Elyria Constitution, June 28, 1877

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Elyria Constitution (Newspaper) - June 28, 1877, Elyria, Ohio Constitution. Published Every Thursday, o. S. REEFY, Editor and Proprietor, Terms of Subscription. jjooivryt'iirlf notinilil lii advance; tl.TS Ifuald Inadtanor. fur months and GO ctx. for thri'o months, TITUTION. VOLUME XI. ELYRIA, LORAIN THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1877. NUMBER 40. JOB WORK, BUCK M CARDS, Biu-HEiiosf CIRCULARS, POSTERS, ETC., BTO., f EXECUTED TO ORDER, IN Tim Neatest and Promptest Manner, AMD AT HKAHOMA.IILU BATHS. Apply Hero Before Ordering h. if i. NEWS OF THE WEEK. WAMII1NUTOM. The-I per cent. uro to bo paid, prln- tip.il mill interest, In coin. Nicholas Fish, son ot ox-Sccrotary Flub, him been appointed Minister to Switzerland. Henry Ward Ilcechor called on the 1'rcol- dent on tlio lOtli. were awarded on the for until sun Ice to and from the Black llllls for nine months. I.t-ttcr-earrlcrs' salaries are to bo reduced ,'i per ei'nt. Up to the cloao of business on the 31st about SSOO.OCO of tlio new 4 per eent. loun hud been subscribed for. TUc report of tlio Department of Agricult- ure for .Imio Indleutcs a bettor prospect than inual for wheat. TUc President has decided that tlia couaoV lil.ited Illinois pension KRoncy shall bo lo- t.itcd at Chicago. Miss Ada Sweet will bo ro- t lined as agent. A good understanding stated to oslst bo. (ween tlio commander of tho Mcttciui forcua on the Hlo Guindo and Hen. Ord. President Iluyca appointed liufus Campion I'ciislou at St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Campion was formerly Chief Clerk In tlie ageney. lieu. Sheridan docs not (ear any serious outbreak of tho Mormons, but will atomic troops should there be any indleallon of trouble. The Kreedmcn's Hunk Commissioners be- Hoe that the Institution will finally bo CUB- bkd to pay 50 per eent. of Us Indebtedness. President and Mrs. Hayes, mid Kvnrts, Key .ind of tho Cabinet, left Wash- ington for Boston on tho Mih. Seerotary Si huri Joined tho party at Now York. Col. Wllkins, Collector of the 1'ort of Bal- timore, positively refuses to resign at the request of the President. X Cluf'lt TUG Under the operation of n rule established by Judge Hilton, successor of A. T. Stewart, excluding Jews from his hotel (tho Union) at Joseph Sollgman, one of tho most prominent bankris In Jicw refused This has occasioned much excite- inentin Jewish circles hnd awakens much Interest In other classes. On the IMh U.S. Marshal Fred. Douglass O-itod St. Michaels, Md., for the llrst time hinee he run away from there forty-one years ago. He was well received by his old mas- ter, C.vpt. Thomas Auld, and made an ad- dri'is to the colored people. li.ne-b.ill on the 10th: Boston Louis0; Hartford 13, William H. Vanderbllt has been elected President of tho Now York Central MOUTH. The American Nurserymen's Association commenced its annual session at Chicago on the 20th. Kx-Stato Auditor .Tohnnon.of Louisiana, IMS been sentenced lo the Now Orleans prison for ten d.iys and II fly dollars lino for refusing tn produce certain books and answer certain questions propounded by tho Grand Jury. Johnson says some of tho woro de- stroyed and others taken away, and ho could not answer the questions wlthculcrlinlnatlng himself. The National Bank ot tho State of Mis- souri, at St. Louis, has suspended. It Is claimed that depositors will bo paid In full A gale at Iowa City, Iowa, on tho 2flth did much damage, overturning chimneys, blow- Ing down trees and fences and Injuilng crops In the surrounding country. A parly of 2-10 vlglluntes rode into tho town of Mitchell, Ind., on the night of tho Slat, erected in the center of the town a scaffold, and hung thereon two stiifl'ed men, with n punter pinned to their clothes giving notlco to tho "outlaws and Incendiaries of Mllehull and Marlon and their apolo- gists, that they will be held strictly and per- sonally accountable for tho destruction of property burned or otherwise destroyed lu that neighborhood. A bold attempt was mado on tho night of tho 22d to rob tho express ear of tho eastern- bound train on the Lake Shore Itoad. Soon attor leaving Llgonlor, Ind., four men en- tered tho express ear, and woro about to bind tho mossongor when they woro confronted by a force ot man headed by tho Toledo Chief of Police who hud boon notllled of tho In- tended robbery and wero awaiting tho rob-, burs. After a hard struggle thu would-be robbers wero secured and taken to Toledo. They woro all young men and residents ot Noble County, Ind. A destructive wind-storm passed over.St. Joseph, on tho evening of. tho doing considerable damage to trooa, etc. Several persons woro badly hurt. Clou. George A, ShurldAu, Special Aecnt of thu PostoQlco Department, visited F.ollulana Parish, f.u., to cxamlnothocompUlnlAof Dula and Uhapm.Mi.'who report themselves bull- away from there. Gcri.' Sheridan con- cluded that they might autoly ruturn to their homes, but they declined to do so. -They re- quested that deputies bo allowed to do their work as Postmasters. The ohnrco against them Is luconipotency. Sheridan will roe- ommond their removal. A torrlllc wind and rain storm which start- ed in Northern Missouri on tho 25th swept through Iowa, Southern Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, doing a groat amount of damage. No llvesaro reported lost, but many porions woro Injured by falling buildings. VOUK1GN INTKLMOKMOK. The French Chamber of Deputies on tho Kith, by a vote of 3113 to 1U5, declared that the Ministry does not possess tho eonlldeiice of tho nation. Bosnia has applied to the tor help. Lato Cuban advices represent tho state ot affairs on tho island as languid, prostrate and dlshearlenlng. Tho Insurrection is as strong as ever. The Treasury is exhausted. Gold Is quoted at 237. A Paris dispatch of tho 21st says the Koy- allets will remain with tho Cabinet, but the lionapartlsts, alter tlio dissolution, will ad- voeato tho rule of MacMahon until 18510. They will then demand uu appeal to the peo- ple. Tho assured Prince Milan on tho 2lst that Servla might always rely on his sympa- thies. Tho opinion ot thu and his Gov- ernment Is that Servla should not stir. Hong Kong advices state that there Is no abatement ot the suflcrlng from thu famine In tho northern Chinese provinces. Tho French Chamber of Deputies on tho 22d voted In favor of to 130. An arrangement has been effected by which Knghuid will occupy Kgypt, a London special says. Germany has ordered an Inquiry Into the case of Henock, a German who wai recently seined at Bucharest and Imprisoned, Tho International African Commission has concluded Its labors. It decided upon the organization ot stations lu Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, and to sen'l an expedition In the direction ot Lake Tan- ganyika. The French Senate voted for 1411 to 130. Austria has refused to intervene In behalf of Montcncgio unlcsi the latter makes direct application for assistance. A banquet was given by the corporation of Trinity House, London, In Gen. Grant's honor on the 2.id. The Prince of Wales pre- sided. The London 7'iwft, commenting on the correspondence between tlio nnd Russian Governments, says: "Fr.inkness has been mot by frankness, and tho result Is tho conviction that tho war, for which we may hope tho speediest termination, ought not to endanger the good relations between Ku- gland and Itustla." A decree dissolving tho Chamber was read In tho French Chamber of Deputies on tho 25tb. U win Intimated that tho elections will held after an Interval ot three months. President MacMahon has par- doned 84-1 more Communists. The Kngllsh Government (a telegram ot tho STitli said) han resolved not to allow even a temporary occupation of Constantinople by the Russians. Husslan agents have been dispatched to Hamburg, Bremen and tho United States to enlist sailors for the navy. In vlewof Kussln's declaration not to make war upon the Suez Canal. Kngland will not take stops for Its protection. WAU NOTKS. A London telegram ot tho 20th says tho Uusslans burned tho military hospital at Ardalmu and 800 Inmates perished. A Constantinople dispatch ot tho 21st as- sorts that Layard, British Ambassador, has counseled tho Sultan to make peace Imme- diately. All tho Ministers, except Hcdlf Pasha, Minister ot War, favor pcaco. Detailed information was received on tho 21st of a battle between tlio Turks and HUB- slans In Armenia on tho 15th and lllth. Tho llrsl day was spent In an artillery duel, but on tho 10th the Russians attacked, and after a light lasting all day the Turks were com- pletely whipped and driven from tho Hold. A cavalry charge followed, converting tho defeat into a rout. The losses on both sides wero very heavy, tlio Turks losing the great- er number. Dayuxld has boon rcoccupled by IhoTiirkB- A Montencgiln telegram of tho 23d admits that Sullemun Pasha and All Bulb's forces have effected a lunctlon, and says It was after six days' continuous lighting. Tho combined forces at onco marched upon Cot- tlnjo, which thu evacuated. Tho dispatch says tho Turkish loss Is Incal- culable. The Montenegrins lost one-seventh of their force. The Turks on the 20th attacked a llusslan division at KlllaU. Tho light lasted until nightfall, thoUuuBlun division bolngcutln two and llcelng In dlscrder. Turkish advices say It was part of the Commandor-ln-Chlef's plan to pormlt tho Russians to cross Into tho Dobrudscha. Tho bombardment of Kustehuk was com- menced by tho Russians on tho 23d, and con. tinned with groat vigor on tho 25th. A groat number ot persons have been killed by shells. Shots struck the German, English nnd Bel- gian Consulates, Tho Turks replied vigor- ously, tho townof Glurftiivo, opposite Kust- chuk, being tired by their shells. An Ibrnll dispatch of tho 25th says tho Turks have retreated toward Wlddln, aban. donlnc tho whole north ond of tho Dobrud- soli a. Bombardments continued alone tho whole Russian lino on the Dnnubu on tho 25th. Tho Russians madu a second crossing on the 25th at Hlrsova. Klghtccn thousand mon passed over and clloetcd a Junction with de- tachments from Mutchln, and at once marched ngalnul tho Turkish dofoiifus be- tween Czarnnvodaand Kustjomle. An Erzoromu dispatch of tho 25th says tho bombardment of Kars Is very severe, and tho garrison Is snflcrlng greatly. So far all at- tacks luvo boon lopulflcd with loss to tho Russians. THE EASTEEN WAS: Tho Weekly Kovlow of tlio Situation. LONDON, Juno I. All authorities contiuuu to assort that tho crossing opposite Ibrall Is iulandod moroly us u diversion, because tlio limtlnlclimate luuUlooilodcoiulltiou of the DobrudBqhn forbid operations on nn ox- tunslvo Hculo. In this connection It la Intoi'osllnn to note' thai its nny danger fro.nx tho Turkish flotilla or urmy on tho and Koul lino has, in tlio opinion of tUoKuoslim comivmmlors, now passed nwiiy, u majority of the troops luwo bocix withdraw a Ihonoo toQlurgovo, to replace tlio force who proceeded to tho Yodci and Alutu. No Ic83 than seven or ulght trulim i) day have been leaving Buolwrosl with troops, nrllllary ivud to replace at Qiurgevo tho troops who marched down to Islnsch nnd Turnn Magurclll, Tlio number of troops now between, and at and Qiurgevo is no loss Hum while at Turnn Magurolll and Islasch up to Kornbbl are upward ot 000.- A portion of the reinforcements at Slatlnn aro now buing sent westward to ICrajova, and the troops whoso place they tnko there, to the number of aro moving toward KiUafat and Qladova, Between Qiurgovo nnd Kularasch there aro There aro thus between KB- lurasch and the Huuguilan frontier 000 men for the llrst lino of attack. -In tho second line of Slobosla, Bucharest, Blatina and Krajovu there aro and further north again a reserve of Is stationed, half at Ploiesli and half at Ptleseh. The foregoing arc tho combatants, of whom there are thus exclusive of tho troops at Ibrall, 1'cnl and tho reserve camps and barracks at Tar- tar, BumnrnndBolgrnd. Tho total num- ber of Russians of the combatant and non-combalaul services who aro now in Houmania is reliably estimated at 000. Their heavy guns aro supplied with 700 rounds each, and they have on tho Vodo and Aluta sullleiont pontoons for the construction of six bridges across tho Danube. It is believed that tho main passage must bo attempted In a few days. Tho Danube is still rather high, the spring Hoods having in a great measure subsided, but before long the summer Hoods, caused by the melting of snow on tho lower Carpathians, will commence. Tho interval must, therefore, be utilix.ed if an attempt is to be made under favor- ablo conditions. Tho position of the Russians at Turnn MuguroUi and Sim- gives them command of four favor- able passages, namely: TurnnMngurolll, Slinnltzn, Hustchuk and Orcava. Within twelve hours the Russians could, by drawing the troops from Sim- nitta and Slobosiit, muster men at and around Olurgovo, or by moving tho troops at westward to Turiin Magurclll they could In ton hours mass men there and at Islasch. It would also be possible by moving the troops at Turnn Magurelli and Islasch to threaten Oreava with mon, and Nikopoli with Thus within twelve hours these four points can be threatened by a force of men, supported on the left by the Ctiurgcvo corps, on tho right by the Krajova corps, and in tho rear by a second liuo at Alexandria and Kusuho do or Slatina. Crossings, therefore, now need only bo a matter of a few hours, and good espionage. Of course which of the foregoing four points is chosen dupemls in a great measure on the movements of the Turks. It is an important point in favor of the Russians that, owing to greater straight- ness of tho road on the northern side of the river, they can march faster than the Turks. The troops at Krajova and west- ward thereof, numbering com- bined with tho Roumanians, can also threaten AViddin, Palanka and Loin having fallen back' on Dcllbaba, ,lho Rus- sian left wing toQlc, possopslori of the Dolibaba I'ass and fortlllod U. 'Mukhtar Pasha telegraphed Rachld join reinforcements from tho Turk- ish loft wing, and quitted-his headquar- ters at Kowln on tho night of tho 17th for Dellbaba to tako command hi person. On the following day ho received rein- forcouionts which raised tho strength of the right wiug to nineteen battalions, fo'ur cavalry regiments, and throo bat- teries. Tho Russians in .tho Dulibubu Pass numbered with four bat- teries, Several Bkirmljhcs woro fought on Juno 20. On the '.Hat Mukhtar attacked the pass, lighting .lasted from six o'clock in '.no morning until eight in tho evening. Tho Russians woro, at first, driven from their positions, but they afterward recaptured them and attacked tho Turkish positions on the heights with Infantry and cavalry. Tho Turkish front gave w.'y for a short time, but afterward rallied, charged tho Russians, and drove them back. The Turks then opened a terriblo artillery lire and com- pelled the Russians to fall back with heavy loss. Tho Turks acknowledge a Ions of 400 lulled and about tho same number wounded. It is reckoned that Iho Russian losses woro at least double that number. On tho 28d Mukhtar again fought a severe battle. Russian cavalry wore placed in an entrenchment to act as in- Inutry, but, ultimately, tho Turks drove them out and pursued them, the Russians retreating in disorder for Kordlkau, Tlio whole of tho lighting lasted thirty-two hours, The Turkish loss was upward of and Iho Russian much heavier. The Turkish headquarters aro still at Hewin, in n position which is unassaila- ble In front. On tho 23d Rus- sians began to advunco against tho posi- tion. Dorvlsh Pasha telegraphs from Ba- toum Juno 23: Wo have repulsed several attacks of the Russians, and finally compelled them to withdraw their batteries and retreat with a loss of l.COO killed and A frigate assisted in this all'uir by the bombardment of the entrenchments ot the Russians, and OHIO NEWS ITEMS, OATT. NA.TIUWRI. MAUION, ono of tho oldcRtrand most prominent residents of Columbus, and. ox-Warden of the Ohio Penitentiary, died on tho 10th of apo- ploxy.' TIIF.IUO aro at present about 100 pupils in tho -Stalo Institution for tho Blind. The next school year will begin Bept. 18. JoRKi'ii STOOKUAN, of Miami City, wont out hunting near Dayton, on tho 17th, with u double-barreled shot-gun, and was found in the evening with one barrel ot his.gun discharged, a portion of his left hand torn oil' and the charge of shot lodged lii his loft breast. Ho was uncon- scious and cannot survive. It is sup- posed that ho accidentally discharged tho gun while A CiiKviciiAND girl wants a lover badly, as tho following letter received by tho Postmaster at Toledo testifies: MB llnclM nvo Oluvuluml Juno 151877 to lliu nmn seven Turkish woro killed. ofilcers and eighty men lanka, any1 can act as tho right wing of an Oreava attack, or, if the disposition of tbo Turks should render such a move- ment necessary, the left wing ol a Tlmok Valloy attack, with Roumanian and Serv- ian troops 'forming tho center and right. Of course the latter eventuality is im- probable at present. There have been llonting rumors during the week of a Suleiman Fashu's losses In the recent lighting In Montenegro are estimated at OnthoS-Ithho was encamped near Spun. Mohomot All was retiring toward TUB potato bugs aro attacking tho beans. possibility of tho Turks attempting the oll'ensivc by a feint at Knlftfat, and real attack below Roni, to be supported by a fleet. Of course this would considerably alter tho Russian plans, but it is consid- ered improbable, although tho Russians have strengthened the forces at Bolgrad and are erecting redoulTts at Satanova, Jlbranl nnd on tho road from Barda to Ismail, The Russian tactics now will bo to push tho force forward as rapidly as pos- sible up tho a hand to tho Russian forces on tho way up tho Danube, This will enable the force at Hlrsovn to cross without (lifllculty, and on proceeding higher up It can likewise extend a hand lo tho other forces at Kalarash, and oven Oltcnlty.it. Should tho Turks detach tho force from about Rustchuk and Nikopoli sulllcient to stop its progress, they will so weaken their lino at this point that the Russian troops between Gulrgevo and Turnn Magurelli would bo ablo to cross with compara- tively Httlo loss. In Asia the most Important strategical event has been tho re-establishment of connection between tho Russian loft and center, nu proved by tho fact that in a previous battle tho Zcidkokan loft was strongly reinforced from tho center. Crowing; tUo In KAIL, June 21. This morning a little after daybreak the people of Ibrall woro awakened by tho sound of artillery and musketry on tho other side of tho river, showing that tho Danube must have been crossed. 0, u. Zimmerman had gone to Galaty, and crossed tho Danube with two regi- ments of Infantry, and a proportionate amount of artillery and cavalry, in a number of boats towed over by steam launches. ____ ST. PuTKimimiKi, Juno SI. An official account of tho engagement fought by tho troops who crossed from Gnlatsi and occupied tho Budjak Heights says: Tho Russian force consisted of ten companies of infantry, who crossed in boats and wero received by a heavy fire. They, however, valiantly attacked tho heights and drove back tho enemy. Tho Turkish force consisted of infan- try, 800 cavalry and two guns. Tho Russians having no cavalry or artil- lery wero obliged to resist the Turkish cavalry with tho bayonet. The Turks withdrew on tho arrival of tlio Russian reinforcements and artillery. Tho Rus- sian losses woro forty-eight killed and ninety wounded. Gen. Zimmerman tel- egraphs that the clergy and Christian in- habitants of Matohiu received tho Rus- sians with groat ceremony. One regi- ment is already in town and will bo re- inforced by a brigade under Gen. lokoff. OALATZ, Jane The right wing of tho Russian army is moving along tho loft bank of the Aluta toward tho Danube. Eight thousand Russians participated in tho occupation Hanging "Molly Thursday, May 21, was "Hangman's Day" in Pennsylvania. Kelly, Doyle, Donahue nnd Campbell (Molly convicted of various minders, were hanged at Mauch Chunk on tho same scallold at tho same time. They were all attended by priests. Kelly, Doyle and Campbell died easy; Donahue struggled for two minutes. Prior to their execution, when asked if they had anything to say, Campbell mild ho for- gave everybody and ho had not an enemy in the woild; Doyle's speech was inaudi- ble; Kully iccilod after the priest a plea for forgiveness; Donahue had nothing to say. In tho morning tho latter drove his counsel from his coll. At Pottsviile, Uoyle, McGeohan, Car- roll, Roarity, Dully and Munly (all Molly Magulrcs) wero hanged for the murder of I'olicoman Yost at Tamaqua in 1875, They were hanged in pairs in the order given. Priests accompanied tho doomed men to the scallold. Boyle was self- possessed during the services on the scaH'okl, occasionally inhaling tho per- fume of a roso which he held In his hand. Responding to a remark of tho priest Boyle said: I ain't a bit sorry." Me- Gcclian asked forgivcnucss of the whole world if he had done a wrong to them. Neither had anything to saj as to his guilt or innocence. Roarity and Carroll declared their innocence on the scallbld. Munly and Dully made 110 speeches. Andrew Litnahnn was hnnucd at "Wilkcsbarro for' tho murder of Capt. John Rlluy at that place Sept. 14, 1875. He walked firmly to tlio gallows and as- cended the steps in tho same manner. In his speech he thanked his friends for their kindness and said he forgave every- one, He died easily. Tho Oonduot To Bo Observed by Federal Officers in Eolation to Eleotious, WAMIUXUTON, Juno Tho President to-day addressed the following circular letter to all prominent Federal olticcrs throughout tho country: KXKUUTIVK MANSION, WASHINGTON, Juno I desire to call your attention to the (allotting paragraph In n loiter ad- dressed by mo to tlie Secretary of the Treas- ury on tho conduct to be observed by olll- ccis of tho General Government In relation to olcotlons: No olllcor should bo required or permitted lo tako purl In thu iniiniiKuiiiunl of political orpinta- tluiiK, cuiiciiwH, cuiivolitions or election caiiipnlgns. Their to vole ami to uspri'im tllclr Uuwn nil milil'c niiiuitloiiH, ultlicr orally or lliroiiKli of tho commanding Matchin, Slmrp Vltclitlii'; In AMu Minor. Juno 25. After tho battle of Juno 10, Iho Turks Iironit, In not dunlinl, provided It does nul laturfura ttltlilliodlHclmrini of thttlrofllcliildtillefl. Noun- Hi'HHinuiit for political purposus on olucurK or sub- OHllniili'M Hhoiild lie tillovvud. This rule is applicable to every department of tho civil service. Jt should bo understood by every ofllcer ot the General Government that lie la expected to conform his conduct to its requirements. Very respectfully, it. It 11.VYE9. Tho Last of Table Book, On tho 2'Uh till, Iho last of what was so long known as Table Rock, al Niag- ara, broke oft' and fell into tho river. The mass weighed nearly sixty tons and, up to 1870, names of visitois had been carved upon il. The part which fell on tho 24th composed only half of tho original rock, the resl having fallen in. On Saturday, Jan. a surface of the rock supposed to bo the side of half an aoro, forming Iho bod of Maiden Walk, broke loose and was precipitated into the immense chasm below. Tho crash was heard for a distance of five miles, and tho ollects in the immediate neighborhood resembled tho shock of an earthquake. Tlio water running under Iho bank Is supposed to have caused Iho fall on Iho 2'Uh, and Iho shock, when Iho rock struck the water, was distinctly felt three miles from tho falls, Several of tho trees which stood on the rock arc now soon standing in the river as erect as when in their original places on tho rock. Where tho rock shelved off from the bank, at a distance of twenty foot from the top, can bo soon the root of a tree estimated to bo two feet in diameter. Il attracts considerable CUM Standard.___ Long-Lived Orange Trees. An idea of the ago which orange trees may attain is furnished by the history of tho magnificent one in the orangery of Iho Palace of Versailles, known by the name ot tho Grand Connetable, or Grand Bourbon, which is now 450 years old. It grew from some pips of a bitter orange planted in a pot at the commencement of the fifteenth century by Eloanorjot Castillo, wife of Charles III., King of Navarre. The young plants which sprang from tho seeds wero kept In tlio sumo tub at Pampeluna until 170D. In 1084, more than two centuries after, they were removed to Versailles. Tho Grand Connctablo, which may bo regarded as Iho senior of living orange Iroos, is still perfectly vigorous, and does not exhibit, any signs of docay Duar Sir A young Lady wishes to corny- npond with some Nlco young man In tlcdolf It Is agreeable with you I'loim select lino for me ask him to drop nor a note I.ettho gentle mini send his poitgrupli the yong I.ady will allno lie must bee good I.oalilng with no Ulfoiancc. Pious reply soon yours In hnsto ho moost not cull on her on tlio account of 1'a l'a ho wood Not like It Oblige A friend A Clark A DriMsSllpu Ally 1) Clark ll.t) Kuclld Ave cluvolnnd Ohio A Youwi child of M, B, Orubbs, of Washington Court House, died on the 17th under pocullnrclrcumsliinccs. Ovci three months ago, while playing, it fell, striking Its head. No notice was taken of the injury at the time, as it was con- sidered very slight. Shortly after, how- ever, tlie child was found to have becomi cross-eyed and partially paralyzed, which continued until it died. Physicians sur- mise that a blood-vessel had been rupl- tiled, and blood collecting pressed upon tho brain. A I'ATAii accident occurred on the 18tl a short distance from Napoleon. Wliili James Rowan was hunting with a com panlon, the former stopped to tako some thing out of the latter's eye, leaning his gun by his side while doing so, By some means the gun went oil', the ball Rowan's car and going clear through his head, killing him instantly. Ritv. JKSSIK YANTAW, a promlnoiv minister In the Methodist Church, a grad uale of Athens, and formerly editor o tho Athens MtMengtr, died on the 18U at Somerset. TIIOMAH HAUIIHON, of Hamilton, wa accidentally shot and killed while hunt ing in the woods near that place on th 18lh by his friend, Harry Jones. The discovered some biids, and while pro eecding toward them Jones' foot silppcc and ho fell, the charge in his gun enter ing Harbron's head, UKAVY rains In Clark and Champalgi Comities for tho preceding three day culminated on the 21st in a terrific llooi at XJrbana. Two houses were wiisuei away. Smith's tannery was entirely suli merged and the railroad tracks covcrci with two feet of water. The llrst lloor of many houses had to be abandonee' Considerable damage was done by th rapid rising of small streams and Hi washing away ot bridges. Crops ar thought to be seriously all'ected. Tin: mother of Senator Stanley Mai thews died at Avnndalc, on the 20tl She was seventy-three years of age. ON the evening of the 10th Mrs. Jaco Shorb, a lady about seventy years of ag foil dead while sitting at a window hor house at Canton. A dog was shot i the yard near where she sat, which siu dcn'frighl is supposed to have cause her death from heart disease. Tim successful competitors for th at the firemen's tournament Rucyrus on Ihn21stwere: Steamers, KOI ton Hist, Llmnsccond; hand engines. Re lief, of Crestline; socond-class engines, Shclbj; also sweepstakes to same; hose companies, Smuggler, of Crestline, llrsl; Niagara, of Gallon, second; hook and ladder companies, forty rods run, Result, of Norwalk, first; Rescue, of Nevada, second; juniors, thirty rods run, Twilight, of Tiflln; brass bands, Ilnrmonin, of Tlflln, llrst, and Shelby Cornel Band, second. The best of feeling and order prevailed, and no casualties occurred, WOOSTEH UNIVKHBITY has conferred Ihe degree of LL. on Guslave C, K, Weber ot Cleveland, Hon. John Me- Sweeney of Woosler, and Prof. J. McMartln of Alhens. Wii.i. N. LAKK, an amateur, com- menced al Columbus on June 1 and on lue 21sl completed a walk of fiOO miles in COO consecutive hours. His average time was thirteen minutes. IN the case of cm trial at San- dusky for the murder of a jeweler named DoWiU at Ycnnilllou a short time ago, Ihc jury on Ihe 21sl returned a veulicl of murder in Ihe second degree, A'r Spencerville, on Ihe 20th, while raising a mill, the ropes that held a beam to its place broke while Win. Meyers, one of Iho workmen, was directly under, ore, Logan County, on tho 22d. John Voldon was found In a Held with his oad spill open, and his sister, Mrs. Su- in McClurg, and her daughter, Miss ancy like, wero discovered In the house lib Iheir houde smashed. William Tor- ell and Joseph King hr.vo been arresled n suspicion, and Ihe former confcsscn Is gutll, throwing the crime on King. 'Im latest developments, however, show lint King was not concerned in it. TUB tramway over tho arches of the ridge being constructed at Kent gave ay on Ihc 2Ud, precipitating the truck, oaded with a heavy stone, upon the 'orlcmon below. W. B, Archer's righl eg and arm woro broken, and ho ro- oivcd other terrible Injuries, which will rove fatal. Another workman was lightly injured, AT Cincinnati, on the 21st, Ada Sell- or, six ycafs old, in trying with other lilldreu, who could score the greatest umber of consecutive jumps of the ope, made 5BO and then fell exhausted, ho blood from her cars, nose, and noulh, On the 2Ud she was buried. Indians in Idaho on tho War Path, 8ix FHANCHCO, Juno Id, The following particulars of the In- Hail outbreak in Idaho have been re- ceived from On Iho 18th the jalmon River Indians and Joseph's bands on Camus Prairie, and four vhiles were killed on the Salmon River, icar the mouth of Wlilteblrd River. The iiulians attacked a settler's camp on the Braille, killed Benjamin Norton, his wife md two or lliicc olhcrs, attacked all the cams on the load, and had possession of ho whole prairie except the town of Ml. Idaho, which they threatened, Friday evening. A force of 100 troops, two 'rlendly Indians nnd several oilixcns left Cjiipwuy trarrisou under Hie command of Boon after the Capl, James Col. Perry for Ml, Idaho, news was received that Baker, Samuel Benedict, wile and four hildron, Harry Mason, Henry Klfcrmtml Warren's expressman had been killed on Salmon River; also a pack train of forty mules was attacked near Cold Spring, ,wo whites, named DavenportandOasley, killed, and two half-breed Indians es- caped. After the arrival of Col. Perry at Ml. Idaho a dispatch came through to the ef- fect that ho found the reports of those killed true, and that the Indians had gone to Salmon River. The troops went in pursuit. Messages from Kamokowa slate that twenty-nine whites had been killed, and the whiles had killed White Bird, the chief of the his fam- ily. troops, with 150 men from Ml. Idaho, encountered the Indians at the head of Whitebird Canon. The. troops dismounted and lefl a fewsoldicrs and iwenly friendly Indians to hold the horses. The Indians opened fire, and lighting was combined for some lime. The friendly Indians became ah'rmcd. The soldiers guarding the horses could sec that the Indians were gelling the bust of the llghl and thai the soldiers were relreating. Tho Captain of the and Sergl. Lyllle and one soldier are known to be killed. In military circles the outbreak is con- sidered serious. The Indians are brave and warlike and well supplied with arms. The total strength at the disposal of Gen. Howard, when all the troops placed under his orders are concentrated, will only reach about 800, while tlie strength of the Indians is estimated by some to be close on to though probably more reliable estimates will reduce the number of warriors to about half thai number, or al Ihe mosllo The scene of war is located in Idaho Territory, sixty miles from Lcwiston, oil what is known as Camas Prairie. The distance from Lewiston to Wnlluln by river is 100 miles, which is the nearest thirty miles. The Indians did not kill the women nnd children, but allowed them to bo taken under escort of a friendly squaw to Slate Creek, which lias thus far been lefl undisturbed. At Slato Creek Ihc whites have forti- fied themselves in a stockade fort, Into which has been received Ihe wives and children of the murdered men, together with the families of the men who had escaped the massacre. These women arc thus up in the midst of hostile Indians, without adequate means of de- fense, and wilhoul aid will certainly be overpowered and murdered, as the In- dians declare Ihclr determination to lake Ihe forl and murder the men. H can't bo hoped thai the Indiana will again spare tho women and children, after the losses they must sustain IncapUiringlbeforl.as the men will llghl to the last. Our Informant says ho is reliably In- foinied Dial the Indians did not lire a single building or destroy any property, bul cleaned Ihc country of stock, which they have driven to the south side of the Salmon River. They seem to hope that they will ultimately be the undisturbed proprietors of all the property the whites arc now compelled to abandon. They think, nol without rciifou, Unit before the country Is regained from them an army must bo created, and a long an J doubtful' campaign passed through. The Indians have now their principal camp and headquarters on the Salmon River, jusl below tho mouth of the small slrcnm called Skookumuhuck, while the stock is gathered and pastured on nn ex- tensive triangular-shaped region formed by the Siiuke and Salmon Rivers, and the high mountain range lying about the sources of FayuUo and Weyscr Rivers. Here there is abundant pasturage for summer and winter, and licie they will doubtless niako their Until stand. lu contradiction to the previous reports that thu troops behaved badly, our in- formant Is assured by citizens who weie In the light that the troops, though lliej allowed themselves lo be decoyed into ambush, displayed throughout the action the utmost gallantry and fought like tigers. About twenty-live or thiity sol diers wcic killed in about the same num- ber of minutes. The situation in Northern IduUo far exceeds in gravity any Indian outbreak of our day, and It would lax the besl re- sources of Iho Government and of Ihc people immediately interested lo subdue the Indians and restore peace lo the country. The Indians know the army on this coast is a skeleton, and the people helpless from want of arms. BAN I'lUNcinco, A telegram was received nl the army headquarters this nflernoim from Gen. Howaid, dated Lewiston, 20lh. lie re- ports Perry's loss in the cngagi-mcnl of the 17lh insl. as follows: One ollieer, Lieut. K. llcllcr, of the Twenty-llrsl In- fantry, and thirty-three im-n. Heller was placed, wounded, on his horse by Capls. Trimble, bul was iifleiward killed. Capl. Perry, Trimble and Parncll are re- ported wounded. All are well. Perry's command is still al Forl Idaho. Wlnncmucca, Chief of the Piutcs, as- sures the Governor that he bus nn Inten- tion of breaking the peace with the whites; thai if an Indian outbreak occurs ho will remain friendly, bul if he wauls lo llghl lie will give fair warning. Volunteer companies arc being con- stantly organized in the various settle- ments, bul are utiuMe to move until pro- vided with arms. poinlwherc the telegraph can be reached. helping raise it, In its descent, it struck him on the head. Death ensued in- stantly. Two ATTKMi'TS were made by Incendl ados to lire tho residence of Lazarus, a prominent Hebrew citizen of Columbus, The llrst attempt was made on the 22d, and Hie oilier on tlio 23d. Tho lire was discovered In both Instances in lima to prevent a conflagration. No clow to Iho incendiaries has been discovered, A TKASI attached to ono of the omni buses running between Dayton and Qor, mantown jumped over a bank on tlio side of the road on tho22d, throwing the 'bus over, killing James A. Law and fa tally injuring Mrs. Richard Schaeiler. .fAjt IIu.ii, of Liberty, was drownci in Bear Creek on tho 22d. Tint contract for building tho school-house at IhoObioSoldiers and Sailors' Orphans' Home, al Dayton has been awarded to Messrs. Gibbs iS Mooser, of Toledo. Tho style of archi lecture is Gothic. Two OiiKHi.iN 0, 0. Wadswortl and one were arrested by i United Stales officer on Iho 23d, on tin charge of using the mails for tho purpos of frauds. They advertised as tho Slon ograph Publishing Company, and wer selling Nixon's Mnemonic Method o Short Hand." They wero examined b the U. S. Commissioner al Cleveland, an Wadsworlh was bound over for trial Jacques being discharged. THE lessees of tho public works of Hi Slate have notified the Board of Publl Works that they will decline to pay an more lent under ihcir lease, and on Dec 1 will abandon and surrender to th State the public works leased by then They say ibis aclion is taken in consi quonco of the filling up of Ihe Mian Canal basin at Hamilton (authorized b tho Into Tun Cleveland Board of Trado ha protested against Iho removal of U: Pension Agency to Columbus. A TiuriiK murder was committed nci OBIMES ANfJ_OASUALTLBS. children named Welch were drowned al Occum, Conn., recently by falling off a bridge. W. Halncs was drowned in Ihc Carrnpasscl River near Anton, Me., recently, while breaking n jam of logs. Tcnnant, wlfo nnd child were drowned at Smith's Falls, Canada West, a few nights since, by the upsetting of n boat. John Dolnn was fatally asphyxl atcd al Ihc Lewis House nl Fond du Lac, Wis., Hie oilier night. He blow out Iho gaslight. Tnrbox, of BIddcford, Me.., died a few days ago from lock-jaw, re- sulting from a wound received lu falling from a hayloft. Graves, colored, In shoot- ing al his wife at Wilmington, Del., tho oilier afternoon, missed her and killed his grand-daughter. steamer Lizzie, from New Or- leans for Pcnsacol'a, was burned n few mornings since and three lives were loit negroes and a while man. McSully was Instantly killed and Thomas Morgan fatally injured by the fall of a roof In the Cayuga colliery at Scranlon, Pa., Ihc oilier day. Taylor, residing near Jackson- ville, III., was slruck by llghlning while riding, a shorl distance from his home, the other day and Instantly killed. S. C. Lusk, a prominent Bap- llsl minister in Panola County, Miss., accidentally shot himself a few days since, producing death Instantly. Arthur Akllne, the resident partner In New York of the clothing-house of C. Dahlman it Co., has disappeared with, it is stated, of other people's money. Welch, Patrick Dohcrtyand John Dinlcy wero drowned In Ihe Pas- sumpslc River near Si. Johnsbury, Vl., Ihe olher morning, by Ibc upsetting of a boat. Fikc, thirteen years old, living nl Shclbyvllle, Md., recently shol him- self in Ihc abdomen while playing with a revolver. The ball Inflicted a terrible wound, from which the boy will proba- bly die. II. Barrctl, a saloon-keeper of Auburn, N. Y., was shot dead by Cora Young, a few days ago, The woman then attempted suicide by shooting her- self twice in the head, and is not ex- pected to recover. K. VI H ton, an old and respected citizen of Burlington, Iowa, while at- tempting to jump on a street-car, a few nights since, missed hln footing, fell under the car, and his neck was broken by Hie car wheel Hcndrlcks, n wealthy farmer residing near Oldtown, III., shot and killed Ills wife, lo whom he had been married twenty-live years, a few nights since, and then blew his own brains out. dress of a young married lady named Frank Poats, residing in Algansio Township, near Coldwalcr, Mich., caught fire from a stove the other morning, and before assistance was rendered she was fatally burned. W, Dennett, one ot the graduat- ing class at the Wisconsin Slate Uni- versity at Madison, has been arrested for smothering and throwing his seven- months-old child into the Milwaukee River last March. He confesses his The distance from Portland to Ihc scene over 100 miles. FlUNOIUCO, JUIIOJO. A Portland Press dispatch says Hie fol- iwing special is just received by tlie 'rfgonian: MOUNT IDAHO, Juno i sad news lo-nlghl tin tlie Florence Salmon River. The killed, so far as nown, are Dick Dclilne, Henry Klfers, tobcrl Bland, Henry Sttowbridge, Henry lason, C. II. Brown, Jack Manuel, Sam- el Benedict, James Baker, Put Price, iclor Gold, James Quid. Mortally oundcd, William George. No women r children killed on Salmon River are ct reported. John Chamberlain and hild were killed al the same time as lorlon's wife and another child. Voundcd, L, Day, George Moore, Mrs. lorton. Tlio troops arrived here to-day. a. com- landing olllccr al Korl Lanway, Col. 'crry, with his command and some vpl- ulcers, engaged the Indians al While Jlrd uboul daylight. They were lighting ibout three hours, and were repulsed vith heavy loss ot men and horses. who brought he letters to Lcwiston, says he was a coul In Ihe fight; that the engagement ook place at tho foot of While Bird Canon instead ot tho head; thai upon the irst lire of Ihc Indians the soldiers broke ranks and relrsntcd. The olllccrs could lol rally them and make Ihcin face tho Ire. The Indians pursued them about jixteen miles, firing upon them con- stantly. Ho slates thai the Indians had jclier guns than the troops, and Iheir tim was deadly from Ihe llrsl attack. There were uboul 125 Indians in pursuit of the troops, all well mounted. After the light the Indians held a grand war danco on Ihe prairlo. Tho Iroops from Alaska reached Porl Townscnd on the 20th and wore ordered to Lewiston. Gen. Sully goes with them. Gov. Bray man, of Idaho, on the 20th applied lo Ihe War Department for au- thority to organize, mount and provision volunteers at Government charge. The Secretary answered that he had no au- thority lo grant Iho request, but Gen, Howard was nulhorlzcd lo issue nl his discrclion muskets of the old pallern nol to exceed COO, and ammunition nol lo exceed Ilfly rounds for each gun. IloisR CITY, Wnlio, Juno SJ. By an arrival hero lust night tlio pre- vious reports of an Indian outbreak near Iho Salmon are substantially confirmed. The scene of Hie llrsl massacre was on Iho Salmon River nnd tributaries, Ihal stream coining in from the northern side, draining Camas Prairie and Ihe neighbor- ing mountains. Tlio selllemcnl called Camas Prairie covers Ihc fool of the bills to Ihe norlh of Ibc Florence Mountains, extending several miles northward into tho plain, which lies between the Florence Mountains and the brcaMng down of the inble land called Craig's Mountains. Ml. Idaho is about Ihc center of tho range of Beltleinonls ot Camas Prairie, situated at the foot of Iho Florence Mountains, sixly-fivc miles from Lewiston. Idaho sctllemcnt is on the Salmon River, and its tributaries lie lo the soulh and soulhwcsl of Ml, Idaho, Gen. McDowell telegraphed Hie War Dcpai Uncut on Ihe 23d that he could not learn that Ihe uprising had gone much beyond Joseph's band of Ncz I'crces nnd the Immediate vicinity. All the cavalry in the Department of California lias been sent to Idaho, and also all tlie Iroops in Alaska. A Boise City (Idaho) dispatch of '.he 23d says the people of the Val- leys have assembled near Jeffries, whe.ro Ihey arc consiructing a fort. The peo- ple are without arms and generally de- fenseless. Gen. Howard telegraphed from 1'ort Lapway on the 21sl Unit Capl. Millcrand 300 men had left for the front. The In dlan prisoners slnlo thai Iho soldiers lefl wounded on Ihe field were killed bul not mutilated, Mrs. Maxwell and the chil- dren of George Woodward have been murdered. ____ There had been no further fighting in Idaho up lo the Gen. Howard had gone lo the fronl lo command in person. Gen. McDowell has been instructed by Gon. Sherman to have the Indians pur- sued us fast as possible, and pay no at- tention whatever lo tbo boundary lines of the dilVcrent inllllnry commanders, but to punish the Indians wherever they may be caught. A Misadventure. SKIIKKA, he murmured; and the old j.'iito scarcely creaked as It swung lo and fro beneath her lighl weighl, and Ihc silenl slars looked down with ten- derer all South Hill except Will Dempscy's that has gone into politics, and is trying to get through with a six-mouths' canvass every nlghl; and Prof. Miller's ecru terrier that was crossed in love when It was joung, and has been a prey to a devouring mel- ancholy over since; and Fred Flackman's woolly dog, that has nn ambition to be a jubilee-singer, and sits up all night try- ing lo sing Roll, the rcsi of Soulh Hill seemed to hold Its breath to listen. "Serena, he said, and the radiant blushes tUaiklndUd over the pearly brow and checks softened the si- lent lovcllglil in her lustrous rena, my own! if every glittering star that gleams above; If every passing breeze thai slops lo kiss thy glowing cheeks; If every rustling leaf that whis- pers to Ihe night were living, burning, loving llioughls; if every----- Oli-h-h- hoo-hol Ow-wl Wow-ow-owl Aw-w, oh, oh, ohl 0 jiminy pell! 0 glory! 0 murder, And she said sillily Dial no gentleman who could use such language in the pres- ence of a lady was nn ncquiilulaiicc of hers, and she wcnl Into the house. And he pushed Ihe gale open, and pulled his mangled thumb out of the crack of It, and wcnl down the slrcot sucking the injured member, and deel.uing Ihnl, how- ever lightly 105 pounds of girl might sit on the heart of a man, II was a lllllo too much pressure when applied lo an im- promptu thumb-screw. And the match is drawn, and all slde-bels are declared Jlmch-Kye. guilt. McGuIrc was shot and killed in the dooryard of Mrs. B. F. Bissell, at Wcsi Harlford, Conn., Iho sihcr evening, by Ellas N. Ivcc, a laborer employed on Mrs. BisxcU's farm. McOuirc had been discharged by Mis. Ulsscll, and had threatened her life. Lcith and William Henry Lclth, father and son, convicted of forg- ing checks to Ihc amounl of Ihe Merchants' Exchange National Bank, of New York, have been sentenced lo the State Prison, the father to ten and the son to seven years. Vcllman, an ac- complice, pleaded gullly and got two years. J. 0, Whitney and wife, of Paw- tucket, R. I., were poisoned tho other day by drinking a bottle of ale, and their lives were with difllcully saved. Will- iam flurbank, lately the doctor's office boy, has confessed Unit he put strych- nine in the ale because the doctor would nol give him fifteen dollars which was nol due him. Oliver Gilbert, Miss Gilbert, Mrs. Coblet and child, of Kcllogg's Cor- ners, Wis., were drowned In, Eagle Lake, a few miles from their home, Ihe olher day, while attending a picnic. They we're oul in a row-boat when the acci- dent happened. The boat leaked badly and swamped before they could gel back lo Hie shore. horrible murder was rcccnlly com- milled near Burllnglon, Kan. Two young men, named G. S. Cook and S. M. Hedges, former partners in business, oc- cupied the same room over nlghi. Hedges arose In Iho nighl, procured an ax, and with it crushed In the skull of his bed- fellow. He admitted the killing, and justified the acl by saying Cook had stolen his money. Ho has been arrested. H. Pnyson brutally murdered his wife nl NorlhflcUl, N. U., recently. He stole up behind and dealt her llireo violenl blows with an ax, two on Ihe head and one on the shoulder. She ran about fifty rods, and then fell from the loss of blood. Payson pretends lo know nolh- ing of his crime, and does nol show Ihe Icasl feeling on the subject, but says his wife and children were In a conspiracy to got his money away from him. Washington, D. C., the other day, Robert Richer, aged forty, and for a long tlmo clerk In Die Quartermaster- General's olllcc, quarreled with his wife about her cat and kltlcns breaking down Ills flowers, and remarked: If you don't keep those kiliens out of the garden I will kill them." His wife answered: If you do, I will icar up all your to- malo vines." Richer began to beat Iho cal and his wife lo Icar up tho vines; Richer then placed a revolver to his fore- head, and exclaimed: "You sec me shoot Hied, and instantly ex- pired. Ho was appointed from Missouri. colored man named Tom'Caldwcll was arrested at Spring Hill, Tcnn., nfew days ago on u charge of murdering his son. Al the Coroner's investigation a surgeon tcslilicd that lie had mado a care- tllU nUlilili at distances varying from fifteen to I strangulation W. Garner murdered Alex. C. Sliirks al Rockwell, Tox., In Septem- ber, 1870, and he was to have been exe- cuted nl that place n few days ago. For Iwo days prior lo tho day of execution Garner was permitted to have his wife with him, and when the Sheriff entered tho cell on Ihe lasl day he found Garner and his wife dead. In a note left by Mrs. Garner she said she carried poison inlo Ihe prison in her moulh. They both partook of it and, there nol being enough for both, tlio deed was completed by ful examination of tho body ot the do- ceased, and found It lacerated by blows made with a plow-line, or something of the kind, all over his chest, bowels and limbs, and on his back from hlshcad to his legs. There woro also marks as it made by boot-heel wlih lacks in It, near Ihc groin. These Injuries could not have been made by a horse, as claimed by Iho prisoner, nor by being dragged by n rope, but ino marks showed repealed blows, and must have been Inflicted by some person. Caldwoll at first pleaded not guilty, Iho evidence would cslabllsh his guilt, finally confessed that ho killed Ihc child by whipping It, and threw himself on the mercy of tho Court. iflRDHIV! ;

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