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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1885, Cambridge, Ohio My met thursday Cambridge Guernsey co Olla Mahaffey amp Ogier editors and profit Letona terms of is Quot a Quot a a a. Vol. Xvii. Business Cabus. . Matheis. a. Heads. Mathews amp Heade Attoe n yes Law. In Hutchison Block m Ohio notary Public in office. Majl5\s5-tf.c. Steele. 1 used. L. Rosemond. Steele a Rosemond a Tutor n Eysa to la w Cami Skidge Ohio. Office Over Oil National notary in office. Bank. Livery stable. S. S. Ca ranks shop Kvietok of in ill no. 6 Fine Street near main mar2�?Tt&y� Camhi in to 41 . W. A. Carp Kutek and notary Public Cam Bullier office in Davis Block. Ohio. 1cci3�?T83-tf j same a c. Luccock xjiv7tr love Isi a11 courts of state will room e prompt attention. Office in he Cosgrave building Mam Street Cambridge Ohio. Novoro 82-tf Craig attorney Lan amp notary Public Washington Guernsey count . Ohio. 1&. Ii is Olirs Marble and Granite works Ca Ira my i Ohio. Rih is 1,an.<1 a Ihu get few <�?~�?~1 a grated red i a Granite monuments Low mar to Tii Badian so d american Marble mantles a to wild jul Allty Marble and ask tip keeps constantly on hand a Large and Good Tock of Maraca. I and mole i#�-atl.�>�. A la a in a a i .4 k in a no is Hoe i tiding which Are sold reasonable prices. Cash my a Ion re in a Quot bark i eoe m eni k pop Jan 11 my of Cumberland a Al. Roeieilejjec., Cambridge g us Rose v co., Ohio thursday september 17, 1885. Number 15. News of tue week. Gathered from All quarters. Do a i x a business entrusted to prompt attention. B. Taylor. Ulm a ill receive feb of wast main ., Cambridge 0 a ? Eheart than any other store in in tit Stock 18 of u will �?-irll11-___ api Tubu Moss manufacturer of la. Scott. Taylor amp Scott a tto x yes a a a Cambridge Ohio. Tsyn to flies in Ike new Taylor Block. 9 a amp of go to physicians and a urge is. L. G. Wells m. 0., . Office second floor. Taylor Block main Street. All Calls attended Day night. Blacksmithing and All kinds of repairing i Kromy Tiv executed. Allwork War niji8 shop one Square Oast of i Hallam Steubenville Street. Juliis boots so shoes made to order Byor. Us East i be Quot Public Square in Davis Able work and terms very reason mar3-tf i. Ramsey . D., frisian a c. Formerly Hosso surgeon Brin Effiee in Hutchinson Block is "pl-83-1j am ski i a v i to Street Oun druggist. F working people. Send to cents postage my we wiil a i Roe a Royal valuable Sci no a a pit la of goods i Bat will Jolt n Way of making. Mono in a few by Lim he us lit pos Ible Ain n a ilm1 in Ltd hum i. You can live Aii m in. And work in spare time Only All time. All of both sexes of All ago Grann seecs ill. Fifty cents to 5 till \ a Tjit All who want in i a i he u a a Ltd miss we make this in Paia lie led offer to All who Art not Well Saf u i 4,d #1 i Quot for trouble o 1 Olfus us in Eulais lire Tion Ole flit tree. Immense absolute sure ii Ait who Start once. Don delay dare by &&&&., port land. I Aine. Der to id a la Hill v Thio Sims he Lilje. Lifter of City drug store Adams building Cash Ridge a Sold Only on Fasy payments Over five Muj in use. Prescriptions carefully compound fch�o1 books and sent Minerv m x c. A i n to Quot a u a Lido i towns kit Wash i Moton. The president will soon Issue an order limiting time within which he will re eel to callers to Between eleven and one clock on mondays wednesdays and fridays. Later in fall when work on Bis message he will see callers on Only oho Day in week. In a synopsis report of committee on hallways Union Pacific figures As follows year ending june 20, 18s��?earnings, $17,830,1 to expenses $0,008,043 net earnings $8,737,817. The corresponding year of 1884 shows earnings $10,077 483 expenses $10,250,891 net earnings $8,817 a 502. A circular prescribing conditions under which railroads running through tile Public lands can Cut Timber on those lands has been issued by general land of missioner Sparks. No Timber can to Cut except for construction purposes and during Tim of such construction. Tho size of Trees to lie Cut must be eight inches More in diameter. The time of cutting is confined to live years after definite location of Railroad. No Timber can be Cut from Indian reservations Public Parks from Mineral lands. The Secretary of Treasury has received a communication from an american residing in Hungary in which he offers to contribute 100,000 florins toward liquidation of National debt. Tho Treasury officials believe offer to have Boen made in Good Faith but Are awaiting arrival of Hie Money before revealing name of generous exile. A proclamation was issued by president on tile loth suspending collection of tonnage dues on All vessels arriving in i any port of United states from Colombia. This action is taken because no tax tonnage due is imposed by Coloni i by government on United state vessels. Presidential appointments on Lith Moses a. Hopkins of North Carolina to be minister and Consul general Liberia Ira jul Donga to a supervising inspector of steam vessels for Memphis to in District Henry m. Gilbert of new York c enrol Trieste James m. Kosse of new we Consul three Rivers Canada. . Hopkins newly appointed minister to Liberia was born a slave in Montgomery county a. He was endorsed by governor Aud state ulcers of North Carolina. Adjutant general drum has been notified that no further trouble has occurred in Tom no Ainee return of chinamen and tile troops Are prepared to preserve peace. I h. Second comptroller of Treasury is i Elined to open Lite accounts of Baltimore a Ohio Railroad for trams put a nation of troops etc., during War. Attorneys for Railroad claim that own Quot to exposure to danger should have been allowed full rates instead of reduced War . The comptroller decides that1 there is no complaint of errors and no Sun for accounts. Plizia Woolen Mills had assumed a serious aspect. Assaults upon he weavers now Iii Quot were frequent. Women employed ii Herald office is supplied with a new and Complete outfit of latest styles of Job material arid is prepared to execute All kinds of Job work on shortest possible notice. Advertisers will find its columns Best medium is Tbs county for reaching attention of Bott class of people and lowest living Stet terms of advertising and Job prices can by ascertained and samples of work furnished of Flotat eation. Wor Rea Ler a upfront. E a s Given a ii i us 5edit and by mail get lice e of goods of in work that faster i leu j opposite court House a air in Ritly be Ohio Joseph Morton proprietor. First class in every particular and font Rel to. Anoa. Del so of Hac a a a Iichi a w. A. Gill proprietor main Street Cambridge Ohio. The leading House in town $2.00 Day. _ Marh if Arcade hotel Cambridge Ohio. Illiam Weaver Proi . Cost nearest hotel a a inroad Lepot. First a Delft of Exchange hotel Cald a ill _ Ohio John w. Robinson proprietor. Every attention Comfort and convenience riven tues. Good Fabling connected House. 2 1.50 per Day. By a hmm Jill xxx ill s. Houses $1.50 per Day. Corner Market and fourth streets. S a a j Hurge value that will once Brit. Eiso i jail about tie in with. H Box Ltd not to Ai. Tim. Spain Quot Tim. Only. W in Rel in i to loaf k fortunes for a1 Ujj Jec Onu Al a n u fact of i Ooi is Ami was is. He is also prepared Todo All kinds of vhf vim in ung reasonable Rabs. 5?/�?o8hop South end Mill Street. A . Ohio East. As explosion occurred in company Salto in Mills were afraid to appear upon streets even in Day time without an escort and night they keep clone Home. Cameron Y., on loth a Gas Well was struck a depth of Lifty feet while one of residents was Boring for water. I to strike created Groat excitement and Oil speculators Are already easing land believing Large quantities of Oil Are under surface. V Illiam Aimer son of a prominent Farmer living near Wurtemburg Lawrence county pa., was arrested on 10th Foi stealing a registered letter containing $2� Oufa of Post office Iii that Village. Joseph c. Fisher formerly postmaster new Brunswick J., Ami More recently superintendent of tatar in a Island was found dead in his bed Pierrepont House Brooklyn Y., on 10th having been suffocated by Gas. Tho Gas had been left turned on but whether intentionally not is not known. is stated on authority of one of his intimate Baptist friends Iii Rochester that Rev. . S. M. Duncan will decline presidency of Vassar College to Winch he was recently Elei us. I he inventory Aud schedules of Martin co., of Buff a1 tit leather dealers who made an assignment about a Mouth ago were filed on Lith. The assets a nominal value Are placed $2fi 523 32 actual value $8,933. The liabilities Are reported $230,391.35. Near Canton miss., a few Days ago Leon Cockrell a negro shot and killed Aaron w Arz a coloured Deacon while latter was kneeling with congregation in prayer. The nine months lockout of Glass houses Bellaire ended on Lith Aud work was resumed. I lie holies of in United Stales have been called upon to contribute to endowment of professorships for now Catholic University endowed by miss Caldwell. Business failures throughout country for week ended August la numbered -�?T"3, As compared with a total of Kin last w Eek and 18 week previous. The in crease is altogether in Pacific and i Western states. Senator us toy of Ithaca V., has Given $5,000 and two Village Homos to i ladies i Nion benevolent society that j City one of . Buildings for a Hospital j and other for an orphanage and place w Hen a Oor women can h ave their children j while Day service. Beal Admiral John a j a n., died his reside j City on loth entered tin Navy tin j and was commissioned i sits. Pittsford Y., a ing for Salt on 11 of Rock Salt Ever reach continent and lie first was opened. Tho lied surface. About pied Iii sinking increase of 7,720,400 pounds Over eleven months of previous year. Hie governor of Missouri has issued a requisition for William Bokay alias a Boudin Billy a and Many other names who is wan fed in . Louis for obtaining $3,500 on a bogus Cheek. To is now in jail Portland to. I w i pity two of supposed leaders of Rock Springs Wyoming massacre have been arrested including Isaiah hit House a member elect of legislature. More arrests xviii follow. The nuni s against prisoners Are murder and arson rioting and robbery. The Safe in county treasurers office Linn Creek Camden county mo., was blown open by burglars a few nights ago and $i,00u in Money was taken. I he september crop report of Ohio state Board of agriculture based on returns from nearly 1,000 townships gives to bowing estimates wheat probable total bushels 21,707,733, compared with a five years average of 41,005,219. Oats probable total bushels 42,051,030, against a five years average of 21,733,280 bushels. This lop is largest on record. Corny i Rob lilo total bushels ij2,192,741 against a five years average of 97,348,891 Rye probable total 87 per cent. Barley i reliable total 75 percent. Potatoes probable yield per acre 87 bushels. Tobacco area compared with five years average �1 percent. Clover for seed�?area$2 per cent., condition 52 percent. Apples compared with full crop 43 per cent. Pears compared with full crop 83 per cent. with full arc ii 09 cent. Lour companies of troops on 9th escorted about one thousand chinese from vim to Rock Springs Wyoming including those recently driven out from a Ahey will resume work in a a him. There is a Bitt feeling against Railroad Eoj Tauy for this action. Muncie ind., a few Days ago six tramps were released from cola Boose and made to a run nearly two Hundred men and boys with whips and dulls formed in Lino. The tramp Dyn miters arrested. Throe Fenton members of dry goods Equality association arrested for causing explosion store of carry Brothers new York City. New York september 14.�? two of clock on morning of february 1st, this year an explosion As loud As discharge of half a dozen Cannon occurred on Corner of grand and Allen streets. Sev Rai minutes after explosion caused greatest excitement Iii neighbourhood policemen were seen running Iii every direction and Many of inmates of tenements close by believing that everything was going to pieces from Shock of an earthquake called for help from windows on Lipper floors of their residences. I lie show windows of Larry bros., Corner of grand and Allen streets were almost entirely demolished. Over one Hundred panes of Glass in bul Ley s building on of Quisito Side of Street were shattered. A few minutes i i explosion police were convinced that an attempt had been made to blow in tile airy Brothers store with dynamite rom evidence obtained soon after explosion blame was once thrown on dry goods Equality association which numbered Over Soo members and which held regular sessions their Headquarters in Orchard Hall. On account of trouble Between Cany Brothers and members of Hie Equality association just previous to sex Tosiou several arrest were nude but All tin prisoners were discharged for want of evidence. After months of hard detective work in so Ector Byrnes finally obtained sufficient evidence to justify him Iii belief that explosion was beyond a doubt work of members of association lie immediately Sot to work and tried to have one of ins detectives elected a member of organization but every time his name came up before meeting for election he was a lolled. After several weeks de army of Tennessee. And ran into River which i lugs and on tin a jeep. All emerged safely on and soon disappeared Down Livingston u. In not a York us life one. To of Imine Floii Admiral in Down Lim was not very other Sid tin Railroad. Neal a Bidwell a hotel Westminster near Lima o., was blown up by dynamite Quot ii night of 9th. The building a two Story Frame was wrecked but occupants escaped with slight injury. No Elm to perpetrators of outrage. I he negro Scales who out raged a Little ii a cd year old White girl Walton ky., a few Days ago was taken from jail Burlington that state on night of i till by a Ami hanged to a tree. Feel Ive gained Confidence of three sons of proprietor of Orchard Hall named a com pm. From flu boys he Learned that had frequently Steard members of association speaking about blowing up build ill re Oigt j. Ii. A a. . Iii Clit before explosion ii i Annj Tine of men Bertin first bed by mining Oil this i mine in America d ii s 995 f. To below yet a ohs been a Ocilla la. A says for Ltd Dan eel foreign intelligence. Dispatch of 9th from Winnipeg full Bench had refused a my trial and French population wort sly excited. . Stanley in o xxx fall o a Cam j Chi in Ohio. All Orch prompt is ii is 3 j new m free. I \ is of logic re a store j Dot Bou Grandl is of Hun n Jig. N i out. To will receive up gym f to ii by timing Els. By for Best la winners sue in Bill. Terms a timid me. _det�?T84-1 v time Nehe Dule for x. By. Tim Eta la i a to k a no. 3. No. 1.1 i a i. A. O. Heel let . X we. Kirk mar2-tf pro in Wietor. Zanies Ville Ohio. Crow proprietor of Farmers hotel a a a to 01 we a p. In. 1 40 j 50 2 of 2 i 2 20 2 50 w. Ii. E. By. Cumberland a no. 2 i in a a. O. 4. 50 to urn a. Blue of amp i. J 7 no a in Oil a i i Jtj 9 05 Hartford to none Euville. K Ooi a. Morgan jct. By. A. In. I la ii 45 10 50 11 25 to to in. 7 x 5 5f 5 4 ii 5 of i i Iii 5 n i Psi in vie Winstanley a a Martof a a . So b i i i x j Vej j re proprietor of Beecher House Cor. Broadway Aud South Street a Quaker City a. Moro to th5r is every american i a a amp ii e a Washington Ohio. James Smith proper i Good stabling connected with Touso. Csc of Batesville Gen. Manager Cumberland Tofu Taule j. In i Fin handle is ii to schedule taking Khz cot May 34,�?T89 trains depart from p. C. Amp l by Denof new Omar Stovin As follows a going West. j 9 com Beh land oj5jo. James Canady proper. .nu7h7r&Quot."73bgs?-&Quot no by of fleeced wit ii Lite . 004 Cincinnati express i ast Lino. Columbus Ai Ommo Dation yes in express mail met a oui freight. Iii suited express. Going East i in part. To 5 am 2 52 am 5 42 am Viz Iff pm 4 55 pm of 40 am ill 15 a terrible l Philadelphia amp Pleadin Colliery Brandi Dale Schuylkill county pa., on 9th. John Lynn aged seven ten was instantly killed Robert Frow Charles Mccauley Barney Mcgovern Audi Alexander brew probably fatally a a riled and several others More its a piously injured. Tho exp Dorion was caused by Gas coming in Contact with miners naked lamps. I. I. Buck aged sixty years was found Lea i in Sun nor House of Central Park n y., on .8th. He had committed Sui a Cido. On his Ferson were found letters to leading men throughout country and to All prominent newspapers of new i Ork City. Solomon Levine and Isaac Rosent. In two alleged Canadian jewellers were Lodge in jail new York City on Atli. I hey were arrested on charge of Bavin Worth of jewelry to diff erect through fal.10 Rop Reszuta Tims. Nearly four Hundred mormon emigrants in charge of elder hum Ireys arrived Castle Garden new York on 9th in toe Steamer Wisconsin from Liverpool Many of them Are scandinavians and germans Aud fully one half Are women and children. They were received by j. Hart Utah emigration agent and once left for West. I Wenty thousand people attended reunion of Illinois soldiers Centralia on 9th. Speeches were made by Thomas sex a Vornor Hamilton and senator Collum. According to reports of commissioners of emigration 330,030 immigrants arrived port of now York during year 1884. President Adams of tin Railroad has completed not banking houses for they agreeing to take a Laid a various issues of Bonds of company paying Cash therefor. Tho rate of interest is said to to less than five per cent. Christopher Cooper a resilient of town of Livingstone Y., died on ii advanced ago of 113 years. To was oldest Man time of his Leath in that state. Colonel William Sirwell who commanded seventy eighth Pennsylvania get min during Jato War died his residence in Kittanning pa., on 9thloin cancer of Throat his symptoms West and South. 0.�?Tnlrgrant can to"u�?~t1 a of that a a railed crossing Kinston in Klaf. Were run Down by a Tram on chs on 10th Ven and m work est a Peak amp Ohio Railroad arum instantly an loth Massachusetts Ivo Hibi killed. The doctor was widely known a tick to la,ute., Melvin a. Coe Quot Ana orc nor �?~t�?~"l7 i of a Al Quot was a real on he of Worcester Secretary of a a i la Keogh for perjury and acquitted. Kempton of Sharon treader to f cafse1wavin u,w10t of 1,10 court Mart to. I a 4 a jrea9urer� Charles Taal of lieutenant j. C. Fremont in in. A Davis of Natick attorney general ten Bor 1884. To. Ainu i. Airfield of Malden auditor,1 while workmen wore blasting a Well near children a Home Lancaster Union Pacific donations with of leading Boston a loan of $3, my too amount of Battery in fifth artillery mount d guard Over general Grants Tomb on ninth relieving Battery of Namer Gimi which Lias been on duty since funeral. is expect Quot i Tomb will to guarded by troops until january and perhaps longer. I a convention of Ocsid uts of Livingston county Y., of both sexes held Danville outline Lith passed Rosolyn i ens calling inspectors of i country to Tak uhe votes of All women who Are que uhf a under revised statutes. . Rockwell an sex banker of Union Y., and his clerk. Palmer were arrested on Lith charged with larceny in first degree in appropriating $50,-ooo. The complaint was made by mrs. Livingston a depositor. Tile Western port Ion of Union depot Huntingdon pa., was damaged to extent of $15,000 on Lith. A switch West of depot was left closed and Engineer of a Coal train not noticing rail his train full Speed Over tin switch and into building. The Engineer and fireman escaped by jumping. On 12th total receipts of Grant i memorial fund now York footed in $93-382.17. A startling scene occurred american Bubber works in Cambridge mass. On Lith. One of girls suddenly be gun to laugh loudly and act strangely then fainted. Several of hers also dropped to floor in a similar manner Aud before physicians could in summoned More than thirty employees were unconscious. appeared that an unusual Quantity of up had been used during Day fumes of which had affected girls in much same manner As hanging Gas. No serious results Are apprehended. a meeting held Danville Y., on Lith miss Clara Barton president of International a Cross society announced her intention to vote this fall and take voters oath if challenged. The Banks of new York City Are making a concerted Effort to avoid payment of taxes. Tho necessary papers Are nearly ready for obtaining an injunction from United states circuit Coart on behalf of each Bauk restraining City authorities from collecting taxes for 1885 on Bauk Stock on ground that is assessed a higher rate than other monies capital in hands of citizens of state contrary to provisions of National Bank act. Similar efforts have heretofore been made without Success. J in Spanish government has inaugurated an Active Campaign against press . To country. Thirty four papers of Madrid have been prosecuted. Caricature journals Are being seized by wholesale. The censorship also prevents True accounts being received of popular Wrath against Germany Saragossa Valencia Barcelona Granada and Twenty other places. A London dispatch of loth says by b ish Steamer Auckland had collided a few Days agr. With German gunboat Blitz m a Copenhagen. The Auckland j was sunk and fifteen of Crew were i drowned Ile Steamer Villa do Malab foundered near now Savona and sixteen of tip a sixty angers were lost. The Crew escaped. I in i has recently transpired that a fearful j mortality from cholera and dysentery has j prevailed Rowal pen ii quota and i Bolan pass during past summer. Tho i English regiments have lost 13 men and i Niue officers by death while thirty officers and a Large Mincer of men no i Capaci toted for duty by sickness. Tho mortality i among coolies has been very great. is now known that France lost to too men in chinese Campaign through Bounds and disease. The chinese loss was i too . Petitions praying that Kiel a sentence i May lie commuted Are being daily received Dominion state department. Other petition praying that Law May be i allowed to take its course arc being received from Northwest. is said government will withhold order for Bis execution until i to Case shall have been argued before privy Council. Later news 7 he sugar works of american Gnu Ltd a company Peoria 111., wore destroyed by fire on i Tii. Loss $125,Odo. Mai ii s. Made an unsuccessful Effort Narran sctt Park on 12th to lower her record. She made 2 Khz. Harlem j. Young of Hingham Arthur m heeler and Edward 8. Curtis of Boc Laud mass., Wert drowned by Caps Izal of a boat of Acorn Lake on kith. A ii Nokk Axle caused in Accident on i exas i Aei fic Railroad near Sherman fox., on 12th. Mrs. Wollf of Dodge Citer wms killed and several others severely injured. Emory a. Storrs Well known Chi Congo barrister died Ottawa Iii., on 121 Elf paralysis of heart. He was born in Cattaraugus county Y., in 1835. . I Romas Augh a prominent Chicago physician was fatally shot by Soma unknown party while Oil his Way to visit a patient on night of Lith. Suspicion jests on Jasper Sweet whose wife patient of i he doctors and of was extremely jealous. I of xxx last few months an epidemic of diphtheria has existed in Parish of . I of Yerpe Quebec. One Hundred and sixty children Are reported to have died i Quot in disease during summer months. In oho family alone eight children died. Tho epidemic is now decrees they heard a Man named Norton ask for a package which was on a shelf behind counter. Believing that Norton and some of ins companions meant mischief they made up 11em minds to watch them on morning in explosion Aud followed them. Norton. Who placed tin package under Bis coat was accompanied by two men named Fitzpatrick and Daly. A few seconds after they arrived grand Street Daly and Norton commenced to run while , who was walking quietly Awin was knocked Down by Force of explosion. From Lim above information in my Dor Byrnes on saturday arrested David j. Norton Thomas Fitzpatrick and Peter a Daly file prisoners were locked up in Judice . Sunday morning they were taken before Justice o Reiley in Telfer Man Mai Ket police court. The prisoners declined to make any statement and were i Lilly committed for trial. Norton who is about forty years of a is employed in l. E. Bon fell s dry goods store Broadway and fourteenth Street. Fitzpatrick is about Ify Cigle years of age and is employed a. A nigh in ii s. Broadway and ninth Street. Duly is years of age and is employed in Garry s establishment grand and Allen streets. Desperado lynched a mexican who fired 1�?~romihcuoiihly into a Ltd Volt a wounding several hanged to a tree. Brosure a. T., september 14.�?late i Day night a fight occurred in a gambling House Here in which an unknown mexican who was aggressor was worst a a my left Jacc after Row and was not seen again until about 4 30 Friday my ii no. When he made his a Tearance with a repeating l Ith and a Belt of cartridges w Hen he arrived there were about forty men i Saloon and tin mexican who was on sidewalk commenced shooting India Endru Atchly into tile crowd. His first shot in a pave Hickey in jaw near ear and Iii its course Tore off a portion of his upper Iii coming out of his Mouth. The next shot struck tames Kehoe in left Cheek Bone went through his neck and ranged downward into his Back is not sported Itiat lie will recover. George sales received next shot through his left shoulder hut is not thought wound is fatal. Jack Welch received a shot in foot Bullet coining out his Heel. Another shot just grazed Elbow of Crank Gard Ner. Tin mexican ired fifteen shots into Saloon in rapid succession after cleaning out this Saloon he went farther up Street and fired two shots into Bierce a Saloon and to shots into Curtin a Boon and then disappeared into Canyon As he was disappearing a Soldier took our shots him without effect. No Steps were taken to capture Assassin until Daylight when citizens started in search. About nine o clock lie was found in a mexican House in bed. After getting ail evidence that was necessary a rope was procured and Assassin was taken up Canyon and hanged to a tree. Tho annual reunion of Hieu of mrs. General Grant appointed a substitute for Lier deceased husband general w. Sherman address. Chicago september annual reunion of officers of army of Tennessee began its session Haverlyn a minstrel theater yesterday morning. eleven o clock general Chetlain president of local society culled meeting to order. General Sherman president of society was then formally introduced. Gov-<11101 Oglesby of Illinois governor Sherman of Iowa governor Alger of Michigan mid cd governor Fletcher of Missouri were called Tor and took their places Hie Backol stage. this moment general bogun1 entered Hall. Every one Rose to his i n i 8l,ont act he Bint Shook flail. I be general took his seat on with other distinguished men. General Sherman general Logan Bishop Fallows governor Oglesby and general Greene ii. Bauni. Were appointed a committee to draft resolutions on death of general Grant. Mrs. General Grant was made a substitute member to take her husbands place in society. The same Honor was accorded widows of Genera crafts j. Wright and Captain Josiah Barbour of Ohio. I he regrets of governor Busk were read and also a dispatch from Hong Kong signed in Itna Iii an old British officer a which suggested that society suitable Resolution in memory of a Grant and Gordon two greatest soldiers world has Ever i lie committee on time and place of next meeting decided upon Rock Island j i. Us 1/10 place Aud september 15, 1883 As Dale. A not even standing room com be bad Fendral music Hall last night where Public meeting of society was held. Genera Sherman called meeting to order in he Fri my upon Eer glow ions subject of a our first commander a he said Iii substance during year that Folio we4 our la my eng death has take from of a s of new. C Uriu up and of tie army m a �?~8sf�?~? a to of pkg tiling Tea shed. Iii a Mph a Aji in is a i civil ii Tut Mas i Pool 1 Neon Wail that Friank Iii had lost a Kin ired heart end then Quot to a us no a lil 1,1 Bui first place in that rank of Nio umers for we sliced j h in a Soldier s Jot n Battles of i a Orts Henry and Don Lson. Shiloh and Niv a in, com is of a 5 and re need Prosper to of 1.885. 1 found Grant fort Henry after he had him in i 1m Quot tie army under him to hts second Iii command general c. F. Nut ii. I Here was no Eoin Pla from Grant Only a word of regret that be had Bien mis to Law re i a Day be loved Ini i he of a Wain a so i Tomii i m in/1 Blough dark Days of his v to Iii. On our March to Corinth k7�?~1 a Quot a Nushi that Juste i a lib time in i i win and me. I have a i i in complaint trembling get by and a silent tear alone Beckme i i within ii in. Eventually Lylall Elk Nas to a Shirlon and begun to East ten ties to Corneail Ltd a be army of he a cd Hie com Iii a not Ltd an old Uia Ter Iii Ter w to had tile to. Pm. To decline and then rant stepped a a a. Ile move i on Ward and upward Ever in a until final \ in and were ii sed ivs wore like fires designate d by prov Dene to test he Fidel v and loyalty \ id him upon whom developed built try of an in Eta Ops of him will stand est a a. He abhor. I War and he knew bit la about rat leg v what he had Learned rom text Hooks West Point but he Law a is professed Faith in Justice of is Canso which he claimed Muse sooner later prevail. Gale of lakes. That heaviest a storm on land Huron that has been experienced for Many years. Number of vessel driven on Shore and wrecked feared Tomt loss of life and property is very great. The storm on Lake Heron. Detroit Sej member from Lake Huron indicate that storm of tuesday and wednesday was heaviest that has Boon experienced for years. From Oscoda is reported that Susan Ward Keepsake and Barge Wyandotte were almost broken to pieces by Waves. Al mein had broken from their moorings and sunk in a few feet of water. The Barg Hgt a i pm valued $26,000, dragged Ber Anchor and fears for her safety Wert entertained. Other vessels Are on Lake but their Fate is unknown. Steam barges ii. A i lace and Garden City lost to Weir tows and ale ill band Beach Harbor. A Large Black Schooner with three spars and no Topmast went ashore Whetstone Point wednesday fat noon and a heavy sea is breaking completely Over Lier. Chicago september easter Gal. Which swept Lake tuesday Anc wednesday was More severe and greater in area than any other Gale of season returns thus far show that damage to shipping exposed to wind was quite general. The Jake on ural ,.r was fortunate that during dais two menu Lincoln and Grant is mild i on duty to form solid Arch upon which j in iou i Nion out a safely repose i we no venture to Trace career of our Ooin Rado later on he has by i compared cd Alexander Naunihal. Cesar and to in Climi if oily to attempt such Coni Pari a he was a ii .,.t Man from All of ?v., a so pc a cd am rican Ilia a Cut of im., More than inane of Thurman. Moncia Slier Iuan con idled by a Feri Hig to Grants last resting place and Saki Grant needs no Monument but if nun should lie . Let be like Man was ,simple, durable and in Good taste Railroad accidents. Tram on Delaware Hudson and Central meet with decl silents two persons killed Aud i . I Roy Y., september deja up of two Ware a Hudson train no. 7 made passenger coaches two sleeping cars a b in Gage and an express car bound for real left Here tuesday night. a Point Between co stocks and a Iii Hail Wasil la navigation on Sacramento. San Francisco Sej tember 14.�? Sacramento River is now so filled up with debris and sickens washed Down from mines worked Iii past year that passenger and freight boats can no longer reach Sacramento. Passengers and freight have. Transferred to fight draught barges Abend of th., River below Hie City. All Grain from tile upper valleys shipped by water has to la lightened Down if barges draw More Egton county locomotive dashed upon a Rock of several tons weight Liat had rolled from Wall made by a deep Cut that pout and was dashed to pieces. I lie train was partially wrecked. Engineer Frank Irown was almost instant killed and tin express messenger win slow Stevens of this City. Together with baggage Man John Burt and fireman i Bourns Docker were seriously injured. None of Tim passengers were seriously Hurt. ,Cima, september four o clock yes i Enfin morning a collision occurred on vow York division of 1 1 in Bania Railroad to Liesburg Junction. A coloured Man named Joseph Brown who sail i he Livi i in Phi adult Ipi iia was so badly injured that he cannot recover. The Accident was caused by engine 917 being thrown from track by a broken Frog i Cut a one ears left i Rock and were piled up in a Heap. Tex was a whom Hii my limited express. Lay sex pre of. Eastern express Quot fast line. Dennison a Coo in nut local freight. Al iou everyday. Exc sunday. Through to ashes from new g depart. 2 15 am 2 39 am Ajo 50 am 2 1 5 pm 7 40 pm 3 of pm w ilium Sherman of Low a now York Grcen backers in state convention on loth nominated following ticket governor George Jones of Albany lieutenant governor Lyman w. Gage of Utica Secretary of state George a. Finn of Orange county controller Nelson s. Shaler of Greene county a treasurer Allan Wood of Steuben county a Horne Quot a a a a a on 8th a fragment of flying Stone struck Tommy Clements aged twelve an inmate of Home causing instant death. Claude Graham Debruler City editor of Evansville ind courier and formerly connected with Cincinnati and Terre haute ind., papers died on 8th. The Cotton report for Memphis Dis general William b. Gurley of tract issued by Hill Fontaine a co Quot i Ner town to Iuchi Tinati Iii Napo j i l. Cutter proprietor. £1413 ., , to Newly furnished throughout. First club Iid top hat i Ennis Pind Iurii. Velum by j is and . Bouis. In Uil Naii Palace sleeping ars Attieh a through trains last and . . 7 Rains rim by Central Standard time. For time tables rat of fare through Hokey and i in l he information Sci Rardin he run try loss a in Kin Kcf agent new Comdr town Ohio. James m Jcu a. A a. A Mena Ifor Golan Uit Ohio of. A i l3it$�aktm Plch org bid Chenango county. their session in Brooklyn Y., on 10th National Irish Catholic benevolent Union elect <1 Hon. A. M. Oily president . Vvs ii Helm of Pennsylvania first vice president j. Murphy of Texas second \ ice president Martin. Griffin of Philadelphia Secretary and Rev. James Henry of . Louis treasurer. . Oily made a Brief speech requesting withdrawal of his name but con volition refused to reconsider their action. A fire Nashville tonn., on Lith destroyed Lester stable together with seventy horses and mules and one Hundred buggies and carriages. $50,009, Woods Saloon adjoining burned outlining u of $40,000, Vatu Jib str Ftp n top l a lode in Cates serious injury to crops in August but nevertheless a greater yield than last year is promised. During past week Chicago health inspector condemned 170 cholera stricken hogs to tanks. He condemned Twenty nine that had been killed Aud dressed and were All ready for Market. Mrs. Walkup suspected of >o5soning Lier husband Emporia ran., waived examination. The Case will be tried in october. Tho sales of Leaf tobacco Iii warehouses Danville va., Ciuco 1st of october last Are considerably in excess of loss i 30,Ooi too pounds which is a Large increase was i for eleven months of previous to embezzler sentenced to state prison. Madison wis., september 14.�?louis Gunderson was sentenced to two years in i a stale prison on saturday and to a Fine of >5,571. He was a member of lower House Iii 1880 and was one of prominent norwegians in Wisconsin for years he held position of postmaster att umbel hindi last March postal inspectors discovered that his accounts were crooked and while they were investigating Gunderson fled to Norway. Ile grew disconsolate away from his family and returned and surrendered. The amount of his embezzlement was found to be 85,571. In i muted states court he a pleaded guilty Anil w As sentenced. He said reasons beyond his moral control led to his downfall. S desperadoes shot. Gainesville tex., september Bomi bodies of notorious outlaws Jim Lee and Hank Leo were brought into this town tuesday on a Farmer s Wagon men having been overtaken and shot Iii Harris township by detectives Savior Thomas and settles of fort Worth. There was a desperate fight Between outlaws and officers former being armed with re vol vers and hic latter with Winchester Lith though about f Orty shots were fired officers were unhurt. The rewards outstanding for a production of lie Lee Brothers dead Abye amount to Over $7,000 and j i co detect i yes will receive lies amount. The Lees have Long been Tenor of Northern i oxus they Werdeo Neenie in a brutal massacre of two Roff Brothers and their companions last april in Indian territory Aud is a lie cd that in Birt two years they and tid gang of desperadoes headed by them have committed forty two murders on Border in connection with their numerous cattle stealing raids. General. The Lake on West Shore Between Chicago and Milwaukee is filled with floating lumber shingles and lath and Iii various places Small pieces of wreckage have been seen. The weather has been so thick and foggy however that is impossible for steamers passing up Shore to distinguish objects on land. A number of vessels Are Long overdue Here and their coming is anxiously awaited. An unknown vessel was wrecked three vers wis., wednesday. The Shore is strewn with sails Ami rigging Cabins cordwood and Cedar Post. The main part of Hull who h looks to be greatly broken up is about five Miles North of Harbor piers. Nothing was found to indicate name of vessel except a piece of moneyed painted White with Black letters five and one half inches Long spelling no bodies have been discovered on Shore and unless Crew abandoned vessel 01 vessels wrecked and sought safety in some other Craft they must Haw perished. Reports Are still coming in from All along Lake of vessels driven ashore and wrecked and others seen on Hie Lake apparently in distress who could not be readied during storm. Several towing steamers were obliged to drop their Tow lines to save them selves and numbers of vessels thus abandoned have not be been heard from. is feared that loss of life and property is very great. Sand Beach midi., Sej tember ll.�?1the damage by two lays storm on Lake Huron is known to be very great and new. Reports Are coining in fast. The propelled Atlantic reports Steambarge Joy ashore As North Point. There is a three masted Schooner on Roger s City. Heavy seas carried away 150 feet of Wall on tile breakwater Here and stove in gangways Ami bulwarks of propellers Empire state Ami Roanoke. The damage to breakwater is >4.000. A tug and Lite service Crew have gone to assist Thiee masted Schooner that Laid anchored five Miles out All night. She seems badly water logged. The Garden City has gom to Rescue her four barges that broke adrift due is Safe Anchor ten Miles out and other three Are probably w rocked. Vessel men consider wednesday nights storm wildest Ever known on Lake Huron. The september crop report. A Coo year. The aulos Lynchburg Ciuco us Tober i .400 Pound than Throe feet of water. The shoaling of in ism has increased so rapidly during i three years that unless measures Are promptly taken by government to Thor ugly dredge lower Basin there in very a Ros sect that Sacramento City and All tic great Grain growing Valley of Western California will be deprived of water communication with san Francisco. The Saran into Board of Trade has invited California senators and members of con press to take a trip up flu Sacramento River my Sci tie condition of Stream. The a a j inspection will be made on wednesday next request of general Rosecrans w. I Ite Nib has tendered his resignation As assistant Register of Treasury and he president appointed Ross a. Fish of District of Columbia As his successor. During past Twenty eight Days sixt \ pos offices have been burned robbed by burglars. The average loss in Cadi Case w As less than $100, which Falls upon tilt government in. A. M. Keiley visited department of state Washington on 12th and formally tendered his resignation As i United states minister to Austria. Tho resignation was accepted. Martin Capp a Farmer of Montville Medina county fell Over dead in his Wagon while driving to Akron on t4io pith. I he horses walked along More than a i mile 0. Before Capps condition was discovered. Celebrating Battle of North Point. On his person $1,300 in greenbacks was iou ii cd. David j. Norton Thomas Fitzpatrick and Peter a. Daly were arrested new n Ork on 13th, charged with causing Groat dynamite explosion on Corner of grand and Allen streets that c to. In february last. An official estimate places losses on buildings Only by Cyclone washing ton c. H., Ohio $370,000 inside corporation outside corporation $80,000, Henry Ward Beecher has written to i if Millet of a a Phila a Fri his Gem?muir3 i of ,1l Heiti am out now York j Ost express denouncing 1 sleeve find Wii Leniu Kelly of w v w by rough brain Ana upholding us few Jug revels tort no with in hefted a Valr Quot in Dis Isai i Monk september 14.�?ford�?Ts opera House was thronged sunday afternoon with cadets of Temperance and others in sympathy with cause. They assembled to celebrate anniversary of Battle of North Point which was fought seventy one years ago. Fully 2,000 people crowded into theater. The lower floor was occur cd by Lattimore cadets and sections from new York and Philadelphia. Tempera Nee addresses were made by Rev. . A swindler arrested. V Ashing ton tex., september 9.�? Washington Sledge a coloured schoolteacher a rom Robertson county was arrested Oil monday for swindling. The offence consists in offering for Sale printed copies of a let Ter purporting to have been written by Jesus Christ Ami found hidden beneath a Stone where Cross stood on . Calvary. Sledge represented that a copy of this letter Hung up in a House would Lun e effect of preventing disease and pestilence of All kinds and also Ward off lightning and any impending danger. He found a ready Safe for letters among negro population Many of whom profess to have Faith in tile genuineness of document. A terrible mistake. Potts Meriwin september 10.�?yesterday morning airs. Lames. Mcintosh called Lier son John from ids room to shoot a cat in Aden. Lie secured a revolver and fired animal which was partly concealed Iii tile grape vines some distance away. While her son was see ring another pistol mrs. Mcintosh had gone into grape Arbor. Her presence there was unknown to Lier son and was Only after he had tired Sec a end shot that he realized that he had shot i he Mother. The Ball entered Back tile department of agriculture issues september report of condition of Hie crops condition of Spring wheat is impaired while return of Winter wheat Are almost identical with to lib reports issued in july. Washington september september Cotton report of department of agriculture shows prevalence of to and dry weather during August except in Louisiana Mississippi and Florida. The shedding of bolls and decrease of vitality have resulted quite generally. Drought has been serious Iii Texas and Arkansas and quite general in Western Tennessee Southern Alabama Georgia and die Carolinas. I he caterpillars have caused much damage Iii Southern Texas Arkansas and Central and Southern Alabama. Its prevalence is noted throughout Central and Southern Georgia with Small effect As yet. The Boll worm is causing much damage Iii Black let of Alabama and in Arkansas and Quot . Rho condition Lias declined in every state. Lilt average is s.5 against 96in August. Last year was 82 in september and 87 in August. I la present average is two Points above Sej tember average of ten year. The figures for several states Are As follows Virginia 88 North Carolina 86 South Carolina 88 Georgia. 91 Florida 90 Alabama 88 Mississippi 89 Louisiana 90 i oxus 82 Arkansas 83 Tennessee s7. Generally plants Are vigorous and capable with favourable autumn weather of an ample growth and Boll development. Iii districts most affected with Cotton worm Hie loss is irreparable and still threatening tile condition of Spring wheat has been impaired since August i in Northwest District of principal production. Heavy Rains were followed by extreme heat Between first and Middle of August just before Harvest shr Velling Grain and causing rust. Heavy windstorms prostrated and injured Large areas. Iii Nebraska there is some complaint of smut and a Little in Dakota. Chink bugs have done some damage in Iscon Siu and Minnesota. The injury was greater in August than in july. The averages Are Wisconsin 77, loss of �?T8 Points Minnesota 78, loss of 5 Dakota 96, loss of 4 Iowa is loss of 7 Northern new England Colorado and territories Are nearly quite up to too. The general average for All Spring wheat is so against 9-� Iii Angust Ria crop of last year was 156, too. Too pm Shell. I lie returns of Winter wheat Are almost identical Iii results with Biose of july. There is a slight Advance in Michigan Texas Maryland and some other states and a Point two decrease in several. The general average is 65.8 against 65 in july except As result of threshing May change present expectation. The Winter wheat area May be placed 211,000,000 bushels and remaining area about 123,000.000. Of injuries reported Iii stack should prove to be greater than present apparent a few million of reduction might still accrue. I lie condition of Corn still continues High ranging from 90 to too in state averages. The general average is 95 against. 96 in August. was last year 94 Iii september. Frosts have wrought very Little injury and will in capable of Little if deferred ten Days. I lie Prospect is still favourable for a crop slightly above an average. The forehead who is gym Ajaye after apaches. Elpaso Texas september Davis of i United states army in command of a Large band of Indian scouts who have been inactive Pursuit of Ger Inoc and his band said yesterday that he believed Geronomo was endeavouring to reach Mescalero reservation in new Mexico and that hostile indians Are now in a mountains in Northern Chihuahua near new mexican line. The lieutenant with his scouts will try to intercept them in Mountain passes. This however will be extremely difficult of account of whte Esprit a Tiff limn

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