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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 29, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. Indianapolis wednesday March 29, 1882. Whole no. 1610the lost s instructions to the russian authorities concerning a the Long search. s instructions to the District governor a a Stern Siberia concern Lei Texe search Cor i get and co ni>aniuu8. Washl Uto a March 24.�?Secretary Hunt has received from passed assistant Engineer George w. Melville under Date Yakutsk Eastern Sii Eria january i a copy the letter instructions sent by him Melville to the Espravnik territorial governor , As follows it is my Ufi sire and else Wisla the govern ment the i nixed states America and the projector Ilu am Riodil coped lion that dil ii Reut find Coli san it is atch Iii in for the missing comrades both bouts. Long and tots party Onsi Iti if twelve Jim sous will Fotu id near the West Bank tiie Rei a River. The Are South the a Jintil Hunting station a which is West the hopi pc kirov ii among tic Yakutsk As Quin i. They could not possibly have marched us far South As Jiu Leom Ali Refore they dead alive Thuy hrs Between in Ira and balms. I Jill entry travelled Over this , but 1 followed the River Bank. Therefore it is neck Ismay i tii a Laore i Refal search made in Ilie Leigh a round Back from the River for a Short distance As 1 As a ii l to River Bank i Many huts and Sowall Mcnies but cull not possibly examine a i therefor it is necessary every House ii urge Ltd Small examined for the books a la pers men the party. Men without food and but i Othic would naturally seek Sitf her la Hnis a in orig the line March and if sex Lia Stefl in ight in one a i tit huts. They Wourl leave their boors and papers in the hut ii urn Ible to Curry Thum further. If they carried the books and papers South that Section until to Een and bul com they will found piled up in a Heap and some prominent object reared Nei r Tiem to attract inc attention searching adv lies. A Mast Wood pile Wood would Erecius near them if not lop them. In Case the books papers Are found they Are to sent Tatjie american ii noisier resident at St. Petersburg i. If they wre found in time they can fori vudred to Mel it eco 1 leave Lussia Quot. The persons if dead i wish to have Cai ried to a Central position most Coupon int Access say Bui Oom and inside a Small Louse arrant d Side by Side for future Recagni Tiwi the hut then securely closed and banker up with nov Tarth Aud to remain so until a proper person arrives from America to make a Llull diet Posi Uon the tones. In Banki it a up the hut have ii Dorio in Sach a manner that animals can t gel in and destroy the bodies. These in a the Sinaji boat containing the a eight Perton should made from tic West Aii Outh the to and Quot beyond the East Mouth the Jan Kiver. After the separation the three boats no information has been received a concerning the Small boat Bat As All three to it Oats Weie Iii to Barken and the i go to the Inonu Chiloi the Lena it is natural to suppose lieutenant lips directed his boat to a i Arrieu if managed to weather the Gale but if from any Couise could not reach the Lena Mouth would continue along the Cost from ii irked West As far North As the month Lena boil tii As far As the Eastern Entrance the Lena River. If still Uii Success Ful ii Jet ing into the Lena River might from Irti Ess either forced along the coast toward the Jani Kiver. Diligent and constant search is to commence at once and to continue till the i eople boots and i Aper Vare found care being taken that a diligent and careful sex Arnin Tiou that Section the country where Long and his party Are known to is made in the Early sign Fin time when the Snow begins to leave the ground Aiu before the Soring hoods commence to overflow the River Banks. One More american slicers Wii in All probability in Belin in time to in the search but the search toned in these instructions is to carried independently any party and to entirely Luider the control com relent Ainoi Ity Kissia. a. M a .viij.i. This almost immediately the rope was cat and Mccarthy lived without a Trug Gle. Har Kisburg a. March 24.�?Frank and Henry Rumberger were hanged at 10 a m. To Day for the murder Daniel Troutman november 10, 1881. Both men ascended the scaffold with firmness. The religious services were very Brief and at the conclusion the sheriff adjusted the rope pulled the Cap Over the eyes and almost immediately the trap sprung. The criminals died easily. Their necks were broken by the fall. , pa., March 21.�?John a. Wer Ling convicted the murder Samuel Pennington in february isso was hanged Here this morning. Atter mounted the scaffold the doomed Man exhibited a Knite which had concealed his person and thus demonstrated it and at no Lime desired to commit suicide. So Vicki Szoko. . Is. A Mii Riei atone for their crimes at the Lopo s Lou la Fer a Sylvania i snip she a five. Xxx Asburt March 2-1.�?the first execution in six years occurred in the county Cotrit Yard in this City at noon to Day Frank Small was hanged for the murder Nicholas Jack by. Small was a Man Good natural parrs but from birth his Svir round Ings were the worst character. A a victim a was a Mill Workman who had married a won an named Lotta tic Aleese a Bxs gained considerable notoriety some years ago in rowing boats for prizes. In the evening january 16, isl the Faund his wife in company with Small Why had just been discharged from an Eig it year term in the Penitentiary in a Beer Saloon. id Small Ott amp a Blue Cut train Robbeis con had hard and they fought but were Fessas. A darted. In going Home Quot a Short distance it t i t a i from the Saloon Jacoby was shot City March 2<-John Laird by some Persem close by Lumanda in his dying statement asserted Small did the deed. Small wits arrested. Wheeling West Virginia visited l y severe Hall storm and a an Irige to the Kex tent �-5,003 Souc. Wheeling w. Va., March 27.�?the most severe Hail storm that Kas visited this City since 18g�occurred this afternoon shortly after 2 clock. The Forenoon was Bright and warm even sultry and not until a few minutes before the storm burst did the blackening sky give any warning the destructive visitation. The storm was Short but Severo hailstones Many them As Large As a nuts fell with incredible a a and rapidity. A brisk Breeze Yas blowing from the West and the Hail pelted the exposed sides buildings like Rille bulls. The state House United states custom House female College Lin by Institute the Large hotels and factories acid All the Ward school buildings Vith the business houses and residences iia Viii frontage the West had the windows riddled. Hotbeds greenhouses and skylights gave Way like egg shells and Many valuable plants were destroyed. The Storni reached from live Miles West to five Miles East the icy and from a Short distance below town to the North end and the damage at the least calculation will reach .$25,000. Persons who were exposed to Tjie storm and not in reach shelter were badly bruised about the head and Harses in Many instances became frantic and ran away. Tie Street cars and Railroad coaches All suffered More less damage to the windows. A heavy rain Roll Owen completing the destruction in Jiwany instances where skylights had been broken and valuable Good were exposed to the weather. The legislature and All the schools were obliged to sus i end exercises for some minutes the noise the unusual fusillade drowning the sound the voices. In the country Trees were stripped and in some cases the bark peeled off by the Hail. Cincinn.\tr, Marih 27.�?the cd Mercial s Lexington ind., special says Quot the heaviest Hail storm since 181g ssed Over this Village to Day. The Hail was not so Large but was destructive. In two minutes 1.500 window Glass were Braken in a town 2,500 Cleveland o., March 27. furious Hurricane accompanied by vivid lightning Thunder Hail and torrents rain swept Over Titis Region at noon to Day. Numerous Trees and several Unni Sheri buildings were pros trailed. The weather which has been remarkably mild became quite cold Aster the storm which lasted about half an hour. March 27, dispatch from Evansburg Crawford county Pennsylvania says Quot during a severe Gale this afternoon a three Story Brick House in the Cote use erection was blown Down Ami two men William Plant and Frank Mcdonald were killed. John Houser and William Sli Arle were fatally injured and live others slightly a similar Accident occurred in this City this afternoon the a wind blowing Down a Frame House and fatally injuring John Atkinson Anci Patrick Gavin two workmen. ?.�acon, ga., March 27, Tornado to Day did considerable damage to property near the City acid along the line the Central As far As Sandersville. Dwellings barns Gin houses Cabins and Trees were destroyed and Many persons injured. Plantations about Waynesboro greatly injured. Gilbert Ward age four years was killed in the a dining room at his father s House. Trietly and convicted the evidence though purely circumstantial being very Strong. After the conviction every Effort possible was made to have the condemned Man pardoned but with tit Avail and in january this year governor Hoyt signed his death warrant. Throughout these years Small maintained a stoical indifference to his Fate and stoutly asserted his innocence and Only yesterday wrote a letter to his spiritual adviser in which said was about to suffer for another ones crime. remained up until 1 clock this morning when retired and slept Well arising at s clock. After eating sparingly his breakfast proceeded to dress himself with Ucli care. His Mother attired in Black called at 10 clock to see him for the time. Twe interview was Brief and very affecting. This evening the body prank Small was taken to his aunt s House twentieth Street and the curiosity to get a look at the remains has been so great that Twenty policemen were det jailed to guard the House. Rock Island 111., March 24.�?to-Day at 11 30 p. M. William Ilei Wagon was hanged. was convicted at the last term court killing his daughter in Law Dora h. Virci Wagon the night the 5th lie went to her House and driving her out into the Cornfield crushed in her head with a Hammer. The evidence leading to his conviction was purely circumstantial and turned mostly upon the statements made by Heilwagon As to Dora s absence when no one but the murderer would have known it. The murdered woman was Strone suspicions that had committed the deed himself. The More so As she had been unfaithful to him. Heilwagon made a Long statement published in wednesday s Argus in which asserted his own innocence and in direct terms charged the murder his son. Heilwagon is a Man forty nine years age and bears a fair character. The entire Farnill Are Low. Mid Leiu pkg pa., March 24�?jonathan Mayer who in the murder John and Gretchen Kintzler the 9th december 1s77, was executed this morning. The condemned Man met his Fate with Cou age. professed religion and expressed a Strong Hope reaching heaven. This morning Mayer made a final statement to one the ministers in which said knew nothing the murder the Friday its occurrence but was told it the Fol lowing evening by Ettinger and that had Only aided in a division the Money. Antemia n. Y., March 24.�?John c. Mccarthy was hanged Here this morning for themander Patrick Markey in november last. Ken asked if had any remarks to make said to the District attorney you Are a Bloodthirsty brute you Are. says boys were with the old gang which was headed by a Man to have been Jesse James that it was the members the old gang who entered the express car and went through the train and that All the country Hoys did was to keep up the Racket the outside. After the robbery tie entire party a went into the Woods a Short distance from the track where the leaders who had All the Quot swag Quot in their Possession said to the Boj a Quot boys Here Havn t got time to Divide they Are after us and did t get the Money. Are excited anyhow but will All meet the right Tork the Blue next wednesday night just one week from the night the robbery and will Divide with that the old gang Monteil their horses and Rode away with the Booty in their Possession while Laird and his comrades dispersed for their Homes no Richer than when they started out. Before the night arrived which had been set for the Divide most them were safely jailed and others fleeing the country As rapidly As possible. Laird declares his belief that the robbery was a put up Job deliberately planned by James and his gang for the double purpose securing the plunder and getting the country boys into trouble in order to divert the attention the authorities from their own operations. When the docket was called Laird s Case came first and the prosecuting attorney asked that it put at the foot the docket which shows that Laird is to a witness. The next cases called were those bugler and Chapman. Bugler s attorneys announced that they were ready for trial known it. Mura Erea woman was a and a venire was sworn and the separated from her husband and there were adjourned until to Morrow morning when bugler s trial will proceeded with. Paralysed. Cincinnati March 20.�?Rev. Max Lilien thai rabbi the Mound Street hebrew Temple was stricken with paralysis at his residence this morning. At first the matter was kept quiet in the Hope that the Case was not serious. This evening his surgeons express the opinion that the Case is very grave and that can not survive More than Twenty four to forty eight hours. His residence in this City has been longer than that any other rabbi and his learning and Public spirit made him numerous friends among All a invest a at Ioji a Shipherd produces the Ojetter to president Garfield the Testim aay the Veleura Ted ind Rednal. Washingto a March 2o�?the examination . Shipherd want resumed this morning. Before any ques Mon bad Heen put Shipherd desired to add Quot a word if it would in order to the testimony Given yesterday. Tia a stated that Ifould waive the technical objection raised and would state that the senator Towbin had alluded was . Blair new Hampshire. further stated that wit i one exception there \ta3 no other Satori member Congress a to had in any Way been interested As counsel. Or had Assn approached with a View to securing his services. This gentleman Shii died said was asked to act As counsel and declined the ground that might called upon Quot As a member Congress to pass upon the claims the peruvian company. With this exception and Itiat senator Blaine there was in no instance Ainy Effort made to secure the Quot services any member either Congress. Or. Blount inquired Quot Liat a Ere your Rea Sotis for employing senator Blair As counsel was it account his relation.? with the Secretary state imply in his capacity As attorney Quot witness replied Ili it to would like to Reserve his until the co Manittee should decide this matter should gone into at the present time. Blount then asked what was the induce Merit Iii cd impelled Librn to seek the services the member Congress who had declined. Wilether it was account supposed int licence with the executive forthe i Urphie obtaining his Advie Asa lawyer. Witness it was for reasons purely personal to the member himself As distinguished from any Aid might Remir was expected to Render in any event As a member it ingress. Witness declined to give the name at present and demurred to stating the detail and purely per Morjal transaction. Soine disc vision the part committee ensued As to. they should pursue this Branch the inquiry at present. The chairman stated that Shipherd desired to excused from further examination this morning acco the slate his health and p it would better to pass this r. before proceeding with Furt Iier i uveitis Gatun. The question therefore waived. The witness inti danced a copy Iii wit Ness letter to the president May 21, and Exida ined that it had been sent to him by his son who had been requested to make a. Copy from his letter Book and that Shipherd after a critical examination. prepared to say that it was a Correct co . Tiie letter was then read by the clerk. The letter. May 21, 18si. Siam i enclose herewith the first copies Given out first the prospectus the peruvian Many Steciuk the draft the memorandum s30,000 fire at Spencer. Special to the Sentinel Spencer ind., March 26. fire broke out a Conner amp Woltin s store to night about 11 clock you sumling the building Aud Contenta. An empty Frame building adjoining the North took fire and before Tho proper assistance could rendered was destroyed by the flames. Or. W. V. Aviles store adjoining the South was saved. The total loss is about $25,000 830,600, partially in you know in your heart i am not guilty sure. Supposed to the work an incendiary Hugh Mccu Joch one the most eminent Roem Berk our bar and Scopes squally eminent guile men known to Rae. In conclusion i May Dkl that but for the exigency the situation at Lima should scarcely bring these interests to the alien thou the government in so inchoate a orm. Lis but thirty Days sine 1 was empowered to act in the premises and at the proper time the history this class will Shovic to self explanatory As to Itsie a to Long suspension. Indeed i think no vindication it in Sny Point will Jie eded aside from the Estabil feed Histon real facts. Evarts a had other equai5y com Petrut Corina Al will examine in Detill Ali original interests involve in Terhall the Stock Home Sand the orig gals Ifill placed pm the preside ii j s come Iamb. E save thought it proper to sub Ness an out Fae Tjie Case in Advance a personal conference that i president Glit a wholly at ils own convenie2ce, i Ive them attention and a i fit direct Iii future Cousis Bratis by Cor Jea Ponden pc Otto a else. I have the Honor to remain the president s sent servant a i i ii k. So Iii it cd to the Presl dont. P. policy to Scantain strictly thei Reserve suggested upon the co it i a the Prospect a for the present. At the Herd said had been engaged in a Lively liar Ivision with the neuralgia which h id deprived him rest an Al unfit Efi him fur the Falcig ii further to and would therefore crave the i indulgence the c Ommittee and a skid to exc said for tiie disy. The examination waa then postponed until 2 clock to Morrow. If. Is Teslie general Imp Eitson that Shi a Herd has but very Little More to conium Licate Toti citing the subject inquiry. Able to make , even if it Hud failed. As the result no a stands have acquired Tho hatred peruvians to the latest generation and at last the contempt chileans. . Ha7e also scented the self satisfied chuckle a band dec gosh specs Ladora into whose a ids the Power the ignite i states has so Eite clively played. Great Britain a eth All Imp prowess could not Hare advanced Ibe Comro Ercyal interests her own 3sierchants is South America so Quot a Wueri Nelv obituary. It enjoy toads Ortii . Bof ton i 24.�?Longfellow is Dea saturday Rich Longfellow was out Pari the after Noory is talking pm the put a Arjo going into the House co explained being and destroyed was suddenly chants there so it Petely �3 has beet Donev a in ill and i after a amp it to his room. A and in a Short to the had a violent attack the with which Trescott was bound and ghz cd. Thei St instalment British a Jersets is freight Rooney millions tons guano Smil half the profits Ira Sale in �europe., which itself Isa sum Sihau the exp dltnnj3 0 Chili. But if Tite United set Etc had Rrt evened not great Britain also ?&Quot said Blaine Quot it would have Ricen Worth Whilmar to find our whether if the Unusco states inter Een to save american repulse great it Brit Titi would hav-.? intervened to Desty y it. In May Jno Brant the foreign po5icy great Britain Avill next take tha . It certain a a a will not so As i Ong a state Snen the United Spates can do by Mort for Britis i i Teresta than great Isri Taiti can do to commission. whole idea how3r7er, Brill so inter Onciu Siroti the Reading ship nation is a my Vii the Moi Power the unit Elf states in St Edtih Amer Ca would imply Haye Beon urfi Isis Tible. For american j attests it opportune i the ton turn wid twas kindly sacrificed. The commie racial interests this country in ska the America will not in fifty years recover what been Lcy to and w23at Wasin its Powe to acquit i. Our interests Are i get Only totally destroyed in Chili and Peru but in Presti teis impaired in a i South America. In feed in All Juth Continental and insular. The present Gene Fotion ill not wins a the recovery that which Quot i it has been lost within a last ninety Quot a you speak she comm3t3�oal interests . By i do yen mean shipping Lett rests Quot j Quot i moan that Blaine Quot Iii not to Fiat alone. I mean the Al Titi commodities s applying manufacture a i articles and raw con Jen Tratia no in our ii Mercial cities the Shore thai which rail now go Sholly to London and Liverpool. The Trade the West Yoast South Anterica Fri i this time Forward i u l As much in the hand great Britain As the Trade by Jetish indict but this ians a Large subject and 1 a have neither Ime nor Inezi Caiiou to pursue it for the agreement with Peru think ditto account the sinking fund script fourth ditto tie Damn f title per Suatt to the intimation in my letter the 2sth Ultimo. The a Ervian government hening now no diplomatic a Siut in this country i have been in free consultation with its senior representative t. F. Tracy coins us Iii this City. Tracy is a son an american merchant formerly a resident Lima and married to a peruvian lady Aud was born and bred in Peru. For Soini ething like Twenty five years had held his present Post and seems to very intelligent As to both peruvian Ami chilian Ute Iris and certainly is keenly alive to pern Viii Inizie its. As to the Cochet claim l?.e says there is Little known to the present generation having disappeared from the contest in 1s.3,j, when Cochet returned finally to prance and being almost imn ii Diane in by the Landry a claim but that no to contest it is probable when presented Are now ready to present it since Plihall come to the Relief the pros Trute at the most critical moment. Of conr.. Speaks for own people Only. Chili hushed with Victory and .Stroying with Vandal est whatever she can not depo will scarcely submit readily to the surrender her great prize even a Hen Ofier tid As Oiler her Liberal War indemnity but., if the Issue is Between commercial creditors with origin us rights and a Mere intruder it is not doubted Liat the so Tiou however distasteful to Tho vanquished Victor will easy. Moteo ail advices agree that Chili is not m Holly Content Ith t a pacient Outlook. All a Are now jealous her and if by attempted annexation a protectorate she should seek the Ijen Anent enlargement her she would but enter upon a Long and perilous contest. If the other hand she should nov tire having tasted All the legitimate fruits real Victory Ami with her War in Dimity insured it would a fortunate ending for her As Well As for others. The latest advices indicate More than Ordinary anxiety in High quarters at Santiago to find some such solution Quot the serious problem a White elephant. While the interests my client Are purely monetary their Protection involves at the outset an International question such Makisi tude that they see no other Ccur so Proi eras to Lay before the president All the facts and Avail themselves at every step such formal informal suggestions Asho May think lit to favor them with. As far however As they have planned for themselves they have planned to avoid All complications and if supported by general assurances that the a executive will protect them so far As Linds them to right they anticipate no Ditl Mculty in peaceably harmonizing All interests by direct commie Cial negotiations without other governmental Aid other than that above indicated. Ati examination the papers herewith submitted will show the situation to this 1. American citizens Aie the Legal representatives the indebtedness from Peru to the original discoverer guano amounting to something . 2. Under the peruvian Law this claim is entitled to the priority payment Over any indebtedness contracted Ince 1845. The owners the claim organized into a proper corporation propose to take Possession the guano arid Rich nitrate Beds and to work out their Money without complications 4. At the same time they Are ready to assume due foreign bondholders and a fair War indemnity to Chili and these off from tiie sinking fund a Liberal amount the payment to begin in 1s83. The embarrassing features the situation at this moment Are the imminence decisive Finali ties at Lima and uncertainty the provisional peruvian government. Hope to Able to Send out a representative by the Steamer sailing the 10th june but As Congress convenes this week May Only arrive after definite measures have been already agreed upon whether not the communication Between the department state and the minister at Lima by Cable cipher might stay the Finali ties pending the transmission full dispatches the president upon due advice. The appointment general hurl at to Lama and general Kilpatrick to Chili will Allard a favourable Opportunity for full discussion prior to their departure All interests involved and a settlement their instructions in a form not Likely to need further modification. I will attend at such conferences As the president May think it proper to appoint. The executive organization Tho peruvian company will probably determined within the next thirty forty Days Fly clients remain Anonymous for the time being for Ordinary business reasons. I May properly a to the president that the presidency the company will probably Oil ered sex president Grant Aud that the direction throughout will confided to hands not less competent and to gentlemen scarcely less widely known. The magnitude interests involved m the quasi National character the corporation will at no time forgotten. Meanwhile it is necessary that i identify myself As i can easy do. During general Garfield s first Teri i in Congre i resided at the capital As chief executive the american Freedman s Aid commission sustaining intimate official and personal relations to general Howard. Then head the freedmen s Bureau and to leading members both houses Congress and having pleasant personal relations with general Garfield himself general Howard president Patton Howard University pc Biden pair child the Oberlin Hon. James Monroe . Whitelaw bid . Al a p. Mann this City brother in Law Hon. The i a a Eore tary Femly his Sonitz i Amer Ieav a policy and let Tot it votes a i ittle Sharp criticism to the Ady Iii stration ii a Tox Jmar Cli Post will print to Morrow morning an interview with sex Secretary Blaine the latest phase the Chili peruvian que cation. I in. Jilaine said was not Able to give an exhaustive review the question but the general result was precisely what had predicted when the were revoked. Quot what do you mean by go Neussl result inquired the reporter. Quot i mean Quot said Blaine Quot As i said a in january. Pern is to distorted and div troyed and that the profits the sgt foliation will divided to eau Chili and Aud speculators who furnished the Money and guns and ironclads that destroyed pern. It is so advertised in a chilian paper by the Treasury department Chili. They have issued a decree asking for bids for 1,000 h 3 tons guano to extracted from the Gnu to Beds Peru now in the to session Chili. Every can must paid for so the advertisement runs in Good Sterling Exchange Inglish Money in Arlo you a nine to Days sight. One half goes to Chi ii and one half to the English bondholders and Chili binds Heri Elf to Deposit 50 per cent the proceeds guano in the la Ank Quot did they try to argue this Quot Quot Trescott forbidden to say one word about it and not permitted even to interpose a Quot How forbidden Quot Quot How Quot said Blaine. Quot who in explicit terms. See Here is what my in Tho shiite department in his letter to Trescot revoking his previous instructions Reading the recently Pristly volume the Chili peruvian Dis patches. The president wishes in no manner to dictate make any authoritative utterance to either Peru Chili As to the merits the existing Between those Liep ublies As to what indemnity so Iouri asked Given As to the change boundaries As to the personal government Peru. The president recognizes Peru and Chili to Independent republics to which has no right inclination to Quot course Quot continued Blaine Quot when Trescott was this made powerless the Chili and English bondholders had it All their Wii Way with Iione to molest make them Quot then it would fee Mas if Trescott s visit had turned out in the interest the English speculators Quot suggested the reporter. Quot undeniably Quot said Blaine Quot because Trescott under Frelin Huyssen s instructions a i stood there As a constant witness and the United states would not in any event interfere if the indemnity demanded took the last Dollar Peru s prox erty and the last acre Peru s territory. Trescott was specially instructed not to say one word Quot a protest Quot How did Trescott come to sign this recent protocol Quot asked the reporter. Quot i do not has Sig tied any protocol. The dispatches Are a Little confused but you will observe the result to Chili Aud .? is exactly the same whether our Good us ricers in Aid the protocol should used not. It is merely a question As to whether would act Ely Aid simple agree not to Quot does not the protocol Ehi Uge at All Prev jobs demands Chili Quot Quot i Thlik Quot said Blaine Quot it enlarged those demands Sosne what beyond the indemnity i a cd before Trescott arrived. Naturally enough a then Chili found the United states was sure Irot to interfere she took All she wanted. Slie added. 1 think the District toe a to her Previ Ous demands besides a Large strip territory North Tarar Eca. As i understand cd Uli s demands now Quot added Blaine Quot they include 1 the absolute annexation Tarabaca and a Large strip territory immediately North it. These include All nitrates and a great bilk guano. Chili hold ii Ai i., the districts Arica and Tacna nominally for ten yeat.-, a to then released to pern the payment �2 3v000,-000, while they Leay Sherno More Power to than if it a Ere �20,000,000,000. Arica and Tacna May therefore Conn isred permanently annexed. A a a. Labas islands Are a to soiled and held by Chili to Long As there is any guano Beni. They have therefore taken the a Ftp richest districts Peru inc uding All nitrates and All her guano just As they Cje signed in the outset Only they were not then As sure As they Are now the United states would Neri Ait it. When the.-� conditions a Ere submitted to Trescott was graciously told his Good Ollices would accepted to urge them Peru but if Peru refused to accede to them then his Good ounces must considered at an Quot that can hardly to considered to the ignited states queried the reporter. Quot who should Chili courteous to the United state Quot Quot replied Blaine. Quot nations like Indi Viou als depend for their position upon their Power and will to assert. When Uriah sleep thanked god was Umble master Coop Erteld took him at his word. Who our minister War was instructed to make no authoritative utterance but merely seen and not heard and to act the part meekness Aud humility. Chili naturally concluded she could use her Power this great government As she oho., and thus Sims it to make Trescott Aid her designs Quot but i Don t quite understand Quot said there Porter Quot How Chili came to advertise the million tons peruvian guano for Sale before the treaty was concluded any arrangement for peace Quot she did it the old principle shall take who has Power and shall keep who a in. It is also Lite Conquest. She feels so sure her that she need not wait for a treaty to concluded. She simply appropriates the property with a Strong hand. When the United states refused to ask for Justice Between the two republics and a Strong English Power was interested in the aggrandizement Chili. Peru s Fate was sealed. It is noticeable that this million tons guano is offered for Stile in one Block and any bidder is required to put up 00,, so that the decree Sale is merely a Mode getting this Vamp St property in the hands the chilian an Ltd English bondholders. It will carried in English ships making a larger freight age than the c Otto the United states annually taken beyond the sea.&Quot Quot . Lahie do you think the unit<3d states could in any event have prevented this a it Mait without War Quot Quot with entire ease Quot replied Blaine. Quot there never was such arrant nonsense talked so a the possibility with Chili. The difference la the Power the two countries renders the idea ridiculous. Are too big to make War Chili and Chili is too Small to make War us. The Power the United states judiciously exerted could have saved the autonomy Quot could it also have preserved All her territory asked the reporter. "1 am not entirely sure that Quot replied my. Blaine. Quot a yes Loii territory might necessary in Case Peru could not the proper War indemnity Aud i so instructed Trescott. But this was always contemplated that Peru had. The alternative right to indemnity and in territory had to to sacrificed it should not to in excess fair indemnity. Fifty millions dollars would have amply reimbursed Chili for her War expenses. She has taken 81,500,000, Worth property from Peru merely by Strong arms and Iii Saiia claims. Indie Bill presented in the senat it for the allow Ance certain Clain is reported by the accounting Oft Ceis the treas i d Sparf Merit appear the following Ironi Indiana to Luke a. Blacker Linton county $100 Colby Casity sect county >13.5 Ambrose c. Cd Hurd lib a county 125 William. H. Dixon Jennings county a a , Scofie county Aaron kick Scott county �120 Sanford Fer Vel ferr Elof Jefferson county is i John p. Fable Jennings county $12s Silas m. Hudson executor Absalom Hudson deceased Jennings county $1�� Moses t. Hopper Jeff Erson county $12c James m. Harrod Scott Coua Ity $124.ii0 Nancy Kiriy Jennings co Tinty $100 Alexander Kerr Jefferson county $125 Amos Lockenour Washingion county $120. P Malony Jennings county $120 Moses w. Morrison Scott county $115 Isiac Marshall Jennings county $200 John p. Kyte,.administrator David May deceased Washington county $120 Reuben f. Nay Jefferson county $100 John c. Eay Scott county $1-25 James c. Law Lings Jefferson county $50 John s. Swope administrator Michael Swope deceased Scott county $188 John m. Stewart Ripley county $15 John w. Tuli Scott county $125 William Wilson Jennings counts $70 Joseph Whit Sitt Scott county $130 John m. Wallace administrator James Wallace deceased Jeli Erson county $225. The Cui uese Fiill. Or. Stockslager suggested the passage the chinese Bill that those Republican la embers who opposed the measure will. Hare a delicate duty to perform when they Aie called upon by the Labouring portion their constituency to Daline the Diin Terence in opening the Gates to foreign Competition by removing the protective Tarity Quot and allowing the pauper labor from China to come to our shores and compete with american labor those protective Tariff statesmen who have i laced themselves record against the Bill lie believes will array themselves against the interests they have pretended to protect. thinly the rights foreigners to come Here with cheap labor is the same thing As permitting them to ship their wares after thei have performed their labor abroad so far As Intili enable rights and free Trade Are concerned. Ikla Jor Calkins rep Jeraber from Indiana it is said raised the Sanie proposition. Vertigo. A Quot sunday ise complained severe 5>ains in the stomach and opiates Adili Laist ered to allay the Trout i and Indice Slee it. His condition raied cyme vhf improve Ltd till Sonday danger it Xis symptoms Beacino Manifest and file j Cavil j became seriously alarmed. these so met Ozab assumed in Algrava is form and it became Evit Ici i thi ? j Ith Nezir. "wedn<r7 Lay and thru i slav. Hov for there was a slight a narc erne ii to. And �?��=di.9x>sil. to sleep almost c3�linii-ally. Dur Irig. The Atie noon a evenly. Of Jshii Rilay by talked a great a Al v?.rious biopics and in emed to rec 7era Jarger portion Bis Vimal and cheerful Bijj Isi Tion. Law in the night Quot a in Beca Nii a a Nurious att Restie. This in a tii in act Iver. Though Quot a ills was s.-r.-�?�hat income riot. The. till about an hour Beible , win a Ain rame uric Nous Arjil so rimmed Iii the last i Little tast a clock Julie ring it tit Pitt a pain apparently. The framed write Cau. death per Tonit i. All the i Ammy Werc press at at the Tim a the Dos Tio Lujon. Lo3gf�llovr has not been in heals i a since the Atli ibis intimate Nevid. Pre Quot i Sesoi Agassi was a great Shiock to him and from it never recover fid nearly two years a Joe award his waa the source Audi Fly. w�9 unable a a during that time to enjoy his food impaired digestion Aini dined in bread arid milk whatever May said the Preir amp nce scholarly people there can no question that Longfellow Quot a was the Inoia popular Irsie rican poets not Only at Home,.b=it in the United icing Dom and the British colons As Well. A an books Longfellow ll"2d, Neverth Elbs outside the rigid Barrier i exclusive less Quot a within which May literary Folb enclose theirs Kolves his poetry made Hini a own to everybody not As a member a. Cultured Clamar but As a gentle sync pathetic refined Tander hearted and generous thanking Man. The Man and the part Wero one in Tihe popular estimation and they Lovo both him and his verses these because they Awa revela tii Ltd rach Sweet gentle Wise Ana Loving manhood As everybody enjoys to find. Or. Longfellow s 1 Ife a widespread Blessing. moved the i eat in it nations to sympathy a it i the it it nge j. To gentle and refined Deh tit and Seldom to indic a Tion at the Oppre Sor indignation being More than outweighed in feeling for the Vith n. Veteran writer had just ssed his seven year a Well spen an Lindvi Arlious Relli led thud gentle life being seventy Iive years Agi 4ie 27th february. Henry Wadsworth i Longfellow was born at pert land ., the �?�27 the february 184 7. Fis father was an attorney at Law. In 1821 a entered Bowdon College and was graduated there n Fot v years later. then read Lav a few a Moi its in Nis father s Olyce a Pursuit a hich happily i did not continue friends who l4new his Gen Liis by acquaintance with his College life providing hire the Opportunity an occupation Moro Cong. Denial. They offered him the position modern languages at Bowdoin one entirely proper to his Bent. To qualify Hanse if a Aie better for its duties . Long fellow spent the three years an d a half immediately succeeding his accept Ince the offer in Europe visiting Krance Spain Italy Germany Holland and England for this purpo.. came Home in Isa and began his Cisco by the next mail Steamer. His object a to rec unit i health and to study the working parliamentary institutions in View the establishment a constr Tationa in Apan in 18ik. and a potion the Plank for Tramway companies in Tokio been received from san Franciseo. The sniper into Denre the Extension the railway North Ward has been Deh nicely tsp a Loni firm. I it a Stu Civ flicks a St Lral to1v? factories an Ltd to Ltd a Tenet i pets Iii Irno i Jit Iti Clymond a a Vic hmm rib va., 2t a Abonit noon it to Day the South Jurn e7>d the Richmond and Pitts bring Teil Roach Bridi i was discovered ll-7 i and when the to reran arrived the whole Struci Jas Abi a a and soon turn bled i a to the River the i tie flames reached the Xvi it Morr i end the Bridge they seized i �3pon to a Langsi pc Brick factory t. A rut Terford iv-co., which Iii it Kly a Estro . Kirk spreading with i7>ghtful rapidly Lam Iii ashes the Large Brck tol?&Quot.cco fa3torie, i r. A. Patterson amp co and t. C. Lima . Co., three Iberia j i. A. Mut Chirion two Stem Meries c. A is f. 1. Parks Dale the step Zimery in Orn Kii wards Vulcan Kirori Woik ii operated by Bruce amp Xvi thur. Twe try ten27.oents occurred by poor people Abc t 500 Feit t a Sale Quot to in nesting the Tredegar Iron works with the Richmond ans Quot peti37-?Burg sail Roa a ten in a freight cars the a i Remegio company t. P. Smith s gris Nili Aid a Iri Caber minor buildings and Quantity Coal Ancu umber at the Southern marshes to ? a the Bridge. The fire boat half a Rich in it covered by insurance the rapid Sifread the lire was owing to a Jie avy Gale. One life was lest and several Rii inor casual this Jep oried. A i i ver an i it March i destructive Tea occurred to Jis afte.7noon in Strong amp a cob s wholesale drugs paints oils and Ali Hes esl Salish sent . Superior Street. Tiie Ilam is Brcko out in the basement Arion the varnishes and a Jils. A Lille it May hive been sussed spontaneous combustion Supsic son ii arson is entertained Cas a Man. Was Iveea hastily jumping into a Leggy at the rear and driving Rai idly away a few siomeut3 before tin Host Dames .f>-3sen. The is spread quickly from the Bosse Menife Alon Quot the first and second bloc Rei it and to rough the baes elevator to the lift-., Story. 25&n i Teim tire engines worked vigorously and in tie course two hours the Soni viagra icon was subdued the Stock was 7.aiiied Atn Bruij $ 200,0y0 the damage is estimated it $f0, too Stock and Between 000 Aad $2jo, 000 the building. The Irre Osse amount Aan not stated. The i Saranas Saack is $142,000 building $25.0i i v a Faiks in Ireland Gnant go ii a aels tomsaa3> Wasiuk Futon March 2-1.�?general Grant was asked this afternoon if had anything University cd Briage. England to say concerning the alleged interview a a a a a a in Turof pm i Low that Oxford in the. at Bowdoin which continued until 18 .i5, when the death . George Ticenor w to held the corresponding position m Harvard University resulted in his the vacant in that eminent seat learning. Before actually entering upon its duties again went to Europe this time visiting the scandi Navian countries Germany and Switzerland mainly with the View promoting his acquaintance with the literature Northern Europe. In the autumn 18s6 began to teach in Harvard and continued there eighteen years when was succeeded m his position by James Russell Lowell. . Longfellow scarcer As an author dates from his undergraduate Days during which contributed poetry to the Coltin ins the United states literary in wite. While at Bowdoin some Abie pieces literary criticism six the products his Fertile pen were printed in the North american review. His first volume poems saw the Light in since which at not infrequent intervals a new volume has appeared always Wel-c02ied with pleasure by a Large constituency admiring Loving readers. There is 110 occasion whatever to detail the numerous productions i i pen. Perhaps Quot Evangeline Quot and Quot Miles Stan dish Quot Are the Best known his longer pieces. In tha write s opinion his most effective work is Sein in some his lyrics which Are perfect in their construction and pervaded with sweetness pensive tenderness and humanity. They Are the memory in thousands both sides the 3 Atlantic Ana Are gems which permanently in Rish the literature nations. Quot Liy perion Quot a Romance is not so Well known a. Longfellow s poetry. His translation Dante published in i its can not Saia to have superseded that Carey. As was before suggested mrw Longfellow s poetry is not characterized by strength greatness but by gentlene.s8, sweetness and refinement the product St labor but free from pedantry and affection. has Given eloquent and simple a Stoico to the convictions and a rations Good every Day kind people. Since 1835 Longfellow has made Trio trips to Europe one in and tiie second in 1808 and is Ion the last occasion was made a doctor the United states has stood by in person her t say it was All special envoy instructed either to say nothing a great Many believe Quot said the reporter Quot the Active use our influence would have done no Quot in any event Quot said Blaine Quot it i Ould have done no harm and should Nave had the consciousness at least trying to save a sister Republic from destruction. It would have been Bonor tween him and Thomas m. Ivi Chol supposed to have taken place in Nevi York after Garfield s election and telegraphed from chichi go in which Grant is alleged to have spoken disparagingly Rosecrans. Grant said in reply Quot i do Nofi know Thos. M. Kielion and Don t remember to Havee Vei seen him in my life and i Woi ild certainly never say to him such things As were attributed to under such circumstances. I May have seen . Nichol but did. Not inc w Tuomi National. ,March 27.�?tbepresidenfchas nominated is Erling p. Rounds Illinois As Public Printer mrs. Virginia c. Thompson pos mistress at Louisville by. An Drew a. Luke postmaster at Jeffer Oilville . Tue sugar a Road cig districts lion Wisiana. Sublime god. New Orleans ia., Mirch 2c.�?tardache levee Bayou Gre use Tete has Boken in Many places and the whole Grosse Tete sugar District will submerged. The people Hope to save houses and mimes but cattle sheep and hogs All will lost. These Are the to. Creva amp ses so for in the sugar Aad will entail the loss 01 a Jim Hundred thousand dollars. The water at a Aton. Rouge has i amp in two inches Tho past. Twenty four hours. A heavy lain and Thunder Storla visited there this Forenoon. High winds and threatening rain Here. St. Louis March 20.�?the government Stearner general Barnard has returned from her trip to distribute rations to the flood suffers in the South and will again Load ii to Morrow with Corn meal and Bacon and det it Art another trip it tuesday wednesday. The last one the gang. Dallas tex., March 27.�?federal Detec it Ives to Day arrested j. B. Wyatt charged with counterfeiting at Frankfort Kyj. Thirty four indictments a were found at Louisville against Quot the gang Wyatt belonged to. Thirty two were sent to the Penitentiary and Wyatt is the thirty third in num Lder captured. The commissioner at Dallas Burford jailed him in default $5,000 a Man intruded into an irishman s shanty the other Day. Quot what do you want Quot asked . Quot nothing Quot. Was the reply. Quot then you la find it in the Jug where the whirl y and a doctor civil Law by that Oxford in the same noun try. In 1s73 was elected a member the russian Academy science and in 1877 the Spanish Academy. His works Bave been translated into the con inet Tal languages Europe. Or. Longfellow was an american whose illustrious Fame dig noises his native land and whose productions adorn and invariably Beuett human. to Keigi. K.\jpre3&i0ks� London March 24.�?the times says Quot the news s death will read with deep regret wherever the English language is spoken. The death no literary eng Shmain could excite Jnore genuine than that the much loved author Evangeline Quot the Sassaf Tarry Skira Nisu near twirl est a. Vieo Coli Anitta cd for Slusi Moat is. I it i in March 20�?the recent shooting sufi in Tipper amp by a sanguinary ski Irmis. About thirty men at ailed Tihy House a Farrey suspected ing "3ant. While a is party were firing Eto th�-hg5 three policemen in ambush. Jar so Upo i them. The Moon lighters fled sad Weire pursued by she policemen who f rvs i twee to rounds Buckshot at them. T in 1 Oai was subset Oatly discovered to Iii amp so mob mood for a distance Over a i i mole and one the Pari who had Feli amp to at Ilio first fire was found near the attn i red House mortally wounded. At , county ulue ens. , 1 Kev. Or. Fec Han a priest was prose cited Foi baking seditious language. The Char a Ivaa that read at a meeting a pap�5 in importing to a statement the by Job p 06 a a Evada that if the Bishop hat Yeii Iii imprisoned As a suspect would a .-.isstisd a Nian festo calling the people to ital is instead urging then to no rent. To magistrates ordered father fee a a to Fiad a 400 bail go to prison for six month is. Father Feehan refused to give a Quot i and Ems t Aken to Maryborough prison. I w is Laad to travel Twenty Miles a Aero Seth it co Cutey escorted by cavalry and infantry tie auth amp cities fearing a collision with th3. P a Pii Ilace if should taken by railway. vra.9 a Vowiel with troops and. Pc inc Quot dry ring the hearing the ease and thi>.p<0 it were forbidden assembling the Airi ral father Feehan at Marymor so a Jesemen closed their shops Al Tuyu go was Market Day. Not go Xiv. Standard and Yde graph speak in equally. Graceful terms Longfellow. Bostc March 26.�?the funeral to Day was attended by Many Persona famous in the literary world. The service3,. Which were sir Ort wore Condo isted by Tho Rev. Samuel Longfellow brother the deceased. The remain a Wero Laid away in Tho family vault in Morvant a Aburie. Ceme Telaj. Memorial services were held in the evening in the Chapel Haivard. The Eulogy was pronounced by Profesa a c. C. Everett. Buffalo n. Y., March 26.�?in a churches to Day poems Longfellow substituted for customary service. London March 26.�?the a observer this closes a feeling tribute to Longfellow. I is scarcely too much to say that Sinee Tbs death a Byron no living English to Oil Joyed so wide a popularity As longfhow.&Quot log. One is from Cusimand a san Francisco March 2u.�?arrived, the Steamer cite Tokio Hong Kong via Quot Itok Ohama March 9. The Quot work treaty revision progresses slowly in Tokio. Tea negotiations will Lii Bably continue for three four months meanwhile a Friendly spirit prevails both sides being willing to make concessions. It is understood that to it in adjustment the whole will favo Isible to Japan. Bingham the american representative does not attend the conference a As the treaty Between the United states Arad Japan 1878 conclusively and finally Grants All that the latter demands subject to other Powers conferring to similar conventions. Its late president Council state now privy councillor one the leading statesmen the Empire proceeds to Europe and America. Shoum have left by the English Steamer to Morrow but is detained by business and will probably go to san fran . Ii hoax purity in the is Toama Dee. Sec to she Sentinel v t p.n.2ifiiid., search 24.�?the argument in the. Garrett same was complied and the judge Dell Cima charge to the jury last evening. So certain a amp the a Dianee that the jury would Retura epee Iii. A a in dict that it lingered about the court us Ier severs Houis but the delay became so sex Torvid that one by one they dropped out and went to their Homes. Sentinels and watchers were posted Irith instructions to use the Tele. I phobia As soon a a the verdict was agreed upon sews and Misao passed until this morning when court boat at a. The jury asked additional instruct Lions 1/1 regard to the meaning a Quot reasonable Idour i.4 Quot and the weight certain evidence when a tbsp it tired and in a few minutes returned with a a. Tsi dict a i Quot not if an infernal in Ine had exploded in the midst i that assemblage it would not barn created greater Surprise Moro universe . The prisoner was the Only Man who snap expecting a verdict that character. Even i Ion Onel Scoby one the counsel no longer ago in an last night acknowledged that expected i in Chi tag better than a disagreement sentence Vij the Penitentiary. Our Best people consider it a disgrace to Tho county and loudly denounce it whenever Tho subject a .5erred to. The jury men have taken their selves irom to game their fellow citizens. And with one two exceptions can not seen. Of 180 citizens interviewed not a single one sustained the verdict and some them went so fat a to say that they Are ashamed that they Are Citi. A >n3 this county. Garrett left Lor Home Thia evening. _ Vilas cousins request. St Loris March 26.�?miss Phoebe cousins the Well known woman suffrage advocate Bis City has applied to president Arthur to appointed one the five commissioners to reorganize Utah under the cent act Congress. A numerous by signed petition for her appointment will sent to the president in a few Days. Assassinated. Tombstone March 26.�?mr. Peele engl Pieer the Tombstone Mill and Minin company Quot was assassinated in Hia office v Charleston last night. Two masked Mot entered the office shot him Down and fled . Austin superintendent who was is the. Office with Peele was not Hurt. Motive in known. _

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