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Indianapolis Journal Of Freedom And Right (Newspaper) - August 16, 1879, Indianapolis, Indiana T w journal of Freedoine and High by amp co. Napols of the week. A or re Woll a a a Ligy in a of Kiuei at Boc Heeter % Accident happened in tue Job Nav raw. The Infanta Maria Del Bilar the second Bister of tie Ping of Spain a dead. parts of the engl hand Continental harvests Are a Liwe More favourable than a week or two ago and this improvement Tor Geth Erwith the Large amount of bread Stolfs already received or known to be afloat from abroad have weakened the Mark few and. A effected a slight decline in prices in some of the English letter from abyss a states tha be Quot treaty a John of a the Ehe div of. Flag Jet has never i Ipin do f bras King has or "dered.l5,men to a a egyptian garrisons consist of at a i20p it see min a but <5oi Gordon has left Khartoum with 3,000 men a ans min Sennitt. H u e. King Alfonso of Spain a been be a a a to tidily la re by the Over toning of his Cit Liage. It of a decree of orca from a Piaf b in a a a ted key Jewman the famous Congregaci paid. Preacher of London. An imprisoned socialist named Boisi Fofi did Fet Odessa a Russia Ferbia the effect of terrible wounds inflicted with the intention of self destruction. He was found in his cell sitting Over a Petroleum lamp. The flesh of his fingers was consumed and his Back up to his neck was horribly burned. He was removed to the Hospital where he died without uttering a word. Sarajevo the capital of Bosnia has been visited by a great conflagration. The frigate Wyoming nth the american minister to Turkey on Board will cruise on the a Lack sea. This is the first time that an american Man of War has entered the Black sea. The emperors of Germany and Austria had a meeting at Gastine Germany on the of August. It is said Quot there was great enthusiasm when the emperor of Germany approached and the two sovereigns embraced cordially. The town and Heights were illuminated at night it is stated that the fire in Seraj Eyo Bosnia destroyed 288 houses 358 shops and forty eight warehouses. The loss to private property is estimated at 1,000,000 florins. No insurance. Twenty thousand people were rendered homeless. The application of Ismail Pasha through the Sultan for permission to resume his residence in Egypt has been vetoed by England and France and the sex Khedive is said to have concluded to take his stolen millions to Naples and the italian govern Nitea has placed the Favorita Palace at his disposal. At Alexandria Egypt an american named Miriam has distinguished himself by shooting and killing a Pasha. The Cable dispatches Are very contradictory As to Germany s intentions relative to the coinage question. One says it is understood the government is making a careful inquiry into certain facts in View of the coming to a decision As to the proposed reintroduction of the bimetallic Standard. Much damage to crops in Lancashire and Cheshire England has been caused by an overflow of the Mersey. The disaster involved some loss of Intili it i �iar0& last. Charles Fechter the Well known actor died recely at. His Home in Richland Center pa., aged 54 years. He was a native of England and came to this country in 1870. Though pronounced by competent critics a great actor he was Neyer popular in America and had but poor Success in his profession. the explosion of a locomotive boiler at Albany n. ¥., Thomas Smith and prank Murphy machinists and John Mcintyre fireman were killed and William Horton fireman Wynant Crannell Engineer mid Robertb. Miller were bruised and scalded. At Wilkes Barre pa., George Ziegler a we and two daughters were poisoned by drinking Coffee in which tartar emetic had been placed by some unknown person at Las accounts they were in a precarious Brooklyn n. Y., has had a fatal Case of yellow fever. Or. Bonner s horse Edwin Forrest is Era ted with Havig trotted. Mile in two min Tesi eleven and three Quarter seconds the fastest time in the Worl a Over a private track at. Bonner s Arm near new work. The number of immigrants arriving at new York City during the year ending july 31,1879, was 103,245 previous year 74,139.west. Maj. Walsh of the Canadian mounted i it olice accompanied by the Sioux chef Long dog recently came into Gen. Miles Camp at Bock Creek Moni and stated amp at sitting builds whole Camp 5,0001 8,000 people com protein a several hostile tribes a moved North to Swan Lake about eighty Miles from the line where they had determined to remain. The chief brought Assurance that the indians would make a permanent residence on Canadian soil Ifould abstain from All hostile movements on this bide return stolen property Aud desist from Hunting american Buffalo unless permit ted to do so under the supervision of United bites officials. A quarrel Between an employer and employ had a tragic termination u Chicago a few Days ago. The Paea were Solomon Senn proprietor of an Iron foundry and Coli Rad i Ieman Forentin of the works. The die to to was about an. Iron pillar which had Jnet in finished by Engle an. Senn. Said the Park was poorly done we detective. In Glorian retorted by calling his pm ply a a. A. Liar. This greatly incensed Sej to seems to have been of an excitable Nat in and he rushed to the office desk Drew Ilie Reform a revolver and shot Engleman dead Llie Fht Bluet piercing his brain the incur it Derot real the cime lie i coins ted Drew a Larme keen bladed pop it flt Lin if and draw it Iii Obs his Throat Sev Etc i Tiiu it Ign la rvs in and of course pro Dill ing almost instant death. Senn in d a a Glemon were both whole family Conry sting of e p. Web Der wife and two children were recently Cago a few a at work upon i a no Dolph streets Sam the Way. Two of the men that the admin motion has de ii Mence w Active win Are against and Secretary Evarts civic Elj to join the if up. It is Coubie clinging to the Rickl a a Hull the other live Weie Preli cited to the ground floor sixty feet Belov tour of Ithem were Tea fully bruised of them Cut a Witti in i few Huib. Iino theris injured so badly that he Minot possibly re cover while a fourth is sof��t�ou8ly wounded that his recovery is a matter of doubt the fifth Man luckily escaped with a broken Arm. The coloured men of Indiana he a convention a re haute last week. Am eng other adopted was one urging the negroes of the South to leave that Region and emigrate to the Northern states and promising to assist in the exodus and to find Homes and Etc Sirtl a a Wentin in Idith of Quot Quot a dispatch from Gen. Est a on Broky Creek Montana,.�tetes that maj. War chief. Long dog had arrived there from Over the line a a Quot few a dented Julice and another la Dian chief Vith him. The visit was entirely informal As Gen. Miles has no authority to eater into any negotiations with this Hostiles. About a dozen stolen horses and mules were returned to a the Amie Ricar owners. Long dog in Plantation said the animals were taken Over the Lin by the yank Bonniw and other Agency indians. The unc Apapas had no Meniw of knowing whether they were stolen property or not everything bad that had happened on the Missouri he also charged up to the Agency indians. Gen. Miles said there would be no such charges made if the British indians would Only keep on their own Side of the line and refuse to receive Stock which they could t help know was stolen. Maj. Walsh said he brought with him the Assurance of the Sioux leaders spotted Eagle Broad daily Black Moon and others that they meditated no War against the United states though they were poor and starving they would remain on the other Side and move Back beyond the Cyprus Hills if necessary. The major said the indians had very Little meat left and most of them were living on wild turnips. The Indian agent at the Flathead Agency Montana territory reports the Mas race of eight Nez Perces by a War party of supposed Gros Ventres. A suit was brought for libel against j. Sweeny and Edward s. Skripps proprietors of the Cleveland Ohio pen my press complainant Stewart Chisholm alleging damages in the sum of $10,000. The effects of the office were seized by the sheriff. The complainant is a son of Henry Chisholm president of the Cleveland boiling Mill company. A reporter of the press visited the office of the rolling Mill company to effect a settlement and was seized by some of the employees stripped of his clothing and decorated with marking Ink from head to foot South. There were thirty three deaths from yellow fever and six new cases at Memphis for the forty eight hours ending on the evening of the 5th Hist the City was remarkably Dull and quiet no new cases had appeared at new Orleans for six Days and physicians were of the opinion that the fever had run its course there for the summer. A recent Telegram from Graham Texas relates that the sheriff of Palo Pinto county and posse had a fight with the Jones gang of horse thieves. Larkin Jones was killed John Jones wounded and Enoch and old Jones and five other thieves were captured. Jack Morris was left to guard the wounded Jones and assisted the latter to escape. Morris was arrested. Twenty five masked men overpowered the four guards of the Palo Pinto jail am Obaed their is under threats to bum the jail and shot Morris dead in his cell Quot at Memphis for the forty eight hours Eftin Goniche evening of aug. 7, there were forty new cases of yellow fever acid five deaths. The new of leans Board of a Saith report not a single Case of yellow fever in City or its environs. The St Louis Board of health adopted an order that no steamboats that shall have landed at the port of Memphis subsequent to the 1st of August shall be allowed to land at the wharf in that City or discharge freight or passengers within the hits of St Louis without a permit from the health commissioner. Two Young Nien. Cooper and Butler for a Long time enemies met near Helena Texas. Cooper said Quot now i be got you Quot and shot butter through the breast Butler then Drew a revolver and shot Cooper the latter giving Butler two More shots in the breast when Butler staggering toward him placed his pistol against his neck and fired. Both fell together each rejoicing Over having killed the other and both died. For the three Days ending on the evening of the 10th inst there were ninety seven new cases of yellow fever reported to the Board of health of Memphis and Nineteen deaths from the disease. The Board of heal h Issue Ian address to the Cit a government de a Laring the fever epidemic and warning citizens absent not to return. The committee of safety held a meeting and adopted resolutions looking to the future welfare of . Point amp Kentucky voted for state of cers on monday aug. 1 the entire democratic ticket headed by or. Like p. Blackburn for governor was elected. The vote was about 50,000 less than that cast for presi wit in 1870. The legislature is largely democratic. The Call for a constitutional convention failed for want of a constitutional majority in its favor. The Maryland democrats held their state convention at Baltimore last week Wlliam t. Hamilton was placed in nomination forgive or c. J. M. Gwin for attorney general t. J. Keating for comptroller and Spencer Jones for clerk of the court of votes. It is stated in a Washiington dispatch Quot that the president and Seoi tary of satiate firmly convinced that do exigency is like to arise top Ough the Danen which i can a a a i Quieti Ide or make it excess by of this Golem meet to take Steps for to in protect to Onuf amen cat interests. They believe Tiia de Lesseps and the Paris a of Fps a a a a selected an route and that the Sclee 11 even ritually Fau Broi. A find Ninal a a Ipp re and ainu of in Cut opera a it in Anne Tih de if fam Washington a Cly necessary ii Toile world that Monk a ism is after to be prosecuted As a crime to United states. The attorney generic Jaq a consultation with the Dotric attorney of Ruth i who will commence i pros cations undo a the Bolwa Law this fall. The president has decided to restore All the cadets recently dist Iseed from West Point of hazing As there is a general inti ment among army officials that will not break up the practice.hojiejptsoeli<aneot78 . Considerable excitement has been cause in Montreal and other Parte of Canada by the suspension of the Exchange Bank of i if mite4u started is paid up capital of $1,000,000. The liabilities. / /. A i 117 a Montreal dispatch of the 8th inst., announces the failure of the Ville mane Bank an Institute opt the3kpftal, founded and chiefly patronized by French canadians. Are about $1,000,000. , intensified the panic that had Een created by the fail tire of the consolidated Bank of it it Canada and the Exchange Bank of Montreal and other Banks new at once by Atiah failed depositor the Spragie Conklu do scandal. A special dispatch to the new York world from Narragansett pier gives the following particulars of the Sprague Conkling i pleas aptness the affair occurred on Friday evening. Either on wednesday night or thursday morning senator Conkling an ived at Narragansett pier. W the him or after him came a trunk and a Large Valise. These articles of baggage were taken to the Sprague mansion by the direction of senator Conkling. He remained there As a visitor the next Day and was on a hotel Piazza the next evening conversing with some ladies. During Friday afternoon gov. Sprague was observed driving about Narragansett pier having been at Home entertaining his guests the night previous though he bad been absent for a Day or two before. He had a gun with him which it is believed that he loaded earlier in the Day. A Nally he drove to the rear of the House which is about a mile and a half from the pier and came through the House in a somewhat excited condition. He got out to the Piazza where he found senator Conkling conversing with mrs. Spragne who was at a window. Gov. Sprague then said addressing senator Conkling Quot Are you armed sir Quot Conkling reputed Quot no i am not Quot Quot then Quot said sex gov. Sprague Quot i give you five minutes to get off these premises. If you Are not then away i will fire at sex gov. Sprague is said then to have made use of some further exasperating language. Senator Conkling seeming much surprised but remembering that he was under sex gov. Sprague s roof Rose and took a few Steps away while mrs. Spragne came out of the House and stood Between them. Sex gov. Sprague stood looking at senator Conkling while a Carriage drove up which lad been ordered to take mrs. Sprague for a drive. When mrs. Sprague found that sex gov. Sprague was apparently determined on an unpleasant scene she called for her hat and shawl which mrs. Martin a Friend and a guest in the House brought her. After sex gov. Sprague had repeated his peremptory order to or. Conkling to quit his House there was some hesitancy on the part of the new York senator As to what should be done but be finally took his hat and entering the Carriage went Down to the pier stopping on the Way at Hillington s restaurant. Scarcely had he arrived there and got out of the conveyance than sex gov. Spragne who had followed came up and therefore it is certain that the latter must have kept his horse hitched no read for use to follow senator Conkling. On the an Ival of sex gov. Sprague at Billing ton s another Exchange of words took place but there is not the Sligo test testimony to Fri a that at any time a hand to hand encounter such As has been spoken of freely Here to 3ay, Cook place. But it is certain that there was an excited and threatening Between the two in one of the most Public spots in the whole place and thus it came to pass that the Roost exaggerated rumours were set in motion. Sifted Down the forego Reg Are the principal facts in the Case so far As or. Conkling and or. Sprague Are concerned. A a correspondent or the new a Orji times gives the following version of the affair on his arrival at the House or. Sprague anime Diatel sought senator Conkling and a conversation with him followed part of which was overheard. One of the servants do Claros that in the Hau or. Sprague loudly ordered or. Conkling to leave the House saying he would give him Twenty minutes to get out of sight and if he did not go would shoot him. Senator Conkling walked out of the Entrance and Down the Roadway toward the pier. He walked slowly carrying his umbrella and picking his Steps carefully through deep Sand. He probably walked Over this Sandy and Sun beaten track As fur As the bathing houses and then through the poorest bit of Street in Nara Ganse Stpier toward Bolington s cafe. When he reached Billington a senator Conkling according to the Story of a Bright boy who waited on id. Went inside the door and stood there for a few moments. While he stood there or. Sprague had jumped into an old Wagon and was driving furiously Down the Road Over which senator Conkling had just passed. A tradesman who saw him Asie turned into the Street leading to Billi Guiou s said he looked very excited and was driving furiously and carelessly. He Drew up directly in front of the cafe and senator Conkling at that time stood on the covered stoop in front of it As he reined up be Shock his hand in a threatening manner at senator Conkling and talked and of a stimulated excitedly. Then or. Conkling crossed part Way Over a to the opposite Corner As if to go away. Or. Sprague quickly followed Wheeling his horse suddenly and jumping out by or. Conkling s Side so impetuously that he carried the beat of the Wagon out with him. Sprague was heard to say in a loud and excited voice Quot you i want you to get out of this place. If you Don t go i la shoot you Don t Cross my path again. Or if , i want you to be armed for i i shoot you As sure As i meet to this or. Conkling made some reply and then or. Sprague was heard to re Poi id no i la accept no apologies. I Waul you to get out of this place or. Sprague than drove away. And or. Conkling started off towards the Railroad depot a the Washington correspondent of the Chicago Iris Una says the news in regard to the inkling of fairer ated no Surprise whatever in Washington. Quot the Only wonder Here for Mouths has been that tie matter has not culminated at an earlier Day. Senator Conkling s marked Atti nations towards the family of Sena or Sprague have been the subject of general go sip in Washington for a Long time. The local press and correspondents Toye Given no circulation to the Scali Idal out by regard to the lady in the Cise. And it is Yery Jil Ely at Lothing in regard to the matter would Ever have reached the a Public had not a senator i Tragus concluded to take the matter in hand himself. That he would do this has been expected on a Ach occasion of his latter visits to Wasi Iii ton. The met or first became a subject of i site general cd a vers Itoh in Wash Iii ton about the time that ten Arr Conkling car lid through the to Euate and Tii rough the House i Biu or refunding certain Large amounts of tax claimed to be exor Bitout levied upon the i Arate near this City now occupied by mrs. A a Prague. Her numerous visits to the Capitol and constant associate in a when there with senator co inkling Intel irined this talk and for a couple of months before the adj or ent of the Hist so Sun a the set Ohio Hemut was go no ral at Jig tb9 friends of both parties that they a hound wittier be so reckless in re Gaa d to afford i a Rouh Dation for go no Tal talk of by Ohli Viyuk to thei Yast amount of it gossip to which their in Tii ate waa giving Risa Quot a to Iliff i Ady ship a new hex. 4 Weol thai being True key i Faselt View and it Aan Ghr but Man ate will be my amp the i believe i Ihil die in a set tip did the for thou Gli i not tingly Pray whale Man is you might easy Flad a More Beai Inpil Phil and then Fei for temper and Mannen Tia Plain he who Ica for perfection will seek Here in vain. Nay in Rupite of theae 4nwbaclu my heart is Iivo Reefa a Quot Quot and i should not feel grateful for better or worse go take the first by Oby that graciously came. And offered those sores Bis borne and his name. I think then my chances of Sarhage Are Small but Why boo old Tunk of such chances at All my Brothers axe All of them Yoan Ges than i yet they thrive in the world Why not let me try i Snow that in business pm Mott an adept because from such matters Jim strictly i m kept but this is the question ttajipzzle8 my Spind. am i not trained up my Rork of Soine Jednat a Trgo Lessly aimlessly Drig through life Why should i wait to be somebody s wife .j., Quot Oasis Iowa. L. O. Give Nev mothers and children. Biding in the Street cars in Chicago i sat of Peteto ably about 15 Vears. Old fresh a Ghl girl Tes a 14ty etly. Rel. I \ ail mired them ver adjust taken from probably the other miss had been of an errand for her Mother. Thesis the . I go Day. We re a books so fast ,1, just finished woman in White Quot no. 2.-"perfectly splendid. We just read All the time i have read twelve books since school a no. A Quot Mother does not allow me to go Down town often i have nothing special to go no. 1. Quot my Mother says she wants us to have a Good time and enjoy our. . At i8 right mothers should want their children to enjoy their vacations but do mothers know that there Are other ways for their daughters to have ply asure besides Reading variety is the spice of life and although one does not always want to be confined to solid Reading too much novel Reading is Poison to the Young growing mind especially Buch exciting books As Wilkie Collins can write. Any food eaten ravenously is hurtful and books of a thrilling excitable nature read with such haste and eager interest cannot but be injurious mothers cannot be too careful with their daughters at any time especially when they Are emerging from childhood into womanhood. Then is the time their characters Are fixed before that they Are Only forming. Vacations need not be irksome or a enjoyable even if the Days and nights Are not All spent in Riding on the Street cars pro menacing the avenues and Reading novels. Let the daughters take a few pleasant lessons in housekeeping if but an hour each morning devote a Little time to sewing commence to make their Little surprises for the coming Christmas help with the mending then read moderately when the sultry heat of the Day is Over join your companions in Lawn sports and visits to the Beautiful Parks that surround this wonderful City. After Long months of study and confinement in the schoolroom you certainly do not rest your mind or give health to your system by this wholesale Reading. These Lovely Blooming girls Aie in a very few years to take our places does not take Long after Youthe Sweet 16 to find yourselves entirely out of your Quot teens Quot and you know some girls marry Young i did and then comes the cares and responsibilities of a Home of your own and you Avill have other lessons to learn and perhaps the novels you now read will be realities then and it May not be All that your fancy painted so that it will be Well to store your Young minds with valuable information that will be of use to you in after years. You see i was a school girl once and know All about it and i was not out of my Quot teens Quot by two years when i had a Home of my own to superintend. You would laugh at some of my experiences a i did and i think if i remember right i cried Over some As Well. Sunset. Hyde Park 111. _ plants for Quot Winter Flowers. Although As we write our eyes rest upon Beds of stately foliage plants Lovely geraniums Brilliant Verbena and Long lines of showy annuals we Are prone to remember that in a few weeks More at the most another season of buds and blossoms will be a thing of the past these glorious summer Days wherein we love to hear the joyous hum of the Busy Bee and the humorous jests of the Harvest hands As they bind up the Golden or must in tie course of the Ever changing seasons be Silc needed by the gloomy dream Winter. We who love the Quot Beautiful Flowers which the hand of god Hasey used to sprig g i everywhere to adorn i Footstool desire Rhein not Only in the summer but every Day of the year and it is surprising what a Little foil thou to will do in securing plants to Bloom in Winter. If. We would have our Homes look Bright and cheerful we must see that the prep at tory Steps Are taken now. Following in the course i put sued in the Spring i will give six kinds of seeds for Winter Flowers for three Green Stamps. Seeds May be sown in August in a Cool Shady place in the Garden the soil being kept constantly moist and As the plants get Large enough Thev Are to be put in the pots in which they Are to Bloom by fall they will be just right to Brit Jug in doors. Of the climbing plants or vines for Winter Blooming the Cobea and the Maurandia Are excellent Mignonette and Sweet alyssum May be sown As late As september and transplanted to four or five plants m a six Inch pot. Ageratum will give pretty Blue Flowers. The Petu via is considered indispensable. a Are delicate pretty abundant bloomers and easily grown. The tubers of the Madeira Vine May be planted Noyo. In five Inch pots and plunged that is sunken in the ground to the rim of the pot so also May the bulbs of the deliciously fragrant tuberose and yen a ill have the Sweet blossoms in Early wire plaits in pots intended to Bloom in Winter require a season of preparation and some of them of absolute rest we must not expect a fuchsia or a Geranium which has Given us Flowers All summer to continue to do so in Winter. There Are certain Lijich Sias noticeably Carl Holt Specioso and Lusters which Are specially adapted to Bloom at that season of the year. Such carnations geraniums Heliotrope and a Ouva Dias As Are inclined to Flower now should have every Bud removed until september. Of the Winter Blooming bulbs the hyacinth Heads the list both for fragrance and Quot Beauty of its Flowers but As they must be imported from h Jylland every year they Are considered rather expensive by some people. There is the gorgeous Tulip the pretty Crocus the modest Snowdrop the Sweet Lily of the Valley and several others. Who is Shere among the lovers of Flowers who does not Admire the cyclamen v it is always in Bloom the Winter through. Tea roses Heliotrope and tuberose will give us their fragrance Ageratum Bouva Dias and begonias their color Smilax and Lycopodium their Glossy Green leaves. These and Many others which i will refer to in subsequent letters will enable us to beautify our Homes with a Brilliant fragrant bouquet even when the melancholy Days have come Llie Saddest of the year. My. Bennie. Hind aide Dupage county. 111. Veggo Ity a Courti experienc after a shout sojourn in the Cott Rwjr my Homo seems truly dear and immensely comfor Tabia City people always Enivy the new vegetables the Sweet Cream and grass butter eggs As fresh As hens can Lay them while the Sweet new mown Hay the invigorate my air Are things to be envied these intensely warm Days. Everyone who has a Friend in the country gladly accepts an invitation not visit them think my Only of a Rural Paradise to be enjoyed and appreciated. So t my imagination with pict res of farm life too Lovely Fot any one bit a Eiith Usi is to indulge in and hurried away from Home Iii its comforts to the hairy land of the country. Alas for human Hopes and a right anticipations. A Feather but a. To sleep ii poo sheets of hoary Cotton made expressly is my hostess informed me Quot to cover a <5tirpse, and tue Only time they were Ever used. Quot every Spring Chicken fresh egg new vegetable to now Norrain upon the place was kept for the City Market and As for Cream Orne w bread i Only Baw them in my dreams. The farm was supplied with Loiry 8>lii Art to help to Zaan Sutiste ii crops and Rai the Stock in set hoi Comfort iras an heard of and How ajar Maii Ait uld a knife efficient strength or keep up any vigor pc the mis a Rable stale bread Torii go boiled a weak Tea and a few Carrant which constituted the meals one and All during the time i was there is among the mysteries. A it was too much trouble Ito i copy anything for the Inen folks Quot and i glad when my Little cottage in the City appeared in View after the misery endured in my country visit Peggotty. , wis. An invalid a. It mental in Aba. Yes the world is Gorg ugly Beautiful at this season for our creator did not Shiji the beauties of nature when he formed the Lovely of. Jets upon which we feast our eyes and never grow weary As we gaze enraptured at the sight. To be shut out from beholding so much Beauty confined to a limit of four Walls requires the patience and Christian fortitude of Job to enable one to submit without a murmur. How bring we Lay our plans for the future one Dav or Hope of happiness consists in Tik Fuji to no it the next finds our Hopes crushed to Earlh our plans frustrated by some in diner Ness As did the preacher. Quot All a vanity a Jitze a i by a we jew Ting for a the a lds tedious Winter to give place to the Balmy breath of Sprinc. To Tab blighting a Tia so of Quot discs a if Nii fas a fact it soon a a Start at Baltimore i Isth �>000- acres of a uts. A Washington dispatch to the Chicago Trimne says that Quot tiring the latter part of 1878 some gentlemen in Mainland who were engaged in the sugar business and who had suffered Froude cimons of the Treasury department in the Deni arara controversy formed a combination to investigate the practicability of growing beets in that state for the purpose of making sugar. step taken was to procure seeds Froina Germany of Jive celebrated German sugar beet Liam which sugar is a a fractured in Bat. Coz try. A Suffi seeds gather with so much cafe Lariat fall by one who is now Many Hundred bes from Home. But the seeds Wierieg not sown and where i had hoped to see Flowers Bloom weeds Are growing in abundance. Only a few perennials Greet my View As i look out of doors. ,1 weeping . Ottawa 111. Prominent people. The coloured senator Bruce of Mississippi is 38 years old. Sex senator Chaffee of Colorado is said to be Worth $6,000,000. Senators Ben Hill. Davis w. Abell and Grover Are each 56 years of age. Senator Beck of Kentucky and Bailey of Tennessee Are of the same age 57. Flood the Ca Fomia Milho Naire is to have a stable built at Menlo Park at a Cost of $50,000. The Rev. Thomas k. Beecher of Elmira n. Y.,is trying to organize a Stock been Jsu Zgak. Company to build a Furnace for the cremation of human remains. Senator plumb of Kansas and sex senator Dorsey of Arkansas have cast their lot with Leadville the new Eldorado. The latter is said to have made $200,000 by a recent Rise in stocks. United states senator Orville h. Platt of Connecticut has received a serious injury from an Accident while fishing at Washington Conn. He fell from a Bridge a distance of ten feet upon rocks in the bed of the Stream and injured his spine. Or. Hugh j. Glenn the Quot honorable bilks Quot candidate for governor of California has 45,000 acres of land in wheat this year which will yield about 1,000, 000 bushels. He employs 300 labourers the year round and in the Harvest season he has 500. Jay Cooke is 58 years of age and col. Forney says in his paper that this Man Quot seems now Likely to redeem his Good name from All reproach to recover All his own loss Fortune and to off Dollar for Douay those who invested in the securities of the Northern Gen. John a. Mcdonald who figured in the whisky ring disclose tires at St. La Uit is in min foil tune. His wife is dying of a cancer he has lost his proper a and he has just been found go Silty of assault on a lawyer in fond do Lac the est Una Quale in Story Teiling. It Inq is for an Eaf Stem Man. To try to ted. A big Story when there is a Western Mah about. Cause or has tried it and got beaten beaten clean out of sight. He thought he could spin a yarn that \7puld test any one s credulity but he always found that a Quot Western Man could go him one better. Quot when 1 was a Yotz no Man Quot said col. B., Quot we lived in Illinois. The farm had been Well wooded and the stumps were pretty thick. But we put the Corn in among them and managed to raise a fair crop. The next season i did my share of the blowing. We had a sulky plow and i sat on the seat and managed the horses four As handsome Bayse Reri a Man Drew rein Over. One Day i found a Stu in right in my Way. I hated to Back out so a just said a word to the team and if you la believe it they just walked that plow right through that stump As though it had been cheese. Not a soul expressed surprised but maj. S., who had been a quiet Stener remarked quietly Quot it s curious but i had a similar experience to that myself once. My Mother always made our clothes in those Days As Well As the cloth they were made of. The old lady was awful proud of her Homespun said it was the strongest cloth in the state. One Day i had just slowed through a White Oak stump in the Way you speak of. Colonel. But it was a Little too Quick for me. It came together before i was oui of the Way and nipped the seat of my trousers. I Felt mean i can Tell you but i put the string on the ponies and if you la behave it they just snaked that stump out roots and a. Something had to give you transcript. Five children at one birth. One of the most extraordinary natural events on record has occurred recently in South Australia where five children have entered the world at one birth and bid fair to rein Tain As All Are Strong and i healthy. The father is a get Trtan settler to amed Jacob Schuler and the Mother weighs 244 pounds and is �3ix feet four Inch a Wrighy and hts Befu the Given birth to twins a triplets. The consternation of father at seeing the last wholesale addition to his fair a a was most re did Loiis to Ivi Ness. He sat stupidly Down and gazed me Chancay from pne. Child to the other ejaculating at intervals Quot mein Gott mein Gott fas expressive of his emotions. A cent a Tran Fotr the Fauly has been started in the Colony and has already asst tidied generous proportions. A she a Man has Ofie cd $250 a month and expenses feb trave his family but he has declined to accept. Client Quantity of a being obtained they were planted up Lii arbs in various sections of the state. In All cases it is stated the results have been very satisfactory demons tax to the that the air of Mainland is particularly Well adapted to a owing to . To beets planted Spring were put �0 to Rine matter which compares favourably grown in Isenha and h 1 m �labrlit5�.bfhfi�>f�nd8 of this Safiti Forh get culture tie combination sent a representative to Germany to attend the Contention of beet sugar manufacturers recently held at mraxik fort and to treat with capitalists have control of the Patent. It i Nery used with regard to h a is Loffi a a got list a a ret Ders it almost certain that the project will be carried out. A body of German have offered to come to Baltimore and provide All the capital required for the Enterprise and to bring Over machinery of the latest inventions which it is claimed will extract every particle of Saccharine juice from the beet. They Al agree to hmm Ali the skilled workmen to run the try. The Only stipulation they make is that 2,000 acres of land or More shall be planted the the German sugar beet the product of which will them for running the they contract to take the whole crop and As much More As they can get at $5 per horrible Fate of mrs. John Howe and servant. One of the Saddest and most distressing accidents it has been our duty to record in a Long time occurred last night about 9 o clock in the pleasant Little Home of or. John Howe on Teri a Street Between Greenup and. Scott streets Covington. The details stripped of their More revolting minutiae Are about these or. Howe went into the water closet an Ordinary and seemingly substantial looking Frame building situated immediately in the rear of his House about the hour mentioned and was shortly afterwards followed by his wife. But a moment or. Howe says elapsed after her Entrance when the whole floor of the concern gave Way and fell in and with it its precious Load of Young life and love. Or. Hyde s Lusty cries for assistance attracted first the coloured Domestic in the House Ann Brown who thoughtful Only of those in distress rushed headlong into the same frightful death trap. Next upon the scene of heartrending agony were Frank Stockwood and a coloured Man named Fred Mack two neighbors. Act succeeded with the Aid of those c ladder in using or. Howe within Arm s reach and after gasping by the hand Quot held him in this position a fully Twenty minutes until the fire de apartment summoned by Stockwood with its Hooks and ladders reached the spot when his insensible form was Puhy a but. During this dread fill season of labor and suspense Ste a a Ndu Atroth to Rescue the Woien but did not reach them Junta a Topi at. A the Al Rin of a fire Broth go i spot a hungry crowd of hundreds and when the nature of. The dread Hap Jiening became known the horror expressed was enquirer. 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