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;VOL. 2 NO. 273. MAYSVILLE, KY.,' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. a;
Mnmifuctmer aud oilluntor of the ceie
brated brands of
Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy
Bmoko. Three Beuuttes, Cordwpod tu d
Gold Slugs. Becoud Street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
41 i. Sec. SU mcliflOly MA YSV1I.LE, KY
. IIKOWMXO, 31. Jt.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofllce and lestdenco south-east corner o
Thlul and Button stieot. Will ptvo special
attention to dkeubes peculiar to fcmnlGft.
GRAIN, FLOUR and EEMP,
Cor. Third and Sutton afreets,
mchlWly"1 MAYSV1LLE, KY.
p s. Jimn,
ATTORNEY AT JLAW.
Konl EHtufc mill Collecting Afjoncy.
Com t8tM (nplfldly) MAYSV1LLE, KY.
-Dealer In Staple and Fancy
has REMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles H. frank. upUklly
J F. IIYAN.
Gold, Silver nnil Nickel
nud Rubber Stamp Work done on short notice
at Mnysvllle Repalilng Works, No. 8,
becond btreet. pl71y J. .UAN.
TAJIKS fc CAlllt,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Teed Stables
Street Hack orders promptly attended to at
nil times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bouBhtandsoldon Commission.
St. lour doors below Central Hotel. ntiu
IV. SPARKS ttr UKm
iVo. 24, M A KK ET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS
and Window Shades, uopci Lurrci hiu -o,
-10, Ai, 50. 60, 05, 70, 75. and W ct., 81.00 81.
pej yam. ."
JOHN Jt. J It.,
Oldest and bent Companies. Insuics for
full value. Lowiatcs. I.ce .promptly paid.
No discounts No delays. Office eomei 1 hlrd
aud M a t ltet st reel f. np!6dl
WALTHAM WATCH STORE.
HeadnuarterK forClockH, Silver
etc. A work piomptlj and
Second bt., hast ol Mai kct. apl7
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER.
Ice cream aud soda water. Frtwh
ami ciUcch. Parties and weddings lurriMied
u lort notice. vuVtt t w ky .
to Hecond hi., moyJMly MAi K
J ANK V WORICIUll,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plans and Hpeclficntlon lurnished on read
onahle terms and all work saUslactoHly and
promptly-done, Office on Third street,
Wail aud Sutton. npllldly
A rORIUNON V KACUIjKY,
Wholesale and Retail-
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (mildly) MAYSV1LLK,KY,
Hutu, Capn, Trunk and Valheu, Tho latest
full teyoiyuU . .
ma A vum f KY
Muikel St., upHMly MAYHVI!JB,
TlpIN, H, J. WOICI'OUW,
Thlul HI,, ojtpokiltu ClnjHtluu Church,
Millinery and Notions,
A NKW HTOriC JiihI irri'lyi'il mid pi Ken
VrSliY l,OW. HonuiiU and UnU iiiihIo vtT
Af Kh, lIK'OMINH
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
MUmi sivluif o llatu, HonnuiK hurt -mill
MIIIIiimiyNMIoim,, i'livriliiw, HiX'iiiKlMrtnl,
Mm. iiioiijiiiiiMiwNiiiiiiiiul. upJlixlly
?NH MA II Mi rAMU,
Millinery Good Huts, Laces,
KlIllJlVIN.'l'llllllllllltfNMltiilll llitt iniMMyiiw,
misj. 67 anj MJHtcJMiil it ml IohmUh Himiim,
d3yi iflH MriVMi m )MWoMoi'koMm(Mvul
VIPTOIt MANI) OOBH PUNTEB8,
A TALE OF THE SEA.
4 "' l"
Tho Torriblo SufToringa of a Ship'3
Dtorlo TImt Materially I! flr on
Volnts, Yet Fully Aureo ou
lue Accunliiff a Capciilu ol
Nnw Youk, Oct. 9. The Atncrioan
ship Bcll of Bath unchorixi oil Governor's
IsLtud on bandiiy evening anda
man on board -shouted to tho boauncu in
thoncighboriiood: "Eox God's 6ake hurry
op and tafoe us oB wu're starving."
Boat quickly put oat to her, and her
creVj numbering fourteen men, wen1
liuidal and conducted to tlie uilor'a ilomt,
In Cherry strcot. Two of tho uumlter
wero natives of Munillo. The stories of
tho crew differed material Iv, bat in one
tiling they all agreed. They had run
Ehort of provisions aud for many days had
been kepi on an amount which they say
was iust sufficient to lec on lifo in their
bodies "Vo lefc Manilla on Slay 17'
one of said, ore than a iiHjnlh
jigo Wo ran bhort of provkitms hiu!
were put on short rations. Up to that
time vo had plenty of good food. Out
rations wero reduceti to one, two or three
slices of bread a day vq never pot imnv
titan three, and sometimes had but ou"
Uiroo or four spooufula of rice, and two
or IhrcepoonfuU of ' beans. On September
26w&ixke tho brig J&aurella, and
got froia hex a barrel o3 Hour and
some hard tack. A week ago our food
gave put, and wo were put on short rations
again- Wo never could have stood
it, but it happened to be good weather,
and the Captain didn't ask us to do u thin,:
but work tho ship, which didn't amount t
Another of tho crew said : '
"We were badly treated from tho time
wo kit port. The provisions ere bad(
and we were worked very hard; some nt
us complained to the mates, buttluy inudu
it the harder for us. We knew better
than to complain to the Captain, for he
would have made tiie man who went to
him tt'good deal worse oil" than ho wo before.
It was undcrbtood all unmi, I
that Captain Carter didnt want
anybody coming to him with
complaints. When we got so short oi
rations that we couldn't sleep at night wo
knew wo were starving. None of us
heard of tlie Captain's cutting himself
short for a day. We hud a jubilee when
we met the I tiurelhi and got a supply f
beef and hard tack, but that was soon
Captain J.Carter said: "The story th it
tho piovisioiw were bad. and that the
men weie overworked, is false. Not a man
complained to iiu from the beginning to
the end of the voyuge, but all appeared perfectly
ratified. 1 don't know whether
they "found fault to tho mates or no., if
thev had uny fault to lind it was their
btihiness to come to mo, 1 would like to
make touo men who grumbled to you go
out for another passage: On our Urn
short allowance i gave them half a pout: I
of bread each a day, an allowanco ot beef,
plenty ot sugar and beans twice a week.
The CapUuu .4 table wao as bhort a
that of tho forecastle"
2Ir, U'nnten Itivolvott In SoriMia
Losno.v, Oct. 9. George Warden, tlit
absconding becrctary of the London and
ltivcr Plate Bank, was arrested here.
Jjnjon, (JcU U. .Mark Miller A: Cu
have been declared defaulters on the
exchange. Thin firm is one of Waniou -brokers.
Threo or four others are ex
peeled to falL
Their exit may cause tho Committees o'
InvetIgatiou to look into the mettuxN o
Warden's speculations, about which ugl
disclouires are probable. Such rcpoit
help to mako the markets Jlat, and
the enormous line of open uuotjuu
Two millions of Atlantic htvt mort.ii'
for example, have been sold to cluv
.loblrs in the American murketoue
Warden money ikhV on some of hU ventures.
The shareholders of the Itiver
Plutte Bank have hem a notice forbidding
tho Directors U recognise the claims m
pervnfi whote securities weio Mierely
with them for safety. Law buit
,ooltfujf for ii hlniy Iliihlmtnl.
Nkw YoltK( Oct. (. JlMi J0Mill
Thomas Parry has ronuij tin- Iono hei
biihbuud to the pd.wu. hu had 1jo.ii
inuiilt'd llireo weektj iur iinthteu nuiuw
was Ha rah K'hIhi, and h i a pruily Ji-vv
o of (Wiiniy yeurx. IK Inluml Is id
JCiiglUlniJuii of lurry sU, nod uliwn lu
luft liwr ho did mi with i!u iniumiiii 'h i
hU mother was dwid in.il lu u oblud
In i;ii to Kiljilaml I'Mulllo iiti llu wialt
'Jlia fuuu omiiio mit xoiiiu linuj nw m
Mrs. 1'auy mow wuih u ;miiK lli.it nr
JiuidiMiMl may la jii New Ymk ihiual ol
IfOiidoi) iind uaUh alHtauco of the ptdiue,
MitlHiVDi Ouli 9. -The Hiafiirtli liuvwrip
muol buf dtHntudl from fu iiki'di
akoud A DiriMilur Kivln full Information
uj)uuM)lMg uuy oiiir'4gc4 Idiowu tohuvu
lmtii M)Hniii(tud upon J'rtmch Coiuular
uittii in any oi li HimnlftlM'ulmiiiM
llMittWiiM, 9. T HimiiiJ
hioj H'htroiiusul MMlio I'Vuiitib
full piotuiiluu iitfitlihd uuy
ibiuumiNiioii on fhu jiur( of ln
fituti fuilikJ Mit.l mi itllitrl lu ItMliiiv hiihli
turn at i$tifm htmww All hju
m IfiMunll of iliy "M vwywy
Ho Tarn Up In New Tork After ft
New Yohk, Oct 9. Tho well-known
If not celebrated, Freddie Gobh&rdt re-turned
from Europo unheralded, by the
Bteamhip Arinooa. asd is now in this
city. He went board tho steamer at
Liverpool nccompOTiicd only by his valet.
There were several friends of his on
board with whom he spent all his time.
He did not associate with tho other passengers
at all, and whctlier or not he went
on board under on assumed name is uncertain.
His name docs not appear on
tho passenger list at all, and for tno first
two days his friends called him Gibbs,
nnd he gave that name when ho
bought a chance in the ship pools.
Alter that his friends called him
without nny hesitation. One day a
tall Kentnckian, Burnhara by name, a
Fon of Judgo Burnhom, who" was First
Assistant Secretary of tho Treasury under
Bristow, went up to Gcbhardt, who
was leaning against a pillar of tbo
room, smoking a cigarette, and said:
"Will you be kind enough to give mo a
light?" Gebhardt looked at him a minute
and said: "I don't think I had bettor.
Yon might break my cigarette." Two or
three days afterward Gcbhardt nsked
Burnham for a light. Tho latter replied:
"I dor& think I had better, you might
break my cigarette,"
One night in tho companion wnv two or
three young men were throwing blankets
and rugs at each other. One blanket
struck a young fellow, Dr. Green, from
Philadelphia. Hoturn?d and threw it at
Gebhardt, thinking that the latter had
thrown it at him. It struck Gebhardt on
.tho shoulder He turned and seizing
Grccoo by tho taisftw aid, "Don't throw
your blankets at mcr Groeno jerked his
wrist loose, and pushing him up atrainst
the wall, said, "You baby." Gebhardt
said nothing, and Greene, after looking a
minute, turned away. Gebhardt is about
six feet high and powerfully built, while
Greene is small nnd slender. Gcnhardt
told a passenffor of tho steamer that be
had made $rf000 with Eolo this year. lie
asked tho purser on Sunday to see that
none of the nowspajwr men knew of his
arrival, lie occupied the room of tho
first steward. On of Gcbhordt's friends
said he was very free in drinking other
people's wine,but very chayibout spend
ing his own money for &
'THE POSTAL UOTES.
PoBMftvlUty ol Vorsixtg aodl IlnlnXnc
Washington, Oct. 9 9D& MacDonald
head of tho money order arstcin of tho
jPostofiice Department, Aral in regard to
the alleged forging and raising ot tno
new postal notes: I do not think they
are being raised for tho purpose oi fraud.
Some persons liave dona fioby way of experiment,
jubt to show that it can bo done,
out if any of them have boon raised or
altered with tho criminal intenteut. I
have not heard of it. And if there were
any such cases retried to the Department
of course they would come here to my
desk. Xo, I do not think there Ls any
can?-? for alarm abut Uio ivost.il notes being
raised. A I said, it bus InxMidoue by
persn who wanted to show that it was
possible, but the result of their cliorts has
neon to hhow that to sucetfully niie
them and to obuiu mmey Jipou them
would be almon impocuiblc. i do this a
piece muHt he punched out of
the note at one pluce and in
hortcd at another, and tsxed in its ptace
by p.tin a piece of papr over toe back
or by iidiu gum at the edges- In either
case the iraud would bo very easily detected.
Toe note might probably
pus from one pi'ixn to another, as a circulating
medium, without the fraud being
observed, but no postmaster would pay it
without detecting the change at once. By
holding tho note up to Uio light, any
change of this sort, no matter how skill
fully done, would be soeu at once. Now,
an thto notes tiro not intended to bo a circulating
medium, aud wem made of
only throe months life especially
that they might not become such,
I don't thiulc there is any
cause for ulurm about Jheuu There is another
reason, too, that tliey are not likely
to become a circulating medium, and that
is because they are of no definite denomination.
Thu Hum is written in, and may
be any amount, from one cent to $4.99,
This uncertainty as to their amount would
alone make them exceedingly Jlnconven
lent as a circulating medium. Then, too.
they ure nmall, cannot be over &L99, and
the nrolit in raitdng them would be umall.
while tho probability of detection would
bu very great, Xo, I don't think there U
any cuiibu for ulurm about tho postal
AuollHtr Ileuvy lUoittOiirl'rwshOMier
Nkw Voitic, 9. Wm. A Jeukjn A
Hoi), wholesale de.iler In dfrs and
blludi have miMle an ufgumeut. Lla
bilitles uru iMtimuteil ut 6)X0 uml us
hcuat uUnii ftfmm.
Kimou Mack ( wImJuIo dealers iu
olotliln ut 'WI Ihoddway, byo inoilo an
aHHlgumuut, glvhjK prefuremx which ag'
urvtfuui illMVJMf Tho firm wurupio
fnroij itrodJion of J Myr A &h far
ID.000 ou iUUmt) iuv;mmolution inw,
inn tho fulJurJ attributed U) ibatu.
Thu JfuhlJHIut, including thu pujwr joaucd
w K. Maypr & (i). urn oyur W0W0i aud
Hie ujulgijuu iujwcu U; kmUm vnlmlvnt
i uu Ihu uhSiiU to nay ,u!J tlw dlrH mA
I a Vhvimvi l) j Mi P- Wwrwfck k
I ivr dvulurH Iu lry ysmU, liuy juuu
iiui'lwnuiuut. TMy wrrM HtttKU u
ultMtfl uiiou prMJUtlii m Moua$0,fX)0
jWluijnliii HIUnMWl toifyfm, pimI
hm) floliu( l)Ul)uw Ujofi4 bU mm,
uid jiaJiM iov IntarM on Phntl lrw
1 MONSTER L00SS.
Torriblo Havoc Mado by a Runaway
Taking; tho Itlt In Its Teeth antl
Down n Iopot an a Prelim
Inary for a Cletiera1 Onalaaelift
Upon nn Entire Strict Ouo of the
PXont Ilxtruorilliinry Itnilroud Ac
cldotitM on Uvcortl Several
Lowell, Muss., Oct, 9. About 6 p. m.,
from some unknown cause, Uio locomotive;
"Andovcr," used by a Ka"g of Italians in
building a branch road from
to Uils city, ran wild without
engineer or Urcmcn aud started
for this city 80ino live miles
distant. 'When the assembled pa&sengera
aud attaches at tho dejot hero naw it come
tearing up tho track, tlioy lied in wild
confusion. Tho engiuc reached the end
of the u track, overturned Uio hunter,
ploughed feci through tho
floor of Uio depot crushed in Lovejoy &
ItamlH express ollice, wrecking tho partition
and aho one end of Uie baggage room.
There were four ierbona in Uks ollice. Two
escaped by tho door. G.C Paul,chiof clerk
jumped on tho countcr,whcn a jdank was
liurkd against Uie door ami exit was cut
oil. The engine tore out a section of Uio
front wall and all Uie windows next tho
sidewalk, and was about ta leap in tho
main street when Uk floor gave way and
it wad precipitate!! into tho hayement.
Paul escaped oy Uio window. Mm, Mary
Nutty the fourth occupant, was Jorced
down wiUi tho wreck. She was
taken out, but Ls fatally injured
Skillful hands at once sprang upon the
monster and destroyed its po'cr. Tho
lire department was called out and a large
crowd 'assembled. There are rumors of
moro dcatlis in the ruins. Loos, $10,000.
Ono Xcnrly t'oniplctol ami tho Keel
I4i Id lor Another.
Washington, Oct, 9. Mr. Elaine has
nearly comnletcd his history of "From
Lincoln to Uarileld." lie will then begin
upon a hibtory of the wir of 1812 No
satisfactory history confined to this inter
eisting period has ever been written. Jin
Blaine proposes to fill up this interesting
gap in our history, and has already gathered
a masi of material for it From a
lersonal friend of Mr. Blaine's it is
learned that he was oflered $1,000,000 in
cahh for the two volumes of Uio "Lincoln
to Garfield'' he is now writing. Mr.
Blaine wad new to tho book business
and was about to accept the oiler when a
friend urged him not to, but to insist in
its place upon a royalty of fifty cents a
volume Publishers have orders for 100,-000
volumes of the history, and ure perfectly
confident they will sell 300,000 volumes.
Mr. Blaine has a reat mas of
matdrial for the history oi the Garfield
administration, and the canvass preceding
the election. Mr. Blaine has preserved
all of the papers of his term of
ollice as Seentary ot State, by having
otiicial copicb of everyUiing made before
he left the department. His succe m.iy
bring other public men into the ruiiK.vu
A HORRIBLE AFFAIR.
An Entmi t MAtrvnlly Euiu up JSy
liooxK, N. d, Oct. 9. As Labau Stewart,
a negro, was pulling fodder in the
fields near here, with other laborers, Iw
dogs began to bark and fight over some
object on the bank of a creek. Going to
the xpot, they found that tho dogs were devouring
the body of an infant, which had
been washed out of tho bank by a freshet.
The dogs had eaten all of Uie body, save
the head and shoulders, ere they could be
stopped. Tho remains were carefully examined
by u great crowd which gatiiered,
and were found to be Uioe of a uegio
child which had boeu buried in a salt
sack. The pjrtv went to tho house of a
negro woman who had been before hus
tected oi being accessory to the killing of
tulunt. Slie guve information to tin
ellect that Eveline Webb and herself hint
killed thu infant, and buried It near tut
pluce where it was found. Both women
urn iu jail.
A HOOSIER HANGED.
HrDoufiM Vtt) Uio IVnnlty of s:ti
CrliiHt ni Fort U'ltyiif
Four Wayjw, I ud., Oct. h Haiuml
MelJonnld wan bunged here for the
of JjuU 1iUfV'iH, near Aicola,emu
mihvi went of hero, Ittt March.
tnimlvwl Luurmrt for a Himill rum
of unoy In tliolrnibin, whero ihuy Ihui
loiilher iui BotU wiii
young miiiMrriul Ml)oiiuM
Iil4 M'ith calmueJ and
you vt'rr dcfiuni. rViueduy ugo iU'lUm
ald'4 mothet and niUutwy went u Jiidhui
aix;tis to juUnx'tlu with (Jovenior Vutun'.
'Ihu lutUtr lefiiMuI to lot 'rfeie wiUi the
dtfiUfoJi of the Huprumo (urt, The
nriamuf (lii'ii givo up all Ijojmi, ThugaN
lav U in kn In iho
imUh lrt ni iho jail )im, Tho hiwigiiu
was wuiM'd by uu uUeudintf clergy;uau,
olllci'T uud reprchctutyt'tf of tho
Hmn Hiil l'wnr9
1mim, 0, (I. A MndrJd dUiiMiiili to
ihv humtlnr &yin ThMPiiblfo U fmmu
tivnl urn msllhwniot w iWWUwMym
iviu)) J'rtwicu uild Hm, Huijor Hitufitu
will nvm)y rmniMnirt thU VmiM
WHM'mMmk Mw York,
J"J""KwnMin rt tm fTU,v ) vyblb
thu writer ;MIvi;l Him nwtoof Nvr
Ywktiltyt )te my lml tbupuvliitf (9
jnucutfby M uml (ho mnomilot lb
to bv mu l wry Unn U UniUUUiu
NEW YORK FRAUDS.
A Forthcoming lUport Showing How
tho Vity Wm ttwfmllod.
Nkw "Xouk, Oct 9 Hio Commission,
crs of Accounts on the coupon frauds and
the general condition of tlw ununoe department
of tho city will make a report to
Mayor Edson. The tabulated statement
on which tho report ia based covers 100
sheets of paper three feet square and
hundreds of sheets of paper of bank
ledger size. Tho report will show that
douolo payments of interest began ten
years ago, and were made with few
on tho $15,000,000 of bonds known
as tho liclmont loan. Nearly all the coupon
bonds issued prior to 1874 were included
in that loan. Tho report will
show exactly how the coupon frauds wero
committed and will give reasons for rejecting
tho theory th.tt counterfeit coupons
were used. Tho commissioner's
former report covered only tho time between
tho beginning of 1879 and August,
1SS2, when Clerk Win. 11. Carroll died
That report gave tho amount of tho cityM
los at about ?1G9,000. The now report
will fix the sum at considerably higher
A tUronix 1'Ieu AtrnliiNt the Color Jjlne
in the Church.
Pini.AUKLrniA, Pa., Oct. 9. Bishop
Wilson, of Alabama, addressed tho Protestant
Episcopal Convention in relation to
tho work among tho colored people in tho
South. The hpoaker said that not only
his present work, but his earliest ministry
had called him among this class of people.
Ho spoke strongly against the idea
of having separate congregations of colored
ico pie, and said he would sooner
lose his right hand than vote to establish
any such distinction in the House of God.
Tho speaker urged strongly upon the
Convention not to make any caste in the
Church, that God had mado none, and it
would be making a rainbow of variegated
church should it attempt to introduce
the color line. Bishop Lyman also addressed
tho Convention. He covered the
same ground as Bishop Wilmer aud indorsed
Peoplo Alone; tho IIwImoii i'omiiluln
Ins: About tho Mull..
KiSfiBTON, N. Y., Oct. 9. For a week
much of the mail matter to and from the
on the west side of the
las been sent by tho West Slioro Ilailwuy.
So far nothing but disappointment has
attended the cluinge. Tlw newspapers
have been full of coiuplainU The 2sew
York morning papers which formerly
reached Marlboro and other west side
towns carlv in tho morning, do not get
there until evening, and sometimes not
until tho next day, and letters for town-only
a few miles distant are often delayed
in towns. Oilices which bv the old plan
had from three to five miles a day, now
have onlvone. Mr. Jackson,
the railway mail service, savs that
tho necessary appropriations for the required
number of postal clerks on the
mt Shore road have not yet been placed
at his disposal.
- 1 -
The Ocllcate Conduct of n Certain
Nice Yoiuiff 32n.
Bixx)MiNfiTon, 111., Oct. 9. At the time
of the death of Litta, the prima douu.t,
her valuablo diamonds aud other expensive
jewelry were placed in the
vault for safe keeping. The
Eye publishes an article which
places a young man named Itothcnvel!,
who is a postotlicc clerk, in a rather bad
light He is something of a ladies' man,
and the Eye says that a number of his
female friends have for some weeks pact
been decorating their persons with the
precious gems of tho dead songstress,
which llotherwcll kindly took from the
safe and handed out in a rather promiscuous
manner. The relatives of Litta feel
highly indignant over Rothcrwell'u conduct,
and are taking steps to collect tho
jewelry from the parties now having the
wrongfully possessed property,
A HEAVY LOSS.
IStirnftitc of n I, unco Corn Cnnnliir
IIomk, N. Y., OcL 9. Newton Phelps9
corn cannery, near McConnellsville, was
burned at 11 o'clock at night, together
with its contenU, consisting of the entire
season's packing of corn and new and
modern machinery. From 150,000 to 200,-000
can of corn wero burned. There
were no facilities for fighting the fire and
nothing wurisaved. Insurance is $13,700,
The loss is not known at present, Mr.
Pliclp. was not at home, he having left
for New York for the purpose of finding a
uuirLut for his product.
Tho Vollnir hi town,
Oiuoaoo, OcU U DUpatches from Des
Mollis, Dcbiifjuc, Davenport, aud other
Iowa point May thu voting rom'meticad
briskly at, (ho opening of (lie polls und
the indications point O a heavy vote
and J'rolrfbitlouUU aru working with
might and mulu and (he Ibpior element I
tjully active nnd both Mido confident,
Ipubifcaiu filuimiuga majority for Klioc
twin ovi'f KliufHiiNhlgh an forty thouHund
and Itouuxifau claiming lilt-'un thoumud.
Ill Iboiigbt llu liruaiibiiok and
will coutiol llu Igiithiturvby nui.iII
majority, but lpubllmuitf wuuit tlm m
giutiuii, Nodikturbaucu w; far rtiporhwh
n iiw .' w 1 m
a turn nog 'ixut,
Cuu'tW), tvU Ut 'IVo bull dog, Maud
B, owiivd by J 0, llnmnurj, of New York,
u whltu brlndjo, weighing thirty-nine
pounds with a nword of ovtunl uattlen
ti)n,niu u durk blndlo, ouMfhulf pound
lltfhUir, omttol by TJiomu0'NVil; of the
HkXjIc Yard" fought u Ibunpoi prnlrf
tmr tb wmwr ul VllUumU ktrt and
TIjojijun lnei 'i'hu Kvw York dog wax
undly woilcii hut tho otbor vrw almou
juully uwl up,