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8 Oct 1884

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8 Oct 1884

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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 8, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana Is Mem Bhaw is a no Meta Etta ill yol. Xxx no. 36.Indianapolis, wednesday october 8, 1884, whole no. 1,543.clevelandwarmly greeted everywhere the journey to his Home. The grandeur his reception unprecedented in bin Talon Miles Tir Andly illuminated streets. A Moneter procession Eathus Siletic people whose ardor the rain can not Dampen. He receives a grand and continuous ovation in the streets for mile after mile. Cleveland s Buffalo trip. The governor enthusiastically cheered Bis journey Home immense crowds at All the stopping places despite the drizzling Isaf Reahle Quot weather. Utica n. Y., oct. 2.�?governor Cleveland and part left Albany at l i20 . Those aboard the train besides the governor were Hon. Erastus Corning Hon a. Bleecher Banks mayor Albany Hon. Simon w. Rosendale Hon. John a. Mccall jr., and Winfield Robbins Buffalo. The latter is a personal Friend the governors who hag been guest at the executive chamber several Days past. Newspaper representatives from the new York Herald and world and the associated press were also present. Major z. Priest division superintendent the new York Central Rode West As far As Utica. The train consisted Engi Nono. End Jinever James Coulter ted the drawing room car Pavonia conductor Nelson Bra Sori. At the Union depot at Albany before the train left several Hundred persons assembled to witness governor Cleveland s departure. The governor was driven Down from the executive mansion in a closed Carriage Aad walked through the main Entrance the depot Arm in Arm with general Austin Lathrop his staff. The governor s appearance was the signal for Hearty cheering. The wives lies set. Corning and Banks accompanied them to the depot and presented the Gover Noi with a huge bouquet Beautiful mowers. At precisely p. Conductor Bransom gave the signal the Engineer gently opened the throttle and the train steamed out the depot the ladies waving hand kerchief and the men shouting and locomotive whistles tooting. Governor Cie Elaml stood the rear the Pia Forra and waved his Adieu to the throng. The weather which had been threatening All morning cleared Oil and All omens pointed to a prosperous and successful journey. At Quot West Albany where Are located at the great car shops the new York Central railway hundreds work Ingmen fresh from forge and Bench waved a greeting to the train As it whistled by the men shouting and waving their Grimy aprons and gyrating their arms with their hands still holding the tools and Niple ment Sof peace. The train had a Clear right Way Over everything and ran to Syracuse time. The train stopped at the Palatine Bridge and at Utica for water. At the latter Point being fifteen minutes ahead time the governor appeared at the rear platform the train at both places and was enthuse aet icily cheered by thousands. The train bearing governor Cleveland and party left Utica nearly ten minutes ahead time Speed averaged fifty Miles an hour and several Miles were made at the rate Lifty seconds mile. The greeting the assembled crowd at Utica was Par tic nearly Quot cordial and i Hough governor Cleveland made i appearance and based his acknowledgements he made no remarks. He was in excellent health and spirits and chatted animatedly with his friends As the train sped through the Fertile Valley the Beautiful Mohawk. The train was one in Syracuse at 4 35, but pulled into the City still fifteen minutes ahead time. Immense concourse were at the depot nen women and children jostling each other in their attempts to get a a glimpse the governor. Hundreds school boys books and slates in hand ran for blocks up the track in the Wake the train. At the Syracuse Iron works As the train passed at slow Speed through the City limits a workmen came out and waved enthusiastic greetings. The depot in the Vicinity the train was packed As were the streets leading to it. In answer to repeated Calls. Governor Cleveland appeared the rear t Lati Orta and cheers after cheers greeted him. The governor lifted his hat and bowed his acknowledgements. The enthusiasm continued unabated while the train remained in the depot which was just Long enough to make a change locomotives. No. 614, Engineer e w. Mamott being Aub a tinted for j i at Syracuse also a substitution conductors was made Charles Tib Betts faking charge. Among those who boarded the Irain at Syracuse and Shook blinds with the governor was Hon. Milton h. Northrop the Syracuse courier. The following Telegram was handed to the governor to governor Cleveland the special train trial depot Syracuse your time to Utica was immense. You Aro making bigger time towards in Abington. Burn signed Ken tips Bailey. A special train consisting Twenty four cars with the Syracuse Phalanx and escort two ii finding democratic Campaign Organiza trans tach 100 Strong together with about 400 citizens left by Ranse at 1 30 for Buffalo. Governor Cleveland s special Tram steamed out the depot just time. The governor was standing the platform and acknowledged their greetings As Long As he remained in sight the people. Rochester was reached at 6 p. At the depot in spite the fact that a drizzling rain was falling several Hundred persons a were congregated. Governor Cleveland appeared the rear platform and was cheered to the Echo. It was Learned that a few hours Prev Iona a special train Twenty two cars carrying numerous representatives the democratic Campaign organizations and several Hundred citizens had Lett Rochester for Buffalo to participate in the grand Demon stration in the governor s Honor. The weather continued very disagreeable the rain falling in a determined drizzle Jot withstanding this three car loads representative citizens a Pifalo boarded the 4 30 train for Batavia to meet the train which was bringing the governor and his party to Buffalo. The party included Charles a. Sweet Fred Locke. O. G. Steele jr., John Powers Fillmore. An gnats Soben Geo w. Haywood. Henry t. Altman j. W. Tillinghast ret. John h. Ziebold Joseph a Tuckson Hon F. Day George w. Dorm a Hon. Jonathan so Tille Henry Ware Sprague Edward h. Butler Jacob Schen Charles g. Cart. Or. S. Bjork Hod. Solomon schea delay an Clarke Henry c. Vilas Hon. Daniel l. Lockwood Jav s. Butler general g. B. Rich. Char is w. Mccune Joseph cowing Jewett m. Richmond Hon. Jamea m. Humphrey c. J. Molin f. m. Lantz Alonzo Tanner l. A shone w. Hengerer James Quot Whelan Henry Martin Alonzo Richmond general w. Rogers John m. Hutchinson general George Speed s. O. Barnum Leonard Dodd h. O. Richmond and others. There were also a Large number Independent republicans who Are usually unknown in politics business men Bankers live Stock dealers and merchants representing the business Community Buffalo. There was a feeling great determination among the representative men that is Seldom seen. The reception Given to the governor was warm and cordial and All vied in their efforts to Welcome him his Way governor was in excellent spirits. The arrival the train was received with cheers the different organizations crowding around the car and shouting for Cleveland. As he appeared the platform hat in hand such a cheer As Batavia never heard before went up the governor smiling and simply contenting himself with bowing his thanks. Men without distinction party crowded to the platform to shake his hand. The train stopped but for a few minutes. The special train which had brought the Buffalo delegation was attached and the train sped its Way. In route the governer went through the train chatting pleasantly with his friends and neighbors and receiving their Many congratulations. Governor Cleveland s train arrived in East Buffalo at 8 15 p. M., five minutes ahead time. The first loud voiced Welcome was continuous and the combined shrieks the locomotives and whistles created a Din that was heard for Miles around. The train steamed slowly into the depot which was reached at 8 >5. The drizzling rain which set in Early in the morning and continued with but Brief intermissions throughout the whole Day was still falling but ii seemed to have no terrors for the multitude who thronged the streets leading to the depot and the depot itself until they were absolutely impassable. Tumultuous cheering greeted the governor s car As it came to a Stop in the depot Yard and the Din was kept up without intermission and everywhere necks were craned to catch a glimpse the distinguished citizen who had been elevated to the governorship the great state and was nominated for the highest office in the gift the american people. The governor s appearance the platform the car was the signal for renewed cheering. The governor and his party walked to the Exchange Street Entrance to the depot where stood a handsomely decorated coach to which were attached eight White horses driven by a liveried Coachman Washington Whiting. The governor accompanied by the mayor Jonathan Scoville Daniel n. Lock Wood who nominated . Cleveland at the Chicago convention and Winfield r bins Buffalo stepped into the veh i a which at once joined the grand procession at Michigan Street. His Progress was one Quot Titrous ovation al org the principal streets which were jammed sidewalk and Street by a cosmopolitan crowd men and women who stood Many them without Protection irom the falling rain waiting patiently for the procession to pass. There was Quot but Little jostling and no disturbance both democrats republicans and men every Shade political belief vied with each other in honouring their distinguished fellow citizen. The republicans cheered As loudly As the democrats seeming to forget their political differences in the grand enthusiasm the hour. The streets throughout the line March notwithstanding the rain continued to fall in a determined drizzle and the air was As Chilly and uncomfortable As in a Bleak november night were packed with people. Stores and houses were illuminated As never before in Buffalo. Chinese lanterns in profuse abundance Hung from windows roofs while immense garlands the same were swung across the streets intertwining in elaborate net work. On main Street the sight was truly an Inspirit ing one. The Many Cleveland and Hendricks banners were fantastically Hung with lanterns and transparencies while red and other Bright coloured lights gave to the hazy atmosphere a Bright and glowing Light. Roman candles were profusely burned rockets lit up the scene and the people cheered themselves hoarse. At the Genese House in bold letters a huge transparency was inscribed Quot our citizen. Governor and president Buffalo greets the sight was a very grand one from Exchange Street to High Street a distance Over three Miles the streets were decorated with lanterns. The German insurance building the stores Barnes Bancroft amp co., Flint amp Kent the third National Bank the White buildings the american Block s. Bettinger amp co., the Genese House and others were one mass elaborate decorations. Down Genese Street for nearly a mile West Genese to the Niagara Square a mile in length Batavia Street for Over a mile and Many intermediate streets leading from Maine Genese Niagara and Batavia were one Blaze Light. Some Little delay was caused in Movine and at 9 30, in the face the rain the procession begin its March. Fully 10,000 men irrespective bands music took part. The appearance governor Cleveland with an honorary guard composed sixteen members the Cleveland Phalanx was the signal for cheers loud and Long the governor standing with bared head bowing his acknowledgement the Hearty and spontaneous reception accorded Quot him. When he arrived at the Genese House his Carriage halted for a moment and then proceeded in a line March As follows up main to Goodell Street to Hickory to Broadway to Bank to Genese House a distance four Miles. The procession was fully eight Miles Long. Among the Many transparencies were the following Quot Public office is a Public Quot we owe much to the German element among the Quot let us look at the Quot this is the reverend doctor Quot with a representation in brackets a Large Black Ball. Quot a change demanded Tor honest Quot we Are bound to Quot no Maine Law for Quot we Don t have to cast an Anchor to Quot protect american labor by voting for Quot destiny the Side Quot republicans Promise High Tariff and Low Quot Republican results no work no Quot three Hundred thousand workmen Quot Burn these letters Quot Quot Blaine to Quot he Baa earned his honors and wears them Quot the Issue honesty versus Quot More Economy less Quot honest government against Mulligan sized Quot the Best governor will make the befit Quot ten thousand germans demand a Quot the Star route ring must be Quot the germans Are solid it was ten minutes past 11 when the governor s Carriage arrived again opposite the Genese House and still the columns passed without any apparent indication that the end was near. The governor and party alighted and entered the hotel and it was nearly three quarters an hour before the last organization column waa two hours and ten min notes in passing the Genese House and it is estimated there were fully 15,000 in line. In the Square opposite the Genese House Many thousands had congregated and the appear a Ance the governor the platform was the signal for wild and tumultuous cheering that fairly made the buildings tremble. The governor stood with uncovered head while Hon. Henry Martin seventy six years age president the manufacturers and traders Bank and the oldest banker in the City As Well As the oldest sex Railroad conductor in the country welcomed him to the City. Or. Martin said governor Cleveland in l half this thronging multitude your old friends and neighbors i Welcome you Home to night. You came to our City a boy you Learned your profession Here and for More than Twenty years have gone in and oat before us respected trusted and honoured by All. In the course time the Public Wear demanded you. And regardless party affiliations we elected you Mavor. The singleness purpose,.fhe rugged honesty the faithful discharge duty the unpretentious yet Ever watchful care the Public interests which Marcea your administration our civic he fax is led the people this proud state by an overwhelming and unexampled majority to select you As their Chiel magistrate. You entered upon this great office while you have held it you had the Public Eye turned firmly at times you As a probable candidate for the presidency and at a period when Reform was demanded. Yoa have steadily pursued your Vay deciding every question which has Arisen out the manifold affairs needs this great Commonwealth which has been urged to the front by cunning opponents with that same integrity purpose and the thoughtful care which marked your career Here. At Home again and again has the Fidelity to duty produced its result and we Welcome you to night As the presidential candidate a great party and thousands upon thousands who recognize the demands the Public service As Superior to parly ties and we your old friends and neigh Jors sir bearing toward you the full measure High personal esteem rejoice to know that in this bitter Campaign not one reputable Man has yet been Able to Point out one solitary official act your administration and pronounce it subject to just criticism. That not one Reni table Man has been heard to say that in any one single official act you have made the interests party self Superior to the Public Good for one instant forgotten that your office was a sacred and solemn Trust to be administered for the Best interest the whole people. We believe sir that the Calm Good the nation is with you to night that the rectitude and earnestness purpose and Fidelity to duty and firmness in the discharge duty Are at this Day and time recognized As essential in the chief executive the Republic and that surely and resist Lessly the result Public sentiment is doing its powerful work which Sha Liend in your triumphal election. We congratulate you sir from our hearts upon the Success which. Hiis marked your past career and upon the Assurance coming Victory and Welcome you to the City where its chief Pride to night is in the fact that it is the Home governor Cleveland. Governor Cleveland stepped to the front the platform when there was another outburst that lasted fully five minutes and it was Only with the greatest difficulty that the throng could be quieted then governor Cleveland in a Clear Strong voice that could be distinctly heard spoke is follows Quot fellow cil Zene i can hardly Tell then eople Buffalo How i rejoice to night and How Graceful i am for this demonstration the Confidence and esteem my friends and fellow citizens. 1 have resided among you and in this City where All my Success in life has been Achi Cocci for nearly thirty years. To night 1 come to you after the longest absence that has occurred in All that time and yet within the few ave eks that have passed since i new you last an event has happened supremo importance to me and that places me within the nation s gaze. The Honor it has brought to me 1 Asli my fellow townsmen to share while i acknowledge with grateful heart All that they in the past have done for me. Applause but two Short years ago you stood steadily by my Side in every Effort mine As the chief executive our City to Advance its interests and welfare whatever i waa Able to accomplish value to this comm Trinity was largely due Toyo Arstrong and intelligent support nor can i Ever forget the generous indoors ment you gave my candidacy for the High a Ca which i hold in the state and 1 assure you that in its i have received no greater encouragement than the approval my friends at Home. What i have seen and Neard to night has touched me deeply. It tells that my Neihbors Are still my friends and assures me that i have not been altogether unsuccessful in my efforts to deserve their cofidence and attachment. In years to come i shall deem myself not far wrong if i still retain their Good opinion and if surrounding cares and perplexities bring but anxiety and vexation 1 i Hall find Solace and Comfort in the memory the Days spent Here and in recalling the i udness my Buffalo friends. But other friends Are Here to night and to All who tender me their kindly Welcome i extend a Heartfelt greeting As citizens with me the greatest Commonwealth in the sisterhood the states and one immensely interested in the general weal. Because 1 love my state and Hor people. 1 cannot refrain from reminding you that she should be in the Van every movement that promises a safer and better Sommi stration the general government so closely related to her Prosperity and greatness. I applause and let me leave to Quot a with the thought that your safety lies in impressing upon the endeavours those entrusted with the guardianship your rights and interests a pure patriotic and exacting popular sentiment the character the government can hardly Rise higher than the source from which it Springs and the integrity and faithfulness Public servants not Apt to be greater than the people demand. Great cheering the governor having finished his address the grand procession passed in review before him and his guests to Niagara Square where they dispersed. As column after column passed cheers loud and Long were Given. After the procession had passed an informal reception was tendered the governor. Many ladies and representative men the City tendering their congratulations. A visit to the apartments assigned to governor Cleveland at the Genesee House facing the Street and Balcony where he addressed the people showed that his temporal comforts had hot been forgotten the elegant apartments and been tastefully arranged. There Wasa profusion Flowers Between the Large windows facing the Street was a Large Horseshoe depending from Wall and Gas fixtures Smilax and Choice rosebuds Lent their Beauty and fragrance. Rich bouquets were scattered about and upon the mantles the suite rooms Beautiful buds and Choice Cut Flowers were liberally arrayed the fireplaces were banked with potted plants and Cut Flowers. The governor will pass a quiet Day to Morrow among his friends and acquaintances. He leaves to Morrow night at 11 30, arriving in Albany at 8 40 saturday. It was Long after Midnight when the Buff loins retired. Bin Dicks a . He is met at the depot by a targe delegation in spite the pouring Bain he is Quot welcomed by 20,000 people at the exposition Louisville sept. 30.�?though it has been raining Allday extensive preparations were made for the reception Hon. Thos. A. Hendricks who comes As the guest the Southern exposition. The City is full visitors from neighbouring states and is handsomely decorated for the occasion. Or. Hendricks arrived in the afternoon from Indianapolis and was met by the exposition committee consisting mayor Chas. Jacobs . P. Booker Reed Hon. E. F. Madden and . J. B. Wathen colonel Bennett h. Young colonel Robert m. Kelly and messes. Bloom Robinson Grippe stable and Bontrager. A Large crowd was gathered at the depot and heard . Bloom s address Welcome. Or. Hendricks Only replied by thanking them for their kind reception and was driven to the Louisville hotel followed by a Large concourse enthusiastic people. In the afternoon a reception was held at the hotel where . Hendricks met his Mai friends and admirers in this tote. Or. Sen Dicks waa accompanied by . Shove an Indianapolis hi3 is looking remarkably Well and fresh. In the evening governor Hendricks was escorted to the exposition building where in spite the fact that it was raining in torrents he was enthusiastically received by 20,000 people who gave him a Keri Tucky Welcome. As he entered the building Gilmore s band played Quot Hail to the chief Quot changing later to familiar National airs. The distinguished visitor was happily inti used by colonel Bennett h. Young president the exposition. Or. Hendricks then made a timely and appropriate address for the occasion. He was simply a visitor and guest at the exposition and politics were not mentioned in his Short speech. He cd he was Happy to meet in the exposition citizens not Only Kentucky but Indiana and other states and he regarded it As an interesting circumstance that the citizens these states could meet and enjoy such a great exposition. He spoke the Richness the Kentucky soil and the Blue grass Conn try and the production such Fine Stock. He referred to the relation Indiana and Kentucky Savins that Only a River divided them. Or. Hendricks dwelt expositions As educators and compared Many the implements former Days to the improved one 3 to Day. The speaker than complimented in the highest terms the magnificent display the exposition. Or. Hendricks was most Happy in his manner and was continually interrupted by applause. At the conclusion his speech he was shown through the building and held an informal reception in the rain aisle where he had to shake hands with everyone in the building. He left the building amid tremendous cheer no and returned to his hotel. He will Rera Ain in the City until wednesday and visit the exposition again . Hendricks will address a political meeting at new Albany lud., wednesday night. Six Miles ditto Pilats. Great demonstration a Toledo to see Lilaine and show him some Western democrats. Fort Wayne sept. 30.�?an excursion train fifteen cars left Here at 3 p. Yesterday the Wabash Railroad for Toledo. Of these six coaches were filled with democrats and two coaches with republicans from this place and before reaching Toledo the train was filled to overflowing All going to augment the forces their respective parties at the grand turnout in Taat City. On arriving at Toledo after Dai Quot a the democrats at once formed and joined in an immense procession estimated to have been from four to six Lulles Long and marched continuously until 10 clock. The Republican procession a similar demonstration but not larger in numbers and not so imposing As the democratic Cav Alcade. There were 500 mounted democrats and the sidewalks and streets along the line March were thronged with people and vehicles containing spectators. The crowd was 0� enormous proportions All Northwestern Ohio and northeastern Indiana having turned out this occasion. As the jeffersonian club fort Wayne than which Teie was no finer appearing body men in the City yesterday passed by the Corner where Blaine was a Hearty and almost deafening three cheers were Given for Cle Velanci and Hendricks which were not encouraging to the plumed Knight. The Republican procession waa passing the same place at the same time but we saw no great enthusiasm evinced in their ranks for their tattooed candidate Whoso presence this occasion did cot enthuse his adherents to any remarkable degree. About 10 clock the processions disbanded and at 11 and 12 clock the excursion trains left Toledo freighted with the humanity who had helped make Quot a big Day Quot in that City. Our train containing the fort Wayne excursion lists also had Many delegations republicans mostly boys and quite Young men from Way Points Between Toledo and fort Wayne and these Young republicans were the Only Drunken Rowdy set Fellows we saw anything this occasion. It is an indisputable and undeniable fact that there was not one Drunken nor boisterous Democrat aboard our train and fully Hal t the number the cars were democrats. Weary from the Long tramp travel work and hungry for welded not Stop marching for supp Rall were glad to reach their Homes this morning but glad also to Saave been at the monster gathering. Chambers. Gray at Frank Ltd. He makes a log local and Genii acing speech a he is Quot Well seconded by Jason Brown. Special to the Sentinel. Franklim ind., oct. 1.�?governor Isaac p. Gray and senator Jason 3. Brown spoke to not less than 5,000 Persona in the courthouse Yard to Day governo Gray was in the Best trim and Many were the Happy hits made by him against the men one who swears that he was married twice to the same woman and the other who stands convicted having removed the widow dan can from a one horse Ostofi Bici because she refused to contribute to tha Dorsey soap fund. Governor Gray spoke from to e same platform that candidate Calkins did when Here two weeks since. It is no exaggeration to say that the audience addressed by Gray was ten times As Large As that Thich listened to Calkins and then the speeches there is no comparison Gray a a High above Calkins in logic and oratory As Jupiter is above a Duck puddle. If the republicans want to save Calkins from total annihilation and humiliation they should have him get sick before the time to meet Gray in joint discussion. There was never a sicker set men than the republicans Franklin this evening. From the moment they saw Gray Thoy knew that Calkins could not Cope Wita him in the coming joint discussion. This added to the utter failure the Calkins meeting together with the local Bicker i a and jealous ies among the local Bosses leaves them without Hope. The Speerli senator Brown was the highest order. He spoke for one hour after the conclusion governor Gray and held the vast audience spell bound by his logic and eloquence. Johnson county will increase her usual democratic majority in november next. The Chol Ekil. A King and Queen quarantine do Italy still a heavy sufferer from the epidemic. Athens oct. 6.�?the King find Queen Greece Are undergoing three Days quarantine at salamis. Rome oct. 6.�?during the past Twenty four hours there were 36 fresh cases cholera and 12 deaths at Naples. At Genoa there were 27 fresh cases and 22 deaths. Madrid oct. 6.�?-there have been no deaths fresh cases cholera reported in Spain the past Twenty four , oct. 6.�?eight deaths from cholera to Day and one in . Dudley hear Quot what a. P. Cunning Liam says your openly expressed con the nip for his race. Quot i have no use for the Irish i Hope not r a the character the witness is impregnable to your assault. If Yon should adopt the miserable alternative stultif5ing yourself it is still buttressed by the Kec commendations distinguished members the United states Senate. Special dispatch to the enquirer. Here s the proof. Was Nix tox C., oct. 1.�? the 27tb september i sent a dispatch to the enquirer which waa printed the 28th. Charging that commissioner pensions w. W. Dudley had used these words Quot i have no use for the Irish. I Hope not i Hope not Quot in making this charge i said that if it should be desired i would supplement it with an Aili Davit. Since i have read in two Cincinnati papers a denial alleged to have been made the authority commissioner Dudley in dispatches from Columbus. Further in a Cincinnati dispatch to a Philadelphia newspaper printed to Day i fee an announcement that commissioner Dudley wrote a letter which was read in the c convention Irish americans held at Cincinnati yesterday in which he denied the use the words attributed to him. The Best Way to fortify the original statement is to sup ple ment the promised affidavit hers it is City Washington District Columbia is personally appeared before me this Day a notary Public in and for the City Washington District Columbia a. P. Cunningham known to me As snob who upon being duly sworn deposes and says. That he is now employed As a clerk in the pension Bureau the Interior department and was so employed the 17th Day March last a. D. 1884, under the direction w. W. Dudley the commissioner pensions the itch Day March last aforesaid the deponent aforesaid a. P. Cunningham called upon w. W. Dadley the commissioner pensions aforesaid at a lout in 30 clock a. There was a gentleman at the time engaged in conversation with him after this was finished deponent walked Ever to Dudley s desk and said Good morning . Commissioner. He nodded his head when the following conversation took place Quot . Commissioner this is the 17th Day March and the Iriah brigade did their he looked up at me and said Quot i have no use for the Irish i Hope not i Hope deponent then left and met the assistant Secretary the Interior near the department he told deponent to go ahead and take the Day s leave. Shortly thereafter a general order was issued from the Interior department giving All irishmen a Day s leave absence. Deponent further swears that he makes this declaration his own free will in the interest his race and countrymen without influence solicitation from any Quarter whatsoever. Deponent further says the said w. W. Dudley aforesaid did not refuse him a leave absence Bat deponent did not wait any longer when Dadley told him he had no use for the Irish. A. P. Conni Ingriam. Sworn to and subscribed to before Nie this 1st Day october .1884. N. Call a notary Public. The question now arises who is a. P. Cunningham colonel Dudley thus put in a Hole May Endeavor to break the Force the accusation by attempting to assail his character. Or. Cunningham is an Active Republican. He was appointed to his place in the pension office which he now holds upon recommendations which include prominent Public men in All sections the country. Here is an endorsement by one Well known Quot United states Senate. Washington. Quot to general Francis a Walker. Superintendent census sir i respectfully request that a p. Cunningham May be continued in employment in the census Bureau. Very respectfully yours. Quot John a Logan Quot United states . Cunningham was also recommended by the late P. Holloway Indiana upon whose letter there is this Indore ement Lam not personally acquainted with . Cunningham but can cheerfully and do gladly endorse what Hon P. Halloway says concerning him i am one those who like to see the workers for the Republican party rewarded when worthy and i Hope . Cunningham May receive the place he asks. Very respectfully w. W. , commissioner pensions. Here Are letters whose signatures will not fail to attract attention United states Senate chamber Washington C., january 28, lf>s2, j honorable Secretary the Navy Washington A dear Sinawe would most respectfully request the appointment a. P. A inning Ham As Foreman labourers in the cons trac Tion department the Washington Navy Yard. Yery respectfully Alvin Saunders i am sure . Saunders would not Recomb lend . Cunningham unless he was fit and worthy. I therefore unite in his request. B. Hari Iso it Philetus Sawyer David Davis i know . Cunningham. He is a Good Man. John a. Logan. Executive depart Hekt i Indianapolis ind., october 11,18s1. J to a. P. Cunningham esq., 121 b Street n. A dear sir your letter the Ith i not. Has been received. Enclosed is a letter introduction to senator Harrison. Yours very truly a. A Porter. Executive department Indianapolis ind., oct. 13, l883. General Benjamin Harrison United statics Senate dear sir this line will introduce to you a. P. Cunningham a zealous Republican whose acquaintance i made when he was in Washington and any kindness shown to him by Yon i will greatly appreciate. ours very truly a. G. Porte pm these endorsements Are sufficient to vouch for the character the deponent . Or. Cunningham in making this declaration does it because he knows colonel w. W. Dudley to be a foe to the Irish race. He says he has respect for an open enemy but utter contempt for a concealed foe. For this reason he desires colonel Dudley to be thus smoked out and yet the Republican leaders have sent colonel Dudley into the state Ohio to manage the Campaign up it n assurances Given by him that he could deliver the Irish vote. Another Campaign i it in nailed Pectal to the Beaunel. ind., oct. 8.�?James t. Johnston the Republican candidate Lor co Ogitis in this District i Stoklns the Sut meat in nearly every speech he delivers that Hon John a. Lamb the present democratic Coorg Easeman item this District was opposed to the mexican War pensions Bill and that he voted against the Bill As amended by the Senate . Johnston is carrying his canvass with such a reckless disregard for the truth that he amazes and disgusts even members his own party. The truth tie matter is that the mexican soldiers found no truer Friend in Congress than John e. Lamb and . Johnston s bungling attempt to deceive them will react to his own injury. General Titomas a Browne. Congress Raan from the sixth District is pretty Good Republican authority . Lamb received the following letter irom general Browne to Day and it is respect ully referred to Johnston so he can use it in his next Speerli. If he does it will be about the Only truth he has yet interjected into his canvass Quot Winchester oct. 2, 1881. To Hon. John e. Nauib Terre haute Indiana Quot leap. Sir your letter is before me. recollection is that you Boih voted and acted with the friends the mexican War pensions Bill As amended by the Senate. I know that in the struggle to ret the amendments considered by the House i regarded you As Ray Earnest Friend the measure. Very truly yours Quot tji Omasu. Browni Quot the crops in Ohio. October report crops by the Ohio is ate Board agriculture. Column is o., oct. 6.�?the october crop report the Ohio state Board agriculture gives the following results the actual threshing for eight weeks by some "2,500 machines for wheat Oats and Barley together with the estimates other crops by township correspondents in All the coun Des acres threshed. �2,58 bushels ,002/.go wheat Oats. Barley. Yield acre. Average Quality. Area sown for Croo 1885. Total estimated bushels at the same rate threshing. 15. 102 170,855 5,081,711 29.1 j5 la "2s,s85i22.565,639 �,s31 292,570 27 l,0s2,c3 i estimates other crops As compared with a full average Rye so cent Corn 75 buckwheat 05 potatoes �3, Sweet potatoes 08 tobacco 74 sorghum 72 Clover seed 51 apples. 07 grapes 54 pastures 4s live Stock 84, a severe drouth has occurred three times this season but was partially broken by general Rains the 24th to the 29th each Quot july August and september. This has greatly ret irked the sowing wheat we Ipoh is not nearly finished in the Southern pay t the state s3 cent representing the area already sown. Wheat is already up and looking finely in the Northern half the state where the drouth in september was less severe. The pics tires ate now reviving and the Outlook for fall feed is Good real Dulant failure. Excitement in Rhode Island Over Enlil Dahlheimer s i act ices clothing houses in trouble. Providence r. I., oct. �?the failure Emil Dahlheimer pc co., jewellers Cincinnati has caused much excitement at Cong the manufacturing jewellers this City and Attleboro who appear to have become involved to the extent $20,000 to $30,000-from the statements those who Are in a position to know including that the manager Dun s mercantile Agency it appears that the whole affair is a deliberately planned swindle. On july 28 last Dahlheimer called at Dun s Agency and made a showing to the Ciftci that he was Worth from �20,009 to $30,000 in stocks Imd fixtures and owed Between �4,000 and ?5,000, which was his sole in Cleft Edness. He promised to substantiate the statement but failed to do so. It has always been surmised that he was connected with Charles j. And Joseph Steinan who recently failed hut he made a positive denial. It has since been ascertained that the denial to untrue he bought mostly plated goods. It was reported that it had been discovered that he would buy goods heavily Here and almost simultaneously sell them out West at 10 cent below Cost. East Saginaw mich., oct Excelsior clothing company consisting Moses her Good Benjamin t. Rosenthal and Edh Doyle to Day gave chattel mortgages aggregating $80,000, it is alleged that Doyle discovered that her Good the senior member the firm had Given firm paper for $18,000 for purposes not connected with the firm s business. Therefore in order to protect creditors Doyle took the action noted. A horrible affair. Governor Cleveland. He receives an uninterrupted Stream visitors at his rooms for five consecutive hours including workingmen Antl millionaires. Buffalo oct. 3.�?nearly everybody in Buffalo to Day was talking about the great demonstration last Nib to in Honor governor Cleveland. Tha weather cleared off beautifully after yesterday s storm and Large numbers the visiting organi iia tons remained for the purpose paying their respects to governor Cleveland As is his habit the governor Rose Early and notwithstanding the fatigues incident to his reception last night and after breakfast at his rooms wit i his Albany friends received the first callers at 9 3a a. From that hour until luncheon which a also took in his rooms at 2 30 p. M., there waa Art Uii interrupted Stream visitors including persons All conditions life from the Humble Labouring Man to the millionaire. For each he had a Harty handshake and a pleasant word. Among thu visitors were Many his old friends an acquaintances from Buffalo who had known him. When he came Here a poor and almost Friendles toy who had watched his Progress in his chosen profession and who were United in honouring him and very frequently the governor called up reminiscences. He was a excellent spirits. This afternoon the governor drove about the City visiting old friends Many whom he had not seen since his election to the gubernatorial chair. This evening the governor was Piven a Diane at the residence mrs. Walter Carey Justice Field the United states supreme court was one the guests. Bishop Liyun and father Cronin called the governor to Day. A pleasant Chat was had in which the governor took occasion to resent in the most emphatic manner the charge that he had Ever directly indirectly influenced any member the legislature regarding the disposition Quot the Freedom worship so As to relieve the governor from any embarrassment father Cronin will make this but tement in the next week s Issue the Catholic Union and times. Governor Cleveland returned to the Genessee House irom the dinner at 10 j0 n. M., and made preparations for his departure. A Large number citizens and the Cleveland legion in a body called upon him and bade him Quot god the governor s departure was quiet and in Accord Ance with his desire. There waa no demonstration. At 11 the governor drove to the depot with his Albany friends and boarded the Cincinnati express leaving Here at 11 30 p. A a Large crowd congregated at the depot and As the train moved out Hearty cheers were Given. Quoth clearances. The state Trade for the past week with the percentages increase and oct. Go from the Post the following table compiled from special dispatches to the Post from the managers leading Clearing houses in the United states gives the clearances Foj the week., ended october 4. Together with the percentage increase and decrease compared with the corresponding week 1883 new York. Boston. Philadelphia. Chicago. St. Louis. Cincinnati. Baltimore. Kansas City. Milwaukee. Pittsburg. San Francisco. Louisville. Providence. Hartford. Cleveland. Indianapolis. Columbus. New Haven. Memphis. Peoria. Worcester. Springfield. Syracuse. Lowell. 551,700, 61,427, 49,8.39 50.d21 13,98i 8,550, 13.101, 3,812, 4,030, 8,827, 13,381, 4,351, 3,767, 1,677, 2,114, 1,221 1,382, 1 185 802 936 838 724 575 395 dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec., Dee. Dec inc. 000 inc. 887 dec. 202 dec. Dec. Dec. 403 dec 622 dec. .67ldec. ,856 dec. ,707dec. 807dec. 144 dec. 734 i Dee. ,55y dec. 593 Bee. ,050idec. .27.0 .13,9 .22.� .143 .,17.014.a .21.5 .35.33.1 8.5 0 4 .18.4 .28.5 .28.34.1 .29.6. 4.89.1 .,32.8 .12.1 ,.20.9 .1l3 .17.r .29.7 a 805,001,115 dec.23.7 outside new York. 250,301,1151 dec.15,1 murder at Cleves. Cincinnati oct. 6, has reached this City to Day a murder at Cleves a Small town several Miles Down the River saturday night a White Man named Brooks shot a coloured Man named Green in the Throat. The alleged intimacy Green with mrs. Brooks waa the cause. An old woman s death. A strange transaction followed by the killing two persons. Detroit oct. 6.�?a special to the views says a horrible double murder was committed at Newaygo mich., last night. Abia a. Armstrong a Mechanic aged thirty five with a Young Good looking wife have lived at Newaygo some time. They had one child two years old. A few weeks ago a Man named George Bates came to Newaygo from big rapids and engaged Board at Armstrong s House. An intimacy soon sprung up Between mrs Armstrong and the Boarder which aroused the suspicions the husband. Last night Armstrong took the child up to bed and found his Wile in bed. Bates sitting in a chair close by. Mrs. Armstrong asked her husband to go to a neighbor s an a Rand. He consented. When out the House he looked up at the window and saw Bates get into bed with his wife. He went to the neighbors however. When he returned he again visited his wife s chamber and found Bates still there Armstrong and wife had some words when she told Bates to go Down stairs and get a revolver. Bates did As he was directed by the wife. Armstrong then grabbed an a to defend himself when his wife caught him around the army. As she did so he threw the a Over his shoulder the Blade planting itself deep in her Throat and nearly severing her head from her body Armstrong rushed Down stairs and met Bates with a revolver. The 3 men clinched struggled and the a again did its deadly work. Armstrong chopped Bates head nearly off. The murderer then gave himself up to the officers an ungrateful Church. Wilke Baree pe., oct. Roberts the paymaster Charles Parish amp Coho stole about $100.000, and devoted his stealing about equal Lar Between Home expenses and religious objects pleaded guilty to the charges and the Lackawanna presbytery deposed him from his elder ship and suspended him from communion. Dropped dead. Mabion ind., oct. 2.�?John h. Zahn an old citizen City who was formerly recorder Grant county for eight years and More recently clerk the Grant circuit court dropped dead in our City yesterday about 11 clock without any apparent cause whatever. It is supposed by physicians to be from heart adore incendiary work in Shelby co Tinty. Shelbyville in d., oct. 6.�?the Large new barn belonging to Ellis Noe situated in Van Byren township this county waa set fire and burned with All its contents last night involving a loss Over f3,000. The barn was insured Fox $700. She perishes in a swamp and is eaten by dogs. New Haven Conn special miss Polly Sherwood seventy two years age. Who lived in the Backwoods Western connect Cut was eaten by dogs. Over a month ago she left her House to visit her brother Daniel Sherwood living three Miles Distant. The Day was fair and nobody thought there was any Chance Nana befalling her. After passing Bedford Village she must have lost her Way and instead going straight turned off the Road toward the Borders a wild Region called North Castle. From Bita dress Bushes and several things she had dropped in her roaming it is thought that she attempted to regain the path Ani Quot a wandered several Miles. How Long it was though that she vainly strove to find an outlet from the. Brush is not known. Finally she got into a swamp which covers some two three Square Miles and got Furtner and further in it. The swamp a rarely visited by anybody and the supposition is that night came v7hen she was still in the swamp,.-and, worn out with weariness she Lay Down to sleep and died there chilled cold and wet with the Damp fogs and be Stillett exhalations the bog. Hot weather and the unusual Lack Raia maae the swamp drier this fall than for years Ana last Friday a party Hunters who were la Bedford thought it would be novel to explore the swamp. They went in with their Doss. Presently the dogs darted off to a place in the underbrush and the Calls their owners were neglected. The Hunters followed and found the dogs knowing at the lifeless body a woman. The head had been torn and the Plesti was eaten from the Cheeks. The legs had been eaten and both arms were found several hundreds feet from the body and decomposition was at a advanced stage. The discovery was reported find the friends miss Sherwood appeared and examined the remains. There were no papers the body but shreds her dark coloured Calico dress were lying around and near the body was found a work bag with knitting implements and her handkerchief. There were no signs foul play and the Coroner s jury decided that she came to her death from exposure. Greenii ackors mobbed. A Republican mob attack and disperse a Greenback meeting Toherty imperilled for Republican Success. Special to the Sentinel. Logansport ind oct. 1.�?at Burlington a Small place South Here the Greenback ers attempted to hold a meeting last night. The republicans that District were Heing addressed at the same time. The Greenback Era had quietly proceeded to hold their meeting another Corner when the rougher element the Republican crowd attacked them demanding that they Stop the Speat ing at once. Fins More the speaker kept and a fight commenced in which several Green backers were badly injured. They retreated to the hotel which was soon charge upon by the mob. The plucky democratic hotel keeper stood at the window and with a cocked revolver kept Back the mob and covered the speaker s Retreat. The coun Aeji the sober members All parties did not Avail in avoiding the disgraceful conduct . The Drunken mob. The Fate colonel Stewart. London oct. 6.�?the War office is Uncertain As to the Fate colonel Stewart whose boat with forty men while in route to Don Gola got stuck the rocks. He bargained there with the arabs to provide camels and a guide party across the desert to Meravi the treacherous arabs massacred the first party that landed and then boarded the Steamer and killed the remainder except tour whose names Are unknown. It is Feare that Stewart was killed. It is in know whether Power the times correspondent had returned to Khartoum waa Here with Stewart

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