16 Haziran 1873 Tarihli Chicago Daily Tribune Gazetesi Sayfa 1

16 Haziran 1873 tarihli Chicago Daily Tribune Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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VOLUME 26, REAL ESTATE. tat Win Salt DREXEL BOULEVARD COTTAGE GROVE-AT. LOTS, On Wednesday, Juno 18, 1873, At 3 1-2 o’clock p. m., sharp. V« will offer at publlo. auction, ,on tho grounds, WEDNESDAY, Juno 19, 1873, at 8# o’clock p. m., tbarp, that fluo grove block Immediately north of Mr. Jamoa Stinson's flno rcsldonon, fronting oast on Drozol Houlovard, am) west od Oottago Grovo-av., between For* ly-lhinl and Forty*fourth-8U.,1N FIFTY-FOOT LOTS, to (he hlghnit bidder, on tbo following terms, vie.: One sUth oosh on day of ealo, ono-slxtb in ft) days, and tbo Ixtlanoo In ono and two years. Interest st 8 per cant, pay* abla annually. THII SALK WILL BB BONA FIDE AND PERBUP* TORY, AND NO SIDE-BIDDING ALLOWED. This property Is among tbo most beautiful and desirable esldonco property lo or around Chicago, and needs only to bo soon to bo admired. It Is very choice for residence or Investments. It is within throe blocks of tbo Forty* tblrd-st. Station, on the I. 0. Hyde Park R. H , and within throe blocks of the Cottage Grove borso-oars, and thu Oottago Orovo Dummy passes on the west lino of the block. Tbo Oottago Grove fronts aro very desirable for either business or residence. BKWBRB, GAS, AND WATER CONVENIENT. TITLE PERFECT; Print ed abstracts will bo furnished each purchaser. Call on CLARKE, LAYTON & CO., ISO Ln9allo-st., for plots and further particulars. A FREE RIDR to and from tbs grounds on day of sale, both by 111. 0. It. R. and etroot-car*. Ticket* for •ano to bo had at ofAoo of CLARKE, LAYTON CO. Train loaves I. 0. R. R., foot of Lako-st., at 8 o’olook p. a.) sharp. CLAMU3. LAYTON & CO. BEAUTIFUL HOMES. GEO. SUMMERS, 188 Bast Madison-st., Room 4, is now selling splendid lots in Nor wood Park on MONTHLY PAYMENTS, also offers assist ance in the erection of dwellings. GENERAL NOTICES. NQ'‘J*3LC2S3u About thlrty-on* thousand bushels of No, 3 Corn In iba Fulton Klovator (formerly known as tho Mann A Bcolt Elevator) is oat of condition, nil of which Is soar and heating, and will bo delivered on tbo following receipt l: Date—lßl3. No. of receipt. Amount. Oct. 30 PI 7 6,000, bushels Oot. 4 923 663.M bushel* 1873. Fob. 2ft 918 771.01 buihels Fob. 86, 954............ 013.42 bushels Fub. SO 956 876.44 bushels Fob. 27 «0 l.ras.lObusholo Mrrcfaft... 979...,' 862.48 bushels MarchS 976 336.64 bushels Msrcb4..... 982 869.16 bushels Alarobj 063..... 584,16 bushels March 6 986 339.16 bushels M«vrch6 966 810.10 bushels March 8 .992 .1, (>93.28 bushels March 8 905. 378.32 bushels AlarchS L,OOO 028.44 bushels April SI 1,006 , £>7.18 bushels April 23 1,003 9M.lCbushuls April 81 1,010.... 464.06 bushels April £O. 1,018 6,000. bushels April 5» 1,021 6,000. bash els May I. 56 2,467.28 bushels May 3 9 5,000. bushels 81,416.12 buehole 3 Coro. This Corn is contained in bins number* IS, 13, 14, 18, M, and 21. Extra storage will bo charged on tho above tcoolpU, as per our advertised rates of storage on boated GEO. ARMOUR A CO. grain. Chicago, Juno 10. 1873. BOARD OF TRADE Initiation Fee. Tlio Initiation Fee fur membership In the Hoard of Trade of the City of Chicago will, on aud after July 1, proje., he increased from one hundred (100) dollars, the present rate, to two hundred and fifty (250) dollars. Applications for mcuihorublp under the present fee should he made an or before June 26. Parties eligible to membership are only those who are resi dents of, or permanently doing business in, tho city of Chicago. New members are required to pay the initiation fee and the annual assess' merit of the current fiscal year, or at present may one hundred and twenty-five (125) dollars. By order of tho Board, CHa5». RANDOLPH, Secretary. Chicago, Juno 14, 1873. TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. F. PAEMELEE & 00., Qubits Line & Baggage Expresi Office, 166 Dearborn-st,, Chicago, Having Increased oar facilities, wo aro now prepared to deliver baggage to and from all part* of tbe city, and wa make It a *poclalty to deliver baggage promptly and with a* littlo delay a* possible. To prevent eonfuilon at the depot*, passengere, by glr* log their chocks to our agent on the trains, need not have any farther trouble of ita reselling Its proper destination. Passenger* delivered to and from Hotels and Railroads. Orders promptly attended to by leaving word at oar office. TAKE NOTICE! No person Is authorized to make purchases, or incar any Indebtedness for tho Reliance Works. 376 South Oanabst., without the writtvn order of W. A. James. Rocha * Bpoooor. All accounts due tbe tlollanos Works are to be collected only by W. A. Jamos, Rocha A Spencer. EGG-CARRIER. THE NEW EGO- O-AJR-BiXBH, CALLED THE DEFIANCE, LATELY Invented by A. 11. Bryant, (Secretary of tbe Union Egg Carrier C0.,0f 115 South Olio ton it., is a moat ingenious Invention and aoeraa destined to supersede tho Slovens Case, and all others, being the cheapest and boat In the market. Its principal advantage comfit* in tho strips of stranboard being looked together so that they cannot pull or fall apart in lilting or handling. Tho trays fold like a fan and can bo packed in email epace, earing freight on boxes and enabling shippers to use light boxes to ehlp long distances, returning the trays folded, -which may thus bo used many times. Large ■hlpiiora aro using them In preference to packing In bar rel* as_formerly. _ LOTTERY. $300,000. Capital Prize, SOO,OOO. Missouri State Lottery, Grand Single Number Scheme, Draws tho last day of evory month. 5,880 Prizes, amount log to $H0U,00(l. Whole tickets, $10; Halves, $5. Bond for circular to MURRAY, MILLER A GO., Box 3,446. Bt. Louis. Mo. TOR SALE. TWINE, BOXES AND REELS at wholesale and retail. CDLVEB, PAGE, HOW & Ct 118 wiid 130 Monroo-st. Wat Pail® UNDERWEAR. UNDERWEAR, Wo havo a largo ntook of Bummor Marines, Angola Flannels. Bilk, Idslo Thread. Joan, Linen, Jaoonot, &o. ( in lino goods at bottom prloos. Hosiery, Our stook contains about twenty varieties of &uo goods for Men’s wear, adapted to the season, at unusually low prloos. ncEvm. Wo have a very rich and soleot stock now, and replenish every month. ÜBWLAES ill WPS. The greatest variety of stylos ever olforod in Pine Goods. Handling larger quantities of extra flno goods for Mon’s Wear than any other firm, wo buy at olosor figures* and do soli at cor respondingly loss prices. WILSON BROS., 8. 33. Oor. State and Washington-sts.; “Ar oado-oourt, Olork-st., south of Madlson-st., Chicago. ' * Pike’s Opora House, Fourth-st., Cincin nati. POSTPONEMENT, AflEHBf THEATRE. ZOLOB S POSTPONED UNTIL Tuesday Evening, To Insure a Perfect Performance On tlxo First Ulglxt. FINANCIAL. COOK COUNTY NATIONAL BANE OF CHICAGO, _ NORTHWEST CORNER Washington and Dearborn-sts. United States Depository. CAPITAL, - - 8500,000 OFFIOBR8: B. P. ALLEN, President. O. T. BOWEN. Vico President. 0. G. BULKLEY,, Cashier. A general Banking Business transacted. Accounts of Banks, Bankers, and Merchants solicited. Particular attention given to collections. Bills of ISichango on tho principal cities'of this ooun* T)lKEOt6°|£s': Hon. Lymnn Trumbull, Chicago; Pot. tor Palmer, Chicago; Hon. B. O. Cook, Chicago: Thoa. 8. Dobbins, Chicago: Oban. Stewart. Noponsut, III.; B. F. Allen, lion. TV. Busbnoll, Ottawa, ill.; 0. T. Bowen, Chicago; D. D. Spencer, Chicago, KOUNTZE BROTHERS, Bankers, 12 Wall St., issue Circular Notes, and Letters of Credit on the Union Bank of London, available in dll parts of the world. AUCTION SALES. TO GENTLEMEN, Livery Med, aid Ottos, We shall soil, on TUESDAY MORNING, June 17, at 10 o'clock, in Bowen Bros.* Blook, 16 and 17 East Randolph-st., regardless ol price, to close consignments, 25 NEW CARRIAGES, Open and Top Baggios, Phaetons, Democrat Wagons, and Harness, WK A. BUT-TBH3 & 00., Auctioneers. REMOVALS. REMOVAL. I have again gono back to near my old quarters, Nos. 50 and 61 Market-st., where I have better facilities for doing business than ever before, and, thankful for past favors, shall bo happy to soo all old friends and many new, and guarantee satisfaction to all. W. B. STANNAKD, FIFTH NATIONAL BANK REMOVED TO NORTHWEST CORNER OP LnSnllo and Washlngton-sts. STOVES. RANGES, &o. BOYNTOKT 5 s HEATING FURNACES! "Oar Favorite" Ranges, "Tho Cabinet" Cook Stove, Baltimore Heaters, Heating Stovee, Tuttle Sc Bailey’s Registers* Jkc. • These goods aro tho vary best manufactured, and are reliable To every respect. Tho BOYNTON I'UUNAOU has no equal. Overy GO different size* and kinds for heat ing building* of avoir description. Heating and venti lating promptly attended to. Estimates mad aon short notice. Wo invito tho attention of dealore and thoea wanting ar erfoot working furnace or cooking arrange ment to call and see ns or send for oiroulare. BLiaa A BROWN, BLakost.. Chicago. TO RENT. Hotel Stores to Rem. Several floe stores, about 80x70 each, on Lake and Dear born-st*., under and opening Into “The Ooramorclal.'* Rents low, Q. P. WORK A 00.. 138 LaSalle-st, WANTED. ' T*ffT ANTKI, "’ A<JENTH ” I,ltoni . :* 75 I H I Ifl $250 por month, everywhere, to soil one ■ ■■l of tho most useful article* over invented] Nn noedod In every family. Send for Circa-1 U M Ur. Address, ■ ■ SB00M1) A CO.. MEETINGS. Masonic. Corinthian Chapter, No. 6»., R. A, M. Bpoolal convo cation tble (Monday) evening, at 7:30 o’clock. Work on the M. Uogtue. * J. O. DICKERSON, Secretary. Dental. All PontUU r f LbU city «ra Imlted lo attend * mooting ■t rt. B. V/hlto'* Dental Depot, thii IMoudoy) evening, al 8 p.m. Uu»lno#i©ftiuporUuoe. SWEEPING FLOOD. Sadden and Unaccountable Freshet in Blackwood Valley, Neb. A Camp of United States Soldiers Swept Away by the Im ■ petuous Hood, Loss of 6 Men and 26 Horses Be longing to Company A, Third Cavalry. Tbo following account of a military disaster has boon received at tbo headquarters of ibd Military Division of tbo Missouri in this city. Captain Alexander Moore, commanding Company A\ Third Cavalry, writing from the Hold, under date Juno 0, 1878, to Major Dubois, command ing the regiment at Fort McPherson, Nob., says: . I have the honor to report that, in accordance with instructions, I loft Fort McPherson May 27, 1873, with one'guide, ono wagon-master, five teamsters, and flfty-flvo enlisted mon of Com pany Y, Third Cavalry, for the purpose of pa trolling Republican Valley. .... May 81, marched down Blackwood Creek about 13 miles and wont into camp. About op. m. A TERHIDLE FRESHET, without any apparent cause, swept down tho valley, carrying everything boforo it, men, houses, touts. Army wagons wore swept along lllco corks. For five days previous Wo bed no rain, end where tho water came from bo sudden ly I cannot yet understand. The Valley of Blackwood Is about 46 miles long, and 1 mile to k mile and a half wide. This entire stretch of country was ONB RAGING TORRENT, at least from six to sovon foot deep, and how any man or horso escaped is marvelous. The only thing, Indeed, that prevented total destruction was the foot that my oamp was surrounded by a bolt of timber on throe sides, and as the man wore carried f - ff by the current, they wore en abled to savo / thomsolvoa'by catching tbo limbs of trees. v non day broke, on the morning of the Ist Juno, it showed almost ail the men of my company IN THE TOM OF TREES, without any covering except remnants of under clothes, and beneath them the torrent still raging. After the lapse of a few Lours, the wa ter began to fall, and a few men who could swim got to tho hills. Afterwards the others, myself among tho number, wore got off with life-lines. Up to this time nothing was to be seen of what been my camp except tho top of an army-wagon, which bad stack to a log on tho ground, and on this wagon were collected 11 men, who woro thus SAVED FBOM A WATERY GRAVE. The settlors.at tho mouth of the Blackwood lost almost all their stock and property. The was almost oil recovered when tho flood wont down. Six of my company wore drowned, and tWehty-six homos lost; t remain ed at tho scene of tho disaster for four days, and recovered live of the bodies of tbo men, and almost all tho equipments of tho command. I shall not dwell on the details of this calamity further. It can only bo understood in ALL ITS DREADFUL MAGNITUDE by each one taking it home to himself, and so approaching nearer to a just realization of its import. The men, though almost destitute of clothing and rations, worked laboriously lor four days, recovering tho bodies and property, with out a murmur. THE NAMES OF THE MEN DROWNED wore as follows: Blacksmith. Edward P. Doe ; S mates Lewis Cohn, Theodore Troendlo, Denis . Mahoney, William J. Mars, and Daniel H. Taylor. June 4. Broke camp ana marched to Bed Wil lows. Found the creek swollen, and was obliged to lay over for a day till the waters wbnt down, and we rebuilt the bridge, which had been car ried away I am, sir, Tory respectfully, your obedient ser vant ’ Alexander Moore, Captain Third Cavalry, Commanding Company A. Headquarters, Fort McPherson, Nob., June 4, 1873.—Respectfully forwarded to Department Headquarters. Nothing but the coolness and courage of Capt. Moore and his non-commis sioned officers prevented the loss of the entire command. Cspt. Moore's life was saved by his trumpeter, McGowan, whom 1 respectfully rec ommend for a modal of honor, (Signed) John 0. Dubois, Major Third Cavalry Commanding. Bloodshed at a Ganilug-Tahlc, Since Monaco, in Northern Illinois, has been the only place In the Old World where King Rou lette and Quoen Bougo-et-Noir are still allowed to publicly wield their seductive scepter, it has attracted a crowd of desperadoes and blacklegs, such as, perhaps, are not found in a similarly limited compass m any part of the globe. A most exciting occurrence took place in those gilded halls on the 28d of April last. The gambling saloons had boon crowded from an early hour by a throng in which all civilized nations were rep resented. Tho groat centre of attraction was the second rouge-et-noir table, where a middle-aged Spaniard was playing with on extraordinary run of luck. He had staked a 100 franc note on red, and red bad won fifteen times in succession. He had loft his winnings, except some gold, in which the bank had paid him at first, on the table, and when the head croupier song out in a monstrous voice, for the fifteenth time, " Rouge gagne et coulear,” there was a stir of excitement among tho dense crowd of spectators, whose eyes wore riveted upon the lucky winner. The bank officials, see ing that the Spaniard wanted to risk Ida whole winnings, amounting then to $200,000, become nervous, and declared they could not aooept so heavy a stake. The Spaniard, whose imperturbability oxcitod general admiration, replied that, according to the rules of the "Bank, stakes to tho amount of 2,000,000 francs were admissible. A wrangle ensued, and finally bo arose, and said con temptuously. "Very well, if you are afraid, I will play no moro I l ' Ho prepared to take In the pile of bank notes beforo him, when several men, who bad been crowding around him for some time, exclaimed. " Stop! stop I" The Span iard turned towards tuom, and asked, in a tone of surprise, “Why?” “ Because,” they answered, " part of the winnings belongs to uat” The) men said that they had staked a ono thousand frano note and won eight times. They claimed upward of one hundred thousand francs. All this caused iutenso excitement. The Spaniard hod port of the money, but his vehement interlocutors snatched It. The spectators crowded round tho group. Tho policemen were unable to force their way towards tho men who wore scufiliug with the Spaniard. All at once there was a loud shriek, and then another. A moment after tho crowd roll hook a foot or two from the fight ing party, and tho Spaniard was seen, deadly pale, with a bloody polnard in his hand, while two of his adversaries gasped out that they had been stabbed. A moment afterward the con federates of the stabbed men, who sank to the ground, foiled the Spaniard to the grond with their heavy arms. Meanwhile, during this indescribable soono of confusion and terror, some adroit blacklegs helped thomsolves frooly to the vast sums of money still lying ou the green baizo table, aud the bewildered croupiers hardly attempted to prevent thorn from so doing. At last ton sol diers entered, commanded by a Lieutenant, Thou tberooi? w<u tufficiontly cleared to enable tbe soldiers and police to roach tho spot whore the terrible quarrel had originated. The two men whom the.Bpanlard had stabbed lay on tbe Hud weltering in gore. One of thorn was , the other dying. Tho Spaniard hod half raised himself from the ground, and looked around with the bewildered air of a lunatic. His face was terribly bruised, and ho had evidently not yet recovered his entire 'consolousuosa from the stunning blows that had been showorednpon his head. He had also boon trampled upon by CHICAGO, MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1873. tho exoltod crowd, and his olothonwero tom In shreds. Ho and his two victims wore shortly after carried out on litters. Tho throe confed erates of tho dead men wore heavily Ironed. In their possession was found most of tho money which tho Spaniard had won, aud which they grabbed while ho was scuffling with the other two. All wore recognized aa low French black legs, while tho Spanish residents of Monaco vouched for tbo respectability of Bpnor Valdo y Garrizo, who bad boon involved by tho men, who had undoubtedly planned tho quarrel with him in order to obtain a portion of tho money which be had won. Ho was in a precarious condition for several clays after tho affray, but then recov ered rapidly. ANOTHER BORGIA. A Woman Living In *ll iminoijnn, Bin con County, Illi, Poliona Six ol Her Relative. anil Prepare. a Potion for Her Mon—she Tnlcca tlio Jlonc'llcraclf, by Bllatnltc, and Xlioroby Endn Her Career* , Syedai Dfapatoft to The Chicago Tribune , Decatur, Juno Ifi.—Lfiat September, ft Mr* At •W. Drake! an honest and most estimable farmer, living near Moamoqna, died suddenly, and undbr oiroumslouoos indicative of -foul play. His stomach was sent to St. Louis for analysis, as was also a bottle of vinegar-bitters which ho had boon taking, a -few days previous to his death. Doth are now extant, but, from some unexplain ed cause, the analysis was never made. At the time of Ur. Drake's death bis, mothor-in-law, Mrs. York, was keeping house for him, and toward her suspicious glances wore cast as the perpetrator of the fold deed, although circumstances wore not strong enough to warrant her arrest. A few days since she woe taken violently ill at the rosidenoo of her son, in Kansas, whither she had gone soon after the death of her son-in-law, Mr. Drake. A physi cian wad summoned, who immediately detected poison, and told her sho could survive but a few hours at the moat; Facing Inevitable death, she made a confession which exposed to the world a fiend incarnate. Sho confessed to having poisoned her husband in 1805; Mrs. A. W, Drake, her own daughter; two children of Mr. A. W. Drake, her grandchildren; the wife of E. R. Drake, formerly of this city, and last September Mr. A. W. Drake. Sho then wont to her son's, in Kansas, and a short tizno ago made a mixture of poison to administer to him on tho first op portunity. Feeling unwell a day or two after wards, sue wont after some medicine to tho cup board, and by mistake took the fatal dose Sroparod for her son, which resulted in her own oath. Thus passed from this life by her hand a husband, twd daughters, a son-in-law, two grand children, and herself, whilo she attomptoa to poison hor own eon; who had offered her a homo lor the remainder of hor life. THE INDIANS. The Jflodoce Inform Tboir Captors as to tho Whereabouts of miscellaneous riundor-TUe Proposed Return of tho Xtlctcnpoo Prodigals. Doyle's Gamp, Title Lake Peninsula, Juno 12.—This afternoon the Modocs sent for Dr. Cabanooa. and requested a second interview, in order that further facts relating to tho missing articles of armamout and nearing apparel might, bo made known to tho soldiers for reasons best known to tho Indiana whoso nocks arc lust out sido halters. Tho Indians voluntarily made revelations in this orderj Black Jim acknowledge fid that ho stole 816 from Moachfim, and passed in tho amount! Boston said ho baa Moaoham’s pistol hidden in tho rooks, and would return it If be bud a obanoo. HoacbanVa memorandum-book wao destroyed by the Indians. Steamboat Frank Bald ho know where the coat and Wat of Dr. Thomas wore, and could obtain half a day. The reverend gentleman's gold watch was carried off by a Warm Spring Indian. Cran ston’s ring was lost. The lending bravos, in cluding Jack, sold that thirty or forty shots were fired during the massacre of the Ponce Commissioners. They all actively shifted the responsibility for the murder from ono to another. All agreed, however, that Bogus Charley did not participate in the massacre, and from first to last condemned it os an unfair and unsafe pro ceeding. Ponding the arrival of orders from Qen. Sco field regarding the disposition of the California troops, no decision as to immediate movements has boon obtained. The list of captives sent by mail, through an dfficinl, when secured, is inaccurate. Tho total should be reduced to 150* Washington, June 15.— Recent proceedings with regard to tho return of the Kickapoo In diana to the United States are in accordance with the action of the Mexican Government and our own in April of last year. For tho realization of the project it was suggested that the Govern ment or tho United States appoint new agents, and advise tho Government of Reueva Leon of the time and place on the frontier whore the agents would present themselves to the Indians. The Government of Mexico would, in such case, provide that the authorities who represent it in that region should take' part in tbb conferences, and If tho Indians should freely determine to leave Mexico to settle on their own reservation in tho United Statee, the Mexican military wbuld escort them to a point on the frontier where .American troops might receive them. The Mex ican Government further advised that tho agents to treat with the Indians be persons other than those who made the former attempt, in order to avoid reviving suspicions and prejudices against those persons which might exist ni tho minds of the Indians, and the Mexican Govemmonbprom iaed that none of its authorities accused of be ing opposed to the removal of those Indians should have any part in the execution of tho plan suggested. NEW YORK, Another Wl(c>!tlunior**Fatal Bar* Boom Affrny—ltflacellancomi Item*. New Yobk, June 15. —Tho American clipper* chip Young ,America won. the. race with the British clipper La Escosesa, reaching Liverpool on the 13th inat. in 106 days from San Fran cisco. P. B. W. Rhodes hoe been awarded tbo con tract for publishing the city record. Every item in his bid, which was the lowest, was below the ordinary rates. Rhodes is almost unkfiown, but is said by one of the papers to have recently had desk-room In tbo office of Samuel J. Tildon. Jamoa M.iWatorbuxy, a prominent citizen of Williamsburgh, and formerly owner of (he yachts* Julia and Una, died yesterday from cancer. An .illicit whisky manufactory was seized yes* terday in the Fifth Ward, Brooklyn, the cap tured property embracing four stills, nine tubs, 25.000 gallons of mash, etc. The officers wore attacked by a mob. who pelted them with stones. The police prevented serious trouble. Francis Gillen, aged 23, a stoam-flttor, of No. 181 Mulberry street, this evening mot his wife Ellen, aged 10, to whom ho haabeon married Qve mouths, but with whom he had never lived, In front of No. 83 Crosby street, where she was walking with a friend, and after a few moments conversation brought her up Broome street, near Elm, whore bo stabbed her lour times in the breast, two stabs piercing the lungs, causing death within eight minutes. The wom an was taken to her father's house, No. 195 Glen street, where she died. She was employed of late In MoGltmosa’ store, iu Qraud street, os a saleswoman. Gillen was,arrested by the Four teenth Freoinot police, and admits the stabbing. During a drunken brawl which took place this evening in the drinking-saloon of Pat Hughes, No. 440 Houston street, corner of Ooorck street, a laborer named James Duffy, aged 23 years, of No. 611 East Fifteenth street, was stabbed iu the right breast and in stantly killed by one Edward ICirtlaud, alias Cur tis, a man of bud repute, who made his escape. The quarrel appeared to have arisen between throe man named Duffy, O'Brien, and Pete, and Curtis was no party to it at drat. Narrow Escape. Norwich, Conn., June 15.—-Tho steamboat train from Now London, on tho Norwich A Wor cester Hoad, was thrown from tho track near Payville, Conn., this morning at 5 o'clock, by a tie placed on the truclc. The engineer, fireman, and brakoman were injured, but no ono was killed. Throe cars wore smashed, and the engine thrown iuto nn adjacent brook, bottom up. The passengers bad a very narrow escape, Those going to Bos ton wore taken in from Putnam, tho junction with the Hartford A Erie Itailroad, with little delay. The passengers for Worcester reached that city at 6:30 p. m. *». WASHINGTON. Gen. Howard Explains Certain Freedmen’s Bureau Accounts. Uncomplimentary References to Air. Harlan’s I’cccnlrlcitlcs. leeull of tho Final Documentary Raid Under the Franking System. Special Diopateh to The Chicago tfribiint. BOILER INSPECTION. Washington, D. 0., Juno 18.— I Tho Supervis ing Inspector of Steamboats has gone to New York for the purporso of organizing tho Com mission to inspect and report upon boiler explo sions on steamboats. This Commission won authorized by an act of tho last Congress, hut it has boon found difficult to find persons capable and‘willing to accept the position. Two mom* bora of tho Commission havo boon appointed from the West and two from tho Fast. Their report will bo submitted to tho next Congress, HARLAN AS OTHERS HER HIM. The Reverend ox-Sonator Harlan, of the Daily Chronicle , of this city, is being severely cut up by newspapers in all parts of tho coun try, and especially hero, where every paper has a grlovanco to avenge, but the roughest handling of all is that given him to-day by Forney's Sunday Chronicle, which editorially applies to him such endearing epithets as *‘a man who will forsake God for Matmrion, and then not even servo Mammon with decency*‘A big rascal“ Rev erend Ex-Senatorial hribo-tukor“Miserable old sinner, ’* and winds up a long article in the following language: It la.monstrous that, after n career stained with ras cality and Infamy, the cx-proacbor, who received $lO,- 000 from Dr, Durant, President of the Union Pacific Railroad, to elect him to tbs Senate,‘because ss Secre tary of the Interior ho had corruptly served tho pur- Emo of that great swindling corporation, should, after Is people In lowa havo repudiated him, determine td remain hors at the scat of government and use the medium of a newspaper to demoralize our people and render the Government still worn than It 18. There appears to bo no means of shaking off such political leeches. They cling to tho last vastago of power and influence like a drowning man to a straw. Durian, instead of going to some re mote corner of distant town dr the lava-bods, as ho should, to blflo the ehame of his career and repent of his misdeeds, has the hardihood to buy a newspaper here at the Capital, and hopes by its moans, and button holing official acquaintances, to be still permitted to gather up crumbs from tho table off which ho once guzzled so many full meals. Why does he not realize his situation as Oakes Ames and Brooks did, and foU low their example? The country la tired of the Credit Mobilier gang, amt wants no more to hear from them. REPUBLICANISM IN GERMANY. An American who lias spent meet of bis UmO in Germany tfnee tho jsloso of the Fronco-Gor man war writes to a friend in this city that, from his observation of affairs, Republicanism seems to be rapidly gaining ground among tho Gor mans ; and, since it became evident that tho health of the Emperor is declining, and that it is liltoly ho cannot continue In his present capacity a great whilo longer, tho lovers or advocates of a republican forr* of government hovo boon quiet ly agitating tho subject of a change from an Em pire to a Republic in tho event of the death or retirement of the Eraporoi‘ William* OUR FOREIGN MISSIONS. Tho attaches of tho Japanese Legation hero represent that, tho only charge made by, the Homo Government against Mr. Mooro la some little breach of etiquette duo the late Embassy to Washington, which broach, or whatever it may have been, was unavoidable, and could not bo laid to tho olamo of tho resident Japanese Minister. Until ox-Qov, Jewell arrives at St. Petersburg Eugene Bchuylor, Secretary of Legation, will act as Minister. PERSONAL. The family of Gen. Sherman will spend tho summer at Carlisle, Pa. The General will re main bore. GOVERNMENT PRINTING. Tho appropriation for Government printing has been exhausted, and, there being no fund from which to draw, tho business of tho Govern ment Printing-Office has como to a standstill, and most of tho employes havo boon furloughed until tho Ist of July, when tho appropriations for tho ’ next fiscal year will become available. This untimely exhaustion of the money appropriated by congress to defray the expense of this branch of tho Government business will cause a groat deal of inconvenience In tho executive departments, whore an im mense amount of work will accumulate by tho let prox.' The explanation of all this is that, as tho franking privilege is about to expire, mom bora of Congress made heavy demands for docu ments, etc., necessitating the employment of almost tho entire force of the printing estab lishment on this class of work, to tho exclusion of nearly all others. To the Associated Preen, CONSULAR CHANGES. Washington, D. 0., Juno 15.—Changes aro soon to bo made in about twenty Consulates, in order that Southern men may bo appointed to them, tho President having recently expressed his desire to give office to alarger number of his Southern political friends. GEN. O. 0. HOWARD, noticing a recently-published article concerning his management of the Freedman’s Bureau, and certain papers in that connection submitted to the Attorney-General, says the aura, between $3,000 ands-1,000, represented as “abort” in tho disbursing officer's accounts, was unavoidable and innocent, and be immediately paid the amount due tne Government as aoon as ascer tained. As to the $33,000, tho disbursing officer sent in the money, as well as the receipts, so tho Second Auditor could caucol tho vouchors. Ho says all his transactions can bo satisfactorily ex plained. MINISTER BINGHAM. John A. Bingham will remain in "Washington eovoral days to receive instructions os Minister to Japan. He will not proceed thithor for some weeks. THE POLARIS. The Secretary of the Navy does not hesitate to say. in advance of bis official report, that the tes timony elicited shows that uapt. Hall died a natural death, and that the separation of thoso on tbo ico-floo from the Polaris was accidental. He Is desirous, however, of hearing tbo storv of Oapt. Buddington and his party, that both sides may bo fully known, A Fust Funeral In Now Orleans* Corretpofuhnet qf the Wathington Star, Wo went out yesterday by a Canal street car to the cemeteries on the outskirts of tbo city. The famous shell-road loading out to Lake Poutobar troin runs by ths street car track, and on this shell-road was a dromon's funeral procession. It was the fastest funeral I ever saw. It would seem that the hearse horses must have run with “ a maahoou ” previously, and thought they wore beading for a fire instead of a cemetery, for they pulled out at a tremendous rate, and the whole procession wont thundering after them at a two forty pace over the shell-road. After awhile tbo procession got divided Into two or throe dotatoh montfl, the fast trotters koopiug up with the hoarse, and the broken-down Uvory horses break ing up, unable to go tbo pace. One Mono, who, with his Llzo, occupied a no-top buggy, got nearly aa rod in the face as tbo color of um shirt, in hfa frantic efforts to force his wheezy old boost to keep up with tbo procession. Some of tbo firemen who wore belated, or who wore un provided with carriages, rode out in our street car, and they insisted that our driver should keep up with the funeral. This made if lively. Our street car made, the best time on record. Squads of laborers wore employed all along the lino wheeling earth to fill up tho old canal, and it was interesting to hear our driver yell to them to clear the track, us wo wont tearing on to keep up with tho funeral. Wo reached the cemetery in season to Jain tho procession. A priest led it over the grass, through fragrant magnolias and capo myrtles to a wall containing tho arched cavities, or “ovens,” in which tho dead aro in terred above tho ground iu New Orleans. In one of these ovens tho coffin was pushed, the priest uttered a few rapid words, and tho old sexton, with an expedition acquired by twonly-flvo years' liraotlce, closed up the mouth of tho cavity with trlok and mortar ; a brother fireman, who from bis facility of hand was probablva draughtsman, came forward, and with some swift Hues in tho soft mortar worbod out thonamo of the deceased; and thou the procession returned to their car riages, which, however, scattered, some going to ward tho lake and some to tho city, while others (containing women and children) paused at a road-aldo house, where “.freshmilk f, wao adver tised. Wo asked our oar conductor if that wan tho paco at which funerals wore usually con ducted in Now Orleans, and ho said that F** ft good deal tho stylo. THE FARMERS’ MOVEMENT. Fnrmot**’ Fourth of JTitly* Equal nnd oxnct justice to all tuou. —./r/JVrson. In accordance with tho odviod ana request of persons In variona porta of tho State, tbd under signed, Executive Committee of tho Ulinolrf State Famieffj’ Aaaoclatlon, would respectfully recommend to the farmers of Illinois that they moot in county, or other local meetings, on tho approaching Fourth of July, for tho purpose not only of duly celebrating tho annlvornary of our National Independence, but alao for tho purpose of Considering and acting upon the dangers that now throated the safety of tho nation and tho liberty of the citizens In tho ahapo of chartered monopoliOH and corrupt consplfaclea against tho public Intoroat. Wo further recommend tho immodlatd action of tho County Asßoolotions, County Committees, Farmers' Chiba, Granges, and persons otherwlao intoroated, ho as to secure at such moollnga a large attendance, a free discussion of the criov nncoH, and a more complete and thorough or ganisation of the fanners of tlio State. Let ua giro this timo-honorod day a now lenso of lifo, by a domonatratiou that may be hereafter commemorated aa the dawning of a now era of independence, not only for ua aa a class, but for the whole people of the State and nation. Leaving to tho various committed!) of arrange ments to make out such programme) for the celebration of tho day aa may boat bo suited to each locality, wo would merely suggest, instead of tho stereotyped oration upon the glorious past by some aspirant for political honors, that wo have the earucKt, practical, common eonso talk of tho farmers themselves upon the duties of tho present, and tho reading of the accom panying now Declaration of Independence, which may, however, be altered, amended, or loft out. as shall seem host to those having tho matter in charge. W. C. Flaoo, m H. M. Smith, Ddnoan Maokay, Executive Committee. [Many local calls ard being issued in accord ance with this recommendation.! Picnic at Erom, Iflinn* from the HI, Paul Jhtpatch, June 13. Yesterday, At ii-yota, iu Olmsted Comity, tomo thirteen Granges of the Patrons of Husbandry of that part of the State assembled for a basket picnic. In a procession, which formed at the station and thonce movfld out to the grofo, there was, by actual count, 275 double wagons, loaded full of Patrons (mou and women) and their chil dren. Many other teams came from different directions. In all there was near COO 'toams'on the ground, and about 3,000. people. During the speaking there was not leas than 2,000 people crowded around the stand, and their interest in what was said, and their ready appreciation ofH, as also their conversation in groups that, gath ered afterwards to discuss iho topics of the day, indicated that there is a strong and united feeling among the farmers in that part of the State, that they are wronged and in jured by unjust discriminations against their In terests, and that their remedy must come from concerted action independent of all other con siderations. There seemed also to be a confident fooling that political power is, to a certain ex tent, to fall into their hands; and men wearing, the regalia wore frequently overheard remarking that they must be careful and not abuse their power; that all they want is what they are faMy entitled to and what is necessary to the protec tion of producers from combinations of capitalists. Addresses were mode by the Uon. Ignatius Donnelly; tho Hon. B. B. Homan, of. SI. Charles; and George I. Parsons, of Winona, Master of tho State Grange. In sneaking of iho Order of Patrons of Husbandry, the latter said: “In pecuniary advantages to its members, it was eminently a success. It enables its mem bers to buy must of trhnb they bare to buy from manufacturers and traders at 10 .to SO per cent less than heretofore; Tho remaining groat problem for it to solve is how to secure fair prices for our products. * In lowa the' problem was being solved by co-operation reducing the coat of warehousing, and transportation. The granges of lowa, it is said, control three-fourths of the warehouses of that State.” Farmer** market Exchange Conven tion nt Planhnttan,lCan* , From the 3fn«ft«K<m iftituralW, Jtnu 13. Tho Farmers’ Market Exchange Convention, which mot lost week in this city, was well at tended. Sixteen chibs in Riley and Pottawato mie Counties wore represented, and the dele gates sent were, among the best men in tbo county. The resolution!! passed are as follows: Resolved, That a thorough ami radlrul reform Is an Imperative necessity forlhc preservation and perpetu ity of our free Institutions, as well as for tho protec tion of our own individual rights to “life, liberty, aud the pursuit of happiness: reform In trade: reform at home. litsolved , That, as members of a free government, we surrender no natural or personal right not abso lutely Indispensable to tho existence of a government, at ouco the most simple in form and economical In Us administration. Jicsolved, That It is the imperative duty of the Legis lature to enact laws that will, as far as may bo, compel litigants in courts to pay all expenses Incident tooll such suits.' . . /fcsoiml, That all our railroad property should be assessed aud taxed Just as any other property In tho Htato, and by the same ofllcers; and that our members of Congress be requested to take such action at tho next session of Congress as to compel the several rail road companies of the State to at once perfect titles to their lauds in accordance with the condition and lutout of tbo law making such grants ; and in order to prevent unjust discriminations and evorbltaut charges, tho fares and freights on said roads be regulated by law; and that all Government bonds, as soon as due, be subject to taxation as all other properly, ft* JltHolved, That our tariff laws should be so revised and amended as not to discriminate against tbo agri cultural Interests of tho country. ihwolpfd.-Tbat It Is the duty of tho General Govern ment, for the protection of the rights aud interests of the people, to construct three or more great through lines of transportation from tho West to the Atlantic souboard, by land ami water, to be owned and control led by tho same, in tho Interest of the people; and, in place of giving away our domain as subsidies to pri vate corporations, lot the products of Us sales bo ap plied to aid in (he construction of said linos of com munication. Funeral of ICfaJ* Ewing - * St. Louis, Judo 15. —Tho funeral of Maj. Henry Ewing, to-day, was ono of tho most numerously attended that has occurred here for a long time, citizens of nearly all classes being present, . Tho remains wore escorted from tbo residence of tho deceased to the First Ohristlan Church by tbo Engineer Corps of tho National Guard, where the funorol services wore conducted by tho Rev. S. A. Kelley. Leaving tho church, the remains wore taken in charge by Knights Templar, and wore followed to Bollofontalne Cemetery by that order, the Engineer Corps, members of the city press, attaches of the Times office, Companies A and B National Guards, and a long concourse of carriages filled with citizens. At tho comtory services were performed according to tho funeral rites of tbo Order of Knights Templar, E. Bov. Sir Knight B. A. Holland offloiatlng as prelate of the Oommandory, First, San Francisco, June 15.—Henry Shulls’ plan iug-mIU. at Yuba City; burned last night; also the machine-shop adjoining. Loss, SIO,OOO. New Haven, Juno 16.—The largo wooden building of the 11. B. Bigelow Iron-Works, on XUvor a treat, was totally destroyed by fire this morning about 2 o'clock. The finished and un flnishou machinery which the building con tained was also destroyed. Loss, SIOO,OOO ; in surance, $03,000. New Yojuc, Juno 15.— The grand stand and buildings at the Fleetwood ll&olng-Park were burned this morning. Vcsaols Pattfid Detroit* Social LHipalch to The Chicago Tribune. DETiiorr, Mich., June 15.—Pabuku Up—Proni India, Rocket, Ray City ivuvl bargea, Pittsburgh and bargea, Uotamora amt bargoa, Neptuno and bargea: actira Kscauaba, Angus Hmllh, City of the Straits, Philo Sce ville, Card, M. Wllllama, Whaling, Oaborue, Ww. Young, Oraflaiutn. draco Murray. Pabhbu Down—Prop Fay and barges. Wind—BoulhvfMt, 8n(o llohliory. Special Ditpateh to The Chicago Tribune. Jlitoiiei.l, lud., June 16.—Ihe store of Allen & Bood, at Orleans, lud., was entered by bur glars last night, who blew open the safe and stole several hundred dollars and some valuable papers. Ho clue os yot to the robbers. NUMBER 301. FOREIGN. Proposed Division of Spanish Provinces into States , ’regress of (lie Russian o. j if aign in Khiva. <?) ! i SPAIN. J?j. Bayonne, Juno 16.— 1t is roporto| S U Gen Nouvlllna has defeated the Carlisle ] g b Dor rogarray, near Vlltorla, and 800 inauj ta woro killed and wounded, and 700 taken pi j prs. ' ' Madrid, Juno 10.—It Is said that u. N Jlar will propose to tho Cortes the division of Spain and , her colonies into tho following Federal S.tateo: Catalonia, Arrogon, Novarro and Biscay, Va lencia, and Murcia, Now Cnstalo, Old Castile, BaliclOy Andalusia, Upper and Lower Estrcma diira, Cuba, Porto Rico, the Balearic Islands, the Canaries, and tho PhUUplnou. The Cortes will, on Tuesday next, elect o special commission to draw up a federal consti tution. The Commission will consist of twenty* five members, of whom twelve will bo Deputies of the present Cortes, and thirteen representa tives of the Federal Slates. KHIVA. Sr. PETEUSnuno, Juno 15—The Wor Office has received dispatches from Central Asia which report that the division of tho expedition advanc ing on Khiva byway of the Sea. of Aral has made satisfactory progress. Gen. Worowkin occupied Kungrad, 100 miles north of Khiva, on tho 20th of May. Tho Kliivan forces had aban doned the place. Tho General continued hlo march along the lino of tho Oxns to Khojaitl end Kuula-urgony, tho enemy flying before him. Tho Aral flotilla had entered tho Bay of Aioglr. tho southern arm of tho Sea of Aral, and sailed as far as Kungrad, whore its progress was stopped by shallows. An effort would be made to reach Kizll Kola, at the southern extremity ol the bay, whore a depot of mipplloe is to bo es tablished for the troops advancing under Gen. Worowkin. ARABIA. Aden, June, 14, via London, Juno 15.— The treaty with Groat Britain!onfco supprosßlou of the filavo trade was negotiated by Sir Bartlo Froro. FRANCE. Brussels, Juno 15.—A special dispatch from Paris to the Independence Beige says Doule, JUu ister of the Interior, has resigned, and Soulord is hli successor. TURKEY. Constantinople, Juno 14. —Biza Pasha. Minis ter of Marine, has boon removed, and Advot Pasha appointed in his place. GREAT BRITAIN. London, June 15.— Prince Jerome Napoleon has arrived froroParis. GERMANY. London, June 15.—The Emperor William con imos seriously ill. Private advices represent is condition as alarming. ROCKFORD, Voting man Drowned—Spiritualists* State Convention. Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune. ItoOKroim, 111., Juno ID.—A young man named Baum, living in Malta, DoKalb County, and working in this city, was drowned in tho race at the water-power hero last night. Ho sunk imme diately after the first plunge. His body was re covered iu about three-quarters of an hour. Jtt was cofilnod and sent homo to-day. Tho Spiritualists’ State Convention adjourned hero to-ninht; having been in session for thrci days. The attendance was at first slim. Due to day tho sessions have been over crowded. Many of the moat noted Spiritualists of Iho couutn wore present, conspicuously Miss Howlitt and Mr. Wilson, tho pioneer Spiritualists of tho West. War Department Weather Report* Chicago, Judo 15—-10:18 p. ra. Tho following reports have boon received from tho places mentioned below: niaUon. Bar. TVirj Wind. WalAer. N., gentle. Fair. 8, W„ fresh. Clear. 8. "VV., fresh. Clear. tV., light. Fair, 8., gcntlo. Clear. 5., light. Clear. Cilm. Clear. Calm, Clear. N. W., fresh. Clear. 8. 'tv., fresh. Cloudy, N.E., light. Fair. i Calm. Clear. ; S., fresh. Clear. . W., fresh. Clear, i W., fresh. Clear. 1 s. W„ gentle. Fair, N. W., gentle. Fair. I W., gentle. Clear. 3. E., gentle. Clear. Breckinridge Buffalo Chicago.... Cincinnati'. Cleveland. , Clioycnno. , Davenport. Detroit...., Duluth..... Escauaba.., Fort Garry, Keokuk.... La Crosse. Marquolto. Milwaukee Omaha.... Pembina... Bt. Paul.... Toledo PROBABILITIES. Washington, Juno 15. —For Now England on Monday, light to fresh southerly and westerly winds, and partly cloudy weather, ore probable, with possibly occasional area# of light ram. For the Middle States, light to fresh, winds, mostly from tho southeast and southwest, and partly cloudy weather, with probably occasional areasjof light rain, from Virginia to Southoost Now York. For tho South Atlantic State, south erly to westerly winds and clear and clear ing weather. For tho Northwest, rising barora. otor, northerly to westerly winds, and generally clear weather. For the Upper Lake region and southward to Missouri and Tennessee, wiuut veering to northwesterly and southwesterly, aud generally clear and partly cloudy weather. For the Lower Lake region, light to fresh winds from tho southwest, with clear or partly cloudy weather, _ Killed In a Scuffle. Kankakee, 111., Juno 15.—This morning an in dustrious mechanic named Frank Sohrimpf took his gun and went hunting on the premises ol Daniel T, Van Motor. Mr. Van Meter requested him not to shoot among bis stock. An alterca tion took place between Schrimpf and his wife oh the ono port, and John George, a hired man of Van Motor, who was trying to take tho gun away from Bcurimpf. Tho gun was discharged in the scuffle, killing Sohrimpf immediately. Hii death is universally regretted. The discharge ol tho gun is claimed by George and Van Meter ti bo accidental. An inquest has been bold. Mr Van Meter is ono of the oldest and most esteem ed citizens of this county. Terrific Storm. Special Diipateh to The Chicago Tribune, Sandusky 0., Juno 15.—A torrflc storm ol wind and rain, accompanied by thunder and lightning, passed over tula city about 9 o'clock last night. The wind took off the tin roofing on Enterfcu Dlork and carried it over intou Water street, scattered lumber piloa, blowdown trees, signs, telegraph linos, etc. Iha lightning struck the lumbor-yarda of Gilohor a Go. and Hubbard & Co., but did no groat dam age. It also atruck the roof of Fisher a Hall, pausing down through, damaging the scenery, etc., to the amount of about S2OO. Bridge Washed Away. Louisville, Ky., June 15.— The heavy ratno lout nichl Mid to-day fl “,°S ,oa , F ?, rl1 ’ flreon iilver, a fow tiiiloa tliiM aldo of Bowling Green, and tho accumulated drift carriod mvoy olity foot of tlio Naahvillo Itoilrood bridge ol that point. No other damage io reported. Tin waablng away of tho bridge will canao tho delay of train. till ropalra can bo made, which wit probably bo twodaya. To Bio Hanged Boston, Juno 15,—Tho medical commission appointed by tho Governor to investigate the present mental condition of Smith, tho Westfield murderer, report that they find him sane ami of fair intellect. Tho Governor and Council, there; fore, decline to interfere, and ho will bo hangoe on thq 27th Inst. Tlio Cholera. Memphis, June 16.—'{‘here wore twenty-one lutermonta to-day, against twelve yesterday. Physicians say the number of cholera patients are increasing, but the disease yields more readi ly to treatment than before.

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