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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 14, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 19.indianapolis, wednesday june 14, 1882. Whole no. 1621the Star route cases. The unexpected baling by judge Wylie occasions a temporary postponement. Washingtont june 9, the criminal court this morning the government called sex attorney general Macveagh As Alifi first a witness in the Star route cases. Macveagh testified he had a conversation with Randall in Jirine 81. Merrick asked witness to give the details the entire conversation to the Best Hie recollection. Objected to the ground the witness must give the Date the interview to make it competent evidence and for other reasons. Totten denied the evidence was competent for any purpose in this trial. The Date the conspiracy was placed in 79, and this confession was made Long afterwards in june 81. Or. Lug Ersoll argued no one would contend that Randall s confession was intended to further the objects conspiracy. It was necessary to prove the existence Quot a conspiracy before trying to introduce such evidence As this. Mej Rick was about to reply when the court interrupted him to inquire whether nov it a5 prepared to assert that confession was intended to help along the conspiracy. Because if it was not regardless the other facts it a Only certainly not be Good evidence against Flat Udall. Or. Merrick replied he thought that the question could Best be answered by hearing testimony. Judge Wylie but you must first prove that there was a conspiracy. Or. Merrick asserted the confession was 4he possible proof the existence a conspiracy. Judge Wylie no i think you Are wrong and Quot the contrary proposition True. Merrick but the body dead men May never be found. Judge Wylie you must prove that he has. Been missing for a Long time before assuming Gnu to be dead. The court in answer to an inquiry by . Merrick replied even if he Shuhl be prepared to show that every one tie defendants had made i separate acknowledgements having engaged in a conspiracy it would not be adn i Sibie evidence. A conspiracy must be made out by circumstances. If this confession should prove that re Dell met Ceram the defendants certain , i hips it would be admissible. The prosecution should confine their Jues Tion to facts we ice would prove conspiracy. This was a very Zuj portent Point in the Case. Or. Ingersoll yes if j our Honor please it is the whole it. Or. Ingersoll closed Itie argument this Point Wlinich he regarded As the highest importance by saying that ii regarded the failure the govern Tient to i Rostice any authorities As Prima Lacie evidence thai the Law m As altogether his Side. At the conclusion Ingeri Uil s argument judge Wylie decided that the evidence was not Itomi Syible at stage the trial. When he satisfied from the evidence the existence a conspiracy he would allow this testimony to be introduced. Judge Wylie concluded by saying Quot a person could Only con net himself by confession and could not even do that until a crime was made out Quot Merrick remarked that course this decision would compel him to postpone the introduction the testimony he had proposed to introduce and Macveagh was excused. Or. Merrick explained he had himself believed this evidence was not presented at the Best time and he had Only consented to its introduction to oblige . Macveagh and another witness who were desirous leaving the City. After recess George j. Brewer a clerk in the contract division the Fos Tolice de Jar tent. Testified that Brady did not act upon tiie papers immediately upon their presentation. Some times Days elapsed Here were several Hundred them which had not been acted when brads left the service. It was the common prac tick which prevails at present to increase the service after the contract was awarded and before its execution was begun. John b. Sleeman chief the pay division the sixth auditor s Otyce the Treasury department described tha system payments. The Only via in which contractors could receive Quot Money from the Treasury for service performed was upon a warrant signed by the postmaster general. Although the witness had seen minor and Kerdell in his office at the same time he never knew their acting together upon any one contract. Adjourned. Attorney general Brewster was in the court in the afternoon. It ingers Ltd la causes Laug Liler by his sarcasm Washingto it june 12.�?the hearing the Star route cases was resumed. Amos m. Wilson one the journal clerks in the Post office department was recalled but his testimony was unimportant. H. D. Norton a chief the finance division the Post office department knew Iredell and minor. Iredell had Oil in been in his office. Norton a was asked what routes Iredell had been interested in and defense objected to the Sites Tion but the witness was finally allowed to answer. He said Iredell came to inquire when a warrant would be issued to j. W. A Jorsey and Peck. Minor appeared in his own interest and a for Vaile. Quite a number contractors held a Large number contracts individually and Many them employed agents to look after their business before the department. It was not therefore considered a unusual circumstance when Iredell and minor never conversed together in his hearing. In answer a question by the Foreman the jury witness said he did not know that Iredell had the Power attorney from w. Dorset but presumed tie official files a it uld show. In answer to the government ool Ansel he said Hia division had All data relating to these contracts and if a warrant had not appeared to be Correct it would have been returned to the auditor for comparison and correction. The orders for expedition signed by the second assistant postmaster general were examined and if they were found not to be in accordance with the Law the connection by the second assistant postmaster general would have been necessary before they could have been paid. At the conclusion the examination this witness Ingersoll excl linked Quot bring us another witness just like this inspector Woodward testified All papers received by him from . Brewer postal employee had been kept without change in his custody. No newspaper Man had Ever Seea them written an article in Bis room since he had Taen Possession Tilem. This witness was subjected to severe Cross examination by Nihon with the purpose showing he had confused and mixed up different papers and perhaps placed them in wrong packets but he maintained nothing the kind happen to his knowledge Al though they May have been misplaced through Accident. Merrick then offered papers they Are order petitions and affidavits referring to the different routes in evidence saying in reply to an inquiry he intended to present daring the trial All papers tile in the Deli apartment referring in any Way to con i tracts. The papers were then presented in r order the first being an order for increase r and expert ton upon the route from Kear i n�3r to Kent Keb. The defense made Point the paper was signed by one French and not by Brady As Sec out in the indictment a Long argument ensued As to the Adissi. Ability this particular set papers. The court ruled the papers might be admitted As matter explanatory allegations in the indictment. Exception noted. Brewer was recalled and said . Root correspondent the new York times had been in his room several times and had examined papers. Root had been introduced by judge Riley another employee in the Post office department who said postmaster general James had directed Root to be allowed Access to files. Together witness thought several weeks had been spent in this examination. After recess Norton was recalled by the government in answer to Wilson. He acknowledged he had talked to Bliss since giving his testimony and Bliss had told him he Hod made a Nii stake in his testimony As to the revisionary Power possessed by the pay division Over orders for increase and expedition. In answer to the prosecution witness said they could not Correct these orders the must pass them when they came from the second postmaster general s office they did however go Over the calculations in Case increase. Merrick again proceeded with the introduction papers. Of the Back one the orders for increase and expedition were the words Quot do this. Brads Quot in Blue Pencil and this Merrick asserted \ As Brady s usual method signing orders. While one the petitions was being examined my Sweeny said the signatures to it must be proved because the Law did not require such papers to be the files the department. After some debate the motion was overruled and the paper admitted exceptions again noted. The next paper was a letter from senator Saunders to the postmaster general in which Forth the need the inhabitants Loup Valley for increased mail service. This letter was dated Senate chamber february 6, 1st9.&Quot a petition concerning the same route followed and . Merrick called the attention the court to Interlink nations and erasures upon it tee words Quot schedule thirteen hours Quot according to Merrick s statement Havins been inserted after the signature the petition and before its filing. Peck s oath As to the number men and Stock needed to run the routes at tie increased Speed ordered was next admitted although the defense pointed out the fact it was dated prior to the formation the alleged conspiracy. Lett.=-rs from persons in Kearney neb., to senator Saunders asking whether the service could not be increased were read by Merrick and attention was directed to the fact that the increase and not the expedition was asked for. These letters had been referred by senator Saunders to the second assistant postmaster general with the ree commendation that the prayers be granted. The sub contract by which Vaile agreed to perform the service for Peck upon route for $980 per annul was Lead. Minor appears As attorney for Peck and re Dell As witness in this instrument. It contains a stipulation that sub contractor Vaile shall receive All the extra compensation allowed for expedition and increase. Objection was made and sustained to the introduction this paper and after comment by judge Wylie upon the smallness the work accomplished during the Day the court adjourned. A a shoved off Kasy. Lawrence kan., june 10.�?peter Vine Gard George Robinson and Ike King were taken from the jail a re this a morning at 1 clock by a crowd i giants and hanged from the Bridge. Sheriff Asher loitered All the resistance in his Power but was compelled to submit. Robinson plead for his life and fell his Knees three times while being taken from jail to the Point execution. King said when he was about to drop Quot boys let me Down the Man behind said Quot did you let batsman Down easy Quot and gave King a shove. The necks Vine Pard and Robinson were broken that King was not. To night the is talk revenge the part the coloured people though most them say the punishment was deserved. Vinegard who was considered almost worthless had his life insured for $5,000. St. Louis june 11.�?the Lynching the three negroes Vinegard Robinson and King at Lawrence kan., Early saturday morning was because from their own confession and testimony Given at the examination. It was conclusively shown they were the murderers David batsman whose dead body was found in the Kansas River ten Days ago. Batsman had just arrived from Brookville o., and intended to Settle near Lawrence where he had two Brothers living. He had considerable Money which fact the negroes discovered and with the Aid a negro girl daughter Vinegard enticed him Down to the River Bank where they crushed his Skull with a Hammer and threw body into affairs. Sugar from Quot Sor glum. Wash Koton june 11.�?the commissioner Agi culture has issued a circular letter to the manufacturers sugar from sorghum beets and other sugar producing plants in the United states setting Forth the results sorghum culture. Experiments made by the department in 81, from 135 acres Cane there were obtained 2,977 Gallons syrup and 165 pounds sugar at a Cost for cultivation and manufacture $8,-557. In commenting upon these results the commissioner says Quot the manufacture sorghum at the department has been found to be expensive and unsatisfactory. We file therefore such scientific investigation As is deemed necessary will continued the Experiment manufacturing can better be conducted by those who have thus far furnished us All the valuable information we have and this work i refer to the manufacturers themselves from whom is solicited an account in detail the work. The commissioners say the returns when received will be submitted to a competent committee Tor examination and in order to compensate the manufacturers for the work making these returns i propose to pay for the two Best returns $1,200 each. Each return must be sworn to. For the two Best returns the process manufacturing beet sugar in this country $1 200 each will be also Doyle Quot will explain. Washingtont Fune 0.�?doyle, convicted in Chicago having in his Possession counterfeit Bonds offers through counsel to prove conclusively the genuineness the $1,000 Bond plate How it was obtained and All about it provided the government will release him from confinement. The present investigation at the Treasury is for the purpose ascertaining the character this plate whether Good Transfer work merely counterfeit and if the former to ascertain How it was obtained from the Bureau engraving and printing and to place the responsibility where it properly belongs. Secretary Folger and other Treasury officials deny in most positive terms there Are any spurious Bonds in circulation the ground that if any Ere in circulation they certainly would Timve known something about before now. Doyle s friends claim he is an innocent and misjudged Man in this transaction and that they will prove it to the government. They state the boards found in Bis i 08ession Are not counterfeits but hands printed from a Genu Itje plate the Issue which however was Tot authorized by la. Adj Quot bet Ireen natives and europeans. Alexand Bias june 11.�?serious riots occurred to Day Between natives and european s. Several persons were killed and wounded. A number houses were destroyed. The police at first remained inactive. Riotous demonstrations later took place at the French consulate to which several those mortally wounded at the outbreak the riot were conveyed. The disturbances continued some time before the authorities took any Steps to suppress them. The English Consul was severely Hurt receiving a gunshot wound. An Engineer the British Man War Superb was killed. The disturbances continued five hours when the military appeared and dispersed the rioters. The greek Consul and italian vice Consul also seven Ely wounded. The British Man War Superb will arrive in port during the night and land 200 men to protect the British consulate. A boat will be sent to take off subjects who desire to leave Alexandria. It is estimated Twenty persons were killed in the riot but the exact particulars Are yet unobtainable. Cairo june 11, 9 45 p. far As ascertainable the rioting in Alexandria commenced the Street near the great Square. The immediate cause was the Stab Bing an Arab by a maltese. A natives collected Wieard the Street with Sticks and made their Way into the great Square where they demolished music pavilions and furniture in the adjoining cafes. Europeans Preci innately left the Square and took Refuge for some time at the French consulate. The soldiers were called out but the looked without interfering during the work demolition and bloodshed. London june 11.�?another dispatch from Alexandria save Quot the Rue Des sous inhabited Chetty b europeans was completely wrecked. The europeans fired from windows killing Many arabs. The latter made a terrible havoc among the europeans in the Street. The British Consul was dragged from his Carriage and beaten. Dervish Pasha and Arabi a a have left Airo for Alexandria. The e Gin r a British Man War was stabbed to ath. The Captain the British ironclad Luvin Cible is in charge the British consulate. Another american Corvette is expected at London june 11.�?a dispatch from Alexandria says Quot the British Consul was wounded the head with a bludgeon. He is progressing favourably. The sacked the shops Europea is. Egyptian troops occupy the chief Points in the Alexandria june 12.�?the report the murder the Engineer the British Man War Superb is not generally credited. Patrols the streets have been doubled. Cairo june 12.�?at a meeting military leaders it was decided to petition the Khedive to abdicate. It was declared if he did not he would be massacred. It is rumoured the cavalry and artillery will not join any company against the Khedive. The following report the riot has been received from Alexandra Cookson the English Consul Saj s when he was proceeding from tji great Square to the governor s residence he Sav two europeans respectfully dressed and Ai patently naval officers in Plain clothes knocked Down by a greek who was shoe and killed by a Soldier live Yards from Cookson s Carriage and others even closer were knocked Down and stabbed. A Soldier Cut at the consular Kavass with a sword. The Carriage the greek Consul was stopped a number soldiers and the occupants dragged out. The Consul was severely beaten. Cookson escaped severe maltreatment by the Coachman lashing his horses but he was struck the head and one his arms broken. The italian Consul was wounded by stones. The wife the austrian Consul was attacked and insulted. The accounts the origin the riot Are conflicting. A project to carry off the Khedive Dervish Pasha and the British and French consuls to the Citadel is freely discussed. Constantinople june 12.�?much disappointment is Felt at the Occi Terence the riots at Alexandria As it tends to interfere with the Mission Dervish Pacha and May Lead to a renewal the demand for conference. English and French ambassadors visited the Porte together to Day for the purpose it is believed asking Tor explanations. Vienna june 12.�?a proposition to dispatch men War to Alexandria to protect austrian subjects is being considered. The Abend Post thinks the event in Alexandria will Render military action instead Mere diplomatic intervention probable. Sending troops to protect so ejects. Paris june 12. the chamber deputies to Day m. De freycinet stated that the French Consul at Alexandria had been threatened and that the government would not fail to adopt measures necessary to secure safety to the French subjects. Several newspapers Here state that France and England have sent a note to the Porte and the Powers urging immediate meeting the conference. It is reported that the european colonies in Egypt have appealed to their respective governments to Send squadrons for their Protection. Conference at Paris. Berlin june 12.�?it is proposed seemingly at the suggestion the French to hold a conference the egyptian question at Paris and not constantinople. News received at London. London june 12.�?advices from Alexandria late last night state that the disturbances commenced simultaneously at three different Points. The object the rioters in a great Quot measure appears to have been pillage in which levantine As Well As arabs took part. A regiment cavalry and a regiment infantry has been ordered to reinforce the Garrison. A Telegram published Here says the official report the riot in Alexandria gives the number europeans killed As sixty seven. The Standard s dispatch from Alexandria reports that 1,500 troops have arrived there from Cairo. A dispatch from Cairo Quot says Quot at a meeting foreign consuls with Dervish Pasha the Khedive and Arabi Pasha a solemn engagement was entered into that the Khedive should tinder take to maintain order and that Arabi Pasha should strictly obey the Khedive s commands. A proclamation is to be issued informing the populace the a another dispatch says Quot in View the critical position Al airs Dervish Pasha has agreed to accept joint responsibility with Arabi Pasha for the preservation order. The surgeon attached to the British Man War Superb was badly Woun Dett in the Alexandria june 12.�?great excitement continues All shops closed. The admiralty received dispatches confirming the report the murder the Engineer the Superb. The fighting at Alexandria was a deliberate attack Ripon the counsels when proceeding to the House the governor and seems to have been confined to arabs and levantine. No English residents reported wounded. The times correspondent at Cairo lays the responsibility the riots Arabi Pasha. Dervish Pasha had summoned him to resign and there seemed no alternative but submission Defiance but since the not broke out Dervish Pasha has to Appeal to Arabi Pasha As commanding the Only available Force to restore order. Irish Neirs Dublin june 21.�?the Irish Bishops have issued an important address promising the support the clergy to the people peacefully agitating for their rights but condemning As the worst enemies the country men who recommend illegal courses particularly those belonging to social societies. The Bishops condemn the recent horrible murders but believe they were due to evictions which it is the Quot duty the government to Stop at any Cost. Dublin june 11.�?john Barry member parliament for we Fard county and vice president the Hoisie Rule confederation will Start for America shortly to reconcile the contending sections fenian and land leagues wit i -51 View to increased financial support Parnell s policy. The Bishops Point out that what is morally wrong can not be politically right. It is the indisputable right they say the Irish to live their own soil. It is right an d often the duty those oppressed either by st ate by individuals to seek redress by lawful Means. On these grounds the National movement has the approval 2>riests and Bishops and even the Pope and All just and generous men without distinction race Creed. But it is a notorious Means after the employed Are utterly subversive to social order. The address specifies those Means As refusing to pay just debts preventing he payment by others injuring neighbors in person property forcibly Law and forming secret societies and obeying orders thereof. The Bishops say under each these holds numerous offences have been committed fearful and prominent among them being the Quot hideous murders which even at the present moment disgrace our country and provoke the anger god and his Church. We declare it is your duty to regard As the worst enemy our Creed Ana country the Man who would recommend the commission any one the above named offences. We Appeal to All to have no connection with secret societies but to oppose them As alike hostile to religion and Freedom. Let us As sure you the National movement purged what is criminal shall have the Earnest support the clergy. Considerable instalment Justice has been within the past few j ears conceded to the tenant Farmers but to them and toothed classes particularly labourers much More is due. It is the duty both the clergy and people to press their claims in every peaceable Ani just Luanner. But the clergy can countenance no illegal Means nor be Sowers dissension. The Bishops express the belief the late crimes would never have occurred if the people had not been driven to despair by evictions justly described by the Premier As sentences death and which must be fatal and permanent provocation crime to which it is the duty the it government to put an end to As speedily As possible at any Cost. The address concludes with a pastoral Blessing. It is signed by Cardinal Mccade archbishop Mcgettigan primate All Ireland archbishop Croke Bishop Nulty and Twenty one others. Al dirty thousand people in attendance. London june 11.�?at the democratic meeting held in Hyde Park this afternoon to protest against the repression Bill 30,000 Persyns were present. Several English and Irish members parliament attended. Joseph Cowen Radical member parliament vigorously denounced coercion. Drowned leg Rouen. Special to the Sentinel Shelbyville lud., june 12.�?jerry Worland and Tohn Cheney two boys aged about fifteen years each went Hunting this afternoon and while Sittin Snyder a tree Young Yor Aud loaded the gun and while placing the Cap said to chen6y Quot suppose i were to Hoot you now Quot but what was his Surprise when the gun went off the Load Tak effect in Young Cheney s hip. The gun having been loaded with one shot the Wolf to will not be serious although very painful. There is course no blame attached to Young Lelaud. Willis Fleming a Painter this City while a ladder this afternoon fell from it the Stone pavement and dislocated his ankle. The Christiancy divorce Case. Washington june 12.�?the deposition Charles e. Mowry taken at Providence r. I., in behalf sex senator Christiancy in the latter s divorce suit against his wife has been received Here. In the latter part june 1879, deponent went from new York to Aspinwall the Steamer Colon. Mrs Christiancy was one the passengers. Before the Steamer had been two Days out from new York he noticed intimacy Between her and a Man with whom he was not acquainted but whom he afterwards met and knew As George e. Haight. Mrs. Christiancy and Haight were to Geilier almost All the time throughout the voyage and their intimacy was the subject unfavourable remarks. After deponent arrived at Aspin Wall he went by rail to Panama and mrs. Christiancy and Haight were the same train. When they reached Panama the couple went to the grand hotel and left for Peru a Steamer in Advance him. Uniform system bankruptcy. Washington june 9.�?the House committee judiciary authorized representative Humphrey Wisconsin to report the Bill to establish a uniform system bankruptcy. Creditors in cases involuntary shall give Security before Iii Sti Tuting action and if the suit be decided in favor the Alle ged bankrupt damages shall be recoverable. In the Case fraud any person maj be adjudged bankrupt but for failure to nay within a limited time i Iscove attachment Farmers shall not be so adjudged. Floating with her Bottom tip. San Francisco May 11.�?a Victoria British Columbia dispatch says Quot a Schooner 100 tons Burden was found floating Bottom up thirty Miles South Cape flattery. The vessel discovering the Schooner made fast to her but was forced by the heavy weather to cast her off. The name the vessel was under water Bat the words Quot san Francisco Quot could be nude out. Nothing is known As to the Fate her special come Vittese. Quot Washington june 10.-at the it quest the commissioner internal Revenue the Secretary the Treasury appointed a committee to count All internal Revenue Stamps and ascertain the correctness the accounts the internal Revenue Bureau prior to the ending the fiscal year. A singular Quot pros i. Chicago june 10.�?this a Lemoon mrs. Maggie Tangrea fell from the third Story window to the Side Alec a distance forty Jeet striking her head and shoulders and shei died the Way to the Hospital. From the a a a thai her husband and brother had a quarrel in the room a few minutes before and she was heard to say she would Quot rather 1 a in hell tbsp Ibert Quot the a up Posl Loq is it Trade. Jse View business in Tbs principal departments Trade at the a eci Dinc cities. New Yolk june 9.�?notwithstanding business shows still a very restricted volume there is an evident improvement in the feeling in commercial circles because the near approach Harvest under circumstances continuously favourable to a Large yield. The chief draw Back to the present situation Are the strikes at Pittsburg and elsewhere. Wheat declined in the Early part s ? the week bit closed at prices one to two events higher than yesterday deliveries Ernser grades. The Export demand is a a i title stronger and there is a fair amount speculation. Corn has been More Active speculation at irregular prices. Oats have been unsettled but close steady with More speculation. Business quiet local wants. In the lard and pork Trade there has been a Etter and Good speculative demand reported. Higher prices Are indicated by advices from the Quot West. The feeling in the Cotton Market is unsettled. In Wool the tendency is a Ehtle upward though the feeling is unsettled As to the new crop. Stocks desirable wools Are now very Low. The Petroleum Market is Active and unsettled refined is a Little lower. Exporters in View a Large production Are indifferent pc. In the freight Market there is considerable inquiry for Petroleum room otherwise very quiet. The cheese Market is very Ilam notwithstanding the Large arrivals. Yesterday was the biggest Day the season and Over 20,000 boxes came into the Market a in butter the situation is not changed. The dry goods Trade has been Light. The new business is not extensive. The country Trade is buying cautiously. Seasonable weather is Likely to improve the demand and the Outlook is better than last week in All departments Trade. In boots and shoes a fair Trade is reported but not very Active. Retailers Are Busy stocks will have to be replenished soon. Manufacturers Are still Active and have Large orders band and plenty coming in although the prospects Are pretty Good. The leather Trade is without a feat ire. A Trady business is being done at at old prices. The strikes Are having but Little effect Trade in american pig Iron As yet. Transactions Are numerous and the volume Trade no smaller than before the strikes. Scotch pig Iron is quiet. The Iron and steel rail business is Light. Tea Coffee and sugars Are Dull. Louisville. Louisville june during the week has been without a special feature. There has been a Boom in the provision Trade and prices at the close Are higher. The demand a Good with a probability further Advance. Cotton re Mains quiet demand Good offerings Light. News from the Cotton Region is not favourable for an average crop. The weather has been too cold for growing Trade the same condition As last year. Reports from farming sections Are better for Good crops than they were at the end May. In Leaf tobacco sales for the week were 1.670 Hhd. For the month 1,905 Hhd. For the Yeai 35,151 Hhd. Receipts this week 1.340 Hhd. Same time last year 1,700 Hhd. The crop 1881 sold to Date 29,388 Hhd. Crop isso sold to Date last Vear 25,672 Hhd. Crop 1880 sold to Date in 1880, 20,147 Hhd. The character the sales the past week is about the same As for the past month mostly common tobaccos a few Fine to select Hurley Selling at $20 to $28.5 one at the latter figures making the third Hundred at that Price this season. No change to notice in prices. Quot the Market for finished Iron is much More Active and considerable sales have been made at an Advance $3 per ton Over May prices. Light Sheet has advanced proportionately and is very scarce. Nails Are in Short Supply and May be quoted at an Advance 25 to 30 cents per Keg. If the strike keeps there will be higher prices still. Cincinnati. Cincinnati june 9, the nest time since april there has been nearly a whole week dry warm seasonable weather and the Farmers Hopes for a fair crop Corn begin to revive. Still there Are places where Corn is not yet planted. That which appears above the ground begins to assume a better color. Warm weather is rapidly filling the Market with Early vegetables and fruits and prices decline in proportion. There is a slight improvement in general business but not enough to make any marked increase in the volume. Groceries Quot have had a fair Trade with prices very fair. Dry goods begin to unload the summer goods that have lain so Long uncalled for. An impetus is Felt in All lines summer goods but the usual activity is wanting. In Grain there has been a weakening Market except wheat which holds up firmly owing to Light offerings. Oats have declined cents. Corn from 1 to 2 cents. Rye has declined 4 cents. Barley is almost out the Market. Provisions Are much firmer with a decided upward tendency except lard which is Dull and heavy. Bulk eats and Bacon have had a Sharp Advance to Day and pork is stronger and higher. Stocks Are not heavy and summer packing is somewhat neglected. Whisky went Down to $1.13, but to Day came up Quot to $1.14, and there is an upward tend enc. Money has been in Only moderate demand and has been mainly supplied at 6 per cent. New York Exchange is in fair demand at Par buying and 1-10 per cent Premium Selling. The Missouri Bank robbers captured. St. Lovis june a the Post dispatch s special from Kansas cite says the Brook Field Bank robbers four in number were surrounded in the Woods about thirteen Miles Northwest Kirksville at 6 clock this morning and finding resistance useless surrendered. They were taken to Kir is Ville Aud from there will be taken to Brook Field at 2 p. M., under a heavy guard two them Are recognized As Fox and Mootis the other two will not give their Nasals. Friends the robbers Are con Are gating at Kirksville and say the prisoners shall not be taken to Brookfield. A fight is is oked for. St. Lodis june 9.�?specials to the Republican give particulars the capture the Brookfield Bank robbers. Marciial Mcarthur Brookfield with a pc ssh Iden started after the robbers within an hour after the robbery was committed it and traced them last night to a log House oath Harper farm situated in the Woods about thirteen Miles from Kirksville. The Bouse was fortified to some extent and had Loop holes made by knocking the plaster out from Between the logs. The posse suit funded the House and remained guard All night watching it carefully expecting that the men would make a dash for Liberty. This was not done however and at 6 clock this morning the Robbera called ont that they would surrender if Safe cd duct to jail Ianda fair Triau after a consultation be tween sheriff Shaver Allan Coanta Ani marshal my Ashur and others the posts which by this time had become considerably increased by arrivals from Kirksville and other places these terms were accepted and they were ordered to March out with hands up. Not to be taken by Surprise the posse kept their places All sides the House and a Strong line was drawn up Bei it re the door. In a few moments the Leader described As a Man with a Long nose came to but with his Hanida Only partly raised. This was nos according to agreement and a Hun dred Guy locks immediately clicked and As Many weapons brought to rear him and in an instant his hands went up. The other Thtree followed Ait the sheriff 1 went Forward and took their arms. Seven revolvers and two knives were obtained and the prisoners were then taken to Kirksville by the Chicago. Burlington and Juicy Railroad from where they were taken to Brookfield this evening a special train and under Strong guard. The robbers Are All Young men arid have been living in the county about four months and had rented the farm where they were captured this Spring. They gave their names As Winfield Allen. Frank Ward Bert Ward Andi Ben Fox. Frank Ward the oldest is the oily one that is married and the rest live with him. They Are All under thirty j ears age and Good looking men. They Nave been suspected for some time and when the houses were stolen Satur a night As previously reported an officer was put their track who was Only a few hours behind them when they robbed the Bank. were found and Over 100 rounds cartridges masks and explosives were found and the House had every appearance a Small armory. One the robbers told where stolen Money was hidden eight Miles from Brookfield and an officer went to get it accompanied by Frank Ward s wife. Officers were Al informed where the stolen Bonds could be found. Governor Crittenden has telegraphed authorities at Kansas City to ascertain if any the robbers Are members the old James gang and this evening prosecuting attorney Wallace county Marshall Murphy and Dick Little left for Brookfield for the purpose identifying them if possible. St. Locks june in the Republican s Kirksville special says Quot the wife Frank Mason the Leader the Bank robbers has turned up $1,300 in Gold stolen from the Brookfield Bank. A special grand jury found indictments against All the robbers charging them with Robbins and assault to kill. They will plead to the indictments monday. They have employed counsel who will Endeavor to have the trial postponed until the excitement subsides. There has been some disposition manifested not to stand by the agreement made by sheriff Shever when the robbers surrendered that they should be protected from violence and governor Crittenden has been telegraphed to asking him to see that the terms Are carried review for the week. Boston june 12.�?from the Post the following table shows the total Gross exchanges at Twenty six the leading Clearing houses in the United states Twenty five for the week ending june 10 and one Louisville for the week ending june 8 new 810,783.967 men the hour. Quot some Are bom inf. Gome achieve Greathen Mitt some have great nest the not upon . Boston.�.70,007,080 philadelphia.�?.50,9-17,790 Chicago.-7,299,517 ,7t�o.>j st. Louis.17,128,803 san Francisco.9,777,625 baltimore.12,0s9, 221 louisvillo.8,701.306 pittsburg.7,878,973 milwaukee.6.c82,0ct0 new orleans.6,9-21,767 Kansas City.-.j.3,2tis,900 providence.4,417,600 clevebjud.2,2-16.014 ludlanapolis.1,78,000 llartford.1,600,195 columbus.1,215,439 new haven.1,204,169 peoria.1,102,426 portland.9 7,441 memphis.61,660 worcester.840,15 5 springfield.796,778 lowell.02 3,771 syracuse.-.-.383,970 total.81,086,230,588 outside new York. 275,391,611 Columbus and Portland not included in totals. The statement this week though unsatisfactory in Many respects in others shows improvement. The Quot aggregate clearings in Twenty six cities for the past week were $1,080,130,588., against Only $810,272,571 in the same cities the previous week. It must be borne in mind however this comparison is instituted Between a week six business Days just closed and the previous week Only five. As compared with the corresponding week last year though the percentage decrease is Large it is still much smaller than it was the previous week. While business has improved somewhat in the East and the percentages decrease have been reduced in a number Eastern cities in the West per Contra the depression in business has seemingly increased this falling off being reflected in the clearings at those Points. The aggregate percentage decrease this week As compared with the corresponding week last year was 15 per cent. Against a decrease 24.4 per cent last week and one 40.2 per cent the previous week. The str xxx. A secret meeting the Nail manufacturers a the Blok Nackers at Chicago refuse to accept the co4u,prt�mi8e�?other notes. Pittsburg. May 7.�?the Only thing new in the Iron situation to Day was a secret meeting 4he Nail manufacturers the West. The Eie eting lasted several hours and when it adjourned the manufacturers one and Ali preserved profound silence As to the proceedings. Vijh Gagos june 7.�?tbe South and West Side striking Brick makers have unexpectedly refused to. Accept the Compromise and return to work. The North Side Yards Are however in Fuh operation and it is hoped the others will Resonie to Day. Bubl2n&xoji, Iowa june 7.�?at the lockout this afternoon at Murray s Iron work amp seventy five moulders demanded the re employment three discharged work Mere. The company will not with the demand a land the men Are equally deter Sec incl to hold out. C-ib\tki.4sd,june 7.�?yesterday s arrests and mayor Herrick s Proem mation Seei a to have been very effective As the situation among the strikers is quiet to Day. Quot Shey have not congregated the Streeta. Bout i t 8re working. Camii Fairland md., june 7.�?th-� second 120 foreign mine i for the consolidation company arrived pics after Wax Dpi and were Takeh by special train to Eckhart where they arrived Abo it 5 clock in the afternoon and were immediately placed inside the police line. 7jhirty special police met them Here and the utmost precaution taken to protect then from knights labor and strikers int luf nce. The cars containing them were Unco paled in the extreme portion the City f and there coupled to the engine which Drew them rapidly out town As was the Civje with the first lot. Special police thoroughly guarded them from All outside . On the arrival at Eckhart the greatest excitement prevailed striking miners having congregated in very Large numbers calling to the new Meir inside the line to come out and desert the Corpany and they should have the striking m nera Aid and Protection. The Genyk ail Garibaldi re hero 09 Ita Maluf mity. Cit Emens subsided and the strikers dispersed without an outbreak. This lot new Man includes about forty swedes ten hungarians and the balance germans. It is said there Are Twenty five practical liners in tvs instalment. All is quiet throughout the Region to night. St. 7w�?the men at the Peck Ham Iron works located at in Miswick Twenty Miles South this City struck today for an Advance wages. The men number about seventy sve. Very Little is yet known about the matter. The molders at the Western stove works who have been out a strike a week two compromised with the Bosses and returned to work. The st. Louis stove works shut Down to Day for the summer. Pittsburg june 7.�?the Iron manufacturers the West Are holding a Long talked conference in this City. Manufacturers Are in attendance from Chicago st Louis Cincinnati Cleveland and other Points. There meetings have been held today and at 11 clock tonight an adjournment had not been effected. The meetings Are held with strict secrecy and the manufacturers refuse to give any information As to the proceedings which they Clairia Are not interest to the outside world and that any action taken will not change the situation its All Are firm in their determination the resist the demands the amalgamated association. The conference is merely for the purpose forming a stronger offensive and defensive Alliance the manufacturers. The conference has adjourned. J. D. Weeks Secretary the association says a new organization the Iron manufacturers the West was formed its object being to govern the question wages As Well As regulation card rate Etc. Tue meeting was the largest Ever held. The situation was fully reviewed and discussed and the opinion prevailed if an Advance was conceded this time the amalgamated. Association would next year demand $6.50 $7 per ton for puddling they then came to the conclusion that they might As it out now,.and it was unanimously resolved not to Ever Start Mills in accordance with the present Demane and every one present pledged himself to adhere to the Resolution. A Hoosier Bank Bobber. Brookfield mo., june 10.�?a special train with the Bank robbers in charge marshal to Arthur Aud fifty men arrived Here at 1 50this morning. A great crowd received them but no trouble ensued. The pros oilers were identified three As Frank Albert and Fred Mason Brothers formerly this county the other is evidently a new Comer. Frank is tall Darte and Brawney Fred Shorter and fat Leer Albert is tall and hard looking. All Are rough looking cases. Fraak Mason s wife has gone this morning under escort to recover a bag Gold Coin about 31.4.00 which she says she hid under the floor her Bouse. The four prisoners were taken to Linneus. The county seat this morning the circuit court being in session. The prisoners aia Reti cout and say nothing their past lie. They agree in saying that two them Are from Ludiana. A woman who is Young and pretty Aud devoted to Frank says she was recently from Ellsberry in�., and Only came to Missouri five weks ago she is keen and Cool As Are the men and no doubt is privy to their plans it is believed they will latest advices from Brookfield say the Bank robbers were taken to Linneas. The county seat to Day and placed in jail. They have counsel which they will not plead guilty when arraigned. The charge assault to kill As Well As robbery will be made against them. No More Money has yet been received. Mysterious Fon Derink a Vemel at sea. New York june 10.�?news has reached Here the mysterious foundering at sea the British ship Pehoda May 8 about Twenty Miles Northeast Porto Santa one the made la islands. The vessel was from Rio Janeiro to. Glasgow Aad the circumstances attending the loss show How weak May Baa British built Steamer. The pee do was an Iron vessel ,029 Toas Gross Register built at West Hartlepool,.englaed,.in 1872. Hence she could not be Tempe an old Nessel. A Tom the statements Twenty two the Crew who a Ere saved out a total Twenty sex it appears that in a moderate head sea she tracked amidships her dec&Quot.3s started .u3>, and she foundered in two minutes afterwards. Elf teen the Crew managed to save Ibe selves in one the boats seven others a Ere saved by Clig jog. To some the wreckage and four were drowned. Jeff Sardou a seau Iii i Washington letter. 1 Sloff. m. Levy new York owner Mooti oello the Forier Home that Mas Jef amp son a car Charlottesville ya.-, re amp in Goa yesterday and left the above named place. In regard to. The promised removal Jefferson s re gains to Glenwood Cense Tery near Washington my Levy says so we Aro concerned Ivo one has anything whatever to say about Monticello except colonel Thomas Jio Gibrson Kandolph a heirs and myself and und a no circumstances will the remains be removed from the spot. We have cared for them for oven half a Century and there they will stay. I have ced a guard Over the grave that no one might disturb it by underhand Means. attorney judge Wellam j. Robert sob Charlottesville. Says that no one can touch the remains . Jeff Terrion. Mrs. Mickleham has no right to Audi a Cize any Peison association to remove these remains. A ,.following is a copy the letter which explains itself Charlottesville va., june 3.1882. It Edge Bartlett member Board trustees Glenwood cemetery Washington sir As Legal adviser the owners the Monti cello graveyard i am instructed by them to inform you that they will not allow Jefferson s remains to be removed to another cemetery. The said owners . The graveyard being the heirs the late colonel Thomas Jerson Randolph executor Jefferson and residuary Tega tee his Mother mrs. Martha Jefferson Adolph who jointly with him signed the deed conveying Monticello to its purchaser in which deed the graveyard is reserved and exempted from the Sale Are by the Laws Virgo iia. Sole custodians the remains Jefferson which they will under no circumstances allow to be removed from the spot which he himself selected As their list resting the publication 01 certain communications to your Board said to have been made by Jefferson a 80le surviving grandchild and your action thereon Call for this communication to you. R. J. H. Duke attorney for the he Wiik scalps gone up it Ilos Angeles a Man from Tombstone Aram oaf Tyr a purse $2,500 has been raised the Calls were in rain and after an hour Allex Indian scalps at $10 apiece l /

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