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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 16, 1883, Cincinnati, Ohio 41 a a a in it number 136. Cincinnati monday april 16, 1883 Price two cents. The general Assembly masons whip hot adj Ovah a text thit Bedat. Off Bill whoa c my Clfo it h iii by a mma17 by comply Ltd pm Perl Jasn Huid tit Tatum coi.ini�r8, 0-, april 15.�?a Birds i Eye flew the work to be performed by the a Slature before the time specified for a djo emment a ext thursday Jerould seem to indicate that an adjournment at that Date would be almost impossible yet the member affirm they will wind up affairs at that time though to Maceoin Plush it they will have to indulge in the pastime night see amp ious and work until Midnight wednesday evening in tier to give tie a irks an Opportunity to Clear up their work. The adjournment will take place at noon. The Scott tax Bill will occupy at least Xie Day the Senate a time and possibly the discussion Over its merits will occupy a longer time. Its author claims its it As age by just the requisite majority�?1? votes and others say that it will be Loat by just one vote�?16 to 17, the opponents the Mausure St firm that the eleven democrats in the Senate joined by Republic Ati senators Kinney Pond. Are that a decision the amendment Case Wil 1 be Given at in Buque when the court convenes next tuesday. Tie probabilities Are that the court will real form its former decision and give its reas a is quite extensively in answer to the argument counsel for the amendment As to the jurisdiction the court. Tie Only plausible ground which the court can do this seems to be that the question having been Raisel is to the Validity the amendment there must be Power vested somewhere to decide and reasonably and according to the principles our government it with the supreme court. That it will not do for that court to seek to evade by refusing to act by dismissing the Case. The court will thus avoid responsibility by holding the legislature wholly responsible for 1 condition affairs. Tie present a terrible visitation. 8mal.l, artek01d fees in Texas with a Ofle thud. Bettl two a fam burled beneath the Maas. A new Oil Field. At Aix Lindlauf Chapman and Palmer will Shelve the Bill forever and do pave . Scott the Only Solace his last legislative Days. The general impression among the republicans however is that the Bill will pass. The Cochran tobacco Bill is also liable to he taken from the Tablet it at any time and if it is will be the cause much turmoil. Should those who refrained from voting before and who Are said to be favo ably diffs a come out in its favor the Bill win become a Law and the labors . Cochran and St. Gerban be not in vain. The Veitsel Street Railroad Bill will also Lecei e a great Deal attention in the upper House with tie chances being about even Between passage and defeat the received in the House Bow Ever give it a prestige that will carry it throw iii. The $850,000 Cincinnati sewer Bill which went through the House at a night session without a murmur is now in the Senate and will not probably meet with much opposition though senator Dexter is reported to look upon it with Disfavour. The Yeatman $6,000,000 water works project passed the Senate and comes up for Early consideration in the House with the tendencies indicating defeat though it will doubtless cup considerable time. Strange Rye a Aew canal Bill which has been the topic almost constant discus Aion is now the Only Thorn in the Side the average member he House. The Lud cations Are that it will not meet with nearly the general favor expected. A representative who is generally fair All questions after studying the Bill carefully expressed tie opinion that there was not much Prospect its passage. That whatever the merits the Bill might be and the honesty purpose in a reselling it As a final solution part Tom canal question the Mem 1 Era were Airaid it and did not care to locate it. The skirts the legislature had already b a bedraggled with canal filth and the Belt railway schemes and they were is be Eiguy shaky since the scandal last Winter in Han Liim the subject in any ape whatever. Thus a Good measure it be throttled by its ask i citations. There Are still an immense number local to dispose but they Are the order hat can be und off at night sessions without tie intelligent representative having even a suspicion what they refer to and voting a a yes because it is a local Bill and Courtesy to his Friend from county. From the number important a vol table find the in Brieant Canon City Colorado. Can a cite col., april 15.�?a Coal Oil vein has been tapped Here. Several samples from the Well have been exp ibo toil and Penive to be the Best Quality lubricating Oil which is More valuable than the Ordinary refined Oil. The Only thing which remains to be test cil is the Quantity. No continuous pumping Lins yet been done. All the Oil Wlinich has been taken out so far has been brought up by the Sand pump. The Well a Only reached the second strata Oil bearing Sand and it is being sunk to the i Laird where it is month gently Exi it acted by the experts directing the a Large body Oil will to struck. The Well has been sunk through Over 1,000 feet shale Rock and has just readied a Point whore the shale is porous and Honey combed. The experts who a re sinking the Well say they never with so Large a but a y shale Over Ojon Pennsylvania this is regarded As indicating a Lai volume Oil when the proper depth has been reached. Oil a similar Quality Baa been discovered i in shallow test Wells about eight Miles North the present test Well and about ten Miles South it. This indicates an area about Twenty Miles Square known Oil bearing ground. The Well is sunk the Lobach farm Loti cd about six Miles from bore the Arken Saa River. There is Groat excitement the the Community and speculation in the Oil Region already runs High. The land office has been overrun the i it ast week with applicants for u 11 taken lands and every vacant lot has already been taken. The Etui it the discovery property in this Section can Hanley be overestimated should the further developments Bear out the expectations already formed. Bills to be disposed to Petler with the Small business to be in tried off it can be a Joam a it out. A addition Mil doubts As to the possibility adjournment thursday non Are suggested by the clerks tie House and Senate. Incr Totore the a Ourn rants have generally occurred , at noon which have allowed them to Complete their enrolment Bills Saturn night sunday and monday morning tie say Liat if the adjournment occurs thus Dav. At 12 clock noon there can be very Little business done for a Day preceding. Or. Thor fac says tonight that nothing but matters requiring very 1 title enrolment need be done after noon wednesday and that if necessary the clock be stopped at 12 thursday and the work continued up to 12 Midnight and the Jont Resolution still continue in cute without the difference being apparent the journal. It is probable however that an Effort will be made to postpone adjournment until monday in order to carry some the important local measures indicated above. Strong complaints Are coining in from the Toledo and Sandusky against the Carlisle Bill which has Passiel both houses and allows fishermen East Cleveland to fish for ten Days longer Thau those doing bu.sine�3 West that place. Ali one doing business West Cleveland and in a to me Inland Waters the state ate compelled to desist after the 1st june each year while those East Are allowed to continue business until the 10th june. It seems to apply especially to the Island fisheries which Supply Dayton. A Milton Central and Southern Ohio and nearly All Points South and Southwest and to create a special aed exclusive Market for the limited Cleveland fisheries for ten Days later in each year. Tie Toledo Bee. To Spet King it editorially says the act is an outrage pure and simple with int any just regard for the rights a Large class it oar i Titena and one the important Iunus Triet this Section the state. Here Are the a sen engaged in the fishing interest Elong the a Mace rive who have been preparing through the cold disagree Tilc weather the w to two a months Day and night. They have invested Ihler Little capital in seines and other fish foot Worth tax., april 15.�?a i Patch from Avil Lianis ranch says that at about 2 clock this Inonu iii a great meteor fell in the outskirts the town killing several head cattle and destroying the dwelling House Martinez Garcia a mexican her Daniali who wit i his family consisting a wife and five children Are buried beneath the ruins. In its de seen i the meteor resembled a massive Ball fire and the shot k was similar to that an earthquake. It is still hot Ami steaming. It is embedded in the Earth probably 100 feet and towers above the surface about seventy feet and will cover about one acre ground. The concussion was terrific nearly every window to town being shattered. People were hurled violently from their Beds and goods in tiie store houses wore thrown from the shelves. No lives were lost As far As known except the mexican Herdsman Anddris family although several buildings fell to the ground. Tie cattle tied in terror in every direction. The air was fillet with a Sulpi Turous Gas. The wildest confusion prevailed As it was a Long time before anybody could even con Jet no what it was. This is the largest meteor that has Ever fallen and it Lias already been visited by Many people and pickets near the scene the strike reported a that stationary pickets at shops where a strike is in Progress is now unlawful. Telling a it Truman Liat then is a strike at the place is not unlawful but if the picket advises the Workingman seeking enilo Ymell not to work in that particular shop it is intimidation and As such is a violation the Law. The Amlice have no special instruction in re re to strikes. The general instructions to protect life and pro Yerty hold Good in All eases where life and Proi it erty arc endangered. And your committee conclude that is working men a lives do not amount to much and they have no property they Neil no Protection from the it was resolved to have . Walling a definition tested by an Appeal to the Law. A frightful blow a kidnapper caught. A father who stole uis child from her divorced Mother. Mexico mo., april 14.�?detective a. C. Burdick the Central station Chicago arrived in this City in search a couple who Are travelling together As Ami wife and who had in their xxi session a Bright eyed Little girl Aix years the daughter tie but who was stolen by her Tatlier from her Mother w to some time and secured a divorce from her husband at Ifica Tonica 111., their former Home. The detective has followed the couple through several Stales following them once to Chicago where they gave him the slip next hearing their whereabouts at Brunswick to. On going to that Foint he Learned just a Little too late that the Iva ties whom he wanted had flown. He then came Here found the individuals he sought registered As and wife and daughter at the Ringo House Burdick at once applied to judge b. M. Ii wards for an order giving him child which was Poe session the granted and the detective in company with Bis charge departed tonight for the Home the Little ones Mother much elated at the Success his capture. The Little girl danced with Delight at tha Proa team her a Rop tems for whom smokes red to Hare Goat aversion. Tie registered at the Ringo House under the name s. M. Frazier but the will doubtless continue to attract Groat attention for months to come. It has occasioned great excitement not Only Here but All Over the surrounding country. Metropolitan mention. �?�130,000 fire. No Vav York april 15.�?shortly before noon Tucklay the store no. 18.3 Broadway occupied by e. Remington sous manufacturers and dealers in arms and ammunition was discovered to be fire. In the cellar where the fire started were stored about thirty tons rubber and its burning caused a vast volume dense suffocating smoke in which none could Long breathe. The building is five stories High. The other tenants the building were the Hail Safe and company and the Brad Street con win which uses the second floor As cortices for the commercial Agency. The fire was most fierce. The firemen were not anxious to approach the Broadway front the building account the nature the goods Storell in the Remington a and their fears were Well founded for there were several Small explosions resembling the rattling discharge musketry. Beyond the demolition the heavy White windows however no damage was done. The loss is the greatest so far this year aggregating Over $130,. The Hall hide and in cd come any will lose about $20,ixj0 covered by insurance. E. Remington a 8ons will lose Al it out $50,000 also insured. The company will about $4t ,000 fully insured. They had a ome seven presses and the lamp St one is a Complete wreck. The Remington atari cuu ural company will lose $20,000 insured. Burna Llou sex Neil frnces Demoll Ahad and i4ptf>ral persons injured in a Nebraska a Torii. City nkb., april 1.5, a fearful wind storm passed through the Southern a portion this county doing damage that will figure up into the thousands. Kinis and Crimea were blown do houses unit Hafed and live std a killed and injured. The Hodwi James Warrell was corp Letey demolished and the family bruised. Or. Worrell is internally injured and his recovery is doubtful. Miss Alice Smock a , half an Arm broken. At Auburn the damage was Large. The Grain elevator was blown Down and kindling Wood made out the Burlington amp Missouri Windmill. The lumber Yard lost considerable lumber As the wind carried the boards a Lon distance. For a mile along the Railroad the Telegraph poles were pulled out the ground. A number stores had win Dows blown out and a Ltd is raised. A Chicago under take. Some startling statements As to How be do Hose Ltd his pauper dead. Chicago april 1.5.�?francis Chaffee proprietor an extensive undertaking establishment sailed for Bermuda to lice a Ontois since and left j. E. Williams in Clarge. Yesterday the most shocking revelations came to Light concerning tie ten Al disposing the Paumier dead. Moffith eighty five pauper were delivered to Liim and he can Only show seven burial orders. It is allege in that Williams sold tie seventy eight bodies to the medical i Olleges for $3,5o0. Yesterday he sent the headless trunk a Roan killed the Railroad in a barrel for burial in the potters Field and has frequently placed one two children a corpses in tiie coffins with adults. Under a contract with the county Chaffee has been in Aid for All pauper dead turned Over to him. The county commissioners will investigate the scandalous transactions which it is alleged have been carried for Many months. Equal to Eli. Detective says that is Only one his v aliases Ancl that his real name is Frank French formerly a photographer Pica Tonida. National capital notes. citation Dat. Washing Toni april 15. coloured people will celebrate the Twenty first anniversary the emancipation slaves in the District Columbia tomorrow. Mind Steb a Orbr s House. Postmaster general Gresham will take minister Fosters hot use when the latter leaves for Spain next month. Lawrence a a Boom. The incipient bo5ra for judge Lawrence for governor Ohio is being met already by dark hints that an investigation his department will disclose great irregularities for which he is res >o�i8�ble. Copper. New York april 15. police made themselves conspicuous today. Daniel Fitzpatrick the first precinct was found Early this morning in a Down town Saloon which he had forcibly entered. In i pockets were eighty five very Fine cigars and the bar in front him were three Champagne bottles which he had emptied. He was drunk and is now awaiting trial. A policeman John Norton Long Island City Biassed the night in thee in Sabih Street station As a prisoner for felonious assault committed Isaac Louis a Slu a dealer 30 Baxter Street. Louis said Ilia Norton Achi an outlier had anti Mil his store to buy a a Xii shoes. He Showell them a pair for which $2 50 was demanded. Norton Ofle Reti $1 for the shoes. Louis got and ordered him to leave the place. Irmis claimed that then the policeman Drew a loaded revolver and pointed it at his head. The policeman told to the ii Thev have rented Tuiel grounds Nave hired tier men and thus far a Cunt the in blockade and protractor Winter a ctn with ill tuck in their Eai Cli and just 04 the beginning the season when there is same pc ii pet being rerun ended Lor Thelt Lav our Siegi Sutlive Wise acres who Are sup posed to enact taws tor the Benefit and not for the Triton Centof the people inner pop a their edict and enact this a Tinl foolish Atid damaging iii Law. I received the just Condeta nation and Lodigi station our people and Stamps our Law Bike in As a lot Imbi Lea. Wholly ignorant the real eff a their action maliciously Blini to the needs Ditlea one our prime in ins Rte a the Wallace License Bill which has passed tie House makes general the pro vision Many features the Russell Benae Bir and will probably be inc Oruo Rietl with it in the Senate. It provides i r special taxation without naming the a am for the use Public streets grounds by Telegraph Telephone and electric companies Plum Liers and a t jitters the placing projecting signs nil f >.-ters, junk dealers second hand stores Otel runners the keeping Small pleasure boats for hire tugboats movers buildings shooting galleries the use Tjie Public streets by private vehicles Public Halls used for concerts balls parties exhibitions and fairs intelligence and a employ rent offices billiard Pool and bag a Telle tables and any other tables kept for Bire profit and not prohibited by Law and uset for playing games Bowling alleys rest aunts ice Cream saloons ii nor dealers boarding Sale stables for horses other animals dancing Riding a fouls the use the Public streets and grounds for uie depositing building material keeping dogs the storage Petroleum any its products astrologers clairvoyants Fortune tellers Seera Midi Sims vehicles for hire soap factories Candle factories Raan Ucac Ture fertilizers rolling Mills furnaces and All other Iron manufactures acid restoring works manufacture acids in Denny establishments and All other chemical works. It is expected that the Scott tax Bill will be reported Back by the Senate judiciary committee tomorrow morning. A new company for Brown Bonnell a co. Yocky town 0., april 15.�?a proposition was circulated Texias from . Daniel Eels in behalf the Cleveland stockholders Brown Bonnell amp co., involved by the Ayer failure in clinic ago. It represents $5cu,000 the capital Stock and has been signed by a majority the creditors Here. It is proposed to form a new com Pany with $100,000 capital the new Cor by nation to assume the past indebtedness own Bonnell amp co., paying 100 cents the Dollar in four years with 6 per cent interest the organization to he perfected before a pc Meier 1. This will keep the entire Mill Liere in operation employing 2,000 men and new life will be Given interests. The judge this morning that he had been dragged into the shoe store and that when he refused to make a Purchase he was assaulted by Louis and his companions. He was discharged. Complaint was made at the Central office against Roundsman Brady the Mulberry Street squad for conduct unbecoming an officer. James said that Between 11 and 12 clock last Migit he was standing at tie Corner Mott and Brot it me Start ets in conversation with his w Ife. Tiie Roundsman came along and without the slightest provocation clubbed him the heat shoulders and arms. Brady was drunk. The Case will come up for trial before the commission amp i next week. A physic land a disappearance. Havana iii., april 15.�? . John Reese a prominent physician Havana left Home last sunday foot and alone. He was seen at Lewiston sunday night and said that he would go to Peoria and return by boat the next morning but up to this time no one knows his whereabouts. He was not in debt and left his furniture horses about $3,000 in accounts and even his surgical instruments with his wife. A great mining suit decided. Salt Lake Utah april 15. great mining suit involving the title to the immense Iron deposits Iron county Utah which has been in litigation for some years Between Hon. A. G. Campbell who contested the Delegate election with Cannon and Bishop Thomas Taylor is decided in favor Campbell by the second District court. The mines Are very valuable. In Clde a retired journalist. Amp a. Jouis april 15.�?bernard Rosenstiel a German and an sex journalist was found dead in his bed this morning. An investigation showed that he had committed sni vide by swallowing a dose arsenic. He att Emited suicide about a year ago when arrested for misappropriating Money collected special tax Bills. Rosenstiel was forty five years old and unmarried. Salcido from disappointed affections. Brooklyn n. Y., april 17.�?a servant girl in the employ mrs. Edmund , 214 Harrison Street committed suicide yesterday account a disappointment in love. She had been receiving to e attentions Itous Hennian residing in new York but suspecting that he was keeping company with another girl she went Over to his boarding House. Upon opening his trunk she found letters to him from the other Eirl and became very despondent tie next Day she received the following letter from her Lover a new York april 14.�?jdeur lattice i just find out that you had a hand in my trunk. I can see for myself that you went through my pockets. I find that very wrong. Most probably Yon Piid what you were looking for but you can not exit it me to place any More Confidence in you. Therefore i would advise you not to enter my room again in my absence. Furthermore i can not it jul you sunday. Remain Well and Happy and forget the one you love. Will \f#rk/4�s�r 4stx\ see you next monday. A a loud. When she received the above letter she took oxalic acid and died in two hours. Tia Iowa Amand cat. Drs moist ia., apr 15. judges pc the supreme court have been Here Dur fag the week a moulting the state Law i i Crary Anth Orilea and the indications land leagues at Rochester. Rochester n. Y., april 15.�?patrick Egan treasurer the Irish land league John Devoy and James Mooney president the american league addressed a Large meeting irishmen Here today. They refuted the charge that the land league advocated assassination advised harmonious work and predicted the Freedom Ireland. Pity he in t an orphan. A Orrville april 15.�?a nine year old son Robert Collins was found dead drunk in the Road in few Albany ind., this morning. His father gave him the liquor. Baseball at St. Louis. St. Louis mo., april 15. St. Louis club Defeated the fort Wayne Here today by a score thirteen to five. The weather was Lovely and 6,500 persons witnessed the game. Wanted at Hamilton New York april 15.�?alois Eschbach who is under indictment at Hamilton 0. For receiving stolen goods was a prisoner today at police Headquarters. He was arrested yesterday at Trenton n. J., by a detective from Hamilton Eschbach was engaged in business at Trenton As a Butcher. The detective said that the prisoner is a Well known cattle thief. He was arrested in december last and was released bail. Immediately afterwards he left the state and when his Case was called for trial he did not put in an a Spearance his bail was forfeited. The get actives traced him to Trenton. He will Start with them for Hamilton tuesday. A Peculiar funeral. A Flaim called upon to b18b and Damn his Slater. A blah la connected brother and sister go to Ali eur brother s grave in i Clit lard 0 april 15.�?a special Rora Erie pa., says Alary Jane and Samuel Young had a hearing before recorder Vin the charge wilfully murdering Ralph Young their brother who they allege took his own life. The brother and sister were arrested suspicion after swearing they knew nothing the missing revolver Trio pocket Bouk the deceased containing $3fx>, the woman was detected in the act concealing a weapon under the Beij and the pocket Book which had belonged to the dead was found Laid in the Pillow. After these discoveries the defend hate still main turned their innocence and denied knowing that the weapon and Wallet were concealed. At the hearing Mary broke Down and confessed to hiding the pistol where it was found. Her pleaded that the revolver was Sicri ted to hide the cause death sudding being considered disgraceful by them. In the Light these developments the Coroner committed both to stand trial for murder. The Youngs came from a Good family landed Gentry in Ireland. One Uncle is Queens Counselor and engaged for the Crown in the prosecution the Cavendish a murderers and another is a prominent divine in county Down. The family is protestant and hold considerable property deeded to the family by the Prince Orange. Since to licit arrival in this country Ralph Mary and Samuel have lived by themselves in a proud Isola Teil Way refusing All offers Friendship and neighbourly acquaintance considering themselves socially adj Perior to the citizens Eric. At there Uncial the deceased the defendant created quite a scene. The interment took place at dusk secretly to avoid a crowd. The Only mourners were the two defendants in custody and the Only spectators wore two policemen a magistrate and the undertaker. Fri Araquel wanted to make a speech Over the grave and called upon the dead to Rise up to save Damn him. Mary wont into hysterics and but for the clutch the officer would have fallen into the one morning and starting for Chican. Tie excitement the occasion Tippet his mind and he was insane while at Chicago but ids wife finally got him Home. As the train was leaving St. Paul for Moorehead Finkle jumped off leaving his Bride to g alone. He wandered about until he reached Ali Neapolis and was arrested for a tramp but friends recognized him and Pletl him in confinement until he was removed to a forehead. In his delirium the demented shows the greatest antipathy toward his wife who is a very estimable lady. Foreign affairs. The Dublin trials. Dublin april 15, Mother Peter Tynan the who has been identified As a number one a and for whom search is now being made declared to a reporter inlay that Slie believed it was True that her son was the Superior officer the in Vinci los. Although True Bills have been returned against eleven the prisoners charged with the Phoenix Park murders it is believed that Only seven will be tried a capital charge. It is said that Delaney and Mccaffrey will plead guilty. Peter Carey will Denise Aion Duy that he was sworn in is an invincible by his brother. Kelly will be tried after Curley after the Van list had Lxi a rendered against Joe Brady Friday the Foreman the jury found a letter at Home making a frenzied for the return a verdict not guilty and wanting him that otherwise he would surely be killed. The Boom for Gresham. The p08tmasteb general Flea bad with it. Not Bat All same he is Harrison s most Vorn Ilamo Oppon Oaits Trio con a Matos for Pool for. Special Crompond Meef Tok Taei. Washington april 14.�?judge Gresham is not at All pleased with the efforts Over zealous friends to Start a presidential Boom for him. The fact that he left a life office am s reason for being worried Over tha can his name for the presidential i nomination is Brause he fears it is too soon to talk about his being a candidate let him remember our Baro inv a career Andi Dif Swiss his fears. If it is because he does not want the nomination he has it in Bis Power to make Ben Harrison who does want ittle a happiest in the United states by saying up. Of All the Candi Dafes for the speaker ship the next House air. Carlisle is the Only one who is making no Effort to secure tha place. Randall if Here Springer is Here and Holman have John been Here and Blackburn has friends Here who Are Tom i noting his air. Carlisle Alona 1 keeps aloof from tie cesspool political intrigue. His bearing since the adjourn to take the postmaster general a portfolio a a ent Congress has been As modest and emperor William s message. Berlin apr 15.�?it is reported that the Liberal members the Reici Stag pro a cml a to present an a Idress in reply to the end Wrork a Mesk age which was Vernl in the Reich Stag Friday. The Liberal journals Are dissatisfied with the message to Weir criticisms Are directed Aga iut Prince Bismarck and not the emperor. The Zeitung says the is a Clever expedient to effect a dissolution the Reich slag which will now be made tie ground non acquiescence in the Mes aage. The Panama canal. Madrid april 15.-Lln the Senate today the Marquis de la Vega do Armijo minister foreign affairs declared that his note to tiie Washington Govan Imant condemning the application the Monroe doctrine naturally led Many his friends and All his enemies to suppose he intended by that act to notify All concerned that he had entered the Active Field politics with the Porphee reaching the top round the ladder if possible. The envious within his own party Are especially nervous and speculative in their attempt to fathom his motives and it is tie worlds dignified As it was when he led his party the Fiji Iron the House. It is certain that he Wil never be speaker if the goal can Only Reachell by the Randall tactics bargain and Sale. This difference Between the two men is amt who Chi distinguishes the politician from the statesman. Randall has been a member a Congress fur Many years during four which he had a majority at his Back. What legislation in the interests the Jie Ople stands secret that every prominent Republican a a cry it died to let in i know a it one. Tha from Indiana now in office regards Gresham a appointment As a personal menace. John c. New who might have fared better than he has if he had summoned up the courage to decline any other recognition a a Indiana a services in 1880�?� than a seat in the Cabinet has been holding to a place that is practically nothing More than a clerkship and therefore exceedingly distasteful to him until the president grew into the belief that he would not take serious offence at the promotion an in Klanian Over his head. Or new exclaims with bitterness against the president s bad Faith in violating the Promise made him when he acc Tea Liis present position that he should have a seat at the executive Council Board when a vac Ancy occurred. But he should have known that in accept reduction appropriate Knis for the several departments at a time Waco tbs was overflowing with Money is sold to have been his achievement and it is Yapott that achievement Zajonc apparently Tinat his friends rest his claims to the speaker ship butted Ucma Irp Proi striations did not reduce taxation Ami therefore was an evil rather than a lion edit for by so muck As the were reamed was Tea hoarding Money in the Treasury increased. If the taxes Are to remain tha same River and Harbor Bills any other legislation that provides for putting tha hoarded Money the people into circulation makes it the easier to nay taxes and to that extent is benefaction. But when did Randall vote for reduced taxation when did be Ever fail to respond to the demands the bloated Xianu factores to continue the gov emment subsidy indirectly paid them under Tia specious form Protection to american ing a Suwon linage s place after he had so a <�ngres8 he con limited a Cabinet portfolio he created the 5 a voted with pig Iron Kelly to the Panama canal and recommending the neutralization tie canal under joint american and euro Kian Protection had received the warm assent several euro can Powers. Yawning grave. Uhe Queen s knee. London april 15. court circular save that the Ipi Ecna a doctor saw her majesty saturday and dressed the knee a the condition the joint is Ucli improved and the Queen will ultimately regain the full Power the limb but some time must a Larisc before she will be Able to Alk stand for any length time with qut injuring the joint. A monster a Tona Dancla n. To Hof Al keeper gives Ell Perkins a drubbing and locks him up. , n. Y., april 15.�?Eli per Kins the Well known Ioc Turer and Newit Piper writer had a to time it Here. To arrived in the afternoon stopped at the hotel . Backer president the Village Council took supper and used a Numi write in and left at Nind Nigist. Proprietor charged Liim $.3. Refused to hut $1 6d, and the proprietor locked him in and badly mauled him. The proprietors wife and daughter appeared the Daeneen doa Bobine. The for nor i. Ier husband to a let up a bring to Wiy $2 the Bill. The husband swore at her and ered her to bed. Porkins being locked in the room had to the $3 lose the train. He will bring suit for damages. The people Tona Vanda Are greatly indignant at the treatment accorded to Eli. The Voltl taut. Clarence b. Harp be. It. Vernon o., april 15.�?clarence i. Ria per son Hon. Lecky Harper the it. Vernon Banner died this morning at 335, Pleura pneumonia after an illness two weeks. Air. Harper was born at Pittsburgh july 11, 1853, was a prominent Mason and a very estimable Young Nian and his Early demise iii lie sincerely mourned by a Large Circle relatives and friends. Till inter Ocean to publish Skilton. Sunday Chicago april 16. publishers the into Ocean announce that a sunday Issue will be commenced next sunday. They a Sabbath Sheet several years ago but lost Money the scheme. tie proprietors submitted the question to a vote its subscribers whether a sunday paper should be Issue in. The sunday school folks Jiae cd the ballots rather mails with bogus letters and postal cards from All parts tiie country stating objections to tie proc Wilion and voting against the desecration the sabbat i hence tie sunday paper did not appear. Now it is alleged that William. Penn Nixon the manager desires to disgust Young j. C. Griggs jr., who has obtained Possession considerable Stock in the paper and threatens to seize the management. Griggs is a sunday school Young and this sunday Issue will break his heart. Witrod Clia Lenges Steele. Milwaukee april 15.�?John Ward the pugilist who accepted the Challenge Frank Steele Waukesha to fight any in Wisconsin for $1,000, professor Donaldson preferred says he will place $100 forfeit if Steele will give the slightest expression Earnest to a fight for $6 .i0 a Uoo and let Steele name the Day. Ward accepted Steele so Defi a As professor Donaldson was out the City at the time it appeared and now wishes to carry it out having a ski articular lunging to meet the Waukesha in a Twenty four foot ring with either gloves Bare Knuckles. A be Salt Anai Vassar. New York april 15.�?at St. Francis Xavier a Church today was celebrated the 250th anniversary the founding the province Maryland by the jesuits and the feast the patronage St. Joseph at 10 so clock a solemn nigh mass was celebrated by archbishop Corregan. The mass was rendered by a Large choir with Organ and orchestral accompaniment. The Church was filled to its utmost capacity full 3,000 people being present. Many Jesuit Mobers from All parts the country were in attendance. The Sermon was preached by the very Rev. Robert Fulton provincial the order. �?�30,000 fire at Menominee wis. Menominee wis., april 16.�?knapp Stout amp Mammoth warehouse and its contents were burned yesterday. Tie fire originated in the basement and made such rapid headway that Only a Small skirt Ion the Stock could be saved and that in a damaged coalition. The loss will reach $30,000, wit i insurance $23,000, placed As follows Home $5,000 Aetna $5.000 German american $5,000 North British and ale Cantile $5,000 Connecticut $3,000. Time was to Diamond it wis better match How the abolition the tax int eyes Grill make several millionaires. Cleveland Ohio april 15.�?gentlemen connected with the Diamond match a company one tie greatest Monot Vilics in the country imparted startling information to your correspondent today. When the Tariff Bill was in fore Congress air. Swift the president and . C. Barber vice president the Diamond Latch com i it any. Appeared before the committees and Workett the lobbies to have the tax matches retained. At thought this action the condition the com any who had driven All the Small manufacturers out business by combining All Flie Large match factories in this country and Canada. Now it appears that the action was taken with Hopes that the opposition would Ca Sethe match tax to be abolish Eil instead continued. The Diamond match company rate immense factories at Akron o., Winington del., Chicago and other Points in United states and Canada. At the Akron factory alone the company turned out in the month March Gross matches a Gross being 141 Box which retail at eight cents Cuico. This is the greatest amount Ever turned out by this factory in the same Jeriod. The profits heretofore at the Akron factory have been about $300,<<00 a it year. When the stamp tax is abolished the company will put m i it pocket As a Clear profit a 44 Eracli Gross which heretofore w ent for Stan is. This will make an extra profit $.i2,080 a month the enormous sum ,0<j0 extra profit in one . This Lefor the Akron factory Only the other factories having the same nearly the same Caj Lacity. According to those figures the men who form the Diamond Alathe coup Ziy will All be millionaires at the end off uie next twelve months. They do not anticipate that the retail Price matches will be reduced for year at least and do not miss Van Zandt in a new opera. Paris april 13. Oigt Cra ,�?� composed expressly for Fiss Marie Van Zai Uit was performed for the first time sat inlay night. Miss Van Zandt achieved splendid Success. Dynamite Laden. Stondon april 15. observer says that an English with a Large cargo dynamite Lia a sailed from Antwerp for i Glaird and that the police Are cognizant her movements. Lome in Lack. London april 16. Post this Ina says it hears that the Marquis Lajunie will probably succeed the Marquis Dijion As Viceroy and governor general India. Of care if the biggest kind a reduction comes after that time As All immediately concerned in the company will have become independently Rich and will be ready to retire from business. The Diamond Latch company Lias proved itself one the greatest monopolies the age. For years they delighted in paying tie stamp tax and secured scams to immense amounts from the Goveri Yuent at a Dis i out and drove out All the Small manufacturers the american continent. The company is com no de vow it Wilmington id 0. C. Murber Akron F. Hopkins St. Loais afo. A Robinson Akron 0,. And half a dozen others in the Eastern states. Angeii tools the eloquent. Rene is his prose poem at the funeral John g. Mills journal test and free thinker. M Ashington apr 15.�?funeral services were held Here today Oyer the Mains John g. Al ills a paper writer formerly port Jervis n. He had been in life a free thinker and the services held to Day at which Many prominent Public men present were in Accord with the opinions he had entertained and consisted Nui Sical selections and an address by go Loncle vol a it g. Ingersoll. The follow iii Are extracts from his address a a sin we Are face to face with the great mys Lery hat shrouds the world. To question hot there is no reply Routou the wide waste Seua there drifts no bar. Over the desert death the Sphinx gazes forever hut never a Peak. In the very life another heart has ceased to beat. Night has fallen upon ii you hut he lived he loved and was loved. Wife and children pressed la sea his lips tins is enough. The longest life contains no troit. This fills the vase Joy. He was not a his Uii Rastian. In me is Dan Nisho there did not crawl and Coil the Serpent eternal pain. In Many languages be sought the thought men and for Hiu Iseli he solved the problem i the world. What can we say Dath where they have gone reason can not go and thence revelation has not come. But let us believe that Over the Codle nature bends and smiles Aud lovingly above the dead in heed Leniun holds her outstretched Tonta to command the comma Andery. Chicago april 15.�?a great Huila Bullook is being created in Apollo command cry knights Templar the richest command cry in the world by reason the attempt Norman t. Cassette to run us affairs. Gassette was offended at the 8an Francisco commander and tried to induce the Chicago knights to go a tour to Europe instead attending the triennial conclave at san Francisco and Many knights Are indignant at Bis action. Pollee prot action for workingmen. New York april 16.�?at the meeting the Central labor Union today a committee which Hod been appointed to tee superintendent police Walling in ref a rence to the striking workmen to aligning a. Women bobbed. Quincy iii., april 15.�?about 11 clock saturday night while mrs. Wright wife a w. Wright was sitting at Home alone a entered the House placed a revolver to her head told her if she made a noise he would shoot her and then demanded her Money. She be him the keys to the drawer. The robber secured $190 chm but left valuable papers. Fatal boiler Fez Plosta. North , pa., april 15.�?a terrible boiler explosion took place at Marks Mill last evening. The boiler blew up and Statt Rcd the Large Mill and All working in it. The Engineer James Pierce and air Marks one the owners were blown Twenty Yards away and Are mortally injured. The Mili is a Complete wreck the loss is estimated at $11,000 All insured. It was a woman. Cra Cago april 15.�?Fred. Atkinson and de. Fanfoni both coloured at Midnight became involved in a quarrel Over a pretty wench when Atkinson stabbed Sanford in the breast killing him. The murderer was arrested and locked up. A Bieh but demented bridegroom St. Paul minn., april 15.�?two weeks since in. Q. Finkle a merchant Moore head minn., Worth $300,000, surprised his a ple by marrying a school teaches Early burned to death. To an Iowa three Boa Ruem cremated hotel fire. Albion ia., april 15. Atlantic House this City a Story and a half Structure was by inked at about 4 clock this Nioni Irig. Or. Items proprietor was Adly Burn Cal while making his Oscai get from the building. The remains three his a boarders we. Megill liar les Quinlan Aud Carl Speigle were found in the ruins. Spring seeding in Minnesota. St. Paul april 15.�?but for the severe Snow storm tue Atlay last spoiling would be pretty Well toward completion in Minnesota and As it is there has been con Sid Enible ground sown in various localities u southwestern Minnesota and Southern Dakota seeding will probably be finished this week. In the real River Valley seeding is in Active Progress. The season is fully thirty Days earlier than last year with All the Snow gone and the red River showing no signs very High water. This jibes with the reports the lumbermen who claim that they will not have water enough to get their logs to Market the Farmers believe they will have a big crop As the signs were never Betten for it. Illinois miners threaten to strike. Braidwood iii., april 15.�?six Hundred miners assembled in mass meeting to discuss the proposition the Coal companies to reduce the Price mining five cents it ton for the year con mencing 1st. T was unanimously resolved to reject the proposition and to quit the last the Mouth if a reduction was made. About 5,000 men Are Jinp Loyceil the Field. Wife murder and suicide. Chicago 111., april 15.�?roman nor Oak a German Cabinet maker went to the residence his diet Sci a wife today and upon admittance being refuse d him he pulled a revolver and shut through the widow killing the woman. He then killed himself with the same weapon. A a Wisconsin town slip faults. Treasurer de Cheboygan wis., april 15. A Edwin Smith treasurer the township Monroe this county is a defaulter to the amount $800. He went to California. The Money belonged to the township. Officers Are his track. Bishop twist dying. Pittsburg ii pa., april 15.�?right Rev. John this re Bishop the Pittsburgh diocese the roman Catholic Church was stricken with paralysis Yeste Nlay. He is unconscious and is not expected to live Over nighty the foot ctr new Fisk Law. From the Sandusky Register. The Dayton journal is up in arms against the new hah Law printed in the Register Yeste Nlay. The Law prohibits fishing a Quot a crept Titita Hook and line from the 1st Day june to the 1st Day october each year a in the a Island Waters the state in the Waters Lake Erie East Avon Point from the 10th Day june to the 10th Day october a and declares also a whoever shall at any time the year in Lake Erie in the Vicinity the Isle incl thereof and the Bays tributary thereto upon the Shoals and reefs therein by Means any device whatever fish for catch any fish shall be punished a amp a. The journal Calls attention to the fact that these two sections Are contradictory. It concludes by remarking that if tie latter Section is to be enforced the Island hotels As w Ell keep closed until the fashionable watering season opens and close again at the end the fashionable season. It significantly Otis that it. Pelee Island being beyond the jurisdiction the general Assembly Ohio will become the resort men who Fisli for sport. How fortunate it is that we have Queen victorians dominions to fall Back to is Cavic the Folly the general Assembly Ohio. More White fish pumped a from the Sandusky Register. Superintendent Douglass the state fish hatchery Here and Nis assistants went Over toward Kelley a Island again yesterday morning the tug Robertson with another lot 6,000,000 Young White fish which they deposited in the Lake off the East end that Island. They expect weather permitting to make Toree More trips to the Island Region today taking Over Pooh to me about Young fish. Impression in the mind the president that he is a cheap politician and will meekly eat his Leek while another Tiuli Anian is enjoying the coveted pudding. The situation in Wlinich . New now Fin cts tui self a real estate brokers sign i once saw nailed to a Fence. It bore this legend a this property for Sale Price $5,000. N. B. Would take $4,500.�?� if . New lieu he came out the victorious Campaign 1880 with colors flying had simply sent in his card to the White House with the endorsement a wanted a Cabinet office a and had refused to daily with anything Short that there is Little doubt Liat be would now be the representative from Indiana in the Cabinet. But in a weak moment he allowed himself to be persuaded to take a lesser Reward for his eminent services and there is nothing left for him to do now but his present position anime it Ligate in retirement Over the vanity political ambition course he can not remain where he is a Day longer than the proprieties the situation admit. Having failed by permitting himself to be rated cheap he can not retire leaving the impression that he is piqued. He will doubtless take a reasonable time to let the world Ivan and step Down and out when Public attention is directed to some fresher instance the uncertainty Hii affairs As illustrated by the caprices and brio Faith the president. Senator Harrison is hardly les concerned and chagrined Over Green am a advancement. He Bias been jealous Gresham for Twenty years and the same be said every other Republican a a Leader that has flourished in Indiana during that time with the single exception Morton. Indeed the latter was not altogether free from anxiety born the belief that if anybody was destined to snatch the Leader ship from him Gresham was the . He did not relish the rapid advancement the Hatteras Soldier and there is reason to believe is responsible for the failure Gresham to get a full major general a Cora Missimi instead a Brevet it is certain that the relations these two distinguished Indian ans were not Colial after the cessation hostilities and that Morton a greatest Zeal in Gresham a behalf was displayed in urging his nomination to a position that removed him permanently from political life. After Morton a death Ben Harrison reluctantly accepted by Indiana republicans As their Leader. A Laie majority preferred Gresham but he was not then ready to leave the Bench hoping in All pro Hubli Ity to be advanced in the line his profession a career much More congenial to his tastes Tolian that a politician. But at last he determined to quit the Bench and go to the bar and had made arrangements to enter into partnership with Mcdonald amp a Butler in the practice the Law the 1st when he was summoned to Washington. It has transpired that neither new nor Harrison were consulted by the president and that it was Only to rough the delicacy Gresham that Harrison made him acquainted with the presidents decision. Hon. John w. Foster minister to Spain happening to be at Tea White House the Day president Artler determined to appoint Gresham was informed by the president his purpose. Foster immediately telegraphed the news to Gresham who was holding court at Evansville. The latter As promptly wired Foster suggesting that the formal notification his appointment come til rough senator Harrison and the suggestion was acted upon. In this Way the courtesies were not lacerated although it must have been something Akin to self torture when senator Harrison at the request the president informed the one in i Duma whom he dreads More than All others his appointment to a seat at toe advisory Board the chief patronage diff censer the nation. John a new s denial the remark attributed to him hearing the new s a that kills Harrison a presidential Chancy does not alter the truth the observation. It will not be six months before Gresham has the Republican organization Indiana under his control. He is not Only a brains and culture but he has blood in his veins. He is a Manly who believes in fair dealing even in politics. He earned the ill will Dudley because he refused to a Point an army Deputy marshals selected from the ranks the plug Kuglics and to drive democrats from the polls in 1878 and 1880. He is As generous As he a Brave and just As was illustrated in his withdrawal from the senatorial contest at a time when he bad a secure majority Over Harrison in the caucus. Whatever advancement he win in politics will come without resorting to the methods once so disreputable but which fail to invite criticism even now Liat they have become the All but Universal practice politicians. There is nothing the smite the other Creek Goody goodness about his character either. He is not Superior to invoking the Aid a Good robust sonorous a a Damn to accomplish a virtuous purpose. In All the characteristics a to do him up in a line he is everything that Ben Harrison Isnit. W Hether he shall be the Republican candidate for president . Not therefore this very difference Between the two men must naturally array them against each other for the control the party in Indiana and their inevitable Anta in amp a Means that Harrison a presidential prospects Are not at an end. If Gresham s undoubted popularity at Home should result in bringing to Bis Side such Meo As Calkins and Browne Harrison would not be Able to Muster a corporals guard Inigue tial republicans in the state convention that is to name the relates to the National convention and if Indiana names the candidate it will be Gresham there is so much talk this kind Here that be is i have said greatly annoyed. If there is a Chance his nomination he doubtless is influenced by the Parrot like iteration idiotic newspapers that a Boom that is started Soke no before the election is Likely to become a Boomerang and carve the in whose interest it was started into mincemeat. But there is nothing in that tie sooner a Good like Mcdonald Gresham for for instance is placed before Tom country for toe presidency the better. Sam Tilden had this Wise lesson by Pieart and his Bureau was opened and under full headway two years before he was nominated. There Are democrats in Indiana who recall the fact with anything but a glow Pride that he was easily successful. With votes to a pare the fint ballot i judge Gresh Robeson Keifer Page Hub hell Hiscock and the Republican Side the House a general. As speaker he organized Tim committee was s and Means in the interest protected and subsidized monopolies and As speaker he would do the Saida thing again. He knows no Demix Iracy but Pennsylvania democracy and Pennsylvia Nia Derno it racy differs from Only in name. Both parties in that state Are Iron rats and would vote solid against any party candidate that advocated the scaling the Tariff schedule. The que a Tion before the democrats t he next House is not whether a protectionist a Tariff for Revenue shall be elected speaker but whether a protectionist in the person Ham Randall shall be elected dictate who Liall be Cieck Teri by reason a division in the ranks the Tariff for Revenue Mem Cut . Carlisle will undoubtedly secure a larger vote than any his Revenue Tariff competitors but it is beginning to be doubtful if he will have a majority the caucus. Randall and his organs Are endeavouring to frighten the faint hearted into supporting him by declaring that the reopening the Tariff question next Winter will result in the election a Republican president in 1884, and while it is not probable that he will carry a majority with him it is possible that he wih sue need in defeating a Arlisle who a tote advocate a bold and aggressive policy with a half horse half Alligator candidate like Holman we is always ready to by served up raw the altar his country. The talk about Blackburn a possible Success is the Mercira rot. He is Only known in the race As Chris la is Handicap Mtrey a the pity. As to the Oil Jar candidates 8-Pringer thinks he thinks he is the track and coi has announced that he holds the new York delegation in the hollow his hand. The contest Mayd Egei it ate at last into a personal scramble relegating principles and policies to the rear As in former contests and resulting in a popular do inst As mercy that will a Vethe republicans the adva Tafte the people must choose Between two parties without any higher motive than the pos session the offices they will doubtless save trouble and confusion by voting to keep in Power the party that is now in Joving the spoils. It is not Worth while to vote one set men out office just for the Sake voting another set in. Warkick. Butler done to expect it. Being Ira from Massachusetts he he show for the presidency Indiana pub april 15. Ludiana Pou Globe a fortnightly anti monopoly paper has received the following letter from nov error Butler Massachusetts Boston ma., poll 5, sirs i have yours the Seth finding u my table my return Home. I Bank you for the very High Boqi aliment you me and the Appicci Tion you express for my Public Aeu. A this it doubly grateful to me. As it Cones from my old comrades and is concurred in by one who fought against us. 1 think a Little examination political history will convince you that. If your Fiat Terng Esat Nuite my love country and is Rvl Ces in Ita behalf already done and which i might possibly do be Correct Lay nomination would be far beyond the Bouttis Postai Billiy if within the limits postal ullity. For till try years both political parties have looked fur their candidate a to four Pivotal states new York Illinois Pennsylvania and Obloy and it has been utterly useless for any in any other state to expect a nomination however much he might strive for it. A Good illustration this a seen m the Case . Blaine. He hoped that the position the state Maine voting so Early add its election Aavang so great an inn Nence the following Campaign would make that in some sort a Pivotal Stab and that to could be nominated. But you know what happened 8o again in Rei pud to . Sea Dricks your own state. By keeping that state in a position to vote so Early in october and Havivi so Large a influence upon the Cam Paughf his friends seemed to think that he might Hava Hopes the Nond Caiiou from Indiana As a Pivotal state and his Long acquaintance with pub Alfars and services seemed to Point to aim a a Fol person to be nominated but the role applied to him inflexibly living in the state Massachusett a in one Corner the Union 1 have no belief that tha Rule which the Poi Siclana have made for themselves in this Rard during tar amp generation will be set aside la my behalf. Therefore thanking you again for your flattering expression esteem permit me to say that 1 have no sub Cal Hopes ambition in that regard i am very truly your iii end and servant Benj. F. Brusa. Chicago bricklayers strike. Chicago april 15. A the bricklayer if strike is creating havoc in toe building department amt the decrease in building permits is noticeable. Yesterday there was it one Issue. Trades unionists. Meeting Ike Parade and entertain Petit Comal Teea. The entertainment association the coat bind trades unions met at arbiter Hall yesterday w Ith Thomas Fallon in the chair. Angust Steiner John Tertz and Joseph arts were admitted As delegates from the tanners and Cirii Etsu Union. We. 8. Krona Ige Fred. A augsburger and George Flesey were ski fitted , a Al i air to . It mrs Alai Wiiala from Wood Cir verse Alao elation. Lemr Garro and John Butten from parlor Frame makers were admitted. Comm uni cations were received from variola Points stating that Vej Recursions would be organized to participate in the picnic. Communications were received Oer Liying As to who were Union men and scabs among the musicians Ciftci Nduati. Of motion . To Penn Thompstn s band was requested to to present at the next i needing the entertainment association. The Parade committee reported the following line March which was adopted the line will form court Street West court to Freeman South to seventh East to Central Avenue South to fourth Eart to Vine Street North Vine Street w Inwood Park. The Secretary the Yanule committee was instructed to invite every Kaiou in Cincinnati to Partick Palo in the Parade. Re Celpa $40 sex sense., Iso. The meeting adjourned until Baa a 6 Labok troubles. Threatened strike the watchers. The Butchen sire the Vaqie striking Fot an inc tease wage. The Toen have be ii i ceiling from $7 to $11 per week working from sixteen to eighteen Home a much Day. At a meeting held yesterday they appointed a committee to Watt upon the Bosses and demand that the working hours be limited to ton each Day that the be increased and regulated by the hour to Keg the present wages a Basia ten Heulis per Day As a basis to rate Date future menu. The committee will visit the slaughtering Hoo see today and Detent a is whether a strike shall be ordered

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