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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1877, Cambridge, Ohio Lie Cambridge news. Published every thursday Cambridge Guernsey county Ohio. I. Of Haines publisher perms of subscription. A or one War of paid within the year.$2 of if not paid until after the year expires. 2 50 paper discontinued until All the arrearage lid except at the option of the publisher. A very Large circulation. No Are a Cambridge news. Vol. . 25. Cambridge Ohio thursday november 29 1877. $2.00 in or annul. The Cambridge news. Advertising rates. Spack. S in. In. I jest one Quarter column. $12 50 17 50 90 of 40 of $18 75 25 of 31 50 60 of $80 00 40 0 50 of too of one third column. One half column. One column. Fifteen cents per line for local in Reading matter ten cents per line for local notices first insertion and fire cents per line each subsequent insertion ten cents per line Tor special notices first insertion and 3%c. Per line each subsequent insertion. Marriage and death notices free. Obituaries flee cents per Une. Business cards. A. Coom. News of tue week. Ors. Cooper amp Jefferson dentists Cambridge Ohio. _ a office on West Market Street Over Shoffner a Beymer a store. Teeth extracted without pain by the ups of nitrous oxide or laughing . Mar4-�?T75-tf 66 Thompson s. Crow proprietor of Farmers hotel on Mill Street one Square South of win. Rainey amp son s dry goods store. May 3d, �?T77-tf j. C. Ferbrache livery and Sale stable in the rear of times building. solicited. Accommodations Good oct Cambridge Ohio. Morton Housey formerly Starr hotel Joseph Morton a. Proprietor West Side Public Square Cambridge Ohio. New pleasant and convenient. Act 29-78 Exchange hotel formerly the Warner House Ald w e us Ohi o. Thomas i i o to proprietor. Jug a this la use has been newly refitted and re furnish red. Thorough attention will be Given to the a Coimo nation Aud Comfort of guests. May 24, 1877-tf. Is jew factory. Fine William a. Carr Boot and shoe maker Cambridge Ohio. 5"shop in Rainey a building on Mill St making and repairing sewed Murk a specially in of j. Woodford livery feed and Sale stable on Pine Street North of main. Persons arriving on the cars or any other taken to All Points of Guernsey county on the shortest notice. Ap22-�?T75-tf t. Ii. Anderson j. D. Taylor. Taylor amp Anderson attorneys at Law feb office adjoining the Taylor Block. 20 76 we. M. Biens 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. Manny 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. Do k. Kyles Marble 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 and Quality. Marble and Blate mantles. Mayji-75-tf at Mackey Sart Callery 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 29-74 a. F. Hubert Boot and shoe manufacturer and dealer in leather and finding. Work put up to order and warranted. Two do it is ast of tobacco a tory main St., april 19, 1877. Cambridge o. Mrs. Sarah Jane Moss is prepared to clean and color clothing for ladies and gentlemen braid hair and make switches to order. Combines straightened. Jan 76 Ambridge o. I Nisi or. C. Sweet is t Cumberland Ohio. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Quot harmless dec. 28, 1876-tf Lambert Thomas. Lambert Thomas amp co., produce Aud Wool commission merchants 139 North water Street and 148 Delaware wharf Philadelphia a. June 15-7 Kirk House formerly Grant House Comer of Market and fourth Street. W. A. 8. M. Kirk proprietors inns 15-74 Zanesville Ohio. X. A Rimol. Congressional. Senate nov. 19.�?a number of Bills were introduced and referred. The Resolution pro Riding for a committee of five senators to in quire into the alleged discrepancies in the books and accounts of the Treasury department was agreed to. The Senate receded from its amendments to the army appropriation Bill which were non concurred in by the House and passed the Bill. The Bill to enable indians to become citizens was taken up and pending discussion an executive session was held and the Senate adjourned. of the Paris exposition Bill was resumed in committee of the in Hole and on a motion to strike out the enacting clause of the Bill which would be equivalent to its rejection 8ti�?All democrats voted in the affirmative and 133 in the negative. Without disposing of the Bill the House adjourned. Senate nov. 20.�?a number of Bills were introduced and referred. The Bill to enable indians to become citizens was discussed at length and further consideration postponed until Dee. next. Thurman Ohio submitted a Resolution that the committee on privileges and elections be discharged from further consideration of butlers credentials As senator from South Carolina. Objection was made and the Resolution went Over. Adjourned. Bill appropriating $150,000 for representation of the United states at the Paris exposition was passed�?139 to 124. A petition from Philadelphia National Banks Trust and saving fund companies against the unlimited circulation of Silver Coin was referred. Adjourned. Senate nov. 21.�?several private Bills were discussed and consideration of the Resolution to discharge the election committee from further consideration of the credentials of Butler As senator from South Carolina was resumed. Speeches were made in favor thereof by Hill and Bayard and in opposition by Mitchell Wadleigh and Hoar and then a motion to go into executive session was agreed to�?30 to 29. The House Bill to authorize free coinage of the Standard Silver Dollar and to restore its Legal tender character with amendments was reported from the finance committee and placed on the Calendar. Adjourned the entire session was spent in committee of the whole considering the deficiency appropriation Bill $1,250,000. A few amendments were agreed to and the Bill was reported to the House but without action an adjournment was taken. Senate nov. 22.�?the House joint Resolution in regard to the Paris exposition was placed on the Calendar. A Resolution to Lay on the table the motion to discharge the elections committee from further consideration of the credentials of Butler As senator from South Carolina was rejected�?29 to 32�?Davis i Conover flu and Patterson s. A voting with the democrats in the negative. Debate followed upon a motion to Amend the original Resolution by inserting Kellogg a name. Rejected�?30 to 31. An amendment to postpone the ease of Butler and direct the committee to report in the matter of Kellogg and spot Ford was rejected�?30 to 32. An amendment to discharge the committee from further consideration of the credentials of Kellogg spot Ford Butler and Corbin was rejected�?30 to 32. A motion to adjourn until the 26th resulted in a tie vote Conover voting with the republicans therefor. The vice president voted in the affirmative and the Senate adjourned until the 26th. Bill was introduced to create postal savings Banks. The deficiency Bill was passed. The Bill to repeal the resumption act was taken up and Ewing Ohio in a lengthy speech which was listened to with the closest attention on both sides of the chamber closed the debate. Without further action the House adjourned. House nov. 23.�?consideration of the Bill to repeal the resumption act was resumed and or. Fort spoke in advocacy of his substitute. Or. Crittenden replied to Ewing a speech of the previous Day. The various amendments fourteen were Defeated most of them without division. The amendment to add a new Section to the Bill providing that debts for wages be payable Only in Coin or Legal tender notes was defeated�?127 to 129. The vote Fin forts substitute for Ewing a Bill was then taken resulting 133 to 120�?and tin Bill was passed. The vote was in detail As follows yeas Atkins. Baker in Banning Bayne ik-11. Blackburn Bland Boone. Baggy Brogden Browne Buckner Cabell Caldwell t by Caldwell ten Calkins Cannon Carlisle Chalmers Clark Bclark to Clymer Cobb Collins. Cook. Cravens Crittenden. Culberson Davidson Davis n. Ca. Dibrell. Dickey. Douglas Durham. Ellen Elam. Errett. Evans <8., Ewing Felton Finley Forney fort Franklin Fuller Gardner Garth. Geddings Glover Goode Gunter. Hamilton. Hanna Harris ga., Harris va., Harrison. Hartridge Hartwell Haskell. Hatcher. Haven Hankie Henry Hewitt Ala., Herbert. Hooker. House Hunter. Hunton. Humphreys. Jones Ala. Jones Ohio Kelley Henna Lillinger. Knapp Knott. Ligon Mackey. Maish Manning. Marsh. Martin Mckenzie Mcmahon Mills. Morgan Muldrow Oliver Phelps Phillips. A Demore pea Reagan Hedley Rice Ohio. Riddle. Robbins Roberts Robertson t Vijh. Robinson ind Ryan. Kapp Sayler. Beales. Shelley Singleton Slemons Smith Sparks Springer Steele Thompson Throckmorton. Tiv ton Townshend 111.tucker Turner til Rev Vance. Van Vorhees Waddle Walker Walsh White it White it ind. I. Whitthone Williams Al Willis by Wilson Wright Yates young�?133. Nays Aldrich Bacon. Bagley Baker n. A Ballou Banks Beebe Benedict. Bisbee Blair Boyd. Brentano Brewer Briggs. Burchard Burdick Cain Camp. Campbell Chittenden Claflin a Lark n. A Lark Iowa Ole. Conger. Covert Cox Ohi Crapo Cummings Cutler Danford i it Avis Cal Deering. ,Dwight. Kames. Diekhoff. Ellsworth. Evans Foster Freeman Frye. Garfield Gibson. Hale Lardin Berg. Harmer. Harris mass. Hart. Hendee Henderson. Hewitt n. . Hubbell. Hungerford Ittner. James Jones n. A Jorgensen Joyce Keightley Kimmell Landers Lapham Lathrop i it Onard Lindsey Lockwood luring Luttrell Mayham. Mccook. Mcgowan Mckinley Metcalf Mitchell. Monroe Morrison Morse Muller Norcross. Of Neill Overton Pacheco Page Patterson peddle Potter Pound Powers Price Pugh Quinn Rainey. Randolph Reed Rice mass. Robinson mass Ross Sampson Schleicher. Sha Lien Berger Sinnickson. Stinger. Stewart. Stone Mic Thornburg Townsend Ohio hit Warner Watson. Welch Williams Mic Williams n. A Williams win Williams or Willis n. Willets Wood trend 120. Cox and k itch a in who would have voted no were paired with Keifer and Lynda and there were some half dozen absentees unpaired who would have voted no. Butler did not vote at All. Adjourned to the 27th. Have been extended cannot hereafter be relied on As a basis of Hope for like action and a rigorous execution of sentences imposed by courts martial May be expected. The House committee on elections has deferred taking the final vote upon the Colorado ease until next session. Gen. Sherman was before the military committee of the House on the 21st and stated that the present military Force on the mexican Vinier is insufficient to protect the lives and property of citizens and recommended its increase. A letter Luis been received from capt. Tyson in command of the Arctic expedition dated sept. 29, announcing his Safe arrival at noun Tilicek Harbor Cumberland Gulf. The Senate committee on privileges and elections on the 22d closed the evidence in the Kellogg Spofford ease. The vote of vice president Wheeler in the Senate on the 22d to adjourn until the 26th was the first instance since Fillmore presided Over the Senate in 1849 of a vice president easting a deciding vote on a political question. On the 23d the Senate committee on privileges and elections adopted by a party vote of six to three a Resolution to report to the Senate that w. P. Kellogg is and h. M. Spot Ford is not entitled to a seat in the u. S. Senate from Louisiana for a term of six years from March 4, 1877. The Senate committee on foreign relations will report favourably of the nomination of ii. W. Hilliard of Georgia to be minister to Brazil and unfavourably on the nomination of la. S. Sanford of Florida to be minister to Belgium. At a caucus of Republican senators on the 23d a Resolution was unanimously adopted that the Senate should not adjourn while any executive business is on its docket or Iii the hands of any committee. Senators Thurman Eaton and Armstron announce that they will vote for the confirmation of no Democrat appointed to office by the president. The other democratic senators Are in favor of members of their party getting All they Ean. Ing the governor of the territory with dishonest speculation in territorial warrants. Col. Crittenden a. S. Marshal for Kentucky reported on the 23d that two men arrested in Wayne county on the 12th, charged with violating the Revenue Law and lodged in the county jail at Monticello Wake taken therefrom on the night of the 15th by a body of masked men who forced the sheriff to open tile jail and release the prisoners. A few Days previous a mob severely whipped Granville Bru Minnitt in Wayne county and threatened him with death if he Ever again dared to assist a u. S. Marshal. He left the county. Another assistant of the marshal William Cox was also whipped by a mob and lied the county. U. S. Commissioner Tuttle was insulted Ami abused by a mob on the 18th and compelled to leave his Home. Many of the mob Are members of the a a Moonshine fraternity. On the 23d the soldiers surrounded the Keef s mine near Central City d. T., and closing All the openings except the main Shaft smoked the miners out with Sulphur. All the miners were arrested. The Central National Bank of Chicago will go into liquidation. Its officers claim that depositors will be paid in full. A san Antonio Tex dispatch of the 23d says Gen. Ord has received an official copy of the order of president Diaz of Mexico to repel invasions by u. S. Troops by Force. Gen. Trevino has been ordered with a Large Force to the Border to carry out the order. E. Harter Joffri. J. W. Lippincott proprietor of the be Sclier House Cor. Broadway and South streets Quaker City Ohio. J3?&Quot this is one of the Best arranged houses in Eastern Ohio. Guests will receive every attention necessary to their Comfort. April 12, �?T77-tf Fairview House Fairview Ohio. J. F. Dubois proprietor. This House is newly fitted up and Kent 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 making and repairing Wagon of All sizes and patterns. They also invite attention to the facilities for Seco Zno and the other thousand and on things Mads St the blacksmiths shop. Mccollum a Mckinney mar23-�?T75-tf South end Mill Street Washington. The opponents of the Silver Bill think there is a Good Prospect that the Bill will be smothered in the committee for the rest of this session. The Senate on the 19th confirmed the appointments of Chauncey i. Filled postmaster of St. Louis Alonzo Bell assistant Secretary of the Interior George w. Howe collector of the Cuya hoga District Ohio and h. L. Hart of Ohio As an Indian agent in Arizona. Col. Robert Ingersoll informed Secretary Evarts on the 19th that he did not want the Berlin Mission. A the nominations of Sanford to be minister to Belgium and Hilliard of Georgia to be minister to Brazil were considered by the Senate Ommittee on foreign relations on the 20th, but definite action was postponed. The National woman suffrage association has called a sixteenth amendment convention of All woman suffrage associations in the United states to be held at Washington Jan 8 1878. A president Hayes on the 20th signed the army appropriation Hill. In a general order issued by Gen. Sherman on the 20th he says the president is much concerned to find before him for action the proceedings of courts martial in several eases where officers have been tried for violating the article of War which provides that any officer found drunk on duty shall be dismissed he service. The president desires it to be understood that any clemency which May heretofore the East. Fort Edward Institute fort Edward n. Y., was burned on the evening of the 19th. Nearly 200 students were in attendance and most of them lost their clothing and Money. Nothing was saved. Loss $125,000 insurance $90,-000. The extensive rubber factory of l. Candee amp co., at new Haven conn., was burned on the 19th. A number of the workmen were badly injured and it is feared some perished in the flames. The works covered three acres of ground and 500 girls and 300 men were employed. Loss $500,000. The Pittsburgh grand jury which had the july riots under consideration made their re port on the 19th. The refusal of the state officials to testify they say reduced the scope of the investigation to narrow limits. Of the firing by the military they say a pistol was fired from the crowd and some stones were thrown and without orders the soldiers fired and killed ten citizens. Twenty two were killed in the two Days. This the jury characterize As unauthorized Wanton and wilful killing by the soldiers. The a say the whole military operation from first to last was a miserable Blunder. They deny that the Cit zeus were in sympathy with the mob and reject the doctrine that the City or county should for damages inflicted by a mob excited to violence by the unlawful acts of the state military. The arrival Days after the people had suppressed the disturbances of several thousand civic soldiery headed by the commander in chief of Penn Sylvania with seven major generals a Host of brigadier and staffs far exceeding in number the array that followed Sherman to the sea the presence of these troops Days after All danger was passed the jury say was intended As a threat to the citizens and a Mark of contumely to the county. This grand jury has returned indictments against nearly Kwh persons accused of participation in the riots. William s. Taylor a produce merchant of Albany n. Y., who had been indicted for forgery pleaded guilty on the 20th and was sentenced to five years hard labor in the Penitentiary. The official returns of the late election in new Jersey show the following vote for governor Mcclellan dem., 97,830 Newell rep., 85.120 Hoxey Greenback 4,588 Bingham Temperance 1,385. Col. Henry r. Sibley convicted at Boston of forgery has been sentenced to four years imprisonment and one Days solitary confinement. Brotherton who was convicted at Auburn n. Y., of the murder of Moon will be Hung Jan. 17, 1878. Barr the convict who killed keeper Coster has been sentenced to imprisonment for life. James r. Hawkins coloured was hanged at Towson town md., on the 23d for an atrocious assault on Ida Schaller a school girl last april. The tenth National Bank of new York City goes into liquidation. The examination of Deacon Ezra p. Smith and mrs. Champlin at Middlebury vt., for poisoning the deacons wife resulted in their being held for trial. On the 23d Huntzinger former president of the miners Trust company Bank of Pottsville pa., and Albert his son cashier charged with conspiracy to defraud the prothonotary of Schuylkill county a depositor out of $24,-000, were found guilty after a trial of fifteen weeks. Foreign intelligence. The Council of the Vatican has decided that no Power can veto the conclave selection of the Popes successor. The action of the French Senate on the 19th on the Resolution to order an inquiry into the election shows that the Senate has virtually abandoned the Cabinet and a Paris correspondent telegraphs that unless the president governs with the majority the Senate May he regarded As having abandoned him. On the 20th three London detective police inspectors Meiklejohn due Scovish and Palmer and solicitor Froggatt having been found guilty of conspiracy to defeat t he ends of Justice were sentenced to two years imprisonment each. The French ministers of finance and Commerce enjoin their subordinates not to assist the electoral abuses committee Iii any manner. The London times says of the situation in France that the parties Are arrayed against each other like army against army. The Steamer Stra Htay from Montreal for Aberdeen has been lost at sea. The Captain and Crew were saved. Gambetta has been elected president of the budget committee of the French House of deputies. The Pope is very feeble. He received some French pilgrims on the 20th and spoke a few words with great difficulty. He was carried into the room by four men. Difficulties Are experienced in forming the new French Cabinet particularly in relation to the ministers of the Interior and Justice. Forty two prefects have resigned. There is great excitement in american circles in Shanghai in consequence of the conviction of o. B. Bradford formerly u. S. Vice Consul general at Shanghai on the charge of opening and copying letters sent through the u. S. Mails for the purpose of making their contents known to minister g. F. Seward. After a Long and elaborate trial g. Wiley Wells the newly arrived Consul general delivered sentence a Fine of $250 and imprisonment for Twenty Days. The new French ministry Are As follows president of the Council and minister of War gun. Grimaude de Roch bouet minister of foreign affairs Marquis de Banneville minister of the Interior de Melehe minister of Justice be Pelletier minister of finance do Tell Eul minister of Commerce Ozenne minister of Public works Graeff minister of Public instruction Faye minister of Marine Admiral Roussin. The English Premier has informed the russian minister that if Adrianople be taken and constantinople be jeopardized there May be such an outcry in England As to make War on the part of that country inevitable. The greek ministry have resigned and the King refuses to accept their resignations. Advices from Mexico on the 23d say the provisions in the new treaty demanded by the United states Are such that no government claiming individual sovereignty can submit to them. The Church party Are engaged in creating enmity against the United states. The Eastern War. Tile capture of Kars. London nov. 19. A Veran Kaleh special says Kars was captured by about 15,000 russians who climbed the Steep rocks ramparts and Walls and stormed an equal number desperately fighting the turks in their headlong flight Over their ditches and parapets compelling them to die or surrender. The Escalade had been originally fixed for the 13th, but it was postponed owing to the bad weather. Pile principal attack was made on the Southern forts. Gen. Lazarett who commanded the right Wing consisting of the Fortieth division assaulted Hafiz Pasha a fort crowning the Steep Rocky height. Gen. Grabbe with a regiment of Moscow grenadiers and a regiment of the thirty ninth division attacked Hafiz Pasha in the Center of the Shauli takes and Gen. Tobia the three towers and the Citadel. The Arahan brigade and another regiment of Moscow grenadiers under Gens. Roop and Comaroff forming the left Wing assaulted fort Inglis on the North. The Citadel fort Smarri and fort Hafiz Pasha were carried by As Sault. The attack began in the Center at 8 30 saturday evening when count Grabbe led his brigade against the Shauli redoubt and he himself fell dead at the first Onset pierced by a Bullet. Capt. Kwad Micki of the thirty ninth regiment was the first to enter the redoubt at eleven of clock at night. His sword was Cut clean out of his hand ant his clothes pierced. The redoubt surrendered Early in the morning and then the three towers almost simultaneously with the capture of the Khan i redoubt. By Daylight sunday Gen. Lazaretos troops had made Progress As far As the capture of fort Karadag. The other forts especially Arab tabla on the East and Tamah tabla on the West maintained a stubborn resistance until eight of clock when All the Garrison which could escape fled toward Erze Roum but these were subsequently overtaken by dragoons and cossacks and brought Back prisoners. Three Hundred Cannon stores ammunition Etc., fell into the russian hands. The turks lost 5, xxx killed and wounded to xxx prisoners and Many flags. In he russian loss was about 2,700. The russian soldiers made but trifling Booty and spared the peaceful citizens women and children. Gen. Milnikoff directed the Battle during the Day. The grand Duke Michael was present also. The former entered the City at 1 10 sunday morning. Report of the commissioner of internal Revenue. War notes. The turkish forces in Bulgaria number 210, xxx and the russian 280,000. The russian main army in Asia is advancing on Erze Rouin. Moukhtar Pasha when summoned to surrender replied that the place would be held to the last extremity by order of the Sultan. Gen. Melikoff will command the besieging Force. Seventeen thousand men have been detached from the Kars army to assist at tile siege of Plevna. There was heavy fighting on the Lorn on the 19th, the Battle lasting from nine in the morning until six in the evening. The russian outposts were driven in and the turks occupied and burned Siergos but were compelled finally russian attack on Kadiko West and South. The Confederate Monument at Chattanooga tenn., completed and ready to erect was defaced beyond repair by some unknown persons during the night of the 17th. A committee of the miners holding Possession of the keets mine near Central City d. T., waited on the authorities on the 19th and proposed to abandon the property if assured of immunity from criminal prosecution. The proposal was refused. Official returns Complete from the Wisconsin election give Smith re for governor 78,753 Mallory dem70,842 Allis greenback26,163. The jury in the Case of Bob Drury for killing his Uncle Deputy u. S. Marshal Gibson at Memphis last summer was discharged on the 20th after being locked up for Over two weeks and timing unable to agree. The National Grange met at Cincinnati on the 21st. Delegates were present from All the states. The executive committee advise the discontinuance of general agencies and that the Grange establish wholesale and retail stores on the co operative principle also advise the discontinuance of Grange lectures. Tile third National Bank of Chic ago will suspend business and go into liquidation. Its liabilities Are Given As $2,742,707 and its assets $2,11x1,907, besides the personal liability of the stockholders representing $750,000. The Bank suffered heavily in the panic of 1873, and its deposits have since decreased from Over $4,-000, xxx to $1,164, xxx. The u. S. Soldiers ordered to assist the sheriff of Central City d. T., in regaining Possession of the keeps mine held by the miners arrived at that place on the 21st, and the officers in charge with the sheriff made a demand on the men to come out. The answer was returned a we will stay As Long As we the soldiers were then ordered up but no collision had occurred up to the 22d. Gen. Canales has called the attention of the u. S. Authorities to the fact of the existence in Texas near the Rio Grande of a Camp of armed mexicans who Are evidently preparing to Cross and asking that the u. S. Government cause the neutrality Laws to be enforced against those who Are undoubtedly using the territory of Texas to organize a revolutionary movement in Mexico. Indictments have been returned against the Sioux Falls d. pantograph and Dakota Herald for alleged libellous publications charge to withdraw was repulsed. The romanian batteries on the 20th sunk a turkish Steamer above Kalafat. Operations near Rustchak indicate a disposition on the part of the turks to attempt a repetition of Mehemet a bus tactics for relieving Plevna by threatening the care Witch a army and the Crossings of the Danube. Servia Bas strongly protested to the Porte against aggressions of Basin Bazoukas. Martial Law has been proclaimed throughout the Servian Frontier provinces. A russian Telegram of the 23d says Osman Pasha Bas opened negotiations for the surrender of Plevna. A dispatch from constantinople on the 23d says the peace party is increasing but no definite overtures have yet been put Forth for fear of an humiliating refusal from Russia. Moukhtar Pasha when summoned to evacuate Erze Roum and informed of the fall of Kars replied that lie would hold the place to the last. The Silver Bill. Washington nov. 21. The following1 is the full text of the Silver Bill As amended by the committee on finance and reported to the Senate to Day an act to authorize the free coinage of a Standard Silver Dollar and to restore to it its Legal tender character. Section i. Be it enacted. Etc. That there shall be coined at the several mints of the United states Silver dollars of the weight of 412 4 grains Silver As provided in the act of january 1837, on which shall be devices and superscription provided by such act which coins together with All the Silver dollars heretofore coined by the United states of like weight Ami fineness shall he Legal tender at their nominal value for All debts and dues. Public and private except where otherwise provided by contract and the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed out of any Money in the Treasury and not otherwise appropriated to Purchase from time to time Silver Bullion at the Market Price thereof not less than $2,000,000 per month nor More than $4,000,000 per month and cause the same to be coined into such dollars and any gain or seigniorage arising from this coinage shall be accounted for and paid into the Treasury As provided under the existing Laws relating to the subsidiary coinage provided that the amount of Money at any one time invested in such Silver Bullion exclusive of such resulting Coin shall not exceed $5,000,000. Bec. 2. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act Are hereby repealed. A when a Dill with a title As Long As tie body of the Bill itself is presented in the House everybody says at once a a there a a new member a and the eyes of Delaware and other eyes Are at once riveted on the unfortunate Washington Star. Washington nov. 21. The commissioner of internal Revenue has handed in his report to Secretary Sherman. It shows during the fiscal year 4,952 distilleries registered and 4,510 operated. The net aggregate increase of receipts from the several sources relating to distilled spirits for the fiscal year Are a j3,344. An abstract is Given of the reports of District attorneys for the fiscal year showing the whole number of suits commenced 5,828 suits decided in favor of the United states 3,327 suits decided against the United states 605 suits settled or dismissed 3,046 suits pending july i 1877, 6.085. A statement is made showing a falling off in the total amount assessed in the year 1877 of $1.70-1,.�?~124 from the amount assessed in the previous year an amount almost equal to the decrease of assessments on a single article of distilled spirit s seized or fraudulently removed on which there was assessed in 1877 $1,707,299 less than Iii 1876, in which year very Large assessments were made on account of the stupendous frauds committed by distillers in various parts of the country and discovered in the latter part of the year 1875. The tax on deposits capital and circulation of Banks Etc., in the fiscal year ended june 30, 1877, was $93,437 less than in the previous year a decrease which must be accounted for by the general depression of business prevailing in the past year and to which Many Banks and particularly savings institutions were compelled to succumb. It should however to remembered that the amount reported in 1876 showed an unusual increase $211,852, of the tax on the current banking business of that year Over previous years. The amount assessed on tobacco snuff and cigars removed from factory unstamped shows the Large increase of $314,505 Over the amount assessed in the previous year the amount so assessed in is 7 being about four times the amount assessed in 1876, to wit $419, 8. It is True that assessments equating in amount this excess were made against certain manufacturers in Virginia and North Carolina on tobacco alleged to have been fraudulently removed nearly fifteen months prior to the Date of assessments and that additional evidence was subsequently filed upon which an abatement of a Large part of the assessments was made. Nevertheless even after making these deductions the value of the safeguards provided by Law other than that of affixing stamp is demonstrated by the figures above Given. The total Quantity of distilled spirits in taxable Gallons at 70 and 90 cents tax placed in distillery warehouses withdrawn therefrom and remaining therein at the close of the fiscal year ended june 30, 1877, is Given at 74,143,-388. Statements showing the Gross amount of average capital and deposits of savings Banks Bankers and Banks other than National Banks for the year ending May 31, 1876 and 1877, Are Given capital of savings Banks 1876, $5,016,-654 1877, $4,965,500 capital of Banks and Bankers 1876, $211,634,586 1877, $217,215,388 deposits of savings Banks having capital 1876, $38,207,891 1877, $38,055,540 deposits of savings Banks having no capital 1876, $845,109,-217 1877, $855,057,025 deposits of Banks and Bankers 1876, $483,458,242 1877, $475,790,064 totals 1876, $1,583,426,595 1877, $1,591,083,591. The total collections from tobacco for the fiscal year ended june 30, 1877, were $41,106,-546, in addition to collections of specific taxes from manufactured tobacco snuff and cigars in their various forms. There Are included in the above total collections from the special taxes upon the manufacture and Sale of tobacco. Special taxes upon raw or Leaf tobacco and from the Sale of Export Stamps. The following exhibit gives Hie number of persons engaged during the last fiscal year in tile handling of raw or Leaf tobacco in the manufacture of tobacco snuff and cigars and in the distribution of manufactured products ascertained from the amount of collections from the Sale of special tax Stamps Leaf dealers 3,808 manufacturers of tobacco 875 manufacturers of cigars 15,462 paddlers of manufactured tobacco 319,045. The exhibit presented by the foregoing figures is in Many respects a Gratifying one both to the government and the numerous parties engaged in manufacturing and handling tobacco. There Are three facts in this connection which the commissioner deems especially worthy of note. The first is that the production of manufactured tobacco for tile last fiscal year was greater than for any other fiscal year embraced within the report of his office with the single exception of the 3�?Tear ending june 30, 1875. The second fact is that a larger amount of Money was collected from manufactured tobacco put upon the Market for consumption than during any previous fiscal year and the third fact is the pleasing one that a greater Quantity of manufactured tobacco and More cigars and cigarettes were removed directly from the manufactories for exportation to foreign countries during the last year than during any previous year of which an account has Ilieen kept by the office of internal Revenue. These results Are believed to be largely due to those provisions of Law which were intended to give to the government a general control Over the movements of raw or Leaf tobacco regulating its Sale Transfer and shipment and prevent ing its being sold for direct consumption without the payment of any tax and in Competition with manufactured and tax paid. The commissioner says a continuance of the features of said Law is necessary to maintain the present amount of receipts from said source. The manufacture of perfumery for exportation is a Large and growing interest. About 2,500 barrels of alcohol Are used in this business All of which Are imported and withdrawn without payment of duty and used in the manufacture of perfume Ries in bonded manufactories and finally exported free of tax or duty under the existing Laws. American alcohol cannot be used in the business without the cat of the tax and there is no provision of Law authorizing a drawback upon the exportation of goods so manufactured. I see no reason for this discrimination against american distillers. The commissioner therefore respectfully recommends that an act to passed authorizing the withdrawal of alcohol without payment of tax to be used by manufacturing perfumers in the production of goods for Export under such restrictions As to prevent fraud and protect the rights of the government. It has been found that in some portions of the country that match manufacturers have put up matches in boxes containing so great a number As to facilitate frauds upon the Revenue by the reuse of stamped boxes. I respectfully recommend that a Law lie passed limiting the number of matches to be contained in a single Box to 500. I recommend legislation upon the following additional Points first that a retail liquor dealer be authorized to close out his Stock without incurring a wholesale liquor dealers tax second that a Luma fide mortgagee of spirits should be authorized to sell and deliver the same under mortgage to any person qualified to buy them without incurring a wholesale liquor dealers tax and the person so receiving the spirits without reference to the amount should not be liable to any penalty therefor third where members of a firm who have paid the special tax for pursuing any business Are changed by the withdrawal or admission of a partner the new firm that is created should be allowed to pursue the business upon giving notice of such change to the collector of their District without the payment of a new tax fourth that a person caught in the act of manufacturing or Selling illicit spirits May be arrested in View without a warrant by a marshal or Deputy marshal and forthwith taken before the proper tribunal for examination fifth that the existing Law be so changed As to authorize the employment of thirty five Revenue agents. The total amount of drawback of internal Revenue taxes allowed during the fiscal year on exported merchandise is $ # ,546, an increase of $24,545 in claims allowed for the past year. Ohio news items. A woman thirty years of age was recently married to her third husband in Toledo. A most sickening Accident occurred on the 16th in the family of or. George Davis who resides near Chillicothe. Mrs. Davis had occasion to visit a neighbor a Short distance from her House and left her infant child sitting in an Arm chair near the fire. During her absence a spark from the tire ignited the child a clothing and upon her return she found the House on tire and her babe burned almost beyond recognition As a human being. The Skull annual report of the treasurer of the United states. Wah Hinton nov. 19. The treasurer of the United states in his annual report of the operations of the Treasury during the last fiscal year makes the following exhibit regarding receipts and expenditures As compared with the fiscal year ending june 30, 1876. That ending june 30, 1877, snows a decrease in net revenues amounting to $18,-481,542, and a decrease Iii net expenditures of $19,799,788 net revenues for the fiscal year $269, he ,586 net expenditures $238,008,008 making an increase of funds amounting to $30,340,578. It is observed that while the Rev Cline from customs lands and miscellaneous sources has decreased year after year since 1873, the Revenue derived from internal Revenue so called has increased the receipts from that source in 1874 having been $102,409,734, and in the fiscal year 1877, $118,630,407. The total amounts of unavailable moneys carried in the balance of accounts in the treasurers office was As follows june a to 1876, $29,899,-520 june 30, 1877, $29,620,883. The theory of Public accounts is that the treasurer of the United states shall by charged upon the warrant of the Secretary withal moneys received into the Treasury and for which whenever received he is held accountable until the same Are properly disbursed under some appropriation made pursuant to Law. It has however occurred that since 1836 the sum of $29,625,833, Over and above the amount which has been properly accounted for has by reason of the Deposit of surplus Revenue with Twenty six states of the Union by deficit by default by theft in various places and by the failure of depository Banks gone from the custody of the treasurer which it seems he cannot from the nature of the Case account for and thereby obtain credit thereon from the books of the department and for the convenience of the operations of the department this amount is carried in the accounts As unavailable. The treasurer thinks there should be legislation authorizing the opening of an appropriation account upon the books of the depart ment Iii which under the head of a unavailable a the treasurer May receive credit for sums now and hereafter from time to time becoming unavailable and that the person Bank or state properly chargeable May be debited with various items by warrant upon accounts stated by the proper accounting officers of the Treasury. Although the monthly debt statement of the department was never intended to show the condition of the Treasury and the amount and kind of funds on hand yet Many deductions Are sought to be made from time to time As if that publication gives the liabilities and assets my not merely the condition of the debt. The Only items of Cash in the Treasury which the debt statement includes Are the general currency balance and general Coin balance. The currency balance As it appears in the monthly statement under the item a Cash in Treasury currency is simply the amount of currency that would be left in the Treasury after the payment of All currency demands in full. And so Quot also of the item a Cash in Treasury there is in addition the amounts held for the redemption of Clearing House certificates and Coin certificates of which the amounts outstanding Are noted in the statement besides which not mentioned there Are funds to the credit of the disbursing officers for the redemption of notes of National Banks which have failed in liquidation and reducing circulation and to meet outstanding checks and drafts for the Benefit of the creditors of National Banks the balance of the 5 per cent fund and others. A comparative statement is Given showing in detail both in Coin and currency the liabilities and the assets of the Treasury on sept. 30, 1876 and 1877. These aggregate As follows Coin sept. 30, 1876, $67,587,705 sept. Jio 1877, $133,585,072 currency sept. Jio 1876, $100,-437,766 sept. 30, 1877, $110,097,039. Regarding the Long mooted question As to whether Legal tender notes deposited for the redemption of the circulation of failed reducing and liquidating Banks Are held As a separate fund it May be said that there is no provision of Law which requires that such notes should so be held and As a fact they have never been held set apart and distinct from other funds in the Treasury. There is without doubt in the various offices and vaults of the Treasury a sufficient amount of United states notes to redeem All such Bank notes if presented simultaneously for redemption but they Are not always in the vaults of this office where redemption is required to be made. The recapitulation of Silver payments made in pursuance of the act of april it 1876, including payments from april 18, 1876, until and including october 1s<7, shows an aggregate of $23,156,162 of Silver issued for fractional currency redeemed and destroyed $13,-464,569 of Silver issued in lie of or in Exchange for currency making a total of $36,-620,732. Upon an official estimate of $8,083,-573 of fractional currency lost in circulation there May be s unissued before the limit of $50. Too too is readied $10,209,061 in Exchange for currency and $3,110,206 for currency obligations. The repeal of the resumption act. The following is the substitute for Ewing a Bill to repeal the resumption Law passed by the House on the 23d a Bill to repeal All that part of the act approved Jan. 14, 1875, known As the resumption act which authorized the Secretary of the Treasury to dispose of United states Bonds and redeem and cancel Greenback currency. That All that portion of the act approved Jan. 14, 1875, entitled a a an act to provide for the resumption of specie payments a which reads As follows to wit a and whenever and so often As circulating notes shall be issued to any such banking association so increasing its capital or circulating notes or so newly organized As aforesaid it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to redeem Legal tender u. S. Notes in excess Only of $300,000,000 to the amount of to per centum of the sum of National Bank notes so issued to any such banking association As aforesaid and to continue such redemption As such circulating notes Are issued until there shall be outstanding the sum of $300,000,000 of such Legal tender United states notes and no More and on and after the 1st Day of january Anno Domini 1879, the Secretary of the Treasury shall redeem in Coin u. 8. Legal tender notes then outstanding on their presentation at the office of the assistant treas Urr of the United states in the City of new York in sums not less than fifty dollars and to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pc Jere and provide for the redemption in this act authorized or required he is authorized to use any surplus revenues from time to time in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated and to reissue Sefl and dispose of at not less than in Coin either of the descriptions of Bonds of the United states described in the act of Congress approved july 14,1870, entitled a an act to authorize the refunding of tile National debt a with like qualities privileges and exemptions to the extent necessary to carry this act into full effect and to use the proceeds thereof for the purposes aforesaid a be and the same is hereby repealed. A Young men of feeble hirsute development should take courage. Or. Caldwell of Iowa exhumed a body that had been buried two years and found the Beard had grown six inches in that time. Get your Barber to Start a grave Yard. Had busted open and the limbs crumbled upon touching them. The mothers screams attracted the neighbors who saved the House from destruction. The annual report of the trustees and faculty of the agricultural College was flied with the governor on the 19th. The faculty of the College remains the same As a year ago except that the chair of political Economy has Given place to the new department of mines mining and metallurgy. Prof. Henry Newton elected to the latter position having died while on an expedition to the Plack Hills John Church has been chosen to the vacancy. Several improvements during the year Are noted especially the additions to the Cabinet of specimens Iii economic geology and tile acquisition of the celebrated plastic models for teaching Anatomy. Two Hundred and fifty one students were in attendance last year and 208 Are enrolled now in the regular College classes a High handed outrage was committed on the night of the 18th in Stokes township Logan county. A party of masked men went to the House of Clark Mcmichael a Farmer and took his wife and children from bed to the stable Anc gave them a bed to sleep on then took Mcmichael to the Woods and while some guarded him with revolvers others levelled his House with the ground after which they ordered him to leave the county within two hours under pain of death. The cause is not known. Abraham Lowenberg sex recorder of the grand Lodge of Ohio ancient order of United workingmen was arranged before a Justice of the peace at Cincinnati on the 20th, on a charge of embezzling $3,700 of the funds in his keeping. He had no defense to make and was bound Over to the grand jury. In default of bail he was sent to jail. Lowenberg Helt the office of recorder two years. His accounts the first year were Correct but the second year lie used the Money of the Lodge to buy Stock for a shoe store which lie started in Greenville in the name of his wife. He was there when he was arrested. His Bondsmen Are Able to make Good the de Tiei nay and Lowenberg otters to give lip two policies he holds for $7, m>0, if he is not prosecuted but the officers of the grand Lodge Are determined to make an example of the first defaulter in their ranks. Lieut. Beers for eight years past in command of the soldiers1 Home at Dayton died on the 19th the trustees of the Ohio agricultural College met at Columbus on the 21st, and elected the follow ing officers Warren p. Noble president Joseph Sullivant Secretary in s. Babbett treasurer executive committee t. C. Jones a. C. Hoover a. C. Devol Joseph Sullivant and w. S. Streator. Charles Allen who was shot by a burglar at Grafton on the 18th, died on the 21sfc. A Reward of $1,000 is offered for the arrest and conviction of his murderer. David Crew Farmer living near Milt Enville boasts of raising nine bushels and eight pounds of potatoes on thirty Square feet of ground and challenges any Farmer to show a better yield than this. Perry Bowsier the supposed murderer of the Meves near Chillicothe has been removed to the Columbus jail for Safe keeping. His trial w ill not take place till next term of court. His removal w As conducted very quietly no one except the authorities being aware of his absence for some hours lifter his departure. J. J. Colling for a Long time Secretary of the Western insurance company of Cincinnati is found to be a defaulter to the amount of $14,000. The company is said to be secure from loss. At a meeting of the representatives of the Ohio Mutual fire underwriters at Columbus on the 23d, thirteen companies were represented. A Resolution w As adopted declaring that the rates of the Stock companies now doing business in Ohio Are entirely inadequate and agreeing that the Mutual companies there represented shall do less business if necessary rather than accept such Low rates. Or. Halley of Columbus was wounded supposed fatally near Sunbury Oil the 20th, by the discharge of the delusion. From the boys the joke spread to children of a larger growth until it culminated at a certain agricultural fair during the present fall not 1,000 Miles from Franklin n. Y.,when or. Trask agreed to show a mile with lady Grant in 2 10 for a special Premium of ten dollars. After the trial the judges who had been previously posted announced 2 12 As the result. Thus after having been deceived for years or. Traskus friends find it impossible to a deceive the innocent old gentleman. He fancies he has the fastest Trotter in the world and nothing less than $50,000 will buy , Field and farm. The Man from a old a companion s gun while Hunting. Ohio has 1,214 Granges and a membership numbering 53,977. During the year seventeen new Granges have been organized. Lady Grant. As Public curiosity has been aroused Over the marvelous newspaper stories told of lady Grant Ami her wonderful performances in private our readers Are anxious to know if the lady is a myth or whether there is any truth in the stories going the rounds. The latest report that the Mare had trotted a full mile at an agricultural fair in 2 12, gave some colouring to her owners boast that she could beat the maids time and determined the proprietors of this paper to inquire into the facts. A reporter was quietly dispatched to the Home of the lady with instructions to unearth the wander and get at the Bottom facts about her extraordinary Speed. If All that was claimed for her was True it was due that the truth should be made Public or if false the Rasca Lity exposed. The following is the result of his investigations lady Grant is a medium sized Fine looking Bay Mare a pretty stepper and on the Road can give All cold blooded plugs and slugs the go by but she is no Trotter and would find it difficult to beat 4 00 on a race track. Her owner or. Trask is a Fine candid unsophisticated old gentleman of about sixty years of age and having been led to suppose that he had a flyer in lady Grant is perfectly sincere in his offers to show extraordinary Speed. It is about three years since he was taught to think the Mare was developing great Speed. The boys in his neighbourhood indulged him in this belief by timing her trials in such fabulous time As 2 20, 2 15, 2 10, Etc. This timing business soon got buzzed about in the neighbouring villages and w As understood by those who Are fond of a Lark. They All enjoyed the joke and helped to keep up this Man was from Cuya hoga county. There can be no doubt about it for As he sat in the Hamilton amp Dayton depot a big Black Sachet Between his cowhide boots he yawned and said to himself a a after All there is no place like old he had been Over in Kentucky by see some relatives. There a no doubt of it for he soon yawned again and remarked a a Well them Ken tuckers Are Cyrus folks but i Kinder got tired of he had a w eed on his ancient plug hat. At least Twenty years had rolled Over the brim of that hat. It was faded dented bruised and battered and chief Joseph or sitting Bull would have scorned to shoot a Man wearing it. The Man was a widower. There Ean be no doubt about it for he placed the hat on the Bench beside him blew his nose in a squeaky Way and said a a life is funny Isnit it while Han Ner is flying around in heaven and feeling no pain in a sitting Here with my old spine All twisted out of about this time half a dozen other people entered the room. Among them a Young woman with a Hatchet face and eyes the color of a no. 3 government envelope. She sat Dow n near him with her hand Sachel and shawl gave him one Swift look of contempt and then fastened her eyes on the opposite Ivall. The Man from old Kyhos straightened up at once and Drew up his feet gave his coat Dollar a yank and bestowed upon her a Long lingering look. She did no to mind it. Then he took up his hat and stroked the Weed. She never took her gaze off the Wall. He coughed. Results too. A death is a sad thing a he finally observed holding his hat in both hands. If it was she did not seem to know it. A a yes a it severs up families Breaks up ties and causes Strong men to cry a lie went on As a melting expression came Over his face. She was As motionless As a Stone Man of Colorado though she sat but three feet away. A but a resumed the old Man As he leaned toward her a a the human heart can to stay busted. She May throb and Pine for a time but she sooner or later returns to filed dinners and a hankering after love again. Hanner was a Al wife. She was a Small eater a great Saver and her funeral expenses were thirty nine dollars saying nothing of what the watchers ate up. Never tireless i can to Alius mourn for Hamler and must take a second wife to my bosom i must have some one to Doat she waited for him to finish and then w heeling round on him with her nose As Sharp As a knife and her eyes winking forty times a minute she hissed a you dried up old idiot done to give me any More such talk or ill claw your eyes out a he fell Back in a Lump Mouth open my eyes expressing Twenty seven different grades of amazement. It wits full two minutes before he knew what lit him and by that time the Young w Oman had started out to inquire about Lei train. A a there goes a person a began the old Man watching her sail away a there goes a person who w ill no sooner go to heaven when she Dies than ill go from Here to London to night and Don t on forget he fell into a dreamy state and hardly realized his surroundings for the next Quot fifteen minutes. Then he was aroused by the presence of a woman about forty years old who asked him if a train left that depot for Dayton. A she does she does a he replied in a Heap and at the same time itching along for her to sit Down. She sat. He Wras Only seventeen seconds forgetting his experience with the Litchet Facea woman. He looked at this one estimated her weight at 168j pounds her temper at mild and her heart at tender and she Hadnot seen much More of him than his feet when he tenderly asked a Madam Are you going up into old Kyhos a a a no no sir a she replied. A were you Ever there a a a no a Well ifs a gorgeous county Madam. There a Rivers and breezes and landscapes and mountains and dells and waving forests. You ought to come up a yes a she passively answered. A a right up in the Beautiful lest part of old kid log is a Lovely farm. The House is red trimmed with White. There a knobs on the doors that Cost a shilling apiece. There Are carpets on no less than two floors. Sunflowers wave around the House horses and cattle wave around the barn. A cider Mill Waves across the Road. There a Richness whichever Way you a yes a she again replied. A the Man who owns that farm is called Kernel by All his neighbors a he softly continued As he picked lip her Sachel. A the runs the township he runs a Church he runs a school House he a the big Giraffe for four Miles around. Death has removed his Hanner and he a looking for another. Madam do you know of a Nice woman who wants to marry a a you Are either drunk or an old fool a she angrily remarked As she jerked the Sachel away. A Madam in a from old Kyd a a a i done to care sir i done to care a she sputtered As she crossed the room. He looked after her in a hungry Way and As she fell into another seat he sighed a must be in a a Little off to Day. That a twice in be let the flame of love Flicker up a Little but Only to be drowned out like an old cow going Over the Mill Damyn eds in a a Leetie off. I know it i feel it. As Long As the rheumatism is twisting my old legs around and this old spinal column is leaning to the Southwest and my voice squeaks Way up and then Falls Way Down its no use for me to build up any Hopes on the women. In a going to pull off that left Boot and scratch that Heel and if they done to want to marry old Kyhos they can go to slivers a and he enquirer

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