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31 May 1882

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31 May 1882

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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 31, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Yol. Xxx. No. 17.indianapolis, wednesday May 31, 1882.feakk James. Governor Critte Cleu Missouri ing for the Bandit to Orrender Antl far Don. St. Louie. May 29?the a will publish a statement t Jas afternoon showing that governor Crit Den Lias been negotiating with Frank a ties for the past ten Days for his ii Irren step Arhl that the noted outlaw will bag redo ii a within a week. Sheriff thigh re a a and police commissioner Craig,. in miss a City and an attorney represent our to. Tamea gang a coir paused by franc Talips and three Bis friends were 11 s is riday and saturday. It is stated Tilatti rank James has nominally Burrei dered to sheriff Timber Lake us do a a diag truce and that it boy a nor Crittenden has i promised a Lull and a unconditional Parento the . Sheriff to Interlake a Vas registered at at hotel under an f .�? Namei but�yx.s Reco sized by a to ii dispatch reporter and both lie policht Cotet missioner Craig and the attorney that negotiations Vereen King for a Raizik tames Pardon. Tuey Quot Waie in . I Juis Tor the express purpose f meeting Joo razor Oit Tenden ii his re Tutu pm new York Bur the Liitt eff passed right trough to a i Rosa City they it tinker kitted Thal the ii Lay in the Quot is a Occam Ione by the friends i prank James insisting Thili full Pardow should also be Ireci ired from the i terriers ski nne Sota and Texas when tiie outlaw is a Imd Irimie ban Law kid is Eris Are Bow being taken to thai Enki. Of hash pardons Are for for Critten Deir s successor nigh deliver up i ring a snares u requisition from a either said 8u Tes. There is scarcely a doubt that the ii it Igo t nations will be successfully it t my m us a. Lri.0h>ei?Dence, Rii i �Iay 20? quite a flutter was for 3ainon my try Klix arrival this Morii ing in s. Frank i Ivr Tiss and her five year old son Jesse Mhz arrived the to Ain frym the West Ano wits met by her father Gislon a a Iqual this is the hot Hay be ii tsp her Home since 1.s77, and Quot cd firms the Ray arts that Frank Jumes will shortly Reot the Quot in unconditional Par flon. says Iii Bas been in bad Quot health since the it it a Ali Jesse and he is at Soken Quot catering the Little boy is a Quot remark ibid to cd shot with tie revolver. St. Louis .ifu? dispatches from Independence sgt to that mrs. Fri Ink a trittes will not be Hue viewed regarding lick him Nind give information respecting his where both a intentions. She seems very anxious to in Vav to Knovs if some a arrangement idiot made under which he can give him it i i a and receive exc cd til a s clemency generally believed that ions Ane i musing having this end in View and the Jan dues ii seem to be Lou Ltd i upon . Thousand dollars by the Senate committee and the retirement clauses the House Bill have been changed materially. This portion the Bill provides that Quot after the first Day december 1882, when an officer has served forty years either As an officer Soldier in the regular Volunteer service both he shall if he make Appu option therefore to the president be retired from Active service and placed the retired list and when an officer is sixty two Vears age he shall be retired from Active service and placed the retired list provided the general the army shall be retire i full pay and no act now in Force Shari be construed As to. Limit restrict the retirement officers As herein provided a the committee also agreed to strike out that clause in the House Bill which provides that in computing the length scr Tice for additional pay the time service for additional pay the time service the retired list shall in no Case be computed and we Iii allows additional pay for Sucu services. _ Bordeo Spikins. Mrs award a Amend intent to Tho Hosea Bonds Ltd spirits Bill. Vashingt0l�, May 26?tke following 5s the us Institute for the House bended spirits Bill a minded by the Senate finance co Minitte. Tace following is in Imu Tho first Section .\11 Bonds Faer Ealter Ucen shall Toddii Rouea i Ltd a the payment tax spirits.s specified in the entry and interest Tiht if inv has lick Ruedi under rec this act it ind before Road Oval Rora we Bouse Bonde Ltd Ware Ovise Aud Wishia Tivo years Fri in dry a to str first entry into the Wii icehouse. The Lime win in y Hin i Scilleci spirits for poor Lith lilt business Iii tue Nii Dipill hu8ine�s Center As shown by Clear Nucci for tie i ast Quot web. Boston May -2i?.from the Post the following ta5i be shows the total Ross at to Petite five leading Clearing houses in tiie state.? Twenty four for the week onding May .27, and one Louis Pilj a for the week i using May. S g3s,9c4,s7.i Feton. 6.5,47g, fill Adelphin. Cincinnati. 8t. . San fnincii<jo.-. Baltimore. Pittsburg. New Orle Tuu. Louisville. Milwaukee a. Providence. Kansas City. Cleveland. In Diana Poi i. Hartford. Kew have a. 49,775,-180 37,4gf. <3 3c,700, Khz 14,107, 171 10 il72,70 9,7a 7,1tso i 6,62� _ 5 &,4�>s. _ i it a 3,818,711� 2.8.�3 � l,7.tl.i.t 1,778 Osl is 1.147,420 9d5, a j7 990.1 81 870,277 8�>,7.s j 515,218 4�o7.012 354,388 Columba Peoria. Poland. Worcester. Memphis. Lowell. Syracuse total. .88s8.00d,975 outside Stew Yori. 249,041 �o�o2 column Susan did act land Are not included in the Toutt e the exhibit this it Elk is the most unsatisfactory one Lii at Piave Ever had occasion to record. The . Sion whip cd. Has so Long prevailed in my i Itson business centers appears it have up fruit out and affected All parts it time Mimi even the manufacturing a enter which backed up by a High Tariff to Long withstood Adverse influences iffy Oil for a sect Are Bie inning to show a i marked Fulling off in business. In very few a Points air in re any signs special activity in he it Fli a i Wintion general Industrial Outlook is certainly far from a one. The to Al Gross Einhaug its in leading cities Fruim which we received ret us foot no. A inst in Twenty live Cini i b.-. Week. The percentage i it Crox let do ii. / Rke week Wae 4m per cent., Agni inst. A it Cebu a 4 Quot it Jast week and 2 her Crft. be. It revious week. Apo it b ret a Quot ure entered distillery wre hones Iii Spe finl Mouded to be withdrawn therefrom pursuant to the any warehousing Bond taken within three years from tend aloof the first ii try such into the Waren Onse bit such Exten Sirni Shull not be made in any Case unless litre Thull b j endorsed upon appended to the Bond a written request to Crevior and their Hiim Lity a Sofiea the Tenna said Bond for a period Lor Wlinich the Extension is granted together with i it Terest tax which Mav accrue under the provisions this act As if tiie is Ine wire dose Rod in the body said Bond by the principal and sine tips in Bank to be Duniy .nd by each them f.jn a coils actor Deputy Cou actor in Erna Revenue same officer authorizes by Law to a Incani Fekn a deeds provided Tho a noties a said Bond Are at the time such request satisfactory if till sureties shall re Fiirst to make Tho a a acknowledgement aforesaid that an additional new warehousing Bond with Eure web to the collector Shal be Given. Set Lions to and it the committee original substitute were wholly Iuit cd from the new Bill Bei Uii Sui it i flu us by the preceding amendment. Tuk stau. Rourk. Jaxn firt it ii Fork for i Pori. A Waseris Iorii g la in Coa Oliance Ith i i a Mio a fit i it a the House Tea Wii Etc Day a letter from tie in secret in a for site a Vii retard to the present to condition Ici expo i Trade with France in and Salt p it re Secretary fool into sen s,4otter court lilies a As follow Quot the tri tary to state ii de sire at Ipi event suggest any new regt lations in to u Cusp Letioa pork before the she pacient Ifft i a. I in ear in the i con a in a such a i tilth cation the visit no to Jjo Esmi to beef Fegte 1 by legislation as57ill like fret a Govero amp sent a it due Bot a a Althy meats will be error cd if Oica the a waited �caie3.&Quot if rom the a Ilion differs Kes enfred. It is Thorit a egress will fee enabled itself to judge f 3 a re per coi Itoi. be Parsu Efi. Pm Jie wiil by denounces As false Aii Al Davit fits Difed. Lay her Dell the motions to Ouji Tih overruled. Wash Vorron May 29?in the Star route cases Wilson continued the argument the by onion to quash in Turner s behalf. The ground for the motion is that Turner is not charged in the indictment with the commission any overt act in the furtherance Tsie objects the conspiracy. Totten followed Wilson and Kerr replied for the prosecution. Chandler then took up the motions a Ai Brady s Case. After a prolonged argument. Judge Wylie overruled the motion to qua.?h the indictments in the Case to Irrer and Brady. Exceptions were taken to a Ali rulings. Cole affidavits a worn to by re Deil and As the latter stated he absolutely knew the alleged misconduct the jury it was Rojad. It dug a Wylie manifested the greatest indigo Fiatito Nas the Reading proceeded and interrupted Cole to say that to his own knowledge it was wholly untrue. If that Page is filed i give you warning i a ill direct a Eydell to be prosecuted for Perju isaid the court. Cole endeavoured to sex Laio Tiit it was perhaps his fault inasmuch As he Drew it tie affidavit and Rordell signed it in a Tirry. Perhaps ii thought he was sweat no to his belief not his knowledge said a Oie but the paper had already to it Een lil Exi and the court refused to allow its withdrawal leaving the defendants visibly disturbed. In. Lilis i said there was some matter in re Dell s motions which should be called to the attention the court such for in Staa Ceas the charge that the grand Jar met May 18, when the court was not in i Etc icon. The court said this was True but the presentment Vas made the Oiler Day., and there was nothing in the Indi it meat to Airow it had been considered upon that Day. Or. Merrek then asked that the defered ants be i called upon to plead and the Cou it worrier a d them to stand up in a body and ple amp a. Pleas not guilty were entered Fly All the defeat wants. A number other to Tione by the defense and Over ruled by the court without allowing Tesai to face read. Or. Wilson Reu wed Kis request thit the prosecution inform thai under which�nditttment.-th a were to be Quot a Vico red i against. Merri amp la declined to Dpi this tend Wilson appealed to the court to order a Nolle Rosqui the Sirsi indict ment because by their in so ailment it appeared they were alike. The and Revo Luthuli yrs speaker Kelfer attempts to Jda Friy Bis in lungs in the House yesterday Raj a pro teat from the democrats Washington May 2i a in his decision Reed s Point order speaker Keifer says in explanation Quot it could not be disputed the committe rules had a right to report at any time such changes the rules As it might decide to be Wise. The Resolution the 19th december 1s81, adopting the rules for the present Congress also expressly gave the come Attee that right which carried with it right consideration. It would be observed that the rules had Only been conditionally adopted and the right had been expressly reserved to the House to order them All set aside. The question for the i air to decide was Are the rules this House to be so construed As to give the minority the House the absolute right to prevent a quorum and majority from making any new Rule in the absence any provision in the rules providing for any Mode proceeding in the matter consideration whether when the question changing the rules was before the House the rules should be so construed As to virtually prevent their change it would be Well to keep in mind that the Constitution said that each House might determine the rules its proceedings. The right Given to determine the rules proceedings was never exhausted but at All times continued and gave each House the right to make alter the rules Independent any rules it might have adopted. Dilatory motions to recent the consideration business were comparatively recent expedients and should not be Favory in in any Case save where absolute in required by some Clear Rule practice there seemed to be abundant precedent for the View which the chair took and in this connection the speaker read the statement speaker Blaine referred to in . Need s remarks. During the forty fourth Congress his distinguished predecessor . Randal had decided the principal Point involved Here. The constitute Iii and Law we a higher than any Rule and when they were in conflict with any Rule the latter must give wa3\. There Vias not a word in the Jire sent rules that prescribed the Mode procedure in changing the present rules except the proviso no standing Rule order should be rescinded changed without one Day s notice. There is nothing revolutionary in holding that properly dilatory motions could be entertained to prevent action a a proposition to Amend the rules the Houise As this proposition is one essential to be exercised preliminary to the orderly transaction business in the House. The proposition was to so Amend the rules in the contested election cases As to take away the right to make and repeal dilatory motions. allow these would be to hold the rules Superior nut Only to the House that made them but to the Constitution the United states. The chair had tried and would try to give full effect to All rules and especially would Endeavor to protect the rights the a Dmitrity to their utmost extent. The chair had been unable to Flud that any dilatory motion had been made to prevent final consideration any contested election Case until this Congress. He Felt that a principle and sound precedent the Point order must be sustained to the extent holding that the motion made by the gentleman from Pennsylvania which was in favor a dilatory motion was not now in order. The democrats Potest. The protest read by representative Cox Isas follows whereas the minority this House have heretofore under the rules the House successfully resented the forts the majority to consider the Case Mackey is. O Connor because a proper ii earing has not been granted to the contested by the committee elections As to the allegations forgery and fraud la the evidence submitted by the contestant and whereas the majority in order to prevent and avoid Fitch investigation have proceeded to change the rules in a manner not provided for in Ibe rules in which Aloie they can ought to be changed and whereas the speaker has made a ruling which Justl bes a proceeding Fin known to the principles constitutional and parliamentary Law and subvert iou the lights the Minoi Ity therefore the undersigned representatives the people hereby no text against the proceeding the majority and rulings the speaker Asun justifiable. Arbitrary and Rev hit onary and sex Pressley designed to deprive the minority Liat Protection Wirich has been established As one the great monuments the representative system by patriotic labourers and advocates parliamentary Privily idea and civil Liberty signed., Samuel j Landall. Abram 8 Hewitt Daniel Ermentrout j Fred c Talbott Morgan b Wise l c Latham Miles Ross Henry s Harris h a Hubert g w Hewitt. Oscar Turner Phil b Thompsonjr John b Clank Oliver Wellborn a s Cox Jon a Fth oust to c s Blackburn Jota ii e Cravens h g Turner Gibs Atherton j s Hoblitzell j White we i Holman g h Oury Martin l Clardy m e Post k f armpit old Clement Dowd and contest la the House. Washington slay 20.-�?the democratic members the House held a conference this morning and after a general was proposed a the present committee a Iive members be objected to this saying there might be a a a Poi sued to conduct the contest the further obstructions placed a the Way the trial and the court would see the defendants not twice tried for the same offence. The court Taid the Dei Oudath were in no jeopardy from the first indictment if they i it needed Vith this. Aiter they Lut it ii begun the ii urn ties under the first a a dict ant might be relieved. Co answer to the reference by Wilson another notion in Ker Dell s Beira toiti�3 latter s Al levied confession thei court said the confession one conspirator would a tit be Heid As evidence against Aja other. If he Madeira a statement during the a Progress the Consi Jicy. That would How Petter be4 Ood evidence. It was Likely this to nifty Wouch be Long tedious and expensive Jiu be a Jilie Tho it Agat find it would Recti Iju close watch to Preveat the admission Uaine Claary Evide Tice. There were other Judil a cases which should Ibe tried Staa Aiu it Ute cases. With Isotow 26?the to tar Botie before this we die Wall the refuse Tofee Upit Quot f nest. The Coant and came up i pruning.11 the it it lend tel being a Mira it except Haj filed a t�i<.4<ion the old to fic Oats upon Ihei Gravin amps that tace new in Mil neets covered tie Ardarie matter. Or. Wilson for the Dei exile flt fluted thai totter ifs asked cd Elay until to tip borrow. Ittoli Ney general right easter said be should t Obj acc to a delay one hive it Underh Quot ski that it is the Jailen ohly if the government to see j7hetherhe.�e Anju atly acess a to brine these cases Pra Tuptij to an a us Lith a tie Ai this court. Willion Clai Jaii >n8iliillt.y for delay rested in tinsely government. The Case Tuben Weot in to Morroto. Army appropriation Bui. Inabu Sarok a amp a 29?the Senate com to tel. On appro.t3aiion8 has concluded j consideration the Houte army appropriation Bill Kiwi ther measure As ended will Bere por de to the Senate by a a wednesday tit aggregate amount if it Propri talons provided for in the i3e Bill was reduced several Hundred this trial Jou rued. A verdict Tor the floated is amp tel. Topeka ks., May a the suit the Tufi cited states. A a. The phranc exp Riise Ooci-pe4�y. Which Baa been trial since . Was submitted to the jury thit Inonu Tinga and a Vei act re Itury Zefi in favor the uni sued s ate for $20,00� Nivath in Ereg this. Ver it it is a vindication and United states pay Niager. Fhy Money rued for Betzig Money claimed to Timve been taken from the Safe while in Tho Iii study the express comi it any a Messen and after it had been receipted for in Good order. The defense was either that the Money had cot been put in the Safe that it had been removed before it Cate into the a8sessiou the company s servants. This Case to excited go eat interest and the verdict the my leaves the mystery still unsolved As to who robbed the Safe. Skillful detectives employed by the express company have been it work it for a Long time Vul out Success. It is believed however time Ilie thieves Villi 800n be apprehend a ii. Part the minority. This proposition met a it Ith a suggestion that the gentlemen who had been acting As the leaders the minority be requested to continue in that capacity to was then tip a aug piously agreed that ran Dall Blackburn Carlisle Kes Ina and Ather Toa should Lua nage the contest. Purcher agreement was reached to the i sect that if the speaker should make an arbitrary ruling for the purpose forcing the minority to submit to the majority in ii he pending contest that another conference should be held to deter Maxae the course to be pursued. Bravo sear must Hatiej. Yais a to d. T., May 27?maloohelike, otherwise know As Brave Bear Indian vrho would have been executed the 9��o1 March for the murder a Solaini naaied.i"ohn8on, near fort Sully but for an Appeal it to the supreme court and a motion for Ane trial waa to Day Resente Oreed to be Hung the Zoth july the supreme court having denied the trial. He fully deserves Che sentence. As he is clearly guilty not Only it this murder but others in Cludy Eig am entire White near Pembina. Upon being asked if Hub had a northing to say befo4� being sentenced. Brave Bear replied a a i have taken the White Uman s part always and am do a appointed at the treatment the White main. They can do As they Piesse with me and Clit me to pieces if they so saying he receive id the Fie tence with the utmost unconcern. Lying in the a room the committee ways and Means. A physician has been summoned. Representative Errett was removed tonight from Tryb Capitol to his residence. His injuries Are a painful nature but no serious results Are anticipated. Hoac a aim. The survivors the i<o8t Steamer Jan Nette arrive in new Yore in the charges against Melville denounced. Quot new York May 28?the steamship celtic bearing lieutenant Danenhauer . Newcomb Jack Cole and Charles ton sing survivors the Arctic Steamer Jeannette arrived Early to Day. When the vessel was reported off fire Island a party consisting immediate relatives and friends the voyagers started in a tug to meet them. As the tug run along Side the latter lieutenant Danenhauer leaped Board and alte lion lately embraced his Mother and Fataei and was warmly welcomed Home by the others. Lieutenant Danenhauer then invited his relatives and friends to his Cabin the Steamer and presented All to his associate survivors. The party then listened to a recital the dreadful sufferings in the far North and the tale the Fate commander de Long and his men until the Steamer reached her Dock Zir Rived there lieutenant Danenhauer was surrounded by friends who had gathered to give him a lie arty Welcome and they did. For an hour he was kept Busy shaking hands and answering inquiries. While All this was happening the upper deck a far different. Scene was presented in the Small Cabin below. There with his arms pinioned behind him was poor Jack Cole the Boatswain the Jeanette crazy from Long suffering and his brother Thomas Cole and his son John were Quick to go to him and the unfortunate Man immediately recognized them affectionately greeting both. It was sad to see the weeping son sorrowing brother and demented father. Immediately after speaking to his son his mind again wandered and he was once More away among the ice Fields str gerling with the Fate threatening him. He will be sent to the Asylum. Lilii tenant Danenhauer s is he has great Confidence Jack will recover with proper treatment in a few months. It was found necessary to secure him during the voyage As the Quot slightest thing would make him frantic. Lieutenant Danenhauer said in answer to inquiries concerning his voyage that he was not As yet prepared to will be a thorough searching examination Quot said he Quot and the people can see How this matter stands. So far As suffering is concerned we did is hirer and us fled terribly. See my eyes Home Day i shall lose the sight both. I Hope not. One the left one is almost entirely Blind but the other appears to be at present All in answer to a question pronoun red As to his views Engineer Melville lieutenant Danenhauer earnestly said please say this Lor me. That i never used language in the sense ascribed to me derogatory in pm Elville. Say that i consider him a Brave Man and an honorable gentleman who offered with us. The attack him was Una test acid cowardly Partick Tearly in his absence. Melville Didwall in his Power and did that Well. I ret ret exceedingly anything touching his fair name should Quot have been said for it was undeserved it was unjust both to him and to myself. Wait till the examination comes wait till Melville comes Home and has a Chance to speak for . Newton Newcomb who accompanied the Jeannette expedition As naturalist was very indignant Over the treatment Melville and termed it cowardly mean and de serving the hightest censure. Why Quot said the doctor "1 was so much incensed when i read these base charges against Melville that i was the Point sending a letter to the press America the subject but reflection concluded to wait. I want to say that what is charged against Melville is As untrue As it is Coward. Why could not his accusers wait until he reached Home and had a Chance to defend himself but to Stab in the Back to attack him when he has no Chance to defend himself i Sansost cowardly piece Quot if 1 thought Quot continued the doctor Quot that i could find one the poor Fellows who were lost i would turn this minute and go Back to All that hardship and privation cheerfully yes gladly in Ider to save them. This life has no fascination for me. I simply go As a matter business and if i am called upon to go again to Morrow i am ready and willing to lieutenant Danenhauer said the lost members the Jeannette s Crew that bios Sibly an oar Small portion their boat might be found but that would be ail. Charlie ton sing the chinese Steward said when asked if he would go again with a funny Grin Quot Well meal Quot he appeared the strongest the Lehti four and viewed with an air stoicism All his surroundings. On leaving the Steamer lieutenant Danenhauer and party were driven to the fifth Avenue Plottel where rooms had been engaged for them and where there was a family breakfast. He will remain in the City a Day Trio and then go to Washington. On his Way he will Stop in Philadelphia to visit friends their. When he spoke commander de Long his voice was choked with emotion and his eyes were moist. The geographical society gave a reception to lieutenant Danenhauer. Congress Taii Britt seriously Hurt. Washington May 26?Hon, Russell Jar Ritt Pennsylvania met with quite a Seri obis Accident this morning by being tar Owji from his coach. He was about alighting from Isie coach at the. Entrance to the House when the Driver started the horse suddenly causing . Erritt to Jose his balance and he was thrown head first against the Granite Steps under the archway receiving a very severe Cut across the nose and Cheek. It is thought his Boss was broken . Erritt in tragic career. Gentit Teton o., May 24?the body Edward Young who cop omitted suicide at Memphis Tenn., was brought Beck to this place and yesterday interred in the Odd Fellows cemetery. Edward Young it will be remembered is the Man who one night in March 1881, shot Aad a led George Ashmore and Clinton Campbell and seriously wounded James Ashmore., in a grocery store at this place an account which appeared in the commercial at that time. Young was arrested and Tyro Indio tents for murder in the first degree and one for shooting with intent to kill were found against him. The Firat trial the a indictment for murder in the first de Gree for the killing Clinton Campbell ended him acquittal. The second trial for the killing Ashmore resulted again in a verdict Quot not guilty Quot and Young was released Hail. He then left Georgetown and has been away the greater part the time being an Cincinnati where he Wae attending Nelson s business College last saturday morning w. W Young father Edward received a Telegram from major c. H. Blackburn Cincinnati who was one the attorneys for the defense Static avg that a Man registered is Edward Young Georgetown had been found dead at the Worsham hotel in Memphis Tenn. Further investigation established the fact that the body Foai l was that Edward Young Georgetown beyond a doubt and the chief police Memphis was instructed to Forward the body to this place. Yesterday As stated above the remains were brought to thi84>iafie, and Iai mediately intended in the Odd fell it a cd a i Zitery. One ii it dict meet it . Of she a a with intent 5o Kili James ainu to e a ii Rei. against you Iii and was to base been tried at this term cart. Young was a Brijil it intelligent youth about Nineteen year age and it As the a w. W. Young an attorney this place. He arrived at Memphis just a week ago yesterday and registered at the Worsham hotel. He was not seen after the Day he came there and two Quot a three Days afterwards he was discovered in his room lying the bed in advanced state decomposition. A morphine bottle a table close by the bed told the tale. Boston s Banco its Skub. How Charles Francis Adams was enticed into his x a and made a victim. Boston May 24?the Superior criminal court room was crowded to Day when James Fitzgerald alias Quot the kid Quot alias Morrison was brought trial before chief Justice Bingham a charge obtaining Money from Hon. Charles Francis Adams at a game called Banco March 28. The most interesting a portion the trial was the recital Fitzgerald s Story confession. He went to the office Hon. Richard Olney counsel for . Adams april 3, in company with a private detective under Promise that he should not be arrested there nor his Way to and from there . Olney and . John Quincy Adams described the interview. Fitzgerald was smiling Gailand seemed to be enjoying himself. He tipped his chair against the Wall and remarked Quot this is disagreeable a nines . Adams. I am a ban rat Steerer and Don t suppose there is a Man in the United states who has done so much knows the business As Well As i. When we go to a City we find out All we can about our intended victim character acquaintances Babits and resorts and watch an Opportunity to get into conversation with him. I knew . Adams and watched for him. When he came out i let him get in Advance and went up told him i was the son an old Friend and that it a Ould be a great favor to let me Wall by such a gentleman As he. Or. Adams had the reputation being unsocial but 1 did not find it difficult to get Down into him. When i once get into conversation the rest is easy. I Prev him along to our rendezvous and then pulling out plus lottery ticket told him there was $1,500 due if and asked him to go in and identify me. There was no difficulty in persuading him to go into the office where the ticket was presented an nearly $1,500 in Bills handed to me. I objected it was not right and the Man explained that they always deducted a percentage but that be might have for that some tickets to play a Board Fitzgerald described the game with great gusto turning frequently to the detective with the remark Quot you know. Heath you know How it he continued Quot i permitted . Adams to Plaj Quot for me he Drew $2,500, and it was explained to him that he must give a Check to the Bank for 10 per cent., and he Drew one for $250 and shortly after another for $1,650 bar the same method. Finally begot into the dilemma drawing a Blank which subjected him to a loss $17,000. We then charged him Tveith gambling when the poor old Man throw up his hands and said that no such charge was Ever made against him before that he had represented this country in England and never did anything to be ashamed and exclaimed Quot what would my boys. Say if they should hear such a thing As this i pitied the old Man for i had a great respect for him but i acted As his Friend told him i had lost the same As he and begged Hini to pay. The Money and save me from ruin. We induced him to sign the Check and i left with him weeping bitterly and telling him How grieved i was that i had been the inno ent Means his trouble. I went Home with him soothing him All the Way. I have roped in forty men As smart As Adams. They All paid the checks. This Check will be paid. They always pay. They kick As you Are kicking but they p in. The Adames would not let this Story get into court for twice the amount. We have the regular Check every Bank in the City where we Are. It is part our business . Adams testified that his father s mental condition was not very bad except bi3 memory. He has however been unable to do any business late except to take Mem Oranda orders from the House to the grocery store. The trial will continue tomorrow. Years ago May stand the parapet As we come Sua Sigling in and give us the soldiers Welcome Quot Oliree times with a Tiger and we shall say to them Quot All Ripot comrades we would have been Here before Only we Weie detained by yours t uly Geordie Vav. I Cic. For Kriss. Keg kers. Peelr the Milwaukee Sun in a characteristic a letter. At a recent Camp fire Given w. H. Sargent Post no. 20, g. A. A. Of Janesville wis., Comrade Thomas t. Croft read the following letter regrets from one the invited guests who was unable to attend. Though written in humorous vein there is yet a pathos in the sentiments can but touch the heart every Soldier Twenty years ago Tokuei , esq?my Beautiful dreamer your invitation to me to be present at your bean banquet its received and i regret to Sny that a previous Eiith gement will prevent me from taking you by the nand that occasion and leading you through Green pastures and Bekic still Waters. Do you think i want to get Alu the beaus in the country i am Quot not a hog Tom. I know when i got Beans. That last painful Beans at the Milwaukee Camp fire fixed me and i have not looked at a bean Square in the face since. I Don t i now what it is but their is some filing in by aids that men sociable and re Klafs. Beware Beans. Tom As Yon value your nature Hap Pine amps. Look not upon the bean when it is based and liveth its color in the pan for at it swell eth line an a cordon and bit eth like a Cucumber. But i would like to be there Thomaa and take the old soldiers hand and look into the eyes that Are becoming dim and notice the effect father time s be ceilings m the faces t a boys who Twenty years egg were full vitality and As Kic Teny As any Niao Chat Ever kept step to the rattling canteens against a Cartridge Box. Boys do you Realise that you Are getting Ola when you enlisted Twenty years ago the government was glad to Welcome you to the ranks but if you should go to a recruiting officer to Day he would Eay Quot say Friend you Are Loo old. Y feel like kicking the recruiting officer but lie would be right. You could not stand the marching the lying under fences sleeping by the mud and jiving in army rations. It is hard to realize it but if another War was to break out your Little baby that you left in his Mother s arms Twenty years ago croning at the Blue uniforms in which you were disguised would be the Chap the government would want. Boys you Are rapidly becoming Quot old Back numbers Quot though you Teel Young enough to stub around Home. You Are Quot exempt Quot now. Do you realize that the Little baby girl that Clung to you As you said Good Bye Twenty years ago with tears in your eyes As Bis a a Glass paper weight an editor s Diamond is now a woman married and that another baby is trying to utter Che word Quot grandpa Quot when you come in putting you Thul airs it is Tilea Sant now to Chase the festive bean a Uund the Home Camp fire and talk the nights when you slept the ground in a Pup tent some Battlefield with your wet and Muddy pantaloons legs Frozen As stiff As a dried cod i Iii while you dreamed that every Star that was loot ing Down from above was the Eye a dear one at Home beckoning you to Quot Hoid the fort Quot end hurry up and get through with the Coli funded foolishness and come Home. You can laugh now As you think How you got up in the morning after Suc. A night s rest looking As though you had been drawn through a Brush Fence and swearing because the Nigger was afraid to come up with the card Kettie Coffee. You who Are Leit have a right to be Happy but in the midst your san banquet let me ask you to strand up with your tin cup Black Coffee and drink to Quot the boys who never got Home Quot the Brave Fellows who never returned to the loved ones they parted from Twenty years ago. Let us Hope that the great Congress above Quot removed the disabilities Quot the who left vacancies in their regiments and that the few chickens they took from the enemy by Way in Sinepi will not be entered up against Thorn in the big Book but that the Provost guard duty at the Gates the new Jems Aiem wiil Quot president arms Quot to them food Tell the boys they Are Welcome to thu Best i herein and that when to All get in our work Hei it a and Are ready to join our regiment in heaven the Fellows that were burled the Kepu Allcan party must be driven from Power before the mystery to cer Troia counterfeits can be cleared up. New York Sun if is the first importance that the result the investigation now going at tiie Treasury department in a Eliud to the alleged fraud Len f. I ged issues gov i Tinnent Bonds ind other paper should be made known in All its details and in an form As soon As possible. Hiit is the Only Way in which the Public mind can be satisfactorily Tranquili Zed and the holders these securities can feel that they Are in to Ion tie whole truth whatever it May be la is now known that a plate used Lor spurious is rues the 3 per cent Bon. A hich expired in 1.s80, similar to those Lor Vichich Doyle was recently convicted at Chicago bus been delivered to the secret the treas iry and that this plate is not a counterfeit. How it was obtained a i from whom and at we it time Are myst i it yet to be cleared up. This Stern fact Ali i we believe to be established by the High to expert testimony is Well calculated to Ca 5 alarm and anxiety. Of course the conspirators who engaged in the business putting out these to Bonds and who necessarily incurred la a expense in their preparation expected Lieut returns. According to one state nent which is yet to be verified they printed nearly Twenty five millions. It is alleged Init the spurious Bonds Aie so a Erfurt As hardly to be distinguishable Froin the genuine issues because they were printed from a genuine plate. The general Public i.-, therefore at the mercy this formidable and dangerous combination forgers and their confederates in and out office. A belief obtains whether Well founded no that genuine plates the Silver certificates have a been procured As the Bonds wore obtained. This belief May. However be the outgrowth the excitement which now naturally agitates the department. Some the interested official s claim thai these false issues Are counterfeits and that a heir character May the detected i a comparison. Yet pc learn that the test has been applied to them to the Lori fusion their officials. Of counterfeits certain United states Bonds were produced some fifteen years ago and the mystery attached to them has never been cleared up. And never will be until the Republican party is driven from Power. When that change take takes place then the people will knov7 for the first time Why the great ledgers the Treasury were mutilated Why balances were forced and Why the statements Public debt wore altered to the extent More than a Hundred millions. A sheriff s Model Quot wife. Fort Wayne Gazette May 27.j sirs. Frank Cosgrove our sheriffs excellent wife has numer Oiw trying occasions evinced her Pluck but yesterday she added the Feather to her Cap and is to Day the subject much admiring comment. Tha facts Aie these yesterday afternoon Frank , a Drunken Painter was Corn Mittie to jail being convicted before Justice Pratt provoke Marcus Gorham. Constable Jim Wilkinson took the fellow in charge and seating him in the Constin Buclary Hugary drove to the jail. Tie two dismounted and As the Constable was tying his horse la Van Way made a shoot up the Street for Freedom. It happened that . Sheriff Cosgrove who had been out shopping arrived at the Corner water and Calhoun streets in time to witness Ija Vai Way s Bolt for Liberty and with great presence mind she prepared to Check his flight. The escaping prisoner with Wilkinson in hot Pursuit came tearing along not supposing that a weak woman would have the temerity to intercept him when mrs Cosgrove spread her Dainty lace covered parasol and levelled it at the fellow who Dud de and tried to get by the lady. Then Cosgrove threw her parasol one Way and her Eurse another and clenching her Teeth rely grasped the fleeing Man by the coat Collar and held him firmly though he pulled vigorously and swore awful oaths vengeance if she did not release her tenacious grasp. ?. Cosgrove however is not the kind a woman to be intimidated even by a big masculine brute and though pulled her in the struggle from the sidewalk into the Guyer an nearly the mid die the Road she held to him until he Constable came up and took charge the prisoner whom he escorted to the jail and locked up. Mrs. Cos prove s courage is All the More shown when it is known that is the fellow with whom sex Deputy marshal Gutermuth had the struggle tiie officer being obliged to gouge out one the fellow s eyes in order to get him to the Ca Laboose. A Bistress ins incident 6t the Mout cello disaster. Yazoo City Sentinel the most distressing death the Monti cello Cyclone was that Quot mrs Carrol by cause the Nanner in which it Hasbro Ugnit about. Hearing the Sorm approachin.-, mis. Carroll Quot with Hei baby in hot r inn rushed to her Hub Iii a . Ii Errol thu threw his Arm about her Nick. At the Sania moment the wind blew the timbers the a House Down upon them and Dilu in to the floor the Mother with the infant in Lier arms tie Jiu band with Irani Aroun i his wife s neck and there he Eholt a her to death. The falling Timber i did not seem to Hurt her but locked the doctor s arms so closely about her neck that he could not move it. He was conscious that he a killing her but All his efforts to throw Oil the timbers were futile. Assistance came in two hours too Lati the spirit his Beautiful and Loving wife had taken its flight she was in death s cold embrace and the husband Felt that he was in a measure the cause her death. For Days he was Altu Ost a raving maniac. The babe was also killed whether by the falling timbers pressed to death by its Mother we did not learn. The people Dan Escand it if the Kei it a. Alcan editors do not. Laporte Argus the Spring elections plainly show that the great mass the voters Indiana understand the question prohibition much better than a majority the Republican editors the state. There Are a few democrats too who have received a primer lesson i personal Liberty which is one the fundamental principles the democratic party. Personal Liberty and commercial Freedom Are among the bed Rock doctrines democracy and the Democrat who does not understand and appreciate this fact is in a either move out to sit patiently at the feet primary a eachers. Quot free Leb Abri weekly Pioneer. 1 the democratic Patty never did Don t now and never will make a crusade in favor Quot free the democratic party never carried a Banner with thai device and never will. It has been its policy and Creed to Frame no Lawi especially sump uary and in violation the Peculiar right.? a citizen. Whole no. 1619 men the Houfu. Quot Hove Are bom great some a Chiev greatness Omi a owe h be tic ainess thrust Uvon uiem?shriltymeart, Sarij Spei cer the new lord . Earl Spet cer the new lord Vieu enact it. Ireland has held the position twice before he was born october 27, 1885, and married in 1-s53 Charlotte Frances Frederick third Dan her Frederick sey Rohour i Fth son Ltd Hugh Seymour who is one the most Beautiful women in i England. He a first appointed lord Lieuie Tiant Ireland in 8 i. And Natle a record . That position. He is not a Nian great brilliancy Force and teleo Tion like that f lord Frederick for clip Sec retail taken to indic that . Gladstone Lini self designed to hold a clo Eroin Over the new Ait airs in Ireland. C a m Bilo s a a ii s Lii g. Quot i von want to kill Tho tarty Quot live Viiu go to Pink Mel Ria May 27?senator Canderan held a to Day with a number Woi Mcnown business men Iinan-.-Il and manufacturing interests the state with a Forence to supporting the ticket. It has be n Decidua that the regular Ile publican con Vei Tillin shall be reconvened within the next fifteen Days and be composed the same delegates who Formell the first convention and the vacancy occasioned by the declination Marshall then be lived. Among those present at Tho conference a be a Chi Lea cramp Joseph Patterson president Cumming the Girard bunk. Henry m. Phillips state senator i. Wilson Morris Fhamilton Diston Jrtine , e. C. Knight and colonel a. Loudon Snowden. Chairman Cooper called during the morning aug William Fenry kale. The senator stated to Bis visitors his purpose in inviting them in was to Lay before them the real situation aft dirs and danger which threatened the Narty. The Kucic a tiie ticket to told them with Tho great agricultural mining and com is Roial inter St the state. He had fought for a protective Taitl Quot in the Senate As his father had done in other Days but if Thote who had heretofore supported the be publican ticket wanted to Stab him. He was ready to receive the blow and he would oppose a Tarlit in the Senate As heartily As ii had upheld it. Quot if you want to kill the party we will go to destruction together Quot was Limo warning the senator. He assured his visitors he was working 8imj by for the Good his party that he had nothing More to seek for him Elf than he had already realized and henceforth had no other desire than to serve the Best interests the state and country. Protection a Sham. The following letter to the Michigan City dispatch will be read with interest licit hoax City May 24,1882. H. H. Francis Esq editor dispatch dear .sis�?1 notice an article in monday s dispatch wherein i am suggested As an available can update for Corig is fro Rii this District. I fully appreciate the partiality and Friendly feeling that prompted the article but nevertheless feel that you estimate my ability and strength and therefore say to you and through you to my Many ill this Section the state that under no circumstance a will i be a candidate for Congress any other Vilice. When the democratic party avow distinctive principles have the courage Ihei convictions and Lavor a Tariff for Revenue wit Ilioiu. Regard to Protection nothing will. Miro me More pleasure than to do service m the Laiks until people learn that Protection is a in am and a fraud that protects the few at the ext Eno the Many. I remember this Tariff question w f b More less an Issue in 1841, and the cry if its advocates was Quot you will break Down our infant manufactories when just starting into life. Give tic a to Enty Vears Giro Section and pros Pelity and Tuey w ill stand alone and compete with the world Quot twice Twenty years have passed and the infants control their millions ii cited from a Long suffering people and sail ask Ito Keetion from what they Call the pauper labor juror e. I am opposed to any and Ali to control the Trade and appetites Tho people and while the democratic party Matin train that position they May count me Aaan Humble private in their ranks. Y Urs very truly j. H. . 1 he Jumel estate. A new York spa Cial the 2gth says the est Flo the late mme. Jumel Aaroa in Urr. A ii owl consisting i everal Hundred lots ath Quot a Heights is to be Soldat i i it n next. The property is its imaged to be v Orth i ,o00,u0o. Mme. died in 1805, and infred lately alter her air tit it Vil be remembered a series remarks a to inv i Unis was commenced to obtain Possession if Trio Siale front be Hildien her Niveo. The Viii Tion Tome Letteen years and the Law Yjih in pcs could not have been less that s30j,0c0. I to Cihy rants were Defeated and two years ago a Pfar icon suit us brought by Villiam Chase by consent All . The judgment was rendered in Jane last year directing its Sale at Public Lui tii a and distribution the proceeds. Tiie old Jii Niel mansion which is part the property to Belliii >lv>p0sed is Rich in historical reminds Cerice. It was built in 17c5, and was originally owned by Roger Morris who was Aid the Staft if general Braddock who was wounded in the. At ack fort in Nesne in 1764. At a later period during the up Volution general Washington made in his Headquarters. A bloody tragedy. St. Louis May 27?reports from Lebanon to detail a bloody tragedy which i Tooji place near Kunnert s Mill fourteen Miles Southwest there. A bad feeling has existed Tho past few wet Between George and William Matthews stud some their neighbors. Yesterday a Dis Iii Taofo occurred Between George Matthews and Jumes Fores. The Matthews boys were intoxicated. They started homeward in company with Marion Wilson and Homer Sharp and had gone a considerable distance when they were tired Luto by some parties in ambush. Both tiie Matthews Pya were instantly killed Wilson an j s Arp yrs re both wounded the former s Hon sly. The Matt is boys were aged thi y and eighteen the to Niue Edes Are still y Curtis found guilty new Yoke May 25?the jury in the Case general Ciurtis special to Mixbury agent rendered a verdict guilty the first and eighth counts which charged the defendant with receiving while in the employ the United states Money other things value for political purposes. A motion in arrest judgment was made and june 2 fixed for argument. In a nutshell. Vincennes Sun the democratic party says the people shall vote upon All questions involved in the amendments at the very next election. The republicans say the peo de shall not vote then but wait. M

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