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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 24, 1884, Indianapolis, Indiana Yol. Xxx Quot no. 31.Indianapolis, wednesday september 21, 1884 whole no. I Oil. A Zokoe it. Jones Clias to an t la ,c"5t-la.> ? r be signs i Aud ret Lares to la a it Butler mover Lieut a , a Eti sued 1 a defeat Cleveland and elect Elaine. Spe Ial to the Hon and n. Y., sept. 2v.�?ifc is reported to at . George 0. Jones Lias resigned from tie can Irani amp ship the state committee i the Greenf cafe labor party at its meeting held m this City last stturdtiy., because he is a iced that the pretence to build up permanent Quot people s party Quot is a fraud that i the Solc object the work now being done is to mislead the honest Greenback is anti monopolist workingmen and the j Lisa noted democrats into a trap to defeat . I Cleveland and give the state to Blaine at i the coming election and thereby perpetuate e party in Power which has brought Down the Price labor lower than Ever before i renown in this country. After this the Eie rents in accomplishing these ends Are to to turned Over into the democratic party under a Leader who Hopes hereafter to control its nominations. Or. Jones declares that if this course is permitted to go it will min and destroy the Greenback party because its leaders will show themselves to be too unsophisticated to understand too easily bought up to withstand the deep Laid plans the scheming men and the great monies interest which they must resist if their principles Are Ever to be carried out. Or. Jones wag called at Bis House to Day. He declined to be interviewed but said he would go to new York to ight to prepare a genuine Greenback by a tin to those with whom he was Long Oli Icmiley associated As hundreds them had already written to complaining that no such literature has yet reached them from any Headquarters during this Campaign. The defection . Jones and following leaves the Btl writes without an organization in any the Rural counties new York state. Rotary Folger Lead both recommend its reduction and despite Republican congresses there had been scarcely any re dts action. He considered �100,000.000 too Large a sum to be collected annually above necessary expenses. He spoke the reforms proposed by the democracy and read extracts these Points from their platform a reduction the surplus must be made. Taxes must be collected for Public purposes Only and a reduction the Tari must also be made. The highest tax must be placed luxuries and the lowest necessaries. He said the democrats would like to see the books. He then referred to the alleged Breech Between the republicans and germans and affirmed it to be account the former s position prohibition. They expected to make up with the Irish what they lost in the germans but they would not. The former were ready to Trust the democrats for another term. It is said Blaine would make a dashing president. 1 Don t think he will but i think Cleveland will dash wherever the Law and Che Conati tuition Calls . Henry m. Stanle earthquake. Various farts the country Are visited by an earthquake a Liili Shook up things pretty Lively causing much alarm among the citizens. \ clearances. Tjie state Trade for the past week with the percentages increase Aud lie crease. Boston sept. 22.�?from the Post the following table compiled from special dispatches to the Post from the Man aiders leading Clearing houses in the United 8tat�h, gives the clearances for the week ended september 20, together with the percentage increase and decrease compared a with the corresponding week Isis new York. Boston. Chicago. By. Louis. San Francisco. Bill timbre. Cincinnati. Provini Lenic. Louisville. Detroit. Milwaukee. Kans is City. Cleveland. Bartford. Indianapolis. Columbus. Peoria. New Haven. Port ind. Worcester. . Memphis. By Joseph. Lowell. ? outs he Nev York. 4 1 m 12. 11 9, 1 ,070,0 k 828,37810.9- n ,951,7ig ,100,000 ,110,-j0 j .592,1011 ,171,195 ,0s2,9c11 ,485, iss a to lol �s75, 101 ,0jj,927 901,071 797,707 6 its �9 is Vii 39,5 50 �?�109,834 dec. Dec.12,9 dec.15.5 dec.17 3 uc.0.� dee.2due. 2.8 Iii. I .5 dec.19 1 dec. .s7 do Quot. 3.8 Ine.5>.2 dec. 3.1 Doc. .s.8 dee.22.4 Ine. 1.3 dec.12,1 Doc.11.9 Doe. 1.5 dec. 2 3 dec .22 3 dec.12.3 Ine. 8.9 dee.18.1 062,779. 1.7,s dec.2ti.2 173,709, t58 deo.11.g a coloured brother gone wrong. Special to the Sentinel. , ind., sept. 22.�?Rev. James Linsey coloured was arrested in greens arg Laet night and lodged in jail Here in a charge burglary. A few weeks ago some one during the night entered the Large dry goo is store Reeve \ Burt this City and carried a lot Silks and other dress goods. In a Short time the wife Linsey had some the silk made into a new dress by a fashionable dressmaker this City and the Novelty the attire attracted considerable attention. Messes. Reeve it Bart recognized the goods and Learned that Linaje had gone to Greensburg to preach at the Camp meeting whereupon marshal Vance proceeded to Greensburg with above results. Linsey says the goods were Given by a stranger but the Antiquity this Story makes comment unnecessary. It look a Little bad for at present. Quot the Repult cans will probably lose vote and the Blaine and Logan club has lost a valuable member who we Are informed occupied the position Caplain. Linsey is Only a local preacher but he makes a Good chaplain for the Blaine and Logan club. Delivers an address upon t in Congo country. Lion sept. Is a Henry m. Stanley the african explorer delivered an address today before a Large meeting influential citizens at canal Street hotel upon the Congo country its history development and commercial prospects and Progress. The address was received with prolonged applause. Stanley said in 1s72 he wrote a letter from Fleet Street to a Friend at Banano a Point the Congo pointing out to the ways in which he Stanley proposed to open up the Congo country to the world. In .1s74 and 1s7�o he explored a Broad natural Highway from the i West coast Africa. He found a race 01 natives who were willing i to Trade with merchants who dealt a fairly a bases blood and brotherhood. I Vav Hen he returned to Europe he found 1 several schemes under consideration for exp poring the District a that the african association proved to be the most i useful. Stanley Pool was gained by treaties made with the natives who ceded to the african association the sovereignty the j land and the association thereupon entered j Titpon its peaceful . After entering into Possession the Assoc a i Tion invited the nations the world to come j and Trade irrespective All nationalities. Applause returning to Stanley Falls he Stanley found an Anglo portuguese treaty had been concluded and the Portugues said Quot no we will not allow this. We founded Congo and to maintain our superiority we must obtain a Lien Apon All goods imported from the goods said Stanley were beads wire Etc. To this the association replied they had spent nearly half a million pounds in stir Ling upon the Basin the Congo and wished to extend further their communication along the Basin. Whatever concessions privileges immunity the association possesses they wished to give away for the Benefit Bona Lide travellers. The missionaries and agriculturists the association demand i portuguese that he Stanley be allowed to travel from England to Stanley Falla without any further trouble expense than the regular passage Money. The association also protested against the right the portuguese tax. I portuguese tax them for giving ave a Money freely to the Phila trophic work. Stanley continuing sketched the history the Congo River from the discovery its Mouth by the portuguese navigator Diego Caufour 100 years ago to the time the expulsion the portuguese by the natives in 1<30. In Isis , the Livingston search i expedition passed through san Salvador at the Mouth the Congo River. Five years later Stanley started and he had himself arrived there. The protestant missions afterwards formed an English Baptist society and succeeded in establishing a Mission near the ruins the old Catholic Mission House. There was no historical evidence the Banks the Congo River to prove the portuguese Ever possessed any political establishment there whatever. Stanley said further that there is not one single proof that the portuguese Ever erected any fort government building office upon the Congo River. Dutch English and French merchants made that River a commercial Mart. Cin Virmati Cleveland Darrolt Lumbus and various minor towns experience shocks. East Square. Several a Redions the country up by an Earth quake. Is Lions partisan to Stoiche and Hendricks club sleeting. Special to the Sentinel. Nouth Bexon ind., sept. 22.�?the Post office at this place is used As a rendezvous Tor political purposes by the g. O. The postmaster being a Clever artist keeps conspicuously displayed a blackboard embellished wit political cartoons Butler and the democratic party thereby flinging in the faces those who belong to these parties an insult. If a to offices Are to be conducted this plan it is time that something done. Democrats and Green backers have the same privileges at a Post office that the Republican party has. The g. O. P., not having the moral courage to meet their opponents face to face embellish a Board with their ideas the Campaign and then skulk behind the Board for Protection. Hod. Webster Dixon Columbus ind., made a rattling speech to the Cleveland and Hendricks club at this plaice saturday night. The Hall was crowded. Or. Dixon is a Fine orator. He completely Deli polished the Jle publican platform and showed up. Budne s Quot Mulligan the club is in Good trim and getting accessions at every meeting. The 3�zokosim� Kloj Emont. Hon. T. A. Hon Dicks. attends the fair at Peoria. 111., and addresses the people. Peoria hi., sept. 17.�?Hon. Thomas a. Osen Dricks arrived Here at noon to Day. Hay Kkt been detained several hours by a a Sci Dent near Farmer City. This afternoon he mde r Brief address at the fair grounds and this evening he and Carter Harrison spoke at the wigwam. There was Ftp treet Parade participated in by 8 0 Loeo. Or. Hendricks being introduced a fleeced with applause. He commenced by Tilie Date chosen Aud How it happened to be the ninety Neveath anniversary the adoption the Constitution the United states. He thought they were appropriately celebrating the occasion. He a pc a to is glorious nation and the right and Power Congress to Levy and collect taxes for the administration the government. They should Levy Only so much As was required to right Sously administer affairs. He then Meerten that there should be a change in the administration because the be publicans had bft4 it for Twenty Iive years and that was la tilk a non ghz he next took no the subject the burp los in the Treasury and fold How president Arthur and Sec sad a cult the escapade miss Moro Sll. New Yoi a sept. 20.�?a chapter a decidedly sensational character was yesterday added to the Morosini elopement matter and one which gives the Romance something a tragic tinge a Quot onside Erable gossip and speculation has been indulged in As to the disappearance the family from Yonkers but nothing definite was known until it was Learned yesterday that tuesday last mrs. Morosini Mother Victoria the Coachman s Bride sailed for Europe. Coupled with this bit information the Story has leaked out and become open secret that the night fou owing the elopement a physician was hurriedly summoned to the mansion to attend the old lady and found her suffering from a dose laudanum. It was a close Call but the play Solan s skill finally triumphed and she was saved from death. She was carefully watch ii but the watchers were not vigilant enough to prevent her taking the drug two bul sequent occasions in both which instances like the first she was dragged Back from the very Brink the grave. Since the romantic marriage Victoria the Mother has been much distressed and at times acted in a very Peculiar manner. She has had constant guard Over her Day and night As it was feared she might do herself violence. Her present mental state and the situation in which the family is now placed induced the husband to makeup mind to Send the remainder family a tour to Europe and they Lefcion tuesday As stated above. This was done to remove her from the exciting surroundings amp and get her away from the old Home. Mrs. Schelling says that if her father does not relent within a week she will accept the offer made her by pool6 amp Gilmore lessees Niblo s Garden to sing in concert for Twenty nights at s500 per night. She declares she will not abandon her husband under any circumstances. It is believed mrs. Schelling 8 intention going upon the stage is induced by her realization her husband s inability to support her. Schelling Drew s700 from Bank yesterday All the Money he has and with Traia sum the couple have commenced housekeeping for the Winter in a Fiat in web twelfth Stree. At Knightstown. Special to the Sentinel. Knuit town ind., sept. A. Well de fined Shock earthquake was experienced in this City and Vicinity at 2 1.3 clock this afternoon. The Shock though Light was sufi Clenty pronounced to cause people to leave their place abode and seek safety in the streets. Buildings were perceptibly rocked and there was a general rattling chandeliers Glass and China Ware. The movements lasted but a few seconds and seemed to be from East Southeast toward the West. At i Climond Indiana. Special to the Sentinel. Richmond ind., sept. a perceptible Shock earthquake passed Over this City Thig afternoon about 2 30 clock which was Felt Over the entire City. Many were startled at the trembling and rocking the business blocks but it lasted for a few seconds Only when the inhabitants i quieted Down. At Winchester Indiana. Special to the Sentinel. Wigt i i Sti a ind., sept. Shock an earthquake was Felt Here at 30 clock this afternoon. Windows and residences were badly shaken up. At Cincinnati. To the associated press. i sept. 19.�?a few minutes before clock this afternoon a Telegraph operator at the Bee line depot in Cincinnati received dispatches from operators All along that Railroad from Cincinnati to Lafayette ind., inquiring if an earthquake Shock had been Felt in Cincinnati and stating that it had been perceptible at the office from which the inquiries were sent. About 3 clock Cincinnati time the operator perceived a slight tremor in the building. The same thing was noticed in various offices in the City but it was not attributed to an earthquake until the telegraphic dispatches from the West came in. It was quite different in some the suburbs the City. In Clifton the agitation was so violent As to ring Bells to tables and in some instances the doors. In Cumminsville a Northern Ward Cincin Siti the tremor was Felt so distinctly As to cause quite an alarm not Only in the Public schools where pupils were with difficulty kept in their Yeats but at i Fliorent houses. In the Mornington school House in the northeastern part the City an agitation was Felt which was recognized at once by the teachers As that an earthquake. Here too it required All the authority the teachers to avoid a panic. The Shock was so slight in the business portion Cincinnati As not to be noticed by a majority the citizens. In Covington ky., Worthington s residence fourth Street was so violently shaken that Little daughter lying sick in bed dec Learned with terror saying some one was moving the bed. The assistant observer at the United states signal station was Reading the then Ometer for several minutes Between 2 30 and clock and Maya he noticed no agitation the Mercury the building at that any other time during the afternoon. The time the earthquake As reported by those who noticed it varies from 2 30 to a Tew minutes past 3, and a duration the Shock from ten to Twenty seconds. Messages from Indiana report that the Shock was Felt at Seymour a Little before 3 clock and that it was also Felt who great severity in Lawrenceburg ind. About the same time. In the latter town the Shock was so violent As to be recognized by every one As that an earthquake. The tremor where it was not severe resembled that caused by a heavily loaded Wagon driving along the Street a Railroad train Rushing by. The indications Are that the wave passed from Southwest to Northeast. Nied with a rumbling noise and is All the talk the town. At Bluffton it was plainly Felt. It Shook the houses miking the windows and doors rattle. Tie people were badly frightened and the sound was like Distant Thunder. At Arcadia there was the same experience. Jie ports from Indiana towns Are at Portland a slight Shock. At Redkey thee was a slight Shock. Several business men ran into the Street to see if the buildings were falling and to ascertain the cause and there was great excitement for a few minutes. At Albany it Shook Large Brick buildings so that the inhabitants thought they were going to Hill. At Beaver dam there was a very severe Shock and everything was considerably shaken up. There was great excitement. No damage except to glassware and Kindred articles. James w. Newman judge Emil Rothe Hon. James e. Campbell Hon. John f. Follett sex governor Bishop Hon. Sam f. Hunt Hon. Joseph Nichols state auditor Rice Indiana and Hon. Allen Andrews made eloquent and effective speeches from the other platforms. The speakers All said that it was one the most overwhelming political demonstration they had Ever seen expected to see in the future. To Ray and Calkins. Full text the correspondence relative to the joint discussions. An i1�tsh Katok at Toledo Ohio. J , sept. Quot a report i from various i Points in Tilis Vicinity Shor the Shock earthquake which occurred this afternoon to have been quite general the Oug Hont Northwestern Ohio and Southern Mic High. The duration the Shock was ton to thirty Sec i ones and the course apparently from the Southwest to the Northeast. It was most violent at Defiance o., where the swaying f the buildings created much consternation. People hastily abandoned Timeir houses and the methodist conference in session at one the churches immediately adjourned to the Street. The meeting the ladies missionary society in Progress at that Lime was also quickly dismissed. The Glass was broken in a number the buildings but no serious damage was done. At Cecil 0., goods in stores were thrown a Tom the shelves and Passen ers at the rank Road Siat Ign ran out thinking a train Lia it i struck the building. At Napoleon Fostoria Clyde Bryan. Archibald and intermediate Points the Shock was distinctly Felt rattling the windows and crockery but As far As reported doing no material damage. In this City the Large occupied by the Milburn Wagon company was perceptibly shaken the employees supposing it to have been caused by the moving machinery. The noise was similar to that produced by a Distant explosion. It is said to have been heard in some parts a Bis City while in other portions the Shock was unnoticed. At Detroit my Clingan. Pkg Koit sept. Shocka were Felt Here at 2 13 this afternoon. It did no Damalfi but frightened Many persons in some places. Particularly in High buildings was the Shock More noticeable than in others. All along Griswold Street the Shock was Felt very distinctly men immediately rushed for the Street looking about anxiously As if expecting the buildings �0 fall them. The Shock lasted from ten to Twenty seconds and it was the swaying motion that rattled the windows and Shook the chandeliers. Boat ii Plains say there was a noticeable Rise m the River at the same time. At the Telephone office no Shock was Felt while in Tho same building just across the Hall it was very perceptible. Employees at the Whitney Organ building swear Tizie building vibrated at Iea at fourteen inches. In the Western Union office the floor seemed to heave and the operators Leit their instruments and men in the lower part the building made for the streets. In the chamber Commerce building the Shock was Feit the lower floor. The Shock passed leaving All in a i mental condition. At Ann Arbor. Mich at 2 30 p. M., a Shock was Felt. It was Quie severe and was Felt All Over the town. It lasted about thirty seconds. At port Huron a slight Hock was Felt. It caused no alarm and it was thought to have been an explosion. At Ypsilanti there was a Strong Shock. It lasted about ten seconds. The people ran for the streets. Makes a most dismal l a Luve at Terry Hauter a Quot talking special to the Sentinel. Teri a , ind., sept. 2h�?eev. G. Pepper advertised As the great Irsh orator spoke at the Republican wigwam ast night end although every Effort was made to drum no a crowd with the Aid a band and the turning out the escorts tha wigwam held the smallest audience the season. A special Effort was made to attract the Irish voters to the speaking but for some reason other the great outpouring that was expected failed to appear and those voters who were present were life Long republicans this City who have not now and never have had any sympathy interest in common with that class. Rev. Pepper had a cold and voice sounded like a Caliope with occasional variations. He was introduced to the audience by an irishman who has been a Republican All life and who now holds a position a Republican county pay Iqbal Jay. Pepper charged All the ills that have happened from the deluge Down to the present time to the evil inhu<3nce the democratic party and sought to prove it by an abusive Trade against England Avery thing English and dudes. The reverend gentleman was especially severe the dudes. He said he was proud to belong to a party that had Given such a Man As u. A Grant to the country and said he was proud also to say that he had never voted a democratic ticket in life. In View the fact that Rev. Pepper s Mission Here was to prove that Blaine was the great Only and original Friend the Irish and to convert democratic voters this Quot conservative Quot admission partisanship hardly had the tendency Neutral a ins any democrats that May have been Presenti Rev. Or Pepper was wrought up to such an intense 5tate enthusiasm that he magnified the Republican majority in Maine from 15.111 to 20,000, a thing a truly Good Christian Oug t not to do. Rev. Or. Pepper s objections to governor Cleveland he enumerated under the following formidable Heads in he was a Bache Lor. 2 he was a Democrat. Quot it lie was sub ported by the Republican dudes. After he had spoken about an hour voice gave out i and Geerge w. Hippie the Quot talking Black i Smith Quot was introduced and succeeded in making the crowd grow painfully less every i minute he spoke. Or. Hippie was not Long i deck but he betrayed the Quality mind and completely disgusted Heaters i by a vulgar Ami insulting remark about the j Halpin scandal which he thought perhaps i would raise a laugh but which creditable As i it is to the republicans did t. If he had i talked half an hour longer there is no telling i what he would have done. Some the i republicans believe that Rev. Or. Pepper is an emissary in the Camp and in the pay i the democratic National committee. Pie i is certainly doing All he can to a arrant that belief and if let alone will carry the state j by a Large majority for Cleveland. The Eifort the method list divine from the North i Ireland in this City was the Saddest kind i a failure. Fatai. Conflict dates. The democratic state Central committee me wednesday and was i session in the after noon and until a late hour in the oven aug. There was a full attendance members All the districts being represented and reports were made concerning the condition the Campaign in the several congressional districts the state. The summing up shows thorough organization the party in All sections the state there being no factions factional fights and each member the party working to the end that a state and National Victory May be assured in november. The greatest Confidence in this result animates the party not Only in its leadership but in its rank and file. Chairman Henderson reported that he had been unable to get a conference either with . New with major Calkins relative to additional joint discussions and the correspondence this subject which we publish below was submitted for the consideration the committee. Dates and places were then fixed for colonel Gray s appointments for the remainder the Campaign and this course closes any additional joint discussions Between the gubernatorial nominees in Diana .t?, july 11, 18s4. Hon. Isaac p. Gray Union City ind. she i have the Honor to reque3t a meet i ing with you at an Early Day to arrange i series 1 joint discussions throughout the Stata at such i places and such terms As May be agreed upon bet Veen us. An Early answer will Olipe i very truly j u. . Places trere Igrec l and finally settled upon As Points for joint appointments and discussions Viz fort Wayne Lafayette Greensburg and to Are haute Aud in accordance with their agreement by , i Snail cause to be published this Day the time such a follows i Oit Wayne. Tuesday october 7, 2 p. I fifa Yette wednesday october 8, 2 p. Gre Elisburg Thuis Dav october a 2 p. Terry haute Friday october 10, 2 a m. I am requested by . Grav to represent in making such additional joint appointments spoken in to licit correspondence As you and i May afire upon. As it is important for the making individual appointments that Tho a Ueston joint meeting should be settled at once i would therefore solicit a conference with you this Day Between the hours 2 and 10 p. La. To definitely Settle the matter asking you to name the hour. I am. Respectfully yours . Henderson chairman democratic state comm Ltee. cite ind., july 15, 1s31, Hon. W. H. Calkins Indianapolis ind l an silly yours yesterday requesting meeting to Arrance for a series Joriu Jit hand. It is with pleasure i comply with your re ii est and As soon As convenient with present a Ranji cents will fix a Day for a meeting Armani c the same. Very truly yours i Aalt p. . In sept. 12, 18s-. Hon. Be Henderson i airman democratic state Cental committee Indianapolis ind Dap. Sir yours this Date naming fort Wayne tuesday october 7, at 3 clock . Lafayette wednesday t october 8, at 2 clock a m. , thursday october 9, at 2 clock p. Terre haute Friday october 10, at 2 clock p. M., As places Aud dates for joint debate Between Hon. W. Ii. Calkins and Hon. I p. Gray at hand. These appointments have been agreed upon As 1 , Between these gentlemen. The subject other engagements has not yet been determined Between them and i am not advised whether other debates Are desired if they Are what places and dates have been arranged yours truly John c. New chairman sex. Ini Ian atolls sept. 13, ibis. Hon. Be Henderson chairman democratic state Central committee Indianapolis. Ind Dekau Sii a i am advised by Hon. William h. Calkins that the 6th . He addressed a letter to Hon. Isaac p. Tiray in re Ard to additional joint Beau Een them. Should Iray decline to make further arrange figments directly with . Calkins upon being notified i will be ready to Confer v. Ith you upon the subject with a View to additional appointments. Yours truly Juhn c. Kov chairman Etc. Union cite ind., aug. 11,183-1 Hon. A h. Calkins Indianapolis ind dear in a in our conversation the 30th . Latino Nib in regard to a joint discussion no Dellsite arrangement was made but you set gusted that in Case we held such a discussion four five would be Sut Lucient. The number will suit Nie but think like time and place ought to be tired at once so Tuiai we can make our individual appointment. If you prefer that each shall make i i own Cau rps without a joint discussion it will be to me. If however we Are to have such Dis Cussion i want the and place. Fixed and would song cyst the last week in sept under. An Early answer is desired. Yours truly Isaa p. Gray ininanaroi.i., aug. 13, 1881. Hon. Isaac p. Gray Union City ind. Dear sir your favor the 11 to inst. To . Calkins at hand. He is absent from the City but i will see to Morrow and write Yon then the subject your letter. Very respect fully James h. Tii. , sept. 15, isl. To Hon. John c. New. Chairman Republican Stato committee Indianapolis ind sir your letter the l 3th inst. Received. I i Aston to reply. In my communication the 12th . I stated that colonel Gray had requested me to re pc ent in making such additional joint appointments spoken in their correspondence and i solicited i conference with you to definitely Settle the matter. I am now ready at your convenience major Calkin Sto arrange for additional joint appointments. ones very truly i Henderson chairman democratic state committee. Ulm Ine and Tuk Bonds. He Falsis ies and begs for Quot a a falsehood exposed i rom . Blame s speech speaker Blaine s letter in the douse april 2to Fisher january 20, 1 70. 1s71. Quot i never bad any Quot i have this moment transaction any kind written to . Caldwell with Thomas a. Scot suggesting thar a easel concerning Bonds the can arrange a meeting in Little Kock and fort a this City next week wit i Smith Road the Bonds any other Railroad any business in any Way connected with Railroad directly indirectly immediately Kkt i Sias Xic Ohio Desio Dat desperate fighting. Kii Iglai Pash attacked by the French Chine a Defeated with great loss. Okpok sept. 17.�?a dispatch just received from Foo Aow says that the French Fleet suddenly appeared at the Mouth the River min this morning landed 2,000 marines who proceeded to demolish the fortifications at Klepal pass which bad been repaired since the recent bombardment. The Landing party attacked the chinese Camp. After desperate fighting the chinese were Defeated with great loss. The French were largely out numbered but shells from the ships did such execution that the chinese abandoned the earthworks and fled. It is expected that the French will follow up the Victory and rid the River the chinese. Foo Chow sept 17.�?the chinese have stopped the a applies Coal Tor the British gunboat Merton stationed at Sharp s Peak where the Cable Lande. At Columbus Ohio. Columbus o., sept. 19.�?a Shock earthquake was Felt Here at 2 14 Standard and 2 42 local time swaying objects perceptibly toward the South and Back. There were two vibrations distinctly marked and some report a third More gentle. The two motions occupied about a second each. They were Felt in every part the City and in All surrounding towns fora radius one Hundred Miles. In the High and Large buildings the Shock was the worst. In the upper stories the state House City Hall and asylums the occupants got out As Quick As possible. At the insane Asylum one chandelier was swung so much As to fall and break to pieces. An Arch a Church in the course construction was jarred so that it fell. Pictures and chandeliers swung and desks moved. There was no serious loss to life property. At Cleveland Ohio. Cleveland sept. I a three distinct but i not very heavy shocks earthquake Here at a 2 47 p. The largest buildings rocked i slightly and the motion was Felt the plainest i in the upper stories. Telegraph and other wires quivered so As to attract attention and Many people Felt a sensation dizziness Peculiar to such terrestrial commotions. The vibrations extended Over a period ten to fifteen seconds. Ifo noise was noticed and no damage. This seems to have been near the Eastern Borders the earthquake extending As far As Central Indiana at least Lee Porte were received this evening from Akron Genoa fort recovery Ravenna Sidney Marlon Sandusky Urbanna Kenton Crestline Coldwater and upper Sandusky Ohio. Union City and Muncie ind., Felt the earthquake slightly but Alliance not at All. It was Strong in Bellefontaine. At dust it the Shock was Felt plainly knocking Kery. Vere Shock. Holgate Felt it plainly Stop to do own crockery. At Findlay there was a Selt ping the clocks. At Norwalk there was a Good shake. At Clyde it rattled the windows and scared the women. At ramp son the Shock was plainly Felt. It was Accomma they turn out in Overl Elming to Quot Welcome Ladiana s favorite shiites Luau an unprecedented crowd people Hamilton Kuulei county Ohio. Special to the Sentinel. i to a it sept. I event the Campaign in Butler county is the past. Though much was expected none had hoped for such a grand Success in every Way As has been realized and it May be said that the largest assemblage people that Ever visited our City was upon this occasion. Not less than 10,060 people were present and Many put the estimate much higher. The different townships vied with one another Iti the delegations. Larre wagons draw by eight horses trains wagons drawn by traction engines and All varieties combined to make up the seeming endless throng from the country. Governor Hendricks the orator the Day was the guest James e. Neal esq., and was enthusiastically welcomed by the shouts the thousands who had turned out to Welcome our next vice president. The evening train brought 2,000 men from Cincinnati Middleton and other Points to add to the Large crowd already Here in the torchlight procession. Cords dry Wood were blazing at intervals in the Street japanese lanterns were suspended in profusion and All this with the fireworks and thousands torches produced a grand effect. Judge Thurman introduced governor Hendricks who for an hour and half spoke to All Ltd could get within hear ing distance which was but a Small proportion those present and Many Felt fortunate to get in sight Indiana s distinguished statesman. Governor Hoadly next addressed the people using As text a card vile slander and base lies that the republicans were circulating. As each lie was successfully nailed it was evident to All that this card had been played at the wrong time for political effect. Or. Newman Secretary site and . Follett member con Ress from Cincinnati followed with Short and forcible speeches. During the speaking from the main stand other speeches were made from other stands so All had an Opportunity to hear some Good speaker. Butler county is always to be relied upon and this year a ill Roll no a larger democratic majority than Ever before. Bill Beckett said that he never saw the crowd equated in this City but once and that was in 18gg, when Bemjamin Butler was Here. Sex senator Peter Murphy said it was the largest crowd he Ever saw within the corporate limits the City Hamilton. Pete Schwab said Hamilton had never seen such a Day in its history ind probably never would again. State senator Elliott Eaid that there was not a Man less than 40,000 in the City and that it was a Low estimate. Hon. James e. Campbell pronounced it the greatest political meeting in the history Butler county. Judge Thurman stated that he never saw a larger turnout. At the main stand in the evening judge Thurman still presided. The first speaker was sex state treasurer James b. Ryan Indiana. He was followed by speaker a. D. Marsh the Ohio House representatives. Governor Hoadly was received with great applause and speech was received with cheer after cheer. While these speeches were being made from the grand stand Secretary state failure a shrewd scheme to obtain a pension. Boston sept. 20.�?shrewd attempt to defraud the government out �2,000 000 pension Money he it been frustrated and Iii morning the accused persons were brought before commissioner Hallett and held in is Ogo each for appearance to Morrow. It is one the newest schemes Oliai Nas yet come to Light and but Lor a fatal conflict dates it would h Ive succeeded. Thom i i l. Alston was first lieutenant in the twelfth United states infantry. He a died in january 187s. After i everal delays a pension cer litigate for Over $2,000 was granted april 12,1s78. The question now As to the Rio a a Toul ownership. His wife had died live years v revious and son aged 10, was disqualified account age. Maria Goodall. Who was employed at no 575 main Street Charlestown claimed that some time before her death Alston had made her wife. The woman is negro descent but so nearly White that she would past for a White woman. She could neither read nor write yet she told a plausible Story which was substantiated by others. She said that she and Alston were married in Providence r. 1., and that Alston had Given her the marriage certificate. She could not read it but had shown it to two lady friends who would vouch for its genuineness. I he certificate bad disappeared but the two ladies testified that they had seen it. Colonel Thos. H. Macbride however was not satisfied with the verbal evidence and went to Providence for the documents. There he made the startling discovery that Thomas l. Alston and Maria Goodall had been married March 9, 1871or Over .1 year alter Alston s death. The Goodall woman was confronted with the record the Date and finally confessed that the scheme was a fraud. Thomas Smith Newton was a Sei Jond Cousin to Alton s wife. He told Maria it is alleged that if she could get a marriage certificate and show it to some friends and then lose it she could get the Money. Smith had a wife with h m at Newton yet it is charged that he loaned himself for the occasion and was married to Maria Goodall in Providence he Persona Ting Thomas l. Alston. Neither noticed the discrepancy in the Date. Smith did not live with the woman. Smith and the Goodal woman rather overreached themselves. Had there been no marriage ceremony at All Between the Goodall woman and Alston the fact that they had lived together would have been recognized by the Law As Snell client evidence their being Man and wife and she would live been considered widow. A big failure. Of rind8k5pf Brothers amp co., clothiers new York City let make an As do Ament. New York sept 19.�?Rindskopf Bros it co., clothiers .&Quot>18 Broadway have assigned to Jacob w. Mack. The total amount preferences is about $8sg,871. The total liabilities Are estimated at i 00, 00, with assets $1,100,000. Morris Rindskopf the firm is Well known for charitable bequests to the poor this City. He is treasurer the United hebrew charities and also the hebrew orphan Asylum. Simon Rindskopf if also highly connected and Well known. Raphael Buchman is director the importers and traders National Bank and bears a Good reputation. Assignee Mack 38 Secretary and treasurer the Nathan manufacturing company. Rindskopf Bros it organized in Cincinnati in 1854 and moved to new York in 1866. They were among the largest clothing houses in the country and have never failed to enjoy the highest credit. The firm called its friends for Large sums last week As it bad suffered heavily from the stringent Money Market. They have a Large Branch House in Cincinnati. The has been rated at from $300,000 to $.300.000, with credit very High. Rindskopf Bros. Amp co. Stated that in july last they had a Stock $500,000 and Bills receivable $300,000, making i heir business assets $800,000, against which they owed about $250,000, and borrowed Money $200,-000. The sales the preceding year were $1,000,000. . Polite ind., a. 17,1s51. Hon. Isaac p. Gray Union City ind dear sir your letter the 11th inst was forwarded Tome Here i hasten to reply that lao not admit that i four joint appointments in our Lalk the Ooth ult. That Jii Imbor was tallied about and the whole matter a is left open for Funer , As i underhand it. I Sut Gest Elkhart fort Wayne As the first place meeting then to Vanscort Terre haute and Madison to begin the first tuesday in october and conclude that week. One hour and fifteen minutes a Side the one opening to have ten to conclude but no Point shall be referred to in this conc lesion not covered in opening. Time to be kept by two Mutual friends chosen at the time. Will be glad to hear from you soon. Very truly a. H. Calkins p. So if it should be thought is Strablo we could arrange for further joint discussions during that week. Union City ind., a i 25,18s1. Ilon. W. H. Calkins Indianapolis ind i . Sir�?1 arrived Home saturday evening at 11 clock and hasten to answer yours under Date 17th inst. You suggest Elkhart fort Wayne As the first place Quot meeting then Logansport Terre haute and Madison to begin the first tuesday in october and conclude that week. One hour and fifteen minutes a Side the one opening to have ten minutes to conclude but no Point shall be referred to in conclusion not covered in opening and in reply will say that inasmuch As 1 am under engagement to speak at some the places above mentioned would suggest Roslien Anderson Terre haute and Columbus. Geographically these places Are Verv Well distributed in the state. When you say Quot no Point shall be referred to in conclusion not covered in opening Quot 1 suppose you mean not covered by the discussion. While i would have much preferred the last week in september 1 Atn willing to have our discussion at the time you name the first week in october. One hour and fifteen minutes a Side with ten minutes to close will suit me but i understand the ten minutes shall be considered a part the time allotted to each Side. Please answer at once i am anxious to have Thiis matter arranged. ours truly Isaac Grav. , aug. 25,1881. Hon Isaac p. Gray Union City ind dear sir yours August 25 at hand. I am sorry to say that my present engagements cover some the Points you name. 1 therefore have the Honor to suggest the following places for our joint meetings fort Wayne Lafayette greens burs and Terre haute otherwise i accept the suggestions in your letter above referred to. Very respectfully yours Vav. H. Calkins. Union Chy ind August 29,1884. Hon. W. N. Calkins Indianapolis incl. Dear sir yours under Date Tho 25th inst., suggesting fort Wayne Lafayette Greenaberg and Terre haute As the places at which our joint meetings shall be held at and. I have the Honor to accept the places named at which we shall hold our joint discussions in the order stated upon the terms heretofore agreed and the matter May now be considered As determined and ready for publication appointments. You will please Pardon me however for calling your attention to the fact that to make the above arrangement i have acceded to your suggestions As to time terms and places. Referring to the postscript in your favor the 17th inst it we Are to hold any Lurther joint i discussions i want the time and place fixed not so As to interfere with my individual appointments and i am therefore a willing to hold thirteen joint discussions one in each congressional District provided the arrangement is made at once and am willing the democratic and Republican state ventral committees shall immediately fix the places. Yours truly Isaac p. Gray. Indian a Rolis Sopt 1, 1881. Hon. Isaac p. Gray Union City ind dear sir your letter the 29thult. Is at hand. The arrangement for the four joint appointment. I consider As finally settled. can make publication them through newspapers if you desires notify me and i will. As to the other nine appointments making one Neach congressional District i much prefer that they should be settled Between us without reference to the respective committees. On Telb subject i await further correspondence from Yon. Very respectfully w. H. Calkins. Indiana Pous sept. 15,1881. Hon. W. U. Calkins dear sir in reply to yours the is inst., would say that in As much As i had to agree to the places named by you in order to perfect arrangements for the four joint discussions already fixed have concluded to leave the fixing the places for our additional joint discussions to the Republican and democratic state Central committees and have authorized the democratic state Central committee to act for to in the matter. Yours truly Isaac p. Gray Indianapolis sept. 12, 1884. Hon. John c. New chairman Republican state Central committee. Indianapolis lad dear sir in per stance correspondence Between Hon. W. H. Calkins Republican candidate for governor and Hon. I. Gray democratic candidate for governor in which the following colonel Thomas a Scott to come Here i have some reason for believing that a very advantageous arrangement May be made for taking say s too. Let me have an accurate and reliable statement your financial condition Aud i can do something a i eel very sanguine with Thomas a. i . Fisher s letter no Venber 10, 1871. I Quot taking into account 8100,000 Bonds you sold to Tom dec Ond i also hold exposed. Blaine letter Blaine s letter written october 5,1809, for Fisher to sign. Quot i note what you say Quot the transaction was about the importance perfectly open and my keeping All quiet there was no More Here. I fully appreciate secrecy in regard to it your Wisdom and your than if you had been kindness and shall in buying flour Deavor to do just As you desire in the premises Quot j falsehood exposed. Blaine s letter october a 1869. Quot no one will Ever Blaine s statement in House april 24, 1877. whole connection know from me that i with this Road has been have disposed a sin open As Day. Gle Dollar in Maine. So whenever concealment there need be no mar is desirable avoidance is rash it ment in talking with desirable. Or. asks Risiti a to lie for i a. Fisher to Blaine novem Blaine april Bers 1871. 16, 1876. I have placed you in i want you to Send to positions whereby you a letter such As the in have received very Large closed draft Quot you be sums Money without came the purchaser one Dollar expense to Jabout $30,000 the you and you ought nol Bonds precisely the to Forcet the act my same terms that every part. Of All the parties other buyer received connected with the Little paying for them in in put Ock and fort Smith a stall ments running Over Kail Foad Noone has Xenia considerable period so fortunate As yourself just As others in obtaining Money Outi it. 1 in agony Over doings. Blaine s letter , april 16, 1876. I want you to Send me a letter such As the enclosed draft Quot concealment the investment Blaine s letter Ito Fisher november 16,1871. 1 do not wish to seem importunate and troublesome but if you knew the agonies i have Euf and everything connect-1 feed in this matter Dur de with it would have inc the past six months been very easy had con a you would pity me. I am Cen Lent been Desira sure and make great ble but your action in forts to relieve me. Pray the whole matter was applet me know what i am open and fair As the to expect . I falsehood exposed. Laine before the House Blaine s letter in 1876. April 16, 1876. I am not afraid to regard this letter to show the letters. Thank a strictly confidential. Do god almighty i am not show it to any one. Not ashamed to show Burn this Lei them. Tee. Writes an endorsement himself. I want you to Send me a letter such As the ii closed draft. It will be a favor i shall never forget if you will at once write me the letter and mail the same g. Blaine. Of. Defies the House. I have defied the Power the House to compel me to produce those . G. Blaine. Important Man for Triem. I enclose letter from is an important Man for us to have feel All right toward us and i Only wish that i was so situated that i could help .�?Caldwell . Or. Blaine must now withdraw. This is the third and last Call and can not be evaded. Further continuance part makes the race a procession. The Long missing letters at length appear. Even the White Feather droops to the Earth and the Chilom Knight must be taken from the Globe. Defaulting cashier arrested. Chicago sept. 22.�?benjamin t. O. Hubbard cashier the first i National Bank Monmouth 111., was arrested a warrant issued july 1, charging with being a de falter. His speculations amounted to $36s,-000. He waived examination before commissioner Hoyne this City and was held in $10,000 Bond to appear at the october term court. Bail was furnished. Bound to wed. Marshall tex., sept. 22.�?sallie Knight the sixteen year old girl who eloped last week with Deputy collector Jones who shot and killed himself after arrest a charge abduction was married saturday night to g. A. Puyer Henderson. All the parties were Quot highly

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