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14 Jul 1875

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14 Jul 1875

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Postville Review (Newspaper) - July 14, 1875, Postville, Iowa The review. Flashes of news. . We heyday a try i w. N. By Dick. Intr current events. How to make Glass that is not Brittle recently discovered for the second time Trie discovered for the first time when Tiberias was roman emperor As recorded by Pliny but Tiberias feared that the invention would deprive Gold and Silver of its value and having Learned that the inventor was the sole depository of the secret he caused him to be decapitated. Thebe was no half Way business about the recent Tornado in Minnesota As witness the following a Farmer in the Mendota Valley owned a Little flock of fifteen sheep when the storm reach and his place and of this number eleven were missing after the mad currents had passed by. Subsequently eight of them were found in the treetops fully one mile from the House. Two of t hem were found pinned together by a Board that had been driven through the bodies of the poor animals and then into the ground a fact which wiil be considered As suggestive of a new method for stringing the exports of great Britain for the first four months of the years 1873, 1874 and 1875, have been respectively �82,000,000, �77,000,000 Aad �73,-000,000, showing a gradual and quite to arming decrease. It would appear from this that the heavy business failures which have been experienced in England for the past month have been gradually culminating for three years past. Not Only have the exports fallen off but the South american and East India Trade has been threatening for a Long time to swamp Many Largo houses. These two blows coming together Are what has caused the prostration which has taken away 10,000,000 or More from the English business world. Washington. Abcox purr Del also Baa gone to Bis borne in Ohio Rod a id probably do retard to Rirsme die Triet of Secretary of the Interior. It is Beh eted that Jur Staat Secretary of a trill i appointed to the Pistioa if the Effort to Beal the differences Between him acid the Preat secrets ? is Bill 1 a Cooee Ful. To Indian Bureau be received to other dispatch from prof Jananey. Of the Hokk Hill pipe Dijou. Reiterating hit former statement Tuta there is Sot raffia ent Gold in the Black Hill to pay for mining. The Profe Eeor Coatee Tuiai be has tested it several time to cannot make so average of a re 1% cent per pan. Be describe the Duit Ter of the forma Oiw. And Are it does not indicate Gold. Tax executive committee of the National Grange held meeting in Washington of the 5tb Aad adopted the report of the Sab committee to whom had been referred tie subject of International exe Bauge Between co live societies of Greta Britain and the patrons of husbandry of the coiled Stiles. The report says -. " having examined the details of the plan of the co operative Tocie Tiee of great Britain to presented by their deputation to the Uci Ved states properly known As the Koch Dale plan and its wonderful fuck yes we heartily recommend it to the careful consideration of r oar state and subordinate Granges and to the member of our order and advise such action on the part of the executive Cora Mittee of the several nates As mar be necessary to the organisation and operation of such co operative awol nations within oar j. W. To weft chief clerk of the Register office is to be appointed chief of the warrant division in place of or. Gilfillan appointed cashier of the Treasury. The conference Between the Telegraph companies and the postmaster general took place june 29th. There were present Orton. Of the wee Tern Union bios of for the Southern and Atlantic and Dunn for the Atlantic and a i civic. In the absence of Gen. Eckert. After Long discussion the postmaster general in formed them thai he would not now decide but would notify them that it was probable he would reduce the rates of a cent on each word making i t it of a cent instead of 1 cent As at present. Or. Orton gave notice that Hie company would not Content to such reduction. Gen. Eckert Kent a letter saying cot pan was satisfied with the present rates but hoped in a ebon time to be Able to accept Scep the new treasurer brought with him a number employee who Are personally known to him and who Bavo not heretofore been in the employ of the government. The East. Alex. Hamilton i treasurer of Jersic City Jiuu cited for embezzling j46.w0 in Bonds and 532,000 in Money pleaded guilty in the Hudson county court of sections and was sentenced to three years in the state now the Beecher trial great scandal Case last. The jury fail to agree after Days deliberation. Eight Engineer of the fire depart att Feu iarf6rie�ry and incapacity mid to bar toes Pataca Larry j coat Picaut in the late fire which destroyed a. The Mcartor of a Zai Aoa Dolian Worth of property co tie West Side. By coach. Iowa sneered More been the recent flood than any cer torn in that pc tin. Property we a destroyed to tie an oat of j150,-w. Masy resides pet were entirely wept away by the flood. Nineteen of Ibe a weary one Railroad Bric Bree Between dec Raij and coat Ter. On the Chicago. Milf Rockee Aad St Railroad were carried away. Nearly All of the Wagon Bridges in that hectic of were carried away. Ona g9.0w acre of land were a flared few conviction. The purr were then Dis Eal at the Michigan state last Osce on the. ,2?. The biddings rr3 fr-s1.2i to i flf1 per acre. Bon eight Days. Thus has ended the Ireland and America. Ended at the great International Rifle Hatch. Tie americans victorious their Victory enthusiastically deceit cd. I the great International Rifle match at the South. Veet heavy Rains fell through t Missouri during the week ending Ibe tin. And fore part of the week following. The Naylro fils were All thrown off time the Han bal and St. Joseph Road mixing particularly a Forroi . A Large break occurring at the Chareton Bottom. The extent of damage to the Road is not yet ascertained. Tax 4th was celebrated at Augusta g a., for the first time since the War. The six Augusta most Remi table scandal trial Ever known. At 11a7 the jury filed into the court looking As if they had passed a sleepless night. In reply to the question gentlemen of the jury have you agreed upon a verdict ? " Foreman car Ginter replied we have not your onor. Be regret it very much that i we find it impossible to agree 1 judge be Ibum stated that he had Learned by a note from the jury Early the first guano brought to this country was sent by Commodore Stewart from Peru in 1825. It attracted Little notice at first though it was used with some i Success in Maryland. In Lusto it was j introduced extensively and used very j advantageously in great Britain and Ever since the demand has gone on in creasing until whole islands have Dis \ appeared under the pick and shovel prison and to pay 61,w0 Tine. A suit is and numerous fleets Laden with the pending against his Bondsmen for the amount precious material Are navigating the embezzled. I the item. Tobert g. Vermilye for eighteen seas in every direction to distribute it Leeor of theology in Harvard semite All parts of the civilized world. On j died 0q the 5th certain lands and for some crops guano j for. Governor and counsel of Massachusetts is invaluable but like any other Pun a have decided not to commute the death ten of Yadkin county s. A has inst been made. Prom one distillery alone 23 barrels of crooked spirits were captured and Large quantities from other Partick. Home 20 illicit distillers were arrested their distilleries broken up a and much Beer Low wines Etc destroyed. At Lebanon Tenn., a few nights ago the court House and a Block of stores were destroyed by the storm. At Middleton Tenn. On the same night a heavy rain fall Grain fences and roads extensively. Place. The paper and running it himself. Gent remedy must be used cautiously. A blk age Case of poisoning is reported from Stettin. A. Gentleman had tence of Pomeroy the boy murderer pee Siguest Bast accompanied by mrs. Grant attended a Celebration at the methodist Camp meeting grounds at Ocean Grove Long Branch. After an address by the Kev. Or. Bought a hat in a shop there and after i having worn it one or two Days was j Stokes the president held an informal recep troubled with unbearable headache. At j a on All present to the number of 2,000.i pressing Forward to shake hands with him. The same time Little ulcers formed on Tae democratic City executive comm tree of his forehead Bis eyes were inflamed i Cincinnati has foiled its president Joseph t and the whole of the upper part of his Kedmond to resign because of his connection head was much swollen. It was Evi-1 w the the water works scandal in that City Dent that these symptoms were caused Tae member of the merchants Exchange , of Cincinnati have presented to col Sidney by the hat and upon a j d sep pm Dent 0 Exchange chemist it was found that the Brown jux bet of Silveri consisting of so pieces leather in the inside of the hat Wasas an evidence of their appreciation of his coloured with a poisonous aniline Dye. I character. Just previously the pork packers it appears that inflammation is Una void association had made the colonel a similar Able when this Dye a in Contact with i prent co1 m via on the 30th of. A ult to miss Plauche Seff of Cincinnati any part of the skin. A. ,. A Iii Isis has been rendered in the the turks have taken up a new forma a prime court of Ohio Tut Taining what is of Industry which Bev follow with in j Down the orts""1 which prohibits a a i ,1� _  " m. The cite of Cincinnati from contracting debts prec dented Enterprise. Thev have be "�., a  1 r a j unless it has Money in the Treasury for their payment. most of Virginia has been invited to lecture in Boston. A Boval. Ordinance has been issued commanding that the members of the Carlist Juntas and All families of which any member is in the Carlut service be expelled from Spain and directing that the property of the Carlist be confiscated and devoted to indemnifying the communities suffering from Carlist Genuisi to ions. As sex emperor Ferdinand i. Of Austria died at Prague on the 29th. Chisca appropriates 40,000 tales for representation of the Philadelphia Centennial. The local government of Hong Chow proposes to end independently 10.000 tales Worth of porcelain and Silks. The population of Spain increased 150.000 since the last census m 1s73. Come adepts in forging Trade Marks j and English 6ewing Cotton hardware j Cognac ales Jamaica run pickles and j quinine Are among the commodities on which they exercise their ingenuity. According to a English correspondent French wines Are extensively manufactured in constantinople. A native wine is the foundation and various deleterious substances Are mixed with it the compound being made to pass for medic or a Bateau Margaux by furnishing the bottles with capsules and labels ostensibly belonging to a firm in France but really made in Galatea. The vital statistics for Ireland 1871recently issued show that the mania for suicide is on the increase in that Island. During the decade ending j lil there 755 cases of self Destro Tiou in that ending 1851, there were 841 in that ending 1861, there were 757 and in that ending 1871,there were 791. This increase has been greater among the Rural than the Urban population. In 1841 there was one suicide to every 6,842 persons. Suicide prevails among men More than among women. Among Tho former hanging is the More popular form of self destruction while with the latter Poison is the favorite Mode by which to throw off the burdens and sorrows of life. Suffocation was Onoe fashionable among Irish suicides. In the decade ending in 1841, Twenty persons used this Ai a Means of self destruction. But in the decade ending 1871, Only two men re sorted to it when determined to put off mortality by violent Means. Tho West. The Chicago Tribune sent a reliable correspondent to the Grasshopper regions who finds that the portions of Nebraska Kansas Iowa and Missouri which have been the principal sufferers embrace a District equal to about 20,000 Squire Miles in which from one half to three fourth of the growing crops have been destroyed involving the loss of sixty Days labor of about 200,000 people engaged in agricultural pursuits. Replanting has taken place once twice and thrice in some at. The districts and now that the Grasshoppers have disappeared fair crops Are looked for if the weather is favourable and the fall frosts Are late. There is no destitution or buffering thu year and in those portions of the states not debated the crop yield will be larger than Ever be Ore. The first Celebration Ever attempted by american indians took place on the 5th, at it Oka in the Indian territory. There were 3,000 indians present a Bountiful dinner waa prepared for All in a Beautiful Grove and Epe Echea by Geo. Wright and col. Coleman educated choctaws were features of the Day. Gove sob Bilas gabber of Nebraska was married it ban Francisco  few Days ago. Be Pohju from Many Points in Wisconsin my Weedu Michigan Nebraska Iowa Missouri and Illinoia indicate that the recent storm which passed Over those sections of country did great damage killing a considerable amount of Stock. Blowing Down fences bams and houses inundating whole farms and injuring crops to some extent Railroad Bridges and culverts were swept away in some localities. Many persons Are reported injured but comparatively few were killed. The greatest damage was done at Interior Points. A vex a a meeting of citizens of grand rapids ind., ban been held at which a Resolution was adopted asking the Council to expel the chief the jury in the great Brooklyn scan a Zymount near Dublin Ireland took dal Case of Theodore Tilton against i i gee on the 29th of june. The follow Heary Ward l Escher came into court ing Are the particulars of the interest on the 2d inst and announced that ing affair they had jailed to agree on a verdict the firing at the 300 Yards Range re there being 9 for acquittal and 3 for suited in one Point in favor of the Irish team the total scores standing As follows americans 337 Irish 338. Individual scores of the Fulton 58, Dakin 58. Yale 57, Gilder sleeve 5c, Coleman 56, Bodine 52 total 337. Irish Pollock 59, Wilson 58, Johnson 58, Hamilton 56, Milner 55, Mcken-nas2 total 338. The 000 Yard Range was then fired and resulted largely in favor of the americans. The total scores were americans 327, Irish 232. The following Are the individual scores each out of a possible sixty americans Gildersleve 56, Yale 52, Fulton 57, Coleman if Bodine 59, Dakin 55. Irish Wilson 50, Hamilton 54, Mckenna 44, Milner 37, Johnson 54, pol lock 53. Total americans 327, iri�b22. There were fully 10,000 Sjuk stators on the ground among them the lord mayors of London Dublin and York. The shooting at the 1,000 Yards Range which was remarkably Tine on both Side was won by the americans b " a score of 303 against 299 for the Irish. The match was won by the american riflemen by a total of 9 7 to 929. The following were the individual scores at the 1,000 Yards Range , Gildersleeve 52, Yak 52, Fuzier 46, Coleman 52, Bodine 51. Dakin 51 total 304. Irish Wilson 55, Hamilton. 51,. Mckenna 53, Milner 41, Johnson 50. Pollock 49 total 299. The number of who assembled to wine the shooting gradually increased As the match Drew to a close. The Victory of the american marksmen w bailed with tremendous enthusiasm. Honors to the Amechi As. Dycus june 29.-,\ to Tonsi attic ovation was give. To the american team of the return r.i2 fully count to the City this . A Grad Bic Tutin their Hoimyr Piven by the lord mayor of Liui ii i. Sit the mansion House. A a Irne number of distinguished guests i Oujini the lord mayors of London Xin York present. The Irish Ritkin adult the superiority of the throughout the match and Ucko Ledie Liat their Victory was Fiir a the american team used loaders and Tho Irish team All us. 1 i by a Uii Ude loaders. Companies seven from Charleston Aad Ose this morning that in their opinion Bev from Columbia in line were the most impose should be discharged As they could co t ing display since Iso. A United states a a agree and some of their number were was carried in the column. J suffering a health. Be experienced the cob cae Eoll of the second Force of the application very strongly District of Missouri. Has within a few Days j and had called them in now at the past seized several distilleries in the Ozark j earliest moment giving to the counsel Hills Phelps county and arrested Hamilton j and others an Opportunity of being Ledbetter Abraham Lewis and de Gentry. \ present As they were about to a til oat. Of the fourth District. Rate he would like them to carry away Texas seized a Large distillery some Days ago kindly recollections and so far in the Woods of Harrison county Texas and j As they could remove whatever Cha arrested Walter and George Godfrey its pro j Gin they Felt at being detained so Long Prietos. It was a peach and Brandy and he wished them to recollect the fact whisky distillery and had never in any Way j that not until yesterday did they Sug conformed with the Law. 1 Gest that they could not agree end a Scucces Kuci. Raid against the illicit distillers j that the suggestion came from their Foreman signed by eleven and accompanied by another from a juror who thought an agreement was possible. While he had perfect regard and Confidence in the opinion of the eleven and the explanation of the Foreman he thought something was due the twelfth jury mantis Honor had the same thing on his damaged mind yesterday at 4 o clock and he Al a Lowed jury Man Taylor to devote his dispatches from the health officer at key time in bringing bout an agreement so West fla., reports one death from yellow far As he could. He Learned from a fever there on the29th. The Oscer says a note that they were unable to agree am sorry to have to inform you of the Preva j and that the disagreement was owing to Lence of the disease As an epidemic at this the weight of testimony and incr Dibilio to of some of the witnesses and it a a Laege amount of the Stock and Bon i or speared to his Honor and every person the St. Louis times company was sold at conversant with it impossible for him to auction in that City a few Days ago. It a help him by any suggestions. Xot rumoured that 13. Gratz Brown intends buying j even in his charge could he find Means j of helping them on that Point. The weight of testimony re ted with the i jury. It was for them to say what witnesses they could believe and what Public debt statement. The Public debt sit meet for july is As follows foreign. Sikou Velasc. It is said will succeed Chevalier Corti. As italian minister it Washington Jio Odt and Kauley have closed their meets in London and gone to Taris. A a Ai since to fourth of july Celebration took place at the Crystal Palace in London. Minister Schenck presided Cassagnau the fighting journalist of Paris Las published a letter holding Gambetta to Tion Naa been Taueu Anu be worm i i possible for a article in la like to learn from them explicitly that i lit Bonds he Francaise and demanding satisfaction. The application to take further Testi " col. Lono Bey formerly of the United j Mony had not in any Way clouded their states army and now in the egyptian service. Vision or occupied their thoughts Dibas arrived in Paris no a his second expedit j Greetly or indirectly. Tion to the Nial Niam country where he is i Foreman Carpenter assured judge tending the authority of the Khedive. He Veilson that he was right. He had brought to Cairo Tine specimens or Anthropol questioned Many of the jury and they Bagi including a female of the Akia. Or tick j All told him that they had not it in their Ticke Dwarf race. I thoughts at All 1 witnesses they could not. The court had no right to interfere. He was glad to be assured that the disagreement did not come from any want of attention on i his part and god knew there were some Points on which he could do nothing. I there was one Point to which Atten Tion had been called and he would total Coin Bonds. Lawful Money debt j matured debt. Lecal tenders. Certificate of Deposit. Fractional currency. Concert Atea 14.-"s n.4a.-.,h-. C 375.ml.cs7 5s.41s.00 4-m23.4-j4 -1.7 if Loo $1,707 crimes and casualties. A Serbo named Peter Arontt ran a muck at i Columbus Ohio on the 4th. His first victim was coloured Man named Taylor who he stabbed j in the stomach and his next a Young Man on the Street whom he fatally stabbed. The negro was arrested. A collision occurred Between two excursion trains on the South Side bail Road on Long Island on the 5tb. Seven persons were killed and Twenty or More seriously injured. A new time table had just gone into effect and the Accident was caused by unwittingly running one train on the old time. A Savoi. Bouse at Macksville iud., in which sunday school was being held on the 4th, was struck by lightning and 16 persons seriously injured. Two children Lizzie Godney and Boa Hodges will probably die. A lot of fireworks in a store at Kansas City on the 8th, resulted in a fire and loss of $40,-000 Worth of property. Owing the some dispute about the water works the City authorities refused to allow the water to be used in putting out the fire. The grand jury at Cincinnati has indicted Thomas e. Snellbaker present chief of police formerly Secretary of the water works we. Mark City editor of the Yolks rend sex collector of water rents j. B. Mccormick sex collector of water Rente and Paul Remlein former trustee of the water works now Secretary of the Board of trustees of Long View Lunatic Asylum for embezzlement of Money belong log to the water works and b. A. Bowman son of one of the present trustees of the water works for grand larceny. Six coloured persons five men and one woman were drowned by the capsizing of a boat in Hill s Lane near Memphis a few Days ago. A new Yolk Deputy sheriff named Augustus Lang recently married Bertha Lakota by a Saloon waiter girl i Chicago and repenting of his Folly when his Money bad All been squandered on the woman attempted suicide by shooting himself. His recovery is not judge said he was much gratified to hear that and since they had told him they could not agree he would therefore discharge them. The clerk then stated that they were now discharged. J jury Man Taylor arose then and said j he wished it to be distinctly understood that the jury did not stand 11 to 1, is i Rumor had it. Judge Veilson then asked them to re-1 main seated a few moments As a photo a Grapher wished to take a likeness but jury men Jeffreys objected and the i judge allowed them to leave the court j the room was then in confusion i every person crowding Forward to have i a word with the jury men. I mrs. Beecher went to the railing and Shook hands with each jury Man As he passed. The jury were All spoken to As to How they stood to which they replied that they stood 9 to 3 for acquittal. But the names of the jurors on either Side they had taken an oath not to reveal. Or. Tilton and or. Moulton entered the court room a few minutes before the jury but were unable to get to the front and stood near the door until the proceedings ended. As the jury men passed into the corridors and passages they were besieged with questions to which they Only replied by a shake of their Heads. Mrs. Beecher left the court room with the Plymouth throng and the court room was then cleared of spectators. H is. 1-2.411 4j.iw.�4.3i tots without cute ice. Tut a Dett. Total interest. C Irh in Treasury Coin. 5 7y. C4.4 1 debt lers Cash in Treasury 2,1-j\ w."2t be create during june. T.431.249 l Ecret be since june 30. 1?74. Bond to the Pacilio ruin was companies Merts Abie in lawful Money Smay to. Cipal outstanding. T4.i523.512 interest accrued Aud not yet 51.1 1.hk705 interest paid by United suite 2i 204.1c 2 interest Rerd it of Mills. Etc. 0,131.311 balance of interest paid by the United states. 20.12, .11 salaries or foreign missionaries the following Are some of the paid to foreign missionaries in India the american Board Pav their missionaries 31,000 the presbyterians 31,000 to 1,080 the reformed " ,100 the methodist $1,200. In China Tho american Board pay sow and in Southern China $800 the presbyterian 31,000, except in the methodist $950 the Batist $900 and House the episcopal is ,000. In regard to single missionaries the american and presbyterian boards each pay two thirds the salary of a married Inifi. 8ionary the methodists pay in China the jurors Lor Tilton Are said to be Jef 550, and in India ,000 the Baptist Frey Flate and Davis. 800 and no House the episcopal 800 a the reformed dutch goo. For an tree planting in Minnesota. Unmarried female missionary the Amer Ujj. B. Hodges superintendent of a can Board pay one half of the salary of tree planting for the St. Paul & Pacific a married Man the presbyterian Board company report having set out half from $280 to $c00 the methodist to million Young Trees and cuttings on the China $475, and India $�500 the Bap Corpany s main line to Breckinridge j list $400 to $500 the episcopal $150 this Spring and thinks the Farmers of " along the line have put out on their own lands about 800,000. Reports from All the Prairie counties of the state Are of the same import. Tree cultivation is fast becoming almost As general As barn building or any other farm improvement the first instant being Arbor Day there was a considerable rivalry among Farmers for Small premiums offered to those setting out most in several towns of the Prairie counties and reports of awards show that each of those comparing set out 1,000 to 10,000 putting during the Day. Evany undertaking is involved in its faults As the fire is in Bhagvati Meeia. 1 the reformed dutch8600 the formed presbyterians $400, w. B. Fisk of Honolulu recently presented to the California Academy of sciences a specimen of Sand from the Island of Kanai which if struck to Gether in the hands produces a sound be the hooting of an owl. Bounds can be made with it resembling Thunder which can be heard Mauv Hundred Yards away. Or. James Blake says that this band is composed of Smrdl bits of Coral perforated with resonant cavities and that the sounds Are caused by Mutual friction. When wet Tho Sand will not give ont Peb feet love castets out Syrus

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