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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 7, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 18.Indianapolis, wednesday june 7, 1882. Whole no. 1020�-Oiieu�zn news. Carib Bdl. Kome june Quot a on hearing of the do Atli of to Iri Bakli the Pope remained silent awhile then rain intr his eyes to heaven said Quot there Frone another figure of the revolution. Of god be merciful to Lipini Quot the Vatican Ora ran Voce Delia Verta says Quot Garibaldi wait one of the most determined but also Friar a Estef our Adver Anrys. Not from twin canc the heaviest blows and bitterest trouble. Lie Vyas no hypocrite. May the prayers if Liis pious Mother Hivo Ionthe the Hist loonie of her son a i rated Liok juice univ cities Are mov i. For the erection of a i. The municipality of Genoa subs Cri a i 20,000 Francy Foi a Mon Menf and vet of 10,000. The Mui it Pality of Home votes 80,000 francs for Monument on Janicula Hill. Pahis. June 5.�?victor Hugo telex wrap Ltd to Caprera Quot it. I i More than death it ii Cata amp trip a Lio. Not Only Italy and Franco but Manki tid Victor Hugo Lii acc Tance of the to Naruis be the funeral but staling ii will be unable t i a u and on account of Reni age. Reaction Navy journal a publish bitter articles on Tarih i in. Deput Iii oils from tie Senate and chamber of deputies and municipality of Rome a a re rebentative3 of t he King and ministry i 1 proceed to Caprera i mesday. The Day a the fun it ral Ijas not been decided. Tie acting syndic of Lime has made apr it i Tion for a Aribal Iii ? a Vind i Reposi g to preserve it f Irever in Capitol. Trike the Junei. A file italian Organ Independent havin appeared with a burder i a in Deatti of Kari Bali has been Contic it d i Gay the an Hori ties. A concert Quot a do or minces at Heaters Hiu e stopped. No Roi on assigned for action. Cocat Exi Tenient 2 prevails. All shops Are closed. Some occurred Yat Virday evening and several arrests were mud. Frijs Huftil in India. Calco Etta air Ltd it stated 1 lie Khongs an tribe in the have Bow Papaia the chief town of the Trilli a my red Bultas whom rhe j Khongs at Wikse of agrarian Vencrd Achmanis they Igor Dilie Tiea Iury and Ranur Derevi -100 per a Jim a. I ortion Quot o the hair and Llesh of Toje victim Levi distributed among the Liili Honda to induce Thoni to join the Revoit. La Tyr a a a Ltd 1 Alt Airt. Caino june 5�?in cons Quence of the prot Cit of the government against Ini Litara prep Riim i Egypt the Sultan telegraphed the Klit dive to request Arabi Facelia to it it Iii a them and order a Ces so Ilion of the Foj lit ii. Ions at lox Ruiria. A Rubli ii Quot under arrest. A Sidon june a Schwelm the publisher of the Rej Ort in to a i e Heit of a where a Reso Taiin of congratulation j Iii de on the a birders of Cavendish and Durke has been unified k in Ului commons. London june a p. The during the discussion of the first clause of he repression Bill several Iris i members expressed the wih the special commission courts be or deluded from trying prisoners for treason in cons ounce of spoken or written in a foreign country. Harcourt Home Secretary insisted a British subject Vii in America or elsewhere counselled the invasion of Vigland or committed treasonable acts Ougel get on coming a within tie jurisdiction of England be made am Rabii. Fun. Such counsel or Are. The first clause then passed in the committee 227 to Parnell in the discussion denied the Irish people so Man thine Vav Ith crime. The Phoenix Park murders he said had produced a desire to Assi ii him in Iho enforcement Law but that feeling when the repression Bill was introduced. He declared the Bill w july lend to increase outrages. A it ii it Ives it in Tofu roster or. Lon Donjune a Davitt has written a Long reply to the a it nip let entitled Quot tie truth about the Laski league Quot published anon Mousey sonic a weeks Aeo and extensively circulated throughout the United kingdom and reissued under his own name by aril a Arnold Forster son of the sex chief i Jer. I iry for Ireland. Tiie purpose of the Pai ii it let to show that the land league and Lii use connected therewith had if View the commission of outrages mutilation plunder and murder. The evidence supplied Quot by extracts from Speed Les and new a paper articles. Davitt reply that the evidence has been garbled passages have been persistently removed from the context and mitigating parts been supper sed. The object of the pamphlet he says to Rouse prejudice and Enk Indle hate for which oppo Unity has been ail jaded by Ilio Dublin assassination a i Uri Ose which i lie designates wicked and Biak Ful at a time lieu efforts of Good Luen of Jolli sides Are being directed to allay passion. Has not it it a sir Davitt asks done in so chief Eno Tigli if him , jr., coming for Wiir let now it the Forster of centuries he maintain stung irishmen to madness Anil Luli Ihl make the people of two Cui tries Iris. A Icli other so thai the it Cursell so Stein might be easier to Rule and ruin. To the Char a Madu in the pamphlet that in lis7u at a of Ion having been eng aged in a plot to murder Davitt replies thai what he did in 70 no proof of what he Oid in in of and inquires Why the . Which pretends to Tell the Truiti about the league does not Tell the whole Truiti about his share therein a i Prev up the the land league Quot fays Davitt Quot and 1 Drew up the to the Orua Nii ers from that time until the orders of Forster recognised me to a convict prison r made a Hundred speeches. Why does not Forster make quotations from any of these if he would tied me guilty of inciting to outrage and murder the answer i8, he cannot. I defy Hin to name an inst Ince wherein i did otherwise than decry Force and protest a Ainsle outrages. If he cannot do this he has no right to go Back ten Delvitt conc limit a with a High compliment to Toner Bart glad no and congratulates the Premier on having got rid off roster. The vacancies in the corps of cad to. West Point. N. Y., june .5.�?general Howard of to e Large number of vacancies in the corps of cadets that Borly Aier coming Fie re Fae had correspondence we re the Secretary of War upon the subject and had shown that for the last five years there Iliad then an increase in the number of cach 3, ear graduating class the average being Jefty four we Elias previous to Traat a re had been forty in. Iiene Rai Howard la believes the existing vacancies Rete Maui of tie Pef uple that the people he Oxild understand that Good academic b required for an Jipp Vicant to pass the went Point sex Ara nation and not an Ordinary education. Applicants might stand the first year but a Fec that to will Lind the examination rigid and severe. In fact so severe Liat the ranks Are rapidly Cut Down by finding. The general ridicules my idea claiming there necessity for a higher Clas in will tar education so to keep the institution up to High standing. He also opposed to tie live years course of studies it had teen tried once and fouled to be so severe and exacting that the cadets could not stand declines. After Twenty three years of Public ser vice sex Secretary Blaine Delmes to be a candidate for Congress. Augusta me., june Kennebec Tournai will publish the following to Morrow morning a very Large Nur Aber of prominent and Iol Noii tial republicans in every county in the Italie a Renati Iii several a All United in the following invitation to or. Blame cited May 18 re a Hon. James g. Blaine toe undersigned of the state of Maine fully inc local and National Imu Ortance of the coming Campaign in our slate a id believing no thief we Jirld add so much to the Assurance of our party Succes i the vre Stine of your name upon the of publican ticket respectfully and urgently you will Cou Cut to be Nomia Atco Congress a at Large and give the advantage of your candidacy and personal popularity work of redeeming thy or. Blaine has just replied follows Quot Yasini it ton june 3. Lion. A. P. Morrill Hon. Abner cot Jurn Hon. Oal Dow. Lion. Samuel e. Spring and others a very kind letter urging me to become a candidate for representative in con Grok so do been by similar exp res Mons from a Lar a Iii Nebr of Ino Desand i Pii it of Maine. A . M Gen Erril it cordite in of in ply Oeden a. Nas me to i i a the question Berio Isis i i All Beai ii. To measure my Fiji ignitions an a it a a Cei i in by duty. After Quot the fullest . I 1 idol con mra Lnch to with told my Naticc. I i Twenty tire i i a it in the Public ervice and Ile Rit in c of thu to a by that involved Nanies in the Poi eve of the Oover ninon"iac3 i Lii Ive a Yeii Iii Tondini to Lons Iukie cited private affairs nil from 1 not at this time turn a Side except with ii tick to those Olio Bave even a su\r.,Ger Darin upon me Tolian the l ret ii whip h in All years Hiis Noii ored Ine with Carnet support and with i wave Ink c dance. If i could myself to army was i cd ssi a i would sub oii.1iiatc All cons Oderat Iorii and at once comply Willi your Dpi Ciric but i can no i Alicr raise Llinat this the . The Jon Venison will not fail to j re Saint a list of candidate Tor s Tuat command a lie United and Hearty support of our Polnic iia friends. Moreover in Evory town hip Eal and Enki ii of the party be by the important if civ..ng a legislature that will re elect or. J la and Reserve our Ile publican Hyrc Nulli in the United states Senate which has been Jor Twenty eight unbroken. Toward ii be res i Small cheer Nuy contribute my fall Ivro of labor and not with Les Ell Rrt i Hope Al Canso i i Liall so Peak a private . Inner of cd Only in Igainia Ninf the of Hoiu id of publican principles. Through you i beg to return my thanks to every i i i Eiwan m the state w no Lias Noii Ord me wit i so f Ingul an express Lon of and conf deice. 1 that precision far beyond to in Pic Ilion to which you prop sed to elect me. I am gentlemen Quot very truly hours g. . 1 legislation. Moas i introduced in tiie House of ilex resent elves. Washington june 5.�?a Bill was introduced by butter Worth to a. Theorize the consolidation of the Southern Atlantic and Pacific Ali Silway companies with other co Tapanes provided nothing in the act shall be held to authorize a consolidation of parallel or competing lines Between the Pacific coast and ports on the Culf of Mexico or Mississippi liver or impair any right acquired by these companies under previous acts of Congress. The Bill introduced by a representative Ellis of , snap Lemenia to the acts to incorporate the Texas i a clinic hallway company provide a i that the franchises conferred by the act of Marci �5, 1871, upon that part of tiie Texas Pacific ii it and lying West of the Rio Grande at or near Elpaso May be Gratis erred to the Southern Pacific railway company new Mexico and Arizona and los Angelos and san Diego company California. The Bill makes it lawful for the roads Mari ironed to Nuerge Tutu one company. Curtin Bill relative to civil service pro Vides a it Point meals to the set ral Depa ments be appointed among Ciui Gressional districts representatives to make their selection ill the manner now followed in appointments to the military and Navy academics. Represent Tali be s Bill Quot to charge the court of claims with certain duties in cases of contested elections for reference of contested Eleccion chives to the Cotrit of claims for judicial ascertainment of the fact Issue and gives such cases priority Over All other business. Tiie Couit directed to investigate every Case referred to it to report the facts a3 proven and principles of Law applicable thereto and to state which of the part to the contest if either has been duly and legally elected. This report puget he a with Dis ending opinion if any and Pai Era and testimony Quot in the care Aie to be presented to the House of Lle preventatives of Congress for which t e Eie Hion Way held the Kiev a the decided prior to the first esd on of Congress for we Iii the election was held that one of the panics has been duly elected it inapt the duty of the clerk of the Blouse to in lace tie names of the Niem Bers Cert lied to be he cited upon Quot the Roll of members elect we Iii by the Issing la a he required to Coin Pletti prior to the meeting of each . Or. Jacwitt of new York introduced a Resolution that the Velary of the Navy be retires red to Supply the info Lunation stick aug in the recent re july on the following j Uin a 1 the Aggro ate expenditure on each steam vessel in tiie Navy including original Cost first built and All thereon since july a 1805, under All bureaus in separate Coli runs with a. Fair allowance for Tho value of All old and hew material belonging to the government used in , specifying the amount so sex ended under each administration since july 1, 18i5. 2. A classified list of All steamers in Tutje Navy also whether any one of the Navy Yards belonging to the United states prepared to Unuer thie the construction of the largest of steam vessels desired in the House Resolution for the reconstruction of the Navy Quot and just How much time would be required to get one Yard ready for work and the probable Cost of such preparation. In the House to Day 100 Bills and joint were introduced under the Call of Stales. In the Florida contested Case of Wither spoon against Davidson the committee will declare that Davidson Democrat the sitting member entitled to the seat. Overruled. Washington Rune 5, Justice cart tier and judges James and Adgner constituting the court in Banc to Day rendered a to decision upon the last motion filed by Reed in Guite Ati behalf. The chief Justice delivered his decision follows Quot in the Case of a Guiteau the judges who listened to the argument in that Case have come to the conclusion they have exhausted Timeir Powers of on it that they have heard it patiently fully and fairly and that re argument would bring no other conclusion than that already arrived at and they decline to reopen the for . Representative Heilman on his ear Over a presiden Tittl appointment. Special to tie sen tin Oigt Washington june 5.�?a rather intimate Friend of representative Heilmair of Evans Ville to Day stated that the congressman from the Quot pocket Quot now and has been for some time not feeling in the Best of humor at president Arthur. He says the president does not treat him with the con Side Avion his political exigency would suggest. In other words he has not received much Oli Ocial patronage a democratic District made Republican by Quot soap Quot should demand. Hence he Rul led in feelings mad at the president. It said that representative Heilman has for some time been urging fhe president Shackelford to the mexican mini Ter ship. Tho appointment hangs fire and the proceeding a Little Gauzy in the mind of the rotund German statesman. His Friend says that he went to the president or some one representing the president a probably Quot chum Quot Bliss a few Days ago and spoke some very Plain or ords the Gist of which was the appointment of general shackle Ford must be made and made without any More delays. The very , and carried Only by the greatest exertion and the extravagant use of Money All of which too burdensome for one who not recognized in the matter of appointments. If the president a ill not make the appointment he can take the finst congressional District of Indiana and run it himself turning it Over to the democracy far or. Heilman concerned. It said the president somewhat concerned Over the Little riot act which has been read to him and that general Shackelford will get the mexican tki Inister ship or something else and that or. Heilman to be fixed up in ship shape. Or. Heilman . He feels that office costs him heavily and Lac tie i Ary in 1 Ndia iia in Clieve he the Only re Public a in the District who can come to a regress and since it considered a very doubt til race this time he prompt to demand his Riti hts. spill . The Iii clone committee Gri ruling awl in on tie alleged wounded spirits crookedness. Washington june 5,, of Chicago president of the National distillers and liquor dealers association was examined by the Windom committee this morning and testified that he had raised a too from Kentucky distillers for the purpose of securing the of the Bill to reduce the tax to fifty cents per gallon. To accomplish this they intended to employ counsel and Send a Delegate to Washington to present the matter to Congress. however the Republican caucus had decided there should be no reduction feature has been stricken from the original Bill which now includes Only the Extension of the bonded Veriod. This proposition does not a text the interests of the Northwestern distillers it does the Kentucky distillers. The latter decree More especially the Extension of the bonded period and it was with a View of securing their co operation in obtaining by a subsequent measure a reduction of the a tax that a National association called on them for this contribution of . The fund still intact subject to the orders of Shufeldt to be used for the purpose for which it was raised. In addition to this amount Shufeldt said he had raised $3,600 from parties�?$1,500 in Cincinnati $1,000 in Lexington and $1,000 in Pennsylvania. Of this amount about i ,500 has been used in defending their customers from prohibition suits in Kansas and Ohio and perhaps $1,500 in defraying personal expenses of himself Shufeldt and members of the executive committee in Washington leaving about .$1,500 still on hand and not one Dollar had Ever been expended by the association in Washington for any other purpose than to defray legitimate personal expenses of Ollices of the association the witness had never been approached by any one with offers of assistance or Ai plications for employment. The witness was asked Why the Northwestern distillers were More directly a Teres de in securing a reduction of the tax and re plied that being largely interested in Export Trade Tho reduction to 50c per gallon wik ii would leave a to on the gallon of proof spirits 91 cents would help them to expo and also to Tell their alcohol of spirits for ii e at Home in arts and manufactures which they can not do now and compete Vii h foreign spirits instancing , which now can be imported cheaper than they Cau be. Made in this country owing to the High Rale of tax on spirits. Or. Lawley asked if the fifty per gallon on the custom duty would nut Iii Ore Thau outset advances derived from exp it to add. Witness replied it a it Oum not a ten or Paventy Gallons would be exported for every gallon imported from France. The Kvitne so asked Why his association favored an Extension of the bonded period and a plied it would be absolutely necessary fit a their salvation the Over production it if Kentucky whiskies would flood the Marker in 1884. Where 0,000,000 or 8,000,000 Gal ions would ordinarily be withdrawn by dealers m the Northwest 31,000,000 would be unloaded upon their customers in 1884, if the bonded period was extended so that the Only thing in that event which could save the Northwestern distillers from disaster would in the reduction of tax to Tifty cents per gallon Wlinich would enable them to Export their products. Another feature of the original Bill stricken out by the committee which the witness thought just and right Wlas that under which Tho vinegar bitters manufacturers were prohibited Troni distilling spirits to be used in manufacture of vinegar. The distillers of the country the witness claimed Lead always co operated Vith the government in securing faithful collection of taxes and often had discovered and reported losses and evasions. The examination of Shufeldt concluded the investigation so far the present list of witnesses concerned. Colonel Wharton at Orney for the Kentucky distillers stated they had been summoned Here at to inconsiderable loss and inconvenience and under serious charges and they deemed it but just to them to demand that the person who made those charges should be summoned before the committee when they the distillers Are Here. Or Hawley asked if he referred to Bull of the Washington critic and or. Wharton replied he did. The chairman announced that the com Mitten would Confer and announce the future programme later in the Day. The Windom investigation committee has decided to summons we. N. Bobart. Of Cincinnati treasurer of the Western Export association we. H. Jacobs of Louisville Secretary and treasurer of the Kentucky distil association and Hawthorne Hill of the Louisville commercial author of the alleged interview with Atherton. Capsized. The Schooner Industry wrecked in a Gule and All on Board i it rowed. Chicago Iii., june 4.�?a special from South Haven mich., sa3 a Quot this evening a the Schooner Industry from St. Joseph capsized just North of this Harbor. All on Board were drop Ned. The wreck was near the Shore and witnessed i hundreds but owing to the terrible sea it was impossible to Render any assistance to the drowning Crew. When first seen sailors were clinging to the rigging but were washed away one Quot by one. Captain King master was lat to go Down. He was at one time so near Sivore to be recognized by on the Shore. Part of the rigging came ashore together with a Board bearing the name Industry there no to the identity of the Craft. Gallant a fibres were made by the sailors ashore to the perishing Crew but the wreck was carried so rally t. the terrible Gale nothing c uld reach her. The severest storm of these Ison raging and it Ini possible to do anything except wait till morning v. Hen search for tiie bodies will be begun. , june 4.�?the inter Ocean has specials from Points along tiie East Shore of Lake Michigan stating Thetie was a very heavy Gale from the Northwest yesterday causing mariners considerable trouble. The Schooner Hattie Earl of Chicago Vas we Ter logged at St. Joseph. The Captain and family and Prev were saved. In attempts to Tow the David Macy of grand Haven into Michigan. City she was battered and the tug had Here Pilot House knocked or. No lives lost. Det Coit june 4.�?a special from St. Joseph to to j Post and tribe i a says Quot our citizens were horrified by a dispatch from i Uitti Haven last evening saying that Cap lain John King of the Industry was Cap sized or Itiat port and All blinds lost tie Cap Ain son and one de Collet user were the Crew. Captain King has sailed the lakes for forty years or More and was one of our old Nacijo Slatink for Frank Januies a Arda. City june of mrs. Samuels i nuttier of Frank James mrs. Frank Jumes l old be com missioner Craig and Marionl Murphy of Kausas City. Arrived Here and had conference with governor Crittenden today with a vies to secure executive Lor Frank James. Mvi. a presented prep ustious to the a governor. But what they were or what the Gove Iii a reply was can not be , none of the i arise will give any in form at i on regarding the matter. Or. Al. Haiie at Torney fur mrs jame.-, also bail consultation with tiie governor to Day submitted Tirre propositions to Hui. This it guiders Good can in from parties w of while they do not in any Way endorse i rank , nor Are they in sympathy with him so file his Are concerned yet believe that in the death of be James and the breaking up of the band the state has vindicated her Good name and that leniency to rank would to Good Public policy at this time and tend to restore peace and quiet. The of propositions could not be ascertained All from his p excellency Down refusing to Converse on the subject. Or. Haine declined to give any information amt expressed himself believing the application would have Force with the executive and sooner or later result satisfactorily. The governor declined also to be interviewed either on the subject or the result of the conferences and would say nothing further than to reiterate what he Hay said before Quot there will be no Pardon until after , and i will make no rash it Jiuu stood that his excellency declined to entertain any of the propositions on the grounds that he could not consider them nor take action in the matter until it came before him from Tho Law Ollices of the Western part of the state. Or. Haine Tolaini i to Quot the attorney for mis. Jesse James and not Frank James and it lid not accompany mrs. Samuels and mrs. Frank James to City but came Here simply to rear client citizens who believe executive clemency to Frank James a Ltd visible. The Iron Dia Kerg Cleveland 0., june 4.�?the excitement among the Iron workers More intense the non Union men held a meeting at Newberg this afternoon. About 5 0 were present. Members of the amalgamated Assembly were present in Large numb ans Atul took a part in the meeting making speeches in their interests. It doubtful i More than a Small number will resume Oik in the Pori Piug because of intimidation. The Ixcaco june 4�?everything remains quiet Antic in the rolling Mill strikers it Iron Dale. Talk w the them indicate the it they Epe it a Speed y a title men of the difficulty at put. Burg and instructions from the leaders to begin work Al Ain which they would be glad to obey. Rumours Are Curri it twist a ipg Tia Linn Are being Carridon wit i a View to a Similt ment Between the Empl iytr3 ind Emph yes on a 5 per cent. And i Ici it. Jik Cannati Iuzie la nothing new has developed in the Oil Cannati Iron Lerikos. A meeting was held at Covington Iasi night. In minors i agr a to what Ibe were. The to Day teems Good and favourable a a an caly adjust inuit of the difficulty. Thia the View most Iii Anu fact take of it. The workmen i avoiding the strike justify to fur Acmon on the ground that a Uruu Iitto i of their umber Olio last full the strike ii Riding terminating it la r of umber by tie Iii Nufa Tui Eis dec Eiting to the Terins fur which the workmen struck till Thia june on condition that the workmen would accept the Pitts Burg scale after the of june or of. Mer Cincinnati scale if Pittsburg should have none exceeded to Weir Power. A Kansas bladder. Law kick june 3.the body of an unknown Man was found to the River at this place to Day. He had undoubtedly been murdered in this Vicinity and thrown into Tjie River. There were eight terrible gashes on his head inflicted by some heavy instrument. He was six feet tall Light complexion Sandy hair red Beard and moustache had on a common dark suit and wore a Silver watch and Chain with a peach Stone Charm and a Gold ring with Quot a. 3i., june 28, 1872,&Quot on the inside. A clue to the murderers have been found and Ollices Are now in Pursuit. The probabilities Are be was murdered for his Money. A death Ileal marriage. St. Loois june 4, Augustine Hewett of the Twenty second United slates infantry died at san Antonia Texas yesterday after a Short illness. Stone thirty Houra prior to his death and after his Case had been pronounced hopeless by his physicians be was married to miss Katharine the eldest daughter of colonel Blan ton Duncan to whom Hoh been encased some time . Hewett was also very sick and not expected to live. Lieutenant Hewett was Only Twenty four years old and his Parenta reside at in Deport Conn. The strike. Reports from the different cities pos i Billy of an Early Compromise. Wheeling w. Va., june 5.�?All quiet Here. The Mill operatives have either scattered Oft on visit.? to their friends or on fishing and other excursions or Are at work in various Wajs around their houses. The strike has ceased to attract local attention. Nobody has any idea when or How it will end. The manufacturers express themselves resolutely Ever and show no signs of any disposition to sign the scale. They Are going to Pittsburg on wednesday in Force the general meeting of Iron manufacturers. Pittsburg june 5.�?the Iron situation continues without material change. The latest incidents Are regarded by the work men indicative of their final Success. A few Days before the strike commen in Oliver Bros it Phillips who employ men and Are the largest m of if the country ordered repairs for their a would require three Moutis to Complete. It now stated will be re Ady to run within a month. I r a have also countermanded for extensive repairs. The i m Obriuen Arn of the opinion that a a Hiie the manufacturers of this District Viii to resist the demands ii Syible Ulicy live determined not to Alloy those of their to get the better of thin a till on an indication Ora general break they will quickly follow suit in order to hold their Trade. Several firms have already been Coni pulled to buy Erister Iron to ii their contracts. The demand for Iron has improved considerably since tiie strike but manufacturers ii the result of a panic among dealers we Are afraid the strike will be of it a . Sirce the above written if been reported from a reliable source that the Elba Iron and Bolt company and Zug co Iron Mill of City will sign the scale and resume in a . Owing to the lateness of the hour this report could not be verified no member of either firm could be found. I eve Lann june 5.�?the Cleveland rolling Mill at Newburgh started up this morning. About 500 men Are at Vork. No violence yet but trouble to be brewing. A fisc too tune 5.�?t e pc Tori Seymen Lorre shocks have gone on a pwt Cable Sitiko to the number of 350, the having ref tired tie use of machine made shoes. Incidentally the increase of 25cen per Day on War a which a Ould be acc ded to if not. Coupled with the other demand. The strikers say they Are certain to win and will go to work in a few Days. There Little to note in the labor situation. Work was resumed at o in of the docks of the Joliet Iron and steel dui Paziy to Day under guard of a detach rtt ent of Pouch. A Large Quot gang of strikers hovered around All Day but there was no violent demonstration. Some fears were expressed that Ibey will attempt to repeat the exploit of attacking tie train the labourers go heme if Opportunity afforded. The detectives Are still without a Clew to the perpetrators. A Large number of arrests Nave been made but All have been Able to prove Riabis. It now believed it was the work of Bridgeport Young roughs led by a few strikers. New York june 5.�?fifteen Hundred boiler makers returned to work this morning Wakeham 5 a the operatives of the South Wareham Nail factory struck to Day for higher wages Ati june 5.�?tjie expectation that the meeting of strikers at Covington this afternoon would end the Iron worker strike Here was not realized. The meeting was Atten it led by 250, and continued nearly four hours in a session. harmonious though order prevailed. Much difference of opinion existed and while opponents of the present strike were not Able to carry their Point they succeeded in having a harmonious committee appointed to communicate with president Jarrett and if to have him to be present at. Another meeting to he held to Morrow. Meanwhile the strike continues. Cli Aranola for the week. Boston june 5.�?fiom the Post the following table shows the total Gross exchanges at then a of the leading Clearing houses in the United states Twenty five for the week Euling Jiulie and one Louisville for the week ending May 31 Quot ave work. 8513,507,114 Doilton. Philadelph Lilii. 51,99,r 08 Huiao. 51,0i9,2 w Ciuc Iupati. 10.800.01 0 St. Louis. ,6r amp i Baui Fuore. 11,270, j22 Pittsburg. 7 �75,i in sail Francisco. In ,l2.3 it j new Orleans. 6,>i6 ?,i7. I la Ilski be. 0,r.23,<ji Milwaukee. 7,i 2h,0 h provi Clevice. 3,172,.000 . 3 2h5 200 Indianapolis. 1, Jiw,0 0 Cleveland. 2,189 �?�477 new ,.i i,100,9i7 h Enford. \5l-l,.s i5 Peoria. I,02ri91 Columbus. 3.12 >,�17 portly till. A .7,491 Worcester. 7. Ills . 702, in Seraphis. 701, h Lowell. 37i ,ti77 syracuhe303 082 t-.tal.8 80.27 r 71 Oil id new York. 2 i ,7 in i 7 Columbus and Portland Are Dot inc brie in the the total. The exhibit this w Elk Tsotigh decidedly Wium brought into comparison with that of the corresponding Veek last year still shows up Well when compared with Tho Ligure of last week. Twenty six cities in the five Busin if Days of tie week just closed show aggregate clearings of $810,272 571, against $ h8,-005,075 in Twenty five cities during the six business Days of the previous Days compared with tie corresponding week last year. The figures Are certainly very unsatisfactory. The strike among the Iron men so Long impending now reality and the Clearing from the centers of that Trade Are beginning to show a falling a i. The i it percentage of decrease during Tho week Comitia red with the corresponding week last year 4-10 per cent against a decrease ot40 2-10 percent of last week and one of 34 3 10 per cent the previous i week. _ convention of hebrew Aid societies. New York june 4 a a convention of the various hebrew Emigrant Aid Socin was held to Day to take concerted action for the reception ii District Ilion transportation and colonization of russian refugees. President Henry of the society of this City called the convention to order. He said since december 188, $75,758 had been rec ived refugees cared for and about 3,000 located. But $7,257 remained in the treas tiry a permanent organization was affected by the election of judge Isaacs chairman Henry Mack Cincinnati vice chairman. George l. Yates of the mansion House committee London addressed the convention on the sul.j3ct of ills Mission to America he had advised the London organization to completely Trust the hebrew emigration a Aid society Here to withdraw from the principle of disburse ment by England to allow new York to receive disburse and exercise full control Over emigrants that new York should receive but a certain number monthly that the remittance of funds be unfettered by religious condition and finally that a larg a sum should be remitted lure in place of individual remittance offs against each ship Cut. The a subject of colonization was discussed and a report read by Julius Goldman who has been a joint de to proceed weird and report what he considered Qualli cation etc., for a successful Corioni to. Head Vised Ngi in i fhe transplanting of refugees in masvc.--, thought two funds should a Stabli Hod one for those equal to work on a farm and for those not Able to stand list the evening ses Ion Rop Ouitona were Radii Ted a Claring tie Nev Yorks Cieto the pare tit society and that it. Should live Quot control of Tho refugees. Chaunc on Tho i . N Kwh , june 5.�?commencing juice a charge a ill be made in the time table a f the Railroad by which in of Niaj Torrant train ii a ill be Quot at rec de. Tiie Western express leaving new York at ii to. 11 , will have no lir it ugh a Leeping car or Toni Section for Chicago am Inri in in North in or. That train in be confined St icily to Points having through Sec epic c.ir.=j for Cincinnati and St. i i Tiju i Pacific a Pix Iea Irig at o p. In. I arrive at Clivi i 4b a. M. Ilif Kenrud Day and Lute through car making Ion for Ali pcs Tirri i id Ortli was Terr . Service of the fast lit a Ivy no at a m. Dolly a vial remain for Raery i or Pittsburg and minis beyond sex we thug thai a sleeping car Sor Louisville will Ruif oni to Cincinnati. The arriving time if Rjii Traci at St. Louis has been c a get it i10 . The St. Louis connection for Iii tie limited of Viress which leave Dii it Gainsville i c abandoned theril at train a ill be run heretofore. Iii Iii Depreli Lauona. a it in it , Jane 5.�?general Mcdowell under Dato of san l Vancisin it .1 Neas Follo Quot Wilco Telegraphis on ii e 21 Peturis Bave a cached the Coli Nia iding of Boer at Apache of one citizen killed 1 by Fndia ii j Luar eed Hviid and a Ole fired on. Citizen i from slow in inc in Pii suit report lha rail in Tov re c.ivisiiv.ttdalla-. A cuu Riei fro Iii Apack a Jioras he Ami lived ii Poi by l i . Wilcox Rei ufos ii Avail in in of. I Tjwie Wilima Iele Grapher i in sister any lieutenant Jshii n. A Quot tic sixth ci.valry, of it Ili k the i Uhi on i a Abolin h o Cloi a in , and Kii de one Ludi Iii ived Capri cd Forl horses Aud mule i Ive or a a a Are Indian i in party v. To or red Over the Roii ii Al <-Ai-iiicu.v, Juno -1 a a tribal faintly Wil Oby the injunction of Bis Wil ceremony of cremation a ill be i it for the formed by Signor Prand Iua. New Youk june Jevc silents of Rue Variou Vigani Atic in City l ave dry idea to hold a main meeting to i borrow night it Giffi to their re Gifu at the i Cath of Garibaldi. French i Ziony panic Pate dispatches of condolence were Seui. I of the family of the Liberator. picked up Al sen. Or log if n. B., june 5.�?juse Marks landed Here to Niay licked up at a a after Drifting Riboul four Days without food or drink. He sriy he and ten Ohier left the Lishing boat to attend the trolls when of shut a hem out from the vessel. He Doe not know the Fate of the other Chi toe. , to un., Lune w. Til Lacfi. Cashier of the Shelbyville savings Ijanke telegraphs the american that inc article in the St. Louis Republican of saturday charging fraud against Tho president of that Bank in All material allegations Gros ily Tilse and libellous and paid of a blackmailing scheme. Won t i Eart a Kurt a. , dfl., june 5.�?johii g. Jackson tie gubernatorial nominee of tiie Green brokers writes he will not be the Lig ure Siead of a farce and a ill not a ept to i Nornie nation a Lesa ratified Byj it specially county meetings. He fun spoil a. Jim , june.�?the promo wed hard Glove fit Between Bennie Green an Jimmie Murray was prevented by the p Dice. Matiy sports were present from new York fro i Deuce and other Eastern cities. Ka.�x1.ksxakw Jirik. The Odd Clit acted who �3 a i dlr it so ii to Oil in . Philadelphia record an old Man in leather leggings Hunting jacket and tremendous Bot clutching a Long Rii a in one hand and a Leavy incan under his left Arm excited Joni id Erable won i Trent among Tho idlers at. The Broad Street station on Thor Sdiey morning lie stepped Frum the smoking car of the a a Ress train front the Philadelphia and Erie rail of i deposited his armload on the ovation floor a Iii asked for the of a Proi Piui it druggist. The old Niau hair we Iii had evidently been Wiite Ltd 1,7 uie it it i mom than the All Olied three i Core and ten xe. of life was Long and Liju in Tarig d Ioc i about his Sli ouch a i. A h Ivo Sci hid his of , and a would a exc Liciu for a Portia of a a a lip Van Winkle Quot in run county where curious in old Man lives he i i Kik in to or betimes spend years in Tho Mou Fains without being com by any creature emerging from his regret to bring the fruits of Hia toil to this Cuy in the uld incan he Brugui. With him on thursday Wlinich was filled with Bea Tifni Amber Culores Rattlesnake Oil his daily vacation consist in catching the deadly reptiles skinning them and reducing their fat to Oil which sold in Philadelphia and elsewhere for an almost fab Lou to amount. The mountains of Cameron county Swaim with the Nakeff and with Only a pair of hard leather boots and a lung stick pronged like a trip a old Joseph Martin goes out through the tangled thickets of the Mountain Side seeking the sunny Side of old logs and Small rocks turning Over the one and rolling the other Down the deep mulches looking for the venomous rattlesnakes which Lin pins to the ground with his stick thou catching them by the Back of the neck with one hand to cuts Olf the head with a knife. His Rifle furnishes him with daily food. Tiie snakes Are kept for several Days or until enough have been obtained to fill a old p t at his hut when their fat boiled Down into Oil. A dozen rattlesnakes will not make mor Jihan a Quarter of a Gili of Oil which j used by physicians in extreme Caes of rheumatism and upon delicate mechanical works such Small and valuable ladies watches. Superstitious Pei it be attach a great Deal of value to Rattlesnake Oil in cases of sickness and imagine that it will cure All the ills that fle.?h heir to. Old Joe Martin although not the Only manufacturer of the Oil in this state �8 the most famous and it it said that he Haa bean on the Moun men of the hour. A som arc bpm great scene Chicre Orr atness Ana a Vire a Ria Lihsi theml Udo o Thomas Henry Burke or Pei for. Iai i sr.-, Thomas Henry Pirke late under set Regii Al Ireland who w. Raur Decd on thief h of last in company Wilt his chief. Lord Fri co. A Vendilli Vas a son of the late wll Iam Turlure i it of Kuncic Spagur county Galway Ireland. He v.- heir presumptive to sir join Lionel Burke Bart and was Boru of the 29ili of May 1829. Jar. A Irue served Quot Bath the political parties in the govern Merit of Freland was a of detail and a a 11 n much beloved. I was a i Onipa Raively Linin Riim Ilio of Vidich still less would have been to a Bat for the tragic i Forest of his untie in inking off. Lord Frederio Cavendish i to Nikk for . The successor of or. Forster chief Secretary Tor Ireland lord for Derli Cavendish who was murdered in i to in Park Dublin on the of May la it wus born at oni Aon Pnno Hussex Kag find on the huh of november. if Slieson of the Duke of Devonshire. After he Quot graduation Al Trinity College Cambridge he by Canie private Secretary to i Yard a Ranville. This wus in 18-59. Five after he left that service and married the Hon. I it Lucy Caroline second daughter of lord . He was Toon after elected a member of i a iat nent by a York Ihire const Tuncy and uniformly voted with the Liberal party but never Maile conspicuous a member of the Riou j 1 1 common. The Victory of he Iii orals in till g i or ii election of i80o led Toni i appoint ment a Junior lord of the Treasury which to Sill in he held with marked ability and had de it lopi<1 Hoof no Promise �811 debater when his of tie Tolice resigned by or. T roster led to Lii mo.-,l foul Rau Roer. He was a genial aria i of and<.- Coli Moi , of Oul Ioor sports and rec peeled and beloved by Atli Lasack. Gains in Cameron county for a Quarter of a Century. No one Knovs what he does with this Money he does not drink he must have acc unrelated quite a f a tupe by this time a Well known lawyer of this City who has spent much time Libling for Trout in the neighbourhood of Loe Hunting , save that there an Bill Story of his having once been very Rich. He crossed in love his confidential Rufini Ugawa with All his Money and his so Celli Eart Well which drove him to his strange Mountain cum life. This the Lii it of of Back Vard Senson. Next wily he let go. Wall Street n. A now a pc ill sighed he pocketed the in cowl. A i be had hard Luck. You be heard of the a n uis Sycil a King mine i presume Quot a vim Quot i of Iii d that mine a you did old you no Iii anything out of if Quot to .1 Dollar. I had my Choice Between a Nirie and a Niue and i let. Go of the Juittie. A res Tiniuc Vou be Lizard of the Loyal Jack mince Quot they be Teiken out of that Hole and i owned it a in that so Quot a a True gospel. I held four Kin. And Tjo other Man held four aces and that the Rea on i let go. Ever hear of the Comstock l div Quot a of Quot Well 1 owned that whole business Twenty Tara a a what made you let go then Quot Quot Oouinn t help it could t possibly help Iti Juii or. List at that pint 1 win waited on by a vigilance committee and the Way i pfc ii / of that Richness a d retired to far of Lif lds of struggling poverty killed Niy ambition but saved my neck it i i Cal Verlato i be opened up $3 .h1.000,000oi wealth in my time and now All i Cau show for it ten cents in Cash acid the Consolation tha. I m booked for the better land whenever my take me i Ina lagged new York Boot Lack looking very plot by. Last week was eying Quot Shine a r books line pm up Tor a he got a customer who ked him Why he Only a cent Quot because i m hungry Quot be said. He got a Quarter for shining that pair of boots Quot of he caught you. Did he Quot 8tid a bystander. Quot you re the third Man he hooked and the boy was tetting face into a gloomy look to trap another victim. In an editor room in Fleet Street Lon Doti a Skull nailed up against one of the . Underneath written in Large letters Quot this Smith who did not like that article about himself and was rash enough to say so. 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