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DAILY EVENING BULLETIN.
VOL. 2 NO. 310. MAYSVILLE, KY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1883. PRIOR ONE CENT.
CITY AND COUNT! MRECTOitY.
Court Circuit Conrt.
Judgo A.K.Colo. . ,,
Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Unrrnn.
Deputies: Chan Jefferson.
(. J. W. Aloxander.
Jnllor Dennis . .
Tuesday niter second Monday In Jnnunry.
April, July and Octobor In each year.
County Attorney J. L. Whltnkor.
W. Ball. ,
Hocond Monday o: each mouth.
Tuesday alter seconu Monday In March,
Juuo,8optenibor and December In each year.
Maysvllle, No. Vlcroy and J. I..
Urant, tlrst and third Tuesdays lu March,
Miiyrfvlllo, No. Marsh and James
Chamberlain Mint Saturday aud fourth Tues-day,
Dover, No. and A. F.
Dobyns flint and third Wednesday, hahio
mouths. . . ..
Minerva, No. 4-C-. N. Weaver and J. M.
Ilyar first and third Tuesdays, sumo
months. .... .,
Jub. Iv II. Matinun urnl ami thlid H.itu.days,
Mime month. ....... . .
Hardin, No. 0-J. M. Ilall and J. Il.Urhnby
second und fourth HaturdnyH, wtmo mouths.
Maysllck, W. Williams and J. D.
Raymond, second and fourth Fridays, same
months .... , . ,
L.ewinburK, No. 8-J. M. Alexander and
Isaac L. Mcllvaliio seeoud and fourth Ilium
days, same moths. , .
Furrow first baturday nnd lastMouday.samr
No. Hunter and
Thomas Downlni; fourth Tuesday and third
Wednesday, sumo months. ...
Murphysvlllo, Jetiorson ana
John H. Wells fourth Monday and third
Thursday, same months. ... , ,
Kern Leaf, No. 12-H. E. Maslln and J. D.
Burgess, sccoud and fourth Saturdays, same
Maysvllle, No. 1-0. L. Dawson.
Maysvllle, No. 2-W. L. Mnran.
Dover, H. McMillan. ,
Minerva, No. I I'lclmid Howard'
Uormaulowu, No. 5 Isaac Woodward.
Hardls, No 6 Frank liland.
Maysllck, No. 7 Thomas Murphy.
Lewlsburg, No. 8-H. M. Hlro.lo.
Orangeburg, No. 0-Thomas Illse.
Washington, No. ('.(Jogglii.
Mnrpliysvlllo.No. 11-W. It. 1'ialhui.
Foru Leaf No. 12-U. W. Wood.
Noddy Mcctlntr. Sliisonlc.
Confidence Lodge, No. fi2, first Monday o'
each month. ... .
Mason Lodgo, No. 312, third Monday of each
month. . .... .
Maysvllle, Chapter, No.l), second Monday ol
Maysvlllo Commandery, No. 10, fourth
Monday of each mouth.
lMsgah Encamimient, No. , second nuu
fourth Moudayslu each mouths at 7 o'clock.
DeKulb Lodgo. No. 12, Tuesday tilBht,eurh
week, at 7 o'clock. . ... .
ltlnggold, No. 27, Wednesday night, each
week, ut 7 o'clock.
HululilN of Honor.
The flrst and Ihlid Tuesday of each month.
Lodge room on Mutton street.
Llmestono Lodge, No. HO, Filday night ol
I. O. W. M.
Wednesday night each week,ntthelrlmllnii
Hodullty II. V.M.
Hocond and fourth Sundays lu each month,
Htlhulr hull 011 Llrnestonu street.
Futticr MhIIiuw T. A. N.
First Sunday In each month, ol their hall ou
Nt. l'litrfck'n JteiiovolPiit Society.
Bocoiul Sunday In each month, at their Ilall
Cigar MiiUerH Union.
First Tuesday night In each month.
Monday night ol each week.
K. O. It. H., unlves at9;00 a. 111. and B:l& p.
.r ltaimrlti nl .am n. ni.nml 12 -1(1 1). in.
Bonanza, down Mommy, Wednesday and
Fridays at tt p. in. UpTnemliiy, Thursday and
Saturday at 8 p. in.
The Hoard ol Council incel.slhu llisl Thursday
evening In each month.
Mayor Horuco Jauuaiy.
Prcsldunt L. HI. Peurco.
First WurU Fied. lleiidil, A. A.
Second W U. W. Mm tin, Thomas J
Ohonowcth, How Htocton.
Third Ward-Matt, l'caico, K.W.Fltzgbrald.
Fourth Waul Dr. J. l Phlslor.H. A. Wal
llugford.Johu W. Alexander.
Fifth Waid-Wm. ll.Muthuws.James Hull.
Treusuiur and Collector E. E. I'earco.
Clerk Hairy Taylor.
Murfchal James Hedninud.
ni.,,,111. J J"1" lirowiilng.
Deputies. Wu, ij,iWKoii.
Whorfmaster Hobert Kicklln.
Wood and Coal Inspector l'oler l'arkor.
City I.T. Sttodo.
Keeper of Alms Hoime Mrs.H. Mills.
Kentucky, Central R. R,
ITlmo tablo lu caoct Octobor, 1 1, 1883.
1 5 12 I
HTATIOWH. I Ex. Ac. STATIONS. An.Ex
A.M. I". M A M 1. M
Lve.Myivllle. 0 00 12 40 Lvo Ixix'ton 7 20 2 10
Hmn'Itt :i I 13 Lve.Cov'ton 8 ii) :ii
" Clark's- iU I 10 LvilI'iuIh,... 8 15 305
' Mars'll.. M Kl 12:1 " I'JnVn
Helena. (H' I ' " Mll'bV (NO
" John'n. nf 1 -12 " Carlisle 7 00
" KlU'llo (I 68 J 48 " Moyors. 7 10 0 38
" 7 02 1 53 P.Val'y 7 22 0 42
' Cowaii.. 7 07 158 " Cowan. 7 32 6 52
" I'.Val'y. 7 15 2 (X! " Kwlng.. 7 37 0 6N
Meyers.. 7 21 2 12 " KIlK'nu. 7 41 7 tfJ
" CarllKlu. 7 30 2 08 " John'n, 7 47 7 08
Milium " Helena. 7 &r 7 15
' " Mll'ImV 7 60 2 20 " 8 05 7 20
l'JuVii - " Clark's 8 10 7
Arr. Paris-... 8 15 3lfi Hum'ltt 8 17 7 80
Arr.Ixix'ton 12 u') 7 no Arr.Mamille 8 80
Arr.Cov'ton 11 Uo f. 20 a.m. i'.m
A.M. H. M
t'onneots al Lexington with tho P. Ad, It.
It. lor AHiihind, lluiiiliigton aud all points
lnlhoKuKt and Houthe.ist with the O. N. O.
S. T, 1'. H. H., lor Clisltuuoga and tho South,
with, the L. A N. It. It, for Franktort and
O. L. HHOWN,
U. I, mid T. A.
Covington, nnd round
Connoctlni! with Trains on K. O. It. H.
6:15 a.m. Oluolnnatl Express.
U'13a. m. Maysvllle Accommodation
3:25 p, in. Lexington.
7:02 p. m. Maysvllle Express.
the unlval of Trains on tho K. C. It. It.:
0:2:1 a. in. 4:00 p. m.
9:48 a. m. 7:37 p. in,
J. SfcCARTHI'.T, Licensed Auctioneer
J . for Mason aud adjoining counties. Orders
left at the Hum.ktw ollico will receive
promptattontlon, 1. O, address Ml, Carmel-
ARMM FROM ABROAD
VAMKEE WIVES, FOREIGN HUSBANDS
Orntnl TrofctmeHt or
eo AmcrloAB Glrla fcy Qarman
nutbimtj FlttlHtr Bmml
WAaniNOioN, Not. 21. Josoph P. Tot
tor, our Consul at Crefeld, Germany, has
boon making Investigations lu regard to a
matter of great Interest to our fair countrywomen,
and tho result of LU lalxrs is to b
fonnd in a report full of information of tho
most YlUl iutcrcst. Ho has been inquiring
into tho results of marriages between
American girls and German noble, and
what he tolls us is most startling.
In marriages cited there has
not only not boon a single happy union, but
elthor a dlvorcoorabandonnmenthasspood
ily followed tho wodding. Ho finds tho reason
for tlds unhappy stato of airuirs to bo
that the American wires have in every
instanco been brutally troated, and in some
cases absolute violcnco has been usod. Tho
brides were expected to perform tho most
monlal olllccs. In one- instanco, tho husband,
who Is nn officer of rank in tho German
army, demanded that hlswlfo porform
tho service usually expoctod from a servant
of tho humblest sort, and ono of tho things
sho was ordered to do was to superintend
tho cloaning of his boots. This lady was
tho daughter of a leading railroad magnato
in a Western Btato, nnd tho story eho tolls
is a most pltiablo one.
Her hard-headed Cathoz tootl tho pro-caution
at her marrlago to Bottlo his
daughter's fortune- upon hor and tied it up
In such a way that sho coula not relinquish
its control ovon if she desired to do so.
After many humiliating tasks had been
given this lady, tho boot-cleaning was required.
Then she robellod. Bhe drew tho
lino tliero, and with bor American blood at
tho boiling point Bhe flatly refused. Her
warrior husband who, bosidos his military
ruuk, has the titlo of Count, attempted to
enforco dlsciplino in his family by using
his riding whip upon his recalcitrant bi ido,
and after a serious timo at It sho evaded
tho flogging and left tho bod and board of
tho knightly Uhlan for her nativo land.
Her husband could not prorent her departure,
but triod to compel tho payment
of a certain sum of money by way of salve
to tho wounds his sonsibility roceived by
her abrupt departure. Ho did not succeed,
for tho lady had no property in the Provinco
that could bo held, so sho got away without
f urthor loss of time.
XIo ladulcos la PeLtflttaa Tremom
Avconipnnled By Xlv ttCrUu.
DnniiAM, Mass, Nor. ShJust before
midnight Tuesday night John Long, a
blacksmith living in a houso at Islington,
owned by A. B. Wentworth, was awakened
by Mrs. John W. Henwny and son who informed
him that Mr. Benway had placod a
keg of H)wdor upon the front piazza and
had lighted a fuso attached to tho 'keg.
Long hastened from tho houss but darod
not go near the powder, tho fuso was so
hhort. Shortly after tho powdor exploded
doing considerable damage, but not so
much as expected owing to tne fact that
tho powder was insufficiently confined.
Beltway Is supposed to be In a Btato bordering
ou delirium tremens Co can't bo
Died Of Brakes SXeart.
Tnov, Nor. 2L Edward a "Wheeler,
who was buried on Friday, is Bald to have
diod of a broken heart. Ho was wedded
to Miss Marie Lester, a? thfo dty, a year
ago. "When at tho Spiritualise camp meeting
at Lake Pleasant last summer, Mr.
Wheeler advocatod freo speech and a f roo
platform, and was denounced as
and was driven from tho platform.
Though u Spiritualist, Mr. Wheeler was in
no senso a advocate. These accusations
preyed on his mind andjhe became
111, pined away and died, his attending
physicians assert, from mental rather than
Naptlin Explosion aa Teasel.
Boston, lLiS3. Nov. CI. An explosion
of naptha occurred Tuesday on tho
Schooner Nellio Clark, owned by Clark
brothers, of New York, and lying atPipors
Wharf. Tho Schooner arrivod Monday nt
Buyouno, N. J. with 700 barrels of refined
petroleum and SOU barrels of naptha. Tho
petroleum had been discharged just before
the explosion. Tho flames quickly spread
all over the vessel. Tho naptha was valued
at $4.50 per barrel, and this with tho
damage to to tho vessel, will probably
bring tho loss up to $25,000, fully covered
i i m i
Clalrvoynat Casting; Suspicion.
Albant, Nom. BL Tho authorities aro
soaroklng (or Stor Quardt, tho thirteen
aoa SI Adolph Quordt. of West
Troy, who naa been missing bIx weeks.
Quardt is iring with a socond wifo, and
neighbors assert that ho kickod his son out
of the house and droro him away. His flrst
wlfo's relatives claim to haro roceived clairvoyant
information that tho child has beon
foully dealt with. Others, however, think
the lad is driving mulos on tho towtb,
' ii i i
Venrriil Slortnllly 1b FonuilIluB
Ottawa,Ont., Not. 2L The City Council
has adopted the report of the Board of
medical mon of this city recommending
that tho foundling hospital, kept by tho
grey nuns, known as Botklohem for tho
Friondloss, be closed owing to tho alarming
rato of mortality within Its walls. Out of
739 children admitted slnco Oct. 1870, 044,
or 87 per cent died; out of a total of 170
admitted last year, 171 or 07 per cont diod,
One or SBiRira Pal's Caasbt.'
Eabton, Pa., Not. 2L Thomas Prico,
one of tho men who osoapod from the Bel
vidoro jail with Bmull, tho fasting horso
thief, was captured in Philadelphia Tuesday,
while at his homo. He is the darkey
who trimmed the lamps in Smull'i room. Ho
Rays Bmull ran llko a dear when onco out
sido the jail and did not seem to havo
starved much. He, (Price), left Smull aud
Carlong at Washington on Sunday night.
Ttld Not Know He wan Stabbed.
Nbw Youk, Not. 81. An Italian named
Leiderbelle was arrested in Jersey City on
a charge of stabbing JomasManraort.
says that he was standing at tho
ornor of Newark avenue and Grove street,
when the Italian jostled him, and a momen'
later discovered that ha was stabbed in th
side. The Italian was locked up and
was taken home.
B. THE WAfUN EGYPT.
Comtrdlne or the Egyptian Troops
Jirltleh to Interfere
Londoit, Nov. Governor of
has telegraphed to tho Khedlvo that,
although tbt) Bedouins wero numerically in
ferior to tho Egyptian troops, tho latter
attempted no stand, but divested themselves
of tluitvarmsand clothe, and rushed
naked into tho sea, forsaking the Turkish
ofBcers commanding them, who were killed.
Tho Governor urgently demands
but Bays it is useless to send Egyptian
soldiers because they will not fight
Tho Council of Ministers, the Khedive presiding,
discussed measures for protecting
Suakim and subjugating tho hostile tribos.
It was decided to enlist Bashl Bazouks, and
150 of them haro started for Suakim. Six
companiosof black troops will bo dispatched
to Massowau. Theso will raisotho garrison
of Suakim to nearly 1000 men. A Council
of War, also, will go to Suakim to inquire
into tho disaster nnd to punish tho
guilty. Tho wildest rumors aro again rife
respecting Hicks Pasha, owing to the do-feat
of tho Egyptians at Toka. His force,
howorer,ond tho forco also quartered at
Toka woro entirely disconnected.
London, Nov. 21. A report, which has
not been comflnned, is current here that
tho orders for tho refitting of thrco
for the purposo of convoying British
troops from Egypt have been countermanded
owing to recent Egyptaln defeats and
tho ullegud critical position of Hicks Pasha.
THE IRON INDUSTRY.
No Fear or a Pnnlo Entertained by
New Yoek, Nov. SJ1. A leading representative
of tho Interests scouts tho Idea of
a puuic, and asserts that tliero Is nothing
in tho present scure. Since last spring
many furnaces have been blown out and
numerous rolling mills havo been put on
single turn. A majority of nail mills havo
refused to ovorstock tho market with thoir
product. In regard to bteel rails, only
those that can ruuko rails at VU can afford
to run regularly, nnd tho others will havo
to stop or run only nt Intervals until tho
demand increases. It is believed that tho
production of all loading iron and stool products
will bo no greater than tho demand,
und prices will recover when this point Is
reached. A liom during tho early part of
next year Is, therefore, not improbable.
During tho present mouth three furnaces in
Pennsylvania and ono each in Now York,
Georgia, Alabama and Michigan, will blow
in, all of charcoal, whllo in Now York and
Pennsylvania there will bo two anthracite
and, in Ohio, Alabama, Pennsylvania,
West Virginia nnd Tennessee, tliero will bo
nino bituminous, in all nineteen furnaces
which will blow in this month, whllo tho
furnaces which will blow out will be six
rnarcoal, thrco anthracite, and six bituminous.
Deliberate Preparation for Mnrder.
New Yonic, Nor. 2L Mary Van Dyke,
a stylish nnd buxom colored women, at
Jefferson Market complained that her husband,
John P. Van Dyko, had threatened
her life. Van Dyko is the son of tho well-known
caterer who died several years ago,
leaving his business and about $100,000 worth
of property to his son, including a country
seit at Princeton. The pair livo at No. (1
West Thirteenth street. The houso is owned
by Van Dyke, but it is heavily mortgaged,
ho having run through almost tho entire
property loft him by his father. Tho mortgage
Is about coming due, and, thinking
ills wife had money laid asido, Van Dyke
ctt'no in from Princeton, where ho had been
sporting with tho boys and spending largo
nuns of money. Ho asked his wifo to glvo
hlin the money with which to pay off tho
mortgage, threatening, if she did not
comply, ho would kill her. He gavo her
time in which to accedo to his request and
left tho house. Mrs. Van Dyke procured a
warrant for hor husband, who carried n
loaded rovolver, a and a razor.
Ho was held to answer.
I l.l .MI.I Pill
X Tragedy lu llelle.
New Orleans, Nov. 21. Iutelllgenco
just received from Belize states thut an
American named John W. Soybert and an
Irishman named Wilson recently came
there and wont up Monkey Itivor to buy
binds. Bhortly after Sebort returned
alone, having murdered and robbed his
companion. A searching party wont to
look for Wilson's body, and when Seybort
saw it returning, fearing detection, ho ran
to a store, purchased a pistol and shot
American Clocks Seised.
MoNTnKAL. Quebbo, Nor. 21. The Cus
toms Oftleluls hero havo mado a large selz
uro of clocks consigned from manufactures
In Watorbury, Conn., to John K. Jones &
Co., importers, for bulng entered in the
Custom Houso far below their actual value.
Neither the ofllclals nor importers would
give any Information as to tho value of tho
goods selzod, but It is believed to be
An Alabama AsMnssln.
Talladkoa, Ala., Nov. 21. Richard
Simmons was shot through the head und
killed while seated nt tho table eating
breakfast with his family. Tho ussaRslu
fired the fatal ehot through tho window
from tho outsldo, nnd mado his oscape,
Thero is no clow to the perpetrator of tho
Ouray, Col., Nov. 21. A party of forty
mon. armed and masked, went from
rlde to Gimmaron, and nt Marshal Basin
took forcible possession of the mine and ordered
tho men working to loavo. They destroyed
about ono mile of telephone wire.
One muu is supposed to havo been shot aud
London, Nov. 21. Tho' counsel for tho
prosecution of O'Domiell has abandoned
tho charge that the murder of Curoy wai
delilieratoly planned, aud admitted that tho
prisoner was prouubly unaware thut Cnruy
was on board tho steamer on which ho
Until wlih II urn lr.
Nabhtillb;,' Tknn,, Nov. 21. Two burglars
enterod the hoiwo of J. J. Garrett, ut
New Providence. Uarrott killed ono of
them and seriously wounded the otlior.
During the light Garrett was shot and
California Town Hururd.
San FnANCtsco, Nor. 21. The business
part of Dixon, Cal., burned Tuesday night,
loss estimated at $250,000.
TOBTTM OR LIBERTY.
c&NVfcrre desperate resistance
Bow Qeanre Itrlmmcr TTn Cornered,
una How Ho and His Mother
and Slater Fe right Off the
- OfEeortf e thoJLnw.
HAnrusnrman, Pa. Not. "21. Gcorgo
Brimmer, who escapod from tho Lancaster
County Jail with olovea other prisoners a
month ago, was captured in this city after
A desporato struggle Tho visit of his
mother, who Jivcir lii to Mrs.
Gomborling, her daughter, aroused tho
suspicion that Brimmer was in the tatter's
houso. BcjVflral policemen surrounded tho
buildings Xb.9 escaped convict was soon
sitting by a window in tho rear of tho
houso. As his eyes fell on tho approaching
policemen he ran up stairs and jumped out
of a window, his mother nnd Bister
struggling to keep back tho ofllcors.
Two of tho policemen pursued him up stairs
and eoreral stationed themselves on tho
outslaxrto Intercept him. Brimmor fired
two. shots through tho window nt the officers
aa tho inside, but without hitting
them. Ho also discharged ono barrel of
his rovolvcr at a )oliccman below but
missed him. This shot was returned nnd
tho ball grazed tho knuckles of Brlmtjr.
Ho then jumped on nu adjoining roof nnd,
passing through tho houso, reached tho
street and ran away, whllo sovcral pursuing
policeman fired about a half a dozen
shots at him without effect. Tho fugitive
was been entering a stablo a fow hundred
yards from tho houso in which ho had
harbored, and aftor a search of sovcral
minutes he was found hidden under the
bay. Ho was compelled to surrender at
tho paint of a revolver, and this nf tomoon
ho was returned to tho Luncaster County
Jai). Brimmer's mother was thrown into
spasniB by her son's arrest and her condition
was critical this afternoon. Abo
tho worst man of tho desperate gang
which escaped from tho Lancaster County
Jail, came to this city with Brimmer on
Monday night nnd left on Wednesday.
Brimmer who Is years old,
had served two years and four months of a
sentence of sixteen years when ho made
ST. LOUIS COMPLAIN3.
Aliened Discrimination Asnlnsl Her
Ily tho Ciotild lliillnindi.
Rt. Louis, Mo., Nov. 21. Tho Post Dispatch
publishes an Interview with a representative
stock man, who says thut tho
livo btock tiado of St. Louis' is iiwiiuinng
to insignificant proportions, on account of
thu favor which tho Gould comtniuitiou
extends to Chicago anil Kansas City stock
dealers, at tho eicnso of thosoof St. Louis,
llebutes are no longer prollered the commission
men to encouragu und compensate
them foi Investments mado In the way of
advance to shippers and growers of live
stock, for the purpose of Influencing their
shipments to our market. Formerly hundred
of thousands of dollars were utmuully
In this way, und hundreds of thousands
of cattle vire directed to this market,
wliiek, under o&or circumstances, would
have gone elsewhere.
Tho Gould n a is, which aro cro3ed by numerous
other rouds havo tho direct route
and tho short hnul, but freight rutcs are
not tuude according to tho dlstanco over
which tho freight Is moved. Tho same
rates cnu be had from ull these flossing
via Kansas City to Chicago as over the
more direct Gould roads to St. Louis,
though tho dlstanco Is from fifty to ono
hundred miles greater. Commenting upon
this, tho Post-Despatch says thut tho
power of monopoly is belug employed to impede
und destroy tho Cominei co of St. LouU,
which, if it is permitted to continue, will
ruin tho city altogether.
AN EXCITING RACE.
Chawluc Down a Itunawny locomo.
St. Louis, Nov. 21. An engine, with
steam up, was loft standing on the track of
tho Toledo, Cincinnati & St Louis railroad.
By somo means tho throttle was opened,
and tho engiuo started off. Somo ono
shouted, "My God, tho regular passenger
train Is duo in half an hour." Another
cnglno, with steam up, hud just been run
Into the round-house. An engineer nnd
his fireman boarded it, and then bogan a
wild chase Four miles out on the track
tho wild engino was overtaken, and tho
engineer clliiibod down ujiou the pilot of
tho jumping engino while the fireman
graduated tho speed bo as to run up closo
enough for him to climb on to tho tender
of tho runaway. The cnglno was caught
just bi tlino to provent a collision with tho
lucouilnjj paksonger train.
TrecU on tbe Clnelunntl A Kastern.
Baiavia, O., Nov. 21. A freight train
on tho Cincinnati & Eastern Railroad left
Sardinia for Cincinnati at 2 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon. Whon the train reached, tho
outskirts of Batavla In crossing a forty-foot
trestle, somo lumber cars jumped tho track
and smashed tho trestle, bringing tho combined
wreck down together. Thu crush wus
terrlfflo and was heard for a great distance.
A large force was employed all night clearing
tho wreck; and making a
temporary trostlo, and not till morning
could the passongor train cross, which arrived
at Batavla from Cincinnati nt 7 last
night Tho night before tho trestle over
Elk run burned delaying trains some
Lost Tbrotich the Ice.
Lake City, Minn., Nov. 21. Erio Hcegel
and Victor Tedholm, young Swedes, living
in Stockholm, Wis., skated over hero Sunday,
and started back that evening, slnco
which time they have not beon seen, nndjt
is thought that they broko through tho ivO
and whero drowuad. The man who curries
tho mail between this city and Stockholm
broke through tho lco Monday, but succeeded
in getting out Whilo on that trip
ho suys ho saw a man and boy disappour
through tho ice without coming up ugaln.
A Convention or Irish Societies.
SviiAOUHE, N. Y., Nov. 21. A covontlon
of the Irish Societies of tho Stato openod
hero Wednesday morning, and will continue
two days. The convention was called
somo time ago, and is for the purposo of
an interchange of opinion among Irish organizations
of all grades and classes as to
giving aid and assistance to the men who
are struggling for Parliamentary government
in Iroland. Tho convention comprises
about two hundred delogntes.
A Girl Hhoehlncly Mnnrcled by n
Cuioago, Nov. 21. While Susio Kern,
aged fifteen, of !X) Boldon Plnco, was
in a neighbor's ynrd, sho was attacked
by a monstrous Newfoundland dog. Ho
seized her by tho throat, throwing hor
down and dragging hor about tho ynrd
with great fury. Tho animal bit tho llttlo
ono agnln and again, tearing off largo pieces
of flesh and romoving ono long trlp of
flosh from her arm until tho bone was nearly
ejqioscd. Tho screams of agony from the
suiter In g child quickly drew a crowd to the
sceno of tho struggle, but no one dared
approach tho maddened animal until the
arrival of Charles Macaulay, a young man
living nt 1523 Dunning street, who grasped
a small hatchet and rushed in and drove
tho hruto from his bloody banquet The dog
turned flercly upon his assailant, but Macaulay
succeeded in keeping him at bay
until the child had beon rescued. Tho dug
was nf terward shot by an ofllcor. Susio was
terribly bitten abont tho head, neck,
shoulders and arms. Tho flesh is torn and
mangled most shockingly and thero is also
a wound on her IcXt tf& just abovo tho
kucowkcro tho dog tore out a largo plocoof
flesh. Although seriously injured, and
suffering most excruciating pains, tho attending
physician thinks sho will not die. All
who saw tho bravo fight mado by Macaulay
in saving tho child Ufa aro loud in thoir
praises of his heroism and coolness.
More Marine Disasters.
Halifax, Nor. 20. On Trlday night last
tho Norwegian bark Plooinanden went
ashore on Green Island, near Capo Carso,
and all hands except two, tho steward and
ono sailor, woro lost. Three of tho bodies
wero washed ashore. 'When sho struck, all
hands clung to tho mlzzon mast, when It
wns carried nway and all were trashed off.
The two who were tared were carried
ashore on tho wares. Ton wero lost, including
the captain. Throe fishermen, married
to three sisters, were drowned near
Arlchat, on Saturday, by the upsetting of
Buitalo, Nor. 20. The opinion now
that the schooner Jas. Wado, which
left Detroit Oct 23, has foundered, and that
all on board wero lost. Her crow consisted
of sorou men.
TH LONG ISLAND TRAGEDY.
Extraordinary XffMt of a Murderer'
BnooKLTN, Not. CL Tho exoltement
over tho murder of Mrs. Lydla Maybee and
her daughter, at Brookville, L. I., continues
unabated. The report that Mr.
had died from his Injuries is without
foundation. The fact that he has partially
recorered his sight is exciting much interest
In the medical profession. Tho doctors
generally agree that tho blow Mr,
at tho hands of tho murderer acted
on the optic nerve and restored the sen1.!
blllty of sight. John McCormick, the
tramp who was arrested here on Monday
nifiht ns the murderer of tho Maybeo family,
has been taken to Brookvillo. Tho piv
lico have ascertained that he has been confined
in tho Flatbush Insane Asylum as a
A Iloily.auard or Maximilian II.
Enttc, Nov. 21. John Cairo, a soldier
in tho lato war, while on his way from
Philadelphia to enter tho Soldier's Homo at
Milwaukee, was stricken with palsy. His
papers substantiated his story that ho had
been a body-guard of Maximilian II while
of the Austrian navy
al nerving in the same capacity while
Maximilian was viceroy of tho Lombardo-Venetian
kingdom. He wore a medal
presented to him at tho breaking out of tho
Italian war, for his bravery on onoocension
when tho Governor's life was In great
danger. Cairo was sent to Milwaukee.
A Jersey Prize Fleht.
TnENTON, N. Y. Nov. 21, Ono of the
most exciting prizo fights of tho year was
fought on the Pennsylvania sido of tho
Delewaro river about tltfco mifes from this
city nt half past four Tuesday evening.
The contestants wero James Golden and
Patrick Scullion, of Philadelphia. Three
hundred peoplo were prosont Five dollars
a head was collected from tho spectators
before tho fight began. Fifty.four rounds
wero fought in one hour and a half. Golden
won the tight and Scullion was badly
The Mkeleton or a Murderer.
New Yonit, Nor. 21. Dr. Isaac Lea, of
Stapleton, has tho skoloton of Rolnhardt,
the who was hangod. After
Rolnhardt was hanged his body was
burled in Potter's Field at Richmond, His
skeleton, complete to every bono, and suspended
by a wiro placod exactly whero the
hangman's rope was, with the whole held
together hy wires run through tho marrow
channels, hangs In a closet In Dr. Lea's
Tonus Indian Slayers.
Allan-town, Nov. 2L Two Eastonboys,
dgod twelve and thirteen years, whoso
minds had been affected by reading flashy
uovels, In which Indian killing and scalp
taking formed the principal subjects, aim
who left home on Wednesday to go West
nnd exterminate the aborigines, were cap-
turod In this cltr last evening and taken
home. Ouo of tho boyB is a son of Daniel
B. Wood, editor of tho Eoston Freo Press,
and the other is a son of Charles Chldsoy.
Before learlng homo the boys wrote a note
informing their parents of thoir intention,
Yale College Finances.
New Havkn, Conn., Nor, 21. The report
of the Treasurer of Yale Collego has
boen submitted, nnd ehow the aggregate
amount of invested funds to be $l,W4,Wa,
an Increase over tho year of 1682 of $77.C'J8.
Tho expenditures of tho year have
been t:m,827. By rigid economy tho fund
is increasing and Is divided as follows:
University, $404,890; Academical, $844,110;
Thoological, taSM; Sheffield Sclontlllc
$143,11)3; Medical School, $30,005; Law
School, U,000, and Art School, $00,170.
Prize Fight and lliot.
Ottawa, Ont., Nor. 21. W. L. Beaudry
recently returned from Chicago to his homo
in Manotlck Village, nsar here. On Fri'
day last he fought a prire fight fjr $50 a
Bide with W. O. Clark of the ame place
lu the eighth round Beaudry broke Clark's
right arm near the shoulder. After the
fight a general row occurred at the David,
son Hotol. Pistol shots were Hred and
many potions were wounded. Both principals
be-long to respectable funning
MAN SHOTDOVN IN HIS OWN HOME
Cannier or an Indiana National Bank"
lloiiNnl In tho Night nnd Killed I
Ity it 1'rowliBB
Ind., Not. 2L Edward'
Payne, cashier of the First national bankJ
lived in a pleasant homo with his wife and
children. Arousod by an unusual noiso in
tho nlj;ht, he was coming down stairs at 4
o'clock this morning, when a burglar BtandJ
ing lu tho hall below fired with fatal olinV
I'aynu sunk on the stairs and tho assassin
and his comrade in crimo flod. The family
wero aroused by tho report of the pistol i
hastily arose, and hurried to the spotJ
Medical aid was hastily summoned, bulj
tho wounded husband and father, was pastj
human help, ;iio quickly breathed his last
In tho unns of his wife. A search through!
tho houso showed that tho burglars had!
been Interrupted lu their nefarious work
before securing any booty. A vigorouj,
hcnrch Is being mado for tho murderer, audits
tho alarm so quickly followed tho crime;
It is thought that ho will certainly be found
by nightfall. Tho country is being aroused,
by nrmed parties. Business in tho town t$
practically supcnded. In Connorsvlllo,
whom tho murdered man wns well and
favorably known, tho feollng is very in
teuso, and tho murder is tho ono theino of
THE C. B. & Q. ACCIDENT.
Hovcro Censure IJy the Coroner'
CmnAOO, Nov. 21 The Coronor's jury
which has laon Investigating tho recent
tnl collision nn tho C. B. & Q. railroad,
near this city, havo roturnod a verdict finding
that tho accident was caused-by the'
cnrlesMiess of Conductor Win. U. Doyle'
and Engineer Young, of tho wild freight,
which crashed Into tho passongcr train, tho '
freight train at tho time being run at an
excessive rate of speed. Another cause, tho
Jury sny, wns tho gross Indiscretion of
Gcorgo Alexander, Superintendent, and
A. Miller, train dispatcher, of tho Burlington
road, as well as that of Daniel
Wedge, local yard master, in Bonding out
a freight train so heavily loaded as to be
uumanugublo, and with about all tho cars
supplied with defective brakes. Warrants
have been lssi)vil for tho arrest of all thej
llrutiil Outrage Vy I'lvo Mexican
A LitUQUEKQUE, Nov. 21. One of the foul
est murders oer comitted In this torritoryl
has put coino to light The munlored per-son
is u hoy named Cundolorla. Tho body
was dfsenvured in the vineyard of ono JosoSl
Aii7ei rcicn, it scorns mac uanaoiorm
and l'orca had n long and bitter feud, and'
the latter enticed tho former to his houso
nnd heal his brains out with a club, the
four grown duughters of Perca osiisting in
the deed. The body was at tlrst burled In
the burn, lint afterwards taken up and in
terred in tho viuoyuid. A little
old son of l'orca gavo the murder away.
All wero airested and aro now In jail. J
Tliero are fears of lyncldng on account of
tho greiit excitement among tka Mexican ,
Air. C'ornwuUln YVrst and Mrs. Lang.
St. Louts, Mo., Nor. 2L Mr.
lls West, husband of the famous English ,
beauty, Is here by Invitation of Jay Gould.
Referring to tho attnckl made on the
tatlon of Mrs-. Langtry, no said! "She has
suffered some in reputation by hor Amerl-i
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1 1(11 i' v. mi -.-.-, iiuu.vmi IbU (,1 vw outline. I
Much of what has bocn written about herjl
Is Ki'nmlalousiy rnlso. anil tho rest, I think,
is thu result of a harmless fancy on her
part It is really too bad that tho newspapers
should do so. If it had been a man
now It would haro been different, but
a woman, I call it a little cowardly.
Her reputation here will not affect hor
standing in England."
London, Nor. 21. Another startling seizure
of revolutionary literature is reported
from St. Petersburg. The police of that
flf.v luivn lust seized a lariro minntltv nf
pamphlctR entitled "Penal Servitude and I'
Tortures tho Dead to tho Living." Tho r
book describes inririd languogo tho suffer-
lugs of political prisoners In BIbera and
elsowhero, under which it says many inno
cent victims havo died leaving secret re- sf
cords of thoir tortures which aro now i
liM'tml ntirl niihllshftd tft rvfilnt Ant tn thn M
living the duty of rengoance. It urges a
goneral rising for the purposo first of rescuing
tho prisoners, and then of organizing
an armed and open rorolution.
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A llad. Manager.
Chicago, Nov. 21. Jt. Henry Molrillo, f
claiming to he manager or tho Hair York
Ideal dramatic company, is In trouble. Ho
runshod, in New York, Mrs., Alice Mace r,
who lms an insane husband. Sho gar him
WX) to come to Chicago and gob htr a di-voice.
Ho took tho monoy, lived with another
woman, and thonwroto for and obtained
Vt00 more from Mrs, Macer, on
pi etense of starting a itaro. Sho came on
later, and wus so mad whan the loaruod
the truth that she had him puUftd up in tho
court as a swindler,
Wratnu The Tramp Again. ETlfl
London, Nov. 21, The Amerloaa pedes
trian, Edward Payson Weston, under tho
auspices of several prominent tomperanco
advocates, started from Westminister t.
iiifdi)lglit, Tuosday, to walk a hundred days,
excepting Sundays, at the rato of fifty
miles a day and to deliver temperanco
ut various towns on his route. Weston
Is In oxcollcut health and spirits. A
largo crowd assemblod to B0 him Off and
cheered nun louaiy. jj
1'ei'Uug In France Abo a l War.
PniH, 21. The French seem carried
away with tho idea, that war with China
would bo an easily managed and profltablo
ulVuir. While the pooplo teem thus foolishly
confldont, tho genaral foiling in dlplo
mutiu circles Is that M. Forry Hinds himself
so far Involved that he eanaot now
draw back, though he might deilre to do
Nbw Yonic, Nor. 21. The jury in tho
rn so nf Wm. Porter, on trial fo rntintar f
John Wtthdi In ''Bhang" Drapers saloon, on j
mo morning oi uotouor iutb( has brought
lu a vuruiuv ui uviiuuiai.