Sandusky Daily Register, June 2, 1890

Sandusky Daily Register

June 02, 1890

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Sandusky Daily Register (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Sandusky, Ohio SANDTJ DAILY REGISTER. VOL. XL VI; OHIO, MQKDAY MORNING. JUNE 2, 1890. R. R. R RADWAY'S READY RELIEF The Cheapest Bewt ]tfedi cine for Family in the World. n from one to twenty minutes, Lever to relieve PAIN with ono thorough application No matter how violent or thn pain the RHUEMATIC. BED-RIUDEN, INFJKM CKIPPLED, NERVOUS, NEURALGIC, or prostrated with disease may Buffer, RAD WAY'S KEADY RELIEF will aftord Instant ease. Cures the Worst Pains in ONE nmm NOT ONE HOUR After reading this Advertisement noc.d any ono pufl'nr with Fain. Throat, Iiiiiaiiiatioii KlieiiuintiHiii, JVeuralgm, Toothache, Influenza, IMIIleiilt Breathiii g CURED AND PRE VENTED JiY Radway's Ready Relief. Radway'a Ready Relief la a cure for Every Pain, Sprains, Bruises, Pains la tbo Back, Chest or Limbs. It was the First and Is the Only PAIN KEMtDY! rhat Instantly stops tlio most, excruclutzng tains, ailays Inflammation and cures Conges- ;lon, whether Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or or organs, by one application. If with ttireiitencd PNEUMONIA, )r any inflamatlon of the internal nucuous membranes, after exposure to cold 'Ot. Ac., lone no time, but apply Railway's >ellef on a piece of flannel over the part aiicct- sd with congestion or Inflammation winch will in nearly every case check the inflammation cure patient, by its action orcountcr- Tltation and by equalizing tbe circulation in ,jie part Kor farther Instructions son our directions" wrapped around the bottle, A teaspoonful in a half tumbler of liter. will in a few minutes euro roup, Spasms, Sour Moinarh. Heartburn. ervousness, Sleeplessness, Blek Headache, >larrluea. Dysentery Colio, Flatulency and ill Internal pains. CURKD IN fli WORST FORM. 1III.LS AND FJ4YKK. FEVER and AGUE cured for tifty etnU Is not a remedial lu the world lat will cure Fever and Ague, and all other Malarious. Bilious, and other liy .ADWAY'S PII L8, so quickly as RXOWAY'S IKADY RELIEF. Fifty cents per boltlc. OK. teaparillian Kesolvent. The threat lilood Purifier, for the Cure of all Chrome Dixeiises. Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula. Syphilitic ;oinplaints, etc. (see our book on irlce twenty-live Ulandular iiinors, Brouchits, Consumption, Sidney. Bladder. Liver Complaints, Ac. There Is no remcny that will cure the mifluror Salt Rbeuui. Tellers, Pimples, Blotches, richly Heat, Aches, and Sores, Ulcers, Boils, umors of all kinds, so quick as the SAK3AP- .RILLIAN RKBOLVKN 1'. Let it be tried. TheBest! K from Uiaeases of the "Digestive Organn. CoDBtlpatlon, inward Piles, Fullness of lilood the Head, Acidity of the titomiich, Nausea, lemtburn, Disgust ot Komi, l-'iinness nt Weight the stomach, Hour Kruetation.-i, or 'luttermgof the Heart, when in a lying po.siure, Vision, DOM or Welm lieroru the Uight, Fever ,nd Dull Pain In the Head, Dencleney of iplratlon, Hkin anil ICyes, aln in the 8iJe, Chest, Limbs, ami smtilen of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. A few doses of KA.DWAY'8 PILLS will free le system from all tho above named (IwurihTti Price 'M cents per box. Sold by all Send stamp for postage to RiDWAY CO., .o. SlWarren street, New Yort, tor our book >f advice. TO THE PUBLIC. Be (rare and ask for RADWAY'S anil aee that 16 name of "RADWAY" Is on what you buy NOTICK. ulinA. vs. 'dlworthD. I'raao f OSEPH O. C riANE. hoir at law, and .M.iry K. Crane, widow or said Walworth D. Crane, of New Tork City, N. Y., will take notice that a conditional order o( reviver of he above named action been iiiauo by thn ;ourtpf Common Ploax of Erin Comity, Ohio, 'Herein rauaels numbfrrd object and prayer of saiil is to sot Hide the contract, made for tho sale ami ron- reyanc'9 by plaintiil'a to defendant of all that tract or parcel of hind attuatHl lu tlie ;ity of Sandusky, trie County, Ohio, in .ity abouL174 acres, hounded and iK'sonbfil ullows: Lots Nos. 27, 28, 2C.> and au, much of lot 30 which lias beeu hort'loforo sold tnd conveyed to The (i K. Hodguiiiu Manii- Lacturlng Company, also so uiucu of lot 31 in ies southerly of the Lake Shore f lots being east oE Line, to- tetherwith all riparian rights apperteuant .uereto. Thatdefendantbediapossessed thereof, fhat plalntill's may have judgment asraiiiit dt'- oooforfeiture, hat unless they show cause to the contrary on >r before the ISth day of July, 1890, said caiue will stand revived against them. C. H. CRAMEK. Attorney for plaiutitl )une2tlCtoawMo CEDAU POINT. coney Im The annual grand opening of Ceda Point for tlie summer picnic campaign will occur with its usual formality on Thursday of this week. Excursion parties aro expected over nearly all th railroad lines entering the city and with the home patronage the event is expected to be made an auspicious one Hearing something of elaborate prep arations in improvements being made at tho Point an emissary of THE KEG TKU boarded the steamer K. B. Hayes the other day to enjoy o pleasaut ride across the bay and to see what hac )een done. The place seemed more lolightful than ever and its enchantment was enhanced bj he shrill voices of singing )irds who were chanting their sweeteal nelodies. Tho frisky chipmunk Janced among the boughs of the pretty cedars and the waves of old Erie lashed their spray upon the beach, wild flowers scattered among he exuberant foliage of well trimmed groves made a delightful picture such as can only bo painted by the art of latnre. The festive had not brpotten his mission on earth and was raining his legions for an attack upon ho first delegation of picknickers. Among the improvements first noticed was a new boat house with a veranda, )llico and ladies' toilet which is being in order for Mr. Harry rlolynoaux, the veteran boat houce man of this city. The old Davilion on he north side is being newly repaired and painted. Numerous walks havo m added and the main walk trom ho dock has been extended down to ho beach making a total length from he boat landing on tho north to tho pposite beach of about 118 rods. A arye area of snd has been laid about ho main pavilion and new and pretty ower beds, the work of Dilger tho lorist, have been handsomely ar- iKecl. A tastefully arranged mound nthoparkft heura tho inscription in rowing foliage of different hupp, Cedar and back of this, large oliage and tropical plants have been et which makes a very pleasing effect, tho last named is a century hint owned by Manager liaetz thirteen ears ago when he presented it to Mr. "'red Kocsling, who in turn gave it to Ir. O. J. True of Port Clinton, and nrotigh tho management of the land- 3upe gardnor it now graces the folingo f Cedar Point. Tlie dancing floor ot the main pavil- in hua been thoroughly oiled and put nto excellent condition for tho ter- sichorean art, and has been provided with a new iiml more comfortable (lice (in tlie second floor, 'iverythinK was fragrant with tho dor ot fresh paint, and the sound of arpenttTs1 hummers made tho woods ing. A noiv bowlinealloy is being built y Air. Chas. Bnddenhagen, who op- ;atert tho shooting gallery which it >itjH near by. Mr. Max Stenzel has leased the candy ngixla and w ill please the ladies and hildren with fresh cream candy, pea- utsand pupcorn balls. Max is alrnadiy n the grounds stock and appa-' atufl. The new water toboggan nlide will o the mnst coolly and interesting this season and will be built on lin beach next to the bath houses nml bo so arranged that tho perform- ncoH upon it can bo witnessed from !io parks and verandas of tno main nililing. The Cedar Point Steamboat corn- any has entraged the steamer Roland >r the season to run in connection ith the steamer El ayes on big days.: 'ho liolaud has a carry ing capacity of 10 passftigers and will bo fitted out in rst-clnss order and supplied with lings to add to tho comfort of atrons. Manager Bnotx, of tho Cedar Point Ira.-mro Kosort Co., is a hustler and im nmdf) every eflort to increase the opnlnrity of the already famous and tu'.'-t summer resort in tho whole imntry. A much larger business is titicipatc'd i'or this season than ever ef'oie. The now Opera House band will fur- ich music and many new and special tlractions will be announced as the nsori advances. of 'I'Uoirslu from Ycstcrday'si T residing in Detroit Michigan, -wllltake notice that on the iCtli day of April 1890. KeinhoM Koch tiled Lia petition in the court of comiLon pleas of Kile Bounty, Ohio, in case No. c-295 itKainst tlie aliove named party and others, prayins? for tUe ascci1. tainjnent and marshalling of all the liens upon all tnat iand and real estate situated in tlie city of Sandushy and State of Ohio forniffi- Fox Brewery Property" and more lately fenoan asthe "Ilg Brewery Prop- as well as also lotsNoa. 1 and 2, ou Perry street in said city and the undivided one-half of lot No. 43 on Water street in s-aid t-ity, the ap- pointment of a receiver of all ot said pmperiv. unl tlie sale of the same, and the application ot the proceeds of the sale and the rents ami Incomes ol toe same to the f the. Raid He OB )p their order, and other suitable relief. Saifl defendant Is lequired to answer on or before the 12th day of July, A. D. lf-91, or luent may be taken agaiait her. GOODWIN, GOODWIN A HULL, Attorneys fur plaintiff. SH-YDURSTREIIGTH BY USINO ALIEN B.WmSLEY'S OOOD CHEER SOAP CLOTHES -AsKYauR GROCER FOR ir FDLLDW DIRECTIONS CLOSEIY- and not say that tho hand of God is in it all. Here the pastor followed the tracing of history from its earliest be ginning to the war of the Rebellion showing that slavery was the cause o the war; that when the crisis came, no cringing submission nor humiliating compromise, but abundance of money and men were brought forward to BHB tain the nation in this terrible crisis, mention was made especially of James A, Garfield as one of those who were brought out by the war and of the dis- tinguished respect and honor paid to his memory on Decoration Day in Cleve- land. Attention was called to tho bravery, daring and courage of our soldiers upon the battlefield and oi the grandeur of the miltary power oJ the United States. The sermon closed with the question "What shall wo say if it DO as was said a few days ago in the extinct capital of the Confed- eracy that 'God alone knows which was There is but ono thing o say. Nationality is no better than secession and they who fought for the Jnion werq no better than they who :ought against it, but wo know which was right; the side of the Jnion, and let us to-day and lere say to ourselves that so far as wo aro who 'ought and died in the war for the Jnion, shall not have died in vain; we iavo no controversy with our defeated countrymen; wo forgive them and ask jtod's blessing upon them; but the re ultof the war most stand intact and the ights of all men be regarded; no man may hereafter be awed into silence by hreats of violence, who undertakes to expose vice or denounce injustice; the press and pulpit will speak out in all he land against oppression and in avor of tho poor and helpless; so horough and bold are the workings and outpushings of liberty that she nnst go everywhere. Owing to the illness of Rev. J. F. Jrant, there were no morning services attheM.E, church and the congre- gation ioined with the Presbyterians. G. H. t-ckp. Text, ii Timothy, 8 10. The of inspiration ifl ita profit. Tho (l vcri'i.m siiys, all scripture is in- ,ircd of God nnd is profitable, but tho vi-rpion all inspired fcripture profitable; tho profit appeals in the of God which I't inculcates; the jrtthcn believed in gods of loealilits, )d8 of hills and gods of valloyp; they lao had goils of thieves and goda of uirders: over against tho f-ctip- irc-s teach one God; hia attributes power, wisdom, justice, truth, oliness; each new attribute restricted nd corrected the actions of men; as tese thoughts were presented to the humanity rono to a higher level; 0 thought liaa tended more to levato humanity than that of esponsibility to one God; the profit of! inspiration np- enrs in its discriminations upon sin; idea of tho cities of refuge which It-it en appointed was designed to ro train mob law and to inculcate mercy nd justice; mercy aud tciidernose were Highland applied to. all relations of ft; third, irisuirution is profitable, in nculcatiiig brotheily love and all hristiiin virtues in wuciftl life; as these deas havo obtained, the evils of so- ie.ty have been corrected; by the pro- 'tess (if rhi'se ideas, the world will ontinue to rise, until t'ne Jcrnsa eni will bo established 'in earth; note specially that Paul says, there IE no proof of inspiration unless sina bo rebuked and men be instructed in lighteounnesf; the minister of the church that stands in tiio prt-bt'tico of great social evils and 1; avea them nnrebuked, percorts its cninrnission; any idea of God or of truth which cl.uins to ha inspired and doi'.-i lint rebuke sin or feiid to right eousneas. denies, Paul's idea of inspira- tion; if inspiration bo applied for prolit, iifi Paul directs, the iuorr.1 souao of the church will grow finer and more uigciimiuuting and thu evils of society be more and more redressed. Pifsby teriiin D E. Hit ice Patriotic Memories. The state him just perlormed its patiiouu and loving duty brave diitVndera or'" its libcrtiuB in dicoiatiiitr the honored graves of r.hoet- who ii-li iu the war of tho Rebellion; and now let the church speak out itr- praitits and utter its thanksgiving to GDI) ihii' we hrtvr n conotry worth.v tui'riii-ti. and lujf hunevi'.i1 (lanjrern h.'.xV (iiuit. t.i in-v tioiu iii wilhiii hi-i owfi i-.iiivfciis. ht-i s-niri ever shown i to to hrr an.] bi-it rt (i that gov-. riiini nt u not a th inertly, but itio nf ciiial? nf the miii'-i.i dt n j- 1 ou- t: v .t- i at- i by the ripple __ lin'. ail J.-H-, i i J Ml' I- ll.l- IIICI1 til.ill "A t.'lT.I I I .Vi'SrlliUn H 11 to lii'O in guvi oen inundated with messages of sym- pathy and offers of assistance from ouisville, Knoxyille and many other owns in Kentucky, Tennessee, Vir- ginia and from hundreds of private in- lividnals all over the country. Mid- llesborongh is grateful, but complete arrangements have been made by a own company and the town council o provide for all sufferers and assist he Jossers to make their losses good. 'revisions have been received in ibnndance. Rebuilding will com- mence at dawn tomorrow. Kenny for "Biz." WASHINGTON, June P. 3orter, superintendent of the census mreau received telegrams from about one hundred supervisors stating that hey were thoroughly prepared to inter upon the work of taking the census tomorrow morning, that evory- hing was in readiness to push the work 'orward with accuracy and rapidity. TAPS. ANNAPOLIS, June 1. Tho members ot the board of visitors of the naval academy here are Rear Admiral "Cimberly and Congressman, Boutelle, Wallace, Mnrdock and Walcott. SAN FRANCISCO, June 1. The bil- iard contest between Schaffer and Mc- Slroy closed night. Schaeftr cored another run of points, which made a continuance run of lor three nights. SOFIA, June Tho northern part of ho city hns been wrecked by n hnni- ;ane. Tho loss will be considerable TiiH loss of life and serionely injured vill amount to eleven. NEW YORK, June The seven por- ous were bitten hy a mad dog recently in St. Joseph, 111., arrived lere from that city today and were aken at onceltothnNew York Pasteaar nstitute at 178 West Tenth street, vhernthey received prompt attention rom Dr. Paul Gieher, the tiseciulist in CINCINNATI. June This afternoon Carpenters' union held a mass nesting yfjd tostrke iti a hotly oiuiiiiow it tlie bobats did not agree 0 hunts tor u daya work. LONDON, June A letter from the iittcu in ri'ply rolhe one from qu cxhiiiLst- cd? Ah! 1 trust nias, anil tin- foi: thu and tin.1 liii.s-iiin to kill the jMjoplo fast Ik'siui' lliat, win n I too full God will blow tbr ivholu fonrern and start another a b.'tu-r one. Be- side that, war Kills tin- people who can least be It Cikf-, the of tba mitionri. Tiio.i.' whcu.i wt> could misily spare to go to tin: frmir. :-ri- in tbo pi-niteo- tiary, and their di-'if.t I'.et.un them in that limited spln-iv. N.J-. it in t pulilii; spirit- ed and the valnroiis go out to tlie. Mostly they men. li they aged, had only liv'i- or ten ye.-i.r-) at the most to live, I In; sn.-Tilice would not be BO grunt. I'.ul it in who havt; fo.Ttjf or fifty years to live who step into the jaws of battle. In our war Col. Ellsworth fell while yot a mere lad. Koaowne.d AfoPhcr- sou was only 35. Huynolds was only Hundred.s of (hoiisands fell between twenty thirty years of age. I looked into tho faces of the French and GeniKin troops as out to al Sedan, and they wvie for the most part 'innies of splendid boys. So in all ages war has preferred to tbo young. Alexander tin: Groat died ut When war slnys the young only takes dowh that whit.-li t bey arc, but that which they might him; been. 'I'lIK TiME COMING. So we are :it. tlia THniuhic proph'jcy, that the time coming nation shall not lift up sword nation. 'joth swords Khali go into tlie MWOP! in heaven and the Bword bathed in hell In a war in Spain it soldier went on .'nkii iinihing and, Kccludcil in bii.ih, In: bad the oppor- tunity of shooting :i of the other army who bad strolled away from Wo tout; Bo took aim and dropped Running up to the fftllou man he took bis knapsack for flpoJJ, and a I otter dropped out of it, ftOjl it turned out to bo a letter signed by hts own fathar; in other words, he had shot his brother. If the brotherhood of man bo a true doctrine, ho who shoots an- other man always shoots his own brother. What a horror Js war and its cruelties were well illustrated when the Tartars, after swooping through Russia and Poland, dis- played with pride nine great "sacks filled with the right ears of the fallen, and when a correspondent of The Iiontlou Times, writing of the woundr-d after the battlo of Sedan, naid: "Kvery moan that tho h rim an voice can utter VOHC from that heap of agony, and the cries of 'Water! For the love of God, water! A doctor! A doctorl' never ceased." After war hns wrought ouch how glad we will be. to have the Old Mon- ster himself die. Lot his living couch be spread in nomc dismantled fortress, through which tho stormy winds howl. Giwhim for a pillow a battered nhield. and let his bed be hard with the rusted bayonets of the slain. Covorhim with the coarsest blanket that picket ever v.-ore, and let his only cup be the bleached bone of ono of his war and tho last taper by his bedside expire na the midnight blast into his ear: "The candle of the wicked hhall be put out.'' To-night against this Hky of the glorious future I KP.O a .1 foundry in full blast. wr.rkmeii have stirred tho fivt.-i until tlit: r.rr; seven heated. Tlie of tho world's BwCtds ha1; bc-B.-i h-niei) iul tin: foundry, and they arw iuH) furnaec, and they begin to re.i'i.: n and melt, and iu hissing li.'iuid they roll on dywn of rock until they fall mold like the iron foot of u 'j'-itn tho liquid coola off inttj a hard ir.ctitl, mill, brought out on an anvil, it is beaten and pounded and fash- ioned, stroke after stroke, until that which was a weapon to reap harvests men bo- comes an implement turning the noil for harvests of corn, th-'v.vord h.ivinrr become the plowshare. Oi'Jieyra and comrades of the Thirteenth regiment of state militia: After another year of pleasant I hail you with a salutation ali made up of good wishes and prayers. Honored with resi- dence in tho hcHtcityof tho best land under tbo sun, let us dedicate ourselves anew to God and country and home.' In thc.Englith, conflict called "The War of the white rose was the badge of the house of; York, find the red rose tho- badge of the house of Lancaster, and with these two. colors they opposed cash other in battle. To enlist you in tho Holy War for all that ia good against all that IH wrong, 1 pin over your heart two badges, the one suggestive of the blood shed fur oar redumption, and the other symbolic of soul made white and Rose of Sharon and tht Lily of- tho Valleyr Be these hencefortlt our regimental and Liljc and Rose! ;