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MAVflfljff,. 1883, , PRICE ONE CENT.
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Common wealth's Attorney T. AOurrnu
Ulerk U.'Uri'tttry. u '' w
BhortU I'urryi.ItiUiirwn. . ,:n vi
,i nip.remup. ,,.
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Deputies: i CUM JeftersOif.
I .L IV. lA luxunllr.. ' v
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Tuesday utter second .lloiidfiylii January,
April, oeiiiifc'rlii cneh AMr?' " '
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Coumy L, WJilWiHcrw i-Clerk
W, V. Uit lv ,.,., ,t . .,.,...
Hecond' Mondavi? cuclfinnfalh. "
Tuesday nrror ncoiiw, Aldrittay ill 'Mnrch,
Jiint,dt4iliiiiwr and l)ocinrer Itr eiieh
Maysvllle, No. 'Vlcrrty'tfiifTJ1. L.
Grant, tliiil niul third Ttiaulliy ;lil'4Mr)li,
Mnysville,' No. 2.-.M. F. .Mm and James
i;iiaiiinenaiii jimi .-v
dliV, H;lll tlldllTIi;
Doiiyus, U i st mm tulril Wednesday, same
IIIOIUIIK. ,r .
Minerva; or and J. M.
tfllid, !'( Tju IJ, (iu;jiu
Uormuiilown, 'Woodward aikl
Ja.. L H. MauiiuiiJlrsi.' uuil tliliti (utuiluys,
Knlllti'lllOhtllS, . . '
Hanlls, NO. 6-J. fll. iMllund'J. II. Uflgsuy
second ami fourth Halunlay. sumo months.
MuyslicK, No. 7-li. W. "WJllliii,i and J.JJ.
Kuyiiioiii(;suyond Jind JOmjtlJ w?vf' WC11
l.ewuhurK, Nu M.aAIoXatldcr u id
'sane L. .Mcllvullio
Farrow flisl Maiimlay and last .idjiJjiyfiiifiiit
Thomas iMWiiInu Touith 'llrd
T CUliesUUy, SUU1P lltllLIIH. HjlV
Murpiiysville, No. ii Liuwi Jiinot rtuu
John ti. Wells whnditu nd.'.tniid
TliurKiliiv. Huiiin niimtlia. ' J
Kern Luiil. No. !;-.-(, K. Mtlrffln uiiiT 'J. li.
HllltJU, second and foUHU H.Uiudays, siujh
months.- '- s rr'i jt ,
Kf.. i r iv. ....i.... v
Miysvlllo kii ij. Aumrii m
iivrtville. No. J W . Ij. iMoraii.
Dover, ii. luMlllan.
Mlncrvu.iSo. 1 IMcliaid riowanl'
Uennnutdwli, No. Woodwa
nanus, imo o rrannjiiiunu. .a
OranucUnn:. No. I)- l'iioniuM
NVuxllliiljtoii, No'laUcogu. C,UpgKln
Murnlivuvlllo. No.Jl Wr ti. I'rnthei.'W
Keru l.vaf No. V. Wootl; f
SoclOiy ilfi'lllIB .TlHHOIllO.
Uotitldoiicu Loilgu, No. 5A lint Monday u.
Alanon liodm.', No.JlW, third Monday ol each
month. - ," ,
AlayHvlilf, oliHpt'cr, Niivp.secoua Alblilay.Di
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each month, , . -. .
.laynvlllo Ooiiimandory, No. 10, tuurll.
Mouduy ol each uumlli, .amhuaij
I'lKah Kiintmimit'iit, Nli, :l,'6c(Jid 'Tula
lourui .Mondriy In mriuli'at 7 o'clock.
UoKitlU l.ntlgit, No. i'i, Tuoiiduy lil(jhtwoii
Wil, at 7 o'clock. - j, .. ,
lliuggoul, No. 7, WVdhuMlay uli(Ut,f uucli
weck.al 7 o'clock.
Itiillits of Honor,
The llrxliiiui i.,..d Tuesday, ol each month.
Lodge room on hIiimU
it. or r.
lilmostono 1xkI(;i, No. :W, Kridny nluht ol
i.o. w.3i. . ,;;.
Weilni'sdiiy uli;hl iiach weok.attliclrlmllon
Miiliillly It. V. ,M. . ,,,.
Hecond and loiirlliHundiiyit In ennh mouth,
at their hull on lilinenloue trecl.
.Ttiilhow T. A. H.
KlrHt Huiulay lu inch month, nt thulr hall on
Hi. Pnti'lcli'N llpiinyolriit Moclciy.
Hecond hutulay.ln cauiruioiith, at their Hall
on LlnuwIoiieHtreet. ,-
(!lKr JIiiUitj' Union.
Klrnt Tnuhday nielli In uaoli iilimth, ,
i.O.,T.T f f
Moifday nl)ht ol each ''";.
K.O. It. It., arrives utU;00 a. in. and H-15 p.
in. Depart at IKKJ a. in, and 12 -111 p. in. V
UotfANss,. down Muiiilay, WtHlncwtuyi&nd
KrldayHHiOp. in. l7p'llieHauy,'riidnbiy iiuu
ata w kit' : z t T
Huturiluy p. in. 'j' v
ine uoaru oi council nieei inn nisi J hunt-
uay uveuuii; id eacn monin. C
Mayor lorace January, -Vt N
Colllicll. t:. a. -
l. I'lilHler. "Qk
First V Uendel,il, A.. WaUa?
worth. ROlleit Frost. .isi
Becond Ward l)i.U..W.MarlliiT Tli.iinuw J
now sioeioii. ,rl ur
David HcchiUBer. '" ' .. k&L y
UiiKfoid.Johu W.AIoXHUdcr. V- '
Fifth Ward Win. 11. AlalhewK, Jainea Hull,
Kdward Myall. .'
Treasurer unu uoneetor K. is. l'earce, a
Cleric Harry Taylor.
Alurshal James Redmond.
DiMiiitliM J "olmri Hiownlng.
Wlltirftlliiuti... ll..l...rl l.'lr.lr ll.i
Wood and Uoal liispecibr Peter Parker.- 'l
Oily Physician Dr. i.T. Hlrode.
Keeper oi Aims iiiiiiho Mrs.H. Mills.
rjniMK TAIU.K. ' h I'; f ; ' jj jM
Kentucky CBHtral R. R.
Time herein In iwnnly uiIiiuIom 'slower than
time herutoloio ui veil.
I I :i
htations Kx. A".
"a-M V M
liVo.Maysvllle. 5 1 1 12 .V)
" Hllliritl tl 0.1 12 Ri
" Clark's. 0 HI 12 fcK
" Alars'll.. U 13 I III
" Holeiiu. II 'J I (Kl
" John'n.. H ,i I ID
" kiir'Uh h :w i as
' Kwlng.. il I Mil
" Cowan ,111' I IS
" I'.Val'y. il -V r.W
" Meyers. 7 01 I 4H
' Carlisle. 7 H' I (W
" Mll'iiu'u 7 6i' 2 I
" pjit'e'ii .:.. i.r..:
Air. PrlM 7 V 2 V)
Arr.Lex'lou II l" I) 6H
Arr.Cov'lon II lu ii 10
A.M. I'. M
STATIONS. Ae. Kx.
A.M i: ti
I.vo Lex'tou 7 UU lt m
l,veCov'tou 7 n 2 40
LiVea'arln. 7& 2 60
" MirbV. ii'ai
" UiirllNui (I-IU
''J tMeyers. tt'Mi '0 88'
JPJVal'y 7 02 z&
i" L'ownu.i 7 li 4 VO
ii KWJnt!.. 7J17 112
I Kllz'lle. 7 21 7 IS
'i Johii'u. 7 27 7 21
" ilulonu. 7 36 7 2(1
', Muis'llJ 7 iS J.30
tUCJarlt'H IN, T,Ul
"'Hnin'itt 8 00 T65
Arr.Majrsville a iu
Connects at l.extnuton with the U. A'O.R.
It. lor Ashland, IIUiitltiKtoiriind all points
In tho Kast anil KontliciiHt with tho C.'N. O.
&.T, P. It. it., for CliHlliuiOKa and thoHouth,
with, the Ii. A N. U. It, lor Fnuiklnrt una
W. CHAD L Kit, A mint,
O. L. IIHOWN,
U. P. and T. A. 1
Covington, , FlomliigHli"urgniid IViund
Conuectlnu with TraliiH on K. U. It. R.
Leave lor JohnKonHlallon:
R.l. III. ...I II rc
u.u ii. in, ufficiiuiiiti r, fireM. ,
U'lHu. m.'Miiysvllle Accommo' iattofi
i'.'Zfi ii. in. Iioxlimton. 1 i
w...n :. .... ... .::; ..'..- i
;u i. in Mav'HvlllH KxnrpHRi m
LoaveJollNKONHTATioN lor Kleinlnimburj'bi.
tho arrival of Trains ou the K.C. It, H.i
e:ii a. m. coo p, m,
:i a in, n. m.
T J. Mi:'A HTII V. . Licensed, Auctioneer
J, for Mason and iiiljolnlm: conulleH, Or.
derslvft hi the Uui.i.ktin olllco will receive
prompt uttentlou. P, O. oddrwm MU Carmep
X:tmonUnnry Story 'I'dbfl.Iiert Jfj .Jia
Wovr'Vork Ker. Tyng
Auandoucct'lno Mlnliiry or
1 tAfia Intkirnnna.
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Nkw Yoiik, Doc. 10.-The VVorld db-
Ilshes a long story fuVportlng to glvo tho
,Jrue.lnwttnlnes. rqurderous attack
S5iOqy.(Joliu O.t JJnclio llat'' Thtirwlny
night. It sayi that tho earrottinir and
robbery wero part bV k deep luld black-moiling
plot, of which Rev. Stephen H.
Tyi'gt jf.( and a prominent society jndy
wore meant to bo victims. Mr.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, and
.hen Fofi m) Lajgi.iir, bf
a Llf6 Insurance Company, while his
wife, went to tho houso of hor
tho Hoy. Dr. Stephen H. Tyng, sr., at
IrvlngtOii, New York, whero sho still
It was glvunout tliat Mr; Tyng
had accepted tho Parisian agency, becailso
ho thought a' business Hfo would bo mom
prpfltalilo.rprjt hBlnco Ibyati frciflontly
l.lntimatl, utaieTt;iP' before publlshrJiItLtlt
u iuuruu irom ino ministry and country
and separated from his wlfo to avoid tlfn
the exposure of a scandal Involving tho
name of wealthy and beautiful widow.
Tho Rov. Mr. Jlacho h'asibeoif for years' tho
closest friend of Rov. Mr. Tyng's, nud it is
now jtAUarthaqiHo fonnerj hadJjieen inado
Aftv VPjinpJ, Mr,. Bacho's; ulllyo iwiw
frbbedfnml these letters aro sald'MljuVo
been stolen, Sinco then, according, to tho
World, ho "has boon pursued' by black
mailers, und, as a trap- to catch tho rascals,
ho promisoU to bring 2,000 last Thursday
evening to a s'trefct' Corner,
whero the letters woro to bo surrendered to
him. The theory tliat, halnuutita.a
victim of ills own trap and was robbed uiid
nearly niurri&red'. ; Mi Rache is still
to hisJ buU,, and will not Iw able to
his pulpit duties for 'several Weoks.
No arrests have yet been made, and tlio police
arovery rotcent. ,
y Vvrne.,1J"'t,,di States iiuil'Turltnyi 1 rJ
issued by:tha Portbiand of 'whlch!! con-tents
aro now nuuq PubUe, relotos..
to COIninerclal. matters und to a
extent concodo tho denmudi made
some months ago by General
the Amerlcan'Minister; Svho Wfiised Ibf renew
a treaty admit Of a
discriminating- thrift, ytiy 'tiio action q4
thoVRortajHextpjlslop'.qfv time 'is grAiJtco.
which will admit of such further discussiou
as will probably load to material alteratior
In tho treaties" originally proposod by tht
Turkish Government. Thu terms of at,
treaties which lmvo already expired' aro
in full forco till January i, 1881.
The concession li regarded as iniportunt.
Rey;i6ldsjiia 'filed a,15,Q0(J, suit
agafiisUSauiuel II, Cobb, an Alderniiiii
anil a wealthy' ooul ruerchan
wUb'haXlhg'nlluyutoa.hls, wife', ,uir'otioai
and UMlucing hor. Mrs. Reynolds' is n,
haml80wewo:riailJnmrried -several' years.
Cobb,who,hs;a f amily, urcs to
"nnd'Vill,conUjst uro'cTioe, iiuynoldi
from his wlfo'. last wedkilegliVg
that Jio.caught bcr,in. tbiHpduyi withKCobb
laWvaUnlghtj -.-". .Jifciu tn
s dn '.': T'rrrt "- J5 fa
Idow, Dob; 10.-Mr, GuyP'ipelPs
sol(cWrha written auoieii letter to.th'o
juiorTin4ho O'Donnoll' case, asking" thcin
communicate direotlnvkji. them. 'The
utates.thafJio Ia"cldiilelKftccessto the
tinrtufc '"'"ipyi iuo.ge(ueinwi i who com-
lipsoawto, jury.' odd '.theSnecessity tjiat he
to; tho JurorB,ihruli tlio'pr(tts thVdniy
nieans of M m. - ,1
- -"T I 1 ' i ' i
j Clb VKtAKDy'Deo. 'lb.A an ; eifrly Jiour
tljls mprniili a llreorlglnated in thoump
room oi lue.'sui iiicnv.tu) unci Mlllt In tha
suburb of. JfeWbunr,? 'Several fencrines ra.
if j. - i tfT ' ' l ' ' ' -V -
ponueu I JUtowUur" to a
scarcity gained rapid
headway entirtt?buildiricr'Wfl onil
' maJ of JlkmeeL TW" tl,tdctIon of .th.
lotab'RHd tlie'losswill iiniou'ntto
lloO.WXt"' "Ope ': liu!idrodana7,tw"enty.nv
ouPof !wofkL s . -
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Unpopularity or Lord lllpon.
London, Dec. 10. The Times
pondont at Calcutta telecranhs that Lord
'l'ii.tlje yicerjjy.of. India, has beeo.i so .
unpopular notg tlio' English ' populatldnji,
ipui no is nooteu ac in tno streets. At tho
amo tltna demonstrations aro'mado in his
hohor by the natives. The correspondent
considers the situation deplorable, and says
that wide-spread disturbance may possibly
uu Kinuieu an any moment,
. V 0 W J J !:'-' w
VUAinanmiet to Herr ,rnnP
WAfliHKbT6r,,D'ec.''l6.'A' banquet was 1
oaiuruay tenucroa by leading-German cltL
eens hero to Dr. Edward Lasker, the Lib-'
eia,l leadorin tho German Parliament. '
Congressmen Duester and Guenther spoko, "
and Mr. Lasker responded at great length.
He spoke of tho civilization and enlightenment
of pie United States as bound to permeate
the darkness of Germany and tend
to Its advancement and progress.
A Family PoUoned.
Oil CiTV.Pn., Doc. 10. Sunday the eight
membera of Mr, Herualtys family, living
near Parker, uta freely of a root dug by
the chIldrnftsuppo?ed ito;beWw,ee myrrh,
but now thguglit.MLb5.wlld paranip.C Half
an hour later, thoy began to feel 111 and
,0110. a little boy, died bo(pro a . physician.
arrleoT.. .Tb,qy fitho family .were rsS
lieyajylcalitAatmentl" T Vifl i
Preparing to Kecelve the Oorinan Swell.
Roue, Doc. 10. Preparations mo in progress
at t,he QuirliiOjl for tlio entertainment
of the Crown Prince'' Frederick William,
and apartments linvo, been luadu ready for
tho occupancy of tlio Prince and party as
long as they remain In. Romo as guests of
King Humbert. a
j The Crown l'rlnee In Home. (
j Behun; Doc 10. It is stated on authority
tjiat tho Crown Prince Frederick
Willi..... ,....... ...Ill ,.... !.... 1.. n . .
j. an, to iu iwjwu on or uoout
Tins International Convention Of the
Seamen's Union is in session Jn' Detroit.
Delegate aro in attendaiivo from ull tie
principal American and Canadiuii porta,
ii'J lfif)rriitjrvni at n
Mit of Oli ripen fiitl4teiJUAt.UiaJtpuU
VVASnBWfON.&Jocf M Tiih fflrtl
tho list Wchafrmfof CM miii6lfrbni
HtntlflltlVJS fntiiniftfna PrlvllArrA nm
EloctloiL,aoa?f3 ittiMtliillini,, AQ&fihil
orelgn Iklfttlons. Miller (Cal.li.Comnierce,
Riddlobe; rABriculture, MUlcr, N. YJ:
Public Ijas,l I
Logan: Pflvato Land Claims. Edmunds:
Naval Affgirs, Cameron (Pa.); Indian
Affairs, BHnes;(4Jud4ciary, Edmuihig Pen-
Hons, MiteWll (PiftHWrtonieerfJaiiy Post
Roads, Hill (Co!.l:lBo6luU(JiiarvJ CLilins.
Anthony; Clafins.' Cameron "(Wis.):
'..ict of coiunMiiaacnititaoui
Labor, Blair; PatcnlsattrCTvlFServ'lco'
and Retrenchment, Hawley; Territories,
Harrison; To Audit and Control Contingent
Expenses of the Senato, Jones (Nov.);
Railroads, Sawyor; On Engrossed Bills,
Wilson; Improvement of ye , Mississippi
River and Tributaries', Van Wyck;
On Revision pJi ,tfie Lavrn, Conger; On
Transportation Routes to tho Seaboard,
Joiiiti'CommlltcpsY 'EpbliiTriiitlng, Anthony
Library, Bhormah; Enrolled Bills,
Hewell; I"ublio; Buildings 'and 0 rounds,
Holect Committees: To Examino the
Several Branches of the.Clfil
; To Investigate tho. Condition of tho,
Potom4op(Ver ?roht,'5f WistiifBtoni
gof; Census, Ilale; Jlplilotiiics, Sowellji
Niearaugian Claims, Hill, (Col.) ; Woman
Suffrage, Laphrim, '. t
SALISBURY AND WORKMEN'
Tho SlariiuU SpouUs Frnnklv to n
of the Louilbn l'ooK" ' I
workmen pf London, who congratulated
his Lordship on. hjs.rccent efforts to ameliorate
tli condition of tho working classes
and, tho thorough maimer in which ho had
oxposed the wrongs . jtp ,which thpy were
subjected by tho grasping o'wnors ofitlio
rookeries in which many of them wore
comjiclled' to 'dwell. His LoriUhlp,
replying, bdl'd that ho did not
wUli.It uiiderstoott iliathis motlvos, as
in recent publications, were eutiroly
philanthropic. Ho had taken up this
because it was a crying ovil, andho
thoiight it his duty to
theMangcrbus rcsills'wrifch iiiiglit
fOHpw the ifleglect of po important a
As. for himself, he now owned but
little property in London. Thoro has bceh
a tiino when tho 'Salisburys were possessed
of lnrgo tracts hvwhat now.constlttited one
of tho most populous . districts, tint thu
inruueness oi uisancesiers had gradually
HJu,cod ,thelr,holding until but a ,'a'majl
jlart rpmainel: "Tills statement caused 'n
geuoral surprise, for it has been jiopuhiily
supposed that Lord Salisbury was the
owner of thoui'atitls of ucres of land in the
city of Loudon. . , . ,. ,
- M, -Ul
' Cmcido, Dec! 10. A? Dowitt C. Peao
of New York, RtepiHd from a Michigan
Central'train Jnthls city, a handsome young
liuly skipped up to hli'n, threw her nrms
rajiturously about his neck, and kissed him
iiijmyalui, Bayingr "'Oh, papa! I'm so
iaiiWuhav,e.S04"ef, Mr, Peaso throw
butu aniwl around.her, and'field her firmly
to his breast. Soon she, looked up into dils
uoe, and horror stood in her eye. "Oh,
ny ! you're not my nana," sho said trying
o ireo rroni his embrace. "Yes, I
am" insisted MivTensd, holding her tightjy;
"you tiro my and I am
golnguokeep you Hght In my arms till 1
get to-a .policeman." When tho otUcer
famovand found Pease's diamond pin in-the
girl's hand, he said: "That's. new ,trlck
hero." "Is it I" said; Pease. ' "Well' itV
several Avek8 old In. New-York.". rr ,
' - AN IRISH MEETING.
t i ' i ?
Denouucine John O'Connor Power for Ac-
cepiiiif; uovoriiuient onico.
DonLiif, Dec. 10. An immonso' mass
meeting was ojd, Supday, ,at' Balllna,
County Mayo, to protest against tho nctloh
of John O'Connor Power hi accepting
plHce, and strong ipeechosywere
ii synip'alhotlc1 crowd or T,000
coining fromho surrounding, country.
Among tho principal speakers were MIchaol
Duvltt and Sir Putrlck O'Drleh,' tho
from, Kings for moro than years,
ikhii oi wuoso auuresscs were strongly
tho action of thfejMember lii'l'arS
lluinent ironi Muyo. A motion was carried
by the meeting requesting tho resignation
of John O'Connor Power nnd Isaac Nelson,
diuinuers ironi mas county.
DIPLOMATIC OPIUM, JOINT.
Chinese i:inuuy Accuned of Covering
WAainNOTO.v, Dec. 10. Tho Sunday
publishes un cditoriul ' insl'nuiitlng
that the houso occupied by the secretaries,
clerk, and servants of tho Chinese Embassy
here is scarcely moro r'espoctablo than an
opjuiufjolutond tuatfoinaU). children. Jm!
ni.wii "iu kcs lonneen'
years frequently cqll ,tl(ero und often remain
within ita doors two hmirs nnd
longer. The article concludos: "It strikes
this Journal that this is a matter our local
moral conservators cannot top spoil .invest!-,
gate, and it Is of tho opinion that tho
Jhlneso Minister will nceordjtiieh an
Murder or Suicide.
Cincinnati, Dec 10. Tho lody of a
young German girl, apparently about
eighteen yearn of age, was found on Monday
morning in tho pamd nfar tho corner
of Court nnd Broadway. The girl had
de!ipy,bccu In.thuivater.bjtJUbljqrtj time.
;as ner neat clothing wasvery little ti&lli'd',
though hor uprou was torn und
otherwise deranged as from a struggle. A
young man living In tho Vicinity claims to
have heard cries for help during, tho night.
So far there are no 'clews as to tlio girl's ,
Dropped Dead at a Wedding,
Bloominoton, III., Dec. 10. John Filckel,
well-to-do farmer near El muIiIoiiI)
,dropied dead while attending the wedding
of hid wife's sister. The cause of his death
was ajMipluxy, Ho wig lorty:year of ago
and leaves a family?
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. m AAKi)lnl Fijll.
BEboiiiKOTON, Hi:, Deo. nO.Vatrku!
O'Brjen, an einployo ,o( tho gas worku, fell
tweiity feet froin tho tep of 11 generator
Saturday night, fracturing his skull, lie
K I IHW HWB I.
T, mmmrj. ui; r m
ennrmiT'lM antm iiMtloiMllcommlasIon
5o5JnTPS.tjEa.to tfroublo nml
r r SjiBKOit rrojior
. e Ot , i j i ; . '
s i .:.
meWhefXWi):yin "taayV early in the
week Introduce; in tho House an important
resolutfbnTCltoirixl O aisi&llate tho legislative
cnacttnont of tlw ITInltml Hinin.
ind. Oermanyfln to
rcguiAUOiw, (Ofa j Ocean Uteamon and
frestelr a . enrryiha: riassoncers. Tho
ifiueiieyudlsftsters on tho high
congressional action to prevent such calamities
In the future. His resolution will
authorize tho appolntmont of threo United
States Commissioners, who aro to investigate
iho.JWestiows. xelating to the safety,
comfort, and health of passengers on incoming
nnd outgowlng vessels to mid from
this country. Such regulations as thoy
may formulate aro to bo forwarded to the
aovornnIo"nt86'fidIVatJ'ritan, and Germany
for their action. Should, theso
not endorso tho regulations
proiioscd by tho Commission, thoy
aro requested to appoint similar Commissioners
to moot with the United States
Commissioner as a joint International
Commsislon. and endeavor in ronnli n mm.
Lm(Jaugr&roelitdui8 8ubjbot. Mr.
tuer thinks both Germany and Groat
Britain would meet tho United States more
than half way in an effort tohannonizo
and Improvo the laws and regulations of
tho throo nntlons.mentlonedi governing tho
carriage1 of- passetigcW o'ri ocean steam
A REFUGE FOR CRIMINALS.-
Govornnr Crittenden ChnnRes.lIU l'ractlce
In ItPcaril to Itequlaltlous.
:2lt'bf,NovVinber, Governor GHck; of
stis,, issued a requisition upon Governor
Crittenden for. the rendition of ono J. N.
Kolb'y, who, nfter his' conviction for tho
crime of selling intoxJcatlng.Huuors in that
State, fled to this State' and forfeited his
bond. SuiPWas" brought against his bondsmen,,
anc thoy nrefltixjous, to secure Foloy's
prcsenc'o as n defenso to tho suit. Governor
Crittenden, in reply, under date of December
first, after acknowledging the receipt
of Governor Olick's letter, jays that ho has
heretofore declined to Issue warrants for
tho uiyprelibjwloh of Jfugiilvcft from 'justice
from other States when, charged with a
crlm'o of less degree than felonies, nnd that
ho hni even gone so. fur as to refuse issuing
requisites for criminals who havo fled from
this to other States .who are, charged with
misdemeanors. Ho adds- "I havo not
pursued this course because 1 thought
tho expression, 'or other erimo,' as used in
section. 57:23 pf. United Suites Statutes
aHargg, did notfully cover or
for that point haa been expressly
passed Uon by Chief Justice Taney in
LM Howard, but becauso I was apnrehenslvo
that the extradition process would bo
abused if such latitude wore allowed. lam
now convinced that it I adhoro to this view
longer, Missouri will becomo the hiding nnd
abiding place of many undesirable persons
who havo . committed misdemeanors In other
States oiul lied to this as a place of refugo
I am unwilling to tender them that kind
of hospitality any longer. We havo
enough bad monin Missouri without tfddlng
to thoso tho fugitive from your prosperous
State. In compliance with your, requisition,'
I havo had our 1 warrant iisiied.for
tho apprehension of the fugitive aud delivery
to your agent."
All After tho Convention.
Wasiiinonon, D. C:, Dec. 10. Mr. Dan
Slfopard.'of Clilpago, Is hero for tho
inducing tho Nutl&i'ml Ttepublicnn
Committee, which will utesenible in Washington
on Wednesday, to. flx upon Chicago
as tho pluco for holding tho Presidential
Convention next year. Delegations aro
exjiocted to-day from Indiana, Pennsylvania,
Now York and Ohio to present the
elajnja of. Indianapolis, Philadelphia, Sara
toga anu uiueinnatt.
Logan Still After Porter.
Washington, Dec. 10. Since tho bill for
tho rollof of Fitz-Jphn Porter was introduced
in the Senato, rumors have been current
that, Genera,l Logan would, not oppose
It as vfgsrously as ho did ' last session.
General Logan, told a reporter .that there is
no truth In this story, He holds tho same
vlowi on Porter's case that ho did, and will
again do his utmost to prevent the passage
of the bill.
. A.Story About .Xllden, Denied.
NEWYonk, Dec l6. The "Tribune denies,
on the authority of bitimate frlonds of
Mr. Tllden, that ho intends to present tho
city with his library and Grammercy Park
residence as stated in the World. It Is
also asserted thai Mr. Tllden has no Intention
of going to .Havana or mnking any
other extended yachting excursion.
Honing Mill Ilurued.
Eme, Pa., Dec 10. Mount Hickory
Rolling Mills were burned Sunday morning.
Tho loss amounts to t200,000; Insured
for $100,000 in London, Now York, Philadelphia,
Brooklyn, Hurtford and Toronto
Companies. At Is believed that tho lire was
Incendiary and a' tramp puddler namod
Frame w aru has been arrested on suspicion.
Another Slugger Loose,
New York, Doc 10 John, alias "Blacksmith"
Hughes, of Long Island City, has
lusuod a chullengo nud put up a forfeit to
fight nny man, barring Sullivan, but preferring
to nicot Pendergnst, the Brooklyn
Washington, Doc 10. Sonator Anthony
will probably not tako his seat until Wed-
nesday. Ho feels piuch Improved after his
trip, but his physlcluns advise him to rest
day..9rtwp;bpfor0( resuming his Senatorial
Death of Klngsley,
Chioaoo, Deo. 10. Patrick Kingsley,
head waiter of tho Brlggs House, who was
thot in tho head last week by Sadie Ray,
died Sunday night in great agony at the
County Hospital. Tho inquest will bi hold
. - , ,
Lively Oil Market
PiTTSBUito, Dec, 10. Saturday's oil market
was an exciting ono, with a firm feeling
and heavy transactions.
ENGLAND'S CATTLE SHOW.
The Queen Walks Away With, the Grand
LoNnoitf Doc. 10. The Smlthfleld cattle
show, the groat exhibition of the year,
opened Monday afternoon. nt Agricultural
Hall, Islington, the leaduig land owners of
tho country and many prominent breeders
being presont. The Prince of
of the show this year, inspected the
cattle in the afternoon. In the meanttmo
judges wore proceeding with their work.
Despite the restrictions in force for prevention
of cattle disease, this yeai show Is
a fairly good ono. There aro 'J14 entries of
cattle, 101 pens of sheep, and
pons of pigs. Theso numbers do not quite
reach thoso of last vcar. but then It will
be remembered that last year's
show was an exceptional one and
about the largest ever held in Smlthfleld.
Tlio animals this year aro, however, token
altORother, of a better class. The Prince
Of Walos has stimulated his feeder, Mr-Beck,
to make every effort to xocure the
grand prize for him during hi year of
olllce, and they are not wanting scores of
others who are straining ovory nerve to
lick royalty. Altogether this year's
has rarely been beaten for Interest.
To-day being five shilling day, attendance
was small, but as usual tho show is sure to
bo crowded with shilling visitors. The
Judges have awarded the grand prize to
the Queen for the best beast entered. The
Prince Of Wales secured a number of prizes.
The Duke of Itlohmoiul Charges it to
London, Dec. 10. Tho Duke of Richmond
made a somewhat significant utterance
at a farmer's dinner. He said that
ho was unalterably opjiosed to the Importation
of live cattle from America, or anywhere
else. In his opinion, this had been
the cause of tho lntrocuctlon of
the foot and mouth disease,
and all the other ills the Imvino flesh is
heir to. He believed that it was tho imperative
duty of Parliament to pass a law
which, should permit thu Importation of
dead meat only. His Grace assured his
hearers that he would move a resolution to
this effect at the next session of Parliament,
and that he would use his liest endeavors
to see that It became a law. He
was vociferously cheered at the conclusion
of his remarks.
A Prisoner! Dash for Liberty.
PiiiLAinariiiA, Dec 10. After the
of Harrison Preston, of Reading,
in the United States Court, in this city, on
the chargo of having forged tho name of a
lady to a jKistal niouoy order, he wns given
in charge of United States Deputy Marshal
Cake, to be taken to Moyameiuing Prison.
Just as the Deputy was alwut to ring for
admission to that Institution Preston broke
loose from his custodian And dnshed up
Tenth street. Cake followed, yelling "Stop
thief 1" which attracted the attention of
special olllcers Slater and Brown, who were
standing at Dickinson street. They Joined
in tlio chase with drawn revolvers. The
olllcers threatened to shoot unless the fugitive
stopiied, and lie complied with their
command. After being recaptured ho
struggled with the olllcers, but was speedily
overpowered and safely lodged in
Suicide of n Poor Immigrant.
Wilkksharrk, Pa., Dec 10. The body
of a woman named Agnes Sago was found
hanging from a rafter in an unused room
in a small houso In Nanticoko, a small mining
town. The unfortunate woman had
evidently committed suicide. She had
made two attempts, tho first being unsuccessful.
The Hrst rope had broken, and It
wns found dangling from another beam.
A weok ago the Sago family lauded at Cas-tie
Garden, they having left Poland in hope
of bettering thoir misernblo condition.
Tho family consisted of husband, wife and
two children. Ou reuehing New York the
Castle Garden authorities forwarded them
to Nnntlcoke, where they arrived,
and friendless, a few days ago. They
found shelter beneath tho roof of some fellow-countrymen
nnd sought employment,
but without success. The wife and mother
found this condition of affairs unendurable.
Delllgernnt Cigar Makers.
CniCAOO, 111., Dec 10. While the
ordered by the Cigar Manufacturers'
Association against their men Is practically
at an end, the breach between tho members
of the International and Progressive
Unions seems to be irreparable after Sunday's
proceedings. Mr. Strasser, of the
was not present at tho meeting
and be was bitterly denounced by tho local
Progressives as a rascal who renounced
Socialism because it didn't pay, and a trab,
tor in the interest of capitalists. A resolution
which was adopted appealed to the
common sense of the International Unionists
to cease thoir unreasonable struggle
against the spirit of modern times as exhibited
Baltimore, Dec. 10. Governor-elect
Robert McLnne decldod to appoint R. T.
Hollyday, of Easton, Talbot County, as
Secretary of State. He succeeds James T
Briscoe, who has held the ofllco under Gov
ernor Hamilton. Hollyday was Secretary
under five different Democratic Governors
preceding Hamilton, and is, therefore,
pretty well acquainted with the duties and
perquisites of the olllce. The Governor,
elect went with his daughter, Miss Jonnio
McLane, to Annapolis and examined the
gubernatorial mansion in which. they are
to sjiend the winter. They found it sadly
in need of repairs. Mr. McLane will be
inaugurated January 1884.
Election of Klk Officers,
New York, Dec 10. Tho Grand Lodges
of tho Benovolent and Protection Order of
Elks held its annual meeting Sunday In the
hull of New York Lodge Number Ono.'
After tho reading nnd adoption of tho reports
from1 the various committees the following
olllcers wore elected for the ensuing
year: Grand E. It., E. A. Perry, of Bos
ton Lodge; Urand E. E. K., W, H, Rath,
bono, of Washington Lodge; Grand E. E.
K., W. E. English, of Indianapolis; Grand
E. E. K., W. B. Wotherell, of St. Louis
Lodgo; Grand Socrctary, A. C. Morcland,
of New York; Grand Treasurer, Joseph F.
Waring, of New York.
Death From n Fight.
Erie, Pa,, Dec 10. Mr. Kelly died Sunday
from wounds received in a recent quarrel.
While in a passion James Mcllanui
attacked him with a brick, crushing hit
skull. Both parties reside lu Union City.
Canned Itjr the Ilrutnl Ingratitude, of aa
PniLADSLPiiiA, Doc. 10. On the body of
Richard Wildey, found
dead In Fnirmount Park a few day,ago,
letters were found which threw light ou
the cause of his suicide. One addressed to
excCIty Treasurer Ouiiim, read: "f. was
not this way I treated you when you were
In trouble. May God be more nierclfal to
you tlmn you were to nu." lluram Is said
to have been helped to office through tho
luflueuco of tho pecuniary assistance
of Wildey who was then prosperous.
Fortune's tido turned, Wildey,
went under, while Bumm grew rich
and, It is said, Wlldey's application
for aid was refused. Bumm refused to .affirm
or deny his obligations. IHs friends
express great surprise at Wlldey's letter.
Another addressed to his wife reads as follows:
"My dear wlfo, I saw Mr. Bumm
and ho refused to assist mo, even though I
told him it was!a matter of life and death.
May God in his mercy help you: you were
a good wife to me. Good bye."
A Holler Illows up and Kills rive Men
Wauhaw, Ind., Dec 10. At Claypool, a
town eight miles south of Warsaw, the
boiler of the large steam saw-mill suddenly
exploded nt 10:150 Monday morning., with a
tremendous report that could be, heard for
miles. Tho roof and sides of. tho mill
were rent and pierced by the fragments
of tho disrupted boiler. Flvo mon at
work iu the mill were killed, one or two
of them being hurled against boams, logs,
and timbers by tho violence of the explosion.
Sovernl others woro more Or loss
wounded. Pieces of the boiler were thrown
through the root and carried a hundred
yards. By somo carelessness of the engineer
tho water in the boiler had been permitted
to got low( and when more water
was injected it rose ovor the red hot lining
and Instantly gonerated steam until-the
pressure was too great for the riveted
sheets to withstand.
Tiews of An Old Resident of Chna On
Nkw York, Dec. 10. Dr. A. R, PUtt,
American Consul nt Cheo Foo, Chliia, Is
spending a. fow days hero. He has Jived
eighteen years in China, and is well acquainted
with the nitunllon there. He
stated to a reporter that he felt the greatest
anxiety for tho snfety of his family lu
Canton since the news arrived of tho mob
destroying tho Christina chapel. "Is tho
situation really so gravel" "Yes. A mob
is liable to massacre tho whole foreign-population
nt any moment, for the feeling is
very bitter. The Government does all it
can to preserve order, but, In such an event,
could not protect the foreigners. The
Chinese are terribly fanatical, If war is
declared with France, Americans and Europeans
living In Canton will bo in a fearful
An Exploring Expedition Reports, a Com.
Jacksonville, Fin., Dec 10. Charles F-Hopkins,
Chief Englneor of tho exploring
expedition into the Everglades, reports that
the exiKhlltlon has been successful. The
party leaves by steamer for Cedar Keys, on
tho thirteenth. For the first time in the
history of that country this vast, mysterious
swntnp has beoa traversed f rOm end to
end. The expedition has, in fact, accomplished
what the Government failed to do
witn soldiers during the Indian war, and
civil engineers pronouueed Impossible.
The Vntlran, France nnd Germany.
Rome, Dec. 10. L'Ossorvatore Romano,
speaking of the proposed visit of the Crown
Prlnco Frederick William to Rome, says
that he will bo received at the Vatican with
the consideration and courtesy duo to a distinguished
visitor from a friendly country,
without regard to any Interpretation which
may be put upon tho incident by France.
The article, which bus a semi-official appearance,
ends by saying that if the Papal
Government has nothiug to hopo for, It has
certainly nothing to fear from tho French
A Heavy Loss I)jr Fire.
Rockport, Mass., Dec 10. Tho Annis-quoin
Mill, the business back bono of this
town, was burned Sunday morning. Loss
1400,000; Insuranco, $1100,000. Tho mill was
of stone and was built In 1847, and enlarged
In 1604. It was 450 feet long and
contained about 18,000 spindles. The Are
originated In the englno room, whore repairs
were being made. The mill was
owned by Boston parties and manufactured
A Fatal Fire.
B ALTii(onE,Dec 10. A flro Monday morning
destroyed dwellings Nos. 140, 14:1 and 144
noundnry avenue Loss $10,000. Tho inmates,
most of whom were asleep, were
rescued with difficulty, Miss Carrie Mar-tin
Jumped from tho second story to escape
Mug burned to death. She foil on the
marble steps, breaking her spine. She is
Dublin, Dec. 10, John Fahcrty and
nine others pleaded guilty at SUgo of con-piracy
to murder Martin l.oydcn, who was
afterwards murdered by eight other 'parties.
Counsel for tho prisoners urged in
extenuation of their crime that they had
been tempted by the leaders of secret organizations
iuSllgo, who had fled, leaving their
duios to suffer for their mlsdoods.
ilrutnl Prize Fight.
Wilkkhharre, Deo. 10. A brutal prize
fight occurred Saturday afternoon at Par-
sonsborough between Thomas McGarrln
nnd Mlko Cox. two vounar minora. TVm
rounds were fought. In tho first five Cox
seemed to havo the worst of it, but rallied
and jxHinded McGarrln so badly that In the
tenth round ho failed to respond.
Meeting of Freight Agents.
Ciiicaoo, Dec 10. The General Freight
Agents of the Chicago roads to the East
held a meeting Monday morning to take
final actlou regarding tho proposition to
establish a uniform division of rates on
business coming to eastern lines over tho
Louisville, New Albany and Chioago road-Mistaken
East Saginaw, Mich., Deo. 10.Willlam
Ramsey, head bookkeeper for Wells, Stone
& Co., Saginaw City, shot bk brother last
Bight, mistaking him for a burglar, UU
brother died in thirty minutes.