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YOL. XXXIV-NO. 65.
INDIANAPOLIS, FJUDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1885.
WHOLE NO. 10,13.
roil FRIDAY Fair weather; In Tennes
see valley partly cloudy weather, followed
by local ralos; In the Ohio valley slightly
iaimrr and eoutherly wind, shifting wtit
erly In the weitern portion.
arc being made at our
Factory for the Spring and
Summer Trade, and when
the season opens we will
be in the lead regarding
variety, quality and prices,
Kare Bargains now in
Broken Lines in Every
Forgot wo have thoronownol
In All Stylos- Grands, Squires and
S2 sd S I Rorth Feoiisilv&nis St.
Btoty & Clark Orcaca.
Ttinln. rrpalrlnK und moving a specialty.
Milking 1 : rl , Red Pud, F.mott and Ca.
iifliy Cep,e, Piceilinj; and h'.juitrcl
Cege Springs ami I look.
'I lie t est Pird Seed aed tlravel.
Trt tone; Ibid Food,
CHARLES fclAYEK & CO.,
ta and SI VV. Waahlnixton nt,
One Hundred Lnrgo Stand.
300 3-Shoct Bortrda,
Ateo CcEirollioi itcjlatc House rencr.
Wholesale Liquor Oealei
SI S. ,Valiiiufon St.. lndianamlk
W M. GUNN,
No. 7 Virginia Avenue.
KIKKIM'LAKd WORK. AT 150TTOM I'KKJM.
Will buy a Man' All-Wool CasnU
moro Bult worth 812, this wotk,
vhilo for 310 wa can givo you your
ohoioe of ovoral lines formerly aoli
at 815 and $18.
Oar Jmmoniottock of rTow Sprint
Goods is on tho way, and wo must
mako room for it by olosing out our
ovorstook of Mcdium-woight Sul.s
nt any lacrißco. llosvy-woiht
goods marked down 40 to 50 por
This morning wo plaoo on alo a
number of broknn lots of Pants,
worth 32 and $2.0, for
Como tD day anl got ono of thorn.
Doyouneod a tipring Ovorooat?
Wo aro showing a vorv largo lino of
Light and Dark-colored 8priDR
Overcoats at prloos ranging: from 83
TUE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Keslgnalionp, "Like Angel Visits, Few
and Far Between" Onlck Trom-
Isers Are Slow Performers.
Tho Whlto Houso a Busy Sceno
Streams of Callers All Day
Teller Gets In His
AN UNFULFILLED 1'UOMISK. .
So v rat Inters mine 1 1 tn from the Capital.
Special to tbe Sentinel.
WA8iii.NiTON, March Representative
Mat sod called early this morning at the
Postoilice Department to see if the resigna
tion Of Postmaster Lanysdale, of CJrcencastle,
Lal been receive!. To his astonishment it
had not yet arrived. It will bo remembered
that daring the recent c.tmr.iign Postmaster
Lan.'3da!e rushed frantically into print and
declared if Cleveland and Hendricks were
elected he would resign He has not yet
made gocd his promise. Matron says lie in
tends to re 'Dili ir.cn J the appointment of
Willis (i. NeiT. Mataon will not return to
hia home, at Grcencastle, tili about the
ht of April.
State .Senator Pell and wife, of I'oit
Wayne, are quests f General Thomas J.
John McOee and wife will not return to
their home at Ploomlngton until some time
Dr. F. A. S;hell is is a candidate for the
Postmnsterthip at Hpeu-sr, and A. P.
Poundi and .luhn Mcsler have the came de
Robert Towle is an applicant for Postmas
ter at Danville.
A sharp contest for the Poatmastershtp at
I nil lanni olis is taking !aco between Aqull
la Jones, (leorpe (cler and Cass Pytleld.
A very do Ightful rt-rtlon to In4ianlins
wan tendered br Senator and Mr. Voorhocs
to-nlr.ht. Ail the Hoonlers In the city, nutn
herlnu more than .no, paid Ihrlr rriprc'nto
tiie genial antl diitlnKulnhed Pon.itor and
hia populär wife.
Vice rreaMfltt 1 1 enl r trlt i I'rlvln re
Hpr tat lo ihn HMitlnel.
Wahminmion, March .". Uufiei 1. lat w
to liny eppoliiltd and nwoin In as l'Mvt
ticrflary to Vice PrrihUnt HenilrlHs,
Horn afterwards Mr. Hrndrioka re'ivd th
linn. I I.MHA A. II ii'lrl k, V ! 'r'll tt t o( f 1 1
tlAK i'lM Allow III, ft llllnm h( MIlmiio
Duuty, Ithtlnim, iiuw In W nlilimton, iDrntmra'
ntto jfin upon iti ni'Hiiititu0iit of our .ittnor
lumort"! follow riticii, ilttytua l'4t, l , ycitir
tnutci 1 1'f lvn' f i dry l-flim o ti to ha an
honor 'o our owutr, veil m a ttvrv 114 C'm
I Itiai iit to a iroij aifi 011 ri 1 1 1 r in r ftuowl, who l
illtfd, ly iiiufö mitt l i' a t i !. kit wi ll for tin
omttiil ilutl whl' !i will iUmoIvh npou hint.
W11 1 r u Mo,
II N, Nhi n 1,
IMn II. Humum,
H: it, VI
inp uiim: iiousi:.
Ill Prlilrhl II r m a lloty Uf, Krxrtvinu
NiiiuoroM t:nllr i;vry On lt.
rcUrd rnmi 'J to I ,
Wasiiim.iov, March Th Wlille Houim
presenh d a buy Rcwtie to tUy, A stream of
altera poured IMn thtt mansion from tha
I hour the door 0nod until late in thn day,
The Presltlrtnt t il an early hrn-ikfast, and
thin completed the orani itlou of hia Cab
inet and directed their 1 an. en to b -nt to
A number of orxuu!tt!t) yisitad ih t
White House lcfore noon, and -re recelvi I
by the President in the- Ki room. Prom"
tttnt amotig tliem wete the Natu. . I. Kandt- I
('lub, th Ainerlcua Cllh and Youn hi 1
Democratic Club, all of 1'liilailelplna; il.j
Kins County (Tub, of Prooiyn, and a dip
elation from th County Demtrracy ot Nev
Vtrk. Tte jMit.ce of tht I n i tl 'tt-
Snprciua Court, headed by Cnief Jinti 'i
White, called abont 1-', and wer rreiyil l.i
ti e bluH parlor, 'i hn memhrs oi tti Na
tional Deinccrat'c Committee wi rn nett r
celved, ntnl n any other prominent peror
ailed to pav their reiped and keep the
President engaged the entire diy.
No chanrs have yet bsen ma 1 in tho
force of empiojes nt the White House, ex
cept that Colonel Daniel S. Lamont o-vipii j
the otlica of I'rivate Secretary to tha i'reo
lent, initeaa of Pred J. Phillips, who r (
coureo retires with Mr. Arthur. The Preai
dnl'a mail to-day was very large. It con
aljted principally of leiten of connrutula
tiorrs; many of tbem, aoweTer, related to
bubsequentl? the Democratic Phalanx of
Albany called on the President In a boly.
They were followed by detachments of clu'n
from Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Mary
lar.d, Kansas, Missouri and e'sewhere. Toe
President tfcen pave notice ha would receive
all who mlcht choose to come between '2 ant!
I o'clock, and during that time thousands
of strangers paid their respect to the Chief
Magistrate. The President received them in
the east room and ühook hands with all. It
was found necessary to dispense with the
formality of Introduction. The President,
however, recognize I many acquaintance! in
the line and greeted them by name. There
waa a lace nunibfr of co'ored peo
ple among tb visitors The
President bora the trying ordeal
well, and treated each person with a pleas
ant, mall and heartv grasp of the hand.
Visiting military and civic organizations,
which bad not previously called In a body,
were well represented. Governor P.ittleon.
of Pennsylvania, and .tail' were prominent
among the visitors. All the members of Kx
President Arthur'a Cabinet, with the ex
ception of Recretariee FrelinphuTen and
Teller, occupied their ususl dues and at
tended to all business requiring action at
the lr hands.
fe:retary Frelinghuyan was detained at
heme by ill.health, and Secretary Teller
(whose resignation as Secretary of the In
terior was accepted vesterdiyl was at tha
Capitol. Those on duty received many
callers, and took occasion during the day to
take othcial leave of the bureau oßires and
Cleveland' Cabinet Secretnry Teilet'
Last Othclal Act-Other Interesting
WAiriN(.i'ON, March .'.President Cleve
land sent to the Senate the following ro-
inations: Secretary of State, Thomas F. Bay
ard.of Delaware; Secretary of thf Treasury,
Daniel Manning, of New York; öecretary of
"War, Willtaui CjEndlcott, of Mawacnuietta;
Etcrctary of the Navy, WilliamTJ. Woitney,
of New York; Secretary of the Interior, L.
C. Lamar, cf Mississippi; Postmaltr
General, William I'. Vilas, of Wisconsin;
Attorney (ienerhl, A. H. O'arlaul, of Ar
kai;Hs. Oa of the Ipst acts of Secretary Tel'er wn
to i?ne patents for lauds in Loabivia,
prauteJ to aid in the canstruction ol tie
New Urbans and TAclfic IUUroa.I. The
lands, embracing about TOO.OO'J acrei. sre
"uip?te1 in what ie commonly known na
the "backbone grant."
It was an Interesting dy at tlui White
Honse to tiny. Cleveland, his brother, pla
ten, nieces and other relatives spent t ie
nifcht t here, and breakfasted early. Thru
was little rhange in the appfjirunc) ot 1 11
houfp, except that Arthur a personal :!' ta
auu priv.-itfl property had disappeared. I a
mont cccu) led the desk usrd by Private
8 crtary Plitlllpa rince J. Stanley Proem
tyacuated U tnrre than three years ao.
One of ' rpUI-nt Cleveland'e first acta In
connectic -itl hia otliclal housohold was to
retain O. 1 Prn-'ea as assistant to Prlvstf
t'feretary PMio..t. 1'rtu'en was anpinted
hv General Grant as the bearer of Preiiden
tiat commumcationi to either Home, of Coo
grepn, niul duriri: no many adnilnhlrAtioM
has become a familiar llt:ure t ) all who urn
connected In any way with the alTalrs ol
the Capital, HI retention is heartily r mi
mended by tr.emheriof both pirlies und by
rrpresentat'vea of I he prrr.
t)hi of the lait oilicia' aca of Hpoaker 'r
Hle m tin appointment of Messrs, Hoi
in:!'), Hatch of Ml S'jnrl, Peel, Cannon and
Ktan its a committee authorized ty the l-
U alive Appropriation hill to Itivratlgvs
the ex pet dilute of the npuropriatlon for hi
dlnti 1 hool, and the aiJiuinlstiutloti of the
laws relative to Yellowstone Park,
To'lhty In tho Nennte
Wamiinoton, March .",The tennte wa
culled to unter at PJ o'clock. The galleries
wer packed with slratigera. Mr. Allison,
Chairman of the unitilt If itppotnted to
wait upon lb President, reported that the
l rrhletit desired Iii (oiiiinlllre to state that
. would rymmttulcatw with the Snnal In
The tioniltiatlotis for th Cabinet wra r
On motion of Mr. Hiirrtuan, tha Hrntle
went lutd eie-mlive 'dm cn Ihn uomina'
At I ' m, without rt 1 ft r in 1 m ki tlm fiumlna
tloti, thi doori w rrn o Mt'l, 'id the Htiitate
ri lotiriind until to moir'V,
Iii ffMoti of tint adjournment with nit
aMloit wa nmlerttood to he (tie objooU.ni of
Mr, i:iiblletifcrKr to Hm oniirinaMoo of
lUynfil, bine.! on bis allred anil Ir''i an
tin mil ix.'i.l action lelftilVfi to I v 1 m 1 1 ' ai
fall. II requites uii.i'tlmoiis ivunml f ir
oiilirmatton wllliout prevtou rufernci to a
( oniiiilt lr. lint iil.jcctlnn is MillltUrnl to
li.U V action tl II Him 110XI 1 1 a y .
'I lm hrnnte liiiu il lately wnnl into etneu
on Ilia commitlera. The galleries wre clcmd
ai d the doors guarded to tecure prtvtcy,
Wht-n Ih Htfiiale door wr ra iropiMte I 11
as found tbu only iiouiliirtilon ln-oucltt to
the ehala wt tho.e uf tint Cabinet M in-
The Alleued .liiierlcuit l'Hauir III ICciia-
Panama, Feb, ','1, Two American! were
anions the foreigners arrested here, The
I' Mted BtalfS a'.eamer Wacliusett has benn
in iuaya'ull, where conferenct a were hehl
betwt eu PrenldentCatnaro, her Captain and
Vice Co nun I Keinherg. The Ccnadorlan an -thotilies
claim that HauIoi Ii au Kcudoria 1
citleti, and deny tliat his naturaPzstio
I apera from the I'nlted Utates should r
f t I Dim. Tha Warhusrtt bas gane to Man'
to open communication with Hint , whi -in
Jail In an interior village. Hh will the
iu to Haina ami imUire into the niHiin-'
in which I'mtad Hintes Vice ('jnsulG.nl
t'ard was trea'ed and wh-n Mr. Conitm
(li e, an Airerican resident of that port, w.
deprived of his goods by order of Oeuilli
tnrv atrps, afler Klorea, the chief olldiuler
l ad lied.
IMOIIIerle Hold by Auction,
Dot ih 11.1 k. Match The Nrwcomb
Pncb.toan cilatlllcrlc . coverlug thirteen
acres of land, wer sold to day at public auc
tion. J. H. I.indenberger, a lor I banker,
representing a yndicate of creditors, mainly
In New York, purchased the Andetson and
Nelson distilleries for jlüO.MA ?i .(KK) cash,
and the pump houses for $17,600 the two
brands of whitky tho nnst celebrated in the
country. The George C. Pachauan dis
tillery was purchased by the same for ?1,
.'.UO; the Monk distillery, by Julius Park
house, of Louisville, for f J0,.'0). The prop
erty will be held by the purchasers till it
goes up, and will then be solJ, remaining
idle in tbe meantime.
An I'prUliig 1'eared In Wlmilprc.
Ct h Ai.o, March ' The Dally NewV Win
nipeg pcial eajs: "The farmers of the
pavluce met here to day and manyacces
aiona are being received to tbe ranks of the
sei essionisti and Annexionist. Ib-solntioo
were pasted denouncing Premier Ncrqusj
for failing to secure concessions from the
Dominion Government and calling for the
rf districting of seats and an aopesl to the
country. An uprising Is really feared."
llooth Going to Oult the Vtage.
Uc -ton, March ;. The Xranicrlpt says It
1 indirectly asserted that F.dln Booth has
firmly revolted upon leaving the atace. He
will playsrerles of farewell engagements
in the larger cities of tbe country.
A Committee of 1'ublto Safety,
Chicago, March 3. The Citizens' Com
mittee of eighty, appointed to assist in prose
cuting the recent election frsnd cases In tbis
city, met to-day and appointed a committee
of nfty on public safety. This is in effect
mskicg the temporary organization perma
nent. SENTINEL SPECIALS.
Celebrating the Inaugural
Special to the BentineL
. Pi.oo'jin'.tox, Ind , March ö. Onb hun
dred guns were tired here yesterday at 1'-'
o'clock in honor ot the inauguration of
Cleveland and Hendricks, and at niht an
impromptu meeting of ladies and gentle
men wai held at the Cjurt-housa. After mu
sic by the band, L. J). Hogers, Chairman of
the Democratic Central Committee, was
called uon to preside, and L. S. Field was
chosen Secretary. A lare number of Dem
ocrats were present to celebrate the occasion.
The greatest enthusiasm prevailed, and the
rtceu pol tlcil corpse, tue g. 0. t , wai rts-
Urrecied fiom its grave and held no to
feper IKfrifis by Hon, J. II. Kut, It. A.
Fulfc. J. f. Williams and the cha'rinan.
Pi.bi can j prent ware ked to participate
5n tt." rxpreip1. when Me33rs. Mnon aui
Fitz. iti Itepublicaa orators, confessed their
fMM tn Cleveland as conservative, god
mar, ar:.l thought he would make an oicel
l it t'c iut. Th meetint; adjourneJ till
March I, ;vv when a similar meeting is to
be held. 1" ho Daxol vr was sun? and every
1. dy wert home feeling that a bettr dy
l .i 1 con t f )r the American people.
Next Coai t-llotme fcr Greene County Gone
Special to tae Henttncl.
Ut.ooMUKi n, Ind , March " Tne lburl of
Commlasianers of this (Greeue) county on
last Monday ad jpled plans and speciiicitlons
for a new court house to b'j eronted a, this
place. Mr. G. W. U 1 utimr, of yotir cltj", fur
nished tie plans, etc, and is appointed
archlte .l. Yesterday tho I'oird of Cimmls
sioneri ordered tho An litor t,i isiun notice
that blJ would be rcclveii from contractors
for the erection ol sild bnildln r Tlie bti'ld
lug h rsil tuitpil to cost from fr'D.Ol to
(K'o. Our propln could"r this a sultabt
time to bitHil, as material and labor are very
Dsttlel It Hatlleld. Ms p. our next Post
iimlr; William M Mo, I C 1 - eilt t'r
IUoomtiUl Democrat, and Dr. il. V. Norrell,
Denuicrittln (Antral Commltt erttan for the
H'cotnl ConjttoMiotial lltrtc,t, tiave one to
Washington City to be present at t u 0 in
utJKiuiitioi of (:!ev'laiiil.
Mi'jntotir I t-ni",
p 1 11 to t! Urid li. I.
Si vmim i , Maroh '. Hlbner's urchettra ut
tins rlty p eyed for the InntignrAtion ball at
North VeMHMi Inst night,
The teport pent to tha I'nqutrcr to the
tiyrt Ilia Mm n, ard M, Con pany are golH
to in I a round homn her toon la wholly
untrue I Ury liayp tiot InlPtuled lo di to,
nor do tluy tmw.
'1 he IP of. 'it at (oh hup ii vrn by (ha 1 1 row a
I'iish Htll Club at Iii opera hotibo last hl,hl
was a iua;;ujilcaiit aflatr and graod
ni crM in Yry nay, Th atlemtanon w.m
very larfc' and bolter ordar could not havn
hrtti bad I lm uitalr aas oiuMicd nt 0 o'clock,
I v llit- uta id insu ti whh h a very lmpres
( eint iiopoiOig. The imll a.ljounio I at 1
this tcoMi if 'beritiUaitd Us tnanaör
drrcrv t'lml praifca for the Usl0 dipUyed
on Um nccuüloii,
Major John .1, Ciininiliia, of HhleMn, who
Ims I n 11 Hit k for iiiina time, became) imach
Inn yrkti-riiay and he I sinking rapidly and
bis dmth may bi looked for ut any tUnn,
eptM tal tn llie Mo itnoi.
lit -iiv 11 1 n, Did , March .', A Mlts Kim
ble, hiatnr in law to Dr. Weltiver, of this
place, fell whiln skaling nt the Ibyd Kink
to day and bc ke an arm
The new lloohier Hkatlru Kink at Fal
mouth, this county, was deitlctted last night
bv an imtuehnn inauguration hall. Kuily
H xi couplet tripped the light fantastlo toa
ainl evef.vtliliir went oil to Him entire aatta
fftctlon (.1 b iih those who participated and
tti . nerai manager.
t litem ed to Mute' I'rt-mi,
Hictat to tlie H -titl.it.-l.
Vhim)n, Ii d , March .'1 Thorns s Hamil
ton, Perry H nilb and (JeorK' Sherman wero
to-tJjiv sentenced to thn hlatw's Prison by the
Court. Hamilton, one yuar; Hmtth, two
ears, und Mierman, three year. Hamilton
und Smith were convicted uf horse stealing,
Iii ui Mit-rican of htealio' a gold watch and
chain of the value of liu, of Mrs I.tttti
inote, of Hardenburg. They all deserve
Hp-i lal to th Honllnvl.
Cot.i Mi i a. D.d., Marek j. Mils IdaShleldi
had tho misfortune to fall and break both
benes of bcr right arm cclow the elbow last
nl-lit in a skating rink. Another young
lady fell and seriously injured one of her
arme. Miss Hallie Watson fell a few weeks
fKO, at or.e of the rinks, and has been un
able 0 walk a step iln e
Wants a Divorce.
HtxrUl to tho Bcntlncl.
SiiEi.i.vvii i i, InJ , March -'.Kachel Doe,
wife of Theodora Lee, a well-known farmer
living near this city, tiled a suit for divorce
to-day, alleging the most cruel and inhu
man treatn ent on his part, which at one
tin e, tevr ral years ago. produced a nil-car-riape
and alrrost cansei her death.
Chi Democrat Celebrate.
fr pedal to the scntlnol.
Lo-.AM onr. Ind., March ." The Dsmocrats
of this city last night celebrated the event of
Cleveland'e Inauguration with a mvs meet
ing at tho Courthouse. A number of able
sf reches wero made by prominent Demo
crats. Cat diriatea fur (lartaud'e Vacant Swat.
LtTTi e Pock, Ark., March .'.The Senate
bill char gins the name of Dorsey County to
Cleveland County pat?ed the House to day
and awaita the Governor's signature.
Senator Garland's selection for Attorney
General brings Into the field as avowed can
didates before the DegUlature lor the va
cancy rx -Governor Perry, Congressman
Dunn, General Ilobert C. Newton, W. M.
Fhbtack atd Major J. J. Horner.
Not Cancer hut Epithelioma Is tbe
Disease from Which General Grant
W&go- Reduction and Strikes on
tho Wabtah and Toxas
The Acconnt or lite Dlieano lIeretorre
Publlihed Greatly Fxnggerated,
New Yokk, Mnrch 5 The Medical Kecord,
heretofore quoted in these dispatches in con
nection with the accounts of the condition
General Grant, will on Saturday contain the
In view of the recent developments in
General irant's case, the Kccrd's bulletin
of two weeks eo, sd largely quoted by the
prets of the country, requires some explana
tion. It Is fair to state tbat the f.icts at the
time presented by tho Medical Uecord were
founded on the hts'. authority, tb.it of Dr.
l'orJj' 3 Parker, the atleudlng physician of
General Grant, and Iiis explanation is mani
fest in the following note:
.'I Kai Tutsi y i!.inu Stickt.
It.e vtatttiu'Ut which I made to you was liter
h 1 y true at the time I male lt. an t 1 am certain
I'r. 1'oukIk would then havo maile precisely tlie
Mimr. 1 nw Dr. DoikIkk 1a1 eveiiinir, ho1 he
11: 011 hM what 1 lia l told you was exactly what
he nnM have ald at the time. l'ntou Monlay,
attor 1 aw jou, tlio action of Concroh li a
most dcprcsoitii cftoct on (iencral Grant. III
vital rowers audJonly broke down, and thelocd
ltminty Mct"lily isumpl a ikmv a 1 pect. Tho
nt'wuMji-r o'cotinls had boon Kreatiy ea
K'' 1 h tc'1 , etui wi Imvo nover aiilictpalot any
Mich eprcisr tcrmlnstloii hi thoy bavo Indicate I.
1 do not bclkvo Ir. DoiuIhns ever used the word
cam i r In connection with 1)10 c Wo Imvo al
ways spoken of It an cplihcllouia of h tnaliguant
typo. Probably It was Rtoally Imrrorcd for the
ttino by tho local treatment o( r. l).im;lioa, and
the lecal conitillon waa manltctily Improving un
til the moral strain broke down his KcncraUys
t"tn. Kvcr fiilttifully,
KnlMiYi I" ll AUK I.I!.
Vi".lneilay Noon, March 4. 1 "v.
It li a matter of deep regret that tha
rae st.apltloi entertained of the serious
nature of Geuetal G rant's disease, are con
litinrd by a diagnosla uf the rplthcllom of
the tongue. This dUvt we name which
now Is perhaps beard of by the gneral
public for (he first time, assume Importance
as to Ihe study which It could never other
wise obtain. Consequently the dally papers
are educating Ihn people with retard to It,
to 1 be terms of epithelioma, malignancy,
and I it l It ration will be as well understood as
hi former time were thoia ot suppuration,
pueKk ami bulled rvts As mtht
have be it imlticrd under the rlrcuin
statu ra tin- published reports of tha Gen
rral'a condition wrn very mucli axa rate l.
Tlitt disenso la by no means ns eitetislyn as
generally bellaved. In fart Iba ulcerations,
annll In extent, are lliultrd to tbe nht
Plllats of tlm fatioi s anterior, one bniui! p"r
foraled at II biM. 'I ba adjoining rluht abto
root of the loiitfUn li indurated to a alUhl
intent, 11 s is alo tbn neit'bbjrliiK rJand
under th aiinla uf Ilia N on (! fbt'it ntdn.
The 'oof of Iba mouth atonsida the rUbt
palalo, and rlubt of Ihe lue.lan line, warn
three small warty llsa eictra'-ciici.a, which
klmtt a Irndeiicy toward all perforation,
'1 ha rptlotil Is firo from any abnormality,
pp eis all other ort of (ha thtitat.
Altb014-.il tb imluration of (be tongua
has eiisied mote or 1cm im n I iH fall, whan
t Im patient was first sertt by Dr. DjttKlaa,
Iba nit er at Ions have appeared qu II recent ly,
It wm durini! ttintr propren that tha Gau
rrtl sutlerrd from pain In (ha rn'htrar,
whit h bits now hern entirely nHeed by the
local ai .plication of fuir percent, of the so
lutloii of cocaine, t'nder tha aama treat
nicht all 1 in In i?dulltlon has bpeu en
llrely ovetomc, and the patient his bean
Wept In a very coutfonabh itato.
The puhe, which ix uurmally sixty
per minute, occasionally rea hai eighty
bfatr, Tha Indlly UmpiriiturH la iiormal
HUtltH fair, which la my ins everything in
It favor, as the General Is not a hearty eater.
Tne treatment of the case hat Inen judi
ciously ( 3utrvatlv from first. Tha fluid
extract of cocca, administers 1 Internally
at il Idioform, is ducted upon Iba ulcer
tlonn. Contrary to tbe general tmpreision,
tbc tongue Itbelf is not ulccrtd, nor has It
bi t n, so far as sve cart learn, at any time dur
ing the prr f-'resi of the dhsss. The trouble
tome tooth, taid to have been axtracte I for
tbe relief of tbH lingual ulceration, was on
tbe opposite or sotitut side of tha mouth, and
was removed to relieve the persistent acho
of tl c it ft ear.
Dr. Douplas ald last niirht: "General
Grant has had a red letter day for him. Ha
has eaten heartily, been out ridlnc. anii
eeems considerably Improved. The condi
tion of his throat is t.o better, however, aud
t!i probet of tbu diMuse has not beea
Generbl Grant'a condition is much Irti
provtd to day. He pad a (rood night.
mi: w a it a mi ivagi: Ki:i)tcno.
General Manncer Tulnince Denies the
lload ll:ia Ke-tlfd Iroiu the Itedurtlou.
Sr. Lot is, March j. Colonel Talmase,
General Manager of the Wabash PsllroaJ,
contradicts the rej ort that the demands of
tbe striking machinist, at Chicago, had
been acceded to. He says tbe men have re
sumed work but at the reduction made by
tbe c Ulcers of tho company. He also denies
that -'0 men are out at Springfield, 111., and
says that over 1:1)0 men have been at work in
the shop there all the time.
The Strlka Hpreadlug.
Fort Wavm: Ind., March ."1. At noon to
day luOnien employed in the Wabash, St,
Louis and Pacific Kailroad shops, of this
city, struck against the recent reduction of
10 per cent, in wages, and are holding a
meeting this afternoon to organize a plan of
action. Representatives from Moberly. Mo.,
end bprlrgheld, 111 , shops have been here
Ihe past two days agitating the subject, held
a meetinjr last nlpht, when It was determ
ined to strike at noon today. Only a few
carpenters are yt working, and it Is ex
pected they will join the strike to night.
The New Men Leave.
Ei niMdiri.D. 111., March .". Not more than
a dcen skilled workmen are at work here In
the Wabssh shops to day. The men now at
work are froth. The strikers had a meeting
to nif ht and determined to stay out until
their demands are ac:sded to. Men were
brought herefrom Detroit, Mich., to wori
in the shops, but upon finding out the situ
ation cf affairs went back.
The Strike at t. Lonla.
St. Lori3, Mo., March ". About fifty em
ployes of the Wabssh shop!, of this city,
went out this afternoon. They laid their
grievances before the foreman of the shop,
and were told they cauld go, as their places
could be readily tilled.
THE TEXAS PACIFIC STUIKC.
All Freight Tralus Stopped nt Fort Worth,
Hut the l'atger Trains Not
1'okt Worth, March 5. At 7 o'clock this
morniDg the men employed la the Texas
Pacific and .Missouri Pacific Railroad shops
quit work. All switch and freight engines
in Ihe yard were killed, and to-nlht tuxteen
dead engine are arouud the round-house.
This morning all th east bound freight
tralnswcre side tracttd in the yards and the
engines taken to the rcund-hou-e and killed.
No fre'pht trains will be allowed to ras
th.ough the yards. The passenger trains
will not be molested. The
strikers are in proupi discussing
tbe fiituatlou, but are orderly. About .'.Co
loaded and empty cars stand motionless on
the tuck. A tnin of California fruit, hound
l'.ast, atul a number of cattle train", are
among the detained freight. This evening
the strikers received news that several freight
traic from the North would arrive. They
attcmbled at the north end of the yards, in
tendir;; to bide tra?k tbe trains and kill the
engineers. The trains were intercepted by
wire and turned bi k towards Penisen. The
tdrikers are holding .t meeting to ni? ht, to
determine what further steps to take to brin
the company to terms.
All the Ktifilnea Kuti Aeroaa Ked lllvrr.
Pknison, Tex., March At noon to-day
tho Missouri Pacific Company moved all
their engines at this point across Pod Diver,
Into tho Indian Territory, for safety. Ills
understood tbat the entire force 0 employes
in the machine shops will refuse to return to
work to-morrow, at a request front the strik
ers at other points In Texas. There are :)
cars of freight here awaiting forward
Inp. livery thing la tiict. A pecial
irom P jngylew f ays the strikers today re
scinded t tie resolution to stop the pasenrer
trains, but thrieiamuch ttlk of siopplne
tha pasnenters to-morrow. Tb yards are
full of freight awaiting shipment. A few
section men agreed to the terms of the com
pany today and returned to work. At
Marshal! a Citl.rns Conimltten waited 011
Uupetlnletident Cummin:, who said be
could guaranti a full tlmo If tbe
men would return at the redip (Ion
ratra as there w as plenty ot wotk. At a
mtetlng to tiipht Mr. Ctimmliigs' ttnrante
wiijtrfutpl. At hheriimtt tha rinployriof
the Teats PoelhV wem t h If afternoon not!'
He'd thai they wrrc suspended Indefinitely,
'Mils auaprpsion works a hardship, as tlx
bhertuati einpUnea wem willlm: in arvapi
the rrducltoti, It I rumored thai Iii r un
pany baa iteirtmltird to only run the mall
(nachts until the sink la over,
l lillllill rKeiiea its Ihe I lllnula Mnunt ti t hI
hi 1 i!st in ti, III., March At .- im. the,
f eiiate was announced and Ihe Jjitit con
Veutlou bean. l orty-hlh Mrtiiatora end
11) Peprearubttivt-1 were present.
Tha pepubllctna voted as billows: Po -o,
Washburn, i, Mlttlu voted for Wash
burn, Acting Hpeaker Klmbrouh ttien
annoum ed the Joint Assembly aJjourneil,
whereupon the Republicans objected, claim
ing tbat ha bad no authority,
'Ihn Republicans, led by Mr. Fuller, raised
tat detiiMiium for a time, and tha Door
eepers were called upon to clear the House,
Dually Ihe tfeuate withdrew and aNo the
Pepublican members of tha House to the
renale t hamber, where an adjournment
waa made till to-morrow at 1- m. Peforo
all members of the House got out, the
speaker ordered the doors, closed.
Deputy MhertlT htiot.
Mai:wI'vitk, Mich., March r. John Kohl,
Deputy Hherltf, was fatally shot In Nejrannell
at s::io this evening. He was trying to ar
rest Pat Penan, a disreputable character,
who nourished a revolver on the street in a
arelrss mariner, when Hunan turned and
fired two shots at Kohl. The first shoot took
el!ect under hia arm and the second in hia
mouth Penan escaped, but a prisie it beim
organized ti capture him. Kohl Is bleeding
Internally, aud very little bona is entertained
of his recovery.
A KteMiiiftr'a Hotter Kiplodea.
W11 mi.vhon, N. C, March 5. Tne boiler
of the steamer Wave exploded this after
noon. The boat Is a complete wreck. Ne;M
Jessup and Kitty Harvey, colored, were
blown Into the river and drownei Perry
Cotton, the colored pilot, aud Pave. McPher
son were badly scalded. Several other em
ployes were slichtly Injured. The boat was
valued at Sio.ow.
COX DFX SKI) TKLLU KIMS.
Kx-President Arthur was yesterday elected
an honorary member of the New York
Chamber of Commerce.
At New Orleans, yesterday, seven prisoners
et-caped from the parish prison. The crimes
of tha convicts range from murder to petty
Charles A. Kirs?, teller of the Orleans
County (New York) Natlenal Psnk, at
tempted suicide yesterday. The cause is at
tJibuted to overwork and sickness in his
On Wednesday morning, at Monroe.Cnion
County, North Carolina, masked men over
powered the jal'er and took out Le Sutten,
a negro, and banged him. Statten was
charged with rape.
NVamiihutos, March G 1 a. a.
For Ue Ohio and Tennoasce Valley Fair
weather In Tennessee, partly clon ly weather, fol
lowed by local rains In the Ohio valley; sllsntly
warmer, southerly winds, shifting to westerly iu
the western portion.
For the Upper Uke Ketion-rartiy cloudy
weather, local enow, generally warmer, south
essterly winds, IccomliiR variable.