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3ft2WS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. WASHINGTON. (Hirer dollars to the amount of $2,650,000 were coined during August, the seigniorage, amounting to (822,027, Tai paid Into the treasury. Fire destroyed the residence of Dr. J. M. Kizley, a physician In the nary de partment, near Washington, on the 17th. Loss 118,000. Circular No. 1SS will be Issued in a few days by the treasury department It contains information respecting na tional banks, state banks, savings banks, loan and trust companies and private banks of the United State compiled from reports of the comptrol ler of the currency. Bids for the construction of tlte 13 torpedo boats authorized by the last session of congress were opened at the navy department on the 18th. Bidders were present from all over the country and the bids ranged from ?1SU,000 to 3360,000. The long-expected order changing '.he stations of some of the most im portant repiments of the army has been issued by Secretary Lamont. As a result of a communication from the governor of Wyoming that Sho shone Indians were hunting at Jack ion's Hole and trouble might result, the Indian bureau has directed the indian police to return these Indians to their reservation, using force if nec essary. The awards of the ,11, 000-ton battle ships for which proposals were received recently, have been made public by Acting Secretary of the Navy McAdoo. The Newport News Co. was given No. ', the Cramps No. 8 and the Scotts, of San Francisco, No. 9. EAST. The 84th conclave of the supreme 3ouncil of Ancient Accepted Scottish Kite .Masons of the 83d and last degree, northern jurisdiction of America, met in Pittsburg on the 15th. About 800 members were present Tho Cambria iron works, Johnstown, Pa., have resumed operations, giving smployment to 3,000 men. The steamer Gucrley, from Port An tonio, Jamaica, has been seized at Phil idelphia, Pa., for filibustering. The New York produce exchange has flled a petition with the inter-state commerce commission against 35 rail road companies forming the Joint Traffic association, charging that the roads discriminate against New York City in the matter of rates. An attempt was made to wreck the westbound express on' the Pennsyl vania railway near Newport, Pa., on the night of the 15th by placing ties and rails on the track. The track was wet and when the engine (struck the ibstructions they were forced oif it. At Burlington, Vt, on the 16th the annual meeting of the Society of tho Army of tho Potomac began. Gen. William Henry, of Burlington, was elected president and Troy, N. Y., was selected as tho place of the next meot ing. The domocratic state convention that met at New Haven, Conn., on tho 10th nominated Hon. Joseph U. Sargent, a New Haven manufacturer, for gov ernor. The platform adopted indorses the Chicago platform. The ' democrats have nominated Joseph n. Sibley as Its candidate for congress from the Erie, Pa., district Ex-Police Commissioner John Me Clave made nn assignment of his lum ber business at New York City on the 17th, in accordance with a demand of his creditors. His liabilities are 898, 000 in the lumber business and $15,000 in the bicycle business. His creditors say that his tangible assets amount to but 35,000. The meeting of the American Public Health association will oejur at Phila delphia next year. Dr. n. R Horlbeck, health officer of Charlepton, S. C, was chosen president by tho convention at Buffalo on the 18th. A freight train collided with a coal train on the Delaware, Lackawanna fc Western railroad near Halstead, Pa., on the 18th. Engineer Coddington, of the freight train, was killed. Hie battle ship Texas, which went iground at Newport, It. I., on the 16th, reported by the divers to be unin jured. It is stated that there will bo no need of a court-martial to deter mine the responsibility, as the ma chinist in charge of the reversing gear udmits that he misunderstood the xignals. Senator Smith's resignation was not 'idcepted by the New Jersey democratic itate committee and he will remain at vhe head of it No effort has been made to expel the two or three gold men still on the committee. The doors of the National Bank of Troy, N. Y., were closed on the 10th. The bank's officers claim that it will be ible to pay depositors in full and from 5 to 90 cents on the dollar to stock holders. Lightning caused the explosion of Tour mills of the Hazardville, Conn., Powder Co. on the 19th, the shock being felt 20 mllos away. No one was injured, as the workmen had not yet entered the mills. The total vote for republican con gressmen in Maine reached 83,809, igainst 84,318 for democratic caadi lates, giving a republican plurality in -.he state of 49,491 for congressmen. At Paoli, Pa., the 119th anniversary f the massacre of Gen. Anthony Wayne's troops by the British, during tho revolutionary war, was celebrated n the 19th. WEST AND SOUTH. One of the most prominent educators n the south, ReT. W. G Young, D. D. .lied at Danville, Ky., on the 10th. The charred remains of four bodies .vere found in the wreckage of a burned freight train at Wellington, Ul., on the 14tb. It is known that ibout a dozen tramps were on the ;rain, and as S3 cars were burning limultaneonslv, all are supposed to have perished. Two men and 25 horses were burned to death in a'livery stable fire at Mil waukee; Wii, on'ihe JSthv v The Pullman Palace Car Co. "will shortly close , down their freight car department for an indefinite period, Tho death of Judge Pitoalrn C. Wright, one of the best known jurists tn the south, occurred at his home near Nashville, Term. The largest retail clothing firm in St Louis, F. W. Humphrey & Co., has filed a deed of conveyance In trnst to their attorney. A list of preterred creditors to the extent of nearly 8100, 000 is given. , After being in business for 40 years the banking house of 8. H. Watson ft Sons, at Vinton, la., made an assign ment on the 18th. Liabilities 8250,000; assets 8350,000. For the purpose of taking an active part in the election of Mr. Bryan, Grand Master Workman Sovereign, of the Knights of Labor, arrived in Chicago on the 18th. He will open a labor bureau and begin extensive work among the workingmen of the country. The republican national executive committee at Chicago headquarters on the 18th received the welcome intelli gence that ex-President Harrison has consented to make some campaign speeches in October.1 At his summer home at Lake Geneva, 111., James S. Norton, of Chicago, a lawyer, orator and author, died after an illness lasting three years. A general assignment for the benefit of creditors was made by Pratt, Sim mons & Krausock, of St Louis, Mo., wholesale dealers in millinery, on the 18th. The liabilities are 8180,000 and assets 8200,000. Fire destroyed W. F. Wiseloget's planing mill and furniture factory at Muskegon, Mich., on the 20th. Loss 825,000; insurance 810,000. Five box cars on the Grand Rapids & Indiana sidetrack were also consumed. Having used up all the steol billets on hand, the hot mills of the American tin plate factory at El wood, Ind., have closed down for lack of orders. The "woman in white," Miss Minnie F. Murray, who created such a sensa tion in the Chicago convention when Gov. Boies was nominated, will make political speeches for Bryan and SowalL W. B. Shattuo has been chosen to take the place of Hon. Charles P. Taft, republican candidate for congress in the First OILt district, who has with drawn frouM.e race. Fire caused a loss of about 850,000 to the Oval Wooden Dish Co.'s factory at Traverse City, Mich., on the 20th. The loss is partially covered by insurance. Further reports from Ogden, Utah, place the damage caused by the recent storm in that neighborhood at 00,000, FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. The Illustrious, a new amored bat tle ship, was recently launched from the Chatham, England, dock yards. She will carry 16 guns. According to a dispatch from Vienna seven men have been killed during the last few days while attempting to enter the sultan's apartments for the pur pose of assassinating him. The tariff war between Germany and Russia was actively resumed a few days after the conference between the czar and Emperor William. In re sponse to the clamor of the agragriant the German government raised the duties upon agricultural imports. Gen. Blanco, captain general of the Philippine islands, has telegraphed to the Spanish government asking for further reinforcements of troops and war ships to quell the insurgents there. LATER. A collision between freight engine! on the Erie railroad at Meadville, Pa., pn the 21st resulted in the death of Milton E. Garlund and Edward Harris, both of Englewood, I1L, who were riding on one of the engines. They tvere each about 20 years old. . Notwithstanding the assertion of the English government that Dongola was to be the objective point of the Anglo-Egyptian expedition, the Lon don newspapers concur in the opinion that now Dongola has been taken the expedition will proceed to the re-oon-luest of the entire Soudan. The Equitable Aid Union, a widely known beneficiary organization operat ing throughout the United States, Las been broaght into court at Erie, Pa., on a bill in equity which asks for the appointment of a receiver for clasa A" in It,. A The Wyman will case has been set tled out of court at Boston, and there will be no contest over the bequests of about 81,000 ,000 to public charities. The mares Marietta and Miss Lida, owned by Henry C Havemeyer, of New York, were driven at Cammack, L. I., on the 21st to beat the world's team record of 8:15. The track was at least four seconds slow. On the second trial the team covered the mile la 2:12. The state department has received a cablegram announcing the death at Beyrut, Syria, of United States Consul Thomas G. Gibson. Consul Gibson was appointed by President Cleveland from Augusta, Ga., in September, 1893. The cat boat Hebe sailed from Dor chester, Mass., on the 19th with six men on board for a fishing trip to quantum. No news has been heard from the party since and there is little doubt that the men have been drowned. Hahrisoh Harmon, Thomas Hene and Edward Harrington l;sve been ar rested near Guthrie, Okla., on a charge of counterfeiting. A bushel of coun terfeit half dollars were found near their camp and they are believed to be part of the gang who have flooded the whole territory with counterfeit money. Notices were posted in all the banks of Rochester, N. Y., on the 21st that no Canadian silver money would be re ceived on deposit All Canadian silver will hereafter be subject to a discount of 20 per cent by tho business men of that city Gov. Hastinos has pardoned John BardgU-y, cx-clty treasurer of Phila delphia, serving a term iu tho peniten tiary for embezzlement OHIO NEWS. Items of Interest from AU Sections of the State. TfMkly Crop Report. - The following la a synopsis of the bulletin of the Ohio climate and crop service for week ended September 14: Southern section all counties south of Franklin. Plenty of sunshine and dry, with the exception of light show ers. Fall seeding of wheat and rye has begun. Corn safe front frost . Millet heavy yield and good quality. Late potatoes good; sweet potatoes poor. Much cabbage did not head. Celery did fairly well. Tobacco curing nicely. Pastures excellent; stock thriving. Peach crop has been large. Middle section. Warm, dry weather prevailed during the week. Corn ripened rapidly and is now safe from frost Fodder crop excellent Apples plentiful Pastures are In fine condi tion. Potatoes good. Much grain has already been sown. Clover seed crop light Garden produce abundant Northern section all counties north of Marion. The weather conditions have been favorable to farmers' inter ests. Corn has ripened and is out of danger of frost Rain is needed. Much wheat has been sown. . Buckwheat good. Second crops of clover and timothy are being cut with good re sults. Potatoes are satisfactory. The apple crop is good, and winter varie ties are now ready for picking. Will Survive Her IuJurlM. Cleveland, Sept 22. Mrs. " James McMillan, who was abducted ifrom the home of Mrs. Charles Nichols, her sister, at Twinsburg, Sunday after noon, by James McMillan, her husband, who then made 'a desperate attempt to murder her, is still alive. . The Injured woman was removed from the scene of the crime to the home of Burt Mo Crithie, near by, where medical atten tion was given her. She was then returned to Mrs. Nichols' house. Mon day the attending physicians were of the opinion that she would survive the terrible wound. The would-be mur derer is still at large. ' . United Presbyterian Synod. '. Younostown, Sept 22. The thirty eighth annual meeting of the United Presbyterian synod of the west con vened last evening in the Tabernacle United Presbyterian church. The first business session will begin to-day and the synod will be in session until Fri day. It includes all the churches be tween the Allegheny and Ohio rivers and Lake Erie at Cleveland, and is next to the highest conference in the United Presbyterian body. The work of the church will receive special at tention each evening. About 200 dele gates are in attendance. Fled from the Country. ' Toledo, Sept 22. Several news paper correspondents have returned from an investigation of the reported outrage near Holland, 12 miles west of this city. They visited the residence pf the man Huntsman, who was re ported to have been whltecajjped. The house is terribly wrecked,' and the family of four have fled the country. The floors and walls are spattered with blood and evidences of an awful strug gle are apparent Huntsman was re garded as a bad man and had been sus pected of much deviltry in the neigh borhood. , Killed a Cripple. ' Gallipolis, Sept 19. Al Thevenier is under arrest here on the charge of killing Williard Christian, of Long streth, a one-legged man. They had been drinking and fought Christian started , to run, but his wooden leg caught in' the pavement and he was thrown to the ground. Then,' it is claimed, Thevenier hit him four times on the head with a club. The jail is guarded to prevent a lynching. Pen Population Decreased. 1 CoLUiiiiUB, Sept 18. The population at the penitentiary was largely dimin ished Thursday, tho transfer of 150 prisoners to the state reformatory at Mansfield being made, the prisoners .wearing the regulation uniform and being in charge of a large number of guards. They will be utilized there in building a stone wall around the re formatory apd doing other work. ' Dedicated Honnmant. : Columbus, Sept 18. Near Bucyrus yesterday the Crawford County His torical society dedicated a monument to mark the spot on which CoL Wil liam Crawford marched against the Wyandotte Indians and was attacked, defeated, and with the greater part of his force burned at the stake. The battle was fought on the night of June 5, 1782. Hay Basalt In Murder. Cygnet, Sept 19. A' serious stab bing 'affray took place here Thursday night, which will probably result in a murder. George Bostleman, a teams ter, and William Wlllett, a barber, got into a dispute over a bill of 8L40. Wll lett stabbed Bostleman in the neck several times, severing the windpipe. Willett was arrested. Bostleman'a chances for recovery are doubtful. A Dacceuf nl County Fair. ' Lisbon, Sept 19. The moat success ful fair ever given by the Columbiana County Agricultural society was given in thii city this week. In every de partment except speed contests the exhibits were better than ever before and the display of fruits and vegeta bles far exceeded In variety and excel lence anything ever before seen In this section of the country. Held on Hnsplolon of Murder. Columbus, Sept 19. The police have made some startling discoveries in the case of Newton Dill, the Mifflin township farmer who was found in his sleeping room at his home Thursday with the top of his head shot off. Both Heimlich and Mrs. Dill, widow of the murdered man, were arrested and brought to the city on suspicion. They will bo held until the case can be thor oughly investigated. Superintendent I Kclley, of the police department, I thinks tho en so a strong one against I Heimlich and statements mado do not I race Mrs. Dill in tho most favorable light . Gladness Comes W! 1th a better understating of the transient nature of the many phys ical 111a, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the onlj remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed bo highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that It is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in tho enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to tho most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. Distressing kidney and bladder diseas es relieved in six hours by the New Great South American Kidney Cure. This new remedy is a great surprise on aecou: its exceeding promptness in reliev pain in tho bladder, kidneys, back every part of the urinary passage male or female. It relieves retentioa in water and pain In passing it almost of mediately. If you want quicko rifeim enre this is your remedy. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, Wellington, 0. 42v30 If you have ever seeu a little child in the agony of summer complaint you can realize tho danger of the trouble and ap preciate the value of instantaneous re lief always afforded by DoWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure. For dysentery and diarrhoea it is a reliable remedy. Wo could not afford to recommend this as & cure unless it were a cure. J. W. Hough ton. MRS. IRA E. GRLNDLE Of Ashland, Ohio, Recommended Wright's Celery Capsules. Ashland, 0., April 22, 189(. To The Wright Medical Co., , Columbus, Ohio., Gents I have purhascd a box ol Wright's Celery Capsules from S. Wiest, druggist, and used them for stom ache trouble and constipation and re ceived more benefit from them than from any other medicine I over used. I would not be without them. Yours very truly, Mrs. Ira E. Grindle. ; 'D6nt trifle away any lime when you have cholera morbus or diarrhoea. Fight them in the beginning with DeWitt's Colic and Cholera Cure. You don't have to wait for results, they are instantane ous and it leaves tho bowels in healthy condition. J. W. Houghton. A Word or Two To those suffcrim; from catarrh or the thousands subject to severe attacks of cold in the head will not be amiss if a sure remedy can bo afforded. Ely's Cream Balm has become a favorite in all sections of the United States because of its effectiveness. Your cold in the head will be quickly relieved by it, and the severest attack of catarrh will yield to, and be perfectly cured by a thorough treatment. Catarrh is not a blood dis ease, but an inflamation of the passages of tho nose and throat, duo to climatic changes. Poison Ivy, insect bites, bruises, scalds "burns, are quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch Hazel salve, tne great pile cure. J. Y. Houghton. "Boys will be boys," but you cant afford to lose any of them. Be ready for the the green apple season by having De- witt s tone ana cnoiera cure in tne house. J. W. Houghton. Many a day's work is lost by sick head ache, caused by indigestion and stomach troubles. DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the most effectual pill for overcom ing such difficulties. J. W. Houghton. The whole system is drained and un dermined by indolent ulcers and open sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve speed ily heals them. It is the best pile cure known. J. W. Houghton. It dosen't matter much whether sick headache, billiousness, indigestion and constipation are cansed by neglect or by nnavoidable circumstances; DeWitt'B Little Early Riser will speedily cure them all. J.W.Houghton. Theories of cure may be discussed at length by physicians, bat the suffereres want quick relief; and One Minute Cough Cure will give it to them. A sate cure forchildren. It is "the only harm less remedy that produces immediate re sults." J.W.Houghton. Mr. Fred C. Smidt, of Summit Ave., Youngstown, 0., says: "For summer complaint I find Lightning Hot Drops most beneficial. It also cured me of a severe case of cholera morbus caused by tUlUUK UUIlO Li Mil. A'Ul OCllU UJ V. IT . Houghton. Mrs. K. Davis, of Tout-tails Station. Va., writes: "I suffered gin!y for two months with prin in my buck, and was annoyed wivh lieu. 'iirli" unil neuralgia; in fact. I thought I W'niM never pet well. I saw Lightning Hot Drops advertiFed. tried it, and whs euro Iby ono bottle. I recommend it to all. From a Findlay Mother. 'Having used Dr. Hand's Colic Cure for my baby, I can fully recommend it. I have used a great many medicines for baby colic, and none have done so much good. I will hereafter use no other rem edy for colicky babies." Mrs. L. Tanner, Findlay. 0. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure, Dr. Hand's Teething Lotion and all of Dr. Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists for 25c. 2 Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. Springfield, 0., Jan. 5, 1894. The nand Medicine Co., Philadelphia: "We have used the sample bottle of Dr. Hand's Colic Cure with entire success and find that it does all that is claimed for it. No praise can be too great for such a truly wonderful remedy, and we cheer fully recommend it to any one having a baby with the colic." I remain sincerely yours, Ferdinand M. King, 86 Scott-st. Dr. Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists, 25c. 2 Mr" Peter Dottrell. Proprietor Hotel Mick, Young8town, 0., says: "I had a severe case of liver complaint; the use of Lightning Vegetable Liver Pills Droved effectual, and biliousness does not bother me any now." ...The... Plain Dealer Club. ...The... CLEVELAND Nil DEALER, has mado arrangements with Thn Can. tury Co., whereby all those who join the Til 1 T"a-t- l imn ueaier uiun can secure tne New, Revised and Enlarged Edition in 10 volumes) of that greatest of all reference libraries, The Century Dictionary . and Cyclopedia. at the lowest wholesale price ever se cured, which effects an average saving of over 40 per cent, from tho publisher's price, and admits of SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS No one need go excluded who will act promptly. The number of sets is limit ed. This offer will not long remain open. NASAL CATTAEH CATARRH jtho result of colds and taidea ellaatic cbansos It can lo cured liy a f Vy p 1 s h sh u t re m e d y L'ij vMrh in al,nll(l rti l'-7 rectly Into the trim, limns iiuicKiyror' uhiiirlipfl it. i.lvt.4 rn-iJJsA .'T t!r 'i. sl ,7 lief at once. ELY'S opens, mid cleansi'sCULL) "l hLAD 1 MAI K. I. a f m n Allays 1'aln mid Tnfliininiatlon, Knils i!k Sores, Protects the Memhrnne from lls. Hestores the Se nseB of M'Hsle hiiiI KmhII. 'J Ii Hiilm is quickly absorbed mid pives relief ut oucb. rnce ou cents m unwsr.s an inmiiuuy. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street.. Y. An easy dose one each nip-ht for ten nifrhts will impart joy to life. Smith's BILE BEANS are the best corrective in the world for a disordered liver, constipation, sick headache or kindred troubles. 1. V. Bulth Co.. PrODl.. N. T. All up-to-date drugglsu tell ttam. Coal! Coal! We are now prepared to furnish Hard and Soft Coal and Coke on reasonable terms. Free delivery. to any part of town by a po lite and careful driver. A liberal share ot your pat ronage is solicited. Office on East Main Street. "Wc have now placed a new dray on the street in order to serve the people on call. Please favor us with your patronage. Abbott& Jones. Caveats, and Trado-MnrI:8 nMnlned, red all Pal ent business conducted for Moderate Fats. Our Office is Opposite U. S. Pafont Office, nd we can socure patent in less timu tbun thna remote from Washington. Sand model. drawiu or photo., vtt!i '' ' tlon. We advise, If lumntutiie or n charge. Our fee not ctno till patent 1 A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain ' :- names of actual cliertu in ; our SUW . j town, seat froo. Addrute, CeHlt1 Mft '.fSC. VVr.rl..-' . C Entersrise, IT I if So f $ 51 a. jr. PARKER'S) CINCGR TONIC t Lung Trouble!, Dtbllltr. dlatmdnc tomarfc mt rT.iftle llki, and Is noted tor making nirea when all otw tTMInwnt ftllg. iwr motW tnd Inr.M .honld hm K. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM 38. 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Whoever the (jj work devolves upon should m know about U'g a labor-saver awoman-aav- ' er. w ltliont tne long ana weary-1 lng peeling, chopping, boiling, eedinir and mixing, a womau can - ' nulcklv make mince tile, fruit pud- fZ aing, orirun cuKBiimi win ue we uo- m light or ner nousenoia. eince none i Buch is sold everywhere there Is no m ore need of making your own mince j meat than o( making your own yeast. Try one package iu cents. , Take no snrnuiuis. One of the Few certainties in trentinc disease is coun ter Irritation tho effect, usually, of piasters, isut Johnson's lse.Umumm ' Planter is mnra thn.ii a mero t-xititant I of tho fikin; it relievos and cure? o!go 0 by tho absorption of ils iiiwlicinsl $ propertios. jionco tho snreint tmA iS thoroughness of tho relief it gives. There are other good laiitm, but 1 this ia tho best. And the Lest is what we want. The K'-iraino Lews K the Red Cross. Look for it. ? JOHNSON & JOJINSOX, V Hnni'.fact'irlii" Chmnwtn, New York. if? 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