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19 Nov 1884

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19 Nov 1884

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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 19, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana Iytol. Xxx Quot to. 42. �,i7�zl is eve be. Indianapolis wednesday. Note Bee 19, 1884,, of Trio i Cir serv Ste commission expresses a a i ii opt Roa of Prcz idea in Kieel cite cd Aud s Piones Tjw Couray be and , Tho democratic Momber of the comm Seiok is also inter a wed. I Elkland an Reform. A associate to Presa reporter interviews Seton tue president of the civil service the demo ratio mom Leer of it judge Boman As to Cieve land b pro Barlo policy. Wash Nerron nor. 3 6.�?the Vivers of Hoo. Dorm a b. Eaton president of the civil service Oomen Mission in regard to the a Roba i ble it vests of Cleveland and Hendrick a elec Tion upon the maintenance of jaw has been obtained by a representative of the Assid cited press and Are Given in the following report of the interview a a estion Quot you Are from new York . Commissioner and know what governor Cleveland has done there for civil service Lef Oriu. Please give the associated press the facts and your View As to what he is Likely to do relative to removals and the civil be vice act and . I it Tony Quot these Are very delicate questions for one in my position to answer. I have taken no part whatever in the late Campaign. I have the least right to assume to speak for governor Cleveland his party. Having acted with the a Jpn Linn party fro iii its origin i can hardly speak without some party Bias. Nevertheless 1 will frankly Tell Yoa what 1 think. We shall have an administration abet Lutfije democratic in policy but whether with a member representing those without a whole votes the Date Horatic party would have failed i will Nat guess eat the civil service act will not be repealed either at the costing session during this generation. Governor Cleveland and the statesmen of his party would oppose any attempt to repeal it. The ilex bucans As a Tody would roast and the Senate would defeat such an attempt. The rules will not be abolished Jiey will be enforced under the new president but not i fear with such Eui Archig breadth of apply Latigu and such moral support Froais the party in Power a would have been Tho Case certainly bad ?3i sent Arthur b<3en re elected and probably had . Blaino succeeded. The i amp interested less and patriotism of Tho country Are not very unequally divided Between the great Purt Ioa Dut iii my opinion my party has Nuich Tho Lor Ier Art of intelligent conviction which has thus far supported civil by Rico Reform. Great numbers of persons in the democratic ranks Ara so prejudiced amp and uninformed on the subject that they will clamor for removals for the Sake of pal riia a they do not comprehend Liat a party which could elect its candidate Only by tie Aid of Pepsi lican friends that Reform has no Chance i it alienates Frient y in Trio Lutzic when they Are sure Lobo turn Ore i inert us and owe Raul than now. They still believe in the old pro scrip Tive spoils Syat sni not comprehending that Iti scooped and carib More a do Many republicans also of a our years saturnalia of a Poilu than for All the future beyond that. A great struggle Over tiie Issue in the democratic ranks is therefore certain. Tiie state then of the Paity Bayard Pfudl Eton . Garland Carlisle cos Morrison Tucker Hewitt a Jim a and Otner is cach of whore has already spoken and vote for Tho civil service act will stand by the new president in its support but main worthy democrats and All demagogues spoils men and the Rabbie of the party will be Asj inst it. Republicans a ill stand together for the act and rules anxiously waiting for Tho democrats to ruin themselves by their Abro gation. The president will Lead the Reform element of his part and Bis Clear convictions and Ais High sense of duty his courage Hia Stree Goth of character will secure the Victory. There is no Public Man in this country a to has a higher sense of the moral obligations of oficial life who is More certain to withstand Mere partisan and selfish appeals than governor Cleveland. Thid is a great element of Power and popularity too As the Jwo ple now feel. And Leat my motives be misunderstood let Rae add that he has never done me a favor and thai i could neither ask nor accept one at his hands i any officers outside of the rules and Tome within will doubtless be removed for no very Good reason. But so far 88 to amp sible. Governor Cleveland will prevent Mere political proscription. To can not attend to everything. Much will depend on Tho Meu Ibera of his Cabinet Espe really on the postmaster general. It there Are As is charged some officers who have used their influence to enforce is Esa ments and neglected Bair duties and violated the proprieties of their stations to engage in party warfare the Fate they have challenged May Verj Lisely await them. If persons Are to be selected for Public v. Ork irrespective of politics they had better attend to that work and Bot meddle with elections Quot i ingestion a Quot what has governor Cleveland Sloue in new York to warrant this estimate a of him Quot a is were Quot Burtalo was a City almost As partisan As Lawlees and Hadly governed a a Cincinnati a. Pon being made Sheriffa a x. Cleveland exhibited those qualities which Are being Mere and More needed and Appis cited by the people. They compre beaded and approved his spirit. He was Eye of pm player by Voetee from both parties in that Republican City. Hia life As mayor was a continuous etrog Gle for honesty and it Vita elite in the Oto ise against jobs Jorfi Poi state and partisans who had Jong Pia Jed on the City. He mastered the Sitivi Afoa and became known As the veto mayor. His fearless Way of dealing with them is shown by the Lanu aage of his Oner Eaton Here quotes from governor Cleveland s messages from his letter accepting the gubernatorial nomination and from Oto Ier Cuiman Icalona to show his decisive and unequivocal endorsement of the civil service act and pays a High tribute to tie honesty and Noa partisan business capacity of the governor As evidence of his administration of affairs in the state of new York jihad continues As Failows Quot the rapidly growing Eforia sentiment of the country Haa been demanding More honesty Eoa rage and administrative Capac ily with less politics in executive places. Governor Cleveland has the distinction of being the first Man since Washington who he a been elected president because he pos muted those Una utes in a pre eminent de Gate. They Bare a a fenced him Mere rapidly to the head of the nation than military glory Ever did any one of her favourites. To believe that such a Man with such a history who never sought a Oitice will come to the National capital to repudiate the Plec Ges and All that is Best of his of Lucial life to betray those who have most trusted him to make hostile All is publican journals which now support him to ruin the prospects of his party and disgrace him self and his country by overturning a work of Reform Kindred to that upon which Hia own distinction rests Only to secure a free held for patronage mongering and spoils a system of debauchery that such an Assumption should to made by any sensible Well informed Man is to me simply impossible. If i am mistaken in this View i Hope the rules will be utterly overthrown before the a March winds arc Over. If democrats enforce i the spoils system policy they must take the consequences. No True Friend of Reform Tiu old have any part in the perfunctory and deceptive enforce agent of roles mutilated in Essle Tiai parts. He Woula rather await their certain resurrection four years hence i Over Graves of their enemies. A judge Ali Iran also interviewed. The views of judge l. A Thoman the democratic member of the commie Siou were also obtained on the same subject discussed by . Eaton. Quot what do you think will be president Cleveland s policy As to civil service Reform Quot was asked. Quot i do not know but it would seem that his past Public utterances and Acta Are a sufficient guarantee that his policy will be conservative and in thorough sympathy it Rith the present civil service Law Aud rules Quot Quot will there be Many removals of government Lii vials from Ofhie Quot Quot yes and Many will remain. I am Satis lied that a thorough administrative Reform will cause the removal of Many Cilicia is whose places need not be filled Aad if that policy is pursued by which the business of the government will be conducted on business principles the biennial Register in two years from now will contain several thousand less names than it does to Day. As to disturbing the subordinates in these Public Oil ices much will depend upon the Heads of departments bureaus and divisions and also upon their Etli Cliency in the places they . There never has been such a thing As a Quot clean Svi Tho Power of removal is not abridged by the civil service Law but the places made vacant Cau not be tilled within the Classi ged service without a requisition on the commission thus it is that the motive for removing thoroughly Eric sent and trustworthy clerks is in the course of further conversation judge Thoman took occasion to say that had . Blaine been elected he would have made More removals for political motives than . Cleveland because Quot a a political life of Twenty five years much of which time was give to seeking the presidency Many pledges and promises must have been made Quot and As a second reason until Hia letter of acceptance appeared the Public had not been advised that . in sympathy with a Reform of tha Ovil be iii of and in no speech during the Campaign although he made several Hundred did he refer to Tho governor Cio Velund judge thou Kui continued Hail declared himf3elf on ency occasion that he addressed the Public in favor of the a a item of Reform that is now being successfully Carr cd out under the provisions of tiie Pendelj Doii Bill and the rules pro Nul rated by i re amp i Teui Arthur Quot who at All times has Given the his hear y Aud unwavering cat a Embr s conv Jension. Chi a j a ii it til Pav Toifl la Altimore Ami Olio Teleg Mali tem a wildly Exter id Hig competitive a iii ies in All Dlbert ions its Lien Elit to the Public. Special to the ecu uni , nov. 17.�?the i Uesi lion of cheap telegraphic communication is one so near the Public heart that to Day s proceedings at Tho annual meeting of b. And o. Stockholders Seonis of More Thau usual importance Tho b. And 0. Telegraph system has been so greatly extended during the past twelve months and the company has become so a Factor in the making of Telegraph tolls that a statement of its position is of special interest. Competition has been the key note of the b. Aad and the Way it has walked into Public favor Haa been something astonishing on its face but really not so in fact when taken into Cou Side ration How directly its coarse has Afi act cd the people s purses Livoti if Coa Para Tivey a new company so far As a general busing As is concerned the report shows that in extent of wire mileage it is twice what the a and p. Was when purchased by the Western Union and More thin one and Quarter times Lara Thau the american Union mileage when it was taken into Camo by Tho Fame company. For the a and ithe Western Union paid in its Stock ,ooo.-0 0, and for Tho Union a to too Oil. On the b. And 0. System a ,000,Ooi was paid gut during the ii Cal your ending september 1, and the report Well fays that comparing the Cost of the b. And of system with that of the system of its principal competitor it is believe d it can obtain and hold such a i volume of business a will yield very satisfactory net results from the expenditures i by the close of the year. Continues the re a port it will have a mileage nearly As great 1 As that of the two companies combined i which Cost the ave Stern Union Over �24,003,-j 000, and it will then nearly equal the whole of the Western Union mileage in Isof after it had absorbed the United states and Amer i ican companies and very near As great in entire system of the country i at the close of the War. When it was Little if any in excess of 7. .,000 Miles. No attempt i has been made to Force the a tidiness owing to the fact that wires Are still being Strung and it has been the desire of president Bates to move slowly in order that satisfaction might be Given the Public and its wants thoroughly provided for. The statements made by the late president Garrett in a report to the Board of directors in 1.ss2, Are quoted in the report that the tej Egi Sph system should maintain firmly and succeed Sally its Independence 83 a great competing organization and should continue to enlarge its capacity to meet All requirements. The younger . Garrett has fully carried out these characteristic declarations and Competition is successfully prosecuted thus far will in no Wise stiffer for Lack of vigorous action in the future. As shown in report the b. And o. System now embraces a wire mileage of �?�17,i 7, with Miles of poles this not including the mileage still in course of construction. Advantage has been taken of the Low prices i material it being stated that the exp end to re has been upon a Baais of at least 15 per Crit under the figures at which any lines Wert ver built in this country. After hearing the report in its entirety the stockholders by the largest vote Ever polled in the history of the Railroad company unanimous Lar elected a new Board of directors consisting Maini of the old Board. T. Harrison Garrett Sno Quot eeds Robert As it director. The Board called it meeting on the hasday for the election of resident and other officials. It Sec Miles Wilhau acted Mattce of Eig tit Hwi Wilred delegator a Tho first Raj s Pio food Wiigs. St. Lojis nov. 17.�?the first National convention of cattlemen Ever held in this county opened its sees Iona at 11 30 o clock this morning in the East Nave of the exposition building which is handsomely fitted up and decorated for the occasion. Delegates were present representing nearly All the Western states and term Itourie several Eastern states Mexico. England Aud Scotland. Colonel 11. D. Hunter of st. Louis originator of the project called the convention to order Aad announced As the object of the gathering the formation of a National league of cattle interests for Mutual Good. After urging unanimity of action he presented colonel A Rainwater of st Louis As temporary chairman. On motion of sex senator Dorsey of new Mexico Delegate Thomas Sturgis of Wyoming was made temporary Secretary. . Sturgis then read the Call issued january last pursuant to which the convention met. A heated discussion ensued participated in by messes. Dorset of new Mexico Curtis of new York judge Lindsey of Texas and Many others upon a Resolution of general Curtis As to the method of making up committees on credentials and permanent organization. The Western delegates contended for a representation from each Stock association and the Eastern delegates for one Delegate simply from each slate. The former finally prevailed by an overwhelming vote. It this juncture the chairman announced that governor Crittenden and mayor Ewing would appear before the convention and Welcome the delegates in behalf of the state of Missouri and the City of st. Louis a band of martial music followed and Tho distinguished gentlemen appeared with a military escort. Governor Crittenden was leaning on the Arm of general w. T. Sherman Saccom paused by the staff of sex governor Thomas Fletcher colonel Myers of the state Guara and others mayor Ewing was first introduced. He thanked the delegates for Tho Honor of selecting st. Louis As the place for the convention and extended All the Hospital ties of the corporation. Governor Crittenden followed in an elaborate address adding his Welcome to that of . Ewing and speaking at some length on the nature of the questions to be discussed. Among other things he said Quot i think Congress should set aside from the Public Domain sufficient for a National International Trail from ted River on the North to red River on the South and wide enough to accommodate a million of cattle. Now is the time to memorialize Congress to that end. He spoke also of the growing Demar d for meats throughout the world and of the necessity of proper Breeding and the adoption to the condition of existence to each particular Breed. His remarks were received with the closest attention Aud were followed by vociferous applause. Here a Larga Call was made for general Sherman who sat in the stage. Tue general responded and made a Brief address of a a Cupil nature. He concluded As follows Quot i used to regret to eee but a Aio. Elk and a Elope disappearing irom the Plains Aud to j Cee in their Tead a race of scrawny Long i Horn Texas cattle. I can see however that it was a decree of nature and that you j gentlemen have reared a race of 20,000,000 Fine Breeding cattle which Supply the world i with the conv fusion then took a recess till j this afternoon a the convention reassembled at 3 o clock j Aud after accepting invitations fro u the i merchants Exchange Aud several other pub a lie and private institutions to visit them ad-1 journey till 10 o clock tomorrow Moru Uig when a permanent uni in Iju Wal a i a a a acted and the real work begin. A very pleasant ind Musiu Roa Ura of j tiie convention is thy Cowboy from i fort Dodge Kaa Twenty Raen Trong in full Frontier costume. They i it syn a several i selections during this Morii Iniz is so in eliciting a Plause it a ids in Placa of a Baton use his Silver in ousted Derringer nearly a foot Long. Swaim s Culvr milk that. Swaim after argument of this Caal Lenga the court had the room cleared for consultation and upon the doors being Leone died the judge advocate announced nut the Chal Inge had been sustained Aud general Terr 7 was excused from sitting As a Momber of Tho court objection was then made by general Swain a to general Murray on the ground of prejudice growing out of Swaia Soppy Ilion to his Papain univ it. As surgeon general general Murray having Declar tid Pou his voir dire that he but trained no prejudice against general Swaim that would incl peace his judgment in this Case the Cha leage was withdrawn. Counsel for general Swaim were then allowed to ask colonel Andrews and colonel Ayres without formally challenging these officers whether they had formed expressed opinions As to Swaim s guilt innocence and whether they entertained any pie indices against him that would influence their judgment in this Case. Both having answered in the nes Active the court was then organized with eleven members by the swearing in of tha members and judge advocate. The judge advocate then stated that general Swaim s requested subpoenas be issued the Secretary of War general Rochester major Carey colonel Barr and major Scott by cer which the court took a recess until to mor Row morning. The Challenge against Gono Al Terry today was sustained because be stated he would prefer not to sit on the Tiia Laud to one of general Swaim s j lodges. Maud s. A Coli scicere stricken Kepi Quot Bult Iau Isuji Iuele lors in posse a Ria ii i a a Liili inf Liei Iory were to take a few y Tjw iii i act i i Hrict i Roni Oli Veland ii >1 add a lick to if Tizio actor Iio it Ivey at Quot a York. New York de Irive action Taku by Lustrick Alio nov ency prevent cart of Rio i i who air a Chi stored ill Sal Frova Tofu la i Puu Ciui elector Ion tuesday last lint still wore perpetrated in various , Aud in soil Tho Cleveland majorities Verc Cro diled to Blaine. The District attorney is now buy Luveita Gatihi j these frauds. A Groat Deal of evidence tas Boen collected and when it is submitted to the jury will cause a sensation. It was report of yesterday that a inspector in one of the Avorn torn Aee Embly districts had confessed to the District attorney that a majority of several Hundred to a for Cleveland had been entered on Limo of iii Al returns 8s a majority for Blaine. Moreover it was said that All the other inspectors in to e District had been summoned Sciore . Olney ind Tuat a hey confirmed tie statement Orisina lir Janic. I Liei were Jansi ruled to Correct their buturm Ai once but were not Given any Pronai Joi Ira Mun to from punishment. A Oiher it corf gained Ciruela ii and Vns it us Ray credited Wes Toti eel Leet Attiat in. To i-4hih Assembly District. In which to i j. O lir Ieti is Tois Quot tiie dishonest tactics of Iliad been resorted to. It was said Liat certain in Spector who could not be Brier re Hyo prions , had been drugged and Itiat Trio vote bed teen canvass cd without their Aid la several Dit Lipets it is claimed that s a Quot a a Iorii ice were either Cut Down wiped out Alto Trio Queen of the turf beats her previous i Ether. The evidence of frauds of that character beat aisle half a Secoura. I is Over Hehninger and prompt action will be Takou 1 Tiv Quot nov 11�?thp id i to part vet a revers so of the win of the people. A inc to a k>.,k0v. is broken 5iclr it attorney Olney said yesterday that he Aud Maud a the Queen of the Turt has Maretha i bad the matter of Etc ton frauds under invest tia news. I told him Alexander had Boen killed by Tho nihilists t knew that he . 1 asked How be knew it and he he found a picture of the killing of the ?.r in a pictorial paper which had been attn North on tha Neptune. While they were at. Cajio Sabine they re id find re read every slip of paper use in wrapping the articles left for Beai in cons they were informed of a numb a of events. While Reading 3nch scrap and Attim Ranj to Supply by inference Tho missing portions Coustie Tutor one of their Chi amp of Pastin Keithey also Occupin d themselves frequently by making i b of fare of what they would eat when the returned Home. Lieutenant Greely is Here to begin work on his report Ile says to comes partly against the advice of his physicians b it As the estates of the members of the party can not to settled until he has examined their papers now in Washington he deemed it his duty to Complete time work As so it Nas possible a number of men will a detailed to Aid him in the preparation of Hiar no. 1,549. Chicago cats annual. Keport the of tie commissioner of ren8i<nis Foi fiscal year a no left a june �50, 1 1. Washington nov. 12.�?the Secretary of Tae ulterior has received the annual report of the commissioner of pensions tor the fiscal year june of Lisi the report is dated november to. Blaine s attack on it he would have and 5s signed by a. Dudley commis amp Honor. J Oia to it Quot ii states there Verc at the close of the year what Ulicy Fay about the election the Sentinel a broadside Kinrd tie Hii Luln Story and the libel suit i Defeated Blaine a general Cross in. Bocci Al to the Sentinel. , 111., nov. 11long Jones United states marshal of Sinois Aud the Widua Aeh Atea of John a. Logan thus a Bosomed himself a Day two Sines to a sympathizing Friend Quot just As i had trained the Maria Halpin gun Quot said Jones Quot and were beginning to pour shot and Shell into Cleveland up jumped the Indianapolis Sentinel and poured a broadside into Blaine s private record. That shot Defeated Blaino for the presidency. The i saw he had sued the paper i said he had blundered. When tha Sentinel made the fight it spiked the Maria gun the Only thing we had to use against Cleveland. But when Blaine allowed the Sentinel to Force out that letter to Phelps i Felt that he was Jonea has said the game in substance to several parties. Another Republican said to a to Day Quot the Indianapolis Sentinel turned the tide of Battle in the Campaign. Had it surren several propose so of the Coin pc c Allie Fiert by general so iii ind iii Ronnfiel a Ashington nov. 17.�?upon the opening of the Swaim court martial to Day general Grosvenor of the counsel for the accused read an objection on the part of general Swaim to paymaster general Rochester sitting As a member of the court. He the ground.? of his objection to be that general Rochester was a material witness in this ca>9 with respect to the second charge against general Swaim of neglecting to report take notice of the alleged fact that colonel Morrow had fraudulently Dali catch i pay accounts and also that the accused having favored the appointment of colonel mag Iare j to the paymaster generalship at the time 1 general Rochester was appointed to mat j office Aud this fact being Kiowa i to the latter it can not be supposed that he Rochester can serve As an impartial judge. After argument the room was cleared Aud when the door were reopened the judge advocate announced the objection against general Rochester sitting e3 a member of the court had been sustained. General Swaim was then asked whether a desired to object to any other member of the court. He replied he desired to do so and judge Shellabarger then read the Challenge of brigadier general Schoy eld s right to sit As a member of Tho court on the ground that he Schofield was prejudiced against general Sivkim and could not sit in this trial As an impartial judge. He read general Swaim s reasons for As serine that general Schofield must be prejudiced against him. These were in substance that general a aim adat various times in the discharge of his official duties commented in amp Evere terms upon the official conduct of general sch died notably in a review of the proceedings of the Board of inquiry in the Fitz John Porter Case and of the Whittaker court martial and also that general Swaim was on close and intimate terms with president Gary eld at the time general Schofield s military command was by order of the president broken up and Schofield placed on military orders and further that general Swaim had sea called a Ion in pursuance of his official duties to make a review of the proceedings in the Coart martial of major g. W. Echo yield a brother of brigadier general Schofield was put upon Hia voice dire and said he did not think he entertained any prejudice against general Swaim. After a Long argument the court was cleared and on being reopened the judge advocate announced that the Challenge against general Schofield had not been sustained. General Waim through counsel then objected to general Terry on grounds similar to those urged against Schofield. General Terry was eat upon his your de and said e did not Thlu a he could be influenced in the trial of this Cate by any prejudice against general fastest mile on record. Time in ,32>.t half 1 01 three quarters lo7 mile,2 09 i. i her previous Hobt mile half a second Maud s has proved herself a greater Niiro Tuliau a Ever her late owner . W. H. Vanderbilt Lier present owner . Robert Bonner Ever Tho a in t she was. Hiram Woodruff the Oid time Trainer of trotting to horses Laid it Down Asau Iron Clad Law that you could never have a fast mile after Frost Lead struck tie ground. Last week ice formed repeatedly Ciuci took Tho elasticity from the sol Bober headed ones like . Herr said it was too Ite for Mau i s to try to do what no horse except horse i had Evirs duo yet enthusiasts however predicted that Uio record would to broken the Day was Bright for november taut the expert does Titolo Okroi Muscles to be Ile a blk when Indi Nammer come. There was a Large gathering of the very beit people of the Blue grass Region at the fair ground track. Uund rods of Church a cars were present Amous Thorn several divines Ard . Bonner was a Rrapi iii to Seca to ted on tue grand stand a to Bettles Atli to liar Racine out behind the Queen and gave her a a armanig up radio in �?�2 2o.<. Tie Judi is and time is wore major a a. R. Mcdowell colonic it. West and w. H. Wilson. In the Opi it Osue stand . Bonner held a Ratcli. Ranked of both sides by general j. Of to Binios . L. Brodhead Cichard an Ierson and Viava Ilton Bui by. The Coundi Ioas in under which i the i Rickma ice Wes Mado were u in the Roo Oril Book Quot Maud s will Start to beat her our of Oril of 2 -.i, and Shulii she boat the record Woodburn farm there Sho was Brod will cumin Morate the achieve Cut by awarding to her through Tho Kentucky Trottini Llor a Breed Herb associate ice. A cup with the time made by her Engrav d Bair to ged Toun 1 the track Wen to the head of the stint us a a do in and nodded for Iho . The Mare did not make a single . The tini of Tho Irit Taar tor was 0/.% and of the half mile 1 01. Tho three quaint rpm be Voua Roache i in 1 37, Aud. Here . Bowerman joined her Wuh a Nuiver he laced to a a sulky. The in Gifu was Strong and Iho j stopped i hair Watt hit a a. N of ii. The majority of outside watch is made t my 0j. The score when the queer turned to Tho so find for baht weigh was i Lui Eteri habits. I e crowd filed us Quarter Streich and Cocoves Thini throats were husky. It Trio Greate to perform sauce of the kind Over witnessed in Liae world and Kii a in by men shouted As Only they can do . was congratulated on every Side. I rom Izeat Breed Crk like general w. T. , . D. Sati Ger and . Todhunter pressed Forward to Taio iii i by the hand Atud when Grant the coloured Groom was Good big the Mare out of Trio Xvi Koich 0� Ladics Lia hered round and asked for Ilic priv ii a of touch her of Tho note. I it in. Bonjer s a Ira a coi i atol Itoi in i to . Randi Obilt. T a a a a a i Bow he to Niue Otu i out i .the i my to by lit i ili Woude Ful Pirroni a. I a a Iid Iddiols a Luss it will a iii Ion.witl� Quot i of the i old Cutuil, unch a a i it a i tei ise Here is sub Meru cd by the trial Jodi cd by what. No Sci bore b. In a i amp i ird a Ian Ehi 2.0 Ainoi the Niani messages 2e, olo by us> i by Jyh. Bonner Hiji is to �0.i0 Vii from the owner o a i a a a a.u a wi-., nov. 11, to Robert Sou cur by sin How me to Congini Tillat j you on Tho won Duj Rivil Pui Mormance of your great a i i pm i i a so Al Ned j. J. ?kiiri.\tional in a a a in a a a Icv Pii ill Jioji. Tion Btu he feared that it might defeat the ends 0 just co to make Public at present the evidence in Liis Rose Sion. Tho missing Roinen from the then y Hourih a election District of Tho Assembly a strict he said had been loud it was defective but would not affect the electoral tote. la the Day a order was of blamed from judge Barrett Givens authority to open Tho envelope filed by to Tho Twenty fourth Assembly District in the mayor s of Iee. The Les Ectore of saturday alleged that the enve.eonly contained the registration list but Alli Davis were made before the order was granted in which it was set Forth that the envelope Themi sing return. The envelope was Roenelt Laud it was found to contain the retort but a a very Irenc Feci condition. The certificate of the Elee Onu vote was , but on the is ii of it there was a Reijen Tho Roll c Erb a Taly list which should have been 2iide out of separate Shact. That Irr Jala tuy however will not invalidate the vote. Tiu vote for coup a iii cars not Jiro Perly catered. Some of the candidates were not credited with a Quot single t6>ie, the total electoral vote in Tho twee by fourth election District of the first sgt Embly District was &24, Oiw Hii a were cast for Cleveland. 61 for Blaine .1 tor i Antler and 1 Loi st. John. One was entered As defective. The nope Enovs who made out Liat return arc in custody. They had a Cju Ingr it the tombs police court yesterday a Ter upon. The result of the examination made under a nope Barrett s order was a Point a their , but they Are not Quot out of the vet. Collie in count Quot said diet rect attorney Olrey Quot a. Believe will show for a Lar in plus Amity than la at present claimed. I ii Are nothing to do with the of the Board of Coa Ity can vp.? ears. There Vidil be Leial rear Jug ital is of both parties present i presume to watch count. The Board in Esse of errors defects irregularities can summon their it pc tors Aud the errors May be a Sisai to District attorney s Allen have special Charco of the complaints Thich hav. Reached the Oitice in regard to of raids. Quot i l Ive evidence Quot said . Allen vital in port Aux but 1 can not make it Public Ai a tres ont. Is a Derous come Laius have a clip received ail a Groat Sirrs of evidence b in taken a ill be sub rutted to the grand tary Quot hive any palpable frauds Breu discovered "1 should say to Liege have but i can no give Yon the details the frauds which have come to your to Tice iii acct the City Vole for olsvelnndouicv.?&Quot a i Hea these frauds have been Roc tired he Vole for t Leveland will to considerably Ducrea cd. The frauds which have been committed were just such As we anticipated Aud did every Hiu Iti o Power to Atouk by to it a pity Quot a to let of a i l a a a Poby Loans v ot�i�. a to a ble to the to ii ago Ranii y now a. V Kkt nov. a say in Mcrrow j a n a a us , Elassal find As follows 218,936 arty invalids 75,836 army widows Miuor children and dependent relatives 2,g16 Navy invalids 1,9.33 Navy widows minor children Aud dependent relatives 3,s9s survivors of Tho War of 1s12. And 19.-512 widows of those who served in Attiat War. There were added to the Roll during the ,-192 new pensioners and 1,221 whose pensions have been previously dropped were restored to the Roll 16,315 were dropped from tie Rolls for various causes net increase to number on Rolls 10,09s. Average annual value of Erich pension at the close of thejears106, aggregate annual value of All Peu Sions 631, 56,6cc a Creaso Over Lite Valuer previous year �2,211,107. The amount paid for pensions during Tho year was $56,608,597, Vediu the annual value of pensions several Dol-Lar.5, which Rerres Euis first payments a Erie rally in new claims and known As arrears pensions. The amount i Ald Quot Dur Nii Tho year to 31,207 new pensioners was 523,113,815, and there remained in the hands of the never Ftp pension agents 7.203 of this class unpaid in which there was due ,94 7,-Oso. In the aggregate Quot ii co sol 927.922 Elalaih i ave been filed and m Quot 1 .0 live been allowed to commissioner fans that at the rate the claims have been 01- d for Tho past few years Iho close of the year is Jug will Shorr j,0�,000 claims tiled for tensions since isl. Since that year Lite total amount disbursed is 567> 3 6.811. The report states in 1s82, 8 p a cent of Tho a Hoie number of claims pending await the action of claimant their Wii Ossis upon answered fails from this office but Little Over 1 per cent await Tho Caiiou of the War depart meat the same Boin a As near up to i Totsas practicable of the whole Nudi ber pending m percent stand chargeable to delay in to is of Rioe 31,719 we iii awaited special , -1.82 of action of the Board of Bevich iii id .22 the it into i of the medical Bra Rich office thus Leavins claims a it Kiich awaited examination of evid Otico which Iliad been Tih a. Up j wards of 50 per cent of Tho who number of claims which Bale been tiled carrying with then arrears pins iii have been allowed. The Lehns Ped Long with a class can tit Ute a Diss which i present greater i lieu ies in the Way cd Voitle 1 Kent. With a Vicy Piiru e percentage of Titis num i bar Wlinich await the Atimion of claimants it is Chi a Dent Dion meet with in Poci ii is shall under Tho Lav the de i. Of Ision us Tho seer Elary of the Fator Lor Nind 1 nay cueral and a i Hetico a filch jul iii f to Abl j action. J i the mommies Lorica adv Clito tic adopt of a i run dial con Titi Ilion by Coni Vii a shall Tel e Jim the cd Durant Omo 01 the burdens a i which in their operation amount to a practical i i of Nial of his claim i 1 the Quot unless legislation to applicable 10 Uheiji be considered the Samo to j j be to the classes to be after cute and else11 Fracter of the proof which shall to deemed Sumii client to entitle a pension Trio result i will be to practically deny Quot pensions to Many of Brave and Dii tabled Soldier who a i Sun ring and tin fortunate social condition Appeal to. Gratitude sympathy and merciful consideration of cot arcs. it would be More to i the purpose to say that a plea for and in behalf of veterans was for Justice Aid Justice i of Sostero of special e.vamination., he says Quot it can not fail to be Gratifying to show that the service has to it Oen More Thau halt Susla Uiki. Wit i a Bah Quot ii be of ,ir0 2,102 As a net for Piso spin cars. Min cd i a i Ionio Raics i a iii Quot ?.�?��?�1nable i Quot la meth Olov it vill lie Ope Ucil a May , Tsi iii Keri Albistor. In Glandil i nor the l an it it i Avo of ii Yeti Victorin. Xiv Yoi it oct log it is of scially announced through the British consulate to it an International inventions exhibition will be held in London in under Tho patronage of the it Ueen the residency of Tho Prince of Wales and Tho management of an executive Council composed of Etnia ent englishmen. It will be opened in May at the Foyal horticultural Garde Uii s it uth Kensington and will remain pm until the end of the Yea in order that american invent dots May occupy a prominent place in this us a verbal exhibition the latest Date for receiving applications for space Lias been cd to december Al Isuf. Tho exhibition will Consi amp to of two grand divisions each of which will be subdivided into groups and classes. The first division will be devoted to inventions and will embrace apparatus appliances processes and products invented brought into use since 180, when the great world s pair was held a the Oryst top Ilace the object Otth a collection is to show the Progress that has been made during the last Quarter of a Century in Tho application of scientific discoveries to the purposes of daily life. There is ample scope for the display of american Iti Genuite As the exhibits will not be limited to important mechanical appliances and the utilize Tion of natural products but will Quot include Yankee notions of All d est rip lion 3. The Sec Ond division will be devoted to music in All its branches chit Fly musical instruments in j vented since the beginning of the Preioni i he arrived at Washio tou and non pod Ioor whom it 1 1 n a it a Dice a format ice. ,111 gird to the Tritsc i -01 led to by Trio la Pii Ali.-. Land s in districts Doo ii Iora a hm.-�?�. A. to. . Idi it Dis Rici whore try .do to air Tibt ill i ii of Tio Gioi it iii an v a it Tes wore Catt Illyff Siuy. But lie was scr via Frei lurid it the Tal i of widespread conspiracy 10 defeat the will of Tuc people which. Was Poarch into his cars. For several to .-� to it a i Taniok Iho a it Csc its of to two Uty Voluz pry . . Tho Uirl the jul be written out Aud this mor i ing ill Call Apirin ibid Aua ii their Siu to Ali iii. swear to the truth of disc 8.ssortions which they Coutain. 1 peso a ipod Tiona a it ii then with a amount of other eve Cence which has in twin District a Toniey 6oilice, be submitted to the san my for the action that body. Quot it would he manifestly improper Quot said i. Allen Quot to make Public Al tags the in tour of Tho san riling evidence which hag been reeled in this Oitice in regard to irregularities committed.t the . I am satisfied thai from 15,000 to votes Weie cast Ilie Gady in this City it 5s a Marior of common it believed that the District attorn of has Rei Iab i3 Iufer Marion on the Subj oct that the workers invaded Tho Pomon Ratic Futi of november 4, and by huge pious methods Ltd voting double ballots very a amp let wily reduced the Mai Orlif a for Cleveland. Ivh-3rever such were Likiu Igod in it has been Ascer jailed Cliatt a -puli.ic8n inspector was i Omar a and push 1 into the Bosch three double a amp iii a tie pod clerks registered the name of each Over who appeared at the a oiling place. The first thing Dono after the close of Tho polls was to cot it the votes in the boxes and compare them with the registry kept by Trio i Oll clerks. In a Large number of boxes it was found that to Micro were from Twenty to thirty ballots in excess of Tho poll clerks registry. in excess had of course to be thrown out Trio double t>allot3 were up with the rest cud a Man blindfolded Drew enough ballots to cake of tha Box agree Tveith tie poll clerk s list. By this method it is estimated that so viral to Tousand vote s were lost to Cleveland and it is hardly that the matter can now be rectified the ballots drawn out Nav aug been destroyed. trick Hai by ways been a favorite one with th<3 Forkois by reason of the Compa Ratia e safety wit i which it is carried out but it is doubtful if it was Ever tactic. D on such an extensive scale Salt was during the recent election. Chii col Ciao i ats for Xvi his i a iii ent a i5iptay a so itly a a action e it pm a eased by tie can cafe of at sap Oil it in Edt Otei Hain not at the be stilts. Special to the sent Luck ii aim nov am in donned Here tint a a in Laniau will be supported by Chicago a do Mccoats for a nit and so Tes marshal for Illi iii. int Leiai is . Charles Kera i Reily of j Terre haute and when scarcely More than a boy site rail of Vii o Ioui Ity. Liucc a Movin i Here he a has been Sharily of cd it a county and by tideway the Tilv democratic Slier it Chicago l As Guowu j Finco the acc irl ency of the be publican parly. In i addition to his exec Ilene rec oct Asau o Tielli. . A be a backed by an exceptionally s Rong per j Schnal popular ii. There is no Kijuc Tsiou o his Ca j Paliy in lil the Oliue Aud it will not sur Rise to lec in . Long Jones shoes after a March lion mainly no appoint mjg in to the. I position would so Well . Icarus s Host Cut in id Ina friends. J Tho Iron urls Clu i arc preparing a invitation Quot to i of Sidcot elect Cleveland to visit Chicago a i j their guest. Should the invitation b9 accepted the occasion will to Oriental in its of display. The Iron Juonis is made up of Meta i won the election a Republican newspaper correspondent who was at bar Harbor when Blaine ordered the suit and who followed him for five weeks thereafter told me last night that some of Blaine s ii ends tried for three Days to dissuade him from risking that action but tha. Blaine insisted it would be a master stroke it Campaign policy. Quot he was led to believe said the correspondent Quot that the Sentine would retract and was broken up badly when it showed fight. Threats of criminal prosecution were noised simultaneously with the ordering of the civil suit for farther intimidating the publisher of the Sentinel he wag nervous up to the time the Sentinel s first set of interrogations were filed. But from that Date on till the publication of his letter to Phelps he was positively rattled. Then a sort of desperation appeared to seize on him and he swung into the fight with utter recklessness of truth principle propriety. Thenceforward he relied not on character but on brain Tongue Aud physical endurance to win the contest for him. The spacious lobby of the Palmer Hoase is overhung with enormous pictures of Gro ver Cleveland and Thomas a. Hendricks. The crowds that pour in and out of the great Siace of a hotel look up at the portraits in a half dreamy manner a if the Nowa a98ut-ing Thesa men to be president and vice president Eicca is to 3 Good to be True. Potter Palmer laughingly said to Day that when to awakes these mornings first thought is a self inquiry whether he has Only dreamed the the am of crafts have won. By the Way . I timer while returning from new York la to week called on governor Cleveland he expresses himself As delighted with the governor s Bea Piug and character and predicts the nation will have an administration which in both purity and ability will compare favourably with and in the memory of Tho living. In Courtesy . Palmer Saya. Cleveland in All that can he desired while in dignity Independence and decision of character he is an extraordinary Man. The suggestion that senator Mcdonald made a member of the cab Ciet la hailed in Chicago with cordiality. Judge tee to id me to Day that no and ointment would s t Well please Illinois democrats. Roi Kov new Ixl 03i��0n. The in matters pertaining to to e open aug of Gre acc fair. , nov. I a the special Presa commissioner of Tho new Orleans world exposition is perfecting arrangements to have a congressional excursion of senators and representatives from Here to new Orleans to be present at the opening of the Lix position on december in. A press excursion representing the pr6s3 of the new England states. New York new Jersey. Pennsylvania Delaware Maryland and the District of Columbia will go As that time. Ample accommodations will be provided for these guests in the Cret Ceni City. The Board of management of the exposition have i made most Complete arrangements for the accommodation of the i convenience and accommodation of marked wealth and character but will b. 1 representatives in the exposition building backed of Coure by All the Deoa crits of the the office will be equipped with Telegraph City and half the suburbs for that mater for All i and Telephone wires and a Post office and Sens a out Hatwill Arav outsiders i of Seeger service for the use of correspond Law i end a. Invitations have been extended to tenant g us Elf. V Iulo town. A conversation to Day with several Leadin yers developed that judge Gresham hi-3 the implicit cont Deuce Aud Strong Admi Iatrou of Tho Chicago bar even before he is fairly installed a i United states circuit . Such a democrats As Melville .ller, ,&Quot John v. Lemoyne. Aud f. Ii. Avi Stoa express Grantiii cation at the appointment of so Broad and Era Lucy a Jurist and one above the Mirror no is of judicial Par j Tisa ship. In this connection i make a claim for j Gresham of political prophecy. Of the morning Ottlie election Juet after he bad to cd i it asked iii opinion privately of the outcome of j the Day. I can say that the results have not sur j prised him Iti the least. Rov president Arthur and Cabinet . Cleye land and Blaine also to president elect Diaz of Mexico and emperor Dom Pedro of Brezit. The mexican Congress will adjourn to attend the opening exercises Kigh Ful accidents the Kesil a a inc in ller. To receives a constant Stream of caller a the state canvass a closing of Tuo canals. Albany Noy. 17.�?president-elect Cleveland s callers to Day were numerous. Th8r-3 an o. And a Antis easier train Stimps tie i track tie in Glaser scalded to death special to the Sentinel. J , ind., nov. 12. frightful and fatal i tall was Accident occurred one half mile East of j his City at Midnight. Number 4, tha East j bound lightning express on the of and m., was just leaving the City with about two Hundred Pas i benders and was under a Good Speed in order to make the Grade a heavy one when the engine Century. The historic collections of Mascil instruments and of pictures rapes uting musical subjects will form a Inci Ilent a feature of the exhibit medals in Gold Pil ver and Bronze and diplomas of Honor will be awarded on the recommendation of the juries Wheeling a Liec Gill it Arrow wage a va., nov. 17.�?the most novel event Ever witnessed in Wheeling for several years occurred Thi s afternoon. Richard Henry and David Waerner prominent German citizens made a bet on the election by the terms of which Kursner was to wheel Henry from tenth Street to Twenty third if Blaine was elected and vice versa if Cleveland won Henry paid the bet to Day. The wheelbarrow was preceded by a committee of prominent citizens and a brass band and followed by a Man carrying a Mammoth pretzel another leading a Goat fancifully decked and two others carrying flags. Behind came a dozen carriages with citizens. A crowd of at least 6,000 gathered along the route and cheered the party. Several men in the party wore elaborate costumes and others led plug hats. Will at once begin world on his report. Wai iii ton d c., nov. Greely called at the War department to Day Afler reporting Hia arrival to tineral Hazel at the signal office and paid his respects to Secretary Lincoln in company with general Ruggles he Ait Erward called upon Commodore Schley. Lieutenant Greely is beginning to look As be did when he left Washington three years Aero though he now Baa the air of one who has recently been confined to a sick chamber and walks slowly with a convalescent gait. To said he was yet weak but in other respects Well. Quot i found my memory was impaired Quot he continued Quot when i got among old acquaintances. Men whom i could recognize one Day and Call by name i coi ild not name upon meeting them next Day. That trouble has been overcome and now no difficulty whatever a experienced in making Commodore Schley recalled reminiscences of the return from his journey from the Arctic regions. Said he Quot shortly after Greely web taken on Board he wanted to hear the and mail car left the track turning Over Oaits was a constant Stream in and out of Thoj i Side. Gad Fairbanks the Engineer who has held executive chamber All Day. The governor i the position with this Road for thirty one Yeai was accessible to most of the calf.s till late i Aud scalded 8� in the afternoon when he retired to his Pri of so fully that death relieved him at o p. M. Vate room for consultation with political friends. Governor Abbott of new Jersey and United states senator Mcpherson of that state called to Day. Tjie state Board of canvassers meets at the Capitol on wednesday. The official return a have been received Only forty of the sixty counties in the state and the braid will probably take u recess for a Day 3d order to allow further returns to Barr j Juicy parties Are apprehended a Necktie party Cei Ved before proceeding with the canvass Quot in a a in the canals will close december 1, tramp from Shoals who was beating his was wag caught under the mail car Aud had one leg broken and seriously bruised about this Timo a crash was heard a Short distance away and an examination showed that an a and to h. Freight had Rati into a Box car on the o. And Road. Further investigation proved that some Bastard had Bro ten the locks with a link Thrawn us the switches and had tied Tho of and a with a Cord .me tramps had been Fred from the Sand House of the of Aud a and the supposition is they did the att. Our citizens Aro indignant and ii the will be the immediate result. Death of a Xiu Bonaire. Cincinnati of nov. 17.�?captain v. L. Schenck a Well known River Man died at Vevay ind last night. To was the owner of a number of Large Ohio River steamboats and died a millionaire. He was born in Switzerland. Broke his neck. , nov. 17, special from Shelby county says Quot Lee Price a Farmer was Trown from his horse and Hia neck broken Quot Trio Scourge increasing in paria. Pap.18, nov 13.�?from Midnight to noon to Day there were thirty three deaths front cholera in Paris Nineteen of which occurred in hospitals. The revised report for yesterday gives a total of eighty one deaths All but Twenty of which of stirred in hospitals. Eighty for fresh cases were received into the hospitals yesterday. Toulon nov 13.�?one fresh Oast of cholera and one death reported bore to-Day., in Coq sequence of the popular Indi Atio a a the filthy condition the Manio pal a to the Fri tie a Aie having the streets and Batteto Clea amp de. I

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