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   Steubenville Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1874, Steubenville, Ohio                               rRNITURE D.UCED PRICES, >B HUFFMAN, >Iarlcct St., Steubenvilie. store a. large and extensive stock of ibrarj, Chamber, Dining. Hall and Office Furni- IVIattresses and Look- in x Olasscs. NDERTAK1NG. Uention paid to undertakine. A Fin. i style, furiiished free of charge. LI, I AM FOSTER, >E RT AK E R. fans, shrouds, aad Undertaking Goods Jy on and supplied OB abort no- l attention given when it Preservers furnished whei h--arHfc in the city. 3. J07 .-outn Fourth rtreet, stairs) 'W ImildiflK. CO., Market Street. na-znt'r on band a larjre stcch of TVii- anti Casesand rigs, Ka'uits, rfhroudi, Ac. fcpe- li Fourth St., Steuhenvillc. 1 ami 3Ietallie Caskets, xxl ami Metallic JBnrial on If ami. to promptly and on reasonable Styled hearse. Cabinet vork raaa- PaTcirajji1 rpipectfuMv soHHrpd. SALE. for Sale. >r if of Wallace, I h' !i tlir-t- houspt' am! on a-.it :ivt> )..ts. f. t-t fn-.t on Market Ij.tfk to f.n ihc ol'l site of the y. r'ur term" urn] prices application oan M. lacp, who will show the IT] 1IJ V U'lSv'tlCt' 'U t foi (JKO "W. M'O >OK, of IZxtate for Sale. 1 tor otip aorts the of t. rt f Is. south f, oiiio. 'i lie l.-ind is :n (unduion UHtcil '.Viu Mjld in of U'u acres or J. for inquire of r> A X T I, PI >TT KR Stpu f-nvillo 'thin. JSAKERIES. and Confectioner. 7 Xorth Street, o. alter in the City. A A 1C SODA FOUNTAIN in Mr, Kioto's establishment, which a bever.ige invited to trj HoTt'J. >H BRIKKMAN, North Fourth Street, O., ?TICAL BAKER, ri -Nn: .n.-J N A: rivUiTS T- i i Of ti Mr-is. !j i.; to .'.-..i i i.i -j ajcrs nntj far jiijji .1 the city com- vi" 'i "il 1 'MI for it ct'tjoroiii i it I an in I'M HKiNK.M AN' CO., AIJELrHIA, A Troit Stable t Wsro EOUGHT AND RAILINGS, for TliOU- u rt- Halls. i Work. stating XCURSION I i '1 H TI EXPOSITION. ry at :J >l. --TH: T 1. AIX Clerk. Tickets, an-1 !v'3ging whil- in porr. UBENYILLE DAILY HERJJJ) ESTABLISHED, 1847. STEUBENTILLE, OHIO, WED5EESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1874. v 4, r BY TELEGRAPH. in advun as a a be CITY or MJEXICO, September 15, via HAVANA, September 22 resigna- 1 tion oi Gen. Beranidea, Minister to Ger- i many, in consequence of ill health, has ____ been accepted. T 0 T-TT The 31 iiuarv College Association cele- i LONDON, Sepcember ork na, brated its aaniversarv on the 8th inst., fteen resumed m me Bolton Mills, pend- commemorating the battles of Mo- iog arbitration. A settlement is hao Dei Ray and Chapultepec. The eu about tue iast of October 'President and CabJnet Ministers and [r altogether probable that the New Repiib'ican Convention ruinate Dix to-day. jii-ks a b-'rier choice. v, ill re- Thev A DEMOCRATIC victory this fall cotioidered au eii-iorseiiieut of all the 'j-Kluz: outrages of the last few thev have this endorsement and robbers cm our border are "waiting and watching" for the October breezes, to know whether their outrages are to be rebuked or en- couraged. THE Corkoniaus and the Fardowr.ers have been having one of their little rows lately in Jersey City. Where are the volunteers that turned out so bravely to put down, the rebellion in this neighbor- hood twenty years ago 1 THE Mennonite emigration has ceased, the Russian government having conced- ed so much to their religious nrciadices A. as to allow them when called into mili- t try service to act as hospital stewards and perform other similar semi-military operations. "THAT involuntary hurrah of the regular troops guarding the New Orleans Cu-iom is, to say the least, suggestive Jiepitblican. But not nearly so suggestive as is the fjct that the telegraphic statement that did so was wholly THERE is a manly style of solicitation, a certain modest assurance about a well- wr'Lten. and honest a naturally attracts. It is this very need of a fraLk, off-hand integrity in the making of advertisements that creates the opinion among advertisers that a man should write his own advertise- ments. He is the only one who really knows what he wants to do and to ir'he undertakes to do it simply and fair- ly ho is apt to succeed. A VERY able article in the current r umber of the International Review, on negroes in the South, notes a steady rapidly increasing emigration of the on lured people toward the Southwest. Tlit'j' p-juriiig iut> Texas, it says, rod face their promised Lino, lau I that Nature has lor their and pe- eVi-ariiles. It is possibly in the cards iliac Mexico should be the final oi the rf-at roblem. Tuc N jrthern heart is not to bu fired, but the N'Tthern conscience aroused. Tiie lemjiicy which hvi eucouragrd the f-ierueiit of the South to these O h; n'j'breaks not be stretched t.it-) Tne fa.ct rau-t be enforced that the of u very citizen of the Uiiiccd Srates be respected on ev- inch of it? s'nl. After this is done i1. will be ample licue l'> tuin our atten- ti'vj to the reformation of the so-called of Rcuublicaa officials that Tm: liepubiican candidate for Gov. H-r cf South Carolina, H HI. D. EL id a graduate of Harvard, aad honest, and a Radical Ile- ij'iov.i. lie was elected Attorney -'itne sd'x or more yours ago, and fur three ia the man-lire meut of The Co-operative B ;ard has resolved to invite Wendell Phillips to the annual Co-operative Congress in London. Tiie Murk Lane Express sav? '-The V nne of the past j and the soldiers week was for potatoes, though rain u-ouid have been acceptable for other With regard to wheat, tie Espress .-ays, autumnal savings are cer- tain of favorable commencement. We estimate that Hungary has a million to spare. Prices in Gei'raany, Russia and France have declined heavily. DOST CAELO3 AS HEIK LONDON, September 22, A. >r. A dispatch from Carlist sources denies the truth of the report that Don Carlos has been recognized by branches of the Bourbon family as heir presumptive to the throne of France. The Empress of Russia is expected to arrive in England October 15th, on a visit to her daughter, the Duchess of Edinburcr. other distinguished persons participated in the proceedings. The Apache Indians have lately eorn- frcqaent ravages on the northern are in pursuit of checs. Minister of War Zuejia received a tele- gram the Lieu tenon t in command of the troops at Des Arroyos, in the State of Guerrero, saying that twenty soldiers had revolted, and with a civil judge at their head, had attacked him, but were repulsed and dispersed with a loss of sij: killed, two wounded and one prisoner. The Lieutenant lost two killed and six wounded. Mr. Mejia ai-o received a telegram from Governor of Guerrero stating that the Federal forces had committed sever- al assassinations to-day at Des Arroyos, two commissioners being among the vic- tims. Mr. Mejia ordered the comman- der at Chitpaucingo to proceed with all the disposable force to Des Arroyos. J-.HAIX. PARIS, September 22. The elections to fill vacancies in the National Assem- bly have been ordered for October 18th. The excitement over the approaching elections for Council General ia Corsica, causes much disorder and the authorities have been obliged to intervene to pre- vent collisions between the supporters of Prince ISTapoleon and M. Pietrie, in op- position to the Bonapartiat candidate. TEUEOiAPH SUMMARY. Big Frank, the rioted bank robber, has again escaped from jail at Wilming- ton, Del. Advices from Fall iliver report that it has been almost to run the cotton inilis on shcrt time, some reduc- ing it to one-half and others to one- third. A. C. K. lioss has commenced a libel suit against tbe proprietors of the Read- ing Eagle for an alleged defamatory article published in that paper on the 15th inst. A warrant for the arrest of the parties was issued yesterday. Monday night Henry Herstmeyer, a gurdner living near Lockland, O., found two men robbing his fruit orchard, and shot and instantly killed John Williams, one of He says he did not lire at either of the men, but meant only to frighten them. Judge A. A. Atocha, of the New Orleans Superior Criminal Court, Mon- day tendered his resignation to Governor Kellogg. INo reason assigned. Any action by the State authorities against the leaders uf the recent revolution would be brouht befurs 1-3 Couit. Au Havana letter state? that an at- tempt was raa'le a few nights since to shoos Captain. Gf-nerai Concha, while at his summer residence. His volunteer The same letter guard is suspected. also states that General Garcia was cap- tured bv of the Spanish officers while a oufereuee with another for thu ailja-tiot-nt of some dis- puted W. B. Jones, United States Commis- sioner at Demopolis, county, Alabama, and Republican candidate for Probate Judge, writes that not a man has been killed nor a single outrage committed in that county on account of the political feeling, and free speech and Republican opinions can be indulged ia anywhere. The best feeling prevails be- t-.vecn the Democrats. colored Republicans and tue thu t'ui: po; i share _ of the State and no profit in liberally denouncing t.iem e.i .is Weil now. Three years Li t--.-r.iyui_r bet" re a of Congrt-as, h--; irluiiited aud a'l the evl.s of the State administration, and it is rec ird taut lie had the c--utide-.-ce of the e "j of taxpayers oi South at ihe tirae. Prumineiit mem- bers of chc party, iaciuding t x-ivl Eunice Hovreil. a maiden lady of 70 years of age, living alone in a cottage near ia Orange coun- tv, New Vork, Vrii? i'-mtid a Monday in a dyincj coii'iition from a wound in the head and died Tuesday morning. It is thought that the wound was inflicted last Ffiduy. Sbe had not been seen since that time until discovered Tuesday. gola watca. and a large sum uf money known to have been in her hou-e are missing. The French newspaper published at St.. Petersburg, has advices confirming the report of Bismarck's overtures to Christian, of Denmark, looking to of tr-at. country into the Gvnuan Confederation. The cor- say that Russia is greatly irritate-' at the attemDt. and will never the XJEtV PUBLICATIONS. The Gazetteer of Railway Stations, published by the National Railway Pub- lication Company, No. 233 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa., is a volume of four hundred and forty pages, and con- tains much valuable information, inclu- ding a "List of Railroads in the United States and the Dominion of Canada, with the names of the Express Compa- nies delivering and receiving on also showing gauges of the several roads, and a '-List of Old and New- Names of naming over six hun- dred titles by which certain roads were formerly known, with heir proper de- signation at the present time. Form- ing the main body of the book is a list of all the "Railway Stations in the Uni- ted States and the Dominion of giving their location as to County and State, and line of railway, and designa- ting such as have post, money order, express, and telegraph offices attached to them, besides an Express Directory" of Wells, Fargo Co., showing how to ship to all points on the Pacific Coast, and several tables of river distances, towns, with the same detailed in- formation that is given in the list of rail- way towns. The cheapness of the book, only in paper, and ia cloth, sent, postage paid on receipt of pi ice, places it within the reach of every one. The "Song Monarch" is the title of a new work published by Oiiver Ditsou Co., 277 Washington street, Boston. It is a collection of Secular and Sacred Music for Singing Classes.Day Schools, Conven- tions, Academies, an5 be- sides containing much that is new, also has much that ia valuable. of Did you ever sit down calmly and re- flect over the cost your constitution of each day's life? We know that most of you have done this in dollars and cents, but it is not that we mean. What we mean is the phvsical cost to the con stitution, when it gives out like an over- worked field when soreness and numb- ness, and aches and debility pervade every organ and unstring every nerve. This is a general decay, and it is then that the system feeds on itself it is then that each function falters in its duty, and then comes on a general This is chronic disease. If there is cough and difficulty ia breathing, and streaks of blood in the expectoration, it is the beginning of consumption if there is side ache and pains in the top of the siiouliitjr.s and nurabneas of the limbs, it is the liver if there is want of appetite and perhaps sickness and vomit- ing or belching of food, it may be dys- pepsia. Do not let this state of health go on DR. KEYSER'S LUNG CURE and Dr. Keysei'd treatment will cure you. It will rill your arterifs and veins with nevr blood and new lite, unless perad- venture you have allowed it to go on until the very fountains of life have been drained, and the lees alone are left, like stagnant water in the bottom of the well even then it may not be too late. Price of CUSE, SI. 50 per bottle, or per half dozen. A book free by mail, by addressing Dr. Keyser, at his oiace, 167 Liberty street, Pitts- burgh, Pa. JL LI ftative wine, for medicinal pur- p-o-es onjv, gt Smith Morrison's. geaerais. asserted their beliet in j Perm it Germany to hoM the key of the sea. >omo that the as well their knowledge j oppO5itivU of Russia'tu the German pol- o. !ii- ouiiure aud ability. Since then j icy ]Q Spain is due to this cause. he has been out of office and ia I'pposi- TKAUI'. r Jintl Shoe We would call the attention of our readers to the bout and shoe establish- ment of Mr. George Traut at No. 218 A riot occurred among the laborers at North Fifth street, between Washing- ti.tu to aud what Jiuie retorui Ds'aware, Luckawanna and Western i ton and North, which has lately been been in South Car- Railroad tunnel yesterday afternoon in refitted ami enlarged, and has now facil- tliac party overthrowing election people  hn Scukes, of Pennsylvania Deputy Grand Sire, James L. Ridgely, "t Baltimore Grand Secretary, Joshua Mavor of Baltimore. Jersey City. It comiuenced by a ities for work that have no superior in hy a tigiit between a Curkoniau aud a j this or any other city. Purchasers will Fardowuer, which was taken up by the j find that all their" orders will receive friends of the twj Auctions, until more j prompt attpnti-m from 3Ir. Traut, and tbau Gitv men were enraged. sn-I stones ihat all wrk fill descriptions will be au'i clubs were freely used. A number j yf the latest style, subcUiutiai aud war- of men were injured, iv. The riot poh rested. nd but none serious- j ranted aiticle. was quelled bv a squad i L V. ater Coolers, Japauuea aoiiot ware, many or tue rioters ar- .y_ T r u 'l. Fer- road due caiue in collision with that bad gone on the sw ttch %sas It- ft open train hnd passed oil i the pas--eiijer trai flower pots and baskets at J. OQ the Belvidere nod Delaware Rail- guson's Caina store three miles below Phillipsburg, N. afternoon, the down train, iiue iu Trenton at r. il., a freight train side track. The r.uer the freight p track, aad he side KUiiMg one and wounding sis or -'-r- of Harrisbarg, tti-ea :n.-l the express messenger, n also ran mail Pont ;r were slightly To advertise s ice. honestly is to advertise Lfedieinps furnished at all hours at 1 For a good Umbrella, go to i Atkins-ja's. EJVER river is on a stand with about twenty inches of water in the channel, the late rains having caused a swell of five inches, not enough to do any good in the way oi navigation. The wharf boat is undergoing repairs, of which more hereafter.' A special dispatch from Pittsburgh to the Cincinnati Commercial contains the following items of interests "The soundings made by the pilots on the steamer LilJy demonstrate beyond a doubt there are fully sbc inches more water in the channel than the marks here indicate. "There is said to be considerable ac- tivity among the friends of the Trans- AUegheny Canal project; also, that the Youghiogbeny Navigation Company have determined te go and slack the river as far os their naewas TV ill allow. This is a big tbiag, the appear determined to it through." MofTatt's needles, the liesfc in the mar ket, at the Glove faetnryi All varieties of standard brands of table cutlery at J. M. Ferguson's. i Smith Morrison's prescription store No. 205 Morris's Block, North Fourth street. Neck-wear in great variety at 504i Market strept. Secretary Bristow gone to Ken- tucky, to be absent several days, and Secretary Robeson has gone to Long Branch. i is The Ohio Cream Bakmg Powder the best and cheapest infuse. Try it. At Smith Morrison's. MONEY SAVEI> is MONEY We would call the attention of our read- ers to the new stock of ready made cloth- ing just opened in the of Mr. D. Frank. Mr. Frank has purchas- ed largely for cash, thus receiving his goods at reduced rates, and will be able to supply his old customers and all others with a very superior article of wear, and at a low price. Give Mr. Frank a call, and you will be satisfied. The third fall meeting of the Pitts- burgh Driving Park commences Tues- day, October 6, and continues four days. Headquarters for Fruit Jars and Jelly Tumblers in large or small quantities at J. M. Ferguson's china store. The Copenhagen Post positively de- nies that Danes have been ejected from Schleswig Holstein. The American delegates to the Inter- national Postal Congress at Berne have arrived. The best five cent cigars iu the city, at Smith Pure Strawberry Wine, for invalids, for sale fcy Carnahan. of the finest imported to Just received, some Oolong (black) Tea ever this country. It will please the most fastidious epicure. Try it, at Hinds', 203 North Fourth street. The many thousands who are con- stantly using Dooley's Yeast Powder all speak in unbounded praiss of its relia- bility, strength, and merits in producing good bread, biscuits, UBE OF healthy ac a8 they are in restoring a Sc IE.NCK'S PVLMO-IC STRUT, FOP. TFIF COCGHS AND The virtue oi thi-s medtrmuis thai ripens thp matt-rand it out of ihe system. ourUes the blood, an.1 thus Berts a cure. bciiB-NCK's SEA. WEED TONIC FOS. IKK CURE OF DYSPEPSIA, INDIGKSTION, A-v. The Tome produces a healthy  h-. --es i> liver, o'ten a cause of Comuiupuon, Tb-1 W" eu Toni1 gives tone ana streiigra to the 5'ooiach, makes a gu >d and thp to form good blood; and thus reatea heilmy wreulatioa of health y blood. The L-ijinhined action oi tut-ft-j as thu? explained, wtjl fine ewe of sumption, if taken m time, aad the use oi the e ed in. iir. Schenclc is p-ofessionally at his nnn -inal office, corner SIXTH A_SD AKCUC OTS.. Lia, eveiy Mond.r.-, where all f T clvn c mast DP ad- ScueQck'a raediomes iur aiic by all Drug- JjlStS 18747 chiiminc; any of the following letters pleaae say they are advertised in Mrs Katio Bellz, A M Dark, John J Cox, Miss B I'uahani, M X Fieteher, J L Vorbes.J y Crfover, ireorgp Hf.opri, Joseph Johnson, JQO a Lewis, Hugh Williamson, Ucyd, j. J Annie _, O Thomas 1-Mf-. H.5- H A C me? Siuv nt. May To'fsc John H Joun JA8. M. lib. ED, P. M. CONNECTICUT MUTUAL Life Insuiance t OF HLABTFOKO. Assets, Surplus, Per Ct. tion Standard.! 4.S18.4O3 Dividend (for JJS.COB t. G'HKKNE, JOHX M. TAYLOR. secretary. Assistant A. J L. GHT7BB. IMPORTANT! I will remove to the New Bank Building of Salmon Mooney, Cor. of Fourth and Market Streets, occupying the second room, and will open up on or about the 15th of September with a complete stock of New tlie latest novelties in FANCY GOODS TRIMMINGS AND MILLINERY And in order to reduce my stock as low as possible Before going Hast will continue to offer J. JLi. J. A. WALKER. Closing out Sale of Summer Stock For the next Thirty 1 trill offer Splendid in all kinds of Dress Goods, SIlIss. House IFurnishisig Gent Furnishing Goods, Hosiery and Gloves. If you wish to save money call and examine OUT stock, and satisfy yourself before buying. A few Counterpanes to close out at O No. 410 Marhet Street, Stevbeneilfe, Ohio. MC FEET "WANTED FOJl TILT! I3I3LE3rSE STOCK OF Aeine Fiir.t Glass V Dissolu ion of Co-partnership, SALE AT THE rpHF partnership hererofore existing un'ier the fir-n 1 muieuf RaHdick. o is Ttii? day bv mutual eoisent. All havieg p-jper claims j iirai will present at for par- KEDDIOii, McK-riE dc Co. taber 13, STOFFIC roasts! oid ijroverntaent Java CoiiVe, the genuine, guaranreud. makes a delleijus. Cup of the Beverage. Get it at Hinds', 203 .Morris' Block, Isorth 4th street. _____ FOK large Cylinder Boil- er, o.ud one small Flue Boiler also, uvo small Eagines. Enquire of P. B. Conn. of the '-Arrne F'.irst Gla's Wor'ss" will o r DT the uadersisned en partnership. V, TrlLL, MiTCH'-LLA m. Q. C. D. S. GRAND EXPOSITION Theories of business, alike with theories of government, change ivith tlie demands of the Jiour. Save and earn the pence Or? purchasing your ill VOL. 2S.-NO Important for Invalids Electro-Thermal and Medicated Bathing Institute. W. E. ZINS, Proprietor. IVo- T'-JA Forurtli. St. o Ano-eli'i Rheumatic Gun is warranted to cure neuralgia or rheumatism every time. For sale by Smith Morrison onlv. Choice HavanaCi3-at5 sold for 10 cents Tbe Broadway Style Silk Hat just re- by Carnahaa. ceived at Vierlina Atkinson's. VT-itoro to the Espojition shou d not fa'l to Tislt the OOEEH CITY DOLUB 7S SO Fonolain Square, CINCINNATI, Wliicii this year, as lass, -will prove a of the ORE A TEST ATTRACTIONS. tewzrt Having recently purchased the interests of Doctors J. C. Mairs and J. B. McCulIough in the Elec- tro-Thermal am prepared, through the aid of the best medi- cal skill in the whom consultations may be had free of cure the most obsti- nate diseases "human flesh is heir through the potency of three of the most powerful remedial agencies in nature: Heat, Water and acknowledg- ed and undisputed sources of both vegetable and animal life. For, it has become long since an estab- lished principle of medical science that without heat and water there is no living action, and without electricity no life which, in their joint application and action have done so much to restore the af- flicted to health, enlist the gener- ous approbation of an approving- public and excite at the same all successful pro- gress medicum, the hostility of rival or contending physicians, who hold to and prac- tice upon a different theory. Let Electro-Thermal and Medical Bathing as a healL.g agent be judged by its cures. The Electro-Thermal Bath, Invented by the late Dr. James Young, of Cleveland, Ohio, and improved by the Electrician of the Atlantic Cable Company, Mr. Varley, of London, is claimed to be far superior to any other yet invented as to the facility in changing and directing the cur- rents, and is one of the most effi- cacious remedies in use. Its power in removing colds, arresting local congestions, equalizing the circulation, tranquilizing the ner- vous system, and giving relief to the over-wrought brain, is unsur- passed by any other remedy, and to give its merits would occupy a volume; therefore we will enu- merate but a few of the prominent diseases, to-wit: Nervous Disease. Palsy, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Disease of the Throat, Heart and Lungs, Galarrh a spe- cialty, Diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, Dyspepsia, General De- of the eye and car. Disease of Children, Spinal Dis- ease. In Female Diseases it has no equal. Cancerous T'imors, and Tumors of all kinds arc test- ed by it, with unparalleled suc- cess. The Bath department comprises a number of other Baths---The Electrical Iron Bath, the Medica- ted Vapor Bath, and Sulphur and Mercurial Fumigating Bath, which have equal in impreg- nating the system with medicine for a host of diseases, which can be reached in no other way; for example, eruptive diseases of the skin, scrofulous diseases, enlarged glands, stiff joint, and is the only sure remedy in all forms of Syph- ilis and diseases of the .skin and blood from any whatever. The medicinal and electrical means are elaborate and com- plete. Physicians and others are always welcome to an examina- tion of the apparatus, No secret remedies are used. No one remedy is used to the exclu- sion of The system of practice is to meet the exigency of the case with the most appro- priate remedy which science and experience have furnished for the relief and comfort of the suffering invalid. In the Bath department there will be intelligent and efficient assistants for the treatment of both, sexes. Boarding for patients from a distance furnished near oi. hand at reasonable rates. All letters of inquiry will be promptly answered by enclosing a return stamp- Where patients are una- ble to visit the institution, by sending a full description of their case medicine can be sent by mail or express to all parts of the country. The Medical depart- ment will bo furnished with the best counsellors, so that patients can have the full benefit of medi- cal advice free of charge. Address Electro-Thermal and Medicated Bathing Institute, STSTTB2 WILLS. OHIO,   

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