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t VOL. 3 NO. 8. IMAYSVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT.
CITY ANDUOUNTY MKBM'OHi.
Courts Circuit Court.
Judge A.E.Colo. .
Commonwo.iUU'H Attorney T. A. Uurrau
BhorltT Perry Jellerson.
f Dun I'errlue.
Doputlos: Uhnn JelloiNon.
(. J. W. Alexander.
Jailer Donuls piiEgcrald.
Tuesday altor second Monday In Januarj,
April, July and October In each year.
Judge Wm. I. Coons.
County Attorney J. L. Whltakor.
Clerk-W. W. Ball.
Bocond Munday c euou mouth.
Tuesday attor secuiih Monday In Mnrch,
June, (September and December in cacti year.
Maysvlllo, No. I. Vicroy and J. L.
Grant. first nnl tlilid Tuesdays lu Murcli,
MuyHVlllo, No. V. M. K. Mitrsli nncl James
Cliuiubeiliiln first .Saturday and fourth Tuck-day,
Dover, No. 3 Jume KiiriiHlmw and A. K.
Dobyu, tlittt ami third Wednesday, name
Minerva, No. 4 O. N. Weaver and J. M.
Ilyur Ilrst mid third Tuesdays, samo
aennantowu.No.S a. M, Woodwurd und
Jas. L'il. Munuuii first and third UatUidays,
HanllH.No. 0-J. M. Bull nnd J. Il.drlgsby
second and foui Hi WuluidiiyK, Mime months.
Maysllclc, No. 7-C. W. Williams and J. li.
Haymoud, second und tourtli Fridays, same
LewisuurR, No. 8.l. M. Alexander a id
Isaac Ij. Mullvaluu tecoud ami lourth
urangeburu, No. I W. D. Coryoll and W. 11
Furrow Hint (Saturday und laswuouda.stiii
Washington, No. 10 ltobcrt Hunter and
ThoiimS Downing fouith Tuesday and third
Wednesday, same mouths.
Murpliysvllle, No. 11 Lewis Jeflcrson and
John K. Wells fourth Monday und tlilid
Thursday, sumo mouths.
Kern Lear, No. i. MnMln and J, fl.
Uurgess, second and fourth Haluiduys, saint
Maysvlllo, No. 1 C. Ij. Dawson.
Alaysvllle, No. 2W. L. Moruu.
Dover, No, J-W. II. Moillllau.
Minerva, No. 4 IMchaul Howard'
Ueriuautowu, No. d Isaao Woodward.
Hurdls, No tl Frank lllund.
Muysllctt, No. 7 mounts .Murphy.
Lewlsburg, No. 8-W. M. HlroUu.
OraiiKeuuru, No. l- Thouuis lllse.
Washington, No. lu George. CUogglti.
Murphysvllle, No. 11 W. K.Prutlior.
Feru Leuf No. 12 H. V. Wood.
Noddy JIcctliiKH SIumoiiIc.
Coulldeuce Lodge, No. 62, tlrnt Monday ol
Mosou Lodge, No. 312, tlilid Monday of each
month. .. ....
Maysvlllo, Chupter, No.9, second Monday ot
Maysvlllo Cornmandery, No. 10, fourth
Monday of eaoh month.
I. O. O. F.
Plsgah Kucrtuipmelit, No. 9, second auo
fourth Mondays lu each mouths at 7 o'clock.
DeKulb Lodge. No. 1'.!, Tuesday night, each
wtek,ul 7 o'clock.
Itlnggold. No. 27, Wednesday night, each
week, at 7 o'clock.
fiululilN of Honor.
The first and tlilid Tuesday of each month.
Lodge room ou tuition stieet.
Limestone Lodge, No. 30, Filday ulght ol
I. O. W. M.
Wednesday night each week.at their hall ou
Hoiiiilliy H. V.jji.
Second and lourtliHuudays In each month,
nttholr hallou Limestone street.
1'iitlicr Jtut hew T. A. N.
First Sunday lu each mouth, at their hall on
Nl. l'utrlck'H Iti nevoleiit Society.
Hocoud Munday In each mouth, at ttioli Hull
on LlmnMoiio street.
ClKr .lluUera' Union.
First Tuesday night lu each month.
Monday night ot each week.
K. C. U. It., arrives nt 9;00 n. m. nnd 8:15 p.
m. Dep.trU nl WW u. in. und 12 4(1 p. in.
Uonanza, down Ahniiiiiy, Wednesday und
Fridays ill (I p. in. Up Tumidity, Thursday und
Haturduy nt H p. m.
The Hoard of Council meets the first Thursday
eveulng In each mouth.
Mayor lloraco Jauuary.
First Wurd Fied. lleudel, a. A. Wads-
worth, Itobert Frost,
Second W ard Dr. U. W.Muitlu, Thomas J
Ohonoweth, Itow Sloctotl.
Third Ward omtt. Pcaico, K. W. Kltzgbrnld,
Fourth J. P. l'hister, II. A.
John W. Alexander.
Fifth Ward-Wm. 11. Muthews, James Hall,
Treasuior aud Collector K. E. Pearce.
Clerk lliu ry fuylor.
Marshal James IU'dniond.
Deputies. J w,n 1)llWb0llf
Wharfmiister lloberl Flcklln.
Wood ami Coal inspector Peter ParUor.
Keeper of Alms House Mrs. H. Mills,
Kentucky Central R. R.
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" Clark's. B VII I III Lve.Parls.... 8 15 305
" Mars' (i :;-i 1 2.1 " PJu'o'n
" Helena. a 15 " MIl'b'K.. ""io
Jolili'nJ (I Si 1 42 " Curllsre 7l
" K hfi'l u ll 68 1 4N " .Meyers. 7 1U 03U
Kwlng... 7 02 I 5.1 " P.Val'y 7 22 (112
" uowun 7 07 1 68 " Cowan. 7 :a 0 62
P.Val'y 7 15 2 011 " Kwlng.. 7:n 068
" Ml'VHIH 7 21 2 12 " Ellz'ire. 7 II 7 02
" CaillHle. 7 3U 208 " Joliii'u, 7 47 7 08
" " Helena, 7 6.') 711
" Mll'hu'g 7 60 2 V9 " Mars'll. 8 05 7 2(1
" I'.JU'O'll " Clark's 8 lu 780
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Arr. Lex'ton 12 05 7 00 Arr. Maysvills U3U
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H. for Ashland, Huntington mid ull points
lu tho Kiisl mill HouthoHHt with the C. N. U.
4.T.P. If. It., for Chattanoga and tho Bout h;
with, the L. A N. It. It, lor Fruuklorl und
v Maysvlllo, Ky.
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U. P. mid T. A.
Covington, Flomliirjsbnrg and Pound
Counectlntf with Trains on K. O. II. It.
Leave Fi.KMiNOHiiuitriror Johnson HliUloni
6:15 a, in. Cincinnati F.xprewt,
0'i:iu. in. .Maysvlllo Accommodation
3:26 p. m, Lexliigtou.
7'0? p. in. Maysvlllo Kxpress.
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the arrival of Trains on tho K. C. II. It.:
0:2.1 a. m. 4:00 p, ni.
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left at the DUM.KTiN otilco will receive
prompt attention. P. U. address ML Cannot'
TIIE TRIAL OF O'DONNELL
THE FAMOUS CASE AT LAST BEGUN.
O'Donnoll's Armed Escort From the
Prison to the Court Imtbo Attend,
mice of Visitors- Tho Testimony
London, Nov. SO. In anticipation of the
trial of Corey's slayer, commencing' nt tho
Old Bailey to-day, tho notorious prisoner
was taken from his cell ut Mlllbank and
placed In tbo prison van, whom two
policemen sat with him, holding loaded revolvers
in their hands. Another
rodo on tho back stops, nlso holding
a revolver in full viow. Two others, similarly
armed, rodo bosldo tho driver, while
six mounted constables, with swords
drawn, took up their position bosldo tho
vehicle. On loaviug Mlllbank tho
set out at a smart trot through
Westminister, whero tho stationary police
at oiico divortod tho traffic, to afford
a clear way. Passing Westminister
tho horses wero urged to a
gallop along tho Thames embankment, and
then again Blowed to a trot through
street and Ludgato hill to tho Old
Bailey. Hera thoy drove right insldo tho
yard gates, which wero quickly closed
after them. 0Donnell was then takon
Into tho court-room and provided with a
scat near his counsel. Tho prisoner appeared
unconcerned, and cliowod tobacco
rclishingly. The com t was not
oxceslvely,tho SherlhT having only issued it
limited number ot tickets to tho gcnoinl
public. Many ladies wero present. Sir
Henry Jamos, Attorney General, and Mr.
Poland appeared for tho Crown. Mr.
Charles Russell, Q. C, M. P., with Mr. A
M. Sullivan uppearod for O'Donnoll. Gen
oral Prior was present in court and occupied
a seat with Mr. Guy,tho prisoner's solicitor,
and frequently confcml with tho two English
counsel. Tho Attorney General
opoued tho cam for tho prosocution, giving
n, history of Carey's movements from tho
timo he left Dublin to tho tlmo ho reached
Capo Town Ho likewise traced tho btcpa
of tho prisoner, O'Donnoll, until ho mot
Caroy upon tho Cuiw mail steamer. Ho
then dwelt upon tho intimacy which sprang
up between tho two men. Going farther on,
tho learned counsel drew a vivid picture of
tho excitement O'Donncll exhibited when
ho lirs t became awaro that his acquaintance
was Carey, and his evident determination
from that time to do away with tho Iniormer.
That tho crime was one of wilful murder
ho declared ho could conclusively jirovo.
Ho proceedod to call witnesses. James
Parish, a servant on tho steamer Mclroso,
was tho first witness called. Ho testified
that he saw no evidence of passion on tho
part of O'Donnoll, and saw no strugglo
O'Donnoll and Caroy. On
ho said ho was ignorant of tho
fact that a pistol had been found upon
Caroy's son. Ho saw only O'Donnell's pistol.
Thomas Jones, boatswain, was tho
next witness. Ho repeated tho testimony
given beforo Magistrate, Flowers at tho
Dow Street Court September 28, to tho effect
that ho licaid no quarreling previous
to tha shooting of Caroy; that Mrs. Caroy
was wrong in stuting, as sho
did In her tcstimong beforo Magistrato
Flowers that O'Donnell had said to her:
"Don't blumo mo;T was sent to do It,"
and reiterated his former statement that
O'Donuell said: "Shako hands Mrs. Caroy;
I did not do It."
Curey's sou was then called to tho stand
and repeated his testimony given at tho
Bow Street Police Court September 'JSth,
to tho elfoct that O'Donnell was sitting
when ho tired tho first shot at his father.
His father did not grapple with O'Donnell.
After witnessing O'Donnell shoot his
father ho rau to tho lattcr's birth aud
obtained his revolver, but had
not timo to glvo it to him
beforo ono of tho ofllcers took It from him
Ho added that ho saw O'Donnoll draw his
rovolvor, and saw him shoot at his father.
Ho then ran and fetched his lather's pistol.
On being he admitted -his
evidence in regard to the movements of
Parish, given beforo Magistrato Flowers,
was wrong, and soveral times during cross-examination
by Mr. Sullivan, young Carey
becamo vory much confused, and gavo
ovaslvo answers. Mr. Sullivan closely
pressed young Carey for answers, during
which ho doclarod that O'Donnell
drew his weopon with his loft hand.
O'Donnoll's left hand is paralyzed aud was
so at tho timo of tho shooting.
Young Carey thou contradicted his
provlous evidonco as to what O'Donnoll
suid at tho timo of tho shooting. When
questioned closoly, ho Anally declared that
ho had now forgotten tho exact words
O'Donnell used and did not know whether
thoy woros "I had to do it," or, "I did do
it," as ho testillcd when under examination
at Capo Town, or, "I
Was sent to do It," as ho testified
before Magistrato Flowers on
September 2.5th, and again on Septombor
28th beforo the samo Magistrato. Young
Caroy being further cross-examined, declared
that ho novor said that his father's
rovolver was gone from the bag and that
ho had no recollection ot having met a
person named Walter Young. Mr, Sullivan
thou beckoned to Young, who rose in
court und created quite a tableau by doing
Sad II un tine Accident.'
Baltimore, Nov. 30. Friday morning
a party composed ot ofllcers of tho Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad went on a ducking
expedition to u point about seven
mllos below this city. About 0 o'clock
thoy camo uion a Hock of ducks, and ono
of tho party, named Sliafcr, ilred. Tliero
was a loud ropoJt and a cloud of smoke,
followed by the sound of a falling body,
and thoy wero horrified to find thut Mr.
Jus. Houston, Chief of tho Baltimore &
Ohio Firo Department, had boon shot dead,
his brains having been blown out.
Pittsburo, Nov. 30. Papers will be
filod to-day in tho suit of Kmil Dornor,
employment agent, against Samuel
to recover $3,0(X) damages for injury
to his business. Sinco tho 11th of this
month It is alleged Isnkovltch lms made a
habit of standing before Dornor's place of
business and using every endeavor to prevent
persons from cooking employment
through Dorner, by charges that he was
dishonest and unreliable Isakovltch wus
formerly a "runner" for Dorncr, but- was
discharged and took this method of obtaining
CHICAGO 8ENSATION REVIVED.
Tlioreiin Sturlatn, Murderous,. Roleased
Front the Penitentiary.
CniOAdo, Nov. 80. Theresa Sturlata was
released f rom tho Penitentiary, at Joliot,
Thusday evening, after serving a year for
tho murder of Charlos Stiles, Caller of the
Chicago Grain and Provision Exchango,
and a well-known man about town. Interest
In tho case Is now revived by a struggle
between tho deml tnondo and several well-known
ladies who seek to rodecm tho girl.
At present tho good ladies seem to have
triumphed. Sturlata, at tho timo of tho
murder was an inmato of tho houso of
Watson, leader of tho deml monda
hero. Watson is said to have spent!
o,uuu in nor ueienso. xi no uueii
generally understood that tho girl
would roturn to Watson's houso on her
Watson had mado great preparations
for a reception for Sturlata to-night,
which sho boasted would outrival any
bnnquot ever given "in tho city. When
Sturlata was roleasod she was mot by Mrs.
Dr. Briard, whom sho accompanied to
Chicago. Thoy loft tho train at a suburb
an station to avoid the roportors, and
drovo.to tho residence of Mrs. Mitchell.
Mrs. Mitchell says sho intends to
givo the girl n. home. What
tho girl will do sho does not know. Sho
thinks her ropentent and doterminod to
lead a virtuous life. A fow weeks ago tho
girl's brothers visited her. Thoy assured
her that her mother, who is a rospoctablo
woman, living in Baltimore, offcrod her
forgiveness and a homo. It is said that
tho deml mondo roception will yet tako
placo, having been postponed by Watson
who feared to tako tho stop in
tho face of the great popular
feeling. It is said, also, that tho polico
issued a peremptory order prohibiting any
houso from receiving Sturlata. Tho belief
prevails that after tho oxcitemont subsides
Sturlata will resume her former lifo,
Watson, In nn interview, denies tho alleged
reception and says sho would put no
stumbling block in tho way of the girl's
reformation. Sturlata was brought hero
by Stiles from Baltimore in 1874.
Later. All efforts of a score of reporters
have so far failed to find the whereabouts
of Theresa Sturlata, released from
Joliet prison Thursday night. Tho circles
of religious ladies formed to maku provision
for her wclfaro professed titter
of her location, and so do tho
at w hoso houses sho was expocted
Cincinnati, Nov. 150. Thanksgiving was
moru generally obsorvod horo than it has
boon for tna'ny years past. Tho weather
was beautiful and all business was generally
suspendod throughout tho city. In
tho morning services wero hold in all tho
churches which wero well attended, while
in tho afternoon matinco porformanccs
wero given ut all places of amusoment
which were crowded to "standing-room
only." At night a largo number of
and balls wore in order.
Washington, Nov. 00. Thanksgiving
Day was generally observed hero. All tho
Government departments and public buildings
wero closed and business, attor 12
o'clock, was suspendod. Tho local military
paraded tho streets in tho morning 2,000
strong, and in tho afternoon tho Firo Department
turned out and made a most excellent
showings Tho President attended
St. John's Church in tho morning, and ate
ills Thanksgiving turkey nt the Soldiers'
Home. Servicos woro hold In all tho
churches and sermons appropriate to tho
day and occasion woro delivered,
New York, Nov. 30. Thanksgiving Day
in this city was as usual well observed.
Tho morning serviced in noarly all tho
churches were well attended, and many
eloquent discourses were preached. Tho
theaters were all crowded both in the afternoon
and evening, and tho sporting events
of the day attracted unusually largo
crowds. Tho inmates ot all tho charitable
and city institutions wero regaled with
tho usual turkey dinner, and work was
suspended for tho day. It being tho fifty-third
anniversary of tho polish Insurrection,
tho Polos of New York and vicinity
celebrated tho day with much solemnity.
Village Rnlded lly Uurglnrs.
Danville, Ind., Nov. 80. Pittsboro, this
county, a town ten miles distant, was visited
Wednesday by professional cracksmen.
Tho safo in tho dry goods store ot
O. W. Hill was blown open nnd $1,200
taken therefrom, as wero somo valuable
papers, including government bonds. Tho
post office in tho samo building was burglarized
and several registered letters
taken, tho value of which is unknown.
Tho safo in tho drug store of A. O. Woavor
was cracked and about (500 taken ; and also
tho safo of Georgo Wells, from which
private deposits wero takon, amounting
in-all to nearly $2,000. A valuablo horso
aud buggy were stolen from S. A. Sclch,
the tracks ot which indicato that tho parties
left in tho direction of Indianapolis,
Joliet, 111,, Nov. 80. For tho past
threo months two well-known railroad
contractors, undor the firm name ot Gay
& Woston, have been engaged with about
200 employes on a contract in constructing
the now Hinckloy Railroad, known as the
Chicago, St. Louis 6s Western. Thoy
wore workiug near this city and completed
their contract last woek, when thoy
drow their monoy on tho contract and
havo not been Been sinco. The 200 men aro
most of thorn left without a cent to pay
their dobts or buy necessaries for their
families. Thoy put tho caso in tho hands
of attorneys in this city, '.ut as .yet no
trace of tho contractors has been found
The IlllUboro Coulldeuce Men.
HlLLsnoRO, 111., Nov. SO. Tho confidenco
gamo that was played on tho national
banks hole Is still creating a good deal of
excitement, and thero Is an opinion among
soma that thoro may bo more in the swindling
than now appears. Tho case has been
put in tho hands of dctoctives, and a reward
for tho capture of Ferguson has been
oircred. It is now know that Ferguson
went by soveral aliases, ono of them being
T. G. Bowman, and that ho registers
times from Washington, D. a, anu win-
Prominent Vliflnla Fanner Murdered.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 30. James li
Hughes, ii prominent farmer and citizen of
Bodford county, was killod by a young
man named Martin near Fancy Grovo, in
that county. Tha murder grow out of a
quarrel botwoon young Martin's father
and Hughes. Both of thoJMartins were
arrested and hurried off to Liberty, Va.
TOE FIGHT WARMING UP.
CARLISLE'S CHANCES ARE BETTER.
At Lonst Ills Friends Claim Largo Accrs.
sloim Both Fnrtles Working Like
nenvers Contest for the
Washington D. C, Nov. 80. Tho
of Messrs. Randall, Carlisle &
Co. prcsonted a lively nppoaranco all day
and at night, and tho friends of each candidate
have been driving a vigorous .campaign.
The most important featuro of tho
day's work is tho retirement of Mr.
Springer from tho Speakership contest.
Tills was brought about at a caucus of the
Illinois delegation held lata in tho afternoon,
and tho Democratic members of tho
delegation are said to bo three for Randall
jind six for Carlisle. Representative Morrison
says that Mr. Springer has consented
to vote for tho Kcntuckinn. Some doubts
exist respecting Mr. Springer's vote, however,
owing to tho fact that hti was in
rlusa conference with Mr. Randall during
Representative Townsliond, of Illinois,
said, after tho caucus of Illinoisans, "Wo
aro a unit for Carlisle Dunn, of Arkansas,
has doclarod for Carlislo, which makes
the Arkansas delegation solid. Ho also
has tho Mississippi delegation, and tho
prospects of obtaining Missouri aro very
good. Carlislo will surely receive tho
nomination on tho first ballot with from
twenty to twenty-five votes to spare."
Other Illinois representatives endorso this
statement. Judge Bucknor, of Missouri,
said that, with the possible oxception of
Mr. Cleary, tho Missouri Democrats will
stand as a unit for Carlislo and it seemed
to him that tho Kcntuckian's nomination is
Tho Randall men were working hard all
day and say there Is every reason for
ving their candidato will secure the
nomination, Thoy say thoy aro con
stantly receiving new pledges, and tho indications
aro that tho momlwrs yet to
will bo almost solid for Mr. Randall.
Randall's friends aro claiming a gain in
North Carolina and Wisconsin, and his
supporters aro freely taking all bets offered
against his election. Figures are
givin by both sides showing more than
a sufficient number of votes to nominate,
und tho situation is decidedly perplexing.
Tho Now York delegation held n meeting
.u tho evening with eleven members pres
out and decided to stand by Mr. Cox
ifono of tho Now York members supposo
to bo for Randall attended tho meeting.
It was also decided to insist upon a viva
voce voto in tho caucus.
The strugglo for tho subordinate positions
Is being carried on rather quietly, but tho
several candidate are doing hard work.
The Ohio delegation having declared In
favor of Leedom for
John O. Thompson has formally withdrawn
from the contest, and this is thought to be
suillcicnt to guarantee Leedom's nomination.
Colonel Jas. Wiutersmlth says ho
is confident of securing the
of tho Houso, anil tho friends of
Major Weddcrburn, of Maryland, say
that ho will go into tho caucus with olghty
votes for tho position of Postmaster. The
other candidates for this position, about
ten in number, do not y lvo their figures, but
each and every ono feels confident of success.
Messrs. Clark, of Missouri, and Atkins,
of Pennsylvania, candidates for tho Clerk-
ship of tho House, oxpress themselves as en
tirely satlstiea with tho outiooK. 'i no genera
impression, however, is that Clark has a
good load and will win tho race.
At midnight two bets wero made at
oven money, ono of $1,600 and the other
of 13,000, on tho Speakership between
friends of Carlislo and Randall. Tho latter
is moro confident at this hour than
over, and Carlisle is equally as confident.
It was decided that tho Democratic caucus
will be held at 7: 30 o'clock Saturday night.
Another Italian Condldute for the Gat.
Brooklyn. Nov. 80. Mrs. Mary Dos-
serlo, who owns n bakery at No. 23 Union
street, this city, had in her employ until
recently an Italian baker named Josoph
Glasippe. Ho was of a quarrelsome disposition
and often drank to excess, causing
him to neglect his work. A fellow-countryman,
named Doghiero, was employod
nt the samo Ho and Glaslppo did
not got along well together. Mrs. Dosserio
finally discharged the latter, and he went
away vowing vongconco on Doghiero, to
whom he attributed the discharge. Nothing
was hoard from Glasippe for
thrco weeks, and no ono knew
his whoreabouts until Friday morning,
when suddenly ho put In an uppoarauce at
the bakery, and inquired for Doghiero. Ho
was informed that ho had gono to his home,
No. I President street Glasippe at onco
started for tho houso and got there just as
Doghiero was coming out. A fow words
passod between the men, during which
informod Doghiero that ho had como
to tako his lifo for causing him to bo discharged,
at tho samo timo drawing a
and shooting Doghloro In tho right
breast. Tho wounded man foil back on the
doorstep and expired almost instantly.
Tho murderer is In jail.
Doc Fight Prevented.
CniOAQO, Nov. 80. Tho dog fight, which
was to have taken place on the outskirts
of tho city early Thursday morning, was
frustrated in consequence of tho sports
talking too freely of tho matter, which
reached tho ears of tho polico. Ono of tho
dogs is tho property of an old New York
sport, and tho other belongs to a well-known
Fatal Street Car Kncounter.
Cincinnati, Nov. SO, At an early hour
on Friday morning a drunken passonger on
tho Walnut Hills streot railroad shot and
probably killod both tho driver and conductor
of car No. 22. The trouble arose
out of a refusal on the part of tho
to pay his fare, accompanied by
The murderer has. not yet
I'reneh l"oreu Moving.
Pjikzh, Nov. 80. The latost dispatches
from Tonquln annouueo tho fact that tho
French forces havo assumed an aggressivo
attitude Admiral Courbot has begun
active operations at Sontay, has socured
tho strongest positions from a military
standpoint, nnd has installed his artillery
at the commanding and strategetio points.
Terrible Hand Car Accident.
GnKENViLLK, O., Nov. 30, Engine No.
0 and an empty cabooso, in chargo of Engineer
Mills and Conductor Bovitt, ou tho
Ohio Southorn Railroad, whllo running
wild to Bainbridgo Wednesday nlgbt,struck
a hand car near Bothesda, a small station
thrco miles south of this placo, on which
tho Boction gang, consisting of Ave
were roturning to their homos. Threo
of the men jumped, but Foreman Mo-Cormick
and Wm, Clay were knocked o(T
tho track with tho car. Clay was killed
instantly. ,McCormick had both legs cut
off bolow thq knees aud a largo gash cut in
his stomach which allowed tho bowels to
protrude, from tho effects ot which he died
soon after. The third victim, Wm.
was terribly bruised about tho
body and his faco ,badly cut, and, right leg
broken. He will probably die.
took place on a straight piece ot
track, and it is claimod that, if the head.
light of the engino had be,en lighted no
loss ot lifo would havo occurred.
AT 1 1 1 1 IJeosti Amusing Thenisatves.
New York, Nov. 80. Out on Long Is
land in a secluded place it was arranged
for Sims .Sweeny and Dan Custy to fight
with small, .hard gloves for a prize, but
thoy and tho sp3ctators wero disappointed,
as tho stake holder and tho purse did not
turn up. This provoked much angry discussion,
and several impromptu fights took
placo. A cortain rough named "Bob"
picked a quarrol with n cripple named
Hughes, and was about to annihilate him
when the crlpplo suddenly floored his antagonist
with a beer glass, giving Dewitt
somo ugly gashes In the faco and completely
knocking him out of timo. A doctor, who
was present, sewed up tho wounds. This
Incident put tho crowd in a different humor,
and thoy dispersed, satisfied that thoy had
had somo return for their money.
On the Trail of Train Robbers.
Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 30. Up to a lato
hour no news has been received from tho
detachment in pursuit of tho train robbers.
Thero are several detachments of troops,
and Sheriff Tucker with a posse in pursuit.
Ono detachment nf troops, accompanied
by Indian scouts, is following the
trail of four men who camped night before
last In Mulo Shoo Canyon. It now turns
out that only tho engineer was killed and
tho express taken and the conductor and
ono passenger robbed. The amount of express
matter is supposed to lie largo, but
can not bo ascertained definitely, as the
Southern Pacific officials keep it quiet.
Impudent Resolutions Fitly Answered.
Lonuon, Nov. 30. United States Minister
Lowell has loplied as follows to resolutions
adopted at a recent mooting of tho
Metropolitan Underground Railway
denouncing the authors of the
dynamite explosion on the railway
tunnels as aimed at workmen, a copy of
which was Bent to tho Minister with a request
that it be forwarded to the United
"It is needless to say that my horror of
such atrocious crimes is quiet as great as
that expressed in tho resolutions, but, as
there is not a particle of evidence tending
to show complicity ou tho part of Americans,
I am unable to see any advantage to
result in forwarding tho resolutions to
Iiitorentlng Astronomical Announcement
Phelps, N. Y., Nov. 30. Prof. Brooks,
of tho Red Houso Observatory, while
searching for comets near tho sun, last
uveulug, discovered a wonderful shower of
telescopic meteors, some of which wero
moving southward and others northward.
Prof. Brooks belloves that this display has
some connection with tho romarkablo red
light seen noar the sun at sunrise aud sunset
for soveral days, and that the earth is
passing through a mass of meteoric dust,
or is enveloped in tho tail of a gigantic
Murdered Ills Mother.
Toronto, Out. Nov. 80. Arthur Irwin,
aged thirteen, sitting nt breakfast, with his
paients, who are of ill repute, suddenly
and without any warning stabbed his
mother in tbo abdomen with his fork. Ho
said that he had hoard (he neighbors say
that she was a bad woman and should be
killed, and he thought it best for him to
murder her. Tho woman will probably
die. After stabbing her several times
ubout tho body ho forced the fork into her
New York, Nov. 80. General Butler
says, concerning Blaine's, plan to abolish
internal revenue taxation, except that oh:
spirits, and to distribute that among the'
States, according to. representation, that it
is, uncoustltutqnal. The constitution provides
for only 'tyfpjclassos of faxes that is,
customs, revonuo and jdirect taxation.
Blaine's plan would colloqi&U tho tax from
a fow States and distribute it to all the
others. If anything wquld .Justify, rebel.
lion that would.
Terrible Drowning Acpldent.
Dubuque, la., Nov. 30. Tho remains of
William Fenkel, Jr. , ono of the four hunters
drowned in the Mississippi on Sunday,
wero found lato Thursday night, and men
are dragging tho river for .tho remuius of
tho other two missing men, father nnd
brother. Tho corpses of tbptwp lads recovered
lie side by side In thq parlor of
tnetr mother's handsome residence, and are
being visited by throngs ot sympathetic
Condition of the River.
Tittsburo, Nov. 80. Pittsburg, five feet
six inches, falling; Oil City, four feot, stationary;
Parkor's, four feot three inched,
falling; Brownsville, live feet six Inches,
stationary; Lock Nnmbor Four, seven foet
four inches, stationary; Rico's Landing,
five feot, falling.
A Mother Murders Her Two Children.
BALTiuortx, Md Nov, 80. Mrs. Laurel
RIall, wife of Jas. R. Riall, ot this city,
while In bed with hor two children cut
their throat? and allowed them sjowly to
bloed to death. After lifcwas.fixtinct the
mother attempted sulcido by emitting her
own throat, She still Jjes but, death is
Lincoln, Ills., Nov. 30. Late Thursday
night Jailor Bullard, of tho cpunty, jail,
was overpowored by prisoners Crawford)
Smith and Bailey and bcund i'ul gagged,
Tbo prisoners escaped.
A. Kerr York Theater Burns Fire In
New York, Nov. 80. Shortly bofore
midnight a firo broko out in thp rear part
of tho Windsor Thoatcr, No. 45 Bowery,
and extending back to Christie street.
Sooond, third and special calls wero sont
out in rapid succession, and in less than
ten minutes from tho first alarm no loss
than fifteen streams wero being directed
into tho burning building. An hour after
the outbreak tho flames had spread to
a number of tenement houses in Christio
street and for somo timo the greatest excitement
prevailed. When tho walls ot
the thoatcr began to fall a number of firemen
wore at work in tho burning building
and several wero seriously injured.
wero summoned and tho wounded
men conveyed to tho hospital.
Frauinoiiau, Mass., Nov, 80. Firo
broke out at 12:40 Friday morning in tho
immenso buildings known as tho
Blanket Factories, at Saxonvillo,
Mass., and by S .o'clock fivo of tho largo
factories wero a mass of smoking ruins,
and tho only industry of tho town was
wiped out for tho timo. Tho loss on tho
buildings alone is estimated at $135,000,
and the total loss may reach between $300,-000
and $700,000. Four hundred employes
are thrown out of work.
PrrrsnUBQ, Nov. SO. For a woek past it
has been whispered that a new political
movement was to bo inaugurated in tho
Fifth ward of this city. At first thoBtory
went that it was to be only an
ward organization, but it has
been learned that the movement is intended
to tako in every portion of tho city,
that tho doors of its club rooms will bo
open to all persons whoso proclivities aro
independent, and that it is to be modified
after tho famous Tammany Hall party of
New York. It was said that ex-Councilman
P. McGeo, a loading Pittsburg politician,
had been corresponding on the subject
with John Kelly, of Tammany Hall,
and, in an interview, Mr. McGeo confirmed
tho correctness of the report and promised
that tho whole thing .would be made public
in a fow days. Mr. McGeo said in
New York Tammany Hall always dictates
tho names of tho Btato officers and has
mado several Presidents. It is believed
that in Pittsburg the same thing can be
dono on a smaller scale. Tho object is to
oloco tho ofllcos in tho hands of good men
irrespective of party.
A Dully Shot oj a v;y.
Cairo, 111., Nov. 80. A iu shooting
affray took place at Hodge's Park. A desperado
named Htto, a lato arrival In tho
community, whom tho citizens had learnod
to fear and despise, entered the saloon of
French Jones, and began to destroy tho
furniture and maltreat tho inmates. At
last ho throw a spittoon at tho bar-keeper's
son, a mere boy, who at once opened firo
with a rovolvor, firing fivo shots, ono taking
effect in Hite's right side, passing
through the lungs, and another through the
leg. Tho first shot will probably causo his
An Important Matter Settled.
New York, Nov. 30. Between 10,000
and 12,000 people assembled on tho Polo
Grounds Thursday afternoon to witness
the great foot ball contest for the college
championship botwecn tho university foot
ball teams of Yale and Harvard. The
game was a very oxcitlng and sharply
fought one throughout, but tho superior
kill and strength of the Yalo team enabled
them to win the gamo with a score of three
goals, or eighteen points to Harvard's
nothing. This gives tho
championship for tho seasou of 1884 to
Ilni Not Withdrawn.
London, Nov. 30. Mr. Lowell authorizes
the donial of the report that ho has
withdrawn from tho Lord rectorship of St.
Andrews University, or that ho has been
requested to withdraw. He will abide tho
decision of tho chiefs ot the university.
Lqrd Solborne in giving bis opinion that
I Mr. Lowell is ineligible to the position, re-.
gards the ambassadorial privileges as tho
only disqualification. lho report filial.
I Mr. Lowell contemplated resigning his
position as United States Minister to
The Atlanta Dnrslars.
. Atlanta, Nov. 30. The burglaries of
the past two weeks in Atlanta havo
,slflled public, interest; Evidences of skilled
crackmanshlp wero strong. The polico
yesterday located five suspicious pesons,
ono of whom was a woman, who gavo half
a dozen names. Sho came here with a
man named Batiey and passed as his wife.
They were both arrested later and aro hold
at police headquarters. Tho polico think
,thoy have the right parties.
TTtnti Mineral Productions.
Salt Lake, Nov. 80. The Utah specimens
which havo been on exhibition for
two years at the Denver Mining Exposition
arrived safely homo. It is an elegant
collection, and will bo on constant exhibition
at the rooms of the Utah Mining institute.
Clmrcod With Stealing Cattle.
Fort Worth, Tex., Nov. 80. A. A.
Nicholson, a prominont cattle man, who Is
under arrest for extensive cattle stealing,
was taken to Young county. It is now
.known that tho last cattle stolen wero
shipped to, and sold in, Memphis and St.
Louis. The cattle stolen wero worth upwards
A. l'rlntors' Btnue.
Cincinnati, Nov. 80. A wook ago tho
printers employed In A. N. Kellogg's printing
oilleo in this city domandod
cents per 1,000 ems for composition instead
of thirty cents, tho prlco tho offico was
then paying. Tho firm took a woek for
consideration, aud on Friday morning returned
an adverse decision, Sovooteon
printors at onco struck, leaving only threo
men in tho office. Kellogg's is a nonunion
The Sultnn nnd the Fnlne Prophet.
Constantinople, Nov. 80, It Is alleged
that the Sultan has resolved to send a confidential
emissary to El MahdI. Tho
nature of his instructions is unknown, but
it uiay bo tho preliminary step towards an
.alliance with El Mahdl in the hope that
"tho Sultan's power in Egypt may bo fully
restored by a friendly understanding and
cooperation with him.