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VOL. 2 NO. 124. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, APRIL 1(1, 18813. PRICE ONE CENT.
TClio Jrcal Flro nt Iiitqnc,
New York, April 10. Panama
says: Tlie llro at Iquiquo de-
.stroycd ten blocks.. Tlio fire did not reach
Iho' business portion of the city, stopping
at tho jnurkot place. All tlio offices, depots
ol tho railways, tho parish church,
the Fourth of July Hotel, cable companies'
offices, nnd private dwellings of .Messrs.
Loayzn, Jameson, Dawson Carvallo, James,
Massurdo, Carlos, Gallagher, nnd a
of others burned to the ground. It is
paid a vast nmoiint of property rescued
from the burning buildings was stolen,
The losses are estimated at $1,500,000; insured.
Five hundred families arc- rendered
The principal theater at Lima burned
down on tho night of tho loth of .March. A
,Jargo crowd had lett tho theater only a
short time before the lire broke out. Two
'firemen wcro fatally injured. Tho theater
Smallpox in Imlluiin.
Indiaxai'OLIS, April 11. That ugly
pestilence, smallpox, is giving indications
of its nppcarancc. Louis Holtz, a clerk in
the ticket oflico nl the Union Depot, is down
with it. n,nd Lafayette Snell, colored, employed
in the barber shop in the depot, ha3
the varioloid. Two members of Dr. Moore's
family nro reported to-day as having it and
it is said that three members of the same
family have just recovered from it. The
board of health says that their information
ns to cases comes generally by accident.
The local objections to the publication of
cases is so strong that local health oiiiccis
do not inform the Stnte Hoard. It is known,
however, that there urc many cases along
the Ohio river, ami in the Southoiu aud
.Eastern part of the State.
em! Ilojfi. Jturlnrs, i'tc.
Mexico, April 14. Thursday night unknown
parties distributed nil over the city
bits of poisoned meats, nnd as a consequence
forty or fifty dogs, some of them
very valuable, have died. In two or threi
instances the animals poisoned cos
their owners from $50 to SIO0. and earnest
cfibrt to find out the perpetrators proved
futile. All species of canines woie carted
. out of town by tho wngou loads, with the
owners heaping maledictions on the
who murdered them. The opinions
seems to prevail that thu wholesale destruction
of the dogs bodes no good to tho
town, nnd that a raid by burglars may be
looked for uiost any uight.
I'll Ion Iron mill SI eel Company.
Ciiicauo, April 16. A niceling was held
yesterday by the stockholders of the Union
lion and Steel Company, which suspended
some months since. Tho .capital stock was
increased fiom $1,000,000 to SJl.OOO.OOO.
. and nearly all of tho additional stook litis
been pledged. Tho company will be reorganized,
and the rolling mill will bo started
up soon wilh 2,000 iiion;, Satisfactory settlements
with tho creditors are now being
made. It is stated tliat the company can
start with two months work on hand on
orders, if the resumption of work occurs
this month. The managers say that they
have oll'eis from over 12,000 men to commence
.May 1, as hiindiods of skilled iron
workers aro idle in the VVe3t.
Arrest o( XiltillitH in Itimsin.
Rekli.v, April 15. Advices have been
jiceived at St. Petersburg to the eifccl that
tho secret police in that city, as well as al
Moscow, nre making numerous arrests at
night time, in consequence of tho recent
utrong revival of (fin Nihilist intrigues. On
tho 4th inst. arrests were ma le
In a house in Wassely Ostrow, where a
quantity of prcparod explosives was discovered.
Tho newspapers aro forbidden,
on pain of complete suspension, to publish
reports of arrests or of the trial of
and the other nihilists, which
was b'egnn on 'jho ' 8th . inst. with closed
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A Noriiillst l'tiMIsIilup; Company.
Bt. Louis, April 10. A decree of incorporation
was issued yesterday from Judge
llornor's court for the Workingmen's Pub.
Hailing Association of St. Louis. The parties
incorporating declured it (o be their intention
to "unite fheir labor and capital in the
business of publishing and spreading newspapers,
books, and printings, tho aim of
which shall be to publish aud spread socialistic
newspapers and writings for the purpose
of removing tho present system of tho
ubjectlon of labor by capital.
Condition of roreltfit AYlioul.
Washington, April 15. A report from
tho London agent of the Department of
Agriculture, makes the probable decrease
in the area of wheat in Great Uritain 15
cent., and 10 porcont. in France. Thoro
Jier n reduction of area in Russia. In
Austrian Hungary a full breadth has been
sown. The condition of the plant at tho
present time is not generally very favorable
IJrnilliuiKli Acquit toil of IIIiisphein.T.
London, April 15. Tho trial of Charles
Bradlaugli, who, with, the proprietor of tho
Free Thinker, Is charged with publishing a
sketch of the Dolty and blasphemous libels,
ko resulted In Bradlaugh's acquittal.
FROM WIN TO ALTAR
Servant's Influence Over n New
0!lonovnii Itossii .Villi Ills
' ' I'roulileiit.
Collin lo Altar.
II u.TUtoitK, April 15. Last evening the
Church of the Immaculate Conception, in
this cily, was thronged with society
folks to witness tho nuptials of
Miss Mary Griffith, daughter of the late
John II. Griffith, n former leading merchant
of this cily, nnd Mr. Vivian Neal. The
bride is a beautiful young woman of nlmut
twenty-one, and for the past two seasons
lias been a belle in Ihiliimnrc society.
Tho Rev. John A. Muloney performed the
inarriago ceremony. Three years ago.
when Miss Griffith was living in Cincinnati,
she fell down a tlight of stairs
nnd received injuries which were
fatal. Several physicians called to
see her and prouounccd her hopeless.
She afterward grew much worse, fell into a
comatose state, and, ns it was thought,
died. Tho body was prepared for
burial and lay for two days in a
enskct. On the day appointed fur the
funeral, when tho corriages and hearse
were at the door, just as the coffin
was being closed, it was noticed that the
life-like appearanco of the supposed corpse
became moro pronoiiined. nnd there were
slight signs of returning vitality. A
physician wa called, nnd after an hour or
so Miss Gritlith returned to consciousness.
The gathering wns turned into ono
ofioy. The girl recovcied. and has since
been in better health than befoie.
ServJint's liilliit'iicu Over n
New YnrtK, April lo. The children of
John Gill, n millionaire manufacturer of
this city, are trying to have their father
declared insane in order to have him removed
from the influence of Al'ue Wood-hull,
an lingliph servant, who has
had complete control of him for
nearly three; year-'. The old man
was on the stand seemed to
ha veno knowledge of any of the
nlfiifs of life. Counsel fur the ohildiiui
-aid that he wMIM show that Alice Wood-hull
was in the habit of lulling a Government
bond for $500 nl! qd at the
two or thive timoi" a week. Sic
Inul ono o1' t' bonds I'lislusd. this .
la-foil' the eviiiiiiii.itiiiii begn'ti. Mrs.
Mai ia Smith. Mr. Gill daughter, said that
A lire- Woodlnill lived a a servant at SU) a
month. It was in the year Wil that -he
first IiCijiiu to notico the estrangement of
her father, ami the fatnUidiity which he
assumed toward Alice- Wnmlbiill. In
Augyst, 17.1. he told her bo had better
lcuvo the house. Slio did so. Every attempt
on "the part of any of his children to see
him had been repulsed by Mice Woodhull
and her sister Harriot, who had afterward
como over from England. Lust September
she had gone to tho in company with
her shier, Mrs. Jmio Poole, together with a
Harriot Woodhull ciime to tho
door, and at first to admit them.
She finally went into tlio house, nnd returned
with Mr. Gill, who received his
daughters affectionately. Although Mr.
Gill several times told her to go into lite
kitchen, Harriet defied him to his face.
Her sister Alice came in shortly after, and
as soon as she saw Mrs. Poole she became
violent with passion, and going to Mr
Oil! she shook him roughly by the shoulder
and shrieked: "Hayeii't'l told you that I
won't have these people hcicV If you
don't put thorn out I will call a policeman.
If they over como hero aenin everything
will bo at an end bctweon us. Mind." Mis.
Smith also testilicd that shortly before
sho left her father's ltotiso In
18711, ho had spoken to her of his affairs,
and told her that he was worth
at least $500,000. His income fiom Government
bonds alone, ho said, was $50 a
day. Whon thoy left the house aAor tho
Interview the Woodhull girl would not let
their father come lo the door, but held him
back. As they wcro going out, Alice
Woodhull had told them : Take a good
look at your father, its this is the last time
vou will ever see his face again,"
O'DonoviMi ItoMHii lo til o Irc III out i
New York, April 15. ODonovan Ilossa
yesterday furnished a reporter the following
copy of a letter which explains itself! ,
" United Immiman Omen, New Your,
March 29, 1883. To, Jlit tht
Pmident of the United States Dear President
Arthur: You will see by tho onolosed
clipping from tho United Irishman that
I have publicly appealed to you for
some assistance to enable the Irish
peoplo to relievo themselves of all
their misfortune. 1 appeal to you
now by letter, I would not do anything
that would personally hurt or
harm you, nnd I hopo you will favorably
respond. You avo a man of Irish blood,
and must, thcroforc, feel moro or less humiliation
at this continual talk about tho
mlsory and degradation of tho Irish.
Yours, very respectfully,
" I have not givon that out for publication
beforo," explained O'Donpvan, " be-
cause courtesy required that I should first
wait a rcasonablo time for an answer. I
was with Arthur in the custom house, and
he always treated mo very civilly."
" Then you have not as yet received an
" What kind of assistance did you
" Whatever he chose to give us."
" Hut you 3ttrely could not expect that in
his position ho could contribute to the
"He ini;rht have done it privately. 1
would not have bctrnyed his confidence."'
IKumijrlimToslliiioiiy Against Nrlicllor
Mii.w.M'i;i;t:, Wis. April lo. A sensation
was caused nt the Scheller trial yesterday
by the testimony of I.itichnn, the
chief engineer of the Nowhnll House
at tho tinie"of the tire, who said he
was lecently approached by McKonney, attorney
for Si heller, and n frIooii keeper
named Adam Hoth, who asked him to -wear
that the fire was caused by a gas jet in the
bottom of the elevator shaft. as this testimony
would clear the accused. The
is submitting testimony, showing
(hat the and neaily all its fixtures,
which Scheller insured in his name, were
in reality the propirty of the Newhnll
Hou-e Company. It was shown thai
Scheller's debts were over $!, 01). and
proved that he attempted to borrow $50(
how Dr. Crocker befoie the fire.
t'urf tir Testimony 3oInt Itir ' Kill
Inliuiuitniiit'M t'rucliccd iiy tin
Pi April lo. The taking of
in ihe investigation of the Tewkesbury
was continued yesterday
Utto iiuinden, a German, testified that he
was obliged to bathe in water that had
been uud by men having sores, and wui
compelled to work in tho bakery.
Charles II. Marsh, clerk at Tcivkes,bury,
r.nd son of the wns next
called. Ho kept t c bivks. All the books
haie besn &ent to the No leg.
burials of the iUmiJ Iiks been
r.nd tin re no nicnim of finding out wliat
'.as beiome oi' who haw did. The
" M, hao no recrd of tho clothing
w n teli the inmates buughl to tno
Money bcktigin to niinntes5 is
gicu to sue when they come, and 1 give it
to them when they go away, but,. Uk.o..nu
leceipt' for'k.' '"kept"ii",ix'coMi of bmik
books belonging to inmates, gnp tho books
of dead inmates to Mr. Wrightlnton, npil
took receipts for tltein. 1 know from my
brother that there is n memorandum 2cept
of tho bodies sent away."
It appearing that all the books had riot
been produced. Governor Duller ngaiu demanded
that they bo surrendered, so that
he could examine them. At this point tho
hiaring was adjourned.
TWO OI? A xti;x.
)Ir. Kimpp tlio I'.l.'i'iml
Sloop, Wlille Joiicx. n Oil ho r, toilers
tlio l.iint V oil tic in itmNcitm ol' l.i.'o.
St. Ixii'is April 15. A Mrs. Kimpp,
Montrose avenue, near Clark,
n decided sensation this afternoon by
appearing at a second-story window, throwing
a bottle partially filled with n dark
liquid into tho street, shrieking, " l
have taken poison." Tho neighbors
ran to Iter assistance and found
tho young woman lying on tho bed in great
pain. She admitted having taken poison
in tlio of eyo water hut reiurnod no
cohet ent answers to questions as lo whether
she had douo so witli suicidal intent or by
accident. Sho lui3 bcun living in tho locality
bul two weeks, and was unknown lo
the noighbors. Marks on clothing in
tho room gnvo tho name of her reputed
husband, a young until of good connection,
and a noighbor drove oil' rapidly in
a buggy to bring tlio young man iii question.
Ho was terribly prostrated by the
affair, but lent every assistance to the
three physicians who weie speedily
summoned. By nightfall the young
woman was pronounced out of danger.
Her career has been nn eventful one in
this community and Kansas City, where
she figured as tho victim
of a ci ti.y male companion who died in a
Frank M. Jones, a calker, employed in
the docks at Carondolet, got drunk yesterday,
anil this mnrniofc .vm fined $5 in the
Police Court. This niiernoun ho committed
suicide by shooting hluisolf in tut old
mill on tho cornor ofMarceau and Polk
atioets, Carondolet. Jones was a married
man, and leaves a wife and Bovcral children.
Ho is said to havo been dcspoildont
for soino time past.
Tlio Trouble ISrtivcvii tlio Union mill
Non-Union Men nt Nprinllflil, III.,
ItCNiilts in u Ilattift with l'lriirniM.
Sprinofigld, III., April lo. Tho
over tho dastardly attack upon non-unionists
by tho rolling mill strikers on
Thursday continues intense The trouble
camo about as follows : Dad feeling
has existed for somo timo against the
company nnd non-union men, but it was
thought that no troublo would arise, and a
guard of Deputy Sheriffs wliioh had bon
stationed at the mills wus withdrawn
Wednesday. Thursday forenoon some of
the non-union men went to the Sangamon
river to fish. While passing through n
small belt of timber they wore nttuckod
by a number of union men, Biipposed to
liavo followed them from the mill. Two men
were badly beaten. About 7 o'clock p. m. tho
day turn went ofT, nnd while a number
of workmen wcro standing under tho chuto
of tho South Co-operative coal shaft, a pistol
was fired from tho upper works. This
was followed by the order fire," and almost
instantly a volley from shotguns and
tevolvors wus poured in on the men below.
Thrco men fell. One of the victims,
named Waldon, pierced by thirty-four
balls, died instantly. Samuol Dritton wns
shot through the lip, nnd Josoph Mulvana
through the chest and lungs. The Sheriff
hns leeched notice that a military force
ivill be dispatched by the Governor immediately
on receipt of a telegraphic request.
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MAIlItimi) AN ACTOR
Ami SiihsMiittiHy Discovered Mint
lllcrjllrciim or I.ove M'iih u Myth.
St. Louis, April 15. Mrs. Louisa
who is the daughter of Dr. C.
of the has entered tho
courts for the purpose of procuring a
from Wilhelin RieckholT. Sho 'states
that they wero married May 5, 18t0. In
April, lbS2, her husband, without any just
causoor provocation, ataented himself from
her, and has remained away ever since.
Mrs. Uieckhoff alleges that her husband
refused and neglected to support her or the
family. There were two children of the
union, but both died. This is a sad caso
of a young and pretty girl of culture nnd
refinement falling in love with nn actor
attached to tho German troupe. His
was manifested not long after
their marriage, nnd his smiles nnd attentions
wero transferred to attractive
actresses. This broke tho heart of the little
woman who bore his name. Her dream
of love was rapidly dispelled, and ut length
she was crushed nt one blow by the death
of her little ones. Tho husband gathered
together a little money at the close of tho
thoatrical season of 18S2 ami crossed the
Atlantic, leaving his young wife to be
cared for by her parents.
Itoucrt .Unssoy imil .Jimies V..
i:pinf Their Crimes.
Tout Smith, Auk., April 15. Hubert
Massoy was hanged hero Friday for the
murder of Edwin P. Clark, in the Chickasaw
Nation, December A, lSST. "Jlo'th were
Texan?, and tho motive for tho crime was
Jack-ox, Mis April 15. lnm K. Robinson
was litiiisred at Ciirt'ollnui. Kiidnv
k for of W. II. Adair. Mnj 2, 188m.
,lt was a mulieioitv iiiiiuler,
and nothing but money ard influence delayed
SAM W U.KKU HONE UV AXOTIIKM ItOflK.
CuHMiiis, S. (.'., Ajiril 15. Sum Wulkur,
onnteiicvd to be hauled nt Sii.irniubui'ir on
M.tv 2 1, for thu niitider ot Moes
ins, died in jail yesterday of consumption.
AI.KIlKll IJ, I'ACKKR MAY OKI- ItlAHV.
Dkxvi:i, April 16. At Lake City, Saturday,
the jury in the ca-e of Alfred G.
Packer, charged wilh murdering his five
companions in Son .limn county in ISr'J.
returned a ventict of gtti'ty. It will be
that thW is the fellow who, alter
killiug his lictim, nte of theii ricsli .iml
thus auliirted lor sevorul dis.
'I ln Mm- ttoiilo Trlnl.
Wisiitsi.T s, At ril 15. The G ivcvninct
put on the -Hind in lite Star Route trial
yesterday a number of uitneshes to prove
the dispatches ent lo Ilcrdell. All Ihcse
witnesses wero employes of the Western
Union Telcgr.tph Company in New York
City. The testified as to how the
dispatches were dest toyed tit Holyoke,
Mass., and the loutinc gone tltioitgh before
they arrived nt the mill.
Ol the dates and contents' of the dispatches
they were ignorant, the dispatches
being bound in bales. C. V. Pay, a Post-office
Inspector, who followed Rerdoll
itcrosa Fulton-street Ferry by direction of
tho Postmaster General, was put on tho
Mr. Uliss said he proposed to track
into the telegraph office nnd prove by
iccoudary evidence that ilcrdell sent certain
St. Lot is, April 15. Phil Ivimbrough
nnd another youth, Woodwind by name,
were standing at Snulard street mid Second
Carondelcl avotiue last eviniinjj ami scleral
fast young mcii inmilliir.; words
to tho colored lads. Thereat Klmhioiigh
and his companion assaulted the whites,
and thciewas trouble. Wearied of scuwing,
Kimb'augh discharged a revolver, hitting
Katio Heilnian. a miss of sixteen years,
who stood in the door at No. 171U
avenue, 'flic combatants thon dispersed.
Sho was not seriously hint.
I!'iivy ltolihery n 'lil('i(;o.
Ciiicauo, April 15. Nicholas Stanton,
of Colorado, was found apparently drunk
on the streets, nnd taken to a police station,
whole his wife put in an aj penrauce
seeking lilm. It was found that 117,000 in
mining slocks, a $1,000 diamond ring nnd
several hundred dollars cash had bcon
takeif'from his pockets ll is believed that
ho was drugged and lobbed in ono of the
notorious Slate-street dens, Up to this
morning his memory is a perfect blank.
Civil 31 nl Htm, tile .Voir Postal
Order Kntcs. l,ti
Wasiiixoto.v, April 15. The Postmaster
Generul directed that the Union Company,
of St. Iottis, and the Industrial
Works, of New Philadelphia, Ohio, bo
placed on tlio fraud list, lie also approved
a design for a two-cent stamp, submitted
by the American Dank Note Company,
Tho new stamp will bear the viguctto
of Washington, with a perfectly plain
band. The color has not y et been determined
XUW POSTAL MOXKY OltPKR RATES.
Tho law passed on the I'd of March to
modify tho postal money order si stem, provides
that it shall go into clfcct within Eix
months aft it its passage. The Postofilco
Department, however, will be ready with
new blanks, etc., to have the law in operation
by the beginning of tho new fiscal
year. Tlio new money order rates will bo
as follows: Orders of 510, eight cents;
between $10 and $15, ten cents; 15 and
f:!0, fifteen cents; $110 to $10, twenty
cents; $-10 to 50, twenty-live cents; $50
to $00, thirty cents ; SCO to $70,
cents; S70 to $80, forty cents; $80 tolCO,
CIVIL SUVICE AITOIXTMKXTS.
Under tho civil service law, appointments
aro to bo inailo among
tho several States and Territories,
and tho District of Columbia upon
tli basis of populations as ascertained by
the census. In these departments now, it
i known that there is not nn equitnblo
distribution of tlio offices, but it is not
thought tho law in this respect will bo
con-trued to apply to those now
holding appointments, but to such
as shall hcieafter be made under tho
new Civil Service lules.J'l'hc law also requires
the Secretary of the Trensury and
General, within sixty days after
the of the act, to classify all tho
clerks in their employ. This has already
been done, aud the list is now in the hands
of tho Commission, The law will go into
effect on the loth of July.
THE OHIO IDEA. "'
There tire over o.tUH) applications for positions
in tlio mail service tVoni Ohio alouo.
C1CAXNH OK CiOI.Z)
Prlp IVoni the Ten ol n
""SfTttcta. April 15. John J. Jennings,
the reporter wlio ventured luto the lion's
den. is doing quite nicely to-day, and there
are few chances of his giving up the ghost
for a time at le.isl. Ycoteiduy tho
in rcturriu to his case editorially,
" Mr. illinium, having slain a decaying
el ep 1 1 unt "ti lev circumstances of great
advertising value, Mr. Colo has sent
a S:. rcpoitcr into his den of
lions and bad the reporter eaten up ulive.
Tlio r".ot tor's description of his own
nilrcriu ns be was runt b the teeth of
i he and of the ngouy 'of his last
liiommi's. wan hariowiug in the cxtieme,
I tit t i.o regret lo oluei vd t.liut the doath of
,i S . Louis ,C.jitor, y nig, gifted and genial,
though he wi, exc.l".s ii-.s sitisiiitou
i linn ll'C di'iitlt ol the clcphimt."
Tlieie i- a good donl of iruth m this
if lluiiiuin buys tin elephant,
or UiiU one l.ecau.o of ita
t.ic merajic newspiiK'r fool goes off
and bus an editoiial tit over it. It is
toitdv u to ISiriMin. mid coiisiitutos citeap
and I'M'flleni tot him. TIiomi
things wliich in In in txciie conimetit. in
others in e entiieli de ni of merit, us the
records go to prove.
Tlio DiM'tsion oi'.Iii.lup liiiiolirrlMX'Uor
lis lo ltd Ownership ol a Corpto.
CtiicKio, April 15. Judge Knickerbocker
yesterday decided tlio disputo
over the deid body of Mat in Waters, by
ordering tnc Suporiiilendent of Calvary
( etuetery, .wn..o the body is now lying in
the vault, to deliver it to the husband, Thomas
Waters, lor Initial, mid tho htulmud guo
notice that the interment would take pluco
next Wednesday. The dispute about the
body grew out of somo money troubles that
arose bctweon the husband and Justice
Walsh, iho father of tlio deceased, and each
began lawsuits. In tho meantime Jttstieo
Walsh had control of tho body of his
daughter, tintl deposited it in tho Calvary
Cetnctoiy mult, wheio it has lain since
Dccomber, ic fusing to allow tho husband
to bury it in his own lot. Judgo Knickerbocker
held that tho husband was next to
kin, and legally entitlod to the custody of
tho dead body, and that Mr. Walsh in law
had no more control over it than an entire
strange Walsh will apply for an Injunction
reairaining Waters from buryiug tho
corps, and to further complicate matters,
the cemetery authorities say they can not
kcop tho body in tho vault mpro than flvo
da's longer on account of decomposition.
A Dciirtli oT Itodlcv Tor IHssecllon.
Rostg.v, April 15. Govornor Ilutler's
persistent 'nvostigation of tho rottenness
of the Towkesbury Alms-house has had one
peculiar effect, llodics for dissection which
were plenty enough boforc, have become
" scarcer than hen's teeth," as a medical
professor said to-day, and some of the colleges
havo been ttnablo to proem o any for
love or money.