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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1885, Cambridge, Ohio Hub Ulsh a Stuit Cambridge Guernsey co Oma Mahaffey amp Ogier editors and proprietors. Terms of subscription no Jay a oat anytime until All arrearage ire a a a tinted p a capt at Gilje Gfa Morfi Tor vol. Xvii. W a Tribb Mathews amp Heade Attoe n k is at Law la Hutchison Block Cambridge. Ohio. No try Quot it Quot rate. Mayio a. Is. Ste Al. Fuel. L. Rosimond. Steece amp a t Toi in e y 8-a to a a Cambridge Ohio office Over of National notary in office. Batik. W. A Carpenter and notary pub he. Livery stable. Amp s. Carnes la rope Leto of first class livery and feed stable no 6 Pine Street near main mar282-tf Caiti Bridge office in Davis Block. Ohio. Docl3s3-tf Saivel c. Luccock attorney at Law Quot a Tho courts of the state will re to u Din ? i a tem Ion. Piffier in Tbs a cos rave Luil Ingr Maut Street Cambridge. Ohio. A a nov30�?T82-tf v. Craic if Orff a at Lair amp notary Public Washington Guernsey county. Ohio. Quot business entrusted prompt attention. To him will receive feb of f. Taylor. In r. T. Scott. Taylor amp Scott a t t o la n Bys at a a was Cambridge Ohio. Office in tie new Taylor Block. Al do St to Cambridge In. Ii. s 5 Marble and Granite works Ani Minuit 1 ?,f,.�?�5i f 0,6it get it rate i lied est i docs tin Laid a monuments at Tho a flux and american Marble km�a�?z&be8t a a cd . zip a i mar2-tf Hie Cumber Laim tamely keeps constantly on hand a lame Aud food Stock of Iiames i it ppr and Wolf Iri i a a it a a a a men Are so 1<1 at reasonable a inn i or a it Buk a a Quot a a a _ Iii Cambridge Guernsey co., Ohio Tiitto Mia Are a 1u�?T hour Day december 24, 1885 news of the week. Las. ?�3diuxs., de ale it in West main St., Camidge 0. �?T9 Sells broods cheaper thaw any other store in in. His Stock is of the Best. It will profit be to Call. Null physicians and surgeons. L. C. Wells m. D., to Mono Pattist. Office second floor. Taylor Block main Street. A Calls attended Day or if Jet. Mar2-tf we. T. Ramsey m. B., physician and surgeon formerly House surgeon Providence hog say or in a he attend la physician medical a Pessary Washington d. Join Ife Rosss manufacturer of wagons baggies ifs. Blacksmithing and All kinds of repairing neatly and promptly executed. All work warranted net Claas. Shop one Square East of City Hail on Steubenville Street. June sgt boots &8i ices made to order by William Ogier a shop Bast Side of Public Square in Davis Able it it 1 a and Tori i very reason kelp office in Hutchinson Block main Street Cpl it it by camb Hidge. Ohio. Druggist. Mcgill proprietor of City drug store Adams building o .v3i Isi a i die Put Ipp 5 s cars full coed saaid Wall paper school Book and stationery m r j a a Lui a Rye soaps Feather dusters i r pits Blue grasps condition powders it re Nai toss a kept to Stock and sold a Reasonar. Sci a. Inv Ltd a of Lor working people. Send to cents postage and we will mall you free a Royal valuable Sim Ltd i Box of goods that will put you in the Way of making More Money Ilia few Days than you Ever thought possible any business. Capital not required. You can live at Home and work in spare time Only or All the time. All it both sexes of All Ages grandly successful. Fifty cents to easily earned every evening. That All who want work May test the business we make this unparalleled Otter. To All who Are not Well satisfied we will Send ?1 to for the trouble of wining us. Full particulars directions Etc sent tree. Immense absolutely sure for a who Start at once. Don t delay. Address 8 Linson co. Portland. Maine. Del get in by v tue get Ike Simer mine. Gathered from a quarters. Congress. Senate., december 15.�?mr it a Lawton r g relieve go Neial Alexander t. Lawton of Georgia of his political die n4 t a reon. Aud passed. Or it lining i three tinier a Dill granting a pension to ill it Ducco Grunt Aud another Bill granting her to franking privilege. Tho Seitl a e coed of with the consideration of the. Pm i providing a code of 1oint rules for the and House it was \ a the Senate the joint Rule or Quot Kab �?o4 a a a for our Ationo a ? is Jamse tire session Ami soon aft in and Jud Quot Mel ecu j Amway a 5� Laid unto to Quot Osda called up Tho report of the a try to Thoa ikrpo8odi a Ufi cussed of Ai the whole Day was Dos important by ifs Intro it aft fit following to provide for the free and in a sly a or a rape of tho8ilver Dollar to provide for the payment of Bounty to certain discharged soldiers of the United states Anay it sex feuds the provisions of the Bounty aet to soldiers discharged within two years from the Date of their enlist Dlithe line of tent disability incurred in the line it duty to provide for determinism rvs i v�?~, removal of inability of resident to discharge the Powers and duties of the office it provides that on the Enli Affif ? a i two lcil�?~l8 of departments i jul. Bostice of the supreme court of the i tilted states that the president is i pliable to discharge the duties of his office and it shill i8 106 shall Convene the court and it shall determine the question of such to. Whon the Calendar was reached the Senate took up the first Bill in bion hindi or ,ai�?T8 presidential succession Bill. Pending discussion of which the l Enate went into executive session and when the doors Wert re opened adjourned. Brown of Indiana offered a la run r 0uvl$"l to Ltd ave to print in the it Keerd shall be allowed Only when a question is under consideration referred. I it if i a Movi if the political disabilities of Alexander r. Lawton of Georgia the discussion of the proposed v Ision of the rules was resumed but with and Job ulried general debate the House Senate december 17,-the Resolution of or Butler calling for a committee to inquire into the alleged organization of the state government of Dakota was taken up. And debate Laid Over and the Senate re mrs. Yseult Dudley the assailant of o Donovan Rossa who is at the insane Asylum at Middletown n. Y., gives the keepers so much trouble that Tho state Board of charities will make an Effort to have her sent Back to England. A Cave in occurred in Fowler a Colliery at Yatesville pa., on the night of Tho 14th. In breach is Quito deep the Bottom not Tiff Visilda and includes a portion of the Lehigh Valley Coal Road. At an Early hour the next morning a loaded Coal Tram came Down the Road at rapid Speed when Maggie be Honey a ten year old girl living near ran in front of Tho engine and waving Hor Bonnet got the Engineer to pull up just on the Edge of the Brink. A half minute More r in 1 with its Crew would have plunged into the yawning abyss. Charles Kaufman of Franklin n. J., who was bitten by a supposed Rabid dog some How Nghi ,led for 1�?T�?~u is 0,1 Tho vile 6 to w be treated by m. Paste. J i a a a it autograph and prints of the late will am h. Kissam who was to number 29. Or William h. Maudlu Wiz partly by these word sin the handwriting of George Washington a to colonel Biddie mrs. Washington begs you will Semi Horas much As will make Hor a gown a sold for ? it John Adams autograph brought $10.50 aul Joje a u-�j0�?Tgonoral but name apts Riols n.-, Bibl a i or Anam committees Etters a 0,1,011 so 25 a and Lafay i and accomplished its Mission adjourned on on the Lith. Apoplexy is assigned As the Ottuso of his death. In a Drunken Light at has Cora i. T a few Days ago Robert Brown shot Aud killed an unknown Creek then turned and fired at Cap Clemanthe shooting him through Tho shoulders. Manthe returned the fire killing Robert instantly Aud his own wound proved fatal. U Hendricks Secretary of the Madison i f a Conil any and a Cousin of the ate vice president dropped dead on the i it the of heart disease. A coloured Sailor named a. Saunders upturn of the hold on the United states Garner Swatara fell dead in the streets of i Orf Smouth va., on the 17th. He was the hit coloured Man Ever enlisted in Tho United states Navy a Date 1 states court at Atlanta on toe Lith judge Mccoy decided the contested Poni .fca8es, own gout of the recent Pooh Bitton election in that county. The judge refused to Continuo the injunction rest mining Tho Ordinary from announcing Tho insult of the election and decided Tho fact Trees of the 112? run red Cago on the Price of All goods of their product one Liaf cent a Pound to take effect at on be. I he so called Dakota legislature having perfected its list of standing committees Job work and infer Lotfal office in supplied with a a. Mate rial am of Joof Doh work outbox St a Elass of people Anil at the lowest h.m6 thorns of advertising and Toh arts is. A work Pony i Talmage a Sermon. A a Tho now Boron of martyrs forms an interesting theme. The heroes who choose a sphere far higher far nobler than those which bely on the shedding of human blood for Fame and glory. Said Only on easy payments Over five million in use 7�?T.-office store. One door West opposite court House Cambridge Ohio Joseph Mouton proprietor. Glrst class in every particular and Central location. Deis�?Tu-3 1l a o Elj i w. A Gill proprietor. Main Street Cambridge Ohio. The in a House in town per Day. _ Mark of Arcade hotel Cambridge Ohio. A v ii Ham Weaver to nearest hotel to Railroad depots. First del8�?T84-tf c. &3i. Exchange hotel Caldwell Ohio. V John w. Robinson proprietor. Every attention Comfort and convenient Skaug Quot of Sis Cunneff Housho $1.50 per Day. Corner Market and fourth Street. It we. Kirk. If Ogieru a drug for ail Needles oils Anil attachment Jar Ivines. Fob 15-tf ii. It. Veitch agent. It in p res on t Given away. Semi us 5 cents postage and by mail you will get free a in a a. X package of goods to of Large value that will Start you in work that will at once bring you in Money faster than 111 All about the ?,000 in presents with a Ai ii Box agents wanted everywhere of either sex. Of All a of s Loran Tho tune or spar time univ to work Lor us a their own Home s. Fortunes for All workers absolutely assured. Done to delay. Ii Haulk to amp co., Portland. Me. Deep 84-Lv m c c o l lit i manufacture it of iss go jigs we Wao a. He is also prepared to do All kinds of Black Miti ung at reasonable rates. A hop South end re Iii Street. Oain rid a Ltd Oil to. Send six cents for postage and receive tree a Box of goods which will a v. To p j 0u to More Money right away than anything in this world \ i of either sex. Succeed from first hour. The Broad Road to Fortune opens before tie work cts absolutely sure. Atone. Address a i or a co Augusta Maine. Chat it by t. C. Stanley paper in angor att i sued consideration of the presidential by or ohm a proposed r Edmunds providing for no Oarle the Case of if Peop a of 11 neut president in info Stoa ? vacancy in that office was then Das Sod a Ltd Fol to and the Bill Inen passed it provides that when there is, in the offices of both president Suei of fun the Quot a Cabinet officers shall o Der in i presidency in the following tre Isi Irv v Ary a state. Secretary of the j Treasury Secretary of War. Attorney Rem lev Patina it Ter general. Secretary of there Hinot in quote to thru die Interior. In n t i i r thus acting As president Persis non Una a the d8� witty of the in t i i rim to ice. Resident is removed or h in la 1 resident is elected to succeed for Vior. I a a i a u to in of the president h Lent who a he succeeds. The Eal a a Cortees the acting president to cad an extra session of Congress within Lary r Vvs the Tim Ltd he assumes Tho a i i i office should the regular Nieset .,?, sgt Nof Ozeir within that time. Jin , Atter Tho passage of the Mil the a Lier adjourned executives Tsiou and Oon d7.n = to Day occupied in. i a i a 1 Ioco cd revision of the was a is h? v 01080 of Tho it it Bato nut Rau 5 clauses for amendment. With Hon a adjourned016 a a a the it azure a it a sex a Etc december chair Laid he fore the Senate a letter from the Secretary or w a concerning the damage to governor s Island new York Harbor by the storm of november.23 last it asks the tit a Gray the s it a built similar to the one on Tho hut �1 in in t Hannel Side of the Island. The est Tun ated Cost is $50,000. Tho Bill granting a pension to the widow of general Grant a ?j2plbly-by mrs mitche11 Kom the Deb it or and passed without. Campton introduced a Bill nuking it unlawful for members of Congress a in end or solicit appointments to of i a Psi Praton for 11 u tiers re so it i 7iho.i�?~nuhy minting to the allege Organ i St a t we than e in tory of Dakota i to a a a hit a eds with out reaching matter was Laid Over. And lout Nief 1� Goa pub ration of Tho i Jont Iule. Atter a Short debate resulting Tiro Vena Nenfi cents in the rules wire Herat. R a. Adjourned until the 21st. 1 i a Jim both ration of the report of Tho on buies was resumed. Or a Annond adored an amendment having for a be Neritic 2ls of attaching any 1 Hills or 1 a 1 11 pow appropriation ment to Thi i Quot a uttered an Amend int to the amendment allowing soph anon when it shall Dir Uyluce to number salary or compensation of Oil Eer or employee of the i United state. Re of a 7/vvu�?o na5 8 a Ber the adoption i a be unimportant amendments the Jort was agreed to and the rules of the forty eighth it ingress As amended by the r �?Tits1of Ziv l0s�?T err of Quot a Mac Odas the roles or the forty ninth Congress. Or v a i in Cal de by die Resolution for a ii it the Ai ii nor amended it so Irwi a t -11111 Bekin december 2j, and end on january 5 adopted. The Senate Bill a pension to we widow of general giant was then taken up and passed Atter which the House adjourned. Paiit a Aller Etters $5.25. The Art manufactory of James Cooper amp bros., Philadelphia was totally destroyed by fire on the Lith entailing a loss of $125,-000 partially insured. The Steamer City of Mexico was boarded by custom House officers at new York on the 17th and a Large Quantity of arms and ammunition found in the hold. The munitions of War were taken out and an officer placed in charge of the ship. It is believed the loading of the Steamer with arms is but part of an extensive scheme to seize Cuba. Rev. Charles ii. Dickinson was on the 17th installed As pastor of the first congregational Church it Wallingford Conn. To is the fifth minister to fill the pulpit of this Church in Tho two Hundred years of its existence. Prominent among deaths victims on Tho 18th were sex governor Hall of Vermont Henry s. Hagert a leading member of the i Philadelphia or. Isaac c. Collins for i Tunny years Tho physician at sing sing prison n. The eminent Jesuit father Augustus j. Thebaud. Of Fordham n. I Solomon Parker Dexter a Well known dry goods merchant of Boston and John s. I heard president of the Board of health of Newburgh n. There were four new cases of Small pox reported to the authorities of Long Island City n. Y., on the 18th. Grave fears of Tho disease becoming epidemic arc now entertained. Business failures in the United states 1 the i nth to meet on the cull of the governor. At Carrol ton mo., Joel Anderson and Samuel Baugh were found guilty of murder in the second degree some time ago and sentenced to life imprisonment. They obtained a new trial and on the 18th the jury brought in a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree and they were sentenced to be hanged on the 12th of March next. At Elfield 111., on the 18th, during the noon recess of Tho Public school John Carver and Harry Steed each sixteen years of age. Quarrelled and Carver struck Steed on tin head with a Stone killing him instantly. Carver was arrested and the evidence at Tho preliminary examination showing a Case of self defense he was bound Over to court in $1,000 bail. Rav ? or i recent Worton trip Mich a Talmage visited Detroit ii., urn delivered a Sermon on Hie above suit Jelt t at Tho Jefferson Avenue Presbyte-1 Iau Buch taking for his text thy to Ber fore endure liar it less ii to no sati Aivge Tay Nistoris in Are not n im., acknowledge the merits of great a my Chiel Tams. We have Tho full length portrait of the Cromwells the Ash tons the Napoleons and the Wei idiot a Mil in Altir Jorwa human As a a r to the Bole end the we s to that n of Boston fug $215 to to take Tho stolen from herbs Humours inscribed on to Henry u Jolt octo and Canada during the it 19th number 225, against 2ii fore and 239 the week revue the Grant Eulogy commit to has presented a Gold watch Ltd Rev. Henry Ward la Ber. Place of the watch r. I t v him. The Case bears or. Gram on thou tide and in i i Quot presen Ted by the City of bos Ward Beecher in recognition of the of general Grant delivered by him Ber 23, ins ,.�?� at the anniversary of the methodist episcopal missionary society in new York City on the i8th, Kev. Or. Reid Tii that in China India and Japan a greater miss ii. M we Ork been a Coom d fore and that it would of the $1,000,900 voted i Tine the work during tic treasurer Phillips reports for 1885 amount to $>20.82n than last year. At the meeting of the to of new York City on the i Mittee reported that As i he regarding the title of the allow Riverside Park to cemetery some difficulty i Kerning the Tomb of Gene allowed to permanently remain tiler Resolution asking the legislature to a act which would Settle Tho action by peradventure wus passed. i Muir the ave Nan i every society i ensuing Lithe re beet it o Oon car. Be j pts More a. Of Abb tothe Law re was a qui City a Rig by used a night Ariso it �?�a1 Grant but Mien com St Ion it to As a coning a an had foreign intelligence. Dispatches front general de Courcy commanding the French forces Algonquin report that general Legrier has cleared the mountains North of Hai Duong of Black flags and pirates capturing a num Ber of arms and ammunition. One Cavern j was desperately defended and fully one Hundred pirates were killed before it could be taken. Numerous War Junks were sunk i Between the rapids and Tho Bamboo canals i he country has been pacified. Timothy Harrington Secretary of the i Irish National league and member elect for Dublin says that 1,000 branches aver i aging Joo Menthe is each had Given 860,000 i to the executive body thus far in 1885. Some j of the new members of the House of commons would be Given salaries but Only in j Cass writers it is absolutely necessary for their suitable maintenance while serving As members. Bombay advices state that eleven european in the employ of the Bombay company while working their Way through Tho Chin Dwin Forest endeavouring to reach Man poor were overtaken by a band of j bul Eleon the 20th of november conveyed on Board of a Steamer belonging to King theebam and brutally put to death. It is asserted that this wholesale murder of eur i rope Nii was sanctioned by one of the Palace i officials. A a Rome dispatch of the 16th says the trial of the but a Hor Iozzi and his wife son and daughter for the murder of a rival Butcher name i Poggi at r Italy resulted in Ilie conviction of All the prisoners. Tozzi and his son were condemned to death. I of z is wife was is ate need to Twenty years and i Dan lit r to ten years1 is it a ment. Rte cd that typhus fever and a alarmingly prevalent among troops at Nisch the deaths list a is averaging thirty per a a cold continues at i Irot lunar Ian soldiers have been Iii Wailea Iccy owing to the and of suitable overcoats Aud proprietor raar2-tf Zanesville Ohio trios Epson s. Crow proprietor of Farmers hotel of ii i. X. A on Mill Street one Una Are a times a Bon a dry Gouda store. South of win. Martof j. W. Iii Pincott proprietor of the Beecher House. Cor. Broadway and South streets Quaker City. Otlo a very to Tonto Quot Rasi Kroscan is a use a Washington Ohio. Jam is Sam Lii proper Good stabling connected with the route. ,. Jer-83-tf Globe House cd i Iser. La no Ohio. Jar is Canady proper. A ugl<>82-tf Rod heeled with the Ilou Oey Central hotel l. Cutter proprietor. 91 Alii St., , Newly Fioroli had throughout. a Tot but Good us brio Washington. Tinong the presidential appointments sent to the Senate on the 10th were the Fol lowing Franz Siegel pension agent at new York City John Bigelow assistant tinted staffs treasurer at new York and b. Stearns. Appraiser of merchandise at Boston and Charl Stow a mass. A queer document was Laid before the Senate a few Days ago in the shape of a memorial from m. Krauskorf of Brooklyn urging that the government shall establish a newspaper at every first class Post office in the United states to be published at Public expense and for Public use. Such papers to be for the free publication of All advertisements of the people and of utterances Ami options of people who May choose to Avail themselves of the columns of the government papers. Iii 1 Secretary of the Interior has requested the attorney general to Institute snits Iii about forty additional cases against cattlemen for illegally fencing the Public lands in Kansas Nebraska Wyoming and Colorado. A Bill to prevent the unlawful enclosure or Public lands introduced in the Senate the other Day by or. Ingalls provides that if any person shall unlawfully enclose or cause to be enclosed by fencing or otherwise any tract of Public land upon which he has no actual settlement or to which he has no claim of right or title under the Laws of the United states or shall maintain any unlawful enclosure of or upon the Public lands he shall be liable to a Fine of one Hundred dollars a Day for each and every Day such enclosure shall be maintained from and after the passage of the act. The East. Tho new York state sheep breeders association met at Rochester n. Y., on the 15th and elected the following officers for the ensuing year president c. E. Shepard Canandaigua Vic president David Cassel Onondaga Secretary j. H. Earle Skaneateles treasurer Howland Sherman East Avon. Diaries Panther aged fifteen years of Buffalo n. Y., suicide on the 16th by shooting himself. Being reprimanded by Bis school teacher the Day before he attempted to shoot her but was prevented. Scarlet fever of a malignant Type has broken out at the protestant episcopal Home for children at Pittsburgh. There Are eighty five children Iii the Home and the situation is alarming. On the 16th four deaths had occurred and ten children were lying ill with the dread disease. It is thought that the liabilities of James Mccarthy of Oswego n. J., whose failure was announced a few Days ago Are Over i of too principally to new York merchants. Claflin amp co. Are among the largest creditors for $19,000. Tho Arf co. The West and South. The family of e. E. Joins Eon bin of himself wife and two children residing at Mechanicsville n. Y., were All taken seriously ill on the loth. They had partaken freely of flesh pork and sausage and the physician pronounce Al it a Case of Trinchi Diasis. Let. Hamer a Young Railroad employee was found alongside the track at new Era ind.,on the loth mortally wounded. He had been shot and As Joo which he had just drawn from the Bank is missing ii is supposed he Wix murdered for his i. In the probate court at Cincinnati on the Lith judge Goebel appointed sex Mavor Stevens and Gustave Tafel trustees of the estate of the late archbishop Purcell. A special from Huron dak., says tile so called legislature on the 16th elected judges Moody urn Edgerton United stats senators for the would be state of South Dakota. The House of William White a Telegraph operator at Cleveland o., took fire from a gasoline explosion on the kith and his three year old son was burned to death before it Conli lie rescued. Rev. Chauncey m. Williamson of Augusta ba., was on the kith elected Bishop of the diocese of Easton md., of the protestant episcopal Church to succeed Henry m. Lay who died september to last. Or. Williamson who is but thirty two years of age is a native of Alabama and was educated at Trinity College Hart Ford. Near Pekin Putnam county Tenn., a a few Days ago Thomas Robinson coloured outraged mrs. Joseph Brown after which he stoned her to death. Robinson was arrested tried and convicted and while Enro Ute to jail on the kith was taken from Tho guard by a and beaten to death with clubs. Edward Fairburn of Milwaukee went Home intoxicated the other Day and during a quarrel with his wife suddenly grasped their six months old child and threw it on the hot Kitchen stove. The cries of the Mother attracted the attention of an officer who rescued the babe and placed Fairburn under arrest. Tho child will die. At Muncie iud., on the loth mrs. Herrick was adjusting a swinging Library lamp with her two children standing near her when the fastenings gave Way Ami the lamp with its trappings fell from the ceiling upon her. I the bowl of the lamp burst saturating her clothing with Oil which instantly ignited i ablaze from head to foot mrs. Herrick followed by her children whose garments j were also on fire rushed outdoors and at tempted to quench the flames by rolling in the Snow. When assistance arrived she was dead burned to a Crisp. The children were badly burned but will recover. A grease tank at Hart amp Hensley a pork packing establishment Nashville Tenn. Exploded on Tho Lith front an excessive collection of Gas killing Henry a mock and seriously injuring James Mew Karner and wrecking the buildings. Mrs. Hendricks filed her Bond at Indianapolis on the 17th, in the sum of $17,000, As executrix of the will of her late husband. Her affidavit states that to the Bliest of her belief the personal estate of the late Hyce president is Worth $85,000. Bishop f. X. Krautbauer for years Bishop of Tho Catholic diocese of Green a it is repo Small of an the Servian from Tho Ltd i Day. The in and Many i Frozen to Den ack of tents blankets. A or was in lotions Wen Rule would i the loyalist resolutions a Astralion by Irish loyalists Armagh on the 18th. Resort dotted declaring that Home a a snit in civil War and pledging ? to assist to the utmost. The Iso commended the loyalists to the sympathy and support of British protestant s the speakers boasted that if War a Fen i upon tin in the orangemen of i Ier v. Ould put in the Field 60,000 fighting men. A in i Oma i on tin Vii in later news. received by Ca. Which arrived at that a typhoon at a in the 8 it it it in by r 7, destroyed including thirteen a vents. Fifteen lives i ins r in in of the not it t d tin pics 120th, state it Pink a i Lami 4.4 h Hon los and ten and live Hundred cattle destroyed. Pc Only c i Prises the destruction a i n out of tile thirty four districts a als. Tho remaining fifteen have i by ii heard from. Rived at St. Petersburg on it a terrible dynamite sex tiered in the plei Jachin lie accounts were Oon is tile number of persons acing the number at four others place it As High As 18 had Ort a. Pai till Ision mine Iii filleting As Reg killed some j Hundred Whilt one thousand. A Philadelphia dispatch says the anthrax j ii Coal companies have informally Given notice that prices and freights Are to be adva need on t he 1st of january. The and a Nee proposed is Twenty five cents per ton a a a a yen cents on Coal and ten cents on i dem ids i is believed the result will be to i Stop work on every Anthracite blast fur a ii Ace t. A i is preparing Togo into operation j anime it death from Trinchi Diasis occurred in Tho family at Tarentum i pa., Oil the loth making three deaths within a week the victim was Henry a son Agen Nenty he years. The Iivo others who were attacked Are doing Well and May j recover. a fiut occurred on the 19th Between a company of United states troops under lieutenant Fountain and hostile indians near White House n. M. In wham surgeon Maddox private Collin Gibson Holton and Mcmillan were Kinod. Lieutenant Cahill and Corporal Mcfarland received slight wounds. The baud is tic one which attacked lieutenant i Olin Tain on the 9th. They fled toward Linton. I to indians Are said to have Boca killed. In the House on Rio 19th or. Morrison 11oui the committee on rules reported a Resolution for the creation of the following be e t committees on the elect Ion of president and \ ice president of the United states to consist of three mein hers. To which a Nili be ret erred my prepositions touching the elect on Aud Temir of office of president and \ ice i resident the count of the electoral vote and tin succession to the office cd i resident on Reform Iii Hie civil service to consist Ltd to thirteen members to which shall be referred All proportions touching the civil service on shipbuilding and ship own ing interests to consist of thirteen members to which shall be referred till propositions Rehil a to american shipbuilding and Shin owning interests authority to investigate the cause of the decline of the american foreign currying Trade on alcoholic liquor traffic to consist of eleven members on ventilation and eco Ristics of the House to consist of seven members. Tho Resolution was adopted. Or Findlay asked unanimous consent for the present consideration of the i residential succession Bill but objection is made so the Bill did not come up or. Brown of Indiana introduced the Loi lowing bilks referring to the president the cont Rove Ray Between the United states and Venezuela in respect to the amendment of i so granting pensions to the soldiers of tile mexican War increasing the pensions of survivors of the War of i d granting arrears it it i pensions to persons pensioned by special a a Quot it vows Iwon of Ureel Day wife., of pensions to persons pensioned by special i Trasi found in his Felt #19 i was aet it j Gold or precious stones but bleached skulls of the fallen. But i am now to unroll before you a scroll of heroes that the world has never acknowledged those who faced no guns blew no Bugle blast conquered no cities chained no captives to their Chariot wheels and yet in the great Day of eternity will stand higher than those Whoso names startled the nations and seraph and rapt spirits and archangel will Tell their deeds to a listening universe. I mean the heroes of common everyday life. In this Roll in Tho first place i find All the heroes of the sick room. When satan had failed to overcome Job he said to god a put Forth thine hand now and touch his Bone and his flesh and he will curse thee to thy satan had found out what we have All found out that sickness is the greatest test of one�?T3 character. A Man who can stand that can stand anything to be shut in a room As fast As though it were a Bastile to be so nervous you can not endure the tap of a child a foot to have luxuriant fruit which tempts the appetite of the robust and healthy excite our loathing Ami disgust when it appears on the Platter to have the rapier of pain strike through the Side or across the temples like a razor or to put Tho foot into a Vise or throw the whole body into a Blaze of fever. Yet there have been men and women More women than men who have cheerfully endured this hardness. Through years of exhausting rheumatism and excruciating neuralgia they have gone and through bodily distresses that rasped the nerves and Tore the Muscles and paled the Cheeks and stooped the shoulders. By the dim Light of the sick room taper they saw on their Wall the picture of that land where the inhabitants Are never sick. I Brough the dead silence of the night they heard the chorus of the Angels. The cancer ate away her life from week to week and from Day to Day and she became weaker and weaker and every a Good night was feebler than Tho a Good night before yet never sad. The child looked up into her face and saw suffering transformed into a heavenly smile. Those Avo suffered on the Battle Field amid shot and Shell were not so much heroes or heroines As those who in the Field Hospital and in the Asylum had fevers which no ice could Cool and no surgery could cure. No shout of Comrade to cheer them but numbness and aching and homesickness yet willing to suffer confident in god and hopeful of heaven. Heroes of rheumatism heroes of neuralgia heroes of spinal complaint heroes of sick headache Hei Oes of Long invalid ism heroes and heroines they shall reign forever and Ever. Hark i catch just one note of the eternal Anthem a there shall be no More bless god for that Iii this Roll i also find Tho heroes of toil who do their work uncomplaining by. It is comparatively easy to Lead a regiment into Battle when you know that the whole nation w ill applaud Tho Victory it is compar to Cly easy to doctor the sick when you know that your skill will be appreciated by the Large company of friends and relatives it is comparatively easy to address an audience when in the gleaming eyes and flushed Cheeks you know that your sentiments Are adopted but to do sewing where you expect that the employer will come and thrust his thumb through Tho work to show How imperfect it is or to have the whole garment thrown Back on you to be Don Over again to build a Wall and know there will be no one Tho Stoa Mer j to say you did it Well but Only to have a Oan firc Mesisco swearing employer howling across the scaffold to work until your eyes Are dim and your Back aches and your heart faints and to know that if you Stop before night your children will starve a the sword has not slain so Many As the Needle the great Battlo Fields of our last War were not Gettysburg and Shiloh and South Mountain. The great Battle Fields of the last War were in the arsenals and in the shops and in the attics where women made army jackets for a sixpence. They toiled on until they died. I hey had no funeral Eulogi urn but in Tho name of my god this morning i enrol their names among those of whom the world was not worthy. Heroes of the Needle heroes of the sewing machine heroes of the attic heroes of the cellar heroes and heroines mess god for them in this toll i also find the heroes who have uncomplaining by endured Domestic injustice. There Are men who for their toil and anxiety have no sympathy in their own Homes. Exhausting application to business gets them a livelihood but an in frugal wife scatters it. To is fretted at from the moment he enters the door until lie goes out of it the exasperation of business life augmented by Tho exasperation of Domestic life. Such men Are laughed at but they have a heart breaking trouble and they would have Long ago gone into appalling dissipation but for Tho Grace of god. Society to Day is strewn with wrecks of men who under Tho the Northeast storm of Domestic i Felicity have but in driven on the rocks. There Are tens of thousands of drunkards in this country to Day made such by their wives. That is not poetry that is prose. But the wrong is generally in the opposite direction. You would not have to go far to find a wife who is a perpetual Martyr. Something heavier than the stroke of the list unkind words staggering Homo at Midnight and constant maltreatment which have left her Only a wreck of what she w As on that Day when in Tho midst of a Brilliant assemblage Tho vows were taken and full Organ played Tho wedding March and the Carriage rolled away with the Benediction of the people. What was the burning of Latimer and Ridley at the stake compared with this those men soon became unconscious in Tho fire but Here is a fifty years martyrdom a fifty years putting to death yet uncomplaining. No bitter words when the rollicking companions at two of clock in Tho iring pitch Tho husband dead drunk into the front entry. No bitter w ords when wiping from the swollen brow Tho blood struck out in a Midnight Carousel bonding Oier Hie battered and bruised i Oral of him who when to took her from her fathers Home promised Lovo and kindness and Protection yet pvt plug hut sympathy and prayers Aud forgiveness before they Are asked for. No bitter words when Tho family Bible goes Tho he Fth a Pawn Brok is shop gets the last decent dress. Someday desiring to it to Root her you ecu How Are you getting along now a Alf Luln a my trembling voice and quitting her quivering lip she. Pretty Well i thank you pretty Heriot 7111 Teji you a Tho delirium of tier last sickness she May Tell All these the. Al a lifetime it but so will not do that. Not until the books of eternity a. Opened a a a a the throne of Eui be known what she has suffered. Ohye who Are twisting a Garland for the Tor put it on that Pale brow when she in be i neighbors will bos Linen to make her a shroud Aud she will he carried out in Apio Box with no Silver plate to tears n a a lived a a thousand in a a old ailed a a so. The Gam a us the swindlers who destroyed Hor husband win not come to Tho funeral. Funeral1 6 "a1 been a a Khz for that funeral one Carriage to carry the or press fi&Quot"1 the to Christian women who cd Over the obsequies but there is a lasting Zehles Aud i t Christ will step Forth and say a a come in be suffered with me on Earth be glorified with me in what is the highest throne in heaven the throne of tile lord god almighty and the Lamb. No doubt about it. Hat is the next highest throne in heaven while i speak it seems to my that it will he throne of Tho drunkards wife if she with cheerful patience endure All her earthly torture. Heroes and heroines i find also in this Roll the heroes of Christian Charity. We All Admire the George Peabody and Tho James Lenores of the Earth who gave tens and hundreds and thousands of dollars to Good objects. But i Arn speaking this morning of those who out of their pinched poverty help others of such men As those Christian missionaries at the West who Are living on $250 a year that they May proclaim Christ to Tho people. One of them writing to the Secretary in new York says a i thank you for that $j.�. Until yesterday we have had no meat in our House for three months. We have suffered terribly. My children have no shoes this i Arn speaking of those people who have Only a half a loaf of bread but give a piece of it to others who Are hungry and of those who have Only a scuttle of Coal but help others to fuel and of those who Lave Only a Dollar in their pocket and give Twenty five cents to somebody else and of that father who wears a shabby coat and of that Mother who wears a faded dress that their children May be Well a paroled. of Call them paupers or Ragamuffin or immigrants. I Call them heroes Aud heroines. You and i May not know where they live or what their name is god knows and they have More Angels hovering Over them than you and i have and they will have a higher seat in heaven. They have had Only a cup of cold water to give a poor traveler or May have Only picked a splinter from under Tho Nail of a child a Finger or it Only two mites into the to Masury but the lord knows them. Considering what they had they did More than we have Ever done and their Laded dress will become a White Robe and the Small room will be an eternal mansion and the old hat will be a Coronet of Victory and All the applause of Earth and All the shouting of heaven will be drowned out when god rises up to give his Reward to those Humble workers in his kingdom and to say to them a Well done Good and faithful servants a you have All seen or heard of the ruin of Melrose Abbey. I suppose Iii some respects the most exquisite ruin on Earth and yet looking on it i was not so impressed you May set it Down to taste but i was not so deeply stirred As i was at the Tombstone at the foot of that Abbey the Tombstone placed by Walter Scott Over the grave of an old Man who had served for a Good Many years in his House the inscription most significant and i defy any Man to stand there and read it without tears coming into his eyes the epitaph a Well done Good and faithful servant to when our work is Over will it be found that because of anything we have done for god or Tho Church or suffering humanity that such an inscription is appropriate for us god Grant it who Are those who were bravest and deserved the greatest Monument lord Clave House and his Burly soldiers or John Brown the Edinburgh Carrier and his wife or. Atkins the persecuted minister of Jesus Christ in Scotland was secreted by John Brown and his write and Clave House Rode up one Day with his armed men and shouted i front of the House. John Browne a Little girl came out. He said to her a Well miss is or. Atkins Here a she made no answer for she could not betray the minister of the gospel. A Cha a Clave House said a Theu you Are a Chip of Tho old Block Are you i have something in my pocket for you. It is a nosegay. Some people Call it a Thumbscrew but i Call it to and he got off his horse and he put. It month Little girls hand and began to turn it until Tho Bones cracked and she cried. He said a a done to crr Don t cry done to cry this is not a Thumbscrew this is a nosegay. And they heard the child a cry and the father and Mother came out and Clave House said a Cha it seems that you three have Laid your holy Heads together determined to die like All the rest of your hypocritical canting snivelling Crew. Rather than give up Good or. Atkins pious or. Atkins you would die. I have a Telescope with me that will improve your vision a and he pulled out a pistol. A now who said a you old pragmatic Al lest you should catch cold in this cold morning of Scotland and for Tho Honor and safety of the King to say nothing of Tho glory of god and Tho Good of our souls i w ill proceed simply and Iii the neatest and most expeditious manner to blow your brains John Brown fell upon his Knees and began to Pray. A nah a said Clave House a look out if you arc going to Pray steer Clear of the King the Council and Richard a to lord a said John Brown a since it seems to to thy will that i should leave this world for a world where i can love thee better and serve thee More i put this poor widow woman and these helpless fatherless children into thy hands. We have been together in peace and Good will but now we must look Forth to a better meeting Iii heaven and As for these poor creatures blindfolded and infatuated that stand before me convert them before it be too late and May they who have sat in judgment in this Little place on this messed morning upon me a poor defenceless fellow creature May they in that last judgment find that mercy which they had refused to me thy most unworthy but faithful servant. Amen a he Rose up and said a Isabel the hour is come of which i spoke to you on the morning when i proposed hand and heart to you and Are you willing for the love of god to let me die a 3iie put Lier arms around him and said a the lord gave and the lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of the lord a a Stop that snivelling a said Clave House a i have had enough of it. Soldiers do your work. Take aim fire a and Tho head John Brown was scattered on the ground. While Tho wife was gathering up in her apron the fragments ments of her husbands head gathering hem up for burial Clave House looked into or face and said a now my Good woman How do you feel now about your Bonnie Man a a ooh a she said a i always thought veil of him he has been very Good to me. I had no reason for thinking anything but Ell of him and i think better of him o what a grand thing it will be in the last Day to see god pick out his heroes and i of ties. Who Are those paupers of eternity trudging off from the Gates of heaven the lord claw Honse and the heroes and those who had seep if1. A crowns and thrones but they pc Tor their own aggrandizement and they have broke the heart of nations. I i r�3af a Arthy but paupers of eternity Wool a be ,0i their eternal despair woe woe woe but there is great excitement in heaven v by those Long processions Why the booming of that great Bell in the Tower it is Coronation Day in heaven. Who Are those rising on the thrones with crowns of school. Taught a a a 1jrag%vk�?~crte? taught in a ragged school is that All Fiat is All who Are those souls waving scepter of eternal Dominion Why they were Little children who waited on invalid mothers. That All that Sall. She was called a Little Mary on Earth she is an Empress now. A to Are that great multitude on the highest thrones of heaven who Are they Yohy they fed the hungry they clothed the naked they healed the sick they comforted the heart broken. They never found any rest until they put their head Down on the sepulchre. God watched them. God laughed Defiance at the enemies who put their heels hard Down on these his dear children and one Day the lord struck his hand so hard on his thigh that the omnipotent sword rattled in the scabbard As he said a i am their god and no weapon formed against them shall what harm can the world do you when the lord almighty with unsheathed sword fights for you i preach the Sermon this morning in Comfort. Go Homo to Tho place where god has put you to play Tho hero or the heroine. Do not envy any Man his Money or his applause of his social position. Do not envy any woman her wardrobe or her exquisite appearance. Be the hero or the heroine. If there be no flour in the House and you Don t i love where your children Are to get bread listen and you will hear something tapping against the window pane. Go to the window and you will find it is the beak of a Raven and open the window and there will Fly in the messenger that fed Elijah. Do you think that the god who grows the Cotton in the South will let you freeze for Lack of clothes do you think that the god who allowed the disciples on sunday morning to go into the Grain Field and then take the Grain and rub it in their hands and eat do you think god will let you starve did you Ever hear the experience of that old Man a i have been Young and now am old yet have i not seen the righteous forsaken nor his seed begging bread a get up out of your discouragement o troubled soul o sewing women o men kicked and cuffed by unjust employers o be who Are hard beset in the Battle of life and know not which Way to turn o you bereft one o you sick one with complaints you have told to no one come and get the Comfort of this subject. Listen to our great captains cheer a to him that Ove cometh will i give to eat of the tree of life which is in the midst of the Paradise of god a Back to Earth. I How the ghost of Patrick Tracey is exciting the residents of his old Home. Newton mass Cor. Cincinnati enquirer. Several months ago Patrick Tracey a resident of night Cap Corner a sleepy District in the outskirts of West Newton was found dead in an outbuilding Forra ing a part of his estate. It was taken for granted that he died of heart disease. Patrick Tracey a ghost is said to have revisited night Cap Corner repeatedly since the time of his decease hovering about his former Home. Night Cap Corner is in a state of feverish excitement As to Why is so disturbed. It is hinted that he was the victim of foul play. Another reason May be stronger. It is stated that the teams he used were mortgaged and that they have been sold since his taking off under foreclosure. The neighbors have firm Faith that it is a genuine ghost Many persons claiming to have seen it. One woman was passing paths place last night when it is said. Paths form appeared dimly outlined in the darkness and steadily it approached until it was within three feet of the terror stricken woman when suddenly it Sank into the ground. Another Story is that the apparition accosted a Man who was passing through the Yard of paths earthly Home recently and asked him for a drink of water. This is discredited As the deceased was not fond of water while Here below. The spiritual peregrinations Are confined to the door Yards or Vicinity of his late Home where the visits Are frequent. Some pretend to disbelieve the store but Only those who have not seen the ghost. The locality is close on the Border of Charles River not far from Auburndale a place Mystic romantic Beautiful and famed As the country seat of ghosts of All descriptions. A a a a a a a a How the name came to be applied Tai Southern Illinois. Is. It. Dwight in Springfield Republican i was born and raised in Jefferson county Illinois and grew to manhood in the family of my Grandfather governor z. Casey one of the Early prominent men of Southern Illinois. He came to Jefferson county which is a part of Southern Illinois in 1816, while Illinois was yet a territory. Governor Casey was at one time lieutenant governor of the state for a number of years a prominent member of Congress from Illinois and held other important positions. He was fully identified with the state and people up to the Timet of his death which occurred in 1862. I mention these facts to show you that i know whereof i speak. Governor Casey often explained to me in my childhood Why Southern Illinois was called a Egypt a and it was this about the year 1835 i am not certain As to the exact Yea there was throughout Northern and Central Illinois a great Scarcity of Corn while All through Southern Illinois there was a very great abundance As a consequence the following fall and Winter great numbers came Down into a a Egypt As in ancient times the people went Down into ancient Egypt for a like purpose to buy and carry Back Corn to Supply the wants of the people in that part of the state where the Corn crop for that year had been a total failure. The chief product of the state at that time was Corn but Little else was cultivated. It was the Staple article of food both for Man and beast. And thus Southern Illi Noi i came to be called a Egypt a the thick darkness Aud the mice Meyer did

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