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17 May 1882

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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 17, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 15.indianapolis, wednesday 31a y 17, 1882. Whole no. 161t civil service. 0 Antral w. T. Sherman called Assem Luy together with following remarks keep orc Ottlie committee in advocacy o l i am glad to meet those Here civil service of / United it a tel. I inn Iverse by of some Toast be but it was not by a , May 15.-senator Jan ton on behalf of committee on service retrenchment to Day prese at Senate a Rei>6rt in advocacy of piss age of a Bill Quot to regulate and Inin Rov it he civil service of United states Quot Quot departed to Senate on 2 t i of March ast. The report j Chi Ever s at length growth of government slow foundation effect of this growth of civil Sci Vinje. Let Ferring to a a it. Is characterized As Quot six jigs by Stein Quot prepaid gut i Toti is i of state most of Feal an Politi insider on . Fletcher acknowledged gift m behalf of shall dec mine tie Chiin of Tia in and or in. T1�?zl a a t i Oconor to a who took part in Jackson in us curbs of St. Louis. We have malice toward none and Charity to Fiu Torbol Viii past but not forgetting it win a feverish meia Ory of Wetr forever. Lap each year Simiti wishes members of our a Fiield but not glorious i memories of Ciri Quot War or 1861-, but beneath this we have feelings toward ail. I am glad Rosee this Hall fined Brit i facts that come Back to me As is Cindy As Wien parted at Raleigh. Tha r grading of minutes was dispensed a it gird then general Iierman begged Itile episode. A that political Sumii orc a to Vosse Scioti of some of we of ii omit or Honor under Linin. The president of ilex bulk created by Constitution in Tae begin icing and to Hacif imag of to Day it is , be two anti Ely t?.ilivrenc i unctions Ries. There has grown up suf a a a Orve Sii i of a it Osof i to a id tial or be Susji a of it to an end unworthy idea of is Creati in imposing burdens so a a Vous and of Tiger Adieu to All a cities functions becoming occupant. Hat a a change thinks has already a occurred in character of Weru a Mentil Elf a Liili if not corrected will be permanent and disastrous. I personal attention to Consi aeration hich should c executive Avrion in disposition ii of patronage an it i in selection of of heals Lias become in pus sible. And political control As a guide to Buch action in Franchi Nith demoralization and danger to Ile Public. A Vav Hii Hou. Imiri implying words Quot com a Mittee Saj Quot this much is Patent Oliai in growth and e Ipa Sion of nation a appointing Power is taxed beyond a to Isi ability of personal a tent Ion to of of Zoial posit of increased a Hundred fold in number and manifold in variety and responsibility of duties Tobe a Fri onried Tuiai a a a tie disc arc of this highest or All Kex Foutine in marions political ii a uen be and compensations live come to mitigate and to St Bot All other consider talons Iid distribution of Oli Ocial spoils Bias ome to be lawful pre Rogati give of Lolita a Cal Ascendancy. Oil ices live Fianu to sought let is oved As so Many Cheri lies support to needy and �3ig ii return partisan service and in t Aso Many trusts imposing deities on . These�-, committee assert Liap grown out of a by Mem comparative in new in on government. Appointments because of Specia lj�.rk-�,s and removals for cause were Rule in Early history. The report after quoting from heretofore exp Orcsi Eil by i Grant Ivyes Gark id and Arthur in Lavor of in plating civil service by Law closes Irving Massage of Btij. . A oat Ici tit persons tics nud a Ivo a it roved. Iii Coo May 15.�?a special from poll in 111. Says Quot most distressing Acci ant that has yet happened in occurred at about 7 o clock sunday night. A sailing boat Vav Ith eight persons capsized in Lake Calumet and All were drowned. The boat Small Craft used by Pullman people for pleasure excursions and at time mentioned had on Board a party a listing of Captain Bucklin an old sea Captain Reoe Nuy from Maine his two sons i is of seventeen and twelve years of age ton Smith Foreman in car depart Kat and four men names can not it present be had. They had out merely for a pleasure ride although owing to Roku a character of wat a Wene by their Friend Saint to venture out. The Iii ing of boat was seen by Large numbers of persons on Shore in a lulling wife and daughter of Captain Buo Kiin. As boat went Over a scene of terror ensued on Shore. As soon As. Possible three boats were manned and put out to save victims who were seen battling in wave but although they got within hailing distance of helpless persons it was impossible to to tie terrible condition of Lake. Several of rescuing party had narrow escapes from drowning. writing town is wild with a Cit cent Over sad event As All persons drowned were Xinai n in i Oll Man. The Lake Shore is lined with people and water is being dragged for Adies. Two of bodies in of Smith id Oue of Bucklin boys a have been following Are names of those on Board Napoleon Buckton Agni of his two sons Bon and James Brick Iii John l. Smith needs a Schas. F. Pier 4g h. To Mook 38 years w. O. Bur,i,. 22 ars Ayo Thigman named of Ter a Man Nankin Davis ��i"v7ear3 old a ind another Man whose name Coald luit be Learned. Fifteen a Onieal i it. Union of i Iii society of of tue Teu Iii Wec Xit St ii Ouis. To May 10.�?glorious a Eathor ush in it ripening it Cay of 2 it Tecklh pineal reunion of . Society of army if Tea Nesce. The Sun shone brightly while a gentle to Breeze tie heat. The people a Tihoi Ter Rin which Tite re Upton Reiheld is Elanor siciely decorated for occasion. Upon Tihe Rig lit of Quot stage a tails it Battle Scro Quot i Init aloes of tied bin bordered a Smith Black. Upon a Tell craved a a Mes of Hutlas i i army of to be teen Lessee was to upon i left a smaller scroll Sile names of Ribeir Distinti gushed dead f with itis motto quote pluribus Gnu in Quot stir mounted with american Eagle draped three am Vicain i flags. . Tine boxes a a Graceful in i draped a Rit ii hags and Saarel wreaths. Sile Guerdon rss Stikons of Smilax and evergreens Are garlanded around chandeliers. The pillars Wii Vii it is and doors Are decorated with Collie it Bunting flags and Ece Greena. The third Trier is devoted to display i of feat tie worn bann�r3 of Union a Missouri Liegi ments. The vestibules a it of Ith waiter Are artistically Deco item. To vinits of general Siier-in.,/festooived with Bunting re display ii a a Center. Smile is tvs thed around in such a manner As to a make a Complete shield. On Frame Twork Surmont iting this shield Are words a Welcome a Cornea in Evergreen. At base of , plants and Lowers in islands covered wih Moss Are placed. The a Uter Walls of Theja Ier Are covered with Iree Lar be Fisaga. To Are suspended ii Iee Shields bearing Kames of Lloyd Hcrman at Idan. Shortly after 10 o clock local posts of Blie grand army of tue Public Etc Aried it. Louis in an appropriate speech. General Sherman announced committees on nominations of officers on select Iii of an orator for next meeting on selection of time and place for next meeting when Secretary made his report showing funds on hand to by it Xuy list of members who had died Inci last meeting was next read fior letters from absent Mem bans Foi Lowed. Armoner letters Receil were those from president Arthur vice general Grant Secretary Lincoln senators Logan find Vest general g orge Mcclellan Politi Whittier and Simonel j. Tilden. A item which meeting Adjo ironed until Eveni in. The society wan immediately escorted to tie merchants by a go Muritt in o that. Body. Fully ."i,0.0 to Iole were hied on floor and a galleries to receive them and a Sii Cech of Welcome made by president slay Jaek. A it ueral Sher a Gene Jii John pos general w. B. A a a it it a and sex senator to uranian , l Rich with Brief renin a a Cotton Pix Inge Vas next Visnel where so icy was vec lived by president William Illta Ute or. A enery is Sherman and Hazen sex senator Nan and judge Cooley of Alifi Higan made Short a Becciu after which i society marched to Lindil hotel to dinner. This after i unt in members were driven to i Slaiw s guide ii where Ulicy were f Sceri Uinta by or. La nay Shaw. T i ii Iii. They drove through Lafayette Park to theaoler. A to Kurai i a Ion air. 4it a Westr action i it i i Rop orly ail i Oss of ill it thin Terri Lota Railroad travel suspended Caus Iid by i Liry of tin torni. I a sons kas., Quot May 10.�?terrible Cyclone Pasio l Over Mcalis a a mining sett Meiji in Indian territory monday night. Tic destruction of life and property was terrible. Seven persons a Ere killed outright four fal Aliy Aud eleven danger.j\.5l.y wounded and thirty nine More or a Ess Hurt. I Allty nine Hon were totally demolished and thirty others badly rocked. The Cyclone Cuta Swath through Tinner just As a scythe would mow through grass. Tie damage to Coal and mining company is very Large. The population of settlement was Only 800, and Suller Ingis very great. Xvi found imo., was also struck by a Cyclone monday Evering and Tings were terribly turn up. Tiie storm was wort that Ever visited that Sec ii Trees were u a rooted fences pros rated it no crops greatly damaged. The Ste file of i Tristian Church was blown Down. Jacob Mccann s House was blows a teen feet fro u foundation and fearfully wrecked. Pierce s car Penir shop was lifted from foundation George took s House was a roofed and Cip Sii and windows generally blown in. A a on a r. A u it Lenien Tex Imay 10. A struck town of Mcallister in Indian territory late monday nigh. From meagre news thus far receive Al it seems to Ijah entire place killing eight people and wounding Omo forty others a eve Rel of whom it is said will die. Sev eral Miles of Telegraph line Are Down and it is impossible to obtain details. It seems that two storms not and entered at this Coal mining Camp Oliree Miles from my ister station on my. And Load Ault a wrought death and destruction such As on j a Cyclone can. Every building was torn to pieces. A train with physicians nurses and Aid generally has been sent there. The fall of rain was terrific and it by a great Quantity of Hail a tonics which fell As far non has fort Gibson. To utile in 1e.x,\.s. A washout occurred on m., k. And Railway near Armstrong Iti tiie territory. A locomotive went Down embankment and Engineer was killed. Travel is generally a us ended on mos. Of Texas roads can by fury i storm. Mir Sivali and Vicinity was also visited by tue elements. Great Trees line houses farm Fence it c., were torn Down like toys. The buildings on Toui Craig s Plantation to Idle i Fum Marshall were Molit hed and Cir up is seriously injured. A negro Vav As killed on Frank Hall s Planta to Ion. There were a number of casualties by to Deatris in Marshall. Ii mini Ai of Hon. Horace Maynard. Knoks Sillje temi., May 5.�? funeral of a office Maynard sex Maiter general took place at 2 o clock this afternoon. The funeral oration was Deli vere by Liev f. E. S Tiivas relator of is cot id presbyterian Church of which or. Maynard was a member. Rive remains were interred in Gray a Metry. The University of Tennessee Public Scizia Osand courts closed to Day an it i business houses in acc it Irwood lieutenant Wash Burn Maynard United states Navy. Javies a Hynard and or. Or. Kidder of Vav Ashington All children of deceased arrived last night. Frank nation Firat assistant Foat Ariaster general assistants Elmer hair in a Freeman Thompson and j. Others of tie ipod Siofia be depart nent attend i funeral procession was Lar a St Ever witnessed in Knoxville. Liri Uleu Atli. So Vecial to sen ii ajl Mont Peter lad., Fitsay 10.�?to Day Amie a a Foet master Thisie of Kotili Urbam waste in Woods chopping Wood Felt a severe paid aleut Bis heart and went to boime., Spolum a few words to his Vlf Aud Lay Donna of and expired in a few moments. Indic Matiun me eting. San Fth Alcisco May a Tomb Stogie dispatch says an India nation meeting was held Here to night to express feeling Over recent proc Limatoa issued by Arthur immense crowd in attendance speeches were made and committees of. Pointed to draft suitable resolutions express Ive of sense of meeting and Forward same to president and Congress Anklet of Der of hibernian. Chicago May 10.�? ancient order o met in regular convention morning but with closed doors proceed Ings being private. J. J. Sheahan of Mohica ii member Ort be Jay of us tenant so go was elected permanent chairman and Tom their idea quarters at Lindell various Choju mittens were appointed after Stelto Jpe Opie s theater at 11 10 Lii by they of adjourned till terrible crime. A Mother tried a to kill her children ant Talso her own i life. Boston May 9.�?marie Kunig a German woman this Iii orning murdered her boy August five years old cutting his Throat with a Case knife. She then Cut Throat of her daughter Mary aged thirteen but a Wou Iid is not fatal and Alfred another son has cuts in a dozen place.?, also not fatal. Emil a boy seventeen years old is also wounded. The woman attempted to kill herself. She is doubtless . Mrs. Kofu was recently deserted by her husband. Her to. Niles worked upon her mind to such an extent her reason ii Nash gave Way and but one thought seemed to control Here that by killing her children and All troubles be ended. The children consisted of Emil seventeen years Mary thirteen Alfred ten and August five. Mrs Kunig is forty-3x, occupied rooms on third Ioor of Wiur Enton Block. She armed herself with table knife and pocket knife and entered room where Chil urdu were sleeping this morning. She first attacked August whose Throat she Cut from ear to ear. It is not he made any sound else other children would have been awakened. The woman next assaulted Mary Throat she Cut in three place, but probably not fat airy. The girl ran screaming oat of apart Inis into Rii oms opposite occupied by other persons. The screams of girl were Suppi meted by shrieks of mrs. Kunig and wildest excitement prevailed though none of neighbors dared to ii interrupt. Meantime mrs. Kunig Stab Alfred in a dozen places in left Arm Aud then ass Tulett Ltd Emil who resisted quite inc Cess fully although he received a wound in his left Arm at Elbow. Tjie children had run Protu room for help and mrs. To Tyg was alone until arrival of oleic hrs who found her sitting on floor in a Pool of blood having Cut several gashes in her left leg Anil made attempts to open arteries of both wrists. She appeared very composed and. Exp ii used herself quite satisfied Wii ii Slaughter she thought she had comp Lect. The officers took her to station i Here Iier i Joundi were dress and she was afterwards placed in added cell. Tie wounds of children were attended to and no serious results Are apprehended. This afternoon mrs. Kunig was arraigned on charge of murder. Sue was unable to stand alone and a More laggard or reicht a person never wr see in Dock. The of cers were unable to make her understand crime she was accused of. It was decided to have her waive examination and she was finally commit Ted to jail to a Ait action of grand jury. Obix Ulaky. Deatly of sex governor C. Walil Btrne of wisc Obhie at Eureka Springs ask. Springs ark., May 14.�?Hon. C Washburne sex member of Congress and sex governor of , died Heie at 5 30 this afternoon of paralysis and Brights Dis Elise. He came Here on Ith of february last in Hope of being benefited by use of these Waters. About three weeks ago be began rapidly to improve and his friends indulged in hone of his recovery. Two weeks ago he commenced to fail and on 5th was seized with delirium never again to become fully rational although he had occasional but very Brief Lucid intervals. On tuesday evening orb inst., he had an attack of apoplexy which was third or fourth since original attack and his Case became utterly hopeless but final crisis came at 2 o clock saturday morning 13th inat., when he was struck with death. He fell into a state of profound unconsciousness and lingered until he died. There were present at his death several members of his family his brother a b. Washburne of Illinois his daughter mrs. Pay son and her husband Hon. Charles Payson land United states minister to Denmark and his brother in Law g. A. Buff uni of Louisiana mis Souri. Governor Washburne bras born in Livermore .me., ill april 1818, Kud was consequently silly Tive Veirs old. He wd one of four Brothers two of whom have been governors of different titties Aud four of Wiliom h Ive represent Ltd four different states in Joi Greks. Israel Washburne. Jr., from Maine Elibus from Liliu ois cad Waller c., from Vii Congiu Aud William d., from Minnesota. He left Maine in Spring of is i to seek his borne and Fortune in then far West. Lie Maue Bis first Stop in Dave poit then a very Small Village in newly constituted territory of Iowa and kept a private a Choli for three Bouttis. He then joined geological Survey of Iowa territory under David Dale Owen which had been ordered by Congress. After that was finished he took up his residence at Stephenson now Rouk Island i and entered upon study of Law with Joseph b. Wella tsq., afterwards Lieut a ant governor of that state in 1841. He was elected county Surveyor of Island county in Spring of 1s12, removed to memeral Foini wisc Iii in territory and was soon afterwards admitted to bar. He at once entered up in a successful practice of his profession Iid in a year a Corv Assoni att Hui Itaf with Cyru Woodman. The Law practice was gradual in at Audone Aud at Teunion of firm Given to entry of Puhac lands Aad Locktin of mexican War Laud warrants both i it Hie find Zigri Init ural lauds. Firpi of Wash Biri e it we adman Wirich had Bec my a Movnu one of Strong i a in Soa Thein i Cousin is mine nil Point Bauk. Which stood i All Rover Scot times and never suspended it Lecie payments. From micral ,t or. removed to la Crose Bat when elected governor he tonic up itis reside Dicj at Madison and for several fetus Nis biome was it his country seat at he re to ironed Iol a sgt a Wlinich was his Home at time of hib death. Or. Wish Burse .wa�5 first Elc eted to con refs from Wisconsin in 1851, served six years until War broke out in 1861, then entered military service As colonel second Wisconsin cavalry and Servia g Tiu a rally till close of War coniing out As general. Be served with distinction in i?onthw8st. And gained great credit while in command of department of Tegt Nessee and was governor of Memphis after War closed. He was again elected to Congress from Wisconsin and served for years More and till 18g9. In 1871 he Wai elected governor of Wisconsin and served two years. After expiration of his term of service he ret Nied to private life and devoted a Imi Elf to his extensive Busi Riew a Talia he was Largo owner of Pine lands in wisc Onria and extensive manufacturer of lumber. He was our of projectors and builders of Minneapolis and Fet. Louis Railroad but great work of his life is that which has made his uemae widely known in Europe As Well As in Tais Coj Autry. It was Eree iou and Over Dixon of his vast flouring Mil sin Minneapolis i inn. He Man in United. States to introduce what is known is Patent process for Mauu act ure of flour also hungarian rolling system i Ltd manufacture. Ilia Mills Are most extent my be Sample of any Mills in world and Are capable of turning off Between 7,000 Fitwi 8,000 Barry is of flour Dally there is no Man Levin i who was to thoroughly versed in milling be had so Complete a knowledge of every detail in manuf picture of flour. Wilthia last few years he had erected an Observatory at Madison and after providing it a Ith one of largest telescopes Lute world presented it to stale of adoption. He wa�8tr�cka�a Down with paralysis Ai Lacro bae wis., on 3d Day of february 1881. A few months after that event though a fit Rong , but a a Token of Bis proc mud respect for us Selliah Devotion of tie Sisters of Charity Rke presented to them his splendid country place Edge Wood on Shore of a Lake Winger near a Dollson for Purpo oof establishing a Branch of St. Glair Academy a a conium Matiloa Mound g Over or Washburne Lea by a two married daughters mrs. A. A. Kelsey Aud Jack i. Rayson of Hon. Cans. Rayson late third assistant Secretary state Aud i United states minister to Denmark. His forum e is estimated at Between s2,0c0,Cju and $3,000,000. A by. Louis sensation in we inti a minister is principal actor a he gets full of Bock Aud Bye and win it is up Wilva Black Eye. St. Loui, May 15.�?a clerical scandal involving Rev. Or. George a. Lofton pastor of third Baptist Church this City was published late this evening and has created a great sensation. The Story is that Del Ofton left Here on Friday evening last on o. And Train for Florida that during evening he was observed to be under influence of liquor that after proceeding Soma Miles he left his o a at in tic Sleevi or sat Down beside a lady entered into conversation with her in a few moments attempted to put his arms around a a a or Aud Oil her Oss insult in words. She screamed eluded his grasp rushed into rear car in great agitation and tears where she told passengers what a had happened that doctor follow. Edit a few mome met by two Pas ent ers what demanded to Knothe reason of a ii conduct to whom he used very profane that one of men struck him a severe blo a blacking his Eye that he accused conductor of robbing Hini Buu his watch and Money a it Ere found in his Boot leg. The lady whose name is unknown but who had been visiting in Mi-Souri an.was on her Way to a be or Lowling Green ky., was o frightened Aud excited Itiat it a Ras with great Iii Mculty conductor could prevail us on her to remain on train. Or. Lofton after making several attempts to return to Iii car in which lady was hut being prevented by conductor and others left train at \ i ice Unes and returned Home yesterday wearing Large coloured goggles to it Juceam his Black eyes. This statement is made on authority of conductor Veiman and Tobes Conneil with train. It is Al of said that general Sherman and several members of army of were on and Sav part of Al air. Or. I ton says this i a Almos entirely untrue and indignantly Junies it Ilfra ing any insult to lady or a Iii any pro Falt ii Lauri Page whatever lie ,<ay he ipad been in very prior Lional h for some time past and was going t., Florida to recuperate on advice of hi , expecting to be gone Tever in weeks Itiat he a Alady in Sleeper whom he to Imit he Kne a that he Spuke to her but of ironed no Oil Nie. And t Lal tiie lady dirt not leave him As though she wire Ull ended As alleged and that he first Kiew of tiie matter was Porter of car telling him he had insulted her. Lie Iii Medzait by went to rear Carat ascertain what trobit was and on entering ii. Wos con fronted by three or four men one of whom struck him a heavy blow in face and All , he thinks struck him. Although he denied charge against him they would not Iet him Seo lady or make any explanation. He Ishio deities being intoxicated but he had with him and had used a pre ration of Rock and Rye with Glycerine which had been Given him by or. Cad valladers before leaving Home to induce sleep. Or. Lofton Cor Rob rates this and says she put bottle in her husband s Valise herself Friday evening. She further says that doctor had been in a very nervous condition Tor some time that opium chloral and other drugs used in such cases had no elect up ii him and that lately she had Given him a whisky which acted As a sedative and at times indeed sleep. Or. Cadwallader also says or. Lofton was suffering from great Iier Voils prostration and that he was very sick both in body and mind. The Case will probably come before Church for investigation. Or. Lofton came Here from Memphis five j ears ago has since occupied pulpit of third Baptist Church and has been a very popular preacher and a Man of High character. Ali. Bukk s Buor Flor gives re account of senders of tie la ate under Secretary. , ind., May 8.�?. A. Burke a prominent i physician of Liis City and an Active member of local land league is a brother of Asfa singled under Secretary of Ireland. A reporter called upon or. Burke tiles afternoon and was cordially received but found gentleman greatly depressed in spirits and not much inclined to be interviewed upon subject of his brother s life or assassination. At a special meeting of Lafayette land league held last evening. Or. Buirke addressed Assembly substantially As follows mis. was 7 o clock this morning when Bell rang. 1 sprang up cheerfully Aud hastily. Having clothed myself 1 opened .or. A boy aes standing there with a bundle of papers under his Arm. He handed to one sunday journal adding Quot All about , july eyes fell inst actively on beading of fatal new. My heart grew full and tear came streaming Down my feverish , Aud i wished to utter were choked i Quot inv Throat. Having already lost lather and Mother i Felt to it Al i Han now my Best Friend my eldest brother wordly killed at hands of an ?in. My brother was a Noble Man in every senso of Ine word. To Ray aged a outlier he had been most devoted of Sois and under his roof my inthe passed a Vay quit try and serenely sur rom ded with All Deuce ii Willial love build gather Aroi Imd his lust Days. To his a Rollvers and to it his to was a father More than p. Brother for in ii i tied on them nil livid in t--.glicr a his p.a Ini Crri hence to Leif shares with him All Lux Uii is his find int politic entitled Hora to. Often and often Haa he urged no me r it a Lar take of Samo Pris Liege. But 1 Hud determined to it Cut my by through of Lite alone As a up hic mar. He Lead no is Ipri a. Noral ated in 1s67 by then Gladstone to 5 under for ire land he from Start hid to eur counter opposition of tory element he being first Catholic appointed to such a Leigh civil office in Ireland. Interpolated on this matter in parliament conservative member of House or. Giad it Stone paid my brother Thebes Tipul tribute of his masterly eloquence. Quot that it was Lime Quot said he among other things Quot that Ireland should be governed by irishmen and that of All irishmen i Homas Burke was fittest Man for before this he had always been under Liberal Admi is rations private Secretary of chief secretan. For Ireland and thus had in store a vast amount of experience. It was he Avo with honorable Fortesque framed Bill of disestablishment of Church and also land act Bill. In fact had rulers in England followed his timely advice All present troubles would have been averted for All int thence he could bring to Bear he threw into Liberal tide of political and economical readjustments. During meeting a lengthy Resolution was unanimously adopted voting extreme censure upon assassins whoever they might be. Attempt to blow bail dogs. Chicago Mav 8.�?a special published in this morning s Milwaukee Republican says Quot Northfield minn., is excited Over two attempts to blow up buildings with infernal machines. One made about two weeks ago in a Public Hall where a Large audience was present but machine missed fire. Saturday night a terrific explosion aroused citizens when it was found a Box of ex-Plosive had been placed in basement of building at East end of Bridge which is it occupied by or. Greaves As an office. The basement Walls Yvere completely blown out and a Good Deal of Cage was done to Medicine in office but nothing else was injured and nobody Hurt. Some citizens connect these acts of Devilor with raids once made by James and Young j in. Mrs. Walton s Casa continued by Roiti Bonner Tegro s confession ind., May of court this morning Case of Ellen a Walton called. Mrs. Walton came into it with a firm and steady tread deeply veiled in Black. The court room was crowded with irions spectators. After a few motions to strike out Etc. De Ferris mrs. Walton s attorney Brou it maters to a Point by asking a of Cau get and re Ding an Al Davit to effect that a Materia witness in person of St. Clair Bry Iuit was absent Etc. When this Case was called on �?�2sth of april . Walton asked a Conti Nanci Fin grounds of materiality of of St. Clair Bryant who it was claimed in of Story that mrs. Walton on evening of murder removed Flowers and window blinds from window through which John a ton was shot would testify that Quot room Liere or Walton was shot Vas in same Condl Cirii that it Nad been for to weeks prior to that time and that there was no change of Flowers Llor or staud or window blinds in that room that mrs. Nuon was at Side of her stricken Hull it Aud within five minute.?, Ai continued to Render him every assistance Aud at Teutila from that lira a till his notice to take Deppi Tiomir been to tiie a Athor Itic a at Salchi Viii nil Home of much wanted witness .-iir urnaut. M. D. Tack Etc , ave in ii part of state to superintend of his deposition but it appeared to iat Viciie a no pro posed to journey on foot hn Lui Tait in appearance a continuance was pm us Day of september being u Tablet give Iho bail fixed by court or ?. Walton will languish in jail. It is generally regretted to at t Ieca econ id not be tried at this term county hnvin.alrea by been to a great expense. But was a matter of Economy. Bechai so of id Vit conformed to requirements of Law in to Ery respect and had judge Bonner overrun 2d motion and forced party to trial verdict if guilty would certainly have Lieen reversed on ii Anil of technicalities and Conuis burdened Vith additional of another trial. The Retro Aaron Fra Ier will not be Bro High to thai after trial of or Walton or reason . The state relies upon him Tor inc portent testimony against her for comply Ity in crime. It is said that negro nov Cowins Tuiai his for tit confession wan Reade by Trio pro Caremen Garrett that it was not True that he did it because he feared to this obey Garrett th.= he is Enn rely innocent ignorant of Lac of Walton. Tylli Milln Muk Okes. Behel a Hattle Ere were twelve ecu Cun be riled to assassination and it avas Intondi to kill Kig lit persons. Dis Lin May information that assassins Are still in cily is Drav a that Are Alj Aid if they should be separated one a Ould turn traitor. At least twelve were in tragedy. It is believed that in cab which stood near scene of murder and loitering under Trees were armed men ready to elect a Rescue in. Case actual assassins vere surprised. The police have now issued descriptions of tie four men on Rar. Tvo of Tieru Are a described As Bei in about thirty years of age with Sandy hair one about thirty five of Stout build and dark complexion with hol love Bridge on his nose and Othar about Quot Twenty with a Small Black Mustache. The Driver is described As Between thirty six and forty with a bloated face. The car Vas driven from Kingstown. A Man named a Wolger has been arrested at Moville and sent to Dublin. There is reason to believe that As.? had intended to murder eight persons. Bolger arrested at Moville has been released. Clifford Lloyd arrived at Limerick to Day. Extraordinary precautions were taken for his safety. A la majority of suspect will be released on tuesday. Instructions a rom Vatican. Rome May 10.�? Vatican has forwarded formal instructions to Cardinal Mccabe archbishop of Dublin directing him to Call upon All Irish catholics to declare in a Public document that their cause is -Linctly separate from ?. The deputies have approved of a treaty Commerce with France. Stoning English minister. Marseilles May 10.�?moors of toned English minister at court of Morrocco. The Sultan has in imprisoned goo men for connection with assault. Parnell 8 proposition. London May 1.5.�?in commons Par Nell read a letter he wrote to o Shea. The Home Rule member for county Clare before his release and which is to effect that reforms of land act in regard to arrears of rent Purchase and leases Are necessary and that with completion to thereof land league would All possible to suppress outrages in Ireland. Forster asked that whole letter be read. O Shea then read a paragraph omitted by Parnell stating that if reforms specified were made land leagues might act weird rally with liberals in support of Liberal principles. A he Reading was received with cheers from i he opposition benches. The Dii Lilin a.ssa>5sinatiou. Dri Ilin May 1.5.?rush, who it stated drove car containing murderer, a car Ovier. He was questioned As to whether any of his cars were missing but without result. The police make no Progress in Case. Cork May 15.�?robert Dowdall was arrested on arrival of a train from duo Lin on suspicion of being concerned in Dublin murder. His face was scratched. Dublin May 15.�? police have discovered car in which murderers escaped. It was hired by a stranger in Southern part of City and was returned about 8 o clock on evening of murder. They Hope to be Able to Trace Driver. The a Saraina dispersed when car returned to stable on night of murder. The police merely suspect who Driver is. They have a Man under surveillance and he May be arrested but detectives have no chalice of bringing Home his guilt unless an informer comes Forward. The persons who witnessed flight of assassins have been shown Tae car horse and suspected Driver but their evidence As to identity is conflicting and i satisfactory. A dispatch from Dublin says Hope of Ever discovering murderers of Cavendish and Burke is beginning to evaporate. The text of Bill for repression of crime is pub shed. The alien clause contains a provision that an alien expelled from Ireland May subsequently be expelled from great Britain. Till crisis in Egypt. Londos May 15.�?itis stated turkish admiralty has been ordered to prepare twelve Iron dads and transports for sea in Colin Section with crisis in Egypt. Mustapha Rehmy has refused presidency of egyptian Council. Daiko May 15.�? com Inandan at Citadel and sever in of ulcers have declared for Kluj Sedive. Pukis. Xmay 15.�? French Squadron from Piraeus will join British Squadron from Corfu at Crete. The British and French governments sent identical notes to Powers stating determined upon relating to Egypt. Log Don May 15.�?in lords Granville stated hit Goveri Keiit s policy in regard to Egypt was maintenance. Of sovereignty of to e Sultan and Liberty of Christian pop dilation. They were in Accord with French government which disclaimed any Ini Entina to arrogate any Prepend rating ii ill hence. notes. Ex-7\iayor Viega a of if a accused of neglect at burning of ring thesier has been acquitted. The commons will adjourn to How members to attend fun nerd of lord Cavendish. Was mint ton Xii re a in to a i Tuu ukr Quot fight to Cany Indiana. to to Euting lev .�.siiixiitow, May 1-1.�?v/hile it is Gene ally conceded that democrats will carry Indiana and especially that wiil defeat Peelle and some i thergood Den Ooi ats will get More votes than Moil Mau Lilis fall re pubic ans of Ilie Isa Tiou a Are arranging to Dos m a heavy work in Indiana summer Audau fun. The Best a speakers a ill take slump there. It it Ain on Tariff Iii nose banking Ai Curt it it nay and every Hobby of will is Trio i n around est Rev a or then there will to an Ance of l est kind of argument Cut to Indiana crispy Quot arc Enby ockers. As soon Ai Congress adjourns congressional and National commit pcs of Republican party will be in their work acid All old Dorsey tricks will be Taku by new men to it valuable campaigner Jias Bee Dis a blvd Aud i figured. He will be Otic a wide engaged in Early part of Inoc irn pain but will no Euill to Quot hip boys out Quot by latter nut of in Gus . The Roub Locatis will a Zenip to throw democrats if thei Gul by conceding tvs thing but last Slonic is to be turned to Curry More for purpose of carrying Congr-is-men through than any Thimig else. Hen a congressional committee will most of work such is Doc Unietis stumping Etc but inc Nui ional committee a Dorsey act with work. Considering that this a Quot political Quot Gress Quot a great Deal of work Hay already Brt n accomplished present session. Jalbout live months have be. Ii Cony tuned and Jirus ably two More months will Yot be occupied although several senator and members have predicted that an adjournment will to made by july 1. Several very important measures have been disposed of chief of them being to e chinese Aud tall Bill.--. There is Lite Prospect of any trouble arising Over appropriation Bills but Bank Extension and contested election cases will afford plenty amusement. A Lively time is anticipated during las week of Congress. The flurry of close and Clearing up of perishable business generally at ords Good opportunities for slipping through job.&Quot-. There Are Many of them afoot and in their eagerness to get in their work on .-se schemes zet some of statesmen Viil exhibit will Likely cause a serie-of sensations. The Campaign work to be conducted in different states from Washington will keep Many senators and members Here some time and washing ton to be unus fall Lively All summer. Report of Oon it i Tiou of Winter wheat Cotton Etc. Was pint ton May 12.�? May re Ort of condition of wheat by statistician department of agriculture makes average for Enilie breadth 100 Standard undiminished vitality and medium growth average condition april 102�?higher Titan reported for Many years. In april last year it 86. Only like state i North of Atlantic coast and those at head of Ohio valley�?texa and Trio so of i clinic reach 100, while extraordinary vigor of crop in other Sec Tiki a Iju compensates local Del ii you Vav Bich Simont to 7 pet . I i Coji a Cucu. 19 in jew Yok a Punu Sylvania l i in te.\-As, 5,in West Virginia 2 in Keu Tucky 9 in Ohio 5 in Calil of Iii and 12 in Oregon he Buemio Liiri. Telogia Al Phi to Quot a a part Pic no condition of Winter wheat is s per cent a Ive ii average in Northern District. Quot it a in tic Central air i 3 in Southorn. J his department makes average by Counitis 104 corrected average 100. Rye is in Good condition general average 9 1. It was 100 on lit of april ii ii and 97 april 1881. Three Fourt is of Winier Barley was grown in California and new York in which average condition respectively was 93 and 70 general ave rage. So. Cotton returns represent 81 per be u. Of proposed area planted is of maj against 85 per cent in average years. Planting is More advanced than usual from Virginia to Florida and More backward in All other site especially Mississippi Louisiana Arkansas and Tennessee in consequence of overflow. The proportion planted in Mississippi is 25 per cent instead of 85 in average year 71 in Louisiana instead of 89 76 in Arkansas instead of 83, and 77 in Tennessee instead. 80 per cent. The deficiency 1st of May approximated a half million acres with planting still in Progress. The proportion of Spring blowing done up to May 1, in comparison with average year was greater present season upon Atlantic coast South of new gland in Ohio Valley and Missouri Valley. Itis less Thau usual in. The states a Western states in lower Mississippi Valley an Ltd of Pacific coast. The condition of mowing Fields is represented by ninety two slight deficiencies being reported in Ohio Valley and North Atlantic states. I.0dgf Ellow. Boston May 15.�? Longfellow memorial association has issued a circular asking for contributions of Cue Dollar each for Piir pose of permanently preserving residence of poet Aud erecting an enduring memorial to his Fame of grounds of Bis residence. Men a if hons a Charles t Esu be t of st3 want a Irene lock in lira was a a ii Miinte i to of Pir i met a r a con a to Quot a of. A a b jul vat Quot pc a Neils t i Quot o ii p. Nelija of Lic a of g. I v a of it i i. For it it Ini by i Ili i a Cir to tithe of i Rovo Auh it mag k i. In. Whence it �.vf i i tier Ilia or and a a Quot rep ated Eil Cral of Lor three it i Iid Rei f ended Sci i a of Olk. Hot if his Panitt Ini Tarj a Emty ill a Limo hot a pro it test tent ant flex a o Ial. Int , Iii be a a i5k ml>et8 fac. Tor hi Faith Roku 187� to rail. A i l v by ret a of a it Onai b r ii it r of san your be fou a a v\vi., a president it Quot Tiiu a a a Iri. tic Horvot to of 1s7v and it re very .a.i. Iii of a to Tai Era Irish Dilt a a a a to let accor i july. And a. I ii Neil 1, i eur re it poor Faniie of Fri i ti.their were in Bricf l j a pay if a h u la in is Vve a . Chav i Quot. Ivie 1 Prici Orphir i i Ivi Iii inti it a in. D i Vin in re or it i Ori a of Ruef Wen. Oid in -vv.-. Ii b Iid .�?�3t.�piirto. In .-ni.iiy. So. A lie a la Arici As to Ciatto i a owl i Ujj re a he i Ruf Lii Mout Lido in dose of Le-1 Ltd us and Cut say to Iusco. Five final >1ws1. f in that Oil a lords Shioi Iti isso no Iri it raft ruin a y neaa3 a in in of Xvi his and Mik a o n potions or. Pir Fly visited i. Tif a a it Iii a Vul icly 10r of a Iague a <,\rj.i he Miu Kinjiu Ciao i -.ti.Mi. To a of i Quot i Ide it of Tbs a a crop of i a Cav. Try Arf tue n pc tii ions a is to lie la a a be Iii it l no Quot no a Nin to ii i it Irnell and in i n it which r-.-Uifi-Ina trial Bra in 4h 1 it in i i pm Ibeair Virtu. 1, to. A r to prof Ner of of a Iviry. A a who Cork Hoyoung car t.rii-11 in a a . V u a Heidi i nary in tiie a .Niv a. His ,- or Dii Ccu q St Ltd . Thin in i Jig Lanis and Ilio. It Oreion Lisier by hic was 1h a 4ht r.�- by or. It ipad Solip s i or. In crier to Loii Post a of Crown in Ireland a a Ltd Quot . Ru-rc Edas a Quot a expect Quot .r.. I i jail a be Vel fis.-d. Illy a he i he y a a. The result six a Lottei a til i it a. I in which he is in so ooh thin end la of pc Ueni who a Egnar a a hoist in tiie or Sior Rio i or order and visit of it Quot re i Lucono l to obviate Iho cases of Oabe by. Uil ivc land. Lee had sea Fri to it l-.i-, a eat i i come Lions when a f t i ind a a a no Der .s.-1 Xiii a a Attoh Chi i by Iby ii l a. K , Thea Oder air. A or Star Ilse a if ,-îSion, it i of in t i decree it o in Tom i or a lev it in a Ltd of t Ltd a ctr on Civ or a it and Irish . George Otto new Hief of in Tapy for Iril a my Ceorge Otti. , like sir l Rich caves Uisu Whoso place Lic As or. Ii tone s Chic Sec rotary for ire ind is not Likely to Bave a polio y Opi of to of Man who Westt Hira. Ile is a a re. Of a Liberal than ii torte Nau Siv Fri Deric i v. As which argues Well for Chi Continuar. of Mur of filiation policy a Biclie was Rei Only -Rar.--.i.ccd, and Wlinich has had snaps a blow of Al to in in Lato i Sii i nations. Jar. Tie Vel Aoth it a a a a ar.Cir of sir Charles isms , br.rt., k. C. I3. Madras p. .rt-at a shot a in on Inci i and civil . He inulin or a sister of lord i. Wo la guru Quot 2-of Tunis is l-ii>i23�ey , Lviv Edue Alwi at har Rovi it 1 l Ity Coliff Cambridge. Ifs�>icli6i re i Ltd Quot a in it a 1 id 1 i b it 1 of m i Lili Quot a a nov. Wils Varn y attached to him. La civil lord Quot of to Adoui Ralty s7 j a a of a Point of Vii in . Covern Keiit k in was to died to l aria in Iii Fer Al last be Uejo in Pieer Oss Tiri Rnic a or la Siwick a with to Ottria Ilic i i. It if ten tried it Cirion a a Tai it of Iii in Iii Titan Case. Vasic ton 1-i a Post of Mon by Iii have Llic full Wing positive late i a Justice Carter and judges Ivia Cahur. Hagner and James held a a sul uti saturday summing up argument of tie counsel in application of it Viteau for a rehearing. The consultation lasted of u hours and was marked by moot searching exam Inatio off authority miss and most Rigorou analysis of every a it Oife made in argument. The judges were a Thorou Uii Harn Iony All through in a Deci Sion not for one Minale diff Eric in general Steps by which decks Iii was reached although of course each Jude had individual on various Points of Law and their application. will be announced May 22. The Aili rms sentence of court below of Cour e overruling exceptions. This disposes of Guiteau w last Chance. He will is hanged j use it i 1882. I a Fri bi3t�iut search rewarded with. Saow Cess. Pedal to a Hwy Nestov a ind May 10.�?deputy sheriff William Stepp of Vigo county arrived Here today having in a Barge George f. Davis w Tostan Audi cited by grand jury of our county fear shooting with intent to kill Daniel ii. Brandaw sub brother of Hou. William By shaman pass sol. State prosecutor of this judicial District Isi be Tober. 1s80. Davis fled on night of show ing and officers have been on Hia Trail Over states of Kansas Aud Nebraska and his whereabouts have never been found oat Mitil Hajj appearance at Terre haute of monday. Quot a Vliet tiie he will be brought to Trini at present Toi to District court has not yet been deter Hamas

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