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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - July 10, 1873, Cincinnati, OhioVol. 4.Cincinnati, thursday july 10,1873. No. 2 by Telegraph the glorious fourth. Shaken up Buffalo july this City was visited by two distinct the military situation. Madrid july 5. The government has decided to disband the soldiers whose term of service has expired and Olfer them two reals daily to re enlist and in the result is unsatisfactory to Appeal to the patriotism of the country to till the ranks and state frankly the situation and the Means of serving Spain. The Carlista at work reforms in Cuba. Barcelona july 8. The City of vice Miles from Barcelona is being blockaded by the Carlist. Madrid july 8. Senor Suner minister of the colonies is engaged in preparing a comprehensive scheme Lor reforms in the Island of Cuba. Shocks of an earthquake about 0 of clock yesterday morning. The shocks were distinctly Felt in All parts of the City. The report from websters Corner a town nine Miles Distant state that two severe shocks were Felt at the same time. In officer kills a rough. Albany july 7. In the town of Green officer Murphy in at it struck a rough two the head from the of he in a Short time gave himself up to the the cholera the Soliah. London july 5. The report of the outbreak of cholera at Munich is contradicted. Craft on the Vistula Are submitted to a rigid quaran Tine. The Shah made a visit to the Crystal Palace yesterday. An immense preparation was made for his reception. The Khiva War. London july 8. Dispatches from Khiva state that the town of Mugil which made a desperate remittance was tired and destroyed by the russians. Kila which surrendered without tiring a shot was spared a the victors found in Khiva ten thousand persian slaves Many of whom claimed the Protection of Russia. The English forgers. True Bills have been found against George Bidwell Austin Bidwell George Mcdonnell Aud Edwin Noyes the Bank of England forgers and they will by tried at old Bailey in August. The Shah. The Shah of Persia before leaving Loudon made Many presents including $8,000 to the servants of Buckingham Palace and $12,000 to policemen stationed there. The Tichborne trial. Upon the resumption of the trial of the tie borne claimant yesterday morning it was announced that the defendant was sick and he was excused irom attendance upon the court for a few Days. Or. Hawkins of the prosecution said they would close their Case wednesday next when an adjournment of ten Days will be taken. France. The casting iliac Katic Duel. A dispatch corrects the dispatch previously telegraphed regarding the Duel and the result Between m. Paul de Cas signal and m. Ranc the weapons used at the meeting were swords and both combatants were wounded but neither of them dangerously. The announcement that a second Duel is to be had crossed swords creates considerable excitement Here new s. S no new trial lit the Hawki Picayune libel suit. New Orleans. July judge Lynch has refused a new trial in the Hawkins Picayune libel suit. The cholera. Increasing in the Vicinity of Memphis. Memphis july 5. There were thirteen cute Mients yesterday five of which were from cholera. This disease while abating in the City is spreading in the country adjacent to Memphis. The disease at Nashville. Nashville july 5. The deaths from All causes in the City yesterday were fourteen nine from cholera. During a Row Bush yesterday tempting to quell or three blows on feds of which and the officer authorities. Of Kelly still in prison. New y Ork july 8. A Herald Cable says of Kelly is still confined in the National prison at Nan Tandre but the colonial minister has ordered his Transfer to Madrid and there is Good reason to believe his release will soon follow. The Pacific railway debt. The amount of Coin due holders of the Union Pacific Railroad Cemp Anvy a first mortgage Bonds amounts to $510,000. Of this sum fully $000,000 have Heen disbursed at the redemption office Here and payments still continue in London new York and Boston. Policeman beaten to death. Officer David of Connor was fatally beaten sunday morning by members of the tenth Avenue gang whom he had ordered away from thirtieth Street. Three arrests were made and the persons secured have been identified. A Chance for the tombs murderers. The evening Telegram says the Law under which Rosenzweig the abortionist offended with its penalty of seven years imprisonment was legislated out of existence by the passage of a new Law making malpractice attended with Fata results punishable with death. Rosenzweig has lain for months in the tombs awaiting a new trial but has not been re indicted and it is believed can not be. Stokes Simmons and King will it is supposed escape the death penalty through the new Law requiring proof of deliberate intent to kill for conviction of murder in the first degree. The Dexter Park Rucera. Chicago july 5. At Dexter Park yesterday Mariposa won the first race. Time 1 52%. 1 54, 1 56. Quartermaster the favorite in the pools was declared distanced in the first heat for fouling. Pistola and Coffee for two. Chicago july 7. Police clerk of Connor was yesterday challenged to mortal combat by an outraged Lover whose Sweet heart had recently developed a weakness for of Connor. Tug destroyed by fire. The tugboat a. Burton while lying in the River near Wells Street Bridge about ten of clock last night was partially destroyed by tire. Loss $2000. Somebody a Darling. The decomposed remains of a boy were found in the Lake near Lincoln Park on yesterday. The body was not identified. There were skates attached to the deceased a feet so that he was probably drowned during last Winter. Jewelry store burgled. Burglars invaded or. Cohen s jewelry store no. 1336 South state Street Between two and six p. M., yesterday while he and his family were absent at Turner Hall. The thieves secured $2,500 Worth of jewelry. Shooting affray at a picnic Lawrenceburg july 5. At a picnic yesterday in the fair ground about of clock Iri the afternoon the City marshal Pauli Truitt arrested Peter Miller for buying Beer and giving it to minors. Miller walked about one Square with the marshal when All of a sudden he Tore away from him and felled him with his fist. Miller then ran when Truitt tired three times at Hin tie third shot taking effect. The Ball entered the Small of his Back and was cutout just above his stomach. It is believed he can not recover. Miller is a desperate lawbreaker and has not much sympathy among our people. He has just returned irom the Penitentiary at Jeffersonville where he served a term of two years for cutting Alex. Moody a coloured Barber of this place. Early hour this morning Miller was yet alive but Ean not possibly recover. V c a inspector killed the weather Indianapolis july 5. A Tum Fielding car inspector of the Culumbus Chicago amp Indiana Polis Railroad was killed thursday night by being run Over by a freight train. The train had just arrived and Field rag after testing the wheels mounted the the top of a car immediately after which the train commenced backing. Itts surmised he was blinded by the lightning fell Between the cars As the next seen of him was his lifeless body horribly mangled lying on the track near the spot where he boarded the train. E were visited yesterday afternoon by another very heavy storm of rain accompanied by big wind. A Carlo two inches of rain fell in less than half an hour. The heavy Rains which have been continuous All the week have done incalculable damage to the Farmers in this Region. There was no regular Observance of the fourth nere. A few parties went on picnic excursions despite the threatening weather and paid Tor their temerity with a drenching. How it was celebrated. At Nashville. Nashville july 5. The fourth was generally observed by All classes without any particular demonstration. All branches of business suspended and All Bouses closed. At Wilmington. Wilmington n.c., july 5. Business was entirely suspended and the streets almost deserted. A very Large proportion of the population was absent on excursions and attending the regatta on the sea coast. 8t.v0ui8 makes a Day of it. St. Louis july 5. The fourth was More generally observed than for some years. Business was entirely suspended and thousands of people left the City by Railroad and steamboats to spend the Day in the country. At night the streets were crowed with All classes of citizens and were All ablaze with Bon fires and Brilliant with pyrohtechnic8 iof All descriptions. No serious accidents Are reported. New York celebrates quietly. New York july 5. The Day was very quietly observed. Business was entirely suspended and will remain partially so until monday. There was a Tine Parade of the military in the morning and the usual anniversary exercises by the tammany society. There were displays of fireworks at various Points in the City. But the Day was not celebrated after the old time fashion. What they did at Vincennes. Vincennes july 5. The fourth was generally observed Here. The y Vincennes National guards held a picnic at Frei Grove which was largely attended. Everything passed off quietly with the exception of one or two Small fights. A Large train of excursion lists left in the morning for car i on the Cairo and Vincennes Railroad returning in the evening. At the National Capitol. Washington july 5. All members of the Cabinet were ont of town and no Public Celebration was held. The oldest inhabitants association in accordance with their usual custom met and had appropriate ceremonies numerous Pieny a parties passed the Day in the neighbouring Groves. The knights of St. Patrick paraded in full regalia and marched to the Scheutz zen Park where they held a picnic. The sunday school Union held its annual Celebration at Lincoln Hall and the Catholic coloured sunday school celebrated the Day in the White lot South of the executive mansion. The Dexter Park races american girl beaten by sensation. Chicago july 8. The races at Dexter Park closed with three running and t to trotting in the order Given below. The attendance was Between five and six thousand. The first race a half mile dash for a purse of $400, Between Uncle Hank and three others was won easily by the former time not Given. The second was a trotting race for a purse of $4,000 this was the most exciting race of the season Best three in five american girl carrying 20 pounds dead weight extra sold in pools for $100 against $20 for tha Field with the following horses starting american girl sensation Henry Todd and Onley. The first heat Conley got the score and led to the first Quarter when the girl went ahead and held it easily to the third Quarter when sensation closed with her Aud passed under the wire a half length behind. The girl winning sensation second and Todd a Good third time 2 29�?T in the second heat the horses got a Good Start sensation two lengths ahead. The girl took the Lead at the first Quarter and held it with sensation at her heels to the Home stretch. Sensation came up along Side th<5 girl and &h0 broke badly when sensation took the Lead and passed under the wire Winner by a Todd and Conley following closely time 2 26%. The third heat sensation and the girl started abreast but the girl forged ahead at the first Bend and held it hotly pressed by sensation Dow n the Back stretch with Todd so far behind that it was thought he could not possibly save his distance. At the third Quarter sensation took a position along Side the girl who broke badly in her attempts to throw him off sensation went to the front and passed the pole Winner by half a length with Lenry Todd a length behind the girl. Time 2 22%. The toy Irtoli heat sensation got off first by half a length and maintained his Lead with but Little change to the end passing under the wire Winner in 2 28, closely pressed by the girl and Henry Todd. The third was a trotting race Best three in five to Wagon. Summary Barney Kelly 2,1,1 Ella Throop distanced Ligonier 1, 2, 2 2 43%, 240, 2 37%. The fourth race Consolation purse of $300 for running horse nest two in three Memphis boils Over. Memphis july 5. The National Holiday caused a practical suspension of business. The Day was observed by the numerous coloured societies parading the streets in full regalia headed by bands of music the firing of Cannon pistols and popping of crackers excursions on the River picnics by White and Black citizens and general hilarity. The Steamer City of Augusti made several excursion Tripa above and below the City. At the soldiers Home. Dayton july 5. The Celebration at the soldiers lome yesterday was largely attended and everything passed off enjoyably. The first thing on the programme in the morning was the Drill of the a Bummer brigade a which for fantastic foolishness and laughter provoking grotesque Ness probably has never been surpassed in this Region. About fifty veterans took part in this Drill All wearing false faces and dressed in variegated costumes. This Drill lasted one hour and a half and was repeated in the evening at six of clock to a much larger number of spectators. At half past nine the maimed soldiers formed in line of March and were reviewed by governor Noyes senator ferry of Michigan Hon. Stanley Matthews of Cincinnati and numerous other distinguished guests. After the review the procession formed preparatory to moving to the cemetery to Lay the Corner Stone of the proposed Monument As follows Home band grand marshal veterans of the and Navy president vice president and invited guests ladies citizens on foot Home fire company artillery company citizens in carriages. At the place chosen for the erection of the Monument the procession baited and Rev or. Chapman offered a prayer. Among the articles deposited under the Corner Stone were a Confederate $5 Bill and a part of a rebel Shell from Gettysburg. Then Hon. Stanley Matthew s delivered a Brief oration. The procession then moved to a Grove where a speakers stand had been erected and benches prepared when senator t. W. Terry of Michigan delivered an address of about Twenty minutes duration. He was followed by gov. Noyes in a Short address and by Gen. Bridgeland of Indiana. Ear Cullen a Point for Miles from a Ford on the opposite Shore of the Lake. A party of thirty or forty Persona Mao women and children left Dart lord fit the morning of the fourth to attend he picnic taking boats near Groen we to a Oakwood hotel the yacht h. B. Shaw recently irom Oshkosh took Oil Hoard Twenty tour persons the sail by at Tipon girl took on a Large Nura bar. Several Row boats also stared out heavily loaded. About half past 10 o clock when the boats had reached the Middle of the Lake a storm which had been gathering for several hours suddenly broke with tempestuous fury blowing for a few minutes a perfect Hurricane. The yacht Hanshaw so heavily loaded swamped and filled with water and w As capsized. The rowboats were either swamped or capsized. And in an instant thirty or forty persons were floundering in the water half mile irom Shore. The Little steam a rustic Belle which plies on the Lake had left the Landing at Cullen a Point and when struck by the storm was driven Hack on Shore losing her Flagstaff and Art of her smoke stack. As soon As she id be got off she proceeded at once to e w Reck of the Steamer and succeeded rescuing a Large number and Many Ere picked up in a Semi conscious condition by the rowboats. It was found that ten persons had been drowned and one or two others Are missing and it is feared h Ive found watery Graves. Large numbers of Oshkosh people went to Cullen a Point to attend the picnic. At eight of clock in the evening our citizens received the first tidings of the Dis i gtd a miss Jennie Olin of Hartford mrs. John band of Dartford mrs. A. P. Cor Man the wife of judge Clark of the circuit court of Dartford mrs. N. C. Russell of Berlin Jennie Russell aged six years daughter of mrs. C. Russell Mattie Allen aged six years daughter of Rev. T. G. Allen of Dartford we Blackson wit and daughter aged three Vears All of Dartford miss Caroline parting of Dart lord All were drowned. When the yacht Hanshaw left the Shore she had in Tow a Row boat. About ten minutes before the storm struck her we. Bloodson wife and child and or. Jno. Baird left the yacht and got into the Rowboat. Mrs. Baird left on the Llan saw her Little son about six years of age and As the boats parted she cried out a Good Bye Charlie be a Good a few minutes later the Gale upset the boat the Mother was drowned while the boy was providentially saved. Rev. J. F. Allen resident methodist minister at Dartford accompanied by his wife and daughter were on Board the har Shaw. Ili self and wife were saved but the child a Bright Little girl Sank beneath the Waves. Mrs. Allen of Dartford was in the Hanshaw and had sunk three times when she was rescued. She remained partially unconscious through the night and died this morning. Her daughter Jennie aged in years was one of the drowned. Green Lake is about 4 Miles wide and 8 or nine Miles Long it is romantically situated among a lot of Low Hills and its Waters have a dark appearance which gives it the name. Its depth varies from a few feet to 60 or 70 feet. Independence Day a eueral merry making in City and country. Picnics pyrite clinical displays amusements of All kinds. Tic president at Long Branch the Ulo Mouth Park races. Long Branch july 5. President Grant returned thursday afternoon. At the Long Branch Monmouth Park races fully Twenty thousand persons were present. The Steeple Chase was won by George West. Duffy came in a length ahead but the race was Given to George Wes on account of the rider of Duffy Riding out of the course. Time 7 38. A second race trial purse one mile was won by artist. Time 1 46. Third race mile heats won by Katy Pease. Time 1 45, 1 46. Jersey Derby won by time 2 45. Fourth race Tom Bowling terrible disaster to u picnic party a a a storm capsizes a vessel and twelve persons Are drowned. Out of trouble. Jacob Jung Bue a Middle aged German Tore his shirt to pieces and Hung himself in the police station where he was confined last evening. Oshkosh july 7. The 4th of july will Long be remembered in the Village of Dartford with feelings of the keenest sorrow. A Pic of the Good templars was to hav been held or. The Banks of Green Lake Texas has a spell. Washington july 8. The republicans of Texas have a bitter quarrel on hand about the Nomina Tion for governor. The present governor Davis is a candidate for re election and he is violently opposed by or. W. T. Clarke postmaster at Galveston who is supposed to represent the administration. As is the custom with this class of Southern politicians they have appealed to the president Tor arbitration. Governor Davis and postmaster Clarke have arrived Here on their Way to Long Branch. Clarke asserts that Davis has gone Back on the party while Davis charges that Clarke has demoralized the negroes and neglected Nis duties As postmaster. The proposed Pardon of the Indian chiefs big tree and a Anta enters into the contest. Davis has heretofore opposed the Pardon of these murderers while the administration has favored it. Of course the Large majority of the people of Texas oppose it and Are with the governor on the question. Davis is very confident of renomination even without the support of the administration. Satanta and big trek. Governor Davis of Texas is Here and yesterday had an interview with the Secretary of the Interior and the commissioner of ionian a flairs in relation to Tho of Satanta and big tree whom he hold. In the Texas Penitentiary. W a soul coming to any conclusion the whole matter was postponed fora further conference in August to take place in Texas Between the indians governor Davis and the commissioner of Indian affairs. The Yellowstone expedition. A dispatch from Stanley a Yellowstone expedition dated Camp seventy Miles West of Bismarck Dakota june 30th, states that the health of the whole command was Good. The indians were offering no serious resistance to the Loca Tion of the Railroad through their Hunting grounds. Abundant Coal of cond Quality was found Twe Tity seven Miles West of the Missouri River on the surveyed line of the Road and the country thus far traversed by the expeditionary Force is an excellent one Well grassed and watered. The old Story. The Defi it it it of $821,600 charged against Jacob Thompson Secretary of the Interior under Buchanan s administration is explained by the statement that that amount of Indian Trust Bonds was abstracted by one Goddard Bailey a clerk in the department of the Interior. The deficit though charged to Thompsons account is carried from year to year in the accounts of the Secretary of the Interior. The Indian Trust fund accounts of Secretary Delano have been settled up to june 30. The vice presidents health. The Springfield mass Republican says that vice president Wilson has passed into that stage of health which chief Justice Chase so Long occupied. He is a paralytic invalid to whom life is of most Uncertain duration. The nature of his disease May not utterly destroy his usefulness As a Man and Public servant but it will undoubtedly limit his ambition and his activity. With careful nursing and a cessation of exciting toil he May yet enjoy for Many years a kind of honorary Post in the Public councils. The people of Cincinnati of High and Low degree of All sects classes and descriptions seemed Bent yesterday on having a Good time. The glorious fourth was ushered in by the Midnight watchers with salutes of fireworks firing of revolvers Hur Rahing and every other demonstration popularly supposed to be patriotic. At about this time also the Down town saloons As they closed their doors sent Forth upon the streets dozens of Drunken men and until Daylight dawned these mad devotees of riotous merriment made the atmosphere resound with their wild shouts of inebriated ecstacy. With the Dawn of Day the denizens of the City who had spent the night in quiet repose arose from their couches and came Forth into the open air to look upon a sky that gave every Hope of a pleasant Day. Young America who Nad slept less than Lorty winks in his trundle bed during the hours of darkness for fear of missing the Chance of being abroad before breakfast now came Forth and made the Welkin ring with Gladsome cries. The noise of an of exploding pistols the tiring of shooting crackers the sound of bursting torpedoes and the thousand other noises incident to the occasion advised people of the opening of the Days Jubilee Long before they sat Down to partake of breakfast. Happy country cousins. By six of clock the streets looked very attractive indeed. The fresh morning air sweeping through them blew upon continuous Happy thousands of la Iconie Erson their Way to the River or the different railway depots to take an Early departure for those Beautiful country Groves where All is peace and happiness in nature on such pleasant summer mornings As yesterday. These swarms of excursion lists met counter swarms of incoming country cousins at every Street crossing and at the resorts of travel the depots and the boat landings the visiting ones were Marsh Ltd in numbers that almost dwarfed the departing crowds Large As they were. A Host of us Berban villagers dressed to kill in All that their Home dry goods houses could afford Aud wearing the brightest smiles came to town before noon and made the prominent promenades More attractive even than usual. They visited every Nook and Corner of the City. The libraries the hotels prominent buildings of every description were full of them. They wandered to the far away East end Garden to the suburbs of Avondale Clifton Walnut Lills &c., a. To the Shutze Platz Latonia Springs mount Lookout and in Wood dark. They visited Eden Park and marvelled at its loveliness. They visited Washington and Lincoln Parks and turned up their noses at their insignificance. They viewed the City from a dozen commanding eminences and speculated upon the greatness of our Beautiful Queen City. At the Heaters both afternoon Aud evening their Bright dresses joyous looks and unrestrained shouts of mirth told All that they came from Rural Homes and added an element of cheerfulness to the occasions that urged the performers to do their Best to please. The roads leading out of town scarce afforded room for the multitudes of carriages buggies wagons and vehicles of All kinds that whirled Over their Dusty Beds during the Day. The Trade in horse tle9h seemed to have undergone a great Awakening and a whoop la a proved the Means of enjoyment to a myriad of both City and country Folk. In town during the Day the saloons did a crushing business but the effects of the Sale of so much liquor did not become very noticeably Manifest while Daylight lasted. Here and there a tired Young gentleman wearing a female hat of wondrous appearance might be seen clasping a tree Box and calling it a old Felt with the utmost enthusiasm and in such cases it might be fair to presume that the Young Man had taken a stick in his ice water but these cases were rare and did not Call for the immediate organization of Temperance societies. The Only approach to a military Parade was made before Many people had become fairly awake. The Dayton zouave numbering eighty nine men and office red As follows Captain j. A. Miller lieutenants Chas. Anderson and Chas. H. Gray first sergeant t. S. Munn second sergeant e. T. Ware fourth sergeant p. F. Reddell fifth sergeant a. Sage corporals j. S. Clarke g. H. Beatty g. Fair j. A. Ferran . More b. Christie Joseph Degar. Privates s. Bradburn w. S. Beatty g. T. Brown o. C. Casterline Jos. Dowling John Dixon a. Foster h. J. Greiner Hirsch James Jenkins a. U. Johnson s. Morrison m. C. Nol in 1 r. Ross d. W. Sleutz j. B. Wood Frank Wilhelm arrived in town via the c., h. Amp d. Road at 7 40 a.m., and were met at the depot by the Lytle Grays and the them by thousands and their contributions were Large and thankfully received. At Parker a Grove and a dozen other places picnic parties of great and Large size were congregated and enjoyed themselves hugely Uhitil the coming of the storm when a general scattering Loi the different boats and trains took place. At Inwood Park the East find Garden and the Lookout House picnics were also held and those in attendance remained on the grounds until close upon Midnight. Tiie pioneers. The pioneers in Large numbers visited the Council chamber about two of clock in the afternoon and organized a meeting under command of elder we. P. Stratton. An opening prayer was delivered by the Rev. John of Wright after which the audience joined in singing country tis of judge Bellamy Storer then delivered an address on the Early Days of Cincinnati when the Gray beads present were nil Young men and after a few preliminary words on the subject said a since that period what a chapter has been written in the history of our race blood contests have been fought. Spain and France were now endeavouring to set up As republics. In our own country that which was so Long an opprobrium to our nation and a reproach to our race had ceased to exist. We had no reason to vaunt ourselves and Lay claim to Merit above other nations. The nucleus of a great people was everywhere but it was the institutions of a country that lifted up and gave character to the masses. A no Appeal was needed Here to the ignoble qualities of self adulation and self applause. The great Ocean of political life had been convulsed and its Waves were rocking still. The time was coming when the characters of men would be subjected to a severe ordeal. A voice trom a he Graves of those who fought for our country having Faith in each other and Faith in god As the Touchstone whereby we Are to be tested As to whether we Are improving the condition of our race. The question was upon us whether our struggle for property was not impairing principle whether greed and haste to amass great w health was not incompatible with the highest virtue of Good citizens a various miscellaneous songs and addresses were then in order and or. John i. Caldwell read a letter from Nathaniel Wright esq., expressing regret at his inability to be present. New members added to the society during the recess were p. B. Folger born 1810 Henry f. Moores born 1811 we. H. Morris born 1812 Elbert Marsh and r. B. Morse born 1815. The meeting we As closed by a series of Short speeches from different members relating to the men of Eye Olden in the City alter dark a promiscuous display of fireworks took place in All quarters and a perfect Din prevailed on some of the prominent Down town thoroughfares. Inebriated men by the hundreds paraded the streets tiring of every species of powder bearing invention yet contrived. Some intoxicated individual about Midnight dropped a lighted tire Cracker in tee midst of an assortment of fireworks kept by an italian fruit vender at the Southeast Corner of fifth and race streets. When that fire Cracker went off it seemed As if mount yes Savius had changed its location. Such a sputtering and Sissing and booming a general shaking up As ensued defies description. The loafers on Concrete Square were never before known to display so much animation As they did on this occasion in getting out of the Way. In the midst of the startling Tableaux formed by the bursting combustibles the lights of every Hue the glinting of myriad Sparks ac., stood the wretched eat r. He looked like a Man without a Home. The fourth of july seemed to have struck a secret chord of sorrow in his bosom that became More painful with each passing moment. He did everything that ius Aue thought could do to relieve himself. He danced the a Jig a he Tore All the hair off his poll he s wore by All the virgins in the Calendar and the imps of darkness that he was a ruined Man and he acted in other ways As a Man would who had bucked heavily against four aces. Occasionally a shot from a roman Candy would catch him on the nose and now and then a sky rocket w Ould come up under him and elevate him a Little but these circumstances did not seem to impress him with the least sense of danger. He stood gazing at his departing fortunes until the last lire Cracker exploded when he Tore his hat in two and departed for the nearest Saloon to partake of three cent Gin. Death in the midst of mad revelry. A Mela choir Case of suicide by hanging Cincinnati Light guards. The Grays were office red As follows Captain j. Johnson first lieutenant we. Smith and second lieutenant George Beach and the officers of the Light guards were Captain W. Karr and lieutenant j. C. Sanders. The United commands numbering several Hundred then visited the Walnut Street House where they had breakfast after which they were again marshalled together and marched to the levee where the Ohio no. 4 was in readiness to conduct them to parlor Grove. On the streets they marched in Good time and presented a neat and attractive front. Of course the ladies thought they had never see such dear delightful creatures and the wearers of the uniforms were elated by the smiles they lavished upon them on All sides. The picnic at parlor Grove was an immense affair. From seven of clock until twelve boats left the wharf crowded with excursion lists and the entire assemblage when finally Complete reached nearly 5,000 people. This picnic was the largest that left the City. The orphans picnic at Cumminsville however Well nigh equated it a in Point of attendance for the friends of the Little Waits make it a Point to Visto. A remarkable Case of suicide by hanging occurred thursday at no. 109 Clark Street near Cutter. The building is a three Story Brick tenement House occupied by German families. In the Garret of this House a wretched apartment scarcely High enough in some Corners under the sloping roof to permit the passage of a Chil la lived Herman Fledder Maun his wife Aud three children the eldest but nine years of age. The Mau was a labourer and for months past had brought no Money to his family save what he realized by an occasional Odd Job. For two years he had lived in the tenement House and during All that time his poverty was marked. He Wras a drinking Man too and spent in the Fellowship of men who sought to drag him to hell the Means that belonged to his family. Last night he came Home to his supper at six of clock. He was sober Aud apparently in Ordinary spirits. The meal was a poor one,.Aud his wife and children alter sharing it with him started on a Mournful errands to visit a sick relative at the Hospital. They were overtaken by the storm and returned in about Twenty minutes to find their protector de Hll hanging suspended from a clothes line halt an Inch in diameter Aud fastened to a Cross beam running through the room. No Lote no Mark of any kind could they see to denote to them Why he had forsaken them in this terrible manner. When Cut Down he was quite cold and the rope was removed irom the with the greatest difficulty As it had buried itself in the flesh. Coroner Maley held an inquest during the night and the jury returned a verdict of a death from suicide by hanging. W Hile in a tit of temporary aberration al mind brought on by excessive

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