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TO A TT V 'TaqRWWJfik. BULLETIN.
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I' 9. ' S MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1883. PRICE 'ONE CENT.
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lilTY ANDL'UUNI'Y IHUEUI'UIIV.
Court.
Judge A. E.Colo. . ,,
Commonwealth's A. C'urrnu
Clerk-U. I), Parry.
Sheriff" Perry Jeilerson.
Dull Perriue. i
Chan JeIoron.
J. V. Alexander.
Jailer Dennis PtlEKornld. . , .
Tuesday uller, second Monday In Jnnuar,
April, July mid October In euoli your.
Coumy Court.
Judge Win. I. Conns.
County Attorney J. U. Whttaker.
Clerk-W. W. Hall.
Second Monday c viicli month.
Court.
Tuesday nttor second Monday' In March,
June.Soptember and Decernborm enchyeni.
llnKlNirrtlci Courts.
Maysvlllo, No. I. Wesley Vieroy and J. L.
11 rant, tint and third Tuoiihi) In Murcli,
Juno, September und December.
Maysvlllo, No. 2. M. K. Mumh and Junius
"Chniuboiliilii Unit Saturday nud fourth
sumo months.
Dover, No. 3 Juiihm Kiirtmlmw muh) A. h.
JJobyua, llrnl una mini Wednesday, s.uno
.months. .... ....
Minerva, No. -10. N. Weavor and J. M.
3'yar Hist nud Tuebduys, tmiuo
juouths.
M, Woodwsrd mid
Ju., L'H. .liiuuunnrs.t and third Saturdays,
same inoiiMf. - - - . k. T. .
WunllH, M. Hull und JVilfUilgsby
second and Inurlli Hut unliiyn, hiuno month.
Maysllek, No. 7 C. W. 'Williams tuid J. 1).
liuymoud, Hfcuudaiid lourth Fridays, miiuu
.months .,
LewntbuiK. No. 8 J. M. Alexander aid
Isaac h. MollVHtho second auU louith Thins-Cays,
same moths. ,
uruuisuburu, No. 0-V. I). Corolland W.H
Furrow llrul tiututduy and last Mouday, name
mouths.
WitHliliiitton, No. Hunter and
Thomas Downhill fourth l'Ufduy uud third
Wednesday, xnmo months.
Murphysville. No. Jetlorson nnu
John fcl. Wells louith .Monday nnd third
Thursday, sauie months. . .
Kern Lawi, K. Mustfii hud' J. B.
lluigess, second uud fourth Huturduys, same
months.
CollNtHblCN.
1-C. IDawson.
Aiavsvll e. EVMoiu
Dover, .MoAllllah
ILIItiurtrn Nn J(?lt.tlllrtl HOU'll
GorniAiiiDwu'; WiMMlmird.
Hurdis, No . .M
MuvsUck. No.7 FlitiiuilH .Murbhyawi
.M.tJirodu. t.
Orautsebur, No.- Thomas HUe. . '
WashltiKUiu.No. t.OosKlii.
aturpliyuvllle, No. Il-W. 11. Prutiiei.
Foru I.euf No. 12-H. W. Wood.
Society ilOOllllKS JiltnlllllO.
Coundentu liOd'e, No. b'l, first Monday ol
eaett tnouili. , , .,, , ,
MuoU LodBO, No. 342, third Monday Of eilch
m?lV8Vlllu,ChilAor,Ni.lSoliVfioWfi of
' '
echmonth, , , . ..
Maysvlllo Coiiiinaiidery, No. Id, lourtl.
Monday ol each month.
I.O. O. F.
l'lbgah Kucaiupmeul, No. U, second 'anp
fourth Mondaju'ln ouch iiioiults ut.7 o'clock.
DeKalb LmlHe.No. VI, Tuosdaj ulglit.eaeb
wek,at7ociiuii.
Hlnggold, No. -a, Wednesday night, each
weck,at7o'cnvk.
lintclitH r Honor.
The first 11 ml ihliUTiiescWyhf eutli'inonth.
Iodge room on Mutton
u. or i".
Limestone Lodge, No. 31), liSility night ol
reach week.
1.0. w. n.
.Wednesday ulglit unch weoU.atthctrlwIlon
hSecondstieel. "
Noilnllly It. V.. 11.
Hccond nnd (ourthunilayalnenclnnonlh,
.jt iiuir hull mi f.lniitHloiiu street.f
Fiillifr ilulliVW T.JSfh.
jrirRtMiiiiiliiN In each month, fit their hall on
lilJLUL'MULU) htleul.
Kt. i'alrlrlt'M "f net 6lllt .oclVjfj ,
Becomtriuuduy In ichfiiolitlainlulgllalf
on Llmo4Stniutfful. ,
t'ltfnr JtfiiUcrH' Union.
First TuuHday ulght lu euuu liionin. r
i.'u.W.Tj . V
Monday ulgbtol each' week. I
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Mulln.
IL. CR. H urilviw ut.U;0O.a. in. aud&15 p.
mAUeparts al m) 11. m. Hiid'l2Ui . inqk
HONANJ5A, dOWll MoliUtty,.WKllliiHlllSylll
Friday ill U p. m.. JJnruemluyVriuirmiaViiud
Baturduy at 6 p. m. TQs , A
i C 3lTV OVRNMKNT.',,fs,5
The IWurd of Codiicll intwU tlin
day N
Mayor- iiorucu jnuuiiij,
(JUIIIICll. ,, 'C
Jolfu 1 I'hlstct,
Ward Fred. Uenilel, Ax A. Wnds
Becond V urd Dr. U. W. Martin, Thoonis J
(Chenoweth, Hqw Hlocton, ,,,,
Tnlni Ward iiatL I'eaioe, K W. i lUgerald.
'David Itechiuger. . ,
Fourth J. lM'hlster.b. A. Wiilr
illuKford, Johq V. Alexauuer. , , . .,
rnni. udVfii. UrMHtiofH,'JaiieH llall.
lEdward My
Treasurur and UoJlectoriilC. K Vfioo.
irilnrlc lliin v Tavlor. .' '
Marahal Jumcii Itidmoud.
HoberLllrowulug.
mntiiiiiiM
iDeputles. WlIli Dawson.
'WharfiuiiMter ltoburl.Klcklin.
'Woodund Coal
(City J.T.Htrodo.
Keeper of Alms llousi' Mrs. H. Mills,
rpiMK tajh.i:. ' M
-A! i 1
Kentucky Central R, R.
ITIme table lu t fleet Ocfnher, 1 1, 1883.
HTATIQMS
live.Maysvllle.
" Huin'ltt
" Clark's..
" MntM'll..
" Helena.
" John'n.
" Kll7.'ll
' Kwlng...
" Cowan.
" P.Vul'y.
" Meyers.
" CaillMu.
" Millers-
" Mll'hu'g
'lJu'o'ii
Arr. Paris-...
Arr. Lex'tou
Arr.Cov'ton
1
I I .1
Kx. A0.
'A.M. 1'. M
0 (HI 12 10
i m i lli
u : 1 zi
a 45 1 3
a&i 1-12
fl S3 1 -IS
7 Vr I M
.TitP I'M
7I16 ' a o
7 -i -i la
a os
"foil "i"i'6
i.:-...-
8 15 3 (
12 05 7 m
iiso 0 au
A.M. V. "M
I 2 1 I
xrATffias.
A.M l1, M
l(ve Lex'txn 7 an a lu
Lve.CoV'ioil 8 m 3(io
Lvo.l'iiils.'.. 8 15 3 05
" PJu'o'n
" Mll'bV 1110
" Carlisle 7Wi
' MeyerH 7 10 0 SO
" P.Viit'i ,7,a; U 12.
".rfirVAiff 7iiri(l52.
"'.Kl)i 17117 '0 58
" , KlU'ljO. 77-11 7W
" Johfiiir. '7 47 7 08
" llolonn. 7H 7 11
" Mant'll. 8 05 7ao
" Clarkd 'H lu 7 30
' Huin'ltt 8 17 7 3U
Am Maysvllle ..:...- 8 30
A.M. I', M
Cornicci at I.oxlnuton with t)m ('. &0. It.
It. (or AhIiImimJ, Huntington and all points
In the Kail ami Houtlicaxl with the O. N. U.
&.T.P. Ht K. ("' Chutianoea iMutthorioiitli,
with, tho L. & N. It. H, for Fiuultlort and
Louisville ' Lllfy irj
W. U.HAUL fAKOlif, ,
MuyHvlile, Ky.
C. L.IIUOWN, - v .
U. '. und T. A. , H
i 11 1
Covlnglon, Floiiilngiirtfj
('nn Itallroiid,
.
. Connnellnw with TriUiis on K. (' ft. U.
Louvi)Fi.itMimiaiiutQivJlohnbouhtttloni
'
S:t u. in, Cluctnlmtl ExpresH.
U'Wn. in. MuyNVllleAccoini ipdntlph
3:afi p. in. Luxlncton. ijU
7:0' p.m. Moivilli KxpreH,
LeaveJoiijJHoNHrATHlorKlvnilinNtiurtOt
the urrlvul of Tralus oullhu Kf C. It?U.:
(1:23 a. m, 4:00 p. m.
D:IH a, m. 7:a7 n. ni
u
T J. Mel'AltTlll'.T.Lleeilwd Aucllo neer
I . for Mnmili nlid IllllollllllU rnUllUbrl. Or
ilern left nt tho linhr.KTW onlco will rocrlvo
prompt attention. P. O. addiess ML Curmol'
O'DOMELL WILL IIMG? US .LSSi . ..., '11010011
! ffl
FOUND GUILTV SENTENCED
How Ife lteccltcrt tho
SlnlPJtlriK'niid'CutllnB'ln tho Court 1
. . , Dlsuntln I'or. if A
forninncc.
I-
London, Dec. 3l O'Donnoll wns
iiitlty ot murclur about 9 o'clock.
Tim Jiiiltrn'a to the InrV MAS ill BOV-
craluresjiocifl tilmosl cqtntJ t u JlenthJhcnT1 ifti
tenco ngalfist',0,Donnell, and tlio prlxoncr's
counsel seemed to givo np nopo wncn inoy
hcnnl It. Ono 6f tho strouwist points in
tho charge was that, if" tho two men iunt4
relwl nnd ono killed the other, tho
to kill might hnvo been formed
nftcr tho lli'st excitement of thd strngglo
a
hail 8ubsidcd,.ani uoulil bo coiuldci'otl'pro
' mdtUfcltlort. ' THIS W mideretooif (o favor
tho theory of the piusocutiou that, though a
Cnroy mny hav lieon goaded into fin assault
upon 0'Ponncutho latter nctod'in
only in n nominal bcno. Tho
rofusnl of. tliiulefenso .toi callmpon
alleged wife, his "woman," ad tho
proso'ciUloh'tcnncd her; to testify was evidently
considered by tlaj Court. n Justifying
'tVoinfrciicV tlmtTho Hivd'beeu
obliffed to testify ngainst O'Doimell. A
subsf(Uicnt instruction to tho Jury, when
they returned to ask n question, was more
fatal to tho prisoner), jho juryasjced,if it
wah murder for' a man -to' siiootJ1 Another
whom hivholievwl wwjiliout Uluot biinJf
Tl.VlTudgo repireirthat il liligTit or mighP
not lie, but in this cnyo no evidence htuli
been1 jiroduced to sho Uiat Qaiby irTP
tended to shoot. ticuniAl, Prior coiiHlilors
that up to this timo his client hud somu
chance for nc(inltta!,'lmt "tliht? -this sottlod
tho jury against hliu, Jn a few Minutes
tho jury cum3 In again with their verdict
ot u'Monneii heeiueii'to'iw in ngony ,
and uttered ji .cry of despair. Ho-
gaiuing partial control of himself
ho stood up with a defiant air
to receive his Mmuco. Aftqr jLJind been
pronounced ho I
, i'Judgo, tBV,hoiethlug that
.wlllibrove? riAVn'tlW fourt 'of thf Irish
lieople." Judge De.nmnu pretended not to
hear tho roquwt'nml nsked.tho clerk what
O'Donnell wanted. Tho clerk wild ho
wanted to speuk, Th(! Judgo merely said,
"Oh," and tho
and hustled liiui nnuy. Ho struggled,
fought; and yelled, all Ahe w.viiut.of,.fourt
anaifowrt ffloHfalrs rfiWflii"ino
cheers for Ireland," good bvo to tho United
Stutos," "to hell with tho Brlti3lYVrown,"ete.
He was conflncd n Newgate. An oxclted
crowd around tho Court room wns
porsi'd by il false "arlnounclnfienV'tha tho
prUouer had lweu acquitted.
1 ' i -QUEER CASE;?.'
A llnd Tnnglo Aniline Tcnple ot l'lety.
Clkveland, O., Dec. I. V.
IX'ko wus formerly a proirififentfclt&.jfn of
ClavtlimiLjtII wus 4 uutrried nlu'li, tho
father ot two children. Ills wife, an estimable
lady, vMhl a ' jnehibl'V . ofTtle Pirst
n'eiyt'crinn, tn Mtdtfe,"Cliurcli, 6ne of
tho leudlng churches of this- city. Locke
was a regular iittenilnut at, church.
tiOubleS cAus6d a
Locke went to WTusliinntou iuid, tkency to
Boston. His youngest child died, but ho
refused to return homo to tho funeral, nnd
later,wrote to his Ifpjirng hprjtt proenro
'iUlvoiw,!"iidliir4l0fighor,ayIilonco'tliat
ho was guilty of nilultery. A divorce was
grunted ,nd to wed
a wealthy w,idov, .Mis. Kliza.beth Stone, a
relative of the Into Aniasa btouo, the
millionaire suicide. As Mrs. Btouo has
been for many 'years' A Vibmborcjr tho
Orjist Pri,rfiytv,ri(,;t'hur,ch iji good ,
tntieh 'sfiindhr. " 'I lie paltor,
Hoy. Arthur Sljtchell made every
t
to show 3Ir?(. faiono the wicked
folly of her engagement, but tho marriage
was secretly consummated, wMrs. J.qoko
number one HvcsMonLdgaif streof,aiullier
friends are iuqulriug vthy Mi's. Locke
number two ,is still retained lu church.
nfchilicrship.rlt isJlikely, lioweVur; that
wifo number two" will bo cited to appear,
ucioro no cnurcn courts nnu tuni tno cusq
will be vigorously prosecutod.
, " ' -
Shot In tho Jfoutli,
LiivvExwouTn. Kan.. Dcs. 2. J. II.
Hint's .homo onChoyenno btreettnear,
!FUtfi)"vvulrtharconS oftt.WiooIup.Rfliiy,
At t o clock a man ljainou wjwis wen 10
the .house, and taking up an infant, child
began to play with it, whereat
Hunt objected, saying .Jxswls, .was
taking too much liberty. ("Mrs,
Hunt, flm the chilli i out
of )vPfs"han&rWkflunt pulled
volvor nndWiot LowW in tho mouth about
tlwx timoJtholiildtlott,hU,arws The.bnll,
which "wasofrom struck the
tonfeuo? andVk!g1rfg,"d6wnward,loagcd in
tho thrOatymnklng an ugly wound. Hunt
"wcut to polibe headquarters and gave him
self up. Lewis will probably die. ,
U t' imTtoynlty Nltibs.
rniLArjELrntA, 1n f. ..., Dec. 9 , Tlip first
f..ni"ii flWmi'irino.cvor construct Mrinrtw
cltV.' 'theo'lct '1'hiladelfmla,'"1 hrfs Been
shipped to Boston by tho Insurance Fntrol
to be placed in evidence ,by thq city of
Boston in a suit brought by John Jvnipbs,
who claims royalty for tho uso of what Is
' faiaitTTbS; ji piiten(fd onsteam
A.Mfumbor of onginoers'nnd
firemen who aro to bo used as wltnesss ac
Vkfpitutx Win tha Mntoh. ' '.
Pakib, Dec. 1. Tho, Milliard, nuity'b. for
the chainplonhhlp of the world botween Ja
cob Sohaefer and Muurlco Vigihlux was
concluded luhtuiilKhtJvisuaur nnlng by
a BCoxejpOOOa.lRVl'igy' " needed
but (jOOpoluts lo wlu, wliU'h Ii 10 made iy
play Including runs of 110, 80, 78, (W, and
IbyJ reiriUTOr brilliant
rilav?BtuLlflr50 i6ir.(WUiiiJ'ttiwhlch
Blood between hint'nnd -victory. His highest,
runs were KM, 150, 81, 70 nnd 73.
JL .Woman Wnt to C011111111111I n 3'hshiiI
,rj tenfold m Nov,
Orleans, lias applied Y tlin Trnsnrv
nartmont v for aiceni W bo master of 1
vessel. Having passed a oatinfactory ox
uminatlon, tho question to be decided i
wb(:ther or not, under thd law, tl' ftiliuh
tjuu )1 tlio.poHloii bl huibtor.
the iiiatteiiSeoretai'y Folger
case to; Bolicitor Raytior.
. -Mrs. William Ball, of .Clinton, 111.,
(entlV gavo birth to twins, each possessing
six well-developed fingers on en.6h haid.
Thoy havo boon tho. subject of much curiosity
nnd comment, and have been seen by
nunierolls visitors. Thoy mo uppnrcntly
ii. u health; condition.
l'loinmlnc mul
'niOAOO, 111.. Doc. J3, Iate8teK.rovK! n
laWbua were made Bnttfrikiy ux CoflfWEJ
jlijdo, tho former
'Loriug,jrDarg6tljivlth
connei Ton with tho ''Fund W." Last
rfkk ho had written from Detroit to D. A.
Lojing, demanding $10,000 salary.for his
BkiBxohHPapflj! .'JW'l'Prtjst
liwd'ovlngl!firrflglUldutOT
nod MctrorJolibm KichanKes.Th1)ir acB5d
trnrles amounted to loss than 1.500.Wnu
"Miller tostllled that ho was "in tho grain
unci comrnlRslorubuine! -with FrftJik lf
small grdccTy.''Fumt ll'lind run four
months and failed January 1, 1883,
total loss to subscribers. "K" was
commenced about the samo time hfttT
failed about April 1, whoa "W" was
Doforo Iho collapse of "Fund
"W" ho received $2,000 from Lorlug to keep
his mouth shut. Last December Loring
told him "Fund W would fall about May
1, 1883, and it did bo. Their situatlonasrt
scribers woto demanding ii?bliowrngf'or
their 11101107. Tho trial was.rosumouthU.
morning.
DEECHER'S REPLY.?, jft
ChnrncterLltic AiuTTertothjb llrcK Cliil):
a :JMfcrfin?tnTt6ii
AwrerwSil1
Jlefrlinan's invitation to nttond the t'ress
.Clul.illnnir nt, DMninnleo's. It has not i
Jf6rb'becntfumHo.U' ' .J X. .
"SIV Dkah 8m: If Ic n nrllt.1 tlllni tn
ask ono toslat a dinner wltiqlj he tyn not'
cat, ut on nour quito or variance witir ms
regular habit, who lmver .uses yIno t'in
public," nndheo eating nnd'drinklnglgohig
on around him, merely to bo put alongside
of somo fnt and silent man who can't tnlk,
or, . worse yet, nlongsido of a
who talai itj such t garrulous
-strain thai you wish ho-was dumb-or-your-.elf
deaf, to hear tho funny things you
wero to havo'safd uttered Mliy other's before
your turu( cpiics, nnd,.worsa .than nil, to
become so" VtUpelled" with h6at, 'tobacco
smoke, nndf general tedium that bno's own
speech turn's out to be stilt and lull. To
be Invited to all this as n compliment to
you is almost as bud as 4to Ikj Jjivited to
take your place on a dissecting' tnblo Jy an
enterprising corps of young doctors.
Nevertheless somebody must suffer, and
jlty nobl,.soj,w,il try to b'niiroecnK J?
Hjjuny "WAllD BKKClIEn.
I. O. O. F.
r t
ulontlily atcetliiR of tlo Old glen's Home
i 1 Jl "H "f v,,5,'.Iji.,on' .f
Cincinnati, Dec.' J.'. Tho Old Men's
Homo Association, of tho I. 0. 0. F., is
holding its annual session in this ciiy and
doing n largo amount of 'The
Association contemplates tho establishment
ihf. al Odd" Felliiy.g'f
where within tho Stnto similar to that of
Philadelphia, w.hero the ogod and Infirm
meniowrs .of the order may hnvo a homo
with all that tho name implies. It is
claimed by the projectors that n small
farm with a numbec o cottages would bo '
ho projier form for tho enterprise to tako',1
and thtt thlslwoulil secure 'comfort, and
,ven boirio,l,nxurieu.ntcompartttlvoly gmalt
cost. To promote tho good work Manager
Miles, of this city, has generously given to
the Association tho not proceeds ot both
tho Grand llobinson's
Opera House for tho ontiro week beginning
December 10.
'HiklnrulAvVric of
ClAuJsii.LE, Mo., Dec. 2.
an entrance into K. II. Norris' grocery
storo and blew open tho snfo and robbed
It of tho contents. 'After- open'lufe the
safe they carried tho drawers to somo so
eluded rijled thouJf seclirp'giboiit
'fliOO; Thero"vero drafts and tlm'o cliocks
in the drawers to the value ot C4,600,
but which were not taken. Tho drawers
with valuable papers,, and tho drafts and
checks, wero found in a hog-pen in the upper
end of i dwn.' After tho
which was was evidently accomplished by
experts",, the burglars visited tho stablo of
Cant"W. Mcintosh and. stole a valuablo
horso and bitggy. Tho buggy was found j
at Louisiana on Sunday, but the horso has
not yot been,,rpTOVjcreii Tho, perpetrator
of these daring thefts 'ma'do 'good, his escape.
. H ' ' '
timuJ buroiiH.ikouraarioHj hbu'l
Lancastkh, Fa., Dec. 1. A mortgago
for JilO.WO.OflJin favpr of tho Farmers'
I.oau nnd Trust Company, by tho Bonkers
and Merchants Telegraph Company was
received at tho Recorder's OfilcejHh'fs pity,
yctordny, This is tho", first county in tho
Ststftip vfhjctl tbeinortgngqlhils boon
and tho object of tho. loan is
w?rcs of the Telegraph Company
iii Now York, Jow Jersey, .Pennsylvania,
Maryland and tho District of Columbia.
An Adtor's
Boston, Doo. 1,Thoi, Boston. riicatre
was naeked vesterdav afternoon nt the
tiinoiillil btnellt to Joseph l'r6ctor, ou the.
of
sbJgoJ TJdwinBobtn purchased-
contributing $100, Lawrence Barrett, Mi-B.
Cuttis, nnd other noted actors, as well
as Hie1 entire fraternity in Boston did their
utmost to make thopjeuilona sucijom. s
, Ofntrtl, Vlre.
Mitw Havkw. Conn.. Doo. 1. A flro
brokojt.'liiXAVAVrtlnrj lai. night in tho
nvery stauio 01 juorns ivouu, Several
wero threatened,! uhiong
then ' tho boujie , of 0 JL Nbion. .Tho
horses in tho livery stablo wero all saved,
but it is reported that ono man purished in
the uuuies. inis can not op Yi"yji "
ever. The stable lfl oiitfi'ply
'Nearly yoooi) for Piir;wel.
WoncKSTER, ,1. llov. Thos.
J. CoKbldJtitoTthe njiell
has cloned his,
account" and cnblell ta Dublin that 1 tho
bteumqr Britannic1, from Now York
would carry a draft for ittyW.)
and eight pence sjr 17,5l7,b0,Aho
ty taaipoynt recclvod hero. ( "
('clock lost evening, Drown and Maxwell'
Hint works nt this place wore hurneil.
The loss will reach $'J0,0(X), fully covered by
iiisurunco, Tlio mill has not been in operation
for three months. Tho uuusu of tho
lire is unknown.
SAD INSANITY OF A CHICAGO LADY.
k, owBt -
&7s. iNlKerrJledonri Insane lleunr.sn of
jMwr.VEMswiSfi": ...'
JLAOr IIUIUUUU'I Crlino Heart-
J,1tJ'nS Sceno In Court The
Iiiinno Dude.
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CniCAOO, 111., Dec. 1. Tho saddest case
presepted intho Insano Court was that of
Irs Leonora "Nixon. It took'tho com-
ball-
Ills to get her into tho room
nt flrstj jHcx,, lirtsbftnd, William
waV lately arrested for
fraudulent patent medi
cine, and noiylies in tho county jail
theTaTciafli ofjtho OrniidJury. Hi
flrrcKt.ijo pfpyod;6u his-wife's mind that it
has drlvon her crazy. Hho had nn idea
that, to atone for her husband's crime, she
would havo to sacrifice their little girl,
Ethel Nixon tost i fled that he knew nothing
of her insanity until Friday morning.
When sho was takonout of court and had to
separate from her husbund, a ending
scene ensued. Mrs. Nixon screamed for
herJJUlOjgirl umLhuiLto, be taken away by
V'itliairjlBmith, In.tha,,hotlrtsturant
nnd livery business, at41 East Kinile
strootfpreschtod 'the strangest and most
ludicrous appearanco of any or tho crazy
rjeoplo,. Ho has become known ns tho
As ho sat in court ho daintily
tapped tho floor with his foot and a light
'cane. iiis dress was a brilliant peacock
and vest of tho latest
cur, uarK KincKeroocKers wiin iigns
bluo bow attached, black yarn stockings,
nw pointed shoes with silver buckles. Mr.
liiuitli seemed to rather enjoy the situation,
and tittered audibly at somo of the
Ho thinks ho is next to God, nnd
his Iiishillty has bCen of soven weeks'
It was, qnuscil by lieiug struck in
the head by d stone tome years ugo, an abscess
subsequently forming on the brain.
Ho was sent to Jefferson.
ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION.
Tho TIoM Crlino of H Canadian Lover.
Ottawa, Ont., Doc. 2. Great
ment is caused in tho village of Odossa by
the attempted abduction of a young
daugbtor,pfKov. T. N. MacDonald, of the
Methodist Church', by a young innn named
Samuel IILL Miss MacDonald wns nt
church, but woh hent by tho chorister to
obtain u book from the adjoining parsonage.
As sho was returning Hill stopped
her, and by threats of violence, caused
her to,ncconipany him.o,short disUnco up
'tile' rbaiipWltera ho had' a buggy waiting
to dilve her olT. Ho left her
a "moiiient 1o get iho horoo
aud sho ran home and gave an alarm. The
service was broken oir and tho young man
was followed and nrrested by the indignant
father mid live parishioner. A previous
intimacy hud sprung up between the
partifDivIieriniiU vtiu taking music lessons
from Miss MacDonald. Her parents had
forbidden him to continue his visits, and ho
had planned the abduction. Hill has been
in trouble before or) charges pi perjury nnu
theft. He wascommittedfortiinl, charged
with perjury in ninTtlng false declarations
to get a mttrrlago license, and also on the
charge of abduction.
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AhfiRISH SV PMPATHIZER.
Why JlcOeo Will Ho Unmoved Prom tho
i Cuniidlan J'rlvy Cimuell.
OTTAyA, Oi't. Dec. U. strong feeling
lias been' aroused hero against J. J. McGee,
Cjerlc of t)io Privy Councjl, one of the most
'cohfldontlnl "positions' in tho gift of tho
Government, owing to his pronounced
vviows in sympathy with Ireland. McOeo
is a brother of tho lato Xion U'Arcy mcuee,
assasinatMl here in lhOS while entering
his boarding house, and for
which a tailor, named Wlialon, was hanged.
As Clerkof the frlvy Couricil McGee is in
.the confldonce ot tho Government, knows
all Cubinet secrets, and should, thcrofore,
in no way bo a partisan of auy political
party, creed or nationality. He has recently
been appointed Deputy Govornor
General, for sigulug wanaiits, in addition
to his other duties. Lord Lansdowno, in
making tho appointment, no doubt had in
view- Jhe .conciliation ot tha strong Irish
cJowcntJm Cuiiadu.. It Jn not improbablo
that McGeo will bo removed from tho
hold Jn. ,tho TOvy Council,
to quiet the feeling of hostility ho has raised
agaiiut hlmsolf. '
Delegation ot ITrcncli Worklngmen.
New York, Doc. 1. Tho stoanier St.
Germaino, from Havre, brought to" this
city fourteen delegates from various tradou
(unions of. Tans,- who havo ooiuo 10 Btuuy
American insfiitutiohs and nbto tho condi
tion of organized labor hore. In tho evening
the visitors attendod u reception given
by the Unltod WorHIngraen's Societies, at
which spooches wero mado in English,
French aud 'Gorman. Next Monday thoy
will go to Boston, to visit tho Litornatlonal
Inhibition, after which they will Inspect
tho principal 'manufacturing centers, returning
to this city about tho 10th lnst.
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vThnt Tefrllil Ocean Ulsastor.
' New YdnK. Deo. 1. Captain SIsson, of
' thd .ship Thomas Dana, which was run
into by tho Fronoh brig llocauy. in nnu
ocoan on the 80th ult., reports that the
Rocabv. which sank immediately after tho
collision, had on board 110 men, of whom '
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wero all i nslicrinen "re'turiiing homo to
Francdi from the Now Foundlund banks.
Mpst ot tjicpi. were nsleqp in their bunks
andvpVobal51y,diod without being awakened.
aiyiterlouV Cn'sn of Either Suicide or
Murder,
'"Harmon; O., D:c. 1. A bloody knlfo
and .tlfe hat and coat of Andrew Stage
litfero found yesterday near a pool of blood
in a cornfield by tho river. Ktago nimsoii
has disappeared." A track of blopd to tho
edge of .tho yratop leads to the supposition
that he either stabnod 'himself, and then
crawled to tho river, or was murdored and
dragged thither. So far, search for his
body has been unavailing.
Clue to a Murder Myntery.
Joliet 111.') 'DoC l.-Tho mystery surrounding
Jhe. death , of John Hanlan, who
was found in tho river threo months ago,
lmyiiig'beeu' killed with a Club, was partly
solved by finding his gold watch
among tlio plunder of a gung of burglars,
which lins been broken up by tho arrest ot
its leading members. John Hungerford,
tho suspected murderer, has u daughter who
was Iluulan's uiitrus.
Working for A wife.
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A North Carolina .In cob Who "Will Tnkn
Ills Love Into Court.
Salem, N. C, Doc. 1. James Buck, nn
old white mall living near Bodkin, owned
a small farm, upon which ho and his only
daughter lived. Sho wns aged twenty-two
ami lhiiii. Buck saw tho chance of
making a profitable crop of tobacco
if he could get someone to assist
him nud his daughter in tho
field, but was so poor that his poverty
provented his securing labor. Riehard
Turuey, a youiig man, moved in tho neighborhood
about fourteen months ago. Ho'
became enamored Of Buck's daughter, and
the father determined to turn tho affection
to account.
So ho agreed if tho young man could assist
hi 11 on tho farm for ono year ho would
give him n shotgun nud his
(laughter, Tiirnoy agreeing. Tho term
of servico oxplred to-day, and Tumoy nsked
fullllmcntof thecontrnct. Buck gave him
the shot gun, and then, calling the
daughter in, asked her to agree to become
Turnoy's wifo. Sho refused to do so, urging
that she had already givtit her heart to
another, to whom sho was to be married tonight.
Tumoy went on In a terrible rago,
nnd threatens to suo tho old innii for t5,000
for breach of contract and got an Injunction
restraining tho girl from marrying his
rival.
NEW RULES.
Tho Srnnlp Conimitten Mukes a l'tivr
Cluiuges nud Varlntlinm.
Wasiiinoton, Dec. 1. Tho Senate Committee
on Rules finally adopted tho new
rules recently agreed upon by tho
No material changes wero made,
excepting such as simplify in matters of
form nnd phraseology. A codo bf Joint
rules was agreed upon to bo submitted to
tho Senate, and, If adopted by that body,
to be submitted to the Hnuo for its approval.
Among the moro important of
these proH)sed joint rules is one Intended
to prevent general legislation on
appropriation bills. Another defines tho
duties nnd limits the powers of conference
committees. It provides thnt they shall
not lw permitted to amend the text of any
bill, only upon tiv or thing njMin
which there is n il 1 cement between thn
two Houses. Anol nor joint rulo adopted
by the committee provides that, during tho
Inst days of n session, in each houwe, business
from the other house Minll have precedence.
They nlso propose n joint rule
prohibiting tho sale of liquor of any kind
in the Capitol building or on tho Cnpitol
grounds.
5IoroTrrlhlp IlUnslers nnd SunvrliiB on
tho J.nUc.
TonoNTO, Can., Dec. 1. On Friday last
the tug Gladiator left Pcnotnngulshen with
four barges in tow, the Hnmlltou J. Mills,
Walter A. Sherman, S. Hungerford, and
Sweepstakes. The tug's engine became
disabled in tho storm and tho tug wns
forced to abandon tho barges on Georgian
Bay, Luke Huron. The Hungerford and
Sweepstake's havo not liecn heard of since
nd are doubtless lost with all on board,
iho Mills sprang 11 leak and became water
ogged. Hor crew of seven perbons, in-lulling
Kate Rennet, the cook, were al-most
dend from exposure and hunger
rescued by the life saving crew nt
sturgeon Point.
The month's Work In the OU Meld.
Oil City, Pa., Dec. 1. It is customary
tfl read In tho Oil Exchange on tho last day
of the month a summary of tho operations in
tho oil Held, furnished by the Dally
This report was not ready at tho
usual timo yesterday, and tho greatest uneasiness
prevailed among tho brokers.
There wns dolavin getting the figures fiom
senile of tho districts and tho report wns
not read at nil. An approximation shows:
New rigs, 16:1; wells drilling, 218, a total
decreaso of eighty-seven wolls. Wells
completed, 330, an increase of eight. Tho
now production is about 44,000 barrels,
Knos Honorably Discharged.
New Yonk, Dee. L Thomas W. Enos,
who was arrested last week by Inspector
Byrnes on suspicion of being Implicated
with "Win. B. Carroll, tho dishonest coujion
clerk of the Comptroller's office, was examined
Friday afternoon before Recorder
ijmythe in tho Court of General Sessions.
After a number of witnesses had testified,
Recorder Smytho said there was not
jutllciont evldenco to Implicate tho ao-i
cused with the frauds, and he honorably
discharged him.
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Herr LnsUnr In Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Dec. 1. Herr- Lasker, tho
great German Liberal, arrived here Friday
morning nnd was met at me uepqi uy a ram-
mitteo of prominent citizens and escorted
to the St. Nicholas Hotel. In tho af
he was given a drive through the
city. Herr Lasker has concluded tq remain
over here until Monday morning.
Saturday night ho will .address the Gorman
citizens at Turner Hall. Sunday
night ho will bo tendered a banquot.
Bunkers and Merchants Telegraph Com.
jinny.
Frrranuno, Deo. 1. J. H. Miller, of this
clty and John II. Borland, of
Fa., have secured tho contract for
the construction of the line of tho Bankers
and Merchants Telegraph Company
this city, Columbus, Cincinnati,
Dayton, Indianapolis, Springfield, and St.
Jouis, nnd will start work at once.materlal
bolng on hand.
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Itloody AfTroy.
TUCSON, Ariz., Dec. 3. A Homosillo
special says: At Spicer's Mills, threo Cornish
miners, led by a Cornish man'iiamed
Crocker, made an assault on Hauloti an
engineer, and stabbed him six times. Han-Ion
got a shot-gun und killed Crocker hi'
stantly. The other Cornlshmon were
and, put in jail at Ures. Hanlon
will dio.
Hrownlnc Accident nt Memphis.
Mempiiib, Tenn., Dec. 1. A skiff containing
nine railroad hahds, while crossing
the river In a tog, was capsized and all
were drawn under a coal barge. Seteral
colored skiffmen succeeded In rescuing
eight. Fred West wbb still Warm when
taken from the river, but died shortly afterwards.
Harry1 MyejV drowned body was
recovered.
After th Tiitlii Iloliliers.
Naoalib, Arlzbna, Dec. 2. Word has
been sent to Magdalene and Seusabo
Sonora, to send out bquads cif (he Customs
Guards in the hope of iiiterceptlng' the
train robbers who ditched the' Southern
Paclllo train near Deinlng. A squad of
tho guards stationed here Is ulso out.
. Itiot Over Frco Clothing.
FtTTsnuno, Fa., Dec. 1. A clothing con
corn, whoso place of business is on one of
tho principal streets of this city, havo advertised
extensively for some timo past
that from 7 toil o'clock Friday evening, 6,000
pieces of clothing would bo thrown from
the.root of their establishment to tho excited
multitude below. As tho hour approached
people began to arri vo and tako up
pssltlons near by to bo in readiness
for tho ovent. Tho assemblage
grow rapidly, extending for a squaro in
each Sniithfleld street, and
Diamond Alloy. Tho crowd became
denser and moro excited until shortly after
seven o'clock, when the shower of clothing
began, when it becamo a howling mob,
shouting, fighting and completely obstructing
all business on that part ot tho street.
Tho police were obliged to stop tho proceedings.
Fortunately no ono wns seriously
injured.
COURT ROOM RIOT.
Thfl Attorney General nnd District At-
tnruey Whittle Kadi Other.
PnKSCOTT, Arizona, Dec. 3. Yesterday
during tho trial In which C. W. Beach and
P. McAlter were principals, the lie jiassed
between tho counsel, Attorney General
Church nnd District Attorney Charles
Rush, when Rush struck Church nnd a
general tight ensued. Beach was stabbed
in tho neck by McAlter, who wns then shot
hi the side by Bench. In flourishing his
MuAlter struck an old citizen
uamod James Moore, cutting a terrible
gash in his nrm anil soverlng an artery.
The physicians say that McAlter and Moore
are mortnlly wounded. It is thought that
Beach will recover. Beach was until recently
tho editor nnd proprietor of tho
Arizona Miner. At tho timo of tho fight
110 bailiffs were in the court room, and the
few present could not quell tho row.
Th Itnhrnglln.
Paiiis, Doc. 2. The Tonquin Credit
Commission made its long expected report
to the Chainbor of Dopiitfos. It favors tho
grant of 0,000,000 francs on tho plea that
tho honor and prestige of .France must be
maintained in Annam whether war with
China ensues or not, but the Commission
apparently regard war ns inevitable. As
soon as tho rejwrt was rend a score of the
radical members sprang to their feet and
demanded tho explanation which M. Ferry
had promlsod of the Government's jiollcy
'11 Tonquin. Tho Government evaded an
iiiuutsliato discussion of their embarrassing
Ibvdtiou by moving an adjournment of
debate until Friday, when thoy promlso to
go over tho whole matter.
Ilrother Jnnper In Trouble.
Richmond, Vn., Dec, 2. Rev. John
tho colored preacher who gained
notoriety as author of the theory that
"tho sun do move," Is in trouble. Somo
ministers and others of his race have been
jealous of his fame. This feeling has finally
culminated in a rupture in his congregation.
At a council of ministers and
others from vnrious Baptist churches in
this vicinity, it was deoldod to withdraw
the hand of fellowship from Jnsper, tho
reason being that Jasper and his church
had refuseil to recognize other colored Baptist
churches. This action causes much excitement
In colored circles. Jasper will
preach his sun sormon Sunday, and allude
to tho step taken by the couilcll.
Kerreniit Priest Hun Out of Town.
Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 2. Tho recreant
ex-priest, Anton FufalskI, charged with
attempted blackmail, and the woman who
has been his partner In crime, fled from
this city Saturday night. Tho original
full from graco of Father Pufalski and his
alliance with tho woman caused a great
sensation. Pufalski wns arrested for attempting
to blnckmnil a clergyman. Pending
the trial Pufalski ami the woman addressed
a confession to Fathor Gulskl,
their victim, asking forgiveness and prom
ising to loavo tho city if released. The
matter was presented to the Court and
sentenco was suspended.
Hhnrmnn'fl
St. Louis, Dec. 2. Buckland, the crank
who wanted to marry General Sherman's
daughter, is still confined in tho calaboose
at the Four Courts. Dr. Dorsett, of tho
Health Department, examined him and pronounced
him Insane. It is probable tho authorities
will return Buckland to his homo,
Mattoon, Illinois, where he will be cared
for by frlciuls. Ho talks incessantly and
has been making it lively for the Inmates
of tho calaboose. ,Tho health ofilclals have
jurisdiction of the case, and tho police aro
awaiting final instructions.
Mr. Cnrllulo Elected Speaker.
Washington, Dec. 2. In tho Democratic
caucus Saturday night Mr, Morrison, of
Illinois, nominated Mr. Carllslo, Govornor
Curtln, of Pennsylvania, noinlnatod Mr.
Rauilnll, and Mr. Dorsholmer, of New
York, then nominated Mr. Cox. The voto
wus taken, which resulted In the nomination
ot Mr. Carlisle on tho first ballot by a
vote ot 104. Miv Randall recolved fifty-two
votes and Mr, Cox roceived thirty-two
vnt
A Paulo nt Khartoum.
Pauis, Dec. 1. The Temps bos dispatches
announcing thut a panic prevails at Khartoum,
owing to tho imminenco of an attack
by EI Mahdl's troops. Tho Temps
nlso states that, pwing to England's rejecting
Turkey's proposal to send Turkish
troops to tho Soudan, Turkey has appealed
to the Powers for tho desired permission.
HrlHtc Fire In Pittsburg.
FiTTHDuno, Dec. 1. A flro broko put
about 8 o'clock last evening in the extensive
clothing store of J. M. Gusky & Co.,
on Maikct street, from somo cause unknown,
and wus with dlfllculty extinguished.
Tho damage' to building And
stock by fire and water is estimated at
from $10,000 to 15,000.
I.lllliin Spencer Hotter,
Cleveland, O,, Dec. 2.Miss Lillian
Spencer, tho actrost, who has been confined
lu tho Huron Street Hospital with a severe
attack of typhoid fover, has been
out of dangor and will soon bo
able to iuuvo tho hospital. She was taken
ill ono day nt Springflold, III., and was immediately
removed to this city.
Terrible Dentil of n Servant Girl.
Dawson, Pa. Dec. l.-Mary Ambroso,
a domestic in the house of Wm. McGlll,
upset a kerosene lamp Friday rooming, and
it exploded, setting flro to her clothes.
The flesh of tho unfortunate girl was literally
roasted from head tp foot. She
lingered in great agony until evening,
when sho dlwL

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