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SWUNGF1ELD, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, .TULY 21, 1885.
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Wasiumitov, July 18 Tor Tennessee nnil
Ohio Vnllcy-Generally fnlr wcsther; vnri-Mill-
wIiuIj; slightly cooler In northern por
tion; nearly stationery temperature in soulli
, 14, IE, S3.
in men's and boys' suits
of good material and
own making, will bear
in mind this weeks'
great clearing sale of
summer weights. Be
sides suits, are seer
sucker coats $1, boys'
striped cotton coats
30c. Fine straw hats
in men's and boys'
sizes 40c, fine imita
tion mackinaw 50c,
genuine mackinaw In
round or square crown
SEAMLESS IF HOSE IOC,
At this season of
the year it matters lit
tle what goods cost to
make, it's better to
sell even at a loss than
to carry them through
to another season.
Globe Mills fancy
cassimere and worsted
pantaloons now selling
at $5, will go higher in
August. The great
i eduction was made to
clear surplus stock at
our factory. We have
accomplished our pur
pose. We have more and
richer neckwear, we
save you several pro
fits, 25c, 35c, 40c and
50c for really fine silk
and satin scarf ties.
Linen collars too, are
sold singly at the gross
price. Celluloid cuffs
35c instead of 50c.
Sprinyfield'8 Original and Only
One Price Clothing House.
lleiUlitii In Hie Charity Crosluiw Will
In Pinhole Court this Morning, In presence
or parllca interested, Judge Jnlin C. Millir
rendered a dtcbion in the case pending lor
weiks lit-tore him, to determine whether or
not h certain Instrument presented hs such
win the lust will anJ testament ot Clnlrit)
Cro'lniw, Ute of Vienna, M. II. Dynes and
K. O Smith, of Vienna, witnetjed a villi at
request of deefared, but declared that the
document presented for probate. In tills court,
inuring their signatures, was not the one they
tinned, Hi it was written in h different
hand writing and made dillerent dis
position of the property, valued
lit about $3,000, to dillerent persons
liom those named in the instrument they
ilalm to have sinned. The first supposition
was that ft fraud had been attempted some
where, It naj not clear where, bo or by
whom. Judge. Miller's decision It as follows:
"The court does not find that any fraud or
'forger) his been committed ; It Is possible that
the paper presented may Le the valid Inst will
and testament of Charily Croelmw, and the
cuurt refuses to admit the will to prohste be.
i n use there is an utter lack ot testimony
showing the paper to hare been execu'ed un
der the sale guards presi uted by the law as to
the ixcutlwU uf villi."
If those liitiieiied In sustaining the al
leged fraudulent will desire they may appeal
this CU84 to Common I'leas court. II not
Judge Miller rin appoint uu administrator to
mid" the CBtate iiiillably.
l.agondii 1 nitet Brethren church will give
an Ice cr urn tejthal, on Thursday evening,
July 'Jtrd,, o'l Mr. Iton Mitchell's lawn, near
the diurtli. A Rood lime Isripected, Kverj
Mrs. Maxwell, of South Center street, was
lererelj burued yesterday on the face and
unn by the ignition of tome gasoline which
leaked Irom i .tuvt:.
AgffmW'MWttW.llHWWMWrWWllPlk.111 I ,.
HOT WORK IN EGYPT.
The Rebels Rypulsoil at Kassala
And the Garrison Pursues Them
With a Loss of 2,000.
Hot for People and Hogs at Chi
cao. A Wholesalo Massacre of th j
French in Africa.
Twenty White Merchants Killed
Across tho Rio Grande, by
Hot Vntlir In Clilciigo.
Ciiicaiio, III., July 21. Last night was the.
most oppress e experienced in this city in n
number of years. The sky wrs cloudless nod
the nlr wa9 n dead atmosphere. It was so
close and hot that llfo appeared unendurable.
At an early hour this tnunkg a light breeze
camo from I, ike Michigan, which has blown
stronger all tho morning and tho sun having
been in ii manner oh'cnrel the day begins
not unpleasantly. As the result ot the in
tense heat yesterday there wai a large mor
tality among bog. at the stock yards. The
temperature here at 10 a. ui. was 83; at Keo
kuk 87; at Omaha 87; It wns raining nt St I'aul,
with temperature at 07; Wiuncpeg 6t.
A Unit Alirnliruu.
IIliiomimitov, 111, July 21. Abraham
Duzur, a (lertnan fainter, who yeaKrday burn
ed bis house, birn and all his lire stock to
prevent his wife, who has ;uid for a divorce',
getting any property, and who was eupoed
to have hiimell perished In the tlamrs, was
subsequently found hiding in a clump ot tall
weeds aud was lodged In the county jail
During the night he Improvised a rope Irom
his suspenders, a towel and a piece ol cord
and hung himself from the door frame of the
ceil, being tour,d dead this morning.
Attack Upon Kna.nln HeiuUd A llrent
C'aiiio, July 21. Nbws has reached hern
from KassaU to effect that a ltrgo forte of
rebeli nttniked that placo and made scleral
desperate attempts to carry it by assault.
They wire dually repulsed nud the garrison
at Knssab, lullowing up their victory, cap
tured tho rebel ramp Willi 2,000 oxen and
sheep and 700 rilles. The enemy Ion 3,000
men, killed and wounded, while the garri
son's msualiles were small.
I'jmiriilili. Cinidlttiiii or CUiierul (Iriint.
Mt. McGukc.o.i, Ju.j SI. Tbt) fatlgii that
followed his ride, yesterday afternoon, was so
great tint General Grstit slept eight hours of
almost natural s'eep during the night. Alter
taking food at eleven o'clock, he wa. nivske
scarcely nu hour and slept continuously, and
with good effect from midnight until alter
lour o'clock this morning. At S o'elock he
aroucd hut is yet doing through the fore
noon. lhtrly Whiles Killed liy Indians.
Galveston-, July 21. A San Antonio spc
elnl to the News says: priinte letter from
Kinney county says hostile bands of Indian",
tuKiug nlviinlago of the withdriwal of
iavlr) Irom this district, aie at lurge on tbu
Iriiitier. Trto men Imuts it the mmiiliofthe
I'lnlo ereik, eight at l.oi Vega., mid itlHiut
twenty at other points have been killed, in
the trans Itio Gimulc, n- ir r the border, by In
dians. I'ii nllltu Clmk AIihi inula.
Cincinnati. July 21. Uisialthis from
I'urlsiuouth, ()., state that CharliH Damiirin,
son and chief deputy of I'ostmastir Damarin,
has absconded with $2,700 ot Government
lunds. Ills lather, who was recently para
lyzed Irom bis .vaist down, Is almrst pros
iratid, but (ays the shortage w ll be made
good as soon as it can he ascertained.
Saiiatoua, .V. V., July 21 The racing
season opeued today under most lavorable
auspices. la the first race for nil ages, fue
furlongs, Mamie Hunt won; Jim llmviick
second; Jim Hugloss third; lime 1 0 t. Sec
ond raee, sweepstakes lor all age.;, owe mile,
won by Valonte , 1'einl Jennings, si'eond;
Tom Martin 31; time 1 -1J.
llio Kill); (if Diiliiiiuiiy 3lji..acrta Mm
1 i.ine h.
I.omiiiv, July 21. A dispatch received
here to-day states that the king ol Uebnuiey,
with a large army, has maafaued the French
In "protrcted" vllligeB. The king has also
captured 1,000 Trench persons and he aud
his folluwers roposu to eat them.
St I.och, July 21. A Mule Uoek special
to the Tost Di'patcb says n fatal fight oc
curred near Johnson Kantlie, lu Indian Ter
ritory, on Saturday, in which u Chickasaw
Indian named Ward was killed and two cow
boys, Jobuson and Campbell, were wounded,
flic quarrel arose over the ownership of a
drove of cattle.
Iiicitiiui! nf (jluileru In Spain.
Maiiiuii, July 21. 'litem were 2,417 new
cases of cholera, aud 052 deaths, icpoi ted yes
terday, in Spain. In Madrid 1') new eases
and 1.1 deaths were reported, The scourge
lias invaded iiiiatlalua)urla, llurges and Al
meria. Kidnappers Arre.lml.
Plill.AHti.niiA, July 21. Last evening the
ollicers of the 17lh district arrested Joseph
ine (Iraysnn, aged ll.nml Annie Wilson,
aged JO, both colored, tor attemptlnt; to kid
nap a white child.
Ithaca, N. V. l'rof. Adams, the newly
eltcted president nt Cornell University, has
written to Andrew I), White, incepting the
Mum Arllr I nlly,
Iik.ui in, Jttl 21 four Artie expeditions
will leave llerinuny next winter.
Thomas llallasey, lor sew ml years a well
known and skillful presmeii In several print
ing houses in the city, died yesterday, at his
home on Sptlcg street, of consumption, with
which he has been prostrated for some time.
Funeral tomorrow morning at nine o'clock.
Anion In Hie Crntu-Wagner Cine lit Wupre
tciihetn. A special from Wapakoneta, dated July
20, says- "Samuel Craig, of this place, has
today, by Lay ton ti Struove, and llrothtrlon
U Davl., his Attorney, brought suit In the
Common I'leas Court, against Uev. A. II.
Wagner, pastor of the Second Lutheran
Church, of Springfield, O., to recover live
thousand dollars damages for the alleged se
duction ot pWlntlll's daughter, Miss I.aura
Craig, The plaintiff in his petition aters
that at divers limes between the months of
July, 1S83, and October, 1884, tho defendant
enticed and persuaded his daughter to have
illicit intercourse with him, the said defend
ant, and that by reason thereof she became
pregnant and slrk with child. Miss Craig
herself has filed complaint In bastirdy
against Uev. Mr. Wagner, charging him with
the paternity ot lirr child, and the treliml
nary hearing in the bastardy case wlil take
place here before Wjulre V. O. Huhr tomorrow
morning, when the defendant will be pres
ent," Mr. WngLer and hie attorney, John
I. Zinimcrmin, ',i., went to Wapakoneta
yesterday to be present at tho examination
Vcstcrday afternoon Sarnl. Wood,llvIngon
the North Side met with a pniuful accident.
He was trying to back a lumber wagon
which had run against the house and brought
it too rapidly. The heavy wheels ran over
hi. left leg and mashed It up in bad shape,
though no bones were broken.
(ilir llrelney and Marsh I. wards had a
drunken fight nt Leonard's siloon on Miami
street last night, in the course of which Kd
wards hit llrelney with a beer keg and broke
his jaw. llrelney was arrested by OHice
Condron, but Kdwards escaped.
So far as repcrled there have been no Btin
slrokes or cases of serious prostration from the
heat, which is n Utile singular and Indicates
that nohedy Is in much of a hurry.
The I.vllea' Aid Society or the 1'irst Iiip
tlst church, will give a social Thursday even
ing of this week in the church parlord.
Friends are cordially invited.
Mr. anl Mrs. John Fry and Miss Anna Fry,
of I'lillade'phia. parents and sister of Mrs. T.
J. Casper, are spending a few weeks with her
on South Market street.
Yesterday afternoon the Mayor fined John
Mane $2 and costs for drunk and resisting
an ofheer, at d John Fly on, drunk, $1 and
Mrs. F. X. Miller, of Montgomery, Ala.
banm, is '.lie guest ol Mrs J. V. 11. Hoyle.
JShv Voiitc, .Inly 21. Ye'ste'nl.iy for the
first tlino In t'igliteeii jcars the inasslvo run
chliipry In the gre.it shops of .John INiacli A
Bene l.i) Idle on iv wtuklng clay. Xitnilwn
of Aiirknirii nontly ilnseil stood around tho
Wlous work-hnps tlKetisslng the fnlluieof
tli'lrompldjtr, but tin grf.it iinIil) -mmd
to trouble theni. RtMiiig hum one litllo
gioup In nnotlii'i ml) kindly vwmU who
IicuiI of llii-lr "lais.-.," and cfijwIitro (lie
opinlnii kiTiiied to prctnll th.it lUey would
roon la- at llieir work again.
One iiiiHcular )omi wmkimii Mid lo a
reporter: "It lines not woiry iiip nt all.
We will la1 at work nttlii bcfnro long; but
n.a it U, I tin not olijci't to a lit I lo .nitioii.
Wr. lio.tcli is mm nf thn kindest uin-.turH
nncl I aIhhiIiI lie sorry not to work for him
again. He was nh.i)s indiilgciit to Ida
men. There was newr any liputu over
our wages and wo a1n)s gut our due. You
will find none of Ills nun who will apeak a
word .lgilnst Min or his son, Oairett.'
A further bilk with siilmnllnntcs and fore
men conllrmtil the speiker's words, llnw
per i,nlct It iii.ttrs In tho streets nroiiml
the! workshops and eliwks, eery one w.is
busy iH'lillid the lulling in the main of ice,
and within the little pri.itu apartment,
win re the great shipbuilder lias ghen aiuti
encu to Ilia callers fur mail) ye.tis, mill
vlieie lie has planned the eiiorninus licet of
vessels that h.ie roisl ner i'ery ckimii on
Uwi glola-, expert bookkeepers wi re figiinni;
up the accounts of the linn, under the direc
tion of .Messrs. Qtilntaid and Weed, the
Ci.inett ami Stephen W. Moacrt were there,
togejher with law)er Rookslater, who has
boi n retuliieil asoiunsel.
loliii Itoa.li Is confinetl to his house.
Buffering from nervous prostration, conso
nmnt upon thn calamity vthicli lias over
taken liltn. It Is exiieded, liouecr, that
be will 1h nblo to be out In a few il.ijs.
Oarrett Itoach represents the firm at tho
ennfi renco, anil speaking of tho assignment
Slid: "There Is little for mo to tell, as ev
er) thing Is In tho hands of the assignees. I
can not estimate our liabilities or assets, ex
rept lo guarantee that eery dollar which Is
duo will be paid."
Mr. Knacli deprecated and stlgmitlzecl In
the strongest tonus many reports of the dis
aster which hao appeared In tho public
prints, and stld: "Although my father has
Ihs'Ii suffering from the effects of malarial
fewer In Ills system for a long time, ho
never used chloral or an) thing of that
nature. Tho troublo Is that ha lias not
taken medicine enough."
Mr. Iiooksl.itcr, the lawyer, showed hint
Eclf long enough to deny some of the state
inents heretoforo published. "It Is nut
true," he said, "that William How land, of
Now Hrunswlck, N. J who appears as ono
of Mr. Jtoach's prefened creditors, was
made so by reason of his position as tamils
manfor.Mr. Ho ich's government work. Ho
was preferred simply In th regular courso
of business for money due. All tho Iionili
inen will fare with tho general creditors."
Mr. Hnokslater states that the assignment
could not lit) called a failure, nud said that
It had been urges! its tho safest method by
tho friends nf Mr. linarh.
In sK'jiklug of Secretary Whltne)'s anil
Attorney (leneral Garland's rejection of tho
Dolphin, and tho liability or Mr. Ito.uh's
bondsmen on tho contract, the law)er said:
"I do not sen how Mr. Whitney can tako two
petitions. To say that there was, In fact,
no binding contract and then to hold tho
bondsmen on an Illegal Instrument seems
Roiuenli.it of a contradiction, There will
lie nothing definite learned as to tho
nctuil state ot affalis," continued Mr.
Ilookslater, "for at least a couple of tla)s,
until tho books han lieen thotoughly ex
niiiliied. No ono else will bo Involved In
the catastrophe, I can not predict whether
theworkswlll bo cairlnl on by tho assignees
An oillcer of tho United Slates Nary,
rcpicscntlug Secretary Whitney, railed nt
tliu wink )esterd.iy to sco If work on tho
cruisers had lxvn stoppesl. IIo was told
that If Attornc) Ccneial Garland's opinion,
that the contract under which thn Dolphin
was built was sound, then It affected the
other essels as well, and work on them
wo"ld not Ixi resumed.
Tho naal nllicer slates lo a reporter that
he could not tell what form affairs would
takes hut ho considered tho cessation nt
woik on tho United States vessels as n great
calamity, as the Atnlaiita would liavo been
ready for tlellv cry to the (!o eminent shortly,
ami tho navy Is In nes.il of more vessels.
Tho rumor that Uultisl states Marshals
hail come to take possession of the Dolphin
vt as denied, and It was statist authoritatively
Uiat work at tho Chester ship yard would
a resumed Immediately.
Inrrrnslnic Interest JManlfeetrd In th
Trial -l.i Iter 1'riiui Oirlrr t Clajlierg,
Attiirnejs, llrlrllft, Mont. -tlillilmit nnrf
I) nls Will be Present mid Te.llfj.
Hkii.va, X. W. T., July 21. Iiicrcislns;
hili rest Is manifested lu Kiel's trial, and the
Sheriff has been bothered with applications
A repent was current that Kiel was very
Blck Sunday. Tho truth, however, Is that
ho was only slightly lndtsjiojcil, caused, n
doubt, by confinement
Tho I rial began yesterday morning at elev en
o'clock. Of course little was done be) mid
einpitiiK ling tho Jury. Tho defense will
first raise the question of tho Jurlsellctlon of
tho presiding magistrate and alw tho con
stitutionality or the court, and will contend
that .Mr. Iticharilson, being magistrate for
AssinllKiin, has no Jurisdiction over offense
committed In the Saskatchewan district.
Renera! Middlelon and Colonel Ilerchmer
nrrlved yislerdny morning from Winning
to give evidence. The defense has hinted
that (ieneral Mlddlctoii will be asked several
ver) Import tut ipiestlons regarding the
alleged looting by troops.
Kiel's counsel received the following letter
)esterda) from Messrs. Carter Clayberg,
. IIki.na, Mont.
Him flutries Flt7iatrlck, ltliflna.
lifcvie Km -llpplvlncr to your esteemed
ravor of llmiilli Inst, wu hcK leave lo statu
that liiiiiintit uppcars ver warmly Inclined
tow.inl llio case of Kiel, ami If his testimony
i outil he Introduced bv deposition, wo aro
fatllliil It would be nf material aid In any
line of defcn0 5oii may adopt, 'llio general
deductions In lio drawn- Irom the) story of
Jiiiiiiiint, In so far as lllol Is concerned, are In
First In thn summer nf 1SR4 a public meet
Intr of tho hair breed settlers determined to
si ml to Montana for Itlel, whom they as-
limed to be ramlllar with tho rlithts iruar
anteed lolhcm by treaty with the Oovern
luont Diiiimnt was by IhainpotlMr suleclpd
as one or two persona to proceed across the
ontiiitrytnM Iirrintliis Mission. Montana 'I er
rltnry, for lllol. Kiel returned with Dumont
and roiiiiilned In the fnorthwest Territory
without any Intention of mnklnjr his home
there, lull as thn selected iidvocntn nf tho
people's rlirht under existing treaty stipula
tion. Itlel iilwajs counsolcd peaeeful tneaa
uros nud tlndlng the measures fruitless, he
liiihllcly proclaimed his Intention of loavlmr
tho country for Montana iihout tlireo weeks
prior lo the oiienlnif of tho rntiolllon IIo
was prnveiite.il tiy the people from return
Inc tn til" homo. 'J ho war commenced and
was conducted under tho direction of a
Councilor fourteen persons Of this Coun
cil Hint was not n rnemler. Dumont had
solecliaiiroof Ilia troops and was account
able oul) to the Council nf Foil i trim. Kiel did
lint participate In any eiiffaifemont until tho
trial clinmo when ho was driven from shel
ter with Hie hod) of the population. Minimis
will support this statement of Dumnnt
llntli or these men are hero anxious to lend
a liclpliiK hand to their friend. If In the
niHIInn of facts stated ynu discover any
tlilnirllkel) tn prove available and useful to
) our client please Inform us or jour pleas
ure and we will endeavor to conform thero
to. Very truly jours,
CuiTHi & CLAvnnno.
Mr. Fitpatrlcl: will havo Dumont and
Dunials present as witnesses If tho court w ill
allow them to return to Montana unmolested,
otherwise ho will try to put In their evidence
takon by commission.
I-verjIlilOK fjnlpt Among- the Cleveland
Iron strikers to rlimigo In the Statu
nfAntlri at Hay City, Mich.
Cievflami, O., July 21. Everything
was iieaccful In the r.lghlecnth Ward yes
terday. Very few persons were on tho
street on account of tho great heat, and
(here was no excitement at tho mills. A
great in my of the men aro still determined
not lit go In work at tit proM)sed reslm tion,
Mid the gtneral Impression among all classes
Is that the mills will remain Idle for some
lime. '1 ho compiuv still Insists on the ro
iltiitlou, ami sijs that the men must ie
lept It or do without work altogether. U Is
sertisl by Mime that there will Ihi a change
In affairs by the 1st of August, and it is
ImpisI that the emp!o)Cs will be at wijtt
anil making fair wages.
The vvniknien seem determined to hosavj
their eainlngs and to act as law -abiding eltV
tens, and no further trouble) Is anticipate
by tho authorities. It was rumored that ali
tho watchmen employed by the rolling mill
(lunp-my had lieen elischargesl and the gates
rinsed up. This Is regarded by the citizens
as an Imlleatinn that the mills will not be
started up aain for many days.
The case of Thomas Uadck, the alleged
riotous leader of the late strikers, when they
made the attack on the Union screw works,
eiiiio up for tho hearing on a plea In bar In
I'olice Court )estenl ivatternoon, and a Jury
trial Mug dein inded the case was set to be
beard on tho 31th.
Itw I'm, July.il. There was no change
In the situation )esterday. Me)ers" mill
which was to have started did not do so, tho
men refusing to agree to make up the lost
hour by working faster during tho day. At
Dalsen. C'hapln A, Co.'s mill, a crew of men
from l'iiieoiining started to work, strikers
intcrfi rnsl and a squad of fifteen l'inkerton
men was called on and the strikers ordered
off. They went without making any show
IH'UiniT, July 21. A special to tho Xcwa
sa) s that tho strike among tho lumbermen
may break out at any moment at AlH'tia.
Considerable excitement Is manifest over this
announcement. It liieludes a laige contin
gent ot men who are engaged In the cedar
tr ulo as well as the pine trade. Two lend
ers have gone fnmi tills place to lead tho
strikers ut AIM'u.t If a demonstration tikes
Three .More. Miiniltilis Arrested.
Sam I.vmc, Utah, Jul) 21. IllsliopJohn
Sharp, a well-known railway man; Illshop
Hiram Cl.iwuon, two limes the son-in-law of
Ililgham Voting, and Harry Dlnwnoly, a
wealthy furniture dealer, were arrested )e.s
terda) on Indictments for unlaw fill cohabi
tation. All pleaded not guilty and their
trial was si t for the second wes'k In Septem
ber. It Is understood that when the case
comes up fortii.il tho pleas will lie with
drawn, as the action jesterday was taken to
cseapo going to tho penitentiary during the
Strike In n I'rUiiu Kudeil.
Ni w VoltK, July 21. Tho strlko of the
convicts lu the Kings County penitentiary Is
at an end. Learning that a concerted at
tempt would be made by the prisoners Mug
disciplined tn overpower the Jailers as soon
as the) were lele.isesl fioin the dark cells,
Warden C!ri en late Sunday night took tho
ringleader of tliu strikirs, Thomas Tivey,
from his cell aud cnwhlded him In the bear
ing nf the entire prison. 'I ho effect was
magical. All signs nf ills.iffeellnn had dig-apia-arisl
)cserdi) morning when tho pris
oners were again put to work.
Akron I nckjaw.
Akiion, (), July 21 A young son of
Casper Zlntel, eontrni tor, Is il)lng from
lockjaw, from stepping on n tack n few
days ago. Son of n neighbor n lined Avers
Is also illn,' fiuui stepping barefooted on u
rusty screw .
Sentenced fur Mnetyiiliie Years.
Mr. Sn itu.vi, Ky July 21. Mrs, Pata
Strleklen, who wasehargisl with complicity
In tliu murder of her husband, was convicted
yesteuhy and sentenced to the K'nltentl.irT
toi ninety -ninn) cars.
I'riMi'iilecl With h (Inlil Watch,
Mo.Miti vi, July 21. Hon. Mr. MeCIel
1 in, Minister of Marine and Flslieiles, on
behalf of Canada, has piesentesl Joe Vin
cent, uf Mini IimI, with a magnlllcent gold
watcli nnd chain In recognition of his emi
nent seivlco In saving life. The Inscription
on tho watch mentions his having saved
'l. 'IP'tttmWWIfsl-; '!, SI1SI' ' ' ",'Maf
Report of tba Nnmbf r of Immigrant? Ar
riving in tbo United States During
tho Past Year.
Cattle Tl.ill, In Indian Territory to hi
Kept Open Assistant I'ustiiitistrr
ut Portsmouth, Ohio, 1)-
ciiinp Willi Mil. OOO.
WASttisorov, Jul) 21. -'I ho Chief ol
tho Bureau of Statistics n ports tli.it the
number of Immigrants nirived lu the United
State during tho llsint )ear ended June 3t),
18S1, was 387.8J1, being 122,ui:i less than
tho Immigration during the piceecdiiig fiscal
year, and 401,171 less than during the year
ending June 30, 1882, the jt-nr or the great
est Immigration. During tliu month ut
June, ISS'i, there arrived lu (he custom dis
tricts of llalllinore, Huston, Detroit, Huron,
Minneapolis, New C)i leans. New York, l'as
saiuaiiuody, riilladelphli and San Fraurlsco
Ci.i'S passengers, of whom 45.J82 were Im
migrants, O.DVJ citizens of tliu United States
returned from abroad, and 'l.tlt aliens not
Intending to remain lu tho United States.
Tho following Is n copy of n tele gram In
relation to the opening of the cattlo trail In
the Indian Terrltorj which has be i n sent to
Lieutenant CJeneral Sheridan from the War
You aro Instructed ley the "eerrtnry nf
War tn take such tniasiirrs mid un such
mi litis asmav enrrj out llio di i sum of the
Secretary nf the Interior tn open and keep
open the trulls and IiIkIihuib n ndlinr Into
tho Indian Territory nnd tin rolrum tn and
upon thu pulillo lands, ror the purpose of
unobstriiLtid piissnirn of cuttle and othor
purposes or Inter-State cniniueri ".
The court-martial of 1M) master tleneral
Smith was resumed )Osterday. Counsel fur
the accused presented a demurrer to the
principal charge against Smith, denying
complicity In any wn) witli Austin I. Ilrown
or his alleged crooked conliacts for furnish
ing Navy Department supplies.
Secretary Lamar has appointed James A.
Monday, nf Kentuck), and Clay T.i) lor, of
Missouri, special agents of thoOenci.il Land
The President his appointed tho follow
ing Assistant Appraisers of Merchandise In
the District of New York: Divld C. Hal
stead. Joseph M. Strong, Charles K. Stett
and Kdvvard Howe.
The report that It has Ik en decided to
cancel the npiHilntmcnt of Mr. Jonas as
Consul to Fragile is denied nt thn State De
partment. It I-. probable that If tho nevvly
npiKilntesI Consul meets with any serious
obstacles of a political nature, another posl
tionnf erpial dignity will be given him.
Postmaster Damarin, at Portsmouth, O.,
reported to the Postollleu Department 'jes
terday that his assistant has m.ulu off with
nbolit Srt.OOO of the funds of tho o(hce.
The President aptmiiitcd tho following
postmasters: Charles II. Kavanaiigh, Water
ford N. Y.; Charles J. W.ilden, Fa)ette,
Mo.; W. H. Olllesple, Traer. la.; h. X.
McCloud, Marj sv lite, O.; W. P. Norton,
P.lkliait, Ind.; Albeit N KInyn. Xashui,
N. II.; S. N. Honieck. Detroit City, Mini'.;
David W. (Iwynii, Tallahassee, na ; John
P. Nnrvell, Danville, III.; James W. LaniT,
Kvansvllle, Ind.; Samuel Ilerrv, Winchester,
III.; John F. Smith, Fieepmt. Ill ; W W.
Van Antweip, Jackson, Mich : Ilnnier Luca,
Hlgginsville, Mo.; Henry J. I'ettus, llloom
Owing to the absence of Sc-ritaj) Whit
ney nnlliing definite could bo nscerlatneil at
tlie Navy Depirtment l -m cling the courso
to be pursued tn sismiio the completion of
tlie new steel eiulsi'is the Atlant I, liostoii
and Chlcign but it was the gem nil impn
slnn among nivv oiliiors tint wmk on them
will be suspended until the Dolphin matter
is finally sittliil. Ile-.ii tf.-lt sviupith) fur
Mr. Ko.irli was shown on all sides ami sonic
officers openly expressed the oiuiunn that he
hadlaen unjustly tie.ited A proiiiiiiiut
olliccr in spe.ikliu of the nutter to a Mur
repoiti r Is iiioteil as saying: "Mr liojeh's
failurn Is teally a disi-trous thing fr
tho Clin eminent, 'I lie Attorney (icncral'a
decislun may hive a more widespread ef
fect than was thought. I hluk nf bieaklng
tip the only leal plant for ship building lu
this country Jut when we are most anxious
to liullil our own ships. A plant can't be
proem red In a day. It takes years. We
ought to ilueveiy thing possible to encourage
ship building. Look at the illuVictit courso
Cierinany has pursued. She possesses the
best plant in Uie world for constructing gnus
and does not Intend to bu behind in ship
building. The Herman l.lojd steamers
were built In Scntlind, but a few years ago
when thou was danger of tiouble with Kn
gland, (ieriiiany rcallul tlie position she
was in as reganls building ships and imme
diately subsldlisl the tiermin Lloyd lilies
provided the comp my had its ves-els built
in Ceriinnv. As a tesiilt Cierinany will sron
bi- able to build ships as good as any other
country for sho is gradually procuring toe
elenenel (irant's t'nudltlmi.
Mr. Mr (liti otitt, July 31.- Ceneral Granl
sHnt an hour or two on thepuich yesterday
afternoon. The f.nnrible conditions noted
in the morning eontiniiisl. He did not at
tempt any woik, but seemed bright .nil
cheerful. Late In the nflisiioou ho signified
that hewas tin-el of tlie iiionotoii) of cottage
Olid aireb, ami felt stiong enough to takiui
rldo In the bitb chair. Hamlin diew him
down thn hill to a point of observation about
thns' bundled )aids avra). Cnloiu I Crant,
Dr. Douglass and others nf the f.iuiilv fol
lowed, watching nnd eongi itiilatnu tho
Invalid. the path was a little inut;h nud
tho Genera! w is considerably jolted The
lrt) letiiriiid b) a lougei but smiHither
way. At one point It was necessary for tho
(cucinl to get out and walk nboi't tvvtnty
fivofiet. lie did so with totteimg steps
and then le-enteicd thn chair. Upon reach
ing the cottage ho was much fatigued nnd
hail to be assisted up tin steps to the porch.
He went at nine to bis loom. In a little
while lie came out on tl o aircli again, but
soon re'uriied to tho loom and sent for Dr.
Douglass who found him veiy weak and at
onee prepared him tor lest.
Notorious Criminal Captured.
Atlanta, (l.i., Jul) 21. Charles Kose,
a notorious criminal and thn alleged ring
leader In the locent nlteinpled lobbcryof
the lllcluuond A Danville pi) -car, wascapt
ined 111 a dense forest seven miles from hero
)cstcrday. Iledenlis. all complicity In the
affair mid says lie will sue tho Atlinta nil
tliuiitles for S.'O.OOO damages and e.ieli nf
thn three ilally p.ii'is fnr $10,000 The
IKilleesi) ho will spi ml the next few )oare
In the s ulti nthir). I'esiple are Iha-klng to
tho Jail to si ltose, who jsises as tho late-st
Itllll lliiwil lij il Till.'.
Ci svitt am, O , July ui. A )oung man
named William Dossovv, was dinvvncsl at
nonll jt'steidav at the Colinottnu coal docks.
Ho was gathering drift wood with a couple
of other men, nnd the scow they occupied
was run down b) tho tugChailes Henry.
The body has not Iksmi recoveied
' Stint ly an Oltleer.
Wili'H.lSfi, W. Va., July 21. Constabl
Smlck, ot Cals'll County, icnt to tho houso
of John T. Illake, a fanner, and levied Uon
aoow, tosatSfy an execution. Ul.iko re
aisteal and stiuck Smickon the left aim with
an nx, liilllctlngu fearful wound. Ho was
alaiut to ii'iaut the blow when Siulek abut
him dead. Sailck give lilm-elf up.
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THE ROACH FAILURe.
The Wiilkinen I'ulil 111 roll The Clrtrl ind
Opinion llaiiiperliiic the 1'roi.ress mi llin
Other C:rulsers the Cause ot thti Assl;ii
Nkw Yoiik, July 21. All of Mr. Itoach' s
workmiii wtro iild off In full jesterdiv,
"My father owes no wiirklnginaii n 1'Ciiny.
He has never been sued, never has so si
nil) body, and never had n nolo pioteMod
In Ills life," said Garrett Koach last night.
Lawyer Ilookslaver workisl )elcr.Iay
morning on .Mr. Itoach's books, andsild In -t
evening that the Inventor) would show two
dollars with which to pay every one dollar
of debts. Assignee Weed said that Mi.
to tch owns property worth St, 000.000. Thn
exact liabilities could not lie stated for -e -eralihys
)et. An Interview with Secretary
Whitney was la-lng arranged, and ns soon
as the' assignees learned the fiovcrmneul'A
attitude Ihey would know what to do. It
was not unlikely that ship building would
be lesuuusl pretty soon by Mr. Iloich or bu
Iiwyer Vanderpoel reiterated bis state
ment that Mr. Itoach ran pay a good dc il
more than lie owes. "He is n rich man,"
said Mr. Vanderpoel. "The Garland np'n
lon hamtH'red progress on theother cruisers.
Mr. P.oaeb's health was falling and It wai
more prudent to have his proH;rly in tho
bands of assignees than In bis own."
One of Mr. Koach's bondsmen said: "I
was not surpilsed by the assignment, Tho
Institutions from which Mr. Itoach had bor
rowed refused to lend hhn any nunc. Ho
tried to get up a syndicate of his friends to
furnish money, but did not succeed. They
would help lilm as regards tho Dolphin but
were afraid that Secretary Whltnev would
pursue thn sune course with tho other
cruisers and they would have the vessels on
James K. Ward, a liondsman, said that
Mr. Uoach was very sick. He was unfit on
Frid ly to talk about his affairs. When Mr.
Ward questioned him bo could not make
Intelligent answers. Mr. ltoirb could hi' o
raised 32,000,000 among his friends, but d d
not liko to run the risk In ticvv of the Gov
P. W, Gall unlet A. Co., the hinlcc rs who
are preferred creditors for S-)0,0(i0 fnr nnt"S
discounted, stated that none of the nobs
had gone to protest. Mr. Itoach bad for
merly In in owed largely through them but of
late not much.
Mr. A. It. Whitney, said to a rcpoiter,
"1 supposisl I was a boniUinan for Mi.
I'nach on tho Dolphin, but tho Attorney
General says tliero Is no contract nu I nf
course If thero Is no contract Iheie is no
bond. The statements as to Mr llnelis
health aie true. When I saw liim Fiidriy
he acted like a child."
United btates Marshal McMaon bad
learned nothing jcsterihy in the way of
selmre proceedings against any ot Vr
(loach's ships. Tlie bids fo- Cio i n.ers
and the Dolphin put In on July 2, 16S3, wci.)
as follows: Itoach Chicago. SSS0.0T); Hos
ton, Vil7,000; Atlanta, 010,000; Dolphin.
S'iin.OOO. Cramp Chicago, $1,010,00",
Huston, Srsio.OOo; Dolphin, S37r.,O00. Iler-I-n
& lolllngworth Chicago, 51,120 nop;
lloton, ?77S,0O0; Atlanta, $7?7,009. Dola
mater Chicago, SI,1U,000.
Trylns; to Tnll Wool Over the l'alc-raced
Kivms Citv, Mo., July 21. A dispatch
finin Crlslield, Kan., si)s: "Thirteen hun
dred vildicrs were In camp hero Nm 1 iy
Duo troop Is out scout ing tow aids the Ciinar
loii liner from the camp In Tioiva, fifteen
miles southwest, scouting thenco over to
join v nut nc lines w Itli cnmpiiiies A, K, F
and M, of the Klghth Cavalry, scouting un
der M vjnr Comptnn from a camp sixty miles
west of us and nbout sevenl) live milts
northwest of Fort Supply.
Aland one hundred miles nc.nl) due south
of us, on their own reservation, comprising
about one hundred miles square on what is
known as the Old Cantonment, which Is
known as a well-known Indian camping
ground about seventy-fivo miles west and
sliglitl) south of Port He-no, are the most of
the Clii')enne warriors with a chief who will
not come Into Fort Ileno to iow-wow.
The ictsiui given by the ludlaus Is tint
the )oiiug bucks, having had liisullicit it
latlons, aro now out hunting for game.
When they can they will come in and tiow
wow with Generals Miles and Shi rid in. liil
then the pale-faced soldiers must li.iv
Meanwhile stories arrive at headquarter?
tint the Indians are Insincere. The) slip
out to hunt, well-mounted and finely armed.
They come homo with poor guns nnd wi'h
only a few poor ponies. 'I liev are secure')'
hilling tireanns, ammunition and ponies west
of tlieli reservation. They liav e below 1,.'.00
bucks. Thu arms they secrete tire piinel
pally Winchester rlllos.
Sr. Pvui. July 21. Settlers In from the
scene of the Che) entio uneasiness on 'longite
lllversiy lint thu Northern Chcyennes aro
congiegatlng on Tongue Ulver at tho mouth
of Otter Creek and aro making medicine;
tli.it they object to tho authorities sending
their visitors from Dakota, numbering over
a hundred, back to Pine llidge; that the
sett Ins of that district are piepared to make
a strong ilefen-e If neeessiry. lint tint
the) believe Major Logan, of Fort Keo''i,
who went to the scene, can seltiothetioulne
without ail) serious conlllct.
Ci.rvfi.ajid, O., July 31. The Amoilean
Lubricating Works on Tod Street, were
damaged h) the last cveuliu tn the extont
of about s,000. Several tanks filled w Ji
oil exploded with loud reports.
Si. Jim rii, Mo , July 21. Tho town of
Skldiiiore, .Mn , was entirely consumes! by
Hie Siinil i) nfterncain. Thu loss Is S7",000,
ami the Insurance $:)(),000. 'llio too was
caused by a bonliro In tho street.
Chic von, Jul) 21. 'I hoc ir shops nud
blacksmith shop with tlilit)-lvvo uewh
limit Height cars of the Wells Fn nch Cum
IMiiy were destro)isl by lire last night. Loss
Cincinnati, July 21. Hiss .. Sc'ined-
er's (new try, opposite Court Slieet, sullensl
a loss of l.ri,UO0 by fire jcslinliv, e uised
b) a kettle of pitch Imlling ovei and si.ni
Ing ii roaring bl.i7e. A g-n"r.il alarm wis
seuiiilisl and brought out tliu eullie ilepi.
nient, and for a time It lookisl n t' ..i uie
liremeii would boimablo lot,et conliul. Lo 3
eovrisl by liisiuance.
Hi nt.i!, Ga., July 21. Tho hands on
tho pi iiitdtiun of T. J. Gny have bcn m uie
vltthusof iHilsonlng, which icsullicl in tie
death of one of their iiutnbT. Piank Wi I
Inns and Clark Montgouiery bid acpiim-l
nlaiut n woman. Cl.uk spiead nil io n
over some nient, which killed Cain. .u. I
uiaile others deathly sick.
lliiltli or l'rof. Hli hard..
SIii.wAt'KKK, July 21. Prof. 0. 5.
lllchartis, I,L. !., Dean of tho Pieparatory
Department of the Howard Ulilveislty of
Washington, (). C, dlcsl at tho residence of
his son In Madison, Wis., Sunday night. Ho
was ono of the most prominent educators of
Nkw Ynittc, July 20. William Pelgh
breycht, a 8aloonkooier In tho suburbs ol
Williamsburg, shot and killed Georgo Op
prey, of Long Island City, Sunday after
noon, after Opprey and a gang of rlototu
men had wrecked the saloon. Sovcral
pistol shots were exchanged. Selghbre)clii
got a bullet tn the shoulder. Four other
men were sllehtly hurt
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