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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - May 8, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                THE BLI THURSDAY PRICE 15 CEHTS PER A CABPiET RISIS i Rohrbough near A fine mare hitched to a buggy was quickly aban doned at Bently by a horse thief yester Deputy Sheriff Helms has the property in his awaiting the He is coufidentof both BURIED UNDER THE The Italian Senate Passes the Char ities Bill 106 to Terrible Fate of Two Des ESTABLISHED OVER OEBUMED The Horror of the Lonque Pointe Holocaust Grows in 1 inane PatlenU Wandering About the Country The Criminal Nreigcncf of tlie of tlm Insti claiming that thc company did not livenp to its contract with They base the suit on thc grounds that the creamery people fruaranued that their wagos would reach a certain amount per and when the time for settlement came refused to to stand by the guaran RELIGIOUS TARffiF ARCUJEST MeKinley Opens the Debate on May laundry of tlio insane asylum in which one hundred patients wore housed during the took lire this but the Inmates were removed and all arc now As the full ikiails ofthe Voiute asylum lire Ijecamn ihe horror i and thfc sister is I MrthiHlIitt General Conference In Seiision at May quadrennial fremral conference of tho Methodist Episcopal church south began here to day with forty conference Tliis is the first meeting of the general conference in this city since The senior presided over the preliminary proceed A pastorial letter by all bishop derided who asrlH that the number of i was presented by Iishop of dead does noi exceed It known It wavery and y liy the last report in the Jueljjc the affairs of the church at home inent that there wir inand The conditions of all mis reported are satisfactory except in China where mun other departnim Mead of and this iniich thil will ever li the number of Irom collat icer al men are All of the church informal iuii it be that there arc j ourhundred and Ifonoutrhj material cjm lie fmtid an inquest will be The liremen have left the pronud and the ii dyins it f the niiu An Associated i was on the spot all his lluiiderinfr ainons the iniiJ and A discharged pa tient today adiniied thai to nil inquiries show iirains RAILEOAD sen by Iriiii piilicm answer was lious IM physical eolK tally there IKIW Were lid not fUll tin ereaiiiinr IlilCl del specta lLr it vnil member of thi up iittir uiih progress of Ihe ne slenoiypd any retri Your friend eileiii nin i i of ihe wards firemen ms Annual Meellnc of the Now Thl and May the annual meeting of the Sow Chicago and Louis railway here today a number of directors wore electing for one The net of the road for 1VJ an increase of liflh ItaeeMile anil s IMY Trislaii ei 1 third 1 SiMh Jlireefini IHeji if WOI I nile Ihird 1 lla Lady UawKin STRANGLED TO ln Annual Miftiiig of the May annual meeting of the Lake Shore and Suulliirn railway was held this The annual report shows net earnings of i decrease of THE The May ainiJe JilmUock Salsyrian My Fellow third Seeojld Dickens Clandine se Third Major Daly Sam M aies third loiirth enthof amile Ely third rihs ef a mile ure Irodiira Mav lla Loveland Labrador I The Kilt third Fiviciirliths of a mile luiUi Mile seveny yards He is Followed by of In Opposition to tlie Mirer Bill In the Senate May chairman of the ways and means com walked into the a few min utes before noon today and besau to ar a great pile of legal looking books tin his He carelessly claneed up toward the and a look ofsur prise came over his as he saw the slim crowd for of such rreat event as tho tariff debate usually brings out a large quota of those who have leisure enough and disposition to take an interest iu the allimportant of tariff When the debate on the Mills bill began there was a great crush for Over the democratic side Mills of sat quietly talkius to Eoswell Viewer of Xew McMillan of who is on the program to speak sat a few seats away from After preliminary business had been disposed of Mc Kiuley moved that the house go into committee of the whole for the consider ation of the tariff In making this motion he said that he would endeavor to close general debate Saturday eveu Mills thought the lixcd was too Two years ago Ihe demo crats conceded twentythree days for tie and he remonstrated against tlie short time now McKinleys motion was agreed and the hoiiMwent into committee of the of in tin Oil motion of the com mittee sranted to MeKinley the privilerreof speaking without and on motion of MeKinley a like cour tesy was granted to MeKinley began his speech nearly every member vas in his but there was 11 slim attendance in the MeKinley aid it seemed to him that no extended of principle for if any one thinn WBMttled by tinpolitical contest of it was thin the protective as maintained by the republican through a Imiir Mries of be setlire in any legislation to ho had by lie interpreted the majority in this house to mean the incumbency of tinproidviicy executive to mean thiii i revision of the tariff is demanded by the and that IV viitiu should be alnuz tin1 line and in full recognition of the principle and purpoos of Applausi umer Under tb system of revenue tariff we bought abroad than we and paid the goldan nn healthy state of organized opposition to the bill came irom thecon signees here and consigners and mer chants The of other countries condemned the Why Because it works igainst This bill was an American made for American Notwithstanding all the we are now exporting more products than it time in our our exports increased 35 per cent more ihan the exports froni free trade Great Ureat Britain between 1S70 and 13 per cent of her Lnited States sained per with the same aid to shipping Britain gave the ships of the United Mates would plow every under ih American in competition wuh the ships of the We bid enjoyed Twenty three rears of continuous the Senator presiding senator from Nevada Stewart asks unani mous consent that further consideration of the bill be postponed until Tuesday j is there any objection The consideration of the bill was then proceeded Sherman moved to insert a section providing for the repealing of all laws that require money deposited in the treasury under section S222 of the revised to be held as a special fund for the redemption of national bank and covering such money into the trea sury also covering into the treasury the sums deposited under section four of the act of June fixing the amount of United States beingsection sis of the Conger Plumb moved an aniendment by inserting the provision that hereafter no Boys While Out ei period since the foundation of I funds available for the payment of the found iu public debt inclndin such as are kept srreator nrosoerity tl11 at any other for the redemption of treasury notes be greater prosperity time In fourteen years of revenue the country was in state of neither money uor Whc W both The accumulations of the working classes had Thfir deposits in savings banks excucded of the working classos of anv other These de told their own The public debt of the United States per capita was than that of an nation of the world Wo had all nations in agricul ture and Could any nation fur nish such evidences f prosperity found w Iiilk bout the re The greatest men wcri struints we put on UI1J zood to the arcatest Ihe Icrgest opportunity for human were maximums upon which our protective system the conclusion of s speech he was warmly conaratalaUd liersoiially bv almost every republican member pres while thecry of was heard all over the western side of the Hrdeclared this I was the lirst bill that had come before vllc the American people with its mask torn Like a hiuhwannen demanding their To chock importation was to check AViicn we refused to take the products of other rotainod in the treasury in excess of approved Plumbs amend Allison suggested in thc absence of Jones tho bill be allowed to go over till Tuesday Vest said if he was tho only sen ator to Tie would not stand in but several other senators said they also Finally the difficulty was got over for tho day by sug gestion on the part of Sherman that the senate proceed to executive Xo voto was taken on cither of tho pend ing amendments and Vest and Teller gave notice of thoy would offer for the whole Coiiforeiico reports wore presented and agreed to on the bills for public build ings at Cedar Iowa Iowa and After au executive session the senate Crawling Into a Cave For Protection They Are Buried and Smothered to Death Doctors In General State Special to The DES ilay terrible catas trophe befell two IVs Moines boys Mon day Jonas aged and Clarence aged East Side went fishing Monday intending to camp Their dead bodies were found this morning un der several feet of sand at Deep Rock spring below the It is supposed they took refuge in a cave and the wxf fell in on CHABGES AGAINST CLARKSON WILL The Eclectic Institution Snul to be Conducted fSpecial to the DES May were filed wish the state board of medical ex aminers this afternoon by Thomas Hra zell against the Eclectic Medical charging iu twelve counts that it is con ducted in violation of One charge isthat students are admitted without diplomas of either colleges or high or without a sufficient number of lectures or sufficient surgical demon mathematical knowledge and that the college is being operated with out a sufficient and competent corps of further charges that at least 45 per cent of the last gradu ated were IOWA DENTISTS iirst Assistant Postmaster Genenil Sets the Date July May Assistant Postmaster General Clarksou and wife passed through the city this morning en j route to DCS in obedience that refusal was an interdiction against our and as we remand the car riers to a free we increased our boiled and carried postal service July 1 His sue ii t n mile 11 ilia Kulil rtnli Melalne ihiril AMONG THE cut Disappear u ui May 1011 a real estate audit i has and it is cliargedihat embezzled funds cn m him hy parties lo in meant more work and out to its it meant all work and no Mills criticised the provi sions bill relating to tin plate and sugar and then said At length these gentlemen were brought to their knees at the to a telegram announcing Ihe serious ill ness of Clarksous While at the station Clarkson talked He said that he Iliad definitely decided to leave confessional ami eessor hasnot yet been Clarkson has made no arrangements for the future further than that he will not resume the editorial chair of the Moines A Couveiifioit lit Largely At May Iowa State Dental Association opened its twenty eighth annual session here About seventylive delegates were pres President Shrivcr of Mayor and Iiigersoll of Keokiik delivered ad The programme includes nine teen essays ami seventeen Appli cants for membership must pass an exam ination of per The board of ex aminers consists of tine Tiptou Manchester Lc and Des were bound to then was THE PffiE Tlie amount is n and IVIcr rlnsMiis May of 1cter of tiie Sixth Na nal for imbezzliiig the scciiri s ilint began The I defended by Uenja inin Tracy and cxtnited States As sistant Attorney Th jury licini IKlll i t ilnHiu i he a liii lillle in ii iite iiy the moihi eiiild by the S unti i vis am lillle iie hail uianaie a ini a Maricil b lame bark h wa fitn iu a u A Dolnulter Jor May It was mday that ami old known fluilm U a de Iaiiller 10 tin amoiiui Tho by tliiion fnrmed a of ihe Meiiiiiies ainouniiti in all to h were with uin by the rniish America Assurance in accordance with the law fnroign lies doing business in this siate In a erriaiii proportion of their re i fur tinprotection of tlnir HEREY li WOll oilier Tlie ill the leu it time ilie el i Mar ou i The bacU her and the same in I lie back yard ill the ad wiih an IMiysi 1ini She was eiui lu uivo no veaou for the 40 have Miuilenly was s tlillaugh May marriaco daughter of Giii In Governor of illy at the parsiiiaiie f MatihewV church of 11 oYlovk The wedding was pri only lieucral llosocran and a few inlimate friends of the bride being pros The stiveriiir and his will ieaxeiln ciiy this afternoon for a two weeks Mijoitrn at the seashore ami then to hniue in le had and they to register their will and embody iheir verdict into public The bill presented by the waysaiidiuoaus committee was a thorough answer m iliat It was in full communication with tlie principle aud policy of Thepro tective Tin bill had not abolished ihe internal revenue tax as the republi can party had pledged itself to do iu the event that tho abolition was necessary to preserve the protective because the committee had found the abolition of tho one was necessary to the preservation of the The bill recommended abolition of al special taxes and the ro duciiou of the tax on tobacco and snuff and ii removed tinresirierinn on the of With those ex the internal revenue bill stood as at If these ivcoimneiiilationp are agreed to the in ternal taxation will bo reduced a little over ten million Thc committee also recommended a provision reriuirrag all importvd articles to bear i stamp or mark indicating tho country in which such articles were The reason that actuated the committee was thai il had become too common among Mniio of the countries of the world to copy Mime of our best known brands and soil them in competition with utir own home made Tho next provision recommended was one extending and liberalizing IIM drawback section of the 1iidor ihe existing tatute any citizen of tlie United Siaies could import an pay the ihiiy upon make il into a complete export it and the gyvornmoni refumlod ninety per eiiiiof the duty paid im tho raw The conimittco recom mended hereafter the government should iviain unly uno jier cent of ihe aiuuiit instead of ten This would give to the people ai the 1iiited States practically free raw material for ihe ex port The committee said to the capitalists of the country If you think you cau so into foreign markets with free raw material wo yon within ono per of free raw Yon try and oo what you can This provision completely disposed ofwhat had sometimes seemed an unanswerable argument urged by thogesulemeu on the other sido that if manufacttirorsonly had free raw material they could compete in in tho markets of tho Springer inquired whether this provision applied to widespread depression throughout the azricultnral What did bill do to aid U put sugar on the free Two years ago the demo crats stood henand declared the coun try was on the edge ef i dark The Loss of the Singer Factory at May entire west front of the Singer machine factory here was gutted by the SPIPEMIC IN A K Ilie Tvplmiil at Mas Anoibev at rollogo In ilieivruit of ihotyphiiiil lias becll Vigillg lluVe ill the iiihalaiiiii of sewer Vs lho Utuiunoi the Uiillu1 death that lias since tiie nut brial of the stu denl uiv cviiiraliy ileatli Mnndav cpmemi i Thpotlorr j May wedding of jMissRnse Iay nml Theodore ihc famous ercUestra took place tliis evcniniiat eight oclock ill the chapel the Kpiscppal church of t lie Ascen which was beautifully decorated with liowers and crowded with repre of Chiiacos prominent fami lies ami guesis from abroad in honor of the Miss Kosc lay was a daugh ter of the late Charles of Cnm Vounn i and Thomas will make their homo in Now EVERYBODY SAID DONT Illowu and rpitliets in the May tiv Clayton inquiry Monday Carroll Armstrong MeClmc a most infamous McClinf up and struck a heavy blow in the Everybody shouted Don t Towell Clayton and Uulge Clay ion sat behind with their hands in iluir The com batants were witliout piling up a heap of ANSWERED DEATHS VTHAT SPALDING Edward orKedW SAX May Ed ward of superior of Sail Matco died at his residence in Bed City yesterday of pneu moniaJudfo Head had held the office of superior judge since aSd al though really was recognized as one of the ablest jurors of the A Sudden May Joseph Cnm president of the Northwestern university at died suddenly at his home in that Fatty degen heart is assigned as Hie in 15asISall Iyins Jlany May comment is created in baseball circles by a rather remarkable interview with President of the Chicaco National League printed in a local lie speaks of the apparent lack of interest the peo ple are showing in tin games as evinced by the tremendous falling off in attend ance at the games since the oiHning of ihi In a talk of some length he says the people have in a large measure lost interest in cities where the brother hood has played twrase they cant take interest iu two national home at The he have lost that patriotic fwling which them to applaud when their tcaiu scores a The Spaldinc according to its own pre dictions should have ranch largercrowds than it is lie does not deny that the attendance at the league parks has greatly fallen but says if there were not that element in the fight which kills the real interest iu the the McKinloy repliil it applied to H was assorted by the minority that ihe bill would not reduce the revenues of the but on the it would increase the rev This statement was It could only be valuable ou tho assump tion that the importations of the present year under this bill would be equal to tho importation of like articles under the exist ins The instant duties were incieaseil to a fair protective that instant importation would bo and the revenues would bo correspond ingly Xo one could dispute t las II the bill should be come a the revenues of the govern ment would bo diminished from 000 to After discussing thc bill more in detail MeKinley said under thc duties fixed by tho an annual import to tho amount of of agricultural products would bo supplied by tho people of the United States by the American rather than by the Cikadian and that uistributed among the farmers would relievo some of the depression prevailing at present and givo thorn confidence and and increased ability to realize the mort gages upon their During twelve vears of reciprocity with thc tutted bought more than it had What Canada the other countries a free and open market in thc United What the United States if it ever had reciprocity with McKinloy explained and defenncd the wool schedule and tho paragraph in the metal schedule concerning tin and The republicans said the farm mortgages were only further evidenceof prosperity and the committee treat sugar as it treated woolen goods and cotton goods and iron goods Why did it not put protective duty in sugar and compel Us production in this country and carry out the protective policy The commit tee had found out that wheat and corn production was in dauaer and increased the The Cnitoil States reported bushels of a year and year imported Of biisheli were exported and This immense im portation be The com mittee proposed to deliver the rye farmer from all How much rye did thu United State import Sixteen bushels last The majority of the commit tee cried out let the iiurticulHs fall iu order to save the cabbage They have placed a duty on and that was to be the panacea for all farmer could stand in his cabbage patch and defy the This was a cabbage head The republicans must do something more than this in order to fool the This bill would almost stop the exportation of agricultural product and then the republicans would hoar a storm worse than a Ne braska Agriculture was chained like a galley When her bonds were rended and her exported to the foreign the of pro ducts would be increased at home and and the increased price would extend employment to product ion iu all the departments of of The indas tries of tho country developed until they produced fifteen per cent than could be be consumed in iliis The surplus was consiamly increasing and the question was what congress was going to do about The democratic way was to let down the barriers and let the surplus go out to the people who wanted aud take from other people what they did not and we The people want foreign market and they going to have Discussing the sugar bounty he said people who corn and wheat and rye would step up ter and say we will take some sugar in The democrats were opposed to lie wanted to see tlm Hag of union in every lip wanted to see American vessels iu every but he wanted to those vessels go into foreign ports as representing free American demo crats would not impede the of the but when republirans ap peared before tho great American people after passing their may the Lord have mercy ou thpir Ap The committee then rosc tijC the house took a recess until eight oclock this when Michi spoke in favor of the sugar of favored tho bill and took occasion to speak for the free coinage of of and of New opposed the nill and the house this and had lire last The ilames worked their way to themain cleaning the stock in the adjust inspecting and milling The pattern department was also destroyed with finished machines and The loss is estimated at fully It will at least two monthsjiofore work can be re IOWA A Stabbing Special to The HawkEyeJ May reached here yesterday morninir that a stabbing affray occurred near Martins about twenty miles east of this city in this ou Sunday in which Frank aged about sixteen brother of Postmaster Archer of was killed by a son of Charles bothresiding in that particulars cau be Miles Nerve and Liver An important They act the stomach and bowels through tho A now They speed ily euro bad torpid piles and Splendid for women and 30 doses for 5 Samples free at Wittes drug QUEENSLANDS WONDERFUL It Thrmts n Fountain of Water a Hundrvd Feet in the The artesian well at on the AVarrega is the newest and most remarkable instance of thc natural resources of marvelous Au Tho well is situated quite near the railway but in one of the most unlikely places that could have been Who on earth would have oxiwetod that this artesian which is the best in the or at all events yields the largest amount of was sunk on tho top of a sandy hum mock Yet so it The site was chosen bv the hydraulic Hender for reasons only known to but which have been amply Crossing the swampy flat leading to this attention is drawn to a wide channel cut through the drift and it is explained that thc overflow of water hail done this ere the apparatus for controlling it hail been The boro itself looked a harmless enough kind of It might have been taken for a rather high standpipe placed in an idi otic position in the bottom of a hole sixty or seventy yards thirty broad and ton feet Bat a moments observa tion showeJ that the harmless looking TUat tne Premiers Authority III Been Dteeovenit In in Thc tHtf ISourtl of ilratMi inul Kxuiwtmrs in Special to The May The state board of health and board of medical ex aminers met at the capitol this morning at 10 The report of tho secre tary showed that the last November there have been 7 certificates as follows On on length of time ui 4 to These maybe classed as follows 7O liumeo tt X Change of monthly ir hot are cured by Miles Free samples Wittes drug iinil dcvrlunil to visit May is slated here that lirst assistant postmaster general under who is on a visit in this has said that ex 1resident Cleveland and his wife arc to be liis guests at his home in lilooming early in Juno and that they will remain during most of the Murinii The celebrated so highly esteemed by the womon of says on ptges 103 and of her popular Eves Daughters Common Sense for Wife and the aching it ho slow in recovering its normal an Allcocks Porous Plaster is an excel lent combining the sensation of the sustained pressure of a strong warm hand with certain tonic qualities developed in the It should hi kept over the scat of uneasiness for sev eral obstinate for perhaps a For pain in the back wear an All cocks Porous Plaster renew ing as it wears This is an invaluable support when the weight on the small of the back becomes heavy and the aching lieware of imitations and do not be de ceived by Ask for Allcocks and let no solicitation or ex planation induce you tn accept a substi Allcocks Corn and Ifiinion Shields effect quick and certain ItlutV Iark Special ID Tlie May At tho annual meeting of the directors of HiulY Park Association hold in this city yesterday a program which hail been proposed by the commit toe was adopted and other matters A specialty of recreative contests will be made this The season opens and closes August A New Iowa and ISpeciiil to The May A dozen or more of our influential business men went to Kirksvillc Monday to attend a railroad meeting at that place The road proposed will run from to there connecting with Hannibal Short Line to The route will be known as the Louis and Northwestern Railroad usc Special to the DKS May rail mad commissioners have rendered a decision in the famous Lc Mars The citi zens of that place charge that the Illinois Central railroad had for years blocked the streets with sheds aud other build A petition was received Jan signed by throe hundred asking lor The commissioners took the that the complaint as filed is not one properly comes under their and the case was A LAKK May A most peculiar case of incendiary work has qcen per petrated Thompson two young business have on two different occasions had iheir business house and in conse quence sold their stock of goods and will discontinue business for the Annual Meet of Illinois May has been received that Wheelmen of 111 nois will hold their annual meet in this city July 4 Irizes aggregating from to SVJOO will be About five hundred wheelmen are ex including many of tho most cele brated GOLDEJTS CHTJKCH They Can Story oeltpurU Many Mit About Special to The May Many of citizens were Sunday noon to hear the distant ringing of church The day was beautiful and the at mosphere The nKllow THE Consideration of the Silver Bill Taken May number of bills were reported from the committees and placed on the includins the house regular appropriation bills for the army and for the military acadeniv Gray moved to proceed to the con sideration of the bill to transfer the rev enue marine service to the navj ment agreed depart then considered tho free Referring to the growth of the carpet industry in the United he said the orice of carpets had gone down while the ad val Cockran spoke against the bill and was still speaking at two oclock when the presiding officer announced that un der last Fridays agreement thc bill would be laid aside and the senate pro ceeded to the consideration of the silver The bill having been read in extent Stewart asked unanimous thit it be postponed until and then be unfinished ucilduu Vest He a bottle of An the world renowned Appetizer of exquisite Beware of A Youthful May thp 13year old son of Frank of hanged himself Iunislvment inflicted the day before was the cause of the The The effect and the perfect safety with which ladies may use tho li quid fruit Syrup of under all conditions make it their favorite rem edv It is pleasing to the eye and to the yet effectual in acting on the liver and HAWKBYE HOG CHOLERA cholera raging in the northern part of Webster county with fatal XF JirniKD ix A of Cedar Muscatine narrowly escaped being buried alive in a well a few days By the efforts he succeeded in forcing sounds came from the and it was conjectured that they were produced by the Lutheran church bells at a little town in the corner of Adams coun fully twentyeight miles from Car tut orem equivalent had gone The fa silver bill themost important one on the attendance on either side could cot bo I voritassauitof democratic free trader I calendar an that u had been unreason I r 1 1nTaVAsf his wav up through the which had iburiedhim at depth of twentyfive until his friends could rescue OFFICERS ELECTED AT A pastern Iowa Lutheran synod is m ses The Elir of Iowa was chosen presi dent the of and EcicberL It was noon when the sounds could be heard the and the next day a note of inoiiiry wassent to a citizen of Golden as to whether the Golden church bellswere ringing at that An affirmative answer was received to the effect that at noon on Sundays tho bolls chime in unison while the congre gations repeat the Lords These four in hung in the German Lutheran church belfrys at Each church lias two but one of the churches has one bell that is larger than the other and is said to be tho largest church bell in Two men are required to ring It is said that Golden at one time contained but one German Lutheran but it had a large The pastor was a progressive and some of hisideas did not exactly suit the older So they formed another con another church and em ployed au older pastor whose ideas were more to their The new congre gation purchased a huge Xot to be outdone the young clergymans congre gation purchased a much larger Then the new congregation purchased a second larger than the At this the young clergyman waxed They sent tn the country for the standpipe had made hie As a mat ter of thc water when it was tapped rushed up in such a volume that it washed away the sand around the bore in a few minutes and cleaned out the foundations of the derrick and threatened to wreck the whole If they had not got a plus iu il pretty soon it would have wasiied Charleville into the On top of the pipe there has been fixed a right angle so thut the water can be turned in any When the visitors arrived at the bore it was seen that the water was trickling in a tiny stream from this bend into the thirsty sand but in few minutes the scene was of the Queensland Boring which sunk the opened the and with every turn of thc wheel the thin stream thickened and deflected from its former perpendicular Gradually the volume of water increased and begun to roar through the pipe al most like steam blowing from a safety Every moment the sight became more and when the valve was fully opened it was a spectacle to wonder Rushing from the bore by its own ejecting itself for a dis tance of thirty feet in a horizontal di came a column otf water white as milk in In a second or two it churned up thesand before it into coffee colored This was the lirst singular thing no for the falling white driv ing before as it the brown produced a whimsical like the pouring of milk and coilee into the same cup at the sumo But this did not last In a few moments a littlo pond was which filled up until the level of the surrounding ground was and then was seen at tirst a rivulet and then a stream rushing down the When it is said that this welHills a 4GU gallon tank in thir teen seconds it can readily be understood that all this did not tubo The valve was next closed and tlie right an gle bend On the second open ing of the valve there was witnessed a spectacle it once boautiful and and which was well worth thc long jour ney fiom Hrisbane to The water rose in i snowy like a of to a of thirty feet and descended in ahUbing torrent so heavy and close as to quite obscure the pipe it It was a marvel of beauty and a picture that will never be effaced frqrn the memories of those who witnessed Subsequently a nozzle one inch in di ameter was attached to the when the water was turned it as cended to a height of nearly 100 turning to earth in i heavy shower or dissipating in mist through which the rainbows played with an effect that was beautiful as it was It seemed that tho visitors would never tire of looking at They simply stood and May the Italian senate had persisted in rejecting the charities instead passing as it did yes by a vote of lOfi to It was the intention of Signor Crispi to create hundred new senators in order to give the government a majority in that As senators are for life by the the premier has matters iu his ownnands in an Although a crisis has been it feared that the authority of Signor Gtispi is a liftle shaken by tho defiance of the sen Tho Russian minister of war has called out all the reserve for six weeks training to keep them in practice with the latest war Cutacozy has just died at Ger main of He was the intimate friend and secret agent of both the late and the present czar of Russia and was largely instrumental in arranging tho final friendly relations between that country and Both ho and beautiful who made a brilliant were well known in Prince Jerome Napoleon has just made himself once again the laughing stock of His hvtrs appearancein the role of butt is consequent upon his writing protest against a theatrical adaptation of the story of the divorce of the Empress Josephine and the which has been made by a comparatively un known lady of small tamo as a The play ami its writer have both thus scoured a good pu and this is the only of the princes re monstrance except to make the Parisians The radicals and temperance party are organizing a strong opposition to the gov ernment bill for the suspension of licenses for dealing in The min isters have decided to decline to modify their which provides for tho pur chase of licenses by agreement and uot for compensation for tlie compulsory withdrawal of The committee of the house of lords yesterday examined the bill to construct pier at Miltord Haven at a cost of pounds to accommodate steamers of the Atlantic The admiralty has already given its to this The report of the Wosleyau Methodist Missionary society shows a decrease of pounds iu tho a miaul receipts of the Tho in pre senting tho exhorted thc brethren not to bo discouraged at the apparent falling oft in interest in the but to exert themselves to improve thc condi tion of the GENERAL FOREIGN Fruuila In CiMtoiiift Dcpnrtmvnt at HtiMiiort ItrENos May pecu lations have boon discovered iu tho cus toms departments Tho revenue lost by the government by embezzlements is estimated to have readied the enor mous sum of Chnriccit by May encounter between the police and a body of disorderly strik ers took place at Lillo hist Two of tho strikers wounded and seven liifrpattiiiK tlit luty on May duty on pork was Increased two cents per pound making it about sixty cents UVELT Liim intercut from thut soiml unit of The weather still continues cold and cloudy with the thcinomotor from forty to thirtylive de grees above but now has tho appearance of turning The rain just received was much needed as farmers say tho ground News in nearly on i Morgan in Centrovllle Dixon dowd the was very our are Friday on took a trip presumably hardly saying a for in the presence of this marveloas phenomenon speech seemed poor and and the mind simply gave itself up to childlike Stanley is hard at work in Cairo on his Ho is not satisfied with his loca tion but he is afraid of catching the grippe if he returns to Europe during the He has written to Edward Mars hi3 that he hopes to have the ready in He thinks it will make two volumes of from 450 to oOO pages and has three long chapters already He is arranging his notes from ax Aluminous and is also getting hU sketches and maps in shape for He aids in conclusion that it will be absolutely impossible for him to entertain lecture offers for this season at any and he qnestioiis if he shall ever lecture Kttsburg complained of his home eration of the c ftttd Skiu A certain cure for Chronic Sore Salt Scald Old Chronic Fever Prairio Sore Xipples Ifis cooling and Hun of cases have been cuted by it after all other treatments have 25 and 50 boxes for sale by all in under tho present real interest in base ball will soon die I regret to say but 1 am convinced this is the SpaldI ings hope is that the great cities will each have a single team in which to take and that then baseball will bo re of thc Grend Army boys may be interested in the following from Dept and He says We had an epidemic of whooping cough and Chamberlains Cough s clear to said I rpypuug tariff reformer wastoparade ad valorem ablv Plumb agreed with Vest miss i as in me to show the enormous burden I importance of the bill and deU t uM of taxation imposed upon the When steel rails were a ton there an equivalent ad valorem duty upon them of 23 per cent but when the rails were reducedto S50 a of this 28 per cent which had induced our manufacturers to eh have H go Tuesday on the request of the si who had it in charge Jones proposed to open the debate Merrill said Jones desired a few days to opening debate and and who and A IA Before Is rdis sweet to l man the ad valorem equivalent went up to I consent wouia oe given to the bill 50 per rccnt The democrats looked I so i n 6 at the per cent the republicans looked at would rather have low ad valorem equivalents and high I prices than high advalorem equivalents j f the nbddinir rose eastinbai satisfy my thy cheek as did his fourquarters of the largest ball that could be but no dealer in bells had one that would exceed the latest acquisition of the new congre gation in weight or So thc young tlerzyman bad the monster bell made to order at a cost of over Then the rivalry and it is now learned that goodfellowship exists between the con and the four bells peal oat in unisona psalm of 3ood to to bus ritHrnwl from Dos Moinis for a and fowcll ciime up from Ulonwood and In company with their Ilodsoii loft for Kansas City Lou llorniday wan visiting in Friday Goorgo Pullman spent in Ccntorvilli on Lillie Ufunic departed Friday for sho jolun hor husband Tho family of William Koisnor is visiting in Farmingtou at their former Sell Ehim sneaked off up to tVntervlllti Saturday witliout tho proper therefore our rocordof this toritifimiin is somewhat can only surmise that a certain young lady of that city if sho give tin required Gulnn and daughter Kate havo boon viMt ing in Lancaster and Coatesville and vicinity for tho past week has boon vijiting in Levey of wast through Moulton Downings new residence just oast of Simmons is now nearly Elam is also making building l imeaitonable Corrisponilcnce of Tin WEST May Tues day morning tho ground was white with but soon after sunrise a rain set In followed by As yet no appreciable damage boon The chcr rios aro passing out of bloom and ex amination shows fruit as large as shot already What thc effect will upon applos and other fruit remains toe bo Grass looks fine and corn planting is well under with the ground in excellent Strike May Peace on A Collection of TUbet An exhibition of fishes inhabiting the waters of Vermont is not an ordinary as no one formerly toot their collection and preservation in It i3 that such a collec tion is being and any one an interest in the food and other fishes found in lake Champlain can examine the stuffed collection which WflEam 7 street has accumulated since 188R Twentysix species of both sexes have so far been procured the take strike Is now a thing of the as only thirty men are now out of Colored Will May hundred ored waiters tonight decidedto the mornineJtinerent r not yield ujplBemand for shorter 1 and tallies whoratae a refined complexion I me It nott i Washington May has approved the act providing public bnilding at Rheumatism confines Senator 1 to bis His condition is not Xo one who baa headache can aOOnl to I witboat Harmless Headache the COB iblrishTimeS3ay9 Vitus nessand hysteria are soon cured by Miles Free samples at drug in Hancock Special to The BkwfcEyej ffir May thieves hare been doing some bold work in this county of Deputy Sheriff Hebna las recaptured from Will Fall May official decrees pointing General Demieribel chief of i general statf of the army 1 power of tlie He will be cc manderinchief in the event of war a wilt be at all tiniest hi sole control andthat of thnst j ing a sort of dual war Owe Sfiff Vat To fewark it j   

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