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Indianapolis Indiana State Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 24, 1882, Indianapolis, Indiana Vol. Xxx. No. 16.indianapolis, wednesday May 24, 1882. Whole no. 1618washington. Speculation adjournment Congress. Special to the Sentinel Washington May 17.�?the business the House committee is now As it nearly always has been at this period the season the key to the adjournment Congress. In other words adjournment depends in an almost absolute degree upon the Dis position business before this com Mitten. Your correspondent Learned that there Are yet before the committee the pension i appropriation Bill Deili Cliency sundry civil legislative and judicial and the naval Bills. The first four have been passed upon and Are ready to report to the House while nothing has been done with the latter Bill. When these Bills will be reported to the House depends Alto Geilier How much a York the Republican parly wants to do before adjournment. There will Likely be no delay about the passage these five Bills excepting the legislative and judicial upon we Iii there is always a considerable discussion. There have been passed upon by this committee reported to be House and again to tie Senate the River and Harbor consular and diplomatic military Academy Stoiche War Fortis Ca a Xvi District Columbia agricultural and a he Indian appropriation Bills. These Miave All passed tie Senate excepting the army and District Columbia. There is nothing any importance upon the Calendar the Senate. That body is simply passing time House work inconsequential importance and when these appropriation Bills which have not yet emerged from the House appropriation committee pass the House the Senate will Rush them through in a hurry and then adjournment both branches is imminent. It is generally believed that the elections committee the House will occupy most the time before adjournment. The time to be consumed by the election contest cases a is variously estimated at from two to three weeks there iveing four five contests to dispose . Considerable time course will be consumed by work that will be Dove tailed in Between these More important issues and the Outlook now is As has l Een anticipated in those dispatches that an adjournment will be reached about fury 1. The appropriation bilis which have not been reported will be forwarded to the House and passed upon at periods varying Seetai Days apart so As not to tax the nerves the House to Loo great an extent. The naval Bill the Only one remaining enacted upon will be ready for the Touse in a few Days but a month will Ost Likely elapse before the last one is reported. The. Sonata an it i Mie we Iisley Bond Bill. A re Piort has been made by the Senate finance committee the Bill extending .4ibolishing the time in which Wensk May remain in Bond etc., known As the whisky Bond Bill which has caused so much suspicion fraud and inaugurated a i Vestiga n. The report simply extends the period which whisky May Remai in Bond from three to five years As anticipated by the Sentinel last week but requires the owner the whisky to i a interest the tax for the last two years. The government by this , Loans the owner the liquor the Money for the tax for two years and permits him to keep his goods in the bonded warehouse two years longer. The present Law allows seven and a half Gallons leakage during the time the liquor remains in Bond. The Bill As it passed the House provides that the whisky shall be gauged when withdrawn for Sale and thereby allows actual Quot shrinkage Quot leakage. It is very probable that the Senate will Amend the Bill and pass it to allow eleven Gallons leakage to the barrel. These amendments although far Short the original Bill will help to form a Law that will be considerably better for the distillers and a Hisky dealers than the present Law. The outcome the contests. Wabiis Noton May 22.�?the filibustering in the House so far this session has been the most tame kind compared to that resorted to in standing off the Mackey is. Dibble contest Case. All the extreme Points that shrewd tacticians can conceive were brought into use. Ill. Lla Dairs 11 Powers were Slown to Good advantage the democrats won a temporary Victory. The outcome All these election contests and the lights Over them will be about three victories for the republicans Over those for the democrats. The republicans laying a working majority in the House they can Irry party measures and a favourable report from the elections committee Means an a inti democratic Success. These election contests which Are among in most interesting and important congressional proceedings will Likely occupy two weeks time. Technicalities in election returns make up the merits the current Case Mac Eyo Connor. The final returns show Connor to be elected but the committee s report stipulates that Mackey received a majority the votes cast and that the original returns show that the votes thrown out to give Connor a majority were not thrown out lawfully. O Connor died during the Pendency the Case and a new election gave the seat to Dibble Democrat. The committee holds that Jas Mach As the investigation shows that Ickey was elected against Connor there no vacancy at the time Connor died and hence Mackey is entitle 1 to the seat. Bonnie and Senate work. Both sides the House have been wondering at the tenacity with which they hang for party s Sake. The present session has been brought with very arduous work for the members the Blouse. Generally members the House have much More work to do than senators. This Rule has been exceptionally the with the forty seventh Congress. There have been no holidays to speak and Many night sessions have been held. The Senate averages about five Days Buji Sions a week and no night work. The House adjourns from 5 too clock p. M., and the Senate from 3 30 to in the Honse there is an immense amount work to do. Party Pride and personal interests prevent either Side asking for holidays. Considering the work done so far and the condition the Calendar the present House representatives has been Quot worked for All it s Worth Quot and Well worked the Sulpi Reid . Although practically terminated it will be some time before a report is rendered by the foreign affairs committee in the skip Herd investigation. It May be made Early in the second session this Congress and in May not be reported to the House in time for the present House to act upon it. The report will be voluminous and the decision Rill be lengthy but the people the country a ill make up their minds with the Brilt thought tersely put Quot somebody has the investigation will Point a Mora but will result in no direct Good unless it is determined its has been intimated that Siphord should be taken in for perjury. amicrican8. Radcli Tunal correspondent Cal relating to the suspect a Lipri soued a Ireland. Washington May 22.�?the correspondence relating to the suspects imprisoned in Ireland was sent to the House to Day. It is very voluminous and pretty much anticipated by the previous fragile Story publications. Minister it Owell writes May 3, Quot a had an interview by appointment with Forster Friday the 21st april. I assented he should try the Experiment offering a release to All the so called american suspects the condition to Weir going Back within a reasonable time to the country they claim to have adopted but i distinctly informed him i was not authorized by my government to accept anything less than unconditional liberation my part. I promised to have the prisoners informed i n Luy own Despou Sibilio alone i Uit in Case they shall be released �10 should be a t tie disposal each to Luv his passage across the Atlantic. I accordingly Iii enacted arrows and Avo fed cons ivs respectively at Dublin and Belfast and Tinley consular agent at Limerick to Vii it the prisoners and make known the Otier. Two them Mcinery and Slattery were allowed three Days to consider whether they would accept not. The others 0 Mahoney and my Sweeny refused to be liberated any terms Ali Siever. Whose advice orders they were acting under is a matter very a a Rob Able conjecture. Meanwhile it is nearly certain that All the suspects except those charged with violence will be very shortly set at Liberty Juis rendering nugatory the most Eil Active argument in favor disorder and resistance to Law. Quot it seems that in the cases most if not All the american suspects in Ireland Continuo is residence there has exceeded two years and in some cases it has greatly exceeded it. In the Case Mccormick it has apparently extended to thirteen must Haiti. Now question at the Treasury department and was referred to judge Lawrence the first comptroller the Treasury an Able and conscientious lawyer. Who decided to Day that when after marriage Bonos Are bought with the wife s Money and Are Regist Ercil in her name under the Laws the Districto Columbia the husband can in no wily control the Bonds. A guardian committee must be appointed to collect and receive she interest in the Case the a Ife is insane. The Tarih commission. Wash a Tox May 19.�?the Cabinet discussed the Tariff commission to Day and an understanding was reached that the leading interests the country should be represented upon the committee by the Best men obtainable. It is stated upon the authority a Cabinet officer that not a single member the Corii Mission has yet been decided upon. The question will be again considered at a meeting tuesday next. The indications Are the commission will be nominated next week. Washington notes. Washington May 22.�?the postmaster general has sent a letter to the House recommending postage second class matter papers and magazines be abolished. He states fourth class matter merchandise is carried at a loss to the Govert ment and if the government is being taxed for the transportation either class it should be for second class. The statement that the Treasury department offered a Reward $15,060 for information about the stolen $1,000 Bond plate is untrue. The suspension the sentence Doyle and Ernest Brockaway and Smith is regarded As intended to secure that information. Secretary Folger has received a conscience contribution s2,7m in an envelope postmarked so. I 5ei i affairs. A Bung Nii Job. The court in Banc sustains the de Pihiou in the Guiteau Cusey tue Assassin Hope tul. Washington May 22.�?.iustice Lames this morning announced the decision the court in Dane upon the exceptions in the Guiteau Case denying a new trial and affirming the judgment below. Justice Kagner in a separate opinion discussed the bearings the old Maryland Law and held that even under the Maryland act 1875, the indictment would have been Good in this District. Judge Carter stated Liat the opinions Given were the unanimous opinions the court. After Llie Adverse decision to Day counsel Reed visited Guiteau who seems. Reed says to have perfect Faith he is coming out All right in the end. Reed will visit the jail with a notary to Morrow morning and obtain Guiteau s signature to the affidavit which will be used in the next step in the Case. The minister Hurlbut. Washington May 19.�?the peruvian minister called upon the president to Day and presented an autograph letter from president Montero expressing the grief the government and people Peru at the death minister Hurlbut and sincere sympathy with the government and people the United states. The letter refers to the late minister As Quot the truest and noblest Champion Peru s cause which is the cause right and president Arthur expressed gratification that the country in which general Hurlbut performed his last work had been pleased to commend him so graciously and he assured minister Elmore his appreciation the action and promised a reply should be sent at a Early Day to president Montero the presentation the letter by a noticeable coincidence took place the anniversary general Hurlbut a confirmation. Rights an insane wife. Washington May 19.�?mr. De Bildt Secretary the swedish legation in this City is a tall Broad shouldered Fine looking Young Mau with Brown Mustache straight nose Black eyes and Ruddy complexion and an erect Stalwart figure. He has been prominent Here in a social Way and is seen nearly every Day in the outskirts the capital either Riding a Fine horse driving a Fine team sometimes tandem to a dog cart and then again in the Ordinary fashion to an English Road Wagon. Like a great Many foreigners assigned to diplomatic life in this county. He came Here for the purpose marrying a Fortune. He succeeded. In 1879 he married the daughter a prominent Philadelphia merchant. The lady however besides inheriting a Large Fortune had also a very careful disposition and instead leaving her property subject to the disposal her husband she invested the bulk it in United states 4 per cent registered Bonds in her own name. The de Boldts lived very handsomely for the next two three years and were Well known re in Washington As they were prominent at nearly Ocial gathering. The marriage like Many others american girls with foreigners did not for some reason other a Pear to be a very Happy one. In 1881 mrs de Bildt became insane and after being declared unable to transact business was placed in a private Asylum at the request her husband. Since then . De Bildt has been trying to get Possession her property which is at present invested As above mentioned. Since her incarceration As an insane person she has course been unable to endorse collect the checks issued in her name for the payment the interest upon the government Bonds. Or. Be Bildt has claimed that lie is entitled to the ownership and a asked that the Bonds be. Transferred to name. The matter has raised a coloured murderer strangled to death in a a York a. Sic feeling sight. New York May 19.�?augustus d. , coloured was hanged at 8 47 this morning for the murder his mistress Mary Dean. The warrant was read to Leighton in his cell and then the procession to the Gallows was formed. Rev. Or. Morgan proceeding and Reading Quot i am the re sur Rectina and the life Quot Leighton glanced occasionally to one Side and the other and when near Quot the Gallows looked at it a second and to lion his eyes dropped toward the pavement. On real King the Gallows he turned and faced the spectators. The executioner adjusted the noose and Drew the Black Cap Over his face the signal was Given the rope Cut and the body the condemned Man bounded in the air and fell Back within three feet the i pavement. Tic noose failed to slip under the ear and caught under the Chin. Then commenced a sickening struggle which showed Leighton m As strangling to death. The fingers clutched convulsively the ipg we e drawn up and the Retiz is agonize 1 heavy breathing was awful to hear. In seven minutes be was pronounced dead by the official physician but As the body was partially lowered convulsive head Ingson the Chest were plainly discernible. Another physician declared him dead at eight minutes alter the first announcement a body was removed to the Evergreen cemetery for burial. Pulaski. Tenu., May 19.�?w. W. Rea to be hanged at 3 this afternoon for the murder j. T. Goodrum last july attempted suicide by morphine Early this morning. It was unsuccessful. The jail will be guarded Well till tie hour execution. It is thought Rea will confers though advised not to by his brother. After Quot three bungling attempt to hang Rea at Pulaski lie was finally swung off. He made no confession us it was thought he would do before his final exit neither de Oving confess ing guilt. Quot Marion. N. C., May 19.�?stephen g. Effler was hanged Here to Day for the murder his wife in Binke county january 0, 18si. After prayer Teller spoke for an hour admitting the commission the crime and a willingness to die. Robberies in Yorlli. New Yoi a May 21.�? May it a messenger from the mechanics National Bank while ascending the Steps the German Lix change Bank was engaged in conversation by a Young woman and when she departed he missed Liis Wallet Conla Inin a Large amount promissory notes Bills Exchange drafts and coupons. Soon after the messenger Lorillard s tobacco factory while crossing a ferry with $8,000, was accosted by a Young woman who lipid a shawl in a manner to cover the movements a stranger who attempted to steal the Money. The Man was arrested but discharged. From the similarity the cases inspector Byrnes had the Man watched and he proved to be Woods a noted English pick pocket. The inspector arrested him to Day As he was about to meet a Confederate and recovered All the securities stolen from the Bank messenger with the exception $200 Cou Jjones a would be suicide. Cleveland May the Gaiman accommodation train was passing the Stock Yards the outskirts the City this Forenoon a passenger entered the smoking oar closet Cut his Throat with a pocket knife and jumped through the window. He was picked up and taken to the Union depot and conveyed to the City Hospital. The wound is not necessarily fatal As no Large artery was Cut but. Death is Likely to ensue for inflammation the lungs produced by breathing cold air through a great Gash in the Windpipe i. In his pockets were found a limited ticket to new York two baggage checks Cincinnati to new York and a letter in German signed Albert Fischer and addressed to Herr Scharenberg. The Coroner pronounces the Man insane. A lost. Riviere do Loup Quebec May 18.�?the Steamer Progress burned last night opposite Green Island. The Steamer Resolute went to her assistance and brought the Crew ashore except three who perished. The Resolute is now towing the burned wreck into port. Montreal May 18.�?the Steamer Progress burned last night was her Way to provision the passengers the Steamer Peru Viat the Jeannette survivors. Liverpool May 18�?the mayor cordially welcomed the Jeannette survivors at luncheon. He toasted the guests and expressed admiration at their Gallant Enterprise. Consul Backard i proposed the health Danen Hower and Newton ii. The Toast to the lost comrades was drunk in silence. Consuls Packard and Shaw escorted the party Board the Steamer. A add in Tober shot. Syracuse n. Y., May 18.�?dr. Henry w. Kendall was found in a my Adow near the county poor House cemetery this morning with a Bullet Hole Between the eyes a full kit resurrection lists tools were found near the body. It is supposed he was engaged in body snatching. He can not live. Helen m. Bloom. New Yolk May 18.�?helen m. Slocum Well known As speaker and Leader the woman suffrage party is dead. The Parnell Gladstone programme com Pleter the repro Zissou and arrears Bills the ministerial c7itti8. Boston May 21.�?a Cable to the Herald from London says a am enabled to give you exclusive info Rex Tion that the Parnell Gladsone programme regarding the new Irish measures is comp Ete. The land league a singers Haye been informed the Progress a Quot the repression crime Bill will determine the action the govern mar i regarding the arrears act. If they obstruct the first the govern me in will delay second. Gladstone s anxiety to get the crime Bill through in some form is explained by his vast loss ministerial popularity with tie masses since the Dublin murder and the Hope recovery by this method. Thence the great Concession to Parnell s followers to induce them to avoid any obstruction that Vituld surely destroy Gladstone s government. When the crime Bill comes up tuesday in the House commons important amendments will be offered and accepted. One re a Tift to the proposed embargo Irish will provide when adopted Lii at supper Siori shall Only Reier to american journals the Rossa description. This will remove heavy restrictions from the local Irish press. Another amendment reduce the Serju the operation the Law from three years to two. Another a ill make less arbitrary the Jower arresting persons merely suspected belonging to secret societies. The fourth modifies the Powers Loc in magistrates and provides Opportunity Appeal to a higher court held by their authority. The land league members Are led to understand that the libero is will accept these amendments condition that their opposition shall not be a protracted order which Viau fully characterizes Irish debate. The Irish members will likewise introduce other amendments As a matter course but they will be Reje Ted. Their work will have the appearance Ltd the usual Force but will be superficial. Tie land leagues will take advantage the Gladstone Jin parliament to Force the i Massage the arrears Bill and at the same time Advance certain reduction in coercive measures. Their opinion is a dissolution will speedily follow the adoption the Nev coercion act and they Hope if the government splits the result trips measure to Secu e its Rei Eal. The members the Liberal party Tell your correspondent the greatest As to the new policy Exi its among the radicals and tories. They said last night Gladstone must speedily choose Between those wings the party. They decline longer to be kept Harnes de together. Nobody has Faith in Gladstone s Power now. Forster adheres to Bis belief in Strong government. He says measures must however be distinct and uncompromising. He denounced with some bitterness tie bargain with Parnell. He did not believe Ireland would receive any measure conciliatory otherwise except in spirit. The people there regard Friendly overtures As an acknowledgement weakness to be taken . Not while this exists Cin Ireland be safely governed by half measures and it is unsafe for the government to undertake it. The Liberal Parcy has grave fears As to the resulto the present policy. A ministerial crisis is far from the past. Healy did t care where the government went after the passage the arrears Bill. He thought a dissolution extremely Likely account the new coercion policy. The Irish party Wotila certainly assist that end As far As possible. It was Witlin a to help the liberals Jass the land league Bill but will work them Voith redoubled Energy when the Bill becomes a Law and go to any extreme to help the poor Irish Farmers. Mccarthy says the league is willing to attain its end by any Means and will help the liberals while the libero is help Ireland. It is More important to pass the arrears Bill than hinder the prevention the crime Bill which the Irish members could not Hope to do More than Check for a few weeks. The correspondent says Quot i understand Parnell went to Paris again yesterday morning to consult wit i Davitt and Estiu and is not expected Back before monday. Other members the league momentarily estranged from Hitu until the discovery the letter to Shea which the government bargain was based live become reconciled and will work with him hereafter. Undoubtedly the most critical time in connect Iori with the ministerial crisis has been the past week. We have at this time the curious spectacle the most conservative government in the a orld steeped in political bargains the most extraordinary a lox Dox May 21.�?the Iipp ointment colonel Brackenbury As inspector general the Irish constabulary Lias been cancelled and colonel Bruce appointed. The leaders the league oppose Parnell s contemplated resignation his seat though he has strongly urged his desire to reside the Continetti for some time. The government intends to permit the coercion act to lapse from the passing the repression Bill. The to it it Lia assassination. New Yoke May 19.�?the times says Quot what Are we going in the Pho Nii Park cases Why we re doing better than those who have filled the papers with Balderdash for several Days lately Quot said inspector Byrnes yesterday. We Are in an intelligent position in regard tit and i Don t mind telling that we have what we Call a Good end it. That is to say we have been and Are working a Tiace that promises Mui i. We Are not going t f announce what Are do Iii what we do but when we have accomplished what is to be done the Public will know it and not before. The Herald adds the following to inspector Byrnes ii it Ter View wholesale arrests in England and a serious mistake and have done a great Deal to spoil the ease. A strange kind detective service i first arresting a Man and searching for evidence afterwards. It would appear that they we re working in the dark and very badly too. The English Consul if he has any information about the tragedy has kept it to himself. What information we have has been gleaned from other sources. When the news that the Deea bad been committed reached this City a a Aber men met in a Hall up town the. West Sie. They were ajl fenian and desk state ones too. Since then they have be amp i Active and probably Ere Long we will hair another startling execution. They mean bu�4ness, and intend to carry their desperate and mysterious warfare. With them the ends justify the Means they Are silent workers and All determined my. They have All been shadowed but. A they Are shrewd Fellows but Little Progress can be made. However we Are doing our Best and awaiting developments if the Dublin police have any better descriptions the men suspected than those published it is strange that they Don t Forward them to this City if they Are in the British Consul it is Odd that he does not Send us a copy them for our Bavitt Ott the situation. London May 21.�?micha Ilda to Addis ing a meeting irishmen at Manchester said nobody lamented the recent Murdew More than he and nobody was readier i prevent such crimes in the future. He declared that without the presence Quot the police and military the property Irish landlords would not be Worth a a a nth s Purchase. There com be no Alliance Between irishmen and English whigs tin til landlord ism was completely abolished. The government would. Not grapple elect us it a y with a secret movement a Hejja it was dyad e to a it tier that Auch a movement was Only for the Protection a wronged people if Gladstone was Earnest in his efforts Quot to su5>-press crime he must go to Tyse source ail Agrari in outrages and remove landlord ism sweep away Dublin Castle and show that he cd uld rape be the same Confidence in Ireland As in Caj Iada. Fok Kicin news. Has 2 full confession trom the two Iris showing that the murder was committed by the a brother in order that the Tildren might have things their own Way at borne and that it wag arranged that the youngest a i Ter acknowledge the shoot Sag unti the idea thai Itie plea self defence and her extreme youth would save her for amp in punish me it and thus her Sis Iier and brother est amp be also. There is much a cite Mei to Over the Case Here. Ten arrests a steam a. Liver Poer May 17.�?the i olice Here acting a private letter boarded the National line Steamer Egypt which sailed today for new York just before she left tiie Mersey. The passer cars and Crew were All mustered deck and the vessel then searched and ten men discovered stowed in a a i Ferent parts the Steamer. They were taken to the police station. Two appear to be americans and Threa irishmen. The remainder Are seafaring men. Gari Zelii. Home for girls. London May a Quot a . Lowell the United Sites minister open it i the Garfield House a Home for working girls the Brixton Road to Day. Luncheon Wes served at which was a Large , including the countess Jersey lord Kin Naird William h. Gladstone and Canon Spencer. Minister Lowell said he had been drawn to opening the Home first by the Nani e Garfield and second by his Cut in real interest in the object the institution. He referred to the Good the Peabody buildings had done in London. He announced he had subscribed to to the Home. Letters regret for inability to be present a Ere read from . Spurgeon lord Salisbury lord Cairns and the lord mayor London. A suspicious parcel sent to the Ciu jts Worth House contained merely a Sample Silver Ore. The times says Parnell will strongly oppose the repression Bill the grou Iid that it should be delayed until the arrears Bill has passed. The conservatives will strongly oppose the arrears Bill. Danenhower in in Grantl. Hull May steamship Hidalgo with lieutenant Danenhower . New comb the naturalist Jack Cole the insane Seaman and Long sing survivors taxi Jeannette Arctic expedition arrived Here this morning All in Good health. Cole with the exception okie night when he had to be confined was allowed perfect Frei Dom during the voyage. The party proceed a midday train for Liverpool. The Jeannette survivors. Liverpool May 17.�?Consul Packard has issued invitations to leading citizens to meet the Jeannette survivors to Morrow at luncheon. The survivors Are booked for the celtic sailing to Morrow for new York. Killed his partner. St. J Oseph mo., may22.�?saturciy two men John Mcgee and Hiram Knapp it part i ners engaged in hauling Sand by Bosl Iroku the bar opposite the City got into a d dispute a ii bout a Bill Mcgee had collected and sailed to account for. Yesterday Mcgee Bou it a i evolved and began to fill up with we. Inv. About noon to Day they met in front a Saloon at the Corner pram is and Lext n streets and a quarrel ensued during which Mcgee Drew his revolver and shot Knapp in the forehead Iii acting a wound that pro v to fatal in a few moments. Both men a e families. Mcgee was arrested and a coroners jury returned a verdict murder against him. Men the hour. Quot some Are bom great some Achimj Gre atom and iome Hare Are Arieas to Inist us Ion them "�?shake9peas%, attempt at wife murf1�r. , May 21.�?after a married life thirty one years Alfred Quot a Robinson aged Fly four and his wife Sarah aged fifty one separated last september and the wife procured a divorce the ground extreme cruelty. Robinson worked at his Trade As a Carpenter for several months in this City then went away and found employment a farm four Miles from Pittsburg until Friday when he left for Cleveland arriving yesterday morning. He started at once for his eldest son s Home in Brooklyn to see his sex wife purchasing a Twenty two Caliper revolver the Way and he found mrs. Robinson alone at her son s House. Beio afraid him she persuaded a neighbor lady to remain with her during the Day. The son was much surprised Rel urn Long Home to find his father and after supper made a pretence wishing his Mother to go to town to make some purchases intending to hive her get away from his father. The son and Mother went to the barn to hitch the horse in the buggy and the old Man followed and entering the stable soon Drew his revolver and exclaiming Quot Sarah Quot tired twice at his former wife. The first a sell struck a Corset steel doing no harm. She turned to run away and the second Bullet struck underneath the left shoulder Blade. The son then grabbed the father and after a desperate struggle took the revolver from him. Robinson was lodged in jail Here. He says he came Back for a reconciliation and bought the pistol to kill himself if unstick Cess Ful that mrs Robinson gave him encouragement but the son treated him coldly and when he saw the Small Hope a reunited family he deliberately attempted to kill the woman and would have shot himself but for the son s interference. The prisoner says his own jealousy his wife was the cause family trouble which began some years ago and steadily inc readied. She liked society he did not. She was the object attention wherever Slie went which annoyed him. A youth Lii forger. It Buque May 19.�?the first National Bank Independence it has just been discovered was made the victim forgery a it perpetrated two weeks ago. Fred Winthrop a boy fifteen years old presented two checks $.150 each purporting to be i signed by Alex. Risk a Grain dealer. had been Worl Cit a for risk and had Titus turned his Way doing business. He tilled out the checks Aad signed risk s name to them enclosing them in an envelope watched until the president and Crushier had both gone to dinner when he want in. And presented Tsia checks to the Toller who thought they were genuine. Via ill counting out the Money Wilson said. Quot put it in an envelope and Seal it As i want to be responsible. He took this Nonoy and skipped and has not since born heard . Not hearing Frutti risk tha Bank officers wrote him. And seeing the Check i he pc bounced them a forgery. Married with their wet clothes . Louisville May 17.�?oscar Miles coloured was drowned to Day in rolling Fork at Boone s Mill about six Miles South Here. He had ferried someone across ther Verand was returning when he was washed Over the dam. This morning a bridal party was crossing the River at this Point the horse attached to the buggy John p. Greenwell fell Down and was drowned leaving the occupants to swim out. The ceremony however was not delayed Long for the party immediately proceeded to a Church near by and wer made Man and wife. Of a Xoung woman drowned. , May 21.�?mrs. Hiram Williams Young Hickory near Zanesville o., v�a3 drowned in the Lake Here to Daj. She was visiting the family her brother in Law a Painter named Ernst and went out with him in a Small boat to fish and the Skiff in some Way use ,. Some other people out rowing found the boat upset Ernst clinging to it and the woman drowned. Ernst says he started to Row ashore the boat tipped and mrs Williams fell in the water. He grabbed for her and she caught and pulled him in the water. The Skiff capsized and when he got hold it again she had sunk. Mrs. Williams was Twenty one year age Ana had been married one year Jok. I Alison. Ltd in account his use 9xo9p Salt and troyia and their effect upon mini. London Standard when . Austin from the office . Mills the convict s solicitor visited him in Wandsworth. Jail yesterday he the condemned Man had written an elaborate account his experience the mental and moral metamorphoses caused in him by the Long continued use Morphia and Atropia. Lamson in his communication says. A fluid not use the first drug alone but in Coia Biu Alioa with the latter not As has been supposed to counteract the contracting Al Lect Morphia. Upon the pupils the Eye but because it not in enhanced the effects Morphia As a sedative Anodyne and narcotic but Aiso because it quite quite nearly overcame the sickness by the Morphia. The habit became formed from its having been first injected hypodermic ally by a colleague to relieve pain. I then took it myself having considerable wort to attend to and in order to Brace myself for my professional duties when in paid. After a Short time it Bec Jime absolutely necessary to repeat the injections More frequently not Only for the paid. But to Lull the nervous and general physical irritability which often amounted to actual pain a heavy rheumatic character in the need Ari principally which occurred when Iheng oderal a a sects had nearly quite Digap ponied. Of course very soon the doses had to be larger and it required a surprisingly Large amount to produce sleep even serious drop Siuess. Usually the injection had to. Be repeated in three Quarie St it Fau hour to do this and then the sleep was very Short duration after the habit had existed some time it left the faculties Metal and physical in a most Peculiar and indescribable state for some hours. But the physical results though. Severe and Lior Rible to look Back upon were comparatively trip Haig when the moral and mental results Are considered. The whole everything became strangely and completely turned about. When in the condition above alluded to after the narcotic effect had Evan sced the whole life was As far As physical motions and. The Susan cos Are Couch Erwied. Mechanic a and the mind full vaguest and most unreal fancies and imaginations. Real worries and. Troubles however slight became a terrific in their awfulness and anticipations were even More dreadful and horrible. The imagination seemed to Pierce years into the future and Colos a Sal Success failures would either Anise a Rush Waim feeling and Joy which cause speech to be uttered and hastening the gait a despondency impossible to. Realize. While in the abnormal state alluded to the Tunac countable things would be said done and thought Tif. Everything seemed one s own particular right a Complete inability to draw distinctions Between truth and falsehood the real and those ideals which become realities right and wrong a loss the knowledge time a d distance and in fact Toa Fery great extent i the Power distinguishing. Or . A tendency quite unconquerable to nut old Diing Piaras Tinatin in a most form. Aug degree my memory Lor Iiamae faces and events daily life which was when in my Normal condition was unusually Good almost annulled. In Allau absolute denaturing demo Raj izing dementia living result and withal a firm conviction that in should Diego Tiu in the habit but the Day never could come. great cunning in Conan Ealing the instruments and solution and the Purchase Thorlof and when used a a Xuy Leonor two injections after it going to bed then an hour two s sleep then awake in that Peculiar condition 1 have endeavoured to describe either to get up and Waji Der aimlessly almost us consciously. Sometimes about the House sometimes in Tho us jets those image fancies always More ref at. Night. In new York i. Would Rise at any hour the night cd Early morning. And. Imagine All a Crit extract diary thing i. Can not now fully re fall in detail especially when presi cheat Axlie addled Aud stopped at an. A Nigrio. Rating Frabott James in. Texas. St Loois to May ."2 a the rept Bli can Dallas. Texas Spe Civi says Quot your correspondent has it from Cinques Tiona a authority that Frank James and sever amp i his most devoted confederates Are now i is Texas with Headquarters at Isallas. They have a Point rendezvous not Many Miles from the City. Eight a lumbers Kinkerton s detective Force Are located in Ortisi Texas for the Especial purpose capturing Frank and his friends. They have stolen several horses and Nutch other valuable property under official and cognizance hoping to entrap the much Otsiree game but thus far a without Success however the parties Are spotted an within thirty Days the Public can look Ott Tor something sensational from North the acc Laomen a Aloide. Muscatine Iowa May 22, Here Are new and startling development in the Mumino men parricide twelve Miles West Here telegraphed saturday the girl Mary who saturday declared she shot her father in self detente her brother and her older sister Are Here ii jail. The daily journal lit Quot v is Michael Davitt the Irish . Wheir the trouble commenced in 18c5,. Or. Davit was one the first to respond m America. He was not disheartened by failures Bat kept agitating until he was arrested Ivy London and sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment. He was released a. Quot Tickel leave Quot after serving eleven j ears. He was tiie general organizer the land league and is credited with Possession More brains than any other the leaders. He was arrested again in february 1881, and kept in confinement until May 1882. During the summer 1880 he lectured and organized in a a a Rica . Damp Vitt is Only thirty seven years age but his health is much impaired by his Stormy life and imprisonments. His indomitable will is unbroken however and he is still a Towar strength to the Irish cause. B ase for blight refreshment. Ice. Cream the 1, and then return to Ray room else i would a Reid and always some highly exciting Story a which became at once reality to me and then sex Hausted Vrsan nearly time ios rising Woula sink to uneasy sleep fully believing 1 Wols to carry a myself the Eventa . The narrative. When i Awo Kov generally another a slight Cha in the morning and then one soon before get song up which i always did very Lafe would a produce Twenty thirty Mhz Tea half. and then rising would continue a a he remainder the Day and Iceni big m the slate rental absence and physical peae Ace phase mentioned. When alone and j alway sought Solitude to the Gre Aici part out in time the presence Othera in a. Lae Asuro inter Lfering with the portentous my vast work the diseased by was doing i toot neither breakfast Sci lunch Zixt Theo oly meal in the Twenty four hours was 3k late dinner with a very Little wine Liber. Whether Alii this was the Jesuu Morphia always easily disturbed delirium in. The Slig Itasta to loess Etc from Early years the by Tiu a sects Atropia the effect which 1 was was ii inv and often in sinfully co Liscious in the dry fib . Ita oat Lender aug Awah Wiur Aln Eist Imp Iii fable ind great Imp qarmout sight its in the diluted pupils the Combina Tiora it aug 1 can not say. I know these in go be be Terai out Unes the past Are the a Pisalt something Aud i can dimly Dos Lingua fish certain Acta and doings but the Jsu were Many things 1 did and said which were Pii Evward told me that i knew and know nothing to my own recollection. I am firmly i it the belief vague strange sensations exist Ivet even now. That it might be some service to were a scientific and pathological nos Morti. Held alter my death. relatives would pr<3i�?,Bly not raise any objection to this. The meanest Man Ohr chord sent through a Post office presided by a woman a postal card which a is written Quot Drar acky Here s the a a tails thai Aud then tie artist was in reek a. William Niwart Gladstone an outline . Gladstone s Public career is soon Given although he has assisted in the making history for nearly half a Century and is in some respects the most remarkable if not the greatest Man in Europe. He was born december 20. 1809, at liar Raool an englishman tji. Birth but scotch in blood. His father was a merchant considerable Eminence and wealth. Great f Ains were taken in the education a lads Ngn arly studious Swad ambitious. Before attaining the age Twenty two the future statesman graduated at the University double first class Man. This was in the Yerter Lasi preceding by a Twelvemonth Only his Enid Ance upon Public life As member parliament Cir Newark Trent one the historic towns Nottinghamshire. Newark continued . Gladstone As her representative until 1845. During the this teen years this i association hopeful honors hair Fallan the head the Youthful commoner Quot Haji some Gladstone Quot As he was culled. He Only Twenty live when sir Robert Peel made Hilaa Junior lord the Treasury. Three months later he was promoted to be an under Secretary for the colonies which position he held until april 1835, when Peel went out office Quot upon the return sir Robert to Power in 1841, . Gladstone was made vice president the Council and master the joint in 184.3 Ite relinquished the first name those Obj fees in order to assume that presic amt the Board Trade two years afterwards he was made Secre tar the colonies soon Stan which he Resi Nodi lace and his seat in Parl Arsent the a Giordi returned him As a Meabar the House commons in Coria cuon which was maintained for Many notwithstanding the fact that in 1851 Gladstone differed so widely a a a his Paris in opinion that he was no longer numbered in the co Servatia inks a i amp was a Nenaber the caution Miil so try lord Aberdeen formed in the year 1s&2. The Astle Deea Misi str. Resigned in 15, in con sequence amp the cd Alaor is tired against its management the Crimea. War and a reconstruct Eil mini Star we in Lois a a Anaerson at tie head and in Whir i glad Fri Toni had Pla be moved to be Short lib Eil. In 193 Aal 1859 the Abib Jector this sketch was sent pm a shia Cal Mission to the ionian a so amp Ada and in Jeavie again ser few As Chancellor Oitte Des i i d Palmerston Thel?7&m.fer, the succeed ing lire Wiersh Ujj Eirl he continued to Psi Todji and Alsa. A Ted As Leader the Hou a commons. His rejection As c f Tea Onivel sixty Jar ,.in 1865 was succeed Oyha Eleetia in South Lancashire in is�6 e aus sell Glaws one m mistry As it v As called. Is signed in cohsed in enc an Adverse vote the aide amp lion . Relo Sarain a represent to and is conservative Gover ardent assumed Oisee. Walea 1, Ilij Sheelei Olsn 1868, South Lan Eash Sre cute her Laprese Nativo he was to Uia chantly rear tried by tha Borough Green a Levi and Disraeli s government retiring be Watase Fotij e election a Liberal a Ioir Ity to the common Asor. Gladstone assuaged the premiership for t he 5rst. Time. His great measures the Dise Stalku so rent the Irish Church and a be in land 2�ll were passed by a he yet a Jato in 187s his government was Defeated. D n u Irish Ilni Hersity a vacation Bill and he Ned but a persuaded by his Sovereign to Reav me a a Bee he Servai until after the Gen. Eral a Leravin la a a hich resulted in the Trout by the a a Aser natives. The magnify Leui . The my Era a in the election 1880. Wheir m3 glads Otic was elected by mid loth Jai an d that Borough Leeds virtual a a compelled his Mower As the first lord the to Asur to which he added the function a Gap Causor the exchequer. Bus Liob s 6en�ral Ontl Oak re from advanced proof june bulletin the general Outlook for the weather the in Southern and southwestern sections is improving owing to the cont inn Pace very Windy weather in Northern and. Esteam sections Canada and the United states. By to Quot Windy Spring makes a severe autumn Quot therefore the Outlook for the autumn �z8s2 is increasing in severity. theory Quot weather relationship Quot is working just nov in. A telling manner a31 Over the Northern hemisphere and i feel much greater Confidence in predicting the periods the More bark fid disturbances. Hence i herewith reiterate my previous statements respecting a very cold Aud Stormy autumn and. Early setting in extreme severity a with heavy Snow Falls this reaching to Remote southerly Points. We Are Likely to experience one the coldest periods in a Long term years during the Early part the Winter 1882-83 but the cold will come in a Lump and the latter half the Winter la Likely to be mild and open with an advanced Spring. H. G. A Knob editor Vennor s bulletin h r

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