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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - June 14, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge j Emerson Ian. Vol. 57. Cambridge Ohio thursday june 14, 1888. Phy8ician8. K. M. I physician and surgeon of men yearn experience tree clothe. A Lii at preheat Onlin will be bigot when left at Turner Esa Eeor the hotel Herwich. March i i Coiner of fun Vulli Anil do grocer or. T wkl.u4, Hist. Oslee Aud la the Taylor dim ssi main Street. Or distal. We. T. Ham4ky. M. U., Phye Elan and surgeon Romerojr Hur xxi one the play no Loual College l1. Omre in win runs ave inn. Fatiuk Lilue Otlo. A physician and surgeon. Alan ton Given to Ami no of Eye. Office o. L. Wal urns Atto Kukys. A. Attorney at Law. Office went of court once. Apr Ai o a. Toll Koti attorney at Law Aid Onich will tandem ill. At Law new Taylor i ill. Whet hug Avenue. Ortr. Tamkum attorney at Law. East Pibil k Mcnare at Law. No. Over Central i x Hiliu Lillin National Hauk. Notary in no. 6. An adventurous voyage to California. 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A Cyclone just m the razor Nina of the Itla began to Dawn Aud before any one was Ustler except those who were on duty we were All rudely awakened from on peaceful perhaps from pleasant dreams o the and dear on we had left be Hind by oar Phlp receiving three heavy Jara m Quick succession each of which caused the great vessel to tremble and fairly quiver throughout its entire length and breadth. Loan Latant every one was upon their feet fully aware that some thing unusual had occurred. A Austvand but partial toilet wan made. The deck was immediately sought by anxious and excited inquiries As to what was the Mailer. These questions needed no our vessel stood immediately under projecting rocks that towered High above our deck forming the Shore of a desolate Island. Her Bow was grind ing upon the rocks against which she had been so cruelly thrust. We were so close a Shore that a atone could have been thrown from the deck upon the ton of the ledge with the greatest ease. The morning was Calm and Beautiful. There was scarcely enough Breeze to ruffle the water. The atmosphere waa so Clear and free from Job that the Sun seemed to Rise As if from an Early Bath out of the Ocean having washed from face the merits were passing each of which lessened my Chance of escape when the ship was first discovered to be on fire 1 was alarmed that i did not know was doing. I found my sell pulling at and boards that were immovable so far As any Power that i could them was con of erred in the Hope of securing something upon which i might float to Shore. But i soon concluded that my own Safaty was m composure and i attribute my escape from death largely to the control i was afterwards enabled to exercise Over my actions. Wale looking for the Moat a durable Side of the ship off which to Lump i found the stewardess trying to climb from the lower to the upper deck from the outside the stairway being in Possession of the flames she was an English girl of about 25 years and a we afterwards Learned had shown great presence of mind at the first alarm in quieting the ladies fears by singing and dancing thug showing her unconcern i assisted her on deck and in doing no a Small work Box which the carried in her hand was dropped spilling the contents she immediately began to pick up spools thimbles and Many other articles with a much composure As if nothing unusual s taking place. I told her that the ladies Hail been requested to go Forward and tried to assist her in doing so but. The Flam a resisted our efforts. She then me and Tom in a i had better ook out or my own safety and she would try and take care of herself. The next time we was on the body lying upon the Sand cold in death after the vessel had drifted sufficiently near a one end fastened to the ship s Bow win taken ashore and the other end secured to a Rock. On this s. Craig son s new Spring and summer goods we have the most extensive assortment of new Spring Wool dress goods and suiting a a v Ever shown by us my Fth Youh. W ining Engineer. Cold tar Kotoyo Flat Abaldo. Ohio office in our wet its v. Ken Nom. Surveyor and Engineer Faik View Ohio. Will attend to Alt pertain nit in Huml Etc. A Iodko experience unit Llie see of the beet my id guarantee Natl Razilou. Inc i by j c. A Akvik agent. Who Mil and Vicli Ink Kurrich town prop erty and Kvil my Eoll Effort Al in thine Riim. I exp exp to t tie Lofton on Hill in Lyle. Or acorns air nov Ami hum lilo of and All Kladus at much Lunray or orally unil promptly Fixl ilium fall Lam. In evil Oskam and w Atka k1tt1 no a left Mills Doniv on Short us. Plum Btu null s. Craig it son. Do not buy Mcain a co., Menam Turoni or Pine tip and Stogie Olga re. La Quatt to. A Rocen would do to i Bis Moek Makhsh. And hair Dresser. Hair Chilt limit. Nil colouring dope in a Klimt Xiyu deem went n Pini Ilc Mjnnie Nav Al Law la a Dollar s Worth of dry goods carpets Wall paper or to. Dentist. Testa mar atm without pain by the do Bali Bynium office 11 of Jill Kim Waltl mock. It Anuk Kmon insurance agents. Lamb of Lam Omi air. A Pealon Tom country. My tabs Fash am ate Lor Seal bulb Ine Arance ipod or nose of All Al Wilnot and wagons Lamb Hajdok Ohio. We ass not Blag Bat Oral Elwy material by we warrant ave w. T. Voi Inu. Risk Brick. Brick. Leo. P. Okie it son better than before pre for new buildings St ohm nays for All pure ladies or children s wraps until you see Raymond co. In search of us heading directly for this Island which proved to be the Santa on the coast of lower Cali fornia. As it waa impossible for As to land upon these huge rocks and in consideration of toe fact that the ship was liable to be dashed to pieces at any moment upon them the Captain immediately gave orders to Back her which was done. It was also ordered that we make ready to go on Shore when we would reach a Beach about five Miles above the rocks. Large holes had been broken into the Bow and men were set to work on the pumps for the water was pouring into the hold in Tor the great excitement which had at first been created among the Passen Gers now subsided and order was re stored since we had the Prospect of getting safely on Shore. In the mean time every one had dressed themselves warmly and with their baggage presented themselves on deck ready to aban Don the disabled ship. The sick was brought from their Beds and placed on deck. Everything waa now in Readi Ness and a Tew minutes More would safely land us upon the Beach. Minutes seemed As Ages to us who were on the sinking ship. But what is that we see coming up from below through the gang ways and Isita Moke no it is just the steam that is scan in from the engine them were the questions that were on every lip and this wag the answer Given by the deck hands. Thea Warrance there we no danger which bad a Lempo Ary effect in allay inn the excitement which was in a few Momenta to break Forth like a furious tempest. They closed the hatches and soon we noticed that they were closing All openings from below with Mattres Aea. An act which was calculated to increase rather than soothe our fears. The Beach was in sight Ami the Chip s Bow would soon be turned for the Shore. But the men were driven from the pumps by the rapid ailing up of the hold with f Uel was soon submerged the Engineer and Tiret Neu were driven a great Many endeavoured to make their escape by suspending themselves below it and making heir Way toward Shore hand Over hand. The rope waa soon oiled throughout almost its entire length but the Burden wag too great for it to Bear. It broke near the Shore and the great mama of human beings were engulfed in the sea Moat of whom were drowned a Young Man suffering with Cona ump tion who was going to California in search of health a thing More to be printed than Gold had been confined to elate room Ever since we left Nicara Gua. He was brought on deck upon first alarm. When he found that the whip was on lire Aud that there was no boat in which be rowed ashore he requested that he be taken up Ami c it overboard. It was a hard request to obey but under the circumstanced it appeared to be an of mercy. He was lifted up tenderly by new found friends and lowered to the and Tan of the water with a much solemnity a if body were being consigned to the Earth by Frieda More dear to. With an affectionate Farewell he waa committed to the Waves sinking without an Effort to save himself. All incidents herein related in regard to Thia wreck transpired within but a few minutes time yet they Are hut limited an compared with Tho Many that might be i elated some of which Are not pleasant for Rue to dwell upon. I did not see any of my comrades with the exception of John after the lire was discovered until after i left the vessel. For help pleading in the name of god and for the Sake family that we would Rescue. It was hard to resist such an Appeal Bat a no More could hold to our frail Craft with any degree of safety we obeyed one of the first Rales in nature sell pulled away from. I had known this Man while on the ship and afterwards saw body lying upon the Beach. A Man who was floating upon a ladder hailed us with a request that if any of us reached the Shore and be did not to write to bin friends giving the Addrena Tell them of Fate. Just at this time we had a Good View of the burning ship which was grand and at the same time terrible because of the circumstances attending it. All the upper deck was enveloped in flames which were leaping up to the top masts. About half Way Down the aide and to the aft part of the ship Wae a woman suspended by her clothes which had caught As she attempted to jump into the water. She waa in Anch a Posi tion that she could not free herself and must remain at the mercy of the flames. To he continued. W i pure what make tie Rosy cams endure what makes the Teeth so Pearly White what Tom Mouth a Ilear ill but is 80zodont. Thai Precola. Sam Umoh none can a Loo late Loo Goon. It is to cleanse the Teeth and Render the breath odoriferous with fragrant 8ozo font but it is heat to use Tia wonder us vegetable elixir before the Teeth begin to fall Aud the breath to lose its freely eat. Celebrated glue use _ june 14-4w Ful and True. A emperor n Suimin h nov. Long reigns Are rare in history Long Royal lives much rarer still. Princes occupy one of the lowest lev Els in the whole of longevity. The air of courts is destructive of health nerve and vigor. Lives which Early corruption luxurious and effeminate habits unchecked passions and unceasing excitement do not under mine Are frequently shortened by con suming ambition of care warlike toil and peril a the murderous hand of conspiracy. Among the remarkably Long reigns in history Are those of of Judah Tifty Tivo years Mit Sridatta of Pomus Jaa por ii. Of Persia Al Fonso i. Of Portugal boy gamblers. Who begin a very Small in the Benchot shop work up. There is nothing it Wall Street Man is so opposed to As speculation when it is indulged in by help or Liis relatives. He by it but it is for Bidden to All who Are dependent on aim or who serve. The other Day a broker who is r Junior partner in one of the principal houses on Wall became suspicious thai one of the office boys was trading As the Wall Street folks politely Call bling. He liked the Bor am thinks one of the brightest lats that he Over saw so that he determined to make an Effort to catch breaking the Rule against trading and to warn my that if any other member of the Ever caught at the prac Tice he would have to Lone place. The question was now to expose the lad but an Opportunity was speedily uttered. A customer came in while the Lioy was writing at a desk. The customer said Central pretty instantly the boy dropped pen and asked what is it one bundled Anil said customer. Then the broker saw cd Iunce. What did you buy at. Hoiu quire of the boy. Before the boy had taken time to Tomk of the Contessi Uii he was Takin he replied one Hundred and fifteen he was so pleased at having made a profit of four Points on Trade that the words slipped from. Now i be got you said the broker go and sell out and quit speculating for a Long As you remain in this House. The next time you re caught it it you la in another office it was noticed that All the office were in the habit of collecting around the ticker when their elders were not looking overho the Rev. B. P. First Book. The Rev. K. P. Roe was in new York the other Day and to a part of friends he told How novel and perhaps most famous barriers burned came to be written. He had been a chaplain in the army during the War and later was settled As the pastor of a Small count re Parish in Central new York. Business brought one Day to this City. It a the Day that the great lire broke out in Chicago. The new paper reports us in with ii Simial excitement. He thought that a sight of the great conflagration would be an event in a lifetime and moved by this impulse he purchased a ticket and took the first train to the West. He arrived in Chicago the Day after the tire was extinguished but he spent considerable tune walking about the ruins vie Iii with own eyes the suffering of the a housed people and listening to stones that passed from Mouth to Mouth. It was while thus occupied that he received first inspiration to write a Story. The result was the publication a few months later of Barri ers burned a novel which brought a Roy Auy of in a single year. To that time he had never thought of writing any Hiti More than Sermon. It had not occurred to that he could write a Book least of All one that would prove Stich a mine of wealth. He left up country Parish Long ago and now lives in Cornwall. He is an exceedingly interesting talker and few can Tell a War Story with such. Frederick 111. Of Germany Christian in. Of Denmark Louis Xiv. Of France seventy two tape and that they whispered a re it Deal when Ever Luey were there to Gether. One of their employers called them All before one Day and upon Cross examining them discovered that the eldest and brightest boy was run Ning a baby bucket Simp on own account with a cent a Point As the Standard of value instead of a Dollar As on change and had initiated All the full my Surv of they were trading associates in Stock gambling. Was running about the deck in distress saying that he did not know what to do As be waa unable to swim. I did not leave the ship until nearly All of those around me who were struggling so earnestly for life Hail Dis appeared thus Leas nning my danger. At Uuie Vini pct jul last i thought the time had come for me to seek refuse irom Tow Barnes that were rapidly advancing upon me. My Only Hope was in the deep offers of Protection were but Little More prom is inn than those of the burning and sink they Are now making a great clearance Sale to make room for Spring goods and they guarantee to sell goods cheaper than any other store in Eastern Ohio. I tits the Sturtevan Taulber co the Tom cml Wolm Jimmu Catarrh trim Munnt tree. Enough to Eon in a co. 779 hi., Newark. N. J. Consumptive Maraca Are who Reed this f Ami Ibex set they will and ban mat will not from their posts and the machinery of the ship gradually ceased its action. To were slowly Drifting toward the snore suddenly a dense Clond of smoke enveloped the Central part of the ship and the Captain cried through trumpet for All indies to go Forward. No sooner was this done than fierce flames shot Forth trom below and All was confusion mingled with terror. It is impossible to describe the scene that was enacted upon that Jerk within the next half hour. Fell upon their Knees and prayed while others prayed find at the same time sought Means of escape. There were those who cursed the Fate that had brought them to this dreadful emerged urge sums of Money were offered by Acme to any one who would take them safely to Shore. One poor father to whom a wife and children were cling ing for Protection against the dread my flames that were rapidly approaching them and a grave which seemed almost their Only alternative Tore the very hair from Bis head and in Des pair because of inability to save them from impending danger cast himself overboard and left them to their Fate. The Noble Mother thus left alone with her helpless children looked with Dis May Upoff the merciless flames As they steadily crept upon them. She then cast her eyes to the water below filled with men and women in their struggle for life. Her time for thought was abort and with one imploring look toward heaven m though committing her spirit with those of her children to a kind heavenly father s care Ahe kissed her dear Onei an affectionate Farewell and Oast them one by one into the sea. She immediately followed them to their watery grave. Everything which could be torn Loose that would afford the least Protection thrown overboard falling killing Many who were already in Tea water. Two men were looked in each arms in the water a Short Dis Tance from the ship. One implored me to throw a rope. As one was fortunately near me i cast an end of it to bin. Immediately freed himself from companion who Sank at Onoe with scarcely a and was drawn i on deck. I afterwards on Shore and be told me that As he was swimming trom the ship this drowning Man Clu Glit hold of and would certainly have taken under bad it not been for the rope. No sooner was this Man once More on deck than another Man Atill farther from the ship called eagerly for the at Tea same time be was endeavouring to pull off boots. I did not throw bin the rope end do not know Fate but have Ever since reproached myself or not having complied with bit my own Lite was at make Jorj ing ship. I removed7 Boih of my coals and my boots then committing myself to god Lor Protection i took hold of a rope that was suspended Over the water from the Yard above swinging myself Ulear of the Abib at a distance of perhaps 20 feet from water i let Loose my hold and descended like an Arrow into the deep. I of course Bank rapidly to a great depth in fact i Felt that i waa practically demonstrating the truthful Ness of the old saying that the Aea Haa no Bottom. When i arose to the surface i realized that i was in danger of being struck upon the head by things thrown from the ship. I therefore away rapidly away Only to find myself surrounded by those who were still struggling for ready to Lay hands upon anything or anybody that might come within reach. I found that the water Between me and Shore was full of such persons and a drowning Man waa liable to me up by my Side at any moment. In my efforts to keep As far from this danger As possible i permitted myself to Drift with the tide out to sea. My Prog Reaa was therefore in the wrong direction and i was at least double tha distance from Shore that i wan when i left the ship. My strength waa now very much i Felt that i Ciul not pc Weibly aim ashore Relief must soon or i would certainly sink. While in the midst of doubt a to what should be done i noticed at a Short Dis Tance from me a Man clinging to a Chick in Conn. I immediately started for that Coop. Upon hearing it i recognized that familiar Blue coat with in Bright buttons floating upon the water and in the coat none other than the Steward of the dining room Sanders with whom the Reader is already acquainted. He had a life preserver securely adjusted upon notwithstanding this he was clinging diaper lately to the Coop. I approached from behind and took hold of coat tall in order Flint i might get the Nure easily to the other aide of the Coop a soon As in Lound that Bone one had hold of he became very much frightened and asked me for god s Sake to let go and not pull i told not to fear As i Only wished to share the Coop with. During ail this dreadful time the life boats that had been taken ashore from the ship were kept there while those in charge were engaged in drawing the of forge Iii. Of England i Erdman in. Of Naples and Pedro ii. Of Brazil but Uzziah was a youth when to was placed of the throne Mithridates a boy Sapor a new born babe Alfonso an infant Christian 11 year s 4, Ferdinand 9, and Pedro 5, and of All the monarchs mentioned Only Iii. Reached the age of four score. Poland had one King who lived to Tho age of 88, Stanislas but he reigned Only five years and survived throne fifty Sia years living in quiet retirement we must so Back to the Days of Antiquity to find emperor William s Royal Peers in age Anil the Only ones we discover Syracuse and maxims a of Nui Liidia both of whom ended their reign at the of about 90. The reign of Barneset of Egypt sesostris of the be lev Edby some Egypt Logist to have lasted about sixty seven years and life about 100, but others reduce both ins reign and Days to Normal pro portions. Thus no emperor known to history no reigning King in Christendom Ever reached the Agre of will Iam. The Best medical writers claim that the successful remedy for nasal Catarrh meat be non irritating Saav of application and one that will by its own action reach All the Remote sores and ulcerated surfaces. The history of the efforts to treat Catarrh during the past few Ofiara obliged us to admit that Only one remedy Haa completely met these conditions Ami that Ely s Cream Balm. That Safe and pleasant remedy has mastered Catarrh As nothing else has Ever done and both Nyhya icing and patients Troy concede Thia fact More Dia Tressing yield to it. The symptoms quickly june 7-4w a Iti uart senator Frye in relating the other Day How newspaper correspondents Nyasa to. And nth to my own a after. Thin id do to look while Eimm ged in work dead ashore and robbing them of any valuables they might possess upon these bodies were Many belts containing Large sums of Money and numerous valuable watches rings were also taken had these boats none to sea immediately after depositing their first Load upon Shore much of this Ereat loss of life would have been averted. I secured a firm hold unon the Coop and to began a United Effort to propel our frail Craft toward Shore. In the meanwhile Sanders would offer up prayer to god for mercy and at the Earne time would curse the sailors for not com ing out with the boats i told he waa not a very consistent Man and asked if he expected such prayers to be answered. Well he said he could not be pit made at d d mad to sailors stay ashore and not come out with the boats. While we were still far from Shore one of my comrades Bob As we called passed us headed for Shore astride a spar from the ship. The end upon which he Rode waa under water while the other lifted itself above the surface some distance in front of. He had one coat on while a great Over coat was floating after attached to Bis person some was or other he also had boots on and waa making such Good headway that i was afraid to make my near presence known lest it might confuse and Lessen chances for escape. It was not Long until our num. Bar in charge of the Coop had increased to five. Thus far we had been gaining no ground but to the contrary the tide had steadily borne a out to Aea. At last by common consent one of the men took command of the Coop and we All agreed to obey orders. We therefore commenced a vigorous and United Effort to pull ashore but had accomplished but Little when one fellow became very much alarmed Aud claimed upon the Coop sink under water. D us we immediately came to the surface but on sep. Port had drifted gome distance from us. It we with much difficulty arrested How. Ever and we were Uli Onoe More in our places. The Man who Bud caused a this trouble Wai emphatically informed that a repetition of Imreh an act Wouch necessitate leaving the Coop this ofor sometimes get the secrets from executive sessions of the Senate said one of the smartest tricks 1 Evor heard of by which an executive session secret waa pulled out of a senator was perpetrated by major Clark the Well known correspondent. 1 had Only been in the Senate a Short time hav ing come Over from the House when the nomination of Stanley Mathews for a Plano on the Bench of the supreme

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