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   Lawrence Daily Herald Tribune (Newspaper) - July 25, 1885, Lawrence, Kansas                                Historical Sucietv KstatiHshncl i Establlshrd f HeraldTriljiiiie July JULY NUMBER CMTKAL Tho Remains of General Grant to be Finally Interred at Central The Remains to Lie in Stale at Al bany and New Pro A Committee Appointed to Raise a Na tional Trust COAST SURVEY I TILE UKIMSTONE July Chief Clerk in Mayor Graces was seen by Colonel Grant tliis morning about the The Colonel said the family would prefer iork as a burial if they could be sure that might be buried with the as he had Turner telegraphed Grace and shortly after noon received a re ply that such a promise would be The matter will doubtless be arranged to The cottage is comparatively free The Grand Army pace the on all but tliore is no attempt to An oak leaf wreath made by the children of Colonel Grant and Douglas has beun placed on the Generals It lias been de cided to take the body to Albany in about ten It will be in state at the capital itjs way to New PAlilv July Turner has had iji conference with the family of the deceased and Colonel Grant as sured Mayors representative that he and thefamily had tormallv accepted the tender of a burial place for General Grant and in Central in the of New and that he and the family would uow proceed with all the funeral ar rangements with reference to the above The Mayors messenger then telegraphed to Mayor Grace the result oif his The remains will lie quietK at ihe cottage In the room where the Gen era until one week from Tuesday when the funeral cortege will be placejl on a special train and conveyed directly and without demonstra tion to reaching there in the The remains will be borne to the capitol they will lie in state until Wednesday Then the dead General will be conveyed by a funeral train to New arriving there Wednesday The body will be then conveyed to the City where it will remain in state until when it will be borne to its last resting place in Central This programme is the one now Askell has arranged the follow ing time table for the removal of the re mains from Mount McGregor one week from next August 4 Leave Mount MeGreeor at one August 4 arrive at Saratoga at two leave toga at arrive in Albany at 4 leave Albany at twelve oclock noon August arrive 1 in New M July mes sages of condolence were received by the family yesterday anil among them these Oriuit the ueen requests 7ne tn convey to yourself iind liiinily her sincere condolence on the ileiilh of Ceiiirul Sijrned tiy Hie Hritisli Cram July our deepest sym pathy In llhit loss iif ynur distinguished lins We iilwuys look hack with licatlon at liavinir Inul the advantare ot knowing liim Signed livlhi Prince uiul 1rineess of Irani July am triviitlv trrievpil to fret the sail news ot Iray accept my moM sincere TllKSTKI To Sartoris W July our sincere The Governors of Rhode Massa chusetts and New the Mayors of Philadelphia and and the of Billingsniont sent messages of sym pathy during the THE TUKST KUNP 1X NEW July Trilntnc pub lishes a statement of the present status of the trust fund raised by the of New York for General Grant several years After telling how at the suggestion of the lute Governor Morgan of the fund was invested lu Wabash first mortgage four per which were then considered as good as Government Morgan guaranteeing them and un dertaking to niako both principal and in terest good out of his own private fortune case the interest should be defaulted for six the Tritunic says what six I months aco seemed an almost impossible will probably become a fact within a few On August 1 the in terest on the bonds in question will be six months in and it is probable that Governor Morgans executors will in ac cordance with his pay over to the of the fund principal and A NEW July Mayor today appointed a committee of one hundred citi zens to raise New York Citys share of the expense for the erection of a national mon ument to General Among the mem bers of the committee are Samuel Chester Alonzo Wil liam Oswald George Thomas Edward Smith Roscoe Noah Cornelius Eugene Whiteaw John Parke George Fordycc Cornelius Jesse Jo seph David David Hamilton Pierre Og dcn Geclet and Joseph Buckleus Arnica The best Sal vein the world for salt fever chapped and all skin and pos itively cures or uo pay It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac or money Price 25 cents For sale by of ChUtf Ofllriuls and 1111 In quiry July on the recommendation of Judge First Auditor of the Secretary Man ning has suspended Superin tendent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Assistant Superintendent Disbursing Agent Saa Chief nnd Seaw Electrotypist of that pond ing an investigation into certain irregu I larities said to exist in the accounts J of that branch of the The Secretary has appointed a commission consisting of Chief Clerk of Internal lievenue Garri Deputy First and of the Secretarys to in quire into the alleged The commission went to the ollice of the Coast Survey today and immediately beiran its Ja j bors chairman of the J temporarily assumed charge of the Ice Ice Ice Ordor your ico from Eulomiller Co Wont July news of the proclamation of tlie declaring the Indian Territory graxing leases null and and ordering all cattlemen out of the creates greatest excitement among the This city lias over twentylive million dollars of Louis cap ital invested in is calculated that this action will result in great Secre tary of the National Cattle Grow ers declares it is impos sible to remove the vast herds from the Territory within the time All cattlemen declare that the conclusion has been reached in the interests of the boom ers and railroad who wish to drive them out that they may get FiKh lloais tlio July the shoe shop at theprison yesterday exPresident of the Marine Hank and iiartner in the late linn of heard the tolling of the prison and stood where he could see the Hag raised to half mast over the lie looked inijuiringly at the keener near who vol unteered to remark Grant is Fish stood motionless for a his hands by his side and in He then raised one hand and his head sank upon In this position he stood two seemingly in silent prayer nnd then went to He uttered not a sin gle though he was privileged to speak if he lrcncli Chinese Ambas sador to France has Governor of Cochin is coming to The Temps thinks lie will not return to Cochin the is The Prince Bismarck suggested Ifhat Pass be made tuns solving the difli eulty between England and Russia in re gard to its July brutal murder was committed late Wednesday abouttwenty miles south of John went in search of a phy sician to attend his sick and be had gone a short distance when he was fired upon by masked When found his body was riddled with buckshot and part of his head had been shot The mur derers did disturb bis money and val Miitie July Agent of whose pension checks are drawn payable at the Louis subtreasury lately overdrew to the extent of because of the delay in receiving money from to cover his July The was made good by an unexpected balance which he held from the last fiscal July Several persons have been arrested here and lined for selling papers giving objectionable extracts from the revelations of crimo in London made by the Iill Other ar rested for selling reprints of the Pull Mdll containing the have discharged from Wife July a Bohemian living sixteen miles from shot and killed his wife early yesterday lie then to the field and worked until when he probably through shot himself through the head dying The couple had been married but two A Cantonment at July Gazette learns from reliable autluirity that the Ameer has sanctioned the British cantonment of troops at The guns which India presented to the Ameer have not been taken beyond owing to the difficulty of Fatally July Edward aged employed in Lowery Goebeis carpet 107 Elm lost his balance and fell from the second story window to the a distance of twentyfive He was fatally Assets July firm of Babcock with forty branch offices throughout the State and headquarters suspended this The liabilities are but can not be as certained until open trades are As Horrible Case of Child Murder at of A Desperado Shoots a Lynching Thwarted in Ten Emmett King Again Ne braska Wife Murderer Executed at July Wednes day the body of a sixyearold boy was found tied up in a sack at the bottom of the res ervoir Coroner Ilobinson worked on the case until he secured a clue this morning that threw suspicion on Fnnnie Grif fin and her who were known to have had a boy in their charge several weeks while recently the child has not been noiced about the Grillin is a intelligent out when put on the witness stand and subjected to a rigid she al most convicted herself and gave way to a ilood of She acknowledged having had a boy in her care by the name of David whom she took from a poor wash woman in but whom she hud given to a farmer about four weeks be cause her husband was too poor to raise When Grillin was put on the stand his evi dence corresponded with that of his The terribly decomposed body of the child was exhumed and identified by several wit nesses as that of David Ikillmger to whom had been transmitted a terrible and loath some disease and who is believed to have been killed on this After hearing the evidence the jury was not more than five minutes in rendering a charg ing and Grtinn with the mtirderof the aillicted When the decision was made known to Grillin and siie was ar rested on the charge of murder she fainted away and it was several minutes before consciousness was Both husband and wife were taken before Squire Clark son and sent to Theve is a bitter feel ing against them as the proof of their guilt is SUOT FROM T11K July evening about eight oclock Peter a fanner living near this was shot from the woods with a 11 is wife hearing the report of the gnu at once started in that direction and found her husband in t dying lie was shot in the neck and but lived long enough af ter his wifes arrival to tell her that Mark with whom he had a dilliculty some time had waylaid him and shot him with a Uider lives in the Miami and is the worst character in cen tral lie has killed four men in his Ills cabin is full of loop by which means only a few years ago ho kept lit bay forty men who hud gone to arrest He is still at but the officers are well armed and in sixty men rode quietly into abotii twelve oclock lat went to the jail and demanded of Sheriff Baits William the negro boy placed in jail Weilnesday under the of at tempted rape upon a young white girl in the upper portion of the liatts had expected the visit and had removed the prisoner to Nashville for safe After an examination of to satisfy themselves that the man they wanted was the mob remounted and rode oif in the direction they came without awaken ing anyone except the jailer and his ADDITIONAL who has been out ou was arrested today on five additional two of grand larceny and three of sworn out by Mentor president of the Sedaliii Savings llks bond was fixed at for each lie preferred iroing to jail to giving and was lodged in the county jail to await a preliminary examination on Mon Bridges and Baruett are Kings WIKK July the wife was executed by the Sherilf of 1olk County eleven oclock yesterday in the presence of The murderer on the scaffold de nied his It had been the intention ol the authorities to have the execution pri and for this purpose a hiirh fence had been put up around the place of Early yesterday a mob ot anxious to see the com pletely demolished the and the exe cution took place in the midst of an enor mous and unruly TIlllMVTWi FuiiT July In dian Territory NelMju and Harrison brouirht in today Iiy a Iliiled States iJeputy Mar Maroney killed Deputy Marshal Lay man last in the Clpekasaw Nation near while at an Indian Cleveland killed an unknown man a short time ago in Choctaw This increases the number of murderers iji jail here to What Will the Young Men Do Sow July Mayor Carter llar who has recently succeeded in closing the gambling has created consterna tion in sporting circles by declaring that he will close the pool He says they bring up young and must be Buffalo Factory July Buffalo Car Manufacturing Company shuts down today for an indefinite This throws four hundred and sixty men out of The prostration in railway affairs is the Ice Icel Ice Order your f rota Eidouiiller Co A July pastor ot the Southern Methodist who had a iiglit with one of his members several weeks last evening had a dispute with a clothier named Fox over a coat he had the trouble he intimated that Fox was rascal to cheat Fox retorted that was rascal enough to try to beat him or deceive Brown told Fox to which he said he would when Fox re whereupon Brown struck him vio Fox swore out a warrant for his arrest ALABAMA Invxiit Status in the De sires to he July the Court of the Commissioner of Alabama Claims to the Counsel for the Lnited gave the following resume of the business of the Court organ ized July 1SS2 Xtimber of cases filed of the first and of the second total amount claimed about cases disposed of in SS2 in and in is So up to ami in cluding the session of inatiua a total of in three and leaving twentyseven lirst class and second class cases still Up to and including July the court had disposed of cases class claiming allowing sums amount ing to while in cases of the sec ond class tried within the same time there were claimed and awarded The cases of the first class re maining to be tried would not increase the amount awarded in that class to more than makinir a total in terest of leaving a balance of between ami to be divided pro nua between the sec ond class The cases dis posed of involves separate judg ami in some cases recently consid and in others awaitimr an even hundred claimants were embodied in one Crissvel then asked to bo re lieved from the tiuty of presenting ease and requested the on reassembling after its summer to direct a list to be made of all cases untried in the order of their docket numbers and proceed to a peremptory trial and final disposal of these cases in their numerical Presiding Judge llaiian said the court would take ihc suggestions of the Government counsel un der Kahnweiler The Reason Why Wo Maul more room our pivsoni premises aiv no larixc inouili p for our mnvasiiiir We liave Inkeii lie next door and will sliorlly lieinto tear down lie walls couneciiiiir the two stores helore doiiiir we shall inauniirate a Season Why Sale ON July THE DENISON and Tho Ioisoning Case with its Arson July Simmons llevore poisoning case passed through sev eral sensational changes Manjaivt Simmons admitted that Kevere had forced her to be unfaithful to her i but after a second or third time j he did not have to use They agreed j March 25 to burn the house she which would also burn the one which belonged to to get the inj siirauce money and then elope the house they occupied was burned March but ihe changing of the wind saved the oilier The money was not left at home as Simmons and his wife beinir on bad At the time she toid Kevere that her husbands lifewas insured for Uevere proposed to poison Sim biit she would aijrce to the testified tx havinc heard scandalous reports his nnd proposed to her and Kevere if site was iiiilty to let Kcvcru marry her and that be would give them thirty dollars per month to support the but that if she not iruilty he would not take the State of Texas for and warned Kevere to let her Kevere and Sitn iiiouds both denied the the Mate filed three other complaints against chanting him with conspiracy to arson and arson by The testimony trivcn in was to apply in all these The State here rested its and the defendant made a deny ing the charges and claiming that it was a putup jle then filed au answer charg ing Simmons aud his wife with conspiracy to hum the a neigh testified having bocn in Simmons house live days before the lire and seeing coal and coal oil on the floor up and to Simmons having tried to get her husband to increase his E STOCK OK iAAun ruvnu MM REGARDLESS OF This is tinesl ever oilered in this lo pur chase ufMuls ibr under Come esirlv o mi iiie ahnweiler Trade What Ymi Going to do About It July time ago the Department of State demanded the re lease of a naturalized American who was imprisoned by the Ecua dorian Government on the charge of being connected with arevolution in that conn No reply has as yet been received from the President of and the representa tive of the United States in that country has been requested to acquaint the authori ties here with the reason of the delay in acknowledging this Governments Santos has been imprisoned for a number of his property having been seized prior to his The authorities here asked that he be given a This was A request for a release was also Of late the Government of Ecuador has apparently ignored every re quest that has been made by this Govern ment in relation to C OBRIEN Successors to Luoion IN n D 92 Massachusetts KANSAS O T I N W A R C IoisoiHil July the family of Fastens partook of some ham purchased at a provision store in Shortly after eating the meat oneof the children had a severe attack of vomit two others were thrown into and the remainder of the family were taken violently Expecting to demonstrate that the meat was all the dealer to whom it had been returned had some of it prepared j for his own lie and several mem bers of the family ate of it and were soon suffering terribly from its In both cases physicians were called and succeeded in saving the lives of the who are now convalescent In all probability the cholera epidem ic now ragins in Europe will invade this country early this Therefore everybody should be careful and pre pare his system to meet this dreadful destroyer without Nothing in this respect can supercede JESEHICIIS COCA the unrivalled nerve ton ic and health For sale at Straflbns Drug July signal ser vice office has published a number of pa pers ou tornadoes which have occurred dur ng the year The report of the storms in the various States is follows Georgia South Carolina Alabama North Caroliiw Kansas Iowa Wisconsin Dakota Kentucky Mississippi Texas New York Indiana Ohio Missouri Minnesota Pennsylvania 2 Arkansas Nebraska Colorado Ten nessee Illinois Indian Territory Louisiana The papers say that more than buildings were The most extensive tornado was in September the estimated luss by this storm being C A SINCLAIR Massachusetts St Low Rates and Long You can have kalsomining graining and paperhanging done in the very best manner guarantees all his Shop north ide Henry two doors east Ver LAWRENCE TEA ONE BOOH EAST OF TBE WINDSOR i Having purchasedan I take tliis means of an i aouncing to the people of Lawrence and who like Fresh Goilee 1 am nmv roasting the very best Green and parsons lit rnont that I 1111 lit 3 CUT or cotiee will dad it to Uuur interest to give my a My assortment qtiiljty of the hist vinetio tip market PureSpi of Teas is oft ho cos Flavoring As I give my entire attention to getin tlia bnst of Teas and Coffees that can be gotten on the I foci confident Llitt I can ive satisfaction   

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