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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 16, 1878, South Haven, MichiganA Mem nym my Mem to Quot of v. J a Al a a a ice Wilb Al South . T Ett i Misc it Ovi Ebeb 16, 1878. Unto. 24 latest hews. A pay tit dispatch of the 7th says that Mgo Slatton Ware pending for a conf Are Nee of the Portree to revise the treat of Berlin. A const Antinofle dispatch of the 7th Vajra the bugs Olsn to Sargento burned fourteen villages la the District of demotic. Knight amp son Liverpool merchants have failed Lor $500, pm. A a Robert Forrester a Large Gas flow Colliery proprietor also failed owing $2,500.000. An attempt was made on the 7th, to assassinate Gen. Braque formerly Spanish minister at War. Tim is ditto aut Batties arrested the Woald be Assassin an sex Soldier. Bajt on i Clit the discoverer of the liquefaction of oxygen is hopelessly ill in Geneva Switzerland. A constantinople Telegram of the 8th says Russia was establishing a second line of a a a Eom at Darla Copto. A a London Telegram of the 8th says Bachot Valoff russian minister at the court of St. James been recalled and that it was understood that he was to bettor Schakoff s successor. A telegrams from Northern and Eastern Europe announce continuous and heavy Snow storms on the 7th add 8th. Over �30,000 have been subscribed in London for the Relief of the shareholders of the City of Glasgow Bank. St. Petersburg dispatches of the 8th say the health of the csar was such As to justify the gravest apprehension. The greek Cabinet lately formed Las again tendered its resignation Lecause of a vote of want of Confidence by the Cha Beca. On the 8th, a new Cabinet was constructed. A Simi a dispatch of the 10th says Hopes were entertained there that tha difficulty with Afghanistan would be peacefully solved. It was reported and believed that Russia was exercising pressure us it a the Ameer with this end in View. It was also publicly announced that the a Nacer withdrawn his troops from Kandahar and that Russia would occupy that City and Herak. The russians have reoccupied the District adjacent to the Gulf of Saros. The russian occupation of a ceased on the 7th. The Benhar Coal company of Edinburgh Scotland failed. Liabilities $3. 675.000. Nearly one half of the Cotton Mills in Ashton Undt a Lynn District have stopped Paris exposition was formally closed on the afternoon of the 10th. Receipts since the opening 2,530,719. Austria granted a general amnesty to the bosnian and Herseg Vinan insurgents. A constantinople Telegram of the 11th announced the appointment of Midhat Pasha As governor general of Syria. The Porte granted autonomy to Eastern Roumella. London dispatches of the 12th say that a russian general with 8 000 men marched from the shores of the one ton a a a to s Point in Afghanistan near Herat. A Simla Telegram of the same Date says the afghan priests were proclaiming a holy crusade against great Britain. According to a Pera Telegram of the 12th, the Porte accept i t he principle of the rectification of the greek Frontier. K Rome Italy Telegram of the 12th says that Mccabe theve or Kenerl of the late Cardinal Cullen been appointed archbishop of Dublin. The trouble bet w Een a Spain and Morocco in settled by indemnity to the families of the assassinated spaniards and a Salute to the Spanish Flag. Mono Asi the Man w to attempted to assassinate the Kin of Spain been sentenced to death. A Berlin Telegram of the 12th announces that Germany would occupy the whole of the samoan archipelago. A London dispatch of the 13th de Clarea that the russian Mission to Kabul not been withdrawn As reported. A serious insurrection against the turks broken out in the nejd District in Arabia Snow storms of exceptional severity were prevailing in the North of England and throughout Scotland on the 13th. The exiled German Bishops in reply to a request of the Vatican to state their views concerning the pending negotiations with Germany have addressed a memorial to the Pope asking that am agreement be reached. Hit world. It the Treasury i it department purchased 600,000 ounces of Silver on the 7th. From the report of the second assistant postmaster general it appears that the Cost of Inland mail transportation for the fiscal year ending june 30 was 16,03�,02l Cost of railway mail transportation $6,566,-505. Estimate for the next year for inlaid mail transportation is $20,790,000. Announcement was made in new York City on the 7th, that the body of the late a t. Stewart been the night before stolen from the family vault in St Marks Chu Irb Yar l. 1 be casket was found broken open and the body was missing. The police were notified. It was thought the remains been stolen in the Hope that a Reward would be offered for their recovery. Johnson a jewelry store in eighth Avenue. New Tork City was robbed on the evening of the 7th, in the presence of a Laige number of Spectator. About six of clock two men entered the store one of whom closed the door and the other stood guard Over the proprietor and his clerks with drawn pistols. Two confederates stood outside and ordered the crowd away while another broke the cases and gathered ups Bagful of watches and chains. The thieves escaped with their plunder. A new Tore dispatch of the 8th that the fcb Ultee of Dodd Brown a ., of so Derfl were $1,700,110. Actual available assets i960,800. At the Cabinet meeting in Washington on the 8th, Sec a Mccrary submitted reports showing that peace and quiet prevailed on the Bio Grande with a fair Prospect in a a. A Nwajei on the 8th, offered a Reward of $25,000 for the recovery of the Ata a body of or late husband and the conviction of the thieves. A proportionate my would be paid for the recovery of the body. While gov. Hampton of South Carolina was hooting a few Days ago his mule became frightened and the bridle breaking he raped from to Saddle. By the fall the a Jamor a right leg Una broken in two plateau heave protruding and his ankle was badly Tel following Are the Republican majorities la Iowa at the october election on a a mate ticket ver Secretary of state West auditor 14jm4 treasurer 111,788 Buhr Diirr of Lead office 9,945 attorney general 15,195 supreme judge 8,744 supreme clerk 11,843 reporter of supreme court 16,-906. Caps mat the famous watering place was the scene of a Moat destructive fire on the morning of the 9th. It commenced in the attic of the Ocean House and spread thence to the merchants hotel the Center House the Atlantic Knickerbocker and other hotels and destroyed them All As Well As most of the adjacent cottages. About forty Seres were burned Over and the loss aggregated about $700,000. The fire is believed to have been incendiary in its origin. On the 8th, Henry Greenebaum formerly president of the germs american savings Bank in Chicago was held to bail in the sum of $25,000 to await an indictment upon the charge of emite Udog the funds of that institution. is alleged to have Token is $90,000. A special from Winnipeg to the St Paul i Ohoff la re Moi the 10th says War i Rohen out Between the Sioux and blackfeet and Aduf Bola Indiana several of the latter been killed and serious trouble was fes Reffi a a recent Telegram from Pembina d. T., says that sheriff w. H. Anderson of Dallas tex., who was in Pursuit of William Collins of the famous baud of train robbers found him in the former place and attempted to arrest him. Collins resisted and the men exchanged fire with fatal effect both dropping dead in two minutes the United states Treasury held on the 9th, $3#\506,700 in government Bonds to secure Bank circulation and $13,808,400 to secure Public deposits. It was stated unofficially that after t he 1st of january next As an Aid to the resumption of specie payments it was very Likely the Treasury department a ill a end to parties desiring it the Standard Silver Dollar in quantities of $1.000 and upward free of transportation in Exchange for like sums of greenbacks deposited with depository Banks. Sex congressman Norman b. Judd died quite suddenly of apoplexy in Chicago few Days ago aged sixty free years. He was a member of tha Fortieth and forty first congresses and was minister from this country to Berlin from 1861 to 1865. Sec a Evarts written another letter to minister Welsh on the subject of the Halifax award in which he takes direct Issue with the finding of the commission both As to the amount of the award and the manner in which it was rendered nokling that the sum of $5,500,000 is an outrageous and utterly indefensible Price to place upon the benefits of Twe be years of fishing in Canadian Waters and if paid at All by the i United states it mu6t be regarded As covering the value of those benefits in perpetuity and not for any Terra of years and that the adoption of this or any other award by the commission by a Bare majority is not in accordance with the terms of the treaty providing for the com Mission and that the award is not therefore binding upon this government at Chenango n. Y., three Brothers James David and John Tabor run and owned a farm jointly. James and a sold disagreed As to How it should be run. A few Days ago David killed James with a pitch Fork and Theu blew out his own brains with a shot gym. In. George Fessler the defaulting treasurer of Tark county Ohio who pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzlement was on the 11th, sentenced to twelve years imprison ment in the Penitentiary and fined $00,000. At a meeting of the new York Clearing House of the 12th, the following plan of action was decided upon to take effect after Jan. 1, 179 Gold coins not to be received As special deposits but to be treated As lawful Money special exchanges of Gold checks at the Clearing House to be abolished balances to be paid either in Gold or Legal tenders Silver dollars received on Deposit Only under special contract to withdraw the same Iti kit id prohibiting the payment of balances in Silver Mertiri Atco or Silver dollars except in Small sums As subsidiary coins say under $10 special Gold account to be discontinued about fifty new York Banks were represented. Judge Witherspoon of the canvassing Board of Madison county ha., was arrested on the 12th, by a Deputy United states marshal and held in $3,000 bail on a charge of receiving and destroying one of the precinct returns which gave Bisbee rep. For congressman fifty seven majority. A coloured inspector in the same county been committed to jail charged with not doing his duty. The canvassing Board of Alachua Poauty were also arrested of the same Day by a Deputy United Sites marshal. It is said they thrown out three precincts one because the name of a voter was wrong on on of the ticket and two because the do Licate precinct returns did not agree. Should this action of the Board be sustained Bis been a majority in that county would be reduced from 550 to 97, and he would be Defeated. Sec a Stiekman referring to the reported withdrawal of one and two Dollar United states notes recently stated that the Story was started a year ago and caused an unnatural demand for Small Bills. The Story was unfounded and no order been Given the printing Bureau to limit the Issue of ones and two. They were issued to everybody who demanded them and no order Ever been made for their withdrawal. After the first of january next no Billa of less denomination than five dollars can be issued by National Banks and if the one and two Dollar i United Sites notes were withdrawn it would make place for More Silver but the Secretary thinks the Public at Large ought to have option to take Gold Silver or a per of not a de nomination coined or printed and that this is the Best Way to secure the largest circulation at the meeting of the Cabinet in Washington on the 12th, an interchange of opinion took place concerning the alleged violations of the election Laws especially in Louisiana during the recent elections the United states attorney for that state having fur dished a list of cases showing personal violence intimidation Etc. The sentiment of the Cabinet waa that All such alleged violations should be inquired into with a View to the punishment of the offenders. The vote for governor at the recent election in new Hampshire stood As follows head rep38,085 Mckean dem81,068 Brown greenback6,865 prohibition and scattering 129. Head Over All 486. A Washington dispatch of the 12th says it was stated there that lord Salisbury in his reply to Sec a Evarts was As Earnest in his position that the Canadian fishery award was made in accordance with the treaty of Washington As Eva to waa in maintaining the opposite View. The correspondence was not Likely to be concluded by the 23d, when the award would become due and it would pc Ftp ably be paid under protest. Three managers of election at one of the polls in Charleston a c., were arrested in the 12th, under warrants from the United states commissioner for obstructing a Deputy Martha at the recent election and refusing to publicly count the ballots. They gave to nil. Eighteen Cut Sens of Orangeburg Aleo been arrested and put under Baij for obstructing United states marshals in the discharge of their duties at the election. Judge Mcallister of Chicago formerly supreme judge of Ulla Oit recently decided that an indebtedness based up Pon m options dealings and evidenced by notes of hand cannot be collected a Ven though the notes be in the hands of innocent third parties on the Groo and that the a option Quot Deal is declared by the Illinois statute to be a gambling transaction and paper issued on such Traneka Etiola worthless. The National and International commercial convention was held in Chicago on the 12th and 13th. A Large number of distinguished men from All sections of the Union were present As delegates. The Hon. George w. Morris of Kentucky was chosen permanent chairman. A series of resolutions was adopted after lengthy discussion declaring in favor of a Grant by Congress of material Aid to the Texas Sci Fly Railroad sad an Extension of the time for the completion of the Northern Pacific immediate provision by Congress for Ocean mail service Between the chief ports of the United 8totea and All important commercial Points on the coast of South America that a suitable and navigable cheap Wanter line should be opened up Between the Waters of Virginia and North Carolina that a committee be appointed to visit Washington and present the resolutions to Congress. The Treasury department issued a circular on the 18th, to the effect that any person subscribing thereafter for 4-per-cent, Bonds might pay for them with any of the 5-20 bunds of the act of March a 1865, redeemable at the pleasure of the government after the 1st of july 1870, in the same Way As if they were called at the Date of subscription in regular course but the subscription must be accompanied with a full description of such Bonds which Bonds must be forwarded to the department within thirty Days thereafter to be applied like called Bonds. Of such Bonds there was outstanding on the 18th, the amount of $26,085,750. Two additional arrests were made at Charleston a c., on the 13tb, of persons charged with offences against United states Laws at the recent election. William l. Daggett a prominent Democrat who was charged specially with ballot Box stuffing in a letter of sex Cou Tessman Mackey published in Northern newspapers begun proceedings against Mackey for libel. Col. Thomas b. Keogh of North Carolina who was in Washington on the 13th, stated that the republicans would not have a single representative in Congress from his state As Martin and o Hara would be counted out but the local returning boards and Russell elected As a Greenback Republican did not intend to act or vote with the republicans the workingmen a party of Boston have nominated Davis j. King a Hatter As their caudate for mayor. The Butler faction nominated sex mayor Prince As their candidate. Michigan state to depression in the Iron and Trade to driving Many it Siena of tha Peninsula into agricultural pursuits. Maw postmasters appointed la Michigan i Abroy la Allegan county Are Bess minors Montcalm county Laurien monism Elsie Clinton county Elijah w. Cob Mcdonald Van Boren county owner Leto on Monteith Allegan county Wallace m. Caldwell Ravenna Muskegon county Henry Hall band Stone Jackson county. Mrs. Clarissa 1� Young wears Oceana county Alanson Hyatt. Diphtheria is prevailing to an alarming extent in Johnstown Barry county. Hundreds of canadians Are invading Michigan this fall looking for work fat the lumber Woods they say they get better food aft quarters than when in the empty at Ontario lumbermen. The following is a substantially Correct list of the members of the next legislature. Republicans in Soman democrats fat Cam sad motions Quot in Jafea the Senate. 1. Jame d. Wudl 17. H. Halbert. 2. Thomas w. Palmer. 118. J. D. It Moxa. S. W. A Duffield. 19. A r. Billings. 120. J. B. Masse. 21. Quot a. Mcelroy. 22. A w. Huston. 28. W. H. P. By a Vajra 24. In. P. Shoemaker. ,25. Tif. B. Hint. 26. G. A. Farr. 27. Ambler. 28. J. W. Cochrane. I Noi Thorn Plagg Al the new Orleans Board of health on the night of the 7th, adopted a Resolution declaring it Safe for absentees from that City to return. No deaths and no new cases in new Orleans or Vicksburg during the Twenty four hours ending at six p. M., on the Lith five cases were reported at Jackson miss since the night of the 9th, two of which would probably prove fatal. On the 10th, Elmwood cemetery at Memphis was thronged with people looking at the hundreds of new made Graves and mourning for the loved and lost. In Many in stances persons were unable to find the Graves of departed friends. Most of the visitors recently returned to the City. Many of the Graves were unmarked and it was not easy for friends to find where rested the remains of their lost loved ones. It was a sad sight to witness the bowed forms hovering Over the Graves All through the Cen Ieter a four a by from yellow fever in new Orleans on the 12th, and three in Jackson mire three new cases were reported in the latter place and two at Vicksburg. Duff Keld. 4. J. Webster Childs. 6. H. A. Cooan 6. A at Robbins. 7. H. C. Hodge. A j. Cd Patterson. 9. Alexander Hewitt. 10. Joseph w. French. 11. E. Lakin Brown. 12. J. My Shepard. A 13. A we. Chamberlain. 29. Pc. to Jar. 14. Franklin a Wallin. 90. Geta w. Bell 15. J. A Mcpeek. 3l a m. Stephenson. 16. John a Tucker. ,32. A d. North. Republicans 24 Democrat. 6 nationals 3. Hoube of rep Fra amp in Tati Yea Allegan county la Crosby Eaton 1 if. A. Blackman. Alpena District a. A Turnbull. Antrim District of. D. Wood. Barry county�?1. L. Dewey 2. 0. C. My quitter. Bay county�?1. A. Walton 1 Knight. Benue . H. Framed. Berrien county�?1. L. Ward 2. A. Sherwood 3. A a Stern. Branch connty�?1. A Rodney i J. Thorpe. Oak Bunn county a g. Robertson 2. J. H. Campbl 11 3. H. Bradley. Cass county a a Johnson. Cheboygan District a. Jackson. Clinton county�?1. . Chase 2. F. A Dool o. Amp. A John 2. A a a Delta District j. D. Korn. Eaton county a a a id. Wilkins Barnes. Genessee county a l j. Bedtelyon Widett. A Rand traverse District h. F. May Miot county a we. A trek. Of Fiji Odaie connty�?1. A. Mosher Houghton county Charles Briggs. Huron county a. Ludington. Ingham county�?1. Onto a. Bowen 2. H. P. Hen Debs on. _ a a. A a Toni county�?1. George Pray 2. A a a. Yeomans. Isabella . Jackson county-1. H. Raymond 2. Jama Gould 8. Sylv Etlor Strong. Kalamazoo county�?1. A a. Parsons 2. J. T Kent connty�?1. W. 11. Ronwen . Maul ton 2. T h. If. Mccormick 8. A a. B. Cheney. Lake District a to. O. Stanchfield. Lapeer connty�?1. A John t. Rich 2. W. L Lenawee county la a. D. Hall Nett e m. Carpenter. Livingston county a Thompson Grimes. Macomb county-1. W. Past cab 2. D. A Greenb. My Wistee county off Cuil a boy to. Marquette a 0. G. Griffey 2. H. 0. Yonne. Cir re to firm. In a moment of impatience or. Camard told him that he might do As he liked. When or. Cascara returned from the banking House in the afternoon Louis was misting. A he was found in the Barracks. He enlisted for five years As a private in a a company. Mrs Cassatt was almost heartbroken and of Dight his songs Dis charge but Louis a sided earnestly to be allowed to stay in the army and the father yielded. Within two months Young Cassard was promoted for soldierly qualities to be a Corporal. A month later the yellow fever began its ravages in new Orleans. The regiment was ordered to the Pine Landa of Mississippi and a sergeant Corporal Cassard ten privates and their wives and children were left in the Barracks. The fever soon found its Way there and the sergeant and some of the men were stricken Down. Cor pedal Cassard nursed them until they Liefl buried them in Tefr other soldiers excepting one or two and the women and the children were Dext seized. They died one by one. Corpora Cassard was at their besides night and Day until they died and gave them Christian burial t was difficult to find a Driver for the Hearse in which the dead were taken to the cemetery. Occasionally a negro could be coaxed to run the risk of handling the reins. Usually however Corporal Cassard was the Driver. On one sultry afternoon As he was returning from the grave of almost the ast of his comrades the drowsiness of exhaustion crept Over him. He fastened the reins of his tired horses loosely climbed from the Box Lay Down in the Hearse and fell into a dreamless sleep. The horses plodded on until they reached the Gates of Corporal cassard�?T8 Home. The negro Lodge tee per saw there was no Driver upon he Box and stepped out to Stop the horses. Then be saw Louis in the lease. He turned and ran to the Man i Ion crying out that master Louis was dead. Or. Cassard followed the Hearse and roused his son. The fever did not exhaust itself in the Barracks until All of the inmates excepting Corporal Cassard and two privates were dead. Ven with the Little help that the exhausted privates gave Corporal Cassard kept the government property in the Barracks in Good order until a Superior officer and a detail of privates were sent to his Relief. Honorable mention of Corporal Cassard it is understood been made in the relieving officers reports. When the regiment returns to the Barracks a formal regimental report of his conduct will be made to the Secretary of . F. World. Mcm Oste Garriy a Fitch pm sep j. Tub Eab kit. New York nov. 12, wheat extra $4.55@5.25. Wheat no. 2 Chicago Spring 95x<s96c no. 2 Milkau Ket 97x@98c. Oats Western mixed 29 a 31 pc corny Western mixed 46@47xc-pork�?mess, $7.90. Lard�?$6.20. Cattle $7.00 359.75 Lor Good to extra. 8heep�? $3.50@4-75. Hogs�?$3.20 3.30. Gold closed at 100x East Liberty , $4.00<g4.75 medium $3.50@3.90. Hogs yorkers $2.75 2.85 Philadelphia a $3.00<s 3.15. Shee p�?$2.75 g4.25. Baltimore Quality $4.50@4.75 medium $3.00@3.62x hog a Good $4.00@4.62x. Sheep Good $3.25 24.25. Chicago wheat no. 2 Spring dosed at 80xc Cash jul pfc for december 32xc Lor january. Corny closed at soc for no. 2 Cash 30%tor december 30%for january. Oats no. 2, 199&c Cash seller december 19xc r Eyno. 2, 44 a e. Bar Ley _ no. 2, 8gxc for Cash 81c for november. Mess pork�?$6.75 Cash. Lard a 15.75. Butter a Good to fane15 @24c. Eggs�?17 @ 18c. Cattle a extra Beeves $4.60@4.80 Choice $4.10r<�4.50 Good $3.40 �4.00 medium grades $3.00 $3.35 butchers Stock $2.10@2.65 8tock cattle $2.25@2.75. Hogs Good to Choice $2.00@2.95. 8heep�?poor to Choice $2.25 @a50., the Colorado desert. District of. A Mccutcheon. Somos county�?1. A. A my i a k Arnono. Job. Montcalm county a a a Stevens. Muskegon county Henryh. Holt. Newaygo county a e. Edwards. Oakland county 1. Of. A Littell 2. Georgs Yerkes s. Charles Baldwin. Oreana county a. Leu get. Ontonagon District a. Brockway. 0brsr a county�?-1. W. 2. Joto 8. Estsbrook 8.g. F. Veen Zleit. Sanilay county a a. S. Ibo son. Shia Wanabee county-1. A Raase Laa Reed 2. A. Toffi county�?1. A. A Carletos 2. J. H. White. 3. J. Am Gark. _ it. Joseph county�?1. Otto Mot 2. A a Hamil a on. Tuscola county Geo a Granger. Van Buren county la p. Hill 2. J. A Washtenaw oonnty�?1. A e. P. Allen 2. A a. J. It a Over 3. J. 1. Robunson. _ a a Wayne county -1. Frank a. Noah George h. Hopkins Wann g. Vinton August Goebel j. C do.nxei.lt7j<>�kfh a Chi. J Ames a g Ibar dih 2. F. W. A. Kurth 8. A w. Cottrell 4. Joseph Waltz republicans 69 democrats. 19 nationals 12. A renominated. Elected by democratic and National fusion. Seat will be contested. The Michigan 8upreme court dec fed that a married woman who Lent Money to a firm of which her husband is a member is entitled to recover against the firm even though the indebtedness was contracted by her husband acting in the firm name and without the knowledge of his partners. A few flays ago an Indian was killed at Marshfield Kent county by John Bahr a resident of that town caused by the Indian demanding whisky. Several other Whites Are implicated. Trouble waa feared by the to Lens owing to the Large number of Indiana there but Bahrs arrest which occurred on the 8th, will probably pacify them. I a Rita Iii a that air is a Fie Cannon Ball that wound Fiffi foreign gossip. The bedouins eat locusts Fried in butter. I German and austrian Laws forbid the Sale of dead fish. The fish Are brought from the sea and Rivers in tanks and Are killed after being sold. We keep our Hangman for ourselves and our children not for the people of Kesmarky a said once upon , the Villa Carara of Lutsian Hungary to their be Ign it re Wuo Sam ecu to borrow that functionary of them. English papers say they never have known so Many farms of the better class in the Market. They say if any Man will take a pen and Correct the prices of any former years balance Sheet by the prices of to Day he will find sufficient cause for apprehension. A great cattle Trade is growing up Between Ireland and England. In the autumn and Winter months four or five Large steamers Laden with beasts leave the Dublin quays every evening for Liverpool. It is a curious fact that the meat is sold at a lower once in the English Market than it brings in Dublin. A a package of peas taken from the folds of an egyptian Mummy unrolled in the British museum was sent to or. Jameson of Melbourne Australia recently who on receiving them placed some in water and in Twenty four hours they swelled considerably. They were then taken out and planted in pots and have since come up like any other peas. A it Briqus Case just occurred in London. Smallpox appeared in the family of a Kensington Householder a a i and the medical authorities insisted while Charles Dyer of Flint his wife and Jcj. Persons should be removed other were Riding after a spirited team the w Hospital which is supported rare curiosities for $100, representing at the time that they were a collection from the old world when in reality everything in the lot been found or picked up in Storey county. He considered his feelings tastes and general love for the associations of the past outraged by the cruel conduct of the accused. Or. Hendricks then took the stand. He admitted All that been charged against him. He found Wilkins a Man with an abnormal love for curiosities a Man continually Hunting for old autographs rare postage Stamps faded Flowers and old pieces of tree bark from famous places. He accordingly manufactured a lot of these relics. The articles sold to Wilkins were Here produced by or. Drake the prosecuting attorney. Or. Drake picking Upa piece of old Iron a what is this9 witness piece Napoleon at Waterloo. Or. Drake where did you get it ? witness at the Fulton foundry on the Divide. Laughter in court or. Drake Here is another relic labelled a St Paul a Cathedral before the great where did you get that witness from my Wood pile. I stained it with iodine to give it age. More merriment or. Drake and this witness Twig from the grave of Victor Hugo. Or. Drake but Hugo Isnit dead. Witness much astonished a is that so i thought he kicked the bucket last year. Loud laughter or. Drake Here is a Brick. Witness from the House of Cromwell got it on Street Bunch of grass you have there really grow on the grave of Queen of scots but i made Wilkins think so and got $4 for it. I gathered it Down by the Bonanza Reservoir. All those other traps i picked up round the town and Label eds pm properly As your Honor can see. Those autographs of Washington. Garibaldi Lincoln Vilkes Booth Lafayette Talleyrand Voltaire and Marcus d. To Rucic i wrote myself and then Laid Mem away in a Damp place to give Mem age. Or. Drake did you Ever fool anybody else on these relics witness i sold an old Oil painting to Hank Smith for $250�?a sketch by Hogarth i told him. As a matter of fact it was an old vinegar bitters picture so a marched up you see i it. He paid me $100 Down and i never went after the rest. Tremendous a merriment suppressed by Constable Norton the court ainu to you the Chap that sold me an original etching by Rembrandt last summer witness coolly a yes your Honor and also the pen that Quot John Randolph signed the declaration of Independence with. Here a howl of laughter went up and even the stolid features of Constable Norton relaxed. The court said that it heard Tes a Eli Iotti. Thanks Giying hymn we tire thee thank. O god of Law that All thy Power end Ureth still above the change and Fretueg flaw of oct poor striving human will we thank thee that thy Bond Are Strong and comp fld with a just Deal Iii about oar five that we belong unto thy Providence benign. We thank thee that Good men and tree still lire to prove thy watchful care. That Fhy we order Doh renew the race in virtue that the share of in and wrong doth not obtain a final Triumph Over our Trust. That truth unsullied can retain our Hopee though prostrate in the dust. We thank thee that the Way of pain doth open apace for hearts to grow cramped by the arbitrary reign of self we can but feebly know the woe of other till oar own make Quick the sympathies that Tench thy love and pity. God Are shown toward a Yei now we fail in Taeb. A Gaffe St ctn of thy great lore it surely May raise every drooping anal upright. We Trust and thank thee love divine for All we cannot understand. It is to a the potent sign of thy omnipotent command. A Mary a Candith Robinson in Spring Leld Mast Republican. 8uuday-$chooi lessons fourth Quarter. Nov. 24�?j a Daisy overthrown. Like 21 8-21 dec. 1 the lord s supper Luke 22 10 20 dec. 8�?the care like 2j 33-46 dec. 15�?tbe walk to Emma a. Luke �4 13 32 dec. 22-the Savior a last words Luke 24 44 63 dec. 29�?review, Temperance or missionary con Cert. The prophetic conference and second coining of Christ. The Oliver that did no to Mary very Little space in the press dispatches was Given to the proceedings of this convention in new York held during the last Days of october and the first Day of november yet it is an event of great significance in religious circles. Of late years All the organized movements to spread the belief in the visible and near second coming of Christ have been of a sectarian character but the late conference was composed of prominent clergymen and laymen belonging to various orthodox denominations men distinguished for pure live3 and Good works and some of them for High learning. Episcopalians presbyterians methodists lutherans congregationalists and others were present. This diversity of denominational representation shows the wide Range of the up springing belief and what a firm hold it is taking upon the churches. Although the telegraphic reports gave a very irregular account of what was said and done some of the conclusions arrived at have been Laid before the Public. The most material of these is that the second coming of Christ will be in bodily form not a Mere regenerative influence As some have maintained and that the coming will precede not follow the millennium. Another Point of argument is that the conversion of the whole world to christianity will not antedate the appearance of our Savior again As Many corded in history it is said that they to take place a a immediately after the tribulation a that these did that they Are the Only ones properly related in time and hence Are the Only ones predicted. It is claimed that the extraordinary and unparalleled phenomenon of the falling stars on the morning of nov. 13, 1833, fulfils the third sign specified. Of this occasion prof. Olmstead Saia that it was 44 the erf celestial fireworks that Ever been seen Ninoe the creation of the world or at feast within the annals covered by the pages of in answer to the objection that these were meteors not stars it is said Quot that if the great planets or the fixed stars were to fall to the Earth 44 As a to tree cast eth her untimely figs when she is shaken of a mighty wind a our Earth would be utterly destroyed and no one would be left alive to see theft heir signs predicted and to know that Gist a coming was near hence Toffi if some such occasion As that noted does not answer to our Savior a prophecy it never can be fulfilled. According to these views the shaking of the Powers of the heavens is the next event to take place. Some Are looking for this occurrence in the extraordinary position which the four great planets Jupiter Neptune Saturn and uranus will soon hold in relation to the Earth and to the Sun with the likelihood of powerfully disturbing influences upon on planetary system. The Quot a generation in which All these signs were to be fulfilled is taken to mean a period of time dating from the darkening of the Sun in 1780. A generation is interpreted by some As signifying one Hundred years in accordance with the statement in genesis Xiv 16, about the stay of the hebrews in Egypt 400 years being spoken of As equivalent to four generations. This View brings the coming of Christ before the close of the year 1880. Others bearing in mind the reference to the times of Noah As symbolical of the times before the coming interpret generation to mean 120 years it being said in genesis i 3 a and the lord said my spirit shall not always strive with Man for that he also is flesh yet his Days shall be an Hundred and Twenty this View fixes the second appearance of Christ before the year 1900 closes. We give these details As probably interesting to Many of our readers at this time when the religious world is turning newly and More earnestly to the study of this inter Ocean. Villi to Oahu l i Csc Ato a urn Gavm i paws a a a a Timony enough and a served the Deriv it a. Re we a a us Mankind will Crow Fri Ceder and Ltd. Huh ugh of inv Vii a a j some Law which can be so construed As to consign the defendant to state prison for Virginia City nov Chron icle. _ a cipher difficult to decipher. In the matter of ciphers Here is one which is taken from the columns of the Boston transcript and to decipher which would certainly Puzzle the most adroit As it depends entirely on the use of the key word which can be changed As often As May be desired. It is Only necessary for thaw person writing to have a table like the following and a key word previously agreed upon tic Defebio Al bed eff in a def Nii a b h i j k pm nope a 6 a a Defit e f n i pm nope r Mno pm rat s f g b i j a 1 g b i i k pm nope h in k pm nope r in Wjk Len of Erst a Roxy a we wxyzabcat.1 a night trip by Ril takes you across the Colorado desert., which May be properly termed the Sahara of the Pacific coast. Upon a Clear full Moonlight night the traveler May form some idea of the sterility and loneliness of this Pacific Sahara. You pass this particular Section about Midnight and at the very sterility of the scene a feeling of Awe takes Possession of the soul. Unlike the greater portion of the desert whose Monotony is disturbed by mountains Hills Lagunas creeks and a variety of animal and vegetable life the Eye wanders in All directions and encounters but a vast level surface of Fine White Sand. A a Are in the midst of an Ocean of Sand not an Elevation hardly nor a decline of the feeble St nature presents itself the Mesquite the Mesen Al and the cacti have entirely disappeared and not a Bush nor a Blade of grass remains no living thing not even a Bird or tin insect is to be seen. A death like stillness seems to pervade the scene and an awful unbroken quiet prevails. In this particular locality it is said rain never descends no Dew Ever Falls no delicious exhalations of the evening Ever Loach the fevered Moe of nature which dismally waivers in the scorching rays of the fiery Monarch of Light. It is True that a passing Dona Over freighted with moisture sometimes bursts of is dashed by a driving wind against some Distant Mountain top and is made to discharge its voluminous contents with distinctive Force All Over the desert but the biasing orb quickly transforms such visitations into the merest evidences of perspiration Ami the whole surface soon after assumes its natural state of . Courpet s Beautiful thought 1 god stores in a mysterious Eto is Felt with All that Sublime Force ecstasy of expression which must have controlled the gifted poet in it bulletin. Mother were Riding Titor spirited team other Day the horses became unmanageable running away and throwing the old lady about seventy Yeara of age on the Railroad track cutting her head open and inflicting internal injuries which will prove fatal. Frank Andrus a Kalamazoo a bus Driver attempted to Cut his Throat a few Day go he was not badly Hurt. The wife of the late e. B. Ward of Detroit is reported to have married a prominent Canadian gentleman named Cameron of Toronto. Half a Hundred Michigan town Are scourged by diphtheria. The accidental death of a Little girl named Belle Mcarthur at East Saginaw a few Day ago was very singular. Her Mother bought a Penknife for her and she was looking at it it being open. 8eeing another Little girl on the opposite a Ide of the Street she ran to How her the knife tripped and fell the knife penetrating the heart. The Little girl a Prang up ran into the House and crying a papa in a Cut a fell into his arms and expired. The latest repents from Detroit fat Fri the following As the current prices for leading Staples Barley state per Cental 41.36 2.75 butt $ be 8@19c cheese $ it $0 Lac Corn $ by 30c�42c flour White Winter $4.&x$5.0j Amber $4.2504.35 byes kx�3.20 cattle $ Cental $3.000475 hogs $2.4503 00 sheep $8.0004.00 Oata mixed $ by .0o33c White 9101 pork mess $ Bra $3 7500-50 Bye $ to 4sdc wheat White 91096c Amber 65093c. A True Story of the yellow fever it hew Orleans. Louis Cassard is the son of a wealthy private banker and the favorite Nephew of president Cassard of the Germania Bank of new Orleans. His father an estate on the Bank of the Mississippi River five Miles below new Orleans. Within half a mile of the Gate is the Barracks of the thirteenth regiment of the United states infantry. Louis a powerful lad visited the Barracks frequently Ami made Many friends among the officers and soldiers. He seemed never to tire of the parades or even of tha monotonous which is partly by the poor rate. When the Householder was proceeding to deliver his vote at a recent election he found to his amazement that he was disfranchised because members of his family contrary to his own wishes been made the recipients of parochial Relief. A scrap of the skin of Anne of Austria wife of Louis jul of France is soon to be sold in Paris. This historic relic is about four inches Broad and eleven inches Long and strongly resembles both in color and substance the favorite parisian gals de suede. Annex a body was buried in the Church of the Yal de Grace which was founded by her As a thanksgiving for the birth of Louis xiv., and the morsel of skin was taken from her right Arm in 1800 by a physician and been carefully preserved in the family until the last descendant having died his property is to be sold. A Berlin policeman saw a Man who professed to Deal in pork and beef sausages Only coming out of a Market for the Sale of horse flesh with a Basket full of horse sausages. He followed the Man inquired if those were real beef sausages and being told they were bought them As such and paid for them. Then he at once arrested the swindler and brought him with the Corpus Delict before the judge. The court decided that the policeman betrayed or seduced the sausage maker into the fraud and a therefore himself the guilty person gave him a censure and Zischa Oner. _ f lies Mno p q Del it Ink 1 Noper ?b5d��r4i� in in beef Hilj klan per to be a to Tway Zabadel. M $ o i i k a top Ltd la a we a def Alii k 1 mop i Otway by def o indy n a p in Teiji Abcde we Byz Abcde g in a 1m n o p q a stud a Iab def a Hick pm nope Stu vow Kim Noper a no w x y let me suppose that a in Boston wants to Sena b in Chicago the Mes five Hundred a and that Mankind will grow Wickede and Wickede and that this worse condition s one of the signs Given by Christ himself to Mark the approach of his coming As for example when he said a but As the Days of Noe were so shall also the coming of the son of Man every Reader of the Bible knows How desperately wicked were the Days just before the flood and this extremity of sinfulness seems to be Given As a Symbol of the depraved state of the race Anterior to the coming of our lord. While the conference does not attempt to fix any Date As that of the predicted coming the duty of watchfulness is strongly inculcated As made peculiarly needful by the signs of the times. The various addresses it is understood will be published in Book form for the purpose of arousing attention and stimulating inquiry regarding the momentous a question discussed. Several sects of the adventists have for years been making the second coming of Christ their Central doctrine of these have reached a very 4 Send me love is the key word agreed upon. He writes his message and Sage that under it letter for letter the key word repeating the latter As often As May be necessary thus a end me five Hundred it e love love 1 or Al he now refers to his table Irons the first letter 44 so in the first horizontal line and runs Down vertically until he comes to the letter which stands opposite to 441�?� in the first vertical line it proves to be 44d.�?� this is the first Fetter of his cipher message wid he writes it under the 44 la next finding 41 Eythe second letter in his message he runs Down vertically until he comes to the letter opposite 44 of letter in the key it proves this he writes As the second letter of his cipher under the 44 continuing in this Way his three lines stand thus Send m e five Hundred lore 1 o Relo re Lorel Delih is and the cipher messages to be sent to Chicago would be a a dish is amps Czyr Mio when b in Chicago receive we this he would write it out and under it letter for letter the key agreed upon thus lore la Gai May be interesting to Point out m Brief some of the positions held by Many of the adventists. For this purpose we quote a part of the 24th chapter of Matthew As follows 29 immediately after the tribulation of Tho a Day shall the Sun be darkened and Demoon shall not Eire bet Light and the Tare shall fall from heaven and the Powers of the heaven shall h and then shall appear the sign of the son of Man in heaven and then shall the tribe of the Earth move and they it in wer Man coming in the Clouds of heaven with Power fee shall Send i Angels with a a to at trumpet and they shall gather together he elect from the four wind from one end of heaven to learn a parable from the Wjk to a when i Branch in yet tender and in Teeth Forth leave then be know that summer is nigh. 93. To likewise be when be shall be All three things know that it is near even at your door 34. Verily i nolo you. Tai �k.11 not pass till All these things be fulfilled. All the signs Here noted Are taken not As figurative but As literal and astronomical. It is claimed that the trib in Atiram mentioned refers to the Dis charged the pria 1 Ove Loveto Velo Vel finding the first letter 441�?� of the key in the first vertical line he follows Hon w his Zonally until he comes to44 do the first a bout nine of clock in the morning letter of the cipher message Tsien going tinned through the Day. It vertically to the top be finds a is j we not Doe to an eclipse of the Mon cution a a a further claimed that the toleration of the jews and amelioration of their condition with general recognition of the rights of conscience began to trite practical National form in the principal countries of Europe about the year 1780, and that this enlightened policy been gaining in strength Ever since. In other words the tribulation spoken of culminated and passed its Climax at that period of time. Here then was to be expected the occurrence of the first sign. This occurrence is found in the preternatural of the Sun on slay 19, 1780, which be the first letter of his translation. Next Hesse hade Antiques a i the general stagnation of business recently prevailing in Justice Moses i court was considerably relieved Jester Darby the trial of one Wimam a with obtaining pretences. The was Henry Wil from Gold Hill he finds 44 of the second letter of his a never Tell a blonde Young lady that Yon wish she blonde to you Hackensack n. Republican. Such puns wont Bear toleration. There was a Brunette Man once for no worse offence than that fens is Garatte. Charged under false e i it Quot a a a it a car a a a Outing witness Young round of guard mounting. H. We i who work in tha Tokin we to no Eully Cojoe tone penned to went reluctantly and a Lew a Nira front Saya afterwards told i lather that he exp reared it a Lould not to a banker. To waa deter-1 the Tomb of mined to be a eol Dler. Or. Camard Ltd a a it a a 1 oot Partice a delicate Twig rom a Orne Lamoue big he Hhd not Reoe Ivad a Mil me i a tur education he would possibly re i do igbo Beti told Tow the a main la the Tanka All Kia Lile. Toong defendant told him a Cabinet of nearly at the full nor was it be Anas of a lowing to a thickness of the Atmos Kev in the vertical column till he comes pm for the stars were seen. Such to 441,�?� the second letter in the cipher darkness that work was sus no thence going no vertically he comes a a a a in the Field and shop beasts at the top to 44 continuing in this i fowl retired to their rest and was he deciphers the whole and Geta Bouyee were illuminated at dinner a Send me five it is evident to me in the following a ought a a the Moon which fulled on did not give her Light. Says or. Tenny an Eye attn that by changing the key which May i be any word a eed upon the whole would be changed. 1 Alexander. Emperor of Russia takes i Early morning a cup of cof Lff a end a biscuit and then a Wak. He can to drink Tea because his nerves Sre Tim stand by i be Mirtoni attention to Tim government of Bis country. At i twelve he takes luncheon a simple ions Asha la not Able to oat Rich food Liben he walks or rides and then goes a to his study. He dines at five or past and after several hours of work i retires at Midnight sometimes Oon Clud i ing his labors Seth one round of whist. A bion the following night a 18th,i a a Bra Pip bbb i could stot Tolp Oon writing at the time that if Levery Luminous body in the universe been shrouded in impenetrable darkness or struck oat of existence the darkness coaids not have been More i Complete. A Timet of Wilto a Mph held within a Lew inches of the Eye Wasl i equally invisible with the blackest Vela 1 these two events Are claimed Tot be the ones which fulfilled the prophecy of Christ. M in reply to the objection that a in reply i darkening life of labourers in Rassla. Some interesting statistics have been published at St. Petersburg showing the Price of Laboi in Russia this summer. At Semi ask the pay of a peasant been from 7d. To is. A Day by himself or from is. 4d. To 2s. 6d. With his horse. The service of his wife and daughter have been estimated at from 84d�to 7d. In Wiatka where the famine raged it been possible to obtain a Man and his beast at is. 3d. A to my wife. In South Russia labor been dearer. The peasants of a Katorino a have demanded is. 3d. To is. 6d. A Daj without the use of their horses and at Odessa the Price of labor reached As much As two shillings. The average rate throughout Russia been about a shilling for a Man sixpence for a woman and eighteen Pence fora Man and his horse and Wagon. T his seems a wretched remuneration for physical labor especially As no allow Ance is made for food for Manor horse but on the other hand living in Russia is exceedingly cheap and in mos cases there Are sundry concessions in the shape of cheap pasturage and the right to gather fuel in the or St a which make up in a measure the deficiency. At the same time the russian Mojik is not like the English labourer dependent on the Farmer for bread. Every Mojik in the Empire owns from Tive to Tifty acres of ground he is invariably the possessed of several cows and horses and altogether his position compares favourably with that of Many needy Farmers in England. Except in certain out of the Way provinces like Wiatka he always sufficient re in his bams to a keep the Wolf from the door a and this with buckwheat and Millet forms the Staple of his food. Luxuries in the shape of Chicken May be in the villages in Central Russia Ramboff Toula Etc., at threepence i each he can buy a Hundred eggs it for 1 sixpence watermelons will be deat if i they Cost him More than a Farthing each and a sheep can be often for a a shilling. H his cows die from the cattle disease he can buy fresh ones at fifteen shillings apiece and he can replace his horse with Tho Best in the Market for a Pound. His living is decidedly not luxurious but he plenty of find. Coarse though it be and u. Never reduced to the pauper con Mon of the thousands who five on their wits in the midst of our Rich Metropolis. London Globe. Rales for spoiling a child. 1. Begin Young by giving him what ev2 Al freely before the wild about his smartness As incomparable. 3. Tell him that he is too much for you that you can do nothing with him. 4. Have divided counsels As Between father and Mother., ,5. Let him learn to regard his father As a creature of unlimited Power capricious and tyrannical or As a Mere w Epe Ghim earn from his fathers example to despise his Mother. 7. Do not know or care who his companions May be. 8. Let him read whatever he likes. 9. Let the child whether boy or girl Rove the streets in the evening a Good school for both sexes. 10. Devote yourself to making Money remembering always that wealth is a better legacy for your child than principles in the heart and habits m the Fife and let him have plenty of Money Tol be not with him in the hours of recreation. 12. Strain at a gnat and Swallow a Camel chastise severely Lor a foible and laugh at a vice. Is. Let him ran about from Church to Church. Eclecticism in religion is the order of the Day. 14. Whatever burdens of virtuous requirements you Lay on his shoulders touch not one with one erf your fingers. The rules Are not untried. Many parents have proved them with substantial uniformity of results. If a a Noil your och mfr foe will at least have the comfortable reflection that Yon have done what you Koukl. A. /. I graphic

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