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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1877, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge news. Published every thursday Cambridge Guernsey county Ohio. L. G. Haines proprietor. Terms of subscription for one jeer of paid within the year.$2 of if not paid until after the year expires. 2 50 no paper discontinued until All the arrearage a re paid except at the option of the publisher. Quot a very Large circulation. Cambridge news. Business cards. Vol. . 50. News of the week. Cambridge Ohio thursday May 24, 1877. $2.00 per annul. The Cambridge news. Advertising hates a Pace. 8 in. A in. I year Jne Quarter column. �?�12 via in in $30 00 40 00 one third column.7. 17 50 20 of 40 of 25 of 31 50 60 of Jne half column. 50 of too of one column. A. Cooper. M. Epperson. Ors. Cooper a Jefferson dentists Cambridge Ohio. Is a office on West Market Street Over Shaffer a Beymer a store. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of nitrous oxide or laughing Gas. Mar4-�?T75-tf Lizzi Hollingshead teacher of piano and Organ music Cambridge Ohio. March Sio 77-tf j. C. Ferbrache livery and Sale stable in the rear of times building. 3ffpatronage solicited. Accommodations Good oct Cambridge Ohio. Morton House formerly Starr hotel Joseph Morton. Proprietor West Side Public Square Cambridge Ohio. New pleasant and convenient. Act 28-78 St. Lawrence hotel Corner of main and third streets. Lon. B. Cook proprietor late of the Zane House Zanesville new factory. William a. Carr Fine Boot and shoe mater Cambridge Ohio. Pf8hop Iii Rainey s building on Mill St making Aud repairing sewed work a specially _ ?y22-tf j. Woodford livery feed and Sale stable v on Pine Street North of main. Persons arriving on the cars or any others taken to All Points of Guernsey county on tha shortest notice. ?2-�?T75-tf j. D. To vol k. T. H. Anderson Taylor amp Anderson attorneys at Law Washington. The reply of the United states to the formal notification by Turkey of the existence of a state of War Between that Power and Russia is to the effect that the United states will occupy a strictly Neutral position toward the belligerents. A similar reply will be made to Russia. Replying to the attack upon him on account of the remarks made in his Baltimore lecture Fred. Douglass states that this lecture was delivered in Washington two years ago and was published with complimentary comments by the same papers which criticise it now. He says the newspapers have taken pains to publish what was unfavourable to Washington but omit the greater part which was complimentary to the capital City. Several thousand names have been signed to the petition for his removal. Gen. Hawley7, president a. T. Goshorn director general and Meyer Asci assistant Secretary of the Centennial commission have been created by the King of Holland knights of the order of the Golden lion of the Netherlands. . Devens has instructed the u. S. Attorney for South Carolina to prepare for trial on three cases of the Ellenton prisoners. A banking firm in new York has made a proposition to the Secretary of War to furnish sufficient Means at 5 or 6 per cent to pay the army from july i. The Secretary declined on the ground that such contract would he a violation of Law but favors a plan to so Advance pay to army officers the transaction to be a private matter Between them and the firm. The collections of internal Revenue for the fiscal year to the 15th were $103,600,098. Sex gov. Carpenter of Iowa has resigned the position of second comptroller of the Treasury and w. W. Upton late chief jus Tiee of the supreme court of Oregon has been selected to fill the vacancy. Secretary Sherman on the Lith placed on the 17th elected Rev. L. W. Boles of Baltimore permanent president. At the instance of the Boston Board of health five prominent manufacturers of that City have been indicted for the adulteration of candies with poisonous ingredients. Gov. Robinson has vetoed the omnibus charter Bill for the government of new York City. Three valuable cargoes of arms and ammunition have left new York recently for Russia. The Monument erected by Boston on Dorchester Heights commemorative of the revolution was dedicated on the 17th. The National Baptist sunday school convention convened at Boston on the 18th, delegates being present from All parts of the country. Warren Randolph of new Jersey presided. Sex gov. Chamberlain of South Carolina has been admitted to the new York bar. Other buildings Down and two Brothers named Boolean who were working in the Church were killed. Ferjo to office adjoining the Taylor Block. We. M. Siensa attorney at Law and notary Public. Will practice in Guernsey and adjoining counties. Collections promptly attended to. Post office address Cambridge Ohio. June 15-74_ t. O. Mann Carpenter and Joiner Cumberland Ohio. Persons wishing work in this line will be promptly accommodated by calling on or addressing the above named. June 15-74 d. K. Kyle s m Auble and Granite works Cambridge Ohio. Keeps on hand a Fine lot of the celebrated red and Gray scotch Granite monuments at the lowest prices. Italian and american Marble monuments of the Best style arum Quality. Marble and slate mantles._._may3-75-tf at Mackey Sart gallery Cambridge. A specially is made of Fine photographs. Also copying and enlarging old pictures and finishing them in India Ink water and Oil colors oct 2�-i4 we. Ogler Boot amp shoe maker. In the Davis Block opposite tile Public Square Cambridge Ohio. Jet he is prepared to do All kinds of work on Short notice Ana on reasonable terms. Give him a Call. Nov. 30, 1876-tf mrs. Sarah Jane Moss is prepared to clean and co lob clothing for ladies and gentlemen braid hair and make switches to order. Combines straightened Jenl to Cambridge o. Or. C. T. Sweet Dentis Cumberland Ohio. T 17&Quot Teeth extracted without pain of v harmless dec. 28, 1876-tf by the use a thing of Beauty is a Joy forever. 1 it Art Callery. Day amp Scott photograph lists Quaker City Ohio. Photographs in every size and style and in the perfection of Art. June 15-74 Kirk House formerly Grant House Corner of Market and fourth streets. W. A. 8. M. Kirk proprietors. June 15-74_zanesville, Ohio. . Lippincott proprietor of the Bee Lior House Cor. Broadway and South streets Quaker City Ohio. Of amp a Quot this is one of the Best arranged houses in Eastern Ohio. Guette will receive every attention necessary to their Comfort. April 12, "77-tf the Market $5,000,000 of 41. Per cent Bonds of the funded loan of 1891, requiring payment by july i. In the four Days ending on the i7th $4,194,000 were taken up and Coin to this amount placed in the Treasury. Collector Rives of the fifth Virginia District telegraphed on the 17th a collector Joslyn Deputy marshal Austin and three others have been shot in Lee county while in the discharge of their duly. I Trust Steps will be taken to arrest and punish the president Hayes and family returned to Washington of the 17th. The Secretary of the Treasury says whatever is done under the resumption aet will be communicated first of All to the Public. Nothing is to be done until after the most careful consideration and with the Sanction of the president. The u. S. Attorney general has decided that army paymasters can certify to the government the indebtedness to officers without infringing the Law. The East. The Steamer City of Richmond arrived at new7 York on the 12th, and reports meeting the City of Brussels in mid Ocean on the 8th. The latter Steamer left new7 York on the 21st ult., Aud w Hen two Days out broke her Shaft. The Richmond supplied her with everything needed and the Brussels proceeded on her Way under sail. All on Board were Well. The six Story Block in Brooklyn occupied by Campbell amp thayers Oil works was destroyed by fire on the 13th. The total loss reaches $430,000. The steamships sailing from new York on the 12th and 13tli took nearly 1 x too bushels of Grain and of fresh beef about 1,000,000 pounds while of canned goods Salt beef Bacon cheese butter lard and other provisions the aggregate was very Large. A new York Telegram of the 13th says the attorney general is reported As disgusted with the whole Tweed business. He has returned All tweeds papers to him and has declined to release him. President Hayes Gen. Sherman and messes. Evarts Schurz and Devens of the Cabinet attended the banquet of the new York chamber of Commerce on the evening of the 14th. The president responded to the Toast of a the president of the United states a or. Evarts to a your merchant Marine,.�?� and Gen. Sherman to a the speeches were also delivered by or. Schurz Commodore Nicholson David Wells and others. Invitations to the banquet were sent to sex gov. Tilden gov. Robinson and other state officers and declined lest their presence should seem an endorsement of the election of president Hayes. Tennie c. Claflin has made a claim against the estate of Commodore Vanderbilt for $70,-000 and interest thereon from 1873, this sum being she says the accumulation of $10,000 placed in his hands in 1871 to he used in buying stocks. We. Ii. Vanderbilt declares the claim ridiculous. The Rochester n. A paper company a factories were burned on the 14th. Loss $100, xxi. President Hayes unveiled the statue of Fitz Greene Hall Eek in Central Park new York on the loth in the presence of a Large assemblage of people. A reception was Given to the president in the evening by sex gov. Morgan. President Hayes had a reception in the governors room at the City Hall new York on the 16th, Aud from the opening there was a continuous Rush of citizens Cager to shake his hand. People passed at the rate of forty a minute. Following the reception the presidential party partook of a collation provided by the mayor in his private room where several prominent democrats connected with the City government were admitted to a private audience. A dinner in Honor of the West and South. The Brownsville Tex Ranchero says that for the last fifteen months there has been no cattle thieving on the Rio Grandt. Base Ball on the 12th Boston to Chicago 9 Louisville la Cincinnati 8. The Coal miners of Streator iu., struck some time ago and their places were filled by new men. Subsequently most of the old men w Ere taken Back about xxi of the new men being retained. The old hands hate the a a Blackleg a As they term the nest men and on the 14th some of the old miners gave expression to their feeling by poisoning the food in the dinner buckets of the new men. At night sixty of these unfortunates were in the throes of agony and it was thought Many w Ould die. Arsenic Wras the drug used. Hon. H. H. Emmons judge of the sixth judicial circuit u. S. Court died at his residence in Detroit on the 14th after a Long and painful illness. Poindexter Edmondson convicted of murder on circumstantial evidence was to have been Hung at Bloomfield mo., on the 15th. A dying Man confessed to committing the murder himself and gov. Phelps reprieved Edmondson until july 15. Most of the poisoned miners at Streator 111., were recovering on the 15th. Half a dozen of them were still in a precarious condition. Base Ball on the 15th St. Louis 6, Hartford 2 Cincinnati 9, Louisville 0. Miss Chisholm wounded in the Kemper miss affray died on the 15th. The South Carolina legislature has elected associate Justice a. Willard dem chief Justice. A fire at Stevens Point wig., on the 15th destroyed a planing Mill and about to xxx xxx feet of lumber. Gov. Emory of Utah on the 15th requested the Secretary of War to Send nine additional companies of soldiers to that territory and that the Force now there he retained. Base Ball on the 16th Boston i Chicago 0. The Illinois Senate on the kith passed the House Bill making Silver Coin a Legal tender for All debts in that state. The general presbyterian Assembly met at Chicago on the 17th. Rev. Or. James eels of Oakland cal., was elected Moderator. The Western unitarian conference w7as in session at Toledo on the 17th. Congressman Wigginton of the fourth California District has issued notice of contest on sex gov. Pacheco congressman elect claiming that 500 illegal votes were cast and counted for the latter and a larger number of votes polled for Wigginton were also counted for him. Base Ball on the 17th St. Louis 3, Chicago 2 Boston 5, Cincinnati 0. The Semi annual meeting of tile Bishops of the methodist episcopal Church began at Cleveland on the 17th. All the Bishops were present except Andrews and Foster. Bishop Scott presided. Hon. Henry Milvor has been elected associate Justice of the South Carolina supreme court vice Willard elected chief jus Tice. Base Ball on the 18th Hartford 12, Louis Ville 2. Fairview dec oust Fairview Ohio. Dubois proprietor. A amp to this Moose is newly tilted up and kept in modern style. Good stabling. May 18-tf Mccollum a Mckinney Are prepared to attend to All the wants of their customers in their line of halting and repairing wagons of All sizes and patterns. They also invite attention to the facilities for Sao Zuo and the other thousand and one things made at the blacksmiths shop. Mccollum a Mckinney Mats tic of South end Mill Street president was Given in the evening by sex gov. Morgan. Five children of Frank Dunn Gal were burned to death at Little York n. Y., on the 15th. In some Way the House in which they were caught fire and notwithstanding every Effort was made to Rescue the children they perished in the flames. The eldest was nine years. The financial agent of Pennsylvania has called in for payment $8,324,9 x of the 5 and 6 per cent Loans falling due aug. I 1877. Sex president Grant had a grand reception in Philadelphia on the 16th. The methodist protestant convention in session at Baltimore on the 16th adopted the report of the reunion committee. The report was also adopted by the methodist convention. A joint convention was held in the afternoon at which congratulatory addresses were delivered. Sex county treasurer Mann of Saratoga Springs found guilty of embezzlement and forgery has been sentenced to the state prison for five years. The fatal Accident at the Wadesville a mine was due to the explosion of fire Damp say the jury who censure the owner inspector and Bosses for not complying w7ith the Law. Commodore Edward h. Carpenter u. S. Navy died at Shrewsbury n. J., on the 16th, aged eighty one. The russian vessels sailed from new York on the 17th. Quigley the wife murderer was hanged at Philadelphia on the 17th. Gen. Grant sailed for Europe on the 17th. The joint session of the methodist and methodist protestant conventions at Baltimore on foreign intelligence. Gen. Portirio Diaz was inaugurated president of Mexico on the Lith. The diplomatic corps with the exception of the u. S. Minister were present. Gladstone a resolutions were rejected in the House of commons on the 14th�?354 to 223�?and an amendment adopted to the effect that the House declines to entertain any Resolution which May Embarrass the government in its maintenance of peace and Protection of British interests without indicating any alternative line of policy. By the overflow of the River Tigris 200 houses were swept away in Kia Mizie. By the bursting of one of the boilers of the French frigate la Revanche on the 15th, two men were killed and sixty wounded Twenty mortally. Ninety five buildings eleven wharves the depot machine shops a number of engines and cars belonging to the new Brunswick a Canada Railroad company and two schooners were destroyed by fire at St. Stephens n. Ii., on the 14tli. The loss exceeds $500,- xxx. About seventy five families Are homeless. Brusly fires in Carleton Greenville Prescott Renfrew and Lanark counties Canada on the 15th, destroyed much property. A number of houses in the Vicinity of West Farnham were burned. The stau bad amp Camby Bridge near Granby was consumed. Gray Home ruler has been elected to parliament from tipperary Ireland defeating Casey sex fenian prisoner by a Large majority. The peace party is in a slight majority in the British parliament. In consequence of a difference with president Macmahon in regard to the repeal of the press Law Jules Simon president of the French Council and minister of the Interior resigned on the 16th. Simon a resignation was followed by three of the other members of the ministry. The French government has ordered a Fleet to Hayti to enforce the settlement of the Hayti debt which that government has repudiated. The French chamber of deputies on the 17th adopted�?355 to 154�?the Resolution of the left that the chamber Only place Confidence in a Cabinet free to and resolved to govern in accordance with Republican principles which alone can secure order and Prosperity. The new Cabinet is constituted As follows due de Broglie president of the Council and minister of Justice de Pourteau minister of the Interior Coill Eaux minister of finance Paris minister of Public works de Meaux minister of agriculture Brunet minister of Public instruction. The resignations of berth our and due do gazes As ministers of War and foreign affairs respectively have not been accepted. A London special of tile 18th to the new York Sun states that Disraeli is believed to be preparing to precipitate England joined by Austria into a conflict with Russia. England s interests will he the pretext and the first russian Success of magnitude will be the occasion for intervention. Extensive preparations Are being made for War. A bitter feeling of hostility against Russia exists among the people the French chamber was prorogued for one month by president Macmahon on the 18th. Germany is reported As watching French developments with keen interest. At St. Ily polite can., on the 18th, a Hurricane blew the Catholic Church and several War notes. The russian troops while passing Bucharest exchanged the Ordinary colors for flags bearing the double greek Cross carried Only in a religious War. Russian officers have been sent to take command of the rebels in Bosnia. Russian papers Are prohibited from publishing Derby a note. On the 14th three columns of russian soldiers were marching toward i Urgero Sim Nitza and Urella with the supposed design of crossing the Danube at those Points. One object was to break the turkish lines and separate the corps at Widin from the main army. The turks appear to be contemplating crossing to Kalafat. They have at that Point two monitors one War Steamer and eight sailing barks. The a iridies have driven the turks from Oroshi and destroyed the entire turkish battalion. A constantinople special of the 15th reports that on Hie 14th Admiral la ass an Pasha bombarded the fortification of Aukum Kaleh in Turkey in Asia. Afterwards he landed a number of soldiers who were joined by 3, natives and a violent combat ensued. The russians were driven from the fortifications and the town burned. Romanian official reports estimate 400 wounded during the recent turkish bombardment of Kalafat. The number of killed is not stated. Large forces of russians Are being massed together in tile neighbourhood of Kars. Cann Nading was proceeding on the 15th at various Points on the Danube. A turkish gunboat in route to Rustchak for armament was captured by a romanian Battery on the 15th. A russian corps with cavalry and artillery crossed the Danube near Patzak on the 15th and entered do Brudsche. Roumania declared War against Turkey on the 15th. A Rustchak special of the 16th says the Campaign will now proceed according to the original programme the romanian army remaining on the defensive within its own territory. The russians Are crossing the Danube at eight different Points simultaneously and pressing Forward toward the Balkans with rapidity. Another dispatch says there was a great movement among the russians at i Urgero. Large numbers of troops passed through that place following the Road to Sim Nitza. Extensive movements of the russian troops Are taking place Between Galatz and Plo Iusti. A St. Petersburg dispatch says the american officers in the service of the Khedive have refused to Bear arms against Turkey. A Battle was believed to be imminent at Batum on the kith. In Token of roman Ian a sympathy the russians Are to be allowed to Ltd pass through Bucharest. A foreign legion is being formed at constantinople. The russians deny that they were Defeated at Aukum Kaleh on the 14th. The turks arc fortifying the passes of the Balkans. Abdul Kerim is drawing All the forces from Macedonia and Albania to the Danube and the National guards throughout the South Are arming and All available i troops in arching northward. The Success of the turks and circassian insurgents in Asia is officially reported. The russian movement upon Kars has come to a stand still. The turks have captured 200 russian vessels in tile Danube Many of them wheat Laden. Persia has declared her intention not to join Russia. The russians have entered Little Wallachia. A Jassy dispatch of the 17th says 52,000 russian infantry with cavalry and artillery Are marching in the direction of Sim Nitza and it was believed the main body of the russians would attempt to Cross the Danube there. The Sultan has resolved to admit christians into the army. Several channels of the Danube about Matchin near Galatz have been closed with torpedoes by the russians. The russian Force at Galatz is estimated at 175,000. Servia it is said is ready to take the Field with 40,000 men if Russia will pay expenses. On the night of the 16th the turks in the Village of Turt Ukai made a general attack upon the christians whom they outnumbered. All the males were killed and the elder women shared the same Fate. In an action near Kars on the 16th the turks had sixty four killed. The russians lost one officer and Twenty men killed and fifty four wounded. The russians carried tw7o out works with nine guns at Arahan on the 16th. Fourteen russians were killed and Many turks. The russians were reported falling Back from Kars on the 18th. Severe fighting was reported imminent at Batum. Grants Farewell. Ohio news items. The following is the Farewell address of sex president Grant made while steaming Down the Delaware on the 17th, in route for Europe my Deak friends i was not aware that we would have so much speech-making1 Here or that it would be necessary for inc to say any More to you. But i feel that the compliments you have showered upon me were not altogether deserved. They should not All be paid to me either As a Soldier or civil officer. As general your praises do not a l belong to me As executive of tile nation they were not due to me. There is no Man that can fill both or either of these positions without the help of Good men. I selected my lieutenants when i was in both positions and they were men i believe who could have filled my place often better than i did. I never flattered myself that i was entitled to the place you gave inc. My lieutenants could have acted perhaps better than i. Had an Opportunity presented itself Sherman could have taken my place As a Soldier or in the civil service Aud so could Sheridan and others i might name. I am sure if this country Ever conies to this need again there will be men for the work. There will be men born for every emergency. Again i thank you and again i hid you Goodby and once again i say that if i had failed Sherman or Sheridan or some of my other lieutenants would have succeeded. France and Prussia. X new York May 12. George ii. Boker United states minister to Russia says in an interview7, that Germany to Day is one vast Camp. She is stronger than Ever before and better fitted for War but this has been accomplished at the Cost of Prosperity. The army is there an object and that object is to crush France so thoroughly that All idea of revenge by a ale Grande nation will he thoroughly out of the question for a generation or two. Germany could not carry out this plan had Russia been at peace for the emperor Alexander when the subject was broached to him would not hear of it and it is a fact that but for his firmness and decision the germans would have declared War Long ago. Hence in order effectually to dispose of Russia Germany was obliged to wait until that Power became involved with Turkey and to effect this the German ambassador spared no pains by urging upon the Rumpans the fact that Germany would not interfere with any programme the Czar would undertake to carry out. An agreement was reached on the 12th Between the striking Coopers and the Standard Oil company at Cleveland. The strikers return to work at the reduced rate on full time and the company Promise soon to Advance their wages. The annual session of the grand Lodge i. O. O. F., in session at Portsmouth adjourned on the 10th. The officers elected for the ensuing year Are As follows m. W. Grand master in c. Hedges Mansfield it. W. Deputy grand master George Green Troy r. W. Grand Warden s. K. Bradshaw Columbus it. W. Grand Secretary w. C. Earle Toledo it. W. Grand treasurer George d. Winchell Cincinnati. The next grand Lodge will meet in Wooster on the second tuesday in May 1878. The progeny of mrs. Pemberton children grandchildren and great grandchildren numbering seventy met at the family Homestead at Roseville on the 10th to celebrate her seventy fifth birth Day. Mrs. Pemberton has been a resident of pc by county fifty five years. Lemanuel Meitz residing near Carey Wyandot county attempted to murder his wife and child a Short time since by putting Poison into the Coffee. He fled and no Trace of his whereabouts has been discovered until the 10th, when he returned gave himself up to the authorities had a hearing before a Justice of the peace and was lodged in jail to await trial sit the next term of court. The family will recover. Do Thomas Ballard and s. S. Snyder esq., met with a terrible Accident sit Findl Siy on the 14th. They were out Riding and the horse became frightened by the is rising of sin umbrella. Or. Bail lard was thrown from the buggy and his Skull and five ribs were broken. He died on the morning of the 15th after suffering great Simony. Or. Snyder had his Arm broken and was otherwise seriously injured. In the u. S. Court at Cleveland on the 15th judge Welker rendered a decision in the Chise of John c. Pratt is. The Cincinnati Sandusky it amp Cleveland and the Sandusky City amp Indiana Railroad companies. The motion to appoint a receiver was granted and John s. Farlow received the appointment. Ile was ordered to give Bonds in the sum of $100,000, which Sis done at once and he was sworn in by the court. The Ohio Synod of the reformed German Church in the United states will meet at Orrville on the 23d. Eleven members of the senior class of the theological Seminary Are to be examined on the 22d for recommendation to the Synod for its examination and lice sure. At Fremont on the 13lh, Jerry Mulcahy struck his wife on the head with an a. Two daughters who were in the room then struck him with a stick. He then dropped the a and picked up a Kettle and struck his wife again knocking her Down. She is very Low and will probably die. Mulcahy is in jail. On the evening of the 14th mrs. Garst an aged widow lady Mother of prof. Ii. Garst of Otterburn University was found in Alum Creek Westerville by some Little boys drowned. She had been ill for a few Days and wandered off during the night. Temporary insanity was the cause of the suicide. . Little has decided that inasmuch As the legislature created a Bureau of labor statistics and failed to appropriate Money for the salary and expenses the appointee cannot draw the salary. A Little daughter aged about six years of Jefferson Bogan residing near Robinson was fatally burned on the 13th by her clothes catching fire from the stove. She lingered in intense agony until the following Day when death relieved her. Or. B. Mcwhorter Adam Snyder and Alfred Butler prominent citizens of Zaleski have been arrested for the manufacture of counterfeit Coin. The 7 were discovered through the Agency of some Young men at Athens Ohio who had obtained some of the a a queer and were showing it. They were taken to Cincinnati for examination. A considerable amount of the a a queer was found in their Possession. President receiver fallow on the Lgth made to formal demand on receiver Lea on the order of the it. S. Court for Possession of the property of the Cleveland Sandusky amp Cincinnati Railroad receiver Lea read the order and then told or. Farlow that he would not comply with it. Or. Farlow threatened to take the property by Force and or. Lea advised him not to attempt it. The shops and offices Are under guard of special policemen and the Sloane faction express a determination to a a hold the the following Are the officers of the improved order of red men in Ohio for the ensuing year elected at the grand Council at Springfield on the 15th great Sachem j. W. Underhill g. Senior Sagamore a. G. Bethard g. Junior Saga More g. M. Smart g. Chief of records Louis s. Larose g. Keeper of Wampum m. Rothschild g. Prophet Samuel Ross g. Representatives William a. Brand Paxton Coates and William j. Litten. At Middleburg on the 17th, Barney sued or was drawn under the heavy grind wheel at a Clay Mill and his body frightfully crushed. His recovery is impossible. At the Ohio Millers convention at Mansfield on the 16th, f. Schumacher of Akron was elected president. A Constitution and by Laws were adopted. The the registration Law. Following is the full text of the a a Wisconsin Fanner has some tame wild geese that Fly to the South every Winter and return Quot to him in the Spring. Registration Law passed at the last session of the legislature an act supplementary and amendatory of the act entitled a a an act to Amend secs. 2, i and 24 of an act entitled a an act to preserve tile purity of Section i. Be it enacted Fry the general Assembly of the mate of Ohio that no person shall be permitted to vote at any election unless he shall Piave been a resident of the state one year a resident of the county three Hundred Ami sixty Days and a resident of the township Village or Ward in which he resides Aud offers to vote three Hundred and fifty five Days next preceding the election provided first no person shall be prohibited from voting by reason of not having been a resident of the proper county or township Village or Ward the time above specified if such person shall have been a Bona fide resident of the comity thirty Days and of the township Village or Ward in which lie resides and offers to vote Twenty Days next preceding the election and shall have complied with the provisions and registered As required by Sec. 5 of this act prorated second that any person being the head of a family and having actually resided in the state and in the county wherein he May offer to vote the time required by this act. Who shall Bona fide remove with his family from one township Village or Ward in such county to another township Village or Ward therein shall not be required to reside in such township Village or Ward to which he shall so remove the time Quot specified in Titis Section in order to vote therein at any election except at elections for municipal officers. Ail judges of election in determining the residence of a person offering to vote shall be governed by the following rules so far As the same May be applicable first that place shall be considered the residence of a person in which his habitation is fixed without any present intention of removing therefrom and to which whenever he is absent he has the intention of returning. Second a person shall not he considered to have lost his residence who shall leave his Home and go into another state or county of this state for temporary purposes merely with an intention of returning. Third a person shall not be considered to have gained a residence in any county of this state into which he shall come for temporary purposes Stefely without tile intention of making such county his Home. Fourth if a person removes to another state with an intention to make it Bis permanent residence he shall be considered to have lost his residence in this state. Fifth if a person removes to another state with an intention of remaining there an indefinite time and As a place of present residence he shall be considered to have lost his residence in this state notwithstanding he May entertain an intention to return at some future period. Sixth the place where a married Man s family resides shall generally he considered his place of residence but. If it is a place for temporary establishment of his family or for transient objects it shall be otherwise. Seventh if a married Man has his family fixed in one place and he does business in another the former shall be considered his place of residence. Fight tin Mere intention to acquire a new residence without the fact of removal shall Avail nothing neither shall the fact of removal without the intention. Ninth if a person shall go into another state and while there exercise the right of a citizen by voting he shall he considered to have lost Bis residence in this state. Tenth All questions of the right to vote shall be heard and determined by Hie judges of elections. Who shall require at least Hie sworn testimony of an elector of Hie proper township or Ward and known to one or More of the judges As to the truth of the statements of such person whose right to vote has been challenged. Sec. 2. Trustees of townships and the councils of cities and villages forming one or More election precincts shall on the fourth monday next preceding the general elections in october of each year appoint two suitable persons of opposite politics for the registration of voters in each election precinct in such township City or Village who shall he electors of the proper election precinct Aud shall hold their office for one year and shall take an oath or affirmation to discharge their Dillies according to Law. If for any cause a Register or registers shall not be appointed or. If appointed shall be unable for any cause to discharge the duties herein enjoined or shall fail or refuse to discharge the duties of such office it shall be the duty of the clerk of the proper township or the mayor of the proper City or Village As the Case May beat any time before the beginning of said registration to fill ail such vacancies by appointment and the person or persons so appointed shall be electors of the proper election precinct and shall hold their office during the continuance of such cause and shall take an oath or affirmation to discharge the duties of such appointment according to Law. Ski. 3. The place for the registration of voters in and for every township City or Village shall be the usual places of holding elections therein. Sec. 4. Registers shall be in attendance at their respective places for the registration of voters on Hie third Friday next preceding every general election in april october and november from eight o clock a. In. Until nine of clock p. In., for the purpose of registration and if necessary to give All making application an Opportunity to Register they shall continue in attendance thereat Between the hours aforesaid for two Days. And shall personally supervise All registrations. Sec. 5. Any person to he entitled to vote under the first proviso of Sec. I shall appear before tile registers of the proper election precinct wherein lie expects to vote at tile time and place designated for the registration of voters and make Aud subscribe statement in a Book to be provided at the expense of the proper township City or Village for the purpose and kept by the Register open at All times to Public inspection and examination which statement shall contain Hie name of the last preceding place of residence of such person the voting precinct or Ward in which he expects to vote Ana the place of residence therein the Date of his removal thereto his age Aud whether married or unmarried and shall be subscribed by such person. Such statements shall he dated and numbered consecutively beginning with no. I at the beginning of each year. And the Register shall make Over his own signature. And deliver to every person so registered before him. A corresponding statement with a like number and Date which such person shall present to tile judges of election when he offers to vote. No person shall Register at any other time or place than As above designated. 8k<\ 6. That if any person or persons shall wilfully make or authorize to be made any statement herein required false in any particular or shall violate any provision of this act every such person or persons shall be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not less than Twenty nor More than three Hundred dollars or to be imprisoned in the county jail not to exceed six months or both at the discretion of the court. Sec. 7. Registers at least ten Days before any ire neral election aforesaid shall make an alphabetical list for their voting precinct of All persons Quot rape operator registered As residing therein Aud before so listed giving with each name the Date of removal to such precinct and the last preceding place of residence which list he shall forthwith Post or cause to be posted a it. Conspicuously at the usual place of holding elections in such precinct and a copy thereof with the proper number and Date of registry in each Case added lie shall deliver or cause to be delivered to tile judges of election of the proper precinct on every such election Day and before Hie opening of the polls and As persons so listed shall present the statements aforesaid evidencing their registry and vote their names shall be checked Olton said list provided any person having duly registered in any another precinct and removed As provided in the second proviso of Sec. I. To the precinct wherein he offers to vote and being otherwise qualified shall on presenting such statement of registry in such former precinct and stating under oath that the same is Tine and Correct he entitled to vote. The judges of election shall cause such disposition to be made of said lists As will Render them convenient for reference at subsequent elections. Sec. 8. Of any Register shall fail to perform any duty herein required he shall be liable to a penalty of $li0, to be recovered on complaint of any person before any court of competent jurisdiction and if any Register or judge of election shall wilfully neglect or disregard any duty herein required or make or permit to be made any registration statement or list except at the time and place and in the manner prescribed in this act or shall knowingly make or permit any person to make any false statement As aforesaid every such resister or judge of election shall be deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and on conviction thereof shall be fined or imprisoned or both As provided in Sec. To. Sec. 9. Registers shall be allowed by their respective townships cities and villages for their services under this act. Such compensation As is allowed by Law for similar services. Sec. To. The word a a Ward As used in the preceding sections for tile purposes of this act. Means. And shall he held to mean. Any municipal Ward not subdivided As hereinafter provided and any subdivision of a municipal Ward so subdivided. Sec. La. In every City of irks or More inhabitants at the preceding census having any Ward in which More than 600 ballots Are cast at any election the Council thereof shall immediately after the taking effect of this act and whenever thereafter occasion May arise Divide by ordinance every such Ward into subdivisions for election purposes of compact territory bounded by streets or alleys or both so that each subdivision shall contain As nearly As practicable 300 electors resident therein and shall designate in such ordinance As wards such divisions by letters of the alphabet in their order with the number of each municipal Ward added As for illustration Ward a. I Ward a i Ward a i Ward a. 2 Ward ii. 2, Aud so of. Of the Connell of any such City shall fail for sixty Days to Divide any such Ward so divisible for election purposes under this act the mayor of such City shall thereupon Divide Hie same in accordance herewith and give notice thereof by proclamation containing the boundaries and designation of every subdivision and the places of holding elections therein which proclamation shall be published forthwith in some newspaper published and of general circulation in such City and shall be recorded in the ordinance record thereof. Sec. 12. In every municipal Ward so subdivided All elections shall be held by and in the subdivisions thereof and the judges of election for such municipal Ward As now provided by Law shall be judges of election for Ward a thereof and such judges shall meet at the mayors office on the first monday of september of each year at ten of clock a rn., Aud shall there select and appoint one judge of election for each of the other subdivisions or wards of such municipal Ward. Tile persons so appointed shall be Freehold electors Aud residents for at least 360 Days in the Ward for which appointed. The mayor shall forthwith cause notice to he Given to each person so appointed. Aud shall cause a record to be made and kept in his office of such appointments. The person so appointed shall act As judges of elections in their proper subdivisions or wards during Tho period of one year. They shall take the same oath of office be subject to the same requirements penalties liabilities Aud disqualifications and entitled to the same compensation As other judges of election. They shall designate and appoint two clerks of election of opposite politics who shall take an Atli of office and shall per Orin All the duties and be subject to All liabilities As other clerks of elections. If any of such judges or clerks shall fail to attend at the proper time and place such judges and clerks and All additional judges and clerks shall be chosen and qualified As now provided by Law. Sec. 13. The place of holding elections in every such subdivision or Ward of any such municipal Ward so subdivided shall be designated and published by the City Council As provided by Law in other cases. Sec. 14. That during the receiving of the ballots at any voting precinct it shall be unlawful for persons to congregate together in or about such place so As to hinder or delay any elector in casting his ballot and it is the duty of the judges of elections upon complaint being made of such hindrance or delay and being satisfied that substantial grounds of complaint do exist to order All such persons to disperse and upon refusal so to disperse they shall be deemed guilty of a mis Heleanor. And shall be punished As provided in 8ec. To of this act. Sec. 15. That the judges of election shall if requested by any elector permit the respective candidates or one or More not exceeding three of their friends to be present in the room or place where the judges Are during the time of receiving and counting out the ballots. Sec. 16. Sec. I of the act entitled a an act to preserve the purity of elections a a amended april 17, 1868. And april 3, 1876, Aud All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith Alejj Jeremy repealed. Sec. 17. This act shall take effect from Aud after its passage. The Battle of Batum. London May 14. About five of clock on the morning of the Lith the russians advanced with Field artillery and made an attack upon the Heights defending Batum on the land Side occupied by the Bashi Bazoukas. The ottoman troops were entrenched and opened a terrible and Well sustained fire of Cannon and musketry which literally mowed the russians Down in swathes. They fell by scores and hundreds on the Plain below the turkish positions. During their attempts to make Way against this fire the body of the turkish horse and foot taking advantage of the thick Forest broke Forth upon the flank of the russian column and effected great Slaughter the muscovites being upon ground perfectly open and having no Choice but to fight or Fly in a Short time the spot which was the scene of this flank movement became covered with dead and dying russians. The latter quickly brought up reinforcements and the Battle was renewed with much determination. For hours the efforts of the assailants were desperately maintained but toward midday their artillery fire gradually slackened and they at length withdrew after suffering considerable losses. An Eye witness of this engagement testifies that the ottoman soldiers behaved admirably. They had however during a great part of the action advantage of entrenchments on High ground and it is due to this fact no doubt that their losses compared to the russians were insignificant. The Telegraph s Batum dispatch of the 12th says a a the Victory was won by the extraordinary courage of the Bashi Bazoukas. The dead and wounded russians exceed 4,000. The engagement lasted Over eight hours actual fighting. The last of the russians did not withdraw until near Midnight. The russians lost Many guns. The Only turkish officer of note killed is Khalim Bey major of the Forest fires. Woods Falls n. Y., May 16 the terrible Forest fires raging in this Vicinity have Renden d hundreds of families homeless. A Stackpole forge cannons Corners and Centerville where the fires rage the fiercest the people Are fleeing in every direction frequently barely escaping with their lives. At the latter place Twenty seven dwellings with barns attached to most of them six sawmills two stores and one Church were swept away also a Large Quantity of lumber including Over half a million finished shingles. The fires Are still raging Over an immense arca of Woodland with no signs of rain to quench them. The entire property of Stackpole a forge was swept away. Mills charcoal kilns dwellings stores and their contents Are consumed. The Telegraph wires Are upon the ground Railroad trains Are running cautiously while at the spot where the Central Mills formerly stood All communication is Cut off. At Ellenburg the fire has raged All Day Long in the Woods not More than a mile from town. Last night the Tele reported the fire still burning but no wind blowing. Three quarters of a million dollars Worth of property has been destroyed at Clinton Mills. An Appeal has been made to All charitable persons for food and clothing for the unfortunates. At Champlain Large quantities of provisions and necessary clothing Are being contributed by the citizens. The entire country is enveloped in a dense smoke. It is stated there were Many families living in the Woodlands where the fires have raged so fearfully and that undoubtedly Many persons have perished while attempting to save their Homes. At Altona Forest Iona Woods Falls and Ellenburg people were last night watching three hours. At Dannemora fears Are entertained that the fire will spread into the thick forests in that immediate neighbourhood. I Quot teen cents per line for local in Reading matter ten cents per line for local notices first insertion and live cents per line each subsequent insertion ten cents per line Tor special notices first insertion and 3jc. Per line each subsequent insertion. Marriage and death notices free. Obituaries Are cents per line. Body rushed Forward. The Steamer Coin yer decorated with the symbols of a1 lands in Bunting approached the wharf As the boat touched the Dock the bands played salutes were fired the crowd Hur Rahed and the steamboats screamed Welcome to King carnival a portly gentleman of Middle height very fair complexion with blonde hair and Beard. He wore a hat of Black velvet with White plume and he Wras otherwise resplendent in purple and Ermine. With him were the grand Turk and Khedive of Egypt gorgeously arrayed. In front of the custom House wharf the King and his companions entered their carriages and the procession started up Battery place. The Van was mounted policemen followed by a band who in their turn were followed by marshals on horseback. Then came the King. The Industrial chariots fell into line from the Side streets. Nearly All the trades were represented from the makers of clothing to the makers of Axle grease. The Brewers were out in Force with tableau cars and living representatives of Gambrinus. A printing House sent out a Little printing office on wheels the printers Devil therein being provided with horns and a Tail. The March continued up Broadway to fourteenth Street and thence through fourth Avenue to seventeenth Street and the grand stand where the procession was reviewed. The display was a very creditable one of its kind and the Bright flags and fanciful costumes of some of the principal performers Lent plenty of color to the picture. The night pageant was the grand feature of the festival. The efforts of the carnival association to make the Tableaux perfect met with great Success. The main feature was the representation of american history accompanied by a Motley display of King carnivals merry followers illuminated with lanterns torches coloured fires Etc. The crowds were great everywhere. Hundreds of thousands were estimated to be present. Windows along the line of March brought fabulous prices and were All eagerly engaged. Housetops and Stoops were All covered with spectators. General Good feeling and Gayety prevailed. The procession started from forty second Street and fifth Avenue and marching Down the Avenue to Waverly place turned into Broadway and proceeded to Gilmore a Garden transformed into a Royal Palace where the King and his retinue held out the night. High carnival through Woodville. A ll., May 16. Nearly the whole Side of the White mountains from Lancaster Coos county to the Crawford House and Fabyan House Carroll county Are on fire. To Day the fire is raging fiercer than Ever. Yesterday the whole town of Whitefield fought the fire All Day Long to save the Village and the Large lumber Mills belonging to the Brown lumber company. The loss is confined to Timber fences Etc. Another fire yesterday on the Browns lumber Road Whitefield destroyed 200 cords of Wood. The fire at new zealand near the Fabyan House yesterday destroyed the Wood and Coal works of Henry Joy Vic Baldwin who lost Over 6,000 cords of Wood besides valuable Timber. The engines and cars of the mount Washington Railroad Are stored at the base of the Mountain and Are considered to be in great danger. The engineers have been ordered there to get them on the track and ready to move if necessary. Portsmouth n. Ii., May 16. A Forest fire tw7o Miles wide is raging near South Berwick me., and is rapidly progressing eastward. Green Bay win., May 16. The Spring fires in the Woods North of this Point arc raging frightfully along the line of the northw7estern Railroad and it is now almost one continuous Blaze from Marietta wis., to Ishpeming mich., a distance of 129 Miles. The fire extends Back at some places in the Forest a distance of from twelve to fifteen Miles. The Northwestern Railroad lost 130 cords of Wood yesterday and the Quincy mine lost 5,000 cords. Several Small houses have been burned. The loss on Pine Timber is heavy. Rain alone will Stop the flames and prevent further losses which even now aggregate hundreds of thousands of dollars. Watertown n. Y., May 18. Harrowing accounts of suffering and destitution come from the Burnt District in Clinton county. A Large tract of Rich farming country is swept clean of buildings fences Trees and Stock. The crops put in the ground were destroyed. The people Are utterly destitute helpless and without resources. King carnival at new York. A handkerchiefs and in designs and colors. Neckties match new York May 15. New Virk to Day looked As if a continent had poured its population within the City a limits to Welcome King carnival. Early this morning crowds began to gather in Broadway and to select available positions for sight seeing on porches of Banks and business houses. The windows balconies roofs and tops of doorways All along Broadway were occupied by spectators. By eleven of a Locc that Street was abandoned to the retainers of the King and Down Broadway the chariots of Rex Strain began to come on their Way to meet the Monarch at the Battery where great numbers of people had assembled to witness the arrival from some mysterious Shore of the mystical King. At inst there was a shout and every the Romance in the life of Commodore Vanderbilt a widow. The widow of the late Commodore Vanderbilt was a miss Crawford of Georgia before her marriage. She has some first cousins in Virginia and with one of these before her marriage with the Commodore she had become very favourably impressed. He was a Young m. D. They met they corresponded and it was generally believed by their Mutual friends that they would marry. The commodores millions intervened however she became mrs. Vanderbilt and the Young Virginia doctor married a Beautiful and accomplished Young lady of his native county. The doctors Young wife died giving birth to her first child the child soon following her. Left thus free again the doctor remained a widower As he still is. Since the death of the Commodore the Virginia doctor and mrs. Vanderbilt have renewed their interrupted intimacy and correspondence and it is reported by those who ought to know that when a decent interval has elapsed from the demise of Tho Commodore the cousins will be United in marriage. Both the lady and gentleman in this Case of True love triumphant have acted with the utmost propriety and the friends of both can rejoice with unalloyed satisfaction in their ultimate Union. The Virginia doctor although not very wealthy has a decent competence and a Fine a Cor. Chicago times. Putting hi3 horse to bed. In a Book written by maj. Charles loft us formerly of the Royal Navy and late of the Coldstream guards occurs the following passage his Uncle asks a a a where Are you going a a i am going to Lay my horse a i replied. A Lay your horse a he said a what do you mean a in two minutes i explained. Of a said he a i should like to see that performance a and jumping up he was followed by All the gentlemen to the stables. A now How is this done a the grooms were bedding up their horses. I walked up to mine and commenced by patting him on the neck and talking to him in soft Low tones. He began pawing first with one fore foot then with the other and evidently knew me and my voice. Taking a snaffle bridle i put it on pulled him gently Back into the stall rubbed my hand up and Down on his Knees and then putting my Mouth to his ear whispered into it As if talking to him. He began immediately to move and bending his Knees slowly let himself Down on his near Side i at the same timekeeping Well Clear of him while i still patted him on the neck. When i took the bridle off he settled for the night. A now a said i a he a Safe and will sleep All night. Come away a they were astonished. A Why a said my Uncle a i shall Send you to ast Lcy a Amphitheater and make your Fortune. Where did you learn this a a from my own Groom a i the Rockford disaster. Rockford May 14. Two More bodies were taken out of the ruins yesterday those of a h. Hallen Beck and Frederick Hough but were so terribly crushed mangled and dismembered As to be totally unrecognizable and sickening to the sight. Rockford 111., May 16. Before the coroners jury to Day Richardson testified that the bearing Power of the piers was about seventy tons each yet there was a weight of 130 tons on the pier when it fell and figuring All unusual strains in storms there would sometimes be 250 tons weight on each. A he is a vegetable dealer in Danbury. A Lank personage spying his exhibit of radishes asked a a How much be them a Bunch a a a Twenty a a Twenty cents a repeated the citizen in astonishment. A a Twenty cents for a Little Bunch like them Why they ainu to Worth ten it was now the Vendery a turn to be amazed. A what Are you talking a bout a he demanded with asperity. A a offering ten cents for a Bunch of radishes guess you ainu to heard of the War in Europe Hev yes was the sarcastic . A letter from one tramp to another was picked up in Fairhaven vt., the other Day which closed As follows a a u wont Ketch me in this stat agin my advise to u in to go Back to York stat Scep Clere of Vermont fur it in not a Good hum for a Sens Tiv

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