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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioNumber 139.Cincinnati, thursday april. 19, 1883. Price two cents. »0 police commission. War amp in Bilu stubbornly Contos Xeda but beaten. H la 48 to 34�?exit t. Camp. 811 a tit it Banuett Tiara a Eatro it Mil Kuld. Of Lamca april following Bills were of had in the Bouse or. Lockers h. that justices of so peace when a Eleud shall make oath in transmit it to the governor. Or. Love s 11. county Surveyor Tom Kean Ink plat of each Survey Aud allow a me them fifty cents for recording the same. By. Maury a h. no Bonds from a Hill Oft cers when acting to the capacity of a Empl Arnaut to cases of Misdemeanour. Or. Cooper a Bouse Bill of or the Levy tie of a tax of of 1-20 of a Mill or the campy Eiloo of Midgely Road in Hamilton county. Or. Robinsons Bouse Bill kj2�?requiring Mutual insurance companies to report Annua by to the a Perlut sudent of insurance. And bring them otherwise under the general insurance or. Reeds Senate Bill increasing the com Fig nation of county commissioners was lost. The Coxa Skatt Pouck Bilu the Cincinnati police Hill came up in the fore Moen. On or. Russell s rising for leave to sub it att a report from a select committee of ten. But fee leave was not Gran Tod. It was attempted Kin. Under a motion to suspend the rules but motion was lost by a vote of 55 to is less fan the requisite two thirds majorly. The text was resumed in the afternoon when the cat Sinnatt Force led by Tom Campbell a a major general and Fred. Steigelman a Geofge coi Alderman Wilson and wharf master Moore As deut counts with the co lord a late amen Geo. Comley Ford 8tith, and will Cut Poland in the rear to hold the horses Rykje Lato the Hall of the House and assumed com a and of the disorganized Republican was ably assisted by general Fred Russov and the work of reorganization was at once a pm fenced. The untrained Belegai if from Hamilton Ooi into and All the fiery Temperance leaders of the House such As Thorpe Jones Lurf give Locke and hat Iun Derea enough oat the Campaign seemed in Hae timely to recognize the Superior ability of the new commander and a occluded to Ober As subordinate officers. Or. A Cmpbell ranged Bis forces admirably. Mussy was sent to the hardheaded republicans who Miaow things of tbs world Aud Don t care a a a for anything except the Good of the party while Tom Campbell went to the softer heeded and More moral and convinced them that the us was wholly in the interest of god morality and Good government. It was s sight for an Arto see the mephisto Phelsn looking tora bring into the ear of the Marguerite Lite a and then skipping Over to the Dulcinea looking Jones of Delaware and the Meek and Humble but sly Hathaway but to the Bat tie. After a number of Senate Messagee had been disposed of or. Half away nut Ved to reconsider me vote by which House Hill lieu the Cincinnati police Bill bad been referred to a select committee of ten. The yeas und Navy were demanded and resumed in a vote of yeas 65, nays 3�. So it was sire d to. Any amount of skirmishing followed to the Founte of which or Thorpe move i that the Biti be to grossed at the clerks desk and read now. This req Ltd a two thirds vote and was lost by a year 00, nays 83, amid c5f�lsider�ble applause 40 the Derno cratic Side. The Reading of the vote we i demanded and it was discovered that or. Gordon was recorded a Aye a although he ipad not been present during the entire Call. Or. Thorpe then moved fur the engrossment of the bid for a third Reading and it was agreed to by 56 to 30. He then moved to have it ordered to a third Reading tomorrow and by to Arlo a Stotla Voto it was ordered. The danger of its failing to pass either the Bouse or Senate at that time was presented to him by the general Iasi to and the Neo culty of having the Bill at once put upon damage so that it might go tonight to the Senate and be finally passed either tonight or tomorrow. Thus the immaculate states Bian from Ashtabula the Succes it or of Garfield and the member who holds up the prohibition party by the tall obeyed the command and had the vote reconsidered. In accordance with Ute same com Mano be moved to have the Hll read the third time now. The a i air ruled that the Bill having been taken from thee Ommittee and the motion to Aoa Pend the Rales and have it read the third time having failed and it Pavlag been reported Hack by the committee As eone etly to groomed. It must take lib Taro pm the Calendar. Or. Thorpe in am amment a where la it Memi Tho chair Flat on its Back consternation on the Republican Side and applause on the fiem Cratie. A motion to atm Petty the Rule to that the Hill might be read now was carried by 64 to is a loss of one vote by tha absence of or. Kahle who had recently left the hair the Prea Aure of the Wehby Bow became at Roag and pushed or. Thorpe Forward with a motion for the Prev Iota a a Eaton. Or. Locke protected and Bald that if the gag Law were applied he vote for the Bill. Or. Thorpe mid that if toe Bill were not potted Dow it might not be passed at All. Thia brought to Hla feet toe sturdy repro a entail be from Coshocton or. Berger who asked if he moved toe previous question be Lauoe the Bill would no to Bear inspect Loo or Dia Enaa Loii. Or. Thorpe attempted feebly to respond when or. Barger again asked a Are you doing this of your own free jul and judge edit or by toe dlr action of Tola Conci Uriati squad on the Ioor of the in Aero or. Thorpe answer. General Devereux sought to be heard in of Baitlon to the Bill. He wanted to denounce the party represent attn in it As a scheme like that of the old Boas Tweed ring which brought in both parties in order to silence them but he was not Hocog nosed. Be demanded to be Beard but waa still ignored. The previous question waa then put and to fth and Palm of Ever one present Foat by the Citra Ordinary vote of 14 year to 48 nays. It waa a Start King and staggering rep Ulm and toe general commanding withdrew into the lobby tor comm Talon before again suck a on their obedient forces in the legislature 17107 retired Yeroos the Street with the intention of trying it Ign at toe Ball and Basket throwing night Aee Only debate Over the Hill occurred at the by get Medon and that waa obtained on a vote to reconsider. General Devereax opened with a Strong argument in oppo Eltion to toe policy of legislating away the duties of a legally elected Libeer in violation of Souclat Choice. He de Bonnord it a an outrage non toe people of the look after the Tistler of private 1 improvement a. Or. Poor a House Bill for the Compie Tiou of Wayne Avenue. Or. Coopers House Bill for the construction of Coniel and Cooper avenues. Or. Warren s House Bill authorizing the Purchase of a lot upon which to erect a morgue in Clma Init to. Or. Ellsworth s House Bill authorizing the City of Iron ton to borrow Money for Seli ool Bouse purposes. Or. 8w�yne�?Ts substitute for or. Brooks House Bill providing for the erection of an additional insane Asylum. Or. Lowa ii. Justice of the peace to make month of office in writing. Or. Belles h. the use of toe state House and grounds to the executive Cost Netlee of attic cd Soldi eix Aud sailors Asauo Sutlon of Franklin Courly. Or. Conrad s appropriations for the supreme court commission. Or. Bix Idy s h. trustees of to provide sea Kuzt Dan it a from sink holes fissure or Breaks in Earth or Rock la their rep Ellve townships. Indianapolis. Affairs at Washington the against architect Hill. Be investigating commission opens its proceedings a Kellogg and Brady indicted. Or. Barger followed Mylung that under this Bill the governor May take men front any part Al toe state to perform the duties in Cincinnati which the mayor of the City was elected to perform. You by to the people of dec innate Quot you Are not Able to attend to your town aft Alra therefore we must attend to them for you a or place them in the bands of a Man living far in toe Northern part of toe state and who is now temporarily domiciled in thu building. The speaker was interrupted by two or three guest Long from or. Scott but in each Case to the Itterl a discomfiture. A Good Deal of full butter Ingato resorted to with the object of killing time and keeping the matter Over until adjourn or. Vallandigham of altered the following amendment which was not a greed to Quot pro kled that before toe provisions of this aet take Atie atthe que can on shall be submitted to toe electors of the people at a general or Peel Al a vote was finally reached real Ting to 48 yeas to s3 nays. Among the n publicans present and set voting were speaker Budge and me is. Bowersox and Pollock. A number of others a tented themselves and three voted against the Bill. It was a glorious piece of work on the pert of toe democrats and a bitter discomfiture to Tom Reub Elcana adjoin med at 11 15. M Donn cur and. Tim Paet Penitentiary contract labor Bill waa killed today. It came up in the House this morning on a motion to concur in toe Senate amendments. Or. Feet obtained the Toor. And went Over toe Amend acts seriatim expire Minig mild approval of them showing that he would prefer to accept them rather than Hare toe Bill lost. The Senate amendments were of a reformatory kind bringing in methods relating Only to Inu Tationa for the Reform of Youthful on Enders and were grafted upon the original Bill so a to obscure its original provisions. Or. Carlisle moved to Lay on the table and have primed with the Senate amendments in Advance of other matter or. Green the coloured member from Cuya hoga earnestly a nested against the motion As intended solely to Khi Theiu. He warned the members that if they refused 10 give tie Bill full consideration the people will remember Toem. Re was As positively opt wed to White sea Verrasto Black and to Selling White men to contractor matter went Over until the afternoon when or. Tyler sep Opp cd tiie whole Bill Bat mainly on the cob tract ground which he declared has to effect upon the free labor of the state. Is said toat there is not an Indus a trios Man to toe state who objects to the contract system. The objection Oomes from a lot of tramps going about to country Star ring up a to Flea. And who never perform an honest Daya labor. The Bill waa put of its a sewage and lost by a Vole of m to to. A mount to reconsider was a lost and thus the Hili was 15 Ruc Asnath. Boto in Nehes of toe general am Embly today posted appropriations for uis supreme court so Mission. And for toe of toe paying the Cost of a Ranung the cons Titu tto Aal Sinen men s be estimated by toe state mope visor of printing by or. Hun Timaton s Houe Bill for the appoint by Antof a health Oll Leer in in Annati it said the Kate this afternoon. The Blit images he to officer the Sui Een Xor in every respect of fac Board of health. When it came to the sen a the it gave toe App unto not of the Bauh officer to the Elty comptroller but or. Dexter Hod it so a minded As to place k in the Hmidi of the Garror. The Senate also passed the following or. Robinsons Hoose Bill prove Dong for a Mucial term of toe dist Iet court in Twloa commits or Robinson s House Bill requiring enu of school youth to give the name and a of each youth reported and for the proper re to keep the record in his Oft tee for a period or a Fiu inf tour a houss Bill for the Apt of Sam get i Oso minors in Cincinnati to an attempted iii Clde a Peculiar explosion general notes. India Kaposi april 18.�?another attempt at suicide marked Tho criminal Calendar today George g. Herr Asun a German Blacksmith aged fifty three being the person and hanging bang the neans. Lie went to the basement this morning to get some kindling and remaining to Long his wife followed and dlr covered him dangling from one end of a rope which Hung from the ceiling. Bhe Cut tiiu Down and it was some time before lie could be resuscitated. Mra Hermann says it is temporary derangement brought on by brooding on their great poverty and her Hub oud a failure to obtain work. There was a Peculiar explosion from a raffle in a Caramel Toulu fou try this morning by which the Prtt Rictor George a. Richards was hurl ii bodily through a gig Ian door and across the Street pavement nearly to the Curbstone a distance of about fifteen feet. He struck the found on Bis hip and shoulder bounded like a All. An Eye intae says Al ignited on his feet and turned and ran Back into his shop dazed and ignorant of what struck him. Toe explosion Tore out transom and Glass generally scattered the Paraf Liue Over the room and wrought All told about e5 Worth of damage. At Tho time of the explosion what Richards called Quot an experimental partly filled with Para Fine used in the manufacture of the Candy was on the Furnace in the rear room and Richards w As standing near the door. It was this pan which exploit he and proved the falsity 0 or. Richards theory that a raffle would not explode. Or. Richards was badly bruised but no Bones broken. There is a hitch Over one Section of the police Law which gives to the new Force All the Power of Constable except in civil cases. Some Saloon keepers Ore thereby making the Point that constables can to arrest them for violating the Saloon Law. Next year Butler Una Versley will establish a theological department which will be under the charge of professor a. R. Benton. Additional dormitory Aud academical buildings arc also contemplated. Joseph Tingle is in aug the Bee line Railroad for to,000 damages for the death of his son killed by a passing train in december of 1881. A notorious negro gambling Doii in the heart of the City waa the scene of a shooting last a Light in which one Man waa shot in the Arm and another in the foot. The shooters were not arrested but the proprietor was Given notice to quit business and seek a consulate in a warmer climate or something of that sort. The trustees of the Acton Camp Rae Etiny Are already preparing for the coming meetings. The rent of cottages is advanced 5, and several new ones will be built. A new Pavilion and amp in dirty room hotel Tylly also be built new Wells to dug and several thousand dollars spent in improvements. The first ten Days beginning on a August 1, will be devoted to the Acton Park a Sembhi a 1� Chautauqua on the 4th of August Talmage will lecture and on the 5th f teach. On Quot statesmen s Day a governor but or James Blaine George h. Pendleton. Henry Watterson and others Are expected. On a a editors Day r. Burdette will lecture. Quot Temperance Day a Quot i governors Day a a have also been arranged. The y. M. A. Last night chose delegates to the Milwaukee convention next month and while encouraging reports of work were made the fact that Active workers were not As plentiful As they ought to was deplored. The last legislature passed a Law to Weed out superfluous justices of the peace. Dndr its Reg Tationa Titis township should have five but the City alone has eight and their Mills grind daily. H. Frank Pearl about one year ago was one Day found in the rooms of mrs. Itom bet by her husband who attacked him an got shot in turn from which however he recovered. A week ago yesterday or. Pearl left the City telling his wife he was Ping to Peoria and about the a same time mrs. Chambers left for in it uis Volle. The husband and toe wife who remain think their absent mates have met elsewhere and Proe oed Inge for divorce will be begun Toee who think they Are informed in the premises say Gresham s successor will be either lines Harris or Woods. The railroads will furnish tickets at Are atty reduced rates to the Cincinnati dramatic p Estival. April 30 to May 6. Some 10uisvlhe Railroad men were Here today having just come from an examination of toe proposed line of the Cloverport Oil and Coal Cobi Paay a Roii from Cloverport by. To the Ohio River. The Cannel Coal Fields of this Eom Pany in Breckinridge Funty. Ky., Are said to be among the Best in the world. Before the discovery of the Pennsylvania Oil Fields �00,00u was spent in developing the Cloverport Oil and Coal Fields and the revival of operations at that Point has been determined upon. The distance to the River is Only eight Miles. The Foo Wing cases were decided in the supreme court today torah Stuart it Al. Is. City of Lafayette. Cass . Reversed. Woods cd. Henry c. Adams to. Benjamin f. Pilate it Al. Shelby c. Rehearing denied. Woods c. A Robert a. Campbell is. Alexander c. Martin it Al. Washington c. Reversed. Howk. The mss Roland mining and manufacturing company is. George p. Kimmel it Al. Vigo c. A firmed. Zollars j. James h. Ruddell a Sarah Tyner Etah Hancock a c. Affirmed. Nib pack a state of Indiana sex Rel. Hamilton Blanton is. James m. Emmons it Al. Putnam c. Affirmed. Elliott j. Oliver p. Mahan is. William Devall. Boone c. Dismissed by Appellant. Wapakoneta Til Bee Field to the Angl mate county grand jury indictments. To Taxonera 0., april 18, decided the destiny of a Well known a Glaize county newspaper and tomorrows Issue will be the last buzzing of the Wapakoneta Bee. Ilene Forth there will be published in Wapakoneta but one democratic Organ. There will be no More internal strife and bickering to obstruct the pathway to Success and the supremacy of democracy in a Glaize county is so sure for All time to come. After a Luul existence of seven Yeara All that was mortal 0/ the Bee today passed into of Mears f. B. Kampf a co. Publishers of the a Glaize county Democrat. Negotiations for the Purchase have been pending for a week past but the Sale waa not finally consummated until today. Holbrook Brothers late Public Hen of the Bee will remove to Texas where they will begin the publication of a democratic paper. Following is the report of the a and jury. Which waa in a Seiko a Day and a half George v. Orr Thomas Orr Jacob Burden and h. A Williams indicted for unlawful or disturbing a Kublic meeting we. 0�?Tc< Nell Lor assault Aud Attef Stephen Allchin for larceny. It Aadlan potion men Avell scared. Ottawa april 18.�?four shots were fired about Aldo Tobt at a policeman on duty at Rideau Hall. A detachment of Toronto police Are on duty there and they dared not leave the building. A it was thought the shots were intended As a Decoy. After firing the individual took to toe Bush and has not yet been captured. An extra guard was on duty at the time and it was bub6�quenuy strengthened. Wifi Koto d. C., april 18.�?the comm Larion to investigate the charges against supervising 4rchueot Hill met today and listened to the a Dingo thu charges and specifications. The charges have already been summarized in these dispatches. The interesting feature of the complaint is the spec Flea to oils. Thera Are Twenty three in ail which Are briefly recapitulated As follows in 1s63 or 186y the supervising architect of the Treasury department a. A met Lett entered into contract with the Cape Ann Granite company for the furnishing and preparing of the Granite for the Ciston Post office and courthouse and eur Treasury by tiding and with Tho Bod Well Granite company for the furnishing and preparing of the Stone for the Cincinnati and Postof Lico building and the Dix Island Granite company for the Farl Shang and preparing of the Stone for the new to Ork courthouse and Post office buildings Aad the Clarks Island Granite company for turn fishing and preparing tha Stone for Tho Hartford courthouse and Post office buildings and with the blur Rit Ane Granite company in 1878 for furnish Ting Puiul preparing the Stone for the St. Louis courthouse and Post office buildings. The contracts were agreed to on the Bis of 15 per cent upon the Gross Cost of cutting boxing and insuring Stone. It is alleged that the Bod Well Granite company some Lime in ls69 or 1870, employee Luu apprentice. They were indenture i to the company at $1 each per Day for one year and the company carried them on the government pay Rol is. Aud they signed their names in Blank and the company Drew from the to can Ury of the United states $3 50 per Day for each apprentice gave 31 a Day to each of the apprentices Ana for a year pocketed the other to 50 per Day. It is alleged that the same company prepared work for the City of Chicago and made a number of monuments for private individuals and the workmen were carried on the government payroll. The Dix Island Granite company agreed that if Joy at in new York that Money was needed and that an us Rui the part of the Grove run it Rentof a Wiuli Ignez to redeem would set with a res do Noe to the full amount indicated but the amount offered show a contrary condition of affairs. The committee engaged in counting the Cash preparatory to a Transfer of the Money response bitties from Gil filian to will Complete their labors tomorrow at noon. They began today upon the . Irn mediately upon the consummation of the committees labors the auditing divisions of the Treasury will begin their investigation of the receipts and expenditures of the treasurers office and Filfli lauds sureties will therefore not be released for some time. Kellogg and Brady. They Are in doted by Tho wathidg1 on grand jury Washington april 18.�?the grand jury today returned an indictment against William Pitt Kellogg for receiving Money while a United states senator for Ber vices rendered in relation to a contract with the United states. The witnesses Are John a. Walsh James b. Price Joseph Cochran and j. M. Brady. They also ret me Ltd an indictment against Thomas a Bra it in for receiving Money while second a so sum Post Oater general for scr Alcoa rendered in relation to a contract with the United states. The same witnesses Are named. The indictment Are apparently As Long As the indictment in the Star route Case. There arc five counts in each indictment charging five separate payments of $1,500 for expediting prices routes from 8an Antonio to Corpas Christi tex., and from Monro to Shreveport la. Capital notes. They were ordered to employ at any one time More than 100 Granite cutlers they would erect for Iho government suitable boarding houses storehouses store Sheds Biack Zmith shops and stables and to furnish steel to work into Toots which they did to the amount of ninety tons and the company were to receive from the government 15 per cent on the Gross Cost on All these buildings tools and stables. The government ordered men in excess of 100 and to the extent of 700 or 800, and the company erected the buildings. The Cost of one House known As the Quot Sihr mrock House a was for the building and furnishing of the same $ 4,0 x. Two Sra Aller houses were erect Roi iting in proportion. The steel tools and build Ings amounted in the aggregate to somewhere about . Which the government paid and Rembi arsed the company for the expense of erecting and furnishing with an additional 15 per cent at the completion of the work on the new York Post office building the government sold these buildings Aud steel tools at Public auction or what purported to be a Public suction the Sale being advertised in one or two obscure country papers. At the Sale there was no Competition the Dix Island Granite company being the sole bidder and this entire property was sold to them for$i,5 x. After the completion of preparation of the atone for the new York courthouse and Post office building the Dix Island Granite company entered into a contract with the supervising architect of the Treasury department to furnish and prepare Stone for the Philadelphia it it Urt House and Post office building on the same conditions and that company sold Back again to the government the same tools which had original in Cost the government $34,000, and which had been Hough tin by the company at the Public Sale for$5�0 for upward of $30,000.the Cost of the preparation of tie Stone was augmented by come using the workmen to use up the specified time in the preparation of w whatever Stone they were engaged upon a great amount of supplementary help was employed unnecessarily. The company boarded the men and exacted $6 a week from them. During the year 1878 the pay of the men waa in Cream de to the amount of sixteen and one third cents per diem upon which the company received 15 per cent., and the company then increased the Price of Board to 0 per week which gave them Back the $1 paid to the men during the six Days of the week with the 15 per cent on it without bettering the Quality of the Board. Other end numerous fraudulent trans Artons were perpetrated by these companies All of which was stated to a commission appointed by secrets Ltd Sherman in april 1877, no action was taken on the charges but in the face of the damaging statements then submitted the supervising architect entered into specific contract with the same Par ties to prepare the work on the several buildings at which they were engaged and at what it had Cost the government under the 16 per cent contract minus the 15 per cent. The Ronalt of which to furnishing to the government an inferior Quality of Stone and workmanship. The pay 01 the mechanics and labourers engaged on these contracts washed need from in 50 a Dav to $2 60 and $1 50 and so on and the profits raq from 60 to 90 per cent the Clark and Dix Island company obliged their workmen to Purchase got Ida from their retail stores at an immense profit to the companies and any Man per chasing goods where he could buy them cheapest was summarily discharged. They were cooled to buy milk of certain men their meat of certain men to ride in a stage coach owned and driven by certain men who paid bonuses to the co Pantea for the pro thege of Selling to and dealing with the workmen. At Clarks Island the company owned a store which they leased to a Man named Mcdougall for 15 per cent on the Groes sales of the store while every Workman purchasing from these stores which they were compelled to do was charged this 15 per cent extra in addition to the immense profit of the dealer to reimburse him for the 15 per cent paid to the company. These contracts were not let to the lowest bidder there was no open Competition in the bidding. In several instances they were let to a higher bidder with the exclusive privilege to the company who in nuked the rough bton4 to have the contract for cutting the Stone. Among the witnesses named Are Secretary Folger Nator Dawes a. B. Mullett w. G. Sign Emu t. H. Gako Hott a m. Wilbur Jos. W4imis, j. W. Barton Michael Bible in t. James Aud t. H. Murch. The papers filed by or. Murch Are very to ineral Noah. And occupied the time of the com mixtec until after noon when they adjourned to 10 o Cloi k tomorrow morning. The committee will notify or. March that he can be represented by an attorney. It is believed that or. Murch will apply to the department of Justice for an attorney and that if he is refused he will abandon the prove Sutlon As he is in will my to pay a attorney himself. In the event of or. Murches withdrawing from the investigation it u further believed by those who have to do with it that the investigation will be very Short lived As or. Moil Etc has already Given notice that he will take no part in it. If or. March proceeds in Hiap plication for an attorney and an investigation is entered into of All the charges the commission will be employed most if not All of the summer. Or. March will be Given Access to All the papers in the Treasury department pertinent to the pro caution of the Case and immunity will be guaranteed All employees he May Call a witnesses. The Treasury department. Dos Alp of the streets and hotels personal mention Jakc. Washington april 18.�?testimony in Star route Case concluded today and tomorrow judge Wyley will decide How much time will be allotted to each Side for argument. He decided today that be would not Render judge cd on questions of Law until after the argument. It is believed he will not limit counsel in their review of the evidence to the jury. Senator Harrison and judge Hoadly Are in the City to argue a Case before the supreme court tomorrow. General Eckles of the Chesapeake amp Ohio arrived tonight from a trip of review Over his line. Congressmen Brown and Calina of Indiana Are in the City. The latter says Gresham a appointment gives the. Greatest satisfaction to All the rep Bucan leaders in that state. The Washington papers All demand that the state department enter a vigorous against the Large immigration of indigent Irish arriving daily whose passage is paid by the British government. The statue of professor Henry will be unveiled tomorrow in the grounds of the smithsonian Institute. There will be a Large civic display and chief Justice Waite will deliver an address. Condition of Winter wheat. Report from Ohio Indiana Illinora Michigan Kansas and Missouri. Cd Sveland april 18.�?leading Grain dealers have received 1,300 reports covering every important wheat growing county in Ohio Indiana Illinois Michigan Kansas and Missouri. One Quarter of them report the present condition very favourable one Quarter fair one third poor one sixth very poor. One Quarter report the present condition As much better than two weeks ago one half report it slightly better one sixth about the same one twelfth wort a. One sixth say better than a year ago and one Quarter say of Good. Nearly half report it worse and one sixth say much worse than a year ago. The season is backward with acreage and reserves about tie same As at the corresponding time lost year. The six states above named produce almost one half the wheat crop of the United 8tate.s. The cd a reports Are almost entirely from Grain dealers and Millers who Are better inform thl about crop Prospect a and the reserves in their respective sections than any other class of correspondents. They indicate hardly an average crop of Winter wheat even with the most favourable season henceforth. There has been an important improvement in the condition of the crop during the fortnight since the a Gri cultural Burean gathered up its returns. Mcm St of the counties which report the condition better than lost year Are those which had a poor crop 1 at Scelson. The backward season accounts partly for the apparently less favourable condition a compared with a year a go. The alight increase in the acreage sown will pro Babi be absorbed by the amount slowed up. There appears to be an average amount remaining in the producer a bands fully As much As a year ago. Wet weather has reduced the acreage in the United kingdom. France Holland and Belgium to the extent of Foley 60,000,000 bushels and our crop promises to be inlay that much Short of last iras the Spring wheat acreage will probably of no material increase. The crops last year however were exceptionally favourable and stocks at Home and abroad Are Large so that the shortage win not be Felt their crop Sobon 1 backward and receipt a of new wheat to july pc Mise to be Light. The receipts of old for the next few weeks will also be Light As Farmer Are Busy and generally show no anxiety to sell while reports from the oncoming crop Are unfavourable teiyk.e8bury horrors on Manhattan Island. Foris re court platters. Pams Kyd a april 18, the circuit court the trial of Hooker Bivens for the murder of w. B. Scully was continued till next october on account of the absence of witnesses. Homer Orts of for maliciously shooting his teacher Wro. Yerkes est. Pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the Penitentiary for twelve months. James tre Lavrn hanged. Morria rown. N. J., april 18.�?James Treglawny was hanged in the jail Here today for the brutal murder of Minnie Cher win nos sweetheart lost june Treglawny is the fifth person hanged 111 Morris county. After raid a Light Treglawny slept Only a halt hour. Shortly after 10 a. A the Therin announced All ready. The hanging was completed without any excitement shot in a Sajona quarrel. Shrub viluind., april 18.�?James Foster got into an altercation with George Hendricks at Fields Saloon in Falkland five Miles North of Here this afternoon and was shot in the Arm by Hendricka. The latter has been taken into Oti Tody. Pou Obod by Strye Nino for 3alu a Kansas City ark., april Law of six Little negro children poisoned at Dermott station eighteen Miles from Here last Friday by using Tryc Hulne instead of Salt at a play dinner they had cooked four Are dead. The oth Cri Are Likely to recover. Boobe d Oil a train. Rock Island iii., april 18.�?a German and his wife were held up by two robbers last night in a car of the Burlington Road As tie Tram was leaving the depot Aud robbed of $3.cioo. 1�?The thieves then jumped from the car and escaped. Drow Dod by a flood. Matamoras mix., april 18.�?report Are just coming in from a Dis is reus flood in Yah Alica. A the River Roee so suddenly that six persons Wert drowned before they could is Capo and much Stock and properly was swept away. Chicago Rockot shops loft. 8rrinoritj.d, ili., Abril 18.�?what is know As the Quot bucket shop Mil a was killed in the Senate today. It in effect proposed to compol the attic so Board of Trade to furnish bucket shops with its Market boots Toni. Imports and Export for the year one Hundred and twentieth Call for Bonds a count iii Gill Llau a Cash. Washington april 18.�?a state rent just issued by the Treasury department shows that the merchandise admitted into the United states free of duty during the month of february 1883, amounted to $16,535,727, against $16,-047,407 for the same period in 1882, dutiable merchandise admitted amounted to $39.765,770, against $42.779,519 for 1882, of which amount there was entered for conium tied $41,914,778 entered Lor warehouse $12,107,110 entered for immediate transportation to Interior Porta a Hout appraisement $2,219,009 brought in cars and other land vehicles $1,641,217 brought in Amer he an ves Sels $9,2 $l7�4 brought in foreign vessel $45.076,486. The total expos of Domestic merchandise amounted to $65,460,734, age tight for same period in 1882. Of this total $8,117,964 was carried in american vessels and $5.5,770,298 in foreign vessels. The total exports of foreign merchandise amounted to 11,394,1 05, against $1.677,264 for the same period of Irig. The total amount of fold Aud Silver Coin and Bullion imported during february last amounted to $1.277,087. Total Export of Domestic Coin and Bullion amounted to $1,484,470. Exports of foreign Coin and Bullion amounted to t>s5,439. The value of imported merchandise remaining in warehouses february 28, 1�83, amounted 10 s,404.2�3. The statement shows than eight times at much of Gold Ana Silver imported into tha United states comes from Mexico As from any other country the smallest amount coining from Madeira and the Cape verde islands. The greatest amount of Gold and Silver exported went to England and Canada the sea Ilist amount to Madeira and the Cape verde islands. A a the Treasury department announced March 27 last thai$l5. 0i, Worth of Bonds embraced in the 120th Call would be redeemed upon presentation u follows $5,0clo, x o Uon the first wednesday in april and the Aune amount u it ii the two succeeding wednesdays. Today we the last Wenc sudsy non which tronds could be redeemed under this announce quient and when the total was summed up after office hour today it in found that Only slightly Over ,�61,000. Or Lea than one third of the amount called for. Had been redeemed. Referring to the matter the chief of the redemption division said this evening that the Small ree Pounee a bondholders shows Conlu Alively that those who held Bond do not need Money while Toee that need Money do not hold Bonds. The Well a Bot referred to was to quod by Secretary Fol Ger upon the Lipmen Matlou of a Strain Par ties George Osmond teablc8 letter to his deserted wife. Another raid on Tho gambling hone so Tho Brooklyn bring to to opened May 34. New York april 18. the suit for divorce pending in the supreme court of Mary Alice Teory a against George Osmond Tearle the actor motion was made today for temporary Alimony Aud counsel Feea. The plaintiff name a the Arden and Minnie Conway m correspondents. The application waa based upon the complaint and upon a petition in which the following letters were quoted Quot new York. January 8,1888.-.vy dear Wue my a Able would appraise Yon of my arrival. No use postponing let me at once say what must be said. A you must have seen during the past few year the breach that a gradually widening Between us. You know Perie cily Well my be Ciunga toward you were to thins hut what they Aji Ould be. I crib not help it. My life to Rau has been one deceit. 1 have been unfaithful to you from shortly after oat marriage which was a fearful mistake. Knowing Thia it is much better that we should Jarli Cah not no matter what the consequences live with you again. Add to Ait this the knowledge that i love another deeply Asi never believed i could love. My love 1� such that 1 am prepared for anything so what Worth am i to you with another woman s love in my heart i Shell Send you �300 a year and should what is Here written induce you Tsue for s divorce i shall Send the same income for o try children. You threatened to come Over Here did i not return in july. Should you do so it will be exceedingly foolish a and not mend matters at All in fact make Theip worse. This is a very inhospitable country to women in any Case and i a hould necessarily hav to be very cruel to you. Besides. 1 am taking out my papers As an american citizen and should then obtain a divorce a thing easily procured Here with Money and influence. But Yon will be far better without me. I am not nor Ever have been worthy of you and Many a time i have said i would give it i were the possessor of it. Untold Gold could i Only Ever like you. Try to forget such a wretch Ever lived. God Blesa you Ana shield you from Barm and should our marriage ties be severed Send some True one who will make you As Happy in the future As i have made you miserable in the past. the Petiti ii goes on to say that mrs. Tearle sailed from Liverpool March 27, and arrived Here april 7. She waa obliged to borrow $200 from a Friend. She is entirely destitute of Means. She further aver that her husband is receiving a salary of $200 a week As an actor at Wallack s theater and that he is under a contract there which will not end until june lbs4. Besides this he has a Benefit every year which brings him at least $1,0ck>, and he travels during the supplemental season and she estimates his income at $11,400. She therefore asked for temporary Alimony at the rate of $75 a week and a you Nisei fee of $1.000. Oarle did not deny the main facts but said he Only receive Ltd Hojo a year. Judge Barrett do Eidd to allow mrs. Tearle Alimony at the rate of Foj Uoo a year and a counsel fee of 1250, and would also require that the $200 which she waa compelled to borrow for her expenses should be paid to her. The judge staid he would give the counsel leave to move for a increase of Ali Raoul and counsel fee. If at any time the circumstances should de Annad Inch an increase. Levi the Cornet player whom Minnie Conway 1� suing for a divorce says she is very sorry for Minnie and that a he is living with Tearle. He said if she would Only leave the actor he would buy a House for her and support her oven though Slie despised him for a would not ask her to actas his wife but to desert Tearle. Ladd Bafo by Tho Conda Tod by governor Batler. Booton april 18.�?at the Tewkesbury examination today Mary e. I Man formerly a inmate Bald she could not eat the food furnished but lived upon that bought with Money fur a teed her. Never saw any of the Marsh family while there. Thirty or More women were bathed in the same water Many patients having bad skin diseases and Many being infested with vermin. When there was time carbolic acid was poured on the beads of such patients. Vermin were Ali Over the place rats being so abundant that the patients would Call the nurses to drive them away. One consumptive woman was unable to Call for help and her feet were badly bitten. This happened every night a null she died. The closets and everything were filthy but when visitors were expected things were cleaned. One woman who died was Large and her body a crowded into a Box by men standing on it. She bad on the same Bonnet worn when alive. Another patient occupied the bed on which Thia woman died that night no change of clothing being made. An old. Susan woman was beaten with Sticks and tied with ropes. In lines had come on from new York to give her testimony and Brown asked several questions which governor Butler said were not Perti Neil Brown retorted that the character of the wit Nesse Oso far were fit subjects for criticism and he proposed in this Case to know this we Trees entire Story. The governor said he did not propose to sit still and allow his witnesses to be maligned. He asked the con Luce not to allow it. Some of their daughters might by Chance come to this hell upon Earth. Loud applause from the spectators followed the governor said that because Watnes was a fallen woman her character should not be the Issue in this ease. She should answer All pertinent questions Bat not those which sought to drag her Down. Brown said his winced As he never had before. He called the governors attention to a Case where he the governor questioned a we teas in regard to character ac., in a most unheard of Way. The question As to proceeding with the Cross examination was decided by the committee in the affirmative by a 6 to 4 vote. The witness then went on in answer to questions of or. Brown giving her in rims places of residence and the occur tation he of Lowed until he asked her what name she lived under. She stated she did not want to Tell As she did not want her Friend to know her past life. The governor objected to the question being put stating that the records at Edh to Tewkesbury and Grove Hall in Boston were Complete and it a Lii Ramous to punish this woman in her misfortune. Or. Brown then charged the governor with instituting this investigation for politics to purpose. This the governor warmly denied. At this Point the committee adjourned without deciding whether or not the question should be pressed. The hear aug will be resumed tomorrow morning. Dick Liddle free. Farewell to a Lusotti and Albany. New Yore april 18.�?.mmc. Christine Nilsson who sailed for Europe this morning was last night tendered a Public reception at the residence of professor and mrs. A. Ogden Doremus. About 100 society Peop were or count. Including Chauncey Depew and wife. President and or. F. A p. Barnard Baron and Baroness do Thomsen sex Secretary Evarts and wife or. And mrs. Mottley or. And mrs. A a. Dana we h. Hurlbut Victor Capoul and judge Brady. The House was handsomely decorated with Floi Rera. A . Albani and Nilsson sailed on the Coo Ard Steamer Gallia today for Liverpool. Or. Abbey had the tugboat Lennox and bad secured the Post of Honor at the end of the Dock but or. Gye though he had to take a position at the pier above offset the Nilsson manager by having the splendid id wheeled Steamer Matt caws. A band of music on each Steamer added to the Ordinary confusion upon the Dock. Dpi ent of attentions which must be to them a pleasant feature of their visit to America. The an Loon below the deck resembled a Hortio Lanm show except that very few exhibitions could display As Fine and extensive a variety of rare Flowers. Brooklyn Bridge opening. New York april 18, committee on opening appointed by the new York and Brooklyn Bridge trustees have decided on May 24 As the Day for the opening ceremonies and have prepared a programme for the occasion. This or ctr Ramie provides for extending invitations to the president Index Presl debts of the United states to the Cabinet officer the member of both houses of of egress. The governor lieutenant governor and sex governors of new York to the governors of All the states and territories in Tho Union to the mayor and sex mayors of new y Ork and Brooklyn and to the leading officials of both cities. Next session Here was accepted and the Date of the meeting fixed for june 11,12, and 13, 1884. Delegates will be present not Only from the United states hut from Canada Manitoba Aud other British american provinces. About 1,200 Are expected to be present. Several witnesses were examined today in the Case wherein Gary j. Warren a Gnu gut was sued Lor $1.120 by or. A. Morgan Vanoe for a surgical operation upon the former a knee. The defendant claim that the fee asked 1� exorbitant and much More than he expected to be charged. Several exports Teet lied that they thought the operation unnecessary and that i2w� to of amp of is a sufficient fee. _ or. Mward r. Johns a lawyer from new York City and miss May Harris youngest daughter of Theodore Harris. A banker of this City were married in St. Paul a Church tonight in the presence of a Largo number of friends of the Bride. A reception at her fathers residence followed. The wedding ceremony was pronounced by the Rev. Or Skipton of new York the Groom s Stepfather. Thomas Jones a Man Well known among River men and a mate to the Henderson packet line for fifteen years died at his Home this morning of Bright a of the kidneys. For four years he has been first mate on the Grey Eagle and to recognized As an experienced Boatman. He had been ailing for More than a year with this do Seabee. And leave a wife and three children. In Honor of his memory the Flag on the Grey Eagle were bang at half Mast. State of Trade. Chicago wheat higher and aet tvo Bome heavy deals a the now York Stock Market. Chicago april 18.�?the wheat Market was Active higher and irregular opening firm under the influence of stronger advice from Liverpool. The state agricultural reports for april 1 were also unfavourable. Of Mounso the condition has greatly improved since they were collected Bat they materially aided the bulls by inducing outsiders to buy freely. There was an Active demand to cover a Horta and prices advanced l 4 a Lac but closed be Low the highest prices. Corn failed to follow wheat but on the reverse the feeling was Dull and weak due in part if not wholly to rumours regarding the condition speculators fully understanding that a discovery of hot Corn in an elevator would cause a panic Aud although the Small receipts prevented the boars from Selling freely prices closed under the last sales on tei ter Day i Call Oats were Dull weak and a Shade lower and closed at about tha lowest prices. Mess pork was in Good demand and closed about 10c higher. The Vernand to fill a hour and buying orders was Good and the offerings Small. Lard waa moderately Active and firm hot offerings were Light. Short ribs were firm and 5 97? per Loo pounds higher closing Strong. Flour was quiet and firm offerings moderate. Illinois and Missouri Winter $5k<i6 Wisconsin and Michigan do., $4 25 Choice Western Spring extra $0495 75 Choice Western Spring extra. $1 25 Patente $6 509? 50. Rye four $3 75 90, the markets closed on the afternoon Call Board As follows no. 2 wheat. Loss May a june $1 11%, july 81 10, August Al 05%, year. Winter wheat. May closed at $1 m. Corn 53%e, May a june 57 in july 5t%c, August. Gate 43h>4c May 4 i june 42c july 835, year. Rye. 61%c May 62%c Jnue. Bari eve no. I 75c. Flex oed $1 48rl 50. Mess pork $18 42t� Jbv. $18 60 june $18 75 july $8 85 August september 16 77% year. Izard ua2 rap the news of Europe. Daniel Curley is gun Tenco be Buko. To a russian socialist expelled from Paris a Louizo Michel to conduct her own dozens. Of we resumption of the trial of Daniel Curley this morning Adams began Bia argument for the defense. He decided that the evidence Given by Kavanagh did not How that Curley was at who six Park on slav 6. Hla presence there said Adams was indicated by James Carey who said Curley waa in command but Carey so swore to save nos own Nick. He was doubtless in command himself of the assassins. Or Porter attorney general for Ireland responded for the Crown. The judge then charged the jury and the latter retired. They soon returned and rendered a verdict of rutty of murder. And Curley waa sentenced to be hanged on the i8th of May. Liver Pool april 18.�?a Man named Eugene Kingston said to be in invincible and connected with the Phoenix Park murders has been a relied. _ and in storing Fri Ireland. Dublin. April 18.�?the complaints of terrible suffering and starvation throughout Many counties and especially in the West District continue to reach not Only the lord lieutenant but the Premier. The suffering 1s known so the government agent says to be due solely to the Lack of proper food and in Many cases it has reached to almost absolute starvation. The food is As poor As it is scarce and do can i once started develops and spreads with great rapidity since the sufferers have nothing with which to build upon. To such an extent has the trouble grown in iome districts that the local boards have passed resolutions attracting the attention of the lord lieutenant to the distress and to the great increase in fever cases and asking that Relief measures by taken. 1 tis in a ism de in their teens the frat of her first Mart ure. She Wax Vruth a Pai Loii. And listened Mth a willing ear to the wooing Rotthe hand a Young actor. Despite the preset of her friends who objected to Ker Lover on account of his youth so accept his profession of Lois. And of Tho 1st Init. Tny were webs on pm tautly until it thurs Lay when mag told his wife i had be had to go to Alton a sob Urb Twenty four Miles North of Here to fill 4 a Quot it local engage Omeo t. He promoted to be Back next Day but up to today Helito fail to in. Or kens made the unpleasant to try that her Youthful spouse had deserted kor. Also found to her grief that he had taken . He promoted to be wac the next Day but up to today Helito fail to Reti irn. A cover Bhe also found to her Grid us w with him two new sulta of Clotaire which had bought him and to Flo in Cash obtained on Bills against her customers. The grief stricken wife yesterday up pealed to the police to and Bew truant husband and to was thus that Tho became known. The Apache War. ,18 97% �16 77% year. Izard ua2 a april Ilay a May 11.57%c june u.62%c july 11.67%c a noted enemy of the James Brothers himself out of jail. Or. Hours april 18.�?a disc watch from Kansas City says Dick Liddle is daily expected in town and the reporters Are in nning their legs off trying to find unt the True inwardness of his release from the United states authorities Down in Alabama. Dick waa the festive Quot Masher of the James gang whose love affairs got thin self and others into frequent scrapes. His flirtation with the dashing Young wife of old Farmer Hite the Kentucky Uncle of the Jameses led to the killing of Wood Hite. This in turn created a tend with Jesse James which meant death to tie one who should b s improve his Opportunity tin. Dick grasped the situation made peace with gov. Attend cd and made disclosures about members of the gang. That was the first decisive step in the scheme that brought Jesse Down at the Mouth of Bob Fords pistol. Last Winter Dick met with a misfortune in the Alabama town of Huntsville where a jury to the Federal court found him guilty of robbing United states in a master Bmith at Mussel Shoals on the Tennessee River to 1881. Sentence was suspended and governor Urit Teiden petitioned the president to Pardon the prisoner saying that Dicks testimony was wanted by the prosecution to help convict Frank James. The president replied that a Hawk in the baud was Worth an Eagle in the air. He Grant the Pardon. What u the mysterious iii filience that has at hut Given Dick Liddle the Liberty the president refused that is what is puzzling people in All this part of the state and keeping the reporters staying wide awake of nights. Means Lille Frank James is living royally in the Gallatin jail and does not seem to be heavily oppressed by the two indictments for coid blooded murder that Are banging Over him in Gallatin county. On Sun Day Tost he had a kind of Lawn party in the jail Yard where he received troops of visitors among them major cd who comr handed a regiment of Nylon met Soultana daring the War. Ellen Hali Assey an old wimm was found murdered at Taunton mass. Woof her sons and a we arrested for the crime. Gone with Tho pads. New York april 18.�?david Oppens Elrater the senior partner of the firm of Oppenheimer a Newburger wholesale butchers has been re danced to abject poverty and is almost crazy in consequence of the disappearance of his partner. Aoraham h. Newburger with ail the funds of the concern ail the employees of the firm Are thrown ont of employment and some of them Are on the verge of starvation. Other de a Tea tonns alleged to have been committed by Newburger Are being reported. The Bald on the gamblers. New Yolk april 18.�?ipspector Byrnes and his men raided seven More gambling no uses tonight and captured alike number of gaming implements. No arrests were made a the keepers had All cleared out and the furniture was removed from five of the places when the police arrived. The inspector has secured about 100 warrants for other places which he will raid in turn. It was said last night that there a not a gambling place in the City open yesterday. Directors of Tho contral. New York april 18.�?at the annual meeting of the new York Central a Hudson River Railroad stockholders today the following direct of were elected Villiam u. Vanderbilt Corass Lus Vanderbilt. Augustus Schell 8. Of Barger. Chauncey m. Depew Jamee h. Rutter j. P korean Cyrus w. Field Chester w. Chapin , jr., and James a Marvin the fenian mph Blons ram. New York april 18.�?holland�?Ts torpedo boat which a Attr Aried so much comment in connection with Irish nationalist plans was yester Dav beached at in apropo Njo a for the purpose of mining alterations in her construction. The owner and eng Naer have been taking secret subaqueous no Courtial voyages to various Points in her hence the mystery which Hassai rounded her movements. _ a colossal Street Job. New York april 18.�?the Broadway Arcade ran Road Bill which hastily a amp Elt a the Assembly yesterday gives the company Power to eur to Ircy remove the Roadway and Side Waits of Broad was and to substitute therefor a artificial Roadway supported on massive Iron girders and Chi ions. Estimated that the work if completed will Cost$200,000 a mile. Marino news. New York april 18.�?sailed�?steamers Elbe for Bremen r. Najand Rotterdam France Havre Gallia Liverpool City of Richmond Quot Arr pm Teamer state of Nebraska from Glasgow Brittania Marseilles Brooklyn City Bristol Faraday London chateau Lafitte Bordeaux St. Romans i Ndon. Arrived out England at London cd Rassla at Glasgow Silesia off the Lizard state of Pennay Vanla at Glasgow. Louisville. August. 11.6t c september year. Short ribs May 10.1.5c june 10,30c july 10.45c August. Whisky steady at $1 16. Cattle receipts 4,000 shipments 2,121 quiet but Small receipts renders Sellers less anxious to sell and prospects of a better Market. Choice to fancy steers weighing 1.5.50 Iba. And upward. S6 50ci 6 65 extra <io., averaging 1,300 to 1.500lbs., $6 2-vj6 40 Good shipping steers $6 10<a6 20 fair medium steers$5 7.%6 of. Hogs receipt 9,600 shipments 2,88.3. Prices about 5 �15c per 100lbs. Higner. Better demand ii laity fair sales of fair to Choice smooth Light 17 97 53 for Bacon grades 16 90<97 45 for fair to Choice mixed weights of heavy and Light and $7 5007 80 for Choice to fancy heavy thin Light $6 2506 50. Heep Dull. Sales chiefly at $4 7505 50 per 100 jew York Stock Market. New York april 18.�?the Stock Market in the Early dealings today although irregular was in the main higher the Advance in some instances having been quite marked. New Jersey Central Rose from 79% to 79% Hannibal a St Joe from 40 to 43, and preferred from 86% to 91%. Northern Pacific preferred Rose 1 per cent to 89, Richmond a Danville % to 63, and Richmond a West Point terminal a to during the afternoon there were Sharp raids on Union Pacific Central paid Fly Chicana Burlington a Quincy and Northwest common which declined 2 to 2% per cent the general list however yielded Only % to % per cent., and closed firm at % to % per cent the Wal rash company a secured Tho assent of its stockholders to the Iron Mountain lease Tomti Aifa the qom Shioo u now def lately set fed. Money a easy and the rates for Call Loans ranged from 6 to .3 percent the receipts of currency from the West Are increasing and Exchange on this City at by Jouis and Chicago is quoted at 50075c Premium. A Bio Deal at St. Loci. By. Pottra april 18.�?the largest single trades Ever made in Grain options on the St Louis Exchange were made today when t. A Bowman and Ben Clark each sold a round lot of a half million bushels year wheat at $1 Rigi. The buyer was Ben l. Barnes who took the million bushels without winking. The total Purchase of year m heat by Barnes today must hav been somewhere in the neighbourhood of 1,500,000 bushels. G. Bowman was approached shortly after a he Trade waa Mode and asked where he expected to get the who fact with which to fill Bis a ale. A a ill get it somewhere Quot said he Quot or else ill pay out the differences As 1 generally do. No sir. Ill bet that i buy Back that wheat by tomorrow night at a cent the question of wages. Lopi Svitt april 18.�?the Rush of bus in Ess with the painters has Given them it seems a to ask for better wages. At the beginning of the season they were getting $2 per Day. But since then a demand of an additional Twenty five cents has been acceded them and now the bos painters and the men urging another Advance. o., april 18.�?the stove Mold Era strike Here font Noe. The co operative stove company say they will give Union men who quit work thirty Days in which to return and at the end of that time will employ a Force of nonunion workmen. Serious trouble is threatened before the strike is ended. Pitt Satoh april 18.�?there is no change in the situation in regard to the tanners strike but it is believed that the trouble will be amicably settled soon. The cause of yesterday s strike was a reduction of $1 per wee in wages. Four Hundred men Are employed Altos Ether in allege by City tanneries and the works Ore running now about half handed. Burin gitlesiii., april Law the condition of aft air at the rolling Mill remains unchain red. Until further orders from the governor the state militia will be held in readiness a i tit another riot the inquest on the murdered men was resumed this Moru lug. Tho troubles la Congo. Lontok april 18.�?the troubles on the Congo increase and threaten to involve All the other races which have interest there As Well the French and natives. Portugal has taken alarm and the portuguese governor whee province lies South of the Congo has been obliged to ask for assistance from the Home government to place him in a position which at the Best can do Only of armed nen frailty. The government has shown no inclination to interfere but a portuguese Corvette has Beck sent Down the coast and will be followed by one of the new gun to its. This will make Portugal As Strong to armament As any Power on Tho West coast. The French have not been Idle and have taken Possession of Loango to the North of the Congo where there is an excellent port and have of Porta Negra. There is a great Deal of danger that a conflict wiil be brought on Between the French and Stanley parties who Are on the River and even an Cecii denial meeting Mayal and time precipitate hostilities. _. Chestopal Oft expelled from France. Paris april 18.�?the French government has is used a peremptory order expelling m. Chas Topaloff Tiroui the country after having him quietly placed under arrest and d i tailed for some Days. His of Elisc was not a Crim and not Pon Shabie under the Law and the action was taken solely to relieve the government of a socialist agitator whose presence in Paris was distasteful to u and annoy iii to Russia. The Only charge proven against him was the of a package of Money 011 the wrapper of which was a print of a nihilistic Seal. In expelling him the government is carrying out the same policy which it did in the secret arrest of m. Whether who was in prison for live Days before friends knew of Nis conf lenient. He was then expelled from the country. M. Cha Stopa lofts exp Taion is made under cover of the Law of 1840. The anarchists have made both these cases an excuse for Many meetings to which they have indulged in wholesale of what they allude to As the bourgeoise Republican Germany a Coa Tesalona to Tho work log . To Jodok april 17.�?the recent message of emperor Wilhelm to the Reich Stag recommending More Liberal legislation in the interest of the working classes creates uneasiness both Here Aid at Berlin for it betray distrust of France and a desire to neutralize the influence of socialists in Germany As Well As to cover a Eon tem plated military movement against prance contingent upon certain events. Under orders from Berlin a fortnight ago Gix divisions of German cavalry and four army corps Ware ready to Crow the French Frontier. Will Bismarck permit t lok Ivok april 19.�?the Bally news in a1�ad-ing article a ays that in the event of the affair with Annam involving France in a War with China it is understood that Pranee will confine herself to blockading chinese Poris a she is very Well aware of the difficulties of an expedition to Pekin. The news adds Quot it will be a very Serinna matter to Stop Trade Between chins. America England and Germany and it will be Worth while for France to consider whether Prince Bismarck will submit to such _ Germany and Froncz monarchy. Berlin april Law the Nord deut he Zeitung replying to the comments of the French press on an article which it pub Sci recely save that if the monarchy should be restored iii France it is not very skely that Germany would declare War a gain St Tho former country forthwith. She would probably await an attack by Pranee. Which would soon be made of under certain conditions the restored monarchy could probably be induced to declare War on Germany without a warning. To prohibit explosive. London april la Tho Home office has issued a circular directing the attention of the ice Al authorities to the importance of vigilant observation in order to prevent persons getting Possession of explosives and materials from which explosives Are made. A Reward of �100 is offered for information leading to the discovery of any person engaged in the illegal mama fac Ture of another English Dynamo it explosion. To a Ndon april Law a Box said to contain sex Plosive of was found alongside the Cathedral at amp Alf Bury last night. The Cathedral la now guarded by tiie police. A explosion of in posed dynamite occurred in a it it Ai cellar under the Barracks at Dover. The Shock shattered the windows and tumbled Down chimneys in every direction. Nooe in England. London Panl 18.�?the City and suburb a race came off today. It was won by Roy Sterer Lowland chief second. Sweet life Sid third. The race or the Stamford stakes at the York Spring meeting w it won by Seward Moonstone Ovid Irene Niue third. R. Keener a Crown Point came in last. A town blink Crook in command. To cask ares. T., april 18.�?a Disir Telic Haik Calabasas last night say that a prospector we chased to within three mile of that place Tate evening. The town was surrounded last night by campfire and signal inf had been going of yesterday from the Tarrou uding mount Ell Tho citizens Are mounted and awaiting an attack. A special train from stamp he Ankuca to on its Way with a troops. Captain Mack and hta rangers arrived there yesterday. He say Thev traced the indians who killed the to Conw family into the Sierra Madre mountains. Two Seoul who got in sight of their Camp in a deep Canon counted sixty two warriors and he much Booty and a Groat Many a Nora Al. The Elpaso tone says editorial in a Genoron Crook will sve supreme command both Ltd Tho american and mexican too. Aud will Elk a in of san Carlos apaches. He will move into Sonora. And i a most vigorous Campaign will to immediately begun a a social sensation Nio match Between a Chicago Boll a fart physician declared Oil Chicago april Law a social sensation been created in aristocratic circles by the that the marriage of min Smith daughter of Perry a Smith the known millionaire to or. Warren of Pari ton been broken of the court slip was some Tok romantic and occurred last year in Paris Okito the Smith family was abroad. Or. Warren. In betrothed Lover sailed for America to Fofiu his Promise but miss Emma a to brother has gone to new y Ork so it s stated to head him off. Strange a mors Aro afloat but no explanations Are offered. Tho father has just been sent to a private Yasuto Asylum and a conservator has been appointed for his Large estate. Or Warren attained Greot renown abroad by coring the chief of a pet loss tribe of a do finessing Ai Raein. If the med Lent Lover succeeds in reaching Chicago safely it interesting and highly dramatic Denone Menelli expected. A Chicago . The body of a Denver a amp a Owid la the bluer. Chicago april Law this evening the body of win. H. Ancl revs. Cashier of the Windsor Denver col., Wii found floating in the River Afi the Van Burn a treet Bridge. The body Asti evidently been iia the water about three wee Fca. It showed Marika of violence and fool Plajer is suspected a it la rumoured Stoa the do Censori became involved in Troat a with some parties concerning a very pretty woman residing Here. Robbery a eve Loeb not the object of the persons Samsing his desk As his clothing contained All the jewelry ceased was supposed to have worn daring Hii visit Here lie stopped at the grand Pei ski hotel March 24, and deposited $180, which la still there to i credit. He was last soms March 26. The Case is involved in the deepest mystery and a thorough investigation Wilf to made tomorrow by the Antho Eithea. Let Bim . Alleged Alma Bonse Aba sos a death of mrs. Lila Parsell and Thomas Jonov a Bowdry Brevet to. Looi Bville. Kv., april 18.�?recently charge of some flagrant abuses at the City Alim House were made by a Man named Hamilton who had been in charge of the drugs provided for the institution. These charges were that poor and insufficient food was Given the inmates that the management of the institution profited at the expense of the City and that so Little attention was Given to cleanliness As to invite sickness among the inmates at All times. Today the Lemuel Hyatt stated to a re Piaf tar that he had decided to take no notice of these charges since they were prompted by the recent Dos Missal of har Ableton who naturally text sore thereat. He said that the almshouse would be found open to All visitors. Mrs. Lila Russell wife of or. John c. Russell a Well known Young lawyer of the firm of Barrett a ecu such died this morning at uie residence of her father w. George Anderson. She has been in poor health for some weeks but her death was sudden Aud unexpected. They were married in Jane last mra. Russell waa quite prominent in society circles. At a meeting Here today of the executive com a Tittle of the triennial Ime National school convention an in Vul Tina to hold the a Mau Agor in to to called upon by Robert Ford , april Law the Ford Brothers who brought the career of Jesse James the outlaw to a sudden close expect to make a professional visit to this City two weeks hence. The fact of their coming fills the mind of manager Kelly of the National theater with apprehension. Bomb Days ago the agent of the Ford Brothers wrote to or. Kelly asking if he could give the combination bearing their name a weeks engagement at the National. Or Kelly to reply wrote on a a total card in effect that there was no opening this year for the company Quot but in july. 1982,�?� he would be Happy to let the Brothers display themselves in his Hope. Subsequently the tanagers of the grand Central closed an engagement with the slayers of Jesse James and they arc expected Here in two weeks. Rob Eri fora sent a note to or. Kelly saying that he would Call at the business office of the National theater on Bia arrival and demand an apr Alcot for the reflection contained in the i it Ostal card. The letter to or. Kelly a mind breaches a spirit of revenge and his friends have advised him to make a Vlasi to some Mountain Retreat for Hla health while Ford Stopa in the City. Or. Kelly however has decided to stay and receive his sanguinary guest. Chaffee the Ghoul. The Roalso my Choi. Paris april 19.�?louise Michel has been committed for trial at the next Psiris we Zeona charge of inciting to riot own defense. 8h� will conduct her Bismarck much better. Beri in april 18.�?i�?Trince Bismarck is much totter. Got Knob a Prague a divorce. Unceremonious Way his employ a handled the in nor dead. Chicago april Law the member of the family of Thomas Mckee today Tell a horrible tale about the ghoulish practice of cd Affine the county undertaker who has made it 1 alleged Large sums from the Sale of pauper Corpse to medical colleges and is now enjoying his wealth abroad. They state that they lived on Lincoln Street quite near a barn rented and used by Chaffee. For the Post two years t Shafiee s men were accustomed to bring a Load of corpses to the barn during Tine Dav and then remove them to me Llull colleges at night. In handling the corpses the men used Rusty Caiu Trok and thrust the Hooks into the throats of the dead people haul i them along greased Plautz and shot them through a Hole in the Wall into a big Box in the Wagon. The dead babies and children were thrown from one to another of Tho men like Chiniks of meat. The stench was so Offen Alve from the barn that the neigh hoi s com pal net to the owner and Chaffee s men Lound other Quarter for their awful tray ii. Brutally a urdu red. Shrevetort.-la., april Law a gang of negro gamblers last a Light Ori itally murdered Robert Crawford an Inoff Medve old Fis Hennan at hard Traer Landing. The same gang captured a German named Kellner sad put both his eyes out. Hts state Monta regarding it to Trio Cler Gyman who recently married him. . April 18, re Ceiri marriage has been the Means of reviving the circumstances connected with hts Devon c from his first wife mrs. Kate Chase Sprague to ascertain what governor Sprague had to say Atout it the news representative interviewed him today. He said thai he never told the Clergyman that he had filed Tho first Bill and that his wife filed a Cross Bill. Furthermore the governor said that when be was married he told the clergy Man the Rev. Or mul-1than. That mrs. Sprague withdrew her allegations of adultery against him. And he cared her divo�?�3e on the Grouls of my support and desertion. His own allegations of adultery had never been exp Pretl from the records of the court. Therefore he stood technically As the innocent Peronti lit the Case. This id the governor seemed to satisfy the Clergyman and the Ceram my was perform nut a. The governor was asked whether u was really True that his allegation i of adultery had not been expunged and replied Quot Tho allegations of my Cross Bill stand Niay a it appears however from investigations that governor Sprague is in error on this Point a his Case is catered at Kingston of withdrawn. Quot avid Dersy beware a coroners jury Faila to Agron. Chicago april Law the euro Nero a jury whoa Fri held an inquest non the body of Edward bad Ford coloured who was murdered by another coloured Man Fred Atkinson failed to agree Yea ter Day and trere discharge to. Thia is an Nora Eden ted Case in official annals Here. De Paw Shannahan held a second inquest Todar the Teo Timony of yesterday was repeated and a Tkv Dooal was held without bail to the grand jury. Re belongs to one of the oldest and Moat aristocrat i coloured families which settled in Chiego to to five years sub. Tho Prosl debt a trip. St. Are gain Fla. April 18.�? Poona with president Arthur and party pm Rva for blog Auto 4to a Auto it a to is was Fine and pleasant they anti Cipa ing Savannah tonight mrs. Mercer the Pond Dent s relative lives at Savannah and she and the you Niela Dloss who have been with the pair for ten Days will leave the president there. Stilt Between billiard Taklo Compia Aloo Chicago april Jan the Rob Zvarick Pool at by Lilart table company have brought suit to the county court against the j. M. Banns Rick 4k Balke billiard table company for an Injoo Tion to prevent the use of name and patents. Elgin jewellers fall. Eirten iii., april a Tore of h. A w. In King jewellers was clo de last night by Tho first National Bank. La ability to meat not a was the cause. Death of a Chicago Joor Aalto Chicago april Law Walter Kercheval Flag Well known Marine reporter of tha died this morning of pneumonia. A to Nav Tod clerk. Boston april Kennedy a tax Utah clerk of m. S. 15age a co., pawnbrokers was arrested today on the charge of pm Belzung $18,fi$i, Seatten eed to hang Tallan assail 18.�?peter earner Ttoe been shiite need to to hanged to Leon Gouk a for the murder of Jack Perry. A Petty swindler. John son who was one of the of the Caurita made ii Ood. The wife Aon and the Story of a Hnit some a Oaing German actor and Tho be Miulan maturity he de Sortet. St. Lou 18, mo., april Law an interesting Case of wife desertion was brought to the attention of the police today. The he Otlea husband i Max Kranz a Handso Tae Joung German of eighteen years who pro a Esse in to to an actor. He has been a sort of Utility Man hanging around the Apollo theater a German theater in the Neutral part of the City. He poise coed but litle Host Rouie ability and found employment Only on rare Ocea rious when some German Trout a came along to play a few nights engagement at the a Ltd tip being an indolent id Low a my not Over anxious to work he was almost constantly and finally determined Buti warts Borrowa Carlo of and leave the City. A Good Many people mostly Germana of Small Means Loe lading children and Wosa Eai Are inquiring As to the whereabouts of one Jolt Schwartz known As the Captain. In a Brief a Journ of its than two years in Titis City to Toa succeeded in rain aug and deserting a Young girl and beating off Var Lou devices a and by o people out of Small a Ems of Money which to the aggregate must reach a Good sum. Schwarts was an orderly sergeant of cavalry to Xao Belm kingdom of Baden and it a finely appearing Man. With an impose Nof Luil itary bearing tto a cult of his train Long. On corp Lethig his military service he Leeama a clerk in one 01 the courts in his native City. In some manner he managed to sit Idle the for Erna Cut. Rassya out of 400 Marks but other say 1.200. Or about Faux Aud Fly tithe Eon try. A judges of on the Deal cation daughter d to Swartz whom he left in Baden Bavo since died. Here be worked at Shoenig Akong for or. Karaan. Of main Street and made love to a dome tic in site of the promo Cunt families. An followed and on the strength of it or. Assail went Security for Schwartz for a wedding suit Aud will Hare tto Bill to toy. Tha girl whose name is omitted for the present was told by Schwartz lost monday week to meet him at Hui Iki arding Louiie 011 a Liaison Street and they would get flirted. She came with trunk and other Ijuro party Only to he told by i Swartz that he had decided to go his Way and let her do the same. The cruelty of the blow nearly killed the girl but she had no one to go to for advice and her deceiver idec her and the Aarne evening left the City it 1� believed for Terre haute where he is to meet a widow of his acquaintance. He borrowed Varl on Suras at different times from diff Crent people. From his room mate he got to from a Man named lie got $1.5, and from amp Little apprentice boy he borrowed $1 to. These Are merely Sample amounts which he is know of to have gathered from time to Tirao. Arrangements have been made for his arrest in Terre u an to if there and Early in Oriya Tina is eagerly Awa Titol. German Saloon keepers to go Back t i Dennany. Max found it a rather Dimeus matter to carry Onti i intention a -i&Quot.,. Us wins without a Dollar. He do tired a novel Way rotary to Call a meeting when the a Uon of tto. A. A 1la the Russell and tooth Bills dlr oust a hid .4�lion taken thereon. The German Saloon keepers held a meeting pc Torday afternoon Imd after Admi Tung to member blk Chris Petri mad receiving Tho up Puc Lions of several others. It was resolved to reject the petition lot reinstatement ret trived Froais several cd Mcm tors who had forfeited their rights by failing to pay their Duca. It a no to ruined to Grant the privileges of the Assorto Tion to the widows of deceased inem tora so Long As the dues were paid by them. The Rny sell Bill Watts thoroughly dec distal and it was re buived to Roii Cust All Saloon be incr to cease trading with the ice company of which or but a till Ian Mcra Tat. Tie in Ott Bill came up for disc Talon and u was rep cwt that a number of prom Lieut at to Rucys Hud signified a will guess to test its . And make to it charge unless it War Tiecia Reil late Gnu. Or. Ilei iry d stated that tiie Browe w cad considered ii. , sad determined to test to legality but the Best Means to adopt for the purpose had been Token under coir a to crap Ken an would to sell cd up it to at an Eaily Date. The Saloon Kee Tota then Gretal to Lee gov enjoy Tami tot m concert with the Brewer and directed the a to raise the wind. Among his acquaintance was a mrs Victoria Mueller a mature widow who carried on a bus a is a a dealer in mat Trease. Aghoush or Early Al Ftp Brewers became known of respect to Tho memory of the Laie John la and we adopted after which an Dayou Nancut taken

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