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TOI.. XXXIV NO. 150.
INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY :, 1885 KK 1 HTKKN PAUl-l.
WHOLE NO. 10,21-1.
TOR C!IDT. Local tains an 1 partly
rloorty wrkthtr, follow 1 In western por
tUnihy fair waather. at to north snodi;
higher hromtr, ligrtly warmer.
If J AN
Auburn Cassimere Suit
It is a Mottled Grey Mixture,
mil wool, anil in a regular way could
not be sold under $15. Wo have
instructions from our Factory to
clofe this lot at $6 per Suit. They
will not last loiif; at this iigure.
At prices and terms to suit the pur
chaser. Our assortment is larger
than that of a1!1 other dealcrj in the
Order for TUNING, RETAIRIN3 and MOVING
xromptly attended to.
Theo Plain & Co.
12 rJ U Ifortä Fcsilnsb St.
Clocks and Bronzes.
Wa I ,
JEITELIRS; V East Uashicgton Slrcct.
4,lVhero can I got the moat
coaoonablo suit at tho most
In (lie Stars,"
to call and ice tbc apimdld nsortuicit of
srsuriAKDsiaoEB stuf j at
33 and 35 Soa'h Illinois Street.
BÜ!SEW Sl'ITä .to order from 120 M
TAN IX- " 00
ample au. fairs for Belt Measurement Hailed
Mease me mien this i epcr.
Clear. Pins Shingles.
E. H. F.LORIDGE & CO.,
. I'lrttr Alaim aid Mirjhnd Sh.
J - 5
1 rare rorsbaaol tho tarciture ana loa of thin
ilcte 1, and It will runnudcrthcna.iazcacnt
ct dnt rUu mansa-rr. of l-trge hotel experience,
to will aim to mane It th beat.two-.lollar ptr-
slay UoU'l in tiie cjuntrr. Wo Hens will bo allowe
on hoc or furniture, anil ail luprllo will to
Snrs-baad "iiot ctnh" ca delivery.!
arorM rru(eainu mu now be mads tor
rcerxi ami tard. aud iM patromol the botvi wit
relr tifon re ettvfrg good accommodat ion.
J1.1M1. WM. 41. K.NUL1SU.
recoiclion DaT llay 33. 1835,
Trie fint boat will leave for North ladlaatpalla
fron Lirh!;in Z'.ttxX or Yellow Bridget, far Arm
C'rtrj Avenue. L'orth Indianapolis, and then-r'.i-v
utkt regular trip, leavlai Aitchicau blrec-t
X-rLjs at a, lo, W, 2. and o'clock.
rzzo 10 Czzii E-c K7z7. .
Sage Otacrratlons of Person and
Things as Seen Through the
Iforcfcoi? of the Sentinel
Decoration Day Enthusiastically
Observed Throughout tho
A City Where Truth I Crashed tu Earth
t nl Mot Allowed to HUe Again
Special to the EcntlneL
WA'Ht.M.rnv, May SO. It Is IrapoisiV.Q to form
Otblng like a correct estimate of a rrcii!cut
character, until l.U jowcr La epitcl. It U dif
f culty to dUtlBrfUlfcü Impartial Iroa rrojullclil
judgment. Man icaMi rcau ihroagn tbe ciUbjr
of hl orn undersiandln?. The o'.HcCRoe'ier ap
preciatea the power of rrlnterk Ink. The pro? I
believed to have lnflu-ace with the adralalUA
tlou. In const'iueucc o! thtt it la addicted to over
tau went the newiptper turned from Its orUtaal
I'Urpcseo! rouveyin truthful InformatluD, be
coming a medium for the personal advancement
of tt.o individual, by i!attcrint the individual. If
cj enly reputed, the candidate ll!c o.T on a tn
gtDt, aylDg or writing thlcgs for publication,
coutalnltg i large per cent, of malice. A num
ber of elcmenta and intetetta coaiplre to make a
I'rctldent a mythical being.
The rower cf tlattery, wWely and delicately
tprad in ccata to ault the subject, ie upon "the hu
man heart" lito unshlne to vegetation, "Wö
thcofcc our frknas not for what they are, but for
what they believe ua to be," writca Ju-tgo m13!?.
Ey co one ia tie potency of 10ft wordi R3 well
ender'ilood at by the roan who haa been Ions In
public life. An eld CuiiRresmn will take.au
aunge Waa'.lL'gtou reporter and puIT Lint up ua
til he belltvea Liumlf a riatardi. In retain fjr
this elegau(e of bclkf a ready pencil euiblajus
an U!eal Keprcicntatlve of tome rcmo o Conjre
lional District. The Congressman trt-atel ty the
fciibe ia purely a iictlon. When the troth lup-
rcna toRitlntoprinttheycanitaenMtion. Truth!
1 1 alwMja crnhfd to earth In Washington and
Ufver allowed to rise attain.
In the reduction of the force in tho Teuton Io
rsrtircDt, mconlin? to a law of tbe Utt Con 4 res,
wfclrn provides that the service of IjO employen
l.all be dlupciued with, there ire ome uuc iecr
ful liiCidcntK. A woman, receivlog her diiuuAl
ytktr(?ay, letl to the f.oor in a Ulntluii tit, al
ua only rcKtorcd by t Ue greatest care. She u!
tun long In the Department and. no doubt, knew
ail ot what it m to be poor and unemployed,
t'ron tbe other hand, tome ol tüt-m receUol
tlic discharge without glnog evidence of pain. A
woman wi.00 lace was tinged wita African
bbZ-y. aaid to be tac gleitest
btrlty in Washington, read the letter
with a sialic. 1 ord. who t-ttt fail unJer the d.r.'
t'on ol lud!ey. n the stly, iu Uliin, pcu.'.l Un
n.outn and taiulu tbeui. aavl'i?: "If tho D.-rua-t
rat get iuto power jcnalons will be cut oT," was
d:iiDiied. lie wm never in tho arin7, but for
twentv five has loen ei cap-d ludrtwtr.a
fat in!ary, iliootlnc: ofT lila üiouth, und to. 104 He
iet d'on iljwn I re 'h-ties ol nn-a m he q'iic-
na in iii no ttari. u trie other hind. I will
hitikli at Li 1' l.t 1.. 1 ty and mock wheu Iiis f'r
on. tili. Jar ri'i-iKN,
Zt la Ucocrnlly OIrvl Throughout the
Ivuntiy locMenta unit tlccnrreoce
t Varlnua l'lnrea.
New YfT.K, May :J Decoiatlou Day beluga
legal holiday all the bank), exchange and "down
town" etüces were tkscd, and the city had muca
the r.rpcarancc of a holiday. The Seventh i:c;l
ment, h!le inarcblug from their armory to the
pesitien they were to occupy In the procession,
paraded past General Crant'a hotue. IbeC.cncra
stood at the window and reviewed the rvzimcnt m
it ritd rait lie hid on a skull cap, and was uu-aupi-ertcd
by hie cane. Mr. Grant, Colousl l'rcd
Grant and wife, Mrs. Jestio Grant and other mem
bers cf the family stood at other windows. When
Colonel Von waiabrcait of the house he saluted
the General, and the Utter lifted his right hand
and returned tho courtesy iu military fathloa.
Wncn r.cno and Gllso paacd the house, teir band
playing "Atlanta to the Sea," the General was
viMbly aCected. He ralutcdj in rcuroaio to the
lilted hats or the men. A groun of four gray
baiird men, wbo fought in the wilderne-M, stood
f 11 the tup of a houte opfoslte the General' rcsl
dttice, and on tl e Central' Hppcurauce lifted
their batr. (n noticing hit worn and caacla'.el
appiaiHnce thry were very much aüected.
President Cleveland btcakfatod at Horretiry
Whitnej'a houno thla iiiornlnjr. hot!y afterwtnli
tüneral McMahon arrived with twocoa:hc. The
General and the I'rcilderit entered one cirri:?,
and hccrctai ies Kndteott and Whitney the other,
and drove to tue Windsor Hotel. Theio they were
me t by the delegation from the G. A, it , and ei
coiled to the grind aiand, where tho i reldent
waa torivlcw the petade. While at tho hotel ctrds
were Ftnl In to the ('resident. Ttc latter. It is he
lloed. Mill leave town on Sunday nftcrnoDii.
Tho cnlir" city to day prcnenu l a lioli ly ao
ptarintr. Ua;;i üuttered from many public ail
rrivale iu.ldiiiK. The stritt, upci itly alau ;
tue routü Ukcn by ti.e prc slou,wire üllcl wit.'i
I on c, and Irge irowd were ithcied In tho
putlic Kiuarc. AU the monument in the
ouarta cre decorated with flowers aud bunting.
1 ho j rcceskiou of the G. A. R and accompanying
regiment started at about 11 o'clock aud murclc t
down to the grand stand wi cre the l'rel'lc?it uu 1
Imfiltn l rvvtewed it. .r.eral Hiiaicr role at
the bend of the llrt dirtlou of tl5 Nttoial
(iuard. Hehlrid him was Ma surf. Then cama
the Twenty second, N'toth and l.lcveuiii roui
Mitnta, Fecond J't' ry ot artillery and the 1 irt
lUtterv. Mevf-uth, Sirjty Ninth and I Irst relra?nt.
All of the oi'lcua saluted the I'rcsMent, nod ho
dotted ids hat. Then followed the dli'.cient potts
of ti e Giand Army of the Republic aad thvir in
viU'd guct in anläge. Amon tbe pro.nfn Mit
veterans p;t ent were '.encrala Heury K. ic,
Henry Usrnum. Johu Cochran, Charles
sunr. Dulel K. t.'ctlca and Kdward Jar lino,
lie 1 Ire Department was aUo repreated In the
pi-ctalou. Noah I.. Karnam I'ot, N., 4 A wut
to New itaren. Conn , to dorat the grave t
('olocel Fart ham. At the grind atand icid
tte Dresidctit nd Secretaries Whitney aud Kndi
cott. wer l'otmatcr General Vila, General lUn
eo V, Mayer Grace and General Daubleday.
Ibr tarade iu Brooklyn was a grct am -?ei.
Firgs f ew from all tli p ib lcbulldlngeand runy
private daellins. 1 he courts aud public o:li v-i
were chcd, and all tne tuoiiunifou In tho ci tv
were adorn d lth flower nnd ila;i. Tnomll
ttry and the varlou pos'. of the G. A. R. put le ,
i d were ieiewc i by Gorernor ll ill and hi
l.ctiMiiii', Ky., May CO Th torub o!Unfrl
7ti barlh Injl.-r. at tbeold Taylor hominten l. tx
liit.'e from thetttr. w di-corttvi Kt doou toiar.
A larK crowd look part in the ccreraonlci, many
Mexican veterans be.cg present The monument
w e'Mi i-ratety drcoretri with wrca'h. ft f r
and flat. At itio btor tbe nft 101 a I'fo Ui
I Klureof the Mi.'or (ietitnl and cvrrcsMoit lu a
wem frarn. The entrance to the tomb wa a?rln-
klrd wltli Sown od heavily Jrpnl rltu n
fonal cplota, Everywhere an evldeuco wa uottea-
tliie cf lt eonsumcate care that hat bc?a txtt-
rtif d in arranKtDt: for th celebration ct the tr.
Muir-ril aiiorr- br rnetl Jium r'cta anil
C-treia; irten CI17 Faith, of LouUriue, were
IhrtUTtiol tbe Federal tot Iter wre atrewu
lib Mower tbi a.'ltrncou, and the nnul decr-
lica ttt2(ti(!o cone tnroan wlili. An at
dr waa dedvrred bv Co onel 1. . Morrow.
Um 1 Ott. May so. lb weaiber ttre a, nmtrr
on the obcrvaa e of Memorial Day in this city.
At in curly hourtbo decorating cdtamltusci trU-
lt(d tbe toldler' mooumeni and tbe rm?tcry, ap
propriately dt klon tbe arave ot the rlfaJ.
Ci innati, ü , May Memortai Di wn ot
tervrd here by a rroocMion ot the First Kfilrueut
CMo Natlocal Uur1 and ibe raral n t ot tbe
Grand Artnyofthc Kcpubltc. The soldierV graves
wert'itrcvn with Cower at Cprlog (irorc and
other cemeteries by the band of daughters of vet
eran l.MTiE Ko k, Jtfav r.O. Decoration Par was gen
erally tbamcd. Tt.t gritM of ex Fe-lcnl and
ti e onfederate loldlera In the National Cometi-ry
end Oakland Century wen decorated by the
r-tr-":irl tt-jt:: d tr-y V' rvAcz -
were ty Colortl T. IS. Gibson, an ex-Cjnfe leri'e
o:d:er, and Cnnsrc r.an J. II. I'.ogcrs. Th. m
ttr dance a lrc.
M:iior.r, Mai., My 30 Constables to day re-fc-td
Post it. A. !L, cotraui-e to the 'athol!c
c ii ttery, in iccordac-c witk l ather Cuddihcy's
cidrs. ILe nrmbers of the p', lioive.',
(limbed ott the 'e:i'e. aad d orat: l tie craves,
after wbloh tty retired. Th3 dccaratloas wjrj
rREhUYTEKux (;lm:i:al assuuuly
Vmton lteport Itecetved nnd I)loe! of
Mlicelianeoci 3I:ttten Dhcasied,
f iN' In natt, May :'.0. Atlüe Fresbyttrian Gc:i
trarAri.u:bly this morning a report was ma le on
the I'rettyttrlan alliance held LW year Iu I.lfaU
Irtlrd. A litter wat read f;ora the "Free lade
I indent Church o.' r-ohcmla."
The Council aj nMnted a standing committee,
cue ecilon o be la Great Lritatn and one lu
America, iLvolving an o itlay of !C.C00 per year,
this country's Ure telag ,'J0.
A Committte cn Feeble Churches ou the conti
ttnt of Kuropc as a.'so appointed, whlcl i t
rUe of which SlO.CtO Is x;ih ted ir:ui the
l resbyterlau Church cf this country.
'J lie Committee oa the I'oard of Aid of Cut e ten
and Aiaden.ka reported that the total receipt for
theytr-r weie J40.C4J. Seven new lnsiltiitlon
htve expended liTt.Ti'o upon thtdr own propertr,
and jl6 tU bat been given to tltm by the boird.
Ihe liarrative of the state of religion wai re.il,
ilowitg a grli;yirg growth . throtighout ti.e
Ihe teiert on neerolozy waa road, shawinx that
10i miuuters bad died during the year. One ol
theie was 110 yean old, two over ninety, an1 foriv
lis c over nventy year of ace. Ffty-flvo tf thee
were cot In the active work of the ministry, hav
ing been laid aflde mostly iront the luliruiity ol
The report of tbc General Assembly Trustee
shows ibat the m iot of the year were )7 37n
expt cdl!ure t4 h.0. and ttht thero Is credited tu
ibe stated Clerk ? :1J,5.1.
The report on the Drtbjterlau Hoise of Dalit
delpbia lndic nUi tCat tho total recelpti were fJl,
610. nd total expenditures $20.3jo.
The anunal rcvott of lb j fcuted Clerk showed
that :.'..ya7 had bten recelvid by blm and ta-U
:. 9,167 had been expended. Tho commlitfe re
commended that lCoJ by ad-led to biaailary thts
year because of the extra labor ptrlormcd by him.
Tbe United I'resbjtertAn Cliareh.
Ti-fka, Kas., May ;'C. The fourth day'a session
of the Unite 1 I'rebjteriKn A-emb!y convened
to-day. The Commlitee on the Union with the
Aim elate ltefcrmyncd or the f-'onth wut pre tent
ed. It rccomracndi a union, and after conslicrn
b'e difcurion was adopted. The report of tbe
Commltteo on Temperance wa presonto! and
made the snccial orlrr for Monday, A memor.iil
was presented from the conrenttou of Neoi. O.,
iciativo to Instrumental muhtc in churches Tne
report of tbc Committee on Home Missions wat
next taken up for consideration. All of the report
aCopiel except porrohi la contiovery.
julte & d -cusslou m had on the adoption of that
p it'on regarding the reniOMil of It?v. C. ll. tirallb,
ol the one- llu&dred and sixteenth direct Church,
of New York City. The commltteo raernrumend
his rcrcoHl. Farther consideration ol the mitter
will come up under the no-;d ol uu'Jnishcl
was irriui:i: 01: urinuy
Jeneral Crnnt'a Siroggle With the C.rtm
AloDler t lie Night All Hope IV Abaa
ilooed The Pmdoii aud the Doctor
Moth llxert Their skill.
Nrw Ycr k, May S i. The following Incident of
tbe r.Iht edt which General Gruut was believed to
tc ljfiig is now for tbe first time related: The
family were gathered abound Gineral Grant, every
member crying. Tbe General rcc.Iuel in ono
chair, with his pillow behind him, and rcMcd bis
fe ct oc another chair. Dr. Shrady was Kleephi?
In another room.' Iu rusutd Dr. Douirla aud
roused bim wHh the or is:
"it's all over!"
"Nhat!"!d 6hrady. "Do yon mein to ay
that the man Is dead ."'
"No, int dead, but be will be in a few in! unter.
!otbiug ein save him."
Dr. fchrady Jumped ui and ran Into tho room
where the Genersl wat. Mrs. Grant, weeping,
reached out her band and raid:
I Ijfscs, do you know me?"
The G neral a chin wü icailiu ttpsn his bretsi.
lie slowly raUcd his head an J a1d:
Dr Newman exclaimed: "It I all over; I will
lie went quickly into nother room. p,)t a silver
bowl, lilhd It with water, caou l ak, dropped his
band Into It, and Mid :
'I bar tiro tbc. Ulyci lnipio;i (Jr.in, In the
it it tc of the l-'atbor, bow, and th.iy Go''1
The titcetal slowly ral-ed hN head, mid re
marked: "1 thank you." Then, turning to Iii
fml)y, be raUod oco band, and uttered tie woro:
1 lift vu all." To Dr Newman, ho obmrvjd:
D etor. I Intended to attend to thin myself."
Mt anwhtlc Di rhrady and Douglas were aw
suiting with e h other lu the corner. The itri'i
tiiii luieiiso. Dr. louwls anld :
"lie will die, sure, lie has gene; tho pa'.so La
left the wrut."
Dr. hhrady, a if struck by lnsjdration, replied,
"1 will give h!m brfludy."
"Vou can not do it; he can not 1 wallow," sa'.d
I wm give it to him hyrodermloAlly," Mwere l
"ilow much 7" asked Dr. Douglas
A Inrrel full if riecexsary," retorted Dr. 6'.ra ly.
Dr. hbridy rushed Into another roo n. "liar-
Ilsen." said be to tho man-srrvant, "hari; rou
bratilj ?" Kan lion answered. "i," and han't 1
bim some. lr. Mirdy rnsiiod b(.x. and grn tM
(iiceial ghtrltuMfal In each arm. Ho r't. l,
thepu!o rciutued to hi wrhi, nnd bis life wts
Dr. Newman walked Into an adjoining rennt
with Dr. .hrady end ake 1. "Doctor, how 1 he?"
"I dru't think he will dlo." atd the doctrtr. "Oar
ptnyetshare ben anw red. ' said Dr . Nwmti.
"I ti.luk it wits brandy," rcar(,ndcd Dr. fe.irady.
llortlble .Aparhe Ootrngea-Tlie Dhlillns
Tioon, A. T., May C '.-A silrc-r City ipc:!ai
lays the todies of Colonel l'hlllip' faiully, mur
dered by the Apachta, have b?cu Iroagbt In. All
arc horribly mutilated. The daughter had been
hung up alive by a meat hook stu:k In the back of
her head. Mrs. Diitllips' eyes bad been gouged
out, ears m i breasts cutott aud otherwise bru ailr
mntllatid. Tho eltijus are fraatle that such oat
taRes thould U perpetrated without check..
Hocorro, Ncnr Mexico, Alarmed
Gai Vi 10N, Tex , fay CO. A prc!l to the Nws
frcm 1.1 1'aio aya the r sidents of 6ocoro, N. M x ,
arc ttcomlcg greatly alarmed for their outly'in;
mining and ranching districts. Mouey Is bring
laUed to ciulp a comi tuy of cowboyi top iiuc
ttronlmo. A train kit here to-nlht for Lt
Ciuics, N. Mex., where it 1.1 tdc up M-jr
Fountalu ar.d ulaAty rcsa, who wj:i go a; o:p i to
the relief ot I.ako Valley, which ia threatened by
Tlit r.o y Hint lillled Dongherty n Tele.
Cm o. May 80. Tbe boy who ltUb-t and
killed llukli Dotiütcrty, reo t i three bojs who at-
. - . V . V. f - 1--. IV.. a . - ... t , & . . . .
roiK, iouri.e o.u, rmpioTc as a icie;ripn
rcciMnjcr. He reclie that the three i-oji akcl
: dim for tobireo tod that be rri:ie1 lie had none.
uv vi iura li ra, i,r a ' , ii.iu, HU' '
atHtllorMsr.. Koibrccl fan, t;;t CiMta tney
ere vaintDS tiou hint be Ireor Id pocK-t-katfe
ard fif cl at bay. He warned Itcn n arp '.ry,
KouilsLlng his knife, Dougherty ran upjn him
and reeelTcd the b!ade in the nerk. Uothroct did
not ?eain until this niornlntr that hs lat killed
Tousherty, aud bft bern aobbtog and cryin ever
Hdw ttliic luIonr.Mol lt. Ha U unlcr arrcit.
lilt cmiloycra give him a very good name,
rxi'lotlnjf l rty Rtnl Stiitaiilol Ltkr,
Qvi t tc. May So. Msjjitchf a bare Just been re
celvcVAhcre from tbe Dominion of Canada ex
plorlci ptirty now at I akc Miitaulni in tbe North
west op to tbe time that the dispatches left. Tbe
explorers were unatle to speak positively as to tbe
dltntciloa cf tbe lake, but they had little doubt
it would be found to exceed In le Lake Ontario.
Atnrtrycf tsaltxeasl clinical l-rrtct'raof
V: : r: 1 t: c:r;';::l la
August, and the return of the txpcditiou may be
looked .'cr esr'y in the fad. Ihe coiatry sur
rounding tha lake I ad circa-1 y been proaoiiccl
by the geohigioAl trauen ot the expedition n
prcrxl.icg gr.at mitie-r.! wccltn. wiiiie for a-rl
ultntal puj rots it will be pisctjral.y vai nlu-s.
The lke tsas compleuly fro.-rm ever on Novem
ber .0 UkU For the month of Jauuary the mean
temperature at MItMni wr.s 12 dvire bc.ow
rero. I'or rpvtral days together tho thomomcter
ugltttred 18 dtgrtra bdow, an t cu one fc'on
42 liesrtts below. All the Indian ncrth of IDirl.t
of Land in li e Ml.tatnl District. a liomuul'y
hrS'.lars and members of tie ChutOi of lln
glar:d, ihtlr spintual svtu'a Lein min V. r; t to
by tubep HoidcL and tls cUrsy, cf Mooe i- o; t.
Jl ir.ta Fay.
A Texau'a l iendlah Crime.
Km lNAi, Ttx., May TO. A feud hsa for acme
limecxhttd between a Fpsniard, Gambiao Hll
srlau, liTlns at Itaccho S.cta Tajafa, tvo mlla
from here, and hla half brother, Cripla Alvan
do. inmblDo sjcins to kwt been a psactaV.e,
hard-worl'.'cg man, while ( rl'piu wai a worthless
and yirdictive coward. Ulibt before list, ao.it
1 oMt tlvGiifpi.i wtr.t to the bouse of Gimblno,
and alter UioeXInir hi the door, re-i'ieted bis
brother U rote ou. drolarlnc that h
dil tot want to ii-'l.t, bu: hal c-)cu? to
Kttle tltlr dUputo ctliblc. .lir.Viio
aroe and tvtnt Idio tne vard. vvUiio it a word of
wri in; il-fdu raided a run rnd shot b'.m in tie
aide. aiLb!i)o ratitd for the ho'i'e on . r in.
Lot Cil-pin tlri'i acain, bnulntr tbe wo nu'.ad
renn to ht kcees, Giimbino wa- dragvl I :x tae
hcuje by bis wifp, who barred the !o)r nod üs
patthf d ler thlrti en-ytar-ild son for I riuf N-o
8!('arjo, hr hustaud'a biother-in-Iaw, InUis
marly, b'aldaro errlvtd, but was rur.ie 1 lu'o
the l.ot;se bvCriipin Alvarado. who sbol Mm
three timer, killins; him iastonily. Crispin then
d'f appeared, l.nt a afierwatd captu d lv a
pnsfo. Tbctauc of tbc trouble was Gaoiblno
cilvisn's wife, who 1 ad been ciralnaily latini:e
with Crlp!n Altarado.
MunrVr aud Suicide.
Lr.v KNW'O.Tit, Kas., May 3J, Kooert Ero'dJus,
aprofperous young cattleman, shot It C. Join
son, an architect of this city,' this cvenfnr, and
then coooiaitled luiclde. The shooting was caused
bv tro attentions Johnson bad been paying to a
MI?sWocd.a tcathcr lu the e Ity trhoolü au.l a
h'gbly nspicifd joung lady. Droaddus aud Miss
eod, it la said, bad bsen eugBged to bo married,
but the ma ich wa broken o:t. Tbl evening
Joncion was walkiqg with the ladv, wticn Bro1
d;u ro!e t:p and flrcd at him twice. Joacoa re
treated to a a'.oroeiid and i'.ro!ii lui tired, sliott
ing three' timca more. He then rcruosntcd. ro le
home std shot bimrcll dead. Johus)n h.ts two
wound in his breast aud one lu the back, and
pbyiiclans fay he can not recover.
Dctecttvea fjtnrttd After 1'reller's 3Iar.
br. Lot 1, May n Jamca Tracey, of th? det.ct
ive force, and acting as stato agent, Härtel to
night for Aucklatd, New Zealand, where 1 e will
receive tho murderer, Maxwell, who killed C.
Aithur I'reller at the So ithern Hotel overa month
aeo, and brir; bim bark here for trial. Tracev
la eccciupaulcd by Special Oilicer Gcorw W.
iiagf. who will act as guard. These o-llco:
will teadi San Francisco on Thuraday rext ud
rail fcr Auexland on the 6th of June- Tracer is
fuiuMiod with very carefully prepare 1 t 'mll
ticn taper.', and it Is believed that he will m.et
wim no particular difficulty In procuring M.x
wtll. The ltceeiitly Appointed Consul to Muo-
Mh.wapkek, Wis., May 0. A. AnJeron,
the newly-appointed Consul General to Montr -al,
bin r sided at Lflcrcfisealcco be came to Vs'iscon
ain from New llngland. lie has always been a ra 1-
ical Dcrcociat, and first acquired a reputation as
po itieai macajer in liTG, when he aa Chair
itan of the btate Central Committee, lu 187 ') he
was uomiratcd for 1 letenant t-overno", but went
cown with the wrick whUh btfel the Dt'moeratic
ticket on ek ction day. He has bten Chairman of
.he I'f inccratic Stte Central eomrjitte'j for the
ja-t live yearn. Outtide of hU couneetiou with,
tt at etile he if but little known beyoud tbc lo
tailtieaof J acror-se.
The Dftroag by Flood at Waco, Tex.
Galmsion, Texas, May CD. A d 'spate a t. Hie
News from Waco says: "lie Drazos Iilvcr at a
oVViL last night had fallen even feet from de
highest point. At lead 150 dwelling and business
Pontes woie submerged. live ry available workman
bss teen 'timue.i jn iearing tho bulldini and
atreetf. Tbe ct'matcd damage t elty proptt-,
not Including railroad propnty. will n-aert flO'j.
1.00. Thiee ("luartcrs of th!- dama3 was .-a-tttno I
iu l ast Wm o. Mxticu bridge in McL.llu Cirmir
arc knea 11 to have been washed away. No farther
I of of life 1 t rf,rfed. Keoorl 1 roii the cjuntrr
dl-trfets Jcd'cato thai the total lo-s in pralo ci-;s
will notexceid Ji per cnt in litis n.ctlou."
rubllcplrited Cltlsn I'land tuna Awk.
C in JNSATt, i) , May ftO.-Ltst winter nu n the
I ollcv and intlrrcary funds wcrj exhausted May
or Stcpl cui and feventctn other citizens borrow d
l(5,(C0 for city up, expecting tho Legislatur." to
proi!e funda for the repayment of the losn. T!
notes fall due In ten d)f, and allhougn boi. is
were authorized by the Legislature th.)y have u t
bten sold, and theso eltlzena appear likely lo r. 1
HiUdonto paythe nutts. They havo tallet k
met ting for next Monday.
Irou 8IIII fchnt Down,
Yit s. -ronN, O., May CO Tho irou mills lu
this city and tho MahonlrV Vtlley shut down lo
nlbt on account of the refusal of the nanuV-
turer to flgn the icale preif ntrd by tho Amalja
matet Association. Attont lo.tco a'vn r t'.irorrn
eutcfv.'rk ly this movement and tLe s rike
promista to be Ices'.
l'Artur Found (lullty of lau.iarnllty.
hr. 1'ai 1, Minn , Mat .:0. The coum 11 convened
by the First Paptlal Church, cue of the Urges' ai.d
mest Important places of worKhlp In the cty, to
lnvisllgate chama of untruil folnc an i ui
chastity atalust tue lato pa-tor. Ktv. K. It HiKll.
have found him gulit y, and iti oiamen Jet iiu be
deposed from tho ministry .
IUni 1 r. .v, Ky., May SO. Yesterday l'r. Tho:,n
attou and Charles Anderou met lu the rool j-.id
afltr a few srgry wor! between then, Dr, Mi't.tn
bot AtdcifMi ihrough ttu 1 It breast near the
heart. Nothlnu ia knoitn ci the origin of fie
lionblc tetwcvii them. Andtrsju can no. 10
lttrnk lo the Sh el Irou Slanufaeturera' V-
im-rt ri., May r;0 The Republic Iron V.rks
signed the Amalgamated Astoeiatlon scale to day.
This is a Ii el mill, and is a brekk from tbe s'uet
Pisnufacturers' nsacelalion feinied yc tfrJty.
Giber s'suaturcs are cxpecud before tJ uighu
Ueneral (iint.t'a Coudlllon.
Niw Yoi.k, May :C General Grant l.'pt well
LU 11'ibl acd tho'.ikl. loutet thau tiiual to aver-
to bis sleep for two dau pt. Dr, l)u;!as
:aytd ail t.i bt. and fk.itd this ioomir.it thai th
I in in ire Grrcral'a ear tad pushed aitay au 1 he
as ftiling Utter tl! morning.
llriiteopiithlat tu CoDaitliatlnn.
m. l eiis Mayrl The Weitem Aca bmy of
llorxocpaiby rtsume 1 1c eiious to-day and em
rlcjc d the lirco in the reading and div uisln of
laitiicJcitd tTiCfubc'f. er I'rfsHjnt H. 11.
Arret, wtoxiily arrived here iat tiUiit, prtnita
Nellie Cat.llrld !)ml.
JC 1 m. N. J., May .a Ml Nellie Cemicld,
utoiiothcrifll while ill at Mf- Pj'A'Ufi ceml
ray. in .ilelleviile, M. J.. Monday las', died this
inoinlittr. iis x ir-M.-i rKri for her act last
ivtuibg 'or the Hrs i time.
A Drnmmtr Sulrlats In Now Albany,
Lot iviiii, May SO. ücorge Forrester, a well
known drummtr. saiclJtd to day in New Albany,
lud , by JuropiQit front the ferry Into tho river.
He had Ucn cliiBklcs to cxcct.
Ottawa, 0n, May DC Christopher r.jblnwu,
Q. C. baa cudertsken to act aa Crawn proseo itor
lu Ii. trial ot Biel aud his soo:Utji, wblvu. will
probably take place at Regina in J aly.
IICBdrleke In Chicago.
cuu tr.o.Mjy na-Vif Prttücct Vtziriz-i ii
ir5 Vj tc;y tu ::-.-) iZ lr::
The Aitiicntictnif nt That IVacs Is As
ii;re1 Causes lliii!pr.ai to Iltlvc
nnd HloH Knilratlon.
Why Rueala Accepted Eoglfind'e
Propoeaa Anurchlsta Trltd
Drtd Sentenced With
out a Jury.
Since tho A nnoni. etiieot lhat Trace Va
Asscrrd the Industtiea of the Conn
try fchosv lireat Improve
tiiett Irish AH Air.
I.cM'on, May 130. Tc-day is the dul ct iievs
dey I Chdcu hss had tor Month'. Theie utir.i lo
be nothing gelnu on worth wrliine about. Allt.c
slattsmeu whose actious ncncral.'y furntsh the nti
ple joliiltal rewf, except Mr. (HHdstoue, arc a way
eujojicg the hol'dsys, aud the rrcm'.cr is resting
ewn 11cm tailing. The Liberals teem tjb;sMi
ikd with the Arifclo li's-Jiu iltu!ttljn. Too Coa
eivatitF, 1 owtvtr, are crow'ng over it. It i
leueraily biliived among the politicians that
s'a hs utict-d to allaw AfhanUian's claims to
both 7uificflr lud Marucbak. It dots not appear,
l owevcr, tli&t the Czar has agreed, even provis
ionally, to any treaty binding him to refrain from
further alvancer. Mau v efforts have been made
tDMcure Ircmblm luch ao egrtexeut, and their
Lüuie tetd to strcngtbcj the conviction
trat KusMa has limply dickcroJ" In order
to cflln litre, and that she is determined ta
( tbiliiue her t rOe'tots out!naid. The Coaserva
Uvea lind in tb! Ha'c of alt.. Irs a mojict forde
nucciat'.cg Mr. (i.'adtcti3's nunajtment of the
o:putc. The lory papers bel.e.-o that unless
Lntbla gives Kng'aud a guarantee against further
advanco southward, -ouped wltn n niedre to re
it tct the iLdepeudeucc 01 AfhaiisUn, there can
be po piObat'iilly of auy durb'.' p(;3.
lhemr.eialtublic.cn the other hand, ssem to
piece tee mo&t implicit eouCdeucc iu Mr di l
stont's natcm nil tnat peace is asarL Cudjr
tbc prt - pi ct teld ont by tois usiuranca a general
and maui.'c&t lmpiueu.ent i going cn in tba iu
ttustrle of the country. All the tuilding and
tiarsiortaticn traces are b'JT, farm laborers arc
In den and. bo. h at home ud in the coioak.
Hie iinDtigraiion icturna even bow a de
clitic, blr I baric Düke, the troublesome
Kadlcal member cf Mr. (ÜadMore'a Cabinet.
aLd the bend and front of the rebel. ion against
Ihe reucwal n( thei'tint-N aef, has not.it appears,
let 11 eob verted by L'irl h'pcbier, thclrii'a Yucroy.
'lte Lord. Lieutenant has lasis ed ou the renewal
of the bill, an d it is Kenetally thought was tne
main iLilueme whlca nduted Mr. ( aJstoue to
f onmit tbc Govetnt.iciit to the reue wal policy.
When Fir f harlca Düke rtbelicd agaln-t toe re
newal and tucceeded in t-nMtllng the cabinet oa
the (4iiiEtiou. ihe l'reniit r toac.agcd.it is Mid, ta
bat hlra Invited to Dublin to atteud tho meetings
cf 1 be commission on houslDg tbe Irln poor, as
a Minhterlal vUitor to tne Irith Cajlul S t
Char'es, tt n irsatter of C'c re, bicimo the g io-t of
tbe Viet toy at lublin ('aotlc, nd tbo hope was
that tail ppenter would be hole, by showing him
ibe lrith situation In some new li:hi, to
rt Itasl nl!ij!Rto his oprositloa to
the t.overnmeut'H annoureed prograum)
on the renewal policy, fcut it icons tLat Karl
i-jcui er'a mUslonary work had been la villi, and
that -lr Charles returns to London p2rfe:'.iv in
tracablc. The rcjuit will ptobibly be a bick
down ou the I art of the iovfirnmcnt, wulch will
prcbat ly set out of its dilcmtr.a by lutroiaclu a
Laimlcta bill, to remain iu fcrco at.o.it a jt-st.
lhie cu hardly be a doubt now that ilia Mar
qi;iof ilnrtingtou. Sec retary for War, the oth.r
ministtri! holiday vHltor to Ireland, found hlru
telf, on personal examination ol the Irls aiuia
t:ou, thafcle 10 juttliy the Uorrruia?nt a nttitode
ou the rfnwa and wat llit fact lies at tne bot
torn of the ludhpcsitlcu which he gave as tbc rea
len for cancelling all his e njagf taents to mike
ipeeches throughout tbe Western district.
!-!r fctaiioid Northeote, the Tory leader lu the
licut-e of Ccmmona, i.s ill, aud hai a:inouncd his
lutcpticn to go titon a sea voyage for the benefit
ol hi htaitti. 1 be issue of tbe Irish World ot the
late dato ol Mavis has been proclaimed in De
land. Ihe luMlu f reeman's Journal tublisiies a
teltgram ftom Home, creitod to "an authoritttlve
sotiee." wblt h sta'cs positively that Dr. Wili, of
Mayiiooth Col.'er.e, and Ndtlonal, will be 11 a in od
by ti e at:eau to succeed idc 1-tle ard nai
icte r.s Archb aliop r.f Dublin. Tha tcleca n
sat 11 at the aypo ntaitnt will not be anuoaucvd
C atholic U't'ei in Dublin ar a!o cmfllent
that it. Walsh will le appointed. '1 ne Committee
of tt e Dublin .CorporAUOD, to which tbe tnAMcr
wa rt ferred, has decided to combine the nvlon
si.'ltivii- imbleuia In a cdy liir. wh!c. hoicc
h rth will bear a hsrp on a jrecn ground, ind
m hith will d)plij in cue quarter throe : isilei 0:1
a blue grcucd.
lr:h pspd of alioualist symnathlos drplore
ttc alltgcd attempt to di rciit ino National
League in America by political attacks In ihe
United States cu 1 etrlck Lan. Ibe Cnltcd Irc
intjd. Mr I'arnfU'a orcan. apt csl lo the friends
u! all fadlotia iu the Ir sh caue lo duplay more
gotd tsiil and ttierpy. the exercise of wbioh "j'iaU
tier, it lajs, rrade the Irish in America so potent a
factor In the MiugsJe between Kug.anl and Iro
lai d a few tests aj:o. It i" f xpe:ted that several
numbers of the Iiojal family will honor Irelau J
by a vir It this summer in the ihnpc cl a yachting
cruUealoug the f outhwtst con. Tho parly will
mcke an extended excursion t Klllarney. Tbe
prt'pcstd viilt ol the cuccn to ireiaud ba. It Is
rain, ittu abaudor.cd. lor the iPi-on thst the
Kcjsl phytic an fesr that H'-r Ma, sty'n hcal'h t
net rot ui trough to bear the (train cf s ieict
Tho dcp.atled s to the Kilt'sh '.Gonial Ilxbi j!
lion now ivounttto tue sum ol e jyux).
It it ie ported thai tho Chines- bovrrnmeut Is
(beut to appoint on LuglMi hairistcr, reslden'. lu
Lonc'cn. It gl arlvi'er loChina ru tht interna
Hotel law of IIuiot-. Tin tliousmd dollars pir
aunbrnwlll be psid t) the appointee a .a'a -y.
at d bis duty wilt be to keep the l'ekin (iovc n
m nl lnitruettd on ad qn stioiia of lnt-ratio 11
jaw it uay arise Iu i'-aiope aiiectiog Catuine In
a n.eirg nf the fJ.Vdon Memorial CommDh-e
we held to-day lu the Msrlboro mh lloj'c. Tbo
1'rluce of Wal s and the Du sc of L din burg ii w c r
I km nt. It was iiidded to abandon the pro' c. cf
bullillnir ard endowing a Utrdon memorial bos.
pttal ut Toil laid to t o free to ti e ill audiujurid
of all tntloiif, and .eck some new aud more satis,
facto ry form for the proposed memorial. Itv.aa
tiually dtelw'cd to rr j u. t t ach member of the
eommittte to seed into the ucxt meeting his all
vice In writing as tithe bud and mo-d injuring
monument to erect in ticrdon' honor. t auea of
any kind beiur barred out by the unanimous voice
of ihe metropolitan meeting at nlcii iho Memorial
C n.nittte tsaaappolutid.
Di-patcbf a irorn Pari th!a evenlnj stato tiat
Vieler llugo'awlll bcjutath hecop rtihti to tho
poei a Ibcstrieal wots t Paul Monro, the
dramatisi, antl tbe rr-pyrlnhts p hli other literary
sobi to August niarl, who urn riled llu;o'i
laughter Joi.fPLln". .ko Irnmen ha lfMa the
thn rrd for liowcrt by the a Irnire r-. of Ciedfa l
pet for trlbntr at hit funeral thai ths result is
already a lioutr famine ia Pari. lVuajin lut
tent a dldcm cempoied ol I r Hfi iil.ei. Politi
cians of all ibnde of tpislon tp s idiug ti rar- r
tributes lo Ihe dcr.d vod. M I.teroy, II a 1'
ion in law, writes o the i;spp m that iiis miiUt-
tidpcf tc Vpnmi of sympathy rcct red by tho
I otl'a family from Spain and Italy is a proof of the
uuioti ol tbe Ltin race. 1 ho working eiac In
lails have no fjmja'liy w.to toe eonmunM
rr.e vc Trent, ar.d it it hopM tl at ttelr In! ietn'
wiil be abto to preserve icacc at Mondy't e re
eqcdU. I rojiror VMlMarntas. erdend the i?rrciuiGoy
eirmeU to purchase the ancient cas le r f Dank-
artlf io1 lie 1 llruniv!cu. whlrn aa tho or 11
ral scat ct tbe Uuelpb fainilv. The cssi!c wi:i o
i(!oicd, and cJQtened lato a inutcum for the
otipln of blslcrlcal relics.
I mud fcUatt-a Mluiktrr l'telp au1 bis wtfo l-av
tun entertained In London by Mn, Hl ioaSt-ld
Mcme aid I': i. Liiiciie lftiüctt. Maay dl
. tnv'Ulshd pcr"m ir. present al ear a rc-"p-to
u, ircludliiK VVUMsm W'aidorf A'ora-i. K ljrt
fiowDlii?. At one ol ihe riceptiutu Mlu l..':i, vi
Philadelphia, recited one of I'.rownlng'a poems.
Mi. l'Lcip wa watiuiy welcomed.
Itunla Arreptret Eoglnnd'a rropo;t'a He.
cause of lite Car'a Friendship for
the Liberal and Cabinet.
St. 1'ni.iM i r . May 00. It it asserted In tome
qnarttra here that Iluisia'a acceptaace of tbe Eag-
lnh prci-c-fnls was due to the Crar'a (riccdshlp f jr
tbe Diitlth Cablnit, and his desire to do nothing
which would bartrd a rtturncf thj Tory party in
r;-'"'lhi-n . " -i c!
wouM itri-ritben lb-' I.!l trat, who are regard I
as mere Irieadly to Kuai. The e ztr cxpectt to
visit tbe Kirn: cf Dcumark some lime this summer.
M. Lessar Start for Afghanistan.
I.cmom, May I C. M. lc-ar, tbe Ku-vian t-pec Ul
C mmlMioncr. will start immediately from lou
den to ioiu Colonel Kidjteaay in Afgbaul-tan t t
tt e purple of carrying out the special dttal.t ot
the werk of rxarklns tLc Ahtn irouilcr.
(iLNEUAL roUEKSX XEffS.
AcarchUts Tried and Sentenced-Ihe 'ew
Yn sna, 'aj i'C Tbc four nn connected witb
tLc anarchist p'ot at Wicreer Neastadt have been
tritd and eoavlctcd. The ilngleader wa teu
tcuced lo ten jerrs xenal servitude aui the other
three toievcn, five and three year, respectively.
These were the iirst prosecutlout t:nd?r wliat 1
Llou us the new anatcbist law," one osrSIttoj
of wh. it Is that the trial srall be without jury.
A treat popular latere! waa taken in tho wno.e
j roce cd inc. 'Ibetrul cf Ibe s -.tUllsta wno
cited bc miners to strike t 1 ra;ue was begun oa
the '.'1th lust.
Wa's'a To lte ippoiuted Archhlaitop.
Di n in, May : 0. Tr.e rreem:u's Journal as-crta
that Her. Dr. Waith, or Mayuoia College, will hs
shortly appoiuted Archbishop of Dublin by the
I'cpc. The Dop?. Ii ruvs further, u is declared that
be has not seen Mr. Lrrluptcn, the iemt-o:.i?lsl
rcr retcutative o'. Kngland for a sear, and my
possibly never sec him afrain.
Huso in niarble or ltrone.
1'ARiS May vO. A ccmm'ltcc of authors and
journalists has been appointed, and uu lertlieir
auspices a subscription lit has been opened to se
mre in mf.rble or bronze a j'iorcr representation
of the late Victor Kuko.
The Itosphore Kgypilen.
Cairo, May ::'.. Tbe Eof-pbore lljyptien in a
leading article attacks In a moit odensirc way
Frgllsbracn in the service or Ksypt. It is thought
now that a second aopptc-ion oi tbc paper may
be deemed neccsary.
Otticera Struck by l.lhtnloe;.
Domcav, May ".0. A terrific storm has occurred
In Southern Illudostan, and several casualties
are ret orted at Hsdtiaba I. A mess lent was
strut k. ar d two ofiicers of tbe llus.ars were killed
by Ughtnlr g.
Deecrntlon Iny aod the Lalng; of nn M.
1 b'hnrrh Corner JStone.
Special to tbe Sentinel.
Km- mtstown, lDd , May JO This has been a
memoiial Caj- for the pecpie ot t ils city aa l
vlclLlty, inasmuch at dice ration .services were
ob'erved bitb here and at tfce A-dierh' Orphan '
Heme, two miles south en' town. Aud the c Vrncr
Hone of the (to be) elegant, new M. 11
Chuick was laid with, . lt posing ceremon:; '.
At an early hour this mornlr.j our
merchants suspended biufmrs, and after profuse,
ly riecoratlrit? their liouves wltt J!?". c-ergroe-a
and spprcjdiate mouor. turne I their ntteution
fo rraking this ara'a-dsy. Died. A. U Dost of
of this r lace, accompanied by tne CJictnsboro Cor
net r.std ar d a larce coucourse of peoplf, visit" i
the Home at an catly hour tills morning, when
ihe ioUow'ng programme was rendered:
Fong, ly tie oid:er' orphaus. I'rayer,
by Tcv. " A. Mtrlns. Address of wel
come, by Superintendent Ihomas M. Smith,
r-hort addrnes by l. M. hu tier, W. H. McGavcrn.
Jchn V. Key. after which a procession wis
ferrrcd and marching to the Home Cemcttry tlie
gnue were p-cie:.y lecc rated. A saiuto was C;lv1
r.d thecrowd waa aismi-i'cd by John E. Keys, At
10 o'cleck a, m. the Me thodistr. in tho presence of
an Immense audience of pconle. ed.usted t:i
rrrnpr-storte of their new JIO.COO e hnreit boiidlu.
'Ihe following was the programme of service:
o?:m iimdsi: i.a yinj
V( the tew M. K bur -h. Hacrday, My "3, l-s;.
Music II) tnn t5J; tune, "Duke Mrtet."
Voluntary "We're Building Two a Day;" tune,
"Tbe 8wcrd of DiiuUer Hill."
Fcripture Heading Dsalm cxxxll: I Cor. Hi.:
Mus'c-Dumu s-5i; tune, ".-'Avior. Like a Shep
Address by Ilcv. A. Marine, I. D., of Indiana
ölt. Inhibition of bix to be placed in the earner
vIoup, and reading. lml ot documents it coi
tuins. Laying and scaling of the corncr-ftoue.
Mntic Humn b'j", tunc, "Jlcudoa."
Tbc following was I h s programme of the dee ra
tion incises reiKlered here to day :
As.scn.hlc at Dells' Hall 1 o'clock p. m., shtrp.
Music by the Hand,
I'rayer by Di v. H. N. Derrick.
epi r.r. or iTpi rs'ioK.
Band will form on Main street with right letting
on Tri nklin street.
Speakers of the Day.
Oi iccrs and members of A. I: , town an 1 (oj:i
ty, with f'oral bearers.
r-oldiers' Orrbaut from tn Home,
tabbat). School, witbilaK.
Drum Corps and V. M. A.
e ili.'fn on Foot,
e ltiittit In carriages,
I in r e t m )l.
West on Main street lo l.l!e:b stie-t, tl aorlh
on hii'.sbi tri street to Cenetery.
Mnsiu by li e Daiid,
1 uneral Dirge.
Dccoraticn o! grac bv e;. A. It. a:il Klor.il
Fong "Ae.ld lang yiic."
Ilcnedietion bv Dev. IhomasM Huilth.
Ke-fcrm In Mino order and return to ti. a. I. Ila't.
Ibe precession was over a niiic lu icugtn an I
fotna'bcd probably thr c Uo-.snd pcopio. T .o
( tillilKU Item tbe Home and of th various s in
'ar lehooi numbered s Mehe:c near threa hau
arwd std made a flue a n' '"'''
A )te publican etunip Specrli,
erecla' to tbe Fentincl.
I uiLitv vit i.i", Ind., May :;i. Decoration Day
waa largely ot evrved here, the town being crowd : 1
with pec pie from ihe eouulry, audthclcng pro
C? sio i which marched to the ccmciery wat ha 1
c lby IheSbclbyttüc Military Kind, followed by
the L'sht Infantry s hool thlldicn,
Djrront l'ot No. 17, ;. A. D... and
citizens. Airislng at the ceir etcry the l.nmn.c
riots a a as addreiicd l y A, J. B-veil lie, a ft -ry
scur.g oia'or in-ported Irout ircoaes;:c, whero
he is attending college. His oratloj wss in
tbe nature of a Republican stump speed,
ard gase Litter orvnsj to Demoa',
and ! also btlng cordftoned y KrpuMici.i
x aoldltr. who dtuouru c it a in xtremcly in i
ta.tc. 'I his is the Sf eond time that the oratio?! of
the eiay celetra'c 1 bat turned out tbt wy. h. 1
r ur pi cple sic Lenriiiy disgut?i. Mr. I'.ir-rl le
is a jouiig mnn of decided tnVnt.btif with lit' ;'
jtdgment. t;d never smelUd lewder or i.e
wcu.on't Le to ran k.
erclal to the Ecntlncl.
Mai'I-on, Inj.. May r,o.-l);cora!l)u Diy wr.i
celebrated bcc with double diplay, cn account
vt a t liL'iia I eiug Here. Tbc city wa crowded to 1
ice the c'rcui prccciioa thli worein?, while thli !
afterncou at 1 :2" a large proceralon marched to
Fpriogdalc Cemetery, to decorate tht graves of
null who uave up their llvct (bat tbe
l' ii Ion m fcla lire. Although rain interfered
firr, yet there w.i a oul turnout
cf Ii e tiikDd Army, the I. 0. O. F". Lodges. bcrdU
the diULi corps and brass band. ThcWomm'
Ktllrl e orp and eillzen In cat tinges aud wagaus.
All in all, it waa a grand day.
The cociract for tuilaine ttc new opera home
was 1 t to Mer. White A; Rankin, of tbia city,
for tU.OoO- Work will be begun at once-
Tic Crat two talcs of tnut.ln rra le by the T.aze
Cotton Mil's, of this city, were finished day ha
fore jetletday anl purchased by A. Marks A Sou.
Df rorfttlea Day-lllfti School
Special to the Sentinel.
Ri snvnxr, Ind., May "0. Governor Will Cam-
tack sddrciscd a larje crowd cf people hereto
day. Tbe ilcral orTerlngs were unusually good
icrccf sollt. The town was full of peop'e all dr.
ihei:unvii:e High fcool loves next w.-e
with an f-ntcrttlnmcnt by the little folk Km Jay
nigh?. TbTC in uo jraJuallrg cltsits.! yer.
The prrseat Snptrintcndint, l'rj'eor Laldw.u,
bat been employed for another year.
Ccrcmonlea Inter ftrot.1 With by itain.
Special to the Sentinel.
Grrtsi in ;., Ir-!., May SO. -Tbe decoratica cere
monies were In tcrfcrcd wlta ty ra'.a .o-day, and
it waa neccnary to boll the exercises In the Co rt
Home. The exercifc were under cbarg ol Dan
bar Toit G, A. R., and ronlted tf aJdrcses by
Colonel J. R. blsck, cf IndHnepoii. and Mr,
ticorge W. D Lean, acd a poei t by CapUtn Har
ris waa read by hit daugntcr. Mts Anna. A larco
concourse wa prereut and great riip.c: wat
shown the Nation' dead.
Cocgi-esaman llntoi' Oration.
Fpccial to the Fentlnel.
Wisavac, Ind., May S) -Dicoratloa Pfy wa
observed to day with the usual Imposing re re-
iconics. Conercttnfa W, D. Ogcr., cf till d!s
trlct, addrcsfed a largo crowd of cltiica at tis
ctmetety, end taid an rJoue t and glowing in j
ute to H e memory of tbe ccad heroes.
An l"!f nslve lUportby tha Chicago Tlmeg
J'.egardlr.gj the Corn Crop Through
out the Northwest.
Cm Aeo, May TC-lbe Times this inoru!ug
piinla an extensive report ol the prospects for Lho
corn crop cf lS throughout Lte !or.h wett. la
llllnoit the arce. of corn will tc larjcr than last
icaiop, owing to the lr;e extent of whtttthat
wns w inter killed. There is mnch complaint that
tbe rtcd i lauted Co s not geminate, and varioua
canics are a-gund. Seme attribute ttc voct
stand of ecrn to the cold weather duricg the r't
winter, which is ttclieved to bave destroyed tha
life of the grain. Ths season since ptanttu ; te
pan has been cold and unfavorable for the cro vtij
of eoic, and the majority of farmers have becu
ccmrclled to replant two snd three times. Tha
root-worm has done great damage tocsnithif
season In portlona of ecntral lUlncl?. W. I.
Foibes, fctstc Iintomologiit, reported to tte fc'tat
Dcrsrtmeni of Agriculture to-day that ha hal
joti examined a lit Id ol one hundred; ecr
of corn that bad Iw-en completely, de
itreyed by this Inrcct, of which comparatively
little is known. The supply of old com ia farm
ers hands is quite limited owlDg to tbelcagcoM
winter, which necctMia'.ed the leedlng o" Jtarls-one-third
moie than in avemge scssons. There i
sttll much it-iUiry of seed e-orn In Cen'ral lili
Dols. and the plantirg season will extend to the:
middle of Julo.
The spring n aron opened rather lte in Nebras
ka, but c'rn-plantlng was lttt'o. If any, la'. er ttra
uiual. Tbc early spricg days were not growing,
but suitable for rlowln?, and tho corn wa plant
ed on time. In Ptncastcr and De Young Coaotlee
the area of cr ra planted excee !a that cf last s;-:lnT
by at least 15 ir eenl. Tfe season bat Jt-:n f.i
voiable ai a rule. Ibouzh fre'inent ralua in'crfcr
red soiaewhat Now nearly all the corn Is up and"
looking teli. Thettsnd Js better than cs-isl, and
low seed cut i.o dure thlssear. Very little re
p'autiug has lcen done, or will be nce-sary. Tba
above statements in regard t corn will to foanl
true thtoughoMt ibe State. In bo tout hern por
tion the plant ia further aJ.va.uced tliun else
where, snd vill tscspe the wee5a better thau
la He csMtrn iortion. lho t?retwa
is much In cxceis of rretiout years, sinoe many
newfeitlrrs luve coT.ein acd more ot Unite
under uitivaticn In thcve newer portions of the
State. Very little ot lat year's crop rein ins In
the bands of the farmer, l or too pan wet tha
weather ha I een Kowetat to to dconragicg.
In Fomc i laces wctd the rain fall wa o bttry m
to ash out some rcrtlon of the corn pliutM.
Jn Mlj-iouri the troficct i also very larorable.
A much larger ccrcace haabcruputin corn this
Isj-t sca.'on, be au?e of the failure of the wheat,
Cc Ms, re any of which were plowed up. Curat
pt nrHy up nd growing finely. There toa
tldcral le o d cornin Die eountrv. at Ktt .'5 pet
rent of hut year's trcp. Mth b favorable vaois
lie new nop will be to per cent greater tbwt UM
lew a proml-ft about an arerazo yield, while)
In Kaiat and Wucoasln bad wcaiher has de
layed the com, although Loth fciatts report a
ilightly larger average
Torpedo Exploded t'nder a Locomotive.
TENsri;, Ma; CO. The News Gunnison ip'.clftl
ajs: "Last eeuiog as the east-bound Denver and
CloCrande freight train reached a point a few
hundred yard from the drot. those In the vicin
ity saw a Hash and Le a -d a loud report from tie
direction of tbe train. I ron cxamicailun t wai
fouudtbatan explordvo of reus kind bad b?crx
placed t bder tbe track. It bad knocked O tt a
piece of Ihe rail seretal inches lonir, and thf:terel
one drivc-wht 1 of tue locomotive, The torpedo
waa evidently . ntended for the incoming paw nret
train from Denser, tt hlcti happened to bean boat
late. There is no clew as to the prepetrs.xn.
White Men Make a Ilow at a Colore tt IUI!
I'gr.hv, MJ-rv May :0. Mack Thorpe, a pouter,
gsc bit (olo.'cl babdt a tall, whlcn lev
craltsbltes at ended, wmic tbe dance at !n
pre gtcts the tt Lite men sieprc l la to cut ti c col
ored lean x out of their pucca. which resnltri in
a central low.iawhhh kblvtsaud pistols cro
dtawn. Hunter IPit a neuro from GsorctP. shot
one of tbe w h.te intruder thrnush tbe hcrt,
killing htm ii.antly. A strong effort was ads tu
))üeh Hütt, end lows mly sard ty a Mont;
guard organized by jlr. 1 iiorpo. Rutl it nawlii
I'll h) terlati ltealullon oa 2raut,
l'o tu a, Kan., May '.The folloun rtoiu
Con wts paK by the (entral Attcmtly at lit
t-t len last nlgbt. .
Ileiolvrd, 11 at as an SMcin' ly wc exprts rnr
deep sjrrpa'.l-)' with euneral U. (irunt in l.is ni
ne', and our ' eail.'clt wisüea for hl re- sery,
and cur pre yei that iu lid s cn of 'rial h toe y
t xpe rli lieu tlie.t les!iig of Cio 1' lalvatloa luru ili
thf on Je us hrift.
The rtto!ut"e'!i was Immellateiy telegraphed to
Ilm gei lor Jrlunlerliifg Ilia Wife.'
Cat s i ior, y.aj ;.3. Archie liition, to oh-I,
wr bsnge-d at ji.thmoLd yt.terdsy In tho pret
erec e f " n 0 t icy le, m-slly tczroec, for tttt mur
der of hi wlf(:, Clara, last Fej tcrubcr. In a Ctof
J. lotiy be acs Vel her w'.ih a kt.l.'e. a'mot ev
e tlr.g be r liad Irorn her .tdy. He actnowl drl
tl f t rime, atiil i to.'eMfd to bj s-olng srrstgbt to
g'ory. ills f i:'.n was brought Into the cell t b'.a
rto,Uf. lit- bii'tiol It out PU bis hatdacr
Chi f ai.il it:ti rstd that it would be a Eka p.a-.r
Tr.stiip Itonglily Handled.
Ja k-o mi r., Ll, My iO.Veicrday ' three)
tumps bad .-'a s'ltrcst cu with three rohs of
this e:y ari l a fourt'a Tsr.y. unknown. o tfce
rrt'tc one of tre former re xlTe 1 a woand la thu
abdr men, whi'.h will pr.'..ably cost hlji h.sVfe.
Another wss eveiely ti.l ;Q tbeta-aif
strvek tehli.d the ear wp.h aeaiptn.bi-tw.il
pictab'v recover Tie Hdtd ifet-tvt-1 a i!:ht
vom 1 in xte blp. H o part.es alio d.lli.e :ut
tlLg hve been rreud.
Death or a Noted Counterfeiter. '
D.tTT- r. e., :). Jeo" Ktadfeit. a V.otedl
(CuuUrMtcr, (bdtf htait dUcaie to dty whllo
in a rage, ci'ittd t y a l' rtl witn bis sou In Uw,
N'fiien Drlrs. The latter is o..e of the nes;
rottd cedit terf. üiriof tank nolC'lat- iVitcf
Ka-c. an 1 Half. 't w one of the taot De
teat d was eTtnty one yr oli, m l.i l jut e.e-
forf C)lrg H at 1 rl?:ica"'d hlra to dtarrl, Aa
autci syt hawL tr, tliOStd huit diieae. i
ratal aarrel. '
I'niM n ... .,fsy 0 Last night Mlchic! Oca seil
atd Martla loinnietlr. lr"o-wcttkr. tupiotcl at
iro?( I'tLSct . c'oi rat. tuarrci:ci our r.c:r
aork. Hororrerly male a vic.ous attack on G'.ea
on wh-ii tt e 'aitei ! up Ui ol Iron ao I
itlKk h s Sis !ct orer the head, cru'tilng i.ie
lt.il aul M file tlcar fatal lcjuritt. fjitisoa I.A4
j ! S
svArantoTo, May si.
For tat Ohio Valley and Tenners-Lu a I ralu
and partly elcAdy wcatLtr, followe! ia wrtera
portlona by f vir weather, east to north sjrjuc,
higher tarocccUr. sU&ttly iruucr.
Fo? the Upper Lake rt3Fair weatbr, var!
gbljr ndr-ctctrilly frcra north to wtt, ligty
f - C'iU tlx la ttaptrature.