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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1885, Cambridge, Ohio I Gerald. Published met Thum Davisr Cambridge Guernsey co. Olla Mahaffey amp Ogier re i to is and proprietors. Terms 8vr9crptioxi yes 00� payable at any time 2s�stn�i? year a a a a per discontinued / l Arr Arat fes Are paid except at the the publishers. Business cards. Attorneys. S. It. Mathews. W. S. Heade. Mathews amp Heade Attoe n yes at Law la Hutchison Block Cambridge orto. Notary Public in office. Maylum so . Steels. Sued. L. Rosemond. amp r sfjio.\d, a t t Orn e y sat a a a c a Meg in is. Ohio Batik rain office Lico Over Oil National vol. Xvii. Livery stable. Cambridge Guernsey co., Ohio thursday november 12, 1885. Number 23. W. A. Carpenter attorney at Law and notary Public u a i ii in i la q Karn in in in Ohio. Office in Davis Block. Docl3�?T83-tf a owl c. Luccock business in All the courts the state will relive prompt attention. If time in the Cosgrave building main Street Cambridge it Hio. Novoo�?Ts2-tf v. Craig a Cornej Al Law amp notary Public Washington Guernsey county. Ohio. Is business entrusted to him will receive prompt attention. Feb7tf i. B. Taylor. R. Scott. Tailor amp Scott attorney s at l a a Cambridge office in tie new Taylor Block. Apo 84-tt s. S. Carnes proprietor first class livery and feed stable no. G Fine Street near main tnar2�?T83-tf i it took. O. In. K. Kyles Marble and Granite works gambit due Keeps hand a line lot tile celebrated red a my Ray scotch Granite monuments at the lowest prices italian and american Marble Monu to i a it 0bt style and Quality. Marble and mate mantles. Mar2-tf in Cut by ram limit keeps constantly hand a Large and Good Stock if Meu i7�f��?� and hoi leather. Clip and calf 9blnk.auosltw finding., which Are sold at reasonable prices. Cash paid for hides and bark. Geo. K. Mendrek prop. 3anl7�?Ts4-tf Cumberland A m. Mcpeeks dealer in physicians and surgeons. L. Wells m. D., Homoeopathy is. Of free second floor Taylor Block main Street All Calls attended Day night West Fain St 0. Sells goods cheaper than any other store in in. 11 is Stock is the Best it will Dottl lie to Call. Apl�-�?T83 Job Lii a Joseo ssi manufacturer agony Byng is Eta blacksmithing and All kinds repairing neatly and promptly executed. All wont warranted first Clas. Shop one Square East Quot it v Hall Steubenville Street. Jim 1-83 boots amp shoes made to order by William Ogier. Shop East Side Public Square in Davis r Ide Ood work and terms very reason mar3-t� . Ramsey m. Do a physician and surgeon formerly House surgeon Providence ii03-Rital. End one the attending physicians rational medical dispensary Washington d. Office in Hutchinson Block main Street apl2�?T83dy Cambridge. Chem to ,. Druggist. M. Mcgill proprietor Pilj drug store Adams building Cambridge His i Iii por working people. Send ill cents postage and we will mail a i you free a Royal valuable a a pie Box goods that will put you in the Way making More Money in a few lays than you Ever thought possible at any Pun iness. It capital not required. You can Bro at dome and work in spare time Only ail la time. All Bot ii sets nil age grandly successful. Fifty cents to $5 easily earned every evening. That All who want work May test the business we make this unparalleled Oiler. All who Are not Well sat is lied we will Send $1 to for the trouble writing us. Full particulars directions Etc sent tree. Immense absolutely sure for All who Start at once. Done to delay. Address Stinson amp co. Portland. Maine. Dei�?T84-iy Washington. The report the fourth auditor the Treasury for Tho fiscal year ended june to last shows the total expenditures account the Navy to have been $17,151,999, and also that Thoro w As expended $233,-768 Iii excess appropriations. There was an unexpended balance $382,723 certain appropriations. The amount paid to Navy pensioners during Tho year was $713,000. Prize Money to the amount $140,152 was distributed to 2,007 claimants and general claims to the amount $552,-078 have been adjusted in favor 2,300 persons. The president has appointed Alfred p. Edgerton fort Wayne ind., civil service commissioner in Placo Dorman la. Eaton resigned and William l. Tren Holm Charleston s. C., in Tho place John m. Gregory resigned. Captain w. P. Mccann United states Navy has been appointed president the naval advisory Board to succeed Admiral Simpson and was ordered to duty immediately. A agreement in Tho Dolphin matter has finally been reached Between Secretary to Hitney and . Roach. By Tho terms the agreement which is in every Way satisfactory to Tho contractor and the department the Dolphin is transferred to the Secretary the Navy leaving it to be settled by Tho courts whether the vessel has been completed according to contract whether she represents a property upon which the government has a Lien for moneys advanced Iii the course construction. If the Dolphin is found in All respects up to the requirements the Conli a t she is to be taken by Tho government at contract juice otherwise she is to lie taken at such less sum As shall be found necessary to be spent us it Hor to make Lier up in All respects to Tho Standard. Indian commissioner Atkins telegraphed to Secretary Lamar the 6th that a tour the 1 Ough the Oklahoma country has convinced him that the squatters and alleged cattle men now there Are a Boomers a and that it will require Tho military to put them out and keep them out. On the recommendation the director the mint Secretary Manning has authorized the suspension the Force at Tho c arson c Ity mint the ground that increased deposits and waning mining Industry entering there does not justify its continued existence. Since Tho coinage the Standard Silver Dollar at Carson City was suspended the mint has Only been used As an assay office. The Herald office is supplied with a new and Complete outfit the latest styles Job material our is prepared to execute All kind a i Job Ork the shortest possible notion. Advertisers will find its columns the Best medium in Tbs county for reaching the attention the Beta a lass people and at the lowest living rain. Terms advertising and Job prices Oan in a a pertained and Sample work furnished . During Tho week ended the ctr were for a the United states 154 for Canada 25 a total 1.9 As compared with 201 the previous week. J he will the la a try w. Shaw Josh Billings w As filed by the surrogates Ollie at new York Tho till. bequeathed $1,000 each to his two daughters and his sons in Law and divides his books lectures etc., Between his wife and two daughters. leaves ills wife All the interest arising out his investments and at her death it is to be divided Between ii is two daughters. The Market value Tho estate is $93,000. Lentz Lilly amp co is collieries near Delano fa., resumed work Tho 6th, Tho operators acceding to All the demands Tho striking miners. Tho Mon have been a strike All summer. Tho number pm i Joyed at those collieries is nearly four Hundred. Timothy f. Gorman was arrested at Boston the 6th, charged with embezzling Between $8,000 and $10,000, the property his employers John a. Lowell amp co., the Well known engravers w Hose assignment was recently announced. His method was to collect upon Bills duo the firm and pocket the proceeds and falsifying the books to cover. John d. Spencer sex Deputy postmaster Mexico Oswego county n. Y., was arrested Tho 6th for robbing the mails while in office. Spencer was moved from Oft co last summer. Ile is already under indictment for larceny and is also charged with opening letters belonging to another person. The total imports dry goods at new York during Tho Wook ended the 7th were valued at $1,486,473 and the amount thrown the Market at $1,422,979. Among the subscriptions to the Grant Monument fund the 6t.h was one for $1,630 through Drexel Hays amp co., Baris. The amount represented sums greater less from citizens Hamburg and Amsterdam. Tho total amount the fund is now $94,000. A instalment mormon converts numbering 250, composed old and Young men women and children arrived at new a Ork Tho 6th. They were recruited from All sections great Britain and Europe and were As Aruiz healthy rugged appearing people but bore Tho look illiteracy distinctly marked. Land have been leased for Oil Boring Junir poses in Mio Vicinity and work will be com Merced soon 011 Many new Wells. Re thousand Coal miners in Tho Hocking \ Alley and at Shawnee struck Tho Bill for a ten per cent Advance in Tho Price mining As voted for at the state miners convention. The operators say they will shut Down Tho mines rather than the Advance. Or. I. Nonamaker and wife wore found dead in Bod at their Home in Salida cal., a Low Days ago with Bullet Hole through their tem Dos. A letter left by Nonamaker stated in substance that they Hail become discouraged and had mutually Agi oed to commit suicide at a certain hour but the general belief is that Nona maker killed his wife during a jealous lit and then committed suicide. In Tho United states circuit court at Cleveland o., the 6th Henry King i Pittsburgh was awarded a verdict $10,000 damages against Tho City Cleveland. King who is the manager four Iron furnaces in Pittsburgh was driving through Bank Street one evening in november 18<9, when the vehicle encountered a Heap building material and was overturned breaking his leg and otherwise injuring him. Tho amount is a notable exception to the awards usually made to seekers for damages from accidents like nature. A fire in Tho St. Paul amp Pacific Coal company a Dock at Connors Point the 6th destroyed ten thousand tons Coal entailing a loss to the company from $50,000 to $70,000. Hon. Robert Johnston judge the county court at Harrisonburg va., died tile 6th in his Seventieth year. He was for Many years auditor the slate Irginia before the War and was a member the Confederate Congress. Buy the Gem Singer machine. Gold Only easy payments Over five million in use. Prescript Ess cirs Fally Coa Ponisi a i paper school books and stationery a i a Peru Neit soaps Feather dusters Mize. Paints Blue grass condition powders for horses and cattle kept in Stock and sold at reasonable terms. Mvi s a office one door West Ogieru a Dru it store. Quot Needles oils Anil attachments for All machines. Fob 15 in ii. \ la i ii agent he Large value that will in presents Given away. I end us 5 cents postage. An a by mail you will >1 it free a package goods tart you in work that hotels. Opposite court House Cambridge Olio Joseph Morton proprietor. First class in every particular and Centra de8�?T84-tf Eagle Tot Iii k a. Gill proprietor. Main Street Cambridge Ohio. The leading House in town $2.00 per Day. In a pm f will at once bring Yourn Mono faster thin Cise in America. Ail about Hie f200, in presents with each Box. Agents wanted everywhere either sex Ai Ages Ora i the time spar time Only to work Tor us it their own Homos. Fortunes for nil workers absolutely assured. Done to delay ii Hallett amp co., Portland. Me. Decf�?T/4-Ly Coli us manufacturer Bigg has and wagons. He is also prepared Todo All kinds 1 ufos a ks3i it i ii no at reasonable rates. $78 hop South end Mill Street. C-Itllllm-dl.-, Oil to. Arcade hotel Cambridge Ohio. William Weaver proper. N Carest hotel to Railroad depots. First d�18 54-tf i Exchange hotel Caldwell. Ohio. John w. Robinson proprietor. Every attention Comfort and convenience riven guests. Rood stabling connected with the House. $45$ .50 per Day. Jjr6�?T52-tf Zoz to cd. . $1.50 per Day. Corner Market and fourth Street. We. Kirk Send six cents for postage arid receive free a costly Box goods which will. Help you to More Momy Light away than anything in this world All at either sex succeed i nun first the Oread Road to Fortune open in for the worker absolutely sure. At once address True a co., Augusta Maine. De4�?T84-Ly t. Stanley if Aper Langor Cambridge Ohio. All orders left at Ogieru a store will receive prompt att nation. Ipoh Ltd p. I Mon Money than at anything else Iii y taking it i Agency Tor the Best Iii Ling Book out. Beginners Sui feed grandly. None Tail. Terms free. Hallett Book co., Portland me. De4�?T84-Ly time sch it it Lii it Fop �., w. Amp x. V. Fly. Co. Iii Earle Tiik ii i tact off. no. 3. No. 1.1 stations p. In. A. In proprietor mar2-tf Zanesville Ohio. Ompson Crow proprietor Farmers hotel Mill Street one Square South we. Ramey in Bon dry goods Sun. 2 id 2 20 2 a it 2 i 3 to 6 to 7 0 it 4 5 Iff a 30 7 45 Blue Bell. H min Point pleasant. 8 24 a amp m. Junction. 8 341.hartford 8 54senecaville. 0 24 a. Morgan j Tilv 8 54 Cambridge Ltd. Amp it jul 20zanesville Barnesville. J Bellaire. 1wheeling. No. 2. No. 4. A m. M. Ii 27 Roll 6 40 to 45 6 25 to 41 6 22 to i6 6 15 to to 6 62 6 50 5 45 6 45 4 30 0 36 4 to 8 52 4 57 7 40 3 45 7 Joi 3 20. Mar2�?Ttf j. W. Lippi h cot to proprietor the Bee cd ult House Eor. Broadway Aud South Street Quaker City. Ohio. O every attention Necea pary to their Comfort. Mar2-tf american mouse Washington Ohio. James h3iirtji, proper f flood stabling connected with the House. _ jcg2-Saf Agha a�5i n pres Batesville . Vav ins i an Ley Gen. Manager Cumberland Xi31 be Tai sle if a Able route scheduled aking effect May 24, �?T85 trains depart from i. Amp St. L. By. Depot Newcomerstown As follows going West. Globe House Elji Beland 05310. James Canady proper ,fhp., hotel . No free to Sass sir Quot a Juljjs Simiu l. Cutter proprietor. 31 Ai 3 St., Cumbe k Laad newly furnished throughout. First class Gotel rates Reiou Abl Good slab Wiuff Cincinnati express. Fast line. Columbus accommodation. West Rex mail express. Quot local freight. Limited express. I depart. A 10 05 am �?T2 52 Arn. 5 42arn12 46 pm. I 4 55 Jim a. 6 46 am a a. 11 15 pm going East. Limited express. I sex press. Eastern express. Fast line Dennison accommodation. Local freight. Depart. 2 to am i 2 36 Arn 16 go am 2 la pm 7 46 pm 3 Jam a everyday except sunday. I through coaches from new r Omer town to Pittsburgh Columbus Cincinnati Indianapolis and . Louis. Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. Trains run by Central Standard time. For time tables rates fare through tickets and furl her in format Ion regarding the running trains address . Ii. Kne. Ticket agent Newcomerstown Ohio James Mccrea v a to it i it Oral no Era Pittsburgh a j l. A. Ford Gen i puss. Agt., Pittsburgh Fig the East. In the criminal court at Pittsburgh the 2d, John Burch the negro jockey who shot Anil killed Rich balls a Driver James Kiley Toledo o., at Homewood Park last july was convicted murder in the second degree. A collision occurred the East Tennessee Virginia amp Georgia Railroad near Talladega ala., the 3d. Thirteen cars were wrecked and four men badly injured one dying soon after the Accident. General Hancock has notified the Park commissioners new York City that the government w ill at once proceed to erect comfortable Winter Barracks for the soldiers guard at general Grants Tomb. I he Violice station House at Rome n. Y., was destroyed by fire the night the 3d, and two prisoners named Connors and Dillon were burned to death. It is stated that the building was entirely deserted when the fire broke out. Tho keeper claims to have been called away an duty. The Alf air causes much excitement. The Schooner Daisy Straiker which sailed from new London conn., september 4, for a months cruise to the halibut grounds has been Given up by her owners As lost with All Board. The Crew consisted Captain Schofield and his son and six sailors All new London. A new come any which will attempt to cover All the natural territory within the Belt is being formed at Pittsburgh and will Apody for a charter for Tho right to bore for natural Market it and pipe it from any the counties Westmoreland Indiana Butler Beaver Lawrence Mercer Armstrong Allegheny. The capital the new company will be Between $4, xxx too and $5,000,000 and its i Rincie it Al offices will be in Pittsburgh. Word was received by Ira. Bankey Tho evangelist at new Castle pa., the 4th, announcing Tho sudden death his son Harry l. Sankey in London a few Days ago. Tho National women a Christian tem Joe Rance Union concluded its convention at Philadele it Hia the 4th, and adjourned to meet next year at Minneapolis. It is reported that Tho new York Central and Pennsylvania railroads contemplate withdrawing their fast trains Between new York and Chicago owing to the fact that they Are not profitable. About $1, was collected for Tho soldiers and sailors Monument fund at Rochester n. Y., by Means boxes placed at the jelling Jaces in that City election Day. The fund now amounts to about $10,000. M. Bartholdi the soul Vitor arrived at new York Tho steamship amerique Tho 4th. was received by a number prominent French residents. Benjamin j. Crew Secretary Tho society for the Protection children from cruelty died the 5th at his summer residence Atco n. J., kidney disease. After three years continuous work Tho Buck Mountain vein Coal fourteen feet thick and excellent Quality Lias been struck Tho Bone tract near Brackville a. I Atrick Curran the Man convicted firing the Woods in Lycoming county pa., last june has made a confession recounting his former connection with Mollie Maguiree Aud counterfeiters in Pennsylvania Quot and giving details a murder committed by him near Howard that state in 1863. Peter Mccarthy was fatally injured and Michael Wood seriously burned by the explosion natural at Pittsburgh the 5th. Tho men were digging a Trench and had just lit a Light to work by. The Light Corning in Contact with leaking from the pixies along Tho Street caused the explosion. The Benefit tendered to the Mother the jockey j aul Potter who was killed 011 Tho track some Days ago took place at Jerome Park new York the 5th. The net receipts amounted to nearly $4,000. James w. Ferguson at one time president Tho National association Amateur oarsmen died at Philadelphia the 5th. Eddie Townsend aged six years and Fred. Mcallister aged five years inmates Tho Catholic orphan Asylum at Troy n. Y., left that institution 011 the night Tho 3d and lost their Way. Search was made for them and the next morning Mcallister was found dead buried in a Clay Bank to his Chin. The Townsend boy returned voluntarily. A rolling Mill to manufacture Iron hoops by the use recently patented Aud highly improved machinery is to be established at Milton a. Employment will to afforded a Large number hands business failures throughout the country West and South. Rev. Thomas Lennant aged 115 years Aud for ninety years a methodist minister died at Evansville ark., Tho 2d. He was believed to be the oldest preacher in the world. He was born in 1771 and located in Arkansas in 1819. Miss Katie Abb a Well known and popular Young lady Louisville ky., was kneeling before a grate saying Hor a a razors Tho night the 3d, when Lier clothing caught fire and she was burned to death. Suit has been brought in. The United states court at san Francisco by Fernando Marchino an old mexican Grant involving the title to land in that City and Vicinity valued at $10,000,000. At its session at Columbus the 4th Tho Ohio state miners association agreed to demand an increase ten cents in ton in the Price mining Coal and adopted a Resolution memorializing the legislature to enact a Law making it obligatory Union the aerators to weigh the Coal previous to screening. Late estimates the Dakota election returns indicate that Huron was chosen As the Caj Utal North Dakota. The court House at Toledo Cumberland i county 111., was entirely destroyed by fire 011 Tho 4th, with All Tho records the county. The jury in Tho Case the United states against Perry Bayne at Sextile . T., after boing out thirty minut son the 4th, returned a verdict not guilty. Bayne is one seven Mon who were indicted for murder in the first degree for killing two chinamen recently at squad. General Joseph e. Finegan a distinguished sex Confederate died at his Homo in Orange county fla., the 3d. was born in Loonis Ireland november 17, a a 4. John h. Allen manager Tho Southern Telegraph company at Augusta ga., War browned the 4th while bathing. General James l. Donaldson a Veteran the mexican War and Breve Ted major general meritorious services in the w a the rebellion died a ins Home in Baltimore the 4th, aged seventy one. In the United states court at Cincinnati the 4th four suits for damages against the Baltimore amp Ohio Railroad company growing out the erection their Bridge and approaches Over tile Ohio River at Bellaire were decided in Fauvor the Railroad company. At a meeting the Illinois state Board live Stock commissioners at Springfield Tho 6th, resolutions were adj item reciting that Many people Are reported to be engaged in Tho Sale and transportation Tho carcasses hogs which have died cholera and directing the Secretary the Board to notify Railroad com Junuios the penalties incurred by transporting such carcasses and to notify All veterinarians in the state that it is their duty to inform the slate Board any such infraction Law. William Kennebrew and Phil Johnson coloured Well diggers were blown to atoms at Atlanta ga., tile 5th by an explosion blasting powder. They were blasting Granite in a Well thirty feet below Tho surface when tile explosion occurred and Tho two bodies were shot up fifty foot in Tho air. One Tho bodies fell the ground a Hundred feet away from the Well. Tile other shot straight up in the air and fell Back in the Well. G. Groff aged seventy Connersville ind., was found dead in his bed at the Gibson House Cincinnati the 5th. He had taken Poison and left a letter stating that financial troubles and ill health a prompted the act. He leaves a wife and three children. James Dana brother the Well known editor the new York a Whilo out Hunting with e. Van Trott near Thorpe wig., the 5th, mistook Trott for a Deer and shot him in the Back. Tho victim the Accident May recover. A number business managers Ohio daily papers met at Columbus the 5th in response to a Call and effected a permanent organization by the election the following officers president by. S. Capella vice president f. Wendell a Secretary f. 8. Presby treasurer j. P. Chew executive committee j. Briggs i. F. Mack and j. Ii. Newton. Tho rest the business transacted was a nature pertaining solely to business management. On the 7th blizzards were reported raging in Tho Northwest and heavy Snow storms in North Dakota and at Brainard. Six inches Snow fell in Duluth Minn. Tho Farwell building at Chicago occupied by several wholesale firms was damaged by fire the 6th. Total loss estimated at $375,000 covered by insurance. Tho jury in the walkup poisoning Case at Emporia kau., Tho och returned a verdict not guilty. A Well was shot at Findlay o., the 6th and Oil to the extent 300 barrels daily is shooting up in the air to the height forty feet. Hundreds people have visited Tho Well thirty thousand acres foreign intelligence. A a party thirteen revolutionists disguised As sailors Tho 3d surprised and gagged Tho sentry at Tho Entrance Tho a it Rison in Cartagena Spain and released Twenty two convicts. Tho whole party then attempted to seize Tho Arsenal. The sentry guard resisted and was killed whereupon tile Garrison becoming alarmed fired a broadside at the party putting them to flight. Matthew Arnold has declined the chair poetry at Oxford the ground his Promise to support the candidacy . Francis Turner Palgrave. If . Palgrave withdraws from the contest it is probable i that . Arnold will accept Tho position. Rev. William Robinson Pieri i. I Crown principal and vice Chancellor the i University Aberdeen is dead. Or. has been connected with every important political measure which has been agitated in Scotland during Tho past forty one years. I he first through passenger train from j Winnipeg the Canadian Pacific rail a Road arrived at Montreal the 5th. J the statement mortality at Montreal for five weeks ended october 31 shows i 1,391 deaths from Small pox. Of those who died 1,286 were French canadians. The contract for building the Canada Pacific Railroad Bridge at Lachine has i been awarded to Robert Reid Guelph ont., who built Tho International Bridge i Over Tho Niagara River. The tender amounts to $3,006,000. Of the forty six Indian a prisoners recently tried before judge Rouleau Bat Leward n. W. T., sixteen were Dis charged Twenty nine were sent to the a it Penitentiary for Tonus ranging Between Twenty and Twenty two years and Elevon were sentenced to to hanged november 27. In lie latter were known to be directly concerned in the Frog Lake massacre. At Bonaventure ont., the 6th a woman named Fortin boarded a railway train with her ten year old son who was suffering from Small pox. The loud muttering Tho passengers so frightened til woman that just after leaving Tho Yard and while tile train was moving at the rate sixteen Miles an hour she took the boy to the platform the car Ami threw him from the train. She was arrested. As a result elections for members the prussian diet Tho strength Tho Jia ties in the lower House is As follows conservatives 140, free conservatives 60 clerical 99, National liberals 70, new German liberals 44, polos 14, Danes 3, Gull pcs 3. The German liberals Are victorious in Berlin and Breslau the nationals in Hanover and the clerical in Cologne Aud Franklin. Tue elections. Both branches new York legislature Republican a joint ballot by thirty two. Colonel Ouay a majority for state treasurer Pennsylvania will reach 40,000�? Iowa Republican a returns from other states. A a later news. Complete returns from All legislative districts in Virginia show Tho com Dexion the next legislature to liens follows Senate democrats 30 republicans to. House a Democrat 70 republicans 30. Democratic majority joint ballot 60. The Mcmicken University Elm Street Cincinnati was damaged by fire to the extent $39,000 Tho 7th. A valuable Library belonging to professor Eddy was among the losses. Sex judge Albert Cardozo died at his residence in new York City Tho 8th, aged fifty seven. was a Nativo Philadelphia. The follow ing appointments were made by the president the 7th Janies a Bayard Maryland to to Secretary Arizona Joseph c. Stringhan Indiana to Ijo Surveyor general Idaho James Dawson Colorado to lie survivor general Colorado John disc Arizona to be Surveyor general Arizona. Returns received at Des Moines up to the 9th places the majority Larabee Republican candidate for governor Iowa at about 8,Odo. A the knights labor san Francisco have issued a Call for a mass meeting to be held november 28, All Tho labor and trades unions to take action for the removal tile chinese from that City. Destructive cyclones visited different portions the South Tho 7th. At danger Field tex., tile House Hardy Pitman coloured was demolished and Pitman his wife and four children killed the residence a Willow named Bruce was also wrecked and hers an i daughter seriously Hurt. The Little Village Brownsville Sumpter county ala., was almost totally destroyed. No bees were lost but Many persons were injured. At Decatur term., the steamers ii Lei and spellbound were driven from the r moorings and wrecked and much other damage done. Two passenger trains the East Tennessee Road collided near Moss Creek thirty Miles East Knoxville the 7th. Both engines and both mail oars were wrecked. Mail agents a. Welch and f. Ii. Phillips were seriously injured and several other persons were slightly Hurt. The weekly statement the new York associated Banks issued the 7th, shows Tho following changes Loans decrease $3,401,900 sped decrease $3,189,300 Legal tenders decrease $717,800 deposits decrease $3,710,800 circulation increase $600 Reserve decrease $2,979,400. The Banks held $25,427,588 in excess Legal requirements. John Mccullough the actor died Quito suddenly at his residence in Philadelphia Tho 8th. He had been a sufferer for nearly two years from an affection the brain caused by blood poisoning and a few weeks ago was removed from Thi Bloomingdale Asylum to his Homo in Philadelphia. Or. Mccullough was born in Coleraine county Antrim Ireland november 14, l$33j a l came to this country in 1813, the result in the state. New York november 5.�?As revised returns tuesday s election Are received Tho extent the democratic Victory in this state is not diminished. General Jones will not run More than 5,000 behind governor Hill. The returns from the Interior counties so maintain the ratio estimated yesterday and which would give Hill 12,000 plurality. In the county it is yet Uncertain whether Keenan county Democrat Flack tammany is elected county clerk. My Adani Ehrlich and g. P. Hawes Are All elected judges the City court the two first named Are tammany men. The last named a Republican. The times says the Senate will stand 21 republicans toll democrats Hie Assembly 75 republicans to 53 democrats a Republican majority the joint ballot 32, and insures the election a Republican senator in 1887. The Tribune a figures the legislature Are about the same As those the times. The world says the Senate will stand re publicans 18, democrats 4 the Assembly republicans to and democrats 58. I he republicans elect four out Twenty four assemblymen from this City. The tammany county ticket is probably elected with the exception a Coroner. Governor Hill received the following Fyk Cutick mansion i to Washington nov. 4. F Hon. David b. Hill Elmira n. A i have just returned from Buffalo and Learned tin result when near Home. I heartily congratulate you your election. Grover Cleveland. New York nov. 4. Governor Hill accept my Hearty congratulations your decisive Victory. It. P. Flower. A Hundred guns were fired in Honor the governors election and a Large procession with a band paraded the principal streets. I tie following Telegram was sent last night _ new York november 4. Tim president please accept my cordial congratulations tile great democratic Victory new York Virginia and Maryland. They signify that tile democratic party can and does endorse and set Ain you and your Cabinet without the Aid treacherous allies. Vav. Voorhees. Pennsylvania. Philadelphia november 5.�? returns from All but four counties the state received indicate the election Quay state treasurer by a majority 33,000. Very Little scratching is reported. W. E. Rowan Republican is sheriff by a majority 12.000. Bell Republican for City treasurer has a majority 21,000. Every Republican candidate tile state and City tickets has been elected. Later official returns from eighty five counties in this state and revised estimates from tile remainder give Quay Republican for state treasurer 37,661 plurality. Complete returns will probably increase thai to 40.000. Maryland. Baltimore november 5.�?Tho total vote polled in this City was 56,455, divided the state ticket As follows comptroller Turner democratic 38,595 Miller Republican 19,113 Taylor prohibitionist 747 Turners plurality 19,s60. For clerk Tho court appeals a Jones democratic plurality 19,573. The majorities Given for the democratic candidates for offices in Baltimore ramrod from 10,397 for Fledderman sheriff to 13,594 for Banks Register wills. The unionists did no elect a single candidate. Returns from the state show that the democrats swept the state by a majority including Baltimore about 27,000, tile largest Tor Many years. The complexion the legislature will be about As follows Senate Twenty one democrats five republicans House eighty democrats eleven republicans. Democratic majority joint ballot eighty five against thirty seven last year. Washington county Only sends one Republican Delegate out four to the legislature. Virgina. Richmond nov. 5.�?election news continues to come in favourable to the democrats. Dispatches received Here last night show that there will be in the House delegates sixty eight democrats and in the Senate thirty making a Large democratic majority joint ballot. Leeds majority for governor from latest returns will be from 15,000 to 20.000. Illinois. Chicago nov. 5.�?the returns last evening show that the new election Law Lias been adopted by a majority from 13,000 to 14,-000. Benjamin i. Magruder the nonpartisan candidate for the vacancy the supreme Bench received All the votes cast. Gwynn Garnett Republican candidate for judge the supreme court has about 5.000 majority Over Laynes Democrat. Two Republican and two democratic county commissioners were elected. Iowa. Des Moines nov. 5.�?returns up to last night indicate that the republicans have elected the entire state ticket by a majority estimated at from 5,000 to 7,Boc and have carried Tho joint legislature it joint ballot by a Small majority and they have nine majority in the Senate and Tho House is still in doubt. Dakota. Huron nov. 5.�?returns received Bere from nearly thirty counties indicate that Huron will probably have 4,000 majority Over Pierre. The Black Hills Are estimated at 1,000 majority for Pierre. As Huron has already Over 5,000 More than Pierre Huron is confident that the temporary Capitol frill be located Here. The Constitution is carried by a Large vote and prohibition will probably pull through. The minority representation get a Large vote but not enough to carry. Massachusetts. Boston november 5.�?with six towns to hear from Robinsons plurality Over Prince is 129. Temperance. A dreaded sight. I love each country sight and sound i dearly love Tho strip Way that passes ii and winds around in pebbled smoothness away beyond my Home Hie Trees Over head hat cast their Cooling shadows inc traveler. Yet i dread tile Beer Man rattling by Tho door. Miscarriage glitters in the Sun a a j to shining shoos scarce touch hic Sand his Black Steed As Licet they run Ile sits and never moves a hand. Yet How he paints a me such skill i never saw dreamed before , Raake by heart stand still j hat Beer rattling by my door. W Here All was glad and Bright and free and innocent As Edens Dav one moment and again i see such pictures that i turn away. Faces Haiti drawn with lines pain and eyes which speak the Tai Oft Hoard crushed ambition with its train hearts grown Sicic Aud Hopes deferred. Tin sights i see i can not Tell want and rags and poverty purse and brain. The doom hell seems battling for the Mastery. Behold Here a hand All stained and dripping warm with brother a Gore i who stamped him w the the Mark Cain i he Beer Man rattling by the door i see a Strong and sturdy Frame j rushed by a mighty engine s Power j ii up ii loud Hilo sub ii in tune Alai children s tears Tail Iii a Shower yet unconcerned he sits the air is Iii a ast. And while i look upon the picture painted there and read them like in open Book they c Hange the figures Are withdrawn for All that cursed and cursing step slowly Down and follow him a ghastly sickly caravan. The Carriage glitters . Am a ii in evry Hoof that beats the Sod Fidius dust upon a Collin lid sends a spirit Home to god. Judgments alone belong to him. Of. Father god May these depart i l it Send one touch that is Akin to Gilman feeling in the heart i love each country sight and sound i love each soul god watches i it dread till dead and underground Hie Beer Man rattling by the door. Ala Hie to tin j Campbell in Toledo ii Lade. Rup so a stricken victims. Writhing their cot it in uncontrollable agony and Only subdued by tile use Aud scones at Bellevue Hospital. Down Tho lower basement Bellevue Hospital a Long Low room extends from Anorth to South. On either Side heavy Oaken doors in each which is a Small sliding wicket giving it a prison like air. the right a Small office looks upon the corridor an i Here was found . Connelly the orderly in charge. Ile is a slight clean shaven gentleman with twinkling Gray eyes that give no Token the heartrending Sci nos lie has witnessed during the nine years he has presided Over the Ward. A a you want to know our treatment path us a he queried when asked what course he followed. A Well i had b tier begin by telling you the Story in my own Way. It has never been written up and i am sure will prove interesting. E Are obliged to receive Only people sent from the station houses the pol be courts. Our patients Are generally Iii a pretty bad condition when they arrive Aud r first care is to see that they Are immediately bathed. In All 5 eases to s can not be done but where i it is possible we do a what Are the wort cases a a Beer drinkers. It seems to me that whisky does not make such a total wreck a Man As the Milder stimulant. I take the Drivers brewery wagons 1 who continuously dabble in Beer ii 11-Man sponges in fact we always experience considerable difficulty in get i Ting them their leg. A Moi course the patients stomach is j disordered Aud unable to retain and solid nourishment. The constant use i liquor creates an abnormal action the nerves Anil a craving for something to quiet the unusual excitement Lim it it water Aud milk is the Only tiling that 1 will rest upon the stomach after a pro i traded Debauch. quiet the nerves i we administer Bromide a cd you Ever give stimulants a . Connelly sin led at the question. Only a a the intelligent compositor came across the words a Cricket Tho with his usual perception lie saw that a Cricket Oil the Hearth was nonsense. A course a he thought a it is impossible to play Cricket a Hearth evidently it should be a Cricket the Heath Means Ile made the emendation and another Gray hair was added to Tho editors whitening transcript. But very Seldom and doctor s prescription. They beg for it. But we can not permit them to keep up their spree. They come Here As would a ship to a Harbor until the storm passes Over. A a some the cases that come Here Are quiet others again require the straightjacket and several Little appliances which we keep hardly had the words passed the speakers lips when a kick sounded upon the door. When it was opened a tall Stra get Man with a High White forehead stood upon the threshold. His hands were manacled to a heavy Belt which encircled his Waist. A emr. Connelly a he said As his fingers worked convulsively a a it a time Lor my the orderly Rose and took from his Cabinet a Small vial containing a dark Brown he i. With tremulous lips his hands still bound the patient swallowed the draught and left the room. A i remember one Case in particular a resumed the orderly. A the was n clergymen in this City and had been drinking for More than three weeks. However he was never really drunk always had what the boys Call a a quiet this is the kind a ease that bothers us. Because your Coo self contained men Are nearer the grave j than they think for. A Well we got him to bed. Slept for More than four when he told me that d Aion was precarious. He Hadnot Days and i knew his con you see when a the proposed Universal Day meets with no encouragement from astronomers. Upon the proposition to count the hours the Day from naught to Twenty four in civil life one them says that it will scarcely Ever to adopted for nobody except perhaps sick people lying in Bedwill have patience to count the strokes the clock up to . Tribune. A a a a a ingenious As was Josh Billings spelling a says the Boston transcript a the never excelled the Foretic system As illustrated in the diary . Jeames de la Bluche when he describes Tho boy god As a a Georgia Man made eleven dollars this season by swaging knives. A Man can to cat sleep its time for him to seek hied Cal attendance. After awhile i was startled by the most bloodcurdling shriek i Ever heard. I ran to ing his cot and twisting himself into every conceivable shape. Two tis were insufficient to hold him and at intervals to broke out in screams that would raise the hair upon your Bead. I sent at once for a brother Clergyman his but the attempt to soothe him was futile. Ile raved and foamed and beat the air with his hands. An injection morphine was used and after awhile he Sank asleep under the in Luence the . A three Days after we were Able to discharge him cured. Before he went i asked him in what his dreadful illusions consisted. He told me that he imagined a huge dog with gleaming Teeth crouched at the foot his bed. Every once in a while the brute would Spring upon him and Bury his tangs in his breast then he a do you Ever have the men return a a Evv by certainly though a Man who comes Here the third time suffering from the delirium Kremens is doomed. There i is no help for him because his system is total y enervated Aud the heart and flu much unable to perform their usual functions. Our deaths average about two per cent Tho people a Tiley Are searched i suppose a a undoubtedly and the examination at times develops some curious results. I remember once a fellow came Here in a most to ragged condition. You give two cents for All he had him. Covered with filth and vermin As he was we experienced considerable difficulty in cleaning him. During Tho process i went through his clothes. There were a number Pawn tickets in his pockets and i hardly expected to find anything value after seeing that As i surmised lie had Norfo ing. Next Day he had recuperated in a most extraordinary manner and asked very solicitous by where his shoes had been placed. I got them for him and he asked me to leave the . C Onnelly paused in his narrative and smoothed his Chin while the merry twinkle in ills Eye became More noticeable. A i rom Between the two portions the insole he went a that Oil tramp took out a Small piece oiled silk. I was watching him through the wicket w Hen its Waterproof covering was removed there Lay a $1,000 Bill. Al opened the door went in and took it from him. Next Day we Learned that he had a wife and two children whom he had deserted. A very often it happens that men Are sent Here who carry about with them not Only Money but valuables. The Warden receipts for them and they Are delivered to the patient when he leaves. A sometimes the cries Arad groans in this place would sicken you. Men. Cursing and raving and twisting at their Bonds when it is necessary to manacle them. I have an assistant and we always keep a close watch upon the men under our charge. Should a patient require any extra nourishment such As eggs Beefsteak chops not Down in the regular Bill fare he can always get As the orderly reached this Point in his Story there was a timid rap at Tho outer door the bolts were shot Back and a trembling woman stood upon the threshold. A Aback again a queried . Connelly not unkindly. A i can not do a Only one drink look at me a said the debauched visitor As she held out her shaking toil stained hands. Again the orderly Shook his head. A i can to do it a he answered a but Here s ten with a muttered prayer thanks i the w Oman left. A there you see the effect drink a Aid foe orderly As he turned again to the reporter. A i hat poor soul was Here this morning to ask me to give her a drink from the Medicine store. I do it without an order from a physician and told her so. Her husband was a patient not More than a month ago and i suppose Shell be in the woman a Ward in a few Hen the reporter was leaving a Man whose glaring eyes showed but too plainly that he was within a few moments an attack the dreadful disease was led in. His hair was Dis arranged and there was a nervous shifting air about his actions that left no doubt his purpose in being there. Till his experienced Eye the orderly noted his appearance and saw that Tho Case was worse than it appeared upon the surface. Rapidly the Man was undressed and taken to a room. Hardly had his shrunken form touched the White counterpane than whatever Little Light reason still lingered in his dulled Eves Laded away and his face became distorted with the horror that was filling his diseased brain. A take them away a he shouted As he Tore at the Collar the White night dress that had been put him a take them away in a a the jacket. Jim a said the orderly quietly and a Long sack like garment was brought in by the assistant. After a struggle the wriggling patient was enclosed Iii it and then the door was locked. A a lies la probably last until to Morrow said. Or. Connelly As he turned. The key. A a How men can drink when they have such awful examples before them is More than l can . Telegraph. A a a his last dram. _ f after drinking a pint whisky an old a a example a drops dead. John Chatham Pine station has been known As a heavy Drinker and has been held up to youths As an example what degradation will follow the use intoxicating liquors. It was made known this morning that John died yesterday after drinking a pint whisky. Chatham had been a protracted spree. Ovll his mone3r was gone. He was thirsting for a drink and he walked to the hotel bar and asked for a Glass liquor. The bartender said a if you drink a pint whisky you can have it for this liberality astonished Chatham. Recovering himself he said in an excited Maimer a give it me and ill drink the bartender poured out a pint whisky Iii a Large Glass. Chatham grasped the Glass raised it to his lips and never lowered it until the last drop gurgled Down his Throat. Smacking his lips he Laid the Glass the bar rubbing his hands in ecstasy. He exclaimed a he tottered toward the door a that has made a new Mau he fell to the floor unconscious. Tho bartender picked him up. Chatham was dead. A Williamsport a Bis Patch. Temperance items. One Hundred years ago it was Manly to drink. Now it is Manly to let drink record. A practical Temperance measure is that introducing scientific Bustruc Tina my patients cell and found him Writh Al ,. ,1 in., Al i.i ii Monif 1 concerning alcohol into the schools. There is Hope always in the right Edu Koinig. A Cambridge trib cation the a Fie. The w. U. Of san Francisco cal., has issued an address to the pastors and members churches throughout the state calling their attention to the great increase intemperance especially among the Young. A physician has discovered that Nitro Glycerine is a Superior heart stimulant to Brandy and May be safely substituted for the latter in Many cases. It has the Merit creating no in i natural craving. Thus do the doctors continue to Batter Down the bulwark the liquor . The most novel bestow ment wealth Tor the Public Good lately is that John ii. Tolman Lynn mass., who has Given $30,000 for Tho enforcement the liquor Laws and trustees the fund Are now pushing liquor prosecutions. Or. Tolman is seventy nine years old never used to Bacco liquor Tea Coffee Moat an ctr is Hale and Hearty j

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