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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1883, Cambridge, Ohio A ats Obi c Tambri amp be Gerald. Published every thursday at Cambridge Guernsey county Ohio. Mahaffey so Ogier editors and proprietors. Terms subscript Ioji. One copy one year $2.00, payable at any time within the year no paper discontinued until All arrearage Are paid except at the option the publishers. Vol. Xiv. Cambridge Guernsey co., Ohio thursday january la 1883. Number 31. Job work and advertising. The Herald office is supplied with a new Complete outfit the latest styles Job mate. Rial and is prepared to execute All kinds Job work the shortest possible notice. Advertisers will find its columns the Best medium in the county for reaching the attention the better class people and at the lowest living rates. Terms advertising and Job prices can be a ascertained and samples work furnished . Business cards. Attorneys. M. R. Patterson attorney Al Law. Cambridge Ohio. Office in shunned building. Marl6-tf. Steele . Cambridge Ohio. Office in Hutchison Block. Marl i . Same a Luccock attorney it Law business in All the state will receive prompt attention. Office in the Cosgrave building main Street Cambridge Ohio. Nov30�?T82-tf bag i Mio t e l. Is me St oink . Is now offering special this 2 j that defy All honest Competition in the same Grade goods. Fine shoes i a Complete Stock in All widths and sizes. Children a i infants shoes in great varieties. B. S. Hering proprietor. Main Street Cambridge Ohio the leading h tue in town $2.00 per Day. In arum f Antrim hotel j. I. Albaugh proprietor Antrim Ohio. Good buggies and teams at reasonable rates and Good horses bought and sold. Ju30�?T82-tf Exchange hotel , Ohio. John w. Robinson proprietor. Every attention Comfort and convenience Given gusts. Good stabling connected with the House. .50 per Day. Jyg�?T83-tf House. $1.50 per Day. Corner Market and fourth streets. We. Kirk iuur2-tf proprietor. Zanesville. Ohio. Thompson is. Crow proprietor Farmers hotel Mill Street one Square South . Kamey amp soaps dry oods store. Mar2�?Ttf j. W. Lippincott proprietor the Beecher House Cor. Broadway and South Street Quaker City Ohio. Guests will receive every attention necessary to their Comfort. Mar2-tf american Houser Washington Ohio. James Smith proper Good stabling connected with the House. Je22-s2-tf g i Obe h ohs in Berland Ohio. Janies Canady rope a. Keeps a first Clas hotel Rune no free Hack and charges $1.50 per Day. Good stabling connected with the House. Auglo-82-tf livery stables. Jah is St evens has opened a feed and Sale stable at Scott sold livery stand whore horses will the fed at reasonable rates either by meal Day regular Board. Oetl9�?T82-Ly new 031 k Moss manufacturers wagons buggies is blacksmithing and All kinds repairing neatly and promptly executed. All work warranted first Das. Is lop one Square East City Hall Steubenville Street. Mar2-tf Etc cd manufacturer buggies and wagons. He is also prepared to do All kinds blacksmithing at reasonable Rales. Is shop South end Mill Street. Cambridge Ohio. I it. K. Kites Marble and Granite works Cambridge Keeps hand a Fine lot the celebrated bed and Gray scotch Granite monuments at the lowest pric a a. Italian and american Marble monuments the Best style Aud Quality. Marble and slate mantles. Mar2-tf i am Bert Thomas. E. Harber Jefferies. Lambert Thomas amp co., in is 130kortl� Waters. And 46 n. Wharves. Philadelphia a. Mar2-tf l. Wells in. O., ufos Opat Hist. Office second floor Taylor Block main Street. All Calls attended Day night. Mar.2-tf robbed thousands Graves Are annually robbed their victims lives prolonged happiness and health restored by the use the great a German invigorate which positively and permanently cures impotency. Caused by excesses any kind. Seminal weakness and All diseases that follow a sequence self abuse As a loss Energy loss memory Universal lassitude pain in Tho Back Diin Wessof vision premature old age and Many other diseases that Lead to consumption and a premature grave. Send for circulars with testimonials free by mail. The in Vigi Kat Ltd is sold at f i per Box six boxes for $5, will be sent free by mail securely sealed receipt Price by add casing f. Cheney 113 Adams Street Toledo Ohio John r. Downar sole agent for Cambridge 0. Nov30�?T82-Ly. Amp people Are always the Lookout for chances to increase their earnings. And in time become wealthy i those who do not improve their opportunities remain in poverty. We offer a Pleat Chance to make Money. We want Many men women boy and girls to work for us lip lit in their own realities. Any one can do the work properly from the first Start. The business will More i Hail ten Tim s Ordinary wage. Expensive outfit furbished fro. No one who engages fails to make Money Lap Idle. You can devote your whole Tim to the work Only your spare moments. Full information and All that is needed sent free. Address e Unson amp co., Portland Maine. Nov30-ii Wise a. To. No Ore a first door East court House. Custom work a specially. Repair cheap a Bort notice. April 27, 1882. A a . I. Moore i co., successor to Weaver in greens old stands dealers in drags medicines perfume Ries Etc., main we it e e a next to Eagle Hote Cambridge We invite the attention the ladies to the flue Stock shoulder braces and also to our Stock parlor chandeliers. Evan romans recently the Ann Arbor Mich school pharmacy will be at his Post As prescription clerk Day and night. Be. Moore a ill attend to All professional Calls promptly Iff office in store. Residence Comer Pine and Steubenville streets. Marl-82-tf w. A. Rainey has just received Complete assortment new goods at the old red Corner which Are sold \1try a ii l2 consisting dry goods notions hats and gaps boots my shoes carpets and in fact everything that will please the Public. It All and see our Stock and you will be satisfied that what we say is True. We sell More goods for the same amount Money than any House West the Allegheny mountains All goods Are sold for Cash produce Only. Marl-82-tf Eastern Ohio Railroad table. Time Ooi no Esa St. A eave Gumbei land. 8 25 a. In. Pleasant. Ojo a a arrive Feno Evilie. 9 80 a a 001x0 Wint. A a it. Pleasant 10 30 a a arrive Cumberland .10.50 a a news tue week. Gathered from All quarters. Congress Lvi i the session. Senate january 2.�?the president Laid before Tho Senate a communication transmitting a report Tho Mississippi River commission with maps Etc. Ordered printed. . Garland presented Tho remonstrance certain merchants Arkansas against an increase duly tin plates referred. . Pendleton presented memorials from the Cincinnati chamber Commerce and Board Trade favouring the passage the pending bonded whisky Bill. . Garland from the committee judiciary reported the original Bill As a substitute for the Bill referred to that committee providing for the forfeiture certain Railroad land Grants. In presenting Tho report . Garland said the subject was Avery important one and that he would Call up Tho Bill As soon As the Fitz John Porter and the presidential succession Bills were out the Way. The Bill in Brief authorizes the attorney general to Institute suits in Tho name the United states against the roads granted the lands which were not patented the same with a View obtaining judgment forfeiture and provides that if within one year previous to the passage the aet the roads in question shall have made a substantial Progress they Shat be exempt from the judgment forfeiture. The morning hour having expired the Fitz John Porter Bill came up and senator Logan took the Moor and entered upon his second Days argument which was not concluded when the Senate went into executive session and soon after adjourned. the passage two Relief Bills the states wert1 called for the introduction Bills. Among these tails was one by . Harris mass., transferring the administration Revenue Cutter service to the Navy department and one by . Holman iud., limiting to two years the period presentation from the time the same accrue claims against quartermasters commissary bureaus and to one year from the passage the act the presentation claims the states for monies expended in suppressing Indian hostilities at the conclusion the Call states the House proceeded to the consideration Bills touching the administration tax Laws. The first Bill one relating to the exportation tobacco snuff and cigars in Bond free tax to adjacent territory was passed. It places tobacco exported by rail into Canada and Mexico Tho same footing As tobacco exported in vessels. A Bill was also passed to empower postmasters to administer oaths to importers books. Adjourned. Senate january 3.�?a number petitions were presented for a constitutional amendment prohibiting the manufacture and Sale alcoholic liquors. At the close the morning hour . Logan took the to Dor and continued his argument against the Fitz John Porter Bill until two clock when he closed and . Sewell read the testimony in the Case in reply to . Logan s statements. . Hale then moved that the Bill be indefinitely postponed which was lost by a vote 28 nays to 20 yeas. Adjourned. . Hatch presented telegrams from the 8t. Louis mercantile Exchange asking for the immediate passage the Sherman Extension Bill referred. . Sherwin presented a memorial i rom Tho american social science association asking Congress to distribute Money among the several states for educational purposes referred. The House then went into committee the whole the army appropriation Bill. . Browne a amendment providing for the gradual abolition the corps the army was adopted. . Upson spoke in favor keeping up a Well disciplined army. He thought communistic and socialistic mutterings human Slaughter spoliation and out awry under the Guise labor strikes and encouraged by loud mouthed demagogues were unmistakable warnings interval danger to the peace and Good order the country. The consideration the Bill was practically concluded when the committee Rose and the House adjourned. Senate january 4.�?mr. Morrill from the committee finance reported the House Bill to reduce the internal Revenue taxation with an amendment embracing an entire revision the Tariff and the machinery for its collection. He said that so far As the internal Revenue taxation was concerned the committee Felt bound to report it As it was led t by the Senate whatever might have been their own views As to Tho amendment charging a rebate the tax tobacco. Ile gave notice that he would ask the Senate the 10th. To take up the Bill and consider it to the exclusion All other business until it should be disposed . . Edmunds reported a Bill providing for additional compensation to witnesses in Tho United states court and As it was necessary to compensate witnesses from beyond the Mississippi in the Star route cases to would ask for its consideration at an Early Day. . Walker from the committee Public lands reported a Bill to provide for the Sale hic Cherokee reservation in Arkansas and asked for its immediate consideration Laid Over. The West Point appropriation Bill was taken up and passed. . Sherman a bonded whisky Bill Carne up and was also passed yeas s3 nays 20. Adjourned. Rosecrans Hill authorizing the payment $2,127 to Thomas Worthington for furnishing water at Camp Dennison o., in 18 5 was passed. Tho army appropriation Bill was then taken up and passed. . Pend i Eton Scivil service Bill was discussed and passed by a vote 155 yeas to 47 nays. Adjourned. Senate january 5.�?petitions were presented asking the establishment a Light ship at Cape Hatteras n. C., and a constitutional amendment prohibiting the manufacture and Sale intoxicating liquors referred. . Ingalls also presented a petition for the admission Dakota ifs a state and remarked that in his opinion Tho opposition to such admission was wholly partisan and malignant. . Hale stated that he had objected to the admission that territory because the repudiation Yankton county had been sanctioned by the territorial legislature and that to thought it was neither fit nor fair that his action should be characterized As it had been by . Ingalls . Vest from the committee territories submitted a report in relation to Yellowstone Park and stated that he would Call it up at an Early Day. A Hill was then reported an passed for making a Survey to ascertain the practicability uniting Tho upper affluent Tho Missouri and Columbia Rivers by a canal. The presidential succession Bill came up As unfinished business and was discussed until adjournment. number private Bills were taken up and reported. The House then went into committee the whole the District Columbia appropriation Bill. The Bdl appropriates $5,443,847, iming $si,642 loss than estimates the Bill and substantially the game As the present Law. The committee Rose without coming to any conclusion and the House adjourned. Washington. Lieutenant Danenhower was re called before hic Jeannette Board inquiry the 2d and examined relative to the trouble Between de Long and Collins. Ile made a statement the difficulty substantially the same As heretofore published. When asked a if you had had your eyesight and were in command the party when you landed would you have remained thirty five Days at James a Elecko a while the natives and exiles were looking for your shipmates a he answered a i would have been forced to remain Twenty Days account the weather and state the party but would have gone with them sent some one with them if i had been unable to co. These two were sent As messengers to begun for clothing provisions and transportation. They were not looking for our shipmates.�?�. The coinage the United states mints during the past year amounted to nearly $05,-000,000, which $06,000,000 was Gold $28,-000,000 Silver and the remainder minor coins. The Senate confirmed the following nominations the 6 h at Drew w. Brazee United states attorney for the District Colorado Joel b. Erhardt United states marshal for the Southern District new York. The Secretary the Treasury transmitted to the House the 5th, the report the cattle commission the lung plague contagious pleuropneumonia. The commission reported that they had visited and consulted with collectors several ports with the View securing appropriate Sites and buildings As quarantining stations for imported cattle. After careful observation no less than sixty Sites offered the commission secured such places for the ports Portland Boston new York and Baltimore. There being a very Small importation to Philadelphia it Mas thou by unnecessary to secure a site there. The commission observes that it is vain to Hope that England will remove the clause in her Laws requiring that cattle must be slaughtered before exportation so Long As we fad to show that the last vestige the infection has been wiped out from our land. The yearly losses from lung plague in the United states Are estimated at $2,001, to $3,000,000, and the prospective yearly losses $.7>,000,000. The us required to stamp it Clit will be about $2,0<0,000. The commission among other measures recommends besides the quarantine at Sites ind rated that con Gross empower the Secretary the Treasury to order the instant destruction and proper disposal All infected cattle their detention under such rigid supervision As the commission shall prescribe. The report goes into details the disease and the effect its prevalence has upon exports Etc. The East. The Union steam Mill owned by Mead Mason so co., at Concord n. Ii was burned the 3d. Loss $30,000. The Connecticut legislature the 2d declared the so called a Black ballots valid votes and governor Waller and the other democratic officers elected were installed. Tii Ehe were 5,775 dead bodies taken from the morgue in new York City during the year 1882, an increase 170 Over the previous year. John b. Manning a wealthy Malster was nominated by tile democrats Buffalo for mayor that City to fill governor Cleveland a unexpired term. A terrible storm wind and Snow passed Over mount Washington n. Ii., the 4th, Hie wind blowing at the rate 144 Miles an hour. Time drought has been so severe in parts new Jersey that the factories were compelled to shut Down for Lack water. The Maine legislature in joint convention elected the following officers the 4th Joseph Smith Secretary state Harry b. Cleves attorney general George l. Beal adjutant general. Governor Roble was then inaugurated with the usual ceremonies and delivered an address local in character. B. F. By was inaugurated governor Massachusetts the 4th amid More enthusiasm than has attended the inauguration a governor in that state for a number years. There w As an immense crowd present. The governor was dressed in Lull uniform a major general and attended by his staff. The ceremonies were very impressive. In big inaugural address he presented his views upon free and equal suffrage at great length. He suggested that a nominal poll tax for state purposes be assessed As now the polls the citizens and then if any citizen choose to it by doing his duty As a citizen by voting let that act be a discharge and payment such tax. Regarding a free ballot and a fair count he said a Why not provide that All votes shall be enclosed in self sealing envelopes the same size Quality and color to be furnished by the state then the six and complexion the ballot would be he also suggested that a Law be passed allowing women to vote under the same regulations As men in municipal elections which Law shall take effect when it shall be accepted by a majority the women voting at the same general election a provision to he made obviating tile objection women May have to go into Ward rooms and i voting places for the purpose exercising the right suffrage. At a special meeting the direct ors the new York Chicago amp St. Louis Nickel Blate Railroad at new York the 5th, the following directors we Ere elected for Hie Unsung year j. Ii. Devereux Cornelius Vanderbilt w. K. Vanderbilt ii. Mck. Twombley . Whitney s. Burke Augustus Schell Anson Stager g. Mcgee j. Ii. Wade Charles Hickox James till in Ghast and i. W. Caldwell. H. Devereux was elected president t he Board. The wife and two children Thomas Johnson living at the foot Laurel Hui in Westmoreland c Lunev pa., were buried in a land slide the 3d and suffocated Todeal a. The rolling Mills Morrison Colwell so Page knitting Mills Brien it Powers and the Pilot Mills Patrick Gugerty at Cohoes n. Y., were destroyed by fire the 5th. Loss $ 500,000 insured for about two thirds that amount. The business failures throughout the whole country for Hie week ending the 5th numbered 224, distributed As follows Eastern states 24 Western 72 Middle 38 Sochi Ern 43 Pacific 15 new York City 17 Canada 16. Compared with the previous week this shows an increase thirty one but this number is doubtless swollen by the numerous Small assignments made at the close the year though Hie parties had virtually failed Long before. West and South. To ninth convicts the North Carolina Penitentiary mostly coloured were drowned in the Turka Cegee the 30th ult., by the sinking a Fla boat in which they were crossing the River. They were engaged in driving tin Cowee Tunnel the Western Railroad and were crossing to their work w Hen one the men discovered that the Flat had sprung a leak and he gave the alarm which caused a panic. The men All rushed to one end the Flat and it immediately sunk. The Turka Cegee at the Point where they were crossing is Swift and deep with rapids just below. The men Clung together in knots those w to could not swim holding to those who could. Orne were carried into the rapids and drowned. A disastrous conflagration occurred a so Joseph mo., the morning the 3d. The fire began in the unused Grain elevator the Hannibal amp St. Joseph Railroad and spread rapidly destroying the old passenger depot the Hannibal it St. Joseph Railroad two Box cars several Flat cars loaded with lumber and a number Small Frame houses. The elevator originally Cost $100,000. A dispatch from Salt i Ake City the 4th says that Mcconkey treasurer White Pine comity Nevada had been murdered and the Treasury robbed a considerable sum Money. The Tennessee legislature the 4th, adopted a Resolution suspending the payment the january interest the states debt. The boiler in the sewer pipe works my Milson a Porte at Black horse Landing Quot . Va., exploded the morning the 4th, wrecking the works and killing Tho Engineer. John Isbills and seriously injuring two others. Rev. John Smith one the Pioneer methodist preachers Indiana died at Indianapolis the 4th. He was a member the first Indiana conference. P. Quattlebaum Engineer in charge the United states government works at Chattahoochee River died at Columbus ga., the 4th. The boiler in tile Box Factor the Peninsular manufacturing company at North Muskegon Mich., exploded outline 4th, killing four men and seriously injuring several others. Low water the cause. A boiler in Hoffman so sellmans steam flour Mill at Fillmore Center Mich., exploded the 4th, killing four persons Aud injuring two others. The boiler was thrown 300 feet. St. Mary a episcopal school a school for Young ladies at Knoxville 111., was burned Early the morning the 4th. Most the one Hundred scholars were asleep when the flames were discovered and had barely time to escape when the alarm was Given leaving their wardrobes Aud property behind. Many escaped by ladders. Miss Gillette Buffalo 111., broke a leg miss Hosford Dubuque was seriously injured by falling from a ladder Aud e. A. Feightling a fell and was injured. No others were injured and no loss life occurred though at one time it seemed inevitable. The building was imposing the vestry Brick and handsomely furnished. The loss building is about $50,000, which was fully insured. A Large meteor r. Sem bling the electric Light Iii brilliancy and color was visible at Chicago the evening the by lighting the entire heavens shot from a Point forty five degree Boyc hit horizon in the Southeast downward and Westward being extinguished suddenly in the Sou la Cost about leu degrees above the horizon. A dark red Light remained Lithe Iky at Hie Point c f starting several m moves afterwards. This Light at first Elon gated in the direction taken by the meteor gradually fading to no irregular rounded form. The meteor was also visible at Elkhart id. West Bend wis., and other Points. Four unknown masked men entered the farm House j. E. Arnold at Downers Grove 111., the evening the 4th, and hound and gagged the four inmates. They than took $1,200 which w As in the House and going to the barn took four . Arnold a horses and Rode away. The Large freight and depot buildings the Norfolk amp Western Railroad at Zuni station va., were burned the 5th. Joseph Revere the oldest Man in Ohio died in Hie infirmary at Bavaria that state the 4th, aged nearly 103 years. He was French Indian parentage and witnessed the death Tecumseh in the War 1812. He was a resident for a Long time Pittsburgh where he kept a Barber shop and bakery. He was a famous athlete in his younger Days and could throw any Man at a wrestle in that City. He removed to Ohio in 1850. An earthquake Shock was distinctly Felt at Lorain Ohio about five clock the morning the 5th. Rile Shock was sufficient to 3hake every building in the town and lasted about fifteen seconds. It a accompanied by alow rumbling sound. Joseph Sanville and miss Roullier while crossing the River at two Rivers wis., the 4th, broke through the ice and were drowned. They were to have been married in a few Days. The Cap and fur store and a number dwellings at Davenport Iowa were burned the 5th. Loss$50,000 fully insured. The planing Mill Hudson Brothers the furniture factory Smith so dating the planing Mill Hartzell so Hartman the South rend pump company the Bissell plow company and Sibley so Ware machine shops at South Bend ind., were destroyed by fire the 5th. Loss about $80,000 insured for about $25,000. Charles Gassage a Pioneer dry goofs merchant Chicago died in that City the 5th. The flour in til I. Ander Carroll so co., at Baltimore md., was burned the5th. Loss $25,000 insured for $12,000. Foreign intelligence. The autopsy the remains Gambetta shows that death was the result Petit Phi Lite Pesi Colite. Any surgical operations would have been dangerous and unjustifiable. No lesion was discovered in any Organ except in the intestines. Viscount Enfield resigned the under Secretary ship for India the 2d. The King Spain opened the Cortes the 3d. He announced that negotiations were pending with England recognizing the limits portuguese territory in Africa. John Sheridan an sex suspect was found murdered near Ballina orc Ireland the 3d. He had recently been evicted. Two arrests Susie were made. Delance found guilty conspiracy at Dublin the 2d, to murder judge Lawson was sentenced to ten years penal servitude. The River Rhine had reached a height 5.76 meters at Ronstadt and the houses were nearly to the roofs. Seventy houses at bad Nheim had been undermined by the floods and fallen and at Revheim Marsh Ando 240 More a l fallen from the same cause. In Friesen Heirn the scenes beg Gared description. Private dispatches from St. Petersburgh the 4h state that the Czar the 1st found in his bedroom letters from the revolutionary committee demanding the commencement the promised reforms and adding that the committee possessed the Power to forcibly obtain concessions. The pall mall Gazette the 4th publishes under Reserve a Rumor that the German Resi a lits in London have received notice from the military authorities to hold themselves Iii read ill is to repair to Germany to fulfil their terms military service. An Athens dispatch the 4th states that the Frontier committee have concluded their labors and their decisions will be favourable to Greece All Points. Gambetta a brain weighed 1,10. Grammes. Fully fifteen thousand persons visited the palais Bourbon the 5th, a he re the body was lying in state to View Hie remains. General Chanov a Well known French general and life senator died suddenly at Paris the 5th. The municipal Bank Sapa Jok Russia failed the 4th. The liabilities will probably reach some millions roubles. The assets exclusive the furniture amount to Only Twenty nine roubles. The a Orth iceman Gazette reproduced a a he 4th, with approving comments the remarks the Moscow Gazette that neither Germany nor russians Side is there any reason for a conflict even in the future. Necrology 1882. Later new. Marshal f. Polk state treasurer Tennessee is a defaulter to the amount $400,000. There was a fund $600,000 in his hands to interest certain funded Bonds and the land holders expected to get the interest hut it developed that at least $400,000 if the Money is missing. . Is believed that the Money was used to speculate with lie was arrested at san Antonio Texas. The standing committee Hie episcopal churches Hie Springfield 111., diocese unanimously refused to give consent the 7th, to the consecration Rev. Hugh Miller Thompson new Orleans lately elected Bishop the diocese Mississippi. A Bill was introduced in the Missouri state Senate the 6th to tax the Gross earnings railroads at the same rate As other personal property. The United states Steamer Alaska has been ordered to proceed to Honolulu Sandwich islands to be there at the time King Kalakaua a Coronation. Tile Lackawanna now there will remain at the station. The other Powers will also Send War vessels to Honolulu nominally As a Courtesy but really to protect the lives and property foreign citizens should a revolution break out which is deemed by some to be possible. The Tannery Lite Wisconsin hide and leather company Milwaukee was partially burned the 7th. Fully insured. Edmond haul an old Pioneer Columbus Ohio died at that City the 7th, aged ninety years. A serious affray took place Between the native and european police at Alexandria the 6th, in which several were Rifle i and a number wounded. No cause is assigned for the quarrel hut it is reported that a feeling jealousy has sprung up Between the two nationalities in the ranks. In the. Senate the 8th . Slater presented a memorial the Astoria Board Trade Tor ail appropriation to improve Columbia River. Petitions were also presented by . Blair and . Cameron wis., for a constitutional amendment prohibiting the Sale intoxicating liquor. The Bill relating to the exportation tobacco snuff and cigars in Boud free tax to adjacent foreign countries was d. The investigation claims against Tho government was taken up and after some discussion set aside and the consideration the presidential succession Bill resumed. Adjourned till the 8th in the House the speaker Laid before that body a recommendation to the naval advisory Board asking for the appropriation $36 j he for the testing defective Armor referred. Also a message from the president transmitting a from the superintendent the census asking for an appropriation $100,000to Complete the tenth census referred. . White ky., offered a Resolution reciting Large quantities distilled spirits now in bonded warehouses owned by Illinois capitalists who petitioned for another Extension the bonded period calling the commissioner internal Revenue for information As to the number Gallons now in warehouses in t hat state and inquiring whether not die presence a commissioner is required at this time in Illinois preparatory to tin collection taxes Large quantities distilled spirits which under the Carlisle Bill a been allowed to remain in Bond three years at a loss to Tho Revenue Many millions Jot to a ars referred. The a shipping Bill was taken up for consideration and discussed until a late hour when it was Laid Over Aud Tbs House to United until the 3r. The following list contains the names some those among the More eminent in Tho different callings specified who passed away in the United states during the year 1883 political world. David p. Nichols state treasurer Connecticut Edwin w. Stoughton sex ignited states minister to Russia Alexander in Bullocks sex Goy nor Massachusetts Ensign in Kellogg american representative the fisheries commission. Pittsfield mass. Rev. Henry Highland Garnet United states minister to Liberia general Stephen a. Hurl but minister to Peru Thomas Allan member Congress from Missouri Horace Maynard sex Post master a be r a i Knoxville Tenn. Sex governor . Washburn Wisconsin William Dennison sex govenor Ohio la. M. A. Hawk member Congress for Illinois Ichabod Goodwin War governor new Hampshire Juan b. Alvarado sex govenor California George p. Marsh United states minister to Italy Benjamin Harvey Hill United states senator Atlanta a Isaac Murphy first Union governor Arkansas after the War . James Adair founder the Greenback party Mendota Iii. John d. Defrees sex Piil l e Printer Berkely Springs a a. E. A Straw. Sex govenor new Hampshire James f. Robinson sex govenor Kentucky Josiah Quincy sr., sex mayor Boston mass. Sex governor Villiard i. Hall Missouri Toni flow Weed new York Andrew s. Herron congressman elect Lou Siana j. T. Up Degraff. Congressman elect Ohio Robert Ould ass stunt Secretary War the confederacy Godlove s. Orth member Congress Arnm Indiana sex governor Benjamin g. Ii Umphreys. Mississippi. Sex members Congress. Edward Joy Morris Pennsy Jania Clay Alabama Tanner new York Clark son x. Potter new York Edmund Burke new Hampshire general Elijah Ward new York s. A. L Arviance. Pennsylvania Martin f. Conway Kansas William ii. Mac Lay. New York Milton s. Latham California in w Harrington Indiana John d. Pierce Michigan j. Dodds Ohio Samuel Fessenden Maine Horace Maynard Tennessee Charles s. Benton Wisconsin Washburn Wisconsin m. A. Ottero new Mexico Albert g. Burr Illinois Stephen Coburn i inc George p. Marsh Vermont Artemus Hale. Massachusetts George k. Bemus Maryland Emil Luscre Louisiana n. F. S. Littlefield Maine Fernando Beaman m Chi Gaii John Hanna id Ana Willard p. Hall Missouri Lewis Campbell Ohio I. Snyder Arkansas Robert a. Barnwell 8outh Caro Lina Henry Murphy. New York Orvilla Robinson new y Ork n. Ii. Vorhes Ohio. Army. General Silas Casey major Charles a. Webb Captain s. P. Ferris. General Walter Gwynn oldest graduate West Point major John h. I rant surgeon major l. Lotain professor at West Point Captain Thomas la. French Captain Eugene b. Gibbs colonel George w. Colonel Richard Arnold. General Daniel Tyler general George Thomas general Sidney Burbank lieutenant colonel Schofield. Navy. Rear Admiral James h. Spotts Benjamin fran Kiln Delano sex United states naval constructor real1-Admiral John Rodgers commander Terry rear Admiral David s. My Douvall Rea Admiral John Beaumont rear Admiral Hugh y. Purviance rear Admiral cd tries la. Poor Commodore Henry , Admiral Strong rear Admiral Robert ii. Wyman rear Admiral Janus f. Schenek. Law. John p. Healy corporation counsel Boston Vass judge John Putnam supreme court Massachusetts George w. Brooks United states judge East District North Carolina John Pierrepont Hief Justice supremo con it Vermont Richard if. Dana jr., Jurist and author Boston. Mass. Theophilus Parsons sex professor Law in Harvard Collie judge Ezra Wilkinson Superior court Massachusetts judge Charles Fox oldest member Tho Cincinnati bar s. A. Purviance sex attorney general Pennsylvania i associate judge Leas Pennsylvania judge Charles b. Mason Burlington Iowa sex judge Benjamin s. Benkley Williamsburg a. Jonathan ii Cobb Boston James Patten judge the supreme court appeals Wheeling w. A. Elisha r. Potter supreme court Rhode Island judge Tompkins Westervelt Staten Island n. Judge j. Knapp Keota it Ilia. Iowa Martin Bijur Louisville by. Lunge James Carpenter. Garrett ind. United states District judge. W. Hill yer Nevada Thomas e. Cochran Pennsylvania Joseph Muller sex judge supreme court Saratoga n. H. Newcomb commissioner supreme court Indiana Charles e. Glidden judge court common pleas Ohio Richard Dyer assistant United states District attorney Cincinnati It. B. Mcpherson Tuscola Iii. General George in Chapman Indianapolis. Ind. Wilson Mccandless Pittsburgh a Richard j. Bittings. Baltimore my judge William m. Levy supreme Curt Louisiana judge Williams it h by. New York judge Samuel b. Thomas Illinois judge James Rayburn Bloomington 111 j. 1. Templin Iowa City Iowa judge Richard L. Moncure president Virginia supreme court appeals judge in. Melendy Hillsdale Mich judge James in Graham Carlisle a judges. F. Taylor Sandusky Judge Edward Hammond Baltimore my judge Harrison Conner Jan Seville wis. Philip b. Swing United states District judge Batavia Judge Juans l. Caldwell Shelbyville by. Theology. . John Cotton Smith Episcopalian new York Rev. John Seely Stone 1. a professor theology in Tho theological school Cambridge mass. Rev. Enoch Pond. President Bangor me theological Seminary Rev. Dry Henry w. Bellows unitarian new York Rev. Simeon Parmalee. I congregational Oswego n. Y Bishop William m. Wig Man m. E. Church South it Harleston s. A Bishop Patrick n. Lynch Catholic Charleston s. Rev. T. Bluntly Baptist. Baltimore my. Rev. Charles Wadsworth d. D., Washington d. Rabbi m. I Benthal Cincinnati Rev. W. Weakley 1. I episcopal mount Washington i Rev. Prof. Bullions presbyterian Waukesha wis. Rev. Slots Vansantvoord reformed Church Albany n. Rev. James Craik Episcopalian Louisville by. Rev. John Poisal methodist Baltimore my. Bishop Levi Scott. M. E. Church Wilmington Del elder Joseph k. Rodgers. President Christian female College Columbia to. Rev. George w. Musgove presbyterian Philadelphia a. Rev. A. To Gillette d. D., Baptist new York father Leander Streber i so lie by. Rev. Chandler Robbins d. I unitarian Boston mass. Rev. Henry i Vader rabbi. San Francisco Cal. Rev. Thomas guard methodist Baltimore my. Rev. Robert senior Bishop m. E Church South Aberdeen. Miss Rev. . Alexander g. Mercer up co Aal an Newport. R. I. Rev. L. I. Mater until run bait m ire my. Re Jacob m. Maim no p Stor old South Church Boston. re. Theophilus author Law and religious works. Boston mass. Henry w. Longfellow poet. Cambridge Mas. Ralph Waldo Emerson philosopher and essayist. Concord mass Rev. Henry Giles a say Island lecturer. Boston mass x. A. Willard agricultural writer. Little. Falls. N. A George j. A. Caul son novelist Paterson. N. Henry James sr., essayist Boston Moss. Journalism. General f. A. Jones Macon City to her Ahi Delano a. Goddard editor Boston mass. Adi Frt ser John h. Chamberlain Richmond a state Paul in Keavy Bangor to w7iiy Samuel is. Cox Boston Charles Hale sex editor the advertiser Boston mass. B. . Stenhouse san Francisco correspondent new y Ork Herald John . Defrees editor Miami Union colonel William t. Thompson editor Savannah a morning news a w. Early Johnstown a Trionne Enoch Emery Peoria 111. Transcript William it. Ellis sex editor Lafayette ind courier Jill us Schultz Kcal Latt. Austin Tex. George Coza d. Wheeling w. A Register David Mccaleb Galveston Tex news in l. Bloodgood Sandwich 111. Free press . W. Christian Alabama Christian advocate Alexander Jorges Freie Presse Cincinnati Frank Queen Clipper. New y Ork ii. W. Garland Catholic Terry Cincinnati Fred Rick Maccrellish a to California san Francisco. Cal. W. Simonton sex agent associated pres Napa. Cal. Major d. Simpson Madison id Star cd j. Goldrich hark / Mountain Hera a Denver col. N. Whiting new y Ork evening pas1 Charles n. Hodges Waupaca wig Herald Joseph Weber Northern advocate Claremont. N. Ii. A Sinh a. Noonan Wauwatosa Yvis. Martin Blum i ids her amm Kaner Dubuque la. Josiah King commercial Gazette Pittsburgh a. Centenarians. Samuel Bickley Flint Mich., 109 James Isom Richmond ky., 102 in Etc Markins Little Rock ark., ill Mary Lydens Louis mo., 103 Judy Powell Pittsburgh pa., 113 Margaret Martin new York 106 . For team Shelby Mich., too Abigail Alden Bridgeport mass. 102 Winifred la. Lady Chicago 108 Catharine Mannion Baltimore md., 106 mourning Ranney St. Louis. 115 Bernard Duffy. Buffalo too mrs. Lucy Pickett Saugatuck Mich Llu it John Springer Marietta o., 108 Matthew Robinson. Lafayette ind., 108 mrs. Win. Bearing Perry county Alabama it Adam Hedgcoxe. Mckinney Tex., 120 Isaac Newsbaum Wabash ind. 107 Louisa Andrews coloured a. Chicago 111., 103 Abigail Hull to insole a county. Indiana too mrs. Maria Appleby Norristown n. J., 101. A German piano maker Cane to this country to see How the Superior tone the instruments was achieved in this country and went to work in a piano factory in new York As a Journeyman in order to steal the secret. This c Ime to the ears the new York piano make a and they have gone through the list their newly employed German workmen and discharge i several in Ler to be sure that the i trader was ousted. And yet the anxious manuf tuers Are not sure but that he is still at work in some one the shops in spite their precaution a a. Sun. A the enormous sum $202,0 i0,000 is hires de in the submarine cables the world us pose to aggregate 64,000 mites in length. Lieutenant de Long a Deport. Washington december 29. Lieutenant de Long a report found bes Dot his dead Boly has been made Public. It makes 90,000 words and details the incidents tin cruise from the departure from san Francisco in 1879, to january 1881. It principal feature is an elaborate amount do Long a views in regard to the expedition. He considered it Good judgment to h a i for Wrangell land. His idea was to a dept that land As the support the first Winters Campaign hoem a Wiles the Story How the land was sighted and Hov he expected to reach it. Hegr Phi ally d scribed How Tho next Day the Jeannette in Biset in the ice never again it to be relieved w d says a the party was compelled to make a virtue necessity arid stay Yvore we were. Sometimes All night and sometimes All Day a night from january 19 to february 4, Swee Anan and n inter in an stood Down in the fore Peak the icy water flowing around them nearly to their Knees working faithfully until their work was accomplished and the Good remits that work were evident in the gradually reduced amount water coming into the ship and our ability to control the leak without such ruinous expenditure fuel As had been necessary theretofore. It is for these reasons that i hive had the Honor to recommend these two men to you for medals Honor As a r cognition heroic conduct under the most trying Captain de Long a record the remainder the Winter and summer 1880 is for the most part a monotonous record storms ice mountains constant anxiety and almost unbroken disappointment. As the Short Arctic summer Drew to a close without setting the Jeannette free and another dreary Winter approached Captain de Long evidently began to revolve in his mind the question whether it would not be better to abandon the ship and make fir the Northern coast Siberia Over the ice than to run the risk a second Winter in the p Lek. Under late september 20, 1880, he says a a i dislike naturally to dwell the i u a the abandonment the ship. We h pc come through so much it gives inc Hope j surviving More. Solo g As enough the ship remains to shelter us sucking by that fragment is preferable to camping the ice and i can conceive no greater a forlorn Hope than an at tempt to reach Siberia say 2t0 Miles i Tant Over the i e that surrounds us and with a Winters col i sapping ones i feat Ever step. Ourse. If we were to lose our ship we would make an Effort to get there but our chances Success would be extremely the last entry in the record i dated december 31, Iso and is As follows a minstrels Are ringing in the new year in latitude 73 degrees 48 minutes North. Longitude 177 degrees 32 minutes East. During the last sixteen months we have drifted 1.330 Miles far enough if it had been in a straight line to carry us to and beyond the pole but we Are yet Only 230 Mieg Northwest where we were first beset. We have suffered injury and danger has often confronted us. We have been squeezed and jammed tossed and tumbled. We have pumped a Leaky ship for a year but we Are not yet daunted and Are As ready to dare everything As we Ever were. And we face the new year firmly hoping to do something worthy ourselves Bennett a Enterprise and the Flag above in less than ten months after these Worls were written the Jeannette was at the Bottom Tho Arctic Ocean and de Long Lay dead in the Luna Delta. Suicides in 1882. The for lowing is a Litof the suicides committed in the United 8 Tatos during 1882 and their causes the list Only including those a which have been sent by Telegraph to the try nine depression117 business losses. 26 liquor. 59 insanity.132 Domestic i Felicity. 79 ill health. 45 disappointment in love. 47 shame.56 unknown.173 total7.34 total in 1s81605 the increase this year Over last is principally to be found among the insane the sick and unknown causes. The insane this year number 133, As against 9 last year the hopelessly sick 45, to 28 and unknown cases 173, to 136. The prominent character Many those who have committed suicide is startling. In the list Are Samu d s. Ward a leading citizen port Huron Mich. William h. Locke postmaster at Eufala Ala. Justus Koehler foreign insurance agent in new York father Farrell priest at Peoria 111. Ambrose a Chiri Cotton broker. New York Joseph w. Curtis a prominent citizen Milwaukee August Ash United states marshal Nevada e. Urn a loading citizen Cincinnati n. Gardner. Treasurer the Baptist Church Plainfield n. Richard s. Fay merchant Boston Josiah s. Pennington Stock broker Baltimore James Tremaine broker Boston Cornelius j. Vanderbilt new York Herman Monk prominent merchant Louisville William j. Laud state chemist Georgia Edward ii. Green broker. Philadelphia Rev. Joseph Bartlett congregational Clergyman Portland to. Archbishop Nestor the russian Church. San Francisco W. Wetton auditor the f it Dodge amp Des Moines Railroad Rev. L Denton superintendent Public instruction in Arkansas colonel Fielding Lowry sex Posti Naster Dayton James f. Atkinson editor t he mini by news Florence wis. Lieutenant colonel Schofield u. S. A. James a. Wilson treasurer de Witt county Illinois and Byron Kimball Stock broker Boston Tribune. Facts and figures. Just like a novel. A Long Branch letter says a member the official corps the Ocean hotel was last season the hero quite an interesting Romance. The Young fellow completely captivated a Beautiful girl from the Interior the state new York. Her parents were very wealthy and were spending the season at the Ocean. The clerk was tolerated by the Mamma Aud allowed to escort the daughter the Avenue and promenades and he made himself very agreeable in various other ways. Finally toward the close the season the parents returned Home leaving the interesting laughter to Tarry a week two longer at the Seaside As she seemed to enjoy it so much. They had not been Home Long before they received a message stat no that the Lovely Maiden had left the hotel and that the Nice Young clerk had suddenly disappeared Al it out the same time. course the solicitous parents were thunderstruck at the revelation and detectives were immediately employed to discover if possible the whereabouts the Loving couple. After a Day two suspense a letter was received from the daughter stating that she had married the clerk and that they were then sojourning at the Home his parents in an Interior new Hampshire town. Then letters forgiveness followed from the parents,.As they do in the novels and the Loving couple paid Tho old folks a visit when a final reconciliation followed. The sex clerk was Given a position in his father in Laws business and soon ingratiate himself into Tho old gentleman a esteem and favor. After a lapse a few Short months the enterprising youth was left a Small Fortune by the death a female relative his family and at last accounts the Young Man and his Bride were the favourites a Large Circle friends. An expert shot. Ellsworth Bierbower is remarkably skillful with a Rifle. One his latest shots is described As follows a piece half Inch pipe was inserted through a heavy p Ece Iron As a base. At one end the pipe he Al ipod the Blade a Hatchet so that the Sharp Edge rested against the pipe. either Side the Hatchet he Hung a Glass Ball. Standing off at a distance forty feet he fired with a Winchester repeating Rifle at the exposed end the pipe through which the Bullet passed and was split to e hat bet Edge. Each half breaking the Glass Ball Eliher Side the Hatchet. Having done this remarkable shot to his satisfaction in the Ordinary off Haud Way he tried it in a different manner. Holding the gun Over his shoulder to sighted through a Small Mirror he held in h s left hand and fired with his Back to the object. Again did the Ball pass through the pipe split the Hatchet Edge and break both balls. Still another Way was tried. Bending Over he held the Rifle Down and sighted under his leg again making the shot Harrisburg a Telegraph. A rare operation in surgical science known As i3 the removal a kidney. But nine such have Ever been performed in this country and but seventy five in the entire world. Recently the operation was again performed and by a san Francisco surgeon. It proved successful the patient a Young woman having recovered n. Times. A Drunken Darky who had fallen into a Eattle guard a railway track near Kansas City was passed Over by the entire train and w 6 not h the least i Turbesi. A South carolinians say Tho crops their state this year Are Worth $8,000,-000 More than last years. A one 8 Essel was lost at sea every four hours during 1881, according to Tho English nautical Gazette. In 1879-80 there were 400 Steamboat collisions in the North Atlantic Ocean. A the summing up by a a temporary is that a the decline in the number sheep from 1867 to 180, in Ohio Michigan Pennsylvania new York Indiana Illinois Wisconsin and Iowa amounts to 15,315,819. A Switzerland has 1,237 Cotton Mills employing 55,754 persons. There Are 182 silk factories employing 17,394 persons 45 Woolen factories with 2,447 hands and 7 Linen works with 678 hands. A the number women voters registered in Boston has steadily decreased every year since the passage the Law there being now Only 567, against 748 in 1881, 772 in 1880. And 989 in 1879. Their names Are printed in one the City papers this vast. A the Massachusetts society for the promotion agriculture awarded prizes during the years named for remarkable one acre potato crops in Massachusetts As follows 1817, 402 bushels 1818, 498 bushels 1819, 535 bushels 1820, 670 bushels 1821. 5511 bushels 1822, 547 bushels 1823, 6881 bushels. A the City government new York is an expensive thing. There Are 5,981 persons in the service the corporation who receive salaries amounting to $7,511,013.71, not including 3,151 persons employed by the Board education with salaries aggregating $2,718,-257.92, and a Host Day labourers and temporary . Mail. accounts from California notice the great incr a e in the size Tho vineyards there. A Plantation 200 acres used to be considered a Large Vineyard now vineyards 500 Aud 600 acres Are not uncommon and one 1,500 acres was recently planted near los Angeles. It is expected that Iii three years so California will possess vineyards 5,000 6,000 acres in extent. The total number acres at present devoted to Vine culture is estimated at about 100,000, All which will be bearing in about four years1 time and producing about forty fifty million Gallons annually. A . Woodland writes to the lancet that having had his attention directed to several cases great irritation the feet i nil legs causing Small pustules to arise and the skin to subsequently exfoliate. And suspicion being fastened upon red stockings which the patients wore he carefully Analysed them. He found a tin Salt which is used As a mordant in fixing the Dye he succeeded in obtaining As much As 22.3 grains this Metal in the form the dioxide and As each time the articles Are washed the tin Salt is rendered More easily soluble the acid excretions from the feet attack the tin oxide thus forming an irritating fluid. A the record Montana for 1882 will show an increase some 250 Miles Railroad an increase 15,000 permanent residents and the establishment peace among the red men. The Bullion product will aggregate >8,, in value while 50,00 it head cattle and 3,000,000 pounds Wool will be marketed. The harvests have been abundant and prices better than forbears and some 50,000 acres have been added to the cultivate i area. Nearly 100,000 head cattle and 150, head sheep have been put upon the vast Stock ranges in addition to the regular increase from herds formerly there and Over and above these evidences Prosperity is the prediction a geologist that Montana will one Day be the greatest Coal producing state in the Union. Wit and Wisdom. A it is a sinecure which most us Are artery c., a place Iii which there is nothing to do and Large for doing . V. Herald. A a fashion journal says that cloaks lined with Ostrich feathers Are now in St de. Men who can for these cloaks Are always in style. A people As a Rule Are not wilful fault finder. They appear so simply because their objective vision is More acute than their subjective perception. A this is the difference Between the in Ucli talked speculation Iii clout a hone and a game whist one is a Corner in rubber an the other is a rubber in a Coiner. A communities do Best when left to run their own course follow their Avn fashions be governed according to their own Laws work out the Cir own Dost ides. A pall mall Gazette. A a new invention enables a Teleg Raph operator to Send 2,200 words a minute but if the old lady has made up Errn lid to come ten minutes who Legra Phing wont Stop h rec press. A the Wheeling Register assures us that a there is no valid reason Why a Man should not live a Hundred True enough. It is the invalid reasons which reduce the average Lowell courier. A Jean wakening Tam at the dead night a ooh div be feel the smell the Are be Shure be pit it out a Tam a Shure Winn Man i wonder to hear be talking. His i no got a big Blister my Toomb a a Glasgow Bailee. A �?~sary1 s�?T1 Lam ent. A a usary Simpson who a that old Sun is he sary your dear father a a no indeed my dear Mulier he a my lover�?more�?T8 the both1 a not my sire but my a Louisville courier journal. A Spilk is brought Home from a grocer s some Swiss cheese which is full holes. He partook it very liberally b it when he complained a few Days afterwards a feeling emptiness Little Johnny spoke up and said a i know what makes you feel empty a. It is them holes in the cheese you ate the other Day. A a fashion writer says a Queen Victoria still wears the same fashion hoop skirt that was in Ogue Twenty years it suits her and she has a right to we a it. She is a Queen and Rich and can afford to Wear any old tiling that pleases her. Only the poor and Veak minded Are slaves to fashion. A Indianapolis journal. A Twenty six years ago according to the pee Dee Herald it rained so hard that a pot eighteen inches deep was filled and ran Over Between sunday night and monday morning and a string Perch was found hanging to it canoes were paddled up and Clown Hill the country highways the sheep and hogs were caught in to e Forks the roads the fish were stuck Bamboo Briars an empty barrel was tilled by t a rain at the Bunghole even though the Spiggett was out All the while and the bark the East Side All the Pine Trees was washed off

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