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   Weekly Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 4, 1887, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               JL FORT WAYNE, INJX, WEDNESDAY, MAY. 4, ISST. VOL LV.--NO. FOREIGN NEWS. Idltor O'Brien Ylclonilj Attacks Lord Lansiloirne The Foreign Sews. DDEUN, April The United Ire land Bftja: "No blacker deed of tresn! 617 was ever committed than ihat Lord Lansdowne haa been palltr of. Blito hell are Lord Lanadowno's unutterable EiesnneM, treachery anil malignity He stood in awe ol Canadian opinion bat tore the agreement he made wit his tenants into shreds the moment L ma led to believe by Canadlana with Irish names, that ha could rely on Iriat Canadian complaisance In his perfidy. Oowt, April Hon. Oapi. Tliomas Plunkett, resident magistrate at Cork has been instructed by the govemraen to keep a clone watch over nil cironm attending the departure of Wil Ham O'Brien In Amerind, to inaugurate a campaign against governor general the Marquis Lonadotrne on, aaoouut ol his alleged treatment of his Irish ten April M. Herbette. the French embaaiador at Berlin, telegraphs that yesterday evening he had on Interview with Count Herbert Bismarck German minister for foreign affaire, ant that Count Bismarck states, that Germany la inclined to admit that the meat was irregular and on this account Will release M. Soliuaebel, alien tbe tetters alleged to have been written bj M. Guntsch are proved lo be authentic. The Journal Dea Debates publishes a dispatch from Berlin stating that the Bohnaebel aff.it haa been amicably set-tied between France and Germany. LONDOS, April Advioea from Sorutarl, Albanl, state tbatthe Miriditei haTekilledBevea Turkish soldiers for interfering with tbe tomb ot the noted leader Bib Dodo. BKRLIX, April 20 -Prince Bismarck has informed M. Heibette. the French ambassador, that he will to-day submit for the empemr's signature, sn order lor the release of M. Bcbnaebels. It ia understood, in the event of his liberation by Germany, that tbe French government will discharge Mr. Sob naebel" from the oflice of special oommioaart at Pagny-sar Mowelle. PARIS, April From the statement mads here, it in believed that Germany dealrea to expedite an adjustment o( the Sohuasbel'a affiiir and that arrangementii are progressing favorably at Berlin, for a prompt and satisfactory Battlement, which .'may render the dispatch of the German documents in the oass to Puts unnecessary. There waa a better feeling on the bonne at the close, in of rnmors that Prince Jlbunarok had consented to parole Bohnaebel LOJTDON, April A dispatch from Oooktowu, Australia, announces that the steamer Benton, of Singapore, waa suck in a collision with a bark off the Island of Formoa. and that 150 persons were drowned. Ho Eoropeani were lost. HAZCTAX, Nova Bootia, April The housa of assembly divided on the government's repeal resolutions. Dr. defeated, only flvo votes being cast in its inp port, and the original motion was carried. Eight members voted, against the main resolution, which proposes to recall tbe action of Nora Scotia in giving its adhesion to the Dominion govem-LOHDON, April 29. The queen haa arrived at Windsor Oaa lie. PAKH, April Mr. Bohnaebles, who was released from the German prison yesterday, by order of Germany and who at once departed from Meta, whore he waa inoaroerated, arrived at midnight at Pagny-aur-Moflello, where ha was recently arreflted. He WBH given a reception and then went to Paris. He will be the damp nature of the sronnd th bnildiag had beeu erected on stilta seven feet high. When the wind came a force ol 11 painters and trimmers were at work on the cottages. The honse to the north tipped violently against the adjoJBiD one and then righted ilaelf. The work men fled for their lites. bnt before, they all escaped another bluat sent theeottag plunging against its neighbor. It i torn fall over againt the third and and then the third agaiiist the fourth. Th hsa one wall demolished, but none o the Inmates were RIOTS. The Paulillng County Djuamlten ur Doing Their Work In of the MUltla. April 27. from th had been no conflict between the troop, the meu engaged in destroying th public works. The Wmet-Slar special from th Panlding eounty, Ohio, disturbancd saya: ''The depredations of Mondu night have continued on a tuualler scale iimost under the nosea of the militia. There are only three companies of mil .tia, who have to guard several milea o ie reservoir bank. The damage having iu outbreak until the work of repairinj begins. TcwUy Chief nogioeer Bostello irrived with Wm. Hahu, a member o ho board of pnblio works, joining Wui-Fliokenger, who here. They wil arraugB for immediate tejmirs niitl ivil also proceed to ferret out thn comjpira ore who wrecked reserv.iir. An ex member of tho lefiislatnco ia reported as aiding iu tbn dmirnaSion on MOD clay tia doubtful ilauy one can beeonvlote( nPanldiug wtre dry as powder aai owing to tba length of thn run fur th department, they were almost totally d Btroyed. Loss about So inaur ance, A horso. the property of H. I Btealer, stabled hi Iho building, wig removed by a representative of THE Bis, who waa llmt to the euoao o action. The iiamea were firet eonflued to the mauger, erected in the shed nher the horee waa fed und was evidently tb ing reaideuia thereabouts for "haut for aome daya past, and ar tboufiht to havo slept LAW. The LouUvlde Hob Likely to Aeai Assault the Jail lr-rest of the Leader of the ttatd List Slglit. LoviaviiiB, April 29. thing is quiet about tiid jail thia morniEfi. al though the talk over the town ia thatan other and taora Jeteimiiictl effort ba made to lynch the negroes to-uigh! Jlumdre that Miaa Jennie Bowman had died of her iujnriej, in eircnktion yia ieiilay afternoon, tended to revive th who were arrested last night wer JoUu iotterle and Allen McDonald, the egialatnre, and tho latter ia leader in ai assoeialiou organised to promote the mrify of the city government. Thia corning Jennie Bowmiui is still sink-ing. Bhe ia irorse than at any time and may dlo at any moment. The feeling id tlmt her death will precipitate trouble. Judge Jackson, of tbo circuit court, has asked the governor for The agraedsigiiiU of eleven apa by the iite department bet s in case of an attack upon the jail naa just been ig toward tbeji.il. Tho militia aroata-ioneil arniiiul idti builiiiiig. police ml mob uro now tigbtiue. About 3.UUO people aro asacmbled on the jail at thia The general ularm aouud'ed about ifteeu m id ut' s ftyo in tha cause Nuiio f tbe citv ofliciul cuu tell Imw (heuUno na jiireu. It could have been orn nuv of the lions in tbtt eiiy. The tuiiitiu uru on tho way to jail. No col-leoteil nuy will, ut present. The crowd forming ont of curiosity. QC1ET ItESTOHEO. aJaim.it aeems, wae 10 usual null j-ireu io iiolify the mem-t-rs of tlio when aro A (o rupurt for duty at tlio armorr. 'no pcoplu miauudcrstood the ttlarra, iukiutr it WHH caused by a riot at the ail. The crowd baa dispersed, and 110 ore trouble Lt feared at prosent. LOOISVIHE, April -Shortly after o'cliick lust iiiglit tbo mob of about 0 nwn aud boja, armed with a ceotiou erson street in a body to charge the oil. The police heard of their coming d. thirty strong, in a double lnmn, met the mob at Kith and Jefiereon streets. The police dored them to disperse, at d both aides ood and looked at each other for loat n minute, when the potico charged uto tbo crowd." Tim mob WHB without eadera, and scattered in all directions. ouio threw atones, and several police-en wero Btrnok, bnt no one wea sen-naly injured; About ten of tho mob ere arrested, and several of these were armed. There was no ahooting of any kind. Lomsviras, April 30. Everything is uit house square. The meeting agreed ion by tho mob leaders last evening IBS not been held, and U is generally lelieved that all danger of mob violence past. Turner and Patterson panned a iserable night. They refused to lat andconlduot alem? with any peace, bey were called npoa by two colored inisterai--who -endeavored to pacify lem, bnt only .partially succeeded. During the night tho prisoners were sited by numerous citizens, who ont lear what tliay had to say. The men ere iu adjoining cells and could dia-tmcUy licarwhateaehottmrsaid. When urner wtia asked if Patterson waa guil-, he would reply in tbe affirmative and uttoraon never failed to reply that it aa not true. A dispute would follow, her xvoa wrong. Both of them prayed ncessnntiy mid wliuii thn mob waa eat they literally rolled on the floor n agony. A report- in iiahliahed that 'a thereon can prove an alibi. aiiEerons ooadition. The alleRed uttaut between 12 ondl clock this mb.'ulDg did not amuunl to the [isa-jionleits mounds abo them with the dowera of aprin time; let nn rswc above them thtj dca old iUi; they eaved from, dishonor; 1 pledgee to aid and aaaiat tload whoa they Lava left among uj ft sacred oliirj uponanation'd the soldier and ssdlor'd widow as orphan. III. Depsutmeat oomraandera wi use every effort to make this order e fectivA m and chief. N. P. CiHPiiiir. Adjutant General. By command of Lucius Fairohili Jommander-ia- chief E. B. OR.IT, Adjutant Si.OOO. llilwankee hospital 310.000; St. Mary'4 Catholic hospital Y. M. C. A.. Nasht.Ufa house, Ejikeoim! Theological Seminar ai NaahotaL, WB-, lUo.be wd leys, CHA-MJMTOS, W. Va., April boose of delegate refused thia inomia to adopt the Hamilton rotolntion Tuesday, May 23d neit. oa the day t begin balloting for Statta LiposTE, Ind., April Tim re taatia of Major John E. Elaine, brotbe of Hon. JonitaO. Rlnine, re4iehwl South Bend at lost night and were taken dirtily to Notre Daiua. Th funeral took place at 2 p. m. to-day. DELPHI, Iiid., Ap.-il Samuel M waa for yester day. When he vacated ofUca a was discovered in hia accounts o Mtj-.-ciE, InJ., April A company with a capital of was organ zed to-day to pipe natural gas to liich-mond, forty-dye distant. CfiBiiOYGAK, Mioh., April The areo ateamaliip Snsquehonua, npwari: wnud with coal, waa ont through by the hor off that port, with her forward com-lortrnent liiiiDg with water. Steamer ouao. The larsofleot is ehattarod. LASSMO. Mich., April Late last ight arguments were concluded iu the 10 Ddkiii caae and it was submitted to ie house n-hich byavotaof S3 to 11, eclded ho had endeavored to procure mouov from F. Eitoii aud Juo. Stookle-ou ostensibly to courrupt the niewbHra, mt realty with view to appropriating it onud guilty. A resolution that Dafcin >e from tiie tioiwo approved ie miss! dtulnre H. Dakiu expelled om the iljor of tho house. WASHINGTON, April The Giant lies, wiiicu have been for several oiitha aufely gimrdetl in ouo of tho pri-ow placed on 'pulilio ST. Louis. April A local paper ya: "Western railroads do not make uy attempt at concealing their pi ana as >Korda issuing passes to cattle-men. gaged in the transportation of cattle, ley aro SB much emp OJM of the ad as though their names were ou tho ay-roli, for otherwise substitutes GORDON! The Dliilneuhhed Indiana Soldier ft Numbered With the Dead. I.viiLUi.ipous, April 2T. Major Jonathan Gordfco, surrounded byhuwlfa c'lildrisii, Is breathing his lit. For aha oat half a century he has been mora or [irasaiuent in Indiana affirla. Ha tignriij in the Meiioan war and alao in the laie war. Ha wna one ol the but jury lawyers in the stale, and as criminal lawyer bad bnt faw equals. He was born iu WoabiuRtou. county, Pennsylvania. 1S20. andoomato Indiana in 1S35. He ttoa twice elected spanker of the bouas ol the Indiana legislature, LITEE: p. Jonathaa W. agedsiity-aoven years. He was the t-riuin. aayef m Telegrams Prom Various 1'olu Iu the Uulleil. States. Piiraiicno. April The I'ArtmiY-.' Telsijrupli Ihia afternoon atattw that th geceral ofticets of the Kn Klits of Labor liava declared war on all who are not i accord with tbe present To thia end a list of twenty-two labo papers wiiieU have supported the adiuii istmtion hava been eudoraeil thracg the official organ of Knights of Labor ing intense, indignation, tut it i aa praetically placing a boycott ou th eigiit lioiiike.) other labor .hroughont tha country. The list is t administration. NEW TOIIE, April Tho United Stales Becret officers, Into Satnrtla-night arreated two women uamol Mm Aunie Kelly and Miss Ellen Barrilt, hfcr .iater. who have engagoa in eouuterfeif-at 237 East One nuuare'a ElevBiith treet. The oQicera caught tha women t their wort, captuml pltuter of parU nuiulda. fllet. meltiiiK metal aud OS counterfeit dollars. Tha Kelly 'Oman is tbe wife of the notorious Geo. ielly. tJio counterfeiter. They did no! euy their guilt. NEW YOBK, April Wilber-orce, of Buglauil, the distiuguiabed Jpisoopal prt-acher, 13 n guesi nt (bo ftURhter. Tbo cannu has been 'suffrt-ug from poor health for ueveral ycara, reeks. He will bu" invited to preach lere. but possibly may not appuar in iiiblio "I really no plan or my Htay in aaid tlio eauon. iiitt on poiflihle." GAUBSA, III., April Due efteot of be inter state comment bi 1 1ms liwu to IvaiiOfl freight on aiun ores to Lasulle iout S( per ton. It is claimed lhat is will put nobeek oil one of the moat mportaut industries in this sectioii, oa no ore can not profitably be mined and Suped at thut r.itu of freight. Tho utpntofEiucoro iu the counties of iiitijetto and Grunt iu Hontheru Wis-nain averaged heretofora twenty r loads per dav. HnsrisoTOS. April Dr. A. G. nrtin, of thLi city, uud a. L Overdper, Roouoke, thia county, irero orreated anghter, and bail was fiied in each The ohorgo is that Martin, Overdeer's inatance, produced an lortion on Overdeer'e wife, from the effects of which she died. April Theodora ewart, a wood mantle manufacturer, ade aa aasignment tha morning Lia-iities scheduled at Assets, BEUJS, April The tone of (be uuneuta of the press on the Schnmbete air and freah rumors in relation to the ureal arc uausing alarm Berlin. April The water ol ie St. ijawrenco ia alowiy rat feara tire expressed that a ahovo may our nt any moment, oa the lake ice is NEW YORK, April 2G T 'o Suit this oming prints tho following editoriiil iu ilics: "By all means, Mr. Cleveland n 18SS, as tho democratic candidate. If ba clearly established beforehand lat tho democracy arc bound to bo lenleu it would be leas injurious to the emocratio caucus to be beaten with r. Cleveland than with anv other man ho could possibly be selected, ami il auy democrat Ia satisfied that there ia o hope he should desire tn sea the lominatiou conferred on Mr. LOVE. A Yoanr Lady Snlddw and Writes a Sensations! Note. POKTUXB. Me., April A iensa-ional suicide ooonrred at 2 o'clock this morning, the victim being Miaa Alice Uobb. It is elated that for some time >ast the girl has shown signs of insanity The girl's father heard a shot in her and forcing an entrance fount! iftr dead on the floor with a ball through ler heart. The following note waa fastened to the wall with a knife: "I am not crazy, bat my health is broken. A dead wiinian'a oarse oa all who have wronged me. Pather wants me to die. I wiU do HO, but if my spirit can return I will hannt him until he diee. Take my letter to Msggie for her Bring. Father has driven me to this. A.L1OK-It is believed a love affiir Uectttur Husband (Jets a Divorce and DeMi His Farm to His lUval. P.KKiieD ler was Rnmled u divnruft in tlio Adaiiia wuuty circuit court yesterdav under peculiar circumstances. The plain tiff al-efied adultery, hia wife, being hU only witueaa, mlmittiug tbe fact. Benjamin SLiiig, forty ycara of iigo. haa been work-iig for Knepper on bis farm for the last eight yeara, boarding with him. Last January lira. Knepper ;ave birth to a child. He bad iiol colmbited with her for two years previous, she swearing to tho facia at tlte divorce trial. Knepper still feept ou forking hia farm and providing fur bis amity, King remaining us 11 laborer. :'bo same day tho divorce was granted King proenred A license, wt-ut back to Kuepper'a house, mid married Mrs. tuepper. Kuepper then deeileil King ib farm, gavo ttie ntook nud IT RICH. Iloiis.Wm. Fleming, J. H. Rice aii Others on a Ten Day Inrestment at Snueie. MUS-OIE, Ind., April A. 'iokeriug, W. A. Sampson, J. J. Per-JQS Co., E. J. Wileon 4 Co., repre-enliuE three man nfacinrioe enterprises t Cincinnati, are in the city, looking after land. They purchased tho Kirbi arm, of the Harris and Kioe eyudieate i S3.600 per acre. This land adjoins ha railroad track, and will soon briatJo with factorv obiuinsjH. Hon. William lemiDf, of Fort Wayne, ex-treasurer f state, hm a largo inierest in this flyn-iuate, which will net tho owners over SJO.OOOouateu-days1 investment. Ex-uditor James H. Itice is a large 1 Labor Strites Increasing and Three BI? Loctouta Occur To-daj. CHICAGO, May About three thonfl-nd hod carriers went on a strike thU moraiug, fully ono half of the oonrraot-rs declining to Hecede to the demands CiscL-iSATi, May 2. Tery eitenaive ock-out has been Inaugurated in the 100 factories to-day. It has been tha natom for ueverai veara for the pro-rietors and emplojeeTio aeud delegBten o form a bonrd of arbitration for tha nrpoae of SIIUK the rate of wages for heyear. This morning eight assemblies ppoiuted delegates, but two assemblies, omposed of laateraand titters, tholstter omen aud girht, have refused to Bend eleeatea to the arbitration. Two thon-oppago will aoon cause other branches o Hiinpeut! and a serious interruption will follow. CISOHWATI, May Three hundred mployea of Post Jfc Go., manufacturers railroad supplies, at Ludlow, Ky., ent ont to-day because their demand or half a holiday on Saturday and a eekly payment waa refused. About  i flght would bo worth niorethan 10 entire ctiual system of the nlate. Tho cause of this Inwleaa iittempt to eatroy tbe Pnuldine comity reservoir the result of discontent on the pnrt ol ie people at tbo mninieimiica nf 11 prag-oallv section of tho canal. Tba Miami and Erie ciiEinl runs from 'nledo to Cinciumiti. At tlio town ol unction, Panlding county Ihe Wntiash ud Erie canal joius it. The latter irigiually extended through Indiana mt that state years ago abixndoned it, iid sinoa tflou the Ohio ecotou, from unction to the atateline, eighteen miles, an been practically useless, eicopt for afting timber to Defiance. .Tiist east of ntworp, Punldiug countT, is areaervoir in dispute, coverk-g of ground. It waa originally tho valley of a ana nil stream, and was dammed and diked o make a reservoir. The first casualty of the war was re-wrtod in tiio accidental killing of Fred lewves, of Company H. Ho was about mount guard at Cecil at 11 o'clock, and in picking up his gun clumsily it as disohargeu, tho ball tearing throng h ie left side of his neofc, severing tho ugular. Reeves was A uBwreoruilauda Popttlwone. ______ OBODJ, April Messrs. FlickinRer and Hahn, of the board of public works, and General Ailina met three nf tlie dy-amitora from Antwerp, who have ireod, for 3100 apiece, to (urn state's cidenoe and Riva tho uumea of the cure organization. They say thoy have been organized for ouths and have a regular disgnleo of calico and masks. The men can furnish enty of evidence to convict alL A large umber of arreata will probably be mado o-night. This will be the death blow to ppcaition to the reservoir. Fifty men arrived from Defiance and lommenoed the wort of repairing yea-erdaj afternoon. As two of the lower ocfcs wore blown up Monday night the atcr in tlmcimal will be drawn off until toy ojm ba repaired. Gen. Ailino eaya ie troops witt doubtless be kept on duty r some time. Tho present force will probably be re-ovod in about a weak and others sub-ituted. The following was leaned jes-erday morning: WARD. The above sum will be paid for the ar-est and conviction of each pwson found guilty of assisting in tba attempted demotion of thn leservoir ami looks in auldiDK comity on tlio night of April 5. STATS Bouu> otf PuBLioWoECB By 0. A. FMCEisasii, fo kerp Ihu other five children. Kuepper ttien left for his father's at Oab Harbor. lYelln of the Slate. Tho gsa field of ludiana, so far as it nil twenty wide Irora north to south, 'he Htroiigeet wella aeeui to be iu tlie .Ud Btretohwt from Eokomo on the west o Portland on the east, and thesontheru rum Noblesvillo to Wiu cheater. The greateet flow of gas is found at Noblee-ille and Anderson, with mag-iflccnt at the intervemug Vithiu the area mentioned there arHimw lirtv walls in operation, as followa: NoblearillB, two; Kukotuo, four; Otty, one; Portland, three; Win-hester, seven; Anderaon, Fwrmonut, lesandria, Bllwood, Eatoa Pendleton. oneaboro, one eanh, and Marion three. aoh of theee places are boring additional wells. In Darke county Ohio, or ita immedi-ta vicinity, rise three rivers which flow [rough Indiana: The Wabash, Whita las been found between the Wabash and White rivers. The four strongest ella are at Noblesville, Anderson, Falr-icnnt srd Joncaboro, and they stand in SB order named. Kokoma has the beet group of wella. Tha wells range in depth rom from 895 feet at Anderson, to eat at Winchester. At Anderson, Mnn-e, Winchester and Hartford City, Venton lock was reached above sea vel. At the other points it was not onnd until tba drill hail guile below the evol of the sea. Some of the wells give nt wafer an well as gas, while others are dry. Tho water, however, in each nstance, comes from a point above the attorn of the well. Tho gas from all IB Indiana wells has a very pungent rdor that is anything but pleasant, bnt ten the people can get meo. to almost anything in this Ohio Tillace w Laid loir in Ashes by a Hliluight TOLEDO, April 27 Last night the usiiieaa portion of ByJvani, ten miles orthweat of this city, was destroyed by Ire, which started in o drug store and urued both ways. The losses ore glO.-0, distributed among neveuteon per-.000. m NEW YOKK, April The Bolton jeing-, Printing and Bleaching com-ay's mill's Iu tbe village of Broiisd ale, eat Cheater comity, exploded nod rued this morning. S1IS1STFRIAL RECEPTION. JOT. Kullnn Tuki-n SuJJpnly 111 and Uuuble to Attt-ail. As was well kuowu by tho renders of BRSTISEL, lust Friday tha tiuio at for liie reception to be giveu by tiio uierulierri uf (lie tlireo Prfsbmriiiu tiurchesol thia city to 1W. and Mrs J. M. of ilib Setobd Chnrcl! ai tliu ome of Dr. on Wffit Berrv himself in tho graees of [he cieut'to fill thu doctor's spacious rwi-ich an enjojable affair, wag marred by ie fact lhat the reverend geutlemau aa taken ill and therefore ould be nuable to bo present. The aa-uiiblago nevertheless bad Ihe sntisfao-on of meeting tho intelligent and modal young bride, who appeared, escorted iy Kov. Kennedy, of tho Third church, aiing into consideration tho eliill (bat aa thrown on the people by tlte itluras t the minister, an enjoyable nnd social vening was passed. Refreshments ere served. Mrs. Fnlton wna the re-pient of some choice Moral ufiuriugH, mong others being o tine basket of owera from tlje child tea of the Second burch Sabbath school. Tho tiny HOTCU-aur-old dn igbter of Mr. and Mrs A Jones, preaentod them iu tha ueat lanRuage: We brlHj- tills bajkot of "posits" sweet, Why not 11 lltlo from tho fambklns BEtTTAL. hu Salter, B IVayne Toirushlp Teacher, Beats a LttUe Girl ShamefuUr. -i Wayne township school teacher neat the boot jack, ROB pulled 'ore Justice France Friday for rutally treating oas of hia pupils, a tighter of Phelix Ho com-auded the child to sit on the floor sad leu B rod, raising bloody rldgea on er anna and book, besides a gaah he on her face. The fellow fled when realized his crime, bnt Constable tobbina arrested him at the depot nstice France fined him 823. Baiter aid and left town. Trustee Hilbrecht has dismissed him rom the school service and he will never near the scene, of bis brutality if he .aras for safety. included in the shipping rate." Tucson, April Tho western bound prees was stopped and robbed at Pa-pago station, eighteen milea east of here ont last evening, of The imber of men engaged in the robbsry o estimated from five to of tlia department of tlm )hio Oraud Army the Kepublio ad-inrned at noon to meet n year heuoe at 'oledo. The ingtollation of officers is ie only business transacted this morn-g-NEW TORE, April 59. Emmanuel De-eitus. tho 17-year-old lad who fraoceea-nlly jumpeil from the Brooklyn brirTga eaterday, was arraigned in court and efauUof m Lomavn.i.B. Ky., April The body a young Hebrew stock trader was ouiid in Bolt river, two milea from Wait 'oiut, Ky., yesterday of ternoou. Float-j ueur the corpse was a drowned horae. WiBASH. Ind., April Patrick Ma-oy, a laborer, who oanio to tlta oily wo weeks ago to enter tho employ of the Djared by. the disoharRO of a bloating largo. Tho bloat hod failed to explode, and McCoy, instead of swabbing it ont, >egan drilling, despite the warning of Uiit-Trorkmeu. The shock waa terrific, d the breast, arms, and neck of the loor fellow were terribly mangled. Pimmnim, April On account of ie award of Umpire Jackson, of the ko arbitration board, the miners nt the teaaemer, Alice and Bising Sun mines ait work this morning. NEW YORE, April Juatico Smith tut) Tuoioba court this afternoon lis-eued to arguments of the counsel for Ko! 91, Knights strito'iu tho shoe factory of anan i Sons, and also ordering u strike icrcv- r O. B. Hart, a foreman, should nd emplovmimt Justice Smith to hold the accused for trial ou oth charges. They will furnish bail. MUNCIE. lad April A street oar mpany with 575.000 cap tal nrgamzed itnral eotapunv with oiip-al. Fred of Uhicago, and eorgo Chnse, of Sow York, purchased iB acres of land for S350 per acre yes-rdny. POKTLASD, Ind., April Portland ins sis gn-i ft-ettp, ouo dry well only. We ie others ore good wells. Two wollw e furnishing 500 dwellings and all buai-elLi nt work, not on eshibition. CossKrigviraB, Pa.. April A o return lo work ut i-Jikn works pending c action of the convention at Eversou, U afternoon. CHIOAOO, Ills., April 30. Monday boot 900 whito and 200 colored waiters various hotels aud of licago will strike for increase of th -Siwltw mingled by waiters aaaemOlj inightfl of Labor. NASHVILLE, Tenn.. April E. E. amuela of St. Louis, suicided hero by jumping from a bridge, lecanao be promised bis wife to stop inking liquor aud illd not. Me, April Raio haa ieen falling for thirty-six hours and the ater iu tbo Kenuebeo river has riion to greater height than known in eighteen ears. Two million logs at Somerset ill-i hove broken loose aud are floating aat to the sea. Many buildings along n bank afloat and the rivt-r is ill rising six inches an honr. NEW YORK, April The Postal cl cgraph company, in nniou with the taltimoro and Ohio and the United If transit messages lit the rate of ten ordsf or 81 to California. Thisiaaont one-third in tho old rates of the Weat-u Union company. A still bigger ont as mode in the rates for money orders, oing 50 per cent, leas titan the Wtatern NEwYonc, April Throe hundred bouaaud dollurs one by tiro hero last night. Tbo hntld-id Baiter a 1 roots, waa of brick and aix high. Tho interior was mostly wood and it was stored with much ia-amraaMo material which 1mm wl BO icn-dy that the nnmerons streams of on and tbe firemen devoted their at' ntion to preventing the fire from muling. It waa miilnight bi-foro tbn mttt wore eitingnuhnd. Tlio loss Id fdllown: n. SrhrenkbrisBii, on Iraild-K, StW.OOO; J. Strokholra A Co., npbol-iry, llerdlieim -t Schuuher, immiiifis, 3100.000; D. W. Odiomo, mlirollo aud billiard tabln oovurn, 5.000: occupants. PuiHTirm, W. Va., April The KMli.-K il ihri'oni'KroiSii, brotliem, named rd'-Xiggor thievoty btokwi ItftADiNn, IV Slay 2 Tim failure mnnny. wliiuh .ijipratid a largu rolling ill .it Itlaiid.n, in thtfl county, is nn-i HIJ'H .ifTiirH. ABSeta, gDS.UOtl; lUbih-H, SEBncES. he Magnincence of Confirmation Bay at the The Sermons and flEsic of the Occasion. The first oo tarn union services at the athedral yesterday were of an and joyous character. One hnn-ed and twonty-four children about tbe ol thb-tBen yeara were admitted to ie solemn rite. BE. Rev. Bishop >wenger pontificated, and Very HOT. The choir Bang Ton Webber's d it was certainly executed with rare act. Whilst Ton Webber's oompositioB B difficult of eiecutiou, yet It luu -DOS e aweat and pleading power of prayer and sacred song, whether of voice or gan, that the solemn rasas, fpc a! Gounod possesses. Nevei-tfaelesa it was exceedingly weU carried ut by all the voices. Tho I'ent Creator WES s beautiful i mpoaition snng by four voices without >rgan accompanimeat. A new voice, lasso, made his debut in this piece yea-erday. Some very delicate parts were executed with a retlned musical nicety. The offertory. Cherubim's Regina zeli, was of a rather sublime character. ie strong iihorua and full oroaa were ell handled. The Affmu Dei, one of the prettiest this Von Webber's mass, was euarm-gly Bimg. During tho oommunion servtcee, tho rgan recital of the "Nun's Prayer" wai ot only auite in keeping with the sol-mnity of the moment, bnt it impressed no as though a choir of angels havered bout the scene, and in their sweetest elodica of eerapbio joy, Bang out in nbdned, almost heavenly song, anuh vent chords aa only tho voioea from Iu the afternoon Rt, Eev. Bishop )wonger preached a strongly argamen-tive sermon on the "Divinely Estab-ished Chnroh of tho New Tefltament" fter tho sermon the bishop received rom tlio children the renewal of teir baptismal vows, after which ie administered thn sacrament of confirmation to tho 121 children and to >n tho choir song Flo tow's Vent mvte, which was not only appropriate the occasion, bnt rendered with onoh. iicellent (aafe and thoronghnn dais tand-ng of tho piece by both voice and organ to carry tho hearers to realms of a issfnl abode, bejond even tbe faireet horea of earth. All in al! it is truthfully said Out the, }athedral choir yesterday carried ont ot only ila best arranged program bnt arriod it ont with such excellent skill iat is greatly to their credit aa a body, aniied ohuroh choir. The services ended nith solemn bene-otion during which TautianJfrffo WM veu with tho same eclat and solemnity attended tho rendering of the other arts ol the services. GOOD CAUSE, ork oftheTormjjMeu's Christian Boclatlon, and What It Has Accomplished In Fort Wayne. At the annual mealing of the railroad partment Young Men's Olirifltian isolation, held at their rooms tha timl reek in February, reports wero mado tbe year, and we have made a eynop-of these, which will prove interesting o tho many friends of that institution; nnem Attendance at rooms, 8G.024 Attendance at cottage and gceoel eotings, 3.4ST. Attendance at social entertainments, 925. Number baths taVen by members, Boots drawn from, circulating library, 411. Letters written in rconm, stationery reo, S.270. Irjoit-, nowgpapora and periodicalfl latributed, Colls on sick mid injured men, SOS. Men recommeudedtn bow-dint unus Emplnvruant secured for men, 20. tbo you iburbemeuta. n hand April 1st, 1836, S 317.33 ipropriatioiiB (torn 1, 637.iil) embershio duea, 9SS.23 'mate subscriptions, 534.10 'roceeds from entertainment, etc 245 01 Total U9 alaricfl nt, 17500 nanrauoe, 20 00 ght, gas and electric, 42G5 liter rent, 50.UI) oks for library 42.88 eriodicals 81.35 'aid to lutarnnti on al Committee 50 larpets and liuoleum, SFJ.7U ruitnra and repairs, 144. 36 ationory and punting, 35.53 ppliea for bath rooms, 24 71 few tuba bwelB, 9.35 oap, blacking, etc., for bath rooms, 33.G7 'aabing towels and cloths for bath rooms, Jo each 81.25 'ronsferred to building fund, 545.00 Ucellaneous 50.55 talanoe on hand Total S3, 723.09 "ransforrodfrom general fund S 515 00 tenU 135 90 ivatc donations AUnira. Wismsotos, April- President Iceland haa written a letter to Seoro-ary Iiamar about the case of Guilford. liller vs. the Northern Pacific railroad iropaoT, concerning a disputed land aim, in which he says: "I suggest tat yon areroise the power and authority on have in the premises, nponeqaiiuble oonsideralions, with eveiy preeumption and intendiuent in favor of the settler." The investigation into tho COD duct of e office of Collector Seebnrger, of Obi-go, failed to substantiate the charge at he bad violated the civil service aw. The total receipts of tho government far thin inuutli the tal expenditures, 6 12 ,253, being a etgain for the month ol Jarson B. Brown Is here, on his way lomo from Norfork and Richmond, hither he went on business. Ho haa a homaoope on congress, nnd his riends here say bo will be HORSES. -mmett Powers 'Arrlrea Homo Wifli a Fine Lot cation of tho fact that Mr. Emrnatt 'owere, of the 'bus barn, had left forNew ork to eat! for Fiance with tbe idea in uw, of making a purchase of some ;ooded horses. After aii uneventful ea voyage, Mr. Powers arrived safely tbo ter iiimw of his trip, (France) hero to see and buy hia Tho fault of his observations waa lhat he irohaaed a string of seven stallions, ull whom are registered in the Percheron nd book of France. He shipped from Havre, with his stock, on April 3d, and arrived at London on the iitti, Enim rnerica, whore 1m anu ull hia stock ar-ved 011 Saturday, April '23. Ou Mousy bo hud them losilBil on board tbe ira and thia moruiug at lie pulled to thn south depot with Ilia Tsilu.ible argo nil o. fc, nls." fe'ml at.lo, Frank Ooagrovs's livorv table, wlii-ro they were vicwt.il by many ierinis to day. Mr. Foivrra reprcaeitteil n aytitliraiu mip.iaeil of Hcury U. T. E. Blli-iirket. or at last a portion of tlioiu. He ions liavi ig u gojtl timo and eojDjevl uisdf vury uiuct. Ho looks well. A. J. TAYLOU. lie Fort IVajnc I'rcsbjlory Exclude Him from tho Church. Mr. A. J. Sheldon. is kiwwu iblia aales purlook of tbo nature of fitli taem property complications and her not altogether satMao. ory to the iloiicoua of tho 1'rMbjteriau "orl Wujnu Proatijteryforhiscipnlaion rout the faith and the late, meotmg ut .agrango reEerrod tho mutter to a snb-et, heard the confliotiug stories, anil it as two o'clock (it night when a recess as called. Yesterday tlie olerijal oom-iasloii concluded deliberations and ei-clle.1 Mr. Taylor from tho ohnrcli. Contrary to uipectationa ho appeal ed to B National JODGE COOLEY Says Ihe Sisters of Charily are Entitled to the Some llailroaa Privileges as Mlnbten. Lours, April28. Chairman Cool ey has written a letter to tbe aistora of SL Joeepli, St. Louis, answering their request that the railroad companies be authorized to give free transportation as formerly, which be says the companies mast determine themselves, what shell be their policy in granting favors to per-eons engaged in religions work. The statute, in plain terms, allows giving reduced rstea to ministers of religion and if they are given, on the Hams general find Impartial role, no question of its legality could ame and no railroad company oonld have occasion to fear Mary Hoar and Maud MoDon-0 Henla and Torch Lake railroad by a upliiig link breaking. Miss Hoar had x Lead cut from her body, and Miss .at both lega will Both victims lived at Lake Linen. MILWAOKEE, April At 10 minutes ast 12 o'clock yeatcrday, after deliber-iog little over au hour, tbo jurv in 10 Bajview riot caaes brought iu a" ver-ict of guilty against Joseph Skrcsjp-ynaki, John Dolou, Stephen llonegu d Jnhu Odai for piirticipatius iu the ota last Slay. Kenteuco was uot pru-nt of respect to tlm memory of Ales, itchell. SrmvQFieijp. O., April Tho city ilora iu honor of the twenty-first mt-nul eucampnient of tho G. li., de mentof the Obb, which couveneil u n large number and tlm ;y ia already crowd tt I with visitors, he idii-aliouM are thut this will be tho oat successful encampment ever held v tlm department. Fivo hundred del-a increased to 700 by evening. All of io C37 posts in tha state ara In bu rep-eaented. ComwATEB, Mich., April boat glit'Tliomfls Johnson, of Knoiviile, eau.. bnt formerly of this oily, fatally onciled George W. Gardner, aud .ghtly wounded Mrs. Gardner, his lor-er wife. He then kil ed himself, oh naon had been separated from ILIT veral years and Gardner had been named to her about two Mrs. iildren.mi.1 tlin result wiia the tragedy. HAMIOSSVILLE. Pa., April 20. -James ved'from borne the other day and lib otise robbed of OLEVELAND. April 27. Thi3 morning 'red 8 loll waa charged with tbe murder Maggie McCarthy. Detectives claim o have strong circumstantial evidence MissB.mir.is, April Sam Jones nd Sam tho revivalists, aro daily nd nightly addressing great anilioncefl all being inadequate to accommodate was iglit to protest against tlio coercion bill ow ponding in tbd British parliament, ayor Babcock presided and ministera all denominations made speechte. DETROIT, April 27. funeral of o lato David I'reston was held this af-ernoou st tbo Central M.- E. church, r. Htndley. hU pastor, Dr. Bay less, e.1-oroftho Western Christian Atlvo-atf, and his former pastor, Proftusor :wk, of Albion '.niego. and otbora. HAS FnAsroiur. April George if. hompson, grain dualor, faiU-d. SIOO.IHW. N. V., April Tbn KB nut a Ijourncd !OIH morning, in honor ol the rtlnlny nf Oeii. Or'iiL PrrrsnDita, April A liiinqnrt is to raeral Grnnfa sixty- fifth birtlulay. PiTTSiiniin, April Great cicitt--ent iirnvniletl at tlm nil t-icbiiiiRii fur lorlH from ILinwImrg, lluit liil-iiRtt'y bill now in'ndiiiK, wonM bo imo mid IMH) Ihirri'ls of nil bBlwwn U nud 1 cloi-k. The market op-'iirtl atfillc; vfttici-tl tofSiomid 1 o'clock loMln. ai-iLisin-iKi.o, O., April At HUM ..ruiug'H hi-miim of .It-i-nrlmpnl ,-n-utifw nt Ih.H'Wtinti of roHiltiiii; fulloiw: n. MIMIAITKF.R. Aj.ril Thu of k'luiulor WHH in privuto i IIIH [Htnily. Ttio fnlliiwinir ivo IH-OII viiblin: .ir-hou ouyluui, Cat hoi ia district iu tho event a democrat elected next year. WASHESGTON, April The Union 'aoiflo railroad has filed a petitiou ask-ng for a suspension of section 106, of IB Inter-stale ('ommeica tro Meu Quarrel hi a Town on t la-Fort ITaync Road ami One SIiools Ills Adversftrj's HeaJ Oft Pirrannno, Pu. April Intelligence ugedv this morning at Itoiebaro, i> atiou la miles weat of this city, ou tbo brt Wuyue road. A MoUrea uuil ohn Oibba ;over u dispnrag-g rernurk made by the latter itbout u ouug lady. Dot words ouauad, wheu ibba, ivtioia a cripple, raited hlaoauc iid atrnck McOrai a iiooortul blow over e htad. MoCrea bad been huutiujr id carried a ebjt gun. When he wns ruck ho staggered and fell, but anil quickly raising bia gun fined leooutenta into Gibbs' fsce, bloHinn IT a portion of his jaw and head. Both cnaiainacriticdloouditmu. McCren's ull is aoid to be fractured and Oibba a noL eiponlo.1 to survivsl miiuy ours. Tha affray has created great icitement as tbe parties are well llemucnUs. LiFiiETTE, April 23 i'ne democratic der. Bjr toasnrer. ,1. Wiittiu for oli'rk. Pottr 11. Ounut-lly for marshal. Ki Wliitiltet-y for BLOODY DEED I A Saloon Kan atid Hla POSSP Waylay and Brntallj Harder a Pro. MbManltL CINCINNATI. April A special from Portemonth, Ohio, sajs that Dr. W. P. Northrop, a prominent physician at H avert ill, in tbe eastern portion of by Thomas McCoy, a saloon keeper, and him brother Alfred, the postmaster at Havcrhill, aided by two sons of Alfrod McCoy. Dr. Nortlirop had incurred the displeasure of the McCoys by being active in favor of local option. They waylaid him yesterday when coming to his office and began Bring on him with pistols and shot guna. He war unarmed, bnt drew a pocket knife and badly wounded Alfred McOoj More ha waa fatally shot, Tho doctor waa about thirty -five years old and unmarried. The McCoys have been arrested mid there is a feeling in favor of lynch Will Hare Passes. HAKTEOEIJ, Coun., April 30. The IOHHO has rrj toted by an almost nu unions vote the bill prohibiting tbe iseae railroad passes to members of the jiaiatnro and other persons than ruil-ad employes. The senate will proba-y oonoor. The Pennsylvania aenaio defeateil a ill to enable the Yandernilta to eell a portion of tlio South road to Ihu Ponu-Ivania company, and thna prevent the wtmotion of a lino from Harriabarg IHttsburg. The Now York assembly passed the passenger coaches by steam. Fire at Louisville, Restrojs an Immeiue flVebome and Elerator. LouiBviiiLV, May 3. A very disaa-utut fire broke oatabont 9 this morning the immense warehouse of Brown, obnson A Co., Fourteenth and Maple recta. By the time the engines ar-ved the warehouse was beyond saving. tie flames mounted high in the air and the whole city. The building con-ined an immense amonnt of bay. alf an hour after the warehouse had evator of Strator Brothers, at Fourteenth and Bruadwny, canght Ore from thick flying sparks hich tho wind carried for a half ile to tho north. The Btrator elevator was within half a block of the burning and oonld not possibly lie ave4. No leas than forty freight can, mostly loaded, wero lying on tracks in ie vicinity of the burning building, and 1 but fnnrteen were saved. The oars belonged to the Louisville and Nautili e railroad and fourteen wore totally eatroyed with their eontenls. Loes, bont Tlie loss on tliewuo louse and grain elevator will be about Several other buildings DAT. ID Culg.uc Order fur Observance hj Cominamlcr- ill-Chief FaircliilJ. Siou S Bi33 and Anthonv Wayno osts, O. A. It., of this uily. 'imve re-ived tho following order outlining t'ie laerfanco of Decorntion day. May 30: NATIONAT. HBHJOOAirtaia. MAWSOS, wis., April 15, '87. [Goneml Ordoa No. 11.] Nineteen years ago the then com-ander lu-ohiol of tbe Grand Army of ie Republic, in general orders, act tart the 30th day of May and enggeet-o' MfctTflddiera'oI the This being tho first memorial day oo-u-ohlef asks that tho eloquent and ap-iropriate words of general order No. 11, BS, uttered by that illustrious soldier .nil lieloved comrade, John A. Logon, again taten OB inspiration and guides for tbe 30th day of May 1887. GRANT ABUT 1 '68. Orders No. 11.] 1. The 30th day of May, 1SCS, is daa-nnted for tlio pnrposo of strewing with owera or otlifirwwn ileooratiug Uiu iraveaof comrades who died in tho dense of their country during the lato belliou, nnd wlioso bodies now lie in mast every city, village and baralot lUrcbyarJ in tbe land. Inthisobaorv-it posts and comrades will, in their own IT, arrange such fittitg servioea and efitimontnU of respect aa cir on distances ay permit. tell un, for the piirpwe; oong otltiii1 thiiigH, "uf preserving and lengthening thtvto bind and fwtcrnal eoliugs which bound together tho tbo late rebellion." What eau ,1 morn totesnro tliisrwul! than cber-'liiig ti'ndurly tho memory ol onrhorolo ejid, wliiimadu their biniatx Hbarricade 'heir siilitii'r livra WLTO tbo reveille of ifir death tbo tatoo o[ the rfLdlione ranny in arms. Wo slionlil guaril icir with nawM viRilanea All at tho rtrtiM f rated weallh and taste of .1 nntioti can to llicir mlornmcnt id weiirity is but tilling trtliuto to owe.1 ffnmml. iilfaesiit pnttm iuviln r nviirion c.r ui'tflrflt, no nivuRM of time tu tho jiri'BPiit (irl.i tbn ooniing uf n fmtKinl nmlividiil imblin. It oili.if pyos grow ilull and other niuln flliok, and othor notd In the light iiiir) wnruilbof lifn Lot Him, at the limn iipj.ointed, allier around tbolt waored MEXICAN BONANZA. Party of Prospectors Find (ho Ualil Field! of the Jesuit Fathers. ST Locis. April 27. apecial from tbe City of Miaico, trinmph-ntly annonnoca the discovery of two of ie aoven lost Mexican bonaoma, by an merican party of prospectors. They rero worked up to tho middle o( the ast century. Tho Indiana thnn Hirent ver Northern Mexico and all the min-irde lost. Recently Lieutenant Kipper, formerly of the United States anuv, W. K. Glean, of Illinois; Capt. Ailon, and J. MoInLyre, of Chicago, wont out i a anrreying expedition in tho the Sanora land company and in an d chapel, found maps and other data, earch was begnu and the great placer leld haa been located where tho Jesuit a there of 200 years ago found lortutita r tho nappy Event-Married Tuesday, April 26. 1887, at ie suburban residence of Mr. and Imannel Rauch, of Wayne township, r. B. P. Frisinger to Miss Oaio M. ancb. The ceremony was performed yBov. Jacob Miller, of the Evangel-cal association, of Fort Wayne. The iride was handsomely dreased and the IB a bonntiful dinner as served. Tha lisppy couple dopartad on rand Rapids aud Indiana road for 'ren, Ohio, their future home. The following is a list of the pretenta: Tho bride's parents, large ind ail; Rev. Jacob Miller and wife, oertin-akj; Ora Kaueh, aauoe dUh; ouch, bread plate; Clara add Benny an oh handsome match holder; Mr. liver Lawrence, seven dozen Cnthbert nud Gregg raspberry planto; Mrs. Oliver .awrcnoa, large berry dish; little George The IVabash Bound HOQM Bnrncd. DBS MOKES, Iowa, April Fire in some mysterious manner started in the Wabaah rootd-honse about 8 o'clock last night, and by tbe time the switch engines outside had whistled vehemently for half mhonr to alarm the fira department, the strnctnre waa blazing fiercely One of the awitcu engineers cut off from his cars, ran En, and tried to oonplo to a dead locomotive, bnt had to back ont, BO fierca was the heat. The firemen were quickly at hand, bnt ootdd ouljr be useful in protecting near-by property. There were thirteen engines in the building, one a Wabaah standard Rnage, the others belonging to the Fonda and Boons road. If the en-ginee are all rnincd, which some fear, the loaa will approximate bnt after the flrn which burned the company's were overhauled with a large salvage, which may result in this CMC Knlffhls of It A. 2.069, of Richmond, gave a bell pril 19. L. A. of New Albany, ia full ol Guiding Star assembly (ladies) of 'erre Haute gave a masquerade ball pril 13. Knights are warned to look out for Willinm Dnnwodio who has swinillttd verol persons in Tine Haute and pro-mMtolmiiKtilKlit. Olive briviicti a.aembly 7051, of Lafay-tc, has pssanl resolutions eitondingita Tho puddling dopart-eut of thn nnil worka haaHlmt for New Tim Ohio Falls mill is running full doublo turn, niul Inst Tnea-ay tlio Now Albany rail mill atwtod ght boiling 'JO 'iret pnym't on properly. 00 itoreat 185 25 pairs... 1 alonoe 130 NHSI1TOFF1BKS. hree Horses Roasted In a other Ooiiflagratlon-i. Satunlay morning at 4 o'clock a fire roke outin the stable owned liy J. 31. McKay, at 137 West Main street. Two 'esas .wnlea bnmol to death in 10 strnctnre and a horse waa BO badly scorched he bad to ba nhoL Tho animals belonged to the Ynukoo Grocery, bu back part of Mr. McKay 'H house canght fite and was damaged, as WHS so a building on tbe of Mrs. nllard. Thoatablus WMO set on fire id the loss will foot np Sl.BOO. There as an insurance of S500 on the hoiaen nd 8100 on tho barn n! Mr. McKay, iu rtl'" Friday night at 11 o'clock, ft barn bo-ongiagto-Mr. W.-ara. on Wella street, as discovered on It tras fit in with a few buckets of water, hv Tlio flro on O.iy street Friday ww i a lionao ownnl l.y Mr. J. O. Itiuut. About 12 o'clock Friday night an aliirm f tiro Inrucxl in from the corner of dualling Ion and Hut in or tttrnct, 10 ilqmrlnient lo it lilnr.c in n nd mime Rluili on thn nmr pitrt ot wlmt known Ilio oliirkou-janl on Vajno thn propwiy of NH.nn .111! Hunt Wavuu Hlrt-'t. he flro lutldira iicoraptlj reepoiiJcd 90 Tlio now year opened with all tho afro of tho association in good, healthy ndition, and It is hoped will be even ore prosperous than the year just CHIL SERrtVlCE REFORM. The Chicago Association Fail to Their Charges. WiSHisaroN, April 2S.-I1 u atated on authority that tho evidence submitted atthereoent civil servioa inventigation at Chicago foiled to substantiate the charges preferred bj the Chicago Civil Serrioa aaaodatiou against Ootector Sco-berger, of the Chfeago custom house, wherdn it was alleged that the collector some months ainco violated thu oivil aarvioe law, by permuptorily demiuiiling tho Tcaignation of a clerk named Web-it ec, for tbe sole reason that his place was wanted for a democrat Ai to the inquiry in the manner in which the oivil serrioe law, rales end regulation! are enforced in the Chicago jKMtofficB and the Chicago miHUmui district, it Is stated that the the officers eiamined show n Balfifactorj oompllanoa with the law aid the of tlte oommUsinn. II expMted that a formal report in the ffelaler-Seebergor matter will be made within thn next few Her. BUhop DwoDger't Appointments. In tbo Cleveland Catholic Phftww, Jbauecllor J. P. Lang announow that tt. Rev. Bishop Dwenger haa made tha oil owing appointments for cauflnni-on in tho Fort Wayne diocese: MRV 1. Fort Wayne, confirmation, thcdral. Mayg, South Bend, blessing and ayiug corner atone of tbe new St. Pat-ok's ohnreh. May IS. Crawfonlflviile, 19. St. Tineeufa, Allen oonnty. May 22. Ooflbca anil Ligonier. May 29. I'entecoot, cathedral. May Aroola. Juno 5. Oxford, confirmation, morn-Juno Fowler, confirmation and ttttirjfc graveyard, 3 p. m. Jiinn fi. Holy Trinity, Bentoo oonn-y, morning. Earl Park, afternoon, Juuoli. 8L Viuoeat'B, 1. and HL Bridget'fl ohnrohea. Juun in. Fnlton Bud Harrison. Jonol'J. Valparainr.. LETTER LIST, ndtheXames oftha Prople Who arc Unknown to the PoiUl Sertlce. Postmaster Eaongh Bends Tux SEN-ISM, this list of advertised letters ru-ainmg uncalled for in the Fort Wavne office, April 30, 1887: People's Advocate, Wm. Allen, Silas Maggie Brown, A. O. Ifoswdl, Will Oharlton, II. IL Crosbey, John P lark. John Ellelt, W. W. Finch, Chrial ump, Gntldia, M. E. Rutnhiii-on, H. H. Hill, Mieaee E. B. and N. P. Bilgcman, Oyrnu Kline, W. N. Laccafl-er, Hire. J. D. Lipac. Leader Advocuin, hristina Alceller, Virginia Mereilith amrxW. Mlllnr, J. W. Millet, niixn ngnsla Meyer, Herman Nc Her field, 11. ettcraon, lira. Ella Porlur, Mrs, Mum el Reynolds. L. A. Unas. Henry Until-one, MUs Sophia Itolin, Frank Sow-rs, An.ij fitontior, MallieHpnin, Isakli Smilh, Mlw Mollie Mrs. obu Bwnlnm Trunk HommerH .furoli rfiopp, Mrs. 0, E. Hallalhwallo. irngB, D. C. of the ITert. John Algeir, aged G5 yoara, gall stone. James E. Rnm, 15 yearn, iu flam mat ion this Btomacli. Oottleib, Soemdr, R3 years, consuuip-Alary K. Merz, C mouths, cholera in. Nellie Matheny, 35 years, Alifw Lynob, 75 yearn, paraljais. Wnlbnrgiv Christen, 75 jejirs, 29 veats, lulliimmatbu of Mrs. Joseph YoKst, child liirlh fuvcr. Carolina Di-tia. C-0 jcarn, heart 2 yuars, Temjilsr Oniccrs. Tlio grand commnndery mljoiiriii-d nt oon ycfltcttlftv alter ol.-ctinj; tho Wlow-ig officen, wtio vi-tt. inslslled by W. ,n lino Tho BIOS, of Kentucky, grand gnucrul of tbu grand Ormid (leorco W, F Kiik, ahrf .VTillo. Deputy Ornnd Comm ami lion bun hiinipolm. Oeucral-H. H. Unrawtnr iifuytKt.4. rtwiior Wiirileii-Trvin If. Webber, Jiitiicr Wurditii-.Tnurtili A. Manning, finliiKiktl Olty. Onnd M. Urnrawell, (Iraud W. Hmitli, Caplftin oftho Onat.l -W. M. Ulnci, U.ual. PinunFMNiiA, Mny Tbo company mi it, paynblo ill Uko V''ssM Crciv Fatal Explosion. PiTTBtmo, May Tlie main iteua ipo on tbo tow boat J. fl. Fisher, a few minntes before o'olook lin morning with tiinillo force, instantly :illlug Firumau Pxl Durban, and fatally Honses Itlowo Ihiwn. Cmnicno, April 20.-A toniffio wind storm yofllorday aftetnoon demolished four new franio collagen In the suburban town of Lake, Bud under tho debris lllliinnalro NKW VOBK, a.-Tlu. notion lor Wuiimim', Iliilh' DK.ro tnw again beuu BUvereely to I'nrkiT ailmite that IP nolHwiu-r Ijimio ww it to the .Itniu of alter colliiliiig ill, ILW and HftjH he b.-lUmw mumliurof tbeerew porisho.1 at (lie nuntinoton gafl well track a flow ol sail water I   

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