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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1885, Cambridge, Ohio Ewe a Jammine Herald. Mum in Nti nut a Cambridge de Rise co Ona Mahaffey it Ogier editors and proprib70b&. Terms ��?o�c5>py one yeasts payable at any time 53?-ii year Puffer discontinued sol for Earvel Are paid exp ept at the fit the publishers. Vol. Xvi. Business Carrs. Attorneys. A c. Steele . Cambridge office in Hutchison Block. Ohio. Marg . W. A. Cakes feb and notary Public. C a to Chi lit t. Ohio. Office in Davis Block. Decl383-tf same a c. Luccock attorney at Law business in All Tho courts the state will re office in the Cosgrave �building1, main Street Cambridge Ohio. Nov30�?~83-tf v. Craic attorney at Law amp notary Public. / Washington Guernsey county. Ohio. Trusted to him will receive prompt attention. Feb livery stables. S. S. Carnes proprietor first class livery and feed stable no. 6 la i be Street near main Cambridge Cambridge Guernsey co., Ohio thursday april 23, 1885, news the week. Gathered from a quarters. Number 46. 1�. K. Ii i. Is Marble and Granite works Cam by i due. O. Andg��?z2 no Fino ,0s the celebrated bed scotch Granite Monn Nientsu at the Low in itts Jyh Balian and american Marble Monu-8l?e mantis. Ylo a cd it us Lity j. B. Taylor. R. Scott. Taylor amp Scott at Tor n e is at a a a Cambridge Ohio. I3r"0ffice in the new Taylor Block. Aplos4-tf physicians and surgeons. L. C. Wells i. D., to Mono Pattist. Office second floor. Taylor Block main Street. All Calls attended Day night mar2-tf j c. Warne in. De i Simian amp Sui pfc Cambridge Ohio. I. A Jbf. It Thomas. Or. Harper Jefferies. Lambert Thomas amp co., a Koditek Anil Wool omission merchants. 130 North water St. And Ign. Wharves in Hollad Kulp his 1h nmr2-tf 13. Mcpeek., dealer in cts and shoes West main St., Cambridge 0. Was ,t0lleapc the in any other store in tie to Calk is Tho Best it we pm flt j olm Moss manufacturer wagons baggies Etc. Ii ii a i r. Blip one Square East City Hall Btu Ben Ville Street. Jim 1-83 boots amp is i Ges made to order by William Ogier. Bin East a Public Square in Davis utile War a in Ltd terms yer reason office Over 55 All s drug store. Apl9�?~83-tf we. Ramsey physician and surgeon rational medical dispensary Washington d. Office in Hutchinson Block. Main Street Al Foffo Lyca Nikki do k. Ohio. Druggist. Mcgill proprietor City drug store opposite Eagle Hote Cambridge I it i r working people. Send no i wants postage and we will May i l. L i a it it us f a �?o11 Royal valuable Sam i quot1 be a a a goods that will put von i n the Way making More n one in i any a ays than you Ever thought possible at any business. Capital not required. You can Bye the i Quot up Lre 1 me Only All Hie tune. All both sexes All Ages grandly successful. Fifty cents to rarity work ult lip in th8t ll1 who what Quot a i k Nia Tost to hts business. We malt Thiim is Pili �u01 to Ali Quot pro lot we i a at Wrhen it Tam j-0 for the trouble i ul1 particulars , Etc. a to Imenit. Pay absolutely sure for All who Start at once. Don t delay address it i in son co. Portland. Maine. A Del Way buy the Wmk Sivyer mime. Sold Only easy payments Over five million in use. Stst0m�e a no d0�r w0st is ers drug Needles oils and f.��, a a Presori Lucas str Falb Coapla Tiei cigars perfumery soaps Feather Duxter. Pato8. Blue grass condition powders for horses and cattle kept in Stock and sold at reasonable terms. Myl7�?T83-tf the i Tow Oil i Lek ii keeps constantly hand a Large and Good Stock harness upper and sole leather it finding which Are sold at reasonable prices. Cash id Ian Styf bark ge0 e 3ani. 84-tf Cumberland Oils and attach intents for famines feb 15-tf h. H. N pitch accent. In presents Given away. Send us scents postage and by mail you will get free a a package goods to airy a 1 wil1 8tart you in work that a once bring you in Money faster than a a a my a lev in America. All about the x i pr0rnte Quot till each Box agents a a a it we Ere a Eiter sex. Of allege. Tor All the time spar time Only to work torus at their own Homes. Fortunes for Ali i Irma muted a assured. Dont delay. H. Hallett a co., Portland me. Dec4�?T84-Ly $200,000 Washington. The postmaster general has issued an order directing the papers hied in that department in regard to postmasters shall not be shown to outsiders except his order. The commissioner pensions has determined to reorganize the boards medical examiners at tile various Largo cities throughout the country and appoint two democrats Aud one Republican to each Board. At present the boards Are in most instances made up republicans. Colonel e. C. Boudinot formerly representative the Indian nation at Washington was married Tho loth to miss Minear Washington City daughter a former California millionaire. The Groom is fifty years age and the Bride Twenty. John Augustus Neal Hoboken n. Y., has been appointed superintendent Engrav ing at the Bureau engraving and printing vice George w. Casilear new York whose resignation it is understood has been requested. The Twenty third anniversary the emancipation proclamation was celebrated by the coloured people Washington the 16th. There was tile usual Parade coloured military and civil societies which marched through the principal streets. President Cleveland stood in the front portico the executive mansion and reviewed the procession As it passed through the 55 bite House grounds. An oration by Fred Douglass Reading the a Lei Naneita edit and music made up the programme. Presidential appointments the 17th-William h. Blinker new Mexico associate Justice that territory Henry w. Hobson Denver District attorney for Colorado Thomas w. Scott marshal for Thuc Eastern District West Virginia Francis Wharton Pennsylvania examiner claims in the department state James w. Morgan South Carolina Consul general at Melbourne Jacob Mueller Ohio Consul general at Frank fort the main. Consuls a. W. Wagner Missouri at Toronto Thomas r. Welsh Arkansas at Hamilton Francis h. Wig fall Maryland at Leeds England Charles Jonas Wisconsin at Prague Richard Stockton new Jersey at Rotterdam win. Stadt Ohio at Brussels j. Harvey Brigham Louisiana at Del Norte Mexico. President Cleveland has approved the i findings the court martial in the Case general Hazen chief signal office charged with conduct prejudicial to military discipline. The court found Hazen guilty Aud sentenced him to be reprimanded. Rhe president approved the find j togs and in issuing the order reprimand i comments it the demoralizing tendency 1 unauthorized Aud cautious criticisms superiors. A proclamation was issued by president Cleveland the 17th reversing president Arthurs executive order february 27, which restored to the Public Domain the lands the old Winnebago and Crow reek Indian reservation Dakota. In his proclamation he says this step is taken after careful examination the Indian treaties bearing upon the subject fortified by an opinion the attorney general deciding that As these lands were treaty reservations president Arthur had no lawful Power to restore them to the Public Domain. He also warns All persons occupying these lands to remove from them within sixty Days. Feds among numerous relatives Aud friends and leaves the rest her estate to her grand son Edwin d. Morgan. Edward Legrand the son a wealthy and respectable family Wilkes Barre pa., and now serving a term in jail at that place for forging his fathers name to a note attempted suicide by swallowing a paper carpet tacks and afterwards tried to hang himself with a Sheet. The watchman rescued him while in t he last act. It is thought he cannot recover. During a Stone flight in Philadelphia a few Days ago Between rival factions boys Vav alter Brown six years old was struck in Tho head with a Brick and killed. Business failures in the United states reported during the week ended the 17th, number Ujj against 174 in Tho preceding week and 155, Igo and 86 in tins corresponding week Issi 1883 and 1882 respectively. The annual report the Union Pacific Railroad company just issued shows Tho Gross earnings the entire system during the past your to have been $25,791,199. The expenses and taxes were $15,113,053 leaving the net earnings $10,678,136. Isaac Fultz a Well known business Man South Bethlehem pa., committed suicide a few Days ago by hanging himself in his stable. He was discovered by his wife but when Cut Down life Wras extinct. Business troubles Are supposed to have caused the act. The Well known negro dialect comedian Bobby Illinois died at not a York City the loth from pneumonia lie was thirty years old. Major Jonas f. Capelle sex Merber the Massachusetts legislature who was it Apt Ain in a regiment in that state during the a and who is connected with Tho Loyal legion g. A. It. Aud other similar organizations was arrested at Boston the 17th for charging from $100 to $300 fur services As pension agent whereas the Law limits the fee to ten dollars. He was held in $500 bail Lur examination. Job work and advertising the Herald Floe is supplied with a new and Complete outfit the latest styles Job material and is prepared to execute All kind Job work the shortest possible notion. Advertisers will and its columns the Best medium in Tbs county for reaching the attention the Bete class people and at the lowest living Rales. Terms advertising and Job prices can a ascertained and samples work f unbaked an a mutation. Bridge tender at Ashtabula o., was killed the i til by being struck by an Iron lever w by i Quot turning Tho Bridge to allow a tug to pass. C Harles Belier aged forty years who was in jail at Dayton Ohio under a heavy sentence Hung himself the 17th. Sixteen buildings in the Village Bris Tol near Elkhart iud., were destroyed by lire the 16th, entailing a loss $40,000 insurance $13,000. Tho steam oat Jolly was sunk in Bayou Jessie ten Miles above Morgan City la., a Ivy nights ago. The boat was moored at the Bank at the time and most the Crew and passengers were asleep. The Captain Felt the boat sinking and attempted to arouse the Crew and passengers but William and Amos Shinn two passengers could not to awakened and went Down with the boat. Tho two Brothers had just married Sisters. Benjamin Piatt a Well known attorney hanged himself the Lith in his Law office fourteenth Street Cincinnati. Ile was a brother Consul Piatt and a Cousin Don Piatt. Maddux Brothers wholesale grocers and dealers in tobacco and cigars at Cincinnati assigned the 17th. Nominal assets $180,000 liabilities $130,000. General Grant. There seems to be a growing impression among the patients friends that he will recover. The general dressed himself yesterday looming after a Good nights Hest and took breakfast at the f Amily Board. Hotels. Park hotel opposite court House cd Mbride Ohio Joseph Morton proprietor. Loss�la9s a a Ezcry particular a a Central e i i x e e w. A. Gill proprietor. Main Street Cambridge Ohio. The leading House in town $2.00 per Day. Marked f e Mccollum manufacturer biggies and wagons. He is also prepared to do All kinds blacksmithing at reasonable rates. Pts shop South end Mill Street. I it Lage Ohio a n n i 71&Quot 8e, 8ix.�nt� for postage Lelej i / la in l receive tree it costly to rail a l�?T2.x which will a a a a my help you to More Money dlr by away than anything in this world All re either sex succeed from first hour. The Broad Road to Fortune opens before the work ers absolutely sure. At once address. To e do co., Augusta Maine. De4�?Th4-Ly t. C. Stanley a paper Hanger Cambridge Ohio. Ogieru a store All orders left at prompt attention Arcade hotel Cambridge Ohio. William Weaver proper. A frn Careat hotel to Railroad depots. First-cma9-_________________ del8-s-tf Exchange hotel Cald Vav ill Ohio John w. Robinson proprietor. Every attention Comfort and convenience Given go oils. Good stabling connected with the House. It so per Day jy6vtf Kirk House. 81.50 per Day. Corner Market and fourth streets. We. Kirk win free. Hai will receive apl9k&tf More Money than at anything else no taking an Agency for the Best Eli Irir look out beginners Suc ii i it i a run none fail. Terms Hallett by Mik co., Portland me. Dc4�?T k4-1 y time schedule for t x. V. By. Co. Tivi v. Tarle Tak no. 3. No7i Vav. A a Teet dec. So station v a at n 4 p m. A. In 46 6 30 i a 8to 2 8 41 in. To 2 20 9 05 4 50 7 40 3 to 8 00 Vav. H. At e c. Win la. Cumberland Blue Bell. A so m. Junction. A Point pleasant. Hartford. Senecaville a Morgan jct. La In. P Arll 25 la in. La 55 la 45 10 50 11 25 to 10 a 50 in 5o 40 a % log 05 45 est Batesville N. Manager f Timberland Proprietor. Mar2-tf Zanesville Ohio. Valley railway. by Aki in Pili a i has. _ Central St Aro Ard time. J southward tra in . Thompson s. Crow proprietor Farmers hotel a a a eth we a mar2�?Ttf j. W. Lippincott proprietor the Beecher House Cor. Brawny and South Street., Quaker City. Ohio. Was turcomfo16 american House Washington Ohio. J am is Smith proper Good stabling connected with the House. _ je22-s�tf stations. Cleveland. I depend circe. Everett. Akron. East Akron a Uniontown. Greentown. New Berlin. Lake Park quote pm a . A. Ii moshing Valley Junction Arr i no. It a. In it 7 45 8 15 8 47 9 i 9 19 918 a 47 a 64 2 25 2 57 h in 9 at 4 07 4 20 4 34 4 41 to 4 55 la a. In. P. In stations. Acc Oil n re. C a s Quot i .5 i no. 5. No.25 i in. A. In. 5 40 8 40 a to 9 la 6 42 9 43 7 03 porn 7 13 to 14 7 30 to 33 7 37 to 42 7 41i to 49 cd ii 03 i In. A. In. I. Of. Oct by he Sirj to a a a a Globe House Cumberland Ohio James Canady proper. Keeps a fret Claas hotel runs no free Hack and charges $1.50 per Day. Good stabling Coop ered with the House. Hokum Val Ley Junction de p., it. W. D a crossing it Anton. Lake Park. New Berlin. Greentown. Uniontown. Lint Akron Akron. Everett Quot Independence. no. 2. No. 4. No. 6. No.2d a. A M.,a. . A ii 08 a ii Aill i ii in 11 57 12 04 m2 27 a i 02 i 30 28 3io 3 27 3 a i 3 42 4 4 4 m 5 j8 6 40 0 50 41 a trains Stop signal. P. In. P. In. 7 55 8 til 8 i 8 31 8 40 9 ii 0 40 to to a. In. 2 25 2 38 2 45 2 53 3 Al 3 20 3 45 4 in 4 60 Isaac it k in Olds ii. A. Cab rant we qmr1j�iiv.iaer Geum a puss. At a Smi j a master transport Alloo the East. Tho returns from the i Artnur elections in new Jersey show Large democratic gains in Hudson county. The county Board formerly Republican is now democratic sixteen to four. The four Story Brick building occupied by John f. Hunora As a piano manufactory a est forty second Street new York was destroyed by fire the 13th. During the fire the third floor gave Way Njuki no nine firemen severely two them believed to to fatally Hurt. At Pittsburgh the l Ith Tho jury in the Case James k. Lane against the executors James h. Brown for Money loaned in gambling returned a verdict for the defendant thus confirming the defense in the Case that the contract under which the plaintiff expected to recover was a gambling contract. The funeral the venerable . Jefferson Church Alti slavery worker took place from his late residence in Spring Field mass., the 14th. It was very largely attended. Parker Pillsbury anti slavery Fame made the funeral i oration. There was no music nor prayer the pall bearers were six Well known coloured citizens. At the election in Albany n. Y., the 14th Andrew Hamilton Democrat was reelected Justice nod eleven democratic and six Republican supervisors a Republican one. The schedules Mitchell a Kinzler j proprietor Tho hotel Brunswick new York City were filed the 14th, showing liabilities amounting to >276,713 nominal assets $333,617 actual assets $122,372. I he largest gun Ever made for the United states government was recently by the South Boston Iron company to the ordnance Droving station at Sandy Hook. The gun has been in process construction since last August. It is thirty two feet in length weighs fifty three tons and is if to one Inch calibre. It carries an 890-Poun i shot and uses j pounds powder in one discharge. It is intended for an experimental Long Range Rifle gun Frank Siddall Philadelphia the 15th paid $1,000 Cash to j. Annoy Knox the Texas sittings Tor one ticket to his lecture to be Given in new York to Aid the fund to erect a Pedestal in new York Bai Lier for Bartholdi a statue a Liberty enlightening the j he i Eun Sylvania House representatives the loth by a vote Joh to 65, adopted a amendment to the Lull prohibiting discrimination in freights and imposing a Fine not exceeding $5,000 any person convicted violating the Law. Tho clauses requiring the publicity freight rates and providing imprisonment for the offenders were rejected by a decisive vote. The Section providing treble damages for injuries sustained by shippers through violation Tho Law is retained. Rev. B. By Hinger i. In the Sewickley a presbyterian Church and Well known throughout the country die Dat that place Tho loth after a protracted illness aged sixty three years. The managers a dozen roller skating rinks in new York and Brooklyn met recently Aud organized an association intended to promote improvement in the tone rinks and protect them against legislation in favor theater managers and liquor Sellers. Hugh Mccann a Blind Man who killed his wife Iii Newburgh n. Y., two months ago by knocking Ber Down and jumping her has been indicted for murder in the first degree. I he will mrs. Eliza 51. Morgan widow sex governor Edwin i. Morgan was filed in the surrogates office at new York City the loth. She leaves $383,000 to her immediate relatives and friends Aud $13,5,-000 for charitable and Church purposes divides Bop valuable jewels Aud personal West and South. At the Bloomington 111. Opera House n the night the l Ith two actors named lad a ire and Dempsey who played the Brothers in the two orphans substituted Sharp knives for foils in the lighting scene and fought desperately. Both were terribly Cut and eclairs fainted Tho stage. At a meeting the 14th the Minnesota democratic state committee it was resolved to ask Heads departments at 55 Ashington not to recognize applications for office unless endorsed by Patrick Kelly the National democratic committee. At Union City tenn., the 14th cud Farriss whited and Freeman Ward coloured were hanged in Tho fair grounds by i a masked men numbering about two Hundred. They belonged to a gang j thieves who recently have committed Many depredations citizens that plat e. Lawrence Berry aged about thirty Throe years attempted suicide the l Ith by throwing himself in t rout a locomotive j Quot ii the Lake Shore Road at Cleveland One leg was completely crushed off at the j thigh and Tho other horribly mangled below Tho knee. Ile state i that he wanted to i die As his troubles were More than he j could Bear. The Detroit Midi Bakers at a meeting j in tile i the decided to Ltd Advance the Price bread one cent per loaf. On account the Advance in tile Price flour. Mary Moore la Crescent minn., died the 13th after a fast forty flt it Days. She could Only retain Small quantities j water. For thirty two Days no attempt has been made to administer food in any j Way. Previous to that the food was rejected instantly being taken. The cause the trouble is supp its a Mohave been cancer the stomach. David Mcleod an agent for the i rude tial life Lustra company was killed at Baltimore the Lith while passing some new houses Preston Street by being struck the head by a falling Board i which was blown by the wind. He was a fifty one years old and leaves a family. A kit ration the business part Bloomer 5vis., was destroyed by lire the Lith in eluding fifteen More business establishments. Loss Jai buildings and Stock $.50 too j insurance $35,000. I lieutenant Julius i. Pardee u. S. A., who has been stationed at fort Porter m. T., for the past year has disappeared. It j is said he ran in debt and sold his for i the same month to two parties. Ile is re j ported to have fled to Canada. The Ohio Central Railroad was sold at j Toledo Ohio the 15th, under two orders i Sale. The main line running from to f Ledo to Corning Perry county a distance j i 200 Miles was bid in by c. Candy Ltd. \ 55. Opdyke Aud Grinnell Burt As trustees for the main Lino bondholders for $1,000,-j too. The terminal property in Toledo and Columbus was bought by la. Johnson. E. H. It. Lyman and 55. C. Hill representing the holders Tho terminal Bonds for $74,000. There was no opposition to the bids. William Clark a Farmer Holt county j mo., the 14th shot and killed mrs. Harding a Willow aged forty two her daughter Annie aged sixteen wounded a Boc the family aged fourteen and then killed himself. Clarke had been threatened with a suit for damages for alleged intimacy with the girl. Several ladies among them mrs. Admiral Reynolds started in a boat Tho loth from Hampton to visit lid Point Comfort v a., will a couple negroes As oarsmen. Tho water was rough and the wind High. The boat was upset near the i Leach. All were rescued but mrs. Reynolds died from exhaustion. At Evansville ind., the 15th Mary diaper her daughter aged eleven and her Niece Caroline Dempsey twelve years old while floating Down the River in in open boat composed two skiffs lashed together were drowned by Tho boat capsizing. Jeff and William Paine Brothers coloured were fatally shot in a Street affray at Savannah ga., the loth by another negro Lewis Henderson. The murderer escaped. Foreign intelligence. A officer Board the United states h earner Juniata writing to a Friend in 55�?Tashington, says a the Juniata has been at Tho Pagoda Anchorage the min River eight Miles below Foo Chow for two months and we Are unable to move. We can not ascend because the shallowness the River we can not descend because the Mouth the River is blockaded by Tor a letter from the Boundary line Victoria county n. Restates that there is ample evidence that the fenian proposes to invade new Brunswick this summer. A there the Boundary a says the writer a the thing is openly discussed and no secret. I he meditated blow it new Brunswick will to struck w lieu the military Are All out in Tho Northwestern territory. Late advices from Erze Roun the capital Armenia in Asiatic Turkey via Trebitz Zond states that marauders entered that City and attacked the British consulate j Tho building was wrecked and Tho Consul wounded. Tho English government has made a demand Turkey for the arrest and punishment the offenders and that proper reparation be made to Tho Consul it is stated that Prince Bismarck will devote the interest the fund presented to him his birthday to the founding bursaries for students in philology thus supporting his cherished ideas in favor higher education. The amount available will be about 50, Khz Marks. 55 alter \ Goethe the Only remaining Lineal descendant the great poet died in Leipsic the 16th. Edward Pierrepont Secretary the american legation at Rome died the loth. He was left to charge american affairs in Italy by sex minister Astor when he returned to this country. A conflagration in the town Melleng i vat a few Days ago destroyed one Hundred and fifty houses. Fifty persons were reported burned to death. Within six hours a few Days ago quota a Tims for Grain freights from Odessa Kus i is a jumped from four to ten dollars. I a dispatch from the Czar was received tile 16th by Baron de Taal russian ambassador at Tho court St. James in which his Royal highness instructs the Baron to assure . Gladstone and the j members the English Cabinet that he i earnestly Hopes that a prompt and simple arrangement will lie entered into by which i the present threatening aspect affairs Mav be overcome Aud an amicable adjustment reached ail questions Iii dispute. Lord do i Ria Tho \ Viceroy India the 18th wired the Home government that Iii his opinion it Koukl be tantamount to the sheer est Folly to go to War with Russia Over the question who shall be the possessor i in Deli. In says the place is an unimportant and insignificant afghan town and not Worth Tho shedding one drop English blood. It is said that the members the Gladstone Cabinet have adopted this View the matter and express tin Nisei ves As perfectly Content to allow Russia to Annex the place to her Asiatic possessions. I to children Zime gravel and a daughter Tim Lezotte occupants a tenement House at port loves opposite Jue Boc out., perished in the flames which destroyed the building Tho night the 17th. The patients condition. New Ork april 16.�?dr. Do gins stated at eleven clock last night that Gen Era Grant had Irvn very free from pain dining the afternoon and evening. His con coition wits not materially changed since last report. He had coughed but Little and was licit troubled by any accumulation mucous. His pulse at that hour was seventy two temperature Normal. Lie was sleeping quietly. New v Ork april 17.�?ex-senator Chaffee came out the Grant mansion yesterday morning at ten clock after a Short visit. He said a i think the general s condition is wonderful. He seemed to me to look much latter every Way. His eyes were brighter than thew have beam for some time past. We spoke the remarkable sympathy manifested by the people All Over the country and he seemed to in very much touched. There is one thing to be Sain about his Throat and that is that no one can deny Hie fact that it was ulcerated and very badly ulcerated too. But the question is whether it is a cancer not. If it is. There is Little Hope for life it is not a cancer then there is hoj get. He i think has now Hopes getting . Chaffy intimated that the physicians had made a w Rong diagnosis but to would not say so positively. the general retired at 9 30 a in., and since that time has is am dozing in his chair having been occasionally disturbed by coughing and sex i it Ector Tion. Ile is now quietly sleeping after having t Ken his nourishment. His pulse is seventy. Of Good volume and regular temperature Normal. New 5 Ork april 18.�?there seems to he a glowing impression that general Grant will recover. The Sun said ski Stively yesterday morning though apparently its own authority a it is now settled that general Grant s disease is not several the afternoon papers state that the general s physicians now think their patient will recover. No interview has yet been reported however in which any one the physicians in attendance makes a definite statement that will Bear out these assert ions. Or. Shrady s most sanguine utterance thus far has been that he feels very hopeful for to future but that it is premature to say that the general is out danger. Jesse Grant said yesterday that he was still inclined to think the original diagnosis cancer was Correct. The specialist w to made tile microscopic examination Throat tissue and whose report confirmed the diagnosis cancer is . George r. Elliott an expert in this disease. Or. Elliott was asked whether in View the recent urn in general graut8eoudition, he still held that the disease was cancer. Ii replied a a i have not seen the general a Throat since i made the examination but toe Progress the disease As reported has not convinced me that the ease is not one epithelium. There Are to be sure some Peculiar features hold tin course general Grants illness but none i think which cannot to reconciled to Tho theory a Piton line. Epithelium is very slow growth. Ups Are to he expected. The improvement Lutc May be accounted for partly by tile sloughing the diseased tissue. As ulceration proceeds the amount dead tissue increases. When til is is remove from time to time great Relief is Given. The diagnosis was not made wholly the a get it to presented by the diseased tissue. The general course and symptoms the disease were considered. The possibilities the disease being something varying from cancer were duly weighed. To my mind Hie physicians in charge have been very conservative in their treatment those who have not watched the Case throughout tuft i not to correctly informed about a not Vine i later news. H. A. Mccormick sex to United states District attorney for the Western District Pennsylvania died at Tho wed Penn a Vlanin Hospital Pittsburgh the i9th. To had been a sufferer from insomnia for several weeks. At a meet lug the Montgomery county i Ohio Farmers club the 18th, reports i rom All the townships showed the Grain tip a Dis to be in a deplorable condition. An average t he estimates wheat showed a yield for the entire county four to five bushels to the acre. Barley is a total failure and Clover nearly so. Much the Wheatland will to slowed up and sowed in Oats. The fact has been made Public and is causing no Little Surprise and comment in political circles that 5vrill-ia m ii. Mccleary has tendered his resignation As postmaster Pittsburgh. Nine months Tho term his commission Are unexpired and this action his part it is said has for its object Tho giving to one faction Tho democratic party advantage Over another in securing the new appointment. 55 Illi am Jones a Workman brutally murdered mrs. Alexander Kinney at Stoney Hill n. J., a lonely place the second Orange Mountain about four Miles from Plainfield the 18th, and then committed suicide. Jones boarded with i lie family. The husband is employed in new York coining Home saturday lights. There were evidences a struggle Aud there were pools blood in tile Kitchen and parlor. No motive can be assigned for the act another prominent physician said that he Beli wed the general slow condition was due to the effects cocaine and opium and not to the disease. There is a Rumor that . Sands who has been consulting surgeon in the Case has dropped out being unable to agree with Tho other physicians As to the nature and treatment the disease. A when the general arose yesterday morning a a said Harrison a the insisted getting up Aud at once proceeded to put his clothes with an alacrity that was truly astonishing. After dressing lie spent the time in w talking up and Down the room now and then going to the window and gazing out the Street and at the passers by. When breakfast was ready instead having it brought into his room he expressed hic desire to eat at the family Board and picking up his Cane went Down to breakfast. Leaning the Arm his son at the table mrs. Sartoris looking Bright and Happy sat next the general and administered to his wants. Mrs. Grant who has been looking sad for tile past month smiled and was in a cheerful mood. The Happy family partook the meal with greater relish than for Many a Long Day. It Jones was in love a. Alo.-.,. I with mrs. Kinney a youngest daughter i in Adams amp Westlake manufacturing who is a Domestic in new York. It in in it i a t at Brazil iud., the 18th Patrick Craddock Boss roller in the rolling Mill attempted to fix the set screws the Rolls. By some Means he was drawn through the Rolls Aud ii is body was mashed to a pulp. No one witnessed the affair. Craddock was forty years old Ami leaves a family. Dan Mace the Well known Driver trotting horses aids at his residence in new York the 20th Brights disease. News from Clarks crossing Winnipeg would indicate that riels half Breeds Are deserting him the approach the troops. It is said that w Hite Cap chief the Teton Sioux was made an unwilling ally by being forced into the ranks. Riel in View the near approach the troops has abandoned his threatened March upon Tho settlers in Temperance Colony around Saskatchewan. A ferry was launched at Clarks crossing the 19th. It in now predicted that a Battle May occur any Day Between the rebels Aud troops As the former Are still defiant. The following changes Are shown in the statement the new York associated Banks for the week ended april 19 Loans decrease $184,700 specie increase $1,636,-yol Legal tenders increase $1,232,500 deposits decrease $3,322,200 circulation in crease $49,700 Reserve , $198,840. I to Banks held $50,890,375 i excess Legal i requirements a Many Chicago has shut Down works throwing 350 men and boys out i employment. The employees contend hint j the shut Down was ordered with the View re engaging the Force at a reduction wages. Resolutions were recently passed by the new Orleans Board health requesting the governor to Issue a quarantine proclamation imposing a detention ten Days All vessels arriving there from infected ports after May j. Tho appearance a oath Quot streets Milwaukee the pith created much excitement. The animal attacked every one to his Way and before he was killed eleven persons were bitten. Sofar As Learned All the victims Are children except one a Man. I he Illinois commander the Loyal legion the pit h gave a banquet at Tho grand Pacific hotel Chicago to the delegates to the fifth Congress the order. Covers were Laid for 215. Colonel John Mason Loomis commander the Illinois Loyal legion presided. An orchestra played patriotic airs. Colonel Loomis delivered an address Welcome Aud sex pre Sidonic Hayes responded. Adalbert Marst recently appointee a prisoners drowned. One Hundred rebels taken out into the Bay at Colon and drowned. Chicago april 18.�?a special to the times from the City Mexico says a when the troops the colombian Gocr Anent finally entered Colon after it had been burned by the rebels under the leadership Preston they captured several squads tile rebels. During the past Twenty Days the number these prisoners has been considerably augmented by the receipt straggling rebels captured in surrounding districts. It is not known now just How Many rebels were thus held prisoners at Colon but got authority places the number at about 400. Authentic information reached tins City wednesday night that the officers the colombian government selected too Hie worst rebels imprisoned at Colon and placing them Board a Steamer took them out into the Bay where Hie entire too were thrown overboard and drowned. Ohio legislature. School Bouk several important measures indefinitely postponed and others Defeated struggling with the general appropriation Hill. Senate april 13.�?but Little business importance was transacted by the Senate to Day. In the afternoon an invitation Ramn the it ouse to meet with that body to Lorn in extending a Welcome to senator Merman was accepted Lefter which the Senate adjourned. Little in the Way business was accomplished in the House to Day. It timing made known that Hon. John Sherman United states senator from Ohio was in the City a Resolution was unanimously passed appointing a committee three to wait upon him and invite him to the House also asking the Senate to join with the douse in extending a Welcome to the distinguished senator from Ohio. The committee sch afterwards appeared with i Norman who was introduced to the Assembly by speaker Marsh Aud responded in a Brief but eloquent speech in which he t ranked the Assembly for the Courtesy extended at Ter which a recess was taken and the members were severally introduced. Senate april ill among the Bills passed to Day few if any were general in to rest. Or. I Rudens Bill amending Section 0189 so As to not excuse contributing members military companies from jury duty was passed the Senate in committee the Hole took up the general appropriation Bill. When the item Tor the Public works was reached . Cable Addend 80 a to appropriate Viou,.000 for the purpose repairing and putting Tho canals in order. This was agreed to yeas 15, nays to. House. Most the Forenoon was occupied in considering . Washburn a Bill amending the divorce Laws. It was finally Laid the table by a vote 30 to 20. Or. Haleys eight hour Bill came up in regular order and was put its passage and lost. Senate april 15.�?the general approx i lotion Bill passed the Senate to it Lay. A dozen amendments we re added to it including the appropriation $130, for the canals recommended by the commit tee cd the 55 Hole. It was sent Back to the House As amended. House. The Lewis substitute for the Uren schoolbook Bill was adopted by the House to Day with an amendment providing that no change be made in the text books for five years. The Bill provides Tuat each Board shall determine at a regular meeting by an affirmative vote a major Ltd All its members the studies to be used in the schools under its control but no text Book shall be changed nor any portion thereof altered revised for five years after its adoption without the con sent three fourths All the members elected to the Board Given at a regular meeting and All branches shall be taught in the English language. Each Board education is authorized to Purchase direct from the publishers dealers at the lowest wholesale contract Price such necessary school text books Ana other school supplies As May be determined by the Board and furnish the same to pupils in the schools under its control at Cost Price. Each Board education is authorized to for such necessary school textbooks and other school supplies out the contingent fund at the disposal the Board. The Bill by . Puck pm amending and revising the fish Law too state was tabled by a vote 33 aves to 31 nays and is probably disposed for his session. Or. Myers Bill to prevent Rand in Canning fruit and vegetables was passed with but one dissenting vote. The Bill by . Dickson adding villages containing Normal schools to those that May prohibit by ordinance the Sale intoxicating liquors after a Brief and spirited debate was lost its Massage. Or. Kohler a Bill relating to the killing Birds Lor fax dermal purposes and exempting taxidermists from the penalties attaching to the unlawful killing such was passed by a majority one. Or. Bruces Bill amending lie isms relating to immoral literature was passed by a vote 68 ayes to 3 nays. The Bill makes it unlawful to dispose in any Way any newspaper periodical illustrated paper devoted to the publication criminal news and accounts stories deeds immorality crime. Or. Sherman a Bill to punish trespassers upon fair grounds was passed. The House concurred in the Senate amendments to he Bill providing for female physicians in insane asylums and it is now a Law. The Bill . Thompson to authorize counties to counsel for defending suits against sex officers was amended so As to exclude such officers who have been guilty malfeasance and against whom suits have been brought and then passed. Senate april 16.�?the Senate to Day by a vote 20 ayes to 4 nays passed the Bill providing for a committee to Hunt up delinquent taxes and it is now a Law. Ii is applicable Only to Cuya hoga county by a vote 20 to 8 the Senate refused to rescind the Tri weekly adjournment Resolution so the regular adjournment will take Dace to Morrow. Or. Oren a Bil providing that raisers produce shall not 3e obliged to obtain a License to sell their own produce was passed and is now a Law. The Senate refused to confirm the Rev. James Poindexter As trustee the Ohio University at Athens. . Mooney a Bill to apportion the state into inspection districts to provide for the a educate inspection workshops factions and team cuts passed the House to Day. It provides for one Chiel inspector who who with the approval the governor May appoint three District inspectors All whom Are to give their entire time to the duties the office. The salary the chief inspector is to be $l,o00 per year and the Deputy inspectors $1,000 each. The Bill introduced a few Days ago by . Val authorizing the state Board agriculture to Issue Bonds was called up Aud passed without discussion. It authorizes the Board to Issue not More than $80,-000 in Bonds and secure the same by mortgage the realty recently purchased by the Board in this City at a rate interest not to exceed eight per cent per annul. The general appropriation Bill contains an item $15,000, thus giving the Board control $95,000, which is considered ample for its needs. Senate april 17.�?the introduction a few unimportant Bills and a couple reports i rom committees local interest Only concluded the labors the Senate to Day and an adjournment was taken until the 20th, at four In. number Bills were indefinitely postponed among them the following providing for the repeal the Law exempting contributing members military companies from jury duty to provide against the evils resulting from periodical depressions in manufacturing industries and to promote agriculture known As the a a Homestead the following Bills were introduced after which an adjournment was made until tuesday the 20th creating a Holiday each week saturday afternoons to provide for pen Sioning soldiers the War the late rebellion to provide for the taxation express companies and equal distribution the Revenue they Ltd from. Milf Breed troubles evil issues a manifesto in which to excites the wrongs inflicted upon the half Breeds. Meeting prominent Fronch a Nadlang at Montreal condemn the government for the trouble and sup. Port the half Breeds. Riel issues a manifesto. Winnipeg april 16.�?Riel has drawn up a manifesto. A Long account is Given the proceedings the deputation which went to Ottawa in 1881 to put before the government Tho complaints the half Breeds St. Albert and the Saskatchewan country. He says that the appointment the half Breed commission is a confession that the half Breeds had not received Justice. Strong representations had been made by archbishop tache and others the answer always being that a something would be i his went until 1876, when governor Laird advocated a general settlement. In 1876, �?T77 and �?T78, urgent representations were made to the government in 1879, when sir John Macdonald came into Power these representations were renewed. Riel says . Dewdney must have misled the government that the Dominion surveyors had no sooner ceased to harrass the half Breeds than Timber inspectors began to Tine settlers for taking Timber off land which they had been cultivating for years though the patents had been withheld. Riel appeals to the White settlers to testify to the mismanagement Saskatchewan and Elberta since 1870, and to the tyranny and dishonesty the officials and says his people did not fire upon Crozier until that officer fired first that War is being forced upon them though the parliament knows they have been wronged. In conclusion he says that they must die fighting. This document together with the Bill rights september and the new Bill rights will be sent to Gene a i Middleton. Gabriel Dumont is the most Active Man in the rebel ranks and compels Many followers by threats death to stand out he denies having incited Hie indians and says they Are avenging their own sufferings Aud showing the government that they will not submit to Dewdney any longer. The rebel leaders say that if they Are driven out the Saskatchewan country they will go to the peace River and form a territory their own and not submit until officials Are appointed. 55. A. Fadden. Of Calgary passed through Here tuesday for Ottawa bearing resolutions adopted by the White settlers around Calgary demanding that their rights be recognized. Ile says Riel was among the settlers two weeks ago and that 600 Whites volunteered to help him. Fadden has no doubt that the Whites will take up arms if the government refuses to listen to their claims. A Battleford dispatch says the country North there was burned Over 5vednesday for Miles by indians travelling Westward. Vii farms both sides the River were raided and horses and cattle driven away. The Garrison however is powerless to do anything except hold itself in readiness to prevent an attack. Montreal. April Surprise was caused Here yesterday by the receipt news that the sixty fifth Montreal regiment volunteers now at Calgary refuses to proceed against Riel making the excuse that they need equipments. This is the Only French Canadian regiment Montreal and its refusal to proceed is generally supposed to be due to its unwillingness to be led against the French half Breeds under Riel. A special meeting the tub National was held last evening at the la Patrie Hall for the purpose considering the troubles in the Northwest. Many prominent French canadians were present a series motions were proposed and put to the meeting blaming the government for the troubles and supporting the half Breeds in their claims. Or. Martineau moved that the government be censured for sending French canadians to fight their compatriots. A heated discussion ensued. Or. X. Perault in support the motion said it was time Testate openly what every one thought inwardly. The Metis looked to French canadians As their natural protectors and indeed their present struggle resembled in Many ways the straggle their compatriots in 1837-38. Many other revolutionary speeches were made. The motion was finally carried. Intense feeling is evident All through Quebec against the position the government in suppressing the rising by Force. Ottawa out april 16.�?there is Little change in the condition affairs in the Northwest As shown in official reports yesterday. The government denies the report that it is disposed to effect a settlement with the half Breeds and indians by treaty. Sir John Macdonald states that he will first put Down the rebellion and then listen to what the rebels have to say. Twentieth anniversary the death Abraham Lincoln. A a Man in Eastern Arkansas was arrested a charge marrying a girl who was engaged to some one else. A your Honor,�?T1 said a lawyer when Tho bridegroom had been arraigned a this Man Iris not violated the Law and i Demaud his a was no to the engaged to John Jackson a a yes a a then Bill Simons must to a a under what Law your Honor 1 a a i under the Law removing mortgaged property. Take him to jail air. traveler. On the the Beach at Seaside Park a Peculiar Oyster Shell was picked up Tho other Day. A portion the outside the Shell is polished and smooth As a piece Marble and that polished part contains two capital lain reverse order. These letters Are deeply and smoothly engraved into the Shell. Beneath them Are two initial letters Uncle same a name also in inverted order. It is relieved that the Oyster when Young a upon a Metal plate to the water . Tribune. A Oscar Wilde said the other Day in his lecture at Glasgow that nothing distressed him More than to see a paragraph that such and such a color was going to be fashionable next season and be held that it would not be More ridiculous to read Iii a musical Magazine that a a b Flat was going to be a fashionable note. I certainly think that if a a a Flat can not possibly make itself fashionable a a Flat can Aud very often truth. To have been a wife a widow a Mother and again a Bride Iii one year May be crowding a Good Deal into life but it is what with various other things a pretty Little lady now in this City has succeeded in times Union. Caving raised Charles Munster a Blacksmith at Leesville o., has made a steel clock which strikes hours quarters and minutes and has eleven dials corresponding to Tho eleven leading cities the United Leader. A in fifteen years Texas expects to have mole congressmen Tutora any other state in the Union a the California legislature passed a Bitt appropriating $40,0 x to build a hotel for Tui Leivin the Yosemite Valley. Springfield 111., april 15.�?despite Tho unfavourable weather the twentieth anniversary the death Abraham Lincoln was observed Here yesterday with imposing ceremonies. The Early trains from All directions brought Large crowds participants. Over 500 representatives German Turners and other organizations with several bands music coming from Chicago alone. Representative germans from All parts the West were present it having been decided by the various societies to Render a Nat tonal tribute to the memory Hie martyred president. Numerous offerings fragrant Flowers were placed around the Tomb at an Early hour and at the time appointed for the ceremonies it was surrounded by a vast throng. Orations were delivered by governor Oglesby lion. S. Conkling and others after which the Tomb was decorated with Twenty seven memorial wreaths contributed by the Turners organizations the United states. Instrumental and vocal music by the societies brought the ceremonies to a close. The hebrew conference. Philadelphia april 15.�?the hebrew conference was reassembled yesterday morning in the vestry Rode Sholem synagogue Rev. Or. Maurice Jastrow in the chair. The committee Sabbath schools presented their report. A series resolutions that the jewish ministers association appoint a standing committee five to collect materials for statistics in order to become acquainted with the condition and Progress the religious instructions the Young and suggest plans and methods Reform upon a basis Harmony was adopted also one that a convention Sabbath school superintendents to meet with the conference Board to take action such Points which an agreement is possible. An indignation meeting. Grand rapids mieh., april 16.�?an indignation meeting was held Here tuesday night and attended by an immense crowd All political parties to denounce the action state senator and mayor elect John l. Curtiss for having refused to vote in the Senate resolutions sympathy for general Grant leaving the Senate because the chaplain prayed for Grant and saying that if Grant Dies and if a Flag was put at Liaf Mast the Capitol he would not enter the build ing. Col. Mcreynold presided. Speeches were made denouncing Curtiss action and resolutions were adopted arraign ing him for infamous conduct and language and demanding his resignation As Well As his seat Iii the Senate

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