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KENTUCKY. WEATHER REPORT.
What We Mhy Kx-jlpct- Between. This Time
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Washington., D": p.j April 1JJ..1892.
Special te 1i1kPUuUi& IjEUOkit,
Shower if tho'Wbsternartdlfair
in the: gasferri'portien pftHestate.
SJ1w nhiivq fbrc'cns'ts rntJ" inndd fVr a
period of OilrfV-Mx HOlirsf etiillinr'nt' 8 o'clock
IIAI.MI SIMUNO 18 IIKUB.
Get my obest protector out, my velyet cur
. My thick chinchilla ulster, tny porous piaster
Give tnc n quinine ciipsule, ray drooping
lieart te eliexr.
And don't fortret my rubber beets, for balmy
sprliiR Is hure.
Sce the utulert kcr mid ehtnln n special
Ak the ritllretid ncunt If lie'll let me jre ns
Iluy- a rosewood ciiskut nud luive the parson
Fer I must walk nbrend te-day and balmy
sprlnir Is here.
Tuen fro te the murble ynrds mid ulioeso n
Hire nu elocutionist te teach you hew te
Have six horses tn the bourse, ten coaches In
Feri mint urn down town te-day and balmy
spring Is here.
Lny me en n sunny slope, where birds sing
Don't put shells nreuud my gnive, thoy're
net the preper cheese:
'Give myfemi farewell te all my friends nnd
And tell them te remain Indoors wben balmy
spring is here.
M. C. Russell went te Cincinnati this
. ' D. C. 0. Maye of Jehnsen county, is In
Jeseph Ensten has been iu Catlcttsburg
Mrs. Bert L, Pcarpu left yesterday for n
' trip te Memphis.
E. M. Newuiau of Mt. Olivet was iu
the city Meuday.
A. K. Marshall of Lcwisburg was in
the city yesterday.
, Miss Florence Frank left yesterday af
ternoon for a visit te Memphis.
Mrs. B. W. Geedman is ou a visit te
her father, W. W. Latuar, at Aurera, Ind.
r Mrs. Margaret Ravencraft of Millers
burg is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. D.
W. 0. Geeding of Cynthiana came
down Sunday en a visit te his old home,
Miss Mollle Egan, teacher of music at
the Convent, left last night for a visit te
Captain Arthur F. Curran. he of the
newsy Dever fleics, favored The Ledeek
with a call yesterday.
Mit. BitECKiNitiflaE has secured u re-
':, pert from the Committee en War Claims
v. iu favor of paying William Burt $800 for
.'the occupation of his lands during the
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'. Mn. Pattiben of Ohie has introduced
in Congress a bill te remove charges of
desertion against Antheny McGraw, late
pr.vate Company A, Bixthtcenth Ken
tucky, and grant him an honerablo dis
cbarge. mm i '
Mn. McCnEAKY's bill for the relief of
the Madisen Fcmale Institute, located at
.. Richmond, 'by paying it $7,810 20, for
use of its buildings during the war, has
been favorably ropertod from the Com Cem Com
ndlttee en War Claims.
T'iiehk seems te be a geed dual of
.moving going en Just new. Drnyleads
'RHd wagon-leads of household goods are
plng along the street almost dally;
'wt our Religious Reporter was unable te
Mud an empty dwelling in the ceurse of a
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MASBVHitB, KY., WEDSSSDAt, AiPfllt 18, 1892.
WiuiiANf i3. '1)owAteN has been elected
Assessor ut Danville.
CtmsKs of Lawrcnceburg have pe
titioned Congress net te pass a bankrupt
flex. James B'auiieuk and Mrs. Bar
bour arrived safely at Cliften Springs, K.
Cer.ONKi, Geokeb STHAWDEn wants it
understood that his barber shop is kept
closed en Sundays.
Mits. Nelsen Fant, formerly Miss
Mollle Knight, has presented her husband
with a ten-pound son.,
The case of the Commonwealth vs.
James Dewney is set for trial in the Cir
cuit Court next Monday.
The Fifth Ward is premised a flrst-rlass
drug stere shortly. It will1 be opened by
Dr. Geerge M. Phillips and Dr. Jehn
t , '-
Tiie McKinlcy bill doesn't appear te
have been a "Chinese Wall" se far as
the German measles is concerned. Sev
eral cases hnve arrived in this city.
Jehn M. Hunt, of the dry goods firm
of I). Uunt & Sen, was wearing an 8X10
smile yesterday. If nothing unforeseen
happens, the llrm style some day may be
Jehn M. Hunt & Sen,
Judge Lakpkuty of Cynthiann fined F.
G. Craig of Berry ever 8900 for violations
of the liquor laws. There were fifty-two
cases ngninst Craig, and lie was lined 825
and costs in each 'case.
EvKiiurr BmanTMAN and Miss LUIIe
Brown were married yesterday afternoon
by Rev. C. S. Lucas, and left last night
at 8 o'clock for the home of the groom at
Little Compten. R. I.
At Leltchilcld the jury in the Asel Asel
Madisen murder case, after being out
forty-five minutes, brought in a verdict
finding for manslaughter, and fixed his
punishment at twenty-one years In the
The marriage of Themas Bulleck, M.
D., of Louisville, te Miss Nanette Mc
Dowell of Lexington is te be solemnized
at 0 o'clock en the evening of Tuesday,
April 10th, at Ashland, the beautiful and
historic home of Majer Henry C. Mc
Dowell, the bride's father. -
At Cevlngtpn K. K. Perry was about
te kindle a fire and, net knowing that
there were live coals in the grate, com
menced te pour coal oil from the can en
seme kindling, when a blaze flashed up
In an Instant, terribly burning his little
nine months' old child that he held in his
i m urn ill
In the Circuit Court the trial of Lewis
Thompson for cutting Richard Harris en
the Germantown Fnir Grounds In Octo
ber, 1800, is set for Wednesday, April
20th. VThia case was tried at the Janu
ary term, 1891, and resulted in Thomp
son being fined $500 and sent te jail for
six months. It was taken te the Court of
Appeals and reversed.
A delegation from Bath county is at
Frankfort te enginoerthelocatiou of that
county n the Judicial redisricting.
Among theso present are W, S. Gudgell,
0. W. Goodpaster, Jphn A. Ramsey, J.
B. Goedpastcr, Alex. Cenner and J. M.
Jlichart, and they say that Bath will be
placed where they want her or they will
knew the reason why.
Fiiank Eduingten and Isaac Cobb,
who get into a row Monday en Ken
nedy's creek, appeared befere 'Squire
Grant yesterday and plead guilty, Edg Edg
ingten te a breach of the pcace and Cobb
te using violent language As it was a
family affair the 'Squire let them off with
a flne of $1 and costs each, and seme
geed advice ns te hew te settle their
At Ashland a llvo-year-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Jenes was taken sick.
A neighboring woman, who pretended te
be a dectrcss, said it had worms and
proffered seme mcdiclue. Subsequently
a regular physician was called, and his
opinion was that the child had been poi
soned by the se-callod dectrcss. It.dicd in
a few days, atd the worm adventurcss
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Fer the approaching marriage of Miss
Zorayda Welsh of Danville out! Mr. W.
D. Cochran of this cly, Invitations have
been eent out as follews:
Mr. and Mrs, Geerge W; Welsh
request your prcsonce
at themarriagoef tlielr daughter,
Mr. William Duftlcld Cochran.
en Wednesday, April Twenty seventh,
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A MARRIAGE AT MAPLEWOOD.
A' Fleming County Man' Cemes te Matfen
for a Bennie' Bride.
Maplowoed, the pleasant home of C. C.
Dcgmaii, near Sprlngdale', was en Thurs
day last the scene, of a happy home wed
ding.. The occasion was the marriage pf Miss
Alice, the eldest daughter, te Mr. Picsten
The attendants were Miss Efile Millien
and Clarence G. Degman, Miss Clare
Degmidi and Floyd Tcarsen Tully.
At 12 o'clock the marriage ceremony
was pronounced by Elder Jacksen of
Fleming county. All were Impressed by
the sacrcdness of the occasion.
Immediately after, a feast worthy of
the occasion was served and thoroughly
About 2 o'clock the happy pair were
escorted te the carriage amid a shewer of
rice and old shoes, and started for the
home of the groom, followed by the geed
wishes of everyone.
The bride Is n golden-haired blonde, of
noble character, charming in person and
manners, and very popular. She was at
tired In a lovely combination of dark blue
Bedford cord silk and lace. The only
ernament worn was a handsome geld
medal which testified te her character
and ability ns a student.
The uroem is one of Fleming county's
popular nnd prosperous young farmers.
A number of handsome and useful
presents testified te the esteem in which
the couple are held.
Among these In attendance from a dis
tance were Captain and Mrs. U. P. Deg
man of Schuyler, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. I.
A. Millien of Fleming county; Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Williams of Limestone; Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. W. Tully of Lewis county;
Mrs. Deylo and Mrs. Smith of Maysvllle;
Miss Martin of Fleming county nud Miss
Millien of Riverside Seminary, Lewis
The Ledgeh extends congratulations
te the happy couple.
They are building a 810,000 Baptist
Church at Cynthiana.
Fen once ih his life big-hearted Duke
Watsen couldn't raise a quarter.
Hen. Geoeee M. Adams is among the
Kentucklans in Washington City.
Jehn O'Dennem, has been granted
license te sell wine and liquor.
In the Court of Appeals the case of the
L and N. Railroad vs. Lewis, from
Greenup county, has been argued nnd
The grand opening of the Four Seasons
Hetel took place at Middlesboro yester
day. About one hundred and fifty guests
were present from New Yerk.
The Legislative Committee en Public
Offices has reported the bill fixing the
Governer's salary at SU.OW, witu an
amendment that the sum be made $7,000.
P. J. Munnivhas added another gem
te his already large stock of Jewels. It's
another boy and a regular bouncer. Yeu
can buy Jewelry at your own price to
At a dance at Baugh's Station Jim Ma
haa hit Peter McReynelds en the back
of the head with the pole of an axe. Mc Mc
Reyeolds cannot recover. His assailant
James Meehan, Master Mechanic of
the C. and 0."Rallread, has geno te Mex
ico en a visit. Mr, Median enjoys the
distinction of being the first engineer who
ever entered Mexico with a locomotive'.
At Limestene Daniel Dehart and Tevis
Plttten sat down en the track of the
Ellzabethrewn, Lexington and Big Sandy
Railroad track while drunk. Patten is tee
seriously injured te attend Dchart's
funeral. The latter was at ene time the
wealthiest man in Elliett county.
General Henry V. Boynton is net
only a wrlter, but he Is an artist of con
siderable ability, He has prepared for
the 0, and O, Railroad a historical sketch
of the Virginia campaign, with a com-
plote map of the battle-fields. The latter
were prepared from the official records in
the War Department. The work Is very
handseme and the 0 and O. is giving it
an extonslve circulation.
Hen. Alfred F. Allen, who died ut
Ilnrdinsburg a few days age, was best
known te the public as the Common,
wealth's Attorney who conducted the
prosejtttlon of Matt Ward in his famous
triafffcthe killing of Prof. Butler In the
InttersBcboel rpem in Louisville, but he
held many ether public positions during
his long life. He was a member of the
Legislature dining all the period during
the late war, was State Treasurer from
180,te 1868, and Censul te Foe Chew la
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TiiErKiilghts of Pythias at Rlpley will
institute a Division of the U. R. en the
18th of May.
Amikut BnoeKiNo succeeds Jeseph
Tucker as Read Overseer Id the Murphys Murphys
S. J. Houns has bceri appointed Post
master nt Anchorage, thus ending an ugly
fight for the place.
Enech Sexten has resigned as Read
Overseer, in the Orangeburg Precinct,
and A. J. Yaucy haa been appointed;
In the Circuit Court yesterday, Jehn
Gleasen was convicted of Sabbath break
ing and fined $10 and costs.
The les9 en the Big Sandy Fleur Mills,
whieh were destroyed at Catlcttsburg by
tire Sunday morning, is about JeO.OOO,
with no insurnnce. '
At Cane Valley the Christian Church
and several ether structures, were de
stroyed by fire, entailing a less of about
$10,000, with "),000 insurance.
The Southern Fuel Gas Company has
declared a dividend of 25 ft payable May
2nd. It will amount te about 5:000. This
is 00 declared since the 1st of January
en a capital of 120.000.
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Entiiies In the great $25,000 Futurity
te be trotted nt Lexington nt the fall
meetings of 1894-5, have been published.
There are 928 nominations, and they come.
from Maine te California.
i SiiNATiMt Poyntz of this city is the
champion wag of the Kentucky Souate.
The ether day he obtained unanimous
Consent 10 have read from The Courier
Journal the monthly weather report.
The Supreme Court of the United
Slates, Chief Justice Fuller renderingthe
opinion, lias again decided that n state
has the right te tax drummers who de
business in a town without any capital
beyond a gripsack and an oxidized steel
Jehn Walsh has sold Colonel Richard
Dawsen's place, comprising snven ncres
lying en Sleny Hellew, te R. M. Frceland
of Bethel, Ky., for $050. Mr. Freelaud
and his family, consisting of four persons,
will seen move here, thus adding that
many mere te our suburban population,
and making thnt many mere customers
for Maysvllle merchants.
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.
Censul Charlie Krdninn Compromises n
Ten Tliensand Dellar Damage Suit.
Charles W. Erdman was seme time age
appointed United States Censul at Stock'
helm, Sweden. Subsequently he was
transferred te Breslan, Germany. His
home is In Louisville, where he Is rich
Charlie is a genial geed fellow, with
dead leads of fjiends and many of them
are in Maysvtllc.
Just befere he set sail for Sweden he
was served with a writ de Sassefaria, ad
vising, him that Julius StOgc wanted
10.00Q dingbats, or words te that effect.
It all grew out of a meeting of the Gar
field Club, of which both arc members.
The question at issue was thehdoptien of
n new Constitution.
There was considerable excitement ever
the matter nt that time, and at one meet
ing the discussion was a warm ene. Mr.
Stege opposed the Administration, and
Censul Erdman favored It. Iu the heat
of the argument it is. said Censul Erdman
made some remarks about Mr. Stege
which were net a little offensive te that
Colonel William Cellins, the well
known whisky merchant, is a mutual
friend of the plaintiff nnd defendant, and
during the last few weeks has been
making efforts te effect a compromise.
Through his tact the matter was brought
te a point where Censul Erdman, through
his attorneys, offered te pay all the costs
and make an apology withdrawing all
objectionable statements he is said te
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Brace Champ Is Likewise Conrteeus.
Bourbon JVetrs. The Puunne Ledger,
a new daily, with Themas A. Davis ns
Editor, has made its appearance at Mays
vllle. It is a bright and sparkling sheet,
full of vim, as Mr. Davis always makes a
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Several Successful lUIJs.
Safe blowers and horse thieves made n
successful raid In Pendleton county Sun
day night. The Postefllco at Kuoxville
was entered, the safe blown open and a
let of stamps and change taken. The
Postefllco at Gnrdnorsville and the stere
of James Irvln were also entered, it is
supposed by the sumo crowd, nnd a small
Amount of money secured at cacti place.
Fred Uelmig's stere nt Knexville was also
entered and the safe blown openbut the
sum total they secured from the four
aafee did net amount te 1 900. JL, Mas-
Bey'H horse and buggy were st.oku.frem
his stable At GtInersvllle.
SATIRICAL AGAINST HISTORICAL.
The "Truth of History' art HecOrded by a'
Se-called Lecal "Authority.".
People who have enough sense net te
cat an unripe watermelon can readily
distinguish between an Item published
for pleasantry nnd one that pretends te
Yesterday n se-called newspaper
treated its patient renders te this historical
Sutten street was named for ene of
Mnysvillc'a most respected citizens of the
olden tlm6 Sutten Isaacswhe was
grandfather of the late Mrs, Susan Dim
mitt. Herd are the facts:
Sutten street was named In honor of
Benjamin Sutten who came te Maysvllle
In May, 1787. He was an early Trustee
of the town, and' owned the ferry right,
together with lets Ne. 15 and 10 en Frent
street the let new owned by Mrs. Hul.
Gray and the one adjoining. His house
was at the feet of Sntteu street, over
hanging the river bank, where it re
malned for some years, he leaving a read
through his lets. Finally the Trustees
obliged him te remove the house, nnd he
afterwards sold the lets and the ferry
right te the Armstrongs, who in turn sold
the ferry-right te the Powers, who but
recently disposed of it te Commedore
C. M. Phister. If we mistake net, Sutten
removed te Decatur, O., where he died.
Se it will be seen that Sutten street was
net named after "Sutten Isaacs" or any
ether Isaacs. And Mr. Sutten Isaacs was
no mero the "grandfather of the late
Mrs. Susan Dimmitt" than the veracious
author of the statement is therandfather
of the late lamented Mr. Adam.
Latest spring styles in gentlemen's
patent leather shoes, at a saving of 25 per
cent, at H. C. Barkley's Spot Cash Shoe
Caitain Ed. V. Fitzeehald has the
Editor's thanks for a copy of the hand
some souvenir issued by The Scimitar, a
most enterprising newspnperin Memphis.
Ball, Mitchel & Ce. recently pur
chased the remains of the bid stone
bended warehouse iu the Limestone
bottom, nnd began tearing it down this
Fourteen K solid geld ladies' watches
?17f geld filled watches at $15; gent's
geld filled watches 15 and $18, at
Murphy's, the Jeweler, successor te
Hepper & Murphy.
DeMelay Cemmandeuy Ne. 12, K. T
will celebrate their Silver Anniversary in
Louisville at 8 o'clock te-night. A
number of Sir Knights of Maysvllle have
- " - t
The deg pound was opened for busi
ness yesterday, and nlready four luckless
canines whine for liberty. Their piteous
wails could be heard Inst night all evor
the Third WariL
Rev. B. W. Meiiane of the Central
Presbyterian Church, will preach an
Easter Sermon next Sunday morning.
Maysvllle Cemmandery Ne. 10, K. T., has
been invited te attend in a body
The officers of the steamer Carrollton
yesterday telegraphed Ball, Mitchel &
Ce. that the beat's " Docter" had broke
down, and for them te be ready te repair
it immediately en the beat's arrival at
Maysvllle. The work was dene and the
steamer proceeded en her wny without
A horse beleucing te Mr. Nat Weed,
while hitched in front of the oftlce of W.
B. Mathews & Ce. yesterday afternoon,
became frightened at seme little girls
riding by en a tricycleand breaking loose
started Eastward at n one mlnute gait.
He was under saddle and consequently
there is no demolished vehicle te report.
Eloped Last Mght.
Shortly after twilight last evening Lynn
Stanten, son of C. L. Stanten, and Miss
Fannie Gaines, daughter of Captain Sam
Gaines, the well-known newspaper man,
quietly crossed the river and were innr innr
rled by 'Squlre Bensloy.
. Proposed Hall Changes.
The mail between Manchester and
Maysvllle new leaves the fermer place
dally except Sunday at neon, arriving at
Maysvllle at 4 p. m., nnd it leaves Mays Mays
vlleo daily except Sunday at G a. m., ar
riving at Manchester nt 10 a. m. It is
proposed te change this schedule se that
hereafter this mail will lcave Manchester
daily oxcept Sunday at 2 p. m., reaching
Maysvllle by 7:25 a. m. of the next day,
and loave Maysvllle dally except Sunday
at 8 n. m arriving at Manchester by 12 m.
Coming from Manchester te Maysvllle, it
is contemplated that the mall shall lay
evor ai Ellsbcrry, arriving there at 4:35 p.
m, and leaving for Mays ville at 0 n. m.
A Fleater Found.
The following was found yesterday In a
bottle tightly scaled, floating down the
April the 10. 1893
Masen Ce Ky, 1 thet 1 woude right a fue
lines hoping that i Will roselvo a Cor Cer Cor
spendlng With sum ene I llve In raaysvlll
an a luglncar nt the Water Works age 81
years eald and Werth n fue thousand
When I scad inginalr 1 mono lied inging
near an messhenes eny wen that Cathes
this anser a ence i have get black lmre
and kurley black mustas and black eyes
. W. O. Hoepm
ll.O.X. Ne. 78.
Nine Murders in a: Fortnight in
the Tennessee' County.
The Latest the Killing- of Four Men,
Three Deputy Sheriffs.
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Tlie Blurtlnren Outlaw IniUetfn the
Mountain It Muy Ile That fle, Uu-
chmmn' Will Have Ui't'atl (tt the
.11 tutu te KnferctT ,ttte Law.
rNARiivir.r.E, Tenni,; April W. Menreo
county is fn'astatoef revolution, and
it may be that Gov. Buchanan wilt' have
te order out the mUltlate?cnf6ie the
law. .Frank. Mhlhind nnnV three dcjuty
sheriff s Were ltllTcd Tuesday morning; by
the Wiurphyang of" duepe'rStlec&i An.
Indian has eeen mnrdere'di i&icrwn&n. the
sheriff &fuV pes.se surreunded'' the
Murphy brothers, leaders of ene- fac
tion, in the mountains, a conflict ins Unv
nearly all night followed. Deputy Sheriff
Chas. Ithea was fatally shot and left for
deadl After several hours expesure
and suffering he was found and removed
te a farm-house. He is new dead. The
Murphy gang is strongly fortified in a
secluded mountain hut, and capture
means death. The officers will net
make another attempt until in condi
tion te effect a capture, he trouble
originated about the attempted abduc
tion of a daughter of Frank Midland.
Five murders were committed in Mon Mon Men
eoe county last week.
The Ohie I.cRUlnture..
Coluhbes, April tl Senate Bins pusscdr
Authorizing the stale workshop Inspector te
Investigate the condition nf powder and dyna
mite factories; chAaglng the beginning of the
offletal terms of the trustees el Wllbcrforce
University from September te June- In
order te have 'hum inducted at the on en
tiual meeting of the beard; repealing that sec
tion of the Oraber law relating te the compen
sation of sheriffs, and re-cnactlng the old tyw
regulating their compensation, with an amend amend
ment, making a horizontal reduction of about.
twolve per cent. In their fees! the Cllngmair bin
te consolidate the Cincinnati university and; the
Clnclnmul'CoUcge of Law Is new half a law. It
passed the senate without opposition.
Heuse. Bills passed: Provided that railroad
companies must furnish steps for ascent te or
descent from the cars nt every station at which,
the platform is mero than twelve Inches below
the level of the permanent car steps; providing
that when n street milreaJ in this state has a.
continuation of Its line In an adjoining-state,
the Ohie company may purchase nnd evm part
or all of the stock of the company-owning the ,
land In the adjoining state. Mr. BcatreTB poof
bill get a set-back te-day- The bill provides
that peels may be sold en enc-mllu race courses,
subject te regulation by track assecta liens, and
en the condition that they shall net be sold'
tlsewhere. Mr. Ueaird Hpel c In faroref tho the
blll, but while the vote as cast was a tie 31 for '
tml 31 against there was net eneugh-afCMtia- ;-:
live vole te pass the bill. "
The tVeathnr. . ''
Washington, April 13. Fer Tennes
see and Kentucky Showers- west; fair,
cast; east winds.
Fer West Virginia and Ohie Fair,
slightly wanner by Wednesday night:
Fer lower Michigan Generally fair,
slightly wanner; variable winds.
Fer Indiana Showers, preceded by
fair; southeast winds. -
rrlncr !-ors;e Wilt Attend the Fair. "
Londen, April 13. It is announced
that Prince Geerge pf Wales, only son
of the Prince of Wales, will make a
visit te Canada in 1893. After visiting
Quebec nnd Montreal and ether places
in the Dominion, he will visit Chicago
and attend the World's fair. He will
then return te England.
A Child Frightfully MltrtateL (
Ft. Madisen, la., April 13. JeTiitm.-.
Ewing and wife have been arrested
here, chnrged with frightfully beating"
and burning a fester-child. They have
also, it is alleged, been starving her
two days. The couple came from Pon Pen Pon
teosuc. 111. The little girl is from the
foundlings' home at Springfield. 111.
Helped te Convict Jehn Itrenm.
Wiif.ei.ine, W. Va,, April IS. Wm,
ftightsteln, of Shephcrdstewn , this
state, died Tuesday, aged 84. He was
one of the two surviving members of
the jury that convicted Jehn llrewn,
the Insurrectionist. The 'sole survivor
new Is Gee W. Ileyer, of Shenandoah
Junction, this county (Jeffersen).
A cv fcilier Organization.
Chicago, April 13. A new labor or- ',
ganizatien, te be called the Interna
tional Federation of Machinery Trade's,
was organized here Tuesday, with a
membership of fifty thousand. After a
warm debate it was decided by the or
ganizers net te allow anj-thlng refer
ring te politics in the constitution.
Iren Men Combine.
FirrsnuitGH, Pa., April 18. Thai
national associations of black sheet'
iron and galvanized iron manufacturers
met here Tuesday, and consolidated. --'
Overtures have also been made te. the;
national association of tin-plate manu-'
facturers, and they will come Inte the .
combination nt the next meeting. j
WhWky Trust Still en Deck. f
Uosten, April 13. Liquor dealers la,
this city say that the Whisky trust is
still doing business in this state, in.
spite of the recent Indictments. The;
rebate checks arc still being sent out,
they say, and there seems te be no dis- '
position te step that part of the opera
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Rie Janf.ire, Brazil, April 13. This
city Tuesday was in a state of siege. A
number of prominent military and naval' -
officers have been placed under arrest
for having participated in a great'pub
lie manifestation in favor of ex-PresU
dent Fonseca. The prisoners will be
tried by a council of war.
Shet Ills llrether.
LeuisvitxE, Ky., April 13, At Mead Mead
ew Lawn, ten miles from this city, Jack
Roberts emptied the contents of a deuble-barrelled
shotgun into his brother
Claude's breast, killing him instantly,'
Tire victim was 16 years of nge. Ilia
lirethcr is 18.
llegulntlnc Banking Institutions.
riin.ADELriiiA, April, 13. State 8tv"
perlntonrtent,ef llnhks Krumbhaaryft
tcrday notified half a desen fiBaMMJkt''
institutions el l'luiaciaipiu whu wny;
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