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26 Apr 1882

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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 26, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. , wednesday april 26, 1882. Whole no. 1614mch . Garrett il<ync1ied by a mob at Greensburg Itera terrible Striggle for life on tie part of tiie that Fie was stabbed kicked to death before read Iii the be self appointed Quot executioners prom the neighbourhood of St. Paul. Ophic description of the Horri ble scene in the jail building., Rob Tole approx amp Salon of the perpetrators of tie unlawful. Act instr actions to the a Glt ranch jury. Civil to these a fuel a Fiat just Titla rat Coli a pm Quot Che Bec Isicc of a Jennings county onor Revtov vet let a judge Liy Noli and Ibe versed M. Garrett taken from the Grey a Isburn jail and hanged by mob. Green sect so april 24.�?this-Iisually-quiet Ltd was a a ruled from a sabbat i night s bosc it 2 a. M. With the cry re echoed Hirough the Street Quot Garrett s Hung by a Job Quot our reporter Hast Ned to the spot Tibie to see the sheriff John w. Siudut it to Stope that held the Limp and a fleets Jim of the once dreaded Oscar Marion Gar-2tt, so i ended from a limb of a Caple tree i tank a in the Street immediately in front i the county jail. The jail William toe than says that it about 2 o clock an alarm at the honed or and upon its Yeinji answered lire men rushed i and seized him the keys to s cell the Ailer protest Iii again just Tiuch mob violence id refusing the demand was borne ii Feairs by the crowd which followed. Here i the Hall in front of tale Ell in which mrs. A Iton is confined the party halted and Feitig a again refused the a is a rope was Aeed around the Tailer a neck and violence eat Ned him if he should persist in Rofus to deliver up Garitt. His wife inter ded and begged Quot if you oust do this Ter ble deed break Down the doors and co at implicate while this Parley was King held a noise Vas heard in the Cli to u Laft of the Hallit Emer known Here the female do part me Itin which doomed Man has been confined 3e his rearrest. A one of the crowd claimed Quot the do of a of a by is 1 Here Quot and at once a Stalwart proceeded with two blows of a Eledge Hammer to de Lowish the Cla gtd to oks such As ornament a suntry barn doors. The it work was soon but Garrett was few earned. He hew his time had to one. The first Man pet ring was met Voth a blow from a chair cd felled him to the Fluor. But immedi icily three of Iii and Over vering the or amp car he was dragged by feet okd a a Light of Stone Steps. At t Landing he was placed Vij right a rope about his 2�isk, and an intimation of Given Hirsi by the spokesman of the . Garrett called Aii us to the Jailer was detained above. Quot of i Othman tooth Matin Quot the Jailer answered a Ett i can t4�3j Sikinow Vior he was in ily guarded Feut making Aii a a fort to get Moir was blow in the fore fad find felled to a he floor. A Picc Frieu Iri Toby. Lar isomer Olio is a cout iwed on the lower 5r, within air feet if thi8-a&2ne, Saya Treit Forgac like i Timur exclaim thing re to Day Quot i Knect you. In know the prisoner however,.As Well the Jailer fails to be ablate Jive names the i i2?>.ve Blanks i o won Alii Ivere frightened and All this terrible Guedj was enacted Dii a few Ataii Sutea. After Iez Only sound heard waa a gurgling be made by the downed is an As b3 was rigged i rom the Jaii 4>y the Jope around Necktie to stewing to a of Fipple in the Frokt of jail Lowr a limb some sic teen feet trom ground. The rope a died Conie Jion in to Lewis Une. The mob Eamie fully spared Gaia the person who it fixed i in to their Init was shod with what Teie pm men Tim Pecaut Ioam. The guard a amp of had the Jaller it i amp charge Here the mob organized and marched in fours to the jail. It is also rumoured that a party of men supposed to be kentuckians got out the late train at this place last night but this indicates that the mob came from St. Paul the scene of the recent tragedy in which John m. Walton was shot january 9, 1s82, by the negro Aaron Frazier who confessing the deed implicated Ellen Walton the murdered Man s wife and Garrett her Paramour the victim of last night s mob. Meade re of the Sentinel will remember that Garrett on a Quot change of venue was ried and acquitted in the Jennings county circuit court. The other two accused ties Are Sull in jail and their trial will come up at the . Term of court Vii Rich convened to Day. Garrett had been rearrested upon a charge of burning a House Tiea. The Walton residence because As admitted on his trial at Vernon the inmates could keep too close a watch Over Lus criminal visits to Ellen Walton the Man s wife. Time body. When the body Wasey to Down it was found that in the struggle All his clothing except invers and socks had been torn old. His was bruised and battered. Several Large wounds a if made with. A knife were i found upon the head. His fists were broken a and battered due bless by blows dealt in defense of his last breath. His entire body showed the Marks of the blows kicks cuts and dragging he had endured. It is Proba Bie that be waa dead before he was Hung. The following inscription on a placard was attached to Iii feet i Frost Lola rat cd gone to meet Jesse. Decatur sends greeting to Jennings i the above was in Rhian capitals As do us lets the classical Leader feared to risk tiie peculiarities of his Chir Graphy. The inquest. Lat re a p. M. The Coroner commenced an inquest this afternoon. There was Lille disposition the part of the witnesses to talk and Only three were examined. The first was the , William Toothman who gave in substance the facts presented above though the a a ent Iners interview with this gentleman is much More Complete and gives Man j Little de ails that Aro not hinted at in his testimony. The next witness was the Jailer s wife. John a. Peek the Only Man who witnessed the outside performance testified that he heard a noise in front of jail about 2 o clock. The door Bell rang. I Uliey had a prisoner to bring in came to the head the stairs saw or. Toothman in the clutches of two men mrs. Toothman called for me but i was afraid to go to or. Tooth Man s ass Tance 1 was up stairs when they came up. The next thing 1 heard was someone saying the had brought Down the prison to or. They were then tying the rope around his neck in the Hall below Forte men took hold of the rope and dragged Nim through the Hall by the neck to the front door. Four men then him up and Laid my Down by the tree in front of the jail. One Man climbed the tree another one handed him the rope and four men lifted the body from the ground while the rope was drawn taut the meet being about two feet from the ground. Did not hear Garrett a Freak left the House heard him hollow Quot of Bill before they a flicked Tunu Down at the foot of the stairs they remained in front of the jail Yoou hour minutes after thi.&Quot-. They whispered out Aid not speak in a Lonu voice. Did not notice their clothing. They had something in their faces. They went West when they k la Toj i jail. Two co horse Spring wagons were Iti front of the jail and a part of the men got into them while the others walked on Down Street. The men were of different size two of them being Large and tall the verdict. The Coroner at first expressed a determination the thoroughly sift Riis matter but As there is no Hope of Ever getting nearer the late to than those now in his Possession and Aii judge Bonner had instructed the grand jury to make a thorough investigation that idea w�.8 abandoned a id Early in tiie a Deming he returned a verdict that the deceased came to jail death by mob violence being taken Froias of Decatur county and hanged by the neck until it and that to e parties to the killing Are unknown Etc. A Ike Law six St us . When the circuit court convened this morning in Edge Bonner a a a dressed the grand juror which is now in session with special to Terence to this Case. He said the pts jihad been considerable c Iticia of the tue Lai Angier in which the a grand jury had con ii edits Deli berating that is to say Here waa too much time it a Ai played for the work Clon i but in i new of the Tei rite enacted a few hours Bei-o>.>., be deemed at but Justice to Ike dead As Well a the Good a ame of county to s,p3ciaky instruct the Jjo by Tor cake Dili Geist inquiry into and Ferrisi a it if possible the today s crime. He a a arged that the jury act with it it regard to sex Pense,.4��� d leave not a Aing undone that would and to vindicate the Laid. The ii in a and summoned mrs Walton in. The jury room half an Huar. It is not thought any a a i tonal thrown upon Toca. Aft air to or a a he we in too a badly trailed to even Readia Aber what she saw. A Erik of a need a ,. About s a a Fly Ock this Atter Noan the body was removed imm the jail a Ori Zielor to the court hot to i it was Erie Eedwin a neat a i upholstered a of amp a of imitation Rosewood which had Beta Farnish Edat the expense of the cd duty. A this step was Tarcen upon ?.he receipt of a. Iez Gram fro it ii my. Garrett a amp Kinig that the. A be amp Idy be Emp Ped i Here tomorrow to Ming to 9 o clock. Id Here will be no Ber vices Here it the remains via a ill be a More you investigate the re Ore you he it a and the less you know. One thing is certain whether there were fifteen or 150 in the Guob no one knows but the Particia jts themselves and they won t give the snap away. At least i Don t Tjw no they will. I Learned from a reliable source to night that a Nephew Ujj of Walton who lives in Kentucky was in the City a Short time ago and made the remark in Smith s Saloon that Quot Garriti has got to i Don to give this As a fac Boxt it comes from a Good Quarter and Fror this Story grew the theory that the mob or its leaders came from the Blue District. Another Story is that there la Ere but ten or twelve in the party and that they were from City. There Are reports however that the it truth perhaps will never be known a Good Many Are not Over anti jus a Boult one Way or the other. It was also rumoured that the mob was an of mrs. Walton s friends. This like the of hers is Mere Rumor. It was said Garrett had. By his testis irony at Vernon. Made mrs. Walton s conviction certain and he had to be Disi used of. This too is urged As the reason the negro and Walion were not disturbed. Guards were placed throughout the City. Deputy Bennett and one Forsyth in were Whiting away the time on Seitz Corner. said Bennett Quot there s a crowd Down Tov Ard the jail let s they were intercepted very soon however by six of the vigilant. made no objection to complying with orders for the men Looi cd like Fuu fledged desperadoes with masks revolvers and guns. When the crowd dispersed Bennett was forbidden telling his Superior what had occurred for one Hoar. The jail. The following is a Digiam of the firsthand second floors of the jail showing the victim s cell the hallway on the first floor where the fight occurred i second floor. Hall. A stairway leading from first floor. Kidoor 10 Graneti s cell. Cd door to mrs Walton s cell. Do a departments occupied by Jailer. For or Flook. I b a c c w Dilall. La c c c a a Jailer s residence. By Sta Way leading to second Story e c cd cells. D front door. A a place where Garrett was knocked Down. Of a Wiere the body was placed after being Cut Down. He where Garrett was Hung. A leaving warned him inst if be showed others. It is to aught the be a Leld in 4the after Iku at 2 o cock. Sentiment while Public Araci medic deplore this died of violence none Arin found to say that Garrett s Tyml Sajons of guilt in it Lebair Eiting thib Vicitas s family fend the a wrong evidence of Nis participation in the horrid crime a leave been met Svith unmerited punish Merit. Ail deplore mob Law but they Iadone its work. I Quot have not met a citizen who complains. The Universal expression is that the Evi Dewie was not sustained by the decision of to e Jennings county jury acid had to get in Ita work somewhere. Ithe mob. Quot there Are All manner of stories afloat about those who conducted the ceremony the number comprising the party and whence they came. Some say Kentucky an 1 others St. Amer a Hamlet just above St i aul and near the scene of tract do. The stories Are conflicting however sol the i a blown Olaf. The poor ternet a in get Ling i rights was willing to Ober but i v6fe having a Tive Cario Gity regarding i movement outside crept to the Garret after three or four minutes by Berle Konou died that the party had Doc the coast web Clear. Then be esp for and sum ironed the sheriff and Ler who together with the seat Iniel a Tate be were soon upon the ground. The mob a a cd Tje Primo Are on to lie lower floor alluded to he counted Twenty five men in the borne Mere armed with pistols others >0g guns All were masked. It has discovered Bat at Rev. Joseph Tark-1% one mile Northwest of the City a party of Horsen Xci hitched their horses igbo and judging from the sign and near in Wen were a the mob. Train. Itow Bers. A it Allan april 24.�?news was received this afternoon that one of the Texas and Pacific train robbers has been captured. It is suppose he was mortally wounded. He is the son of a respectable old Farmer living near the scene of the robbery and was shot in a Light with Texas rangers. His father last night informed the rangers of the whereabouts of his wayward son requesting his arrest stating he would prefer having him an inmate of the Penitentiary to being a member of the gang of robbers. It is thought the entire gang will be bagged to night or to Morrow As about thirty rangers Are on the Trail and Are scouring the country. It is believed this is the same gang that robbed the Gulf Colorado and Saa Talfe train three weeks ago. The robbers attempted to wreck the East bound passenger train Between 2 and 3 o clock this morning in tie canyons of the Brazos River Region ight Miles East of the place of the robbery of the night previous. They removed two rails rom the track on a High trestle. The in Neer discovered the ii sence of the rails j ust in time to save his train from Basing hurled in the Canyon abyss below. Folger opposed to Iii definite Extension. Washington april 24.�?secretary Folger s letter in opposition to the Carli sle Bill was Laid before the Senate finance committee this morning and fully <3iscussed, but no action was taken. The committee adjourned unt silo o clock to Morrow turning when the matter will be resumed. Secretary Polger strongly opposes the indefinite Extension of the bonded period for whisky and consider the leakage allowed As excessive and does not approve of the Liberty Given for to transport to any bonded warehouse within the same District tiie product of their stalls. Heroid that a it old enable distillers to take advantage of ithe government in the event of a panic or great depreciation in the value in whisky by leaving it Indolini icely in the Handisf the government father and Hon Kuld. Louk3xiji.le, a4 Ril 23.�?William Hewlett marshal of. Nortonville 8botand�nortally wounded one Maliser and toiled his a on. The marshal recently arrested a Man on the charge of Gath Ling and the paires meeting at a place milled tride Wiser to Day the father Aois Isan attacked Hewett a who shot a them Lin fief die ensa Sulc a not a a ism pc a Mab Eri a is april 23,-�?t4>e suit was Oak ened Saliard a of 4he corporation of mar Seel Les against a a uni Iress Eugenie to comp Hei to re lion wish the Imperial chateau presented Vikt Attr the Empire to the emperor by a he is it which cording to the mayor it it a Heiob a to the town. Pm tajik we nude. Gbo Oss , �cala., april 23.�?a, a it. Mas ii a of this place was shot last night by e. A. Rob rfcs a on of judge 15. W. Roberts an old and leading lawyer of the place. The Eye wit Pesses to the affair refuse to be infer Jewed. Mason s wound a pronounced necessarily fatal. Malting it warm for the Philadelphia pa., april 2-Ka correspondent of the new York Herald has been held in $10, Kwh hands on a charge of libel in publishing Mantrop statement that senator Mcpherson interested in the Perur Vian i nip any. Garfield s exp asks. Tiie majority and in minority reports on the claims presented for services during tie president s illness. Wasti Ingiosi Quot april 19.�?a majority report on the Bill reported from the special committee to audit the expenses of the late a ets Forth that after giving such att edition to the subject As its importance demands your committee Are of the that Congress May properly and legally assume the expenses attendant upor the illness and funeral of the late president upon the ground that he was stricken blown while he was. And because he was in the discharge of his duties As the chief executive Pilicer of the nation and commander in chief of the army and Navy. Many claims a been rejected not All of which pro without Merit. Others have been allowed in part Onia Quot and All have been rigidly scrutinized so much so that your com ii a feel a Niiori a to state that those claims presented for payment Are Correct and i St. The report refer to Quot the grave responsibilities the assiduous care and maturing do Tion and Iong continued services of the a Gens and a pendants Quot and makes honorable Montion of the services of or. Smith Townsand. Or. Charles b. Purvis and surgeon general Wales of the Navy and of or. I Nathan s. Lincoln who were called Luuri mediately after Toje shooting occurred and Sunyi Quot they did All science and Siil could accomplish toward the Patie to s Relief and to produce a reaction Irum the commendable mention is made of general Swaim colonel Kocev fell Stanley Brown and c. O. Rockwell to the report says devoted their whole time during the president s illness to his com6rt and service. The committee concludes by urging the passage of the Bill agreed upon by the majority. I among the claims .? and Alloway juices made Are the following to mrs. A in Fifield $50,000. Less the amount paid the late resident on account of his salary or. Bliss $25,000 or. Agnew $15,000 or. Hamilton $15.000 or. Reyburn $10,000 or. Boynton $10,000 or. Susan Edson. $10.000 William Crump Steward $3,000 r. A Jennings for Cooling apparatus$1,000 Navy department expenses of fitting Cooling apparatus and expenses of Marine band $2,782 we. A Spear undertaker. $1,835 c. A Benedict coffin Etc$88 Independent ice company $l,51fi h. L. Crawford St keep Strinklin to ,270 a Jones Board carriages Etc., Elberon $1.092 a f. Schmidt Ivity cents and h. Watwood seventy five cats. The employees of the executive a Ian during the illness of president Garl eld thirty nine in number Are allowed additional ranging from $375 to $120 a ii. Minor try report. \ the report of the minority says we do not object to the payment by the general government of the funeral expenses of the late ites ident who was stricken Clown in. The performance of ills duties arid because of Lifs occupying a Public station. Our Olja Fotiou to the report grows out of the for the Patmont of Phy Claus and purge us who at to chided the late president. Vav e Are perfectly willing to concede that Liberal Comous Roii hould be allowed physicians arid Nurije Oliv a compensation in excess even of what it Wasi payable for any of the medical rite Daut to have earned a Ordinary practice during the Tim but the sums recommended to be paid by the majority of the committee Are excessive. We a re of the opinion that there was no extraordinary medical treatment shown in the treatment a the Case and to thing calling for an extraordinary allowance for Proffi Vional services but while willing to be Liberal we could not Eon sent to the manner of meat recommended nor to the extra a amp inc i and Wanton lavish ment of Public funds. To also respectfully protest against that the report of the majority which re commands the promotion of surgeon general to major general s Ranit and retirement thereunder and to the recommendation for the promotion of or. Wood Ward from major to lieutenant colonel with the rank and of the latter office. This committee has no jurisdiction to make any recommendations with re Zard to the military establishment. We. Were Wili Ingi that the e Golem giant should assume to such sums for Priep final services As might lawfully have been recce from the estate of the president and wife de Troub of treating such claims As claims again Lihe estate of the deceased rather than is pc Erly c Jug Nizanty by Congress. We were Vij Llang. Their Ore to appropriate to the estate such portion of the unearned salary of the late As would cover All such claims but can not agree that excessive sums shall be appropriate for professional services. W e recommend the adoption of Tho following Resolution i resolved that the report of the majority committee. Together with the Bill accompanying said report be recommitted with instructions of the committee to require All persons having claims cognizable by said to present the accounts thereof and to require the claimants in All crises to furnish proof As to the value of services rendered or materials furnished and to Cage of allowances for professional Gei vices As or surgeons to make such Allowan a Only As would be properly chargeable to and Profe Able against the estate of the late president and to provide in the Bill when again reported such further appropriation of unearned Sal it Tyas would cover the amounts audited Lor such professional services i signed Joseph s. Blacic Nunin William m. Springer Benjamin Lupe life. Split i s , first losing t Lead Spiri t liquor secure closing saloons in Ohio on snip Lay gof s Lii to effect a on thousand let Ealy airs in Cincinnati ois regard the Clevelano o., april. 23, be Law went into Force to Day and the Saloon j were very generally closed. But few air rest were made most of them about mini Gre last night the proprietors not Haing closed promptly the Jii quor league issued a circular aridity acid sing that the saloons be kept open with so att is up and doors closed but not locked. Few cared to test the Lav and in so doing to run the risk of going to the work House. Those arrested will demand a jury trial Hoing no jury can to convict. Toledo of april 23.�?this was t sunday on which the Smith Law saloons was enforced. An been made generally regarded As a a a of retaliation on the part of the dealers protective association to the enforcement of an old Law passed fifty a years ago against common labor on 9 inday. I his association had notified the police Board that they would suspend by piness and requested the police authorities to enforce All other sunday Observance of t be Law. The b lard instr ii it eted the chief of p lice to this effect and everyone Pecos Rome to do any lab Ron sunday was notified 1 Cea get All work. This>noti<3e extended to s Downs Street car a nes Barber shops or Ceiaa milkmen livery stables but Cher shops sunday newspapers Etc. The instr hons were to make no arrests to Day. But the Nipes of All who should i Patel Iii lamp and report them to the police Cabirt up monday when warrants will be i spied for their arrest. The result of this movement was has been one of the most quiet Sund Sofiea in Toledo. Saloons were All Back door and front promptly at n saturday and have remained so. A i la Ltd Lias Only been partially Obery cars Mii As usual and no attention to the order by the sunday papers half of the milkmen refused to Idelis to their Custo Diers but the livery supplied their customer Quot As Estial. J number of ni.\mi3 were taken by the Pairol men to Day and among them Natues of the Drivers of the cab at a funeral. There is a very general feeling of indignation among such tradesmen As butchers and Bakers who have been closed with saloons. There Are threats of a a its for false arrests and Many will doubtless follow. I this 18 Ever closed i night other St few get las paid a Hoxit or milk stables the belief is that after this temporary excitement subsides the Pond and Smith Laws will be acquiesced in by Saloon keepers without an Eft Brt to enforce the absolute Laws which have aroused so much opposition. Dayton of april 23. journal has been boycotted by members of the association of Dayton who subscriptions and advertisements from it Joe Hermes a Kentucky Saloon keeper and sex member of the Kentucky legislature made a violent speech urging resistance of the Laws. The saloons Here have ail been closed and quiet during the Day. Clifio innate april 23.this was the first Day of the operation of the Smith Law Clos a saloons on sundays. Out of Over 3,000 saloons in Cincinnati 450 Are reported up to 10 o clock to night As paying no attention to the Law. It is estimated that 1,000 will be reported in the morning. Warrants will be issued and litigation commenced at once. Ali the Waill top resorts were open Selling Beer Aud wine. No arrests have been made. The plan is to arrest on warrants to Morrow. The Day has been inns daily quiet. It is Liat much More than halt of tiie liquor Sellers complied with the Law. The liquor dealers and their sympathy it Zers held a Large meeting in the City this afternoon to a press their indignation against the Pond and Smith Bills. They were bitter in their denunciation against the i Tytun Tournai Cincinnati Gazette and also Quot the commercial. The of the Jakawn Kaye. A unit resting details of the loss of the ill plot Iii Steamer and tie jes Capo of the i of. San Francisco april ig. Call tomorrow will publish a letter from or. H. Led Ard the american now in Siberia to a Friend in this City. At Irkutsk Ledyard met lieutenant Danenbaum who give him interesting details of the loss of the Jeannette from which the following extracts Are made since the first fall when they were caught by the ice in trying to reach Herald i in and a hey have never taken the Conr Sei but were in the jaws of death squeezed till every Timber quivered turned this Way and that throw Tsien floating and then caught again and every hour passed in suspense never knowing a Hen the ice would close upon them a Little More and the deck sink beneath them. Throughout this Strain they were Well and trying to be chef Raul working very hard for the engine and men were barely Able to keep the water out. They had to pump for a year and a half. June 11, 1881, the crisis came. The ship showed greater straining than before the deck quivered and inexplicable movements warned them. They prepared their boats and made their Camp beside Tho vessel. She Rose anti turned in her cradles til the guards touched the ice. Then the rigging gave Way and Tho masts Lay prostrate. At 1 o clock in Tho morning the Floe parted and All went Down. The cry of alarm called All to escape from the Crevice in the ice. It opened just through the Captain s tent. They then began a Retreat. For Twenty nine Days they struggled southward. Three Hundred Miles of broken ice were thus passed Over. Four Miles a Day were thought Good Fortuna. After one series of fourteen Days they were Twenty seven Miles farther North than at first. While Worling Over the ice dragging three , they discovered Bennett Island to explore which they spent three weeks of their precious summer Days and sex Pend to much of the limited Supply of food. To this Detour those who survive a Tribuz much of their suffering and the death of the commander with Nineteen men. After three months of this perilous and exhausting work they came to Boltie water and then with fair winds took a cruise for the Mouth of the Lena River. Melville s boat was Steve Fig avast a Block of ice and the Captain s boat lost her Mast and sail. The Captain landed with All Well but abandoned the boat As the water was Shal Loa and would not make the Channel of the River. The Kong a ill Burneo. Tie in search of the Jeannette burned and in nor. New Yolk april 18.the following is a special Cable message to the Herald Irkutsk Siberia april 18,1882, have this morning received St ruling news from or. Jackson the special commissioner who was sent in search of the Jeannette survivors lie apparently forwarded the dispatch by courier. It ran a follows Quot from the backs of the Alden River april 6, j Quot i have just met a courier bearing dispatches from w. H. Glider Herald correspondent with the Rodgers whom the courier had accompanied Kolyma a on the Kolyma River to Vernc Hoynski 400 Miles North of Yakutsk. A Gilder had made a journey of 2,Coo verts among the Chuck Hes. He was sent Forward with the news Attiat the Rodger had been burned and sunk that lieu cant Berry with and Rew thirty six. In number Are at Talapka near Cape Sedze that a vessel should be sent for them As soon As further a it a Tallcof Herl Orts by fire earned on Ifeta year s i it Aye All hands saved the i flit with flame and ice. New York april 22. Herald has received Tnie following Cable dispatch Irkutsk april is 1832. The following has been received by Post from or. Jackson dated at Yakut i on March 27 Quot i arrived Here to Day. There is no news from Melville i leave a or the North of the 29th, governor Cher Naief renders every assistance. It will be fifty Days yet before the ice Breaks up Here. Tho Steamer Lena will be useless. 1 shall secure a Strain launch for the month of june to come Down the Lena River to Bulan for news or foray re turn Quot. The following important dispatch from or. Jackson sent to this place by Esta Fette or courier express from Yakutsk. Has also reached me to Day a Vraga on site let a re ver april 2,1882. Quot i arrived at this place Distant 120 Versta eighty Miles from Yakutsk shortly after non Enron the for Balun. Here was and is to a in the is Pravnik local governor of sred Itkor. in feeder de Tarawa who has just left the Herald correspondent or. A h gilded at Verk by a ask having him a Kither Frota the Kyly a Elver. Or queer seads the. Following a in ii Aisha tabs a a i it a a a i h a f v v firk hox a a a a i Imam of 29,13382. Quot re re vet a beige Yetter Tay and i Leaver to night for a no in a Fth it my la will. I a a jul reach y Yakutsk then it Gildee Quot. The a tto a a gke8. Or. Jackson s dispatch Coutz ride Quot As unfortunately i can the dispatched of or. Glider which Are sent aril or seat to govt a for Cher Valeff 1 give Yoa the information rect red Quot Fredni the Napravnik of 8red i Kolyma or Aud have asked governor to Send the dispatch Les by express courier to . Quot the Espravnik left Kolyma a thirty four Days ago with or. Glider who had made a Long journey Overland among the cd Tiko Hes and had arrived at Koly ask in the latter part of february the journey to that Point in a Ltd Winter had been a terrible one. The that i Gil Iier Brit is inform nation that the Steamer Rodgers was burned on the is by january this year Fiat life Ute Nant Berry and the Crew Are at Tupman where they get food enough from the Chuli Clies the Isipra Nik or. De Tarawa Kolyma a. Has sen tobacco arid to a to to Iii for bartering purpose they needed nothing else. Quot three months provisions were saved from the aids. Turkanis near Cape Sedze Kamen. Quot ii Litber details say that a no Savois to wre the ship were made in vain he Lay vat than a Short distance of the Shore but the Young ice could not Bear the weight of the men and a line from tee ship to the Shore was fixed with much difficulty. By this line and the boats the Crew were All safely landed. The entire ship s company Are in Good health and spirits. There is no danger of to Weir starving. Governor Cher Nieft Quot has Given orders to the Chukchi chiefs to do ail in their Power to assist the shipwrecked Crew. Quot the latest news from Verkh Lyansk is that they Are anxious there about the Espravnik who went with Melville Atid who they think ought to have returned in february Chi style. He has not yet re turd. Terrible Hurr Gancs with Snow Nave Previn led of Lave in the Verkh Lyansk District and Tioy Are afraid tiie is Pravnik has perished and eventually the whole party. As the Espravnik had orders in company Melville Thiu such time a a the latter might choose to Send him Back i be ii Etc to litre is no reason or anxiety Quot a it a Sivington april Folger has Toi graphed the Cor Amandor of the Corwin if a Fri i is Trai is closed to try and reach the Crew a Cross the Takh s p1.ea.the election cases. I ii i Orier a Jiin Ajaj Scals to i i Eili fill t t Oil a it the Senjt it it Jne of tie court Quot air Tiu. Wasj Nuto april 21.�?acabinet Louay Futy. John Porter was afraid a insult Iti ii on a new cution from general Foj Tor for Relief from Llie sentence of the co Quot it . Quot fic positron was referred to the Secretary of War. Tiie letter to Arthur is As follow i , j., pm i n. To the president s my i have the liquor to Achi nov it Iaun c tie ro-coip., thrq3, die Seo return of a under i the 15th Init of your de Biou upon my application of december 2, , to Anieul and set aside the findings and sentence of the court i artial in my Esse and to nominate me to the Senate for restoration to my former Lanc in Tho army. A Cir decision after Tho Delarmi nation of the Powers of Tho president at a pref cd in Ine opinion of the attorney general is Quot compliance with the application contained in my letter is not within your 1 May have milk under stood the extent of the coi Tiitu tonal Power of the presi Jent when i appealed you to do directly with the Aid of the Senate that which the Board of distinguished army officers had in the int Ere of Justice recommended should be done Butch Chyou concurring in the opinion of the attorney general i Loim me you have now the Power Only in part to perform and that special legislation by Congress is needed to Complete the Justice asked for. My apply Guion was Bas d upon the recommendation of the advisory Board appointed by the president to examine into the facts and to report a hat action in their opinion Justice required should by take by the presi Dent. That Board found and reported after a Long and patient Examina Lun and cons Draur a of All the facts in the ease Tjit my conduct Quot in All events of August 1902, inquired into by the court by which 1 was tried was in the Lii it of full evidence that which then Laid before the court and also that which was unattainable at the time of my trial not subject to criticism much less deserving of censure of , and was obedient a Zubor donate faithful and judicious. It saved the from disaster on Tho 20lh of August and the advisory Board recommend that in their opinion Justice required at Hiu hands such of a Cimon is May be necessary to annul and Sot aside the linux Opsand sentence of the court martial in the Case of Mojor general fits John Porter and to restore him to the position of which that sentence Defeated him such restoration to take elect from the Date of dismissal from the Servito. Relying also upon the Clear and emphatic language of said Board Quot that All essential i its in every instance stand out in Clear and absolute contrast to those supposed facts upon 1 was adjudged guilty and that it was not possible that any court martial should have condemned such conduct if it had Beni correctly understood Quot and believing i men doled to the Complete Kintli Cirion recommended by the Board and that the sentence of the court martial proven by overwhelming and Irrera Gitile testimony to have been palpably Eroneous in its basis of assume facts and utterly the happiness and vie fare of in of flier who has never failed a Tae strictest most Hono Ahie Fidelity to his government Shosid be a a r to the Relief to which 1 consider Mic of . I again renew to Yon As As chief magistrate my Appeal for Relief. Cot scions of entire innocence i have not ceased from Tho Nour of the promulgation of the sentence of the court martial Nerist entry to protest against the terrible injustice done me and have striven in every proper Mode to secure my vindication All of which the Public records now a fore you will fully establish. 1 now respectfully and most earnestly ask that you flu a resist of that portion of the a inv Lence of the court martial which remains a executed and carry into effect the recommendations of the advisory boards of far As the same lies within your constitute Power and transmit the result of Yoiiro action together with the finding of the Board to Congress coupled with Sun h recommendation in the premises As you May deem just and proper. Very respectfully yours \ Fitz join Porter. A Cyc Olwe. About cello miss., completely destroyed by a Tornado Andlen Persona filled. New Orleans april 23.�?a times Democrat special says Monticello Twenty Miles East of Brook Haveri was completely destroyed yesterday Only three houses in the entire place Beine left. They were dwelling houses on the Edge of the storm. Nothing like it was Ever seen in this Section. Ten persons were killed instantly five Whites and five coloured. The Iiames of the Whites Are h. Wethersby chancery clerk. Allen Sharp. Mrs. Cannon and baby and Rev. S. W. Dale. Out of a population of about 150, very few escaped with Oulu so me injury. Jie Tweedi fifteen and Twenty were seriously injured some fatally. Sex sheriff Butler and wife Are painfully injured Jake myer had his Collar Bone broken. Chat Lea John had a is leg broken. The store of Cohu after being i blown Down was struck by lightning and burned. There was not a tree left. Sam Hickman s Fine residence four Miles Southwest of it onticello was demolished. No one was Hurt. The track of the Cyclone was half a mile wide. A terrible storm crossed this Road about 11 o clock saturday Between Johnson s station and Bogue chitto which is supposed to be the same. It blew Down several Hupci red Yards of Telesi Raph. Wire and covered the Railroad track wit Trees of a distance of two or More Miles delaying trains about two hours. No lives Are reported lost in that Vicinity however. I bpm people of Monticello Are destitute. Wiir citizens have subscribed liberally. Several Wagon provision is with other suitable things were sent to Day to be wed with a Iii Nebr Quot Olsak is Scisco apr Roll 24.--ra.5jqrd ? by re new Mexico dispatch Aas in a Light yester Day after soon at horse shoe Canon Between the indians and Yie lad fila scouts and Irp Ops the latter Wem . Four. Indian scouts were Ilea and four soldiers Wei Indendi a Squall band of Hostiles were seen going South Over the san Sinoh Flat a band Twenty or thirty Cro sed the s6uthern Bac tip Fack near Here Early this morn Fig going North toward Burro Moun tons. Mcdonald the Well known prospector of this Section arrived from Gila River. A he. Assisted in burying the bodies of Twenty men yesterday and reports several by Sotis missing. Among the killed Are John Pinque a rising Young at Piney it of Salyer City Captain Johns Lay san mining super Intel Dent or. Tres Cott aka under Knox St it. Pinkard Aud Pinkard s Herdsman nume unknown the indians number 300 Quot Bucks squaws and children by actual count while passing York s Ranche. The indians Are completely Star rounded and. Corralled in duh try Canon. Those seep on san Simon plat last evening Are evidently Straggler s. All male citizens of Lei Tendorf Snake ear and lord s Burg Are underarms. Indictments returned against election officers of South Carolina for conspiracy the Maysville Case. Charleston s. C., april 18.�?in the United states circuit court to Day the grand jury returned a True Bill against Henry Dickinson and others of Barnwell county. Charged with conspiracy to intimidate the unit fid statt.= a Avit Nesca. The grand jury was composed of thirteen republicans and seven democrats. The court then commenced the trial of Tho managers of the election a Niay svy be precis ice Sui Kcf Ooi Raty car died with Stu the i a ii Itei with the ii Visti item Sui Ervi-o1. Tie i Ary con i Republic Aii one Dera i a District it in a find it to use Tiu Balir nees to we Iii Miep Quot it on is pm it the now Syu to s Undin Al Lowed by Tiki e fond to be Suik Ioni to secure his i in jul y. Pc of u i a. Ziment a Quot Ink a . showed the i in in i-.-r-, i to where tiie null a i t it by a Cate i Isune Vibo do be i a u Iii til in the in Orini we v had confine need and Sevrini Dep so a Eil. The supervisor the manac Quot i to. Cpin tiie Civ she e. Into ii&Quot., but they info lined Hiru i had begun and coulis open the a Box and Liat Tricy exhibited the Box before the commenced. The elect Iii proceeded quietly All Day and Vav Heidi the was of ironed Ami the vote counted a bundle of ten Deli Loci Alic tickets and two packs of Republic i tickets with two Republican tickets folded in each were found in the Box. The managers counted on ticket out of each destroyed the . The number in the Box exceeded the number Uii the poll list by 2 21, and the Nina in Gers Drew o it the surplus number i Thant seeing Triem and then destroyed them. Of the ballots destroyed 147 were Republican and 74 democratic. The government then closed the for the prosecution. defense will open to Morrow. E if Ili is in Ltd to a a i tue a a in see. Iliad Fet. Louis Sjo we a i. A great damage Doue to hoi gets by the bursting of la a in Creek sewer a i cavy loss. St. Louis april 2. A an examination today of the districts flooded last evening a by the bursting of 2tiill Creek sewer revealed Juite a different state of affairs from that supposed to exist last night. The loss to private property will foot up heavily perhaps reach $200,000, = largely exceed that sum. Among the heaviest log ers Are Bartle t Cochrane pork packers who had several thou Sand of lard and about a Milia on founds of meat flooded with the muck and slime and filthy Vaier ii of the sewer rendering it a Merchantable and entailing very Large loss. Their claim against the City will amount to about $100,000. Barnes Brothers bad Tho cellar and first floor of to Weir pork hopi be flooded and too packages of lard s wet t away. Their will of hire. f. Cox Quot pork House bad 700 packages of lard and 150,000 pounds of meat sub Nier ged and rendered unlit for use. A i riels Loyle Csc co., Cracker factory had neatly 500 boxes of goods and 150 barrels of hour flooded. The United states Honing Mill of e. God Dard a sons had 100 big reels and flacks of Ilour destroyed beside a the damage to the Mill. J. M. Estel amp io., a grocers. Had their Stook damaged fully $.5,000. The Western machinery works were damaged for about the same amount. Is Meyer pc Stalmann livery stable lost some .$3,000 in feed and damage to carriages. The St. Louis Quot los at $3,0w. a a a a a or Bice a Quot wis Quot Quot damaged about32.500. The Gas works were flooded fires put out and work stopped. Quot the damage Here will be considerable but the chief trouble in this Case is the cutting off of Gas from a Large part of the Southern portion of the . Besides Tho a love named losses there Are probably 200 which will Range from $50 to .$1,000, chiefly of household effects in dwellings and Small stocks of goods in stores saloons Etc. Three fire engines have been at work ail Day pumping water from Cellers not much headway was made. In some cases the water was running into them As fast As taken out. The sewer that burst is perhaps the largest int to a. Country and drained 8,11 the Central and suburban districts of the City. It is evidently partially cooked at its Mouth and being unable to discharge the immense body of water which poured into it by the heavy rainfall its weak spots gave Way and its filthy contents were spread out Oyer a dozen or More blocks of tenement houses and manufacturing establishments. The loss will no doubt have to be the City and will certainly reach several Hundred thousand dollars. Revising Trio chinese Bil Wasiqi Higton april ia. Senate committee foreign affairs will report the anti chinese Bill passed by the House jes Ter Day with two material amendments and Rococi need its Ige. One is to United states to enforce the pvt Mon of the country Ilii pese who come in violation of this act., another is to strike out the fourteenth tenth sections providing that no a tat e court shall admit chinese to a and defining the words Quot chinese labourers Quot to mean both ski Ltd and tin skilled labourers a j chinese Einy Loyed in a lining. There Are other Ainerd mints to be a offered but they Are verbal and. Do not change the in tent or meaning of the House Bill. The Senate committee la Eivis the provisions relating Iso the passport system a passed by the House As they were i Quot the vetoed Bill. The Section of customs to Chi Sitf by any Chine Yho shall hereafter a Nav a fully Ter it is amended w prop Ding. Removals shall be y of the president undo a the re Gulaid on to be prescribed by him but after it oficial examination of Quot each a ase by a to whited states a Ridge or United Statt of Misti Teisher. Jew Hanson county dem of it Ticy. A special to the sea Luei a. Franklin ind., april �?�2>.-Hc democratic nominating convention met at Quot this pm Ico on sat fuday last and nominated the following ticket for representative John clue for clerk Samuel Harris for adult of w. B. Jennings for recorder. J. R. Cluni Iner for treasurer David Swift for Wheritt Quot g. Stewart for Surveyor w. T. Hough am for Coroner. Or. Howard Thompson for com second District d. S. Gross for commissioner third District George Cutsinger. Tre ticket is made up almost entirely from the out townships and is confessedly one of the strongest Ever nominated in the county. Death from p. Paralytic stroke. Special to the Sentinel Mason ind., april 23.�?William c. Yawner. Aged fifty five Well known citizen of Madison connected with Schofield amp sons won Len Mills As travelling Salesman died at 2 o clock to Day of a paralytic stroke which he received yesterday at noon

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