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.Lands U King. JU JjJUjLL' 81X111
Tp . " Why He Commuted the Sentence.
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t'ermldnble Mat of rirdr for Klne'a
Life, Among Tlietn Tentjr-8lx United
t Btntr Senater nnd Represcnta-
. tlves, Ueildct BInny Others.
Nashville. Aug. 12. n. Cley King,
the Memphis murderer, arrived In thla
city at an early hour Thursday morn-
i ing and was at ence conveyed te the
'sttft prison by Sheriff McLcnden. The
sheriff brought the prisoner via Nor Ner Nor
tensvllle, Ky. Their journey was a
1 quiet one. The threatcncl lynching
was a fiasco.
' "Gov. Uuchanan, will you give me
your reasons for the commutation of
Cel. II. Clay King?" asked an Associ
ated Press reporter of the chief execu
tive Thursduy morning. "With pleas
ure," said the governor, "and I will de
it briefly. First I thought that King
should hnve a change of venue. Affi
davits te the effect that Jurer Smith
had communicated with outside parties
and expressed an opinion about the
case were tiled with me. These affi
davits could net be Introduced In the
court of ri'cerd because It was tee late.
"The action of Jurer Mustnl and of
the jury In going te Arkansas te delib
erate upon the case had their weight
tee; the dissension of ene of the su
preeo judges; Jthc defense of partial In
sanity; the 'Jlcadlngs of his wife and
children and the most prominent men
of the country, besides the hundreds of
letters and petitions these were my
reasons for commuting the bcntcnce.
J "I am responsible for my actions,"
said the governor, "I thought I was ile-
-Ing right and acted according te ray be-
He then handed the reporter a peti
tion signed by twenty-six United States
senators and congressmen.
The petitions were signed by senators
Carlisle, of Kentucky; Voorhees, In
diana; Harris, Tennessee; Iflackburn,
Kentucky; Coke, Texas; Vest, Missouri;
Call, Flerida; Congressmen Enlec, Rich
ardson, Pierce, Tennessee; Breckin
ridge, Goodnight, Kentucky; Fellows,
New Yerk; Kllgere, Bailey. Lene-,
Steward, Saycrs, Charles Stewart,
Craln, Texas; Edmonds, Virginia; For Fer
roan, Cable, Wlke, Uusey and Lane, Il
linois. s Besides these important pleas Gov.
Buchanan has letters from Gov. Hegg,
of Texas, Congressman Snodgrass, of
Tennessee ox-Gevb. Legan II. Beet, of
Colerado, Simen B. Buekner, of Ken-
r lUlilJ, "U.T, ill. IIUUIHI, IU 1UU1UUU UU11
f -iev. jenn xeung Jtrewn, et KeniucKy,
besides ethers of mere or less promi
nence. , Heuvetlilnir I.Ike Chelrru.
'New Brunswick, N. J., Aug. 1U. An
epidemic prevails at Helmetta, near
New Brunswick, which has already
' claimed 20 victims. Mere than 50 pco pce pco
ple have been stricken. Physicians are
puzzled ever the peculiar charaetcr of
the disease, which Is much like dysen
tery, but far mere severe, and many
fear that it Is cholera, as there are
many Russians employed in the fac
tories there. The disease has spread te
Spottswood, a village a few miles from
Helmetta, where a number of people
' who work In Helmetta live. Several
people are 111 at that place, though none
The Kederutlen te Consider the Boycott.
New Yerk, Aug. 12. The general ex
ecutive council of the American Feder
ation of Laber Is te meet some time this
week In this city te consider the advisa
bility of imposing a boycott upon the
products of the Carncgie mills. In the
. council are Samuel Gompers, president
of the American Federation of Laber;
" Jehn B. Lennen, of the Tailors' na
'. tienal union; P. J. McGulru, of Phila
, delphia, of the United Brotherhood of
Carpenters, nnd Jeseph V. Carney, of
, .-Pittsburgh, of the Amalgamated Asso
ciation of Iren and Steel Workers.
Citv of Mexico, Aug. 12. Fne similes
of thirty-seven of the most prominent
' of the Idels In the museums in this city
tiave been prepared for the Chicago
World's fair. CeL Arvlzu, whose death
: . sentence ler violating the neutrality of
Arizona was commuted te Imprison-
'j& ment for life, Is dying In the military
A Heme's Pvcnllnr Death.
Momtew, 0., Aug. 12. A valuable
herse belonging te Henry Curtis was
killed in a singular manner. It was
hitched te a rack in front of UhPs sa
. loon. The horse in some manner threw
ene of his fere feet ever the rack and be
fore he could "be released breke his
WJH Oev. Iluuhunnn as an Independent.
Nashville, Tcnn., Aug. 12. Mr. J.
H. McDowell, leader of the people's
party, said Thursday In an Interview
that Gov, Buchanan would run as tin
independent candidate for governor and
that hj believed the people's party
which meets here the 16th inst would
indorse his candidacy.
A Fated Kumlly.
Canten, 0., Aug. 12. Henry W.
Helntz, aged 10, while helping his father
in the field harvesting, dropped dead of
apeplexy. A strange fatality seems te
Jiang ever the Helntz family, who live
at Waynesburg. This Is the seventh
sudden death within three years.
Chilian te Settle Clulini.
Wabhujetqn, Aug. 12. Minister Effan
has definitely agreed with the Chilian
government upon a convention for the
eiuumcnt ei uu unaajusieu Claims. ei
citizens of the .United States against
.Chill, by means of a claims commission
te meet in Washington. y
Iter, Jehn ritkln Dvud.
Cincinnati, Aug, 13. Rw. Jehn PhV
kln, aged 08 years, who came te this
, 'elty apveek age from his home at Mt
Vernen, O., te have a cataract removed
rreHf his we. died Thursday morning at
the Prwbytwlari hospital. "
tsrif you haterhmU vMtlue veu, or if ieu
are going nmu uu a visit, please drop us a note
te thai effect.
Captain Geerge Cellier has gene Enst.
of Chicago Id here
Lewis H'ensker is visiting his parents
at Ciilllicethe, O.
Miss Siillie Flcig of
Miss Katie Bierlcy.
Hiplcy is visiting
J. P. McCartney of Flemingsburg was
i 1 the citv yesterday.
Miss .Tumile Weed is visiting Miss Bes
sie Coens at Augusta.
Mis. Jehn. LI. Dertch
fieni a visit te Aslilnnd.
Mrs. Geerge T. Weed left this morning
for a visit te Flemlngshurg.
Morgan McMulltn of
San Francisce is
in this city visiting friends.
sister, Mrs. S.
Itoscndell is visitihg her
P. Campbell at Aberdeen.
Mrs. It. N. Chuun and daughter, Miss
Minnie, have returned from a visit in Rip
ley. Mrs. Ann Whittington and daughter,
Miss Bettic, are visiting relatives at Car
lisle. James C. Wilsen who has been visiting
his patents left for Louisville this
W. H. Banister of Clcrmeut county. O.,
is visiting his aunt. Mrs. McKcllup at the
Grand View Hoteh
Mrs. Mary O'Harc and daughter, Miss
Hannah, are spending'' a few days with
friends at Covington.
Miss Maud Downing of near Washing
ton is spending a few days with Miss
Uertense Davis at Helena Station.
Miss Allie Alexander who has been
visiting relatives in the county for the
past week returned home yesterday.
has nearly live miles of
miners are en a strike
Jehn L. Sullivan has get down te
weight limit, 2iu pounds
Nicholas county has been divided into
four Magisterial Districts.
AiiEiuiEBN is te have a new drugstore,
conducted by Myers & Stevenson.
Dn. M. G. McDonald, a former resi
dent of Louisville, died at Orlande, Fla.
Phillip Mauiieh, the missing New
port saloenist, has returned te his home.
William Foetnauqh, one of the most
prominent citizens of Adams county, O.,
died suddenly at Manchester.
A Hahiusen and Rcid Club has been
organized at Butler, Harrison county,
with a charter membership of forty-two.
Tut: meeting of the State Lcaguoef Re
publican Clubs at Lexington next Tues
day, the 10th, premises te be a great af
fair. Rev. E. W. Queen has been appointed
by the County Court guardian of Sarah
Jane Whaley, with A. O. Nelsen as
Semb of the rooms in the Louisville
Custom Heuse aie te be enlarged, $3,000
having been appropriated by Congress
for that purpose.
Themas J. Head, who has a wife in
Illinois and one in Calloway county, this
state, has beeu. arrested for bigamy by
the Marshal of Murray.
The heuse of W. A. Dixen of New
castle, Henry county, was ontered by a
burglar at midnight, who succeeded in
getting away with $07 Ju meney.
Aahen nud Otte Qulscnberry and
Geerge Boyd have been arrested at Cadiz
for complicity iu tue murder or nuls
Blakely by Leuis Smith nt Wnllenia.
On account Democratic Convention at
Catlcttsburg, August 17th and 18th, the
C. nnd O. will sell round trip tickets en
above dates at rate of 4 cents per mile.
FitANi; Rev, aged 20, has made two un
successful attempts te kill himself in
Zanesville, O., because n gill jilted him.
lie says lie will use a gun next tlrue and
makesuie of the job.
On account of colerod fair at Charles
ton, W. Va.. August 22d, 23d and 24th,
the C. and O. will sell round trip tickets
at one fare for the round trip, geed re
turning until the 20th.
Rememueii, The Ledeeu prints "Help
Wuuted," "Lest." "Found.'' and similar
notices net of n-business character, free
of charge. The only thing we rcquire is
that the copy be sent in before 0 o'clock
en.day of publication.
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On account of reunion of the Seventieth
Ohie Rcgluient at Ceney Island, August
25th und 20th, the C. and O. will sell round
trip tickets en the above dates at ene
fare for the round trip. Geed going only
en trains Nes. 17 anil 10,
The Pcople's party of Brown cuunty,
O., has placed the following ticket
in the Held: Auditor. M. D. Q. Berrv of
Pleasant Township; Sheriff, William
Heward of Jeffersen; Commissioner, J,
D, Davere of Union; Recorder, Josse M.
Park of Clark; Infirmary' Dlrocter,
Leenard Moeii of Greem
MAYSVILLE, KY.t FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892.
KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT.
What We May Kxpcct Between This Time
and Te-morrow Evening.
TltK LUDQEll'S ll'K.mKK SIGNALS.
ll7iI(etH-amer faiu; llluc itviNerSNOw;
With Witch A IIOVK 'twill WAIIMGK KIOW.
ir IUaclt'n iir.NKXTM cei.HEit "twill he;
Unless Ulaek'n shown no ctintnre we'll sec.
jaTh'e nheve lerecilsts nre made ler a
pciled of thlrt--tx hours, endlnir nt 8 o'clock
Oh. tnllor-mnde divinities
With skirts e thfht Ht!
Yeu miike a lcllew wonder hew
On earth you ever sit.
lint what we chleily want te knew,
Te set our minds at cne.
Is hew j ou keep theso narrow skirts
Frem hawing at the knees.
COLDWA TEIt. Mich.
ler girl club."
has an "old bachc-
Jehn McDAimvef Salmen Falls, Mass.,
has double teeth all arem.d.
R. U. Gayle, Cashier of tlie First Na
tional Bank of Princeton, has resigned.
A sien en a street in Philadelphia
reads: " Ceal oil, weed, milk and ether
C. W. ZiMMEitY, a well-known con
tractor and builder of Covington, died
suddenly in that city.
Henuy B. Kidkii, United States Censul
at Copenhagen, has admitted that he is
guilty of embezzlement.
A medal wen by De Sote, the discov discev discov
cieref the Mississippi river, will be ex
hibited at the World's Fair.
The Democratic Congressional Con
vention of the Sixth District will be held
at Warsaw, Gallatin count', September
Allen Milten Buownine of Hunting
ton, W. Va., is 00 years old, has beeu
married six times and has sixty-seven
A laiiee hotel is te be built en the
Highlands back of Newport. A company
with a capital stock of $200,000 has been
Jehn Alleii of Pittsburgh was bitten
by a deg in 1877. Each year since en the
anniversary of the biting he has been
seized with terrible spasms.
Reiuiesentativb JeruN of Rockcastle
county married the daughter of a tenant
en, his farm at Danville. There is seme
mighty lively talk about the affair.
A Pauisian meteorologist has written a
book of U00 pages te prove that the elec
tricity of thunderstorms Is caused by tbe
friction of rain drops ou hailstones.
Jeseph Colwell of Birmingham,
Conn., wants a wife and eilers te marry
any geed looking girl who will make a
balloon nsceusieu with him ou August
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Judee Themas F. U.vnais has been
sued In the Law and Equity Court at
Louisville for $220 23 en a promissory
note. The plaintiffs are E. Marshall and
A. K. Maishall.
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The most pewciful and heaviest gun
iu the world weighs 135 tens, is 40 feet in
length and has a 13J inch bore. Its range
is cloven miles, with a projectile weigh
ing 1,800 pounds.
Du. Richaut, who killed Jehn W.
Samuels at Mt. Sterling a year age, nnd
who moved te Missouri after the killing,
has become violently insane ami is new
centlned iu an asylum.
The Covington Light Guards have
dropped that name and taken the
designation of the Gaithcr Rifles in honor
of the Colonel of the Second Regiment te
which they are attached.
Alleuten, the great trotting stallion,
strained the tcuder of his right leg In a
race at Davenport, la., last week, and
will he laid up for the season at n less te
his owner of probably 810O.OQ0.
A 11EMAUKA11LK continuance of an in
herited practice is that of migratory
birds, which are said te cress the Medi
terranean at a point proven te have been
ence the narrowest part of the sea, but
which is far from being se new.
The eldest church iu the United States
is the Church of San Miguel, erected at
Santa Fe, N. M seveuty-scven years be
fore the landing of tbe Pilgrims ou Ply
mouth Reck, twenty years before the
founding of St. Augustine, Fla., and
flfty-thrcu years after the landing of
.nil m m 1 1
' Aftkii paying all the expenses of on en on
tertaining the Press Association at Lex
ington last spring the Treasurer of the
Entertainment Fund found that he had a
balauce of $03 82 ou hand, which sum
was divided equally among Lexington's
three charitable-institutions, St. Jeseph's
Hospital, Protestant Infirmary and Heme
of the Friendless.
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A wendeuvui. spring, se it is alleged,
has been discovered in Greenup county.
The water Is coin and colorless, but when
applied te dress goods or carpets colors
them a dcep red. The flesh of persons
who bathe In It Is turned te a light bleed
red, and, when applied te the hair it
bleadincs It. It la said a nuruber of fam
ilies In the neighborhood have used the
water fer years. "
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Ohie photographers arc
in session nt
has a child very sick
Numukiis of excursionists are going te
Huntington is talking
au artillery company.
HUOH COSTELLO WHS
Sherlock at Lebanon.
shot by Reger
RnniESENTATIVE BltECKINItlDOE is at
his home in Lexington.
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The colored Knights Templars of Ohie
ate in session at Springfield.
Dave Deckeu. of Lima. O., was bitten
in the hnnd by a tarantula.
Fakmeii Ehicksen, near Mt. Gilead,
O., was killed by the kick of a horse.
Ciiaules Munan, aged 89, the eldest
citizen of Campbell county, is dead.
The Mayer of Manchester receives
$120 a year for his valuable services.
Theiie will doubtless he seme fun at
tlie Deineciatic piecinct meeting te-morrow
Ciiaules Simms an" empleye of the
Newpett Rolling Mill, was overcome by
Messhs. DEithCH, Dinger and Zech will
sail fteui Bremen te morrow en their re
Mrs. Pikkije Kendall and six children
living in the Sixth Waid are ill from
Ciiaules Baueuii, living near Oxford,
O , has bleed poison from the bite of a
big green fly.
McCiiacken county has tailed for the
second time te place its $400,000 of re
Rev. Velkek, of the St. Jehn's Pro
testant Church, Bellevue, has been miss
ing for two weeks,.
William Kami, with a big jag en,
walked into the canal at Cincinnati but
was risked out by pelicemeu.
Nicholasville is the uct fair iu the
Bluegrass (Jrcuit, commencing next Fii
day and continuing live days.
The Maysville Assembly will entertain
during the fair en Fiidav evening,
August 20th, at the Neptune Hall.
a keuiitii'Class I'osieuico nas eecn es
tablished at Ages, Harlan county, and
Loyd Ball appointed Postmaster.
IlRNitv Cram, who was badly hurt by
a vicious horse at the race-course, was
better yesteulay, and will probably re
cover. A novelty iu the way of a wagon pro
pelled by electricity was seen en the
streets of Chicago Tuesday. It travels
ten miles an hour.
Manchester, new has a 'Squire who
will rival Massie Bcasley in the matri
monial business. 'Squire James E. Pang
burn is the man. Signal.
Queen Victeiha has summoned Mr.
Gladstone te her Isle of Wight residence,
where she intends intrusting te him the
formation of a new Government.
Huntington is new inakiug an eilert
towards having sweepers for the paved
streets of that city, and asks the Council
te consider the matter without delay.
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Geerge Buncecic of Rush township,
111., fliatricd Julia Dean, a granddaughter
of his deceased wife, who was a widow
with several children when he mnrricd
m in 1
Paintsville is inakiug an ctleit to
wards the organization of a Fair Com
pany, a monthly stock sale, and a com
pany of State .Militia, new that the smnll smnll
pex scare has subsided.
A committee has been appointed by
the different labor organizations of Lex
ington te draft by-law's antra constitution
for tlie permanent oignnizatien of a Cen
tral Laber Union en the 23 inst.
Clarence Steckdali: and Clarence
Stevens get into au altercation en Mar
ket street last night. They pawed around
considerably, but neither ene wns much
hurt. They both live in the Fifth Ward.
Miss Luella Brown entertained a large
number of her young friends last night
at her home in Cliften with a dancing
party. All enjoyed themselves thorough
ly. Nlce refreshments were served at 11
Some of the racing events during the
coming Blue Ribbon Fair will be of great
iuterest te horsemen all ever the country.
On Tuesday the first day, the great
California pacer Fnusta, with a ene year
record of 2:22 will start in the two year
old pacing race. On Saturday Freu
Freu. also a Californian, witli a ene year
trotting record of 2:23 is entered in the
Cincinnati Tobacco Warehouse Stakes
for two year old. This is the first appear
ance of these horses iu a race iu the
Gillett. 2.17. and Dr. Sparks, 2 17J
will also meet ter the first time.
Don't forget the date, August 2.M te
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lUrlew Hiulbvrt' MaKiflrtut MlnstreU.
Barlew Brethers Minstrels will open
the season at Washington Opera-beuse
en next Thursday evening, August 18th
This company numhersever thirty celu
brated fun maKers, principal of which
may be mentioned the acknowledged
leader of the comedy firmament, Billy
Barlew, that droll and funny fellow who
will surely-make you laugh, Larry Mc Mc
Avey In a new specialty; James Barlew
will introduce, for the first time here, his
latest terpsichercan divertissement coini ceini
que, "West Point Cadets and Vasaar
Belles;" Arthur La Bourd, England's
famous tenor soloist; the MiyihaUau
Quartette;Hummell, Hudsen. Btarks and
west, and Manager A. L. DoUen'a latest
European importations. "Ferry,' and the
marvelleus Loen Brethers. The sale of
heats U new In progress at Nelsen's,.
A very interesting game of ball was
played yesterday afternoon at the Fair
Grounds between the Old Maysville team
and the Fifth Ward club, resulting in a
victory for the latter by a score of 19 te 0.
Cox and Davis were the battery for the
Old Town and Nelin and Rudy for the
Fifth Ward. Umpire, William Ucflin.
Anether game will probably be arranged
for next Thursday.
The Fiftli Ward Club would like te
hear from the Aberdeen Browns. They
have challenged them ence through these
columns but could get ue satisfactory
lilt Men nf the U.iai: .Neli-im Lttatf.
The real estate of the late Isaac Nelsen
has been divided among his heirs as
Simen Nelsen gets the West hnlf of the
double let and heuse en North side of
Second, between Sutten and Market;
also the residence in Fifth Ward new
occupied by him; ale an undivided one
third interest iu a let en North side of
the Lexington pike or Fourth street.
Mary Nelsen, Lillian Nelsen and
William N. Nelsen each get an undivided
one-third interest in the Eastern half of
the double house and let en North shle of
Second street, mentioned above, also the
parcel known as the blacksmith let en
Seuth side of Second street at the corner
of Lee; and each of the three receive au
undivided one-ninth interest in a let en
the Seuth side of Second street, East of
Market, and in the let en the North side
of the Lexington pike or Fourth street.
Mrs. Jennie E. McDonald gets the
parcel en the North side of Third street,
known as the "cooper shop let;" also an
undivided two-thirds interest in the let
en Seuth side of Second street, East of
Market, also an undivided one third
interest in the let en North side of
Lexington pike or Fourth street.
Rev. Alexander McDade of this city
lins been notified by his attorney, M. C.
Hutchins, that a pension has been granted
him at tlie rate of 510 per month from
September lOtli, 1891
General Grant's mother, father and
maiden sister arc buried in Cincinnati
Cemetery, their last testing place marked
by a modest gianite monument designed
by General Grant himself.
Nevt Sunday will be the fortieth auni
versary of the famous explosion of the
powder magazine, that memorable event
in Maysville's history having occurred en
the night of the 1 'th of August, 1892.
W II. Squires and Mis3 Lucy E. Banta
both of Bourbon county, were married
at Aberdeen last night by 'Squire Beas
ley. They were accompanied by Miss
Maggie Lee. The entire party is stepping
at the Grand View Hetel.
The adjournment of Congress com
pletes a thirty years' service iu the Heue
for Mr. O'Neill of Pennsylvania. Mr.
Uelman comes next in length of repre
sentation, as lie lias been for twenty
eight years a Congressman.
Herd Winn, the cigar manufacturer,
has closed out his business here and gene
te Point Pleasant te take charge of a hotel
theic. Herd made many friends in this
city while located here, who will very
much regret his departure. Ashland
Colonel Themas II. Sherley an
nounces in n card te the voters of the
Louisville Congressional District that he
will net new enter into a contest for the
Democratic nomination for Congress,
giviug as his reason his duties as a mem
ber of the National Committee.
The preposition submitted te the
League of American Wheelmen te admit
negrees te membership is meeting with
violent opposition in the Senate. The
Seuth contributes a large number of
members te the League, and it is the
sense of the Southern branches te oppose
the admittance of the negre.
The C. and O. management have
ellered !).000 for three practically vacant
lets at Augusta. Their two owners ask
815,000. The company needs the ground
for depot and siding purposes and will
mere than likely proceed te have the
property condemned under the law pre
videil for such contingencies
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The window-glass scale at Pittsburgh
is settled, and all of the factories will
start up either September 24th or October
1st. The Wage Committee of Manufac
turers and Workers met Wednesday af
ternoon and adopted last year's scale
with a few slight changes. The manu
facturers will meet jn Columbus, O , next
week te decide when the start will be
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A New Yerk paper says Ev Congress
man Phil B. Thompson of Kentucky,
new a prosperous lawyer at Washington,
is at the Heffman Heuse. He is an in
tense Democrat and a friend of Senater
Hill. Colonel Thompson docs net take a
roseate view of the Democratic situation,
and does net see hew it is pessible for
this state tu be carried for Mr, Cleveland.
Colonel Thompson has come te New
Yerk te stay until after the election
The Moscow, O , Flouting Mills burned
te the ground. It was the finest in the
state, built four years age, with a capac
ity of 100 barrels dally. It had ever JQ.
000 bushels of wheat ou hand and ISO
barrels of Heur. The mill was crowded
with -orders, and had te run until 11
o'clock p. m. The origin of the tire is
unknown. The total less will exceed
$2.",000. Insurance, $10,000. This is the
third mill te burn en the same let owned
by 1). B. Morten & Brether.
Jariink, the New Yerk "boedlo'
Alderman, will have served out his sen
teneo early in September, Warden Brush
says that he has net only been a model,
but a manly prisoner. He has gained
the respect of all the officers of Sing
Sing, and when he comes out in
September he will be absolutely upon his
wife's bounty for his support. Mrs.
Jaehne has been a most tlovetcd wife.
She established a boardlngheuso of high
class In Nyack, across the river, se that
bIie would be able te visit her husband
whenever the misen rules permitted.
She has done se well that ske. has saved
some meney, and when Jaehne is released
he expects te go direct te his wife's
I A SECOND PLOT ';
Assassinate Manager H. C.
Aaren Stamm, a New Yerk Anarchist
the Man Suspected.
The Information Warn Often te the Felic
by Vlce-Cennul EberhArt, of Atutlia
Secretary I.evell Informed bjr Letter ,
That III Itaya Are Few.
PiTTSBUneii, Pa., Aug. 12. A morn
ing paper Friday published a story te
the effect that the poHce have discov
ered another plot te assassinate H. C.
Frlck. The name of the supposed In
tended assassin is Aaren Stamm, of
Yerk, an anarchist, who Is friendly
with Bergman and Emma Geldmnnn.
The information was given by Vice-N
Censul Ebcrhardt, of Austria. Stamm
is being looked for. It is learned that
Secretary Levtjll, of New Yerk, has
been informed by letter that he has but
a few dnys te live. Hugh O'Donnell,
chairman of the advisory committee, re
turned te Homestead Thursday from
his trip through Canada and the north
ern states. He was greeted with seme
cerdlalltv by the locked-out men, but
his appearance did net create a furore.
Mr. O'Donnell stepped at Terente, New
Yerk, Bosten and ether New England
There arc marry who think that the
settlement of the strike may lead te a,
reopening of conference. The Carnegie
Ce. Is said te be affected both ways by
the settlement, and that the benefits of
It arc equaled by the disadvantages.
The advisory committee adjourned at
Homestead at 12 o'clock Thursday
night, delivering a flattering report.
It was received with enthusiasm and
O'Donnell was Indorsed by resolution.
William A. Carney, member of
the general executive council of
the American federation of labor,
who is also vlec-presldcnt of
the Amalgamated association of Iren
and iSteel workers, arrived In Homo Home Heme
stead Thursday evening te arrange for
the quarterly meeting of th council
of the federation, which will meet here
In the iceuncll are Samuel Gompers,
president of the American Federation
and representative from the Cigars
Makers International nnlen; Chris
Evans, of the United Mine workers; J.
B. Lennen, of the Tuilers and Cutters'
union; P. J. McGulrc, general secretary
Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners.
Te Savu Wehrir Neck.
Cei.lmb:8, O., Aug. 12. An effort Is'
being made te have the death sentence
of Henry Wehrli. the Tuscarawas coun
ty murderer new In the annex, com
muted te Imprisonment for life. At
torney Olmstead, of New Philadelphia,
served notice en the governor and the
state beard of pardons Thursday that
an application for a commutation will
be made. Wchrll is sentenced te hang
en September 30, and Ms case will be
presented at the next meeting of the
I J New Yerk.
J Cleveland .
I Chicago., ...
J 'Leulsune ..
1 St. Louts
I Philadelphia 8
I Itestcm 4 j
J naltlmere. a
I Washington 0
Hew They Hank.
Weh. Lest Per Ct.
11 ( .500
St. Louts 6
Mle-hlgnn Prohibitionist Nominate
Owosso, Mich,, Aug. 12. At the pro
hibition state convention Thursday the
following nominations were made: Rev.
I Jehn Rnssell, of New Haven, governor;
E. U lireuer, Owosso, lieutenant-governor,
G. R. Malenc, Lansing, secretary ,
of state; David B. Tayler, treasurer;
T. E. W. Adanu., auditor-general; My My
eon II. Walker, Grand Rapids nttornoy ntternoy nttorney
gcncral; A. L BcnedrcU commissioner
state land otuce; Rebert D. Avann. su
perintendent of public instruction; Dr.
Alfred M. Webster, Iosco, member of
state beard of ctlucatlen. National
ClilM Scalded te tK-nth.
Coai.ten, O., Aug. 13. Thursday
morning, at the breakfast tabic, Mrs.
Theodere Barlew had her eighteen eighteon eighteen
menths child en her lap. She was pour
ing out the coffee for the morning meal.'
when the coffee-pet slipped from her ;
hand, all the contents Issuing en the ,'i
child's head, scalding it horribly. Itt
suffered intense agony and died In the -'.
evening. The mother is almost crazed, -A
Washioten, Aug. 12. Fer Ohio Ohie
Fair, warmer, variable, winds, shifting
Fer Tennessee and Kentucky Fair,
preceded by showers; warmer; south
Fer Western lHmnsylvanla and West
Virginia 'Warmer, vnrlable winds.
Fer Indiana and Illinois Fair,
warmer, southeast winds.
Tern by n Cat.
1seli.kfextai.nk, O., Aug. 10. Arthur
Yoder, the four-year-old son of Chris,
Ycder, had his right check nearly tern
off Thuredny by a vfcleus house cat
The little fellow was playing with the
feline, when it flew at him, tearing
away almost the entire sidVef- his face,
The lad's sufferings arc terrible in the
Ce nun l ltyrter" Ciuhs
Washington, Aug. 13. The Danish
minister has notified tlu state depart
ment that he has been in formed by his
government of the confession orCensui
Ryder. Nejhlng will be dene by the
department in the matter until the case
Is bottled by the Danish judicial authorities.