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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 3, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 13.Indianapolis, wednesday May 1882. Whole no. 1615the Indian Forsytte s operations Quot with the president determined to suppress the outbreak without further turd cavalry ordered to be port for Active service at once. Hanlan beats Trickett tie australian oarsman Quot Wotli the greatest ease other news. The 1n�ian Campaign. Forty tie m Koporc his recent operations Ith tue hostile a acliese the j Resl deat determined to suppress Tbs outbreak. Chicago May 1.�?lieutenant general Sherman furnished the following from the re Jort colonel George Forse the his recent operations against the hostile apaches. Ithe report is dated Stein s pass station april 26 i fed my horses at 3 30 a. On the 23d inst a ii watered As Pooh us possible from a tank car which i had ordred from san Timon station. 1 Rcd i a off at 6 clo Ltd Aud started directly across the it Gua i Laius to strike the aired Road to Jevtich Moizio a and ordered licit truant Mcdonald to take i How Tok Southof the Craig company mount a Daud two enlisted men Captain a Allatia s cum pan Aud try and cat. Any trails along the sont i Eastern cud Stem s pass. At 1 ols mounted one his own scouts Ai.4 gave i in Yuma Luil who spoke excellent in i Gli it hand regarded As our Best Indian scout. 1 also our six dismounted indians along the base the same Range Lou git fat it a out in the loot Iii s. Win a bout two three Miles from Camp Teuton int Jujic Douai i a t word that a had truck a Nail twelve h in sold ten indians i who were going Iii our Iree Tion. Lis asked for an Adani Oual ends Tea Man. Whom i sent. A Jour later he s fut Wora that Nii Ceu More tiie Trnini Piid had Wita them a Mii e Aud iwo , 1 St Jii Back with in me a a two More enlisted Meu and continue my i Xii i. He had now turned the Southern end the miss a Aud moving along the base the rant in a direction. 1 Aero a the Plain nud Knob Abl High thou Milci my when one the Indian scouts i i Ith his horse aide Idun and suited Tiit Fiir the scouts were killed incl Dlug Voni Quill. And that lieu Luani Ili Donald Aud his men wer standing off a Laige body Chi Icaiaia-., and i must hasten to Kove item. I turned at our j and trotted and Uail oped sixteen Miles to Tho Xuy dictated by the Indian. I met Mcd Vna <1 Abo it twelve Miles from Widero i started who to id me the scouts Vero falling Back Oil foot the Ludi not following them. He had been chased closely a by another Sui ii band Tuo unto Imp wins w ii j a came near culling hit Oft. I soon came up wifi the rest Oft Hemity Gnu were All Light the at tic King Force indians having retreated see aug my command approach Long so Rapi ily. I seems the paches had seen tire tin Illing part Rand ambushed them from the rocks living upon them when not in my feet Distant and Moria by wounded a a Iua ill Aud killed three others the scouts instantly. Bill saw them Tuout three four seconds before they fired and shouted watch out. Lieutenant Quot and Mcdonald a Quick enough to turn his Boay and horse s head just As they fired and the Only Oue the Advance party who escaped. I found the india4s strongly eur traced the West a Side the Capon and in the Middle it which i Nii outlying Rock about -100 feet in height. A Little to the right the Center is a Small line rocks the left and Seuier. a once the Ilene body ugh greatly in excess Twenty five Aud Dismo inting my entire Force formed two Hanking parties two a companies each. Movt3d one company die Eniy in their front As a left flank. Captain Coli manding. And began the at seek. In Alondan a hour we flanked them out both positions and they took up a Strong second to Sittou Winch we again drove them from theace Back into a d up among the mountains and rocks the Canon. They scattered ail through the rocks a some firing from Points Koo 1,2 0 and 1,600 feet above us and a St them evidently climb i from crag to crag Aud i a a oppose eventually worked Back to the other Side the Mountain Range i Nevor saw such a Rug aged place nor Ono better to defense. I delighted to it i see How very much Superior marksmen our men were to the apaches. They never dared lire a third shot Froais behind any particular Rock As our men. Soon As they could sea where the shot came from put their bullets i right at the Panl Cular spot from which the shots people drove them to the very flu a Canon and forced them Back and Over the rare. The action lasted from 1 till Ilock a and our men were c Imp lately exhausted Clemo ing the sides mountains and going up the a a a Bod. The apaches abandoned about thirty ponies and mules Aud we killed ten twelve the Day the fight took some with us to mount Long scouts and yesterday when i returned there killed the re to which were straying among the rocks. after the action Over that i had been firn plug indians who were the to join Gero Limo and help him bring Down the women the Trail foil in a a to by Mcdonald leading axe mud the base it f the Rainge toward Ilich mond i therefore co Elud my to Cross the gift Plaia that Niht and g it to Jris Tymond near Weie i h it Ped to Lind Ioco and Iero Almo i reached the main Road Fourtner mile distance at la 3ta. On the 21ih, Una a with in Leck Iha Quot a mile came a Eros a ii Ike it in his to l it re Burg from i Camiad who told me that the indians had Leit he Gil i liver Nult i were evidently i their to Mexico. that the Gila River eighteen s Lill iut. I at one Iii get a dry Casip As my her is ,u d. 1 Here telc Grap if y u the tip would g. To the Gila for water but in the 1 decided Ltd Amie a k Here. At a. M., a to. joined by Captain Gardo tiie Sistna cavalry acid in m and Date a Wood Vith inc ii a four Indian scouts . Lion a tenant Llata held e amp Iris. Fourth Cav Wilry. 1 it the Back Trail to place i i h irs shoe Canon where there Are two Small Springs at which Ray men got water f to air fade Psi a any for the it hoi get. In a a my they divided then canteens water with the poor anti nos. I mated four Kours mide c flee groomed Iio is then d in h re where arrived at 0 i p. A. I had telegraphed fur fish age Aid Ratoni from my Julih Iii at Separ and for two tanks a a Veter while a were Here ii my arrival. My Ani in fails had a piled seventy eight Milesi sixteen at a Gallop Ravenc rough can try Aud been fort , water. A few them gave out ii .1 hoj e a they Wii follow the Tlacil Titis morning. We Init hed a wait Siag Atil five a. Thi s morn Tryg. 1 Hall have to and for another. Tank water to half the t a eat last night but they Are �1�z r1�v�i Ning. X Petiau love up and push it Ralah the Tir get it ii Over Oneff be Simiu pues Range and Croe eight. Vailea below oriere. Heist Taefi a it the it i rec aha Range Ruvy Bare a Foid bt4�y a Gutmair with them Tif Yon do not pm me time give to if ii an at Alnese. I a Hui follow the Trail until t St these ind Lains. Liar in Perry will it Bably a Atud two Tompat let Clairy to a i Law and a Cit me and la pull Chaffee a with ten a Iea Izui Coli it Jominy. The to Dlan scout in twin Jonii so ii Bowie Road tie Trail. Please Saiid tie Wirig Ioctl report vhf . a Cip my official reports to it victim it Fol it for tile. A few my men Are aah ill to Bese it Iwick Sineln Dlug one with be Keu tits by a Kly pc tart a Hoite. Command is in first Tali spill it thou fun somewhat tired. I expect Hall i Irilian scouts to j Ilu me he reels morning. Elfid regards to All at head a Narbors. I am Well eat sind with the officers and men our regiment. Their has not been a word comi la int from any source. Will leave Here in �00d Rby be. Very nig spectrally and truly yours. Sig Pitts Geo Rob 8. Fosythe. To h. S. Mckenzie Leutta. Be n. Been issued for additional troops to proceed to the scene trouble in Arizona and Aid the troops ther Iti preventing Furt Iier acts violence and bringing the Komi tile to speedy Justice. These reinforcements a ill consist the first Lii fan try now in Texas fourth infantry tie Union Pacific Railroad Depa Ime Nutof the Platte third cavalry also ill the department the Platte and part the if inti , depart nent Missouri. The is in Earnest in the matter and in the words a prominent army officer intends to make a Quot clean the probabilities Are that the troops in Arizona and new it Mexico will be United in command under n brigade is general yet to be assigned to that duty. A ordered to Tea i front. Omaha neb., May 1.�?general Crook commanding the department theft late will Send in the morning the third cavalry to Deming n. Mex the Junction tie Atchison Topeka and Santa be and Southern Pacific railroads for duties against the a Pachew. The regiment is ordered to proceed by rail with All dispatch and Takecia Ftp and Garrison equipage fifteen Wagon teams and Twenty Day rations. Mails and express teams Over the Southern lines Are subjected to interruption and the situation is alarming. The troop Are accustomed Quot to Frontier service and will report to general Wilcox within three Days it r actual business. Two men killed. San f , May 1.�?a Tombstone dispatch says two men were Kiihnl ii indians at Iorg Jisoon mountains saturday. It is supposed a Large number ii Stiles Are ill die motto gains. A Large Nieting held Here to night to take action to raise void integers. Several Hundred dollars were contributed and Many volunteers enrolled. A six rear old Cli ild raped. april 30.�?curtis Neal a negro fifteen years old a us invested for Cominiti Tibig a Lape a six year old White Chilli Lihaug iter mrs. Chas. Voght who gives out Bielby Street near its Terai Inus. The deed committed saturday night. The no Gro had been around the Liou a a Good Devil Aud did some work there air ays being very kind to tie child and thus Gett Ifju Lier Confidence. Saturday night . Oglu ii and no one at the House hut his wife and her Little daughter. Tho child playing Oil in the Back Yani when the negro boy her and walked around to Wile re a he . There a Niall shed in Tho Back the said Aud he to Roux tic child into in the door after him. At this she became a alarmed and tried to escape when the brute her by the Arm in d the raiment d to kill Ber if she made any . She however began to cry at f he. Top her voice but be caught her by i he Throat and throwing her upon the floor violated her person. The Little girl is in a v by dangerous condition and it is feared that serious results will follow. The Community is terribly excited. Another Case has just come to Light in Whiteii Anna Ralph aged Twenty two residing l3rook near Breckenridge is the victim. She had just got Home from the circus last night. Her company had left her at the Gate and not half a Square away when a negro named a targe whom she knew came up and spoke. After a few words the negro seized the woman by the Throat threw her to the ground and succeeded in hellish purpose. Berge is in jail. A rape a White woman by a negro is Puni Shable with death in Kentucky. The clearances for tie week. , May 1.�?from the Post the following table shows the total Gross exchanges at Twenty two leading Clearing hates the Quot United states Twenty one being for the week ending april 20 and one Louisville for the week ending Piil 27 Kew York. F837,493,.s70 . 71,218,009 . 89,171.203 l Ine Lunati. 17,800.000 St. Louis. 15,197,70-1 Baltimore. 11,673,980 re an Francisco. ,88r .72.s new Orleans. 8 9ii5,728 l it it Burg. 9.227 so Louisville. 6 j94,-190 Milwaukee. 5.c9s.00u Providence. 3,701,500 Kansas City. 2.9s1. 1u0 Cleveland. 1.898,729 Indianapolis. L,8ir ,0f-0 new Haven. 1.269 3-28 pm Oria. 1,11s.�o76 Memphis. C9lv81 i . 739a it 7 Ivor Cester. 9ts.862 Lowell. 4s9,r he Syracuse. 812,224 tetal.81,051,630.709 outside in new York. 214.130, 30 the exhibit this week is a somewhat unfavourable one particularly As far As leading Eastern cities Are concerned. General Trade throughout the country is rather backward the general situation remaining but Little changed from that last week As compared Willi the corresponding week last year. The clearings show an increase Quot is per cent Aguini an increase 21 last week and one 05 the previous week. This decrease is Mioi isted y party owing to holding up in the extensive Sik curation in Pru Dii is we Iii have been g ung for some huh past in new York Ai d various parts the West. Sirs. Scoville s lick tire. New Yoke april 30.�?-mrs. George so Vilie sister Arles j. Guiteau a Inoke her Bruiser s crime to Naglit to a very Small audience Acau Uptown theater. Her ii Lue Divite , she ���<1 Hud been relieved and ice had forwarded to Chicago $10u with which to redeem her furniture. As i Viteau s sister she stood alone hardly daring to ask for sympathy but simply wishing to place his Case As a Lunatic before the american Veople. Quot this poor deluded a crazy brother mine has been it prejudged founded and condensed to death by the pres and people. He has not had a fair trial and the time Wiki Coane when the a american people will atop and think and to ten they will see she gave a history her brother showing insanity and said we itch the news his act came to her she had not wept but her heart had broken Wick Quot one great sob. Sunday a vening next mrs. I Covilie will a petition for the Pei i a to sign asking tiie president to a com mute her brother a be Denoe to imprison Menti Orllie. Seit National Chicago april 2�?the difficulties Between the management Job the a Forth Chicago Tho president Mills situated in South Chicago washing Toni May president has and its employees have Tyen Rise to an Alto decided to put Down the Indian outbreak in i Gether improbable Story that an attempt it the no a Fiu use. Wam Olston maj 1.�?-the Deb Locrata Are quietly quaking Tirrance Aielts for a vigorous contest for the next House representatives. To ii Weir managers and leaders seem to he looking More closely to Campaign funds Hian herein fore. Some the wealthiest democrats in the country have interested the matter and several conferences have been held Here the subject. The Board control will it is said give the democrats a a generally an Opportunity to contribute Monty for the coming canvass. Roos measures to that end. Orders have the Mills employ 1,200 i inched. The gallon Ohio a Tible taken from jail and hang a a interview with an Bye witness. Cleveland april say Frank Fisher the negro who ravished a thirteen year old girl Friday lynched at Galion this afternoon by a mob about 3 0 men. Fisher made no resistance and while hanging squirmed but once and choked to death. At 3 clock a Large crowd determined men unmasked went boldly to the City Hall prison and demanded the surrender the negro to them. The officers refused and mayor Underwood and others made speeches to the excited throng counselling that the Law be permitted to take its course but to no purpose. The mob forced the doors the prison broke open the Iron Cage and drag Geil the negro into the Street with Pierce shouts. Meanwhile a delegation accompanied by a physician who had been pre ised into service drove to the House the victim the negro s lust to ascertain \ whether the girl Barbara Rettig mentally and physically Able to confront and identify the prisoner. She told the physician Ehe could As she had often seen him chopping Wood near her Home. This being reported to the crowd the negro marched to her Home preceded by men carrying a rope and surrounded a howling rabble. When Barbara saw the cowering wretch she exclaimed Quot that is the Man Quot and fainted. The noose thrown Over the negro s head and he dragged to a tree at the rear the lot. Somebody suggested the scene the rape As the fittest place to strangle i him. This met the views All and Fisher taken to the spot where he told that his time had come to die. He prayed Quot lord take care me i know that 1 am going to die but i have Many friends the remainder the prayer Dro Nevi in shouts. His hands were tied behind his Back a handkerchief put Over his face and he Strung up at 2 10 clock. The body still hanging at a late hour. An Avitu Ess. Last night a Sentinel reporter met one the Bee line train men who witnessed the Lynching Frank Fisher at Galien o., yesterday afternoon. He says that Fisher who is coloured and about thirty years age arrested at 5 clock sunday morning near Galion for committing a rape upon a Little German girl thirteen. \ Dur Itig the afternoon the citizens became very indignant Over the brutal affair and shortly after to clock a crowd several Hundred gathered about the Lail fur the purpose Lynching Fisher. The mayor soon upon the spot and in a speech fifteen minutes duration begged the crowd to let the Law take its course. At this time an alarm fire sounded from an other portion Tho City and while the conflagration Dref a Laige number Avay from about the prison Tho Resolute men stayed and during considerable excitement burst in the doors and soon had Fisher in the Middle the Street with a rope around his neck and were in the act swinging him to the limb a tree when it va9 suggested that he be taken in front the child and if recognized by her As the guilty party then he should hang. A number men then got hold the rope and dragged him a Quarter a mile to Tho Home the outraged girl. Tie moment the child Laid eyes upon him she recognized him to be the Man who had so fiendishly assaulted her. This settled the matter and the negro confessed Liis guilt. The excited mob then began beating the , but finally got him to a tree close by and in a few seconds his dangling from one its . The Lyncher wore no masks and did not attempt to conceal their identity. House. This Church crowded with mourners and when the body placed in front the pulpit judge Rockwood Hoar took his place at the head the the family and friends were seated. Judge Hoar began a Beautiful address with the words Quot the Beauty Irsael is fallen in its High a selection from the scriptures followed and Rev. James Freeman Clarke delivered a Long and interesting address upon the life arid works Emerson. Prayer and Benediction closed the exercises in the Church the people 9f Concord then looked upon the face the dead and the coffin closed and borne to the cemetery. Rev. Or. Kaskitis an episcopal Clergyman and a member the family Here read the burial service and the body lowered into the grave. The people and clergymen then United in reciting the lord s prayer Clos Itig with the words Quot and deliver us from the grandchildren passed by the open grave each tossing upon the coffin a bouquet Flowers acid the ended. Near by is the grave Nathaniel Hawthorne. Among the More prominent persons present were Oliver Wendell Holmes George William Curtis George William Cooke Emerson s Bio Nipher William t. Sargent general Banks judge , Darwin e. Ware president Elliott and professors Pierce to amp Ford Hilts and Norton Harvard mis. John a Andrew and daughter and Rev. Or. Green Montreal. Of Iris any. A a the death Balph Waldo Emerson american poet and essayist. B0.ston, april 27.�?Ralph Waldo Emerson died in Concord mass., at 9 clock this evening. Ralph Waldo Emerson a american poet and essayist born in Boston in March 180 j. He the son Kev. William Emerson pastor the first Church that City lie enter us har Vard College in 1817, and graduated in August 1821. He does not appear to have held a High Lankin tils class though the record show that he twice received a Bov Vdovin prize Foi dissertations Aud onco a Boylston prize for decl Caiiou. He also the poet his class class while at the University he made More use the Library than is common among students acid among Nis classmates for his knowledge get Rel literature. In 182g he Quot a probated to preach Quot by the Middlesex association ministers but his health at this time Fallig he spent the Winter la South Carolina Aud Al Rifqa. In 18i9he ordained As colleague to Henry Ware at the Racond guitar Ian Oil urch Boston. He belonged to a clerical race. For eight Genera ticks Recki g Back to Lils ancestor Peter Buckley Oue the f Landeis Concord mass., there had always been a Cirei a Jamau in the family Ciuper the paternal the maternal Side Ile the eighth in Fec Cecelon this consecutive Hue i Ulster. A Small volume end led Quot nature Quot 1836an oration before the Phi Bata Kappa society with Tho title Quot Tho american scholar Quot 1837 an address to the senior class the Caius Ridge divinity school 1838and the Meifod a lature Quot Isi Coata inel Tho Mott prominent i Culi Artles his therbe Ide i so and by their ire Schuess Aud depth thought and com Pacl Beauty express jul allured ii tiny readers in becoming disciples. In 184d he collected and published his . The year be i Ite l i Elaud delivered a series lectures before a Union Mechanic i Institute and other Soe Viies. In 1850 Quot is Riis men Quot a series Rea,-terl.v mental portraits with some the features Over charged published. In 1866 he pub i Kiwi a Eagin Jyh Kituto a v Oia in which lie seizes Aud a Lipha Iii ies the the English mind and people and in 1860, Quot the con Ducios Quot May Day Quot and Otner pieces in 1807 Quot society and Solitude Quot in 187u. As a writer . Kmart que distinguished for a singular Miou poetic imaginations with practical acuteness. I s a Sisu took a wide sweep in tue realms the Ideal but no less firm and penetrating in the sphere facts. The by Liliant transcendentalist evidently a Man not easy to to deceived in matters pertaining to the Ordinary coverse human affairs. With him however Witt a Dot ail end but a Means Aud Usra ally employed Tor the dete it ainu pre Touse Aud imposture . Mercou s style win in the i Ofelt Harmony with the character his Uio rights. 11 condensed Almo t to abruptness. Plue icy a wever., out the ques Don in a Tyle which Cut mgt bin Siuch amedere Economy olt words with to amp a to Load every Woid with vital meaning. But the great characteristic . Mexton s intellect the Pei captions and sentiments Beauty. His Obser Caiiou his wit Bis Rea in Hie Imi Giriat a his s Yle obeyed the controlling Seusfe. Bea 15, which w As at the hear Hia nature and Psi Leeiii Ely avoided the ugly Aud the base. Tui last two three Yuirai be has Recap sued a Dietly a iils Home in Concord. Funeral Kalpa Tildo Emo god Amerl a a a in Foet and Espa Ylst Conco fid mass., april 30.�? the last rites Over the remains i Ralph Waldo Emerson took place this afternoon. A special Tram from Boston brought Many people thither. Almost every building in town bore some draping the Public buildings being heavily draped. The services at the House were conducted by Rev. W. H. Furn a Phila Delphia and were a simple character. The aged Mother the poet his Tife and daughter Elleu Sot near the coffin. After the services were Frimod and the body taken to the uni Tari Ifju clan Rob but a Short distance from the Call for Bonds. W.\.shiigto5, May 1.�?the following is the 113th Call for the redemption Bonds the loan july 17 and August 5, 1861, continued at �>2 per cent from january 1, 1881 treas try Asp abutment Washington May 1. Notice is hereby Given that the principal and accrued interest Bonds herein below designated will be paid at the Treasury the United states at Washington the 1st Luly. 1882, and interest said Bonds ceases that Date Viz registered Bonds acts july 17 and August 5. Continued during the the government to Bear interest at 3v2 per centum per a Iram from july 1,1881, As follows fifty dollars no. 2,-160 to no. 2,501, both incl Viive Sloo no. 17,751 to no. 1618, both �500, no. 11.c61 to no. 12,283, both Hicl Sive ,000, no. .=i5,951 to no. Fi6,972, both inclusive s5,000, no. 17.581 to no. 17.s i4, Boisi inclusive s10,c00, no. 3,811 to no. 40,116, both inclusive. Tie Bonds outstanding and represented by the above mentioned numbers constitute the residue those issued under the acts Only 17 and August 5, 18g1, continued at per centum. The six months interest due july 1, 18s2, the above described Bond s will not be paid by checks forwarded to h Idera Bonds but will be paid with the principal to holders at the time presentation. .aying a Corker Stone under Ajifu Cultis. New York april 30.�?eight Hundred policemen were duty to Day to prevent the Parade socialists from the Germania Assembly rooms to the ferry connecting with the Eastern District Brooklyn where to be Laid the Corner Stone the Monument to Froebel. A delegation socialists informed the superintendent police the Parade abandoned and asked permission to March behind the Hearse containing the body a socialist which to be interred in Brooklyn. This refused under the regular order requiring six hours notice a procession and the socialists then in Small parties made their to the ferry and participated in the ceremonies laying the Corner Stone. Seven thousand persons were present at the exercises it the Monument which will be known As the Brooklyn labor lyceum association Hall. One speaker said superintendent Walling told the undertaker in charge the body their dead companion he would be shot Irtie should take the b dy.10 t. Germania Assembly rooms As desired w the socialists. Lie Star Hunters. Wasiqi Koton april 27.�?the hearing the re Dell Star route Caie resumed this morning and d. H. Woodward testified in corroboration the evidence Given by messes. James and Mcveagh yesterday. He had been told by re Dell that about 1,500 2,000 shares 01 mining Stock had been Given by Dorsey to Turner for what he called Quot official services Rerd ii also said that Tyner former assistant postmaster Giu Era had been Given 2,000 shares to in Ila ence his Oili Cial action. A. Gibson had also received 2.000 shares Stock. He re Dell did not know Why this a payment made. Mcgrow the auditor and Deputy auditor received and divided one half a certain sum resulting from remitted fines re Dell did not remember a hat mining company s Stock paid to Tyner Aud others. Adjourned. Persecuted jews. St. Petersburg april 30.�?general Igna Tieful Quot publishes a communication denying the anti jewish disturbances Are the result want action the part the government and declaring seriou.6 disorders have occurred Only at Butita where the jews were in , As they began the demonstrations in revenge far the insult to jews by general Ignatieff states elsewhere disorders have been averted through energetic measures the authorities which will be continued. Ids reported the jews Are leaving Wilna in Nasse. Two Lian Drej famines stare for America mond in new York. Zanison s Coli uni is Phaiah London april 30.�?montague Williamy writes he thinks it due himself and All Fren Tlemcen professionally associated with him in . Lamson s defense to state no surges Don the doctor s if sanity Lead Evar been made to any them. Williams says he assured from the fire to the last the prisoner denied the commission the crime. His instructions were to Challenge the direct and scientific evidence Given by the pro Elution. This explanation Williams says is rendered necessary bar a late letter Rev. Or. Lam son written in his sad extremity. Anti it Linese. San Feancisco april 27.�?delegates from the trades Assem Lily have been holding an Artil chinese state convention in the City to is week. Several Interior Zubor organizations were reprise fixed. Politicians were ruled out. Last night re. Solutions and add Estes were adopted providing for boycotting chinese and All who Deal with them and pledging members to assist when Cash d upon in an overwhelming demonstration in Public opinion and Power Nuu Ibers to prevent the lauding chinese after reasonable notice has been Given. Polar ears immigrate i. Bostoff my 1.�?the Steamer Glat Pargani from Liverpool arrived badly scratched by ice. The Al Vine Board for Breeding purposes will be sent West. The vessel steamed Igo Miles the Southern Edge an Ioe Field and passed fully 100 Large ice bergs which were Polar bears and Many seals. Several sailing vessels were sighted ice bound. Election Zabos. Chael Estow. S. C., april 50.�?the jury in the Barnwell county election Case in which Hogg and others Are charged with obstructing voters have not be tags de upon a verdict. Of thirty nine defendants a Nolle pro Sequi will be entered in the Case ten. An attempt the Uvea William it. Vanderbilt and Cyrus w. Field to Gay sending explosives to Brookli tie sails. New York april 29.�?a dastardly attempt Wasi made to Day by setae miscreants the lives William h. Vand6rbilt Andl Cyrus w. Field by sending them explosives through the mails. Fortunately the dangerous character the packages Dis covered in route to the Porto slice station and so the probable loss life prevented. The Locum stances the Case As related by postmaster Pearson Are As follows two missives came into the pos Tolice at 4 30 clock in the afternoon. One posted in the office and the other brought in by a collector a few minutes afterwards. The last one addressed to we. H. Vanderbilt 459 fifth Avenue. The first Oue addressed to Cyrus a. Field i Lexington Avenue and to Jentje third Street. The packages were place l in the mail bag along with other mail matter for the Uptown District put in mail Wagon and taken to the third Avenue elevated Railroad station at the head Cha thaia Street and then deposited the front platform one the cars. The train started up town and before the station at ninth Street and third Avenue a explosion heard irom the mall Basr Aud fire and smoke observed to Issue from it. When the train stopped at the station the burning bags were hastily transferred to the platform. As the Railroad people were afraid to transport it any further a train it taken Down stairs placed a Wagon and taken to the station at Twenty Siuth Street and thirtieth Avenue. S i Periut Endert Mosher who is in charge there sent a messenger in Chaste for Pearson Aud when that official arrived the half burned mall bag and its contents were examined. The package addressed to Cyrus a. Field plunged into a bucket water for fear it might also explode and when thoroughly soaked examined carefully. It found to consist a pasteboard Box covered with Gaudy Flowers and pictures and had a Small drawer in it from which de perked a string As is supposed for the purpose drawing it open and causing the explosion. Inside the Box found Atli canister containing one half Wund powder and a Glass. Jar boat Alding a a bite powder and a liquid believed to be some kind explosive. But what it none tie Post office officials could so y. It will be sent to a chemist for analysis. On the packages were ten five cent Stamps. It . Vanderbilt s package that plodded probably caused by Jolt the cars when rounding a Cuvir our by it very into the third Avenue and but i r which occurrence the packages might reached their destinations Aud exploded in the hands the parties to whom they were sent. The contents the mail org were pretty Well for Click by the explosion. 1 h ,.-Po, Torlice Are making vigorous Effort i 10 the packages to the parties who gent item and no Stone will be left unturned Postina to Pearson says to Hunt Down the ruffians who made these nihilistic attempts. Visited Lawrence Creek a few Miles from thai place last evening tearing off the roof the methodist Church and blowing Down houses and barns ten twelve Farmers. None the inmates were seriously Hurt. . Chicago Panl 27.�?a Case trichinosis is Reni sorted from Clyde. On the 23d inst. Adam killed a hog a hich the entire family ate and during Tho night All were seized with vomiting and All the symptoms Trichina. A son aged twelve died during the night and the rest the Fuji by Are in a by inti condition except mrs. Ballinger who May recover. The movements the Trichina in the raw pork May be observed with the naked Eye. Two men hanged. City col. April 27.�?this morning it 1 clock a Hundred masked men overpowered the guard and took from the jail Geo. Betts and Jim Brown who shot and killed sheriff Campbell yesterday morning Suhi e attempting to arrest them. The men were taken to a Bridge at the lower part town and Hung. Both men died game Betts asking sortie men for a Chew tobacco just before the rope placed around his neck. Infernal machines. New Yoke april 30.�?i arly this morn a Tig John m. Davenport 310east nineteenth meet visited police Headquarters carrying with him an internal machine similar to those sent William and Cyrus w. Field yesterday evidently prepared by the same person. It had been placed in the hallway Davenport s House last night and exploded at 10 clock setting fire to the door mat but doing no other damage. The intention evidently to set fire to the House. The machine a Cigar Box bound with wire and contained Cotton which set fire by the explosion the powder being ignited by a fuse. There ju3t. Sufficient powder to shatter the Box and ignite the Cotton. Davenport heard the explosion and found his door mat in a Blaze. The Box probably intended for superintendent Walling the letter Quot a Quot being written it and he living a few doors Distant detectives Are endeavouring to discover t a offenders. Postmaster Pearson has no clue to the senders explosive packages to Vanderbilt a l Reid. He will examine Tho collectors to Morrow be Little Glass Globe Buttici taken out the machine intended for Vanderbilt sent to professor Ogden Dore mus who declared the fluid to be sulphuric acid which if brought in Contact with Gunpowder and chlorate Potash even in Small quantities will cause it to explode. Thie latest Siti Listic scheme. Moscow april 30.�?a Man named Kobo Seff Bogd Nowitsch recently submitted to the authorities a pm an for the illumination the Kremlin with electric Light. Inquiries were instituted and it discovered flu indention to blow up the whole the Kremlin during the festivities attending the Coronation the Czar. At a Man s residence there were found a number peasants Caps and crowns which were filled with explosives intended to be thrown into the air in greeting to tie Czar and falling to the ground their contents w Ould sex Pluffe with the effect bombs. Bogd Nowitsch and 3,000 nihilists have Ben arrested. The governor general has put a Stop to the expulsion jews from Russia Lawles Nesb in Arizona. Washington april 27.�?a message from the president to Congress this afternoon recites that great lawlessness exists in Ariz Ona that the governor report that violence and lawlessness reign that robbery and murder Are common and the citizens Are alarmed and that cow boys cause this Troy ble. To suppress this the Prev a ident recommends that the army be permitted to co operate Vith the civil authorities that soldiers be permitted to be employed in that territory As a poise comi Tatus. Referred to judiciary committee. Ted Ohio Erie question. W.8ikgtqn, april 27.�?senator Farley California 4n discussing the anti chinese Bill this afternoon gave that question a jew Lotical turn. He said the matter anti Clinese legislation had been taken i3aarge by the and managed close corporation style. He complained that the democrats from the Pacific coast had not been consulted As to the needs their constituents and claimed that to the democrats Beloni s the credit All that May a Lave been one Bewab Licaisi Washington May 1.�?townshend, Illinois offered in the Hoti be a joint Resolution to repeal All provisions the existing treaties with China permitting immigration chinese labourers to the United states. The House refused to second the Resolution by a vote Loo to 62, . Page califor Nia being the Only Republican who voted to second. Townshend then said he offered the Resolution to show that Only one Republican had the courage to favor it. To even killed. Denver april .20.�?the Republican s Gunnison special says Quot thursday three cattle thieves were killed near Orand Juc Tiomi Ute reservation by sheriff bowmen Gunnison ooh qty Deputy sheriff j. P. Brink Utah and a Large posse. On Friday the sheriff s posse came Suddet ily upon another gang thieves. During the engagement Bowman and Brink were both killed. A Large party citizens Are now in Pursuit the destructive storm. Cincinnati april 27.�?a special from Vanceburg ky., says a destructive Tornado passed Over the Southwest part Lewis county late yesterday evening throwing Down dwellings barns and fences and injuring several people. The wife James Bivens had an Arm and both Iego Bromen. Several families were left bom Eleisa. A Maysville by special says a Cyclone Sirock by Leigh twins. . May 1.�?the German Brig Ceres fired by lightning saturday120 Miles out returned to port saturday night and wa.= scuttled in fourteen feet water. The cargo cont isted 976 Bales Cotton valued at $5.5,000. The damage to the vessel is $10,000. Native Chalmers and . I Snofa is sworn Washington april 20.�?mr. Page moved concurrence in the Senate Emun timeouts to the Bill. Or. Hooker Jecies Aud . Page gave notice he would ask its consideration monday. A Resolution a s adopted to Send the sub com Mitten to new York to take testimony in the Chili Peru investigation. A Tho House resumed the Coull duration the contested a use Lynch is. Chalmers. The previous question ordered and . Calkins Ludiana. Took the floor to the debate. Or. Calkins spoke for Uei Irby two hours Aid frequently applauded by his party Freud i. In conc Luciou he reviewed the Beix uts granted the coloured people by the Kerub Licau party and is shred that to pie the party would continue to i educate them and standing by them in fall a advancing step in civil would invoke god s Blessing upon hem Aud to fair thildred. Tho conclusion tue speech greeted with loud and Long continued. the Republican Side Aud in the girl levies in which a Largo number coloured to in were . A vote then taken the Resolution the Iii Jority the committee elect Long a Eclar in log Chalmers e it tied to retain his seat. This , a nays 125�?a party vote. About thirty pairs Wero announced this vote. The a vestion then recurred the first Resolution the majority declaring Chalmers not Eti ii led to the sear. At first there a Dis Poi lion shown the democratic Side to Refram from voting and inc first roil Cail not More than Twenty democrats voted Aiqiong them Randall Aud House Tucker Carlisle and holi aau. This however to Mettke a quorum and upon the second Roll Call the democrats cast their votes in the Nega Iivo the Rei Lulion adopted yeas 124 nays 71. The second Resolution declaring Lynch entitled to the seat agreed to yeas �25 nays 8 5. Lynch then appeared at the bar the House escorted by Calkins Aud the oath office Given him by the speaker. Charged a Ltd i Kape. Special to the Sentinel Bloomi Niton ind., april 27.�?four Young Mon it id a Small boy were brought Here at ten clock last i Light Aud lodged in jail the charge rape a nine year old girl at Sini Hville this county. Your correspondent could not learn the particulars further than the rape is alleged to have eur Rcd several Days ago Aud these Young men who Are hands a a temporary Agio be factory at Smithville Are charged Avith Tho deed. Fiat an Examina it Ion the person the Lutie girl by a physician discovers that a rape has been committed her beyond a doubt lowing her in a horrible condition. The Little girl belongs to a highly respectable family and so soon As the particulars Are Learned by the Public who Are ignorant even the charge yet there will be such a demand for punishment that the guilty can not escape. The preliminary examination those charged will take place thi a afternoon. It is hinted around this morning that the right party has not been arrested. Golden City disaster. Memphis april 29�?local inspectors Garrett and Kalston have console red their investigation the Golden City disaster which Steamer burned Here March 30. They find that the vessel Pio Vlod with a full complement officers and Crew and equipped with All the fire extinguishing appliances required by Law. They held that the vessel in carrying jute without Tho same being covered with digging violated the spirit Section 4,472 the revised statutes Aud the is Cenge j. N Bonduraut mate. After the Sre discovered the officers used every exertion to save the passengers Aud Are held for the log a life. The dead bodi�8of a Man. And Vroman supposed to be a icbms the Gohlsen City disaster were Etc it jeered yesterday Oue at Crow Island eighteen Miles below and the other at Bourdeaux Point Quot sixty Miles below. W. F. Mclntyre i Eikon the ill fated Steamer leaves this evening to identify the remains _ Tho Star Souto cases. Washington april 29.�?judge Wylie us slide Ilic indictments against mis Armstrong la the a Straw Bond cases Tho ground Misnomer Rue prosecution gave notice an in Teuton to Lein edict her. Argument i i now being heard a motion to quash the . The court adjourned Tiutin tuesday without deciding the erases. Freddia will stick. New York april 29 a Ai a meeting the it Narlian electric Light company to Day it it rated there no truth whatever in the report from Boston As to the retirement from the Bird trustees Fred Grant and . Moriariy. Grant Only made president for a Day and sex ii a rotary Windom had nothing whatever to do with the business. New wheat. St. Louis apr 29.�?the first new wheat this year s crop received Here this morning by s. W. Cobb amp co., and sold at the noon Call at $4.60 per Bushel the highest Poco Ever paid Here. It oohs Lotsof 100back8.i8a Little Damp but plump and Bright and grades no. 2. It raised la Johnson county a kind. Special to the Sentinel qbekn8bba.g, Lud. May 1.�?mr. Walf Lnger s wife this morning Presca Ted him with three Fine girls. To Embi her and children Are doing Well. Fri Finger a prominent Burmei living near Alert a Triplet. A Quot paria special to the new York Keral i Bays a a a a a a lady a61ivep6d three Hildrea Here this week Ondr rather slug Lar Click instances. She looking at the bears in the Jardines Plantes when the first child Uneze Tadly the world. Some bystander hailed a Carriage and put Mother and infant into it. Before she a cached Home however the lady delivered a second child. Hardly had she got to her journey s end when she presented her unhappy. Husband with a third. It is satisfactory to know that the Mother the triplets is Well the father Baa threatened to commit _ swallowed Ltd. Tsan Francisco Post. J Quot Yon see i follow it Quot said a police officer while chasing a pickpocket Down Pine Street the other , but you Don t exactly apprehend me replied the thief As he dodged into the brokers Board and became lost in the Cri Imee s Fate. Arsenic Sof Focient to cause de Atli Fosnot a Inch body theory that the Corpse Quot a. Placed in tie water after death. New York Herald 29th. In i s scientific interest the testimony in the Malley trial to Day importance. That sufi scent arsenic found in Jennie Cramer s body to produce death testified to by one the scientific experts tale College who upon the witness stand throughout the Day. His analysis showed the presence More than a fatal qty entity the Poison. This is strongly in support the state s theory that the girl not drowned at the West Havel Shore. The prosecution discloses nothing what it proposes to prove other Tolian the general features outlined in the presentation the Case. The testimony however is now tending toward Tho support the theory that the poor girl May have been dead for hours before her body thrown into tie water under the Shadow r ight. That the state Hopes to connect the Malley boys in some with the Purchase the Poison is a natural interference. Nothing the i in disclosed in the preliminary trial nor does any one seem to know just what tvs once the state s attorney is relying upon. The purely scientific testimony premises to be Brief. The court has adjourned Over to next tuesday when the Cross examination professor Chitter Ilen will be . Tut at their ease. At t be hour 10 the door the judge s room opened ind judge Granger entered in his usual deliberate . The lawyers ranged thei selves around their table. The had previously come in. Both the Malley boys Laid their overcoats Over the backs their chairs and James Laid his head Back his comfortable head rest. Walter adjusted his Gold mounted eyeglasses and Hung their narrow Black silk Cord Over his right ear to be out the . Blanche Douglass sat the opposite Side the table. She has added a Broad lace c Ellar to her costume. Her eyes Are partly shaded by a Little Blade lace veil falling not quite to the upper he. The Jurjen filed in. Ranged themselves in their seats and a signed thei selves to the infliction anole Day Scie Utitia testimony. Amoun i arsenic found. Chittenden took the witness stand and resumed uis direct testimony. He did not produce chemical apparatus yesterday but had his a mahogany Case Ritli exhibits the arsenic found in Jennie Cramer y body. He gave extended his analysis uie several portions 00-Cupying nearly an hour. According to the profi Susor s Teri Simony the total amount found in the body 3.1192 grains Quot this arsenic taken in the form common arsenic a Iol Tiou Quot ask <1 the state attorney. This objected to. But the court allowed the witness to answer his ruling sustaining the claim the state that the witness an expert. The state attorney having repeated the question the witness replied that there Are certain data which enable toxicologists to determine How arsenic is taken. His opinion that in this instance it taken in a soluble first reason Quot he continued Quot is that the proportion found in he brain exceptionally the professor proceeding to cite another reason when . Jones objected that he wanted not particular reasons which i an opinion to be based but some Jan eral Rule. Judge Granger remarked that the witness might fortify his opinions by his experience in particular cases. Resuming the professor said substantially Quot my opinion based Union my a ii air ments and Tipon Public is that common arsenic which is conic it Ara timely insoluble is never found except in very Small traces in the brain either in acute chronic cases poisoning when taken in soluble form so a to most readily pass into the blood the Quantity in the brain is larger arsenic in the form crystals can not pass into the blood enough at one time to allow any great the brain for the reason that the Poison is very readily eliminated from the body by the kidneys. My own experiments Wilb Small animals and my knowledge the writings eminent French and German chemists Lead me to this conclusion. Judge Granger . Jones do you now wish to renew your objection . Jones no sir. I will let this opinion go to the jury for what it is Worth. A again Quot continued the witness Quot the Large Quantity arsenic found in the muscular tissues the Back would not bars been absorbed unless taken into the system in a soluble the Poison the state attorney next inquired about Quot Fowler s solution Quot com Moi arse Oil and this solution Are the two forms arsenic most commonly sold in drug Mon arsenic costs at wholesale about Teci cents a Pound Erik Quantity sufficient to kill More than a it undred adults. It retails for ten cents an ounce usually. Quot Fowler s solution Quot is used for various medicinal Pur poses and actresses and women fashion Are reputed to use it to secure a Clear com a flexion this solution May possibly have it been the drug administered to Jenmol Cramer and Thibout places her lower lip a May have been made by the bottle rudely pressed to her Mouth. Professor Chittenden said that n Laid ounce Quot Fowler s solution to Quot contain 3 four grains arsenic a fatal dose it a in a. usable form. Continuing be referred to his acquaintance wit Tho works various foreign writers. Quot what is a fatal dose arsenic Quot Askodi counsel. _ Quot it varies Quot replied the it witness Quot accor ing to the condition the Poison and Eftim. Body. One scientist a says from one to twi i grains another two and a half grains half a ounce Fowler a solution has prot iced death. On the a tray larger Quan Ritie have failed to i Ose death. I think from two to three ins under Eiron Mstan a favourable to the Oison would be Quot How Shounia arsenic be administered 8o>0i> to a comply its work Quick kit Quot. In a sol urme form.?,-an Over use Wili thrown off by vol by a jew tii Pes from a fatal dose death a ensue ii from twelve to Twenty four Giardin the oxalic acid spa icon i Facea upon Jedi ii Cramer s fact by the under Ker Chect Decamp Ositis a in aah Chitte Riden said that such a Vitot 6�i Woom Dilisi itself vei7 slowly acid Peci Alfy tuber too Susie vision blood he a Sale that toxi<5<ii0�.i . I Lus Iosim As to How Ping a Poi Iii has it by Fri m f he Porceng age s it fond did Mif Este rior Tionson the body to in Anil amt err body there were the leg. .011 a Anutt common arsenic the transverse sect Iii taken including the Pelvic Bone .021 air i .034 breast muscle. .0s7 Back muscle .260.the treas near Lawro Neft Conn a. A Bedford special the 28th says this morning the county treasurer Jaxteb-9,i Moone in a most positive manner ref use to the Low the experts appointed by Tea Board commission Era to examine the boost in that office from 1876 tip Quot to the present time Tot Oacle a Book paper until they could satisfy him they were legally ent fled to do so. The tre Sanur action is condemned by those supporting the ck>mmi8sioners in unmeasured terms but Tho other hand he is Sui red by Many who think pfc did what right

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