented a contract will hn entered into and the fulfilment of It properly ernred. The eemicll reserve the rlftlit fo re ject any or all bids, lly order of the Council. v . K. N. (1. urn win. Clerk, eierk's orflre, Wellington, Julyti, im. TRAVELERS' REGISTER BIG FOUR. In effect June 17, ls4. Standard time. UOI.MI S'SKT. Ne.H liiiip.m " 27 6:24 " 7 1:05 " " 2A H:Ma.m " M0 " " 81 loo ft U'i " 00l.N0 east No. 8 6:11 s m " 2d 8:1.1 ' "10 11 :: " " 4 4:12 p. m " 24 5:00 " u 1 (1:42 " 82 loeft 2:20 p. m Nos. 2, 2, S2. 27, 3,81, dslty except Sunday. Nos. 8, 10,4.24, , 7, daly. No. 2fi. Sunday only. W. & L. E. in effect May31,lSit4. Standard time. Going west 10:40 a. m.; 2:52 p. m. biilnjl east 10:40a. m. 7:45p.m. No Sunday trains. B. & O. Time Card. la effect May 20. 1894. COI XI WKST. Chicago .... Chicago Jo., Greenwich-, Hereford. ... Nova Sullivan Lodl Wooster Creston Sterling Akron Clcvclanit(vl Valley) YoungstownlTlal'&W I'lttapurg liOIMI (AST Akron Htcrllng.... Creston .... Wooater ... bod I Sullivan ... Nova Hereford... Greenwich Chicane Jo. .J-ChJ?as?. NoT p. m 11 0 1 20 No. 3, p. in. 12 hO 1 421 1 4; a. m 11.20 d. m ii mil 2 22 2 SO 2 40 2 M 8 IS No 14 No 4. p. m. 6.46 a. m. a. m. 3 45 11 20 4 06 11 41 4 16 11 62 p. m. 4 25 12 01 4 34 la 0(1 4(6 12 30 3 5.10 12 42 8.15 12 47 0-20 1 4s 8.00 3 On 8 45 3 54 11-40 (155 No.l5 p. m 7 51! 8 4(1 850 8 10 6 02 211 V Nil 0 30 9 50 10 in; a. m 7 W No.S. a. in 12 47 150 2 AO 11 06