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Steubenville Daily Herald And News (Newspaper) - March 11, 1875, Steubenville, Ohio STEUBENVILLE DAILY ESTABLISHED 1847 STEUBENVILLE OHIO THURSDAY MARCH 11 1875 ESTABLISHED IN 1847 This paper treble the culation of any paper in Eastern Ohio its advantages as an tising medium will he apparent THE God are at it again in Columbus and are a convention there About 250 persons were present including TIIK Democratic caucus adopted a resolution to adjourn the Legislature as soon as they heard the news from New Hampshire There was a warning there still appears to be oa trial in the Brooklyn Court It has generally been supposed that was to hare been the defendant but this was apparently mistake CONNECTICUT is the next State to hold a general election Although it is a Democratic stronghold the cans expect to reduce their majority if do not carry the State OUK Democratic Solons have con- cluded to give us a rest on the 20th provided they do not change their minds in the meantime It takes them about four months to do nothing THE doings of the Ohio Legislature have become of so little importance that the Associated Press has ceased to telegraph them It costs the State per however just the same IT is said that the Democratic tional Executive Committee had pre- pared a congratulatory address to the country in anticipation of a Democratic triumph in New Hampshire Tuesday which to have been issued day but it will be held over for the present element of Republican success in New Hampshire this year aside from the full vote polled was no doubt in tlu character of the candidates who were generally admitted to have compared favorably with the cy in this respect In local elections the people regard this as of importance and the cans of should be careful next Saturday to present themselves and to others a ticket which cannot be called iu question as regards either ability or returns the back districts iu New Hampshire though they cut down the somewhat and render one district doubtful do not alter the general result announced There is a Republican ral itv ou the vote for Governor while it decidedly the other way last and the Legislature was strongly Democratic now aud a of nearly 3000 iu the State The magnitude of the victory mav lie from the following figures of the i- House J n Hep ins i IiH ItiS 1 IL 17 As it requires a majority overall th e other candidates to elect a Governor by people that will be ed thN year liy the Legislature by whom the did will be chosen of the British get no many of them very tor their scats retui n the the and defeated at Lhc late general Among the deal those North Durham the expenses of the two candidates for this county were those of the two unsuccessful candidates successful in paid 1 i an average of for a seat their unsuccessful rivals paid an average of Jj each En another group of districts the candidates paid more than successful candidates paying an each while the seats vv i re by fifteen other gentlemen at an cost of or t h The most costly seats sei m to be of York two there paid h e ones the How many members of pay for t h n ith the that be no lobby to notes for Pacific schemes or to fill fo El or C SHAKSPEARE IN THE ILY The Trials of a Young Tragedian Detroit Free A few days ago young Gurley whose father lives on Crogan street organized a cal company and purchased the dime novel play of Hamlet The Com- pany consisted of three boys and a hostler and Mr hired girl was to be the if the troupe could guarantee her 50 cents per night Young Gurley soon bloomed out as a professional and when his mother asked him to bring in some wood he re- lam thou canst cot degrade trot out after that wood or I'll have your father trounce she exclaimed tyrant who his Land upon me shall replied the boy but he got the wood He was out on the step when a man along and asked him where fayette street was for a certain time to roam the replied Gurley in a hoarse voice and holding his right arm out straight Where is Lafayette called the man Could the dead but continued Gurley The tunn drove him into the house and his mother sent him to the grocery after potatoes I go most noble he said as he took up the basket but my good sword shall some clav avenge these in- He knew that the grocer favored and when he got there he Art thou provided with a store of that vegetable known as the later most excellent What in the thunder do you growled the grocer as he cleaned the cheese knife on a piece of paper plebeian mind is dull of com- answered Gurley try to get off of your non- sense on me or Til crack your empty pate in a roared the grocer and had to coma down from his high horse and ask for a peck of potatoes made you so asked his mother when he returned Thy grave shall be dug in the press he haughtily When his father came home at noon Mrs told him that she believed the boy was going crazy related what had occurred I sec what ails mused the father This explains why he Jiangs around Johnson's barn so much At the dinner table young Gurley spoke of his father as the and when his mother asked him if he would have some butter vy he The appetite of a warrior cannot be satisfied with such nonsense When the meal was over the father went out to his favorite shade tree cut a sprout and the boy was asked to step out into the woodshed and see if the henstock was frozen up He found the old man there and he Why most noble lord I had posed thee far away I am not so far away but what I'm going to make you growled the lather I'll teach you to fool around with ten-cent Come up For about live minutes the woodshed full of dancing living arms and moving bodies and then the old man took a rest and There dost thou want unv no a darned wailed the young manager and while the father started for down town he went in and sorrowfully informed the hired girl that he must cancel her en- gagement until the fall season for Sale Dem Tiie JDay v V r M 1 the ad majority his nil but failed bv V over all Our e- lead to believe that the will be considerable r war and that there will be ur over both ties a out is j his has to use a 1 his I The undersigned ing a farm of 130 acres in township which they wish to dispose of offer for sale The land is located within one and a half miles of the Cleveland and burgh well watered well im- proved with orchards and fine buildings Terms and possession given immediately For particulars in quire of MAY HOWERTER Merchant Tailors and Clothiers Ohio Traut tho Popular Boot and Shoe Maker We would cull tbe attention of our ers to the boot and shoe establishment of Mr George Traut at No 218 Fifth street between Washington and North which has been lately refitted and enlarged aud Las uow facilities for work no superior in this city or any other city Purchasers will find that all their orders will receive prompt attention Mr Traut and that all work of all descriptions will be of the latest style substantial and warranted article BOOTS A N SHOE e eights and morning us that Autumn is at hand with its chilling frosts and it is the and course to preserve the health by preparing for its coming Stout boots are an essential not to be and we call the attention of our readers to the lact that Mr A Floto at No 119 North Fourth street is a assortment of fall boots and shoes at low prices M stuck of goods in his line defies competition and the superiority of his custom work is so known our citizens that it is unnecessary to comment His manufactory is known to be the largest and to employ more and better workmen than any other in this part of the country desire to impress it upon the minds of our readers who have been subscribers to this elegant work which is now com- the desirability of having it bound iu the best manner possible and in a style to the class of the work itself Fur such a binding patties entrust their sets to the old reliable AND NEWS They are prepared to it in the best at the I BY TELEGRAPH THE BROOKLYN PANORAMA Oliver Jobnson Testifies to Tilton's Ad- vises Florence not to Testify Her Mother YORK March ty women occupied seats in the Court room this morning when the Beecher trial proceedings opened Mr continued his testimony The reason I called on Tilton was that I wanted some information about the story after I got the papers from mon I took them and read portions of them I wanted to another gentleman who took them down in short hand Mr conferred with Kinsella owner of the paper in my presence and I then went to Moulton and con- ferred with him Moulton and I then went out crossed on the Fulton and I think the others went over in the Wall street feny I was waiting for something to turn up but nothing did turn out of this the charges of Bowen against were first published hi the Sunday Press and afterwards copied into the Eagle but through no act of mine O Johnson was the next witness He testified I reside in New York have been a journalist for forty years I formerly knew Theodore Tilton I know Henry C Bowen and also Henry Ward when I was in the pendent Tilton was editor-in-chief and I was managing editor of the paper Bowen was proprietor in November 1872 I had an interview with the result of which was my ment in the Christian Union officers editor I had a conversation with Bowen and then went to Tilton and told him Bowen wished to see him and that Bowen told him Bowen had shown me a letter from a lady charging him with an assault upon her chastity and also a letter from charging him with improprieties at a hotel there and that Bowen said these were not all the charges against Tilton Tilton said the charges were false and told me the name of the lady who wrote the it was the same name that Bowen told me Tilton said he had been in bed with this lady I had a conversation with Tilton in the Golden Age office in September 1871 about his ance with the woman and rebuked him for publishing her life he said he regarded this work as one of tbe best of his he assigned no motive except his appreciation of her I am managing editor of the Christian Union by I have resided in York for twenty-five I call myself a Christian and in sonic respects may advocate the ments of the Universalists I believe that all human beings will be saved I never wrote articles for the Christian Union advocating Universalist trines I expressed opinions to and he retained me afterwards in his service I am not a member of Plymouth Church but attend there frequently I have often taken com- there 1 began to go there in and until when 1 began to take communion there I was editor of the Anti-Slavery ard in Xew York I do not recollect the first time I took communion there T went on the Independent in the of and was until 1870 when I went on the Christian Union I will answer the question if I am a in the way a friend of mine did when I asked he said I am a spiritualist but not a I believe I can receive cations from dear friends in the other world and have had messages from them but not very I not say if I wrote any articles on at any I am now con- with Rev Church in New York I am not an officer of his Church now but was formerly a trustee Mrs Tilton never charged me with leading her husband into ity I drew up my contract with the Christian Union and Tilton did not propose the draft of it Tilton and Moulton did not fix my salary on that paper Tilton drew up a contract which he -are jne I may have looked over it and incorporated a few ideas out of it into mine I do not know that Tilton had an agency in my obtaining a place on the Christian Union Redirect had a con- versation with Tilton after his pre- siding nt the Stein way Hall meeting we were lunching together I very with him for pre- siding at the meeting with such a woman Mr Tracy then called Isabella 8 Oakley who reside in Brooklyn and am engaged in I have known Mr and Mrs Tilton they were married I think about a year before T was an inmate of the same house I heard Tilton re- buke his children and say he hoped they would not speak such bad lish their mother after I noticed a change in the visitors at the and met people there whom I did not care to meet I met Miss An- thony Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Mr I also heard Tilton say that he no longer held views on the marriage relation as he Miss Anthony Mrs Stanton Mrs Tilton aud the children were present when he said it appeared to grieve Tilton and brought tears to I think Tilton got up from the table and left the room but I am not sure T noticed a gradual change in Tilton's religious views be and 1870 a change which I considered to be and I heard him say that he had no longer the accepted view of the atonement bv Mr After I visited the about once a week or once a fortnight iu the fall of 1872 I knew of the scandal after the publication 1 took an interest in it but was not excited j over it I wrote n letter to telling her I thought would j be a witness in the case I heard this from a conversation which occurred between Mrs Morse and Miss Moore I think it is possible I have talked with Mrs Ovington on the subject I think I spoke to Mrs Tilton about it I was not directed to communicate with Florence Tilton oa the subject I sent the letter by the post to her after finding out the address of the school she was at I had no fear when I wrote the letter to Florence that her ny would hurt her mother in est degree at least not to my edge The witness after being further pressed for an answer as to her motive for writing the letter I was afraid that if she was called on the other side she might say something The witness The object I had in writing this letter was to pre- vent her from being a witness on the other side I could not if I feared that Florence was to be called as a ness ior the defendant The witness was handed the letter iu question which she identified and I did not show this letter to any person before sending it nor had I any sation with any person about it Judge Fullerton read the letter by sympathizing with the trials of Florence's school life and ex- pressed friendship for her on account of her mother Her soul is bound up move than ever said the letter in her children more than if she were a widow You should stand by mother now with loyalty in her ex- Let none compromise you in the least against ur mother I not say about father for I am abhorred at his conduct NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION A Very Close Contest CONCORD March 10 Returns from 232 towns and wards give Cheney Re- publican Roberts Democrat White and scattering 624 The net Republican sain over last year's vote is The remaining towns last year crave a Democratic majority of 790 This indicates that and Roberts will run about an even vote the scattering votes the tion of either by the people Both parties claim a of the districts The Democrats claim the House by 15 to 20 while the Re- publicans claim 13 majority in the same tj LATER GOVERNOR NOT ELECTED BY THE PEOPLE The returns from all but eight towns have been received Two hundred and fifty-nine towns give can White temperance and scattering The same towns last year gave Cutchins Republican Weston Democrat ance and scattering The Re- publican net gain minority 595 The towns to be heard from gave last year Republican Weston Democrat 313 scattering 7 Add last vute in these towns makes the lican gain and ity 634 The footings of the First Dis- elect Jones Dem by 472 ity Bell Dem in the 3d by 154 and Blair Rep in the 3d by 73 plurality The Republicans have a majority in the House but the exact figures can not be given The Senate stands 5 Republicans and 5 Democrats with no choice in two districts There is no election of Governor by ple and the duty of a selection will de- volve upon the Legislature which will doubtless elect the can candidate The Democrats claim a majority in the council though the districts have not been figured to determine finally The vote in the State yesterday is said to have been the largest ever polled FOREIGN FRANCE PARIS March Courier de France reports that M has drawn up a programme of for the new ministry the leading features of which arc as The meeting after the Easter holidays to vote on the the Senatorial tion to be held in next the dissolution of the Assembly to follow in October the government to demand the maintenance of the present rial and to a stage of siege in all the departments except the Seine the Rhone and Benches du Rhone ENGLAND March A Berlin correspondent telegraphs that Germany has asked Italy her she will continue the Pope from tlie obligations of he law and that he is now abusing the liberty given him for the purpose of fomenting rebellion in Germany The report that Prince had requested the recall of Wm ler United Charge at St is PRUSSIA BERLIN March 10 There is no foundation for the report in the blait that France intended to trate troops in the Eastern department temporarily and that in- tended to mobilize array corps on Rhine if she persisted TELEGRAPH SUMMARY received a dispatch from a friend Iu Rome an- nouncing that he to be roade dinal A man named J M Basharn Deputy Sheriff was shot and killed A L Hauckins in a difficulty at Glasgow Ky yesterday A dispatch from Florence Arizona says old Bender the Kansas murderer still there awaiting Gov Osborn's requisition He seems to realize his fate and is willing to succumb to the day voted on the confirmation of the election of Drs Jagger and De Koven as 17 nays 6 8 nays 16 A Iowa dispatch says many strangers have arrived to join Gordon's Black Hills expedition which is to start April 5th The cations arc there will be over a sand men ready by that time a meeting of the Union Pacific Railroad Company in Boston yesterday a resolution was adopted authorizing the Directors to pay from the surplus earnings a dividend of six per cent per annum quarterly July 1st Reports from Sonora say the Apaches recently attacked a party of men ing three and wounding another Many similar attacks are reported The ple are terror stricken and great bers are leaving Sonora for Southern California and Arizona some through fear and others attracted the recent rich mineral discoveries in Arizona At a meeting of the New York nal Board yesterday a committee con- sisting of Comptroller Hopkins tor Thayer and State Engineer Sweet submitted a report in favor of reducing tolls as On grain per cent on lumber 30 per cent on going from the tide water 50 per cent The report was laid on the table to be printed Last night at Sauck Centre Minn belonging to the Sauck Centre House was burned together with teen horses eleven of which belonged to farmers and two to teamsters No The store of Wm Dunlap Northern Pacific junction was also burned including the Nothing was saved A large number of Senators and ex- members and members elect of the House visited the Executive mansion yesterday Several ed the President to provide them with offices but received little agement Only a few more nominations wiEl be sent to the Senate and were it not for the question the Senate could adjourn within a week A desperado named Hall took a gro into a saloon at Waverly Mo kept bv a man named Boal and at- tempted to place the negro on an equal with tbe white men under the civil rights when the tested Hall and the assistant keeper then chased the negro out with a revolver when another negro inter- and the shot him dead At the Democratic caucus last night a resolution for the sine die ment of the General on March was agreed upan and was then referred to tho Committee who are to report it back whenever deem it expedient At a meeting of the New York Board of Trade yesterday the ing resolution was unanimously Resolved That the tariff laws should be framed with a view of raising the revenue from the least ble number of articles that as fur as possible from articles that are not manufactured or produced in the United States and that no duties should be imposed oa raw materials which enter into that all duties should be specific out regard to value and classification simple and distinct The Departments have issued lars announcing the abolishment of the Civil Service Reform rules governing their respective departments and an- nouncing a return to the former method of appointing employees which is that no clerk shall be appointed to any de- in either of the four classes until he has been examined and been qualified by a board of consist of the chief of the bureau into which such clerk is to be ed and two other clerks to be selected cy the head of the department All of the Civil Service Reform throughout the country are abolished The boiler in Nelson saw mill six miles north of Rushville Ind exploded yesterday morning with terrific force killing Alfred en- gineer and Hincleman a twelve and in- juring James ind George The boiler was blown into a number nf pieces and in all directions One piece struck u one hundred yards distant nearly demolishing it The mill was not running at the time Nelson was filing a saw when the engineer a boy about 18 years old told him to hurry steam was netting too The explosion followed almost immediately blowing the engineer about feet but only injuring Nelson Grain Flour aud Feed IT R 1 -ar TO ITU tail A iii i a i gor r A Mil's I Varf h il a 1 WP xp er 1 to 1 11 ar 1 white Tir 1 SO r 50 J wh tf 625 r 1 1 60 0 111 no by 00 per unn and sh Ro ptr I 1 SO pnr 1 25 i I The Multiplication of Diseases I multiply A indisposition may thereto e i or n far more j a m jJe pre e 10 lire aad ir use source the ailments averts cf on man I to at the of j J o the or liver gire i o ibu of diseases and or i takea when Into j r are to The of j is of the i Suit t tone the e-s certain i const b and 1 10 The operation I of tho 1 VOL 264 J Important to We Are DRY GOODS CARPETS we will sell at LOW PRICES Having a resident buyer the East enables us TO OFFER EXTRA BARGAINS IN ALL CLASSES OF GOODS Also Dealers in 1 Of EL Persons wishing to save money will do so by examining Our Stock e purchasing 511 and 513 MARKET STREET Under Gray Sail Ohio POSTOFFICE SHOE STORE THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF GOODS IN THE CITY BOOTS AT THE CASH PRICES You are and Respectfully invited to call and ine to be Convinced STEWART MCLAUGHLIN J A WALKER CLOSING OUT SALE OF FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAIS J tvill offer our ENTIRE STOCK of STAPLE FANCY DRY GOODS From to per cent than the same goods are worth in the Eastern As there has been an of goods in East wishing to buy Goods save money by calling at J A WALKER MARKS JOSEPH J JR IE Oc BRASS PIPE MANUFACTURERS OF ALL nud to out and Oil BLAST FURNACES STEAMBOATS ALLY Corner of Third Avenue and Liberty Street PITTSBURGH PA C W T J G NOT SHANNON CO Flos 239 and liberty Street PITTSBURGH PA Offer the Largest and Best Stock of Dry Goods Notions i r The standing committee of j Window Shade Emporium CARPETS Cut Laid j and Bolsters made to order AU kinds I Furniture arid varnished J for aale Feathers renovated arid I A CO Complete in all its Departments Exclusively AT BOTTOM EASTERN PRICES Xew Goods opened every day Promptly Filled witt H to
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