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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1885, Cambridge, Ohio Feb Wuhib 1tut tbu1801t Asi Cambridge Guernsey co Olla Mahaffey amp Ogier editors and proprietor term w�?o7vt�rye?if- v.1?�?T pm a a a a a a a a util All arrear from a we a it let wild sued pm paid Evcei it a at a a a a i ii ill vol. Xvii. Busin Ess cards. Attorneys. It. Or. Mathews. Mathews amp Heade Atto x Rys a i Law. In Hutchison Block Cambridge Ohio. f. Notary Public in office. W. A. Cak Fatek and notary Public c�1rbr1i>g,0ii0 office in Davis Block. Ilecl383-tf same a c. Luccock Atto Ruoy at Lav in All the courts the state will re to i Ina 1 Ion it attention. Office in the e Sglav building main Street Cambridge Obi. Nov30�?T83-tf v. Craig amp Nolan Public. Washington Guernsey county. Ohio Distri trusted Tohm Quot ill receive prompt attention. Feb7tf B. Taylor. A a Jott. Taylor amp Scott attorneys at Law Cambridge Ohio. By office in the new Taylor Bloke. _ ap0�?T84-tf physicians and surgeons. L. C. Wells m. D., Homoeopathy is. Office second floor. Taylor Block main Street. All Calla attended Day night. Mar2-tf O. Steele. Fred. L. Rosemond Steele a it sem , a t t r x e y sat a a w Cami Michie Ohio. Ba2k.aryin office office Over Cid National livery stables. Is. S. Carnes proprietor Lively and feed Stadie to. G la due Street near main camber Tor. O. Cambridge Guernsey co., Ohio thursday August 20, 18% news the week. Number la. Gathered from All quarters. Ii. Ii. Kaleys Marble and Granite works . And i a s a to 1, Fin it ,0lof it How web rated red est Nancv a a v Uhi nnnhm1,s at he Low in a f it vol Naiad anic can Marble Mouru Bate mantis. A us quaint it Aad Lam he r Thom As. jul a Isles. Lambert Thomas amp co., pro Tilte Ami Wool commission merchants. 130 North water St. And Ign. Wharves i ill i Rai it i huh i v a mar Trel mcpeek., dealer in 9 Sells Woods cheaper than any other score in it ii. His Alock is the Best. It will profit apl-83 lie to Call i cd Jas. Xxx manufacturer Ingles Etc we. T. Ramsey m. Do a physician and surgeon , one�7e 1 National medical dispensary Washington la. Shiv sub new i mint in a old a11 i als repairing to it i t promptly executed. All work a. Lint. <1 Host lass. Shop one Quale ear i c in Hall. On St i Somville Sriver. June so boots amp shoes made to order by William Ogier. Office in Hutchinson Block main Street ?83-Ly Cambridge. Ohio. Druggist. J. M. Mcgill proprietor City drug store Adams building. Cash Hidgin ,. For working people. Send Lyl a a a its to Ore. And we will Muff Al i i a it it t i a a Royal. Taxable Amil to i Box goods hat v la put von Dav than a it to Money inn a a a it ban von Ever f ought Pebble at any a him a any ital n0t a ubi eco n c an Iivo at Imani worn in space time Only All the tune. All both sexes All ares g ram by Sucre it. Kilty cents Toa ii earn i every vain i a ail w to want work a to the u in w Mao this Parade lecher. To All who Are not Well Iii w i. I re ii Ufa a for the rouble 1, u1 parti. Lure directions ct., tree. Immense absolutely sure re i re Olio Start at once. I Haft Cie a \. Aci it ire a y i i Smik a fort san i Maine. Dei s4-Ly i ii \ i i no Sim Mise. O Prescript aos carefully Capo Tadej. Wan paper school books and stationery ii r5 re Oiin Rye it oals Feather dusters Al be i hints. Ism grass condition powder str Penn want Cattie kept i Stock and sol at reasonable terms. Myl7�?T83-tf Iii let i Vijil a to a keeps constantly hand a Large and Good Stock if i pc a cml Sou leather a Alf ski Al.,sin finding., which Are sold at reasonable prices. Gash Naif to Rudd bark oboe end Ltd. Jam s4-tf Cumberland. O. Hotels. Park hotel opposite court House Cambridge Ohio Joseph Morton proprietor. Joelin class in every Partick a and Centra vocation. __de1884-tf be a Gle Hote in w. A Gill proprietor. Main Street Cambridge Ohio. The leading House in town $2.00 per Day. March Arcade hotel Cambridge Ohio. William Weaver proper i1"nearest hotel to Railroad depots. First c a del8�?T84-tf Exchange hotel Caldwell. Ohio John w. Robinson proprietor. Kor a by attention comfy a it and convenience Given Cuesta. Good stabling connected Witt the House. $1.50 per Day. Jyoo i to Kirk House. $1.50 per Day. Corner Market and fourth streets. We. Kirk sold Only easy payments Over five million in use. A tort Quot Oil cd 0510 door West Ogieru a drug Needles Oil and attachment for All i aril i aes. Fob Ryhti. H. I itch. Int. To presents give n away Centi us scents is by a Tage. And by Maili you will got i a in a ,. Package goods Large value that will Starr von in it a a t to will at once bring you in Money faster than Cim in America. Allah in the a quo Quot in presents with each Box wants wanted everywhere either sex. Of ail Ages Tor ail the time spar time Only to work Lor us at their own Homes. Fortunes for All workers absolutely Assn re i. Dont Del a h my a 1 o., port Ami me. Do my is e. Mccollu a Quot la kor org Wiiks and Waud a. He is also prepared to do All kinds King at t Aso Nahle rates. 227 hop South end Mill Street. In j it it Oil if x cents for Phi stage a prize Send and r Box goods which w Iii a Zzz p you to More Money right away than anything in this world. Milf either sex succeed from first hour. T i Broad Road to Fortune opens before the workers. A so 111 Al y sure at once and Lush i i r a co., Augusta Maine. 1 if a at in Washington. A naval Board consisting assistant naval constructors F. Hanscomb B Hoover Richard Gatewood and Lewis Nixon has been appointed to meet at Tho Delaware Iron works Chester pa., to make an examination and take an inventory the three cruisers Chicago Atlanta and Boston which wore being constructed by John Roach. The attorney general has decided that pension agents Are not entitled under a isl ing Laws to a foe thirty cents for paying fees to attorneys for pensioners. Secretary Whitney has ordered the i Antic Aud the Shartara to go to now Orleans and bring to Washington the surplus Silver dollars Tho now Orleans mint ,000,000 in All. Huom sixty Lamar Pius rendered a decision overruling the order which was made March by acting commissioner Harrison the general Laud office changing the terminal limit Tho land Grant the Northern Pacific Railroad at Wallula Washington territory. The decision states that the order acting commissioner Harrison changing Tho terminal limit the Northern Pacific Grant gave to that Road flit to acres land South Tho present Aud former limit. The effect the decision Secretary Lamar will be to take this land from the Road and leave the terminal limit Tho Road As fixed by commissioner Mcfarland August id 1881. A cablegram to the Secretary state from United states Consul Mason at Marseilles says the cholera in that place is Asiatic and very fatal. The deaths number forty daily and the disease is spreading in the Interior. Robert g. Sims Greenville miss., has been appointed custodian the abandoned Thornburg military reservation Utah. At a Salar a $60 per month. Tho Secretary the Treasury has received a report the movements Tho Revenue Cutter Corwin in the Arctic regions and alaskan Waters. The Corwin soil ors report Tho wreck the barks Napoleon and Gazelle the whaling Fleet Aud serious injury by ice to the whalers Atlantic and Eliza. The whaling season has proved unusually successful notwithstanding Tho fact that navigation has been accompanied with More than the usual dangers. The Fleet caught Jio whales one Vess i catching seven in one Day. Acting commissioner Walker the general land office has declined to Issue and More patents to the Northern Pacific Raila it had company pending a decision Axin the Legal status the Road. The question at Issue briefly stated is that tile Road was not completed within the time required by Law and that until Congress takes definite action in Ojo Way the other no Steps i should be taken to place it beyond the i Jolt it a i Tho legislative Branch the gov eminent to protect the Public i hts m. Ii Fly i a a j tins i,.-n appointed assistant Coni minion to tile general land ii Vin l liar 1 risen r. In a. Or. Molly is a native a Ohio and served in Tho Union army i Quot Rul x aside veer a staff. He was adj j taut general Ohio under governor i Bishop. It oms missioner Wright has had the appoint in c. 13. Judd As special agent the Indian Bureau revoked because Judd a recent arrest in Colorado the charge it horse stealing nod his admitting Bis guilt Ami Al ii that to had served two terms in Tho Penitentiary for the off uce. Governor Pennsylvania to select a suitable building for a soldiers and sailors Home has decided upon locating the Home at Erie accepting the Marine Hospital building erected by Tho state at a Cost $ Khz too. The Home is for the indigent. A gang four labourers the Cayuga amp Lake Shore Branch the Lehigh Valley Railroad sought shelter under ail overhanging Bluff near Ithaca n. Y., during a storm Tho kith when a landslide fell upon them and buried Michael Mcmanus Patrick Mahon and Fahey All whom were killed. The fourth Man escaped. A i i i Lam a. Pond the music publisher died in new York City the 12th. Hon. Henry m. Oliver Tho composer Federal Street a a lied at Boston the loth. While bathing in West Canada Creek at Poland n. V., Tho 13th miss Tillie Fie Bow aged Twenty six and Hor guest miss Minnie in Butzberg new York City were drowned. Business failures throughout Tho country for Tho week ended Tho l Ith numbered 151, and for Canada it a total 168, As compared with a total 180 for Tho past week and 201 the week previous. The Western and Pacific states furnish More than one half Tho entire number business casualties in the United states. Tho schedules the assets and liabilities John Roach were filed Tho l Ith. They show liabilities $2,222,877.41 nominal assets $0,108,508.77 actual assets $4,481-478.23. A Man who has inspected Tho District in Tho Vicinity Glenville n. Y., damaged by the recent storm says Tho banners have Cist i a no. On some farms heavy do posits rocks and gravel have forever ruined Fertile lands. It Nii , a Gorman woman i i it s out years old committed suicide at now \ Ork Oil the 14th by hanging. M ajor i Iii Cal Hail cock has issued Genera Ord is acknowledging his obligations t a All who took part in the removal a rants body from it. Mcgregor to new y Ork and its final interment. In formally thanking his staff for their assistance Tho general remarks a the pics Encoff Gen eral Gordon Georgia and general Lee Virginia among the aides de Camp was especially Philo Hurd no old and wealthy resident Bridgeport conn., died in that City tile 14th ill his ninety sixth year. In Early Lite to had Ehnry the construction the Housatonic Naugatuck new York amp new Haven a ii roads. Afterwards he was elected vie it the Hudson River Road under gov. Nor Morgan and later was president the Harlem Road. De Goulding and two associate cattle Quot leu the Mussel Shell River Montana the 12th Mot a in arching band Piegan indians Between razor and half Breed creeks. The pie ans numbered Twenty and were accompanied by severity live a by Len horses. Goulding Aud party fired 1 my one Indian but being outnumbered wore compelled to Retreat for reinforcements. Obtaining the latter and Over taking the pie ans they killed the entire party and recovered All the stolen horses. Joseph i. Carberry member the Ohio a Tate Board charities tendered his resignation to governor Hoadly the 14th. Colonel Lyman Jackson Perry mint was appointed As his successor. The Large Brick dwelling known As Tho Joe Stout property at Napoleon o., and recently purchased by sex governor Weott was destroyed by fire Early Tho morning tile 14th. It was built Twenty years ago at a Cost $40,000, Aud was being repaired a a a a i beautified for occupancy by the sex governor. The fire is believed to have Boon incendiary. In l?orpk0u"teerts.t7.0.l, a Eddyville la., Tho nth,7.roffj2glj?&Quot serious injury seven employees two three whom can not recover. Tho menagerie and animals escaped unhurt. Mrs. Robinson Dunham living Proctor Creek Wetzel county va., was putting her children to bed the night the 13th, when a lamp was upset Tho Oil ignited and the bed clothes took fire. One the children a girl ten years was burned to death Aud . Dunham his wife and three other children were fatally burned in endeavouring to extinguish the flames. Reports the condition the Cotton crop from nearly every a action Texas indicate considerable damage from drought within the past ten Day s. Iii a number places the Plant is reported As shedding freely and being otherwise injured. Not a it list and ing this there is no report from any Section which does not Estimo a better yield than last year. In t he criminal ourt at St. Louis the Lith John c. Beau Leigh alias a Johnny Tho Snake a a nationally notorious Confidence Man who is wanted in nearly every state in the Union was convicted beating a passenger the Missouri Pacific railway out $.�0 two years ago and sentenced to two years in the Penitentiary. The h Braun office is supplied with a new and Complete outfit the latest styles Job material and is prepared to execute All kind Job York the shortest possible notice. A Dak it i seus will find its columns the Best medium in county for reaching the attention the Beta class people and at the lowest living rate terms advertising and Job prices can be ascertained and samples work furnished Autoro Avion. The Queens speech. Heroes Tho Soudan and the failure the Khartoum Campaign a referred to. The serious character the difficult a with Russia touched upon lord tempest dead foreign notes. Destructive Cyclone. West and South. I he Kansas state Board agriculture his returns from three fourths the counties that state which indicate a Winter wheat yield being an average to Spring wheat prod ii the estimate Tho it bushels. Condition James . Marsha Gold in California Iii Kelsey that state sex Doty it years old and died a poverty St Icken and disappointed Man. The Nasi me it it Andrew Brow a prominent Ai t dealer and Vincent Scott if bushels i to the acre. I 1,250,h m bushels. A i yield is 108,oko, 8 per cent. I the discoverer a a i at his Homo i ii the Lith. He was ame Pommiss Loriers exterior til proprietor mar2-tf Zanesville Ohio. Thompson s. Crow proprietor Farmer so hotel spa Mil rest. One a quare South win Ijuin Vejr a Boa a dry goods store. Mar2�?Ttf i W. Lippincott proprietor the Beecher House Cor. Broadway and South streets Quaker City. Of. 11 receive every attention n.-cc8 Ary to their Comfort. Marg t. C. Stanley car it Hansor Cambridge Ohio. Of More Leo a a than tit Ain thing else a taking an Agency Tor the Best hot Nook out firkin no sue . F 4 i to . None i Sui. Tui uis free. Hall i. I r Book co., Portland me de 184 by a is National John time mulled ii i Ltd for a. Amp Vlf. Try. Co. To n a effect Der a 2m, a no.3. No.1.1 stations. No. Of. L p. In. A. In. I 40 ii it by. Cumberland a ii 25 1 71 1 Al Law _ . V 8 a in a a Quot a us i us 1h 55 5 50 2 18 7 1. I it Ujj. Lunet . La 45 5 4 a a Cofta let a in a Hartford ill Ftp a ii a s Quot a cd Vwe. Roll put a ii 8 jct. a Soli a u Phr avvv5r Batesville l. It it. Vav an Fly goo. Manager Cumberland Quot Valley Ilai Way. To e Cha in Llu in effect june i ss.�. Central Bra n a it i to if r. Bol to i a ill tra i is. Stations. American ii 13 Washington Ohio. James Smith proper Good stabling connected with the House. Je22-82df Globe House Calm Beh la no Ohio. James Canady prop r. Etc Ftp a first class hotel runs no free Hack salted Frh a her ei00<, ,t,4l,jin8 con Ted with the Jiuu aug thu Independence. Everett. Akron. East Akron. Uniontown g tontitown.�?T new Berlin. 1 Lake Park.j a ant 9> vow a 7 no. I. No. 3. No. 5. A. In. 8 35 p. In. A Iii. 5 409 04 2 57 0 08 to 38 3 30 6 to i 3 53 a 7 . Jokl 4 to 7 join 28 4 28 7 �?~7 in 37 4 38 7 to 11 4 4. 7 40to 58 a 4 55 752 it 48 5 43 8 35a. In. P in. P no itly Hward trains stations. Manton. Liike Park. New Berlin. Greentown. I info town. East Akron. A Kron. Everett. I Depe Ade Rice Cleveland. A trains Stop signal. No 2 no .4. No la a. In. Porn. A. In. I to 55 2 to 7 to i ii i # _ 39 Quot ii 27 Quot i a i 68 a ii 5�?~i 3 38 8 to ,4 h 3 45 8 is i 12 08 3 50 8 ii Iii 4 to 8 45 12 a 4 18 8 54 12 54 4 to 0 15 a j 23 5 12 j is j so 5 40 to to p in. P in. A. N. 18aackeynoij a r. A. Carran. W m Zumr in 1 agent to. M. Smi us Molter Yraac tall fat. The East. Notwithstanding the great care that Lins been taken to prevent damage to Tim it a. T a rior general �rant.s t nil Suer. I i a is visitor have succeeded in knocking pie. the blocks off the a conors Tho vault As mementos and in defacing it by writing their names upon the brickwork with pen a In is eared that fun in r injury May , and in order to guard More securely against it Theja Aid have decided to Light tin Tomb by electric lights. Pennsylvania Greenback i Bor party held their Stab Convent,.,a at lie Tho 12th. Or. N. C. Whim a a Arren was unanimously nominated for state treasurer and t. A ruler was re i chairman Tho stat. It . I he platform adopted by the Greenback party at Indianapolis iud., in Jim As pm loosed. Resolutions to place All honorable discharged soldiers Tho pension roil at equitable rates and to submit the prohibition question to the people were t abide. The contest Over the will James Stokes which has been before Tho surrogate at new York City for the past two years and which involves the distribution an estate valued at $6,000, xxx was ended a in the 12th. Surrogate Rollins upheld the codicil cutting off mrs. Dale Stokes daughter with a life annuity. A Kho had married against the wishes her father. Mrs. Dale died during the trial and the Case was continued in the interest Lier children. J he impressive ceremonies which attend the taking the veil occurred at the Mal Lin Knodt Convent Wilkesboro pa., under the direction Bishop Hara Tho 12th. Hie veil was taken by ninety Young ladies rom various towns and cities in this country and Europe. A Large Tannery at Oswego Falls n. nod by a it. J. Hamburg Syracuse burned the 32th with a Large Quantity bark. Die loss will exceed $ too too. Partially insured. At a meeting Tho Battle Monument association at Bennington vt., the 12th, it was decided to accept the design but I. Kinn Boston and a committee was appointed to report Tho details to the president the United states Aud the governors Massachusetts and new Hampshire which act Ion will entitle the association to receive the appropriation made by Congress and Tho Legislatures these two states for the erection the Monument. J he fund now amounts to $80,000. At Natick mass., a petition is being circulated appealing to Secretary Bayard to use his influence in behalf Louis Riel i tile ground that he is an american ii it ii. The Greenwood Iron Forks operated by the Parrott tron company at Greenwood n. Y., shutdown Hie l2fch owing to financial embarrassment. The liabilities Are said to be from $100,060 to $$0,, with assets $500,.1 five six thousand dollars Are duo Tho employees Daniel Noll trial at Reading pa., for sett ing lire to the outbuilding Augustus went Czell a farm which resulted in the death four persons was acquitted the 12th the ground insanity the court ordered him to be confined in a Lunatic Asylum. The deed conveying Tho Bankers merchants Telegraph company to the United lines to Digraph company was the 12th surrendered to the president the latter company. Under the scheme reorganization Tho bonded indebtedness Tho Bankers merchant a will be reduced from $10,000,000 to $1,200,000. A Large share Tho new Bonds will be taken by my Stokes and his friends j he Macato can missing appointed by the an Deti it is to their i than i St wheel ing the ensuing land Well known private banker it. Midi., were announced the Lith. Hought that both will be Able to editors in incl. \ in alga Iii ated association Iron Al workers closed their session at to w. A the i2th after elect following officers to serve for the a car William a the president i William Martin Secretary James Penny treasurer Thomas Johns Bridgeport Jan s s. Roof Young own and p. Ken a Pittsburgh a triste a. Vie presidents were also elected one from each tin six Divisi is. To next session will be held at Pittsburgh. A fir at Ole it land o., the 13th totall y destroyed the Large planing Mill and dry House Tho Sturtevant lumber company situated in the Center the ii Lumbi r Yards la a estimated b s Vandern jut i a Ines Nat from that City it it insurance and is been missing ast t Bren we is his fat her has a the who the j turned up in Baltimore. Taken him to his Home Iii Saratoga aunty n. I. Ii is to bought his mind Isaf cited. On the kith subscriptions to Tho Grant j Monument fund at it Iii Ugo had exceeded $40, ii. I he old sorrel horse Ridden by Stonewall Jackson during the War was taken to Richmond va., Hie kith and turned Over to tile Home for sex confederates for Safe Kee ing. The animal is about thirty one years old. Brank and John Donahue were crushed Ben ath a fall Rock in Davis Stone Quarry at Youngstown the 12th. The former was instantly killed and the latter can not survive his injuries. The National society american florists met in their first annual convention at Cincinnati Tho 12th. Many delegates a re present from ail Over the United flutes. Daniel Ashbaught a family residing near new Philadelphia u., were poisoned the i H by eating toadstools. An eight year Oil boy died the next Day and at last accounts the Kotlier and a younger child were not expected to live. Two i y Quot ing i is named Wicherson from the orphan Homo at Dayton o., who were i visiting the family were also poisoned and were Iua critical condition. I while digging a Well near Charlotte n. Ic., the 13th Amos Garland was overpowered by foul As. Charles Kerr his brother in Law in attempting to Rescue him was also overcome. Both men were drawn out tile Well dead in each others arms. According to a san Francisco dispatch the 11 the Maxwell the alleged murderer Arthur cd Preller says that in duo time to will produce Preller alive and will show w Here he got the body in the trunk. He asserts that Tho body in the trunk was bought by himself and Preller for the purpose procuring insurance Money upon broiler life. A woman named Amanda m. Towns who had been cooking at a logging Camp mad River near North Fork Mill gal., was found murdered a few Days ago her Throat h ing Cut from ear to car. Suspicion rested upon Henry l. Benner who formerly ii veil with the woman. He was arrested and while Iii charge a Deputy sheriff w As taken by a crowd woodsmen and a orator wit h bullets. Bennel protested his innocence to the last. I Bree White men murdered a negro boy at j ones Boro n. Cd Nineteen years ago. A Lew Days ago Tho three men bad a quarrel and told each other. All were arrested and jailed. J he strike among the Mill hands at East Saginaw mich., inaugurated several weeks ago is virtually at an end Tho employees having finally agreed to accept the conditions proposed by i to Mill owners viz., ten hours Aday and a proportionate reduction in we Ages. Many Tho men prefer eleven hours and extra Aud the Mills will be so run others will be Content to work ten hours Aud accept reduced pair. On Tho 14th it Foad i a a ii. A f i in foreign intelligence. During the Twenty four hours ended at noon the Lith there were 3,510new cases cholera reported throughout Spain Arni rom deaths. Among the victims was the archbishop Seville. Relatives cholera patients in Many the Spanish provinces assault the doctors in the belief that they Poison their patients. A officer connected with the Lake miss Tass i exploring and surveying expedition reports its extreme length to be Only 120 Miles Aud its average breadth Only Twenty Miles. A Public meeting attended by the governor and Many other prominent men was Beld at Sydney Australia a few Days ago to take action in connection with the death general Grant. Resolutions expressing sympathy with the american people in their loss and Condo Lence w Ith the Grant i family were unanimously adopted. A luge number Catholic dignitaries from various parts Canada attended the a Silver Jubilee the Bishops Charlotte town and Chatham which took the 12th at Charlottetown n. S. It was the grandest religious ceremony Ever a it Messod Prince Edward Island. I lie a innate the go Region is prov ing fatal to Many the european officers Ortho new cong., state. The Marquis Buono Fant i and . A asian chief the Equator is a Ion Bai it ii the died recently. Small pox 1ms Len declared epidemic in Montreal by tin local Board health that City. On the Lith there were thirty six cases in the clinic Hospital which was overcrowded. Advices from Granada Spain give horrible accounts the ravages cholera. Scores victims Are said to drop dead daily in tin streets their bodies often remaining unburied for hours exposed to the scorching heat. There is no attempt at ceremony in burial. The corpses Are hurriedly gathered up at night and thrown naked clothed As t to Case May be into a common Trench. An excursion boat was upset the l Ith at Tho town Boyau France at Tho Mouth Tho Gironde and eight tin passengers were drowned. Later news. A party bicyclists overtook a team in a a Ween Girard and Fairview pa., Tho it the and gave Tho frightened animals a Reno. If it. Horse became ii ii manageable a Quot i their Driver August Geeleher was thrown out and instantly crushed to death by Tho Wagon. An attempt was made the morning the kith to assassinate the family Hugh Kinney at Shawnee j., by throwing a hand grenade bomb into a sleeping chamber. Tho windows were shattered Walls wrecked and Largo holes torn through the floor. Kinney was found lying at Tho foot Tho bed badly mangled and bleeding. His wife was also wounded. Kinney was looked upon in the Community miners As an informer was suspected keeping Tho operators posted the movements t he miners and his life had been threatened in consequence delegates repro sen Ting Tho Irish National leagues nearly every state in Tho i Ilion met at Iii Imago tin 15th, to devise Means Aid for Parnell Aud his colleagues and to consider Tho Best methods re establishing their organization an enduring basis. Senator Riddleberger Virginia addressed the convention. At a meeting the executive committee it wag Dei Deil to hold the National convention at Chicago in january the exact Date to be hereafter announce in. Parli a la ent prorogued. London August 15.�?parliament was prorogued at two clock yesterday after noon. The Queens speech was read by Tbs lord High Chancellor As follows my lotto and gentlemen i Ain glad to be Allis to relieve you from the labors a session which Lias let in protracted Anc eventful. When you assembled in october. I informed you that an expedition was advancing up the Valley the Nile to the re Lief Khartoum. Three months later with deep sorrow which was shown by Al in Verafe 1 l a Arn Ltd Tho Ltd up Ltd Dit companions had fallen. An endcavi.r. W Lech Wras ineffectual was made to reach Khartoum by constructing a railway from sea Kim to berber. My troops were ultimately withdrawn from Tho whole Eastern Soudan except snaking and from Weston Soudan Down to Alash Yert. Although tin objects tin expedition were a attained i have great reason to be proud the bravery Mal endurance displayed by my soldiers and sailors and tin skill wherewith they Hare been commanded. I received with great pleasure the Loyal offers military assistance for this Cam i in to sign from my colonies from tin native princes India and Avonti Wigent from the i Colony new South Wales served with distinction in the action the coast tilt red sea. The death Elmaliki will probably in Able me top Rimini with less difficulty the it duties toward Hie ruler and people Egypt which events have been imposed upon me. I i s. Ail i not relax my efforts to place More i improvement and Good order in the country i upon a firm foundation. My relations with other Flowers arc a i Friendly nature. Difficulties which at one i time were a serious character arose Between my government and Russia concern i ing limits the territory my ally tile i Ameer Afghanistan. Negotiations for Hie adjustment still cont Nae and w ill i Trust Lead at an Early period to a satisfactory settlement. I he Progress events in South Africa ii As com i affied my. In the inti rest the pc i aces. To take under my Protection Tieh Maland and certain adjacent territories. I in taking the necessary Steps to place the Northwest Frontier my Indian pm i ii in a condition it adequate defense in the absence which the in a i to arid Tranquility my Indian subjects Are liable from time to time to in interrupted and disturbed. In in men the i use a ominous Mons i thank you for the liberality wherewith during the Yeai you have provided for lha so Rva the country. My lord and gentlemen j have had the pm asure giving my assent to a measure enabling Federal Ai Tion in certain matters to be taken by my colonies in aits Rilas a to a much needed amendment to tin criminal Law and to a Bill establishing a new department in tie love Merit for the manage scottish affair. I have also been glad to concur in the measure increasing the number occupying freeholders in Ireland. I notice with sincere a reaction that an Effort has been made by a Bill Whereto i assented to diminish overcrowded a Jid unsanitary dwellings which hinder so seriously the moral and material Well being id the inborn g classes. I regret the depression which Lins so Prev a 11 cd in Ninny the important Trail is and agricultural and manufacturing industries Tho country and still continues. I have treated the Issue a commission to inquire into the cause this depression Ami Alerta n w Hether it can be alleviated by legislation. During Hie past session your time has been principally occupied by the enlargement the electorate and tin extensive changes which you have Iii consequence made in the Constitution tile House commons. I earnestly Trust that these comprehensive measures May increase the efficiency parliament and May add Contentment among my Leo pie. It is my purpose before Long to seek their counsel by a dissolution parliament. I Pray tie blessings god May rest their extended liberties and that the menthol who Are called upon to exercise new Powers will use them with sobriety and i Issei Iii nent which have for so Long a period marked the history this nation. Sixteen Mills were retuning it eleven hours Aud four at ten hours. The Secretary War has instructed general in ills Iii command Hie department Tho Missouri to hold troops in readiness to enforce Tho presidents recent proclamation in relation to cattlemen the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservation. By the terms the proclamation Tho cattlemen will be compelled to remove their herds by september 4. The troops w ill be held at fort Reno. R. In Krepps a track Foreman the Pennsylvania Railroad at Longfellow station near Mifflin pa., while his Way Homo with his months wages Tho loth was seized by two unknown persons who overpowered and relieved him his Money. They then tied his hands and feet to Tho rails in the Hope j having him killed by a passing train i after desperate efforts Ejups succeeded in drawing hts feet from his boots Aud refusing one hand Brit was less fortunate with Tho other hand which was crushed by a train. To was discovered by a track Walker the next morning and rescued. Great excitement Over the outrage prevails Iii the Vicinity. The Sailboat a sea Wing was found off Charlevoix midi., Oil the 15th. The boat was full water and had two corpses in it. The men were identified As William Gilson and Edward Gallagher Beaver Island. At Aurora 111., the 15th Thomas Hartington a Bill poster shot his wife dead and then placing the pistol to his own -4 p a killed himself instantly. Whisky my jealousy caused the tragedy Quot. Miss Adelaide Rudolph Cleveland sister mrs. Garfield has been chosen professor latin in the Kansas by ate University at Lawrence i lie House commons yesterday before flu prorogation. Lord Randolph Churchill Sec Clary slate for India replying to a question said the Lutes Tho afghan Boundary commission had not yet been completed and that the government did not intend to withdraw the commission. Colonel Ridgeway present chief the commission and others connected with him Are doing useful work. The dispute with Russia about a i hear pass the Secretary cont inned was not trivial but the government was not altogether without Hope to arrive Ere Long at a satisfactory settlement the Points remaining in dispute Between England and Russia. Parliament was then prorogued until october 31. Lord Vail tempest is dead. Ile served with distinction in the Federal army during tile War in America. Paris August 15.�?a dispatch has been received Iii this City from St. Petersburg stating that Russia has sent England proposals for the settlement the disputes concerning in hear pass Ami the positions commanding it. Tile dispatch adds that it is ii Tain that England will accept the proposals. Constantinople August 15.�?the populace Tremul thong a russian City the dumper Iii poltava yesterday attacked the i Urkis i residents the town and attempted to drive them out the military restored order after much difficulty. During the riot a number persons were wounded. Thirty the native leaders have been arrested. I his has angered the populace and it is teared they will Iii revenge again Rise against Mie turks and the authorities As Well. A an exhausted aeronaut m. Glorieux was picked up out the English Channel by the new Haven packet Tho other Day. He had ascended at Lille in Tho Hope Landing near Paris. Contrary currents however took the balloon Seaward Over Calais and Boulogne rendering a descent impracticable. After passing Over the latter he lost sight land and drifted Down the Channel the car being in Contact with the water. Or. Glorieux had made Many previous ascents. A a during the last forty five years Massachusetts has held the English Mission nearly half the time. Shi l As held this office under ten to thirteen presidents that time i Fine eminent men she has furnished in tins capacity is truly remarkable in Hie list Are included the three Adames Everett Bancroft Motley and Lowell. A Boston transcript. A fearful storm visit Norwood n. A it it oni a Iii Ltd by a terrible Shower rain and earful i lest Rue iou a property Ami l Oss Rou washout near a Lofio Many a ferry. Norwood n. Y., August 14.�?a terrible Cyclone struck this place a Little before five clock wednesday afternoon. The fearful storm which came from the West was preceded by an awful Calin. Not a breath air was stil l ing Aud the atmosphere was very oppressive. I he truck the Cyclone was Northeast coining Froly a the direction West Potsdam and passing through the East part Norfolk but without very disastrous results to either those places. The Width country that suffered most severely was about a in. And a half. I he storm was accompanied by a terrible Shower lain and Hay Aud people were wild with terror As they rushed from tottering buildings out into the wild Bailie the elements to be hurled hither and thither by the furious wind rain and Hail. Many the Hail stones were As Large As walnuts and it is estimated that 3, lights Glass were broken in Norwood alone. I he storm broke upon Norwood at 4 40 p. 1h Fkd mr.v/. 1 about eight minutes leaving houses were carried destruction and crushed in ruins Trees weft filmy nation roofs were Torii off steeples were blown Down Bridges were carried away and what was the most serious All several lives were lost. Or. And mrs. Fitzgibbons and Nicholas Mai tin were killed by falling buildings and a daughter . Ormsby living the Road to Knapp a station was so badly hurl that she will die. Richard Mccormick Peter Lebo William Hathaway Stephen Leslie and a . Reynolds Are among the injured. The Bridge the Ogdensburg amp Lake Champlain Railroad across the Racket River 250 feet Long was blown away. I he Steeple the congregational Church was blown Down and All the windows one Side were broken. Roofs were torn from Decolin so Holbrooks Brick Block Hie Norwood lumber company a Mill and Sash and door factory Wells amp gifts Sash door and Blind factory Rhodes. Grist Mill and the Ogdensburg Solace Champlain freight House. Several i minor buildings were also a roofed and Many chimneys blown off. Til a windmills i Luther Bartlett la. R. Philips and Ellis i Bros. Were completely demolished. A. M. J i. Piersons Broom handle factory is a mass ruins. A part George Clarks 1 House was blown Over and Nape Leon Cardinell a House was ruined. A portion e. E. Averys House went Down with a crash burying mrs. David Fitzgibbons in the ruins. She was taken out dead. I a barn tile Baldwin place was the scene the death David Ritz Gibbons and Nicholas Martin. They s had taken Refuge in the Bam a when it fell in upon them. Many other buildings were blown Down twisted from their foundations and otherwise greatly injured. Vegetation All kinds was ruined. Trees measuring a foot in diameter were broken Down and those left standing were stripped Iff their foliage. Altogether it was the most disastrous event both to life and property that a Ever occurred in tin s Vicinity. The damage can not be estimated at present. The people Are doing what they can to relieve the sufferers. Amsterdam n. Y., August 14.�?tile Foreman tile repair e n returned to Amsterdam at 11 30 last night with Large gang men and Hie repair train after being at the break near Hoffman a ferry All evening. He reports so great was the disastrous effects he storm it was impossible to do any tiling in Hie least towards relieving tile hot p. In. Train held Here account the storm. I he break at Hie Turnpike Bridge Lias completely dislodged Hie two a Zirger rails for a distance fifty to a Hundred feet. Though the freight tracks at this Point Are intact. About halt a mile further the entire four tracks that coins Between two Large culverts together with tin culverts arc gone for a distance 25o to 300 feet leaving the ties and rads wedged in with Large Trees some which Are three feet in diameter together with Brush Corn and Rye from neighbouring farms forming a Bridge Over the Creek with rails sticking Marks the once substantial four track Bridge at tiffs Point. So Strong was the Force tie storm that the solid masonry the culverts Are cracked and Ham in a treating condition. Tile soft Bottom the Creek has been deepened so much that lie reports it will take piles thirty to forty feet in length to be any use. And the work repairs at this Point will take two weeks at least. I he West Shore opposite Here i Tad their tracks engulfed in a land slide and Tele. Graphed to St. Johnsville for a steam shovel. An old employee the Road says nothing Iii the nature washouts As Long As he re i members can compare to the Force and destructiveness last evening s storm the new York Central. It will take several Days to repair the break. Saratoga n. Y., Angust 14.�?a very severe rain storm accompanied by Thunder and lightning occurred Here yesterday. Several the Mineral Springs were flooded Trees uprooted and two water Mains burst. Several House were flooded to the depth four five feet. Several Telegraph poles Hie line the Boston Ijo Sac Tunnel so Western railway were shivered to pieces by lightning at Haight a Bridge. A land slide covered the track to the depth three feet for a distance Over fifty feet. Another slide is reported the Schuylerville Divi Aion this Road. A Flag pole the grand Union hotel was struck by lightning and splintered. The lightning struck the switch Board in the an est pm i Ilion office and burned several cords off. Lester Batterton aged Nineteen while about two Miles West Here was instantly killed by an electric Shock As Wen the horses he was driving. Charles Slade a resident the Vicinity Hail just passed by the place when Chatterton was struck Coroner Creal will hold an inquest. The Flag staff surmounting the Vichy Springs Collo Nade was splintered and a number people who happened to be gathered there at the time were More less affected by the Shock. A House Granite Street occupied by several families was struck and the Chimney and several rafters shattered. The Bolt descended into the House and fore the plastering from tin ceiling. Passed through a stove and entered tile floor underneath splintering the boards. Or. Shay and his Little girl had a narrow escape. Special delivery. Arr aug ments completed for the special delivery letters authorized by last Congress. The Taw authorizes ifs introduction All i1h�es containing Mon than 4 too j u Habi Tan tsp Cap Tai notes at a the construction the Black Hills Branch Hie Sioux City so Pacific railway has Given an impetus to the settlement the Souther Black Hills coun a the new postal Law is now in effect and an ounce letter can be sent for two cents. This enables a Young lady who is writing to a Friend whom she has not seen for ten hours to Tell her All the news two sheets paper instead filling one Sheet so full that half a column the correspondence runs Over the margin and strikes out criss Cross cat a cornered diagonally and other wisely Over the leg in order to save j our a Manitoba is Nota creditors Paradise. By a recent aet not Only Are a settlers household effects and furniture etc., free from execution but a portion his Stock land to the extent Ico acres and buildings to the value $25,000 Are also exempt. A Chicano times a some persons think that Queen v Ictoria would lose her Crown if she should marry again. This is a Mista e. I Here is no Law the British realm preventing the Sovereign from marry ing As often As he she pleases. Home Gill i was married five times special delivery letters. Washington August 13.�?postmaster general Viks has completed arrangements for Hie establishment the special delivery letters authorized by the last Congress at 620 Post office and issued a circular letter instructions to postmasters to govern this new feature Hie postal service. The new system will go into operation the is next october. The jaw authorized its introduction at the discretion tile postmaster general in All places containing More than 4,000 inhabitants. W Hen tile postmaster general first directed his attend to the matter he thought h Hest to introduce the system in Only a few the Large cites but finally determined to j introduce it in ail the places allowed by Law. I by placing the special ten cent stamp a to the regular wastage it upon its arrival a a special Carrier anywhere within Hie Carrier Lim nation delivery office within one mile the Post office at other than free delivery offices which Are designated As special delivery offices. Drop local letters bearing till special delivery stamp will also lie delivered by special carriers. The instructions issued to postmasters authorize the employment messenger boys to perform special delivery service at a salary not to exceed thirty dollars per month. Substitute letter carriers May also be utilized As messengers. 1 i he circulars a it to postmasters embraces a copy the act authorizing the est to abolishment the system and very minute instructions and Many suggestions respect the introduction it at cacti office. In i concluding he circular . Vilas says �?o5 Are urgently enjoined to give your Best judgment and diligent attention to tiffs system special delivery now sought to he established by the government. It is an object great importance and general desire Tust the system should prove High Public Utility. Although the ends sought by it Are unquestionable value the system introduced is necessarily an Experiment and its Success depends largely upon the postmaster and its Success failure in any locality will indicate the postmaster s official the Treasury department decides that the furniture equipments tackle etc., a foreign vessel condemned and dismantled Atter arrival in this country Are entitled to tree entry the same not being an importation merchandise subject to duty within the meaning the jaw also that sheep skiis with Tho Wool imported into the i United states claimed to be taken Iii the foreign country from sheep Domestic production Are not entitled to free entry As productions the United states exported and returned in the same condition. The recent action the Treasury department Iii reducing the Force special inspectors foreign steam vessels to one half the present number is due to the fact that the inspection service has diminished in about that ratio since the Force was originally organized by Secretary Folger. The number steam vessels to be inspected is Only one half what it w As when the inspectors were appointed. Ellis explanation is made at the Treasury department so that the fact that a number officers were dismissed May be properly understood and not considered As reflecting Iii any Way upon a ii ability integrity. The Peoples party. The representatives the Peoples far the state new York meet. Saratoga August 13.�?the representative. Of what is to be known As the Peoples party met Here yesterday. About fort persons had assembled among whom were sex senator Boyd Lewis f. Post . Ferdinand Segar and Robert Blissert new York. Or. Begar took the platform and called tile meeting to order. He was then nominated for chairman Aud no opposition being made he accepted. He made an address some length. A recess was taken until two clock. On reassembling Hon. T. B. Carroll cd Saratoga was made permanent chairman and i. M. S. Fero and . Roberts secretaries. A committee was appointed to draft the declaration principles with . Boyd As chairman. A Long list declarations was drawn up and presented among then being a demand that All Money shall be issued by the government and made full Legal tenders that taxes be honestly levied proportionately denouncing the legislature for the defeat important measures Whiet planks a like nature were included among them. The report was adopted and tin committee reported that Tho state convention would be held in new York City wednesday september 9. The convention then adjourned sine die. A water spout. Floods in a Dakota Valley leaving Deatti and destruction behind sad Fate an immigrant family. St. Paul minn., Angust 13.�?advices from Deadwood says a water spout struck Lone tree Creek near Chadron dak., Las thursday flooding the Valley drowning four men two children and a number horses besides washing away several Hundred Yards in length newly finished Railroad Grade. A family immigrants consisting a Man his wife and three children were camped the Creek when the water struck them. The Man attempted to save two the children but was drowned with them. The woman caught hold a Wagon Box As it was floating away and climbed into it. The Box was carried Down to White River where it struck against a Bank and the woman succeeded in catching hold some Willows and drawing Hersell out. She was dressed in nothing but her night clothes. The third child aged boil four years was carried Down by the flood and was found alive clinging to sows debris the next morning in White River near the town. The track the flood was found strewn with dead horses harness and grading tools while Here and there was found the body some unfortunate grader. Helen Hunt Jackson dead. Mrs. San Francisco August 13.�?mrs. Helen limit Jackson better known to the Public As a Oil in a died yesterday afternoon at the residence friends in this City aged fifty one years. Her first husband was major Hunt Hie United states army. He was killed by the premature explosion a torpedo. Colonel Jackson the Denver so Rio Grande Railroad company is her present husband. She was a popular writer both prose and poetry and is the author a a one summer and a a Ramona novels which had a phenomenally Large Sale. At the time Lier Deal ii she was under contract to write a series articles for the Century. The Oklahoma Boomers dispersing. Card , kau., August 13.�?the Payne Oklahoma Colony which has been in Camp Here some months is now breaking up in compliance with instructions from Captain Couch. Ile interprets the present action the administration As the inauguration a movement which will Lead to the opening Oklahoma in the near future and with a desire to avoid causing embarrassment the work he has requested the Colony to disband. Some the colonists will do freighting from Caldwell to Reno. Others have taken Hay contracts. Couch and Secretary Blackburn remain Here to look after correspondence

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