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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - April 19, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                W Sf Want Ad vttMaeiieins In met HawkBye wfll to IhWA m the ule of aew on the looal jmgt Influndayi THE BUBLINGTON ESTABUSHXD unjustifiable and hence then ii BO other I army wu no proof of If means of protection than the bullion hadnt signed hit property would SATURDAY APRIL IRE PAIilEKCif CORFEBEHGE IT WASH WHOM The Eeport of the Committee ArM tratfoB Tote of Thaakt TeadereC Secretary Blatae asi the United April Pan Americtn conference practically con cluded its labors There wu a warm discussion this morning on the re port of the committee on the general welfare regarding Differ ences developed which bade fair to block the way to a who had been absent at a Cibinet and asked for a recess and invited the committee on general welfare to join him in consider ing the Blaine made a brief in which he raid tic resolutions of Oointava had been changed from being in perpetuity to tun at even dates with tho treaty of He proposed that the following be accepted SB a cub atitute for tho third and fourth resolutions f the original text That the principle of conquest shall during the continuance of the treaty ar bitration be recognized as admissable under the American public law that all cotaioEB of territory be void if made under throats of war or the presence of armed Any nation from which tuch cession be exacted may dtmand that the validity of the sessions be submitted to arbitration any renunciation of the right of arbitration made under shall be null and Blaines substitute was put and carried with acclamation and except from Chili Doctor proposed that a LatinAmerican library be founded at Washington with contributions from the nations represented that it be known deception Be acid he deemed this feature abaolntely essential in protecting the credit of tide country and would feel it his duty to oppose measure that gave the holders of cei cate option on the currency in which it should be After the secretary had given his views upon the bill and the basis for a discussion rather desultory in its nature tonk place upon the subject of the in sufficiency of the Secretary Windom had stated to the committee that the total circulation was an average of per capita on a basis of this sum wu subject to dimin ution by several amounts that are tied up in various held for re drmption of so that the per capita amount of circulation wu con siderably less than The secretary agreed with the u he had with the that an addition to the circulation was but in the conference today no definite sum wu stated by any Another meeting of the committee will probably be held this afternoon in order to arrive at an agree ment upon a basis for the silver dome of the committee were in favor this morning of conceding the point in sisted on by the of mak ing thei purchase certificates redeemable in but to this the silver men say they will not agree under any circum There is also a difference of opinion among the committeemen upon the proposition to make the purchase of cer tificates legal hare been taken Houk spoke for the loyal BMB of the declaring that if it had not been for them the confederacy would have After a tilt between Honk and Gros a resolution by McComai wu agreed recommitting the bfll with in Pun if CBNTS rat W to the to report it back within two and that the biU be placed at he head of the The resolution wu reported to the Qrosvener raised a point of order and the speaker ruled the resolution out of The bill went back on the Adjourned for The at the evening passed fifty private pension All Fclsita IB tha Oklahc Bill Hi JOB 1 OF a THE He is the Perpetrator of a Cnel aud Revolting CrimeBo Sympathy is ExareMed for State News sad Special torn April afternoon the grand jury reported a true bill against James against him a count finding of murder in the Cmll as the placed Coumbns library and in it be tho histories of the nations roprcuuntid in these conferences their and official docu J that it be dedicated upon the anuivoriiny of tho centennial of the die covory of Amwica by Tho motion prevailed A rcRolutinn of thanks to Blaine and to the United States for the cour tcsien and hoppitality was proposed by of and enthuiiastically The report of the committee on international law was also submitted and The United States and Nicaragua voting The formal ad journment will be had CcBimlMloBor Wright With tho Subject IB Btm ABBUB ttcport April of Labor in his annual deals solely witli railroad the sub ject being treated at great At tho end of the last fiscal year the num ber of railroad corporations in the United States was approximately 170 number em 912 For the purpose of investigation the railroads ari divided into seven geo graphical groups Sixty were representing all parts of the country and at condition of railroad and em ploying On thesubject of Iho religions of the employes and cor porutioufi to the six hundred roads by which the real railroad business of this country is it was found that nineteen maintain beneficiary inBlitu joim a few pay the hospital expenses for men injured in service Very few py taxes for the support of Rlato and county institutions and three or four c 311 tribute to tho relief funds and several furnith club houses for certain clflsiee of Slv companies as sert they pension their superanuated em ployes and also those permanently dis A few give superanuated em ployes light work or allow half time while a number make settlements upon the permanently Two hun dred and sixtysix companies retain in service the permanently the number of such on the rolls at the close of the year 1888 being A large number of roads provide some system of technical education for the men in their shops a few have technical schools for em ployes and in some for the famil Commissioner Wright at what he calls the absurdity of the common law now prevailing which prohibits injured employes from recov ering damages from the employer when tho injury is the result of negligence or unntness of the company The wage side of railroad labor is treat ed very fully in tabulated statement showing the number of men employed lip the day or by the under contract on commission what proportion of the year the men are As to it is found over seventy three per cent are paid at rates ranging from to 2 per The average daily rate of all employes paid by specific time on sixty roads is SI yet nearly sixtyone per cent of the whole number received less than the avenge rate of while only about thirtynine per cent received above the average for It is also shown that of the whole number of employes 101 905 earn less than 1100 per earn from to per and earn from to 9400 per The average earnings on all sixty roads per year is although less than sixty per cent earn less than this The report shows the average daily rate of pay in each of the seven groups ot seventeen The report farther shows that 824 570 men wen em ployed an average of 147 days each and they received t248 average actual eirxiings for the year These 23O70 men were employed to fill positions in other if men had baed employed on full time they would have accomplished the same re The states it should not be concluded that these men are out of employ although it is a fact that this featun of the problem offers a field for discoasion and April said I have given notice two or three times that I would call up the bill concerning an international I am bound to press because it is simply justice to the people of the city of Chicago and to the manufacturers who contemplated ex hibiting foreign as well as Ameri I am instructed by the committee and am under constant pressure to call it I have applied privately to the sen ator from Kansas Plumb and I do so to allow his bill to lie over until the senate can consider this exhibition After considerable debate the senate went into executive session on motion of Whon the doors Plumb asked unanimous consent to have the land forfeiture bill laid before the senate Monday as unfinished The clerk read the title of the pension examiners bill as unfinished But that was not in accord with the pur and he manifested considerable Among bills passed were the folio wing Senate bill authorizing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri river be tween the city of Chamberlain and Ly man South Dakota senate bill increasing the pension of General Mil roys widow to a On motion of Hawley the senate agreed to consider the worlds fair bill immediately after the morning business IBM MO THX UXTOB ma April The senate republican sdlver committee held a meet ing this at which Secretary Windom wu present and expressed Us Be amid the reason for his advo cating the redemption in bullion of oar tiflcstes issued tor the purchase of bul lion was that it would make certificates more To wquire their redemp tion in eilver dollars would in ids to discredit white to n qiiintheirndamptioningoldcoina wrament two ways which the credit of tte can fcm of the fens let the KoppsrtiBi redemption bill toprowiaea cold wholly The letter me ha Of mod the B April the house of rising to a question of personal privilege sent to the clerks desk and had read an article from the New York Press declaring that a gigan tic job wu discovered in the southern war claims bill introduced by The article further stated that of chairman of the committee on war had denounced the bill u one of the most infamous jobs which hu ever been foisted npon Thomas said he had not censured any member of the He stated that if the bill passed the house it would be because he thought he could prove that a number of claims on the bill were claims of persons notably Enloe said that the charge in the article that he had brought the bill be fore the house in a surreptitious manner was a falsehood made by the correspond or a falsehood made for him and repeated by His action in regard to the bill had always been straightfor and he denounced the article as a slander on the bill and on the members of the Thomas reiterated statement that a number of claims in the bill were those of disloyal persons and that a num ber of them had never been examined by the of moved that the house go into committee of the whole for consideration of the legislative ap propriation but the friends of the calendar mustered sufficient strength to defeat the motion yeas nays of submitted the disagreeing conference report upon the national zoo The report having been agreed Cannon moved that the house insist upon its amendment which requires that the District of Columbia bear half the burden of expense of main tenance of the The motion to insist was agreed April confer ees of the Oklahoma bill have practically agreed upon all points of difienncs in that but will hold another meeting to perfect the By the terms of agreement the Cherokee outlet will not be inclndd in the boundary of Oklahoma territory at but she supreme court of Oklahoma will exercise legal jurisdiction over it instead of the court at THB EXECUTIVE SESSION The in executive dis posed of the report and recommendations of the Dolph special committee to find the leaks by which the proceedings of the executive session becama public The report recited the failure of the in quiry to establish the complicity of any one with the newspaper and recom mended that the latter be brought before the senate to be dealt with for The report wu discussed nearly four and at the close the recommenda tions of the committee were rejected by a vote of 35 to it is ends the latest farce is connection with the executive session of the POSTAL GLEBES The postmaster general honors house bill provining for fifteen days an nual leave of absence of clerks and employes attached to first and secondclass postofflces after a service of one but not thirdclass He estimates the additional cost to be about per A PO8TOFFICU BUTLDUJG The house committee on postoffices and postroads today authorized a report to the house in the modified form of the Blount bill to provide for the erection of postpffice As amended it au thorizes the postmaster genenl to con struct at his discretion buildings at any place at which the gross receipts of the postoffice for two years or more preced ing shall have exceeded or in county seats each the cost of buildings not to exceed in any Where the receipts do not exceed 000 the cost of the building shall be limited to and receipts to the amount of entities a place to a building not exceeding in The postmastergeneral is authorized to receive donations of ground u sites for the erection of such buildings and when necessary to purchase the pries not to exceed The bill appro priates for the fiscal year of Nearly two thousand places in the country will be affected by the passage of this Stephen of second Reid wu at liberty on a bond of but wu at once ar rested by order of judge Uowat asd committed until he can furnish double the amount of that Reid is charged with the murder of Clara Matthews by the operation of criminal committed some time during the month of The case contains some revolting features and there is little or no sympathy for the although he stands well in ia well and is a prominent member of one of the city churches The cue will be taken away from here on a change of Hied declaring that he cannot get justice at the hands of his 118 to uked No further conference wu of presented a pro test of members of the hardware associ ation of the United States upon the pro posed rate of duty on cutlery and Peters presented a petition of sev eral hundred citizens of Kansas opposing any reduction of revenues until service pensions had been nf reported the river and harbor appropriation and it wu referred to the committee of the The house then went into committee of the whole on the private The court of claims bill wu the first on the calendar and Thomas resolution to report the bill back with the recom mendation that it be referred to the com mittee on rules for investigation of the status of the measure in connection with the rules of the house wu lost A point of order wu raised by Kerr that the committee on war claims had so jurisdiction over the of then of fend a resolution that the bill be re ported back to the house with recom mendations that it he recommitted with instructions to the committee on war claims to in quire into the loyalty of each He said the bQl contains two hundred and eightyfive claims based OB the pntended findings of a court of Of this number there wen eight cases when the fiudines transmitted to IB 176 anal method of finding the loyalty of the parties had not ban Tha committee OB war claims had bunched these claims without any examination or The secre tary of war had transmitted to the com mittee since the report of the bill a state ment ahowing that iaS4 cases the claim ant had filed vouchers for nrpplias fur nished the coBfedentea or doae other thing indicating the Cannon aaid if thia wu correct dan not the bill uatfl it wu thoroughly of Hew da mBoed the attempt to dngaroogh oor mt with incorrupt of aaid it wu ao much tha oorroBtMsa to Mil the Thie pnclsitatad a VMMBT i of 1 that the that a i to be pension agent at Des BBXFDSB xo SUBBKNDBB Thbtv tbo civil Power U April special to the Times from Harlan Court House aays a deadly fight occurred this morning at 120 seventeen miles east of there in the Black between a detail of state consisting of six teen and about thirty outlaws who were fortified in an old Five of the soldiers were but it is not known how many of the outlaws were u they still have possession of the A corporal WuS sent in af ter reinforcements and knows but is he left immediately after the firing The troops have the barn sur rounded and it will be impossible for those on the inside to make their u the only two roads which lead from the place of action are both cut off by who an instructed to allow no one to pus toward the as it was thought best to keep the news of the conflict from the people about here until after reinforcements had reached the yesterday afternoon Captain who is the commanding wu informed that a body of lawless some of whom had been indicted for various were fortified against the law at the above mentioned locality and had refuted to surrender to the civil He was asked for a detail of his men to go out with some of the civil officers for the purpose of making arrests and he at once sent sixteen pri vates in charge of Sergeant Pullian and Corporal They expected to find the men in a house near the but instead wen fired upon from tie An attack was not looked for at that point and came so unexpectedly that it demoralized the soldiers for a minute or but they soon rallied and surrounded the barn and began firing into it from every when it wu thought best to cease action and hold the fort until reinforcements arrived with more It is believed that a seven fight will take place uaoonu additional troops reach the for the outlaws an well armed with Winchester rifles and swear that they will not sur and the soldiers an determined and want revenge for those who have been shot No further particulars are AMEBICAX April Louis April Toledo 3 April Rochester April Syracuse 1VMTEBH DBS April Moines Paul 4 April Milwmkee KAXBAS April City Sioux City April Omaha April win op hones in todays races wen Golden Dma Oolden Kings April winners to day wen John Tom Bosnia A A OMldoB M That will to All April the lut meeting of the city council a petition was signed by forty journey men apprentices and asking test the ancient blue laws be en forced and all barber shops be ordered closed The council laid tha the petition on the table indefinitely and it was thought this would settle the mat But the journeymen barbers union was determined to fight the thing Tuesday a committe appeared before a justice and swore out a warrant for the arrest of Charles proprietor of a large on a charge of violating the old state law forbidding work on The case wu called for trial yesterday afternoon before a judge and The court room wu filled with interested and amused Witnesses swore that Sunday shaving was a work of necessity and charity and the jurymen admitted that they all got shaved on The attorneys made eloquent pleas and the case was given to the who in one brought in a verdict of not guil The journeymen barbers now talk of striking and taking all the apprentices and bootblacks with them if the employ ers do not close their shops on SMBrcd Her Special to THE Hj DBS April who stole a child from Effie her several days wu captured at a late hour lut night several miles north of Polk Clark and an officer succeeded in tracing her to a farm Likes showed refusing to go with the saying she could only be taken She at last gave up the child which the officer took to a carriage waiting where the glad cry of the mother attracted the grandmothers She rushed out and struck Clark in the face with her fist and wu arrested and brought here whereshe is now in IOWB School Special to THI April round table meeting of school masters of central Iowa is in session Repre sentatives are present from Des aad more are expected AB TJikBOWB MOB Special to the April unknown man was killed by a locomotive on the railroad track just west of this city this from papers found on the body it is thought he wu William of Union near New this Be wu a peddler and wu snppoied to have been Will ClOM Their Special to IHS Sioux April men came before Mayor Palmer this afternoon and held a They say they cannot stand a monthly fine and prose cution ani have agreed to close up for From Correspondence of Tan April weather for the last few days hu bees cloudy and threatening and the temperature rather are however busy sowing small and the acreage will be The ground is in good conditiou and should it turn warm soon and the weather resuin prospects for a large crop will be Business in all lines ol especially in the im plement is exceedingly of our citizens whose names we did not attended the soldiers reunion at Des Moines lut Votaw spent Monday and y of lut week in Wooldridge wu visiting his f ami Calahaa is not yet but little hopes an entertained for his Jim menon wu immediately Veatm of Strike Sltmrtlm nttaharsi April new feature of the strike situation is the probability of a strike of the street railway employes at the same time the other railway em ployes go They have tendered their support to the switchmen and are considering tha advisability of making a simultaneous demand for higher John chief of the federation of railway arrived from Chicago this morning and ia now holding a con ference with the He hu full power to and after he has seen the men and officials will announce his The Pennsylvania raDmad em ployes have revolted in so far aa they are now meeting with Superintendent Pit caira for the purpose of laying before him thsir Chairman of the local griev ance is authority for the state ment that the strike will not be ordered He thinks the matter be amicably settled without resorting to radical THB CHICAGO April joint commit tee from the striking carpenters and new trass contractors association have agreed upon 35 cents per hour instead of 40 the original and the mat ter will be presented to morrow evening to separate meetings of these two if these terma are agreeable to both they will be ratified at a joint meeting to be held The new boss carpenters association agrees to put men at work at these BAILKOAD MATTERS BoMt Iilnd KIwBkra to So to Omahm April contract was signed last night by which the Rock Island and Milwaukee will run solid trains into Omaha within thirty The contract was signed by Presidents of the Rock Island of the and General Manager Hoi of the Union It also pro vides for trackage and other privileges in connection with the Union depot now in process of construction and the joint use by the Rock Island of the Union Pacific track to Gilmore The Rock Island proposes to build from Gil more to from which point it will use the Union Pacific track to thus connecting the Rock Island main line with the Denver system The GilmoreLincoln extension will be used jointly by the two The deal now only awaits the signatures of the directors of the roads THE HiZilDOHS IEAUHFUL Wakeman Describes the Ever Yaryiag Panorama Seen From the Crator and Its Present Correspondence of Tax March There never came to me a sweeter or more perfect sleep than that one upon the rough benches of the halfruined Casa degli on the desolate plat eau just beneath the great cone of friend and said he would awaken me betimes and he It was a singular feeling to realize where the night had been as Balbino assured me no one had ever been known to pass sh entire night at the weird and WAS ir An Old Well ThoBund ml Special to THB April some workmen were excavating in the vicinity of Marys convent they unearthed an old well under the flooring of an out The well is thought to be fully one thousand feet and it is built with architectural exactness that would do credit to oriental The water therein seemed to be and No one resident of tUe old Mormon town can say who built the and it must be regarded as one of the mysteries of the famous Mormon ly IB DBS Moines was IB the lut of the was IB the city on the of is hen visiting friends and and Hodson were visiting lut We notice The Racket store making some improvements which will increue the shading Printz is erecting ta office just west of his Presiding Elder Powers preached a very interesting sermon at church Sunday Votaw and son Willie have returned from Oppoell TO At Thursday Dubuque preibytery de KriiioB of the conf enion a vote of 33 to Elan tat Europe aext he Iowa April This was the last day on which immigrants were to be landed at Castle The immi gration commissioners held their valedic tory meeting this afternoon and heard read the termination contract between them and the treasury The portion of the which states that the secretary of the treasury make provision for sick and insane emi grants in the care of the commissioners still holds The barge office will be ready to receive immigrants to Irish April The executive committee of the Irish National Land League not having heard from Parnell in regard to the advisability of holding a national convention concluded to close up its business and which they did at noon Parcell Trill be writ ten to and the convention scheme strong ly urged upon If he consents to it the convention will be held in Philadel phia ioma time aext Vmlnmblei Hones April Twenty one imported breeding valued at and belonging to Clarks stock farm at were burned to death They were insured for lor April ExConductor who hsd charge of the train that was wrecked last month at was today indicted by the grand jury for manslaughter in the sec ond Bail was fixed at Hand ROCK April As the Diamond Jo line steamer was nearing her dock at this place this about two one of her deck hands fell into the It was dark and be fore the boat could be brought to or any thing else done to save the man he was and nothing could be found of The boat did not stop to hunt for the to remember if the deathdealing volcano had once hiccoughed ia those our Italian and American anato mies would have blended with the fused elements and floated down to the cities and the in after to be worked over and sold as lava relics to coming generations of There was a bright glow within the and a still more welcome aromaof cooking for ones appetite is rav enous in these crisp upper Bsl bino had brewed a pot of black roaated eggs in the ashes and with our canteens of wine and our fowl and composite of the flour of corn and spread repast upon two huge blocks of It was two oclock in the morning when we had finished adjusted our heavy woolen blank ets like Knotted and after bank ing the little fire for use on our stepped out into the cold and stinging The guides take the straneiro from the Casa to the summit in an hour said remotest territories of Ia that way this familiar truism to me for the first at the edge of The atmosphere wu per fectly rare and The stars were apparently all visible but a film seemed to gradually overcome their for mer quality of pulsing them to remove their peculiar dew drop like form and and finally to almost erace them from the fir Bilbinoi practiced eye com prehended all this in a material and he said we had now but a little time to But that little time seemed very Fortunately no wind wu but it wu bitterly cold and the cold seemed to come in waves each more intense than the preceding Inter mittant with these were apparent pulsa tions of warm air bearing an odor u of aaf These were the exhalations of Though we were now within a few feet of feet above the I did not experience that difficulty in breathing which many travelers lay great stress although an actual of weakness and weariness was continually contended most marked blended physical A Msrabal Bfcot April a fight in Mountain eight miles from between Mexican who had stolen twentyseven and a posse of United States Marshal Fszzel man was shot The outlaws A Fetal Saloon April day Sweet and Stewart had a row in the formers Stewart got the worst of the and as he wu leaving the place an elevenyearold boy of Sweef s seized a revolver from the bar and shot killling him The boy was April death is announced of the son of John Card who wu United States consul gen eral at during Clevelands from heart He was for many years editor and one of the proprietors of the Austin I inn WMBSSU April farm i living oa the eastern half of this county report that a sort of win worm is doiag great damage to wheat is further west or iaaay It resembles closely the win worm common ia In Aprfl dispatch from oaatroDiag twfaMfactorJuiB team Bear Bid by the name of Teu aad Hewu citizen of that It is very important in thia age of vast material progress that s remedy be pleat ant to the taste and easily ac ceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature sad Possessing these Syrup of Figs ia the one per BOOB wsmt iBtothe of Haw haviag OB board not abort the heart fect laxative and most gentle diuretic Ntrw April from various points of Mississippi and Louisiana report the river situation practically unchanged From points come repoats that the river is falling quite rapidly and the out look is much more Free samples of Miles Bestorative Kerrae at Wines drug Cares tBonrilsse But with a reproach ful ese maledetto Tney do that to campletely exhaust them and add greater value to their pretentious ser We will a suo bell leis like in The ninfei waterlilies are peeping from the sky By the the poetical Bal bino meant the It was very But the stars were more They each like a topaz bead pendent from a canopy of So near they the im pulse almost came to lift ones staff in effort to touch Against the side arc of such a sky the black peak set like a wall of onyx to be crashed against at a steps Balbino marched with the step of a veteran across the plateau of per haps threefourths of a mile to the base of the Our eyes soon became ac customed to the and by my guide taking in his disengaged hand one end of my staff I was able to follow very I asked him why he had not provided torches and he told me they were only a hindrance to the pract ical as the light blinded save where and destroyed the effect of the Oiere is the proof he shortly There are guides and torcner lost in the The party is trying to reach Etna for the They will not come so far as the Turning I saw far down the mountain a half dozen flashes like bright now swaying and now lost be tiind the mazes of iheetnut and and again leaping into They ad ded a wierd feeling of as we pushed not without many a stumble and an occasional Before leaving the Caea we had wound thongs of kid skin about our trousers at the My companion wore shoes but I had a pair honestlymade American with legs reaching nearly to the and the soles well filled with stout hob an invaluable aid in climbing Pico in the a few months Balbino had eyed these while binding a pair of leather leggings around the tops of his Before we could tiava crossed the plateau the and loose scoria would have cut to the flesh through ones stockings without Half way across the rock strewn plain we came upon traces of and snow and disinte grated lava in strange after the wind had fiercely tossed it it bad been banked in mcst fantastic We had trouble in some of They were aa slippery as We could climb upon our hands and knees over some sharp hump of lava and fail of solid footing on the other frequently sliding and crunching out of our way down startling only to land waistdeep in some ol the shelly or to be brought up with thud and thump against some solid lava wall be But in this and without serious ducpmforture or we crossed the billowy and reached the base of the final To my eyes it seemed a vast interminable in absolutely And here the real struggle I never had a more thorough admiration for physical agility than the thin little Sicilian now It seemed that the wiry fellow had wings for unseen Uncoiling a slender woven of hair and much resembling a and leaving me in possession of one end he would appear to leap from point to point in the darkness un til the line was when with endless repetition of soothing and reassuring he would half draw me to his own station of Now and then we would find a few yards of al most level the course would wind about and between jagged curling fringes of set there like convolutions of wavecrests whirled up on end and instantly But everywhere were griti needlepointed spears of powdered and worse than the danger of dislodging the rocking musses above On several occasions we had barely and pushed our weight from treacherous scales of mine led snow and when they cracked away and went crumbling frequently dis lodging other crusts aad when a combined crash and thundering into the darkness would Perhaps an hour and a half wu con sumed in this manner of on being pulled up a particularly pre cipitous and ugly slope I stood on my feet beside even before he had seatentiously attend the one word Trionfo I saw the stars beyond a The and mental experience in these extreme alti tudes I an almost uncontrol impulse to step off and down to the greatest depth coupled with a dim sort of fancy that one is ready winged for such descent and even steady headed Balbino or pretended to any number of authentic remin sconces where unfortunate una ble to control similar fatal impulses had been dashed to pieces upon the lava rocks But even while he was relating the density of the darkness had given Through the murky gray the hor izon line of the Ionian aaa and the sky could be faintly We left our lit tle shelter and found solid footing in the crust of the craters edge where we could cling tightly to the flinty angles and ridgea which some former scion of the bailing lava had provided Hardly was this done before the stars were swept from and the entire sky had changed to a dark opaline as the first faint shimmerings of red quivered above the as if to sweep the last vestige of night from the earths came such a blast of pierc ing wind aa hurled showers of lavagrit whistling before tore great crusts of ice and lava from their and caused us to cling to each other and the serrated coneedge for our very It passed as quickly as it roaring across the Bosco towards When we looked the eastern sky was a flame the Ionian dimpled and rippled by the softer breezes of lesser al a mass of tremulous purple and the crests of the Calabrian mountains of lower Italy seemed emitting a sinuous stream of liquid almost yelled Bal as he lifted me bodily from my feet and whiilad me squarely about so that I faced the This is the momenta eminentiBsimo And so it was the supreme As I was whirled the last glimpse was of the first glories of the grandest sunrise human eyes can The next instant my eyes rested upon equally as grand a a curious and almost sublime effect in light and shade prob ably one nowhere else visible upon the owing to the nonexistence else where of like combined conditions of al contour and almost limitless ex panse of panoramic To make thia clear to the it must bs remembered that standing near the center of the eastern sho e of the island of rises from a base folly 60 miles in gradually and al most unbrokenly to the tremendous al titude in its crater of practically The first rays of the rising sun strike horizontally athwart but all is darkness Half way across Sicily is thrown a shadow worth ayeara travel to Tender mists of gray and pearl and blue in countless valleys blend with this mighty sable transform ing it to a purple as exquisite as the un touched film of the To ita almost measureless its edges are aa clearly defined as those of a velvet fabric stretched upon a bed of and no art ists brush will ever reveal such liquid streams of rose fading to flushing leaping and flashing along its startle and amaze as though one had been granted a vision of light for an in stant poises sing the essence of life itself From this brief and entrancing spect one involuntsjiiy turns to the con templation of the majestic cyclorama spread out to Where else can such a mighty reach of vision be found There is nothing to intercept the Three the Ionian and Afri blend the save on the more than 100 miles stand the heights behind and to the rise the Apulian mountains in the narrow strip forming southern With your glass you can see actoss the leles of Lapari to the eternal fires of the ancients entrance to purgatory over 125 miles to the are discerned the out lines of where Calypso enslaved Paul was and the British behind the most tre mendous rsmparts of our dominates the and holds the golden key to all the the glis tening roof of more than 100 cities and villages shimmer in the morning sun among the greatest of which are Aci Re Patera and classic Ca tania and Nearer the vast rim of olive groves and Above the lesser but still stupendous circle of where stand the massive chestnut and ilex hor From ones clearly traced to the farthest base lead great farrows of purply where the livid rivers interpersed with lesser specks from where we awful gulfs miles in hundreds of feet in and so indescribably cursed and life less that Silence crouches shudder ingly in their formless and hideous the faintest hint of what one No one can come with the power to reveal even this beggarly pro portion of what U felt But here is and its r rfav It is dreds of jagged stand upon its smoother lower reaching sprawlingly in every direction great lava describ ing the most curiona angles and WRIT He is Carried n the Simttkn of Hto Fatal Cettsaiea AStmwlisji at iMmhmn Oeswral April received at Toulon with unbounded ea While walking through the streets a gnat crowd gathered aad a number of his most anthusisctic admir ers lifted him to their shoulders and car ried him triumph to the STAHLBT ABBTV1S Ut April Henry Stanley and Sir William chairman of the Bmin relief have arrived in thia city from COIXISIOX AT April The steamer North Coe ran down and sank a cutter off and five of those on board wen A aBNSATIOIf AT April 18 sensa ion hu been caused here by the an nouncement of the person who attempted to obtain plans of the Russiaa fortress that he acted under orders from Baron an attache of the German em bassy The latter it is suddenly FOREIGN LABOR April IS strike hu ex tended to all the industrial centers in Sast Sixty persons who were amatad at Wittkowitz yesterday attacked aad wounded two sentries during the night and twenty Coal is becoming scarce and there are fears of a The stricken in Ostran are attacking the factories in the vicinity and damag ing the buildings and compelling those at work to desist under threats of vio a collision oc cured today between the strikers and Eight of the stnkera wen ONE HDSDBBD ABB THIBTT HOU8IS April A conflagration at Meu Sandec destroyed one hundred and thirty The fin originated in the Jewish and is believed to be an WEJDTHOBSTS April During the discus sion of the public worship estimates in the diet the leader of the uked for the creation of a Catholic section in the eccleaiutical affairs department and made other de mands for coBcessione to the Minister Von Gassier said the govern ment could not A BXIOfl OF BBBBOB IN CUBA April A nigB of terror prevails in Santiago de owing to the daring raids of two of bandits whohayejieen ravaging the nn the The outlaws recently engaged in a flict with the guards and three of latter wen The troops are now pursuing the FLOODS m HEW SOUTH April rains an prevailing and the Darling river hu overflowed its The town of Bourke is residents being compelled to remove to high lands for Homy April ex prefect of the State Institution for the Instruction of the who has been on trial hen for two days charged with immoral practices with blind boys ia the wu today found Sentence wu m La Special to 1mm April The Get tings seminary at this place is to be re built at a coat of seven thousand The building wu destroyed by incend iary flre about a year April premature blut at Speeds cement this y t miles north of lled three The men wen married and left large families in straightened wm Special to TBB April Vinters of this place have purchased pounds of vitriol for use in spraying their grape vines this to keep off grape The it is will be jau April Elsey colored wu hanged hen this afternoon for the murder of Mea a railroad and several other WIT A1TD A framer may be compelled to sell his corn for thirteen cent a but I tall against the Kearney yen it goes run slender seams with lips of green aad where sulphuric breath hu left its stain and ate Havo FI April coal palace onranization was completed today with Work wfll ba Bevan of jagged of aad wu conscious ihat we wen at last at the very enters After groping about with the greatest caution for a Balbino found aa angle in the lava offered fairly good We crept into huddled closely and watching the torches which still 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