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wkisf.dit. iraiL n. isa. EILLSBORO. : : : OHIO NEWS EPITOME. Of Important Events of the Week. DOMINTIC. Charmc F. Krino, of St. Loiif. rR rn tried on the same chure of munlor Pfvm ttrnf, and three times umitonred to be hung. The cfise was appenli'd after the lnt trini to the V. H. Supreme Court, which hns rdnred another trial. 3t Is held by the U. R. Supreme Court kbftt the city of ftarannnh is liable for the bondfi, whit-h it indorsed in l'J, vi the Savannah, Albany and (iulf Railroad. Tho. Mi'KI'HY, doing business on West Sixth Street, liiu iimati, has asiK'ied to C. W. Baker. The assignee's IkuhI fixed ut t,KK). In New York, Jacob W. Frazier, denier in firearms, asHipnel, with prefer tneeo amounting to 77, K. The hanking bouse of C. H. Coy & Co., in Toledo., sus pended wit h .Tlti,tHH in liabilities, und a -set a laid to nKKT'Vt'te an equal atnoHitt. (Jinf.h a l Thomas Reynold, late Fen ion Apent at Madison, Wi., who fraudu lently obtained SVHN, will escape punish pient, the United States Attorney at Mndtpon having received a letter frnin Attorney -CJcnoral Rrewster authorizing him to enter a mill? f-n'trqiti when the cae cciimm up, provided Reynolds returns the amount taken, lie was accused of collect ing pensions of widows who had been dead rmue years. Haknvm and his partners were arretted in New York on the 'id, for allowing chil dren to iMTb-rm on tricycles ami bicycles. I'hvfcicians testified that the health of the tnldren was n-t injured thereby, either I hysicaliy or ni"in!!y. TnB I'ennyl van in Hnne 1ms pued the Ni hoNon Cotiprcsional Apprt ion men t bill, which gives thu lU'jailiiicans fifteen nd the Pemocrats thirteen dNt rift. Am the result of a quarrel in ;st. Louis on ti.e .kl over a woman of the t v n, Albert Winp, brother of K. Runisey Wing, the late Vnited States Mini-tor to Kcuadm, -hot and killed Joseph Glenn, a dry poods clerk. Charles Win;;, a brother of the murderer and a tine lawyer, is in jail in Princeton, Ky., finder indictment for killing Chief of Police Cruder, of that place. Alhort once danger ously wounded ft man in Kentueky, and was only saved from the penitentiary by a j ardon ufter conviction. A nriT has been begun against Rev. John H. Fleming, of Boston, und Archbishop "Williams for damages, on account of the serious mental disorders into which a child was thrown by having taken away from her by them some paper images of angelR, with which she had beer. me infatu ated. Okn. Grant has been elected President t'f the American Rifle Association. Mibs Loujre, the youngest daughter of ex-Secretary Evurts, was married, on the 8d, to Dr. Charles Davis Scudder, of New York City. A boiler in the GrifTln Mills, at Mose Point, Miss., exploded on the 3d, killing nine and injuring ten persons. Mabked burglars entered a cottage in De troit on the night of the ltd, und assaulted the occupants, three aged people, Frederick Morris and wife and Mrs. Hauagan, and left them terribly bruised and frightened. Mrs. Morris, who was intimidated by re Tolvers and severely beaten owing to her attempts to scream, has since become hope lessly insane and her life is despaired of. For some reason the burglars took nothing of value from the house. No arrests have been made. Thk St. Louis Merchants' Exchange has established a uniform rate of sixty pounds for corn and ninety pounds fur wheat per car for grain going through the elevators. Two young men of Dubois, Pa., aged eighteen and nineteen years, agreed to set- , tie an old grudge by resort to a prize fight. I In the sixth round Martin Linsky struck his head in such a manner, in fulling, us to break his neck. His untagonist, Michael McLaughlin, gave himself up to the author ities. Arrests have leen made in nearly all the large cities of men who were engaged in gilding the new five cent piece in order to give them the appearance of -V gold piecert. Two children were cremated by the burn ing of a negro cabin near Nashville a few days ago. The date of the meeting of the Grand Army of the Cumberland has been chang ed by Gen. Sheridan from September lit and 0 to October .'4 and '25. At a meeting of Tk-ustees of the Penn sylvania University on the 3d, a commit te report was presented setting forth a I Inn for the education of women by which they will receive the same course of in struction us young men, but at a different time and place. All, however, receive de grees oil the same terms. The report will be acted upon at the next meeting of the board. At a horse race in Russellville, 111., on W.o 4th, James Davis and James Smith , barreled. The latter was killed, and a t ystander severely wounded. The Sanitary Council of the Mississippi V illey, in session at Jackson, Miss., on the Ui, indorsed the National Board of Health, i. ,-l voted to ask the President to place H ,' '.OOo of the Epidemic Fund in the hands (i he Board fur disbursement in case its ut is demanded. A ah main running under the streets at Jvi.timore exploded with terrific force on ti.t 4th, filling the air with stones and dirt, u:- shaking looking-glasses, pictures, etc., ti ( :a the wallH of houses in the surround- ii. j. neighborhood. Two children were i'ii mhI beneath the debris and when found wee dead. A number of others were seri oii'iy injured from being thrown to the gicund by the shock. The explosion was viv sed by a lighted match being dropped inti) the sewer through which the defective ga- pipe ran. Four convicts recently attempted to es t ;-pe from Chester prison, Illinois. They were all recaptured, three of them having 1 een shot and seriously wounded. Duriho the Kocialist Congress at Copen hagen telegraphic communications were ex changed with leading members of the Irish party ill New York. At Baton Rouge, La., on the 4th, in an altercation botween W. T. Sanders, broker, and W. A. Leesneur, publisher of the Cap italian Advocate, the latter was shot through the head and died in two hours. Both are well connected. Young's furniture factory at Green M ring, Ohio, was destroyed by tire on the Mil, causing a los of -WW. Other losses reported were the Goodall Block, iu Dela ware, Ohio, fciiiiO; stables of Jesse Hoi bert, Goshen, N. Y., with forty-four cows and two horses; residence of W. P. Dun tan, Shelbyville, Ind., $1,000. Several buildings were burned iu Gree ley, Col., on the itii, the toss aggregating $1:10,000. The California praln trade have organ ized for the puri one of securing the re moval of the excess ve arbitration allow ances on cargoes of California wheat in Liverpool. The bridegroom, aged seventy-six, James Robinson by name, who persuaded a To ledo lady to marry him by giving her a txgus check for -tlUO.OtfO, and afterward ran a way with fTO and a gold-headed cane be-, longing to the officiating clergy man, has been arrested in Hamilton, Canada. John A. Wii, mm, with his wife and five daughters, were burned to death in their house, three miles from Hartweck, N. Y., on the nth. lit West Union, W. Va., a few days ago, a grocer named Paye and one daughter wore murdered with a hatchet, and another da lghter left for dead, by three men living in the vicinity, who were bent on robbery. They have been arrested. At Missouri Valley, Iowa, John Moss and "Wm. Points had a brutal rough and tumble fight, lasting over an hour, in which Points ad a finger bitten off, and Moss lost his nose. Points died from his injuries on the &th. The quarrel was about a woman, for whose afbH-tions they were rivals. E. & H. t'. Anthony & Co., dealers in photograph c supplies, New York City, have begun civil proceedings against Charles Bath and James H. Burnett, who, they a Metro, as agents of plaintiffs, em bezzled iUMi'ii. Criminal suits have also hVen entered. Aivi('E8 from Helena, Ark., on the 5th stated that the Mississippi was rising at the rate f half an inch an hour, and there was danger that the cropB will be submerg ed a second time. A mkftin'O of the Blu kmore heirs, who claim a vast amount of property, including the ground upon which the White House and Government buildings in Washington stand, held a meeting in Pittsburg recent ly and effected an organization. James M. Simmons, on of the conspirn tor? charged with the assassination of General Tucker, at Okolona, Miss., Septem ber 14, ISM, has been sentenced to hang. The bricklayers' strike in Chicago has thrown more than f,(K0 men out of work and the number will be greatly increased by the stopping of work in other trades, if the strik? is protracted. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Official returns from the municipal elections which occurred in the cities of Ohio on the id, indicate a Democratic vic tory for all the prominent officers in the principal cities. At Cincinnati Thomas J Stephens, Democrat, was elected Mayor by about i,WK) majority. The Republicans elected K. O. E-helby for Comptroller, John A. Caldwell for Prosecuting Attor ney, and Win. H. Moore for Wharfmaster. The Democrats elect the rest of the ticket At Cleveland John H. Farley, Democrat was elected Mayor by probably not less than o,KX majority over George . Gard ner, Republican. Thoontirecity Democratic ticket is reported elected, and the Demo crats have control of the next Council. Wulcutt, Republican, is elected Mayor of Columbus by about 4K majority. The bal ance of the ticket is divided. The vote was close everywhere. At the annual meeting, held in New York, of holders of Stnndurd Oil Trust cer tificates, 4,0. votes, representing $4,.riK),000 were cast for the re-election, as Trustees, of Benjamin Brewster, John D. Archibals and Chas. Pratt for the next three years. Ex-Senator Thurman fell on the stairs in his residence in Columbus a few evenings since and broke his left arm between the elbow and shoulder. Nathan S. Morke, the business manager of the New York Daily AVw.s, committed suicide on the 4th, owing to temporary de rangement caused by overwork and nerv ousness. Jt DfiE Grewham, of Indiana, has beeu ap pointed by the President to the Postmaster- Generalship. Ho has an excellent record both as a soldier and a civilian, and pos sesses the additional qualification of being a citizen of a pivotal State. Peter Cooper, the New York philanthro pist, died in that city of pneumonia, on the morning of the 4th. Barnum, the New York showman, being acquitted of the charge of cruelty to chil dren recently preferred egainst him, has offered $tU a week to Jenkins, Superin tendent of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, if he would permit him to exhibit him (Jenkins) through the coun try as a man who would prevent children from making an honest livelihood. It is estimated that the Labor bill re cently passed by the Wisconsin Legislature, imposing fine and imprisonment in case of employment of children under fourteen years of age, will throw nearly three thou sand chihben out of employment in Mil waukee alone. Jefkeksun Davis has written a letter to the Secretary of the Southern Historical Society, in which he states that circum stances beyond his control will prevent his attending the meeting of the Society, to be held in Nashville, Tenn.,onthe iil.st prox. Herman Barwick sued Miss McLean, In a New York Court for .f 10,000 damages for breach of promise. The doctor who at tended him in his affliction modestly claims if it had not been for his valuable services, plaintiff would have been an unhappy in mate of an insane asylum. The bill exempting those who observe the seventh day of the week, from the pen alties of the Sunday laws of 1704, was de feated in the Pennsylvania House of Rep resentatives bv a vote of 130 to 37. WASHINGTON NOTES. Frederick Dk FRouviLi.E,a former mem ber of the Signal Corps, on the 3d shot and killed his wife and then committed suicide, at his wife's home in East Washington. The motive for the deed is supposed to bo the jealousy of De Frouville, aud his wife's refusal to longer live with him. Ex-Senator Windom visited the Post oflice Department in Washington a few days ago, on business for a Wisconsin rail road. Vuite a commotion ensued, the em ployes of the Department supposing that he had been appointed to succeed the late Postmaster General Howe. There were issued during March 8,047 certificates for pensions. The Pension Bu reau is complimented for being able to dispose of the enormous amount of business which a gem runs Congress has thrown upon it. The number and value of stumps, stamped envelopes and postal cards called for by postmasters requisitions received at the Postofliee Department on the 4th nst. are as follows: Number stamps, 28,000,000; envelopes, l,000,0u0; postal cards, 2,100,000; aggregate value, $700,000. These orders exceed, iu the aggregate, any ever before received in one day. The President appointed Lieutenant Col onel Anderson D. Nelson, U. 8. A. (retired) Deputy Governor of the Soldiers' Home, vice Major Milton Cogswell, deceased. Treasurer Wyuan paid the salaries of the members of the House of Representa tives for the month ending on the 4th inst. Payment was made upon the certificates is sued by the Speaker. Among those paid was Representative Ochiltree, the First Comptroller having withdrawn his prohibi tion in thiii cane. Payment was, however, refused in the case of Delegates Raymond and Siugister, the Comptroller having noti fied the Treasurer that such payment would be charged against his own account. It is supposed, however, that the accounts of these delegates will be settled in a short time. Brevet Major General Joseph t. Barnes, Brigadier General of the United States Army (retired) and late surgeon of the army, died at his residence in Washing ton on the morning of the 5th. The President has made the following appointments: A. W. Sheldon, of Mary land, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Arizona, vice W, W.Hoover, superseded; Wm. W. Carter, Collector ft Internal Revenue for the Peventh District of Indiana; Thtvld B. Fu sell, Cuited States Marshal for the K.mtern I list rict of Arkansas ; Henry Ward, Indian Inspector, vice Wm. J. Pollock, resigned, pRKmiiENT Arthur left Washington on hii Florida excursion trip on the morning of the fth. He was accompanied by his Private Secretary and a numtior of news paper correspondents. His depnrtrre was from the name depot in which Garfield was shot. At a meeting of the Women's National Industrial League at Washington on the 5th, Mrs. Charlotte Smith, President of the Association, offered resolutions, which were adopted, lamenting the death of Peter Cooper, and expressing the high respect and admiration of the members of the League for his pure and beneficent life and char acter. "No man," the resolution say, "ever questioned his integrity or envied birn his success In life. He UHed his wealth as a sacred trust, and thousands daily blessed him. History has no record of a better, braver or more generous man." WASHINGTON NOTES. FOREIGN. The marriage of Prince Louis Ferdinand, of Bavaria, to Infanta Maria dolla Par,, was celebrated in the chapel of the Royal Pal ace in Madrid, with the usual Rtate cere mony, on the 2d. The Patriarch of the Indies was present, and the King and Vueen of Spain were sponsors. The German Socialists concluded a three days' secret Congress in Copenhagen on the Od. Sixty members were present. It was decided to strongly oppose at elections in 1NH4, Bismarck's policy, chiefly his social programme, and force the fight against cap ital. The German police believed the Con gress was being held in Switzerland. Hnrr Yollmor, who was in attendance, was ar rested upon his return to Berlin. Five Po cialistst who urged resistunre in the event of the police Interfering with the meeting in Paris on the 0th, have been sentenced to three years' imprisonment. Minister Lowell, in a speech at the Lord Mayor's banquetat Iondon on the 3d, snid that he hnd from time to time read sensational statements in the newspapers purporting to give instructions he hnd re ceived from his Government and words he had spoken on diplomatic questions. He would say these prophesies wore like those of the Prophet Wiggins. Ho should in spite of them continue to believe the good rela tions existing between Great Britain ami the Cnited States would be enduring. Cer tainly nothing that he could do would tend to lessen their friendly character. The National Theatre in Berlin took fire at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of the 4tli, and was wholly destroyed with all its contents. There was no loss of life. A dispatch from Rome says the story of the triple defensive alliance between Ger many, Austria and Italy against France, has been made the occasion by the press o( Italy for many anti-French articles. The Bishop of Bohemia, alarmed at the rapid spread of Spirituulism, has declared that anyone professing belief in Spiritual ism is guilty of heresy. Michael Davitt has written a vigorous letter to the Young Ireland Society of Glas gow, in which he says the dynamite policy can only have the effect of exasperating the English Democracy. It is stilted that China has agreed to rec ognize a French protectorate over Tonquin, upon condition that France continues to pay tribute to China. The ice-house of Cosgrove & Co.ta brewery, at Toronto, gave way a few days ago, owing to the recent freshet sapping the foundations, and liquor and grain to the value of $20,000 were lost. The powder depot at Passo Correse, Italy, for use of engineers conducting op erations there, exploded on the 5th. Forty persons were killed and many injured, some fatally, A recent cablegram from Moscow states that a large mine has lieen discovered con necting with the Kremlin, where the coro nation of the Czar is to take place. A re quest has been wired to St. Petersburg for one hundred suppers to bo sent ut onco to Moscow for tho purpose of destroying the mine. Another arrest was made in Loudon 011 the ."th of suspicious characters iu the vicinity of Fleet street, with explosives in their possession. Nearly half a ton o nitro-glycerine has been seized. Extra sentinels have been placed about the police buildings and mdsor Castle. Iu Birming ham a nitro-glycerine factory was found in full operation. The place was in charge of an Irish-American. It has been definitely decided that neither Parnell nor any of the other members of the Irish Parliamentary party will attend the convention at Phila delphia, Pa. LATER NEWS. It is estimated that the Marion Ti ut Company, of Indianapolis and Chicago, whieh has been placed on the fraud list of the Postofflce Department, has received from ovorcredulous investors full v 2' 10,000. Alexander Williams, colored, arrested at Vicksburg, Miss., for brutally assaulting a negro girl named Lena Moses, was taken from jail by u mob nnd hanged. Notwithstanding the numerous protests which are being received at Berlin from America against the injustice of prohibit ing the importation of American pork into Germany, the Government, evidently In fluenced tby sanitary reasons, seem deter mined to enforce the statute muking such importations unlawful. Thh Interior Department has refused per mission to the request of Chief Bushyheud, that the; importation of whisky in small quantities into the Cherokee reservation be permitted. Five indictments have been found by the grand jury at Moorehead, Minn., ugaiust ex-Sheri(TBodkiii three for allowing pris oners to escape, aud two for embezzlement. Bodkin is one of tho oldest settlers, ami last fall was a candidate for the State Sen ate. ; The New York Society to Protect Chil- j dren from Cruelty has sunt a circular let ter to factories and .underground works iu that State notifying them that it was the purpose of the Society to enforce the laws regulating the employment of children, ami asking the co-operation of the proprietors. At Cincinnati, during a fog on the morn ing of the (ith, the tow-boat Bengal Tiger, from Pittsburg for Louisville, collided with the Cincinnati pier of the Newport bridge, sinking two of her barges, and greatly damaging the rest of her tow. Loss about $6,000. At the Cincinnati Cooperage Works on the 6th, two men, William Auber and Geo. Lapp, were killed by the bursting of a wheel, and John KaufTmun was Hurio un injured. The grand jury at Albemarle, N. C.,have found a true bill against Dr. K. A. Ander son for the murder of young Charlie Ross, last summer, who was riddled with bullets while on his way home one night. The Pennsylvania corporations which failed to make return to the Attorney Gen eral during the past three years forfeit their charters at the expiration of thirty days, unless good cause for derulictiunbe shown. Of the list of companies nearly all are al ready defunct. At Concord, N. C, on the b'th, Jacob En day, a wealthy citizen, sent his wife away on some pretended mission, undressed, lay down on his bed aud blew his head off with a shotgun. Canadian newspaper men have asked the Postmaster General of the Dominion to abolish postage on papers delivered in the city or town of publication. An order to that effect will shortly be publiuhed. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. la tub Put Bnat on th 99th, felltt wre ftacMMl ai follows- Authorising th Boartt of M rftlion of OltiMtMid Townnhip, CuTi-ho mnn!?, tn mnk Hn iltttttoriMl 17 fnr l pur mime ; net- ln fw'h tol riUtrlrl for prt ol aoft Wftxhh'flitn Cminli''; iithnrtirt(( the J,H of Kriumiion of Wilmington to Iwite hondg for Rrhonl pnrpw- Htboriii9 Miori Rut, Trumbull i ounty. to Iranafwr fundi; dffinlriR mom xrift cIIt the d 11 Hp of th Railroad ommiMtonfr, no u to prTAtit tiujnat d ipiTimintilon to rules. It tmk effect My l in tho HoiiMt, ftinonf othor hili. th fo. low In WAr pftaMtt : Including Cnrroli (ountT In the lint authoriwd to pay rawftrd fox Scalp of woodrhurki and ground-be ; morilWg mm -lion 7!( so that the 't n'i Identity Inftr-nm'T aiithoritli'H thmll nay for trtifTr1ng Intrwiop to tho r Infllltiitton from Ijongrlew Atrium; diroct int thf Commiftainnemof Hamilton f'-ountj to make rir and Imp'OTfimenUi at Iongvipw Anylum; authorizing the CommlwIoDeni of Putnam i ouuty to ImproTB watr rourwi, ben s' bill by Mr. Ilollfngnworth, as amended by Mr. Jagor, making It read a follow: "That tho numlifr of ah area of tho (Inoiunati, Wheeling and Now York Knilroadj Company, each of which now repreoni t"0 of par value, be ro dtiwd to one-half, and thf stork hercsftoT berfpre MMitod by ah are of f 100 oarh." AmendfHi Houno bill by Mr. (.'onnor so aa to change tho number of Diem hart of Board of FduraHon In Hamilton Ctmniy from aix to Avo In pM'iaJ and vIHrko dis trict, being Intended to break Iho dead -loo ka at borklxnd and Winton Plare. The hill dooa not af fect Tillaea dlntricla this spring because of tin ahort tima bfMwfen now and the electiou, and beeatiso nl I tho candfdMei hsTO been nominated for tho flrt Monday of April, In urerial flMMriris the election occur on the second Monday, and there la time yt for elections under the bill. Mr. Godfrey intro duced a bit making the kidnapping law upply to all children under stite n year of age, Inntead of twelve, so aa to protect young girl. Ik thk (State Senate on the Will, hills were paMd a follows: Authorizing Wibhire, Van Wert (kiunty, to borrow money for expetiMw Incurred In npprefng the amallpo't ; limiting the poweia of tho Athena County ComniiHaioneni In malting mud Improvement; authorizing the inpeotors, k"t and weigher to appoint their own deputies; authOTlring (he Comtu wieners of Lucas County to pwy the claim of Andrew H cut flit 1 : for damage by the breaking of the can.il: Authorizing the Com mii nfra of Clermont County to purchn tho Onio iiimpike and aiake it free; dividing Monroe Township, Perry ounty, into two elec tion precinct: appropriating ftSO.IHK) to pay oil part of tha Mate'a bnde t indebted nr ; amending ection 37:100 aa to legalize the reorgan ization of tne Cinriiininl t'oMtfo of Music a a cor poration, to he conducted without profit to atnek nolder ; enabling 'r--t and benevolent, aocltie to own slovk In building for lodge purpows to the Houe. hill were lntroiliu-cd as follows: Mr, Hrady Authorizing the Commissioners of tton dinby County t.i vy mHiiiutml tuxes for poor purpose; V r. UigHan t . r,oo i n? the r cbt of way to the Cincinnati and r.:io-i u Kdtroad through St.tte grounds in Millcrenk Township, Hamilton (bounty; Mr II ilil.ind Amending the Hct of April 14, issfi, -wliii 11 gave rp ciul agents p r cent, lor getting oiniced jtcrwna! nnd other prop er! y on the old tax duplicate In Hamilton County. The old bill, it i c anned, put fj;. oit lito the Count v 1 reaury . ami tt is c!ai nu d 1 hi will put in over f.-oo,0iK, and reduces the per cent, to the apecial agents to in per c-nt. ; Mr. IM-ke A mend ing the law n as to provide for further qualllic;i tionauf Justice of th? Peace. IN thk State Senntr-on the 3d the following bill wan in 1 1 od tired by iVr. Hull: Amending Hcction t41( 'U that when Probate Judges am li tercsled with corporation wanting to condemn proper ty, suit can be brought in Common Plcus Court ut regular or special -esMnn. Hiilj were pass d us fol lows: Senate bill by Mr. DieknifOn Amending ection :i41 of the in;irnce law, bo aa to provide for pay men 1 oi lo.-s by lightning alone, a well as by tire; House till 'by Mr. Online Author izing Mount iileyd, Morrow County, to transfer fund; Hou-e hill by Mr. Kitehcart Providing for tho bet ter i m pro veti 1 ent of rods i 11 Jefferson County; House bill Ity Mr. Hr:uly Creating an election preeinet from puita of Washington and Jackson Tuwn-htps, Ninduky 'ounty In the House many petition" w:re presented for local hilN; also for pnjh'hitiutf constitutional amendment, pasfugo of the l.ove bill to teach tho hVctj" of hquois in the who N, and for ttie establishment of mi Epileptic Asylum. HiiN were introduced as follow Mr. Cunningham Authoiiing Middletowii, Ilullcf'County, to issu-i $9,5U0 of live 1 mm rem. Imnds to redeem their eight per cent, Water-work bond Head twice, Mr, walker -Amending section of the lluilrond Jhws, so that for ca li fares additional rates can bo charged over that p:tid for tickets Ten cent ad ditiunal for le.s than fifty miles, tweiity-hve cents for twenty to fifty miles, and for greater distance one-half cent per mile, the conductors in each casi to give passengers a receipt for the amount p.id iu -a and the excess over the regu lar fare to he refunded on presenting the certiticute at ny ticket office of the company. In caae the rod re luscs to ray baok the extra fare, it shall be liable for tlve time the excess and all co:ts in any county through which the road paws, and theion duetor collecting fare and refusing to give the cer tificate slmil be subject to a line of $-'-0, or thirty days imprisonment. Ohio Inventors. The following Ohio inventors wre prank ed patents on the ud : John Wr C. Alday, Duyton, archery target: Charles ft. liid ingor, bottle wrapper; Frank Brown, Cha fTrin Falls, fence pout; Charles F. Brushy Cleveland, carbon rod or stick, and niech uniisiii for making same: Charles F. Brush, Cleveland, serondary battery element; Jaa. M. Butler, . UmilU, w'etablo cutter; Newtun Campbell, lliabetiuown, car colliding; John M. Clark, ussignor of two thirds to S.T. J.Colemuuand K. B. IteynoMs, Cincinnati, horseshoe blank roll; Bickloy V. Cloak, assignor of one-half to J. Cloak, Dayton, rar-coupling : John G. Dalio, Springtleld, saw cutting tool; John S. Davis, assignor to 'lulodo Mower and Ken per Company, Toledo, grain-binding harvester; John K. Dmiovaii, Cincinnati, clothes-wringer; John K. Donovan, Cincin nati, pattern for producing castings ; Kdgar A. Kdwards, Cincinnati, assignor to Wm. (iottschall, trnsUio, Dayton, electric arc lump: Edward Evans, Mansfield, railway crossing: Robert U. Han ford, jr., Columbus, fastening for straps, etc. : Robert ft. Han ford, jr., Columbus, buckle; Benjamin 8. Horing, Cambridge, hotel indicator; Chas. C. Kilter, I'rbaiia, street lamp: John Syn am, Cleveland, wire reeling- machine; Hermann L. AVarba4-h, Clevelund, dart; Ju eob Miller, Canton, threshing and cleaning machine; Harry F. Moore, New Richmond, assignor to F.Farrell,Ansonia, Conn. (appar atus for preparing mash for fermentation; Henry C. Nicholson, Mfc. AVsshington, elec tric railway signal: Jonathan Ostrander, Cleveland, machine for rolling metal bars; Wales A. Packard, assignor of one-half to William Baker, Urbana, dash-board for vehieles; Orsemus Sherwood, Cleveland, vessel unloading apparatus; John Htaiiton and C. Reting, Cincinnati, toy; George Swingle, " 4th," Rosoville, fence-post; Tlenry H. Thorp, Cleveland, type; Theo bald Fungeuiach aud K. Oshe, anosville, attachment for faucets: Win. M. Wallace, Bridgeport, manufacture of glassware ; John 1. Williams, Youngstown, metal roll ing mill; William W. Worcester, Cincin nati, fence stay or brae-: Wesley Young, Dayton, hedge fence. State News Items. Thk Wool Growers Association met iu Columbus, fm the ;ioth, to consider the ac tion f Congress on the wool turiff. A Committee on Resolutions was appointed, consisting of W. N. Cowdcn, R. K. Willis, J. Kiikputrick, S. W. Thomas, C. Stool fire, C. S. Chainnan, J. W. Pollock, J. C. Sted hens and C. Delano. The Committee on Resolutions presented a lengthy report, de claring that the wool growers of Ohio ex press their indignation at the injustice done to the producers of wool, and the business of sheep husbandry, by the recent action of Congress in reducing the duty the duty on foreign wools. Thk Auditor of Stut ha completed his semi-annual settlement with all of the County Treasurers, with the exception of Hamilton County, in which case the settle ment has been postponed pending a suit in tho Supreme Court. The Welland (Out.) Tribune tella the following sad story: In our lust is sue, we puvo an account of tin; terrible iiccidcnt at Witrdlaw's ytim factory, in (iult, whereby a young niiin named ISoiifrhner was killed w hile holding a belt for tho foreman of the room to lace. His foreman's name wa Charles Card ingle v, and he took the death of young Houghncr very much to heart. To drown bid sorrow he commenced to drink, and, notwithstanding every ef fort which was made to get him to break off, he continued drinking until an attack of delerium tremens set iu, and soon after he breathed his last, never having done a stroke of work since the accident. Late the other night au apparently young man, who hud fallen from a train at St. Louis aud been injured, was car ried to the County Hospital, when it was discovered that tho sufferer was a female. Though she first gave her name as "John Puxton," she later said her proper appellation was Mary Click, that she was sixteen years old, and had worn male attire bince her eighth year. She had been working at manual labor, aud onee when she put on female cloth ing had been lined for masquerading. Her injuries were not serious, , TOPICS OF THE DAY. Howrm., the new tenor oyr whom European or.r ffoeni are in eoHtanics, wan formerly, like Wachtel, acab driver. Thh krwfwt bid for placing the new deflXs required in the House of Repre sentatives at Washington, in at a mod erate figure only $16 20 for each. A FiOKiDA alligator cultnrint has over 1,000 little rpptilee in stock to fill spring orders from the North, and be laughs at men who waste their time in Congress at $o,000 a year. pUNDEB merchants, many of whom carry standing credits in the United StatR of from $715,000 to $100,000, say they have fewer bad dobts in the United States than iu Europe. Alexander H. Stbpbrns, Georgia's deceased Governor, had longer obituary notices in the London papers the morning after his death than any American who has died in the past quarter of a century. The average rate of charge on the American railways per ton of passengers for a mile is $3.2f; the average per mile for a ton of freight is $1.29 per ton pel mile. The profit made out of carrying a ton of passengers a mile is 86.8 cento; the profit out of carrying a ton of freight a mile is 0.53 cent. Thb law library of the late Justice Clifford, of the United States Supremo Court, is now offered for sale at Tort land, Me., and an effort is being made to have it purchased as a whole and kept in that city as a public library. It is said to be the largest law library in New Eugland except one in Boston. A comparison of statistics shows Xew York as tho third O rmau city in the world, coming after Berlin and Vienna. Chicago, Philadelphia, and St. Imis rank close to Frankfort, Hamburg, and Dresden. Boston jb the only large city in the country where Germans are not found in large numbers. A day laborer who was employed dig ging up frozen water pipes about the streets of Denver, Col., died recently. In his trunk were found a suit of broad cloth, white shirts and manuscr'pt sermons, and the story soon became known that he was a well-known clergy man of tho United Brethren denomina tion. A TjAwhfit to determine the owner ship of a huge meteoric stone which fell in Emmet, Iowa, is about to be tried. The owner of the land on which it fell claims that it is his for that reason, and the man who Baw it fall aud dug it up believes the court will hold his title per fect. The stone has considerable value, for it weighs 600 podnds. Therb is in London a Post-office Orphans Home, with 133 inmates, the children of deceased members of the Postal service. The Association having the Home in charge has a membership of over one thousand, all of whom are connected with the Postal service. Sub scriptions for the maintenance of the home are received from the general pub lic, but the dues from members of thu Association are usually sufficient. The death of John Brown, the old Scot who has been the dovoted person al attendant of the Queen, will make an English sensation. This John Brown was one of the most obstinate and fanat ical of men, and his attendance upon the Queen has been so persistent, and a times obtrusive, that it has been of fensive, ane taken as the basiH of gossip not worthy of mention. Brown was the favorite servant of Prince Albert, and he has been for more than twenty years constantly on guard for the Queen's protection, ready to give his life at any moment to defend her. His fierce de votion has been like that of a noble dog for a child. The disturbed state of affairs in Paris is partly due to the fact that a great number of men are out of work. The Puriscorrespoudent of the London Times estimates the unemployed at sixty thou sand. Under such circumstances it is to be expected that there will be demonstra tions of a threatening character. The dissatisfaction turns against the Geveru ment for the reanon that a large amount of public work has beeu stopped. Serious disturbances have only been averted by a strong arm, which brought the services of the soldiery as well as of the police intorequisition. The success of the Gov ernment in thus quelling the disturbance seemed to strengthen it, but M. Paul de CaHsagnac, in bis speech in the Chamber of Deputies, said that while a riot had given the Government power, by a riot it would fall. To Frenchmen with sixty thousand hungry men in the streets his words were full of, meaning. The con tract whieh lias since been entered into for the erection of dwellings will have tho double effect of reducing riots and giving work to a portion of those out of employment It is much m're likely to afford the Government permanent strength than any display of soldiery. Prof. Leidy lias lately made micro scopical examination of the blood of the last victim in a herd of cows owneM by a farmer iu Salem, N. J., where there had been several deaths. The animal was well to appearance, milked as usual at evening, and died the next morning. The bloed from the spleen was fouud teeming with bateric of the form known aa bacillus anthrax. They were more numerous than the blood corpuscles. The first thought is that milk sent to market a feir hours before such death must carry the bacilli, capable of giving contagion, to which a medical journal adds: "If the fat from the carcasses of such animals finds its way to the nearest oleomargarine manufactory as this sub stance is rendered only at a temperature under 120 by the patent now supreme we leave our readers to draw iheir own conclusions respecting the results whei such uncooked animal produce is used as an article of diet remembering that the death point of bacilli hi far above 120." 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Ut it Ktsched by At Gtnunl At' tttftbly tht iitnte 0 (lliree-fifiUi nf the memutiii rli-cibU to each house agreeing thereto), Tbal a pr'poiitiuu to amuoti the coDaiiltmun ol tho ttute ut Ohio be, and ihe (nine hereby ub mittrd to the electors uf ttie etate at the election to be held ou lht secoua Tuetusy of October, A. D. ifM, as folluwe: That st-ctiuns one, two and six of article four, entitled "judicial" be ameuded so a to read at lollows: bat lion . The judicial power of the state is vetted ia a infirtme court, circuit court", conns of common plena, courts of profane, justices ef tb peace, and iiicn oibor courts lufsriur to the tu preuae cuuit, as the general afsmbly way from limetotioiu cetabliih. BecMou 2. The supreme court shall, until other wise provided by law, coimlsi of Ave judges, a ma jority of vbum competent to sit shall bo ueces Sfiry to form a quorum or to pronounce a decision, except as hereinafter provided. It shall have original jurisdiction iu q uo warrant, mandamus, hait.it (orpui and freffftHrf, und such appellate jurisdiction as may be provided by law. It shall hold at leal oue term in each year at the seat of government, and such other terms, there or else where, as may be provided by law. The judges of the supreme court shall bs eluded by the elec lois of the euiw at lare, lor sucti term, not lets than five vearst actbe Kenoral asit-mbty may pre scribe, and they shall be elected and their oflictai leim ihal) bifin at iucb time an mny b f 'itd l.y law. In cae tlio (reuetal ambly shah increase the number of such jodtfe, the Irst term ol each ofsoch additional J mi cm shall be such, that in eat b year alter tbelr iliai eittciinn, so iq.ial inim ber of judges of the kupreme court hali be elect ed, except in siectbws to All va'tineies: and whentiver the cumbrr of vucb. judgt-stsball be in crMi'd, the git net al aerbbhr may au.boriie tnch court to organize d I vicious tnareot, not exceeding thraa. eacU division to consist 01 au equal nam bur of Judtf'; for the adjudication ot cafes, a major ity of each dlvial'.n shall constitute a qnorurn, andsarb an aangnnsui of lbs cases to racb di vision may he anade as such court may dotm ex pedient, but whenever all tbe judges, of either dlvWiou, bearing a caae shall net coucur as to the jodgruant to be rwudsred tberwin, or whenever a cane shall Involve the constitutionality of au a t of tta general asiemhly. or of au act of congres, tt snalibe rt-iervfed to the whole court for adjud -cillon. The judgrs of ihe supreme court in of Ice. wi.eu this ainendmtat takes eflect, shall continue to hold tholr oAcee until their succes sors arts elected and uualliied. Section 0. Tb circuit courts shall have like original juris 'lctton with the supreme ourl, at-d such aspells.M jor.srticilon ua may be provided by law. Such cmrts shall be composed of inch num ber Gfjuugt-s a maybe piovldrd by law, and ball he heid In acb rountv, at least once in eaa year. Tbe number of eucatts, and th- boundaries thereof, shall bs prescribed by law. Such Jud,s shall be sleeted in eah circuit by the electors' tberecf, and at such time and for such term as my prescribed by law, and tbe same number shall be elected In each circuit. Kacb juoge ball be cenpetsBt to exciie his judicial powrs la say sirvult. Tbe gc serai anaombly may ebaagc. from time to time, tbe nambor or boundaries 0 tbe circuits. Tbe alrcuit courts shall be tbe suc cessors of tbe district courts, aud all ensee, Judg ments, records, and proceedings peLdicg la fan teuict conns, iu ths several counties ol any dis trict, sbal) be transferred to tho circuit courts, la tbe several eenniles, ana bo precueded In as Cbongh sa d district courts bad aot been abolish ed, aud tbe district courts shall continue la exts teace enill the eleetlen and quahacatioa of the edf of the circuit courts. Aad be ll furiasr resolved, that at said election, Ike voters dsilrlBft to vote In favor ol said amend saeat, shall have placed upon tbelr ballots, tbe words, "Judicial cobsiltotlooel amendrcent, yes," and tee voters who de not favor tba adoption uf said amsadaisnt, auavplsceoa tbelr ballots tbs words, "judicial couvtliulional amendment, no;" and li a majority of all tbe votes psased cast at said oiectioB shall be tujfavor of snid amendment, tb tta said ssctiuns oue, two and six .herein set forib, shall be and constitute tbs sections so ameadad la said judicial article (fuoi) of the con autuilon of tho state cf Ohio, and said original scitous oue, two and six, aud aiso sections ive and eievsu of said srilcls, suall ba ispsalod and aoaalled. I.N. HATHAWAY, StaMtrrt Urn. 0tkt Ihutt f Xtprttnttivt. R. fJ. RICHARDS. Prttidtnt tht Stnats. Adopted March 80, 1SB8. Unhid Btatis op Amirica, Ouio. Cmci of thb feaomaTAAT ow Stave. I, Jambs W. Niwmam, Secretary of State of the Vate of Ohio, do aereby certltV, that the forego ing Is a true oepr f a Juiai ttaaolutloa adopUd by (be (ieusral escoiMy of the atai of Ohio, on trio ovnti day of fa sreb, A. i). lews, as laaea hum tbe original rolls ni4 la this ofttie, la lasTmoav tVaaaanr, I have hereunto sub roilbed my nsms, ayd aiTaad ths great a) of ins tv.ste mf at Ceisaabas, tbe 5via day of March, A. t- ltw. Jivaj W. Nbwmaw. V A '---t r(sfyt. n a tart? nA .P0"7i;cnB1 .rKf'J? CREAM BALM tplf.r 1 rT Urjtu juuiujpii II U I UIUI !T7?'? Agre-abletoUie. ifoSS j TJNKQrAM.RD FOB rold In tlHoad, ,i ITrftilaflift ftnd Draf- i 1 j tirfttiaf'Iift jb&ft -s'r1' Imtntion, -" land ronrh nrB, or nny kind of iiiuiiiurniini inHfinied Htirfftcos. a w r r- b-" A npdperation of lin- frt I TL VaildoubUl merit. Ap ply i y tlif littlofliiprr into tho nontriifl. It will be afipnrboil, effrctnally cteanHiiiff, the n final paHHflRea of catarrhal virne, cauHirin hfalthy fft crotions. allays inflammation, prnteMfl the mrmbranal lininga of the head from additional coide, couipU'tfly licaln tlie soroa and rcatorf n the neiiBC of taste and "mell. Bonetictal resnltB are realized by a few application. A Thorough Treatment Will Cure! Cream ftalm ha gained an enviable reputa tion wherever known; tlih-plariiiK H othorprep- arfitii'iiw. Hoiio for circular conUinmp full in i fnrintition and relialile tt-wtimonwln. Jy mail I prfpnul. 6l). a package stampH rcctsivotl. bold . bv till wholpHale and retail dniiistH. ' ' KLY'ti CKEAM VMM CO., Owcro. N. Y. nov'.fymrH RUPTURE Cured i n 30 Iinvn, by tho Tine of the EXOF.LHIOR ! KlU'l lilik l'l-AWl F.lt AM) HEAI.INO COM 1 l'OUNl). Hcml for ttnioniaJ to F. H. Mr.R eick, OyikiiBbiirg, N. 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