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Cincinnati Commercial (Newspaper) - January 15, 1881, Cincinnati, OhioVol. . 117.cmcwati, saturday . Jot Ary extra 11 Heet Price five cents. New publications. Barnes International review ppr Fet Ocary John Quint Adams Diaff. J by John t. Liars Gamas by a w the Tariff nor hrs Hill m. Zola a a critic. R Mam a Imp a Xian it Najaf Imsen. A a by Leopold Haischer. A a amp Eton and Public libraries. Or it four intr Siren hut Bardh a . Tennyson a new volume. By George Jamett sir it our mercantile Jokn oilman pee Post paid. So cents a number $3 a year. A. S. Learnes life co. Publishers. Ill and 113 William a tree. New York insurance statement. Annual Stakh kiss a a the a Mutaal co. Fire insurance Cincinnati Foe Ratific amp the compliance for publication it ate Ohio insurance department f Otom Liscs january 15, 1881. I i a id be 1.As.the Mutual fire i sur w Ance Cwm any located at Cincinnati in the state Olio. Has full Din Titis office a a we Rte statement by the pm officers thereof Ishow Tia fun Coli Titi and hot Coop Icin to Allt Speets with the Laws this state in regard to Mutual Fine insurance companies i no it a Tiu ski Ohe. La pursuance Law i Joseph f wifi itt superintendent insurance toe state Tibio. Do hereby oort if int said company is authorized to transact it appropriate business fut insurance in this state in Fly a Oor dance with Law. During the cur rent year the condition Aud business said Cora Pinny at the Date a in it a statement Bow Mew 31, 1880. Is shown As follows aggregate amount available assets including the sum $120,-442 Goin Premium note bold by the company policies in Force $141,957 00 aggregate amount liabilities in eluding re insurance 38,184 11 amount Ioconio for preceding year in Cash including assessments Premium notes. 11.970 74 amount i Cwm for Tho Preuc Ding your in note liable . 25,97, 05 amount expenditure for the preceding your in cd he 11,162 87 full value Premium note subject . 107,991 37 in witness Winsor a have Hereunto a no for ibid my name and caused the Seal my office Washington. Senator Alli &0-n and Treasury portfolio. The abuses the franking priv lege being investigated. Sigment for the Bench it inc editor it was generally believed that the property would hot More than pay the tight if Foo Nifich. Hen speculations the result a the Pennsylvania senatorial contest. Sprague estate in the supreme court. Grants prospects retirement not encouraging in the present session. Population Cincinnati. A a special to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14.�?in a bulletin from Handa and no account the same rendered to the other heirs. From 1843 to 1856 to property the firm had increased immensely. Attar the Joof Utji in Ament is con in n id to it in la mkt float off eat time Tulfo a amps ill,508 votes Behy a but j.357, ordinate Al win. Strafe be the property continued to it in create largely Anat one Quot a a Spragues were considered the Roche is dolt a manufacturers in the United states owning and ii would be constr running a score two immense Tufis. 5p� Over q 1873, in tue tremendous panic that year the Spragues become embarrassed incl made an As. The suit was brought in the Faurbo in other ii try net and a warn per Dren and a Ama a a Roan the elder and William Sprague the elder that the Quot their interest in fisc Al rip Trad been the Koufi fraudulent and improper ipland mid Tey play that an appraisement he made the value their shares in the estates Thek fathers ind grandfathers and they let a allowed Abd paid the Safe before All Otic is Wiki interest a. H the suit n decided in a Avor the heirs it will leave nothing Toabe creditors if it in decided a mint them they will have to take a Fth tha other creditors. Of Quot trouble Amono the runs. Special to the Ciu Cannati commercial. A a Wasiqi Ghotok Guimary 14.�?there area number civilian inventors ordnance who Eom Plair Campbells Grott Ivd 1 and pretty estai it i Barf to special to the Donoll k. Yash Mioton Jamb Are your to it st. Takes tip the Case a a Campbel put so far a Points Well. Cannonjr. Bile Campbell life in to m Largo As iwo that hard to get . Field said that Thelt a much More Dicot in had president few Sci . A How so Youv reply Cal Field will Fco a Mouriat Nuj Atti tag Niane div it be attempted i it rather indent Urie _ not Lik in attempting it Warp outspoken it it the up publican Pari 1t. Give the countr a to convicts Hon with 2,150 Gallons Beer and forty Gallons whisky. Two the stills were operated in caves by Wash. B a up Dors and John Mcintyre two the worst desperadoes in Lvi Tucky who Havo been the dread . Revenue officials for year. This makes four distilleries our posse have destroyed within a Garfield s visitors. Capital notes. Alfir we Lotta he Cash. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14.�?a copy the a a. A member Tbecabi-1 charges and specifications and record the trial a Rifus general i in the Hittl Kcal cuke asked to by has counsel t4 in esdent would have was furnish so to Day 4 Moor clerks were sin before him than Emple Yed id my King the copy which rovers three finning Hia and f thousand pages Xianu script. The Long array alleged counsel for Whittaker has dwindled Down Lej Tho Seju the a that they suffer great injustice under the part not a App to Antl-ndm�u1 system constructing and to Mug Orda Ahdah Oljey Sac Buthot Lek it Uel orts3tn, w Ovd. Nance construction and president the Board j make f ilex feed Good has invented a gun somewhat the Kew up plan i a i to we a 44 will be to the experiments und building who All an j great Thirn w id Haa % proper Latsons for ordnance Ara applied although an Boas co the census office to Day the population 245 oot waa passed in 1872 for comparative tests a dates the United states Are give having Over i Vetal styles Guna at Sandy Jubok. At thai j 1� fwd connection 10,000. The population Cincinnati is Given at to Sherd Are Dow w i i.on�4>eon i Bench tar president Hud Attrep 255,708, being the eighth City imprint Sise. In i Many 8 4-10-Inch and the but chafe 9dib gtd a the Bouth and. La j a foot note the following statement is made Root Iwa Tiu tests but meanwhile being coveted an j alien Ted cop it Garding the population Cincinnati a with Nuandy to the and. Those Gunj Hava Basou Quot lying Ono failure Otid a a a Quot Quot a a would Beju Hijji reference to the statement the population Cincinnati w should be said that the territory the Beitf has been reduced since 1870, through the exclusion several populous suburb. The number inhabitants in 1870 occupying the present t0 Cost territory is estimated As Between 206,000 and a pave 207,000. comparisons should be made with these at Sandy Hook for four live years a amp a the Ini ventors Cru net get a comparative Ackt. A it is com1 planned also that the ordnance department is now constructing four twelve Durh Crisp Fri guns $46,000 each although to tests Ever been made that style m least asked. A tary a general Gnu Scalt task 1 a harmonize All the a we by. T in Sorl lie sailed Liot cultivate Tho ele. Nor waste time hate those who idea improving Laden and enlarge in ministration and ii std an Inclima a Ete main to a eld alleged policy 01� the party and tre presently Tome Lunate do will want to in there will to Lal said that the Illarion policy in 5� president elect party and Fri cd it the other 4u<4 by to Crow Over arrival and reception the Southern coloured delegation. 9 a address let. Cincinnati custom House. To be a taxed tue buy and year above written. Is Alj a up f. Weight . Pc isl to the Cincinnati com Marcial. Washington january 14.�?general torn Young is the Warpath for More Money to continue work the Cincinnati Post office and custom House building. It is computed at the Cerf a Lopiz that in Ibe year 1915 Trio population the United states will reach a round 100,090.000, gun a that Caliper. The Large gun that kind Ever tested so a tie said was a amp eight Inch Caliper and the inventors guns clan a that it by no Tulane follows that because a Eglit Lnch gun stands the test a twelve Inch similar construction will answer As Welt tha civilian with whop y9vrcorrcspoudeiit conversc4 asserted Aiso that the Tost the a gov Attoh to Rig Piu gun was made with smaller charges powder and lighter projectile than those which it is claimed to to constructed to carry. It is also assented that while the ordnance department already has tobacco. And it is believed the Cincinnati custom House will be fully completed and furnished by that i j0 in twelve Inch Crispin Gofas under Way. Tiro com total amount risks $2,747,569 80 it time. There Are Many who now think a smaller a p1#ti a a Foh wort Rozaire two years time Vod a building More quickly completed would have been j the le8ult a hights unknown an appropriation 1 bettor. On wednesday general Young will appear. J now j 6ke l fyr Tbs the traction four others before Tine appropriation committee and make an argument in favor his Bill now before them to appropriate $750,000, to let a in inertia Ely available to continue tins work. The general said today that he Felt confident getting $500,000 anyway. Agency p. Lorillard amp co. Mallory amp Baj River is it. 7 weft second Street will cakr7 a full list a the celebrated Toh Adeoe p. Lorillard a co. For the i by wholesale jobbers and paddlers. _ a a a 1ail-2weo<l-5p Tilos. Gill a. C. E. Mccammon. T1ios. Gi1pi.y a co., wholesale Jasd retail lumber dealers office and Yard 7t7. 7if and 751 West sixth so use Bell Telephone. Cincinnati. A third and fourth Street ears run direct to our up and. De30-30t Eod a i i Quot m i 1 sidewalk to property owners. Votice 19 hereby Given to the Fol lowing owners property to repair Eon u in jul no Tuil in 1 y to w to mrry feb win Rrt re f 1�?o in i lie office 1 is Board Public works and the rules and ordinances governing the Turre and pursuant to resolutions passed by said Board. A i 24 it. A Ioma Shn s. S. Underoliffavo., e. Of Willow Street. 00 a. Catherine Roslnberger w. S. Falke st., bet. Lani Nond and Wayne. 033. Trios. C. N. Smith s. S. Columbia ave., e. Of cd a i wish Road. 1099 Joseph Ruwe e. S. Cherry bet. Walnut and Northern let inns. 1117. H. F. Horst Iau. W. S. Carthage Pike bet. 5�t. Clair and Greenwood. 1121. John Vogue w. I. Carthage Pike n. Of Nixon Street. Us. Jas. A. Corry e. S. Carthage Pike bet. St. Cl4r nud French. 13 40. Eleanor Douglass e. S. Carthage Pike bet. Amp a. Clair and French. 1179. Louis Holte Wita s. S. State st., bet. Pine and Oak. 1218. I Eorge Breide n. E. Hammoud st., bet. Marshal and Eden aves 1310. Marla Jean e. S. State ave., bet. Ernst st. And Lehman Road. 1882. Alice c ony s trustee administrator to reset curb and con rust Brick sidewalk e. Side off Larson bet. Charley and Corry. By order the Board. David Baker. President. D. In. Brown. Clerk. Ia.s-4tsa go Quot. A a a Mastek c0mii�810ner�?Ts Sale. Master a 8alc. The state Ohio Hamilton county s.-?. Pursuant to the command 01 in Orth r for oui the common Picas court Fiat Hilton , an-1 to uie directed. I will offer at a Maliu a a in lir Rotunda the court House in the Oitt x incl Nau. Oak a monday february 11, a. I it. 1881, at 11 clock ., the following described real estate to wit let number 40 Harty in Block number 1< ten m Mabou and Utida it ung Tony a nub div Boob Home City Hamilton county o., according to the plat As recorded in \ lie unc ords Hamilton county nud a Cir Trio sume premises conveyed by George l Mcintyre and wife to Elizabeth Boone now Elizabeth Davis by Dot de Dau d Juil 24. 1830. Ami Rico idd in a to Ltd a 202, Png 1�s�o, Liiri Jitou Othi Uty Oisin records valued 5>2 to be by order 01 court in Case no. 02,310. Wherein William Williamson it no. Executors. Aro plaintiffs and George n. I Eighton it ai., Are Del a Dauts. Terms a ule. Cash. W. C. Fee Delruy my Ster commissioner. Victon Arrahim attorney. Cincinnati. Jannary 14.18�1. Jul 14-5t South Carolina census. Seelal to the Cincinnati . Washington january 14.�?colonel Butterfield and his assistants have about completed their re count the population in South Carolina and the same size and make. These eight guns full Cost about $100,000, without Sny Bertei Lofy a wit they can he used at All what the civilian Ipp a tutors Erin aug ask is that co Grem pass an act for the appointment by the president a Board commission Era disinterested men who shall conduct a Sorie experiments it tube several guns awaiting test and give Wiebi a fair ?t3j� Republican use have about i placed upon be May at general til the republicans Grant Banff special to the was try botox Jan members the 8en�t to branded that if orig retired list with tace Rai the army it Tju not t Hare control wyth a Dejuno crts feel an Usu. Grant Aero but Labory in behalf particularly in new Democrat Goe so far kept away now York w cock and thus Lis rec surd. A demo ratio to jul Conin it Iuey a before Tir Erfy ent pop a Tenn Way uyt a a a a Pood iii he Mesuro for Many Roas the out the Deepu Blutau a thus the feeling Autong a moral Grant since pfc. Republican party crop May that Many Republican i Bers Ere Viot a voidable to the idea placing him the retired list creating �?T4� him the to sex to Velmor Obama Bernabi South co Iona and professor Greener. Mb8ssnoer��?T Bilbao to the messenger bringing the electoral vote Ohio received $121. The Tofi est paid to any messenger was $10 50, to a in Ryiauda the Oregon after Senger got $963. The new York messenger is ent led to $93 25, but John Jacob Astor brought the Voto that state and has never called for his mileage. Secretary Shurma i left Here at 9 30 to night going direct to go no ral Garfield s Homo at Mentor Ohio. The Secretary is accompanied by Hia private Wen go Pher and will be absent from Washington about one week. Wants to know toc know the nomination colonel John w. Finnell to to a coh Fator internal Revenda for the sixth District vice Winfield Holden the present collector has Doc Anione considerable comment in Revenue circles where . Holden la regarded As an efficient officer. Or. Holden 1� now is Way to Washington to inquire How the thing was dome. in . To. A delegation from new York City consisting . Win. E. Dodge Rev. John Hall Rev. Howard Crossby and Rev. 8. R. Riggs called upon the parlor president to Day in relation to the condition a the Fonda indians. The delegation will to Morrow visit the Interior department and have a talk with score tary Zohuri. Shall have a country that shall lift up All and oppress none. General Garfield responded in the following language / f gun Era. and gun theme a i to Alk Yop for your congratulations Tylie a ult egg fail termination the great Campaign fluid recently closed acid Hupt Dally Jour kind allusion to me personal he for the part i bore in that Campaign. What i have done what i have said concerning your race and the crts per Wei that your Para Euce this continent has raised i have said As a matter pro amp and Convis Stiop and hold to with All the meaning the words rip Hyed to st pressing it. What you have an4ri in regard to the Situa a Tion your p Elopre tile trounle3 that they do it to Pitt fat t countered the evils from which they have in sieved us Nik. To. i a an<1 stir Gaffer it r wit l Attell i0uf Soutth a a Aud shall give it full Nie afire reflection. Re this it it the Timo nor the in f Ivr Meta m i Dickte anything As Tif what i shall Nake to say Frfd a to a do by Njadl Bye. In As he Lal War., hut this i May say r noted As a one sentence in the remarks general Elliott to the effect that tue Tuitui safty citizens us he alleges i in some portions the South Are oppressed by the minority 4# this be so Why 1� it so re because a trained Man is two three men a a to a a in one. In comparison with a Man and our id politics and outside Par another address from african m. E. Zion Church Wash responds in a Short speech. It a nominations. The president sent the follow Long nominations to the Senate to Day if w. P. Smith indians u. M Rev a 8 a Puskul at pm to Agenia uni Ted tags colom it pod res. The Tia Harry a. Diak m Maine u. 8. Gobeul at fort be hostility to Erie Canada. Confirmations. Very effective vol learn ticket Ole prominent j that if a Dinant had e gone for he j Dhoti Wen As-1 the Clouss Mili tie Senate Cotini Tibold v. Tytke Lee. Of Mississippi u. To. District attorney for the Southern District a Mississippi Daniel Mclaughlin collector Cut for the mls in Selp a l. E. Wert in kansft4, for the Dion. Indians in la in Kimka. I a us a x. A a postmaster so Gep. W. More 4.thcqs, a John Ruch Berwick a. A de Iriina James to Ebensburg commit the up Frt p. 9. My Vertar. Reader Laws pm. A. Allen 1 a a a a , p Oil bae i to the Toft which was Toht i the plan adopted Tor the congressional Library Ora should be pail building provides to it for a rectangular 450 mfg Udo a by 300 feet with a height 72 feet divided into a a two Stoios the style architecture w a mod i crafts towards lorm the i Rench the in behalf the nil dog when competed will Cost about $3,000,-it is bit Fairty 000. J. Lvii in Bucu Al Iauco iii. Congressional Library building. Their final report will be submitted before baby own to be tested the Aie not favourable Days. The result their investigation has been a striking confirmation the correctness the june count. To Tho localities where the cd Nevis has f been retaken there is a gain 869 Over the june count in a total population about 18,000/ in speaking this matter to Day general Walker said 1 can not imagine that there will by further objections to the Coin a re etness a a the South Carolina census j a colonel Lutter Fieh and his assistants All j Northern men and republicans and you May be 1 Chanco Ai do put a a to a thorough test. It u Felt tie Captain general. As by the i Presto Lent. While thir give re cats privately Whir this should not be Dono yet measure either Tho office a sprain general Tor him p mitc him the retired list fairly before the House Ilia probable that eve Fiji rep Talican v it the Wonia be Cost in the Ting because it by the civilian ordnance investors that when the chief w it if Luaao constr Uotila act As president the Hord making Tho test and has a gun his to outsiders. Xuc chief May have a Breech Load constructed according to Peci lations say to Bear a charge 290 pounds powder and to carry a 800 pounds weight at a veloce Ity 1886 feet from the muzzle the pm eve the first Sec and penetrating forty four Nobes Iron. Tha actual test my be made with a charge one Hundred and i a pounds powder and a seven Hundred pm a funds weight Yenes rating Twenty seven thirty inches a Iron and if Effie talk Are controlling the report sure if the census had been stuffed they won Nelv to at fads to appear perfectly salts factory air a Mac found it out. They went Down there with in i Hong promises ars not fulfilled. For thes st auctions to take an entirely new census in the localities where there was the greatest cause for a. A la Las 1 us. A a Ift re pro Settle the conto verse about the correctness the 8outh Carolina senator Allison and the Cabinet. 8pedal to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14.�?there Aro Strung reasons for believing that senator Allison Iowa will by Garfield a Secretary the Treasury. The report that the senator Lias gone to Mentor and will spend sunday with Garfield is regarded As confirmatory this View. Secretary 8herman will be there also. Recently in conversation with an intimate Friend a member the a dose. Secretary Sherman asked him who to thought would go to the head the Treasury. Tho member suggested Morrill Vermont Secretary Sherman replied that he understood Morrillos health was poor and that he did not want the Placo. 8evcrnl other name were us posted among them a prominent Iowa politician whom Sherman said was not qualified for the position the member then suggested Allison to it which Sherman replied that Allison was a Good a Man for the place and left the impression that he j rather thought Garfield would Call Alii Bou to the position. Iowa and Garfield sat Side by Side in the a number years and were always very intimate friends. He and . Blaine Are also exceedingly intimate and spend a great Deni time together in a confidential manner. Or Allison a particular friends have no doubt that if he wishes it he Oan be t he next Secretary the Treasury. The Point that he has not yet decided with himself is whether it will be More desirable to go into the Cabinet to remain in the Senate where he has four years yet to serve. Pennsylvania senator ship. Reasons the civilian gun inventors desire a com urse Iob disinterested persons to test All Oom a nor Breech loading Cannon six Inch Caliper involves a Large outlay Money and n great Deal time the investors Biuk they ought to receive some consideration at the hands the government. Franking abuses. 0 u0uat10ns. Cmari the Little Miami a. R. Co. Lafayette Bank . Cincinnati. December 25,1890. The annual meeting the Stock hour vein this company will he held it this office tue8da 25th january 1$81. At 11 clock for the purpose electing twelve directors for the cu�u1ijg year and for Siu a other by Ine a As May com before the meeting. The polls will be opened at 12 Oyloe. And will be closed at 1 clock . Julius Dexter do�?~25-31-Sa fico Wentry the Board. Office the Farmers insurance company i to. 19 West third st., Cincinnati i 1he stockholders will meet at the office monday the 17th iust., Between 10 clock And 2 clock p.m., to elect 9 nine directors. A k. F. Wenndorf. Spca a. _ ,tnl3-5lth.s. i removal. 3rlei 30.0 Vogt a. My factory till Cincinnati Bra 88 4 i works has been removed to my new and capacious building nos. 15 and 17 East Lith st near main. Lung Al Willimer. Jul5- top Winter resort. 3 i in. X a it larend01� hotel Green Cove Springs Jacksonville accommodations Ken if fyr circular giving full description place Ait climate Eddres Jay Lut. Of Harris a a leg ate prop a. It a till ratio Al Londale female co Liege. Bomi annual Ges--1 l ii Coni Suenee Munday january ? Al _ Ca, and information a idles special to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14.�?senator Don. Cameron returned to Duy from Harrisburg. Lie talked very freely with j is associates the floor the Senate As to the senatorial situation in Pennsylvania. He said that everything was All right and that . Oliver the caucus nominee the re pub cult would certainly be elec Ted. Senator Cameron i not at All dismayed at the action the grow republicans As he looks upon them As lacking in Back Bone and that when the Pinch comes they will March up and support the caucus nominee a democratic member the House from Pennsylvania said to Day that if the democrats were Wise enough to profit by the Opportunity they might slip in a senator their own party Between the contending republicans. Lart night a Telegram to tins effect was a ent to senator w Allace and he was requested to come to Harrisburg at once. To Lay Seua Toifl Alinee said that he certainly did not intend to go to Harrisburg at this time that the Democrat in member the legislature had not made their caucus nomination for senator and be considered there was very Little probability in any contingency the selection a democratic senator. He thought that when the critical moment arrived there would not be enough republicans to Fly the caucus decision to change the result and this opinion show that he coincided with his colleague Don. Cameron. Pennsylvania republicans Here ars generally agreed in the View that the party machine is so Strong that the Republican caucus nominee will eventually pull through although they think it not unlikely under the circumstances that Tho balloting May be somewhat protracted. It was said that in the possible event that the Cameron faction discover it impossible to elect Oliver they will turn in and elect a Democrat sooner than witness the Success a Republican opposed to them. As intimated it will be somewhat surprising if this contingency should occur. _ a supreme court Case. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14.�?the supreme court 1.1 r Zurc a a a a. Day. Of tote week keen entirely men Panijel d n nifty in hearing the arguments in the Case Hoyt it Al. And Franklin it no. Is. Amasa William Sprague it Al., an Appeal from the u. S. Circuit court for Rhode Island. The Case is an interesting one and involves As much if not More Money than any private cause Ever before the supreme court amounting to several million dollars. In Brief it May he stated As follows in 1843 Amasa 8prague, the firm a. A w. Sprague died. Wro. Sprague the surviving partner As it appears with the consent the widow Amasa continued the business without accounting for his brother a interest and the whole property the firm remained in his Hamas. A a 1856, just before his death win. Sprague took into partnership his own son Byron and the two sons the deceased brother Amasa Aud William. After his death with the consent his widow and with the continued consent passive acquiescence the widow Amasa the elder the ensure property was left in their 8pe�lal to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14.�?the abuse the franking privilege by the late democratic congressional committee is being investigated by a House committee which converso Ohio it chairman. To Day postmaster Ainger was the stand and totalled How the fraud was detected. The democratic Campaign committee was sending through malls Large quantities documents in packages. The outside documents were a Frank Able character but he was informed by one red Gate an employee the committee that the Post office department was being swindled and an examination was Mude the next lot that Casio in. It was discovered that in the package Only the document s placed the outside the bundles were subject to Frank and the inside was filed with comm tree publications such As a the great steal a Little steal a a Republican fraud a a fraud �?T76,�?� a a Davis report upon frauds in the Treasury department a a Garfield a character a a Hancock s life Aud work a a. About two ton this matter were seized being found under the Frank twelve Del Trent democratic congressmen and senators. There was found also by the accidental breaking a package that nine sacks filled with empty envelopes bearing the Frank these congressmen were being forwarded from the National democratic committee in new Oik to the Washington committee evidently for use in sending out Small documents. In this lot 6eized under illegal Franks were ome eighty thousand envelopes. Or. Gibson Foreman the folding department the committee testified that he had a Large Force men at work under him All summer at the Capitol. He saw men at work All the time filling in congressmen a names. He said he knew the latter he was sending out in bundles could not go legally by mail but if it went by express course it was All right. He asked no questions and never knew the matter was mailed. Much the labor writing in the names congressmen the franking stamp was done by country clubs who did this As their share the Campaign work. Envelopes and franking tickets were sent to them by Tho thousand for that purpose and came Bank franked by having the names congressmen Cox Dunn senator Call and others filled. In order to lighten the work they were always instructed to fill in Short names. Witness was reported to the committee As a Republican and ordered to be discharged but the manager was afraid to do it because to knew too much about the secrets the committee. It appears from Gibson a Story that the committee was very much cramped for Money after the Indiana election. They Only paid 43, 65 and 85 cents a Day and then when pay Day came they bad not the Money to Settle. His own salary As Foreman the folding rcom was to be put at forty dollars per month and they could Only pay in in thirty final settlement. Cannon Campbell controversy. Illinois sheep breeders 4nnu and meeting the Illinois Fine Wool i Heep Breede jets association. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Elgin tll., january Iez the third annual Nanct a w14---- Inge the Illinois fisc Wool Sheey breeders As would honome a party Quas Twa indeed it in that1 Sotis Tiba. Was held in this City yesterday there be now so near it that 4t it i hard ing a la pc attendance sheep breeders from All to draw a Liq Delia aka in. Afew democrats Parta Fuho Northwest. Daniel Kelly Wheaton have been reported a Lav Orah e a the measure a Tho odes sheep breeder in the United states pc but when put to the test they done to pan out cupped to la chair rather they a a out the it stance toe Johnston we if surviving expo Dorate Gene a frien it Fly terms with a st reported to be favourably him the retired la Saks drawn in Bill but to it was a my amp a Althea Johnston did not Side. Foyil a filet the it Franj placing e Mccook a eneral then a in ton. Special to Tho Cincinnati com Merrval Leveland o., Tori Quaty 14.�?the coloured Dele gation Ermythe South which lifts been in the City for two Days visited general Garfield at Mentor to any. The company was met at Mentor and taken in Slof grf to general Garfield s residence where he cordially received them in acis Parlours lion. R. B. Elliott and by hot Hood the a. M. E. Church made speeches after which general Garfield Scipo Defi. This was followed by a conference Between the president elect and a portion the delegation. Each Ono the participants in this talk refuses to say anything about it. Late in the afternoon the coloured gentlemen returned to Cleveland and this evening left for Washington being received by general Garfield in the . Elliott the spokesman addressed verify i powerful Over the minority m to make its in men As trained and Iofe Digun As the minority itself. That brings the Equality find no Law Cali Confer Rand Mui Fain in the Long run a thing that i not upheld with a reasonable degree Una Ture and in a a Geuco. Legislation ought a it Dot la it run. I Iava made the a suggestions ship Pinto indicate that tile education your Mee. In Ray judgment. He at the Baso tha final solution it your great question and that cannot to altogether in the Bonds the state by National government. The government ought to do All it property can Bat the native hungering Ami Timir sting for knowledge that the creator planted in every child must by cultivated by Tho parents those children to the Hurt possible Dazree their ability to that the hands Tho a Hoople shall reach out and grasp in the darkness the hand Tho government extended to help and by that Union Effort bring what Mere legislation alone can not immediately rejoice that you have expressed so strongly and earnestly views in regard to the necessity yen education. I have Felt for Cypra that Chut was the final solution. Those Effort that Are Humble and comparatively out sight ate in the Long run the efforts that Tell. I have sometimes thought that the men Zunt Vuk a a i sink a coffer dam into the River Aud work for the president Eket As follows. A months in anchoring great stones to build the solid As representative the coloured republicans i abutments Aud pier whose work is by and by the states Virginia North Carolina South car-1 hidden by the water and out Wight do not get their share the Oredor. The Gaudy Structure the Bridge that rests Olivua. Georgia Florida and Texas we Hare come in their behalf and in our names to congratulate these piers and across which the trains Thiafi you your triumphant election to the High and responsible Oil Tel president the United state and to assure you that As their prayers during the exciting political contest which has so happily eventuated in your Success were Fervour by uttered Der. Is the thing that strike the Fey the i enemy Public a great Deal More to Tutu the sunken piers and hard work. The educational growl Lay us the building up Industry flip Economy non All that can help Tho foundations Asal Prosperity is the work that in the Long run Techt. Some scotch poet in your behalf As the Standard bearer the re j said put it in the Mouth some publican i arts. So shall Thev still Pray that you Prophet to Sty that the time would Home a when May be guided by the divine a Wisdom securing Bertram a right and bertrams might shall meet Fea All american citizens the Blessing equal a a height a and it when Tho Law and just administration. Cheered by the and the right a people meet that majorities Are Manv Brave utterance which you Havo in the no ver oppressed by minorities trusting Witle past made in our behalf and recognizing the vain-1 men. That you May Tako part in this Earnest Stork Able service you have hitherto rendered in the. Of building up your race from the foundation ii to cause our emancipation and Urauchi Lemeut Wethe solidity intelligence and Industry and have also come to present Vou a Brief statement upon those buses at last see All our condition in Trio Faith not in a spirit dicta a your rights recognized 1� my Tion. But in the belief cd that n fair rep resent at Ion personal wish and Hope for your people . Our cause can Best be made by those us who Are compelled to endure grievous wrong for Mere opinions Sake. Although clothed with the. Rights Litiza Lahip by the provisions the Constitution Tho United states and Reorg sized a it such by legislative enactments and judicial decisions a ret still iii All the Southern states we ars by Eiriz Cizik in name and not in fact. Our right to Partick Pate in elect Ion for the Choice Public a racers is not Only questioned but in Many localities absolutely denied up by Means armed viol enoc fraud and intimidation. In Luuy the Southern states sir the right majorities Are illegally and wantonly subverted by the imperious will unscrupulous minorities for no other reason than this that these majorities consist men who tree and enfranchised by the Laws the. A land pm Fifer to remain Loyal to the country in the world which Are citizens and steadfast la the sup-1 was formed port that political party Duleh saved the Lite dirty the Elliott then introduced Bishop Hood As the bearer an address from the Beana Bishops the african m. R. Zion Church which Bishop Hoed Road As follows Washington d. Pm january 11,1881. At a meeting Tho Bishops the african m. E Zion Church held Iff this City above Date the following letter wus drawn up As the unanimous expression their feedings and the it. Rev. Bishop j.\v. Hood was delegated to convey the same to his excellency the president elect the United states. To the Hon. James a. Garfield. President elect the United states a dear sir and Iio nored Friend the Board Buh Ops the oldest body coloured methodists Tho nucleus from which it being the. Coloured metro first buy formed in tee Root As to whether the Mcm oof Sill should be favourably reported not be Vernl Johnston voted no As did every other Democrat the committee. In speaking this matter a prominent sex con federate said to your correspond oat that he regretted the matter has assumed such prominence before the country As Tho position the Southern men in opposition to the mean ure was liable to mis construction. They Wei charged with Bce do hostile to Grant and seeking this Means a getting even with him. This our informant declared was untrue Aud did the Southern men injustice. Their opposition was based upon the fact that they did not want to establish the precedent taking a Man from civil life and creating a military Otilee for him at a High Shlary. It was in fact he alleged but a entering wedge toward the establishment a civil pension list. The upshot the matter will probably be every measure looking to the placing Grant the retired list creating the office Captain general for him will be Delia cd before this Congress but that the next Congress which Wilcer Tummy be Republican in Ono Branch and probably in both will do for Grant Rybat is now refused. Chinese treaties. Vandercook Cherry Valley rend Haj Onuta a poit giving injury valuable brats to american Wool go Witzig. The past Gearha Eben a big Tey Meir he a a a Nofs Assoc Iatrou and for Tufe Buell rest Wool growing in general. The claim that to be fsr West because it boundless pastures is superseding the More thickly nettled. States in sheep raising tsp a i Fly for Middle states is increasing faster than the pro action. It is generally been considered that Australia possesses the finest and heaviest the nation and to the charge which can most j America the Church John Street in new York solely be entrusted the duty preserving the re having a following More than half a million nuts by the late War. The methods people the United Bates. Resorted to by our political opponent in the Smiith Dominion Canada wet India Island and to deprive us rightful participation in Public Siberia take this Opportunity for ourselves Aud a fairs have been so often stated to the pub those we represent to express our appreciation Oil he and Are so Well known to you that 1 your Able services rendered in the securing Tho it is unnecessary a that we should enter a Freedom and enfranchisement our race in this upon a detailed statement them this Eccas-1 country and your continued advocacy the Prin Ion. Suffice it to say that by the infamous use j a Isles civil and political equal to. And also fraudulent tis tue ballots by the deliberate Falsitt-1 cation registry books apr election returns by the forcible exclusion from the polls Legal voters by armed mobs by murder and a general system Terr min by Trio refusal in Many instances to hold elections it proc ufos. Bebe the majority the vote Are Ifo put icons elections have been rendered a Mere fare a the Short the state Gor Emu cuts which have been Modo to derive their Owers not from the consent the governed but your untiring Effort to promote human Elevation. We desire also to express our supremo grate a cation at the Elevation to the exalted position president one in Wiliom Are combined not Ofili those exc Chent qualities statesmanship which have rightfully placed you in the ret rank americans most valued sous but also those Christian efforts which have characterized your Eon so and marked you As the special advocate the rights humanity regarding go wer Era for duty Yace. Or a fit my Salt i Letitia fleeces but a recent test made at its exhibition at Sydney new South in favor american sheep. We have since made Large shipments Sliech to that country marking a new Era in american sheep Breeding. Daniel Kelley spoke the following prospects the american Wool grower. Only during the past few years Lias the business been prosperous in this country and to its existing t Ariff Doe he assign Rheee Maeb Imey it Tion use do we a Points for to an latent add purp�se7wy Aret Bishy a k��d3u organized against us the jury a Fern j his social civil a a st for Hgt nov turn s being composed not Only those i pith our people Thero fonder him Jpe amp a dirt who sympathize with the violators the 1 fit to present to Iofi Fletr a coh Dion s International Law but frequently consisting in part Tbs act und wants and your party a a record is amp sufficient Wales resulted he a participants in these wrong doing and hi-1 guarantee that whatever Means red Rosa 1 deed when we turn even to the Federal courts May is within your Power will not be withheld the vindication our rights we find that these assured dec that our prayer Rdialul follow wrongs Are suffered to pass unchallenged i to to the executive Elias invoking upon you the Aud the perpetrators them go us jul Ershig the divine dispensation in Hiram lug whipped Justice because under the Tho affair the nation that under your Admonia pee sent jury Laws Eha eted by a democratic con i traction Snee. Prosperity happiness Aud Good Gresz the Tii dets and bettors in these crime sit in the jury Box to pass judgment them. This condition affairs added to the unfair and unjust treat meat our people at the bands those this Largo improvement. Without the Banff Traer i who constitute the Weiass employer has created ican Wool growing could not exist. In 1833, when a Fot la 1��?T�T� c the Tariff wools was Ruisch every Woolen inn one isl to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14�?�?TTho following is the full text the letter Secretary Evarts transmitting the chinese treaties to the president department state ? Washington d. A january 10, 1s81. J to the president i herewith submit for transmission to the Senate the treaty signed at peking the 17th novem her. 1880, by the commissioners plenipotentiary Tho United states and the commissioners Pleni Poteau Minry Trio emperor China together with i the correspondence giving Tho Comise Rezula i turns. The first treaty is confined in Ite provisions to the future regulation chinese immigration into the United states Ibe treaty submitted Tho questions raised bet we a the two countries in a manner alike honorable and satisfactory to both. While preserving to the subjects China engaged in mercantile pursuits in study in teaching a factory dealer and breeder in the United states web compelled to abandon the business. The association adopted a Resolution memorializing Congress to sustain the present Tariff wools. The Resolution sets Forth that the existing Tariff is Noee a amp by for the continuance and Prosperity this important Industry. It was voted by the association to hold its annual sheep shearing festival at Woodstock in april next it exact Date to be fixed upon by the exe Outino committee. Superintendent Mcd. Richards was instructed to invite experts from Wisconsin Iowa Aud the Eastern states. The election officers for the ensuing year resulted George e. Peck Genova president g. W. Hunt Greenwood vice president w. C. Vandercook Cherry Valley be Cretura and treasurer. O Steubenville. Chan a. E have admitted Samuel h. Troy in brine As a partner in our Bun,e8>. Ten i till name is changed to Trounstine re a cd. Amp to. Trounstine a co i Foyt Fatt. January 15.1881. 1al5-3t-3n__adtunl�ituatou�?T8 a ale. Notice administrator s Sale. Roriie under8igned will offer Tail to Oruo Mcrice it 10 Clork Terms Cash Robert Gordon i and the . Of John t. Crawford deceased. Jordan Jordan a William attorney. Jal5-3t-Sa special to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january 14.�?Delegate Cannon Utah who has four wire Aud a seat in Congress which Allen g. Campbell is attempting to take from him Tho 6eat in Congress Dot the wives sum up Campbells protest and demand As follows 1. That As canvassing officers the governor and Secretary have Power to a go behind the returns and ascertain from extrinsic evidence the number vote legally East for each candidate. 2. That there is no evidence tending to disprove Bis qualifications for the office Delegate in Congress. 3. That there is no evidence tending to disprove the qualifications the 1,357 electors who voted for him. 4. That i am an unnatural Zed alien. 5. That being such i am not eligible to the office Delegate in Congress and that my ineligibility resulting from Alienage is aggravated by polygamy which be to tanks is incompatible Vita citizenship Aud inconsistent with an honest oath allegiance to the Constitution the United states. 6. That All the 18,568 votes cast for me at the late election Are therefore void and Are to be excluded from the canvass. 7. Thai As a consequence the certificate election is to be delivered by the canvassers to him and not to me. 8. That the females in the territory who claimed the right to vote outnumbered All the votes polled at the late election. 7. That it a must be taken for granted a that All votes cast by Ica Oftle were cast Lor me. 10. That the territorial legislation which extend the right suffrage to females is void. It. That it l there fore impossible to determine without proof that the 18,568 vote Cost for me i eluded More Legal rotes the a the 1,357 votes cast for him. 12. That the vote the female have a vitiated Tho Delegate cans a having thu Liucc Knetl stated travel for curiosity the Rig lit free Intercourse with this country Trio chinese government Lias recognized in the government the United states the right to regulate limit and suspend tue introduction into its thrill Ory chinese labor whenever in its discretion it shall threaten the Good order any locality endanger the interests society. The second treaty is intended to Supply Trio in com pie Tenesy some the provisions former treaties. The first clause without assuming imposing any special obligation recognizes the advantage an enlarged commercial Intercourse Between the citizens and subjects the two countries and expresses the part the chinese government its readiness to give favo Rable consideration to any proposal Lor the Extension those relations which this government May deem it Wise and useful to Nek the second clause prohibits the participation our citizens our vessels in the opium Trade in China. The anxiety the chinese government to suppress this iniquitous traffic is Honor blk in itself and was expressed with to Trio commissioners the United a tubes. The Well known sentiments ibis government in regard to this Trade Mvi cd the confident Appeal to it the part the chinese government to take the Lead among foreign nations in the proscription this pernicious commore. The fourth Aud last clause secures by treaty stipulation the trial All actions whether Cost to tract arising bit Ween our citizens and subjects and China in the court the judicial authorities the defendant and the application the Laws the defendants nationality to All such litigation. In All Caes Tho plaintiffs Are secured the official presence at the trial their National officers the right to present examine and Cross examine witnesses and otherwise to maintain a wat Chloi Observance the trial. We. M. Evarts. The preamble to the treaty recites the appointment the commissioners plenipotentiary and the desire and necessity for some modification the existing treaties especially respecting the immigration chinese labor and states that after consideration examination and discussion the the follow eng articles in modification have been agreed upon article , in the opinion the government the United states Tho coming chinese labourers to the United states their residence therein affects threatens to affect the interests that country Auy locality wet lieu the territory thereof the government China agrees that the government states Jay regulate limit suspend such coming residence but May not absolutely prohibit it. The limitation suspension shall be reasonable and shall apply Only to the chinese who May go to the United states As labourers other classes not being included in the limitation. Legislation taken in regard to chinese labourer will be ugh a character As is Only necessary to enforce the regulation. Limitation suspension Immi nation no immigrants shall be subject to personal maltreatment abuse Kentucky moon8hiner8. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Washington january i4.�?revenue agent Atkinson telegraphs from Cave City ky., to Day follows a have just got in from a raid in Edmonson county destroyed three distilleries two Copper still Cap and worm Twenty nine tube the Village Blacksmith charged with Bastardy. Special to the Cincinnati commercial. Steubenville o., january 14.�?to-Day there appeared in this City a woman named Martha Harlinger from the Village it. Pleasant this county and made affidavit against Georgs Bower the a Village Blacksmith a charging him with being the father a Little one year old girl and also with being the cause her being at present in an interesting condition. The plaintiff is about forty j ears age a widow and Mother three Beautiful Young girls the youngest being fifteen Summers old. Two years ago she and Bowers began living together under a contract As Man and wife and in 1879 she Guve birth to a child and is now pregnant with another. Bowers being the cause both mrs. Harlinger was every where introduced As mrs. Bowers and they bought property and joined churches As Man and wife. On new years Day however he left her and married a Young lady named Bone Twenty years old. The Mother an illegitimate child the reputed father which is a Young Man named Shannon. Bowers has a wife and three Bildren in Cambridge but was divorced from this one. He then went to Tennessee where he also married. Finally he tired this woman and came North again and captivated mrs. Harlinger by his charms. Tiring her he took another and this last one is the Bone Contention that has put him in a bad scrape. Two men 6hot in a Baguio. Coolie White Aud Reddy Mckay were shot Early this morning in a Row at the Baguio Madame Anderson. Mckay was shot twice in the neighbourhood the Groin and White was shot through the and had a Ball Graze Bis head. A neither the men is in Auy danger. No arrest yet. Church dissensions. Will remain to overtake you. We Aro very respectfully dear sir your Humble air vants 8. , chairman. We. H. Hillary sh5ietary. General Garfield replied a please return my thanks to the Board e slops for their Kiad expressions and suggestions. After Wlms t have already said no further response will be after customary greetings the delegation returned to Cleveland. Plllen�?T8 Promise a great measure to disorganized the Industrial system tic Bouth. Forced to a tagger under burdens which arc heavier than they can Bear they a re necessarily driven to seek Relief in precipitate flight from their Homes into strange Aud oftentimes uncongenial place. Titis tends not Only to prevent the coloured musses the South from contributing any proper share to tue general wealth the country but also takes Nway from the sooth its chief Prodnc-1_ ing element and thereby prevents her from i bearing her proper share the Public burdens genuine Indiana love Story no cards while the other hand it tends to inject Inte the 1 and no cake a communities to which they go. Vast bodies men without capital and oftentimes wit but even Suffi client menus subsistence chances employ a ment thereby greatly increasing the consuming special to the Cincinnati commercial element in those communities without adding and j Sulu Yville ind., january 14.�?at present the thing to then Power production. Another difficulty under which we Lauror is the want proper1 atmosphere in the locality the first toll Gate the Norristown Elko is highly impregnated with a sensation considerable magnitude. The causes Tho commotion As gleaned by the commercial correspondent to Day Are As follows the Toni House in question is situated just at the South end the City and is Fitt by mrs. Fannie Coats a widow unusual Fine appearance for one her age. Near Geneva this county resides an aged Man named William Pullen. The old gentleman a peaceable secession. Special to the Cincinnati commercial Toledo january 14.�?eighty-five the members the Westminster presbyterian Church. A the i Iuit m this City have withdrawn in a body and Pur ated educational facilities for our children arising in Many instances not to much from their us will Hig Cess As Iron the inability the state govern meets to meet the educational demands their inhabitants. In View these difficulties end recognizing. As we do the further fact Tii at our citizenship can Only be rendered permanently effective by a general diffusion education among people we would respectfully urge the importance creating a National system education for the toiling Tapases trader the supervision and control the Federal government instead leading the he a passed his seventy second mile Stone the enlightenment the youth the Cebu Rood to the grave but it seems from the Cir for a a a siege a Deif a Deposit pm tie Anor Cuto stance that in love making a still retain the inadequate resources state governments k considerable his Youthful buoyancy. These two Sorto the cud thai it n a justly he said our persons have met frequently and mrs. Goat avers t hat it not omy franchise Oil. But Edu-1 that a Cut a talk Lime in Len ask ipod Aid promised to marry her. Tuesday evening last was the appointed j time for the Twain to to tied up together. Or. Pullen instead coming to time seut Bis sweetheart a note telling her that he guessed he would not lie Hailds in the. Even info. Mrs. Coats receiving this deter mined in Muvdi the i Atchly to ascertain Tho causes such base treatment and try if possible to bring the Recreant Lover to time. In order to do this she secured the i but services John Burk a Deputy sheriff who with Placier in Public Ion men not Only in s Atic. Booms writ waited the old a pintle my at h m symph Tbs with the principles a improvements a we Waitcus tue a a Wenneman at the Republican party but who use those positions to obstruct Aud hinder Tho enforcement Laws passed for the Protection the rights american Oil Lens men who though calling themselves republicans Aie no fixed Well defined political sentiments men who Are All things to All men and nothing to any and who Are totally without a following and represent nobody country cat s All. While it 1� far from our purpose intention to express and preferences As Between republicans for appointment to Oiler we nevertheless deem it our duty in the interest those whom we have the Honor to represent As Well As in the interest the party at Large to Call attention to character Federal appointments in the Smith in the past and Vespe Cerully urge that Tho system but themselves be do longer set Over us As representatives the Federal government. 8uch a a it Point neuts sit instead strengthening the Republican party in the South have been % positive source weakness. Sir we arc not unmindful Tho truth which ran not to too often repeated residence. The writ read As follows Shelby Villez ind., january 11,1881. William Pullen your word that you Oan not be present and keep your contract marriage with me this Day has met my ears. You Are hereby notified that you held to your Promise to the letter. Ati<4 that if you remain a Vay in any manner fail to keep said Promise you will so violate your agreement at your peril and will be made to answer Tho penalty therefor to the full ext eat Tho Law. Fannie Coats. I hereby constitute and appoint John Burk a nay agent serve upon William Pullen a True copy Quot that Tho privilege which have been conferred 1 the within Notise this 11th Day january upon us As citizens have imposed upon Ugas such citizens weighty responsibilities which can neither be avoided nor slighted. To fully the act that to enjoy our Liberty to should use every Effort to prove ourselves worthy Liberty and to be Good citizens we must be intelligent Aud useful citizens but to can not fail to remember Abo that rights and duties Are co relatives and that the performance duties As Good and Law abiding citizens should entitle us to receive and enjoy rights and immunities in common with ail other classes american citizens in accordance at least with thy Neasure our deserts. We beg to assure you general that it is to us a matter deep regret that we should have at a til visited you As representatives a distinctive element in the body politic. Believing in to Sublime wolds the declaration Independence that All men Are Croo Ted equal and rejoicing also in the fact that through the Effort the party whose Standard bearer you were in the last Campaign the teachings the lathers have been Trana into the Constitution we can but Poe organizing an Independent Church with free sittings to be presided Over by . H. M. Bacon formerly pastor that Church in this City now in charge the congregational Church at Terre haute Indiana. Or. Bacons withdrawal some weeks ago was the termination the contest which has been progressing in Lus Church for the past two years and his return is induced by his in mediate friends who were not willing to abide by i resignation. The new movement creates a great Deal comment among the Church people Here. U. 8. Marshal Fitzsimmons. Hope that the time is not far Distant when they shall to tendered a living reality As Well in practice As in theory by All classes american citizens domiciled in every by Etc and territory this Union. But until that time shall be present with us until class distinction raised a Aust us until the accidents our complexions shall have ceased to furnish an excuse for the infliction injuries upon us for the Ini notion our rights the very helplessness ear condition will necessity compel our part Cla a action 1881. A Fannie Coats. Or Burk served this writ . Pullen in Good Stylo and the old gentleman gave his acre Ltd word that to would be up it the soonest moment pos i Blo. Mrs. Coats in the meantime gathered in a number her friends to wit net the ceremony. But alas for human Charity . Pullen failed to arrive and has up to this evening failed to put in an appearance. The bogus writ will now perhaps become a to Stotty As it was stated to Uay that mrs. Coats intend bringing a Uit for damages in the Sam $10,0<kv . Julien is one the Best know men in the county and is very wealthy. Mrs. Coats is about forty years old and to Well known in this City. The sequel to Tiff affair will be watched with great int elect. Courtesan Frozen to death. C special to the Cincinnati commercial. Coshocton. O., january 14.�?about two year ago there came to Cut a hot con a Young girl named Sophia feast respectable parentage and was employed in different families As a mind All work. After a few months residence Here her Confidence waa gained by a Young Man and Slio was led from bad to nurse by him until she became a common prostitute. For sever we Mouth during the warmer season she inhabited a place known a Tho a Forks a a Large wooded common Fitwi Fofi r Ovnik in Tom flirt lit in it raffia special to the Cincinnati commercial. Atlanta ga., january 14.�?United states marshal Fitzsimmons left Here to any for Washington. He claim to be All right in All hib accounts with the government and Able to clearly prove upon hearing that such is the Case and furthermore he claims it is a political persecution that has been waged against him. The Correl the his position will be ascertained soon after his arrival in Washington. He will resign a a been stated. A without favor partiality to look Forward with very great pleasure to the time when you shall Asame the control the government. As Yon did not then sir though your own a Lection stood trembling in the balance falter in rendering full fool Lee to the loyalty and patriotism our rate As tested at Wagner a end Olustee and in the fiery Crater a Petersburg and other Battle Twelda a Well As services rendered by them in giving st Cor to the country a defenders who had made thei escape from Southern tombs living death. I feel confident that our rights and common with those others will not be forgot Neglic cd by you in the hour your Triumph to devoutly Pray that your administration May be crowned with the most abundant Suc Esq. Aud ,. That through your efforts As chief magistrate we certainly e most Soape. A few evenings ago she by the Aid some our town boys escaped and wandered around exposed to the severs weather and yesterday was found in a lonely Wood Frozen to death this paying the penalty two Short years sin and cold in a Well special to the Cincinnati commercial cosh con. O�?T., january 14.�?during the recent old snap there were Many evidences the a verities Jack Frost while his Mettle but a cadent cause to the knowledge your correspond it to Day that rivals All others that a wed Washington township Twenty tire feet deep two inches. It la remarkable occur Renoa

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