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   Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1871, Cambridge, Ohio                               THE r K. OHIO. of Ono copy in uilvanee......... lr within theyeiir..................... t J3 Aflei- the jeur OO ioiisso.il Mt And Notary Oliiu. OllU'e-up over Uvor wustut I'llliln- siiuiiro. alien t iuii giwu to T.1 W. .H. Allorury LMW. Olilo. I'riii'tlvv. In Uuurusuy uilji'nuiic I t'lU-vluuis ln.iau jiml reuiilt.inei Uvriy A Ailuuit' -store. NIAIST I and at muucia..vj VOL. 39. MAY NO. 51. of One or ore week...............Si OO each week....... GO o.iuls. year........ OO haltunu column adver- tisements the usual rates. WASTED. r f W COMPK'l'KM' or I'lMiiiiil'.siuii lo M li Ihw UKKI.KU JIA- ru i s K. nnd Ulillll iurulshcd I'l'ee tit HOW TO 1'KOVE AN ALIBI. A Detective's Story. W.M. STMMSR Ss. W. J W. WIUTK. Allomvy at 1.HW. Uluo. ill iilUnU tollie Yuri- hraneht in Hit ami mint UtlK'v ill Nation. il I'.unli HOUTO.V TV Attorney nt t Oliio. rnn'tiee- m the I'ourts of jinil e-Minties. All bui- u ill pumii'l attention. Tf nt Ami I'libln Millnn eial utteiit'i'ii to iineuisi. otliee rf-U'IUfe. 51. Tf Attorney nt I.nw. Ami 1'ui. I Will tnke- m-Uliou l.-'liiHieiitx iiml uml laUe ile- Coke ami Salt uy. Multi Olltee I umiieli 'ASlllUlHiL. OHIO. 1 I I SJOO.OOO. 1. 1'. V. 1'rvit. L. .M. MAUtu.lieiii. N VI UAN I Sllpt. 11. 1.. U. At. I 1'UUMIJTI.Y Jiin.Vtl. W. M. Drugs and M.llll C'aiubriilgo. 4'lnlni Accent. I p. uu ceil- 1 have in ei.ite pru'i 11 l net i i 1 A.MKW PnWIc. Antrim. eoi 1'iUellt will G. stole. llheuinat aiui ull IVAt.t.. JP. TIM. -r t' UIM-JI I M i i i.l.ai- lo t'-lil.llt H. I'. Army.' Inn mill Sumroli. I I'l.ll I ill I iho-l vV I.F.. M. .It lull hil l.lhn l'i Illlllli I .1 iiou rU 1 Iff in- ilt.'lnat purpose- t'tirrfiilly At all hum nl the 'lay or ntulil. J 4. V. DKAt.l K IS DRUGS AND MEDICI SES Ohio. thirty 1'ropnet' 1 u_h IIU. ll'ilti lltlilliT. in tip- iiic-t .a-t 1 unit bun PtltOll C All nl I'atnlf fur Mt.Hriuul 1 Mnehlnt Ull .Medicine J.U 'i l e VSTKll I'.-.iIrr i'l i ap ili i IL H I And ture. it li in- 1 i h M AUTOS Ucnlrr w rlv al I'tail. anilu it UDI'I at low ni'l -hi ill an null li l I'UM'iia- IMS ll i all'l I lilt 111 i M 'lit 'I. I'li'Ui-l-. at l'i 01 I II. anil t I' .ill it alnl ru-l 1 111 llilltj ol TllKlilles 111 011-1' tin 1 mil b B. liOXti. .lil Irr In -ALT. 1 I'll. 1-. IXSTlttt T10X. 1'lano .w il' I I in. l' I Ui' 01 lll.lll. '1. F. l IKKIUOTT A. in UAI.M.I'-. K. U. e ill .1. I.inuii.iil lo'iins in iii-.f tl'll I'lIU I .1. U lll-l'1 I Mil ii i.'- ii i i' 111 lii uu. 'lei I'll.I llllilli UAUUi-. l.a'eir. ll.ii lili-l'Hi I'm Ni i ui'N ii .iihliex. HA UK I.a ii'I n I--inner. Ni I la-k.i. Ceti leiie. M. -eull 11' ll-e. I' Ull- lll'ljl'. I CliALG miCROSOOPE I-.lll hi' I ll -III.' I'l K X Cumin W'.ll'l- i- le. It ill re'iilteil.anil.i n I'lirin-'hinK ami' nj'lltl A -S.lt.le h.l-- N. llr Court Ohio. rn.pi tl u.inn i i- IIIH- t l' il .uiat'i I I.1. i-'i n- l u il h 111 ill. alnl i i lid i' 11 In T110VHAM1 'i i .Dl iii.iny i-t. K' M .il- eiuuilli iimuiil us. teeilllliK with llti II lk' ll l e Illll-t el I e- li In S III' Aul- not Corner Maiket ami Olio ntont ten years I touiid niysclf at Carlisle. I consitlenxlity ami liuil liccn tbtre pretty often ou but my buiiiy there et this lime vvu lliu result of ttn ac- citk'tit lui'i-cly. I had been throe htiiKlred miles west of trying in to a duo to the where- tibouts of an absconding mill coming buck to take a fresh sUii'l. 1 fniihil that a Hood had sub- tin1 truuli for several miles cast of GUI and that there would bt- no gciting away till at the least. So I made a virtue' telegrapli- ing my dclcntioti and its cause to my I wont up t- wn. Al'lur dinner at the I dropped in at tho ollice of tho dis- tiiet uttorncy. with whoiu was wi'll I found him tir- the details of a number of criminal caseti whiuh were to be tried at the court which began on the tollmving Monday. of I rather carelessly. ho a notorious is to he tried for highway robbery. The v.cliui was dragged out of his buggv on a lonely beaten in- and robbed of a thousand dollars. lie identities Sliler posi lively as ore of the the defense can't imagine. I don't think there is any in he'll prove an I jocosely lie shook his head. hardly try that the facts are too After homo more unimportant with I returned to tho where 1 spent the re- mainder of the day. The next day was Sunday. I awoku quite and found the promise of a beautiful summer day i. yond that I dressed myself and sallied out for a walk. Nobody stirring ct about tho anil tin.' streets were perfectly still. i walked round several and returned to the meeting only one pers.on on the way. That person was standing in the doorway ot a basement saloon as I passed J looked around and saw him standing in his shirt sleeves His hair was and he was as if i awakened. I did not discover 1 that he was doing anything par- I ticular there I thought afterward that it quite likely that he had I eon left in a drunken fit on the iloor or on the bunch in tho bar tho nioht and waking up tit this early lie had taken the wrong door in sjjking for his and had gone out of Mislead of going to My look ut him was merely a side but that was enough to photograph liis fare in my mind. II was a billions per- fectly with a long much twisted to one and a reil scar over thu left eye. I marked it instauJy us the face of WM. s. M. Kllilv 'oniie'-h 'I uilh tins anil eoninio'l.oil- -1 me' inth Ohio. .1'iopii. tin-. lel I-- .1 lalUe 'I mil ii ii MI Iti'. in il ni'-n III M If I In -tl.il.'li I x. 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Illl-olllei Al- siinie einllltl le-. 17-eow ly TO Meellnas1 lol t he eXalniniit loll ofTi-aehel In tiuernsey 11 ill he held in JlUUKiK ............Third Matnrday. Feliro Mm April iiuU Tliird Saturdny. ................Third Snturdny. of moral Klgnod by responsible will he rtKiulrcu In nit Kxiiinlnntlonx will I'ommcnrp promptly noiippllennt will he ncrmtttC'Cl to Join the elass after it liaxnro- M. M. HSAMK. C. U- EWSPAPERl FOR SALE. TIOX IX ADAMS _ 'losv mi tlie '''Hill- Ii line. I111 aeie- In awl III aei-e-i of wliite pnphir and walnut llnilier. Wai. i in llehl. A uooil ot coal llllili'illeH part ot thin plaee. 1'pon the larin A uoml triune lioiiHe w-iin six IOOIIIH anil nneiiily new lianie bank liain lli'.xlli roinn tin- ili i at 11 tor Iu ail ot a uooil oieh ant ot tout' ol elioire Ifi joutnimaiteil in hem inu. Thi- liirni Is one ol tin- best l.ij lux in eonnty. not an aeie but eiin be uiilnvatei It is all lollitiu anil baliUs 01 i'lie utiulity of the -oil is us any In the anil is in prime ol'ilei'. This Is ri nlly one ol' vuiy tufins In the of which any fiuiuei- ean by iineMunl- initlon. It 1-tonly onu inllelioin tlm Nu- tloinil iioii'l iiml C. o. Hailroail. and onu tnllci aii'l a hall from a reunlnr railroad Ntu- Hon. vliui-uUvK couvelil- ent. Tel'lll-i will helillliteto Hllittl pur- 1 flia-er. KOI In i tlier iiifon.iHli C. ii. Jan.M-tf. Ilnw 1 could ilo tliat I can't cx- our liusinusa learns us to reiul laces as most man reads ami tlie glance I had at that tai'ii lold mo that tho tium was a lawlrvs lellow. His actions con linni'il opinion. Sloupy tis In looked and no sooner had he -cuu in than he drove back through Uie door and slummed it lo. 1 instan U iitidcr.stood him. some 'lay' or and lon't want to be was my houirlit. And I walked on willi lis in my but ceased to think of him or the circumslanct's before I reached the hotel. The day and bright and Mondtiy mornino' I took my and went down to the lepot. Hut it was to no the ollico was and a placard on the wall informed the public that tho road would r.ot be opened before Tiu-bday. I went buck to the too much out of sorts to enjoy my breakfast. I did not understand till the day was some hours older that 1 was needed moie here at Carlisle than anywhere just then. I went Irani the breakfast table into the reading and after 1 hud read an I heard one mai s'iy to go over to the cour they're trying Joe Slifer.' They went and remcraberinj my little talk with the district at- my curiosity was anil I followed them. When I entered the court the victim of the robbery was on the stitiid. He was a plain simple old and his evidence with apparent truthfulness. He testiiied that he was stopped about some months while passing from Carlisle to his home with one thousand dollars ho had drawn afternoon from the hank. It was a lonely and there was not a house within half a mile of it. He was jogging leisluroly when a light wagon drawn by two horses dashed up beside his and throe of the four men in it jumped while the They were all masked. One of them seized hishorse by the bit and stopped the second snatched the lines from his and the third climbing half into the and taking him by the de- manded his money. lie said that he instantly shouted as loud as he could when the rulliau dealt hiui a savage blow with a sKing-shot which knocked him and when he came to both robbers and money were gone. He recognized culy one of the1 .the man that struck him. As he .drew buck to give the his mask and revealed the face of Joe thu prisoner at tho bar. He knew he was positive ol and all the ingenuity of the cross-examination could not weaken or shake his evidence on this important point. No other witness was called for the none seemed necessary. The prisoner's lawyer got up and made a plausible state- ment to the jury that the com- plainant was mistaken about re- cognizing Joe Slifer on the oc- casion referred to that Slifer was not there at but that he was at fifty r. iles north of Car- at tho very hour of that and that iio should prove it by at least two witnesses. Ho sat .lown and called mil everybody leaned forward ex- jcclanlly. Thu witness came forward with limping leaning on a cane. Ilo was apparently a man of middle and dressed in a suit of sombre with a white hokeT about his neck. His hair was silver and as he mounted the and loaning on his urned placidly to the 10 presented an appearance which would attract attention and respect any wli etc I saw him and though I did lot betray any I know that tny heart gave a tremendous thump. For 1 saw the thin the crooked nose and the scarred forehead of the dodger whom I had seen twenty-four loins before in the doorway of the saloon. With this thu hair of that man was almost while this man's was silver grey. I edged my chair quietly up ucside that of thu District Al- and while thu man wac testifying I managed to whisper in the other's car without attracting the attention of tho witness. The latter testified that he was a Icaler in ready-made clotliing al and one of the iirm of Wye That on the day tcbtiliuil to as the rob- bolli ho and his partner were at their stoic at and there was ac unusual cull for goods. Joo Slifer was tlten in they knew him and had often employed him to help in the store. On this particular day they sent for h'm he came and ho re- mained at the waiting on from two o'clock till once leaving it. Mr. Pleasants was in and could testily to tlie same facts. Tho first question of the district attorney made the fellow stall and shiver. you in stammered the man. you a silver-grey wig over your dark Tlie man looked amazed and tlion but said and before lie could recover his self the district at- torney had stepped forward and removed the revealing a smoothly brushed head of dark brown letter from tho district thanking me for the assistance I had rendered conveyed more details. witness he real name is SJioholaa was indicted for perjury. A very slight investigation showed j me that we could prove that he He no right to u uatne of that neither he uoruny other man by j the name of Pleasants ever kopt a store in and neither of them were known there at at all. with your would have been sutlicicnl to convict him understanding it sis ucll as he euneliuU'd to save and plead guilty. So lie and Sliler arc bolli in the pon- and will stay for u term of IMPERIALISM. Tlic Frosidcut Superior tue The Laws to be at Proclaim IH-UJ Writ oi'ilu- unul Arbitrary Arrests. Infamous Surrcndor of C'iYiil Liberty JCver Made auy ft'copte. ll of tlie Ivu-Klux IM11 as Passed by JLavt Tliuroday. The Following is the full text of Ku Klux A Clhost Klory. Lord lirouglunan tolls the follow- ing ghost story on his On all such subjects uiy father was very lie was fond of tolling u story in which he had been an as he used to iu which his unbelieving ob- sliuacy had been the means of de- molishing what would have been a very pretty ohosl lie. had been dining iu Dean's West- ivitli u t y of ono of whom was his intimulo Mr. Culmel. There was some lalk about the. death of Mrs. who luid i-ccoiilly died under some melancholy circumstan- and had been buried in the ab- bey. Some one oll'ered to bet that no one of those present would go down in tho grave and drive a nail into the coilin. Calmel accepted the only slipiiliiliiio1 tluil ho might have a laiitt in. He was ac- cordingly let into the cathedial hy a door out of the and there left to himselt. The after waiting an hour or more Tor begun to think soineUiing must havo happened to and that he ought to be looked my father and two or tliroo more gut a light aiul went down to the at the bottom of which lay the apparently dead body of Mr. Calmel. lie was quickly trans- ported the prebend's dining and recovered out of his faint- ing lit. As soon as. lie could Hud his he. said have won my and you'll liiid iho nail in Ihc collin by jovol the the lady rose laid hold of me and pulled me don n before I tould scramble out of the grave.'1 Cul- mel stuck lo Ins story in spile of ail the scoding of his and he ghosl story wouU have becu all llie lown bul for niy father's incredulity. Nothing would satisfy him an ocular ii.. speclion of tho gr.ive and gelling a he and some of he paity returned to the grave. sure was the .veil driven into tho but iiird lixed by it was a bit of Mr. coal So there was end of Mrs. ghost. 1 his grave ul'lcrward bec.iinc re- itarkablc for a very buaiuiiul piece of celebrated ar- representing Mr. Nightingale vainly attempting lo ward Irani his wife the dart of death. CT to enforce the pi l-'oiii'lceiit h L tlnn the L'uilv o ons cf tliu docs this he asked sternly. a was the surly worn Ihat wig for Did yon wear it all day yesterday was Ihe confident re spouse. to be sure.'' I wus there whole day did you arrive hero al Carlisle Ibis district atlorney gave me a triumphant and when ho sta- ted to the court that he desired this witness to be detained till the close of the the sheriff wus directed to take charge of him. Mr. C'dol Wye came down Iroin the stand with his wig in his and took a sent by the looking de- cidedly more billions than I had yet seen him appear. Mr. Pleasants was now called for by the but no one came forward. Tho unex- pected reception which tho last witness met probably chilled the ardor of his and he wisely chose to keep in the back ground. was nil of Ihe and my evidence at once blew it to I loukcd directly at Mr. Wye when I was tho jury when and under what circumstances I had soon him the previous ant' I saw him tremble like on aspen leaf. The jury convicted the prisoner without leaving their and the witness was locket up for finthor consideration. I left Carlisle the nest and heard nothing more of this af- hcl'l tlie i fair for several Then a An Awful Looking Man. In a small village iu Western Now several years lived individual named Amos Brag- lie was large in weighing some three hundred pounds. His skin was his head nearly and the whole ex- pression of his coiinlcnancc iorbid- in ihe extreme. He was a blacksmith and always wore u red lltmncl shirt open tit tho throat. NolwilhsUinding iii-j looks liow- nono knew any evil of him. His wife was ncaily his opposite us could be imagined. She uus a slim old the incarnation of and exceedingly quid in her inannois. Her on which an cxpieasiun of placid serenity WHS seldom ini.ved by a and slid more by a frown. Ono day she wa-j laUin tea with a a lady who liked to be regarded possessed of extremely delicate and who wus wont lo go iiMo tin ecslacy of horror the provocation. Several other gond datnrs were present also. As they were all siuiiig al the la bio tho ludy of tho happen- ing lo glance out of ihe. saw Amos liragdon whom she was coining up the sli'ret. Here was her oppoitu nity. She dropped her teacup with a and exclaimed oh mercy on us Who is that coming up the sticctV look What an awful looking man I'm so afraid ho is coining The attention of all of diiccted toward the object of their and ne.'irly all saw the situalio.i at once. The embarrassment was painful. But Mrs. liragdon was equal to the emergency. With .1 steadiness of demeanor and an equanimity of temper Ihat nothing could slie said in a per- fectly distinct tone that is my husband. ITe's an awful looking but Got made Fruitless Mankind has been learning for wix thousand yet how few have learned that their felloiv-beinijs are as good as themselves. Be it enacted by tin1 Senate and House of Representatives of the United S'.ates of Anericu iu Con- gress assemble 1. That any per- son under color of any cus- tom or nsjigu of any Slute. shall subject ur ciiiso to be subjected any person within tilt jurisdiction of'tho United St .Los to depriva- tion of any or im- munities yecnrjd iiy tion of the custom usago of any State to the conlraiy be liable lo the party injured in nuy at law or oquiiy. or in the several District or CUT ii CuiaH of the United with and stiljict to the same rights of review upon error and wilier ivim-di. s pro- in under thp provisions of the act of April entitled. An net to protect ull pei'son-s in tlit United Slates in their civil righl-i and to furnish means for thtir and other remedial laws ot the Uni- ted which arc in their na- ture applicable to uiich casoo. Section if two or more persons within any Slate or terrilo ryot' the United Suites shall spire together to ovorthio'v or put lown or to destroy by force the .iovi of the United Slates. to levy war against the United or oppose by force tho au- thority of the Government of thy United or by inLimaii dtUion or threat to pi hinder or delay the execution of any law of the United or by force to intimidation or thre it to pro vent any neison from accepting or holding any or of confidence under the United or from discharging thedu tics or by iutimida tion or threat to induce any olliccr of tho U.iited Stall's to leave any- diatriut or place where his duties as such otlicer might be per- or to i jure him in peisuti r property ou account of his law- ful discharge of the duties of bis or to injure his property so as to hinder or impede him in the disch it'H'i of his oliiuial or by intimidation or threat to deter any party-or witnes- in any court of the United Slates from at- touding .such or liotu testi- fying in any mai ler pending in such court iullv and or to in- jure any such parly or witness in liis person or property on account of liis having so uUcnded or tO'ili- or by intimidation or threat inJluence the pre- sentment or ituliulmcut of any potit or gniEil juror in any ccurt of the Uuitcd or to injure such ju- ror in his person ou account of any presentment or indictment assented by him on account of hK such or shall together or go in disguise on pub- lic highways or premises nf anoth- for the purpose either directly or indirectly of dontiving any per- son or any chi'-s of equal protection of the or equal privileges or ininiiinifies under the or for the purpose of pre venting or hindering tne eoiisiitu- authorities ol anv State from giving or securing to all persons withiii such Stato cqtiiil protection of the or shall conspire to- gether for the purpose of in any manner ob struetiiig or defeating dnr course of justice in any State or Territory with intent to deny ain citizen in the United States due equal protection of the or to ijijure any person in his- person or property lor lawfully right of any person or chss persons to equal protection of the or by intimidation or throat to prevent any citizen of the United Slates entitled to vole ftom his support or advocacy in a law- nil manner towards or in favor of the election of any qualified person as an or Vice President of the United Stales or as a member of Congress of the United or to injure any such citizen in person or property on account of such support or ad each and every person so oU'euding shall be deemed guilty of a high and upon conviction thereof in anv District or Circuit Court of the United Slates or Dis- trict or Supreme Court of the Uni- ted States of any Territory of the United States having jurisdiction in similar shall bo punish- ed by a fine of not ks.s than fivo hundred nor more than one thou- sand or by imprisonment with or hard as such fine and imprisonment as the court shall and if any one or more persons engaged in any such shall do or cause to be done any act in further- ance of the object of such conspir- acy whereby any person shall be injured in his person or or deprived of having and exercis- ing any right or privilege as a citi- zen of the United tho person so injured or deprived of euch rights and privileges may have and maintain an action for recovery of damages occasioned by such injury or deprivation of rights and privi leges against any one or more per- sons engaged in such such action to be prosecuted in tho proper District or Circuit Court of the United Slates with and subject to the same i ights of review upon and other remedies pro- vided in like cases in such Courts under the provisions of the act of April jm act to protect all persons in their civil rights and to furnish means for their vindication. Section 3 That in all cases where domestic via unlawful combinations or conspiracies in any State shall so i obstruct or hinder the execution of j the laws thereof and of the United Stales as to deprive- anv portion or J class of people of stich State of any j privileges or irnmunitii's or protection named in the Concilia 1 tiou secured by t'uis and constituted authorities of such Stale shall eilher bo unable to pro- tect or shall from anv cause f.ul in or rcfii-.e piotccliim lo the people in such such fuels bo deeined a deui d by such Stale equal prole.. lion of the to which they arc entitled under Ihe I of ihe United Sln'.es. j and in all such c.ises or whenever any such violence or unlawful combination conspira- cy shall oppose or obstruct the laws of the United Stat execution obstruct the duo course of under Iho it shall be lawful for the and it shttll be. his duly lo take such measures the employment ol the militia or land or naval forces of the United or of either or by oilier means he may deem neces-ary. for the suppression of such insur- rection or and any person who shall be arrested uiuici Mio provisions of Uus and prece- ding scclions shall bo delivered lo the Marshal of the proper district lo be dealt with according to la.v. Section -1 Whenever in any Stale or part of State unlawful noui- mentioned in the second section of this act arc about to be and having power lo prevent or aid in preventing the shall neglect or refuse so to and sucu wrongful act shall be such person or persons shall be lia- ble to the person injured or bis le- gal representatives for all damages caused by any such wrongful act which such first named person or persons by reasonable diligence could have and such damages may be recovered in ac- ti on the in the proper Cir- cuit Court of the United and any number of persons guilty of such wrongful neglect or refusal may be be joined as defendants in such that action may he commenced within one year after such cause of action shall have and if the death of any pei sou shall be caused by any such wrongful act and neg- legal representatives of such deceased person shall have such rictiou and may recover not exceeding dim ages for Ihe benefit of the wid- ow of such deceased if any there or if there be no lor the benefit of iho next kin of such deceased person. Section herein con- tinued shu'il be construed to super- sede or repeal anv former act or law. except so far as the same may i e repugnant and auy ot- fenses heteloforecoiumitled against Uie tenor try former act shall be and any proceedings already commenced tor the prose- tin roof shall be continued and completed the same as if this act had not been except so fur as the provisions of this act may go to and validate such pro- es or due impede or Lost on the Prairie. A tieploiab.i- event trans- pired nine miles east of Council wild storm if thus binations in preceding sccti-'iis of this act shall be organized and and so numerous and pow- erful as to be able by violence to either overthrow or set at defiance the constiluted authorities of such State and the United Stales within such or when the constituted authorities are in complicity with or shall connive .it the unlawful purposes of such powerful armed and whenever by reason of either or causes suiil the conviction of such offen- ders and preservation of public safety shall become in such district in oi'ery such case such coinbinalioiis shall be deeinad rebellion against the Government of the United and during tlie conlmiiarcc of such rebellion auo within the limits of the district which shall so be under the such limils to be prescribed by it sh-ill bo lawful for the President of the United when in his judgment ihe public safety shall require to suspend tho_ writ of habeas cot pus lo Uie end that such rebellion may be overthiown that till provisions of the second nc' enti- An act relating lo Irtbeus cor- pu-i and regulating judicial pro ceedings in cerium approved j March 3. which lelalca to the discharge of ptisoncrs o'.her than i prisoners ol and the penally for refusing to obey the order of shall be in full force so far .i-. the same tire rfplicuMe to the provisions of Ihis section provi- that the Pro-ident shall firsl have m.ide proclamation as now provided command- ing such iiijiirgenls to and that the provi of this act shall not be in force after the end of the next reg- ular session of Congress. Section o That no shall be a grand anil pclit juror in court of the United Stiles any hearing on tiial ot .my proceeding or pio ecu lion based upon or ariaiiiu tnder the provisions of this act shall in judgment of the court be in c'.miplicily with any eombina lion or and every such -.li'ill before entering upon in- hearing or irial take a. id sub- scribe an oolh in open couit t'uu he has never directly or indirectly advised or nidcil anj' combination or conspiracy. and each and every person who has taken this ami shall thereon swe.ir shall be guilty of perjury and shai_l bo subject to puius and penallies declared .'i gainst that and the first seel ion of the 'act An act fining additional causes of challenge and prescribing an additional oalh for grand and petit jurors in the Uni- ted States approved June be and the same isucn.by repealed. Section 6 That if any person or persona having knowted that any diniiiir the Sunday 'Ihc IS dll it Two liti'.e nine and eleven vi uis. wire lost on ihe and if not died of exposure to ihe sloirn. They were allowed to go upon a visit to tiie house of a distant about a mile. They re- mained until and then -tarle.l to rein n. The storm had but no apprehensions nere felt as to their safety. As Ihey journeyed they their way. and wandered over the country in that terrible up- roar of the far inlo tho night. At last one of Ihe succumbed lo the cold and add unable to lay and shortly died. Her benumbed and wild with grief and stayed near her body for a and in an an almost dji.ig en- deavored to find the liack again. roamed about in Ihis way sev- eral hours until at daybreak Monday she found herself near home. She reached the house and told what had when a party was immediately dis- patched in search the other little girl's remains. They were found at a comparatively short distance and brought in. It is since reported that the eldest girl has d'.ed ot the effects of the night's eVf.nl. A Relic of Adward C. of Drinnorc township. Lancaster was a piivnte in Company B. O'Jlh Regiment Pennsylvania Vt luuteers. and at the battle of Spoltsylvaiiia Court Virgin- i-i. on the 12th. of ilay. re- ceive 1 a bullet wound in the Lip. Tlie bullet r.ot extracted at the tiir.e. and quite recently the s'lli'ered thu most excrucia ting the besl surgical skill having fiiled lo discover the loca- tion of the lead Recently howev- an ab-cess f rmed in ihe region of iho when Dr. M. of was when he probed the won ill and found the which was taken out and at once gave relief to the sufferer aurl his frien Is. The ball weighs over an ounce and will be kept as a memento of ti bloody bat'.le and much subsequent suffering. of the members of the Houso from named is described as sitting with his tVi-t oeor the pointing tin- Si eiiio'r. the solus of his boot- furininu dolictito head rest for tin i Audaliisi.-tn locks of Cox- It be under such ihat when consult. lion became neeessaiT it would be inconvenient for Cox Garret to llieir luuids ___......._. I court may or by both wrongs to bc'doi.o and IT is estimated that fully 300 cat- tle have been stolen from the tarrn of the large cattle feeders of Mor- gan comity. within the past year. Cattle thieves enter the farms of feeders at night and take cattle from large drive them to the nearest railway and ship them where they are sola and in most be- fore their owners miss them. ON the door of the Cbetopfca in was recently posted the following hotel is closed on account of difference between the proprietoi- and which was settled witb. and sent the proprietor to the grave and tho cook to   

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