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Springfield Globe -Republic
SPEENGFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 11, 1885.
ITlIXa 8PBIJJOPIBLI) UIlU 111.14.'.
1 Volum XXXI, Number ill.
Volume V. Number 1N7. f
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Wasiiinoton, May 11, Ohio Valley nud
Tcnntieo Slightly warmer, lair wca he,
TrtrlnMo winds, falling, proceeded in the eatt
era portion by rising barometer.
We were lenouily in error I alt week In ad
TcrttilDg gauze underwear, ttraw hats, boy's
shirt wnlits, Jean draw era and luch. Too
loon. We'd better bare spoken in column
length of winter orercoats going lor almost
the cloth and trimmings till Friday next, the
10th; of warm elastic shaker iccka 20c and
25c; of henry all wool scarlet underwear, and
gray mnikinaws still bearler; of fur caps and
warmly lined mittens; of ear muffs and such
Lucky to haie alt belts on hand to talk
In view of a change in this week's
weather, we'll venture to speak of ucdinm
belt underwear SOc, wanted all the jcar
round, fine neckwear in medium or dark
shades 2Dc, 35c, 40c, SOc, nerer out of sea
son, spring weight overcoats cot easy to do
without, $9, $10, $12, boy's sailer suits in
materials and shapes of our own picking and
designing, $1.25, $1.60, $1.75, $2, $2.60, $3,
$3.50 and up, fine and not so fine, every
want properly cared lor.
Tor agoj -I to 12 years, new patterns, new
shapes, new prices In boy'a faucy casslmcre
plaited bit use suits. Lot 7494 Is an ectlrely
new plaited and belted suit of plaid mateiial
fur ages 4 to 10 years, $3 per suit. Lot 6112
boy'a plaited and belted suits of the very
latest shape, rinc-tentbs pure cutton, $2 prr
suit. Lot C428, boy's gray kersey knock
about suit in ages 4 to 12 years, $3. Till
cult is often advertised and sold for all wool,
but not hete. Lit C41C, plaited blouse suit
without bell, fine brown mixed material,
$3.50 per suit. New things arriving Irom
our factory almost daily. The boy'a brown
mixed long stocking at 10c are worth a
minute's time. People are beginning to ical
Ize the dlllercnce in rubber coats. One can
tell aljiost nothing about tbeie garments
Irom locks. One looks as well as another,
and they all look alike. There are differ
ences though. There Is but one best make.
We keep no others. Retailed at wholesale
prices in accordance with tbe rule on al
goods we handle.
liiibte)Is in fine silk, ladle's or 'gentle
men's size. Fine alpaca as well. Gossamere
umbrellas too, are here, $2.25.
Working shirts and overalls are more
numerou ly displayed, and lets in priced
Where but here do you find even a poor
hickory working shirt for 25c? Where but
here do you find every Bhirt plainly m irked
its valuo? Solid indigo bluta, open back
with detaihtd collars.
lllue flannel shirts, all wool, $2 for $1.25
and others at $1, browns and grays for the
Of tbe hundred dozen nickel handker
chiefs but few are left. Be quick.
Springfield's Only One Price Clothiers
Furnishers and Hatters.
A Holler on the Dock t Dunkirk, N. Y
Kiploilra Wowing Three Trraona Into
the Lake Muveral Oilier. Injured.
Punkihk, May 11. The Arm of Foot
Walker had contracted to repair Wright &
Company's lumber dock at this place nnd
bail bought n wcond-liand boiler to run t
wnnll pile-driver. They were Just getting
up steam In It for the first time late Satur
day when tho explosion occurred. About
thirty men anil bo)s weto standing near
when the (taping steam inado a loud noise,
mill some laid: "Shu's going In blow up."
Tim enroll ran for the shore end of the
dock. Mr. Footo was In the act of throwing
water Into the fire-box and was blown sixty
feet out Into the lake. He came to tho sur
face twice, but the people were so panlc
stilcken they could render him no assistance.
Ills dead body was recovered. The fireman
and a man named ltiley are niUsliig and It Is
supposed they were cltlierkllleel or drowned.
Thu lake is lielng dragged for their bodies,
Imtna et without suece.s.s. Mr. Walker,
Footo's partner, was blown forty feet Into
the lake, but not Injured. Several others
were foicod to take a cold bath, but all were
rescued. An employe named George
Cruiser swam to shore with Harrison Tut
hill, manager of Wright's planing mill, and
afterwards rescued a lad named Frey, whose
right arm was broken In two places by a
piece of the imller. The coroner's Inquest
will bo hulil to day.
llaae IUII Notes.
PiinviiiK.NCK, May 11. Henry T. Root
lias resigned the Presidency of the Provl
deneo Ha.su H.ill Association, owing to the
action of tho League In reinstating tho con
Boston, May 11. Tbe Boston League
Club managers have written all other Leaguo
clubs, save Providence, for expressions of
opinion In the easo of pitcher Shaw, who
signed with Boston. They ask that Shaw
lio black-listed under Section 14 of the
The Men-of-Wnr at New York.
'kw Yoiik, May 11. The British man-of-war
Garnet left lieie yesterday undci
sealed orders, It Is said, for Bermuda. The
Canada remains, but Is coaling. The Stre
lok is still anchoied in tbe river.
Hrldueil on Hall.
Nkw Yoiik, May 11. Juror Munsoll, of
tlm Phelan-Short case, who was arrested fot
jcrjtiry, has been released In 5,000 ball to
nppeir to-day forbearing.
New York, Boston and Chlcage
Men with the Rebel Chief.
A "Master Mind" Is Directing His
Over Sixty Thousand Half-Breeds
and Indians About to Take
Whisky Rebellion in Iowa.
Itlel'a llebrltlon. ,
St. Pa ol, Hay 11. John McLane, Bis
marck, Dakota, just returned from Winnipeg,
wbero ho bnd been delivering horses, teams
and suppliis to the Canadian Government,
says; The Government has advices that
men from Chicago, New York and Boston
are with Kiel, ami that a master mind, not
Kiel's, is directing his movements,
lie says General Middlcton's success
at flittoucliL' is absolutely ntc.esary
to prevent tho Indians from uprising en
masip. It Is btlltvul that there are about
1,500 ball breeds in llio fitlil, nud U0.O0O In
dians aio ready to tnko tbe war path, ami that
there are but 1,000 troops to opposo them.
St. Joins, N. U., May 11. The Helvetia
wai wrecked In a storm off tbe Banks. Cap
tain Scboonhaven wa3 the same man who
was in command nl another vessel
wrecked In the same locality. The
Helvetia has been knocking about in the ice
iu the Gul of St, Ijtwtenco seven or eight
day. Her bows were stove In and she was
otherwise d imaged by ice. She was leaking
badly. On Friday Captain Scboonhaven left
Cape Ity and bore up lor Sidney, having all
he cou'd do to keep tho ship nil on t. Situr
day ii heavy sea sprang up and he
hailed the steamer Acadian, which took
the Helvetia In tow and headed for Louis
buig, and had not gone far tiefore Captain
Schooabaven lignaled that he was sinking
Passengers and crow bad hardly got rlear be
fore the Helvetia careened and sunk. The
Acadian then took tbe survivors to Port
Hawksburg The Helvetia carried a cargo
valued at (2,000,000 and sank in deep water.
Death of Onv. Walker Comll ion of (leu.
New York, May 11. Kx-Gjvernor flilbrrt
C. Walker, of Virginia, died here this morn
ing. Dur'n the carlj part of lait nijiht Gen
eral Grant experienced corifidcuibie pain
in bis throat" and was restless. Soon after
midnight he slept, but the sleep wai not con
tinuous. Ho awakened at.iutervals and food
wai given him through the night It was
ten this morning before he arose for the day
and was dressed. He had slept about the
usual number of hours, though the sleep bad
been Interrupt! d ns stated.
During the forenoon General Grant turned
his attention to his book and did some work
Canuon J'lrta HIiiiNelr On".
Salt Lake, May 11. Whcu AngusCannon
was called up for sentence yesterday, he said
he was conscious ol having violated no law.
His conscience was serene. He hail obeyed
the Kdmunds Uw as he understood it. That
is why he was living in the same house with
his wives. He bad Intercourse with but one.
He wes gratified t' bear the court
say the law had made all his children
equal heirs. Iln thought, in view of this
fact, it was unjust to hold n man u criminal
for eating with them nnd their mothers at
the table. He would now submit and bow to
tbe decrees of the court, trusting to be able
to bear up under his trials.
Winmceo, May 10. Hejoris fiom tte
front are to tbe tiled that a battle between
Middlelon'a lorce and Kiel at Batoucbes has
been raging since yesterday morning. It
began by cannonading the log and earthworks
of Kiel by Middlelon'a artillery corps. The
result so far Is understood to be a diawn battle.
An atleaipt will probably be made when the
works have been reduced to storm the position
simultaneously from the front and back, wher
Irlgbtlul fatalities are likely to result, as tbe
enemy are well armed and deadly in aim.
Lonuov, May 11 12.30 Confols orencd
this morning at B3J j stocks firm; 1:30 p. m ,
Consols 98 13 IU
A dispatch Irom Teherm says: The Ameer
Hook Hara tiroes the Shah ot Persia to releuso
The i:uuUll Iu l)t.
Donoila, May 11, Ic Is retorted that
Osman Digna, with a tew followers, has ar
rived at Berber, and I hat the Etnler of Berber
has gone to Khartoum to sdlcit niuforce
inenlt to dppose the British advancing from
Tlm Pope HpenKa.
London, May 1 1. The Vatican opposes tl e
introduction ot tbe question of the rrlailous
of the Irish Kplsoopaocy with the Eogl'sli
government into the programme ot the coun
cil of blshopB, to be held sion in Ireland.
(liinpowder and Dyimiultr.
St Pmusuuwi, May 11 Advices through
Vienna report that iiianlitls of guupowder
and dynamite are being stored in Beveral coal
ing stations. Work C3iilinues on the Crous
llenrr M.Stiiulrjr (Jovxruor orCoiiu.
Viinna, May 11, A Brusiels dispatch t?
the Pdltlsche Correspondence, sajs: llcnr"
M, Stanley bos been uppo uted Ujvr.ir t
tho Cougo S ate.
A llluiriir the l.arl.
Caicutta, May 11 An olhclal statement
from the Etrl of Dullerin approving Mr.
Gladstone's policy would do much to 'reas
sure the people here, but the Viceroy remains
Colcusk, May II. Ferdinand Hlller, lbs
c ltbrated Genuan composer and pianist, dud
bre ibis morning.
With One I'xvrpilou.
New Youk, May 11. Stocks firm at open
ing for everything except New York Central,
A Whisky Hebellloii.
Mubcatink, Iowa, May U. An assault
was committed last night on tho house of It.
W. Lord. Stones wire thrown through the
windows and narrowly missed Mrs. Lord.
Lord is employed as custodian for seventy
five barrels of whisky, which were seized by
tbe temperance alliance.
Nw Yohk, May 11. The score In the
roller skating match at 10 o'clock this morn.
Ingwas: Snowden 124, Maddock 123, W
Boyst 122, Reynolds J21, Walton 110, Stock
114, Oonella 109, Emery 103, A. Boyst 101,
Francis 100, Harri'man 99, Claxton 05, Grn-
Trial of the Djnnmltera.
Lonuov, May 11. The trial of James Cun
ningham and Harry Burton, on charge of
treason and felony for alleged complicity In
dynamite outrages at Westminster Hall nnd
the tower ot London was begun this morning
in the Central Criminal Court.
WAsnitiaTON, May 11. The President to
day signed the ct amissions of Wm, B. Mc
Donald, Fargo, Dakota, Assistant Justice ot
the Supreme Court of Dakota, and A. P.
Smlntford, Michigan, Governor of AlsBka.
Ah Unexpected Failure.
Cleveland, O, May 11. D. Mattln k Co,
the oldest commission merchants In Cleve
land, made an assignment to Allred H. Leecc,
with a bond of $10,000. Martin Is president
ol the Board of Trade.
A coroner's Jury In the Lemont (111.) riot
rendered a Verdict censuring the sheriff and
Oahln Hohens and William I'rnzer, forger
and burglar reapec-ilvely, escaued from thu
new Jail at Bucyrus, U.
Tho Garnet has leltNew York harbor with
out designating her course. The Canada, a
better vessel, takes ber place.
George S. Barber was arrested at Believue,
O., lor the murder ol Michael McGarry iu
Akron, O , thirteen years ago.
A package shipped from the West via the
American Express Company to Indianapolis
purporting to contain $1,000, was found, on
arrival, to contain nothing but paper.
Alexander Steele, an attendant in the In
sane Asylum al Norristown, Pa., was arrested
for murder, having killed .an in'ane patient
by a brutal assault for refuting to go to bed.
The outlook for a fine cotton crop is very
Tbe fires in tbe Blue Mountains, VI ginin,
are dying out.
A new Baptist chapel was dedicated at Lin
wood, O., on Sunday.
The Connotton Valley Ra'lroad was (old,
at Canton, O, for $635,000.
The Murphy temperance movement is on
the increase in Pittsburg.
Physicians have decided that the l'lrmouth
(Pa ) epidemic is true typhoid Jever. it U
The council of Catholic prelates has decid d
to locate the the new Catholic University at
The Western Avenue M. E, Church, a new
edifice In Chicago, is dedicated this week by
several days' services.
The laying of the Havana cable baa be,n
completed by the steamer Dacia, which had
returned to Key West.
Abraham Critei. known as the Braxton
skeleton, died at Wheeling, W. Va , Saturday.
At his death he weighed lorty pounds.
An unexpected explo.ion of a blast of dvna
niite and powder, at Martinshurg, W. Vn.,
killed Frank Keller and badly injured another
Wm. Wright was arrested at Terre Haute,
Ind.. and is held for identification aj one of
thoe implicated in the express robbery nerir
The steamship Germania, that came so near
being wrecked off tbe Irish coast in tbe storm
of April 5, airived in the New York harbor
Bev, Dr. Eells, of Line Sjralnsry Facultr,
resigned the pastorate of the Seeon l Presby
terian Church, and delivered his fare will
A feirboat with six passengers capsized in
Monongaheia River, at Six-mile Ferry, F ...
and Mrs. Orlella Gubenee and her eight-year-old
son and August Ruse were drowued.
Jonathan Dustman, of Youngstown, O ,
forged his brother's name to a note for a large
amount, and upon discovery drove to Salem
and took an east bound Penusylvauia train.
aeneral Grant Walkn Out and Chata With
If ia Krlands Dr. Harknr Ouei to Kurupe.
Nkw York, May 10. General Grant slept
fully seven hours Saturday night and when
tour doctors of the staff met in consultation
this forenoon, tbey found the general's condi
tion waf, if anything, Improved, but thu can
cerous snots were unchanged. Dr. Barker
sails for Europe this week nnd this was his
last consultation belore going. When about
to leave he bid the general gaod-by and said:
"When I come back in autumn I shall expect
to find your literary work finished to your
satisfaction." "You don't expect to find me
though, do you?" said tbe general. "I
shall hope so, an) how," responded
Dr. Barker, ns he went awuy, Ut.
Shrady said tbe two new cancer
fpots had not perceptibly Increased since
Wednesday, The General at the window
waved adieu to Doctor Douglas as be drove
awny with his family, Roscoe Conkllognnd
Cyrus W, Field called during the alternoon.
At 5 o'clock this alternoon, while throngs
were strolling on tbe avenues, General
Grant, attended only by Harrison, It'll his
bouse nnd walked toward Madison avenue,
ills pace was more brisk than during any
previous walk. As he neared tbe corner of
the avenue, he seised his cane i ear the mid
dle, reached tbe corner and walked a half
block up-townward, unaided by bis stiik
Then, as he lelt tbe added strain of the d'ght
ascent between Sixtr-sixtb tnd Sixt- eventh
streets, be aga'n brought his caue
Into use. "You seem to bave littlo
ue for the cane," suggested Gereral
Lemao, who joined and walked wi'h the gen
eral. "I'll Leed that yet uw bile," responded
tbe treneral, half smiling. "And now you'ie
cained another block on your walking die
tance," said Leman. As the general turned
back at Sixty-seventh street he said: "1 thiuk
it'll do me good. I haven't walked so lar in
a long time," was tbe response ot tbe invalid,
who added: "I will add a blocs at a lime
this way as I get stronger, an 1 then I'll walk
twice a day, mjruing and alternoon, beside
riding at midday. Why do I drive Just ut
no)n? The doctors aavLed it. They say
there was lets malaria in tbe atmosphere nt
that hour of tbe day. No, I teel uo mine fa
tigue, as I can see, than alter my walks to
Madison avenue," concluded the general as he
reached the steps of his bouse. He mounted
tho s'epi with as Utile evidence of weariness
as on the pievious occasions ot txetci-o.
Ben, Shade is bustling around lively to re
organize tbe Daytona and the chances are a
present flittering that he will succeed. Look
out for fun or gore if Dayton gels a ttroug
Boundary Question Between Eng
land and Russia Settled.
London, May 11. Iuiegard tolhe Afghan
boundary question, Lord Granville said a con
ference upon the subject had been held be
tween himself, Earl of Kimherly, Secretary
for India, nnd Daren de Staal, Russian Min
ister in London, which resulted in an
agreement perfee ly satisfactory to England,
Russia nnd Earl of DulWln.
Lord Hartlngtop, Secretary for War, stated
In the Homo of Commons this alternoon the
decision reached by the Government in re
gard to the Soudan, practically Involved the
abtndomnent of an advance on Khartoum.
171 K NfltlytlFIKI.DS KAT
IlKtOHK XII H tCRlBH.
Nntiirilri)'ff (lame at Atiioclation Park
DUiiBter I'ollowa Knt nnd Fnllowa
Fnatrr ChnliRea In the Tnm Mllloll
II. WeatBlKned-Notea, Ktr.
When the Cincinnati American Associa
tion team rcceutly made the rematkably and
nonliving record of three consecutive goose
eggs, It didn't by any means follow that they
couldn't play ball, or were a gang of "bums"
or Jonahs. On the contrary, It was Just
such a piece of mislortune as Is likely to
overtake any team In such an uncertain game
ns base ball. The new Springfield team lost
three consecutive games last week, but those
who are condemning the club on these
grounds and kicking at its poor playing may
have a brilliant opportunity ol eating their
own words before the season is over. A sus
ensiuii of public opinion is clearly demanded
until the team shows what stuff it is made
after ft mouth or two of games.
The lines were victorious in Saturday's
game by tbe score of 9 to 4. Although man
ifestly an Inferior team, they out-batted and
out-fulled the fprlngfi Ids yesterday, being
very fortunate iu bunching their hits at crit
ical points, while the Springfields piled up
their errors. Arundel occup'ed the box for
the home club, and with good support, would
have been more than fairly efiective. As It
wa, the fi'MIng ot the club was discouraging
and he "ns hit rather freely. Carroll caught
a strong game till along toward the last,
when he allowed eeverjl balls to pass hlro.
ills batting, however, was the feature of the
gime, and toge'her with a brilliant slop by
Ardner, aroused enthusiasm Iu the crowd.
The visitors begin tbe fuu in tbe first
Inning. Itius-eiu led oil with a two-bgger
to lelt field, which was a close shave frcm a
foul. He reached third pa Pickinpaugb'a wild
throw and scored on a pftsied ''ball. Campuu
reached first on infield hit but was lorced out
ut second on Darling's grounder. Tho latter
Scored on a bunch ol errors an 1 some brilliant
In tbe third inning, the Springfields made
two run'. Kelly ojened with a cracking two
bagger to center, was advanced to third on
Carroll's tale smgie und scored on Ardr.er's
hit to center. Carroll and Ardscr both scored
on Darling's high throw over tecond base.
This made three rum before a man
was ou', but lluey, Baker and Arundel
thought it was about time to stop and ended
tbe lun by going out consecutively. In tbe
sixth, Carroll knocked the ball over the right
field fence lor a borne run, which ended tbe
run getting fur the Springfield'. The score
was then 4 to 2 in their favor, and it began
to look like a virtory.
This pleasant illusion was knocked silly
In the next Inning, and the public is referred
to Jack Shoupe lor piriicultrs. Darling led
i tl with a bit 10 third which Shoupe juggled
andgave the ruincr a base. He reached sec
ond on Fuat.'s mulf and scored immedi
ately afterwards on Hlerunucr'a safe
single. Rjyii3lds hit a hot one to Shuup,
which that jojing inau permitted to go
through him like a shot, and tbe batter
reached tcond, while llierbauer perched on
tnird. Both were brought in immediately by
Reardon'8 base hit to right, putting the vis
itors a run iu advance. At this point the
crowd begun to notice how unpleasant the
weather nai, and how uulaioralle to base
ball, generally. The niu b inning was even
more of n picnic. Darling riaebed first on a
tquare mull by Faalz who, by the way, had
n day olf jestenlay stole eecond, took
third on a punned ball, and teored
on Deekerd's full bearded single
to center. The ball managed to soeak
through Kclly' legs tin 1 weut on back to the
feuce. It was fielded in so slowly that Deck
crt reached home Reynolds and Reardon
hit fulely and scored ou Seward'd sacrifice
and a passed bell. In their hull ot the ninth
the Springfields went out in orJer nnd the
agony was over. Steck's umpiring was main
ly ealislactory. The score:
A. II. II. I II. I'.O. A. E.
Ardner, 2 b 4 1 1 3 a 1
IVUlinuunli.il 4 0 10 0 1
IUtler, U u 1 2 t
lasts, lb 4 0 0 li 0 3
lluey, r.f 4 u 1 0 0 0
bliou,31 3 0 0 0 2 1
Arundel. I 0 1 1 11 1
Kellv.cl 4 12 2 11
Carrull, c 4 2 3 7 2 1
lo als 3i 4 9 27 21 II
A, II. 11 I II. I'.O. A, B.
Ilouitneau, t, s & 1 I 2 b 4
8nilili.il I .10 0 0 2 0
I'auiimu, 1 1 ft 0 1 1J U 0
fiarlutr, u. fi 3 U ft 1 1
1'eckenl, 2 b ft I 1 3 -O 0
lllertiaiier, r ( 5 12 3 2 0
UeynuM, I. t S 2 1 0 0
KeirUuil.cf fl 1 2 u 0 1
ttwarJ, 1 5 0 2 0 8 0
Tutals 45 1) 12 27 17 6
linilllKl 12 34S6789
i;ri 200 0 0003 49
Hume rum Carr II.
'lvo lmit lilu Kelly and Ituusieau.
L- It ou bAte Light a Ii.
stiiuxoiit-On Arumlel 5,ou Seward 4.
!!aeiuu balU Hy Menard, I.
I'uued bA ti-Ca'rull f, llirlllig 2.
Wild pltchts -Arundel 1.
Time ol uiiino '1 wo hours.
Umpire Newton bteck.
Mananer Fiiher ralurday concluded nego
tiation with M Hon D, West, ot Mansfield,
center fielder of latt jeai'a Cincinnatis, and
he will arrive iu time to pity in that position
ou Monday in the second game with the
E ies. Wi st is one ot the very best batters in
the counti), and a brilliant fielder. He is a
magnificent addition to tl e team, and will
contribute both to the baltirg and fielding
Tho Arbitration Only Ecgarded as a Form-
ality to Help Oladatouo Out of
Ituxlu U Cemented All Sim Auk nnd More
Than Hhe i:irUfil -ttinpiircil Ills-
rutior In thi Inilln (.niiiitll.
Tltn fONTK-MIONS IADU MV HITS"!.
Sr. l'i:t rittiii iki. Mnj II.-- l'i'r)body
hero bolli'Ms Hint tin1 tonlCM of mi mliltin
tor will lie iiipilte'il. Tin' e uri'silmi niacin
by itiml.i to inbuilt Hit! iiirHim lo :u bit ra
tion Is legaiiltil na a formality to help (Hail
stone out of thuillniriilt). A high authority
Is reiMirleil ih snj In: "ltimstn gt ts almost
all she wnnti'il mul nitieli inure- llitn sho ex-IH-cted.
.She g Is piestlgi1, such oh no power
bad In AsU him u Tlmour tlm Tntiar. What
Knglnnd gets beside the liidcnsed Income
tax It Is illfTlcult to see." Tho opinion hi
expressed that Huxila will conredu the Zull
fear pass lo Afghanistan.
It Is reporleiltlut Prince I.obiuolTIs to
succeed SI. De-filers ni MlnMer of Foieigr.
I.omiov, May 11. -Hxrlllug reixirts of
serious illshiiilntis In tho indl.i Council and
of tin1 threatening Httllitile of 11 ixrucrftll
wing of tho Inilia (iou'iiimi nt, ero In cir
culation at h1IIImI ei.ttleri trstuiil.iy. Your
cfirrcMKiiuleiil took llic earliest upjiortutiilj
of walling on tho best possible source of ac
curate' Information, an itifltii'iithil member of
tho (loMTiituent anil a prominent high
official of the India i!llre. In nriler, If posl
ble, to ascertain thei truth of tho statements
in qticxtlon. Itepljlng to Inquiries, thN
"Of course, Iu a body rnnslilnteil as the
India Council Is, there must Inevitably lie
an occasion ii illti'igenioiif opinion mi mat
lers of first class liiiiit.iiic Jusl :is (hei'o Is
In tho Cabinet Itself. Poiihlbly hi'Tercnces
aio sharper nt times In Hid (.'iiunrll th.m In
tho Cabluit, I ho latter ls-lns roinpnvil ct
clttsUelyof Her MiJe-sH's .Ministers, mem
bers of inn' jiolltlc.il patty anil governing
lines of pedley b.iH'd mi fileiitic.il political
ptliiolples, vvlii'ie.is the foitncr comprises
ini'inli'is whose views iiie iliamelrlcall) oji
Mietl to those of the filailslone Ming of the
!o eminent. Some of the most Important
IKisllloiis In the India nfllM' niu belli liy mi
rniiipriiiuisliix Ctmseivatlics, illstliiituishcd
fur their hostility to Hie piesent Cabinet
nnd fidelity lo Coiivivnlhi' iillneiples It
Is mil iifres-niy In mention 1111111 hut
11 conspicuous!) able prii.ilo siitctnrj
of one of the luemlicis of the
Cabinet, miller I.011I Hf,ii'iisit-li, Is nt this
moment filling one nf the most v.iluihln
posts In Hie India (iflicc. ami possibly a ma
Jurltj ot i Tin incut ulHi'lnK aie opposed to
Mr. (ilailstnne'.s Indian policy, a.s uell as to
Ills party pilnclplis. It would be Idle, mulct
these! circumstances, to ilcnj that thercs ba
Ix'on a certain amount of friction, both In
the India Department ut boiiiu nnd in the
Oou'ininent Iu I111II.1. 'Hie lepoit of Dai I
DutTcrln's ii'slun.itlon is, of (ottisc. purely
conjectural, but I see no use In ilenj lug that
his Ijordship lias found him-idt placed in :i
situation of extreme gr.iv It) by the recent
developments ami if lie has not Insisted on
Ids lesinatloii being ace epti-d, it Is Ih cause
be i. alxive all things, bolicltotts
for thu welfare of the empire, and
would xanitiie himself lather than
embarrass tho Ministry at a eiltlcat
moment. Thoolile nil correspondence ltftvveen
the Hoi eminent anil the Viceroy will, when
printed, exhibit nothing Iu tho slightest de
gree Indicating anj tiling hut tho most
cordial relations, but when half n dozen
women lelated to the families of members
of the (inicmnient, penult themselves to
disclose. 1nlnlste1l.il matters In London draw
ing rooms wllli the utmost ficcduui, I sex) no
goexl in ilen.vlng that Lord I'ltHerln's iel.i
tlons with Mr. fil.iiktone'x adinlnlstiatlon
aie linderstoewl In this department to have
Ikhjii strained during the past live il.ijs, and
that there is ,1 part), both beie and Iu India,
who are of the opinion that the linht course
foi India to adopt is to foieu 011 a war and
ix'at Hussi.i at her own game. It Is sill sum
to s.i) India submits to IStltlsh rule, because
British rulo Is enlightened. It Is because
Knglnnd has the v hlp-haml, and It must
eve-rbe mi, as long as the (iovemnient of
the country Is administered by aliens
and held by farce of thu svvonl.
Tho logic of the situation it
tli.it thu bands which hold India by the.
svv ord should use bei material resources in
men, liuuie), piodtue and ever)ibing else,
like tho Russians, for waging win against
external enemies. Our resouiccs urc Im
mensel) gi cater than those of Ilussla iu
cvety way. There Is no mine dauirer of a
general uprising in Indl.i against mir powci
than there is of a rising in tho Italian em
pire. Then1 Is not n pin tciMiiKisc between
the duplies, as leaids the quality of the
mateiial to create annh s out of, and woliavo
double thu population of lltt-sla to plik and
jhooso from. You 111,13 say, then, that tho
rumors put Into circulation as to dissensions
iu thoCovemment of India and the Indian
branch of the Homo (iovennnent, atelargel)
"0nlect11r.il, and that such illtTcreiiccs as do
exist aie not moro serious than ordinary
.linYreuccs of opinion, such ns men animated
by the same projects may entertain w ltbout
jeopardizing the Interests committed to their
Iu reply to further ciiiestlons about a pos
slblucoiisnlptlon In India, the gentleman
said: "I have no objection, if jem caio to do
so without publishing my name, to your
jtatlng that thu question of largely Ineivas
Ing tho army Is under consideration, Hint a
ixivveiful aimy of continental proportions
Is contemplated, that a war to satisfy tho
Asiatic mind, If jou like to put it that vinjs
that (ireat Hi Haiti is, and alwajs must bo
supreme In As a, Is ileterinlueil on by tho
mllltaiy party In India; that the outbreak
of hostilities Is a question ile.'iiilent on tho
convenience) of Hint party, and on political
questions now pending in India and in En
gland, rather than 011 what this, tli.it, 01 tho
other Minister In Kng'and or It.nslu may
firoxise, nud Hint when war Is undertaken,
t will Is! with tlm ultimate object of thu
Anglo-Indian (iovennnent to itilvo Itussl.i
back to her fiontleis iu Asia, prior to tho
Tho war question Is becoming every hour
more than e-ver a (piestlon of pail) ixilitlcs.
The party which have! counted hi ads and
a narrow majority for the (lOieniiuent Is
ex pected, allowing for the Irish vote being
given to thei Opposition, 011 the votu of
course, but It is understooil Hint Ihn Con
servative leaders, In anticipation of a Gov
ernment vlcloiy, have ileelili'dnii a courseof
opposition 011 votes Iu suppl), calculated to
lead In an appeal to Hie country.
A prominent member of the doi eminent
when asked whether Mr. (iladstono would
iro to Hie country on a vote of iiaiinw major
ity, said: "Tho present Onv eminent was
returned to power with a distinct mandate
from Hie nation to revi'rso the noddling,
blixxly nud Immoral ixillcy of tho Beacons
field leglino, to complete) tho extension of
thotianchUc, and to carry out tho nro
graiumn of ix'aee, letienchinent and refmni
laid down In Mr. (il.uMnno's Mldlothain
sxshi'S and until thu work has lasfii ac
eompilsheil the present administration will
lulfei nothing short of un overwlielmlm
dc'tcat on an Issue aueptcd b) Itselt as vital
to Its eixlsteme, to servo us nn excuse! tor a
dissolution or an apwal to tho country.
Thu franchise) question Is practically dls
xseil of for tho present, but the foieigu
entanglements iMspicilbed by the Tory Min
istry have brneght us face to face with a
first-class war and liavu already raised tho
Income tax to bd and will, lxjloie) another
year, If hostilities actually commence, cost
tho country aioie men and monev. In all
liuuiaii proliitilllt), than the Peninsular war
ending wllli Waterloo.
"I do not prelend te know what Mr. I
(ilailstotio will do. No one supposed be
would have gone to tho cotnitiy In lnT4 lie
has moro exrtisu now than lie bad then, for
lie is nvvari) that his administration has been
weakened by recent events, und tlm question
of a dissolution lias been illscusaed by the
Cabinet and a decision arrived nt, that the
Ministry shall continue In office until the
end ot Its natural term, unless an Issue
should arise which the Cabinet, as a whole,
regard as vital to an existence."
Tho Conservative view was thus otpresscsl
by a member of Hie late lleacousfleld Cabl
n t: "We have little sinpathy with Lord
Hanilolph Churchill's proceedings, but the
rcHixmsllilc leaders of the party consider it
would be a grave neglect of duty to permit
tin; )o eminent to continue unchecked In
such a career as It apix'ars lo have rcsolvcej
on. Mr. Gladstone Is 11 strong man In
finance, a man of noble aspirations and
Brand pe-isonal characler, but lie Is weak as
wateT when It comes to blood. Yet blood
will have to lx- shed, nnd shed In torrents,
Is'foro the Kastern question Is closed. Rus
sia fought the Danube campaign at the cost
of almost Incredible sacrifices, and all but
reached her object, Constantinople. Al
though the capital was not obtained, still
the results of the war paved the way for the
next attempt, and the material Interests of
tills rountiy demnnd now as then, that tbe
nttempt be defeated.
"We believe that a Liberal govern men t Is
incapable, from the very nature of tho ele
ments couiK)slng It, to fight a first-class
power. Gladstone's efforts to avert a war
metely diminish our clllciency by sea and
land. Itussln lias icsolved on her course
regiinilcss of everything. It Is a question
ol war for national existence on our part.
On Hie part of ltus!a Ills a war of con
quest, delllicratedy planned years ago nnd
never abandoned. Kussla must have Con
stantinople nnd a part of Afghanistan, and
sixui It will lx) a slice of India mid tho
Persian gulf. The two powers cannot exist
side by shin in Asia. Wo may be willing,
hut Ilussla Is mil. Sho is ever piussiug on,
because the isstance Is cut less than tho
power iipiKisvel to It.
"If wo consent to allow ber to go pushing
forward, sho will elo so over tho ruins of
Bi itish rule and the British empire in Asia
will simply be effaced. It is a question of
ofTerlng adequate resistance, and the Con
servative party must undertake the duty If
Liberal will not, and in orelcr to accom
plish their object and txTform their duty,
you may rely on It that they will stop at
nothing. In well Informed quarters the
opinion gains ground that an understanding
with Uussla has been effectexl, each side
The advanced positions de facta In the
occupation by Ilusslan troops aro to be re
tained by them, lx-ndlnc negotiations, and
to balance this, Ilussla pledgea herself to
cease operations until a final agreement Is
reached or a rupture takes place, as the case
may be, Great Britain undertakes not to
carry out further naval demonstrations In
consideration of Hussia ordering a cessation
of tho concentration of troops on tbe Per
sian and Afghan frontiers.
An uneasy feeling prevails, however,
Hint the balance of concessions leaves Ilus
sla with all the material advantages, the
only benefit secured by Mr. Gladstone being
a barren and hollow truce, each a little
prestige, or whatever Is the equivalent of
prestige in Asia. The War Ofllce have un
doubtedly eirected a rapid reduction In thu
scale of warlike preparations, no matter
xv lint Hie opinion of the military advisors of
the Crown as to the wisdom of the step may
lx. but the accumulation of stores Is enor
mous. Tim jingo sentiment among the gen
.itiiI public is enormous.
The Jfnrnlritf Pout asserts that M. Do
Glers has informed Sir Edward Thornton,
Hi Itish Minister to St Petersburg, that iu
future parleying between Hussia and Great
Britian, the former declines to make any
reference to Herat whatever.
The SUnulard'8 Naples dispatch says the
King and Queen of Italy were rapturously
received upon their arrival there Sunday.
The streets were thronged with people,
whose cheers were continuous as the 10) al
emriage made its way through the lines.
Then- was no lxtliec or military escort and
the utmost order prevailed. In the evening
Hie new water works structures were bril
liantly Illuminated by electric lights. The
ai rangemc-nts of the committees having In
charge the parade. Illumination, etc, were
ixrfcst, and the entire affair was a grand
Thu .StvimiVinf Calcutta dispatch staters
Unit orders were issues! Sunday discontinu
ing Hie dispatch of military stores to Quetta
Pass and stopping the purchase of transport
ItoMr, May 11. SIgnor Manclni, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, has resigned. SIgnor
Dcprctls, Pie-sldent of the Council and Min
ister of Hie Interior, assumed the duties of
the Foreign Ofilcc In addition to those of his
Vkmck. May 11. The practice of hotel
keepers furnishing their own boats for the
use of guests has incensed the gondoliers
and causes! serious rioting. A concerted at
tack upon the hotel boats was made yester
day. The latter were stoutly defended in the
light which ensued, but the hotel boatmen
wero overixmereel and their gnndedas scut
tled, beveral persons were seriously hurt
and many of the attacking party arrested.
Ilr. I'olev to be Klevated to a lUhoprlr.
IIai.timoiii:, Mil., May 11. One of the
probable results of the conclave of Catholic
hierarchy here last week Is the elevation of
Kcv. Dr. John Foley, rector of St. Martin's
chinch, to n Bishopric. In conversation
)cstenlay with a clergjnian who enjoys to a
great degree the confidence of Archbishop
Gibbons. It was intimated that among the
tilings mooUxl at the Council last
week was the question of a suc
cessor to Bishop Gross, now of Sa
vannah, Ga., who goes to Oregon as
Archbishop of Hint See. Several names
were mciitloucsl in connection with the Bish
opric of Georgia, nud it is understood that
finally It was decided to send the name of
Dr. Foley to Itonie, w itli the recommenda
tion that the Pope apixiint him to the va
cant dlwese. Dr. Foley has already de
clined promotion to the College of Bishops
twice, preferring to remain with St. Mnrtlii's
congregation, by whom be Is greatly be
lousl, lint if lie Is apX)liites! by the Pojx) to
the Georgia vacanc) lie must accept, It being
a rule of Hie Church that advancement In
K)sition cannot be declined but twice,
Kiploslnn In a Coal Mine.
Wil.K.siiAltKK, Pa., May 11. About six
o'clock last evening an explosion of gas oc
curred at the Stanton Air Shaft, caused, it
is said, by the stoppage of tlm fan. The ex
plosion incurred near the head of the shaft
and toie the head-house to pieces and set
ting the fragments on lire. All the men
have been tnki'ii out of the mine as fin thei
explosions are exx?ctesl. 1 he damage so
fat is not serious
'AsiutnTON, May 11. The rresldenl
lias made the following appointments:
Lewis C. Hartlett, of New York, to be
Second Deputy Commissioner of Pensions.
To tie First Assistant Engineer in th
I lev enito Service: Charles F. Coflln, IHvlel
McC. French nnd Cliarlen W. Beckwlth. Tc
lie Se-cond Assistant Knglneers In tht
Hevenuo Service: Harry I Uojd. Herbert
W. Siiear, I'hlllp I.lttlg, Ulclmrd W. Cham
plain. Hoard of Visitors to the United
States Military Academy, 1885: Hon. Jolir
lllgelovv, of New York; Charle It. Codmaa
of Maasacliusolts; (ienernl Fitz-Hughlee, ol
Virginia; Hon. (leorge Hoivdly, ot Ohio
James C. Tappau, of Arkansas; I'rofessoi
Kdward S. Holden, of WUconilu; Oeorgt
I. Miller, of Nebraska.
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latest and (greatest aucc
(Irautl Cli rus and Our Own Urtheatra.
Itfad the following (r mi Cincinnati papnrs:
Cincinnati Commercial: "IlieOraii upera Co.
1 on of the tKtt tl at ha evr appeared In tbls
iincliinJll Enquirer 4Tlis fjrau 0 ra Co.
gaye tbe iOit perfor.uame of the (iueeti a Lace
Han ikenhiff ter oeen in this til y. '
ti 1011 TittHs I x the 7 erfouoauct. 5 M
Sale nf seats now ojien al usu nlace.
Prices , -.60, Wand 2fc.
is the Cheap
500 Manufacturer's Samples at
Wonderful Bargains ! V?JZ
into our cnoi eioria corns, eiiui any at retail lor
three tltnrs the price. Our choice, at JW tenia,
would he (heap at II.
"itetneiuber. Me have twite as manv as all tbe
other stores combined in the city to t-elect from.
J. E. EHRENHART,
Wliulsiale at KM Ml Price..
The I.hIiik-FIh'i .f nution "H iteineim i
New Yohk, Miy 11. James D. Fish lias
inaele n st.iti'iuciit to tliei ciTi ct that lie 1x5
came aeqtialnteil with MM lie'ber threooi
four jcars hk. He necr called on hci
tliiring I.n'nir's lifrtlinc. A f tcnvanl lio saw
lieroocis niially. w lien liow as boarding with
rclatlc. His ri-jjatil for lie-r Incrvnseil ami
ws reeiiirocatoil, anil In May, 18S4, they
were- ui.irrle'il, lint (mini: to liis notoriety in
tlie lnnk failure, prblie aiiuounccineiit was
witliliclil, tlinucli Mis. Laitic conlielentlally
Informed Mime of lier relatives. A daughter
vvrw Imiiii, Keliruary H, lbS.", and Is now
well earesl for lij fi lends. Thu lady's deatli
was caused lij gastric iever, caused by In
t'Hptlltu I'IipIhii lit Ilnmp.
Kansas Citv. Maj 11. Captain Thomas
l'lielan returned lieie I'riilaj l.IirlitfroinXew
Voik. In diseti-sliii; tlio blunt trial, lie
sajs lie was sworn out of court.
He also alttlbiites tho failure
of the casu to tho indifference
of tho Assistant riir-eeutlui; Attorney, who
had it in ehaiiro Ho contradicts the story
of Ids having remained iu hiding at Jersey
City beloiu tlm tiial, hut declares that In
spector H mi's hn positive evldencu tliat a
man had hes-u euiploHd to kill liim in tlie
1Im I'tur IrUh I) iiiiinltrrn.
Nr.vv Yoin.. Maj II. -Captain Curtiss, of
tlie newlj airivisl ltiKWi cotvotlo Canada,
sajs tliat tmpeilo nets ,u K"it constantly
around the u-m'I, not b, e-ative theto was
any fear of any one coining alongside, hut
lest some IiKliunu might tij to I'.oat loipe
doesdown the streMiu against tliu vessel.
Captain Cuitlss said tlio Canada was much
lnoio powetful than either the (larnet or the
Strelok. .Slie could "do up'' either of tliosii
vessels Inoldo of ten minutes.
Will Not (id til ,H1HI1.
Ni:w Yoiik, Slay 11. Thu Time sajs:
"Dr. J. Ernest SlelniwIlliiotgotoNagasakl,
Japan, as I'lilted States Counsel. His Com
mission was signed, but will bo
withheld. Tills Is duo to tlio dis
covery, by tho Statu Department, that
Meiruwas reeeutly arrested for assaulting
Commodore Truxton, hi tlio Ebblt House,
and that his wifo lias obtained a divorce
from I1I111 on tlio ground of neglect and
".Iiut Like Grown folkM."
Ciiicaoo, May 11. Eddie llomardy, aged
fourteen, shot his little schoolmate, Tiesale
Gcssland, aged twelve, last Friday, tho pistol
ball grazing her side. Ho then fired three
?hots at himself, one ot tlio bullets entering
his side. His wound is not dangerous.
Young Bernard) was infatuated with Tres
tle and was Jealous of her. Hosavshe,
therefore, resolved to end his misery "Just
'ike tho grown folks he had read of."