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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - March 8, 1877, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge news. Published every thursday a at Cambridge Guernsey county Ohio. L. G. Haines proprietor. Terms of subscription. Pot one year of paid within the year.$2 Oolf not paid until after the year expires. X so no paper discontinued until All the arrearage Ere paid except at the option of the publisher. A Vert Large circulation. Cambridge news. Vol. . 39. Cambridge Ohio thursday March 8, 1877. $2.00 per annul. The Cambridge news. Advertising rates. A pack. One Quarter column. One third column. Jne half column. One column. 8 in. 0 in. I year $12 no 17 so 20 of 40 of $18 75 $00 of 25 Joi 40 of St 501 so of 60 00 too of business cards. A. Coops. In. Nam uni. Ors. Cooper a Jefferson dentists Cambridge Ohio. A of Ca on West Market Street Over Shaffner a Beymer a stare. Teeth extracted without pain by the aaa of nitrous oxide or laughing . Mar 75-tf l. La. Willow. I. A. Burson. Wilson a Burson dentists office in theime a Block Over the Guernsey National Bank cafe Quot Ohio j. C. Ferbrache livery and Sale stable in the rear of times building. A patronage solicited. Accommodation Good oct Cambridge Orio. Morton House formerly Starr hotel Joseph Morton a a a a proprietor West Side Public Square Cambridge Ohio. New pleasant and convenient. Set 89-78 Lambert Thomas. B. Harper Jeffri. Lambert Thomas a co., Prince ail Wool commission herlits 189 North water Street and 146 Delaware wharf Philadelphia a june 15-7 in jew factory. William a. Carr. Fine Boot and shoe maker Cambridge. Ohio. Of shop in Rainey a building on Mill St making and repairing sewed work a specially iy2a-tf j. Woodford livery feed and Sale stable on Pine Street North of main. Persons arriving on the ears or any others takes to All Points of Guernsey county on the shortest notice. Apxt-�?T75-tf j. I. Taylor. T. H. Anderson Taylor t Anderson attorneys at Law feb2h 7fl offices adjoining the Taylor Block. We. M. Lens attorney at la a and notary Public. Will practice in Guernsey end adjoining Coon tie. Collections promptly attended to. Post office address Cambridge Ohio. June 15-74___ t. O. Marin Carpenter and Joiner Cumberland Ohio. A Persona wishing work in this Lins will be promptly accommodated by calling on or addressing the above named. June 15-74 d. K. Kyles Marble and Granite works Cambridge Ohio. Keeps on hand a Tine lot of the celebrated red my Gray scotch Granite monuments at the lowest prices. Italian and american Marble Monument of the Best style and Quality. Marble and hate Mantic. Myl3-75-tf at Mackey Sart Callery Cambridge a specially la made of find photographs. Also copying and enlarging old pictures and finishing them in India Ink water and Oil color oct 2y-74 we. Ogler Boot a shoe maker. In the Davis Block opposite the Public Square Cambridge Ohio. He is prepared to do All kinds of work on Hort notice and on reasonable terms. Give him nov. 30. 1876 of Call. Mrs. Sarah Jane Moss la prepared to clean and co lob clothing for ladies and gentlemen braid hair my Kaka i witches to order. Combines straightened. Jsnl�?T78 Cambridge o. News of the week. A congressional the Senate resumed its session in the 28th and a communication was read conveying the decision of the electoral commission in the South Carolina Case. At 12 10 the senators marched to the House and on their return a Resolution was adopted after two hours discussion to 20�? that the decision of the commission upon the electoral vote of South Carolina stand As the judgment of the Senate objections to the contrary notwithstanding and the House was so notified. Upon the return of the Senate to consider the objections to the certificate of Vermont a Resolution that the vote of Sollace be counted was unanimously agreed to. Recess. In the House the sundry civil appropriation Bill was passed. The report of the joint committee on chinese immigration was submitted end ordered printed. The joint session to count the electoral votes was resumed and on the retirement of the Senate a motion was made to take a recess in til the following Day. Rejected to 170. Another motion for a recess was made which the speaker refused to entertain. An Appeal from his decision was made and the Appeal on motion was Laid on the table�?184 to 61. The decision of the commission was read by the clerk and when it was concluded the Reading of the testimony was called for. Wood n. A said the Reading would occupy five Days and thus defeat the election altogether. The house�?87 to 177�?decided that the testimony should not be read. The following is the affirmative vote Atkins Begiev j. Ii n. Beebe Blackburn Bliss Boone Bradford Bright Caldwell Ala. A Caldwell , Campbell Cate. Caulfield Clark-., , Clarke to Clymer Cochrane Colling Cook Cowan Cox Culbertson. Davis Debolt Dibrell Douglass Finley. Forney Franklin Fuller. Glover Hamilton , Harris Harris Hartzel Henkel Hurd. Hooker. Humphreys Jones Tkv Knott. Landers ind. Love. Levy Luttrell Lynde. Mckey Marsh. Mcmahon Mills Morrison Mutchler o Brien Odell. Phillips to Poppleton Rice Riddle. Robbins n. A. Roberts Ross n. Scales. Shumaker. Sheakley or. C. T. Sweet dentist Cumberland Ohio. A St Teeth extracted without pain by the us of harmless dec. 28, 1876-tf _ a a thing of Beauty is a Joy forever. Art Callery. Day amp Scott photograph lists Quaker City Ohio. Photographs in every Bixa and style Rad la the perfection of , june 19-74 Kirk House formerly Grant House Corner of Market and fourth streets. W. A. S. M. Kirk proprietors. June 15-74_zanesville, Ohio. John i. Dollison proprietor of the be a Oiler Bouse Cor. Broadway and South streets Quaker City Ohio. This is one of the Best arranged houses in Eastern Ohio. Guests will receive every attention necessary to their Comfort. May4tf Fairview a Couar Fairview Ohio. F. Dubois proprietor. A this House is neatly fitted a and Kent in it Dern style. Good stabling. May 18-tf Mccollum a Mckinney Are prepared to attend to All the wanta of their customers in their line of Haking and repairing Wagon it All sizes and pattern. They also invite attention to the facilities Tor of and the other thousand and on things Waade at the blacksmiths h Mckinney mar2s-�?T75 of South and Miu Street Warner Whitthorne Wigginton Wike Williams j. N. Ala. A Resolution that the decision of the electoral commission on the votes of South Carolina be not sustained by the House was adopted after two hours discussion. Upon the retirement of the Senate to consider the objections to Vermont the House took a recess until the 1st. Nothing was done in the Senate on the 1st until at 10 50 p. In. A message we As received from the House announcing its action in the Vermont Case and the Senate at once repaired to the Hall of the House. Returning at la 30, the objections to the electoral vote of Downs of Wisconsin were read and a Resolution that the vote be counted was agreed to without debate. In the House after discussion a Call of the House was refused�?68 to 160�?Aud a motion to reconsider was Laid on the table�?174 to 65. A Resolution was offered by Caulfield 111. That the package delivered to the president of the Senate the preceding Day by or. Hewitt purporting to contain the electoral vote of Vermont net having been opened and read to the two houses the counting cannot proceed also requesting the Senate to meet the House in joint session so that the package might be opened and proceedings be had thereon according to Law. The journal of the previous Day was read and Springer 111. Moved a correction by inserting the report of the committee on the chinese question. Wood n. A moved a suspension of the rules and dispense with the Reading. Agreed to�?175 to 85. The Point of order was raised that nothing was competent for the House to do but consider the objection to Vermont and caused a Long and excited discussion. The Point of order was sustained and after a two hours discussion of the objections to the Vermont count Caulfield a Resolution was Defeated 116 to 148. Every resource known to parliamentary Law was exhausted by those members who desired to prevent the count from proceeding and it was not until the House had spent Over twelve hours in the struggle that a vote was reached on the main question. By a vote of 205 to 26 the House decided that sol Laeey a vote should not be counted most of the republicans voting a a year to bring the question to a close. When he Senate had retired to consider the objections to the Wisconsin elector a preamble and Resolution reciting that Tilden and Hendricks were duly elected president and vice president but on account of frauds had not a majority of All the electors appointed and As r. B. Hayes had not received a majority of legally elected electors declaring that the House will at once proceed to choose a president were offered As a substitute for the Resolution that the vote of Downs be not counted. At three a. In. Of the 2d the debate on the objections was concluded and the House after disposing of several dilatory motions decided that the vote of Downs should not be counted. The Senate was notified and the joint session resumed. When the senators retired the House adjourned. In the Senate on the 2d the credentials of senator elect Grover of Oregon were presented. Majority and minority reports of the Louisiana investigation committee were submitted and ordered printed. The presiding officer announced that he had appointed messes. Morrill Howe and Mccroery As a committee of arrangements for the inauguration of the president elect on the 5th of March. The reports of the conference committees on the deficiency and military Academy appropriation Bills were agreed to. The conference committees on the Post office and naval appropriation Bills reported that they were unable to agree and the Senate re solved to insist upon its amendments and appoint new committees. The credentials of m. C. Butler As senator elect from South Carolina signed by Wade Hampton and having the Seal of the state attached were presented and placed on file. The report of the Silver commission was presented and ordered printed. The sundry civil appropriation Bill was reported considered amended and passed. Adjourned. In the House the conference committees reports on the deficiency and military Academy appropriation Bills were agreed to. The army appropriation Bill was passed. The House resolved to insist upon its objections to the Senate amendments to the Post office appropriation Bill. A Bill removing All political disabilities imposed and remaining on any person under the fourteenth amendment was passed. All the Bills on the speakers table to which no objection was offered were passed and the House adjourned. In the Senate on the 3d, further consideration of the Bill to Aid in the resumption of specie payments was postponed until the first cd essay in december next. The Bill extending for two years the Southern claims commission was passed. The conference com. Met tees reports on the fortification naval t Post office sundry civil and legislative executive and judicial appropriation Bills were agreed to and the Bills were passed. The Bill granting a pension to the widow of Gen. Frank p. Blair was passed. The Bill to equalize the bounties of soldiers who served in the late War was indefinitely postponed 31 to 25. No agreement was reached on the army and Harbor and River appropriation Bills and they failed of passage. On the former the House insisted upon such restrictions upon the president in regard to the use of u. 8. Troops in Louisiana As would prevent him from installing and maintaining the Packard government. To this the Senate refused to accede. Mccreary by submitted a Resolution that the thanks of the Senate Are due to Thomas w. Ferry for the dignity impartiality and ability with which he has presided Over the Senate which was agreed to unanimously. At twelve of clock noon on the 4th the president pro tem. In a Short speech returned his thanks to the senators and pronounced the session of the forty fourth Congress adjourned sine die. In the House a Resolution directing the sergeant at arms to discharge All persons in his custody was adopted. A Bill making All pensions for death or for wounds Date Back to the time of the soldiers death or of his discharge from service and providing for the payment of All arrears of pensions on that basis was passed. The conference reports on the naval Post office and fortification appropriation Bills were agreed to and the Bills were passed. The select committee on privileges reported a Resolution declaring that Samuel j. Tilden received 196 electoral votes of electors legally and constitutionally appointed and was thereby duly elected president of the United states and that it is the opinion of the House that Thomas a. Hendricks having received a like number of votes for vice president was duly elected. Adopted by a strict party vote�?137 to 88. The House voted to recede from its amendment to the legislative executive and judicial appropriation Bill reducing the presidents salary to $25,000, and the Bill was passed. At 2 35 a. In. Of the 4th the House took a recess until eight of clock. Upon reassembling a Resolution returning thanks to speaker Randall was adopted unanimously the conference committee on the army appropriation Bill reported that they were unable to agree and a Long debate ensued. The House insisted upon its amendments and a new conference was ordered. The report of the conference committee on the sundry civil appropriation Bill was agreed to and the Bill was passed. At 11 45 a. In. The report of the last conference committee on the army appropriation Bill announcing their inability to agree was made and the yeas and nays demanded on a motion that the House insist on its amendments. The Roll Call was commenced at 11 50, and five minutes later when it was a physical impossibility to conclude it the speaker Rose and delivered his valedictory closing with the announcement that the constitutional limitation of the forty fourth Congress had been reached and the House stood adjourned without Day. Extra Section. Promptly at upon on the 5th the Secretary called the Senate to order. The chief clerk read the presidents proclamation convening the Senate in extra session and senator ferry of Michigan was elected president of the Senate pro tem. The Roll of newly elected senators was called and they were sworn in by fours. Bogy to objected to the oath being administered to Kellogg. A Resolution that the credentials of senators elect in disputed or contested states lie Over until to Morrow was adopted. Or. Kellogg was not sworn in. Spencer Ala objected to the oath being administered to Morgan Ala and Lamar miss and it was not administered. The credentials of Corbin and Butler of South Carolina were objected to and Laid Over. President pro tem. Ferry then presented or. Wheeler As the vice president of the United states and he delivered the following address senators of trial station Ever brings with it a corresponding duty and responsibility. Service in the analogous parliamentary spheres has taught How delicate and at times How diff cult and Complex Are the duties which the oath i am about to take will impose upon me As president of the Senate. It is my sincere purpose to lift myself entirely above the Clements of partisanship and to administer its rules in their True spirit with courteous firmness and by All Means in my Power to facilitate and expedite its deliberations. In doing this i shall need your Aid your generous forbearance and at times your lenient judgment upon All of which i know i May confidently rely when you shall be satisfied of the rectitude of my intentions. I Trust that the relation about to be established Between us May be mutually pleasant and productive of Good to the Best interests of on National Commonwealth. Or. President i am now read to take the oath of office. The oath having been administered the vice president announced that the Senate would proceed to the Center portico of the Capitol to witness the inauguration of the president and the senators formed in procession and left the chamber. Upon their return the vice president resumed the chair and a committee was appointed to wait upon the president and inform him that the Senate was ready to receive any communication he might be pleased to make. Adjourned. Washington. The acting Secretary of the Treasury on the 28th ult. Issued a Call for the redemption of $10, xxx too 5-20 Bonds of 1865, May and november As follows Coupon Bonds $500, no. 35,601 to 37,800, both inclusive $1,000, no. 79,001 to 89, xxx both inclusive. Registered bonds�?$50, no. 451 to 480, both inclusive $100, no. 5,951 to 6,250, both inclusive $500, no. 3,801 to 3,950, both inclusive $1,000, no. 14,301 to 14,800, both inclusive $5, xxx no. 5,351 to 5,831, both inclusive $10, xxx no. 9,851 to 10,083, both inclusive. The principal and interest Are to be paid at the Treasury on after the 2sth of May next and interest will cease on that Day. A Man named Littleton called at the Treasury department on the 28th ult., and asked for a lady employee named Stover and upon her appearance fired two shots at her neither of which took effect. He then 6hot himself inflicting a slight wound. He was arrested. The Man asserted that the woman was his wife. Gen. Garfield testified before the real estate Pool committee of the House on the 1st, in regard to his connection with the $5,000 alleged to have been paid him to secure his influence As chairman of the appropriation committee. He stated that at the request of Richard Parsons who said that he had been retained to prepare a Brief relative to the merits of certain pavements and had to go away and would lose his fee if he did not prepare it he prepared the Brief. Parsons agreed to Divide with witness any fee he might receive. Or. Garfield denounced As an infamous perjured any Man who said that he was influenced by any improper considerations. The u. S. Supreme court on the 1st decided in what is known As the a a Granger cases that a state has the Power of regulating the carrying of freights and passengers on All railroads within its limits. All the judges except Field concurred. The Public debt statement on the 1st showed a decrease of the debt during february of $2,070,429.06. Cash in the Traci surya Coin $90,263,771 currency $9,122,874 Coin certificates $52,146,700 special deposits of Legal tenders held for the redemption of certificates of Deposit $34,445,000. Outstanding Legal tenders $364,239,484. Col. W. T. Pelton testified on the 1st before the Senate committee on privileges and elections. He stated that no political telegrams were received at gov. Tilden a residence during the Campaign or were answered or sent from there gov. Tilden never knew of any cipher telegrams received from or sent to Oregon witness never sanctioned the furnishing of Money to Purchase an elector in Oregon nor did anyone else to his knowledge. At a caucus of democratic Momb Cra of the House of representatives on the ave High of the so an address to the country was adopted a protesting against the declaration that Hayes and Wheeler were duly elected criticising the action of the electoral commission and asserting that the right of Congress has been invaded that crime and fraud have received judicial Sanction and that Republican institutions have been imperilled. The president on the 3d nominated 0. C. Sniffen of Kentucky and j. A who Rte of Illinois paymasters with Tho rank of major and the1 were confirmed by the Senate. The president and mrs. Grant gave a state dinner at the White House on the evening of the 3d in Honor of president elect and mrs. Hayes. Hon. We. A. Wheeler the members of the Cabinet Gen. Sherman and several senators were present. The Louisiana returning Board were discharged from custody on the 4th. The assistant Secretary of the Treasury on the 8d issued a Call for the redemption of $10,, xxx �?$7,000,000 Coupon and $3,000,-000 registered�?5-20 Bonds of 1865, May and november As follows coupon�?$.500, no. 37,301 to 38,850 $1,000, no. 89,001 to 98,650. Registered�?$30, no. 481 to 490 $100, no. 6,251 to 6,350 $500, no. 3,951 to 3,960 $1,000, no. 14,801 to 15,050 $5,000, no. 5,832 to 6,767. All numbers Given inclusive. The principal and interest will be paid at the Treasury on and after june 3 next and interest will cease on that Day. Hon. Abram s. Hewitt on the 3d resigned his position As chairman of the democratic National committee and senator Barnum was appointed in his place. The Man who tired at mrs. Storer in the Treasury on the 28th ult. Proves to to a Michigan Farmer named Ditz who was a disappointed suitor for the lady a hand Ile was arraigned at the police court on the 3d, and after stating in answer to the Reading of the charge that it made no difference to him was committed for assault and Battery with intent to kill. The fast. Cornelius Vanderbilt a will was offered for probate at new York on the 27th ult., and protests were entered by counsel for mrs. Mary a. Labau Ethelinda v. Allen Maria Louise Clarke Catherine Lafitte and Cornelius j. Vanderbilt. Hearing was set Down for the 13th. The direct United states Cable company have Given notice of a reduction in their rates to Twenty five cents Gold per word. George Van Arsdell and Michael Murphy died at Montgomery n. Y., on the 1st from drinking whisky which they had Flavoured with aconite mistaking it. Fur Jamaica Ginger. Leonard Howard alias Edward Thomas a native of Hartford Conn., was hanged at Auburn n. Y., on the 2d for the murder of a convict named Sheffield in Auburn. West and South. Sex gov. Joseph Johnston of Virginia died on the 28th ult., aged ninety one years. John Mccall the murderer of John b. Hickok wild Bill in the Black Hills last August was executed at Yankton i. T. On the 1st, under the direction of the u. S. Marshal. Gov. Packard of Louisiana issued a proclamation on the 1st, convening the legislature in extra session for Twenty Days commencing from the expiration of the session on the 1st. The Republican legislature on the 1st adopted resolutions affirming that the Packard government has the esteem and Confidence of the republicans of Louisiana declaring that Packard received More votes than the Republican electors and if gov. Hayes is entitled to the electoral votes of Louisiana gov. Packard is the lawful executive thereof Aud is entitled to the recognition and support of the general government. Weldon who attempted to assassinate gov. Packard w As released on the 2d on bail of $5,000. In reply to gov. Packard who telegraphed on the 1st asking whether any changes w Ere contemplated in the orders heretofore Given to Gen. Augur and earnestly requesting the recognition of his government the president on the 2d stated that he did not believe that Public opinion would longer support the maintenance of a state government in Louisiana by the use of military in which he concurred. Troops would hereafter protect life and property from mob violence but would not be used to establish either Clement. He himself would recognize neither. The Barracks in the state House in new Orleans were strengthened on the 2d, and fifteen Days rations were taken in. The presidents dispatch to gov. Packard gave satisfaction to the conservatives. Gov. Nicholls was reported dangerously ill on the 2d. In an interview on the 4lh gov. Packard of Louisiana stated that he did not anticipate an attack upon the state House though such a thing was possible. He thought an Effort would be made to arrest the officers of his government or serve process on them and to enforce that service by a posse of the militia. He would regard such posse As a mob and resist it accordingly. Gov. Nicholls government he said is bounded by the limits of the White league. The Washington March 4. The hotel corridors and principal thoroughfares of the City to night Are thronged with visitors. The trains arriving for the past forty Eit Fht hours have been literally crammed with travellers and hotel accommodations Are difficult to secure. Official preparation of All kinds is completed for the in posing ceremonies of to Mitrow. 4 the first and principal ceremony belonging to the occasion the swearing in of the Mcyr president is already consummated. Tills of sit which until to Day was a Proton and secret was accomplished in the red parlor of the executive mansion Between seven and eight of clock last evening. The ceremony was a matter of some discussion Between the chief Justice of the United states supreme court the president elect the attorney general and a very few prominent friends of gov. Hayes and the conclusion was reached that such a course was advisable though it was not anticipated that an exigency would arise under which in Case there was an interregnum in the executive office the peace of the country would be imperilled. There was a difference of opinion also about the legality of an oath taken on sunday although the supreme court justices Are understood to have held that there could be no question. It was therefore determined by gov. Hayes acting under the advice of his friends to take the oath of office yesterday acid consequently the obligation was taken before chief Justice Waite at the hour mentioned. The ceremony was of the very quietest character the persons present being the chief Justice who administered the oath the president elect who subscribed thereto president Grant vice president elect Wheeler senator and Gen. Sherman president Hayes son judge Taft Gen. Buckland of Ohio and several other gentlemen with a number of ladies. Washington March 5, at ten to Day president Hayes accompanied by his son and senator Sherman left the residence of the senator for the executive mansion where he was met and cordially greeted by sex president Grant who was in waiting to escort him to the Capitol. There were also present the vice president elect and commissioners of the District of Columbia. The party adjourned to the Blue parlor and passed some time in conversation. In the meantime the grand inaugural pageant that had gathered at Washington Circle in the West end of the City about a mile Distant from the White House started with their flying banners and bands of music. The procession when immediately in front of the executive mansion halted to enable the presidential party to take their position in line. A very Large crowd had assembled inside the executive grounds to Aret a glimpse of the president As he entered. At 10 40 the doors of the White House opened and eve president Grant president Hayes and senator Morrill of the committee of arrangements Carne out and took seats in an open Carriage drawn by four horses. Next came vice president Wheeler accompanied by senator Mccreery. The members of president Grants Cabinet then followed in carriages. The party moved out and took their places at the head of the procession which moved on its Way to the Capitol in the following order adjutant general and aides to the grand mar . Gen. W. J. French commanding band of second United states artillery battalion of United states artillery first second and third regiments. Second . Charles lev Wood commanding baud and battalion of United state marines. Third division col. Robert l. Fleming commanding band Washington Light infantry corps band state Fenci Bles band we Cracoe legion Washington Light guards Washington artillery first battalion District of Columbia coloured Columbus cadets. The fourth division comprised the civil part of the procession in Throe divisions the first under the command of col. Timothy Lubey embracing citizens and officials on horseback Aud on foot. The display was imposing. Immediately following Bim came the members of president Grant s Cabinet Webb Hayes. Col. Fred Grant and Lieut. Dunwoody of the signal corps one of the aides of the grand mar bul of the Day. Four policemen brought up the rear. After these came the fifth division marshalled by Arthur Shippard. It was headed by a Fine band of music and contained the following political associations Young menus Republican club foreign intelligence. A Berlin dispatch of the 28th ult. Says the leading personages of the russian government arc opposed to immediate hostilities and War will in All probability be deferred until turkeys financial and military decline is Complete. The treaty of peace Between Turkey and Servia was formally signed on the 1st. Joel t. Hart a Well known american sculptor died at Florence Italy on the 2d. Young took the oath of office As governor of Ohio on the 2d, gov. Hayes having resigned. The Senate of the a University of London on the 2d decided to admit women to medical degrees. The turks have been ordered to evacuate Servian territory by the 15th inst. Six thousand persons were in procession at the funeral of John of Mahoney the fenian Leader in Dublin on the 4th. About 100,000 persons witnessed the demonstration which was purely of a fenian character. The remains were deposited in the grave of Thomas Bellow Mcmanus. There was no disturbance. Of the District of Columbia Hartranft club Philadelphia National Veteran club grand army of the Republic German Republican club. I. Ramon key Republican club of Maryland Republican organizations of the District of co the sixth division marshalled by in Eaton and composed of associations of the states of Ohio new York. Pennsylvania. Iowa Michigan and the Central associations of the states All of which have Headquarters Here tiled in and the fire department of the District closed the procession which was fully forty minutes passing the executive mansion. The pageant was in every respect worthy of the admiration which it relived to a very full extent. The weather raw and Cloudy when the procession started became quite cheerful As the Day advanced. The artillery regiments paraded As infantry As Well As the Light artillery and the admirable marching of the Marine battalion were subjects of profuse commendation. Tile Columbus Ohio cadets had an ovation. Gov. Hartranft of Pennsylvania marched at the head of the Hartranft club and was greeted with great applause. The presidents Carriage exceedingly conspicuous in the line was the first object of attraction and its occupants were hailed with cheers. The coloured companies were assigned a prominent place. The right of the line was held by government troops. The Columbus cadets had the next Honor. The Treasury building was alive with spectators every window being filled and three fourths of the spectators were ladies. The president reached the Capitol at 11 40 of clock and with sex president Grant vice president Wheeler Aud the members of the Cabinet proceeded directly to the presidents room. The inaugural ceremonies were held on the Center portico of the Capitol where a platform had been erected for the occasion. I he president began his inaugural at 12 45, immediately after the procession reached the platform. His appearance the front of the platform was greeted with shouts of applause from the people who stood closely packed both in front of and behind the Long inca of military that extended from one How the votes have stood. The following tables show the popular votes of All the states for president in 1860, 1864, 1868, 1872 and 1876 i860�?Lincoln, rep. M2��?T�2 Douglas dem. �?T2 Breckenridge dem. 815,763 Bell Union. 689,561 total.6,164,858 1864 Lincoln rep. Mcclellan dem. Total. Lf68�?Grant, rep. Seymour dem. Total. 1872�?Grant, rep. Greeley dem. Total. 1876�?Hayes, rep. Tilden dem. Cooper and. Smith prohibition. Total. A Chicago Tribune. 2,216,67 1,808,725 4/25,352 3,015.071 2,709,613 5,724,684 3,597,132 2,831,125 6,431,257 4,042.079 4,290,187 78,369 6,000 8,614,635 a you take me for Twenty would you a said a Young lady who oozed much younger to an old Bachelor. A take you for Twenty a he exclaimed for gotten that Only a local we try Recognises and maintains inviolate the rights of All is a True self government. With respect in the two distinct races whose Peculiar relations to each other have brought upon us the deplorable complications and perplexities which exist in those states it mint to a government which decider the inter wets of both races carefully and equally. It must be to government which submits loyally and heartily to the Constitution and the jaws the Laws of the nation and the Slawson states themselves accepting obeying faithful list the whole Consitt Deidri As it is resting it on this 8life and substantial fun Ratihn the super struck Are of Beneficent local govern Lent can be built in and not otherwise. In such obedience to the letter and the spirit of the Constitution and in behalf of All that its attainment implies All so called party interests lose their apparent importance and party lines May Well be permitted to fall into insignificance. The question we have to consider for the immediate welfare of those states of the Union is the question of government or no government of social order and All the peaceful industries and the happiness that belong to it Ora return to barbarism. It is a question in Whid every citizen of the nation is deeply interested and with respect to which we ought to he in a partisan sense neither republicans nor democrats but fellow citizens anti fellow men to whom the interests of a common 6ountry and a con Mon Huni Anity ate deaf. The sweeping of the Efa Tife Tabor sys tem of a Large portion of our country aim the and Vance of 4, �10.000 of people from a condition of servitude to that of citizenship upon an equal footing with their former masters could not occur without presenting problems of the gravest moment to be dealt with by the emancipated race by their former masters and by the general government the author of the act of emancipation. That it was a Wise just and providential act fraught with Good for All concerned is now generally conceded throughout the country. That a moral obligation rests upon the National government to employ its constitutional Power and influence to establish the rights of the people it has emancipated and to protect them in the enjoyment of those rights when they Are infringed or assailed is also generally admitted. The evils which afflict the Southern states can Only be re moved of remedied by the United and harmonic ii efforts of both races actuated by motives of Mutual sympathy and regard and while in duty bound and fully determined to protect the rights of All by every constitutional Means at the disposal of Niy administration i am sincerely anxious to use every legitimate influence in favor of an honest and efficient local government As the trite resource of those states for the promotion of the Contentment Aud Prosperity of their citizens. In the Effort i shall make to accomplish this purpose i ask the cordial co operation of All who cherish the interest and welfare of their country trusting that party ties and prejudice of race will be freely surrendered in behalf of the great purpose to be accomplished in the important work of the restoration of the South. It is not the political situation alone that merits attention the material development of that Section of the country has been arrested by the social and political revolution through which it has passed and now needs and deserves the considerate care of the National government within the just limits prescribed by the Constitution and Wise Public Economy. Lint at the basis of All Prosperity for that As Well As for every other part of the country lies the improvement of the mental and moral condition of the people. Universal suffrage should rent upon Universal education and to Thi end Liberal and permanent provision should be made for the support of free schools. If need be. The state government should be supplemented by legitimate Aid from the National authority. Let me assure my countrymen of the Southern states that it is my Earnest desire to regard Aud promote their truest interests the interests of the White and of the coloured people both and equally and to put Forth my Best efforts in behalf of a civil policy which will forever wipe out in our to Utica affairs the color line and the distinction Between the North and South to the end that we May have not merely a United North or a United South but a United country. I ask the attention of the Public to the Paramount necessity of Reform in our civil service a Reform not merely As to certain abuses and practices of so called official patronage which have come to have the Sanction of usage in several departments of our government but a change of the system of appointments itself Reform that shall be thorough Radical and Complete a return to the principles and practices of tile founders of the government. They neither expected nor desired. From Public officers any partisan service. They meant that Public officers should owe their whole service to the government and to the people. They meant that an officer should be secure in his tenure As Long As his personal character remained untarnished and the performance of i duties satisfactory. They held that appointments to office were not to be made nor expected merely As rewards for partisan services nor merely on the nomination of members of Congress As being entitled in any respect to the control of such appointments. The fact that both political parties of the country Iii declaring their principles prior to the election gave prominent place to the subject of Reform of our civil service recognizing and strongly arguing its necessity in terms almost identical in their specific import with those i have Here employed must he accepted As a conclusive argument in behalf of these measures. It must be regarded As the expression of the United voice and will of the whole country upon this subject and both political parties Are virtually pledged to give it their unreserved support. The president of the United states of necessity owes his election to office to the suffrage and zealous labors of his political party the members of which cherish with ardor and regard As of essential importance the principles of their party organization. But he should strive to be always mindful of the fact that he serves his party Best w to serves his country Hest. In furtherance of the Reform we seek and Iii other respects a change of Quot Reat importance i recommend a amendment to the Constitution prescribing a term of six years for the presidential office and forbidding re election. ,. With respect to the financial condition of the country i shall not attempt an extended history of the embarrassment and prostration which we have suffered during the past three years. The depression in All our varied commercial and manufacturing interests throughout the country which began in 1873, still continues. It is very Gratifying How Ever to he Able to say that there Are indications All around us of a coining change to prosperous times. The currency question is intimately connected with this topic and i May be permitted to repeat Here the statement made in my letter of acceptance that in my judgment the feeling of uncertainty inseparable from an irredeemable paper currency with its fluctuations of value is one of the greatest obstacles to a return to prosperous times. The Only Safe paper currency is one which rests upon a Coin basis and is at All times convertible into Coin. I adhere to the views heretofore expressed by me in favor of congressional legislation in behalf of the Early resumption of specie payment and i Ain satisfied not Only that is is Wise but that the interests As Well As the Public sentiment of the country imperatively demand it. Passing from these remarks noon the condition of our own country to consider our relations with other lands we Are reminded by the International complications abroad threatening the peace of Europe that our traditional role of non interference in the affairs of foreign nations has proved of treat value in past times and ought to be strictly observed. The policy inaugurated by my honoured predecessor president Grant of submitting to arbitration grave questions in dispute Between ourselves and foreign Powers Points to new and incomparably the Best instrumentality for the preservation of peace and will As i believe become a Beneficent example of the coarse to he the . Washington feb. 28, the joint convention re ass pm by cd at 12 10 and the decision of the electoral commission in the Case of Louisiana that the votes of the Hayes electors Are the votes provided for by the Constitution of the United states and the same Are to be counted As certified was read. Representative Phillips presented objections to the decision substantially the same As were considered by the commission also because the election certificates of the Hayes electors were not made by the lawfully constituted governor of the state because the electoral commission contrary to its duty and the authority vested in it by Law neglected and refused to inquire into the facts and allegations aforesaid and their said decision is contrary to Law and truth because the certificate of the Hayes electors was void for irregularity. Representative Southard presented objections to the commissions decision because said electoral votes As Well As the votes of the people of said state at the presidential election nov. 7,1876, were Given under duress caused by the unlawful exercise of Federal Power. The objections having been read the Senate withdrew that the two houses might separately decide upon them. To Pun the reassembling of the joint convention the presiding officer announced that As the two Bouses had not concurred otherwise the electoral votes of South Carolina would be counted and they were therefore declared As seven for Hayes and Wheeler. Pending that action Jones by raised the question that there was not a quorum of the Senate present and protested against proceeding. The votes of Tennessee Welve and Texas eight for Tilden and Hendricks were read Ana then came Vermont with four votes for Hayes and Wheeler when or. Hewitt n. A stated that he had a package purporting to contain the electoral vote of Vermont and had been informed that a duplicate had been forwarded to the president of the Senate and he now tendered that package to him. The chair said lie received but one certificate from Vermont and the Law prohibited him from receiving any after the first thursday in february. Objections to the counting of the votes of Vermont were presented for the reason that two returns were forwarded and Only one had been Laid before the two houses. Objections were presented to the vote of Sollee one of the Elee Tois on the ground that he was a postmaster when elected and that the Laws of Vermont did not authorize an appointment by the College of electors to fill a vacancy caused by the absence of an elector. Springer 111 demanded the Reading of the duplicate Letura and the chair stated that he had received none. The Senate then withdrew that the two houses might separately consider and decide upon the objections. As the senators were withdrawing or. Springer called out that he made the Point of order that there being duplicate returns the Case had now gone to tie electoral commission and could not be considered by the two houses. No attention however was paid to it. _ Washington March i. At eleven of clock p. In. The joint session was resumed and the announcement made that the two houses non concurring otherwise the votes of Vermont would be counted and they were thereupon declared for Hayes and Wheeler. Then the certificate of Virginia was read and the votes of that state announced for Tilden and Hendricks. The votes of West Virginia were announced for Tilden and Hendricks. Then came the last state Wisconsin with ten votes for Hayes and Wheeler. Objections were made to the counting of the electoral vote of d. W. Downs because he held the office of pension surgeon prior to nov. 7, 1876, and on dec. 6, when he cast his vote As an elector. The Senate then retired that the two houses might separately consider and determine the objections. At four a. In. Of the 2d the joint session was resumed and the presiding officer announced that the two houses not having concurrently ordered otherwise the vote of Wisconsin be counted and its ten votes were announced for Hayes and Wheeler. View president ferry announced that this concluded the count of the thirty eight states of the Union. Or. Allison announced the result and or. Ferry at 4 20, announced that Rutherford b. Hayes of Ohio having received a majority of votes was elected president of the United states and William a. Wheeler having received a majority of All the votes was elected vice president of the United states. The electoral commission. Washington. Feb. 27. The electoral commission met pursuant to adjournment and or. Hurd for the democrats submitted reasons Why the commission should reject the Republican certificate. He was followed on the same Side by or. Cochrane who submitted proffers of proof which fifteen cent per line for local in Reading Matte ten cents per line for local notice first insertion and five cents per line each subsequent insertion ten cent per line for special notices first insertion and 3cjc. Per line each subsequent insertion. Marriage and death notice free. Obituaries five cents per line. Votes arc not the votes provided for by the Constitution of the United states and should not be counted. Adopted unanimously. Or. Morton offered a Resolution that the persons named in certificate no. I were the lawful electors for the state of South Carolina etc., and their votes should be counted for president and vice president. Adopted 8 to 7�?by the usual vote. A report was drawn up to lie presented to the two houses giving the ground on which the commission reached its decision. Adjourned. The hew Senate. The list of members of the Senate of the forty fifth Congress As Given below shows that it is composed of forty one republicans and thirty four democrats there being one vacancy owing to the failure of the legislature of Louisiana to elect. The seat of or. Corbin of South Carolina is contested by Matthew c. Butler Democrat and James b. Eustis Democrat lays claim to the vacant seat from Louisiana. In the following list the names of republicans Are printed in roman and the democrats in italics Alabama. Mississippi. Term term ends. Ends. George e. Spencer. .1879 Branch k. Bruce Ihm John t. Morgan. Ami Lucius it. O. Lamar. 1883 a Kansas. Missouri. Stephen w. Dorsey18 ,9 Lewis v. Bogy 1879 a. Ii. Garland 1883 f. M. Cockrell 1881 California. Nebraska. Aaron a. Sargent. .1879 a. S. Paddock 1881 Newton Booth 1881 Alvin Saunders 1883 Colorado. Nevada. Jerome b. Chaffee. 1879 John p. Jones 18,9 Henry m. Teller Iski William Sharon 1881 Connecticut. New Hampshire. We. Ii. Barnum 1879 b. Wadleigh 1879 we. Ii. Eaton 1881 Edward ii. Rollins. .1883 Delaware. New j ers eve. Thomasf. Bayard. 18-1 thro. F. Randolphi i Eli Saulsbury 1883 j. It. Mcpherson 1883 Florida. New Vork. Simon b. Conover. .1879 Roscoe Conkling 1879 Charles w. Jones 1881 Francis reman 1881 Georgia. North Carolina. John b. Gordon 1879 aug. S Herriman. 1879 Benjamin ii. Hill. .18 3 Matt. W. Ransom 1883 Illinois. Ohio. Richard j. Oglesby. 1879 John Sherman 18,9 David davis1 83 Allen g. Thurman. .1881 Indiana. Oregon. Oliver p. Morton 1879 John h. Mitchell 1879 Jos. E. Mcdonald. .1881 Lafayette s. Grover.1883 Iowa. Pennsylvania. William b. Allison. 1879 Simon Cameron 1879 Sam. J. Kirkwood.1883 Milium a. Wallace. 1881 Kansas. Rhode Island. John j. Ingalls 1879 Ambrose Preston b. Plumb .1883 Henry b. Anthony .1883 Kentucky. South Carolina. Thos. C. Mccreery. 1879 John j. Patterson. 1879 James b. Beck 1883 David t. Corbin 1883 Louisiana. Tennessee. Vacancy1879 James e. Bailey 1881 William p. Kellogg18 3 Isham g. Harris. 1883 Maine. Texas. Hannibal Hamlin. .1879 Samuel b. Marcy. .1881 James g. Blaine 1883 Richard Coke 1883 Maryland. Vermont. George r. Dennis. 1879 Justin s. Morrill. 188 in. P. Whyte1881 Geo. F. Edmunds1883 Massachusetts. Virginia. Henry l. Dawes 1881 Robert e. By a�r.188l George f. Hoar 188-Ijohn w. Johnston.1883 Michigan. West Virginia. I. P. Christiancy 1881 Frank Hereford. A 18, i Thomas w. Ferry. 1883 Henry g. Davis 1881 Minnesota. Wisconsin. S. J. Mcmillin 1881 Timothy o. Howe. 18,9 William Windom. .1883 Angus Cameron 1881 Short speech by Joy. Hayes. Gov. Hayes and a Large party left Columbus on the 1st for Washington. He was escorted to the depot by a detachment of u. S. Troops from the Columbus Barracks Aud two local companies. A great crowd was at the depot to witness his departure and in response to Calls the governor said my fellow citizens i appear to say a few words in bidding Good by to you. J understand very Well the uncertainty of Public affairs at Washington. I understand very Well that possibly next week i May be with you to resume my place in the governors office and As your fellow citizen but i also understand that it is my duty to be at Washington prepared to assume another position higher and More responsible and with More difficult duties. I have thought As i looked upon this great audience and As to Day i gazed upon the people who thronged our route to the depot of a similar occurrence e sixteen years ago a Little less than sixteen years ago when with i xxx men i in arched Down High Street to pass to tile East Aud to the South to do what we could to restore the Union of states and to re establish Hie authority of the Constitution. In that work we were eminently successful As far As was possible to be successful by Force of arms. I am not Here to say a word in disparagement of what was accomplished by the Brave men who went out with me from different parts of the country of my comrades one third never returned to their Homes. They perished in the discharge of their duties that the re pub Rane who by urn urea primers u. The discharge of their duties that the Republic proposed to make Good if admitted by the j might live. But there was something commission. Or. Lawrence for the re pub Force could not do. We would have our lic�in8t made an Sarsfi Imant against the recept a a a a Una his Tion of the certificates of the Tilden electors and replied at length to the democratic counsel. Senator Christiancy waived ins right to lilies it Luis Ujiiye conic a ecu Cubah v end of the Capitol ground to the other. Paraded in similar emergencies by other nations. Lu.,1,1 i kurd in v time finn or my Adin Nistra the address although read from manuscript was delivered with great animation but although his voice was Clear and Strong it could not be heard at any considerable distance owing to the hum of conversation and the pressure of the crowd which kept up a constant struggle to get nearer to the platform. The following is the full text of the inaugural speech fellow citizens we have assembled to repeat the Public ceremonial began by Washington observed by Ali my predecessors Aud now a time honoured custom which Mark the commencement of a new term of the presidential office. Called to the duties of this great Trust i proceed in compliance with usage to announce some of the leading principles on the subjects that now chiefly engage the Public attention by which it is my desire to be guided in the discharge of those duties. I shall not undertake to Lay Down irrevocably principles or measures of administration but rather to sign eak of the motives which should animate us and to suggest certain important ends to be attained in accordance with our institutions and essential to the welfare of our country. At the outset of the discussions which preceded the recent presidential election it seemed to me fitting that i should fully make known my sentiments in regard to several of the important questions which then appeared to demand the consideration of the country. Following the example and in part adopting the language of one of my predecessors i wish now when every motive for misrepresentation has passed away to repeat what was said before the election trusting that my countrymen will candidly weigh and understand it and that they will feel assured that the sentiments declared in accepting the nomination for the presidency will be the Standard of my conduct in the path before me charged As i now Ain with the grave and difficult task of carrying them out in the practical administration of the government so far As depends under the Constitution and Laws of the chief executive of the nation. The permanent pacification of the country upon such principles and by such measures As will secure Complete Protection of All its citizens in the free enjoyment of All their constitutional rights is now the one subject in our Public affairs which All thoughtful Aud patriotic citizens regard As of supreme importance. Many of the calamitous effects of the tremendous revolution which has passed Over the Southern states still remain. Tin innumerable benefits which will sorely follow sooner or later the Hearty and generous acceptance of the legitimate results of that revolution have not yet been realized. Difficult and Embar hissing questions meet us at the thresh old of Liis subject. The people of these states Are still impoverished and tile inestimable Blessing of a Wise honest and peaceful local self government is not fully enjoyed. Whatever differences of opinion May exist As to the causes of this condition of things the fad is Clear that in the Progress of events the time has come when such a government is an imperative necessity required by All the varied interests Public Aud private of those state. But it must not be for should there at any time during my administration any difficulties arise Between the United states and any foreign government i shall Aid in their settlement in the same peaceful and honorable Way. Thus securing to our country the great blessings of peace and Mut Ual Good Fellowship with All the nations of the world. Fellow citizens we have reached the close of a political contest marked by the excitement which usually attends the contests Between great political parties whose members espouse and advocate with Earnest Faith their respective creeds. The circumstances were perhaps in no respect extraordinary. Save in the closeness and consequent uncertainty of the result. For the first time in the history of the country it has been deemed Best in View of the Peculiar circumstances of the Case that the objections and questions in dispute with reference to the counting of the electoral votes should be referred to the decision of a tribunal appointed for this purpose. That tribunal established by Law for this sole purpose its members All of them men of Long established reputation for integrity and intelligence and with the exception of those who Are also members of the supreme judiciary chosen equally from both political parties its deliberation enlightened by the research and arguments of Able counsel was entitled to the fullest Confidence of the american people. Its decisions have been patiently waited for and accented As conclusive by the general judgment of the Public. For the present opinion will widely vary As to the Wisdom of the several conclusions announced by that tribunal this is to be anticipated in every instance where matters of dispute Are made the subject or arbitration under the forms of Law. Human judgment is never unerring and is rarely regarded As otherwise than wrong by the unsuccessful party in the contest. The fact that two great parties have in this Way settled a dispute in regard to which Good men differ As to the Law no less than As to the proper course to be pursued in soil aug the question in controversy is an occasion for Gen or Unona one Point there is entire unanimity in Public sentiment that the conflicting claims to the presidency must be amicably and peaceably adjusted and that when so adjusted the general acquiescence of the nation ought surely to follow. It has been reserved for a government of the people where the right of suffrage is Universal to Cive to the world the first example Iii history of a great nation in the midst of a struggle of opposing parties for Power hushing its party tumults to yield the Issue of the contest to adjustment according to the forms of for the guidance of that divine hand by which the destinies of nations and individuals Are shaped. I Call upon Yon. Senators representatives judges fellow citizens Here and everywhere to unite with me in an Earnest Effort to secure to our country the Blessing not Only of material Prosperity but of Justice peace and Union a Union depending not upon the con. Strain of Force but upon the Loving Devotion of a free people that All things May be so ordered and settled upon the Best Ana Forest foundations that peace and happiness truth and Justice religion and piety May be established among us for All generations. Be heard As an objector and Montgomery Blair and Jere 8. Black then addressed the commission for the democrats. At the conclusion of their arguments it was announced that counsel on the Republican Side id concluded to submit the Case without argument. The commission then went into secret session the proceedings in which were As follows discussion continued for four hours when or. Merton submitted the following resolved that it is not competent for the two houses assembled for the purpose of counting the vote for president and vice president to inquire by evidence whether a state regularly represented in the two houses of Congress and recognized As a state of the United states by the other departments of the government has a government Republican in form. Resolved that while the existence of Public disturbance and anarchy in any state to such an extent As to make it impossible for a state to exercise its right to appoint electors of president and vice president and to express its will in that behalf is sufficient cause for rejecting any electoral vote or votes purporting to be the votes of the electors appointed thereby yet that when a state is regularly represented As a state in the Congress of the United states and is recognized As a state by the other departments of the government and has a government Republican in form. And does appoint electors in the manner prescribed by the legislature thereof evidence cannot be received by the two houses of Congress assembled to count the votes for president and vice president As aforesaid to show that disturbances existed at the time of the election which May have interfered to a greater or less extent with the Freedom of the election at the polls in said state. Resolved that it is not competent for the two houses of Congress when assembled to count the votes for president and vice president by taking evidence to inquire into the regularity of the action of the president of the United states in sending a military Force into any state for the preservation of order or the suppression of insurrection and Domestic violence in order by such proof to Lay a ground for rejecting the electoral vote of said state. Resolved that in View of the propositions contained in the foregoing resolutions the evidence offered to show that the state of sooth Carolina at the late election did not have a Republican form of government and the evidence offered on the subject of disorder and violence and the presence of troops in said state during said election is not competent but that notwithstanding the offer of such evidence the electoral votes of the state of South Carolina ought to be received and counted if not objectionable on other grounds. Resolved that the other objections to certificate no i show no valid cause for rejecting the same. Judge Field offered the following substitute resolved that the evidence is admissible to show that prior to and during the election on the 7th of november 1876, in the state of South Carolina there were unlawfully stationed in various parts of the state at or near the polling place detachments of troops of the army of the United states by whose presence and interference the qualified voters of the state were deprived of the right of suffrage and a free Choice by the people of presidential electors was prevented. And the following resolved. That evidence is admissible to show that at the election on the 7th of november 18,b, in South Carolina there were stationed at several polling places in the state Deputy marshals of the United states exceeding 1,000 in number by whose unlawful action and interference under orders from the department of Justice the qualified voters of the state were deprived of the right of suffrage and a free Choice by the people of presidential electors a prevented. These substitutes were rejected by the Fol lowing vote Tea a Abbott Bayard Clifford Field Hunton Kernan and payne�?7. _ a a nays Bradley Edmunds Frehn Gheysen Garfield Hoar Miller Morton and Strong-8. The question recurring on the adoption of or. Morton a resolutions they were adopt eds yeas 8, nays 7�?the above vote being reversed. Or. Frelin Ghuy in offered a Resolution that the persons named in certificate no. 2 the Tilden electors were not the lawful electors for the state of South Carolina and that their Union to be a Union of hearts and we would have our Constitution obeyed not merely because of Force that compels obedience but obeyed because the people love the principles of the Constitution. And to Day if i Arn called to the work to which Abraham Lincoln was called sixteen years ago it is under brighter skies and More favourable auspices. I do Hope and i do fervently believe that by the Aid of divine Providence we May do something in this Day of peace toward re establishing in the hearts of our countrymen a real a Hearty attachment to the Constitution As it is and the Union As Iii is the members of gov. Hayes family accompanying him were mrs. Hayes his two sons and daughter. The first transatlantic Steamer the Savannah the first Steamer that crossed any of the oceans was built at the City of new York by Francis ficket for Daniel Good. Her engines were made by Stephen Vail of Morristown. She was launched on the 22d of August 1818. She could Only carry seventy five tons of Coal and Twenty five cords of Wood. Commanded by capt. Moses Rogers and navigated by Stephen Rogers both of new London Conn., the Savan Nan sailed from the City of Savannah ga., on the 25th of May 1819, bound for St. Petersburg via Liverpool. She reached the latter port on the 20th of june having used steam eighteen Days out of Twenty six and thus demonstrated the feasibility of transatlantic steam navigation in a communication to the new London Conn Gazette capt. Rogers relates that a a the Steamer was seen from the Telegraph station at Cape Clear on the Southern coast of Ireland and reported As a ship on fire. The Admiral who Lay in the Cove of Cork dispatched one of the Kings cutters to her Relief. But great was their wonder at their inability with All sail in a fast vessel to come up with a ship under Bare poles. After several shots were fired from the Cutter the engine was stopped and the Surprise of her Crew at the mistake they had made As Well As their curiosity to see the singular Yankee Craft can be easily imagined. They asked permission to go on Board and were much gratified by the inspection of this naval Novelty. Detroit news. Made insane by hair Dye. The new Milford Conn Ray of a recent Date says a a most of our readers in new Milford will doubtless remember mrs. Miranda Ruby a crazy woman who has lived in this Village Many years Aud whose insanity was manifested by always wearing a letter envelope on her Bonnet or tied to her parasol or in some other harmless Way but we doubt if anyone would be Likely to surmise the cause of her insanity. A few Days ago her son came to new Milford and took mrs. Ruby to see a physician in new Haven for his advice. The physician said that her difficulty was softening of the brain that it was absolutely incurable and that it was caused entirely by the use of

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