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17 Sep 1884

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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 17, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana In. A yol. Xxx no. 33.Indianapolis, wednesday september 17, 1884, whole no. 1,540.� Ket ii Yoc Torii Aad ail will be fit Given Quot have file to la at brought the couple Back to yorkers the result Quot very unsatisfactory to the of updo prohibition in Iowa the Maine election. The al away Colin . They Eton to Youk Crsp mrs. Sci Selling is artist of for Trio i Nicony of a Diamond Pink at Sci calling s old lodgings. Ket Yoke sept. 1.�?mrs. Ernest j. Schel Ling Nee Morosini returned to the House of her parents at Yonkers in company with her Hii band on the train that arrived there from Troy at a Jii this morning. There turn Quot Ras the result of negotiations which have been pending Taro Days hat Ween the a Brawny couple and Morosini. Or. And mrs. Schelling who have been stopping in Tioy since tiie eloptment., took a Carriage at the elation it l drove to the Morosini mansion. Is a. Belling entered the Hoase Jivoni her Reni dining a Short distal away. The Young woman remained indoors Aimont an hour. What took place is Bot certainly known but it is understood lie grief stricken parents Besought tiie Aughter to renounce her Hii band and come j Hack to to Weir care. The father however a boo lately refused to recognize Schelling As his a Iguiter y husband. Tie daughter As Resolute by refined to give up her husband and left the House and rejoined Schelling. The Nev by married couple then drove to a Lionel on Kive Reide Avenue. Mrs. Morosini s was reported As extremely critical in the evening and she is not expected to live through the night Quot when Captain i Langin of the yorkers police was informed of the arrival of the in Midway couple he bolted out of bed says the new Ork Tribune and hurriedly Drc esed himself and then lie started on a run for Che depot. Half Way Down Thev came on to Schelling and three women about to turn into Riverdale Avenue thoroughfare which leads to the Morosini Home. Quot Jues you had better come with me to the station Quot said Mangin to Schelling Quot and let me go and apprise or. Morosini of your Schelling showed no anxiety to meet his fat Iier in Law and in a few minutes the party were seated in the Captain s private room in the station. The new made wife. the Coachman tenderly about is neck and kissed him time and time a amp in. He returned her car bees but kept a Sharp watch on the door As if exp Cline at any moment to see the towering form of Morosini entering the station the Bride expressed a desire to eat a Odi ething and the waiter brought Over Ham a eggs co fee and spread them on a wooden / table in the room. At 8 0, just As the last it ten giants of break Fasic were being eaten a Hack rattled up to the door of the station and Captain Mangin got out and the dark features of the Young Man re Nie ined inside. He was Attila r. Morosini the eldest son of Morosini. His face was Sale but showed no evidence of excitement. Attain Mangin told mrs. Schelling or Hul it amp my her brother wished to see her outside. Victoria walked to the open door of the Carriage. What was said by lie brother to the sister could not be heard that they did t shake hands was Plain. Attila was urging the newly married a wife to do something she was Resolute in declining to do. Once he Street bed out his Arm and half clasping her about the Waist sought by gentle Force to pull her into the vehicle beside him. She Drew away from him and Quot again entered the station and rejoined her Quot husband. At this juncture the Yong Man whose face had grown paler than Ever during the Brief interview got out. Ottly Carriage and followed his sister into the station. As he did so Captain Mangin called a a helping and Nia wife from the private room and the Jirair fit Ood confronting Young a in Trosini a crore the desk. The italian s Black eyes fi�6hed Only for an instant As his gaze fell on bib new brother in Law but he said nothing had did t stir. Quot i must say to you or. Schelling Quot said Captain Mangin Quot a am compelled to detain your wife Here As a Quot what have i done that i should face arrested for it Quot said the Young woman amp or bosom beginning to heave Quot you can not arrest me for marrying the Man i Quot Madam Quot replied the police Captain Quot i a five a warrant Here charging you with grand Isreen in stealing a Diamond pin valued at from your Quot it is false it is false. This is the work of a of people Quot cried the accused woman now thoroughly aroused. She advanced to the Miling in front of the desk and her eyes blazed with Defiance at her brother and the Captain. Quot it is All their doing Quot sue continued Quot they have deceived and be craved me thay have written me false letters and sent false promises. I Don t a care if every one in the House were dead i will never return to them. I have stolen nothing. Here is the pin you want and i took it in a hurry in leaving Home linking it was my own Quot and she Laid the glittering jewel on the desk. Quot my sister and myself have each a pin. Alike Only mine is More than twice As Val Nable. I will gladly Exchange with Quot we have stolen nothing Quot said Schelling thai wine Back his shoulders and glancing via actively at his brother in Law Quot we have wought Back everything we took Quot of that i should have been so deceived is to Trust them when i Felt in my heart they would deceive Quot said the wife. Quot it is True i ran away Ana was married. I love my husband dearly and would do it again. They shall never separate us shall Bev my dear one Quot and she took Schell ing a Arm and cling to him affectionately. Nevertheless Captain Mongin went through fake formal quest Ion and entered the follow in on the official blotter Victre a Huls Kamp age Twenty Gix a White native of the waited Sutea is charged with stealing a Diamond pin of the Yale of 70. F do you make the complaint he asked of Young Morosini. Quot yes Quot replied the latter and the Young Man left the St amp to on. Mrs. Hulskamp renewed her lamentations after his departure. Quot if Bev take me into court Quot she said. Quot i will give their canse a sorrow which they will Ever regret. For Twenty six years they Hare had me in the state s prison and when i Bieak away and marry the Man of my Choice they entrap me into their snare a gain. Captain Mangin then sent for Justice Fentz and explained that he thought the charge of larceny was Only made As an excuse to hold mrs. Hulskamp Quot then i will parole you Madam until Sei to mfr 22, at 9 a. M., on your own recognizance Quot said the Justice. Freed thus or. Amp and mrs. A Elskamp drove up Luve Rdale Avenue Hau was to the Morosine mansion at Ili Verdale Avenue and Ludlow streets to the liquor store of Henry Warner. It is a Plain unpainted two Story Frame House. Up stairs Over the liquor store is a room that was occupied by Schelling while in or. Marasini s employ As Coachman. When the vehicle got opposite the old Ciu arters Schelling alighted and hurried into the Beer shop where he was warmly greeted by the proprietor. Mrs. Hulskamp continued on her journey to her father s House where full forgiveness was offered if she would consent to leave her husband. She demanded that he be recognized but Morosini swore he should never Darken his doorway while he lived. Then the wife said she would never leave Iier husband who was so dear to her heart and bitterly reproached her father with having her arrested. Mrs. Schelling later rejoined her husband in his old room Over Warren s Liduor store and there they were when night came. Quot i bet yer that Eye Talian will carry or Bis daughter by main Force Besore she will be Levitto Schelling Quot remarked a Yonkers policeman to a Tribune reporter. Quot come Back Victoria and All will be forgiven Quot were the words of the note which brought mrs. Schelling and her husband Back to Yonkers. Butler in new York. A he a ked of a fiend Oliver Bateman makes a full Congo Tsiou of the Killins of the �irl8. J Savannah mo., sept. A Oliver Bateman j in his confession As to the killing of the i Young Mclaughlin girls Saya he was at Home when the girls went there. He saw i them go into the Woods to pick hazelnuts and followed them within Tifton minutes afterwards. They were near the Edge of a Cornfield when he came up with them j while talking with them he saw Henry Knappenberger pass. He then induced the children to go further into the Cornfield and while the eldest was walking in front of him he shot her with a Twenty two calibre Ball and when she turned around he shot her with a thirty two calibre Ball killing her instantly. The smallest girl started to run when he followed and caught her. She begged so hard for him to let her go that he says he came very near allowing her to do so. He did let her go but knowing that she would Tell he followed and caught her again threw her Down and Cut her Throst. It was fifteen or Twenty minutes after Knappen Berger passed before he shot the eldest girl. Alter killing the youngest girl he went Back to his first victim and outraged her person and then mutilated her person to create the impression that it was the deed of a crazy Man. He relates that the eldest said nothing after he shot her and that he held his hand Over the Mouth of the youngest to prevent her cries being heard. He says after All these horrible occurrences he went to the Creek washed his hands threw his knife in the Stream and went Home. When the father of the girls came to his House inquiring for them he wanted to go and help in the search for them but his relatives would not allow him As they thought he was ill. The fiend declares he was induced to confess owing to the circumstantial manner in which Henry Knappenberger had accused him of the crime. Ukoh Ibitson in Iowa. The Saloon keepers of Keokuk of rowing ask restive. Ive Oki a sept. 14.�?the War on the saloons assumed a new yesterday in which the liquor men took a bold and aggressive stand. Yesterday the Stock of Brown Ltd Crocker of the Senate Saloon was seized upon a search warrant sworn out by the president of the Law and order league. This afternoon Brown in Crocker secured a writ of Replevin from the clerk of the District court gave Bond for damages and the Sii Riff demanded the liquors of the Constable who gave them up. The president of the Law and order league then got out new warrants and seized the liquors of Brown amp Crocker at the Stanleigh House and at the Senate Saloon. Part of this seizure included the real evinced goods. The liquors Are now guarded by an officer. The attorneys of the Law and order league assert that liquors can not be real evinced and that the supreme court has so held. A motion will be made in the District court to dissolve the injunction and ask for the return of All the liquor. Another motion will be filed before Justice Lynch who issued the search warrant seek ing to have Brown let Crocker their attorneys and the Law officers brought into court for contempt. The grand jury is in session and further action by the Temperance people they say will be to secure indictments of the parties mentioned Tor conspiracy. The fight Between the liquor men and the Law and order league Over the enforcement of the prohibitory liquor Law is growing hotter and further developments Are eagerly looked for. Freaks of a 0vc1.one. Clear Lake completely devastated some of the Nhah Ianth strip get Ltd of All their Wor Lilly possess Onti. St. Paul minn., sept 10.�?a special dispatch from Clear Lake wis., late yesterday afternoon says a Cyclone struck that town and devastation was the result. The greater part of the town is in ruins and three lives were lost. The scene after the storm passed old was horrid in the extreme. Men women and children were running about in a perfect frenzy of excitement and fear. Here and there people could be seen coming out of their cellars almost paralysed with fear. The strongest Man was As a Little child for no human Power could have resisted the ter Rible Force. One House of Brick veneer was taken from its foundation and turned wholly round while the bricks were peeled from the Wood As if sliced off. A Large barn was blown away leaving the floor and Manger with the horses eating their Supply of Hay. A Little child was taken in the Arm of the tempest and landed in the branches of a tree and but slightly Hurt. One Large Frame House was blown away completely out of sight and not one particle of the House or furniture could be found though search for a mile was made in the track of the storm. The family had for Tuz lately taken Refuge in the cellar. Many families Are Lefi destitute not a Vestage of their worldly possessions being left. An Ina Muhe audience assembles at Union Square to listen to general Butler on the j eople 8 party. New York sept. 15.�?Between 15,000 and 20,000 people assembled at Union Square tonight to hear general b. P. Butler speak. It required the services of half a dozen policemen to make a passageway for the general to reach the stand. He was loudly cheered. The crowd was composed largely of Labouring men. Or. Ferdinand Seeger called the meeting to order and introduced Louis of Post As chairman of the evening. Or. Post in a Brief address introduced Quot that great american governor general b. F. Butler Quot the cheers that greeted the general As he came to the front continued several minutes. When quiet was gained Butler said in part Quot friends and fellow citizens thanking you for your kind greeting 1 assume your deep interest in the affairs of j the country and the political measures j which should be taken to relieve them has brought so vast an audience together. This j is indeed a ratification by great new York j of the inauguration of the people s party the True democracy. Unlike the a bored tedious and involved platforms of other political parti ii that of the people s party is Short incisive and comprehensive of every principle for the conduct i of the government of the Republic j and can he easily carried in the memory of each. It is this Equality of right Equality of burdens Equality of Powers Equality of privileges to All men. Under this Law none can deny that these were the fundamental doctrines of the fathers of this Republic adopted by Jefferson elaborate by Madison and executed by Jackson they were the doctrines of the democracy when that party was indeed a party of the people uncontrolled by corruption lists and monopolists. I need not argue to Yon that in these latter Days that inequality of right j Powers burdens and privileges have been j imposed by governmental action on the people. Corporations on which Public functions Are imposed and to whom Public franchises Are granted should be the servants of the people Only. But How contrary the practice of railroads elevated and surface. As soon As incorporated by ingenious and most often fraudulent contrivances they erect them selves into a terrific and outrageous monopoly by Means of which the people Are robbed of their earnings. Their business hindered and crushed and Many impoverished for the sole Benefit of the few. The people have endeavoured to protect themselves by granting charter to competing Railroad lines which promised to procure them lower prices for fare and freight but it is and axiomatic fact that Railroad Competition always ends in Railroad combination and that combination i a most frequently directed to the destruction of other modes of transportation which they can not control. The capacity of the Erie canal should have been enlarged years ago and is there a Man who hears me that does not know it v Puld have been done had it not been for tue persistent United and selfish opposition of the railroads. Let it not be said this is a state question. It rises to much broader and higher proportions. It is a National one. The Burden of the goods brought i upon the Erie Cahal to the City of new 1 York exceeds the Ocean traffic from the City of new York and Here is done More than j two thirds of the commercial business of i the country. This now is a great National \ free water Way. Ii any internal improve i ments of Rivers and harbours of water-1 ways by the general government can i he justified Why is not enlargement i of this canal by appropriations a Moat i worthy object excepting perhaps the im-1 pro vement of the great father of Waters 1 the Mississippi with an alteration of dem i socratic and Republican congressmen from the state of new York which has Power j enough to control the nomination and 1 election of president of the United state Why has not some one representative moved this in Congress the answer goes Back again the railroads would be opposed to it. They do not oppose the improvement of the Mississippi River which is therefore made. Cheap transportation Means cheap food for the men in the cast and cheap food Means higher wages and More Comfort. Cheap transportation Means an opening for a Anufry tuners workmen and artisans in i the last to Supply men and women in the j West who if they can obtain fair prices for j their provisions can buy those productions. Ought there not be Laws passed by Congress under their great constitutional Power to regulate inter state Commerce by which the food of the West and the comforts of the East should be interchanged at the cheapest rate. All special privileges and special burdens for the Benefit of the few should be taken for the lives and Comfort of the Many. General Butler s speech evoked great a i Plause and the crowd wanted him to con i Tine. As he retired the chairman introduced sex senator Thomas f. Grady As the Little Napoleon of the sixth the Silver tongued orator of tammany Hall but who i had come to so in for Butler. When general j Butler retired the meeting gradually Dis Persed. J general Butler and Grady also spoke at i each of the Side stands creating the same in i thus asm As at the main stand. General Butler afterwards held a reception in the fifth Cayenne hotel. Mrs. Lillie Devereux Blake was among the listeners on the main platform. Cai Kins at Franklin. Anything of that kind. It was the thinnest political slush Ever dished out in this City and if the republicans will Only s3nd such men As Calkins out Over the country that party will never be heard of after november. Calkins was accompanied by Rhody shield Bruce Carr and ill Mitchell As a body guard to help Quot paint the District red Quot and increase the democratic majority in this state and county and to Fay that the republicans Here Are sick and Down in the Mouth but feebly exp asset it and shows that they think Ami know they will lose. More Mulligan Lex bus. Death of Hon. John e. Neff. Special to the sen Loel Iii Chester sept. 15.�?Hon. John k. Neft sex Secretary of state died at 9 3� o clock tonight at the residence of his father. Or. Neff was among the most prominent men of the state. Scorning tits idea of arbitration with China. F.abi8, sept. 15.�?le Paris publishes an inspired article to Day in which the idea that i Anco should accent arbitration in the difficulty with China is Indira anti rejected. France it save is determined to Settle her differences Wita China Penieli. He is accompanied by the inevitable body and other of lace seekers. Special to the Sentinel. Titan Irwin ind., sept. 15.�?for several weeks tji3 republicans have advertised that Calkins would address that party Here to Day. At 1 p. A crowd of about 500, composed of about 325 pc publican voters that my women and children and 250 democrats who took pity on them assembled at the court House to hear Quot brer Quot talk. Alter he had warmed up to jumped on to the Tariff and i will Here give one of his Strong Points in favor of a protective Tariff. He says there is a Tariff of Lio per cent on Wool. If the democrats succeed and elect their candidates this Tariff will be taken off and Wool will fall to seven to ten cents per Pound and then the Farmers fill have to kill their sheep As they can t sell Wool for that and then when they have killed All their sheep foreign nations will say you must give us Well fifty cents per Pound for Wool the you pay twice As much for Woolen goods As you do this was Calkins main Point on the Tariff. He then jumped on to Logan s record and showed How he took his regiment and went through the War with great credit but he did not Tell How the government forced Logan into the Union army after he had raised a company for the Confederate army or How about the Black Laws of Illinois that Logan was the daddy of. Calkins gave his reason for rating for Blaine and that was because he was a magnetic Man but did not state anything about Hie War record the Mulligan letter Little Hock Railroad Bonds or or. Mulligan publishes some More a Laius letters and promises another instalment a the Maine majority a out for Cleveland special to the Sentinel. Boston sept. 15.�?the publication of ail Dit ional letters seriously compromising Blaine has created a profound impression Here and will add much to the already powerful anti Blaine Republican movement. The journal has an editorial claiming that this Quot persecution Quot will help Plaine. It Dar Tea j not print the letters in fur but gives one garbled extract of the whole matter. The traveller says it is a desperate i move to keep j the people s attention from the Tariff. Or. James Mulligan was spen to Day. He said Quot let them Chew on that awhile and i will then give them another dose Quot or. Mulligan j has been approached by who j offered him a Large sum to suppress the evidence he has of Blaine Rasca Lity. He i would never have made these fresh ones Public had not the Blaine impugned j his honesty and abused him outrageously. The i Ost has the returns fro in j Maine with Only ten Small towns mis3in�, a and the Republican majority is a Trifie below 15,000. The towns to head from Are All democratic and will reduce the majority to about 11,500. I Rev. Or. Leonard Bacon of new Haven conn., having been referred to by the pal-1 Radium of that City As a misguided Man who i was on the Point of endorsing Cleveland became provoked and is out in a Strong j letter saying that he shall vote for Cleveland i and urge All of his friends to do the same Quot an i speech and the same was Well received and highly complimented by Many of our leading Republican the crowd was a Rifaat at from 2,000 to 2,500. The den Cracy of Greene county is in splendid Condi Ioa with no dissension in her i Anks and with the strongest ticket Ever nominated in the county the Outlook is favourable for the ticket from representative Down so Coroner. Voorhees is billed for Worthin ton for next thursday the Isth when a Notor a Arka crowd will be in attendance As the a Nat in is the most popular Speaks thatch Meir to our county and his presence and speeches always create enthusiasm. Look for a reduced Republican majority for Thiis county this year. The cholera. Its continued ravages at Tari Oua cilia so deaths and incidents. Madrid sept. of the of cholera in Spanish towns for the pasc Twenty Fiir hours is As Novelda a fresh cases Andice ibs Elcho 12 Resli cases and -1 Dea tis .-Forte, g Resli cases and 3 deaths audom 1 cae Lerida 1 fresh Case and 1 death. Pakis sept. 1. ?.�?an isolated Dogaru of Cho Era occurred at one of thevos pistils of Paris. Lies in Tim was a Soldier who just reached Liero Irsai Peri Gimli. Mumk sept. 13.�?-the ?.5 is of Choli i in Italy during the Twenty soar hours As Folio Ivy pre h ci.30s. Death Kii plos City 3- it Naples province i Bergamo. 2 0 Casio rat. It it Ltd Tiirik. Genoa. Salerno. I Cassara. Cuneo. Cremona. Single cases Are reported from i i towns. La i rez7,u, is still the Center of the epic in province of Genoa cases Are rpm t id Iroku to limit province 31 of which were in a i in. In aphid sept. from tiie i or Gueci report six deaths to Dity from Bolor , sept 13.�?the pm prior of i Quot to a the King of Italy Nis f in the Devotion shown Pla ue-8trckea Pei pie. Tivera were More religious processions to Lay by tue lower classes which ended in the a Vii Iii Ipa of Drin Lairg to , the i it Eutie i bitterly denounced the . A Rumor havin i spread that a per son had arrived at Foggia from Naples who ,d Beon Maizi Quot la with cholera the people Floe de to to others leaving the train. The in Doit a Persed the . A town at Jackeo a monster ratification senator Voorhees opens u it a Fine Opp Orti nifty for i Sikying to break Luto the Penitentiary. Special to the Sentinel. Tehi e haute sept. 14.�?the Vincenaza commercial the Indianapolis journal and times published an alleged conversation Between senator Voorhees 8.nd general min son which they say was overheard by a gentleman of Quot unquestioned veracity Quot on the cars Between Indianapolis and Terre Hatte in which they Are made to a that the dam of crafts can not carry the state and that the Blaine Sentinel libel suit was losing the democrats Many votes. The corresponding of the Sentinel saw Voorhees to May just As he was leaving for Evansville Wiere he Speaks to night. The senator said Quot the statement is wholly untrue if the mendacious scoundrel Whei pretends to Byre overheard such a conversation Between general Manson and me will put his statement in the form of an Aii Davit and in such a Way As to ome within the jurisdiction of any criminal court 1 will agree to Send him to the Penitentiary for perjury on the oath of general Manson supported by my own and that of another gentleman who heard what passed Between us on the political Outlook in Indiana. For weeks past is my friends All know i have believed the state was democratic by 15,000 majority and i so stated to general Manson on the occasion above referred to. And in this opinion he concurred. The informant of the Vincennes paper which vouchsafed for his unquestionable veracity is simply an unquestioned senator Voorhees a s be finds the democrats everywhere organized and confident of a glorious Victory. By one 3jan, Olio fired into houses with a Iliili a to was captured and jailed. We Ancton kas., sept. 13.tlr.s City was thrown into the wildest eke tement this Mornini by the sudden appearance on the streets of Fomuk , armed Witti a Yiu Chester Zilha and Kiriu into the residences of various Cit ii Eji amp. To Ziric went to the rest Enco of Tohn Jandernoa and fired several shots into Tao a Musmand then repaired to the House of j. Cit be through we Iii he fired twelve Sirotti mass Ninfi the Liurni tire and wounding a Small child of Mckeev. An alarm was quickly raised and few minutes the citizens were up in arms. Jone was mounted on a Pony and while galloping up Washington avenues it William Gaines Street o miss loner. Inf Lieving a very dan Rous wound. Rouos then Rode to the House of his brother. and discharged several shots. Into it hut the family had escaped to a ncig�ib8 s. He then Ltd to the country but was pursued and captured about a mile from town. About a week ago was Shrouf it he lore a jury to have his a sanity pass d upon. Since then he has threatened Tho lives of All who Tei Trifie Ltd against him and to Clay he wag endeavouring to put his threats . Public opinion seems Divi iced As to insanity. He is now in jail and great year is entertained he will be lynched. Republican outrage Mill. Thi Wisconsin floods. The method fied by republicans to Frei a crowd and their modes Operand of die manufacture of an outrage. Special to the Sentinel. By Cookville sept. 14.�?the grand rally of our Republican friends came off Friday with the drawing cards of Cal wins Holstein and Goddard and if the democrats had stayed out of town there would not have been a respectable Ward meeting. After drumming the surrounding country and towns for weeks the dear people again failed to enthuse and at night they had 225 men and Hoys in line including 11.5 from Connersville and the Way they got them to come was an outrage. Two Days before a coloured Man came Down from Connorsville with his employer to work on a Job of work Here and failing to obtain boat citing for him where the rest of the men were boarding sent him Back to work on other jobs. Now even before this negro had left Brookville some infamous scoundrel sends a dispatch to Connersville stating that he Hai Assn run out of Brookville and that the copperheads would allow no Nigger to stay in Brookville. The next Day a Long article from some Low Down count appeared in the Cincinnati commercial Gazette corroborating the infamous lie and Ibeling the people of Franklin county of nil parties. Of the Day before the meeting announced several letters of warning were received from Connersville stating that the darkies were indignant and that Whito and coloured roughs were coming Down idiom Connersville to clean out the town and the democrats went to work to Avert the Tro ahle and after much talk the Republican a Magers finally sent word to Connersville that the article was not True but quite a crowd came from Connersville and i am informed that each Man was furnished with a Guu for an emergency. Such Are Republican methods but they will not work. The people understand their objects and their Days Are numbered. No wonder they Are getting det Perate. Governor Gray in Greene county. Special to the Sentinel. A by Oom Field ind., sept. 14.a.t an Early hour Friday morning the citizens of this Greene county began to congregate and by noon the town was full of people who came to hear our next gov i nor colonel Isaac p. Gray each train brought in full delegations from All portions of the county and the citizens of our a Keig Boring town of Worthington came with their band and glee club which together with the Bloomfield band and glee club enlivened the occasion with an abundance of music and soul stirring son. The Large t crowd that has assembled in this Campaign was in attendance to Bear colonel Gray it or Gallant candidate for governor. The speaker made a Fine Sluth damage done by the unprecedented Rise in the Chippewa and eau Claire rivets. Eau Claire wis., sept. 11.�?both the Chippewa and eau Claire Rivers began falling at noon after reaching the unprecedented height of Twenty Sis feet three feet higher than the great Hood of 1880, every Bridge on the Chippewa has gone out five Railroad Bridges and five Wagon this City the loss to property is appalling. No satisfactory estimate can be made at this time. In and Between Chippewa palls and eau Claire the loss will not fall Short of �1.500,000, and May greatly exceed that sum. The eau Caire Gas company Losea r50 tons of Coal and All their bail drugs valued at $45,000. Business houses on ail sides of the two Rivers Are submerge j. Great apprehension is Felt lest when the Waters recede the foundations May be so much impaired As to crumble the Walls. In this City Over 200 houses have been swept away. Oaly one life was lost As tar As heard from. While this dispatch is being written three build Lugton Bridge Street on the West Side have fallen. They belonged to Fred Bonnell a. D. Chappell and j. F. Ewing. Horribly mangled. Special to the Sentinel. M in Kcjr ind., sept. I3i-csterday Mary Cas Sady of this City stole away from the House of her sister in the country where Sho bad gone to stay a few Days and came to this City and took the 4 o clock Tram for Indianapolis for the purpose As she said of entering the Irsane Asylum. The conductor took her As far As Yorktown where owing to the fact that she had no to Civet or Money he had her put Oft. From Liere she started on foot for the West. Her friends were at once in formed of her disappearance and at once started in Pursuit. Messes. John Cassady a brother and John c. Eller a brother in Law went to Anderson leaving Here on the 8 38 train. At Anderson nothing was known of her but an examination of the locomotive which Drew the train on which Laese gentlemen went in search of her led to the discovery of a part of her clothing which Mada them believe that she had been killed. A search was made and a mile or two this Side of Anderson her body was found almost Cut to pieces ands recognizable Only by the clothing she wore. It visas a sickening or sight. The remains were gathered up and after being made ready for burial were brought Home this morning. Miss Ca Kisady was about fifty years old. She was insane from Long aft fiction with apoplexy. She was of one of the Best Farn Ilies in the City and her sudden and at the same time horrid it death has caused great sadness among Many friends in this City. The remains of a Man of unlit on Fisli lines. Special to the Sentinel. Madison ind., sept. 15.�?.tohn Sauley a Fisherman while running his lines on the Kentucky Shore opposite the ship Yard caught the remains of a Man very much decomposed. They were supposed to be those of the Engineer of the Steamer Belle Mcgowan who fell overboard from the boat above this City a few months ago. An inquest was held at Milton and the remains interred. The awful. A of Cleveland and Hendri Clis at tue it nation s a from Oliree it aids to in Otto use audiences. Washington d. C., sept. 11. The democracy of the District of Columbia Rati Lei the nomination of Cleveland and Hendricks by a grand open air demonstration to night. There was a Street Parade with some look in line of local democratic organizations and democratic clubs from the country and at a meeting on the Plaza in front of the City Hall speeches from men prominent in the democratic ranks and the adoption of resolutions expressive of loyalty of the democrats of the District to the Standard bearers of the party constituted the important features of the ratification. Electric lights and a grand display of fireworks flags music and booming of Cannon were the acc Olipani intents. The meeting proper was held direct in front of the City Hall and the Lar a Plaza was packed with a dense gathering pm Bering Many thousands who v. Tre Aii Drc used from three sides Simi Iltanen out by. The principal stand was erected on the portico of the City Hall and just behind the Lincoln statue which was Manill gently decorated with the nation s emblems portraits of the candidate and the flags of All nations being prominently displayed. Electric lights cbine&3 lanterns and Gas made Ile scene As Brilliant As Day. On the Drin i pal stand were the leaders of the i District a a i ii Curacy and eminent sneakers from j abroad. A Large concourse of people filled All the amp Pace on the City Vilall Portia o and the stats in the rear of thi.5 stand a be i to re of this a withering As of the main body of Sepci Fitoria Vas a Large proportion of ladies j the first of the a Cular speakers of the even org Hon. Fere h. Murphy of Iowa d he hoped the end Nusias a of this meeting As Earnest As that with which the Union would next March in the Presidio Utia a chair the nor Aimee a the prese it governor of new York. The principal reason he had for the Faith that the Damoc Racic Nomirece would be elected was that people had demanded a change in order to at they might have a settlement and an oppt to exam e the Cash account of the nation. He alluded to Republican tyranny in Iowa in enacting a prohibition lava Quot there after having invited immigration to that state in the name of Liberty. He thanked god that Tho Law did not in his state receive a single democratic vote. To thought the people should eat what they choose drink what they choose and worship cd As they please. That was democratic doctrine that party proposed to allow the German to drink his Beer the Frenchman to drink wine the irishman his whisky and the american to drink them All. Senator of Florida then addressed the meeting. He said Quot Victory is in the air. We Are going to have a change the decree has gone Forth and in november it will be recorded that the United democratic party will place its candidate in the White House and do not intend to be cheated out of he then alluded to what he called Quot the great fraud of "70,&Quot and said Quot we Are going to right that great wrong at this concluding he said the democratic party will not die. It will resist the Empire of decay when time is o or and worlds Nave passed away. Cold in dust the perished heart May lie. But that which warmed it once will never die. General Bradley t. Johnson of Maryland was the next speaker. He reviewed the victories of the democratic party under some of its great leaders and said the occasion now before the american people to take control of the government is More important than when Jefferson culled the people to arms and Jackson led them. In the struggle in which the people Are now engaged there has been contest after contest. The rights and privileges of the people have been usurped by a party that has Long ceased to be anything but a party of plunder. The people won the election in 1870, and elected Tilden to be president and they were deprived of their tights and disfranchised before the world by the army of the i United states under the control of the Secretary of War. The Diu Cracy had the country in 1880, when the franchise of Indiana was Pur Censed with s2 Bills by a Leader of the Republican party. The it conspiracy now against the people he continued i stronger More vicious and More deeply fraught with evil than Ever before. He severely criticised the Legal tender opinion of the supreme court and said that under the Republican party the government had taken charge of the ballot boxes in the states and had provided for the supervision of elections. They had done this As Well As taken charge of the property of the country they have done this with the deliberate purpose of getting More Power in order that they May have More plunder in order that they May perpetuate their Power. Alluding to the nomination of Blaine the speaker said the Republican party had made a proper and appropriate nomination. They gave to the country of All men the very exemplar and exponent of their principles. He said he supposed they had Assurance that Quot he will be no dead head Quot in the position of president of the United states. There was not a Railroad Speculator in the country not a lobbyist not a jobber on Wall Street or a Speculator in Public lands int opposed him concluding he said Quot the Issue a whether Yon will have an honest government of honest men administered in a simple frugal Way or whether you will have a grand gift Enterprise with a Chance for everybody to steal speeches were also made by representative Post Secretary of the democratic congressional Campaign committee and representative Ellis of Louisiana. Two Large overflow meetings were addressed by general Rosecrans general Eppa Hunto Nande. A Meredith of Virginia. The latter alluded to general a amp hone As the second Judas Iscariot. Great enthusiasm was displayed throughout and the assemblage dispersed at a late hour with cheers for Clevelandand Hendricks. Col Nelcy by the promotion of colonel m. D. Manson to the office of brigadier be eral. Failing health caused Hishon Rible discharge in the fall of 1802, but he a Oon recovered and organized and com Nian ded the one Hundred and sixteenth regiment. Colonel Kise s social made him friends everywhere through life and the old a soldiers especially loved and revered him in Bis declining Days. The funeral will take place at 1 o clock to Morrow. Mart surface an eccentric Bachelor left Hia mothers North of the City on the 10th of May last and his whereabouts has since been unknown. For several Days past Large crowds of people have been attracted to a heavy Wood on the farm by a Peculiar stench and on fonday a general search waa made but without locating the cause. Sooke think surface was killed and buried in the Woods. The cholera. Its Oread an Ltd dire Ful work in Italy i Ranee and Spain a the mortality at Naples still tearfully , Etc. , sept. 15.�?there have been fifteen deaths from cholera in this City in the past two Days. In the department of the Herault there have been fifty cases and thirty deaths. Rome sept. 15.�?the bulletin showing the ravages of cholera in Italy in the past Twenty four hours Naples Cit Ygo j fresh cases 2 1 deaths Naples province thirty fresh cases ten deaths a Zerta fourteen fresh cases and four deaths Cuneo Twenty one fresh cases and thirteen deaths Genoa Twenty five fresh cases and twelve deaths. The n other places Provines not Given seventeen fresh cases and ten deaths. Madied sept. 15.�?since last reports six fresh cases and four deaths have occurred at Elcho and four fresh cases and three deaths at Novella. In the City of Lerida a fatal Casa of sporadic cholera occurred. One suspected Case was reported in the suburb of Barcelona and several suspicious cases in the province of Tarragona six of which proved fatal. Maine election returns. Acc Sta me., sept. 11.�?the Kennebec journal to Morrow will publish the vote of the state nearly Complete from official returns. The vote of this year for governor is compared with the governor vote of 1880. The following is a summary total vote for governor 140,430. Robin has 77,779 Redman 58,070 h. B. Eaton 3,147 w. F. Eaton 183 Eustis 1,157 scattering 95. Robie s majority Over Redman in 1884 is 10,707, against a democratic majority in 1880 of 109 for Plaisted Over Davis. The total vote is the largest Ever cast for governor at any election except one. The Republican gain since 18.->0, by the official vote is 19,878, with eighteen Small towns and plantations to hear from the returns from which will not materially change the result. Four Republican members of Congress Are elected by majorities ranging from about 1,000 to 0,000. The legislature stands. Senate wholly Republican House 116 republicans 14 democrats and one District to hear from. The vote cast for the prohibitory amendment to the Constitution was 64,507, against 20,224. The amendment was adopted by a majority of 44,283. A blood in Kirsty wet clip horrible Case of wife murder. New Haven conn., sept is Willfam Johnson coloured fugitive from Justice cams Back to Wain Gidd last night and murdered his wife. A Bonbon s wife and two children have been living at William Smiths near onto town for some time. About Midnight Johnaon broke into the Honse and taking an a he went up stairs where his wife and children were sleeping. Another coloured Man named Jackson was sleeping in the front room. To Edbon first struck Bim and then turned for his wife who started Down stairs. At the Bottom Bate fell and Jobson struck Ber on the head with the fix. Jackson came a Iown stairs and rushed oat of doors and was not seen again Natl this Domink when he returned to the Bohse a horrible looking sight Tho Rig t Side of Bis head was pounded to a Jelly. Smith went Down town to notify the Auto Ritie and while he was gone mrs. Smith Days that Johnson returned and again a track his wife to make sure of killing her. The murderer then escaped. affairs prepared to close the nov Sung River Ai Shanghai. Lok Dok sept. 15.�?advices from China state that the chinese have no intention of blocking nov Sung River upon which Shanghai is situated unless the French make an attack. Hundreds of Stone Laden boats Are in position to be sunk on the approach of the French Fleet. It is believed the Neutral Powers will seriously object to the closing of this River unless a formal declaration of War shall have been previously Shade. Pate Roe the French minister to China is at Shanghai intriguing with the peace party among the chinese. His Hope is. To bring about a revolution at the Palace and the consequent overt brew of the War party. Cold flooded murder. St. Lot i3, sept. 15.�?the Post dispatch St special from Quincy 111., says a coldblooded murder was committed yesterday in the Village of Augusta Twenty five Miles from Quincy. Three Brothers named James William and Samuel Holden quarrelled six years ago with an unknown Man who was killed outright in the affray. Which Oce of the Brothers struck the fatal blow is not known but a deadly feud has lasted Ever since Between James and Williatt. Yesterday the difference culminated in a fierce Battle Quot for life Between the two. A citizen named Finly interfered whereupon James deliberately raised a revolver and shot him dead. The murderer then fled. William Holden was arrested and is in jail. Holden s family has a bad reputation. The murdered Man was highly respected. Frig fitful inundation reported. San Francisco sept. 15.�?the ban Pablo arrived last evening bringing Hong Kong dates of August 14, and Yokohama dates to August 30. Information has reached Canton of a frightful inundation in Kiang Sai province. The news is dated from King Tak the chief Center of pottery manufacture and one of the greatest markets of the Empire. The floods lasted four Days the entire country was submerged to the depth of sixty feet and whole towns were swept away. It is believed that fully 70,000 persons perished. It was feared pestilence would follow. Cholera has broken out at Amoy but the number of deaths is not Given. Sporting news. Death of colonel w. Kisey a mystery. Special to the Bentzel Lebanon ind., sept. 10.�?colonel William c. Kise died at his Home in this City at 5 o clock this morning aged sixty nine years. Colonel Kise was a native of Kentucky. He removed to Indianapolis with his father Elisha Kise in 1821, and in the following year to the Eastern part of Hendricks county where he was brought up and married. He enlisted in the mexican War As a private and after a year s service he was commissioned As a second lieutenant of the fifth regiment under colonel James h. Lane. He came to Boone county in 1848, and in 1850 was elected clerk serving two term. Within seven Days after the attack of fort Sumter in 1861, he raised a company of Young men in this county and went into Camp at Indianapolis his company of which he was elected capt a a became a part of the tenth Indiana volunteers. When the regiment was reorganized for the three years service be waa Booen lieutenant colonel and was soon promoted to the Jay Eye see at Kalamazoo. , sept. 13.�?the Day turned out a bad one for the attempt of Jay Eye see to lower the record and resulted in a temporary injury to the horse necessitating the cancelling of succeed ing engagements. The afternoon was cold and raw with a Strong wind. The plan was to Trot two slow heats to warm him up and then one fast one but after the first warming heat he had a nervous chill owing to which he was brought out to Complete the mile As soon As possible in order not to disappoint the expectations of the spectators. He made the first Quarter in 0.34, half in 1 08, three quarters in j 44. Milello 2 20j. I. Case is Here in person and orders subsequent engagements cancelled As a matter of prudence Tho horse being ill. Of Dallas made two beats in 2 and 2 19 _ shooting on a train. Jackson miss., sept. 14.�?last night Quot Sonny Quot Smith and Bob Marlow under the in Flat ence of whisky entered the North bound train from new Orleans for Crystal Springs and abused the passengers and flourished pistols and were finally ejected from the ladies car. In the smoking car after abusing a number of passengers they encountered l. H. Bell a guard in charge of convicts. Marlow urged by Smith commenced firing Marlow fired five shots and Bell four. Conductor Moshane received two shots. Bell waa slightly wounded and Marlow it a thought fatally. Suicide. Statesville n. C., sept. 15.�?george Latham editor of the Statesville american suicide saturday morning. Latham joined the Republican party two years ago and was then repudiated by his family

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