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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1885, Cambridge, Ohio Published mar Tbs boat a Cambridge a Erisey co Olla Mahaffey amp Ogier editors and proprietors. Terms it Golf t one be my a payable at any time a nth Alloy paper discontinued skin he sweat 1 a a a up a a a a business Cak is. 2. Attorneys. Tic. W. Mathews. W. 8. Heade. Mathews amp Heade attorn hts at Law in Hutchison Block Cambridge. Ohio. Notary Public in office. Ronyl5�?T85-tf. The Herald office is supplied with a new and Complete outfit the latest styles Job material and is prepared to execute All kind Job work the shortest possible notice. Vol. Xvii. A. A. Comic i e it k in and notary Public i t Lull i in Ohio office in Davis Block. Dec 17834f same a c. Luck Ock Law Cambridge Guernsey co., Ohio thursday june 25, 1885. Number 3. Advertisers will id in columns the Hest medium la the county for reaching1 the attention the Byrtis a last people and at the lowest a lying rat Etc terms advertising and Job prices can has a enabled and samples Al work furnished am livery stables. S. S. Caun is first class livery am feed stable no. 6 Pine strict near main rnar2�?Ts2-tf Calm Bridge News the week. Gathered from All quarters. Busi tips its in All Tho courts the 8ta to will Ron i Quot it Al i out Ion. Ollie Iii t in Grav Ltd tiding Alain a Root , Obi a iiov3q�?T82-tf v. O. Chair allo a Ems a. Nolan Public Washington Guernsey cd duty. Ohio. Business entrusted to him will to Civ. Prompt attention. C Ai. Ii. Taylor. A. T. Is a Tayloe amp Scott a tto i x k is at la a. Cam Hiu Oge Ohio. F Ivy lice in to now Taylor Block. Al to Btl physicians and surgeons. L. C. Wells m. A Honi Popa this. O Isicc second floor. Taylor , main St Reet. All Calls attended Day night. _ nor a to j. C. Warne svs. D., ii s is a it a it it a Amith 11k> a a a Ohio. Office Over Wall s drugstore. Apl1>�?T4�mf we. I. Ramsey m. a phys Iasi and surgeon formerly House burgeon Providence to pita i. And one the attending pet Ioni a National medical dispensary Washington i it in ii. Lily its Marble and Granite works i Almasri Kiili is Keeps hand a Fine lot the celebrated red and Iray scotch Granite monuments at Tho Low est prices italian and pm Ocean Marble Monu it in fun i i1 Quot 1 de Aud Quality. Marble and mate mantles. Mar2-tf Lam debt Thomas. F. Haucke jkffeuie3. Lambert themas amp co., Rodeo and wf0l Fli Khissia Munts. I to North water St and i3n. To Larves in i i Lead kill l i i a a. Mars e. Alk la in i c 5 shoes West main St., Cambridge 0. Cheaper than any other store in Stock list it the Best. It will profit jul. To cat i. _ Apiu a Al j Olin mom manufacturer wagons buggies Etc blacksmithing a id All kinds repairing neatly and prompt executed. All work War ii no first Clas it. Shop one Square East a it y eau. Or Steubenville set get. Jarl 1-811 boots amp shoes made to order by William Ogier. It re St s do Public Square in David a it i 4,<�?Tu<1 work and terms very reason help office in Hutchinson Block main Street. Allt amp my Cam i ii i i i it it i Kouk. Dru j Gist. Is proprietor pity drug store opposite Eale hotel am Inilda. O pcs Sci tlt�?Tsf2 Cowf flav for evil a a a Tojo g Kwi a a aus i cigars Porfir. By soaps Feather dusters Miao i aint. Blue grass candid iou powder Tor horses and cattle kept Iii Stock Andi at reasonable terms. Nryl7�?Ts.j-tf tilt cd Tiv join keeps constantly hand a Largo Aud Good Stock harness unit leather. Kip. In a a Alf akin.,a1, so. C f. Nil to Bat huh Are sold at prices. Cash uni i for hides a rid Burk. Gnu. I. I end it up Jii tilt a . A a Cumberland t. Hotels. For working people. Send cents postage an i we will a you Fie a a Royal valuable Sam. Put a Box goods that will put you a the Way making More Money in a few Days than you Cdr thought possible at any ?.rf�?~ sip Tui a Quot to a quire. You eau at Home and work in spare time Only All the a both sexes ail Agos e. Vol to such Soutul fit by Eon to to $5 easily earned every evening that and who want i a Quot a Utin we Quot Bike this in. A a a Ltd a . Ioalla who arc not Well at i fied we will Send >1 i for the trouble1 writing tis. I Ull part cellars directions Ell sent tree. Immense j a absolutely sure for All who Start at once. Don t delay. Address Stinson amp co., Portland. Maine. Del it Liv Duy the Gothe Simer the. Sold Only easy payments Over five Mil lion in u8e. It Olliee one door West cry a dime store. A Needles oils anti attachment Tor All machines. Fob 15-tf h. Ii. \ kit it agent ii a Tel hotel opposite court House Conil i re Ohio Joseph Morton proprietor. Losuonf883 Eticy a it tool Quot. A be 11 Oil i by w. A. Gill proprietor. Main Street. Cambridge Ohio. The leading Bouse in town �2.00 per Day maid Arcade hotel Cambridge Ohio. William Weaver prop i re a axe Trest Hotr-1 to Railroad depots first �,la8h <lc8�?T84�tf Exchange hotel Caldwell to. John w. Robinson proprietor every attention Comfort and conc no no Given guest. Wood stabling connected with the House. B a 8l.5 pet Day. Jyh Ett ixi3flxsl hou23. per Day. Corner Market and fourth streets. Tym. Kirk proprietor. Mar2-tf a xes Ville Ohio. n. Crow proprietor Farmers hotel am ? a Ruth a marry a j. W. Lippincott proprietor the it be it jilt House. Cor. Broadway and South streets Quaker City Ohio a Ltd a Ivo a very attention Nice. Cary to their Comfort. Mar a i Kricak mouse. A , Oisiu. James Smith la lop i. Good stabling connected with the House. Jer in presents Given away. Send us 5cents to Sag Quot and by mail you will get free a package goods wit a i Wil 8tart by work that a Chin \ k a Quot Quot in n Only a Aster than m America. A about the a. I pm in presents with each agent wanted eve it a where. �1 either sox All Urel ail the time spar time Only to work lot us at their own Homes. Fortunes for to ii �?Tkiwi1, e. Mccollum Al a Nufa tuft till in it ii it be s and a a. He is also prepared to do All kinds vclis31 i timing at reasonable it its. Tlt8hop South end Mill Street. It Quot Iti Nln i it Lar a Olno. Send six cents for potage and receive tree a costly Box goods which win. Re p. J01 to More Money . Away than any lit in in this world a either Suee eed from hrs hour. The Broad Roan to Fortune ens in fore the work ers absolutely sure. At once add so Truk a la., Augusta Maine. Det a la t. C. Stanley a p g 27 xxx a n g j a Cambridge Ohio. Demlo rat fat Oglere store will receive prompt at ten to . Apl9�?Tkmf wifi Quot to Rno y than at anything else in big a a biking an Agency for the Best Kwh i to 1-Ng b in out beginners sue we big cd grandly. None bul. Term. Ficut. Hall to i 5o�?z Portland me. Deil Smy time belied tile for a. V. V. By. Co. I i Muta a a a i no. 3. No. I. Stations. A pinot san. Washington. It is said fro lie the intention Tho president to so Amend the civil service rules that when vacancies occur in the Public service they will have to be tilled by Tho appointment residents Hontos Whoso quotas employees Are not full. In response to a circular from the Treasury department calling for recommendations As to the efficiency his office collector Robertson new York reports that sixty five vacancies occurring during Bis term the salaries which aggregate Tim ,000, w Ere permitted to remain vacant and that a further reduction Force is deemed inexpedient. Or. Robertson deems it unnecessary to make recommendations at this time for the improvement the service. Presidential appointments announced the kith John b. Stallo Ohio minister to Italy Bayliss w. Hanna Indiana. Minister to Argentine Republic Charles a. Daugherty Pennsylvania Secretary legation to Rome . L. Alden new York Consul general to Rome i Pierce m. B. X Oung Georgia Consul general to St. Petersburg. Consuls George. Savage new Jersey at Bel j last Edward Camphausen Pennsyl i a Ilia at Naples Francis d. Gallery j new York at Kingston Jamaica John m. A Birch West Virginia at Nagasaki i Oscar a Tii soil off Kansas at Sonn Ebey Richard h. Stoddard new York at Athens Theodore w. Downs connect i Cut at Quebec m. Newmark Cali i forma at Lyons j. C. Monaghan Rhode Island at Mannheim Wallace Jones Florida at Messina. Navy i Benjamin p. Lamberton to be commander William w. Reisinger lieutenant commander Albert Kautz Captain John f. Bransford lieutenant and surgeon. Fifteen Large boxes containing the relies presented to the g Grant have been received at the War department. Postmaster general Vilas received a Telegram the 17th stating that 810,500 was found upon the person Gibbs the defaulting postmaster Lewiston Idaho w Hose capture in the British provinces w As noted recently. On the 1st h the president appointed Israel Lawton superintendent the mint the i United states at san Francisco a. L. King Arkansas receiver Public moneys at Harrison ark., and William ii. Bancroft to to collector customs for the District Huron Michigan. The president has appointed William a. Dax. Of Illinois to be second auditor the Treasury vice Orange Ferris resigned by request. Lives. The Accident is attributed to the carelessness the firemen who by taking Oil the circular pump allowed the water to Rush in and flood the hold. The loss to the vessel and cargo is estimated at $25,000. Both branches Tho Massachusetts legislature adjourned sine it lilt a Tho loth. A fire at Portland me., the 19th destroyed a building owned by s. K. Lyman and damaged two adjoining buildings. Loss $50,000 half insured rail int sentenced George Wilson Matilda Dom s and Charles Davis All coloured to be hanged at such time As the governor May direct. They were convicted murdering Aud robbing mrs. Judge Cole several months ago. Henry How Ard the negro w to was arrested and jailed at Coshocton o., the 19th for a fiendish assault miss Bache and miss Phillips was taken from the jail by a mob nil ,. I a a a a mob one Hundred masked ii a the Large number new admissions this the Samonin . I i night and Hung to a tree in Tho month at the West Point military Academy brings the corps cadets up to about the tub Standard. There Are Itow not Over Twenty five vacancies existing in the four classes which Means that every congressional District in Tho Union is represented being something almost without a precedent. I he september admission will fill every vacancy. There were ten cases the Plymouth fever at Warren Hun and five cases at sugar notch pa., the 19th. Nono them were considered serious. At Plymouth there were 280 cases Litany them dangerous though Tho situation in that town was improving greatly. While running at a High rate Speed a piece machinery in the Penn Mills at Erie pa., exploded the 19th with fatal effects. One Section brained Frank Dyke killing him instantly another fragment hit Nelson Wing and killed him. James Smith was so seriously injured that he will die. William Jones and three others Ane also badly injured. The Mill was wrecked. Business failures in Tho United states court House Yard. It was believed miss Bache could not recover. A Martinsburg w. A dispatch says the new methodist Church there was wrecked by a Gale a few Days ago. The pastor and officers the Church who w Ore in the building at the time barely escaped with their lives. A bile making his first balloon ascension at Charleston w. Va., the 19th, William Patterson Wellsville met a fearful death. Just As the ropes holding the balloon were cast off a hot air stove used i its inflation was overturned causing it to catch fire. The balloon shot up into the air with the aeronaut in the Basket. At the height several Hundred feet the balloon collapsed Aud Patterson fell to the Earth a crushed and lifeless mass. The balloon was totally consumed by fire. Max j. Wiser mailing clerk the san Antonio tex., Post office was arrested the 19th, charged with Pur Loining registered packages. Thefts aggregating $2,-000 have already been discovered and it is Delight in the lord. Menus mistakes in judging and condemning. j v us aim in i n reported during the week ended the 19th believed the amount will be considerably i i i i i i i i i i i a Iii i my in in the East. Ten Persona were overcome by the feat in new York Tho 16th, two whom died. The highest degree the Mercury touched was degrees. The Coal mines Walton so co. And Neil amp co., at West Elizabeth pa., have shut Down indefinitely owing to tie depressed condition the Trade throwing about one thousand miners out employment. A few Days ago John h. Heins fell off the Bremen Dock in Hoboken n. J., but was brought to the Dock alive by two men. I Brough a fear being arrested if the Man should Dilt they tied him in the water and when a physician arrived Heins was dead. A decision was rendered in the new York court appeals the 16th in the Case Nathan fined for Selling Ole Margarine to the effect that the Law regulating the Sale Ole Margarine As it stands at present is unconstitutional. Reuben Pettit the fugitive cashier the Erie county a savings Bank has been recognized in Chatham ont., where he is running a store. Four violent deaths one attempted murder and three cases insanity have resulted from Pettit a Rasca Lity and if to is not extradited some his victims have sworn to execute vengeance upon hint in his Canadian Retreat. The new York Board health recently i Side red number Ito against 197 in rite preceding w Eek and in7, 178 and 137 in the corresponding week 1884, 1883 and iss a respectively. L Ite miners strike at Jeddo pa., w hich Lins been about four months duration ended the 19th, the men signing an agreement to return to work at the operators terms. he i our cared inter collegiate race for government by mrs la Quot go a use w Childs Challenge cup rewired at the to a to Ihu a r Quot j a a l Iii verily and us i Imer sity j a was rowed the Schuylkill River at Philadelphia the 19th, and was won by Cornell i it length and a half. The course was j one mile and a half straight away. Time 8 51. Henry a. Bacon was arrested at Erie i a., the 19fch upon the requisition the governor Ohio upon a charge Swind i Ling Hilo Farmers with the Bohemian Oats j scheme. While the sheriff from Ohio Ami that Erie were out searching for Bacon Tho latter walked into the sheriffs office unsuspecting by and was arrested by Tho turnkey. The directors Tim Exeter n. In manufacturing company have decided to shutdown their Mills the 27th until sept in a Ber i account in Over production. Several Hundred hands will be thrown out 1 j employment. James i. Fanning familiarly known All i Over the country As an Impersonator Uncle Tom but now a broken Down Man i has at his own request been sent to Tho House Industry at Boston for six months a charge vagrancy. Hot Man Kipp a five year old Hoy living in Newark n. J., was bitten by a mad dog last april. On the a he alarming symptoms hydrophobia developed and bodied in a few hours. One Hundred lasters Iii the show ranking establishment Allen d. Howe in South la it to mass., struck for higher wages a few Days ago. Their action throws about 400 operatives out employment. I he will Robert treat Paine Boston Bequeaths $50,009 to Harvard College Tor Tho maintenance a professorship astronomy in the University. All the remainder Ute property and real estate the testator leaves to Tho president and Fellows the net income Only to to expended in the support the Observatory the Purchase instruments in rewards for new astronomical discoveries. Increased before the investigation ends. Arthur j. Grover who is wanted for the murder g. G. Loomis in Wood county o., in april last was arrested at Menomonee wis., the 19th and returned to Ohio. I i Auk Hitney a convicted burglar was arraigned in the criminal court at Indianapolis the pith. When judge Norton asked Whitney if he had anything to say Why sentence should not be pronounced the prisoner sprang to his feet abused the court with a Volley profanity Ami then tearing away from Tho Bailiff hurled a pair Handcuffs at the judge. The missile passed Over the judges head shattering a heavy plate Glass. Whitney then turned fiercely upon the police and had to to soundly beaten before he Wras subdued. West and South. A dispatch was received by postal inspector Siebolt san Francisco the kith stating that Isaac n. Gibbs Post p in. P. M. P in. A in. F 1 4<t ajar Cumberland a 11125 7 00 a a juju Blue Bell Essl 5 go 2 k 2g--v 540 320 0i a a in i in y a -7 a file to to 6 05 _ Quot 10 >1 a Morgan . 9 5? 5 45 Batesville a pc. B. W la it a Axl Eygen. Manager Cumberland Valley hallway. Titi Eca k i la Eft it a aril i. Lass. It extra. Standard time. I considered some correspondence Between i master Lewis got it nor Hill Secretary Manning and a issued Money special agent Tho Treasury department from which it appears that the be tiding immigrants have been taken from time to time their arrival at Baltimore and sold to ramen new York City. This was considered As liable to bring contagious diseases. The Board ordered a careful Lookout for infected steamers. During in insanity the i night Tho kith mrs. Johanna Jersey City n. J., took Hor i Abs and her two year old boy to a Pool water in the Hackensack Meadows and threw them in. Two men who had happened to see the action rescued Tho children and took the woman to the police station. Chauncey m. Depew was unanimously elected president Tho now York Central Railroad the 17th. The Hrench Steamer Isero with the Bartholdi statue Board arrived at new York the 17th, having been Twenty seven Days hot r voyage from Louen. Afire at Philadelphia the 17th destroyed Tho extensive Lur i and pork pack. A to to a. Ever was my establishment Washington Butcher. I arrested at Williamstown that Stato sons. No f a dvrs. To a Juu. Unn Idaho territory who. Is to himself for Over$20,000, had been arrested at Harrison a River British Columbia. I Tho j Tost office at White Springs Fla. I was burned the night Tho into and j j All the Stamps Aud funds in the office were i destroyed. Sex senator Nesmith died at his Home in j j Polk county Oregon the 17th. He had a been very weak Ever since his release from i the insane Asylum. E. S. Prince Baltimore a Well known inventor fell Over the balusters in the second Story his residence in that City the morning the 16th and was instantly killed. To was his Way to close the windows when the Accident occurred. Elijah Baltzley a prominent and wealthy Fanner residing near Newcomerstown awoke a few nights ago imagining that a thief had entered his room and was about to Rob and murder him. He Drew his revolver and shot himself through Tho head in his excitement. A Sam Anderson who murdered Wash Osborn near dry Ridge kv., Twenty years ago and has been at Large Ever since w As foreign intelligence. The towns laut Schau in Hungary and i Ernau in West Hungary have been partly destroyed by Forest fifes. Fourteen persons were burned to death. Field marshal Baron Yon Manteuffel the distinguished German commander and governor Alsace Lorraine died suddenly at Carlsbad the 17th, pulmonary congestion. To was born in 18h9. The Steamer Lake Manitoba belonging to Tho Canada shipping company was stranded in Southwest Ray Little Miquelon Langley Island during a fog Tho 15th. The passengers Twenty in number and Crew were saved hut lost All their effects. The reported loss the French Man War Reynard is confirmed by a dispatch to the admiralty office at Paris which states that the vessel foundered Iii Tho Indian Ocean during a Cyclone and everyone Board 127 souls in All perished. There was a Shock earthquake at York England the 18th, which lasted several seconds and greatly alarmed the inhabitants. The reappearance cholera South i is causing much alarm throughout Europe. I Austria and Russia contemplate rigid quarantine measures at All their ports and the prefects Tho French departments the Spanish Frontier Are urging the French government to establish a military cordon against the influx spaniards across the Border. Stringent measures Protection May be expected to to maintained All through the summer. Unknown parties in Toronto ont., have engaged for some time in cutting up Bank Bills and ingeniously pasting them together so 41s to represent Bills for Largo amounts lh1 practice has been carried to such an extent that the Banks refuse to accept mutilated Bills. T he French chamber deputies by a vote 286 to 120, has refused to exempt priests from serving in Tho army reserves. A Telegram from Tho mayor Manchester England to the mayor London thanks the latter for his offer to open a Relief fund for the sufferers by the peddle Bury Colliery disaster and adds that upward Igo miners Are known to be dead. Soeth Waud trains. Stations. It la Cleveland. F ndoncntience., Everett. Akron. East Akron. Uniontown. Recti Tow ii. New Berlin. Lake a Anion. A. In Lay. C. I Ivis sati Valley j unction a 1 i do no. I. No. 3. No. 5. No.25 a. In p. In. P. In. A. In 2 25 6 40 8 4�?~ 2 57 i to 9 la 3 a 0 42 0 43 Lig 3 51 7 03 to u in 4 07 7 13 to 14 9 3 4 26 7 30 to 33 4 31 7 37 to 43 7 45 s 15 8 47 it 4 9 54 4 41 7 la to i 16 4 55 7 57 ii 03 it 451. A. In. P. M. P. M. A. In. North Ward trains stations. Globe House. Clue be it la Ivd 110. James Canady prop a keeps a tint class hotel runs no free Hack it charges $1.50 per Jay. Jove Siblini re a a Vii it a , Valley Junction. I., it. V. So. Yos caul . Lake Park. New Berlin. Greentown. I Uniontown. East Akron. A k roil. Everett. Independence. Cleveland. I x i the a r i �72 to 1 7 i 2 j i to a j i a no. 2. No. 4. No. 6. a. In. P. In. A. In. Fie. 2 78. A 50 j mg.1. Iii �?~3�?Tie 7 41 j i j a a a ill 311 334 b 03. Ii 3t 3 1.3 8 111 11 57 4 m 1 8 31112 04 4 it .1 8 4012 27 4 33 9 Obj i 02 5 9 40 Ariu 5 join to in. . In., a. In. Ignal. V. Be so 0.2 i. In. 5 2 38 2 45 2 58 3 la 3 20 a i 45 4 lit 4 51 a k a. Carran. Men j manager. Get puss vim. 5 Ali Xii Muster transportation sons Moore Street. Loss estimated at $500,Doo insured for $100,000. The opinion the new York court appeals against the constitutionality Quot the Law prohibiting the manufacture Ole Margarine says a it prevents Competition and places a bar upon Progress and invention. It invades right both person and property guaranteed by the Constitution. The Sale a substitute any article manufacture is a legitimate business and if effected without deception can not be arbitrarily by a vote too to 03 not the necessary four fifths the Massachusetts House the 18th refused to suspend the rules to admit a Bill raising the salaries senators and representatives from $050 to $750, and the salaries speaker and president from $1,300 to $1,500. Twenty five Mills in Pittsburgh have resumed operations since signing the scale and notwithstanding the rumours opposition to Tho conference committees action it is believed that three fourths Tho Mills in that District will be running in a very Short time. Mrs. Robert Stuart wife Tho lately deceased philanthropic millionaire new York City Lias Given tic 10,000 volumes her late husbands Library to the society Fine arts Tho american museum natural history and other institutions. T he value Tho Library is about $50,000. Tho remains Orson s. Murray tic noted atheist were taken to Lancaster pa., the 18th for cremation. At Tho funeral ceremonies an address was read which had been written by Murray his death bed singularly headed a death bed thoughts Orson s. his belief was that with death the individual existence completely ended. Among the graduates at the seventeenth annual commencement Wells College Aurora n. Y., the 18th, was miss Folsom president Cleveland a Ward. The steamship Guya Dotte Tho old Dominion line suddenly Sank at her Dock in North River the 18th, those 011 Board jiving Burely Lime to escape with the 17th. Bill i diam son Pete Moore and George Morgan members a gang desperadoes and horse and cattle thieves were overtaken by a vigilance committee the loth near Heilton Indian territory and hanged to a tree. Other members the Gong were being pursued and will be lynched if caught. Rho boiler j. L. Deals saw Mill near Wakefield va., blew up the 18th, killing James Tucker and scalding James Day John Taylor and James Scott All the latter a injuries Are probably fatal. Seventeen year locusts made their appearance in Wabash iud., the 16th. George a. Pyers convicted at Baltimore a few Days ago for beating his wife while she was in a delicate condition health was sentenced to receive one Hundred and fifty lashes and four months in jail. While picking berries near Newcomerstown the 18th Eliza Bache and Ellen Phillips flee Ltd seventeen and Twenty respectively were assaulted by a negro tramp who struck miss Phillips with his i is knocking Ber senseless and then choked and brutally outraged miss Bache. Miss Phillips rallied and gave the alarm and the fiend was pursued captured and lodged Iii jail at Coshocton. He gave his name As Henry Howard. There was much excitement and it was believed he would be lynched. Rudolf j. Roll ifs a Baker committed suicide at Peoria ii the 18th. He was baking bread fora picnic and ofter burning three batches Iii succession flew into a passion and shot himself. Charley Barry and Sam Lawrence actors with coleus circus settled a dispute at Houghton mich., the 19th by shooting each other. Lawrence is dead and Burry can not recover. Illium e. Woodruff sr., who in 1819 founded lha Arkansas Frazette and when tin state w As admitted into the Union in Ikon was the Lii to state treasurer died at Little Rock the 19th, in the Ninetieth year his a later Rosiew. A w at it spout burst Over the country lying Between Fallon and Belleville 111., the 20th, doing serious damage. One Hundred families were driven out and their Homes swept away. Railroads suffered heavily. It is understood that the attorney general will soon bring suit against . Loring late commissioner agriculture and his Bondsmen to recover the $22,000 misused appropriations during . Lorings administration a Tornado struck Ravenna o., the Iii Tell the 21st blowing a track Quarter a mile wide right through the Busi Ness portion the City uprooting 110 less than Lifto Aii Buhl jugs i flowing Down Chilli-no3 a uprooting Trees Ami blowing fronts stores in. The damage is estimated at $7.0,000. No oho seriously injured. By the caving in a Coal Bank near Richmond o., the 20th Patrick Brien and Hugh Phallis were instantly killed and Michael Brien probably fatally injured. I he exports specie from the port new York for Tho week ended the 20th were $543,878 imports $144,657. The business portion Portville n. Y., w As devastated by fire 011 Tho night the 20th, fifteen buildings being destroyed. Loss $75,000. At Elkhart Texas the 21st, a mob several Hundred persons learning the verdict the coroners jury investigating Tho death mrs. Randolph Hazel proceeded to a storeroom where the negroes charged with the murder were imprisoned took Andy Jackson and his wife Lizzie also Frank Hayes Joe Norman and Wliam Rogers Aud hanged them All to a tree near the scene the previous nights murder. 0 i1 Kane a Hite an italian was arrested at new York outline 21st for having in his Possession eleven counterfeit Standard dollars. Iii his room at no. 182 third Avenue 197 counterfeit dollars were found. It is stated Good authority that Tho Rumor the intention Tho president to change the personnel the civil service commission has no foundation Iii fact. Among the passengers who sailed by the Gallia from new York saturday morning were Hon. S. S. Cox. Roscoe Conklin and . And mrs. B. La. Brewster. Sutton so Powell a general store at Newtonville iud., in which was also the Post office was blown up by dynamite the night the 21st. Tho building was completely demolished. Loss $2,000. There is no clue to the author the crime. I he statement Tho new York associated Banks for the week ended june 21 shows the following changes Loans increase $2,046,500 specie decrease $531,900 Legal tenders increase $2,031,400 deposits increase $4,155,700 circulation decrease $108,six Reserve increase. $460,575.a increase $460,575. The i Hanks held $62,410,500 in excess Legal re i Nuqui Quine la., Sqq Tho 19th judge Cju remelts Many would forgot god while others dread and dislike him a what it is to Delight Iii the almighty. From a recent Sermon by Rev. Charles in Spurgeon. Hor then Shalt thou have thy Delight in the almighty and Shalt lift up tiny face unto 23 26. The mistake Eliphaz. Eliphaz an i his friends had judged Job i oui their own Point View making their own experience to to Tho Standard. They themselves had prospered and therefore they inferred that if a Man served god he must necessarily Prosper Iii worldly things Aud that if he did not succeed As they had done he must have been guilty great crimes. Though they could not discover any actual fault in Job they concluded without further evidence that he must Havo been a hypocrite and have acted oppressively to his servants have been unmindful the claims the poor Iii some other Way have brought upon himself the Wrath god. It never entered their mind that so terrible a sickness and such a list dreadful calamities could have befallen any Man except As a punishment for special sin. They inferred virtue from Prosperity Ond sin from adversity. Unrighteous and cruel logic at once false and brutal it renders them at once false witnesses and pharisees condemning the innocent because their sorrows and flattering themselves because their ease. To judge according to outward Circum stances has been Tho tendency men in j All times j oven David could not under j stand How it was that the wicked were so i free from troubles while All the Day Long i to was himself plagued and chastened i every morning. A i lit principle Lay at the Bottom this wonder for indeed i the lord will Reward the Good and punish 1 Tho wicked but a great mistake is made when we suppose that this life is the time i Foi meting out rewards and punishments. V e 001st not judge according to the sight i the eyes according to present Condi j sons we shall make Gross mistakes. the richest May be the most wicked and i Tho poorest May be the most gracious those who suffer least May deserve to j suffer most and those who Are most afflict i cd in this life May have the highest glory i Iii Tho life to come. I suspect that Eliphaz and his friends i had enjoyed smooth sailing. How should i the \ judge the Man who had done business amid tempests their mental life was not disturbed by great conflicts they had not gone deeply into things nor searched to the Bottom spiritual matters they had no knowledge their own hidden corruptions and had endured but Little the Rod chastisement and consequently they had been at ease. Their mistake was that they sat Iii judgment upon another who was More tried than themselves and condemned him for being in sore distress. Their own serenity led them to judge the troubled one very harshly. This Quot ought not to be. If any us Are inclined thus to judge and condemn it is time that we put this mischievous spirit far from us. If we judge others others will judge us. Gods children always play the fool when they play the judge they Are never in order when they act As if they were Tho head the family Grace. The father knows All his children. All who observe carefully will also know that while some Are Strong Iii the lord Ami in the Power his might others Are weak Iii Faith and Mere babes in Grace. These Little ones Are not one Jot the less precious in the sight the great father than Tho More fully grown ones. Let none the Strong cattle push the weak cattle with Horn and with shoulder for when the weak ones complain unto god he will regard them and will average them upon the proud. If thou be Strong god keep thee so and make thee stronger but use not thy strength for treading Down Hie weak. If thou be weak the lord strengthen thee and deliver thee from this malady but do not envy the Strong and begin to speak lightly those who Excel thee. The More Light the 111010 Joy Tho More holy Confidence the More Faith Tho More glory to god therefore covet these things earnestly As among the Best gifts. May Hie holy ghost help us to attain the highest degree Grace but May he Ever prevent us from judging our Brethren. Here was the fault Eliphaz. He was right Iii Many his statements but to was wrong in his ungenerous application them to holy Job. Many men forget Rod he is no object Delight to them for they ignore his existence and they would even think it a great Relief ii it could be proved that thee were 110 god no god to observe them no god to record their misdeeds no god to Call them to judgment 110 god to punish them Foi their iniquities. Let us pity Tho multitudes w to claim to be Happy without god it is the last extreme depravity when blotting out god from his soul a Man obtains a wretched Comfort As the consequence his Folly. To be without god is to be without rest in the present and without Hope for the future. Great numbers men go a stage further they believe in god they can not doubt t int thei is a most i ugly god who Judieth the children men but their Only thought towards him is that dread Aud dislike. They do not want to Hoar him if the things god Are forced upon thir attention they Are soon weary such distasteful themes for they Only look upon god As a just and terrible judge who will certainly punish them for their transgressions. It is woe to them even to think the Groat god. Though this dread god and this neglect god can not deliver them out his hands yet they find a kind Comfort in it. As we Are told Tho Ostrich i know not whether it to True not that when it can not escape the Hunter it buries its head in the Sand so As not to see its pursuer so these foolish persons Blind their own eyes and thus produce a foolish Security he Flat. They think god with dread dismay despondency Aud despair. I am grieved to add that this principle even tinctures the thoughts True friends god for when they Bow Down before god it is not with the reverence a Loving child but with the terror a slave they Are afraid him who should be their exceeding Joy. Their View god is Iueor-1 act for it is not such As the spirit adoption would give them. They Are really trusting in him Aud in the great propitiation which to has set Forth but they have not come to know him under that in which our Saviour puts into our Mouths when he bids us say a your father which Art in such trembling ones Are still Nuder the spirit bondage which Caus is them to fear As condemned persons dread the executioner. They stand like Israel trembling at the foot Sinai they have not come unto mount Ion and Tho blood sprinkling which speak eth better things than that Abel. God is still to them exceeding terrible so that they fear and quake. Even though they Are his children they Are notable to lift up their faces unto their own father. They haunt Tho outer courts Tho Sancts nary but into the most holy place they do not dare to enter they see the smoke the Burnt offering but they have not Learned to feed upon it and so to have Happy communion with god. These people May be Safe but they Are not Happy they May be saved from sin but not from sorrow. Faith if it were stronger would effectually slay and Bury Servile fear. What it is to Delight in god. Let us meditate a while upon what is Here meant by delighting in the almighty. he Man who experiences this Delight is glad that there is a god. That atheistic philosophy which makes Tho whole world to be a Chau production which grew itself developed itself by some innate Force is a very dreary piece fiction to the Man who delights himself in the almighty. I tremble at any teaching religious scientific which seems to place go further off than we have believed him to be. To draw him nearer to me and myself nearer to him is the innermost longing my soul. you not feel the same i know you do if you have a childlike spirit towards him. We Delight to see god in the Shadow every passing Cloud in the colouring every opening Flower in the glitter every Dewdrop in Tho twinkling every Star. The lord is personally at work in All the processes nature and natural Laws Are simply the lords usual method operation. Our god is so near us that in him we live and move and have our being. Beloved the thought god is to the souls those who know and love him the most delightful that can Cross the mind. To put god away from us is injury to our happiness As Well As treason to our duty but to get nearer and clearer View s his omnipresence his omniscience his omnipotence is to in crease the Joy our heart. Practically put this Delight in the almighty shows itself in the Christian when nothing else remains to him. If he be stripped everything he cries a the i lord is my when the cupboard j is Bare Aud the garments Are worn outland poverty stares the Man in the face he says a my god is such a satisfactory and All sufficient portion that i Ani Rich and increased in goods while possessing nothing but my the same is True when such a Man is surrounded with every a earthly Comfort for he still feels a the i lord is my Tho Saint begs i vehemently his god that he May not. Have his portion in this life. If god were i to multiply his stores beyond his Power to j count them lie would be dissatisfied unless in All these he saw his fathers covenant i love. One Saint who suddenly became poor was still As Happy As Ever for he said 14\\ Hen i had abundance i saw god Iii All things and now that i have lost my property i see All things in go these Are equally blessed states mind. It were Well to Combine them and see god in All things and All things in god at the i same time so it should bewitch the believer. 44why,�?� Saith he a these earthly comforts never were my delights these were not Ray daily manna but Only Little stay bus for the time sips sweetness while i pass through the Barren the lord was and is my chief portion my w Ell Comfort the Rock my salvation. If we make props our outward Joys we shall fall w Hen they Are taken away but if we rest wholly upon Tho foundation divine love altogether apart from external things we shall never be moved. Happy is the Christian who can practically enjoy Delight in the almighty by making him to be his All in All All the Day and every Day. A Delight thyself in the this Wil give you pleasure in the midst pain. v know w hat it is to have Many aches and sufferings and perhaps a throbbing head and yet to feel that you have another self which has no pains because it dwells in god where All is Calm and quiet y outlet that it would be a great mercy to be released from this painful life and yet you have not raised the question with your god but Havo waited his Good pleasure. Faith has made you Quot feel a wherever i am whatever i feel so Long As god is near me and his Sweet love tills my bosom i w ill greatly rejoice and Triumph in Tho god my ibis will show itself Iii your life for it will be a pleasure to do anything to exalt the name god. It will gild your Ordinary conversation with heavenly splendor if in it you adorn the doctrine god your Saviour in All things. You will March to heaven beneath the spell celestial music and the Bliss the glorified will stimulate your spirits when you can feel that All is for god and that god is All in All to you. This is to Delight yourself in the almighty. God give us to get into that state and to keep there till we leap to heaven Aud Are in that state. The name almighty. I Call your attention to the special name by which Eliphaz describes the Ever blessed god he says a Delight thyself in the is it not singular that he should choose a term descriptive omnipotence As the Paramount cause the believers Delight god is love and i can readily understand How one might Delight himself in god under that aspect but the believer is taught to Delight himself in god As Strong and mighty. What a mercy it is that there is a Power that makes for righteousness a that at the Back All these wars and confusions and behind All sin and false doctrine there is an infinitely powerful god during Tho last few weeks you have Felt an intense Joy in the omnipotence god. You have whispered to your forebodings a Titis All right. The almighty is not paralysed his Arm is not shortened the lord Brethren the pendulum swings to Aud fro advancing and retreating but yet there is a real Progress made 3011 can not see it but a watching the pendulum but up higher the face the clock there is evidence an Onward March and a coming hour. The kingdom god is coming righteousness shall prevail. Delight also in the fact that Jehovah is almighty in mercy mighty to save. He can forgive the greatest sin to can change the hardest heart he can help us to fight out unto Victory the sternest our Battles against unrighteousness lie is stronger than sin and satan for All Power dwells with him. Surel3r, when you see omnipotence linked with righteousness and mercy it Quot will Delight yourself in the almighty. Think the lords almighty Ness in the matter the keeping preserving defending and perfecting All his people. The sheep his pasture shall not perish for Tho Good Shepherd is omnipotent to smite the roaring lion who would devour them. None that Trust in him shall Ever be ashamed confounded world without end. The uplifted face. Now let us turn with intense satisfaction to Tho other expression used by Eliphaz a thou Shalt lift up thy face unto what does it mean does it not mean first Joy in god when a Man hangs his head Down he is unhappy it is Tho attitude misery but when our thoughts god Are changed and our relationship to god is different we lift up our faces and Sun our countenances in the Light gods favor. Tho face god in his anointed is toward the believer and therefore the believers face is toward the most High. He hath said a seek be my face a and How can we seek his face but with our own faces a look unto me and be be saved ail tin a ads to a a fort ibo is tree divine Call and Tho believer looks to god with intense knowing that in him is his salvation. Does not our text indicate fearlessness i ear covers her face and would Fain hide herself altogether to accomplish concealment the rocks must fall upon her. That sacred bravery which the holy spirit breathes into the child god makes him cry a Abba father a and in the spirit adoption he lifts up his face unto god. May it not also signify expectation a i will lift up mine eyes unto the Hills from whence cometh my a my expectation is from him a says David. Of to lift ones face toward god looking for deliverance safety and rest and expecting both Graco and glory from his right hand Brethren i am talking very simply things Well known to to and yet i can not convey to you a sense the Joy a face uplifted unto god. You must feel it for yourselves by lifting up your own faces. Home you poor creatures can not lift up your faces unto god by reason despondency but we Pray that you May yet do so. As for you who Are gods own people and yet go through the world in bondage i charge you cry unto the lord to Changa your condition and fill you with his Joy for then your faces will Shine in the Light his face. When you Delight in the lord nothing can disturb the unbroken current 3 our Joy the Sublime serenity the heavens which Arch above your head enters into your own spirit when the lord who made the heavens dwells in your heart. Strive after this sacred peace Delight in the almighty and lift up your faces unto god. Temptation. How it a j lie met and Success fury resisted. Sunday school times the Serpent has found its Way into All the Edens this world. Never until the mortal puts immortality does it put off finally the possibility sinning. Nowhere can a Man go that temptation will Nob find him. Temptation possesses a free pass All the railroads a free berth All the boats a free Entrance to schoolroom and business offices and playgrounds and even to the churches. Little escape for example does the reforming drunkard find in boarding the express train that with every moment puts another mile Between himself and his old Saloon haunts. Old evil associations he indeed leaves behind but not the old evil thirst the old fierce temptation. That shares his seat in the train his state room the boat and halts Only when he halts. Temptation finds the Hermit in his ascetic retirement As readily As though he mingled with the crowd. Temptation climbs the High and Bare and guarded Wall the Convent As Well As the latticed Arbor the pleasure seeker. Temptation pays no heed to warnings a no admittance a be such warnings moral Legal ecclesiastical. Temptations very Power for evil is in this constant presence which leaves not an unguarded moment movement the soul unnoticed. Then what then we must be vigilant. If temptation insists we must resist and must persist in resisting. If the evil is watchful in attack we must by watchful in defense. And above All if temptation tempts us with that subtlest temptations discouragement in the struggle let us lean hard the divine Promise that our temptations will never be beyond what we Are Able to Bear. Gods help would have made Canaan the land rest to the israelite if they had had Faith even while they found it a land conflicts. Gods love will give us rest amidst our inevitable struggles if we will rest upon that love. M sinful lamenting. Sunday school times no Man to whom is granted the full illumination the sunlight need lament if during the Bright Day his Means his circumstances forbid him the added Light a Candle. Possessing the Light the Sun he possesses All the Light that he needs. There is Comfort in this thought for those who Rich toward god Are Rich in no other sense. Perhaps the Light a desired knowledge a Fuller experience is denied to them and perhaps the Lack is to them a cause constant self torturing. This self torment is sinful As Well As foolish. God withholds no Light that he does not withhold wisely. And when he has Given the full sunlight Christian truth is it rights is it grateful to spend ones Days lamenting the Lack a Miuor Light whose beams seem darkness itself in contrast with Tho Strong shining the Sun experience. Exchange it is a popular Maxim that experience is the Best teacher. This is True and false. Did 3011 Ever know a Moth that had been singed by the flame fail to dash directly to the flame the moment that it could Usa its wings again How Large a proportion those who have Learned by bitter personal experience what the vice Drunken Ness any other vice is turns rom that sin account that experience thera Are in fact Many teachers concerning evil better than experience evil. The warnings a father the gentle leading a Mother the holy precepts a sunday school teacher if heeded Are better far than the lessons experience in the direction those warnings for these teach through defending and preserving while experience teaches too often through loss and destruction. Lucky she was no younger. Utica observer a pair ten year old youngsters were Riding a velocipede at break neck Speed Down the Hill John Street this morning when they collided with an old lady fully eighty years old Bent Over and making her Way with difficulty. After she had recovered from the Shock which threw her against the Fence her youth seemed to come Back to her with her anger and capturing one the unlucky lads she gave him a thorough Bela Boring with All the vigor half a Century ago. After dressing him Down in Good shape she released Bim but reconsidering the motion recaptured him Aud repeated the dose. The boy s at length succeeded in escaping when Tho still angry Dame started off to pour her trouble in the ear the first officer she met. Those boy s will be More careful who they run into in the future. A shrewd and patient cat. N. Sun a Large maltese tomcat the property a lady in Cornwall is a better and More patient Birds Nester than any boy in the place. He cautiously climbs every tree in which a new nest appears assures himself that the old Bird is not there with his feels every egg that has been Laid. And descends without breaking any them. When after four five visits he is satisfied that the full complement is there he goes no More until it is about time for the Young ones to be hatched. Then he watches them until he considers them fat enough to be eaten when to usually secures the old one As Well As her fledglings. He never goes out his mistress grounds and leaves the hens and their families scrupulously alone. He was Christen a Poctor a but he Dis honors us Nina. Of Quot s. 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