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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - September 20, 1877, Cambridge, Ohio Ike Cambridge news. Published every thursday a at Cambridge Guernsey county Ohio. L. G. Haines publisher terms of subscription for one year if paid within the jeer. .2 Oolf not paid until after the year expires 2 so. No paper discontinued until All the arrearage a re paid except at the option of the publisher. A very Large circulation. Cambridge news. Vol. . 15. Cambridge Ohio thursday september 20, 1877. $2.00 per annul. Tho Cambridge news. Advertising rates. A pack. 8 in. 6 in. La hoax Jne Quarter column. Zia no to Wanna one third column. 17 50 25 of 20 Ooi 31 50 40 Ooi 60 of 40 of 50 of too of Jne half column. One column. Fifteen cents per line for local in Reading Matte ten cents per line for local notices first insertion and five cents per line each subsequent insertion ten cents per line Tor special notices first insertion Sud 3c. Per line each subsequent insertion. Marriage and death notices free. Obituaries firs cents Oer line. Business cards. A. Too us i. Nam ii. Ors. Cooper amp Jefferson dentists Cambridge Ohio. I a office on West Market Street Over Shaffner a Beymer a stare. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of nitrous oxide or laughing Gas. Mar4-�?T75-tf Thompson s. Crow proprietor of if vex or xxx is hotel 2 on Mill Street one Square South of we. Rainey a songs dry goods store. May 3d, �?T77-tf j. Be Ferbrache livery and Sale stable in the rear of times building. Ipp up tronaas solicited. Accommodations Good oct Cambridge Ohio. Morton House formerly Starr hotel Joseph Morton a. Proprietor West Side Public Square Cambridge Ohio. New pleasant and convenient. Act 2978 Exchange hotel formerly the Warner hous Caldwell Ohio. Thomas Iii old proprietor this ii use has been newly refitted and refurnished. Thorough attention will be Given to the accommodation Ana Comfort of guests. May 24, 1877-tf. In jew factory. Fine William a. Carr Boot and shoe maker Cambridge Ohio. $3�?�shop in Rainey s building on Mill St making and repairing sewed work a specially. Jy22-tf j. Woodford livery feed and Sale stable on Pine Street North of main. Persons arriving on the ears or any others taken to All Points of Guernsey county on Tbs shortest notice. Ap22-�?T75-tf j. D. Taylor. T. H. Anderson amp Anderson attorneys at Law Taylor Lebao 76 office adjoining the Taylor Block. We. M. Glens attorney at Law and notary Public. Will practice in Guernsey and adjoining count Ian. Collections promptly attended to. Post office address Cambridge Ohio. June 15-74_ t. O. Mann Carpenter and Joiner Cumberland Ohio. Quot persons wishing work in this Lins will be promptly accommodated by calling on or addressing the above named. June 15-74 d. K. Kyles Mabb Leand 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._mayl3-75-tf at Mackey Sart gallery Cambridge. A specially is mans of Fine photographs. Also copying and enlarging old pictures and finishing them in India Ink water and Oil Colon oct 29-74 a. F. Hubert Boot and shoe manufacturer and dealer in leather and finding. Work up to order and warranted. Two doors a ast of tobacco factory main St., april 19, 1877. Cambridge o. Mrs. Sarah Jane Moss is prepared to cuban and co lob clothing for ladies and gentlemen braid hair and Maks switches to order. Combines straightened. Janl�?T7� Cambridge o. Or. T. Sweet dentist Cumberland Ohio. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of harmless dec. 28, 1876-tf Lambert Thomas. S. Harper Jeppi. Lambert Thomas amp co., produce and Wool commission masts 139 North water Street and 146 Delaware wharf Philadelphia a. June 15-7 Kirk House formerly Grant House Comer of Market and fourth Street. W. A. S. M. Kirk proprietor june 15-74 Zanesville Ohio. J. W. Lippincott proprietor of the Beeber House Cor. Broadway and South streets Quaker City Ohio. Rosr 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 scouse Fairview Ohio. J. F. Dubois proprietor. This House is newly fitted up Aud Kent in modern style. Good stabling. May Lotf Mccollum a Mckinney arc prepared to attend to All the wants of their customers in their line of making and repairing wagons of All sizes and patterns. They also invite attention to the facilities for 0sorzbto, and the other thousand and one things Mads at the blacksmiths shop. _ Mccollum a Mckinney mar23-�?T75-tf South end Mill Street news of tiie week. Washington. On the 8th the flags on All the government buildings were at half Mast in respect to the memory of sex president Thiers of France. Osman Pasha was born in Asia minor of Mussulman parents the turkish minister says. Should Mexico succeed in preventing the Border raids of which complaint is made our government will recognize or. Mata As the representative of that Republic thus resum ing diplomatic relations Between the two governments. A Washington dispatch says the Only Esti mates which will be presented to the extra session of Congress in october Are those for the support of the army. The president message will be Brief relating Only to the business for which Congress is to be specially convened. The commissioner of Indian affairs on the 13th received a dispatch from the Indian in Spector of new Mexico that the warm Spring indians had left their reservation and murdered thirteen persons. Charges of converting United states moneys to his own use have been preferred against u. S. Surveyor gun. Rollins by senator Booth of California. The amount of his Deal cation is said to be $3,000. The clerk of the House of representatives states that the democratic majority according to the certificates now in will be eleven the East. Two steamships arrived at new York from Europe on the 8th with about $1,300,000 in Gold Coin. The outgoing steamers were heavily Laden with Grain canned goods butter cheese and beef. Base Ball on the 8th Chicago i Boston 0 Hartford 15, St. Louis 6 cincinnati6, Louisville 2. Frank Leslie the Well known newspaper publisher of new York has failed. Liabilities $320,000. An arrangement has been made whereby his publications will be continued. Re Rev. Amadeus Rappe Catholic Bishop of the diocese of Cleveland from 1847 to 1870, died on the 8th at St. Albans vt., aged seventy four. The Bishop was Well known throughout the United states mid Canada As a missionary and Temperance reformer. Three bodies were found on the 9th in the ruins of the burned piano factory at new York. Thomas f. Curley was hanged at Norristown pa., on the 10th for the murder of miss Mary a. Whitby May 18, 1875. The Shock of an earthquake was experienced in new Jersey on the 10th. At mount Holly houses were shaken and crockery broken. The miners of Nesquehoning pa., resumed work on the 10th. They have been out since july. Base Ball on the Lith Boston la Chicago 9 8t. Louis 3, Hartford 0. New York merchants report an unusually heavy fall Trade. The Centennial anniversary of the Battle of Brandywine was celebrated at Chadd Ford pa., on the Lith. Base Ball on the 12th St. Louis 3, Hartford 2. The miners have resumed work in the Wilkes Barre a Region. The convention of the american Bankers association was commenced at new York on the 12th. Charles b. Hall was elected president for the ensuing year. The question of specie resumption was under discussion during the entire Day. Base Ball on the 13th Cincinnati 7, Louisville 4 Boston 8, St. Louis i. By the burning of the Boston it pc Albany car shops at Springfield mass., on the 13th, 300 men were thrown out of employment. Loss about $90,000. The american Bankers convention at new York on the 13th resolved that the Early resumption of specie payments is necessary to the restoration of general Prosperity and social Progress throughout the nation and that this end can be secured with the cooperation of the people by Means already provided by Law. The american Rifle team were victorious in the first Days shooting in the International Rifle match at Creedmoor. On the 12th u. 8. Senator Spencer of Alabama was married at new York to miss May Nunez an actress. By an explosion in a Colliery near Shenandoah pa., on the 13th, John Thomas was killed and several others seriously injured. Rev. John Mcelroy died at Frederick me., on the 12th. Father Mcelroy was ordained a priest in 1817, and at the time of his death was the oldest Catholic divine in the United states. He was one of the two chaplains who accompanied the american army in Mexico. The International Rifle match at Creedmoor was won by the american Rifle team the British team losing by ninety two Points. The Long Island savings Bank of Brooklyn n. Y., has been placed in the hands of a receiver. Base Ball on the 14th Hartford 5, Chicago 2 Louisville 12, Cincinnati 6. The Bankers convention on the 14th adopted a Resolution demanding that the banking interests be relieved from All taxation by the general government except an annual tax on their circulation and state taxation of Bank shares be levied the same As personal property. Van Hoesen the Leader of the Albany n. A strikers has been indicted for riot and obstructing railway trains. West and South. President Hayes and family were received at the depot at Fremont by a crowd of several Hundred old neighbors and citizens on his arrival on the 8th. The Treasury commission has commenced the investigation into the management of the san Francisco custom House. Grand preparations Are being made at Louisville for the reception of the presidential party on the 17th. Besides the president the entire Cabinet is expected to be present. The Indiana soldiers orphans Home at Knightstown was destroyed by fire on the night of the 8th. Loss $100,000 insurance $20,000. The women a Congress is to be held at Cleveland october 10-12. The total number of deaths at Fernandina fla., from yellow fever up to the 10th was ten. A circular was issued by the apostles of the mormon Church at Salt Lake on the 10th, saying that they held a meeting and waited upon the lord who blessed them and revealed the Steps they should take. John Taylor is sustained As acting president of the twelve and a quorum of the twelve apostles is the authority of the Church. J. W. Young d. H. Wells and g. F. Cannon Are ordered to assist president Taylor. It is claimed that the last Days arc at hand and that All saints must be faithful in building temples and paying tithing. President Hayes and party arrived at Day ton on the Lith. In response to a serenade in the evening the president made a Short speech. The great Council of the United states of the improved order of red men met it Columbus Ohio on the Lith. The grand chief reports 557 tribes in the United states with a membership of 36,422. Spencer the absconding president of the Chicago state savings institution is reported to have sailed from Quebec for Europe on the 1st. Taylor the acting president of the mormon Church is a most bitter and bigoted religious fanatic a Salt Lake dispatch says. There was a Large attendance on the Cere monies attendant on the unveiling of a statue of the a a private soldiers at the National sol Dierst Home at Dayton Ohio on the 12th speeches were made by president Hayes chief Justice Waite Secretary Mccrary Gen b. F. Butler Gen. Cox and others. The statue was unveiled by the president. A Cheyenne dispatch of the 12th reported the surrender of the last of the hostile Sioux Clearing the Black Hills and big Horn coun try. Anderson Richards a negro confined in the Winchester 111. Jail for an outrageous assault upon a mrs. Truit was taken there from by a mob on the Lith and Hung. Gov. Wade Hampton of South Carolina delivered the address at the Winnebago county Iii fair on the 13th. The president visited senator Morton at his Home in Richmond ind., on the 13th the senators condition is reported to be improving. President Hayes returned to fre Mont in the evening. A receiver has been appointed for the Chicago state savings institution. Epson soda Para and Oliveras of the party engaged in the recent jail breaking at Rio Grande City tex., have been delivered to the u. S. Authorities at Brownsville under the extradition treaty. The leaders in the raid on the jail have not been captured. Deaths from yellow fever at Fernandina fla., up to the 14th, fifteen. Several new cases were reported on that Date. It was estimated that 20,000 strangers were in Fremont Ohio on the 14th, on the occasion of the reunion of president Hayes old regiment the Twenty third. The City was gayly decorated. President Hayes presided at the annual meeting of the regimental association and was re elect cd president. In the afternoon the veterans and visitors assembled in the Park where an oration was delivered by Hon. William Mckinley after which Short speeches were made by Secretary Mccrary Gens. Sheridan Rosecrans and Cox senator Matthews and others president Hayes introducing the speakers. The president received the veterans at his Home after the regular exercises were concluded. U. 8. Surveyor Gen. Rollins denies the charges made against him. Political notes. It is announced from Washington that during the Campaign Secretary Evarts will deliver a political address in new York City on a the administration and its the Pennsylvania state labor convention was held at Harrisburg on the 10th, and nominated the following candidates judge of supreme court w. L. Al Well auditor Gen. J. M. Davis state treasurer j. L. Wright. The resolutions adopted demand the abolition of the National banking system the repeal of the specie resumption act declare eight hours a Days work demand a Tariff for the Protection of american industries a Bureau of labor statistics prohibition of employment of prison labor that Public lands be reserved for actual settlers arbitration for the settlement of disputes Between capital and labor compulsory education Call for the abolition of All conspiracy Laws and recommend the principle of co operation distributive and productive. The Wisconsin Republican state convention on the Lith nominated William e. Smith for governor. Resolutions were adopted declaring Confidence in the presidents purposes and patriotism and demanding if the hoped for results from his Southern policy do not follow other measures which will secure to All citizens their rights approving the efforts to improve the civil service favouring the restoration of the Silver Dollar to its former place As Money expressing sympathy with the unemployed workingmen and favouring a congressional appropriation to assist Labouring men to Settle on Public lands opposing further land Grants to railroads and urging the establishment of governmental regulation of inter state railroads. The state democratic convention of new York will be held at Albany oct. 3. The vote in Maine on the 10th was some 35,000 less than last fall. Connors rep majority is about 6,000. The democrats elected 3 of 31 senators and the republicans have an overwhelming majority in the House. The Greenback vote for governor was about 3,500 and they elected two members of the House. The state convention of the prohibition party of Massachusetts was held at Worcester on the 12th. Rev. D. Eddy presided. The resolutions adopted commend the course of president Hayes declare the real remedy for the present distress among Labouring men and elsewhere is to save by Legal prohibition $700,000,000 now annually wasted for liquor oppose the renomination of gov. Rice and reaffirm the determination of the party to give the ballot to women. Judge Pitman was nominated for governor and George c. Wing for lieutenant governor. The Pennsylvania prohibition convention at Harrisburg on the 12th nominated a. H. Winton for supreme judge Samuel Cornell state treasurer and a. A. Barker auditor general. The workingmen a convention of Ohio on the 13th nominated Stephen Johnson for governor. Johnson was the Greenback nominee for governor. That ticket is withdrawn. The workingmen a party of new York hold their convention at Troy oct. 8. The state democratic convention of Massachusetts was held at Worcester on the 13th. Charles t. Russell presided. William Gaston was nominated for governor and Wilson r. Plunkett for lieutenant governor. Resolutions were adopted declaring that Tilden was elected president and denouncing the Republican party for defrauding the people of their right to be governed by rulers of their own Choice congratulating the country upon the Happy results which have ensued upon the adoption by the administration of democratic principles in reference to the Southern states opposing the reenactment of the prohibitory Law favouring measures which will tend to the Elevation of labor and the improvement of the condition of Labouring men a reciprocity treaty with Canada and Mexico the honest payment of the Public debt and a currency on a Gold basis. A letter from Latac Unga Peru gives an account of the eruption of Cotopaxi july 25. The total loss of life is estimated at 1,000, and More than 2,000 head of cattle were destroyed. Information was received on the 12th of the collision in the English Channel of the British ships Avalanche from London for new zealand and Forest from Liverpool for new York by which both vessels foundered the Captain mate and ten seamen of the latter were saved. All the others Over too in number were drowned. The police have seized the Mot d Ordre a Paris Radical paper. Gen. Grant was presented with the Freedom of Glasgow on the 13th. Pending the result of the operations at Plevna Servia has postponed declaring War. The judicial decision sentencing Gambetta deprives him of civil rights for five years if not quashed by a Superior court. Proceed Ings have been commenced against Lebien Public and be Galois of Paris for reporting Gambetta a trial. Foreign intelligence. The Popes health is reported worse. His limbs Are partially paralysed but no immediate danger is apprehended. Half a million people attended the funeral of sex president Thiers at Paris on the 8th. Orations were delivered by my. Grevy and Simon. Good order prevailed. Mexican troops Are to replace the local military on the Rio Grande the latter being so hostile to the americans that they cannot be used to enforce the terms of the treaty Between Mexico and the United states. Sex president Grant was presented with the Freedom of Inverness Scotland on the 8th. A definite agreement it is reported has been arrived at Between Greece and Russia for the Protection of christians in Turkey. Gambetta has been sentenced to three months imprisonment and to a Fine of 2,000 francs. The Porte has ordered the rearrest and confinement of the murderers of the German and French consuls it Salonica last May in consequence of the protests of France and Germany against their release. War notes. Nic sics surrendered on the 9th. The Gar Rison and inhabitants withdrew to a Otschko. The Czar witnessed the operations before Plevna on the 7th. A constantinople Telegram of the 10th reported that the whole of Sulieman Pasha a army had passed North of the Balkans. The turks on the 5th occupied a lava and were driven by the russians across the Lorn with a loss to the latter of 1,000 men. On the 7th, during an armistice for the burial of the dead russian and Turk fraternize heartily wherever they met. In the evening the russians evacuated a lava and the following Day reached Branitzka. Prince Gor Schakoff has declined All mediation. A russian dispatch of the Lith from the Headquarters before Plevna said the Cann Nading had continued from the 7th. Some of the neighbouring Heights had been captured which enabled the russians to bombard the turkish positions Aud the town itself. The turkish defense was represented As feeble and their losses heavy. The russian loss was insignificant. The russians buried 2,000 turks after the Battle of Loveatz. A Ragusa dispatch of the 12th reports a Victory for the montenegrin Over the turks at Jessero 600 of the latter being killed. Egypt will Send a further contingent of troops to Turkey. On the 15th Sulieman Pasha cannonade the russian positions at Shipka pass silencing their artillery. The turkish troops have been heavily reinforced. An order for the mobilization of the russian reserves has been issued. Sitting Bull leaves the British possessions for cause. New York sept. La. A correspondent tells the Story of the cause of sitting Bull leaving the British possessions. He says a the British officers and sitting Bull had a Council and after the Council the tribe performed the usual dance. A Young half Breed Bill Culverson at present government scout joined in the dancing. After it was Over he became excited counted his scores and said to sitting Bull look i have killed As Many of your hostile Ting Bull Drew his revolver. The movement was imitated by Culverson but before either could shoot maj. Welsh with his revolver drawn sprang Between them and told Culverson to put his pistol away. Turning to sitting Bull he said i want you to understand that you cannot commit any of your Devil tries Here As you do in the United states. Will give you and your tribe five Days to leave this country. If you Are not gone then or if you Ever return i will fight you. If you Are Ever caught Here again or if you shoot this Man ill have you hanged by your neck until you Are sitting Bull left the next tweeds rings. New York sept 12. The Tweed investigation was continued to Day. Tweed said nearly every person who furnished supplies had a Friend in the ring the supervisors directed said Friend to put 15 per cent. On the Bill and this percentage was kept by the ring in 1870 this percentage drifted entirely into tweeds hands he made an arrangement with Ingersoll Watson amp co. And Garvey for the percentage the Bills were raised 20 per cent., of which 15 per cent went to the ring during the last few years Cummings approved certain Bills and when paid handed the percentage Over to witness of the six supervisors whoever received it divided it giving 2j per cent to each Bills for material by Cornell amp co. And Eastchester amp co. Were fraudulent also Barnard amp co. The supervisors passed every Bill of the sheriff or. Bixby represented to witness that if he bought half of of Briens claim they would get or. Tilden and judge Barrett to let up on him did not think or. Tilden did let up on him saying a a that was one of the Many times i was the indians. Washington sept. To. A dispatch has been received at the War department from Gen. Sheridan saying that Gen. Gibbon has positive information that sitting Bull is still North of the line and apparently has no intention of coming South. Gen. Howard telegraphs that he is at Virginia mont., after an extraordinary Effort to overtake Gibbon. He had had a skirmish with the indians and drove them. Gen. Howard is anxious to have an Eastern Force to head off the hostile indians before they Dis affect the crows for his Force is so weary and worn that he cannot push it much farther. He telegraphed to Gen. Sherman on the 27th ult yours of the 26th is received. You misunderstood me. I never Flag it was the command including the most energetic Young officers that were worn out and weary by a most extraordinary March. You need not fear for the Campaign. Neither you nor Gen. Mcdowell can doubt my Pluck and Energy. My Indian scouts Are on the heels of the enemy. My supplies have just come and we move in the morning and will continue to the end. I sent Cushing and Norwood now in route two Days ago to cooperate from Ellis and Crow Agency. The indians captured a party of eight gentlemen and two ladies on the lower Geyser Basin Friday evening last. The Hostiles will probably Cross stinking River about too Miles Southeast from the Crow Agency. A contemporary explains a a Why Young men leave the farm but he does no to say that Many of them leave it to see their girls in a neighbouring Village and others leave it to go to the City to see the a a elephant and come Back with a headache ten feet in diameter and their pocket books minus Twenty five dollars or so. Speaking of epitaphs the following was placed by a Thrifty and Forward looking widow at Saratoga on the Tombstone of her lamented husband. The husband is supposed to be speaking weep not Sweet love fresh courage take love my brother for my Sake. Ohio news items. The Cigar makers strike in Cincinnati has ended by the employers acceding to the demands of the strikers and discharging All the women in their employ. The eleventh annual convention of the Young menus Christian associations of Ohio will be held at Columbus sept 28-30. The state fair commenced on the 10th with a Good show in All depart ments notably horses cattle and hogs the Day was Given to preparations. The weather was very bad. John Austin living a few Miles North of Clyde was recently poisoned by Tak ing Jimpson Weed Tea. Or. Austin hav ing the rheumatism was advised by tramp to use Jimpson Weed Tea that it was a sure cure. In a few minutes after taking the Tea he found that he was poisoned. Medical Aid was called but was of no Avail and or. Austin died in great agony. Charles w. Sterrett of West Meriden conn., was found dead in bed at the Dickey House in Dayton on the 9th c. W. Dagne who has lived at Columbus Feur years has been arrested charged with murdering a negro eight years ago Between Westerville and Gahanna. A serious Accident occurred at the farm of or. Wallace near Kenton on the night of the 10th. About one of clock he was disturbed by a noise and looking out of the window he discovered a horse thief As he supposed at the time at the barn door. Immediately getting a gun and going around the Corner of the House he fired upon him one shot entering his breast near the heart and two near the lungs. He then discovered that he had shot or. Wellington his brother in Law who had returned Home from town. He was lying in a critical condition on the Lith. About 10,000 persons were in attendance on the state fair on the 12th. All the counties in the state have settled with the state auditor. Reuben Gillis aged ninety one and a survivor of the War of 1812, died at Blanchester on the Lith. William Stanback was probably fatally injured near Eaton on the 10th by being caught in the tumbling Rod of a Thresher. James Morgan a Cincinnati travelling Salesman was robbed of Over $8,000 Worth of jewelry while stopping at the Phillips House Dayton on the Lith. The robbery was committed about Tea time the Entrance to morgans room being effected by Means of a transom. About 150 delegates were present at the workingmen a state convention at Columbus on the 13th. A proposition from the Greenback executive committee to withdraw their state ticket and unite with the new movement if their ideas of currency Reform were acquiesced in was agreed to in open convention. The platform adopted demands the payment of Bonds at or before maturity according to the Laws under which they were issued the re monetization of Silver Coin the immediate repeal of the resumption act non sectarian schools wholesome control by the government Over All corporate bodies and fostering of the resources of the country to the end that labor May be fully and profitably employed declares in favor of a graduated income tax that government land should be reserved for actual settlers deprecated All efforts to redress wrongs by violence denounces the payment of store scrip for labor and Calls for Laws to prevent this swindle declares it the prerogative of the government to Issue and provide Money both metallic and paper for the convenience of Trade and that this Power should not be delegated to corporations or individuals demands that Legal tender currency be fully restored and made Legal tender and continued without contraction and that the National Bank Law shall be repealed. The following is the ticket nominated for governor Stephen Johnson who headed the Greenback ticket lieutenant governor Christopher Lewis supreme judge Milton l. Clark treasurer Joseph Jenkins clerk of supreme court e. P. Pitkin attorney general George a. Duncan school commissioner John c. Logan Board of Public works c. Strong. The attendance at the state fair on the 13th was estimated at 30, Khz. The total number of entries exceeded last year 1,000, being 4,173. All the counties in the state have settled their accounts with the state auditor. Gen. Garfield and Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton have concluded arrangements for a joint political discussion. On the 14th the entire Sophomore class of Kenyon College at Gambier was suspended for a period of four weeks for hazing. On the night of the 12th the sophomores went to the rooms of five freshmen and without allowing them to dress took them singly to Wells and pumped water upon their Heads. Inas much As in years gone by hazing at Kenyon has resulted in the death of students or in mailing them for life the faculty of the College Are determined to abolish it at All hazards. Members of the class who do not reside there Are ordered out of town until the period of their suspension is passed. The body of the late it. Rev. Amadeus Rappe the first Catholic Bishop of Cleveland arrived at Cleveland on the 13th and was deposited in a vault in the Catholic Cathedral. Vermont has leased her 185 convicts at forty cents each Day to a shoe firm. The Eastern War. Fighting at Plevna. London sept. 13. A russian official dispatch from pore Din wednesday night says a a we cannonade Plevna from Daybreak yesterday until three of clock in the afternoon when an assault was made by our troops. By evening three turkish redoubts had been taken by Gen. Skobeleff while Gen. Rodionoff had carried the Rivica redoubt. Adj. Schel itar and Gen. Do-browot8ky were killed. Six russian battalions and one romanian battalion took part in the assault on the Rivica redoubt. We captured two standards and five guns. Our losses in wounded alone exceed 5,000 men. To Day a vigorous artillery fire was recommenced along the whole line. Our troops Are in front of the turkish fortifications in the positions taken the times account of operations on the 12th is As follows at 12 50 p. In. One brigade of Gen. To Tofit a corps supported by another attacked the Center redoubt on the South Side one and a half Miles from a Disevo. The attack was repulsed by a Rifle fire after lasting ninety minutes. It was renewed again at four p. In. Twelve batteries of russians advanced with most splendid and devoted bravery right up to the ditch carrying scaling ladders. They surrounded the redoubt on three sides and Hung on to it magnificently. At 4 45 o clock they were actually in Tho redoubt but nothing mortal could face the fire from the repeating rifles. They were destroyed by hundreds at a few paces. At 4 52 the survivors fell slowly Back. London sept. 14. A russian official bulletin dated pore Din 13th, says a yesterday we bombarded the turkish fortifications and the town of Plevna at Short Range. In the afternoon the town began to Burn and two explosions were observed within the fortifications. The turks directed All their efforts against our left Wing which threatened their rear at this Point. Gen. Skobeloff repulsed five furious attacks but was compelled in the evening after the sixth attack to evacuate the fortifications which he captured tuesday. During wednesday night our troops entrenched themselves in their positions. A a there have been no collisions at other Points in the theater of War. The i Lestchuk column is concentrated in fresh positions half a Days March be Hind Kara Vienna sept. 14. A correspondent before Plevna telegraphs at the taking of Rivica redoubt the turks neither ran away nor asked Quarter. The first russians who entered thought the redoubt was abandoned but the Garrison had Only retired to the casimates and galleries where they stood at Bay. The fighting was with bayonets. The turks tried to retake the redoubt and poured a Large number of men into the adjacent entrench mints. The russians bombarded them. But suffered severely from Rifle fire at Only 200 Yards distance. This attempt to retake the redoubt and another desperate one on wednesday were repulsed. This correspondent estimates that the russians up to thursday lost 7,000 killed and wounded and the romanians 2,000. A dispatch from Siskova says it has been ascertained that Plevna is victuals a for two months. A gutting rebuke. An old but vigorous looking gentleman seemingly from the Rural districts got into a car and walked its full length without receiving an invitation to sit Down. Approaching one gentleman who had a whole Bench to himself he asked is this seat occupied a a a yes sir it is a i pertinently replied the other. A a Well a replied the Broad shouldered agriculturist a a i will keep this seat until the gentleman the principal proprietor withdrew himself haughtily to one end and looked insulted. After a while the train got in motion and still nobody came to claim the seat whereupon the deep chested agriculturist turned and said a sir when you told that this seat was occupied you told me a lies a such was his Plain language a a i never sit near a liar if i can avoid it i would rather stand then appealing to another party he said a a sir May i sit next to you you done to look like a we need hardly say that he got his seat and that the original proprietor thought that there was something wrong about our social a Ette. A scheme to abolish the presidency. Washington sept. To. Several numerous by signed memorials will be presented to Congress next month reposing amendments to the Constitution abolishing the presidency an executive Council Council of state or Cabinet to be substituted therefor to be composed of the seven secretaries without any Superior officer All to have equal authority. That is simply strike out the president and authorize the secretaries to have the execution of All the Laws and general supervision of the government. Four of the Council to be elected by the House and three by the Senate from members of their respective houses for two years one or All to be removed at any time by the House electing them and All to have the rights of members in both houses. He quit right there. Some months since a fond Detroit father imagined that his Only son a Young Man of Twenty was going into consumption. A doctor was consulted and he advised that the son be put through a course of gymnastic training. The Young Man seemed to like the idea and for two or three months he was in daily attendance at a gymnasium. Then he began to grow careless and finally quit altogether. The father thought he could see signs of failing health again and to induce the son to go Back to rings bars and gloves once More he fitted up a Pri vate gymnasium in the barn and began a course of exercise himself. The other morning he remembered that he used to be a Boxer in his Young Days and he remarked that head give the son a few lessons. He was balancing himself on his Heel and feeling out with both hands when something hit him and half a minute afterwards he dimly realized that some one was bending Over him and saying a a father dear father arc you dead a he sat up looked around and hoarsely inquired a a Jim what on Earth happened a a a Why father i got in a love tap on your nasal just a Little feeler to see if you were solid on your 44 did no to you strike As hard As you could a a a not not half not Quarter. It was what the boys Call 4 feeling for your nose will Spring Back into position in less than half a the father got up let the gloves fall from his hands and As he caught the trapeze to steady his legs he said a a Jim your Mother and i thought you were going into consumption and or. He backed us up in it. That a Why i sent you to learn gymnastics. Jim in a a fool your Mother is an awful Good woman and if we can get the doctor up Here Long enough to let you feel for his Claret i done to care How soon i free press. A they loved each other though he seemed to put More animation into it than she did. The parents however were averse and so they stated. Then the Young Man haunted the River Bank and became morose and wrote epics. The Young woman wept. When Cas Sander heard this he sent her the following epistle 441 Call you Dolly for the last time. We have been All in All to each other. I shall Bear your loss with As much fortitude As possible. We All must come to it. One plunge in the silent River and All is Over. How we shall miss you i shall continue at the store As . The manner in which some of the counties and towns in Kansas incurred bonded debts almost surpasses belief. The debt of Leavenworth county for example is almost $1,250,000, and the assessed value of property in the whole county is $800,000. Another example is the town of Chetopa which contains property Worth $80,000 and has a debt of $125,000. _ a Gen. Schipkowski is one of the commanders at Scripka pass. All s0rt8. A Greece is ready for War. A Turkey is ready for peace. A we live in deeds not years. A the Early Frost catches the Corn. A lunacy is a kind of Moon mania. A a common hatred is a Bond of love. A harmless idolatry dealing in dolls eyes. A floating gossip Steamboat table talk. A odes to departed summer Are now in order. A there Are 7,000 insane persons in new York state. A a White Swallow has been shot near Augusta a. A Schuylkill county ahas twelve female postmasters. A there has been a Sharp Rise in widows weeds in Utah. A new Hampshire now has 934 Miles of Railroad in operation. A this world needs less philosophy and More potatoes in a Hill. A the Best binding for a borrowed Book is homeward bound. A the most important thing to woman in this life to woo Man. A America has 100,000,000 bushels of Grain to spare this season. A a traveler says russian babies Are never washed till a year old. A fodder pulls by Day and dances by night recreate Rural Georgia. �?44 till the Clouds go by is a popular new Ballad in new York. �?44 whisper you la be mine love a is a popular ditty Down South. A to make a Good extempore speech it is Best to prepare in Advance. A making butter Bare footed in a Cool cellar killed a Bellevue Iowa lady. A it is Well that44 virtue is its own Reward a for it Seldom gets any other. A the fibrous roots of asparagus Are coming into use for Fine paper making. This generation wears less Broadcloth than the last and More cassimere. Weddings on horseback Are becoming fashionable in some parts of the West. An Arkansas Tombstone is ornamented with a six shooter carved upon it. A Seneca Falls Maiden says she will never get married. And yet she a Only 112. A the economical baby puts its Tocsin its Mouth in order to make both ends meet. A it is said there Are three Marriageable girls at Saratoga to one Marriageable gentleman. A Brigham Yeung was with two exceptions the largest depositor in the Bank of England. A there Are cases where a girls lips Are so Sweet As to make her Lover bilious unless he is very discreet. A the Washington Star Speaks of Mars As 44 that shows How Little one Star knows about another. A a. Cincinnati dry goods dealer was mean enough to discharge one of his female clerks because she dressed too plainly. A in Bath Abbey is to be seen the following epitaph 44 Here lies Ann Mann she lived an old maid and died an old a As this Isnit presidential year the idiot who takes votes on the railway trains will not it is hoped be permitted to go at Large. A Brigham Youngs 44 widow would have required 600 Yards of bom Bazine for a mourning Robe but for the prophets forethought. A it took fifty three pall bearers to Bury Raphael Semmes. Half hour guns were fired All Day at Mobile ala., on the Day of the funeral. A if women hold up their dresses to show their skirts Why not Cut the dresses off above the Bottom of the skirts and thus save cloth and vexation a it kind of gives us All a pleasant thrill to hear an English doctor remark that he never knew a fool to have a cold in the head. How a your nose neigh Bor a the result of old habits is conspicuously seen when a journalist turns grocer and informs the Public the first thing that he does not intend to give credit. A four Brothers in Illinois have got Rich by drawing houses. One is a House mover one an architect one an actor and one had Lucky tickets in a real estate lottery. A the fashionable fall hat that dips at one end is turbaned at the other and can be worn 44 either end to a to suit. Turban in front is the most City like though. A or. Roth of Danvers 111., died recently from starvation caused by ossification of the Gullet a disease which has never been known to the physicians of that Section. A or. Rutson of Texas asked his wife to hurry up dinner and she took it so much to heart that she went out and Hung herself. Husbands be so particular about an hour or two. A there was a Young Man from Van meter he bought him a handsome repeater but the Monte Man said 44 will you bet on the red a he bet Aud he wears no repeater. A Hawk Eye. A it makes the Bank of England feel bad to see so much Gold leaving for America and it makes hundreds of americans feel sad to think they can to get hold of a Dollar of it. A a woman a rights orator frankly declared that the first time a coat sleeve encircled her Waist she seemed to be in a Pavilion built of rainbows the windowsills of which were composed of eolian harps. A a new Orleans Man who was assessed upon $400 applied to have his assessment raised to $1,500. He says his property is Worth that much. The new Orleans papers Call him a Lupus natural or in other words a queer Duck. A when you arc told to go out on a farm and become a producer and Happy Horny handed son of toil just answer that you can Lay your hand on statistics to prove that three fifths of the inmates of mad houses Are from the country. A a philosophic Benedick says 44 to be nagged at and blown up by a Beautiful being of your own who loves you All the while like Apple pie and whom you love like Plum pudding is to my idea the happiest privilege of a when a Man finds an old Well so fearfully and wonderfully distasteful that pigs wont drink from it he immediately builds a big hotel lays out a Raee course and becomes the leading millionaire of a fashionable summer resort. A two Young men named Joseph e. Johnston and Fitzhugh Lee Are learning the machinist Trade in the Pennsylvania Railroad machine shops at Altoona. They Are nephews of the Confederate officers whose names they respectively Bear. A there Are several claimants to the invention of the Telephone. But or. Bell being pretty Well Over the honeymoon does no to feel so tenacious about the Telephone. The longer he is married the less he will miss news. A an Exchange says that 44 doing business without advertising is like winking at a pretty girl with goggles there is one Little difficulty about this statement a Man who done to advertise does no to do any business to speak of and pretty girls Are not in the habit of wearing goggles. A there is no diminution of piety on the Gallows. Negroes recently Hung at Edgefield s. C., and Waco tex., were effusively religious. In the latter Case the victim gave out a hymn for the crowd to sing prayed for them and then assured them that it was Well with him spiritually. They responded with an appropriate 44 a profound philosophy deep fraternal affection Ana intimate acquaintance with natural history were betrayed by a Little twelve years old in Brooklyn the other Day when they rushed in and told him that the Goat was butting fits out of the baby aged four. 44 de Goat can and to Buck de baby so Long As de baby holds on to de Goat by de Tail a was the reply. A a lady Reader writes to the new York Herald for a recipe to remove freckles. A lady in Rome who has tried the remedy recommends the following Bathe the face lightly with Cologne water after Tea and at about ten p. In. Brush both Cheeks the forehead and Chin with a carefully selected Mustache of this does not remove freckles it will under Ordinary circumstances cause them to be Sentinel. Sweets to the Sweet. A my Flora is the sweetest girl one would half think she fed on Flowers did one not know she put away much solid food at vulgar hours. Her ups Are red and Pink her Cheeks her Sweet Young figures nicely rounded did you but see her at her Lump i really think you a be astounded stay stay tis mean these Little things thus publicly to be reporting there is so much in Flora Sweet it ought and does take some supporting. A Deadwood daily newspapers Are slightly larger than a Sheet of foolscap and Are delivered to any part of the City at eighteen dollars per year or two dollars a month the editor taking the caution to announce in his prospectus that he expects every subscriber to 44 Down with the dust a and not offer 44 Coon skins scalps or watered Bug juice in payment As he is Here in Deadwood intending to Prospect through the murky channels of literature solely for the a a landlord in san Francisco has sent a notification to certain of his tenants which reads 441 learn with regret that you employ a chinese servant and buy vegetables from chinese. Being convinced that the salvation of California depends solely upon promoting the interests of White labor Only you will greatly oblige me by not patronizing or employing henceforth chinese in any shape or this is commended by a local journal As a step in the right direction. �?44 Why done to i go out into the country a said the tramp gazing with scorn at his heartless interrogator. 44 Why ainu to it Harvest time them Farmers Are just mean and Small souled enough to a a Man to turn to and work for his victuals. Do Yon suppose i want to have the Back of my neck All blistered up and my hands full of thistles and like As not get mashed up in a threshing machine and besides i could never eat Fried pork and hot biscuit All the time. It ainu to traveller. A Nevada Mosquito Story. They were telling Hunting stories in a c Street Saloon a night or two since and after several persons had Given in their experience an old Chap who appeared to be a stranger in town took the floor. Said he 44 thar is a Power of game Down to Humboldt sink ducks geese and Sichz but in some respects it is on pleasant Down thar. I got about the Wust fooled i Ever was in my life the Fust time i camped Down thar. I was on a Hunt and had a Little round tent that i stuck up in the Shadder of a Bunch of Willers. At night i curled up in this tent just room enough for me Walker latin to git up Bright and fairly next morning to try my Luck in the ducks and geese. Thar seemed to be considerable Many musketeers about so when i got into my tent i pinned up the Slit that made the door in Sich a Way so As to keep Mem out. Next morning i woke up and finding it still dark took another Nap. I Slep a Good while and when i woke up it was still dark. Took another Nap and woke up. Still dark. I thought Daylight would never come. I tried to sleep but Only dozed off a Little at times. It seemed the longest night i Ever saw. Finally i concluded to see what time it was anyhow. So i struck a match and looked at my watch. It was ten minutes of two of clock. This beat me. I concluded id take a look outside and see if thar was Enny sign of Daylight Corning. I Unpi nned my tent and on pulling open the door a Black mass of something that seemed Alfter fell on the ground a Blaze of Light at the same time striking my eyes and nearly blinding me. Being Kinder frightened i rushed out and thar i saw All Over my tent and Kaveri no of it to the depth of a bout four inches a Reg Lar mass of musketeers. I looked at the Sun and saw that my watch was right. It was two of clock in the afternoon. Gentlemen i never was so fooled Afore in All my life regarding the time of Day All along of them air musketeers and it Wasny to the Reg Lar musketeer time Nev Enterprise. An adroit preacher. A Story is told of a preacher of a Hospital sunday Sermon in illustration of the Wisdom of the Serpent that is sometimes exhibited by divines. In a District inhabited by wealthy people but mostly connected with Trade and in which 44 commercial credit is everything the Clergyman in question prefaced his remarks with these words a before commencing my Appeal to your purses my friends i will mention a Case of conscience which has been put to me this morning by an esteemed member of this congregation. He is he says to All appearance a Rich Man but in reality is on the verge of bankruptcy he would wish to put his five pounds in the collection plate As usual but would it be honest he asks seeing that what Money he had left is his creditors and not his own i have advised him dear friends not to give and if any of you Are in the same plight i also say be just before you Are generous. Those on the other hand in Good circumstances will give according to their it is said that so Many five Pound notes were never seen in the collection plate before As on the occasion of that sagacious Appeal

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