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15 Mar 1882

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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 15, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 6.indianapolis, wednesday March 15, 1882. Whole no. 1608 it seems almost impossible that Auy Ono can doubt the Efficacy Ondr. Schenck s medicines or the cure of after Reading tie evidence we publish in this paper. The people who give these certificates Are Well and favourably known in the communities in a Liili they reside and Many of them have kindly offered to answer any communication from those who Are afflicted Avith disease Throat or lungs. For other certificates of Bur Send for or. Schencks Boole on consume ution liver complaint and j i Spesia. It fives a full Clescri Pinion of these diseases in their Darious forms also valuable information in regard to the diet and clothing sick How and Lomeii exercise should he taken tar. This Book is the result of Man yearn of experience in the treatment of lung diseases and should he read not Only by the afflicted hut by those Icho from hereditary taint or other cause suppose themselves Lia the to any affection Throat or Langr,.Post-paid, to All applicants. Address or. Ii. A Cliency amp son . Box 2833, Philadelphia a. Go and see the people who write the following letters if possible. A Gentl Ranii Wigt it no Wii in Zaire Seville Dresden and Colic Toni writes from pm Kin Iii. A or. Sci Sci car sir in Llic Printer of i uns Iod by three prominent doctors my Wile Iliad consumption and Liat she could not live until Spriner soon after to Iii Quot a Friend who lives in , Ohio recommended your medicines to Lier but living been told that she was , we had no Faith in Licin. 1-Iit Fri Tui a ally Broyhi her a bottle of your Pulmonic Quot strop and insisted on her iriving a fair trial. She did so and thank god by its use her Lilc saved. Sle is now entirely Well. I am Here As Wells in Zanesville Dresden and Cohocton and Woi i Reler you to the druggists and others in these towns who will remember my Case As i crib d one. I have a recommended your medicines cat Many and Lave never ten in to in making cures where they i ave been i Iven a fair trial. I am induced a Send you Liis by the thought that it will be of auth great use to suffer inf humanity. Nov. Is a. A. A. White proprietor House Pekin i. Another Casi it of cured at in i Orte i my. La Portii-.-n., it or. Sch Sci Jan. , Issi. F about twelve years Alfo i was dangerously ill with lung lever. I had great trouble in Breattie Imp every breath i Drew caused me pain. I had three doctors ire tint me but i grew worse All the time. 1 was at that Ime connected with the Lake Shore . . One of my fellow clerks induced me to get some of your medicines saying that he had used them himself with entire Success. 1 sent for some of your Pulmonic syrup seaweed tonic and Ivi Andrake pills. I used them according to the directions and in a Short time noticed a marked improvement in my health which kept up As i continued us inf your medicines. After taking several bottles Sacii Pulmonic syrup and seaweed tonic i got entirely Over my sick Noet. Since that time i have re commanded your medicines to Many other people living in la Porte who used them with great Success. F. W. Nebelthau of la Porte . Consumption cured read this 21>etter from or. Ittie of la Porte ind. Pokk lsd., or. Schinck Jan. Cist is8i. / in the year i suffering consumption and had gotten so that i had no Hope of Ever getting Well again. I waited for death to put an end to my sufferings. There was one of my friends who was persistently trying to have me use your Pulmonic syrup and seaweed tonic but i utterly refused to get any More Medicine. 1 was disgusted with Medicine. I had tried so Many different medicines without being helped by any. Finding that i not to be persuaded he bought some of your Pulmonic syrup and seaweed tonic himself and brought them to Rae. I at first refused to touch them. I did not want to be experimented on but finally consented to use them merely to satisfy him. Not that i expected they would do me any Good. I commenced taking the Pulmonic Quot to run and seaweed tonic and to my great Surprise Felt almost immediate Relief and was encouraged to continue using them. My condition improved under their use until in time i grew perfectly Well no Trace disease remaining. My lungs had healed up and grew stronger than Ever. I was pc Ltd Manenty cured As i have had no trouble wit i my lungs since that time. I owe my life entirely to your medicines. Nothing else saved me. 1 will Bear cheerful testimony to the great Virtues possessed by your medicines. 1 know of several other cases Here where your medicines have been used with entire Success. 1 am Well known Here being one original German settlers in la Porte ., and having been in the livery business for Many years. John it tick. N. B. Lean and will if necessary swear before any Justice peace to All that 1 have said in the above statement. John it tick this is to Chr Tiff that we have sold the medicines mentioned in these certificates to or. Nebel Thau and others and their statements Are authentic and reliable. Fred k West amp . Druggists. Troin or. Harley p. Hopkins of Providence b. I. Lie is cured of consumption let a or. Schenck s medicines after beings Iven up to die by Somo Best pm Iasi cans of Tho City Dis. M. Scinie Nyk dear sir i have been cured of what three Best physicians of this City told me was consumption lungs by the use of your medicines. 1 was first attacked with the disease in october i33o, and although i was from that time continually under the care of a physician i grew worse and verse until at last i was confined to my bed. I can hardly say that i was first attacked with the disease in ibo for my lungs had been weak for Many years previous to this and i would quote often have severe pain in my breast if 1 took the least cold or exerted myself too much in any Way. I grew worse Ray cough became very bad i had night sweats so severe that my bed through the night would be As wet As though water had been thrown Over me. I was continually raising blood and Large quantities of offensive matter from my lung and at last had All the Well known symptoms of consumption in its last stages. At the request of my family my physician called in Tavvo other doctors of this City and they after an examination agreed that my Case was hopeless. They informed my wife that i had better be told that i could not live As my time would be very Short for arranging my worldly affairs. They also said that no Medicine would be of any use to me. The next Day my Friend or. A. I. Leith hearing of my condition sent me a bottle of your Pulmonic syrup thinking it might relieve my cough and make my expectoration easier. I began using it never even hoping that it would cure my but finding great Relief from its use when the first bottle was gone i sent and got More so i continued stun til i Nad used seven or eight bottles. All this time i was in bed and was so weak that i had to be lifted. This was not a difficult thing to do however As i Only weighed about to pounds. As i have said i commenced the use of your Medicine with no thought of its curing me but after taking the eighth bottle i would sometimes feel a Little hungry a thing i had not before done for Many months. 1 omitted to mention that after taking four or five bottles Pulmonic syrup. I also began taking the seaweed tonic Atka i also took some Ria Drake pills. It is needless for me to give you an account of All my feelings during my recovery. Of course it was slow but it was also sure. 1 gradually gained strength the character of what i raised from my lungs was changed not being so offensive and at last i washable to get up and walk about my room. From this time my recovery a rapid. I gained flesh fast and soon went out doors and now i air entirely Well i wonder to All my acquaintances v. I saw me i was so . I weigh pounds appetite Pood and lean truly say that i never Felt better in my life. Icon Sider your medicines As wonderful in their effects. They have saved my life and 1 feel so thankful to you that i am ious that All who Are suffering w Ith lung troubles should know How Good they arc. Of course. I can give a better account of my ease telling of it writing my if Quot by who read this arc Irsic Restuc they Are Welcome to Call on Rae Atiat residence. Yours truly May Loh Issi. Harley p. Hopkins no. Howgil pit., Providence r. My. 1. It Iio Wiric Styc lord going a Eilerton or. So Licnik of is an old resident of Providence. I Mcnown Jilin Well for the l St fifteen year -&Quot.,ind i can assure the Foj Colic Llinat lie has a Tumi a Inard to his ind recovery is strictly to pc. My s considered a con Surapi ivc in Tho last of t e disease by his physics Briand Iii in ,.i i 1 sch i. That is recovery is entire in clue let it the a it Cor or. Schenck s medicines May Iyih a Sii. M. I. Lentil is no. Raj North main St., Providence r. 1. i Jii to cured. New Yovick Quot i i Sci Fenci nov. Styli Lasi. Dear sir in looking Over one i your books in which i find so Many Rixom minding your medicines i have thought to myself Hov negligent 1 have been in not nicking Iny Case Public that others the warning. In visiting my friends in Nev Jersey a Short time since Niv Aitken Tion was Drav ii to the Many advertise Iichi i i Large letters on different Iii lungs ind Victor. Schenck s Pulmonic syrup seaweed Totic and Mandrake pills. As i looked at these tears off rat Imide fell from my eyes and i Lii ugly a vhf it a Blessing that such a Man As or. Screnci should be sent among i s. Years ago i contracted a Leavy cold which settled on my lungs. 1 look things that were recommended for Cokis but nothing seemed to relieve me. I made Gallons of syrups wit i Many different kinds of herbs still i . No better. My husband would consult doctor., but Lilicy gave him no encouragement Only Aid i must die. I had then been afflicted Over 7 Carr. Otic of Iny sons came in one Day and said to Iii Quot Mother i have heard of a or. Shenck that is making great euros in consumption will you Sec him f had Given up All Hope of recovery but he insisted upon it. Consequently. I was taken Over to or Schenck then in Bond St. He examined my lungs and gave my encouragement. 1 took the in ionic syrup seaweed tonic and Mandrake i Lis about months and Felt As Well As Ever i did. I have enjoyed Good health Ever since and if any of Iny family take cold it is our Only medic Iii. I am this Day 67 cars of age and can walk and attend to Busi kiss As Well As Many at 40. Ii there Are any Itiat wis ii to know the particulars of my canc they Are at Liberty to Call on me. Vours truly. Mrs. Sarah lava sex 334 West i5tli St., new York City. Hereditary con Pimption cured. Or it. Scipien ii dear sir in the autumn of 1 5-7 i a of a severe cough with terrible pain in my sides and Between my shoulders. I had very Little appetite and what Little i could eat Only distressed to. I consulted , who said was very bad one and gave live different cough syrups and tonics from which i received no Benefit but seemed in grow worse and kept losing Lilesii and strength. I had night sweats and sweat most time during the Day. 1 coughed and blood and a Erdt Foamy phlegm my Throat was filled with ulcers. Could hardly Swallow sometimes i could not a loud word for weeks my lungs More p. In Ful every Day with difficult breathing while i it Levi. Isy pains w Ould almost Stop my breath. I had Colic pains sour stomach and vomiting up everything i ate. My whole body was filled with pain. I could rot lie d own but had to recline in r. Sitting posture to breathe. I gave up and did not think of Ever getting up again As it was hard moving myself my feet and Ankles began to swell badly and my hip s had Given out Long before. In this sinking condition i thought 1 Rould try your remedy for consumption it might do me some Good it could do me no harm for i was certain i could not live a month longer the Way i was. At that time. May 1878,1 procured your Pulmonic syrup seaweed tonic and pills and took them As directed. In a week i was better and began to throw off from the lungs a greenish yellow matter streaked with blood could eat a Little without throwing it up the pains in my sides were not so severe i could sleep an hour very soundly and that was what i had not done for three months. 1 took your medicines six months my cough got better i did not sweat so bad nights kept gaining slowly and in a year after i began your medicines i could say i Felt Well. I began to gain flesh and last september weighed one Hundred and thirty five pounds fifteen pounds More than i Ever weighed before in my life. Your medicines i know saved my life and i would say from my own experience to a l consumptive take or. Schenck s medicines for they will certainly cure you. I had consumption it is hereditary in our family my father and two Brothers having died of it. I have had better health the past Winter than for ten years previous. Yours respectfully Sarah a. Carter. Carlisle mass., april 5,1880. Disc Iarj de from the army in the stages of consumption. Cured by or Schencks medicines. Statement of or. Julius Boyden of Providence r. I. I was discharged from the u. S. Army in june is an incurable consumptive. My discharge Reading thus Advance stage of consumption i was advised by the army surgeon to live out doors As much As possible. He informed my friends that i was incurable but that with care i might be made comfortable for a time. My cough was almost without cessation. I raised matter from my lungs in Large quantities and i had All the other Well known symptoms disease. I took Many remedies without Benefit. In september i went to see or. Schenck and soon after began to use his full course of medicines. 1 soon Felt their Benefi Cial effects my cough growing and less and my strength coming Back to me very fast. In the following Ajril i was entirely Well and came to Pron Dence and went to work. From that time to this i have been entirely Well not spending one Dollar for doctors or medicines for myself. I therefore know that or. Schenck s medicines Are Good and reliable in lung disease. My cure was considered almost a Miracle by those who knew me when 1 was discharged from the army. Julius Boyden of Boyden amp Whelden grocers no. 574 n. Main St. Providence r. I., july eth 1881. Formerly of South Walpole mass. it produce Sci Flessati the stomach for nausea or griping. Of the , they Are so mild and agreeable in their astion that a person suffering with a Sicic headache sour stomach or pain in the bowels is speedily relieved of these distressing sym Tobis. The act directly on the liver tie Organ who Cut. When in a healthy condition purifies the blood for the whole body. They Are a perfect preparation great and Well Kii own remedy mat Drake or a remedy that has displaced the use of Mercury As Well As Many of Jer poisonous drugs in the practice of every intelligent physician. Prof. John King College of Medicine of Cincinnati say amp Quot in constipation it acts upon the bowels with to disposing them to sub Sequeria Cost Veness. In chronic liver complaint there is not its equal in the whole Range of medicines being vastly More useful Nisan mercurial agents arousing the liver to healthy action increasing the flow of bile and keeping up these actions longer than any other agent Vith who we Are Acque acted. See american Dispensatory Page 720. In All cases of liver complaint or a sep a where there is great weakness or debility. Or. Schenck s seaweed tonic should be used in connection with these . Schenck s medicines Mandrake pills seaweed tonic and Pulmonic syrup Are sold by All druggists and full directions for their use Are printed on the wrappers of every package. Take or. Schenck s address now and Send for the Book mentioned in the beginning of this advertisement. General . Scheiv cars Mandrake pills Green backers. The platform adopted rat a session of Fiat. Brethren. St , March Greenback convention consumed nearly the whole Day in discussing a platform and after Many speeches and much wrangling the following majority report committee was adopted your committee not deeming it the wish of this convention at this time to create a absolute division existing Greenback Organ leation but rather ii possible to secure a United party on Uch fundamental principles and measures of Reform As shall secure this in the near future have formulated the following in lieu principles and measures second Section Chicago platform resolved to substitute for said , we demand the immediate abolition of All state and National Banks of Issue and that Congress shall provide by for the circulating and issuing of in findable full Legal tender paper Money not a Promise to pay and not to exceed in amount the present interest bearing funded United .. To substitute the present National Bank currency and pay the current expenses Jover neut. And we demand that All fun dlr or refunding claims be repealed the Bonds declared due at once and payable and that the total Revenue government be appropriated for their speedy payment. To give Force and elect to the.=e measures for Security and Harmon in Tho Chili Maii and committee elected by Titis convention Sho Tild open correspondence Alrh the chairman National committee National Greenback labor parly to withdraw their late proposed Call for a convention 011 the Iii Erninie in their to 0. It inn and in Lien thereof a formal foregoing Rej of Littion in lieu of said second Section Chicago platform. Our said Nii Titial omit the failing to secure Stich recognition Jiuu Pamental Princi ides Greenback labor party to the satisfaction chairman and m Moju Rity thereof then they Are authorized to a Allau indent Neui nation so Oon Venetiou of All True Green backers such our Damento in. I Stires of Reform in lieu of second Section if suit Chicago i i inform not lat to than novem Lier 1, is at such place and on such basis of i mutation is Tivey ratio Ltd Era , and our comic ittes on Arlen Stancieu to proceed with the work of forthwith on a Chicago ulal Fitria with Section substituted As aforesaid. I Bis convention declares its cordial skin Pithy to tiie Jile of Ireland in their struggle a Aust their oppression. Be deprecate the rapid growth of land monopolies in our country and favor prompt measures for preventing the a tire act Nisi lion of land in Iee simple 160 acres. U e extend our sympathy to All local Organiza i Ohk labor clubs Farmers alliances Ami to Noj Ioly clubs Temperance end nil other org Iii / it Lions Havi Ugin View a moral Reform in Moi Olies or consolidated capital and cordially Iii vice Hera to join with us in a United crust de Lor the overthrow of their legislative i in oaten Nentis. After the adoption above plat irm. Autiel Hill of Rhode Island offered a Resolution which was adopted setting Forth that if the objects to be Obi sued As exp refused in the platform Given above Are not consummated by the Iola of Totne next Hen the National executive committee elected by this convention be to the minority report submitted by tie committee on platform of this convention As a supplement to the declaration of principles Greenback labor party now assembled. This minority report is a Long document t adored by the More Radical delegates and its resolutions Are epitomized As follows 1. The abolition of state and National Banks. �?�2. Demands that Ell outstanding Bonds Shull be declared due and that they be paid Oil with moneys on hand or to be issued by the govern-nie5f, monthly instalments and the passag j of a amendment prohibiting the Sale or Issue of Bonds. Demands the exemption from Sale for debt or taxes of a Homestead of s2,goo value. 4. Public lands to be held for actual settlers and no Grant of Over Ico acres to be made to one person. 5. The establishment of a Bureau of National statistics. A it. The election of All members Legisla Tuie and congressmen by n popular vote at Large without regard to county or District lines. 7. The election of president and vice president by a Poji ular vote election of United states senators by the people direct foreign and of electors of customs to be elected by the National Assembly in joint session. 8. The Power and growth of railroads to be Emited by legislation Charters forfeited for Stock members of Congress interested in any Bank Railroad or any other corporation to he deprived right of voting on any pending measure affecting corporations. 9. And person Over Twenty one years Witti Onixt regard to Quot sex to be entitled to the right of sufi rage in All popular and to bold Otyce. then adjourned subject to Call National committee. Major Lee Crandell Secretary National Greenback labor executive committee was Jire sent to Day and used his influence to bring about Harmony Between the contending wings and killed. A Suville March special to the american from Mcminnville says. M. Davis the celebrated Raider of Moonshiner was waylaid and killed this afternoon at l to three Miles from Mcminnville. Thomas Vickers who was Voith Davis says there were Twenty men in the gang Avo did the shooting. The body of Deputy United states collector Davis was brought to Mcminnville this evening after the inquest. His Asi assigns were concealed behind an embankment of logs covered with fresh Cut Cedar boughs and were armed with shotguns and pistols. Vickers the companion of Davis was Riding by his Side. Campbell and others were following a Quarter of a mile Back. When Davis was shot off his horse Vickers Rode Back to the others Revenue party. Campbell and party coming up saw one assassins run out from the Brush and put his pistol to Davis head and shoot. Oyster cans were found behind the Ambuscade freshly opened. They had been purchased in Mcminnville at Martin s store. Davis brains were shot out and to Here were thirty l Bullet holes in his body. of a division stalwarts Tlle president Jjck Terminey to Kun Tho Maehle. Special to tie Sentinel v Ashing tour March 11.�?thereare re Morin Here to night which seem Airt Sintic that there Hai been a division stalwarts and hence Forward president a Minjir proposes to run his own a machine and build no for himself a Little Empire of his Ewo even though it be of Short duration. The trouble grows out tendering position Bench to sex senator Conkling. President Arthur has claimed to be an ardent Friend to senator Edmunds of Vermont. David Davis before the name of or. Conkling was sent to the Senate asked senator Edmunds if he would go on the supreme Bench As associate Justice. The senator said he would. The vice president told it. Arthur that Senato i Edmunds it Ould like to retire on a Justice ship the name of a. Conkling was in the Luin Sof s Secretary of by sent to the Senate at Tho time but the preside rtt did not so state to or. Davis. He was waiting to see if or. Conkling would accept if not then senator Edmunds should have it. Senator Edmunds called on it he president after or. Conkling had declined with Dis Gus and disdain the Honor. Or. Arthur urged Senate a Edmunds to accept the Posi tin refused by Conkling. The proffer insulted senator Edmunds he spurned it. Quot but Yon told vice president Davis that you would accept tue appointment Quot said the pres Dert. Quot sir quota Aid senator leg munds Quot i have changed my mind. I am not a candidate for cast Oft clothing Quot and he left presence of . Firm Rumor further has it and the work administration during the week strongly indicates it that since receiving the caustic letter of dec Leni Ion a for or. Conkling has vowed that he was now even with the disgruntled chief that he had paid him All the he owed and that hereafter he would not Only keep his own counsel but would run matters to suit himself. So As the matter stands under the present circumstances sir. Conkling and senator Edmunds Are counted out in so far As the presidential favors Are concerned. A Stalwart sex senator not in the City said to night that there is Little doubt that there is brewing if it is not already accomplished a decided split in the ranks original Stalwart file and that intends building up a party for himself believing that while there is much Strong ability in his ranks already that there Are so Many objections to his leaders and advisers that he prefers building from the ground o a having the patronage government and two years time in which to accomplish it. It is not believed that there can be a coalition formed Between the dismembered stalwarts and Blaine s followers. There will either be a third faction Ilive or a third faction on the shelf Are the i d=cation3 now. False Post Silico Lus petors. Postmasters in Indiana and other have been gulled by men who claimed to be Posto Ilice inspectors and the wrongs Tivey have imposed upon the unwary dispensers of mails have grown to such an alarming i tent recently that Congress has been called upon for a slice. A Bill is now before the House Coin Mittee on Posto tirces and Post roads which makes it a Misdemeanour punishable by heavy Fine and imprisonment for anyone unauthorized to impersonate a Post office inspector. The Bill will receive favourable consideration of Coue As it costs nothing to put it on the statutes. Chilian Quot Chi ski. Adams letters opened by Texe clip leans our Kepics putative made a laugh Xinji Stock. Washington March i a or. Adams our minister to Bolivia has written the following letter to representative Belford setting Forth that the chileans have at different times interrupted and opened both his official and his private letters ten Ltd, la i a Bolivia feb. 2, 18ii i. My Dak my. week i wrote to senator Hill him to go to the department of state to see whether or not something can not be done so that i May receive my mail without being detained Auu opened by Chi Iaus in route. To Day i take the Liberty of writing you because since last week i have received proof that my Olli Cial dispatches from the department Aud the letters from my Wile even have been opened a intercepted they Call it by the chileans and As have reason to believe Aud have tried to explain ill my correspondence with the Depa neut of state not without the Guircy knowledge of Tho government of Chili itself. Such conduct is against All International and Courtesy and 1 aia theia Ughi us Stock of even the people of this still smaller country than Chili while the newspapers Latti r openly brag of intercepted letters. I have not the right to communicate with any newspaper at Home to Call the to those insults and outrage while chilian agents at Home have had Many lies printed about my. But i claim the Quot right to Appal for the country through such Means As a miserable Little state. Which because it Osins three Iron dads believes it Cin do so with impunity. A therefore Vou would also have the kindness to go to Tho department of state Aud air regard to my reports Aud Why i can Kotrc five my mail unless inspected by chileans you a could place me per socially under renewed obligations Aud perhaps have insight into matters when must interest you As a representative people. You know me Ivell enough to i now that i hate notoriety under the circumstances it May be better Tiit 1 be quietly recalled us 1 have requested but 1 do not want to be in Liuio Pityou know Inu these circumstances and bringing they to the notice country if you deem proper. Coli May be Able to insult the United states with impunity but 1 do not wish to be victimized without an Appeal to Vou As one of your constituents and your True Friend. . Abas. Genuineness of tie letter. Washin Citon March 12.-118 stated with some posit eness Here that the car yield Chase letter was procured Froid the secret archives War department and that or. Chase used general Garfield s letter to Aid in effecting the removal of general Rose crans from the command army Cumberland just As he employed the letter of Mcclellan s chief of staff to assist in removing the latter from command army Potomac. Hon. P. Watson the assistant Secretary of War with Secretary Stanton Between whom there had previously existed a business partnership is quoted As having stated that the confidential letter of general Garfield to Secretary Chase was exhibited to the War department authorities and it did the business for Eose Crany. Or. Chase s biographer judge Warden informed your correspondent tonight that one time at Edgewood. Chase s suburban residence and at his Warden s lodgings in this City he had in his Possession All of Chase s papers. Said he Quot if there was among tiie papers any Sash letter a that from Gary Jold to Chase i fid not see to question Quot do you doubt the genuineness letter Quot judge Warden replied from statements made to Rae some time ago i have no doubt about its ? associate Blatch Foril nominated Ter succeed Hui Ltd declinations of . Conkling and Edmunds. Waso Angton March president has nominated Samuel Blatchford of new York As associate Justice supreme court United states John Russell Young envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary United states to China Lohn g. Watts United states marshal for the Quot Mesteru District of Virginia. It is now said the fat Edmunds finally refuted the supreme Jasti Reship this morn ing and immediately ordered the nomination of Blatchford As he ban ii Fri tie latter in the event of fun funds final refusal. The matter Wai held open several Days awaiting file funds decision. My. Coni cling s Tetter. The following letters in reference to the vacant associate Justice hip United St i Tes supreme court were made Public today Lio. 29 Street. Ivow Yoke March 3, . J or. prevented prompt acknowledgement of your two esteemed letters which were found Here a Ait Iii my return Anim Utica. The High find unexpected offer j of proffer by selecting me As associate Justice supreme court listed states is greatly a incl. It will Ever be a matter of Pride an. Satisfaction that Yon and the Senate deemed i fit for so grave and exalted a Trust. But for Rea sons which you would not fail to appreciate 1 ans constrained to decline. Although urgent demands on my time prevent my accepting your cordial invitation to pass 0 few Days with you in Washington let me Holo this As a pleasure deferred but not lost. I have the Honor to be sincerely your obedient servant Roscoe . His excellency . Senator Edmi inns . Senate ii Haber , March 6, / or. President i have received through the Secretary of state your very a Fler of an appointment a r associate Justice supreme court. I thank you sincerely for this highly valued in of of your Good of Pillion but i feel for reasons tha i ought not to accept it. 1 shall cherish this Mark i your and Good opinion though i did not need this proof f f it As one most pleasant of my life. I am sir very faithfully yours Geo f. Eds Unis. The president. 1,141 macs Sapcut Sitts Avonte March 11. Or. President. I am deeply touched at the Manifest consideration you have show me in connection with the associate Justice ship but further reflection has not enabled me to change the views i expressed to or. Frelinghuyse. With the sincere Hope you have experienced no embarrassment from the delay your kindness has caused. 1 am faithfully yours Geo. F. Dii Long statement from lieutenant Harber of his Itou Ney to Irkutsk. Washington March a lieutenant Hai Ber has sent the Secretary Navy a Short statement of his journey toward Irkutsk. He says Quot we left Paris at 8 p. M. And came direct to St. Petersburg arriving monday evening the 23d inst. I saw Hoffman that evening but Learned nothing of importance further. I telegraphed Danenhauer asking his plans and received the following Quot will proceed West slowly wit ii nine men if eyes permit next monday the 27th. Have gathered All data and will meet you at Tomsk. The Lena s owner wants>0, a 000 roubles for the entire Spring and summer. My plan was to Man her with our men and search for Chipp. Bennett telegraphs Jackson will have her. Jackson will arrive in three Daj s. What Are your with Hini if you take the Lena i strongly advise keeping our men. Bring a Small navigation outfit. Send mail care of Taverner at torus. Answer. Danenhauer Quot yesterday with Roitman i called upon general in Nalieri and the governor general of Siberia also tiie minister of Marine. All advise strongly Iny getting a greater part outlet Here and accordingly i am delayed one Day longer than otherwise would be Necess airy those officers were particularly kind and assured me All that could be done was now being done and that i would be aided As much As i possible in All matters. To Day general Ignatieff sent so Vecial passes and a hydrographic Ollice has supplied me with charts and books which i could get at no other place. Baron Oste Soeker has also Given me much Aid. I would specially Call the attention department to those services. Jackson spoken of in Danenhauer a dispatch is the Quot Herald correspondent. It seems now thiess Chipp s Fate is decided before Spring i had better take the Lena. If so Danenhauer s recommendation to use our own men is eminently a Good one for men of intelligence who could be of service on Board a ship Are indeed scarce in that Section. Some of these men Are now entirely Well and anxious to remain and assist. torus i will Cable news and ask instructions. I will set out for Orenburg to Morrow evening. Respectfully your obedient servant Quot a. B. Hambee Irkutsk March i a Jackson the correspondent started North yesterday. Lieutenant Danenhauer is expected to Start for St. Petersburg to Day. Stevenson confirmed. Quot Washington Mai 13.�?the Long executive session Senate was almost wholly consumed by the contest Over the nomination of paymaster John h. Stevenson of Indiana for promotion to the Grade of pay of director Navy. It came before the Senate with an Adverse report from a majority committee on naval afiair.?, which was supported by senator Jii Cpherson in a speech taking the ground that the against the official conduct and integrity of paymaster Stev Erscin while acting As purchasing agent for the Navy some years ago in Japan Lead not been satisfactorily met. Senators Jones of Florida and 3lollins, committee and Harrison and Voorhees especially the last named elaborately defended the nominee with such Success the Senate finally confirmed Hon by a vote of thirty four against seventeen.2 anti polygamy. Boston March 13.�?the committee on Federal relate oils Senate reported favourably the anti polygamy resolutions recently Intro diced. Owing to insufficient notice the audience at the anti polygamy meeting at Tremont Temple this afternoon did not exceed 300. Rev. Or. Withrow temporary chairman announced the officers As follows president a Rev. Bishop Foster. Vice presidents governor Long president Bis Liep St site Senate speaker Voyes House of representatives Mavor Pircen sex governors Claflin Rice of Ltd Tal Bott fudges Bennett Aldric ii and Pitman postmaster Tobey collector Bend Wendell Phillips president Quot Warren of Boston inti verify president Elliot of Harvard College. And Rev. A. A. Meier d. B. Brief addresses were made by Rev. A. Hovey d. D., president of Tbs Newton Tubeo logical Seminary r. A Bishop Presl Debec Senate Rev. Or. Caper of tuft s Conj Etc and right Rev. Sis hop 3addock, froth Vitant episcopal. Resolutions expressive sentiment meeting were enthusiastically adopted. They declare polygamy a foul crime against our civil 33 again t the health of human society that in our judgment each Section and state Union is More or dishonoured and degraded by the p7es-ence and Popup Rity of polygamous mar Luon ism in our Western territories that As the government would summarily punish Liis crime if it were found in the District of Columbia we can see no excuse few delay driving it out territories 07er Whiteb the government holds As close con it Irol Mason s guilt. The s behaviour. Quot Vav amp Vincito a March 13.�?a visit to the jail to Day a flows Gateau has lost Ria Ost of his and become almost taciturn. He waives very Little interest Iii visitors except to sell them photograph pm and autographs. He is not taking subscriptions to his Book. A has gained flesh sinc the rial. And his color has greatly improved. The Warden says he speeds no time in religious exercises rarely Reading the Bible and he Lias never been seen praying. At the same time he does not appear to be tie pressed. And if questioned asserts that he was and is inspired. He Bias shown no a Xii Tati ii Over the severe sentence in Mason s Case. He spends the greater part of daylights Reading proofs of his new edition of i Quot Warden Crocker says his prisoner exhibits no signs of insanity. All officers at the jail watch Guiteau carefully and none of them have seen any signs of increasing mental disc order. In conversation he never alludes to his death but says Quot go Quot instead Quot i suppose i be got to go Quot timing the frequent phrase with him. Warden Crocker dues not think he will commit suicide and is sure the prisoner s health and insolence will i Emain unimpaired to the Exchange 2or the past week a slight Imp butement. Boston March 13.�?from the Post the Fol Lov ing table shows the total Gross exchanges at the Twenty four leading Clearing houses United states Twenty three being for the week ending March 11, and one Louisville for the week ending Marsh 0 new York. S<j33.424,136 51,7.08,820 5,232,73s 17, .m000 16,213,786 1 .0 3,912 11,307,142 76,258,1 32 5.488,000 7,968,848 4,393,468 2,163,600 1,997,029 2,119,000 1,195,009 l,052,�74 995,294 833,777 767,.389 787,332 454,327 401,776 Boston. Philadelphia. Chichi go. Cinci Unatin. St. Louis. Baltimore. New Orleans. San Francisco. Pittsburg. Milwaukee. Louisville. Providence. Kansas City. Cleveland. Indianapolis. New Haven. Memphis. Columbus. Peoria. Springfield. Worcester. Lowell. Syk fuse. Tetal.31,198,007,312 outside new York. 264,583,136 the exhibit this week is fairly satisfactory the first genuine activity in general Trade circles making itself Manifest. The effects recent floods in the various parts country Are rapidly disappearing and Trade is going Back to its appropriate channels. In to amp qty four leading cities the total Gross exchanges week amount to-$1,193,017,312, against $l,385i40�,363 in the same cities last week. Our figures Are quite satisfactory for. As compared with the corresponding week 1-ast year they show a decrease of Only �.4 per cent., against a a crease of 1u.2 per cent last week Aud 31.5 per cent the previous week. Nearly All Western cities contrive to show notable gains. Chicago makes an increase of 20.5 per cent against 41.g last week St. Louis 11.7 against 12.0 Kansas City where Trade has begun to fail off a Little 30.31 against r l 21 Milwaukee 30.5 against 32.5 Indianapolis a loss of 2.31 against a gain of 10 per . Last week. Columbus foots up a total of $�3�,294 against $1,2g4-,0g5 last week Peoria .?s3,777 against $882,341 last week. In Peoria the distilleries Are beginning to Slack up a Little. Rou eign Sai the quake. A Nafa March 13.�?intelligence has just reached Here of an appalling earthquake in Porto Rico. Advices thus far received state four towns have been destroyed. These Are Alaj Ueta Parramon Grecia and Heridia. In Alaj Ueta alone several thousand lives were lost. Those left alive Are horseless. The loss of life has been something fearful. Thousands of inhabitants were swallowed up and the destruction of property widespread. The a Ueen a gratitude. Lon Ron March 13�?a supplement Graat Fekays Quot the Queen has written sir Quot William liar court Secretary of state for tie Home department that she wishes before she leaves England to express from her heart How very Deef it by she is touched by the outburst of enthusiastic loyalty affection and Devotion which the painful event of a lie 2d inst. Called Forth from All classes and Froia All parts of her vast Empire As. Well As by the Universal sympathy evinced by the sovereigns and people of other nations. The que a can nos sufficiently express How deeply she is gratified by these demonstrations. She willies to convey Taall from the highest to the Humr Boest her warmest and most Heartfelt thanks. The Queen says it has Ever been her greatest object to do All she can for Ber subjects to uphold the Honor and glory of. Her dear country As Well As to promote the Prosperity and happiness of those Over pc Ikon she has reigned so Long. These eff Bra will be Touti used unceasingly to the last hour of her life. The Queen thanks god he has spared her beloved child who is her cof Stant and devoted companion and Thos. Who were with her in the moment of danger As Well As herself. She prays he will continue to protect her for her people s Salce As he has. Hitherto so visibly protected . Special to the Sentinel Madison ind., March 12.�?w.av. Page aged 72 years died suddenly this Moi Aing of neuralgia heart. He was the oldest Miller in the state having been in that Busu Asp Over fifty years. He leaves a wife and two children. The funeral will Tafee place tuesday afternoon. Ills. Conrad Nodier aged 61 years wife of councilman Noylor died this morning of paralysis. The Funera Quot will take place tuesday text finding in the Mason court martial. The following is the finding court ifs tial in the Sase of sergeant Mabon who shot at Traiter via so up ten Ber last to Neebar a amp fun martial. Sergeant pc a a. Mason. Battery by second a Miery. the. Kast it �o0v?.rn0r1slax1n. Y. H., March 10,1882. It general court a partial it orders 20. R. Before a a sacral a Burn martial which con i Ned at or Ashington Barracks d. C., by virtue of p3ragrap�v2, spec Lai 166, see is of 1881, Al paragraphs 1, 2 Aud special orders no. 24. Current series Irsai these Headquarters and of a such lie to Paiit colonel Henry la. Mizner tenth infantry i a Sid ant a arraigned and tried Serjeant Boito a. Mason he a Elsry ii. Second a till Foj. Charge Vitia Tion a the Sicily second article of War. Spe a Ufi Catir a in Thip that first sergeant now Serge Mit Lomi a mass Batty a Leeond artillery. A Vinsel men or , his . guard duty at the United-Viil in to a City of , a c., and having Aniver Toa Aid shh. For said duty did there Jami with Iii eau is Kiu j. Guiteau a prisoner then a go if Nert under the authority of he uni statf3-Iji said fall i fully and Ielo piously Larch arts Bis Musket Louved with Ball Estridge at said Iix-iiteai., through a window of w.4d a fail itis Beli then died by the said fruit eau. This at Quot a he let jail Washington dvc., on or about get Vitemb in 1. Lam. Plea to the spec Quot not a guilty Quot to the charge Quot Vifot finding the .to3cifieat�3n. Quot built a Quot Page Quot a s men ctr a to be a Shonor Bly discharged the ser Rice a a Viteo 3tat63, the to amps of All it Gay and allowance now que or to become due to i Mound Ihu a it be conf med Ai hard labor in such Penitentiary ? As the pr>5>ar Autis Rity May direct for eight s Jai is. Ii. The proceedings findings and sentence in the �ot.3goln��cr�e of Jon a. Mason Battery a second artillery Are apr proved and the sentence will by Diu e 3ecutedi us beet to the approval Secretary of War the at Albany n. A. Is a the place for the Sec alien Ofa oni Ach of a he sentence As relates to Conine sent at hard labo3. He will be held at Vashiti Jon Barracks until a urn her orders Are Given in regard to his disposition. Iii. Tie go no Rai to ourt martial which convened at Washigton ear Racks d. J., by virtue of paragraph 2, spa Cial a Rdv is, series of 1881, and paragraphs 1, 2, and a is Erial orders no. 24, cur itis it series. A Rosi these Headquarters and of which lieutenant Colenso it. Mizner tenth in a a a Otry is hereby ii solved. I5y of major general Hancock. Wlm Dahl it. . A3s a Tate t adjutant or on to a Serjeant Mason. Special to the Cine Luttati commercial Washin amp to March 11.�?it is believed thai pc rident Arthur Ivill Pardon sergeant Mason on the ground that he was not of Souid mind at the time the shooting was. Done a great de to of sympathy with Mason is expressed to night among military men. They believe the verdict court Martijn just but they would like to see Jotia Tice a this Esse tempered with mercy. The recommendation to the clemency of in this Case will be signed by a Large sum Berof prominent people. 1� s4d�3 of Tulve Gai held letter Gontero Sepsy presented. Chi ,mflrebx2.�?mayor Harrison writes to the t. Imes that in 1804, being invited by prominent gentlemen of this City to be present at a private reception in Honor of general Garfield he avas struck by the High Praise a-eord3d by Garfield to general Rose Quot crans. From the conversation he had with Garfield. He found that he regarded Rose crans As one most skillful of generals and As ene most a worthy of men. His commendation was Earnest and left no grounds for doubt As to its sincerity. The mayor intimates that he regards the recently Public sized letter a attributed to Garfield and attacking general Rosecrans As a forgery. March i2.�?the Washington critic publishes the following a Weil founded Story Lias been current for some Damp a that in 186 six rely at Tor general Rose crans had been removed the late Pia Ujjin a Blair sr.,.gav� a Dii Iuar in to his son Frank p. Bali jr., thin just Flora the Vii orious yield of Vicks big at which were pm resent among others the lion. Montgomery and general Garfield then j it Elesie to digress. At this dinner the subject of general Rosecrans s removal was freely , and there a Genera of his removal a grave mistake. It by no on Quot Vii Liis exposes amp Ion Revore forcibly suited than to general graft pm who was loud in his Praise of Liim As a Xii itary Genius Aud Able even eral. Montgomery Slaler was so much Imprest de by Geo Erar Garfield s statement . Case that he a rent Al resident is Inion and used about tha Iol lowing argument Quot if of resident i not fiant to seem officious Bat i waa so Force Lei impressed Lay so conversation 1 had last evening with a Young member of Cou Green am Ohio who previous to his election was. I neral Limo Barrans chief of staff. Ali acc i have Coile to Yew As a matter of duty to say that i tajik Cienega Quot Renao Vai was a grave mistake. The Jenyle Fiji referred to impressed me 30 favourably 8.3 to his on military ability and the positiveness of his Deo Loratious that 1 am. In Zig convinced of his knowledge and judgment Iii he Quot Alio is gentler an Quot Iho a resident is reported to have Huq Virsil. Quot general &riield.repliel or. Blair. Quot general Sarfield Why it was upon his state event of re event talons More than anything else tiie i his re is Oval was Saidi or. 3ancoln, expression of Stirlie. Omaha. March 13.�?work was resumed this Nii Jisuing on ther Eon tract left by the strikers. The is apes a upon Armstrong the citizen Agio died last night from a Bayonet wound33 in Progress. There is less excitement a the City thaa had . The smokers Kove it Nade no. Demonstration thus in. The thread saved of Lije strikers to drive tie Mistarz a in the grounds this Aiter Nooe it did a Iii take place. A Frev hot headed cot seed it but being overruled the Genera i of Pirian no it a is Whitt no further Dis in Branea will take 3>lace. But the state Attini critics will keeping the troops he-?8 till said defied All Ganger is passed. No Damont Aaraon was made at tha inquest Over tie bod3 of g. F. Arnys Tjiong. The citizen a who fac Why a Ayon eted last evening. general Sill Worth and Dis Trieb at Tormy Bukhara asked and have been Grant it in a a amp a grand jury to Deal with the oases. The ringleaders in the explosion. , March 12.�?a Gazette Affif Kersburg ya., special says that up to this evening there have been eight deaths from Tbs explosion Steamer Sidney so ear Havensville last Friday namely mrs. Little and grandson mrs. Mills and child of Bellaire of Frank Faulkner of Pittsburg or. Kain of Charleston w. A mrs. Stephens and a deckhand from Middleport o. Ten others were injured some of them dangerously. A tipped with the county s Money. Detroit March 13.�?thonms Quot Ward treasurer of Hampton township Bay county a alleged to have skipped out for parts unknown leaving a deficiency in accounts which Range from $700 to $3,000. The Hooka Are in a complicated condition but show a deficiency of Over $900.three years for Sarah. Bos Roji March 13.�?Sarah e. Howe president woman s Bank known As the ladies Deposit which proved a swindle in october 1880, was to Day sentenced to thro years imprisonment in the House of Conj Section

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