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The Cincinnati Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 6, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioThe weekly news-cin4 innate pc wedne8d�, june 1883 Al a new York t. A a Sunrise parties a to the East River Bridge in Regle the Rush to the summer resorts news papers and the Tariff ups and Downs a no count count from the Nile. New York May. 31. Shadow the great Bridge Falls sadly Over the City this morning. Half a million people Are asleep in quiet streets who have lost nearly All interest in the Structure but who will a -. A a Wake soon to think it with a shudder. When this letter is printed in Cincinnati wet will have forgotten it Here and men and women will watch the White sails the River and the Green Hills 8-Tatm Island rising out the Watt tvs to a try while they stand the very place death a a the disaster to by avoided for a t i the Ltd put a Stop to a Cus j \ a it a a a. V a a v. A. A a 9 a is a a a Tom which had just begun among the More refined certain circles test he t in people going to the Bridge in the Early morn it it a \ a a %. A t a w ing hours just before the Dawn in fact to too the Sun Rise. Since the Bridge was opened a morning has not passed when a to a. A i a a a v a i a a a a a a v a v a a a v v $ a. Tip a a w a. A a a re a half dozen carriages containing parties ladies and gentlemen have not driven to the new York Entrance. There the merry parties have descended and gone the Bridge to watch the a glorious orb Day arise from the sea Over Long Island. What a glorious sight the morning after the Bridge was opened 1 was one such a party. We were a going in a for the Beautiful in nature. Tiow Well we were rewarded. But i will not speak a Sun Riso. Too Many have written it in books and there Are too Many places around Cincinnati where the sane scene May be enjoyed though there May not be the possibility reaching a first class restaurant live minutes Aftena re. So jerking to the keeper a Well known Tau rant in Fulton Street very close to the Bridge he told me that he his orders to prepare breakfasts every morning for several weeks in the future for the accommodation i Hose a a Suerhe several deputations from Korosis and other literary and artistic coteries the cities have already watched the birth Day from the Span. / the Brooklyn ites have not As yet indulged in Fokin pleasure b it i have no doubt that when the fashion v. M. Once becomes known everybody in both cities who has any desire to be known As a Lover the Beautiful will boast that lie she has been one a a Sunrise the germans must have taught us the custom. On easter monday Many their societies leave the cite with hands and singers to gather the Orange Hills in hew Jersey and Salute the rising the min with song and shout. A the a a a n Kriwill Pat fast Long. For already we have begun to run away from the City to spoon and dream by the Seaside. All the summer resorts not in the my Mains opened yesterday. Lights Shine at night in the cottages at Newport and curtains Are folded Back Early in the morning at Long Branch ? a warm Day will Send thousands to Coney Island and a Moonlit night will find thousands others the Hudson Palisades. The papers Hare broken out with a Rush time tables and the signboard Are diseased with Carmine posters. The Bohemian writer and artist Are Jovial with the Money they received from the Railroad company for the pictorial poetical guide books and the charitable societies Are asking funds for picnics for Little children. Bathing garments have taken the place the Spring overcoat and a your Winter Stock must be sold at a sacrifice to give room for summer goods. It is summer nearly time to raise the annual howl about the dust in the streets and to remount that Spanish Cid jokes about the sunday school pm Pii and the Young Man Light trousers politicians too Are sinking into rest and quietness. We have no madding contest Ike that in Ohio. In fact it is rather pleasant to look and think How much better to Are off than our neighbors. Tammany smoked the pipe peace the other night and refused to take up the Gauntlet thrown Down by the Cownty democracy All is peace and a Harmony. Governor Cleveland has been endorsed by every democratic faction and Eason is commended All sides. A mild talk is going about president Arthur s visitors. Reporters give daily list the names those who stove called at his hotel but they done to know those who have been permitted to go right up to his apartments without the formality giving their cards to the clerk. There Are sume we pave the privilege. Aleck Powell the presidents coloured Valet knows whom to admit and whom to refuse. Our eminent townsman did no to come Home to a pea one Bridge . He is opening another Bridges that to the pm a Deuce. At present hey4s trying to get his first wire across from the two towers the stalwarts and the half Breeds for with a United Republican party he feels sure carrying the state but it requires such an amount wire wire across. The Lour afterwards with a droll Story that i a Oliou i very sorry indeed to interfere with his bib i Husi Ivess arrangements the Othet Siide Ollie water. To continue his Story he soon got employment one the morning journals and Vojir Way life Lay somewhat together. The Story his life As lie told it was that he was a younger brother Aoh met Pasha who fought so Well with Arabi Bev and accompanied that rebel to the exile in Ceylon Friend the present count Zakharoff had been a Tutor in the University Cairo but Asdis. Missed for inculcating dogmas Liberty. When the War broke out he was in Alexandria and acted As a spy in the English Camp where he was. Veyo Wel come because. He had Btu educated with Many Young English Nobles at Christ Church Oxford. At last he was discovered As a spy and had to flee. At this Pitit in his narrative the count always worked in the dramatic faithful old retainer the family and the Swift dromedary which he tied across the desert. Sands lie held a commission As colonel in a raid s army and As artillery regiments generally need artillery he came to new York to buy some but he found that his errand was in vain. He was Lle cod by sharper and reduced to Beggary when lie began to write the letters it it which 1 have sign Ken. When i first met the count he was Verv shabby but in a Little time he appeared at his Dik every night in a dress suit. When asked the reason that he answered that he was making h a wed by dining every night with a prominent physician this a sly and speaking French to his wife and daughter. There he made Many acquaintances and soon he began to Wear tvs Beautiful rings gifts different Toshi. A pm some Gold watch the gift the sex Kheda Ismail was shown Alit to Lagatol lie remarked then that at one tire he had been reduced very Low and he Pawn these heirlooms. A their Al b came suspicious for his Story was losing co Hefin but he dressed Well always in the Best fashion and began to Dine out nearly every evening. About this time i Learned that he was about to be married to the daughter the prominent physician Lee had moved into an elegant suite apartments fifth Avenue Ltd Cut. Newspaper work Enas he said truly a Liis egyptian wrote some land which were re then came the crash somebody opened a a so fill eyes and when they asked proof a the adventurers stories his princely egyptian family and wealth he could not furnish it. Result miss was sent a to a Catholic he was kicked out and the Young Convent in Canada. The egyptian remit a Jet and gently published in the Sun. These failed him and he began to want and to borrow. Sli Illo. I went to his rooms pm fifth Avenue one Day but he was not there. Then i Learned that the rent for the whole term his cup near was i 11 and the brie a Brac and furniture had been hired but never paid. A. He was Back in the Little den in West eighteenth Street. There i found him looking at some cards which was printed a Coronet and the name count Zakharoff aide de Camp to the emperor. He said he wanted very much to make some my a by and he thought he would go a out West soon and write Leher about the russian Coronation. He was disgusted with new Stork. Just when he had intended settling Down for life with a Rich girl a a the Damn father since then i bad not heard the id you May imagine my Surprise when 1 read that he was figuring As a court among the a eur a the works lev irrigating agricultural lands in Colorado already rival in Magni to to a California acid India. In a pid county four canals will furnish wafer for 60,000 acres this Var. And five others will be completed in time for the next Wop. In Cache la Poudre Valley a canal to .000 acres has been a a a pushed Forward. In one Placeit necessary to Tunnel nearly 1,000 the the canal a to be thirty Miles Iong Twenty feet Broad and four feet deep. The Larimer county canal covers 24,000 Aeres and has already Cost $70,000, with seven Miles still to construct. In Southern Colorado works Are in course construction to cover 100.000 acres. In All Colorado will soon have 275,000 acres supplied from the Large canals while in dozens Mountain Tapp lesser ditches abound which no account is taken in the estimate. Agricula expense for great disadvantage in some respects but after All it is compensated in Otberg. The irrigated land grows excellent crops and the very difficulty in placing the ground under cultivation has the effect to cause greater care and Thrift in cultivating and harvesting the crops so that with a Little capital and experience farm ing in the dry Range is often made extremely profitable. A pulling half re it i Breeds have the Majc have the but the Stull a its state committee and both sides want to keep their grip what they have got. It seems very much As if this time it is the turn for the democrats to profit by the Republican blunders. So far in spite numerous efforts there has been not the faintest approach to a reconciliation Between tiie two wings the Republican party. What the president May have done to heal the wound is not known but certainly the actions the leaders do not show that the two towers have yet been connected by even As in Ucb As a single wire. At last the Herald has taken a decided stand one political question before it has been decked which ride will be favored by the people. Hitherto that paper has been a Uible which any one might read and fish out a doctrine to suit himself. Now it has declared in favor free Trade rather to put it More correctly. It has attacked Protection. Not very vigorously to be sur for it is not certain itself As yet. Get Raj the bulk its buyers May favor Protection and then course the Herald must favor Protection. I fear very much however that the democratic Tariff reformers will find Little support in new Sun said the other Day that the question was settled and must not be talked any longer. Its cry is a abolish the internal Revenue system. That is Randall talk. The Star Abo considers the Tari if question settled. It will go into Battle crying a Down with the world that former free Trade giant believes the biblical remark is common Good sense which says t hat some also there Are in my father s mansion who stand and wait. I Haven t got out the family Bible to lookup , As my eldest sister keeps the holy volume locked up lest my Young Brot h e r my ipod. It the a Jris a but a who visits us every other evening. My father always Tery methodical in his habitat entered the dates our births the Day we were Pra it maybe said that the i Imes and the Post both Republican journals Are the papers who fight the for a Tariff for Revenue Fly Chi Reading Over the Cable inf Miklti vhf i noticed a Small item co the effect that a count Zakharoff an agent for several american Cotton Mills a Hud been Threa nud with death by the Frish near Galway for trying to induce the be ant girls to emigrate this country As apprentices in tiie Mills which he represent. The a a county called me a few weeks before he left Liis cite which was about a month ago and i amp Ken for the Small loan $5, in egyptian remit Fattor which he was certain would be in the next foreign mail. be Rity f a Tris Liea for f had Learned that the count had a my pier and that at least one Young lady very goo Ltd social standing Here was metering some by Ted Hopes with her tears a fat Quot just after the recent War broke out in a vols. Deval. Botanist at the Ohio agricultural Experiment station suggests several sat hods ascertain ing the vitality seeds the easiest which he says is the Gravity test. This consists putting the seeds in a Glass water and leaving them from t Warar it to thirty six hours if All do not sink sooner. All Good seeds most varieties will soon sink but old dry seeds and those Juji thred before they Are matured will float for a greater less length time. Apis test is not entirely to it it be Roli amp upon for Many seeds that have had their vitality destroyed by age by heat by freezing will sink As readily As Good seeds. Another method is to place the seeds upon Sand Between sheets blotting other bib Ulous paper upon the Sand which should be kept quite wet and in a warm place. Another test about As Good a a Nappy test a is to throw Hie atolls Myhl Kloff plate Good pop throwing them from the plate Ile the Noor ones will remain and be come charred. Seeds Cam also be merited before the planting season by sprouting them in a hotbed a Box Light Loam placed in a warm window. Observing persons can a Prear accurately the Quality seeds by their a it Warance and feeling. Namu ii Saya the Lowell came Down to the office the other morning made him a Surprise visit and presented him with an elegant Ami valuable clock. His face was Sie Klied Over with a Pale cast of1 thought which was noticed by the clerk. The latter asked the old Man what was the matter. F4lt�?Ts just this a answered Parisee after a Long pause a that clock would no to have Cost less than $100. It was an extravagant piece business and must not be allowed to occur again. You May give notice a 10 per cent reduction in wages to commence with the first the my t�iere4s something about your Daugh . Wang hop said reflectively a a there a something about your daughter a a to a Ord Tia it yes a said old . Thistle nod a there is i had noticed it myself. It comes every night at s clock and it does t get away and some Reese eke hings am going to lift it All t Oarl the Way from the front parlor to the Side a. Wihr tic there is in it a Connec-.1� that London Ine one encouraging feature in Tith with the dynamite business Folph Godf Tori Fey a writer to the times who asserts a the effect ions Nitti Glycerine is intensely that a the Power exerted surr umling objects is in the inverse ratio the cube distance from the Point the Enlo Sion. S a Vienna scientists say it is the easiest thing in the world to foretell the weather by observing the common american White Puiq Copinus strobes. If we Are to expect rain Snow within a reasonably Short space time the branches the last two seasons growth will be pendulous. Fist Tali weather be a Jong Way off the branches will be than drooping. Egypt a Optie we York papers began fishing vivid letters from Tlle scene a utilities. Terse expresion and pictured the scenes the skirmishes and fights with All the accuracy Iff life Ai Canvas by Detaille. Papers in different Lar cog a also began to publish similar letters and Many comments were made them. Ill a tree time afterwards i Learned that ail these letters were written in a Little den the top floor a tenement House in West eighteenth it rect and i was introduced to the writer. T he gave his Hame which i shall not re my Lor lie never do any thing absolutely wrong tin t i know acid Alt wether he Reagan cd a Clever got nature a Bohemian and lightened up Piui a no a said Bio Vermont Man who was shot in the Headfo a Ida Friend while they were out Hunting lost the most an ear and was considerably scratched �?o1 done to mind the wounds so much Hub it Breaks a Jpn a a Jet to have my head mistaken by my most intimate Friend for a i. Ill Iii i my the Savannah news suggests that Cong res make an appropriation to investigate p Mph a Oread Oes to the end that threatened sections country Nuy be warned the danger. A a it san a a i in i Al rage for a cd it a rat recently clip Ureil in that City we Hose stomach a Diamond was found. The rated a my. A Al list woman a but Oam there is no Way getting at her Aget second woman a to yes there is multiply it by Reform in the Tariff new Russ from traders Tariff Reform to re untied Forward sex ireian onto Dodge the Lisica Duthoit mich., May Nat onal fre Trade rur Derence assembled in this City today consisting a number prominent advocate the Fri tra to the object being an interchange views As to the Best method to he pursued for the propagation their Dia pne Tive Princi Pire. The attend Muco a it not Large. The conference was called to order at noon by win. A Johnlee this City and Tbs temporary Organ Zaban was effected by the Choice j. Sterling Morton Nebraska hair a an Janoa a. Mcdonald Michigan and c. A Trot Tara Nurr Kilimi. The committee permanent organization re port c 1 the following officer who were elected a resident. Hon. Paid a. We la a nne Ehm vice presidents. Win. H. Springer Illinois feb. H. Smith. Iowa Austin ii. Skown Indiana Charlea Francia Adams jr., Ulysses Tanner. Minnesota Wilard to scr Michigan k it Taylor. Missouri Morton Kim Ai fun now a Xii. Or arts it. Himl Ohio James n. He Thane Virglnia a a a a Llam Mumm 8ecretarlen sell Iowa and Jam ii. Mcdonald. Michigan e r i Ole son. Willie Ailiin an. President Wells upon taking the meeting was one the most remarkable in any sense held since the close the War. Those men had come together to affirm the right to sell and buy without restriction. He referred to the depression business a throughout the country and the prevalence labor strik a and said that Befoy Long the pres five events will crr Raoul answer to the que Elton Why in this land Jdc nov and Good Fri egg there was Micu Mimi Tion and distress it was a question time a a. Hen the element Iwler Repfie this free Trade question should assert itself. Letters regret from liable Francis Adamsjr. Of i to ton. And la Erry Helm out new York were read. Or. Adams favored a reduction revenues to what was necessary in time peace. In making this reduction protect manufacturers by removing the tax raw material a. Put Coal Ore and Wool the free list. Ijo not tax tools books machinery. Extend the free list so that manufacturers will be in a position to contend with the nine Ufa Turcus other lands in the open markets the world. Do not lax Hood 11.1 _ a. 1 ,. S medicines. Or Art. Belmont favored keeping tip the Tariff discussion Advance the pres Derrial be Tiou. It was impossible to Tell How far the effects the last Tariff Bill might compel new legislation by Congress but from All appearances commercial interests would Bear testimony before the end the coming session to the necessity further and corrective legislation. The opera House a Well filled tonight. View president Springer presiding. A introduced d. A. Wells who made a speech two hours in length. Or. Wells was followed by professor Terry who gave an interesting account the growth free Trade sentiments during recent Yeats a a a. Detroit june 1.�?today�?Ts session the free Trade conference after ring a plan for the wider and More thorough organization the free Trade league adopted the following report the committee address this conference submits to americans that Revenue Reform has now let Econie a Paramount vital Issue in National polities. We desire to obtain to the greatest practicable extent the same Freedom Trade among nations which exists among the states be Union. We see in the abuses the prent Tariff the chief Ehster nation to the continued development and Prosperity the country. To do away with these abuses we ask the help alike those who believe that free traders an essential part american Freedom and the commercial policy consistent with business stability and those who recognize that the abuses the present unjust and unequal protective Tariff keep us from the enormous Export Trade we ought to have and forms the most serious hindrance to american Industrial Progress. We submit that Protection does not protect tiie classes it claims to pro0r that to protect the few at the expense the Many is inconsistent with the principles Republican government and the revised Tariff 18f�, raising some duties and. By intentionally confused classification maintaining others it pretends to reduce is a device tiie alarmed protectionists to Avert honest Revenue Reform. American manufacturers need cheaper material in order to contend successfully in competitors it protected manufacturers Are Tew among the Many and even these have generally been hindered rather than helped by so called Protection. American labor even in protected industries is discovering that it a gets no higher wages by Protection that it can buy less with its Money and can save loss me poorer Tariff hurts him. The is the More the higher wages which generally prevail in America Are due to Superior , which would be increased by removal the Tariff is absolute free Trade in labor restrictions. Can import the cheap labor m is denied the right to buy goods in tiie cheapest Market. Labor pays less in protected european countries than in free t Rade England. In tee Cotton manufactories the afer pro to a age wages paid Here Are actually less the wages paid in England. Tiie profits Protection go to monopolists . The very men Quot a ingress us. Usu. Pm us cd Usu for american labor were importing cheap strip the Northwest its for ests. The bomb Inchcl pottery manufacturers i Ohio Cut Down wages and rats charge a american Banda the moment the Tariff their products was increased. The monopolists corrupt Legisla exercise their votes a a a a a a Mph Hiher is constituting More than half our voters bearing with the workingmen the Burden All the taxes pay for Protection and get a a tested Market and none it they sell in an Ungro buy in a protected one. Protection taxi s the poor Man far More heavily than the Rich it restricts the Farmers Market by shutting out those who would Exchange with him it burdens the Manu realm mrea recast re his Materia a without Incret Jung the amount his Ages workmen in every line business. A a Quot the True interests America Are bound together in free Trade equal taxation Farmers rights manufacturing Prosperity and Iii her wages. The government the United states has inn Monai Otner right to impose taxes 011 people except with the intent and result Treasur Codi to pay the Public debt and provide for the defense aug general welfare and All i taxes Cal led protective Laid with different intent and result ought to be abolished and we favor the promotion reciprocity and the repeal the navigation Laws which have destroyed our merchant Marine. Counsel Ali immediate formation party though we recognize that Many re pub pm fire Gebrem n v t null Iii a lit j r Laicans and Many democrats losing Faith in n parties desire to unite politically for genuine Revenue Reform. But incas the existing in their utterances in selecting candidates designating their leaders in Congress per tacit try oppose evade Reform we advise Revenue reformers to prepare for Independent political action. Meanwhile we Call upon those who think with us to make existing Public sentiment visible by organization to extend it by discussion and other education to make it practical at the polls by questioning candidates for Congress and by voting in congressional Campaign for Candi dates who will Best serve the cause. Of Tariff re a vow. A. A form. This address is issued in behalf Freedom the Mast precious result political action and in lie half Prosperity whose Broad and lasting basis is found in the perfect Freedom human activity bounded by the equal privileges All men. The conference was addressed by t. G. Shearman in a lengthy and carefully prepared speech. He was followed More briefly by Hon. Win. M. Springer Illinois after which the conference finally adjourned. Bayard views str Pron Sineni a statesmen \ Tarim to question. New Toik May 29. world publishes letter written to . Pull tzar by senators Bayard and Mcdonald respecting the Tariff question. The former says a any Ihirg like finesse the appearance finesse a trick in dealing with such an Issue As the Tariff for Revenue Tariff for the Protection certain classes Citi zeus will greatly weaken the party resorting to 1 know a position More impregnable and upon which it is More important for the democratic part to form its line than that pub lie property can Tor private use under any pretext. The ground upon which any individual can be deprived his property is to Benefit the Comora arises must under Mir quarters be justly compensated. The form exaction is immaterial As Muzii so As the place and a tax collected in the Interior at a Man s residence. It it a at the seaport entry and under the Tariff Law. An excise direct tax Law it is All the sumo and to be justified must be in the name and for the use the government the United states. With to principle once Laid Down the rate taxation will be easily measured by Public exigencies and such a spectacle As was witnessed at last session Congress a handful men representing private interests and controlling and moulding the Public Law taxation to suit those interests will never again be tolerated by honest Public Benator Mcdonald says the Tariff Issue connected with the general subject Revenue Reform. Will necessarily bean important question in All future political contests until it is settled upon doctrines the Constitution and principles sound political Economy. We May be some time reaching a solution the question but As the Public mind comes to be enlightened. It will not be satisfied Vite and Tariff that has in not for its government nor Wun the aeta tinny Tariff Law in which the duties Laid upon foreign me Chandise shall be above the Revenue Point. Indian a foli8. To pay privileges note he the Wool growers awards in Ltd exhibit the Foreman murder cases general notes. A a , May 31.-the Indiana Wool growers association continues in session today. A. E. Sprague Secretary the Ohio Wool growers association read an address a the he a Aid he a an a Merien and As a itch was a protectionist Ile Aid a Tariff Means Rompe Jiing. A foreigner reason Abib to secure the our Market. To this key set i Harangue oblivious the million the Tariff causes every body in a Tal country who wears cloth to pay to the few protected Wool growers. I a the course his remarks lie said the cry free Trade came from Lugland. Go error Rafter also made an address in. The course which he said he hoped to see the time when Indiana shall be a Grea sheep and a less hog growing state apparently ignorant the fact that As states increase in population they de Cline in sheep farming that Industry seeking Evar the ewer poorer and cheaper lauds. Altogether the Tariff advocate a come to be out gauge. Congressman feeble also roam an address and announced himself As in favor Protection but confined his remarks chiefly to the record i party in Congo pm question. I lie committeeman a the exhibit reported a follows Best Sample Fig wools Thomas Wilhart. A a Grant m Henry county first a l. Thompson Down i. Al p. Farquhar a Adolfh county a a county Sun county second heavy Fine fleece a. Or Shi Hito i in Nalyvan la weight 294 pounds first Premium j. N. Coulter Manon 21 �?~4 pounds second a Evv Long Wool w. D. Privett �7h pounds first 8. W. Dugau i5>i pounds second Grade Wool s. W. Dungan. Tiie Ini Linna suprent Cour Eipl dec blvd that a married woman it an not enter into a Copartnership with her husband any other person for the Pur it Ose carrying a partnership business and that she is not liable for goods sold to a partnership firm in which she is a partner. Lupia Maeotta june 1�? Edward Kelley fifteen years old while adjusting a Belt in a steam laundry this morning was caught in the revolving Pulley and shafting whirling and twisting life arms and legs out place. Golf the laundry girls were present but Quot tie them the engine Ami stopped it it Portune a. The out Crit brought a swarm Mea hat nos it it them did anything until a member the fire department came and Cut the clothes that bound him. It is thought the boy will recover. The sentiment is growing unit Era by Effort should be made to have the Cre Smoot City Rufie new Orleans and the i ills come Here to the August Encampment and Drill for that pure $10.1100 which the merchant i Between tic be two companies. De tended John a. Irwin late a stat Atit postmaster badge Woods in the Feriera. Court has in at Anderson to one year in the Northern prison for stealing letters fro m the mat if jux Tom Saint and Miles u Reed charged with Ceil eting illegal pension lined each $25 and Cost. A gentleman with an office in the by it Ura to Trade building says within a year five different sets visitors have been squeezed at the adjacent bucket Zhupa i by i re Tel Irel out Quot almost every Hal it it visitor and not More than one two those who Wab died the ticker three months ago can now be seen. A Large number Farmers have been among the victims. The right Jacob l. Biller to has pure a country recorder which a contested has been affirmed by the supreme court. The following cases were decided in the supreme cirt today. V Quot Sarah Kitts is. W. A. Wilson it Ripley c. C. A a reversed Zol Lars. J. I Ilizal the Fitzpatri it k is. William papa. Allen c. C. Affirmed. Kliott. J. Quot try North Vernon a Mary Voegler. Jen Nigos a. Affirmed Best u. Tiie Standard Oil company is. Lemuel Bachelor . Reversed. Niblack c. J. Lafayette a Wildcat gravel Road a. Mary a. Van Taiti it Al. Tippecanoe c. C. Affirmed. Black a. A Bocca Jones it Al. Is. Fernando Jones it 1. Madison c. \ Morris v v Nelson d Pouser is. John a Packman. Well . Reversed. Franklin. C. Thomas j. N Iyehol is. Jesse Henry. Madison g. C. Reversed Best c. Harrison m. Dill Hii is. Jaoes Dill non it Al. Monroe c. C. Affirmed. Biak c. Iantha Harmon it is. Daniel Ilar court. A Ltd a Initiator. Marlon c. C. Reversed. Bicknell . A a ave Hebron gravel Road company is. Alison her by. Tippecanoe c. C. Affirmed. Bicknell c. The following edition for Reh Cariner was granted. State sex re i. Scott is. Lafayette National Bank /. A. The following petitions were denied Switzer is. Hawk Montgomery c. C. Mccabe is. Berge. Monroe c. C. Boots is. Griffith Montgomery a. It Menough is. T handler Arr ii c. C. M Ler is. Griffith Montgomery c. C. A narrow escape from a singular death. , o., May 31. A labourer named Frederick rot Schinski had a miraculous escape from a living death Here today. He was employed in digging the foundation for a new business Block and Sank in a bed Quicksand. The Trace the Man was Liis hat and thirty Neu were Busy in a moment shovelling few by the Sand. Several attempts to dig the Man out proved fruitless. Roi Oshinski was growing weak and faint., and things began look critical when Richard Ody obtained a flour barrel stove in the head and Bottom and placing the empty Shell Over rot Achinski head used it gently downward. In five m in otes flip Laid shoulders barrel and a rope was adjusted under his arms and he was hauled out his living grave faint badly injured recover. Ivov a Good Start for a graveyard. Salida col., May 30.�?this evening two Drunken miners raised a disturbance and City marshal Baxter Stingely started to arrest them. On named Evans started fur the marshal with a knife when the marshal shot and oklred hint the orb a Miner named Thom is Nice Meyer alien shot mar shag Stingley be put marshal James h. Bathurst Ait a Man named Thomas d. Gandomi after which he started for the mountains whip a party citizens in Pursuit. Before lie was captured nine Mayer shot and killed 1pn. H. Brown one his pursuers. At the e present writing the dead Are Brown. Evans and Gan nos Deputy marshal Bat nost i Dyfrig and Matathas Stingly is in a critical is great excitement and Strong talk Lynching Quot nine Mayer. A they will have our meat. A -. ,. A new York May it la it is reported Tho produce Exchange Thot. Notwithstanding the de Cre Pfosi Bitita against the importation american meet into France and Germany Large a a. Of a it Ork Are surreptitiously imported into those coun Triin. One the Large provision inspectors the Exchange was asked today if this were True. A Well a he replied a i May at this very moment be engaged inspecting a Large Quantity pop up and Bacon intended for shipment to Matiiw Pill whether its importation is winked at by French Rifici vials. Or w Hether it is got in As English meat i have not a . The latter however has been a Mavorite method evading the decree. A pm. A Mph the Chicago Ghoul indicted Chicago june 1, Gas real Jorv has censured the Board county commissioner for fostering the traffic that has been going in the Paiper dead by the prevailing is tem letting the work oat by yearly Contact and returned an ind Lement qty l under Tanker Chaffee for in Sui g the traffic. Of forty four cases in which Chaffee ered to him one was found to be True the. Body Daniel Parker being delivered to by brother. It is now supposed that Chaffee who at last accounts was in the bermudas will never return voluntarily to the City and he will probably have to be sent for. Eleven persons drowned and scalded but Ston May 30. yacht Skylark a Mph Ted to r this afternoon and the following persons i test divid Butler and Mut the Ney Forest to lulls James Wood and James Cleary Boston Richard Brien m Fouth Boston and another unknown Man. A steam Gottage Colt Board tee foam Barge Andrew Norater Buist this afternoon her was from Point Bines severely scalding John s. Clear a Boston and Edwin it Hart the in Fiu Eer who will probably die. Burt Mcnamara Lenry Mcie arty East Boston and Andrew Mcintyre were also severely scalded probably fatally. A Curion Accident to water work. Kim Tthum ttfn., May 36.�?toitht Fot ape den t occurred Cater tag damage to the Knoxville water works. The Bottom one the reservoirs drop d out emptying in five minutes. 600,000 gallon water into a Cave beneath. The water did not come to the surface though the reservoirs Are a Hill several Hundred feet High. The existence a Cave a not dam aged. A Vesg the Knoxville water a Reffo had turned the water into the Mains today with imposing ceremonies. Rebre a a a a a boy killed by a Wagon. Aurora. Ink. May 30.�? a Verv sad and Fyfo Accident happened in the lower part the cite. As the express Wagon George thy Lor was re turning frown the cemetery with a Load Pas sengers a Little boy by the name Faulkner at a for d to catch tin i Revere Are Upter to eaten the Wagon but missing i hold he fell to the ground and the wheel the so seriously that do Ith resulted almost immediately. The boy i it i he a a me one that had an Arm broken a year to ago by sliding Down main Street during the icy season. A my am a Mottoa is will. Clef my and 0., june 1.�?amass stones will is not yet record accost Ible but trustworthy information is that he leaves $100,000to Ade Birt College making his contribution to that institution 5cuu, property valued at $l,tx>p.0i>0 to his widow and the remainder i Fortune variously estimated at $fi,000,00 to 12,00 outto his two daughters mrs. Colonel Hay and mrs. Saunie Mather whose Huab amb Aiex tutors estate. Ujj it Rerer Ehre a great damage to the Urs. Cox Arwyn a cavities in six Northern Ohio con tits is state that the late mins have Soliere the Riviere. A the rivets Cree tar and Small Streun and that great damage to it it crops i it the result. The Corn crop All Over tin Northern part the state is either destroyed out badly damaged Ami Farmers Are disconsolate the vegetable crop is also badly damaged. Trouble in to Fla a w York. J tin bad fore a a a a a re ported to the Merman tue Agency r. G. Dun a a co. During the last seven Davs number 151, an againstt5ts last week. The new England states had 21. The Middle states 16, the Western 42, the Southern 26, the Pacific states and territories 13. New York City 8, and Canada and the prov inces 25. I killed in preventing runaway. It most o., june morning a team attached to Ston Wagon ran away main Street. Two other team ran away and Abra hum Opp. In trying to prevent another run away was knocked Down and run Over. Tie sustained fatal injuries and died tonight. Lie leaves a wife and several children. Tac Arfet 1 Ever at Hei Tail. , Al Juki is Epi Demice at Bridgeport and the St by co Ning alarmed. It is confined to the out skin is the town. Four Yofon cases and one death have developed in one family in the last Twenty four hours. A bad <hwfo.and, o., May 30. A Fin Liny special re the streams at flood height the Corn rot led crops inundated and the Farmers Dis heart Efta the season in this Region has been Ward cold and Liard rain almost continuous for weeks. A they won 11 Ltd no a Foh fog. Boston. May 81.�?tbi Board overseers Harvard College by a vote 11 to 15, today re fused to Confer the degree . On love tar but ire. A 1 a a it Urigh clears out rats mice Roaches flies Ante bed bugs skunks chipmunks gophers la be. Drug Vanderbilt University meeting the Alvini and the societies. The education the negro Tenry wat discourses Side Southern . Nashvl a la May 29.�?a t re Vanderbilt a uni am wit no i Foual ban jut today among Tai s it laments most loudly applauded a aft sex pram a a Javor fun Edsa Foott the Volore Ltd race in the South and. That civil Liberty a hollow mockery without education commensurate with its Wespon Sybili lire it y i further declared that ufos Van Murii association wer the Best sources the proper consider atom the Subj to their thorough education a aliment was loudly applauded and the neg it oilers in attend 4�� let a the banquet a a tiny join fog in i applause. Toni Gap at the Sandef bit a a a Hon. Henry was Treaon delivered an address before the literary societies the University taking for pm subject a the Homicidal Side Southern he said thei Outh had been troied to thee As tin u Oracle to the super Ilion levity the Wpm signal wit. The be righteous no a flip proc ssh onal Saint and the victim thus dazed i n the presence a a b virtue and a Uttof met Mem guilt us ate tit a contest Arti the and letters to Cope with an and agonist trained in both had been reduced to the familiar Blit in potent retort to it pm off a a matched the unpunished murder in Houth pan with the unpunished murder in Connie to Veao Asb offset to the pardoned Cut it a Assassin in Ueo via. The acquitted Assassin. Pennsylvania. La gets the later a Kentucky a Jig got Large Why up does that native Ohio an sex governor and a citizen repute who fur no cause shot Down an inoffensive Young Man whom he suspected harbouring a truant son. / to v a a a Fath a related How the courier journal had answered the criticisms 0� a cinc Luatt paper by republishing tiie Ohio crimes reported in that paper until an a a Orel be came a necessity Mph that Endrey Troverso. 1 am not Here to defend crime any sort degree. But i declare that the whole Cash against the 8outh As made out by our a orthere critics h false and i is Ert that nowhere in the world Ere the weak and poor in other words. The Emigrant class so set ure a it they Are with us.crime., he said As crime is the offspring Conditi a. Afo Reform must go within and not fimm without. There is no in Lieret difference Between the tie North and those the South. Let each Section therefore put its Home in order. Lot each look to is faults. Neither is Likely to exercise any go it gtd by criticising the feature the other not a Lxi the sb0111 d remember the rant who reproaching her offspring upon a certain obliquity gait was gent y reminded Kochert in our country is the taking life punished adequately. Engl and her Oan goes Ioto Couri with plenty friends and Money has at least an Ven Chance with the jury. Much the ill Renta which is visited upon the South is tre diurnal. There was a time when what was called a the code Honor prevailed among us. It a the fashion for Public men. Particularly for journalists to go out and flight. If individuals must Settle their disputes by a resort to arms perhaps the prearranged Duel offers the fairest Mode adjustment but the trouble about such affairs was that if Thev were Ever conducted with a chivalrous regard to the equities pts re it Nal combat they degenerated into the merest jockeying for advantages. It was this which in England abolished dueling Fri i setae with us May be a a Robed in part to the same cause joined to the absurd figure which the professional dualist Cut in the War Between the sections. One an 1 All they made he poorest soldiers. They could not endure fatigue they could pot tolerate discipline and in Many cases they turned out to be not merely Luzy and Idle braggart but pusillanimous cowards. Today no Southern Man character and responsibility would sen-1 accept u Challenge. He would shrink not so much from the encounter As from the disgrace and less from the disgrace than from the contempt which has fallen upon the a a settlement Piner and the reciprocal Tali wimm cation Mutual a satisfied Honor. To Hare not reached the millennium vet in the South no More have the people the North. But the fighters have had their Day just a Texi great War there was a childish h Effort ii ado in certain quarters to revive the tourney. It was a dismal failure. The spirit chivalry was met by the Genius labor and the struggle was for an instant . Work won it. And so the hemp a four time Are fast becoming the victors in Man s and woman a flight for human Freedom and intellectual Morel and phys Leal development. The spirit the age is movement and nowhere in the world is in More Earnest More Active than it is at this the South the evil is a false but waning Standard Manly courage and Honor. Its origin is a tradition its existence a casualty. The remedy is in the hands the churchmen the schoolme0, newspapers and until these Flient Ami unworthy an entire Community should born if a civilization less than a Century Obi As justly might i Iveigh against the Soriani Fabri the great City now York As illustrated w a race Jot my Parven yes who. Come without Effort to sudden wealth imagine it a Fine and the tartly thing to imitate the bail manners the English and to emulate the b id morals it it . They Are a dts the Btu Glisn the South but the Cre to Tureson a Day. Both Lasiw like file i tedi it vhf bandits . The Blaek Forest and the Ribald beaux the restoration will Rota the a Fiodor a Aigi fogs into the jumbo Al forgotten legend and satire. In the meantime we May safely Trust the result to the better sense and judgment the communities mostly and immediately concerned. I do protest against the Effort to single the South out from ail the world and to Fence us round with Black Purga fowl lines As a culprit whose re demotion shall wait a Mhz strangers alike to the Good a heaven help a and mend us. North and South neither us is aay too Good and inst Tod thinking ill one another end see Kane each to Square the conscience his brother by his own it were fitter that both should fall upon Knees beseeching mercy and Light from the giver wait upon the Ciprice to Appling the Turtle. Where the Alderman a favorite food is a caught Imper shins a Gurtler. From the Newyl Ork soft. A no they ainu to in pain a said an ancient skip at the Fulton Marke a i Dock wkkkkkkkkkh9 a piece scantling under the head a Blear eyed Turtle that was lying in the Sun. A it looks cruel to Kep Tofoi a Rifted their backs but water is dashed Over Quot Mem every hour so and 1 reckon they have an easy time it but it is rough to p t a a to not in the so a before a rant aut. And tack a pm card the Shell a to be served this Day that Safe i is taking amp Nuh due adv amp Tan Fogt Yin can to expect be tins in men that deals in food Al they care for is to fill you up. In a Down a i Utso a a a a cow a Omre Rejon. A i struck Here a month ago a replied the ski a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a in i had to shift he for myself. I signed papers with a rest Eraut Matt up the Street Hete to provide thre Square ideals a Day and one Day. I being Tond Turtle i brought m a Young Green that id kept and requested to have it made into soup. Wall tit next Day dropped into the Market and there was that very Turtle for Sale. Be see i had my private Mark him. 1 did no to let but the Way to dinner i Peke l up Vifot Oll shipmate mine now in the pro i a orce and invited him to try the soup. A a a i i Iii some Black and soon As i d the waiter Bro walk it in some Black s , seasoned i says Send the Bossy a out he Cam a a Smil lbs All Over. Hut 1 brought him we with a Ift find turn. Save it a this fore set to a kind weak. 1 to Ecta a says i a regt tit foe kind cd fight Jiler Kaply footy Al Fiu Down the to Mig. To a foil i i go with my Friend Here Terefe Reyz i a a a parti prefer. Trefoni a it a die mayor said the oi4 Taatto with a grift a the planked Down the $10 and we walked out. Its Windy when they get the Bilge old am. No Salt Boss mock Turtle for me a then you Are in the hurtling business a asked Bis com pan Ion. A Kwa Fly it in fool Fob rets the reply a we fish in to Havana Trad 11 Winter aft Tol the Spring if we ail the Turt Foi we can. There s always a Market for Mem. Where and we catch Ero Wall Mattiy round Mark Maro uis Teu Tuge ses we buy a Likely lot from the con ii crawls at key West. Sport Wall some thinks it s port i used 10 think i sport to go Crow shooting when l was a Yonker but when the old Man me a Twitt the. Torn Field to shoot ##fw8 All Day it with str Tittl yet git Surtz Ted with it. About thin id the month Aroun 6ou up to Midsummer. The Keya Here Are six seven in number nothing Mem but Sand Ansley and Bay Cedar Bushes. On Garden key there tap big fort but there a two keys that turtles comes ashore . And Why that a so i in blk t if i Kin Tell. On Loggerhead key to he Westward the loggerheads Cote up and 11 lever see a Green Turtle there yet. But 011 East eve. About five Miles Oil there you git All the Green turtles you want. I a a what a the difference we if you had the two made into a leak you a Tell like enough. The Loggerhead is bigger tougher. And uglier and brings about Oue third what the Green turtles do the latter being Fine form delicate like. The Loggerhead is just like an old new Bedford pal Forte while Tutt Green Turtle is a Reg bar Clipper ship. Wall As to How we catch Mem. We run Down to the key and Lay the smack and late in the afternoon put ashore in the Dingles and Mak a amp in the Bushes. Then hand takes a walk round the Beach close to the water in that Way he strikes tiie tracks up at Onet follows Mem up and so finds the nest. Quot Eglof Good Wall info a matter u taste. In be seen Turtle pegs the Galley stove forty eight hours and they never changed a bit Cookin Don t affect Mem a mite and the Way 1 Ever saw pm eaten was when they were taken out the Turtle Foffi formed Lookin like yellow Granes and dried the Sun until hard and eaten like cheese they kind taste Tike it. I turtles done to be Munly come ashore until after Dar. Pry Twenty minutes so one the hands takes a round and when he comes to i easy to see by Ligi rushes and if the Turtle to move and you be got to it tic but Flotte s just through about dig he 1 turn and make trunk to the water in a Payin she wont wait till she tire a Way Asil a caution to sinners. The first time i tackled one she got the Start me. And i rat p in hand Tost in time so catch about a Barre Mno a 8h_. Threw it with Al four flippers. Like a Alfmil Fli i i a i Phi Stern wheel Steamer him no my eve 0 1 mat Sot Down att yelled a a a a Lua attire Rehl Rebii while Latt i Slid. % off into the water. Ii with a grip jest behind the fore flippers Send the big Oue Over i done the in print. Are Slit with a. I. Knife and made fast with rope yarn and she a Rea in to ship and left right big Turtle the Turner gives a sing but Abd a couple bands go the run to give him a lift. I be been one these men and i ainu to no Babbs. A trying to lift a he Loggerhead Over and you Len t. She struck my mate Over the head with tier foe Flipper lie first time 1 raised her Aud he went Down just a if head been sent up. The and talk about bulb dogs she nigh to tuck me overboard Hgt other Matt Beni. Iron. With lord a Mem Western rain Ery. Tremendous storm descends in Council Bluffs tread Mill All a go lift she took he capital pm ize $150,000 at hundreds thousands Dol with for the water All the time taking us right along and throwing Sand like a Windmill. At last it be got and the satisfaction i gut was a ride there was a Sii Oal piece that ran off about two h and red Yards and As she hinged Foff Tower i me to he Elt Ige the Channel quicker than j Ever went through the water Afore. Ill turtles Ain t so stupid As people think. I be often watched them a sometime they come up in front the Camp. First you hear a kind sight a Ltd asthma like then in the Moon Light you la see a Black head a Rookin Foo and. Up Shee omes a Little at a time but Afore sue leaves the water she makes sure there ainu to no one around then goes for the Beach crawls right up Clore to the Bush where the water never reaches and where during the Day its almost red hot. Then she picks out a place and commences to dog with her Hind Teet until a Hole shout three feet deep is dug and a a. M _ a a _ into this the a is Are dropped some i a a a a Wink a is i a a a a a a a a a a a a Iii Aud instead going taht by est and there Yott att Edge the Bush. A w ays and then strikes 200 Caine up so ail be know when be find tracks is that the nest is somewhere be we n pm. And a Green hand is like to make a to till Hunt for it. Sometimes As Many As a dozen Are turned in a night and sometimes qary one. T hey like Bright Moonlight nights though. Tire next ia., june 1.�?at 6 a a Hsk this evening one . The worst rain storms that Ever a tatted info Yieh beset in and for tour hours it poured Down in torrents. Indian Creek we Ipoh Yon through to h Esfi a a a the Eniy Over flowed and the Damp Utnage w As roughly estimated at-t2toi0t a Sven Iron Bridge and two Stone Cetl Yttria Beum gang to the Eity were so lot away Dofoo. Several dwellings and barns along the a reek. All business houses main and Broadway Street Ocic flooded. See ral losses life Are reported. The water in the streets Blo it from the Creek was wait a a Swift current. Cries for help could be heard in every dire lion but the swiftness the current rendered assistance in possible. A particulars Are Verv difficult to morning we git Mem into the Dingy and Tuen no a Block and tackle and git Aud ran for key West most Skippers Boa Rel that make any business have crawls the tits the Northwest Side a it the key. Ump is where turtles can t crawl out. Nothing but a feted in place in four rive feet water., and in <1 this and the turtles to lobe kept tin i led for As Tain tonight. Reining the Fol stat Western the flood Rose at it. A a was most Terf Lilc a Quot Iowa Ever experienced so quickly Phat Many business Fien found it impossible to reach their wives. And children. And a number. Narrowly escapes death from drowning. The gloom and mourn ing it the City tonight is Universal. The no opt Rell will say a most frightful calamity occurred last evening after 6 clock. Captain. Kidd said Ubau he buried the pot it Gold. It a these crawls Hose the conches a Call when we work up along. The turtles Are taken out and stowed their Bucks and dashed with water and live for any time. A what a re die conches Wall they re a part the population key in a part in and -ft#8ised to live conches. But i Neva i set a ohm a at one. And i Stockon a Othius but a per a onh Taekle Ero. Tiie one Oes have a curious Way Cost Chiuz with a Peg. Sea rift be might fall i Lookin jest like about two but the Simf turds a Peg inches off the cud a in re tided be. 1 hater is made fast to a Long grouper line about As big line and made to lit into a Long pm it be. With this Rig they self i Over the Reed with a Dingy and when they see a Turtle asleep the Bottom lying the top they let him have it. You d think such a plug would to suction keens it in. And a a Mijes rare incy git a atom i Staco a Lien. Galil. It a Lon t Liburt the Critter .y stick in the Shell aude a be worked right Ouw which a Barbad Spear a a there a another Turtle they git the reef the Hawks ill the Cyl a Fine eat in. But the Shell is the a t valuable being made into Embs and the like. On the South american coast they take tiie shot off by Rcd a tin and Lettma the Critter go. To grow another. Day j e Ever see a Gall a Pas Turtle no. A Weil to a a Terrapin for you. Land turtles four feet Long and three feet High that tote along a Man a three Mem just Iliae a horse. 1 lauded 011 the Island in 61 and brought Sway a half a dozen Mem. The w Hole Island is marked with their tracks leading from the water into the Coues. They re the biggest land turtles a Irvin but Here Ain t much Cal for Mem except Lor curiosities. The biggest sea Turtle today 1� the leather Turtle sometime w Eijah a two thousand pounds. The Back is made my one piece havin no Scales like the others. They Are pretty rare being found out to Tea. There # a big one in new London Thev Sav. The owner gave it red Eye and turfed it All out a Correa Iasi evening a been threatening entire Day with occasional showers but when evening came it sett it Asb Al Ifor Aye by neaveijs4 fell. A dark portentous Cloud by it around to the eastward and discharge it its torrents it the a i end Tersol it Dian Creek and a maddened stantly increasing volume poured through Council Bluffs sweeping Bridge and culverts from one end the Stream to the other. Many buildings were swept away. A 1 that part the City lying Between the Bluffs and Broadway the North was a outdated by the Rushing and boiling Waters. The sight was a us to j behold. To loss ufotetet0-.t-this writ ing to be Large As numerous instances drowning had already at 8 clock i it Een reported. A a pc a at Midnight the general gloom Over tiie City was increased by a continuation the Nfn. Although the Creek seemed to have spent its fury the water in the Western and Southern parts the City was rapidly rising and Many people were coins Eire to take Coats Aud Esca the in As to the amount the de Vastar by the Quot storm is impossible to give at this hour but the loss to the City alone will be hundreds thousands besides that private India Idun is in Tel a. A a vyv 1v"dan Manning Tilden. Shape and shows it every year As the great sea Litolf a i All a a a a a a a a a a a i Morts and aul actually done to know himself what he a the Gaji Apugo Turtle mentioned by the skip a Tom Gigantic Stock. Several year ago some workmen were making excavations in lower India when they came to what was evidently a House at least such the natives considered it. It was carefully unearthed and turned out to be the Huff an enormous tur tie that lived during the tertiary period. It was fourteen feet Long and n Fofo Teet High and competent no Zitur allots expressed the opinion that when alive it must have been Twenty five tet Ifong. It was a till ii. Tortoise and Fowler about like our Wood tortoises today making footprints As Large As Thore an elephant to the Western country known As the bad lands hundreds Fossil turtles Hay 1 in found their interiors filled with solid Rock once the Sand Muddy Luke seabed in which they lived. On one the government expeditions n Turtle perhaps thirty feet in length was found which Euri Ousby enough had rudimentary showing it to be a missing As it were connecting other forms. It was a forefather the great leather Turtle inlay its length from Flipper to Flipper was Over seventeen 1 vet. Making it the largest Turtle vet known. Davif Story the set Tilden j. Working for a r a a nomination. A a new Yoke Une 1.�?a reporter the Sun found tiie Hon. Daniel Manning at the fifth Avenue hotel and showed him an interview with David Davis printed in the Herald from which the following is an extract j. A a a if he . Tilden be nominated. Den and an he undoubtedly will amp . A understand. Are moving heaven and Earth to bring to big about. That he should still Trust Dan Manning and Rufus w. Perk Ham. Who by their untimely Pio notion his letter at tie fast convention spoiled his Little game is to me a source great a what does . Davis mean about that Little gam., . Manning a . Davis is one those men who can not see in a deals Tsiou Aaotajnadonsnyttfog-9ii Little game to obtain one. He Melive any one not really desiring a a had you authentic knowledge . To Denis wishers before Jou went to the Cincinnati convention Fri a a i had. I was chairman Tiff Neyr y Ork a legation. I had accepted that Post at . To foil a request i was in confidential relations with him i know from his own lies that his real sentiments were expressed in his memorable letter to the delegation. A a a Foll a emr. Davis charges that you misused . Til den s letter in fat betrayed his Confidence a a the 13 Prenos Crous. Or. Tilden never complained had and cause 11 complain our use i a letter anything we did in respect to his nomination it had earned an icon Brablc discharge from Public life and deliberately availed himself i. Affair. News from w Ashington the Enue Likely to be proceeded with at an Early Day what ones will be affected in tire we amp Wash to Tow Jane l. new commissioner internal Revenue has taken hold the work his office in Earnest and has made an excellent impression. In response to the inquiry whether immediate action would be taken in thee utting Down and consolidation the col Lector ship districts he replied that he could. ,. Not say not having consulted with the presi Dent. But Bis impression was that there would be As Little delay As possible. There was no reason Why the work should Noi Fos entered upon a a a if 0#�fo he Leo for Al was not. As yet. Sufficiently acquainted with the details and Nee Ltd a the service to indie take at dark Fofo proposed reforms hat to at need Tot stand in the was if it should be considered urgent to effect them As Deputy com Mission to the captured Frene mess at Hanoi pm a Stod by be Antof . Galois in an account the altar h the attn mites thet Vreneli Force near Hanoi Days a Captain Riviere leaving the fort advanced with 150 marines leaving a Reserve 250 men. These however remained too far in the rear to de Fop vice to Cut Kitain Riviere s Advance guard which was surprised by a Large Force annatto totes sep almost Avola dilated. On the rearguard arriving at the scene the Ann mites fled carrying Captain Riviere and fifteen ear Iuey. All whom were impaled the next it a. A a h the vessels to leave next week for China Are those recently built for the chinese government not German vessels. They will take out torpedoes. The vessels Are to Bills a peered be Tore they leave Here by a Captain he German Navy and will he navigated Shanghai by German seamen who. After the vessels have been handed Over to the chinese authorities will go Board the vessels the German Squadron in chinese Waters v Ciri the jew Caledonia is ordered to Send All his available troops to Tonga a. Publ Ltd it wa8hinoton, june 1. Folly a Public debt statement a Fly Toi and a half per cents. Fostir and aha ifs. Fours. Threes Cert fit ates a a a a a $33.151.050 250.000,000 737,584.100 303,132,900 a Hitt Rogers was thoroughly posted and efficient.  mlmbhmmbbbi/yiii1 11 while the president he a . Had Given the subject a Onsby Crabie study since the adj Ament re Ftp teens. From another source it is Learned the i Tho president end Cabinet will take up the work next week. It is Bel eved that the number districts will be reduced to 100, and possibly less than 100. Of Tjie Western and Border states it is believed West i ins i a will lose one Virginia two. Ohio three and to Diana three. The Fairmount District is the one that will be consolidated out existence in West virginian the Lynch Burg. Dan Villa and. Harriton Lairg d is acts in Virginia the lancets to and Maysville districts in Kentucky the. Knoxville District in teen Susce the Marietta Chillicothe. And Belle Fontaine districts in Ohio the Anderson Warsaw and Terre haute districts in Indiana and the grand rapids and one other District in Michigan. New York will lose five six Penn Sylvania and Illinois one each,.and to . The pin Fate being to make the largest Nam her reductions consistent with an efficient cold it Tion Oft lie revenues. A a a .��1 tiie presiden t and general c Resham both be Navy pension fund. 14.� xoo0 total interest bearing debt a a a a a a a a i 1,338/?� 050 matured debt .7. 8938,175 Lega 1 tenders346, �40.026 certificates Deposit. ? 1.805,000 Gold and Silver certificates. 163,494.2$ fractional currency. 7.00 ,59s total without interest. 529,042,895. A. It co Lector my a re High Phi ban 100 wll Bra a off pairing the efficiency the service the latter. It is said less inepeuestpew�01 in to i Sll the Revenue May be As fully mad by the eueral application die Starup Settem an a in use a in Limi ors. Beer tobacco cigars tc., to nil Urtiew is the schedule. The univer a adoption m a the stamp system would do away with the larger part h it army officials now employed in the inter Nal Revenue machinery and doubtless the next Congress Wilt seriously consider the prep Rio to Iii we making a Large reduction in internal 9 corresponding reduction t he fog collect Toff it wife a Tafla Fong to the stamp system an i5ipoktant decision. Civil salts form,.not i against / person Strong act into the Htut Bequiri. I Fouraa. , 0., May 2$.��?in the care one Wilder extradited from Fann Sylvania a requisition from governor faster Theap Pulca Tion a Cincinnati san Crit Adna a Broaeen Tion la Hamilton county an drop Octant sets was re a re red today Foy Fofo Sobrero court a Mission. That will be Greet importance to the Zegil profession and the people at Lares it being tiie first Case this kind Ever decided by the supreme court Ohio it a Ipp ars from the records the Hamilton county courts that after Wilder a extradition and arrival in Hamilton county he entered into a Recagni Ohhi w for his appearance at the next term the common i Esa court. Immediately after the prosecuting parties got service upon Wilder in s a in in action and secured judgment against him. The Case was carried an Poi to the Striet court Hamilton county Fop the lower court reversed. The Case was then carried to the met Fofo Foffi error and the supremo court omm Sloo today sustained the decision the District court. The court held that after a total debt total interest. Cash is Treasury Amhi debt less Cash in Treasury decrease during May. Decrease since june 30.1882 current liabilities interest due and unpaid debt which interest has ceased. 1 merest. Gold and Silver certificates. U. 8. Notes held for redemption certificates a a a balance available june 1 a a 1.876,210.421 ifcw7,050 317,868.062 1,569,18 .468 i 4.890,476 119,725.051 1,701,455 8,938.475 379.330 163,494, a 11,805,000 l81.549.53i 317,868,062 j a life for a thoughtless joke. A fat. I opis mo., june 1. death Maurice Slattery fitly this morning makes another murder Romfoe for the St. Louis courts. Slattery had charge the furnaces theft atop Barker foundry at twelfth and Papin streets Ftp if Fickler the murderer is a labourer and was employed in removing add is from the premises. On saturday last the workmen got up a. Wmk joke among i Inezn Folca to Tali Fickler that a Folst i Fostve a Small Mountain ashes that had accumulated and Whethe Sukefo by whose orders they replied Rei Urice mat Fois a Loop Al caper to turned for another Load so Afolfo scene with one Man Fickler walked up to Slattery with an Iron oar two feet Long Ami three quarters an Inch thick mud asked a did you say i would have to in we Toj til those ashes a Slattery who was ��?����������1 i tire joke naked what amp a m Ean Btry Zekler replied with a terrible blow with the bar Iron striking Slattery the lift Side his head which stunned the assailed Man although at the time it was not thought to be dangerous f indians fleeing from Crook. Tombstone. Arison a june 1 a an ass info press Spei tial from epitaph says advices from mexican Headquarters at afo Tsara tto la May 28. When couriers arrived at Headquarters bringing the alarming int Kiligen that indians had appeared in Force at Nar Eort thursday last. The authorities there asked w and were afraid erf being attacked at any to Menfo honed there at pos evil. When the courier left the indians were killing cattle within 600 Yards the town the Lindtt Foi nearly All dismounted and have evidently fled from the Sierra mad rite to escape Crook a no Nevis from Crook had been received at these Headquarters. Had there been in engage ment it would be known Here a colonel Boh Dole commanding has scouts constantly recon loitering the Sierra Madras. Reinforcements have been seut to Barcori and news is hourly expected a my it Tore the next tem 01 the common pleas court that a civil a Tott would not Sta Kuist him be fore he has had time to return to his Home. It has been the practice to bring people Here criminal action and fat ii ,iau1ts against them but this class business will now hav to be abandoned. A a Cuic ago Exchange fiary 8. W. John at employee Young Man engaged in a game poker with William Sears and Post and Callaghan professional gamblers. Holding four aces he staked Check for #1.065. Pm tool but for a a mugs and Laid Down #1,200. Niomi foot Tutt a it Drew a revolver grabbed the stakes and ran. John hot filed by others and did not complain to in Foit Fil until today when the Fth Elk had been cashed at the Union National Bank. A bears i Hlat Orical Cor Reetika to editor the hem journal. a Jet Tyfo la Odu mitts correspondent one your Cincinnati contemporaries in saturdays Issue at a emr. William f. Curtis who is Here attending t h e state p to Tabor Alf Olyion h aft the a fat Matt a tit issued for governor it Altti 10 Wiitam Perry car mint county As major the 4th stat Fotou. 1st Keg it i Tittl Fri Mali it l it the Osth office the Refore was taken before a we Lytle Cincinnati Fathe general we. Ii. 1 a a a a was the first Sheffl Cler Al aced under #1,000 others escaped. A t Quot / a Wolf Rab Teto Gaines Llie a Eagle a Othor in oat Tofant White Reading a newspaper Tiff Otto Odin Wii asked by his boy the meaning the word not we Foong to Taft he a powered Curtly a it Means to Crew the Atlantic done to trouble me wits any a Footett the boy feet incl a it let Jota it. Toying As he did to to it a Henr it and 1 suppose transparent Means Cross who. Moot count to took the ahoy oath office be the new Gold Fields. Quot a a a. Go Ayme a mexico.,june 1.--advices from a v fore general William Lytle then and the first inn hour Ary Clermont county territory i. The Northwest who was the father colonel it t. Lytle the father the late general a my Lytle who Feil at Chickama a. Villiam Lytle then lived Here and a fam Iti a Ltd Mofid to a Oil a Vav , from in newly Date overed Gold Al Clutton Toto Aud Anim tip Are dying for want water and that the mine must remain a worked until the Rainy season. To a my 1 Mother Matt worm Gyro infallible tasteless harmless cathartic Fot fevers guess restlessness Worms constipation Twenty five a ats. We Impi hereby that w supervise in garments for Al the monthly and Semi annual a icings Ana in person themselves and i honesty parties and certificate Itile fac is in its advertisements. State lottery company cml control the so rats same Are conducted i it Good Faith Tot St Small the company la foe this our signatures attach a commissioners. I unprecedented u. Over half attraction half a million distributed f we Siana state lottery company incorporated pro a a a a lature for Edue Atio a Wiki fund Over a by an overwhelm was made a part a a hip Aland Hsi Itable purposes l0oq,�0tto which emf a since been added. A franchise the present state Coli Fohir Tion a devoted dece tryber 2a, a.�. 1879. It grand single number drawings will take place month i it never Scales a Eefou Fofos look at the following distribution 157th grand monthly extraordinary a new Orlean Jinder the person ment Fien. 0. T. And Gen. Jubal a. And the Semi annual tuesday june 1?. 1s83, supervision and manage Beauregard Louisiana r1.y, Virginia. Capital prize 8150,000 jew notice a to . Halves # 1 capital Pri 1 Gran d priz1 grand Friz 2 Large Phil 4 Large e 20 prizes 50 100 -200 a a 600 1,000 a approx in. Approx tint 100 Eta Are ten Dollar Firth #3. Tenths is. Of Friz s3, j $150.000 4 a a 44i2.279 prizes Amov application for i Oil y to the office for information 60,060. 20,000. 10,000.5,000.,. 600. / "7 300 Quot 1 260 1u0 m Ion prizk8. Prizes 1 $200 100 9d 56,000 .000 20. 25.000 30.060 60.000 50.00� a 4 9 4 4 a $20,000 10,0 0 7.500 m. A. Day up 607 seven by mail exp Covington by.  1 fiuy27.29 g to. .jjz. the to clubs should be mad he company in new Orleans apply to. J 51. A. Dauphin a new Orleans im., h St., Washington d. I to Dave c. Joiin8ton, 10�?wy buggies in Gole three t a we wih pay $25 us the largest list by using any to words a Colu which Afos i a an australian Ukia to the person sending words which can be spelled fifteen letters found in the bus buggy co.,&Quot Poff our Mammoth engraving we a a -. 4 4 9f for the second for the third la the con test will. A cent in the Listo any one the Chr list $15 in Gold. Is $10 in Gold. 7/75. August 1. 1883. If a tie Ich entitles the senders to rewards that Reward will be equitably divided. a Tow i w the australian Stone is in colors size 28x40 inches nearly 2%j feet wide and Over 3 feet longhand shows tie manner travelling that country with ostriches As a motor. Those who compete for Tese rewards must Send us thirty cents in Silver Stamps when this Fino work Art will be sent by mail neatly packed in a Strong tube. The engraving is Worth far More than this nominal sum but we desire to Hose who compete for the to know those who de keep a record prizes and also w sire to know us. 1 Ting for the engraving and sending words ask for \ circular easy Riding automatic six ring bar Wagon a rift hese gprtpsi1 a Stoma Leagy a a adj a Noiem salves to the weight imposed. Sofi flexible motion a weigh one third 1ca3. To test flexion Springs to it acuity Ever Priff Otago a Side bar Wagens. See Ulfo who get ular. % a fractured from the finest e 3 1 hey have 1 Long Spring to they Are the capacity in a a a they Are re cruel heft body co i a tuners first class baggies Columbus my23-3t Cream Shis it Beauty is a m fun Reveri . T. Felix Gouraud a Oriental Cream magical Cauti Flor i purifies As we As beautifies the skin a remora Tan a Fly free Kies in patches a a Katy in free Detec Tienlu 11 it stood 30 years and is so harmless we taste it to be sure the preparation i properly made. A Ltd kept n coun Gerfei f Sirn a the distinguished yet. L. A. Sayre the Haut pros use them i recon mind a Gourand a Cream the least harmful All the skin preparations. One bottle wih lot six months using it every Day. Also Pondra Subtile removes hair with Otto injury to. Foie skin a Fol m. B. T. Gouraud solprop., 48 Bond St., new to Fate a a for Sale by full Drann rests and Pitt try qom dealer through Otto the u. A. Canada find a. Rope ,Eow,2j pi-su2yr medical mail for 50 cents a dress Swan sold Tor druggists. Symptoms Ami cure. A tiie symptoms Are. More tire like perspiration la tense itching increased by. It ufos item it fib s if pin worm s were crawling a and about the recon it he Fri Vatt plots Are Someth Teft i affected. If allowed to cop Lane Whf Resal Lay follow a is Wayne in plasm a ure cure. Also for tet sail i in Iii Zimbi Lead Erysipelas Barbero tech blotches All scaly trusty skin diseases. Sent Job i oxen $1 26 in Stamps. 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