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The Cincinnati Weekly News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioNumber Cincinnati. Wednesday july 1883. Price per a ear. S ticket again. Tilden i. A a y to respond to a second nomination. Emo not a candidate in the Ordinary sense. To will yield to the anticipated pressure. Washington. July 13.�?the new York times this morning prints a Long special from 8 Ira bearing the Marks careful preparation irom which the following is taken the times correspondent Cam e across an old and intimate Friend . Tilden at the grand Union today and gathered from him some facts with regard to . Tilden a views and purposes which Are interest to the Public just at this time. After some conversation the gentleman a persuaded to submit to a formal interview with the understanding that it was to be published and it took substantially the following shape a you Are aware that wide discussion has Arisen As to his willingness to undergo the Strain a presidential canvass. What do you think Are his own convictions a Ftp tit a i am satisfied that he views his Public career As a matter so absolutely in the control the nuggets and in an excavation six feet Long five feet Broad and two feet deep $8 Worth Gold had been obtained. This address was published by the society and attracted the attention scientists All Over the country. Recently the scientific societies Cleveland and Chicago sent out professor Lewis the former and professor Kedzie. Of the latter City to investigate . Sutton a theory. During the past week Hose gentlemen visited the Highlands Boone county and the Laughery Valley and Hills and after careful investigation they Are Able to verify . Sutton in every particular. They have already spent a week in the Vicinity engaged in the research and they Art now in Ripley county near Osgood. They will we Are informed remain in Southeastern Indiana during the month july. That Many discoveries interest to science will be made there is no doubt. Their reports to the Chicago and Cleveland societies will be looked for with great interest As professors Lewis and Kedzie Are eminently qualified to make a thorough and Complete investigation. No disaffection. How an honest poll the counties pans out. No lukewarm Ness reported from any part the state old and new demo Crata supporting vat Ftp tit. The ticket. Do Public decision that he will tacitly abide the ent a renomination. In regard to the idea an excessive Strain upon his physical Condi won he has been fully prepared for any Contin gency this kind not merely by Bis rapid Testo ration to health and vigor and by a is relations to such a Campaign should occur. At Oue time not Long since not even immediate followers abandoned the idea further leadership and went to seek their fortunes in other directions. Many them now somewhat alarmed at the Prospect his nomination As they Navneet Upton themselves joined Advent interests. But that m r. Tilden will respond in the affirmative to a proper demand by the party and the people there is not a particle doubt. It is also his positive conviction that the time the Opportunity and the necessity for his identity with a move Troy n. Y., july 13.�?-Louis Walso the Indian chief died at Lake Geurge tins morning aged lib. A , o., july 10.-judge Janes Kernan died paralysis today aged 6eventjv he was attacked saturday. New Orleans july 14.�?the president the Board health states there has not been a single Case yellow fever there this season. New York july 14.�?the mortality in this City Rose this week from 1,051 to 1.110. Which is n very High rate considering the temperate state the weather. It a it. A. F it a Washington july 14.�?information is received it Tor a renomination the ticket which was elected by the people but denied by their Tribune san 1876, is now at hand. The recent course . Hendricks has perhaps Given this idea nut positive vitality than u seemed to have a few months ago the refusal Hendricks to recognize the historical Justice As Well As the popular expediency a renomination the a old tickets by the last democratic convention caused the nomination Hancock and begot the failure that Experiment. This last remark you will please take As an expression j own am pipe. F via it then the willingness . Hendricks recently indicated to run the a old tickets that has changed . Tilden a views a a pm Dpi has certainly recognized the s . Hendricks7 change plan. It co innels him to face a responsibility now which he has heretofore been relieved by Hendricks refusal to run. It would be impossible for . Tilden at this time to stand in the Way a Gen Oral organized demand for a historic vindication the great wrong and injustice Perpe by the installation Hayes As president uders and me. Or. Tilden can never be a Canto for office again until the people shall re fire it for the purpose this vindication. He not a candidate that is absolute. It is equally absolute that if a demand shall arise spontaneously and the convention should re Nomin amp the him he will not repeat the personal plea preset red in his in at letter to the Vincin to convention deciding the nomination. The b ill is not set in motion by . Tilden his Iti Tolda . Hendricks has at last Arisen to a sense the True democratic Issue. The movement must be worked out in this Day. Initiated by . Hendricks and reaching to the Day a Lection without a word act . Tilden a part but resting their joint responsibility.�?�. A a it is reported that you and other friends . I Ildau Are actively organising a move neut for the Renom Lunation the a old is . Tilden aware the fact and the extent to which the movement has gone a a emr. Tilden is perfectly informed the activity a great number persons in the several mates to promote the Renoir nation the a old t Eketu in the next democratic convention. In tills i speak my own responsibility As i said before. But you know and have said yourself that what i say and do is fully warranted. Or. Tilden will have no Bureau no accredited staff and will make no personal Effort whatever in the coming Campaign it is More the difficulty reconciling interests and factious in favor any new ticket combined with the determination the rank and file the party to win in 1834, that is lifting the a old tickets to unanimous and overwhelming acceptance. There is at the present moment no other ticket that is seriously and definitely thought that would carry with it a vital and definite a conceding then that the comparative restore Tion . Tilden a health and the assent i. Hendricks to run the a old tickets have t the Treasury department that a a filled Twenty a a a a a her parts the South. At the to _ Lar old pieces have appeared in Tennessee july a a a a a a a a a a a a to Hie was Surg last nigh $2,000in Atalissa Railroad Bonds. Williamsport pa., july 14.�?the store win. Weaver at Montoursville was burglarized $30,000 miscellaneous securities $6u0 Fia checks. Kit $200 in Cash. It. I a a blown Abouo tex., july 14.�?in an altercation Between j. F. Hutton and . Alstyne. Old citizens the latter was shot and instantly killed. A during the Melee mrs. Alstyne had an broken and three fingers shot off. Austin tx., july 13.�?the mexican trial for killing two children was convicted murder with the death penalty. It was a Shock in Case criminal assault upon the Little girl an the murder herself and Little brother to hide his first crime. Hai r Lake july 13.�?the old folks Celebration at Provo yesterday developed some aged persons one lacking til november being 104, and others in the nineties two being past the half. Two couples who had each lived together fifty six years were present. Piqua july 18.�?the senatorial convention this twelfth District takes place Here the 26th inst. Judge Hoadly has been invited and consented to be present and make an Ait Oroon speech at the Numera House. The Ine eting promises to be Large and enthusiastic. A Bowling Green o., july 14.�?the body Levi Batts a Farmer was found the Dayton a Michigan track near Tonto Gatny this morning mangled almost beyond recognition. It is supposed he was run Over by the Midnight train while walking the track. He was married. Foft Foft a leading pa., july 14.�?Frederick Scheldt sr., i tits his ton Frederick arrested for threatening his life. The Sou was locked up add half an Wittur afterwards was found dead in his cell having Hung himself with strips torn from his shirt. The elder Shuldt is one the wealthiest citizens Reading. july 14. Miss. Nettie Ellis daughter Zachariah Ellis port Williams in this county was drowned this afternoon while out boating with her Little brother the Mill dam in Anderson s Fork at that place. The boat struck a Iffrig and upset throwing both into the water. The Little boy was saved but the Young lady sunk before assistance could reach her. The body has been recovered. Chillicothe Tilly 13.�?noticing the persistency Frith Frich the enquirer anti it Republican allies especially its Columbus Niino. Are insisting that the democratic party Ohio is rent with feuds and that the veterans Are Balking and sulking in consequence the nomination Hoadly. 1 concluded to satisfy myself and the read tos the news journal in regard to the truth their statements. Inquiries addressed to veterans my acquaintance in every county in the state have brought replies from which i make extracts it. Union Adams county a not the least trouble Here. I never knew the party Mora hopeful us spess in the Ashtabula Ashtabula county a a your Little band is a band Brothers. A re by body is pleased with the Lima Allen county a there is no disaffection Here the state ticket. Softie Little local trouble. We will increase our majority in St. I Airville Belmont county have not heard a single Democrat who will not vote for Ilo Adly a 1 Atavia Clermont county a no disaffection. Hoadly will get the full democratic vote and Many accessions. Although Ward had Many Trici Ulso a a is to few conceded Tel vgo 4.l a a a would have preferred Ward but will support Hoadly it. Vernon Knox county a but few democrats in Knox county favored the nomination judge Ilo Adly because they had other personal preferences. They have no doubt his democracy great ability and eminent fitness and will give him at enthusiastic support. The enquirers sneak game wont work j Marietta Washington county a Hoadly a nomination was received with great favor Here. His popularly will Ini crease our democratic vote. The nominal Tion . Follett added to judge hoax Al Lye a strength will give the democracy 9$ Washington a big boost this 9 Lebanon Warren county a a a judge Hoadly had Many friends in Warren an would have been its unanimous Choice a not its popular favorite general Gard been in the Field. As it is he will re Seiv the full democratic vote the 1 pm it pc amp a Dusky a a you must look further if you want to find kicking demo a rats. There Are none in this Vicinity. We Are a band Brothers words to a Bat Paine sumo Lake county a we in vent i Many democrats bore but what there Are Are Lull Harmony and determination a Iron ton Lawrence county a a to democrats were somewhat disappointed about the defeat Ebert but not Hoadly. A he was their Choice. The ticket will receive Vav -1111 it. Newark county a the Only Alloy in our cup was the defeat Brady for treasurer. But he and his friends stand it like Little men. We have lib kickers and will pile ii a Biggi r majority than Ever before and a done to you forget Zanesville Muski Ngum county a your democrats Are entirely satisfied with loan by Ward was first Ali a a work the flames. Throb Hen binned to death in a Minnesota hotel. Almost every by Iiren Hoase in the till destroyed scenes dig pros we fired by lightning. 1 coming the cholera Many a first fell in great Quantity stripping the Corn and other crops to be Grotrud and cutting Down the grass Al Al with a scythe. A number people were injured but none killed. At Maryville the damage is now put at $150,000. The loss crops is not estimated la 2 a l. I a t several alleged cases reported As found in London. My but it May be imagined when it is said a pop a by thar by lax British Naaran that a a trip count have to six Miles a a by a a a a Huq county is total St. Paul july 14.�?a special from cockatoo minn., states that at 2 clock saturday morning a ire was discovered inthe hotel office. There were about Twenty hotel labourers and other guests in the building. Three Railroad men were burned to death. Another Flutot. Had a leg broken by jumping from a window. The bodies the burned men were so charred that the three Only weighed sixty pounds. Two were identified As being Shepard and Williams labourers. The other is unknown. Three fourths the town is burned principally the business portion. The loss is $60,000. T St. Pam. Minn., a Cokato Minn special gives an whirl saturday entirely destroyed the business portion it it , a Village the Muni Toba Railroad Abo at fifty Miles pc Iitto a St. Us. Fire was. Do Scot Crevy at Midnight in the hotel known As the Cokato House a wooden Structure and in a few War totes the building was wrapped in Llames. There were about Twenty Railroad labourers and other guests id the House at Man Montrose and we. Shepard Tewart perished in the flames. A trav Mie Brums Widic Balke billiard table company named scoff had 8 making Bis j a it in Fefe a a Tise. Islmyftffiiiifpr�?Tii1 i with Matild 1 v a Gnu Diu i in me us use it in e. Three the former named Kelly Waverly James Willig wide right through at Whitehall 111., great injury was wrought one concern Alono the City Clay works losing $10,p00. Luckily this firm insured against cyclones. The other losses including farm property is Esting fitted at $50,000. Wherever this storm raged and it seems he a Tove Coy Jred an in my a hot country extending a a Over a Large part four state.-, it worked very Wmk injury wrecking buildings4 a kinds and literally sweeping the erect out Chis Floace Al along its path and no accurate idea the loss can be Given but it must be Many hundreds thousands a pfc. Tine regulations the British troops. Ready to leave Cairo. A romantic marriage. How general Alfred Aylward won in Bonny Brydl. An elopement with a charming Young Belle from Hilt it it Klyn a episode a Soldier Fortuna. Boston mass., july 15.�?�--general Alfred a 1 Ward s visit Here during the past week Toi ii in we i Kwh ass Isis a a the Dis \ / \ Jamin Noecker Tor a burglar last night and kill d her with a Shotgun. She Hadst to a a t banged the situation what has . Tilden to a us. A jury dental office you know the duties a Percsi May his own capability to stand the Wear and tear a four years administration the presi Dent Are represented to be very laborious and have prove to be a very heavy Strain even so robust and Stalwart a Man As . a Wei what you say is in the nature a leading question As the lawyers say. You were led to this interview by my remarks which were derived from my conversations with . Tilden. Kow he does not regard the very legitimate duties the presidential office As very arduous. As to our present chief magistrate he is inclined to think that his labor is in a Large Deg e gastronomic and til Strain is mainly to his waistbands. His immediate predecessors were greatly oppressed by factious demands for Effiee but general Grant demonstrated the fact which his successors have availed themselves that the nation could almost dispense with a a president that has apparently superseded the necessity a capital at Washington. They transferred the seat government to in gang Branch new York at pleasure. They have Given us practical proof that the traditional importance the presidency has vastly Diraim shed. Or. To Golden appreciates better than any Man the difference Between the presidency in Van in rent a time and the conveniences for the discharge the duties that office today. There is no longer any necessity for Irav a Ling to Ivas Hington except in the Case the beings who Rush to see the a great father the country. The Cable the Telegraph and the Tel a phone have facilitated the government As much a a they have Commerce. The president can make his appointments at Washington from and Point As Well As the merchant can sell and get returns in the markets the world. He Cun speak Jet Tot and receive instant response irom Bis ministers our representatives abroad. A practical business administration from the highest and most intelligent standpoint and this would certainly be . Tilden a tint would present an executive almost As passive As the great Seal England. Having due regard to the concurrent jurisdiction the legislative and judicial departments his policy and his acts would be far More acceptable to the country if stable restrained and conservative than if he had a turmoil passionate heated a a is not too old to properly administer the office president a. W he is old enough to appreciate Wise counsel and Wise enough to direct a judicious adminis stration. He i ten years younger than Thiers was As a statesman Conor As the Leader the a Bancroft As historian judge Black a Jurist. Fred s. Winston As the master the greatest financial institution in the a a a you and your Friend Are actively in the Field to rehabilitate the a old ticket a a i will repeat i am so enlisted with a number friends. We will if possible make . Tilden the candidate the democracy without regard however to his personal desires Intro a Ion upon his purpose to remain strictly re moved from any participation in our canvass for the a old that is our business in Saratoga and we mean to Settle the question this Foj egg spa to Sura up what Are . Tilden a views upon the vital and advancing question civil service Reform h a among the prevarication that prevail about civil service Reform is the Usiri ration the credit its Organ and management. The conflict in the democratic party which elevated . Tilden to the governorship this state was As much the embodiment True civil service principles As ii Constitution the United states was the offspring the great revolutionary sex pro a in in favor civil Liberty. When tin record the overthrow the rings and Bosses this state shall be mature for history it will be found that that memorable conflict broke up the canal ring and destroyed the dishonourable brigand age the Tweed dynasty and extended 8t. Louis july 13.�?the Secretary the Board equalization has lust completed a table showing the number railroads in Missouri and their valuation As fixed by the Board last year. The number roads is seventy three and their total value is $36,871,966, an increase $3.498,0uu Over the previous year. The to till value Railroad Bridges and Telegraph lines in the state is $39,7? 9,, an increase Over the preceding year a t �4,133,000. Bucyrus 0�?z july 13.�?Frank p. Dick living with his wife a parents in Dallas township near Bucyrus. Mistook his Mother in Law mrs. Ben her with a sue Naa gone Side the House unnoticed aroused the family by moving about and returning was ordered by Dick to halt. Being deaf she did not hear him but proceeded to enter the House when Dick fired the fatal but Washington july 14.�?secretary Teller has issued an order that no proposal will be received for consideration by the department the Interior from any person firm corporation in default in the performance and contract agreement made with the department who Lias failed to perform the same to the sati fac sum the department nor will any contract hereafter be awarded to such person firm corporation. The order went into effect the la the quotes Moines ia., july 13.�?a dispatch from Mames station Casa county says that the Clergen murderers were surrounded in a Grove eight Miles North that town this afternoon Aad to the Effort to dislodge them from their biding place a Man named Frank Hallock was fatally shot. Great excitement prevails through out this part the state. Three Hundred More men surrounded the Grove where the murderers Are concealed and there is no doubt that they will be captured. Milwaukee july 13.�?mrs. Grace Courtland. Of Chicago known in new York As the. A switch Wall Street a tonight cowhide will c. Jones this City Twenty live years age whom she accuses having seduced her daughter Magie. Jones was struck across the face. Neck and shoulders suffering severe wounds. The attack took place at the Corner Wisconsin and Broadway the Roost Public Pointon the City. She was accompanied by her daughter. New York july 12.�?the business failures throughout the United states and Canada As reported during the last seven Days to r. G. Dun a co., the mercantile Agency number 150, As again St 138 lust week. Thirty three these Are in Canada and the provinces leaving 126 us the quota the United states. Their distribution was As follows new Huglund 15 the Western states 42 the Middle 15 the Southern 28 the Pacific states and territories 17 new York 7. And Canada 83. Greenville o., july 14.�?the arguments in the Case the state Ohio against d. T. Winaus for murder were closed yesterday after j v i s t t 0 if Al n flt to ii f j5 a 4 a set Down for an old noon at 4 clock and after listening to the Able i i with a verdict manslaughter. A. Verdict a a a a a a a a a a a a a a to sly charge judge Sater the jury retired to their room. After deliberating seventeen hours the returned in open court Ngsi this morn inc at 9 clo 3 Ike a conflagration to the Grant third Ter. Zinra in Washington. It will be conceded that if . Tilden missed his personal inauguration in 6rsi v to proof . Tilden a identity even with the More restricted me civil service Reform it May be remarked that the persons in see under his predecessor were retained ring his administration and also during the succeeding term his Vic Gerent governor Robinson. It remained for governor Robinson Manifest his apostolic dispensation by the conditional removal. The present official rep a a putative and exponent technical civil service Reform commissioner Dorman b. Eaton was the Ancilla satellite . Tilden and was it will be remembered san clubbed for out Riveness in the anti tammany fight . Tilden. Others like George William Curtis seems to be satisfactory to the Public while counsel for defendant claim that it is unjust and should have been not guilty As it was clearly a Case self defense. I Quot Lemont Iii., july 13.�?the Eureka Stone Quarry four Miles South this City was the scene another tragedy yesterday afternoon by the falling a heavy Derrick. While raising a Block Stone weighing three tons one the Guy snapped causing the Derrick to fall among a crowd fifty workmen four whom were caught directly under the heavy timbers and instantly killed. They were named John Cash Andrew Hansen John Kahlman and Thomas Ward. This is the second occurrence the same character within a week. Detroit mich., july 13.�?colonel Frederick w. Get Teneus an old and prominent citizen Kalamazoo for Many years died last night after an illness Only four hours aged seventy seven. He served in the mexican War in a Michigan regiment was adjutant general the state from 155 to 1801, commanded the 60th Michigan infantry in the War the rebellion and was placed under arrest by the general his brigade Ehause he would not return some escaped a laves to their masters. He subsequently resigned but his action was sustained by his state. Jersey City july 13.�?the burglar shot by officer donator monday night died this morning. His name was Fritz Maehs axe. He was a native Baden Baden and came an excellent and Well to do family. He began his thieving while attending Heidelberg University and being disowned by his people came to America. Here he had As �?opals1�?T Tom fakey and Fred Walling two Well known cracks men. Achs was to the police As Fritz.?1 Fritz was a desperate character has been several times in the state prison. His body will be delivered to his friends la new Bowling Green o., july 18.�?the Wood county prohibition convention today nominated the following ticket representative Rev. W. A. Eckles Henry clerk Edmund Loomis Webster treasurer. We. Menton Plaine Surveyor James h. Candid Weston infirmary director Charles Black Montgomery Coroner . J. N. Mead grand rapids commissioner Michael Paget Henry. In resolutions they endorsed the state the platform denounced . Be attaud the Republican position the liquor question. A great Many republicans in this county will vote the prohibition ticket this fall. Denver col., july 10.�?great Prepa Are making for the entertainment the grand w their original inspiration from the same Fountain. It is in fact an absolute and precise definition tilde ism to say that it comprises perfectly the full scope civil service Ara Tion s f the s it City beginning the 24th inst. Thirteen Hun the Republic which holds its seventeenth annual reunion and Encampment in this dred Wall tents each capable holding fifteen persons have been erected a Mammoth mess House has Jusi been completed and cooking apparatus sufficient capacity for 20,000 men is in Gold at our doors. In discoveries Gold bearing placers Jaq Southeastern Indiana. A oboe a ind., july 14.�?before the american association for the advancement science at its meeting in Cincinnati in August 1881, . George Sutton this cloy delivered an sex Haustin headdress Oft the a Gold bearing Drift he maintained that the High lands Boone county by. And the Hills and in Tbs valleys Southeastern Indiana there Are glacial deposits which no doubt sex pkg Jar before the to Malion a the while these drifts Are largely composed material from the silurian formations there Are deposits composed principally Crystal rocks with Large Quartz and Granite boulders. Magnetic Iron Ore in the form Black a Ana not a a a old in considerable . 111 Tauf Siace. Many prominent persons have signified Weir intention to be present among whom Are generals Jonn a. Logan Scofield Slocum and Banura. It is expected there will be20,000old veterans in line the 24th. Governor Grant will Welcome the grand in behalf the state general s to in son in behalf the department Colorado and mayor Routt in behalf the Citer. Ill pm i. Nashville Tenn., july 13. A Ereat a he disc sensation discovery that a the file m As Gold in considerable Quantity he ton then demonstrated that in the \ a hey ought re Uesato dividing Ohio and Dearborn a ties Gold could be seen with the naked Eye e f Jothi dust flattened Scales and Small last night some one stole from the state treasurers Otilee the Pisik Ledger Coutain a the states accounts with depositories from May 1877, to january 1883. The Book was kept for m. T. Polk now trial Here by Captain j. C. Fleming and contains the entries relied by the late legislative investigating committee. The Book was relied by the prosecution to convict Polk and its disappearance is greatly commented . A Reward $250 is offered for the return the Hook the detection the person who stole it no doubt is entertained however that enough facts necessary for conviction can be secured without the fictum we May Delaware Delaware county a there was a Little growling for a few Days after the convention. This was one general Ward s strongholds and his Earnest friends whom i was one wore much pointed with the result. But that has All passed away and we Are United in our determination to Aid in scoring a Victory for the entire state Defiance Defiance county a was our county was for Ward it took the boys several Days to Cool off but they Are All right j now. We will do our full Sandusky City Erie comity its All Josh about democratic disaffection. There is none in this part Ohio. In Erie county Ilo Adly is an exceptionally Strong Lancaster Fairfield county trouble in this county. The old guard is satisfied with the ticket and the boys will give it a rousing boost at the belief Taine Logan county a a few our democrats Cross after the convention but they Are in better humor now. There will be neither bolting nor lodging Here. The ticket will have a cordial Toledo Lucas county a fall parties now concede that Hoadly a nomination Isa Strong one for Lucas county. He will get the solid democratic vote and a very Large number republicans will give him their Elyria Lorain county a the ticket gives perfect satisfaction. I have heard no Democrat who is opposing it. It will get All the votes we have to i Mcconnellsville Morgan county a the democrats seem to be Well satisfied and confident judge Hoadly a run nitty Powers. I have heard no boaters Woodsfield Mon Roe county a the old bulwark democracy stands erect we Are for Hoadly and the whole ticket. There will be a democratic earthquake Here in Piqua Miami county a Hoadly is prime favorite Here and will receive Noi Only the full democratic vote but the Aid numerous Republican recruits. The enquirer s course is helping Youngstown Mahoning county a wit Are All for Hoadly and the ticket and will give a largely increased democratic vote. Hoadly is especially Strong in this local Ottawa Putnam county a the democrats Are enthusiastic Over the prospects there will neither be stay at Homes new Lexington Perry county a everything is Lovely As far As state ticket in concerned. We had the usual growling after the convention but it has All subsided Ravenna Portage county a i can answer for this part Ohio As i have been in six counties since the election and talked freely. The party is in Good shape and enthusiastic and entirely satisfied with the Mansfield Richland county a the Home judge Geddes May be relied non to do its full duty for his successful competitor. Of course there was much disappointment and some pretty severe criticism butt will have no effect upon the action . The party. Old Richland will do its full a. Tiffin Seneca county a we Are Well pleased with the ticket. There is no disaffection. The grumbles have subsided and All is Portsmouth Scioto county a a stronger nomination could not have been made for our county. Judge Hoadly has a great Many personal friends Here and the German element is very Strong. I think there is no doubt that he will carry this Republican Sidney 8helby county a if the rest the state is As harmonious As Shelby county the enquirer will have to Hunt for discord As they used to look for milk sickness. It was always in the next he new Philadelphia Tuscarawas county a there is no Lack Harmony in the party in this county. The ticket gives general satisfaction. The a Mossback a kicking is a myth. Mcarthur Vinton county a your democrats will do the Square thing by the whole ticket. We have no kickers Wooster Wayne county a your democrats Are All Hoadly men. I have not heard a single Kieker. Put us Down for Impf Iii. Washington l Ayette county a we had the usual grunting but i have heart no serious disaffection. I do not Fink Hoad by we a lose a single democratic Fate although i think Ward should have had the Xenia Greene county a Hoadly is satisfactory to us and wiil receive the eni it Igi. Attic support the Greene democracy. _ j a a Pmj it tacit in a by Jack Sofi county a your democrats Are for the ticket. Many them a a a a a a a nearing. J Unge Ilo Adly speak. Or. Philipps Nas Al way3 been a Republican and is one the Best campaigners they Ever in their party in Licking coi a. He Jpn for several years been chairman Ltd to both the count Central and executive committees but Quot he his left them and come to the democracy and a ill do All he can to elect the democratic state ticket. He says there an a number a a a republicans Over there that Are going to do the same thing. A a i r err. A Laa Dennis , tire Central labor Union new York re uses to allow him to spot a new York july 15.�?the announcement that Dennis Kearney would be present this afternoon at the meeting the Central labor Union Drew a larger number than usual delegates and outsiders to Clarendon Hall. Before the meeting began Kearney harangued a crowd from the outer Steps until the proprietor the Hall ordered him to Stop. When his name was announced within the Hall a motion was made to give him the privilege to a floor uproar and confusion begun. A what labor organisation does be represent a a where did he get the Money to come Here a was called out. His friends yelled a who is i he fat her the chinese act a a at length the motion was lost by a vote thirty right to twelve and Kearney strode out denouncing the members the labor Union As blather skites and dirty loafers. Some Kearney a admirers hired another room in the Sayfie building and there Kearney made a speech denouncing the labor Union anew announcing limit a a a a a a a a a a Al Ipi Apia Jau this time save the carrying a few pails water no Effort was made to quell thei Mes and indeed none would have proved any Avail since there Isnit any lire department and the houses Are Wood a amp lab the drouth had left dry As . A. W�r0 Butl Al Rob death occupied a room Over what was a sort summer Kitchen very Iii Sily constructed. Just As they Rose As is supposed the whole floor fell in precipitating the unfortunates with Beds and furn it Are into Tom Furnace Beblav. Their bodies could plainly be distinguished wedged if that mass charred embers. Willigham lived in Montrose and leaves a widow and three children. The other two were unmarried. The number persons less severely burned could not be told. Several the More serious cases were taken to Waverly the nearest station to the East and there received medical attention at 5 in the morning. The accepted theory was that the fire first caught in the boarding House from a stroke lightning Between 1 and 2 a.m., during the Progress the storm and probably just before the cessation the rain. Some residences Are left but not m my and it is believed that the Amonis suffering will be very a a a a o., air cd a to paper Mill was partially destroyed fire at 3 clock this afternoon. The fire originated at the a per Cutter and spread rapidly. The firemen did Good work and saved the Mill from total destruction. The fire did not re amp he the Muchin and All workingmen As protectionists advocating higher Railroad freight and passenger rates claiming this would Lead to higher wages for the employees the railway companies and abusing Corno nations. He finally announced that he will Call open air meeting for thursday night Union Square. Is an in miss Anderson in England. Of the Beautiful american an object great interest in it London july 15.�?miss Mary Anderson who is shortly to appear at the lyceum is improving the Opportunity afforded meanwhile by visiting one More the prom. A pent Heaters nearly every evening. Her Well known Friendship for Oscar Wilde the Rumor that he is writing a play for her and her reputation As a great actress in America Combine to make her an object great interest wherever she shows herself in Public. Last evening her presence in the stalls at the it olympic theater created quite a Ripple excitement among the mashers present. Lorene ties were focussed for one common Center. Eye glasses stared in one direction and the comely lady was steadfastly gazed at with a persistency that almost bordered rudeness. Her Beauty was the cause fervid comment by the men and guarded Praise by the ladies present. When the performance was ended the exits were thronged by those wishing the pleasure a closer View and the audible whispers fit Praise were nearly every lip As she hurriedly escaped fron what must have been a rather trying ordeal. Judging from All appearances at this time. Miss Andersons Success at the lyceum would seem to be assured beforehand. A it an Impromptu Duel Blob broke up a coloured it amp meeting in Short order. Martins ferry o., june 15.�?an Impromptu Duel at close quarters broke up the coloured Camp meeting Here tonight in a wild panic. Jake Jackson a coloured brother Otis place got into a Row with Dave Grant a Wheeling exporter Vij feh ended perhaps fatally. The in new a the Edge the Grove Drew ird Jse together and the Duel began aided by scattering shots from the outsiders. On the first fire Grant shot Jackson through the face and himself got a Ball in the Arm. Jackson May die but Grant who is still at Large is Only slightly wounded a a new Wiggins. Ery and the loss to the Mill will be Light. The exact amount loss can not be Given but it is estimated from $5,o0o to $10,000, fully covered bar insurance. About fifty Toto a a it i paper Worth about $5, w0wiit Efi Toto a a Mem is damaged to some extent but can be made Over. Two Hundred Bali is rags were stored in the second Story and Are almost a total loss. The entire South and West part the Mill is destroyed and a Large number bands will be thrown out employment for some time. Nash Viik Tenn., july 12.�?at 3 clock this morning the chief the Nashville fire department received a Telegram from the mayor Columbia asking for assistance As a disastrous fire was raging there. An engine was sent to Columbia and did effective work. The fire was stopped at noon today after destroying property to the amount $65.000. Owing to the Scarcity is Goff the firemen experienced a great Deal trouble in fighting the times. A Columbia special to the ban says the houses destroyed were the Williams Block valued at $12,000 insured for $8,000, and occupied by Wiseman it amp Rosenberg Saloon and groceries insured i $3,000 w. H. Williams House and stable occupied by l. W. Keesee Stock saved insurance the House $2,000 a. Barr undertaker insurance building $2,g00, Stock $1,000 Lamb Ltd Boyds furniture warehouse occupied by Barr amp Oakes in Suranee House $5,000, Stock $2,500 Jamil i. West Saloon no insurance Stock House w. D. Murphy a House occupied by j. B. A Pfunter dry goods Stock insured for $9,000, House for $5,000 James Andrews building occupied by Andrews amp Mcgregor House insured for $7,500, Stock $20,000. The burned houses were located South main Street near the Public Square. The cause the fire is unknown but it is supposed to be due to the explosion a Kohl Oil lamp. Indianapolis july 13.�?the new Albany Ledger Bloomington a special says the heaviest loss by the burning the Indiana University thursday right is the contents building. The celebrated Owen col Uig the build Lection valued at $40,000, can not be replaced. The Library was valued at $30,000 and the Laboratory at $10,000. Professor Jor Danes fish collection was said to be the largest and finest in the country. Many specimens were almost invaluable. The total loss is probably $150,000. Re a v 1. A a a a at Lewiston me., the North Auburn Boot and shoe factory burned this morning. The building and machinery was valued at $12,000. The basement contained 17,00o cases Corn belonging to Boomer amp Field who also lose All their Canning machinery. Thursday . Mckinley a dwelling House at Edgefield o., took fire and burned to the ground with the contents. The loss is about $1,100, and it was insured in the Columbiana Day ton. A / i a a it a new barn belonging to . F. Summers near Tuscarawas Postof lice o., was struck by lightning during a heavy Thunder storm and totally destroyed with the contents. Loss about the Western storms. Romantic oper nent. To was a in recent Tica and Tyrrel Belle ids in w years Africa was Ireland densities. Looking lie came and . Y., Mem it operatic St miss Ijuro and i other e Boe r a a Mother Tat. in a thing oin the Tusin Dong to Amilius to week t air the in loosens Miner settled a i held and him to e pair Tat Ion �3 r City next / and it the v e Rosa 11 w As a. Lady h her Latch it he flied but He said further that he prop Tod to Start shortly with his wife for Hong Kong China where he has a brother in business and later would go to Australia wipe he intended to Settle Down a a Quot left a the Young. Al a highly accomplished and was one % death a Tom Charles h. Strati. Dies at Middlebro Maas apoplexy. Al Middleboro mass., july 15.�?Charles hey Wood Stratton better known As a general torn thumb a his residence this Moravia Al apoplexy. He Lite been slightly indisposed Tor a few Days but nothing serious was anticipated. Deceased was born in Bridgeport january 4, 1838. A the age Foti Rte a he entered the service p. T. Bar nuts Aird Hast Ever since been before the Public. He leaves a widow who has been the stage with him since their marriage in 1863. The remains will be taken to Bridgeport for interment. The time the funeral will be decided upon the arrival his widow from Cincinnati. V Lon Don july 15.�?the. Jul Lias at Lait arrived in London. While the government has been dawdling Over proposed sanitary measures British shipping to tamper with which the government never dare has been allowed to move its vessels straight through the infected District Egypt and carry the danger to All Points tiie world. It to cred not be Safe to say that every ship which has passed through the Suez canal during the past six weeks has not carried from Egypt some seeds the a fanese May be sown Only infinite Wisdom can Tell. But that some them have reate pm it Ndon and been effectually deposited there can be no doubt. The government was notified evening that several cases Asiatic cholera existed in East London. Everything possible was Dot me to suppress this inform a Tion. But the fact has leaked out and been Semi officially confirmed. Much excite Rilent has been caused by these reports and the government Felt called to official y declare that while the to he Cru Mored As being present in East Lon Doh do really exist there they Are merely co Eric not genuine Asiatic cholera and not an epidemic form. This announcement is however coupled with such conduct the part the As really tends to give occasion for increase to alarm to Gazette Cut due out last evening with official precautions. It published a government order empowering customs officers to detain and examine All vessels suspected a Fang infected or4bra-ing from infected districts a wifi Toler in every such ease a Thorit ugh medical in Speeton every passenger and person aboard. East London is the entrepot the London shipping and at All times a i v x. Homestead As Coachman. He is homely illiterate and revolt Iii in appearance bus is a very glib talker. 5 Cora fell in love with Manity and top by. A various ends were in total her actions. The Ecna life w appears that Mist this specimen he him a Clandestine times. Her pt0� were in the habit taking 1 hug drives together after night i few Days ago miss Cora turned up missing Tot i. That tie coloured Coachman was Missi amp Bumph was Given to the police by the agonized l>arent8, and detectives sent in search the runaway pair traces them have been found in toys City bpm yet film have not been found. Cora left a note to her parents in Fiji Jalili stated that she had left Home never to return. A Gen. Ogu Oki Campaign said to have brought Forth 31 Ore evil Urhan Gogh a a it it tie dog by Indol fighter said to have been in flip Fower i r my indians. M a a.1. I 1 _ f Dallas tex., jul Barnett Gibbs a an extended trip to Ter View in the daily surprised at what he i 15.�?state senator As has returned from Xieo. In a Long i times he says he was ise overed concerning the late Indian Campaign in the Southwest that he went into the valleys and swarms with Sai to ppm Iford i from All parts the world. It is the place were plagues would Promise to be enter and Todge and has undoubtedly harboured scores men who have left egyptian ports since the commencement the Epta epic there. The government last night placed a Force sanitary inspectors in the District and showed by unwonted activity that it was a live to some unusual state affairs in that part the town. A prominent physician being pressed for an explanation this Stop nth Ltd Tivitt said a the Best medical at Thori country which was 1 apaches and which eral Crooks late exp dents those Valley paper to Toto i the Warrior. They say t Tely overrun by the As the scene com its. He says the Idip laugh at the news captives made by that at instead Crook capturing the Fig Liting indians they Cap tto Tod Hupfl he did Tike a few old Indiana and set Laws Ana started out the mountains with them bit the Bucks about eighty in number followed and overtook him at sent Ilia me Senger who asked for a ppm wow. Fms spa Gratonik Pih Ltd the Warrior came in and in the boldest manner a Siwl him leave Only permit them to Retar without punishment provisions. This he help Himsel the valleys say that Ould be allowed to condition that he the government to to the reservation and with other like promised because he. The residents e White Mountain soldiers with the wat who had been killed ing interrogated As t the watch be Stop a i the Eon the plug watch crowd a not d Friendly relations i ties have advised the government to take fist London at once de the Mosti stringent -. Control i a nil with a Strong hand because it among medical authorities that the government must be prepared for cholera into England by this statement is ominous. The Madrid gov a raiment has sent a complaint to London Mountain apaches to the effect that the British authorities at a a a a a a a a a Al Gibraltar continue to Negeet quarantine precautions Sig inst vessels Frozen it and allow sailors from ships reason Ubl open to suspicion to go ashore freely Art mix and Deal with the soldiers and tourists. The Spanish government intimates that it has reason to believe that several cases illness at present under inspection near Gibraltar Are choleric and have resulted from this complained neglect. The Cabinet have considered the Spanish complaint and have answered the Madrid government that England Willa Tonce join Spain in the enforcement All measures necessary to prevent the introduction cholera from ports the Mediterranean. There is a strange Story that King Alfonso was advised by the Spanish court physicians the actual introduction into Spain from Egypt the cholera and its spread and that the departure Queen Christina with the Royal children for her her majesty a native Home wat bated . I j cholera has appeared at Ghiseh a suburb Cairo where there has been five deaths a cordon has been established around the town. On saturday there were forty three deaths from Cit Olera at Damietta fifty one at Mansoureh seven at Shirleie Twenty at my Nazleh three at Talka thirteen at Cho apaches who were guides with Crook during the pow wow divided ammunition with the Hostiles. The Laiter told Crook 3that Somite and As soon As they the mexican Settle me they would follow i Tion. They did this cans in their quest folks say that the apaches were open with the Hostiles an Ere without horses in id go i own into to Banff get the horses into the Reserva Illing several mexi horses. The Valley White Mountain in common nation would never fight them. Asah illustration the friendliness Between the two one the White appeared among the i j Edge Mccod tog y the Hostiles. Be where he obtained it from a Squaw and to $50 for the no to disturb the h the White Moun Tain apaches by making him give it Uto ser Tom Gibbs says this is Only a Sample volumes a late Campaign that to that the Public have and know absolutely a inwardness g�yamasjmex., j pain is unfavourably scouts Only came to for the Tot Rose raid without meeting Iii Story a the id be furnished and n imposed upon nothing its True v 15.�?crook�?Ts Cam m men Ted . His y out the country g where they could Alto Gettig a amp to lib few More wifi that Aitogi Good. R a new swindle in Iowa. C a new Swindl Ery successful h Dubuque ia., july la game that is said to be v developed in this stat a town secures Jal making considerable Ives out that he is e then Oes to the v inquires if there is a Man Drogt is into silence and after out to move away ious merchants and by account against a Savage affair. U violent Thunder storms and tornadoes predicted fur this Fiek. Rochester x. A. July and chronicles observer the Sun will say tomorrow a Ift the five groups Sun spots we i exhibited intense action Lai week two More have just been added by the suns rotation. The Sun storm Lii he is just coming into View covers a great area a showing very rapid changes. Violent Thunder storms and tornadoes May be expected this week in the Northern states and Canada. It in Many places they were the most extensive the season so far. St. Louis. July i5.�?additional news last fridays storm continues to come in and shows that it was the most extensive and in some localities the most destructive property the season and at Upun and Webb City in the Lead mining Region Southwest Missouri an immense amount rain fell which flooded the mines to such an extent that it will take a month two to put them in working a. Meantime several thousand miners his protege Are out Wrork. In addition to this the sharing the profits As equal partners seat damage to build Acon and Louisiana wind Aud Hail did join the northeastern part the state the wind played havoc with both business and residence property in the town and Dot a heavy injury to crop. Burlington Junction previously referred to is described As a pile ruins nearly All the houses in the town being destroyed Charles it. Stratton was born at Bridgeport conn., la january 1832, and was introduced to Public notice by p. T. Barnum. In his autobiography . Barnum give a detailed account his connection with a general loin thumb a As he ended this do a Inutile Prodigy narrating Many interesting Uno docs their Travins together Barnum thus describes his first meeting with Trattou Quot i had heard a remarkably Small child in Bridgeport Aud at my request my brother brought turn to tie to Tel. Lie was not two feet High he weighed less than sixteen pounds and was the smallest child 1 Ever saw that could walk alone but he was a perfectly formed Bright eyed Little Teri with Light hair and Ruddy Cheeks and he enjoyed the Best health. He was exceedingly bashful but after some coaxing he was induced to talk with me and he told me that he was the son Sherwood e Stratton and that his own name was Charlrs a. / Quot Quot . Barnum at once engaged Young Stratton for a Short period and took the greatest pains in Bis education and training finding him an Apt Pupil with much native Talent and a keen sense the ludicrous. The general made his debut at the new Yore museum Deceron her 8,1842, Aud almost at once became a Public favorite. He was shown in the Principi american cities under . Barnum a management and so great was his Success that in january 184h, . Banura sailed for Europe with his Prodigy and the latter parents and Tutor. The shrewd showman succeeded in getting throng the american minister Hon. Edward Everett an invite Uon Lor his protege to Buckingham Palace and he thus de scrip the interview a the general advanced with a firm step and As he came within hailing distance made a Voty Graceful How and exclaimed a Good evening ladies and gentlemen a a burst laughter followed this salutation. The Queen then took him by the hand led him about the gallery asked him Many questions the answers. To which kept the Mma in an uninterrupted Strain merriment. The general familiarly in to Ormed the Queen that her picture Gate fit was a first rate a and told her he should like to see the Prince Wales. The Queen replied that the Price had retired to rest but that he should see him some future occasion. The general then gave his songs dances and imitations and after a conversation with in face air fat 4ip/jii present. Which continued for Mere than an hour we were permitted to in pursuing the prescribed fashion a backing out the Royal presence the general caused much merriment by turning around and running a few Steps when he found he was unable to keep up with the rest the procession. This Pfeif Lirosi procedure so shocked the Queens favorite poodle that he barked sharply which quite startled the general at first a lie however recovered immediately and with his Little Cane commenced an attack the poodle and a funny fight ent oed Valri a it we a Ltd Iweis died the merriment the Royal . Barnum and his protege had two subsequent invitations to Buckingham Palace and the fashion set by Royalty was course followed by everybody else and their Fortune was made. A not to Bave Shaf Irir amp a Tom thumb was decidedly unfashionable and from March 20 until july 20 we Wees the Littie general it egg Erik Rali were. crowded the receipts averaging during the whole period about $500 per Day. At the fashionable hour Between fifty and sixty carriages the nobility have been counted at one time standing in front our exhibition rooms Ali Ira Iii pm the a tier was the recipient presents from the Queen and other members the reial my a was proud. In 1�?Taris the general produced a like sensation being by seated to King Louis Philippe and a Tom Roucek at once became a favorite with the French. In Brussels the general was Agun presented at court. Returning to England the principal cities England Ireland and Scotland were visited and the party flex a Ltd flav York it Ltd february 1847. The subsequent exhibition the general in the various cities the United states and Cuba is Well known Purdum and his protege becoming famous together Aud a picnic fight near Cleveland Between 400, in which several were mortally. Hart full la Quot it it Ole bloody Ani it fax age affair took place at the Willow House the Brecksville Road a Short distance South . Newburg a today that it is Safe to say has year Eric a parallel in the history the country. Yttri How it began no one seems to know. All during the afternoon crowds workingmen and their wives had been arriving at the place which is to common resort for picnic parties in the eighteenth Jurd. By 5 clock fully 500 people were the grounds. About 6 cock two the picnic party became involved in a dispute Over some trifling question. They she a became excited and had attracted around them a. Large number the friends both. A fight was no one thought however that it would be general. A minute later blows were exchanged. The wildest ctr Ftp Phi at once seized upon the people Assembly pm. Clubs were picked up and More blows were struck. Glasses and plates were hurled Alf a Al and Odood flowed freely. A i a spi Cheil the owner the picnic ground attempted to quell the riot and was struck the head with broken glad a i pm new badly but. Two Brothers William and Lewis Ager living Oil Hosmer Street were f terribly injured. Lewis was thrown upon the ground jumped upon and Hurt internally. His recovery is doubtful. Williams head and face was badly Cut and pounded. Both were taken Home. A Man named Baer i Ose Home is the Corner a a pit. Clap and Lawrence streets was also thrown Dawn and / stamped upon receiving fatal injuries. Vilii Ager received a violent thrust from a knife i the neck and May die. Samuel Reers who lives Corn $ Street Cut adj let the. Face and head Iipp broken Pla re to a Glass. A Drezen others whose names could not be Ascer Tai Fri were Cut and bruised. Blood was everywhere. / the Fence it had been torn Dove a and the rails used up idea Pons. Women and children were running about screaming and crying. Several the women who were involved in the fight were badly wounded. Fully 400 participated in to a a him. His wife probably made some Purchase and he is anxious to Settle up. If she has not bought anything she probably wiil. Very soon the wife enters and makes a big Purchase stating that her husband w ill Call and up after making try i rounds ail the pm Pes the couple Latip out leaving any number victims. The game has been played in quite a number towns. 1 a a bold Bobby pria Arizona. Tombstone ariz., july 15.�?while s. Marks a storekeeper at Contention was waiting a customer two horsemen masked Rode up. One dismounted and entering the door pulled two pistols an compelled th0rim who were present to held up their hands. The robbers ordered Marks to open the Safe a and be Quick about it it a / Marks obeyed and gave the Man some Silver which he threw Tjie floor remarking contemptuously that he did no to take Silver. The robber then went to the Safe and took -$2,300 in Gold and greenbacks. At this juncture Charles Mark entered and the robber covered him Frith a gun and ordered him to stand in line with the Here. The two horsemen then Rode offal Rodathe River and escaped. I. It Quot in it the broken Chlea goans settling up. 15,-Iiverycrediter late suspended firm j Mege och Evering Haia &go., who few red for up Baa 1 have signed the 50 Pei cent. To Tel Mph so it i said and the $450,000 Cash to the unsecured creditors is to be sent Here tuesday. It is expected that the firm will be reorganized and resume business in about a month. Its commission business before the failure was Worth $303,000 a yep the Quot ten leading Board Trade firms which went a twin in the panic had unsecured liabilities j $2,237,000 a and have thus far arranged to $1,264,000. Heavy Chicago so Chicago july 15.�?i in the last four wee lard Worth Over $3, shipped from this City claimed that these houses Are not sales ments to agents to sell. Menta lard. Is stated that with s 120,600 pierces ,000, have been one hand if is i ments by Large t merely consign it is affirmed that they represent actual sales that eng Meil Hub i Hhall the lard houses Are Init ibo Telf Hii in a capacity and Are Tivo weeks be mud orders. I m l time i Are snapping up Able and that the lard sandbagged in Chicago. Drowned mini rive. In a station agent robbed ,300 Daylight and fatally Hart. Chicago july 15.�?at Kensington a adn Thern part Chicago yesterday after a Kim a bold Robe #3 perpetrated. In Foshier 8tatehpof the Chicago amp Eastern Illinois railway whose office is any Feu i id i nos at the Corner one Hundred and sixteenth Street and Michigan Avenue was counting out some Money when he heard Steps at the door but supposed some a there. At the next instant his eyes were blinded by somebody a hands but he made no struggle thinking it a Friend in play. ? be was soon struck the head however by a villainous sandbag and knocked a sense less without seeing his asst Ilant. Alten he recovered consciousness lie discovered $200 the company a Money and $1,100 his own was missing besides his watch Jev Teffy. When the alarm was give i it Wilh lipid that two stranger we re seen hurrying Westward along the track and they will probably be captured co Eveh a. Foshier is the Nim injured Andi frail Perth ably die. It jpiyftippb7 United 5.�?j. J. Graham l. Moore a distillery was drowned in Dix Juver five a a if Lka Edge Teeter Day evening. He Pill pts into a Quot water to secure a Large fish and having Hia clothes and boots and being a unable to swim got in deep water and was a i it wed before assistance could reach him. He was one the Best officers in the internal Revenue service. His body has not yet been it a fire disaster in Perth july 15.�?a huge fire occurred at Lipto Szentmiklos today j in which a number persons lost their Ira ii a have been taken from the ruin six Twenty persons including the prefect Jpn police Are missing. Many per pee Are made Home less by the fire. A a a a revolting Case. Massacred by Cetewayo. Al Fol corpses Zulu men women and children were seen june 30 at White River the Border Zululand massacred in i their hiding place by a followers. M it is said chief epoch has surrendered it was through . Bumkum that tie general became Taeuu Aiutes with Lavinia Warren whom he married february 10, 18<j3, a cutting out Commodore Nutt who was an aspirant for the Voung lady a hand. The pair visited Europe two years later their Ltd in account holding Public exhibitions and adding to the already comfortable competency acquired. They have Given exhibitions occasionally late ears Aud had an elegant Home in middie rough mass. Is a Beautiful White girl slopes with her fathers coloured Coachman it it r lev Eland o., july 15, afro Freric past detectives from Wheeling w. Va., Nave been in this City Hunting for a run Awa John Sandford a wealthy Farmer a jiving in the suburbs Wheeling. She recently j graduated from a Seminary with High honors. For several months past a Young coloured Man named Frank Tsmith thirty five years Osage has been j cd unloved at the Sandford e use i in hum Uxter uni item a a a i in y girl named Cora Sandford. Cora is Beautiful and Lecomp lifted daughter a negro barn Assas elated. Tracy City Tenn. J july 15.�?�?Tvlshile aft crowd was waiting in Barber shop tins morning a shot was Mea Roft Anft a negro i Barber shaving a customer fell dead Snow it through the brain. Who fired the shot Frei tee i amp a mystery a it a. A rite1in a Culvert. Five children ii in a Rush water

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