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THE HlMtINOFlBLI CI'L.OllX,
Volume V. Ntnnucr 111,
W9hin(iton, April 2D. For Ohio Volley
and Tennessee: Sllghlly warmer, nrttjr
cloudy weather, local ehowrti, variable wlui'l
In Tonnessrc, Knilerly winds, becoming rati.
bio In Ohio Valley, lower barometer.
s. s. w.
A quantity ol Soiled Shirt Waists going for
Thojr look as the finest and cleanest
would look alter a week's wear. I!lg choice
nt 25c and 00c. Heady to-day. Sco chil
Spring overcoats are new, many to choose
from, hnudy prices, $0, $10, $11, $12, $15,
$20, and so on,
Suits to order gaining favor. Sack suits
$20 and up. Fit guaranteed. Fine cork
screw worsteds $27 to $30. Tho best ol
trimmings, strongest sewing, lastcst eastern
Grand Army suits. A typographical error
in our yesterday's advertisement made us
my $8 lor Grand Army suits, It should have
read $7 for fulls, $5 lor coats and vests in
men's sizes, and $1.50 for joulhs.
Full line sizes in stock and more on the
way from our factory. Odd notion some
hive got that blue wrapping paper carries
away tho honor. In our Bense they're
right tho', lor who among the thirty thou
sand buyers from this blue paper cstablMj
ment, hve ever opened therefrom an un
satisfactory or dishonorable purchase? Of
this be sore, all blue packages come from
Owen Ilrotbers, the manufacturing tlolhiers,
which Is proof lint the goods ore right, and
rite one profit below any comptti'ion.
Stick to the wearing of "irua blue."
How "reddy" tome are to track a succes;
lul business enterprise.
Shirts again. You bave'nt ball looKed,
you don't all know what , a "Seal" shirt is.
It's mney in your pocket to acquaint your
self. Any thlrt jou have ever had made, or
any fine gormtnt of this kind you have teen,
no matter where, aro inferior to this "Seal"
brand shirt, llrlng your knowledge ol shirt
making with you, and expect to be sur
prised. One dollar, six for six.
Inccasing trade makes better hit selec
tions, more of them, and lower prices. Our
hat space Ii overfill and fifty cases yet to
come. $1,50 to $3 for fine fur hats, in still
brim, rquarc or round top shapes. Vojr fit,
bccoinlngness, and price are here.
Springfield's Only One Price Manufacturing
Conference of Health Officer.
New Yoiuc, April 25. A conference of
tho health officers of New York, Brooklyn,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Haven and
Boston was held at tho Fifth Aumiuo Hotel
on Thursday, to discuss quarantine matters
generally, and to agree upon uniform regu
lations mi as to prevent the Introduction of
cholera Into this country. It was decided
to establish n close quarantlno against rags
and fo allow none to be landed except after
being thoroughly liolled or steamed by tho
superheated Me.iui process.
Nkw Yuhk, Aprll25. Another large and
fashionable audience, was prenent at the
billiard tournament at Inlng Hall last night.
Tho players weie Jacob Schaefer ami Will
iam Sexton. Schacfcr played In nn un
usually brilliant stylo and rattled the balls
all oer the tnhlo with a dash almost
amounting to recklessness. The score was:
Schuefer, .TOO; highest run, U7; average, 18
14-27. Sexton, 'JOB; highest run, 47; average
0 23-27. T lino of game 1 :r'i.
Flv More lloillctf Itecovored.
New Ow.eans, I.a., April 25. A special
to tho niiirx-Itonocrrit from Vlcksbiirg,
Miss., Ms: I'lvo more bodies have been
taken from the iiiins of the Illonm building.
This nukes elo en bodies found thus far,
and It Is supposed that the number of dead
will run up to twenty.
Itoot Factory Humeri.
South Fiusunuam, Mas., April 25. A
firu yentenlay morning ricstioyed tho boot
factory of Bridges Co. Loss 8150,000;
coveied by Insurance. Five hundred hands
are thrown out of cinploj ment. Theio were
.'(,000 cases of shoes burned. Tho fire caught
in tho lacking loom.
IH-Attnrney General llrew.ler lleulr It.
l'liir.AHl'.i.l'iilA, April 25. Kx-Attomey
General Brewster says that If ex-Dlstrlct
Attorney Corkhlll says that ho (lirnvvidci)
threatened to havu him removed If juiy
foreman Dlckoou was not Indicted for ti i
bciy, lie is an unmitigated liar.
Ileal Ii or an Old 1'liy.lcUn.
Locktort, N. Y April 25. Dr. David
F. Bishop, with one exception the oldest
physician In Western New York, and widely
known throughout the State, died suddenly
yxitordy afternoon of heart disease.
ROBUST RUSSIAN WAR TALK.
The Czar Studying War Maps,
Chief of Staff Shouts "On to Horat
The Czar's Remarks Cab I oil to tho
London Wiir Not..
I.onoox, April 25. 12;30 p. m. Consols
opened at 05J, and are now at 14 15-10.
Uusslnti securities 8C.
Thcic was much cxiltcmeut In the House
over the government defeat.
lleforc tho division Mr. (iladstono stated
that tho government reserved freedom of
action, if the amendment carried, lis mlon
tlon entails a clurge of 130,000 yearly, on
tho consolidated fund, with similar relict to
local taxei. It Ii bellevul that tho govern
ment will decide to go on with tho bill and
endeavor to reverso the vote in a fuller
I.omiov, April 25 Noon. A cabinet coun
cil is now slttiDg.
The ItusiUnsnre compelling the Hariks of
i'cnjdeh, who are liiendly to the Ilillifli, to
obey their mllitury laws
London1, April 253 p. m. A tt. I'elers
burg special dispatch to the Standard says
negotiations continue between Itusshi and
the Ilrilljh government Ilnssia, siya the
dispatch, Is willing to (ode Sulficier it rrturu
for I'enjilch. Tho sulutloi at existing dilli
cultlcj. it Is asserted, Is only pos-lble ir Kng
land foregoes hr claim of sui.-f iction for the
Th Cir stuiljliiK Wiir rinps.
St. I'ktuiubuhii, April 25. The Bmperur
pafsed four hours yesterday with General
Obrutsthoir, chief of stnif, and eevernl engi
necrofliccre, stu lying ur rnaps;of the Afghan
General Obrutscbeff regards war as Inevi
table, urgej Immediate mobllbnlion and that
not b moinint should be lost in puthlng on
to Herat and Candahar.
General Ohruuchefl's increasing Influence
over the Czir is believed here to no very flg
nificant. Obrutsihetrsuld to tho Oir: "Xow is the
moment for Hu-sla to strike. I.umsdeti's re
tieat has utterly destroyed llnglsnd's pnstl(!e
omong the Afghans, who, I can astute your
majesty, are ready to itvolt against the
Ameer; besides, 1'ersia is prrpiml to secretly
help us and to do so at the moment e elrike
the first blow. All these udinntagis will be
lost by delay."
Tho Ciar replied, "Yuu are'too hasty. I
still hope war may be avoided, but come what
will, I never shall conaeut to give up I'enjdeh
or iillikiir pass."
At Alrxillnlt 1 1.
Alk.xamiuia, April 25. Tho Trench man
of.war has lelt the harbor nud is now an
chored olf tho entrance.
Moscow, April 25. War prepirattons here
are being hastened with the greaton activity.
Large bodies of troops nto d illy having for
Nkw Youif, April 25, General Grant did
not jei settled for the night until about 1
o'clock. He received live minims of mor
phine and after 1 o'clock slept nt intervals.
The sore at the bue of the tongue
appeared angry 1 est night and the restless
ness may have been ihe result, but when his
throat was examined there were more f'uiorn
bie Indications than uppeaiol yesterday. I)r
Douglass said that the Gcuerid hud pieced a
very quiet night, although his sleep was some
what broken. As far n physical aid to Gen
eral Grant is concerned, he might salely be
removed to the mountain) or Itio s-'amle, to
moirow, but no exodus will occur until the
first of July. That ilu General will survive
tho summer Is the belief of those in pesitlon
IHf! UlO I, filial. tXURK.
Full Iteporti of the Unintuitive on
O'aijera nixl I, litter.
I.dte In the alternnon of I'd lay the House
commitfeappt)inte(J to report on the conduct
of Allen O. Myers and Judge John II. Miller,
(of tins city,) made, lurniigli Mr I! uner
(Democrat), a unanimous report (making no
The lull tlgnlficauee of tho report, as to
Myers, can only be understood by reading in
connection with it the. Ucilndc re.-olulion No.
105, under which the investigation was made,
and which is as follows;
Whereas, Allen O. Myers, n inemler of
this House from Franklin county, has during
a sitting of the committee ol the whole, by
di orderly e'onduct btoko up the sejsion ol
said committee; and whireus, ho also, upon
loruier ttcaiions upon the lijor of this House,
wi.8 guilty ot ((induct unlecomliig a gentle
man and it mcmlerby rriratedly ititultlng
tho House aud Its mtmbirs whilo in session;
HesoUeJ, by the II use of Representatives,
That the said Allen t), Myers has by hi cjii
duct forfeited hi rights us a member ol this
Hon o and is hereby etpelltd.
The committee lepnrttd no, follows:
To Die (ieneral Aheua!il.' :
Viu' loiiiinitttr, in whom was re'trred
House resoluuon No, 105, by Mr. M( Bride,
lejiiecltulli rc.ort thai, piusuaiit lo there.
quirt-meat cl said com iuii, Iho Bail com- allow ihe atiitv Aieh.ej'ogical and His oricsl
miltee, on the 0 h day ol April, A, 1), 1885 j Sieiely to use oue of tho rooms now (acupied
pruceedtd to m ko the ImnilgMtlin cdled j Uy ihe liumirtr ot sla e, (ho society to pay
K WhWKiW ,uv t- ,f ""','" ',' "; r1" A "!id
eoiicludrd, A ull and (uiupl te report of all I Mr. I.vaiu Introduced n lit appropriating
said tHlimiiny Is lurtwiih submitted as a $5 7413 appruj rlated lor building Ihe Im
pa't ol this report, uud your cumuii tec hat- becil usylutu
SPBfNGMELD, OHIO, SATURDAY EVENING, AP11LL 25, 1885.
Ing fully and carefully considered the same,
rrspmltilly submit tho following conclusion
First That tho allegations, charges and
statements contained and set forth In said
House resolution No. 105, lunching the con
duct ot tho member from Franklin, Allon O.
.Myers, during silling of t lie committee ol
Ihe whole, on Mntch 27, 1875, and also upon
feriner occasions, upon the floor ol the House,
rue enrh and all true In substancoatid In fact.
The coticliolon of fact abote stated, to
gether with the testimony upon which It Is
based, iim respectfully submitted to the con
sideration of tho House of Representatives for
such action as may vindicate tho dignity of
the Hoiio and as may bo right nnd proper.
And the committee further recommend that
the resolutions, testimony and findings of
the cominlltie bo printed In tho appendix to
the journal of the House.
I. A. IlllUNNKR,
J. H. Iiiumpsov,
J, A. Koiileii,
lo tiio General Assomlily:
Vour committee lo whom was referred
Bouse resolution No. 10G, by Mr. Hull, re
spectfully report that, pursuant tothe require
ment of said resolution, said committee, nn
tlm 9ih day or April, A. I). 1885, proceeded to
make tho imcstigatlon called for, and ad
lourned Irom tlmn to t'me unlit i lis 22J day
of April, A. I). 1885, when tho taking of the
testimony was comnlcted. A lull and rami.
pit to re on of all said testimony is herewith
eubinitieil as a part of this report, aud your
comtnlttte having fully nnd carefully consid
ered Ihe same, respectfully submit tho follow
InV conclusion of tact:
First That tho allegations, charges aud
statements coutnlued and set forth iu said
reMiluiion nro true In so larns it charges Hon,
John II, Littler, ihe member from Claik, with
leaving hh seat to make a personal as-ault
upon a member of tho House, towit, the mem
her Irom Franklin, Allen O. Myers, and in
creating a scene ot Mcleacc and confusion
up ui Ihe lloor tf the House, and in using un
parliamentary l.ingiHge at the time.
Vour committer deem it but just to say
that at the time of leaving his teat Hon.
John II. I.ittlr was acting under grent ex
citement, naturally caused by thecppiubrious
epitbds applied to him by tho member from
Finnklin, .Mleu O. Myers, aud that up to the
lime or leaeing his teat a3 above stated the
(oniluct ol ilen. John II. Littler was iu all
respects proper and orderly.
The above finding of lact together with
the ti'-timony upon which It fa bated your
committee ri-'ptclfiitly submit to the couJid-
culm, ui i, m uouse lor sucti action as may
tie right ami proper.
And tho citnruitttelTirther recommend that
tin1 nsuluiious, tcftimo'iy and finding ol the
committee be printed in tho appendix to the
journal of the Housf.
I.. A. IlllO.V.SLIt,
J. It. rilOMIVIS,
J. A. Koiii.ku,
1'r.Tnt F. Stuvkkb,
The consideration of Ihe reports was post
poned until Wedntslay.
Tlie following bills were passed by the
Senate b 11 by Mr. Godfrey A mending sec
tion 131 to that volumes ol Ohio lews shall
be furni-hed lo the circuit court.
Ilui o bill by Mr.Oilr Amending stclions
0)08 aid OttiD so I list if a paiimrehip is glr
nishetd by in company ratnc, notice shall he
left nt lis U'tiil pliueol bnineas, anil if arall
roau company is girnislieed notice cnu tio
served en any ticket or lieigbt ugetit.
II II Introduced:
Ily Mr. Littler Antboniiig South Charles
ton lo issue bond.
In the Senate Mr. O'Neill, Irom the conftr
cnec committee en the llutnelt bill, providing
agnittt ttcns by employ es of telegraph,
telephone and electric light companies, rc
portel in favor of making the punishment n
Iii o oi.lr. Agreed lo.
limine bill by Mr. Itnrey Aulhor'ing a
hushind to administer upon his wile's estate.
Now a law.
House bill by Mr. llruee Prohibiting tho
publication, circulation, or sale of obscene lit
erature. Now a law.
House bill by Mr. Mooney Wilding the
State into three Inspection districts aud giv
ing ihe Stato Inoptctor of Shops and Facto
ries three assistants nt a salary of $1,000.
Now a law.
.Senate bill by Mr. O'Neil Amendii g the
penitentiary law so a? to provide for tho w
rollrg of prisoners nnd providing fur the per
manent imprisonment or jurisdiction oier
conWcts who have served more than two
House bill by X r. Sharp Providing that
when a chnugo of voauo is made in a civil
ciis witnesses may bo aiibpteu-ied from the
county Irom which the change was made.
Senate bill by Mr. O'Neil Providing that
when testimony has once been taken in ciill
actions nrd the nime-si dies or removes Irom
tin; jurisdiction of the court tho testimony ap
pearitg in tho bill ol txccj tions or stenogra
phers notes, the same mny be used in subse
quent dial of the case
House lull by Mr. Sherman Punishing
lresnjslng upon fair grounds nnd pioiidiug
tor the better protection of the same.
House bill by Mr. Hadley Making an ap
propriation to pay the losses Inclined by the
olhiers and teathirs of the Imbecile, asylum
by ihe burning ol that Institution in 1881.
Bouse bill by Mr. Stuutfer Amending Ihe
(lllih law, so thai In cases of apportionment
of damages It must be shown that Ihe ditch
is lor the public benefit and is located on the
House bill by Mr. Ilynl Aullurizing the
Slate Hoard ol Agriculture to issue bonds and
borrow $80,000 to impiovo lair ground?.
Houso bill by Mr. Llndull Authoiizing
township ti ustteea In (use U disputed line
feiicis lo order ihe building of tho same aud
to assess the cist upon tho propeity ol the
person who Is iu default.
Senate bill by Mr. Lewis Providing that
when a turnpike cumptuy surrenders its road
to the county the probate j'ldge shall appolut
appraiseis, who shall axettain the uluu of
all improvements and it part the simo to the
llou.e bnl by Mr. Ilynl Amending the act
giving the kteper of a stallion a lien on nia
gel, so as to extend the time nt liliug the ac
count Irom three to ten months.
Iliinsu bill by Mr. Oden Providing that
tho auilitLr ol slate shall luruUli copiis of
land tyrants upon piyment ot the usual fee.
Mr. I!'y ollered a Joint n solution iiuthoilz
ing lli superintendent of the S'ate iKii-eto
An Altompt to Burn the Palace
By Putting Paper, Saturated With
Coal Oil, Undor the Doors
of tho Rooms and Ig
A St. Louis Man Arrestod on Sus
picion. llnatiirdly Atlnmpt In Horn a Cinrluiinll
llulel, Itin I'Hlrtce.
Cincinnati, April 25. Abiu't 3 o'clock
this morning Mis. Hawley, mll.lner, who oc
cupies a room In the Palaco Hotel block,
Sixth nnd Vine, was awakened by a noise re
sembling the pushing of a paper under her
door. She called to ask if It was a telegraph
messenger, but had no reply Sho htnrd
some ouo walk away and at once her room
was filled with smoke, nnd on going to the
doorsho found n paper saturated with coal
oil nnd burning against her 'door. Other
doors on tho same lloor weto similarly treat
ed, only the piper had not been Ignited. Tho
flames were soon extinguished without ill--turblug
the guests of the hotel. B. II. John
son, ol St. Louis, was arrested on tuspicon.
A FlRlit Willi the llrleU.
Clauk'h Croshimi, N. W. T April 25.
Genera Middleton, with staff, was attacked
yesterday, when about lire miles of Jlclnloeb,
by about 20 or .10 ol the enemies. A buttle
followed between Mlddletoti's men, 008 in
number, and nn unknowu force of the rebels,
rtsulting in the route of the latter.
The Killed were a gunner, Cook, a halt ry
private, Wheeler, No. 2, Company !)0. Cap
tain Clarko nnd Lieutenant Swerford, of the
!) h, will die ol the woui.ds. As far
at could be teen the rebels l.ft no
dead on the field. It is Hough! twenty-five
of them wtie shot nud about a tlezen cap
tured. The icbels seem to be composed of an
equsl number of hall breeds and Indians.
Not more thin two hundred are supposed to
bo under command ot Gabriel Domoud.
Waxiiinotos, April 25. General Henry J
Hunt, retired, was today appointed Governor
of iho Soldiers' Home here, vice
Col Samuel I). Stt.rg's. Captain
Robert Callin, retiied, was appoiUed
deputy Givernor, vice dipt. W. Slman. 'J be
changes go into ( ff-ct ihe ISlh or May. Sur
geon O. Ilrino lsjetailed to duly at the Home
in place of Surgeon Calvin Benin.
'1 tie folio. Sill reil Up.
Waksaw, April, 25. Geiif'ral Gourko,
Governor Gcnc-al of 1'olaud, has lit'en or-il-red
by Ihe Car to prepare immediately a
detailed incmoii, giving u plan of campaign
A I lrt Alnlllor.
Wasiiimitov, April 25. The President to
day appointed James Q.bhewnih, Texa, First
Auditor of the Tioisury, vice IS. M. Reynolds,
Alubvmn, icsigned liy rrq icst.
Lomkiv, April 25 -I p. m. Iho Cabinet
Fat three and a halt hours. It is understood
tint tho Afghan situation has not improved.
Trench lnpr PralHH IIih (JolernniDnt.
Paws, April 25. Tho morning papers arc
all loud in praise of the energetic, aciion of
tho Go( eminent in ihe Kgyptian dllirculty.
The imports of dry guods at New York for
the week ended April 2t are $1,028,338.
Rev. Father O'Nuil, pastor of the Holy
Ange.'s Cithelic Church, Cincinnati, died
Cyrus Mathenay, who accidentally shot
hitniclf nt Caldwell, t) , died as tbo result ol
Over one thousand miners Lave nturnrd
to work In the miuts in ihe vicinity ot Puts
burg at the operators' wages.
The Stato l)rnrtment has receded through
the Consul re-ident iu llril simples of the
' alieloz,'' the South American cmeer cure
The Alaska, of ll.e Guun line of steamers,
has been chaiteied by the Ilritish government
for six month"' senice tor wr purpeses.
Fber M, Boynlon, of New Vork, has brought
n uil ag.unt Hii'scy, Howe A. Co., etui
manufacturers ot Pittsburg, which involves
Heury ZurliniK-u, n fourii'cn-year-old boy
was whirled to death by being eaupbt in a
looe belt in the Kim street printing works,
The east side of Sierling Colliery, Shamo
Kin, Pa., caved, iiupritutluv; twenty-tivo
miners, who escaped only by cutting throiiifk
into an adjoining tolllery.
Xpev (Jiimon to Court.
J. K. Mower, as nuorney for .Mary Mc
Curiliy, brought suit in C'oiuninu Pleas C tin
todiy against thecliy ot Springfield 'or $5,000
damages Nul grows out t the sccldftit ot
January 23 last, in whiih plaintiff suffered
a broken arm and other injuries by ,driing
upin a pile of debris left on Wist Main street,
lier bugsy being tinieby oertarmd. The
cla.m was pr,eantfd to C. ime.il but reported
upon unfavorably by a committee.
Allee S. Totteti, wldowot the late Dr. V.
II. Tuitrn, bv her attorue-y, Jolm L Zdnmer
umn, bncgs ult against tho Grand Lodge
Ancient' Oibr United Workmen of the
lT. S. for $2 000 and inteiest liom Juuii 19,
1881, The deceased, W. K. Totlcn, was a
niemler ol Springfield Lodge, No. 70, A. O.
U. W end hud complied with all icqulrc
meois, making him t benefid iry on the Or
der, or i i wile at his death to tin amount
claiuitd, payiuiut of which Inn nut Lctn
made, although Ihe G. L, has be n duly no
ttlhd. Ihnma T. Agievv sues lt.,r divorce Iro
Henry P, Aiinew, on ground of williul nb-
sence aud t.eoled ol dutv.
Ten Thousand Men J.mpliij i-il Nljjht mot
Day In II, o Nn, Vuida An Interview
with llnrtnunn, 1 1 1 MlillUt, ne.ir Now
Ni:w Yoiih, Apiil 25. The) lli ivld'n SU
rolcislniig tllap tic!, says M. DeGleif, Bu
fclan 1'oKn.n Mluislci, eiiesscil his belli f,
ns lately as last Monday, that Iheio woiili
1"' ihmmii (liUjtnr. M. DeGleis Is, lum
(Mi, mom in lined h, peMeofiil iIimIhs
than any of Ihe oilier inMseis of Iho C-ir.
Tlioi-oncspotifleiit iiImisiijs hn lias sltctl
KiiinsliK.t mill the iinvj jnnN near St.
IVIei-sliing, iiml fiiiiinl at leant Ki.ooo men
Moiklngiill day. noil by eltetlle llglit all
night, pulling lliu fleet on a win footing.
Two lion dads, Hi,, Ailinli.il N.ikoiuofi
and the AlcMimler If., w III be leady for sea
e:nl In Ihu summer. Kllher Is a mnlclifor
any lliitlsh boat of tli Devastation clnis.
The Biiltle fleet now consists nf !215 vessels,
of wliii-h .Ti me Ironelaas nnd 100 torpedo
bo-tts, leaily for nenleo Iu ten days. A
ltiisilnn Atlmlral told the correspombnttliat
if Knglaiid tried lo blockndo thu Baltic, thu
iiusslans would rniiio out ami fight her In
tho opi ii mm. The first engagement Mould
piob'ibb bo fought inldwny between Stock
holm and the Island of Daco.
James Hedpalli wiltes thai heieccnlly had
nn Intra h u siniie dishm from this elly
nith Jlnitmniin, the Nihilist. Ho Miowcil
H.irti in in the (lispntcli finiu Vicuna, pill)
IMiisI iv lew ihitHiun, staling that Nihilism
t.is living out in liitwl.i, llailiiiamisnlillhla
vvns uiitiiie. lie knew liom his piivalu nd-vlci-s
Hint N'l'oiism was spie-nllng, but It is
fine Hint lillh) is being dono npeiily. Tim
ineveiil ioliev of Ihe leiloilsls Is iiqiiieseeiit
one The Oar Is eager foi war, hoping
then In fo dheit Ihe iilteiitioii of tho people
t N'tl.tl.. 1. L
lion, t1, niiiiM ii; V II vys.
It Is tine that nllenlioii will be diverted,
but not symnitliy. Tho Nihilists will
posltlvelv iinl InKo any action ngaiust tho
Government while Hie war last". They feel
confident tint the Cm's government will
lulu llo by the will, nud will come out of
II cnislnil ami banUiiipt. NiIiIImii, theie
foie, icseucs its power. Aftir thu win it
ma -hike. II mi, that will piobably bo Its
final and iheisive blow.
.Sell lira on Iiidlau I nods In llnlinln.
1'Mino, Dak., April 25. Attorney Gen
eral Illee left for the Crow Creek and vVln
iiebago icscivalions j e'.n day. lie Is sent
by Goveinoi riucelo nseertnin tho names
of fhe ha .lifts, uhetlwr fumn JUle or ciiceu
Iiit is' agents, vvlunee they are from and the
(hi: act 'i of their clnlius. Ho takes
with him n printed proclamation from
the (iovi'inoi with Insliucliniis to Isstiw It If
be deems it In t. It Is supposed to warn
settlers to ohey prcsliieiit Cleveland's oidcis
oi be niresteel as tiunsjrieasoi-". Jt Is rti
mniollliat land gmlibeis and jobbing hitvo
hlltsl elit,il,le tnvets with frniidiilint settk-is
and is-m'il wilp for a huge aicii of vnluablo
towiisiles. Conshleralilet inouey was put
up foi thoscilp, much of which will bo lost
Oeneiill (Srant'n lllrtlnbiy TlirouuliOut the
Ciiirwoo, Apiil 25. Adviees from a
Lirgd iminliei ol points in Ihe Vet iiidleatn
that C.etiM.i! Grant's blithtl.iv. on .Monday
next, v ill b v,-rv gi-nejally obx ivwl. I'ub
lle iiifa tings will la- held in Cincinnati,
liuisvllle. Toia'ka. Des .Moines and utlirr
places mill in niiuij towns guns will bo fired
and Hags exhibited on public buildings. In
Chlcugo n number of ladles aie endenvoring
to innko itrraugeiuents for a eelcbiatlon in
Hie Opera Hall sometime (lining tlu-eoming
week, at which Messih. KoseooConkllng and
Heinle WaltfNon, Genual Shiiinan niitl
Govemoi Oglesby vv ill be Invited lo speak-.
SllnUUsr .rjiiIlal(Wi?,s lliei.1 will l, mi
Nt:vv Ydllh, A pi II O.5. .Mr. K. J. I'heljis,
the newly -apiiolntul Minislei to Imgl.uid, ir
an inti-ivievv yihteiilay icgaiding (ho jiio
peels of vvai between laigluml and Russia,
nnd la'iiillts that would neeitio to Ihls imm
try in ease ol aiioutbuaUof luMilitlos. said:
"1 hope ICiiglauil uud Russia will be able to
Keltic thfli ililTeienees umicably. I am o)
pos,d to war, and I eaunot sen how a vv.u
between (hose couiililes would benefit this
country, except lor u sbrnt lime."
hkw jouk, ,pru 25.--Caid.iin O'Hilen,
of the sliamii City of Mcnko, was before
United Sfntos Coniinissioner 'Shields yester
day lo ansvvei to the charge of carrying am
munition to Savanlll.v for tho Panama in
surgents. Tho steamer also traiispoited in
suigiMit troops fiom Savanllla to Illo Ilacha.
At the latlei place souto ciefoms ottlceis ol
tho Colombian Government, not knowing
tiio nationality of Hie steamer, came out in
a small boat Hying the Ameiic.iti Hag and
came on board. When they found the
hto.iiiit'l was American, ihey feMieil the nt
suit ot then misuse of Iho Hag and tried tc
escape.. The Insurgent troops seized am'
hold the in.
Captain O'llilen finding that ho could not
contiol matters on bond put back to Savan
ilia and dlsembaiked his imiiily passengers.
Tho riugleiuleis iiinoug Ilium vveiu punlslieif
by Iho iuilhoiities uud the Colombian ens
toms nlhcvri vveio leleased. The eaptaii
claims that eveiy tiling ho did was with tin
nppioval of the I'liltcd Stales Consul al
Savanillx Tho owners of tho steamer testl
fled that shipments of aims to Panama vvai
n Kgul.ir pirt of the trade and they had nt
knowledge that thoso on tho steamer vv on
for tho liisingenls.
For the pio,ei ullon chief officer McCar
til v- of Iho ste.imei, testified against Captali
O'llilen's story. He told an altogether dif
ferent stoty, saying that O'llilen allow 04
Iho insuigenls to lino Iho customs officer!
on bo.eiil by displavlng tho Amiiican Haj
anil then let tin in ilellvci the men up ti
in nb iblv bt eei uti d by the reb 'Is on shorn
The csaminaiioti was adjourned until to
clay, and Captain O'llilen was leleasoel oi
FIEND SH OUTRAGE.
Two Young (.tidies Aaaaultrd by Theb
UfinirU mill Itrutally Outrai-ed
riioMin mi, II. I., AptiU5. A special
to the ,S(nr from Taunton, Mass., ?iy
AVord was i-eeelved nt the Centrd l'olict
bt.ttlou Thursday evening to look out foi
olio Arthm Dubuque, alias Aichy Pepray,
xv allied In Lonsdale, K, I., for a hiut.il rapo
Ciiptaln Cash at once started out and np
lested his man In a liquor saloon and
Immglit him to tlie bUtlou bouse. Detectivi
1'olUid, of Lonsdale, who sent after the
tuiiti, was Infoiuieil of tho eupturo and cami
beio yesterday morning, taking Uubiiqm
lnek vvllh Ii) tn.
Tho detevtive's story of thu affair foi
winch lmuiiiitit was arresttsl, as a paitiel
pint, Is substantially as follows: Oiithonlgbl
of Apiil 12, Cl.ua Curlls, aged twenty-four,
and Klialietli ilaitill, agiil foiilleen, ilt
tiiiihel a galhe ling at Lincoln, It. I,, and
oiler the alliili was over were iM'isuiuhsl by
lleniv Fouiney and Dubuque, two of theli
iieqiiaintancfs, to allow them to txseort them
home. In a wagon. The p.trty leturiied by a
circuitous mute, and when they m lived at a
lilecH nf woods tho young nu u niado Insiilt
Ing proiKmils The gills lepelled. Dubuque
Isullcgod to luvu then pulhd the Maillu girl
out of the curiugo and iliaggial her into the
woods wheio he lirulally ieaiiit(d lier. He
Ihcu conducted the gltl back to tho wagon
vv hero a slruyglo was going on belvvis-u Iho
Curtis girl nnd rounder, which ended suinl
lntly, The men me alleged to have detained
thu girls till daylight nnd then to havo
abandoned Ibem In the woods. After being
under iiKdleal tie.itincnt for seveial days,
the young xvoiuen made complaint which
lias lesiutoii in DiiuiiqiU'S uriest. i'ournicr
U utlll being sought for bv the) uolicu.
Rod Cloud Presents 01mrg03 Against In
dian Agent McOillicutldy Boforo
Arraucrnielits fur IIik Itf union iirtlin AllllJ
or Hie I'ntiiiiiae Colonel C'orklillt
Ti-allllen In Iho Dlekaoli Vase
I. If iiteouut .lone It Case
iikii cr.oui) im WAsni.vfnor.
Wasiiimiiov, Apiil 25. lied Cloud, no
comiMiilod by his altoniey, .Mr. Wlllnrd, l)r
lllanil and Tod llniidnll, liad a cuufeienet
Willi Indian Coiiimls.ouer Atkins yesterday
inomliig. Indliin Agent McGillleiiddy
Yoiiiig-Man-Afrald-of-Ills-Hoi.ses and twi
Indian police, vveie also piesent. Kcil Clone
piesenlei' a vvillteu statement in which h(
charged McGillleiiddy with liilsnppiopr.ntliit
funds and endeavuilng to crush him anc
destroy his Influence. McGillleiiddy enterec
a geiieml denial. A number of xvltnesso
will be examined when tho conference I e
nssemblcs lo day.
Tin; Cilmiiial Court room was crowdeo
yesleiday with an Inti tested audience,
ili.iwii tluroln expecla'ion of bearln? sen
sallonal ti-sllmony in the Dickou trial. Col
oiKi Coiknll, cx-DiMilel Attorney, was io
(nihil ami testified that on tho lefusal o.
the guild jmy to indict Mr. I)iekon, At
oniiij a i iii-r.il liievvsier iook tlie wlioK
matter out of hlsbnnds. Peieivnl Keniuily,
a eleik In tho Depailnieut of Jttslice, do
tailed how ho was emploved fo vvaleh Mr.
Dleksoi I leain his opinion of Ihu integ
rity of tlie Slnr Hoiilo juiy. Mr. .Smith,
Hick-son's counsel, took the dnnd and testl
fl(d In the efloits to bnvo Hiek'nu's case
biought toliial, but without success.
The find ius utul sentence of the couit
iii.iill.il in the (aso or Pirsl Lieutenant
James I,. Jouelt. Tcnlli Cavalry, xvbo was
(b.ilgiil Willi ItiegulnrltUs in the ncioimli
of the post at San Antonio, at which bo win
in (otnm.ind, have been uppiovcd by Ilia
Piesldenl. The eh.uge was sustained and
lecoiumended dismissal. Lieutenant Jem
ett Isn sou of Hear Ailmlial Jouett, xvbo
commands the Ninth Atlantic Station.
I'.xteiisive pieparallons aie being made foi
tlie iciiulon of the Army of the Potomac In
llalllmoie on the Oili and 7lh pioximo.
L.uge (lelegntions from different part' oftho
coimtry have slguillcd (heir intention ol
being pn sent. From Indications the meet
ing will be one of the laigest and most suc-coi-sful
ever laid by Ihe society. Greatly
reduced rates aio offeied bv the Peimsyl
vanl.i Railroad to parti s xHlting Iialtundro
(lining the reunion, ami this, no doubt, to
gether with other Inducements, will swell
the throng of v l-itnrs there.
Tim I'lesideut appointed Henry T. Ker
nocb.iii, Naval Officer of Now Orleans, and
Cornelius S. Scheiirk, Appraisers at Port
land, Oregon. .Svicluiy Maniilng appointed
George It. Tingle, of Molilalia, and C. W.
Ity.in, of ludiaiM, I'nlbsl Slates ncints lo
tho Seal Fisheries of Alaska.
Tho luislmisler at Maila, Pa., has been
nireslnl ror lilllng icgisteiodlettcts. Inlhe
absenee of Hie sureties the ntliee has la en
closed and nil mail will bu forwarded fr
linker's Sunimll, tho ne.uest postoffice.
Senator Voorliees and a number ot olhei
Indiana DenuK-rnts called upon tho l'res.
dent yisfeidav to urge upon him tho iifees
sity of lmiuedialc'liaiige In the ltevenuu
Collectois of the .Ni.cto. They want all the
present incumbents displaced and Democrats
put in then places. They plaeed the (as,
iK'foie Ihe I'lisiil, nt us sliong as pos-ihle,
but came away dissalisll 1 be cause the J'li-a-lileut
xvus not piofuse in bis nssiiianees ot
eompiv lug Willi theii vvlslies.
Air. Men Ii-k, (ounsel foi the Sfafo in Hk
leccnt Vngliii i bond eases, will on Mond.ix
next oi P e Monday following make n
motion in Ihe Siipieme Coin t Hi it aigiiinent
ill tlie eases b- ieoni,d. This (ontem
platid action u-iovvs out ol the npp.uent In
consistency iu the two decisions n tlicsi
cases, tbeoiie lein'eied in lbsi and tlie olliei
uIkuiI ten davs ul'o.
The Aineiiein Surgical Assiudation elo-ed
Its aniiiial ses-,ton yestenl.iy and adjouriiei
lo iiiiH-t ill Washington one year hence.
beiietaix I ani.ii has appoint) d Joseph 11.
Wnidoll Cbh I of the Census Division or tin
Iliteiim Depaitment. Ml. Wurdell will l;.ixt
Join assistants. 'I'bcie aie now tvvovoltiuie"
le lily foi eoni ilal ion, to which vvoik he
will (Hurt Ids a't 'iition. He hopes lo have
these volumes publ shid inn shoit time,
A p uly of ai my and navy ollicirs lelt
toi Noiiidk list night In liojies that vv.u
will be clei land between i'ligl.iuil and Rus
sia. Tbev will cbaiter a steamer ami ex
ited thai the Iaisllsli uiiin-of-vvar, (larnct,
and tlie l!iis.siau corvette, Strylax will en
g.e.'e In a inval combat. The Gaii.et vva'
onl ued In proreial lo Havana, fiom llieuce
fo K- v Wi st and lo ll.'iinuda. I'pon arriv
ing al Havana Captain Hand dlsiegarded
bis nideis and followed the Russian vessel.
'I he fvvo vessels aie well matehdl with tlie
exception (hat Hie Garnet e.inles about our
htiiiilied luoie men than the Stiylav. Ilotli
vessels ale now in Hampton Roads.
Al Hie exe'cutlvo .esslon of (he National
Aiademy of Sciences, these new ini-mliers
were elected. Professor K. L. Iloldcn, ol
WImoiisIii llrnij M t. hell. HostoiiJ S. W.
I'Atunin. and W. A A. Rodgers, of Cam
biidge, AIuss.. end Dr. AinnM Il.igur, ol
New Yoil;, 'Iho meeting adjoiinied fn
clc In the aftenioon.
1'oiiilAMi, Mo., April 2,5. The steaiiifi
Dominion anived yesleiday morning
Amoiigthe p.sseugcrs wasa party of Danet
nu tholr way lo the West. 'Ihey iv thU
aiiangeinents air now being made lo hriui
ovim at least 5,000 of theli rouulrymen t(
t-ike up n great tract of land in the Wes
nud foi in a Danl-h enlitiy. Thosteamei
also bieaight tveutv-oiie vounj men. mem
beisof tiif Coiitriejatlonil Union of Lou
don. I'l.ev rein siil a number of ti.nles
Tiiey piojKiso to se'tleiu t',iu.i(li,
ti(If lucif aKi-il.
LoxM.it , Mass, April S5. The 1,701
ninployes of the Lowell Manufacturing Com
puny vveie happily Miipi'seil yesteidav
uioiiiiiur by tlie anuoiineeuieul that nu Iu
ci ease In their wage-, to neuily Ihe ole
stniid.ud Ik foie the Ia-J Kiiuctloii would b(
made on Monday next. This ism neeoid
alien with Suji'ilntindent Lyon's piomis(
that .' s sb ild be adv. meed when biui
ness eondllloiiskhould warrant It.
Mint till Ml.lri'is.
Sri'i iiknx it i r.. ()., Apiil 25. Yesleiday
ii'oinliig 1'ostei Wilcoxen, a notoi lous char
acler, shot Ills mlatiess, Milllo rreiieh, at
ileunegan's niIooii, on Mmkei Street. The
ball enleied near the left eye and Inllleteil
piobably fatal iniuiles. Wilcoxen xvasnr-le-stcd
a fe-vv weeks -ago foi stabbing the
same woman, Inflicting a wound fiom which
she hud not leioveied.
.Kln ll .lililt;' In l(ei,lu;ii,
Com Mm s O., Apiil 25. A petition
XV lih-li Is being signed by all tbo allnrneys
ofllieeltv. Is in elieuhiliou lequesliiig Hie
lesi , 'nation ol Judge Wy lie. lie Is alleged
to have Iikii diunk, Willi luief Intel mis
sions, tin tlie past vear
Ilo.itli of (le ueral I'erry
Ni:w Youif, April 25. General John J.
I'eny, fmnieiiy of Mississippi, died at thu
llahnenmoii Hospital Thursday ulglit,
whence) lie had been removed moio than a
week ago fiom the Hoffman lioiiao. Gon
eial lVuy was In command of Lugo bodies
of ConfiaJtralo cavalry under Leo during the
XXXI. Nnmbr 7H.
MURPHY & BRO.
m. m wi
A LINE OF
44 inch, in sliadoa of
BUB, IDF, BI1D1, Ull.
These goods are
splendid value at 75c.
43 & 50 Limestone.
in dozen more new an4
at i roit TiiiS ciioici;.
riiesenrerarehiry.it a, a thor veil in all reUU
stt res fu 81 i nr tr a neJ iJepartment lias ie
'i'hul siiim new nu'fMms A I our trim mod
(Mi8 nf Ia-t week nie nov nursed uowi twenty
(Hrce t Don't tio!io lnauJn them all flum
iner, 'Ih iMft heap kids arc about all sold Don
J. E. EhREMHART,
1!) KAST II IN.
Anicrti-nn Imjltviiii Joining '
I'viioo, Dak., Aprils.";. A trTlr frm
returned from the Xallonal Prk rfporti 9m
Iiidlnus In Montana ai tine.-ny. EmlKswhi
fiom Kiel are among tho lodgm t(Mb Ai
bucl.s to ko on tho wnr-pnth tcthnn IM
iJoiuiuion. uno liiindred na flfty at i
crowed i no .xiiuiern J'acmc trseJts
bound north, and It tho tronbl
many (vairiois In Wiomlnt. Monti
the Hlr.i k llilli will so north to't
I.i ni 1: Kock, Ark., April 25. Cli
L Motlilt, aged n.nelefn, '
yiteiday nt Dallas, Ark., r
minder of William ehfrnl. Th
lion wa imblic and was whnwM
laiL-e crowd, i lie culprit nmlnni4
la( thai he vvai Innocent, and Bt kid
Mitliout a tremor. J lie murrtor
ted when Jlollitt Tvasonlyfixt
1 imk th vil.
llAiiiMnnr, April 25. llm
IMgar, stet-aus;hter of Colonel J. K.
parte, i nd Ricat Rrimd-daiichttr ef Ml
Web-tir, was clothed with the hiMt Mf
veil of the Older of the Vls(tloj), fm,
Cinivent, 1'ark A venuo snd Cf ntw Strt4
Tliuisilay cv -iiiuk. Mis TAk&t tcok mm
naine in leluion of Sister Mary De alaL
rirtiro-l'nouinnnU In Illlntli.
rr.oiii, III.. April 25. Dr. Pirn, SWl
Velerliinlaii, vi-ltrd this city Thnrsiy m4
found -eveial Jersey cattle on tho Btflf
f ai in h k with p'turo pnMimonln. Tht
en-cs bail ni urinated in a binglo burn. AD
the aunnil Mio' illed. as a matter of fi
eautloii 'Lev vvue ten in number, mt
(Ihiss Works I)ftiiis;cd lij FIra.
l'n-i-iti'ii(iii, Apiil J". At n esrly how
yeMi nl.iv uioin'i'ir tbo glass works of A.
teibiuviV t'n vv,r, badly damsfjed by fir.
Tho bmldina and a large quantity nf finished
glasxvv.iu Pethei with valuablo monleX
vveie destiny ed." Loss about 550,000;
Altlm in in ulli'ilnii'ri Itfinlutlnn Adoptrd.
Cine vno, Spill 25. Ahleimnn Oullor
ton'H iCMilutlon ilenoniielng tho parilsa
pre.v tin inallgnlng Clilesgo tmft dlrluf
that peace and good oidei pievalled hA
was pa-.Mil liy tho City Council ThunidBy
uiglil. bv -a votcnf IS to 12.
Dilw-rti on n Strike.
Ciii.iiiiviian, Mich., Apiil 25. Ow 8M
livei tliivcisnie on strike and pmdlni tha
MieelN, ch( cilng nuil gettlnc new rwrntt ti
Join them. 'Ihev aie n(Ti-iwl Si 25 pr Am
but want $2. Tin ii demand will no dMH
be acceded to. No violence MhrtkUnat.
Ili-atli of .VI Uh I'licrb VnJ.rWk
-Ni:vv Youk, April 25. Mlw
Vandeibllt, inily Miivlvlna: ulster f Mis
Comiuodoio Vandeibilt, iilcl Tliursdy, Kg!
bevciuy-M years, in-r uro lias UMaoutol
rotliement nnd benevohiico.
MURPHY & ID.