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Tuesday ullr poiiiiil.MinlHlil January,
April. JUly mill OtmAirWdduti Y6f;
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Luuiity L. WlHtiik'ei'i"
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Hecond M imlity - iMOll month.
Tuesday atilir' se.Mii!StCi!W In March,
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ysvllle, No. 1. W'eloy VcKU'.uud J. 1,.
uran t',' MmjVAhI Hilar Vu&diiy'i to .Marsh.
June, .SepMihlWruud Deceirtner ' ', .
Alnysynlf, iiu( . 'i.r. .'luiail unit ,1111110s
iiiamueriani ursi naiurnay uuu lOUlill lues
day, salnu months.' " ,'
Dover, No, ;i JaiiioHKutnHiiUM'Tmfl A, K,
iii'Hi uiiii mint w,ic
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Minerva, No. 4 -U. N Weavoc.uhd J. M.
liyur tli At uuil third' ,aine
Uarinaiitown.Ni). 1 H M, Woiil.Wird, mid
Jat. 111. uliu tlilhlH.itU.diiyM,
Willie IlUlllll.n. ,, r .,T
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wecoml iiixTfoUltli'.H'.Itilnluy. oiltliu H)biiUii
.Muytiiicu, ir,vt, ,wj,wuiiu'ni4.iiU4.ii,
mimlliM ttuyinomi, Ht'coud Hint foUrtU,l;rldasitm
l.ewiitbMK, o. Mt Alttxauder a m
tMao K Mulivaliiti neuiiud uud lu(Utli
tumit; niollih. ,
uruiBuoiirii, No, i-V. UUOfyellaiiii W. II'
Karrovv llrt auluiclio and Ia1 JlyuUay aun
'moutlix. ' ,,'.
WuHlilnatou, No. lo UoUert Huulur lulu
Thuiiu Unvvnliitf foiuili.a'umdny'ahd third
Wfdno.Ml.ty, ntuuu iuuii(iu, , it , r '
Mufiiliysvillu. No, anu
John a. W'oim lourtli Mrtmtay, mid, thitd,
'riiurday,aiiio jiioiiiiWj"' J ' l'1'1' '
Kern l,eal, No. l-. Kj.Mnstln ami J, h.
Uurt;e!M, Hccoud uud louilli .iturdayN,8auu
Maysvlllu, No. 1-0. 1;. Dawson. ,-.
Afayaville, No. 2 W. t.. MOiau.
Mlnurvu.No. 4 t'lchanl toward'
(iiuinaniown, Nu. tvoodward
HatdU, No U Frank lllaiid. fS
Mayslioii, Nut J I'lioniHSViurpliy. ,
i.owiHburii.o. S . JUBlrode. ! j
WaHlilngiun, Nu. lu Ui'Oiyu.i .Ucigglii
iuriiiHvuiu, rm, n T.'Ji. i ruino
tratu Itonl No, U U. W. Woodt
Noulvly .n '! I utrx MiiHonlc.
Coulhloiice LodKo, NO. 6i, flint 'Monday oi
Miinou Lodce.No. 31'J, tlilld Monday of uach
Mnysvlllu, Chapter, No.U,seooud.Moiidrty'ol
eaolunoiiUi, '" -J
Maywvlllu Ooiutnandery, No. It), oiirtl.
Monday oi vacli luontti. , '
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1'lnguli Kucaiiiiiniviit, No, 9, second alio
lour'.n Alonduyu In eucli months at 7 o'clock.
DuKalb i.oilxo, No. U, Tuukduy uglit,eaci,
woolt.ut 7 o'clock,
KliiKUokl. No. 'Zl, WedtiCMluy iilijnt, acli
wook, at 7 o'clock. --
HmIlIiin or Honor.
The first anil i,... J Tumlay of each moutli,
Itodgu room u .Sutton atrciu.
H. ol 1.
Llineitouo Lodgo, No. 38, Friday ulglit.bl
f. . W. M. -
Wednesday uight eaci wcek.attli'elr liallon
Uecoud struul. ,
Aoiliilily It. V. ..
Kccond and lourtli riundays IneacUuioulti,
at tholr hall on Uliueslonu Htrwl.
rmiinr .uinaow r. A. H. "
KlrHt Smidaj In eacli month, at their hall on
Llmuitoiienlieet. . .,
til. l'lilrU'U'H HOvIfiy.
In each moutlf, httilell Hall
ou LlmtMtone street. ' "
Cliritr atitkera Union,
Klrtit Tuesday night In each mouth n
.Monday night ol each week. ' '
K. 0. H. R arrive at ;00 n. m. And 8:15 p.
in. Departs at UUU a.iii.nnd 12 40 p. us
Bonanza, down .Mnmiayi Weduesday and
Fridays at b p. in. Up Tuesday , XUursday anu
Haturday at a p. m.
II'V flnVKKKMKNT. "'l.
The Uoaidol Council moeutlie flrsi ThuriS
day evening lu each month. "V. '. S1.
Mayor lloraco January. vH N,
Council. ' .- ,
Presldsnt fir. John I'. 1'hUler.'
First Ward-Fred. Uendel, A..A. Wads
worth, itoueit Most.
Hecond . aril Dr. U. W, Martin, TlioinasrJ
Chenowctn, J. M, Hlockton. ' .' - &
Tnlrd K. WFlugerald?
Fourth Waid-Dr. J. I.Fhlster,3.'A.
Firth Ward-Win. 1). Mathews, James Hall,
Treasurur and Collector E. E. I'earce.
Work Harry Taylor.
Marshal Jumes Redmond.
i KoUMiUJivwnliig. 'aft
win., IWwaiiti.t .? :
WoodahU Coal Inspector-Peter 1'arker.'
City - "
Keeperol Aims IIuiimk Mrs. H. Mills.
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Kentucky CentraLR. R,
Time lieieln Is twenty mlnutOH slowef than
HTAriONH Hx.l An.
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" .vleytiN. 7 01 Ms
" Carlisle. 7 lu I fip
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Covington, FlnmliigHhurg nud !qhhO
ut lfuiiroiKi. '
Coiinecllnw with Trains on K.O. Tl. It.
fi;l"i a. in. Cincinnati Express.
'A'.'V p, in. Lexington.
7;n? p.m. MayKvllle Kxpress.
LeaveJoiissoN Station for Flemlhgsburgon
thearrlvalorTrainMiui the ICC. It. ft.! .
fl:Sl a. ra. 1:00 p. m,
HA" n m. :37 o. m.
PIANOS and ORGANS,
37,Nccoml Htrl, AfnyNvlllfi) Ky,
L. J?, MUJTy.GlClt, Air.'
.PPJJER W THE WT.
. . pmaWAti' ex-
AWFULfiUF.FEniNG QFASHIP'8CREW , Under tl.e Water.
Tbe to., of tWlw; I Jtol9 Dec; 28-Thore i was .great ex--
L tn,or.k.e. or iXpo.nr. Mfnit Thursday among tie fashionable
t - ..' - try y ' ". r , .retail storea of State street when it be-
' ' it-', ? 'fT. TT "" that 0. A. Commit & Co. had
V i dn, tho fcfll.es. 4 rrtiifAnsed ii.lc?mnnt to A. fl. Oairo A: Co..
' IMElanaiinMll t?npa la fwntitv.twn InnliAd tin. ... .. ..... --. t
-. . . kribLiDtt&i.u iiv i a mrt wo .' - w ri w vbavw taa.B . .- j -- & - ' ' ' r j, - - . a i lis . n n runi i nmi m hit
&AZ Conn' kLriJUVatWte tlni nearly WMOfc
ly he'avT rain and thuiiderr8torni.(tfnii!4ilfi3iKW taVjV jJrtnonThiJfn.' nave been ond of the la
Iiwtodfor'BOvcral h6tlrs:aiVcoom. rlIW?5!?. a?31. ftKri8F VR ""'" V.A4r.wUrt Urv goods drirtlers In tlio city,
bya'heaTy,foffand;Ti'vIdihihBilnK.10Tr,"Trave nira notwiig to , ,,n ',. ?mr ,n ,, Vr pprteit goods. Theyiad
eivrrlfvl nir H,n ,l,w.n trMiv cat an any, anu iiro suiYiiig hi 1 1.. , f ,..', m. . ... and. emu ovral nenrlv ono
.RIiMARkABLE NEW-ENGLAND STORM
Great' Dataag Dono In the Street of I)oi
and Hurt by H
magic. It It continues a'sjrfou's flodljfin
the Nangatuok River seems certain.
Cpatchea'Bay;thattho stonrf 41 Yl4 In
'Mctfdon? 'nndv Is4 alTocffng 'the telegraph
wire. One telegraph operator was bllrlded
and another1 nearly knocked dtwri, by
Boston, Doc. 29. A sbarp nhundr
atorm has Hooded the city. There we"Ve
twocaad, ewhalfvfeetfbr 6:fo the
troots. No preparation had been made f
for th thaw rind fa'h; not a gutlert or
ower hdlo; had been opoued by the' city
employes. Tho vetjult te.tliat sidewalks and
cellars aro flooded, and that tho danlago
will amount to many thousands. The city
will doubtless;be yljd;uppn.T)'py.hea vy
damages? ThVexcuso civen by tho Buner
Jntident.of8treoU for his neglect is that
no haa no tnonoy with which to hire men,
PndviDENCK, Dec. 28. A remarkable
shower, with sharp lightning, Wcurrtkl hero.
Considornblo damago was, caused by tile
sudden riioltfng"of tho snow.
- PboQklt; JJecp, JU.Theiforc $ the
wtnd'here was apparent upon nearly
tmngjvmcn was not lirmly, Many
citizens, were aroused by the rattling a;d
lamming o wjndow sliUtter,', tjia toppjlng
over of chlihlieys ou their roofs, and the
falling of sign-boards.
in tho morning tho wind blew down tho
situated on an street, The iimount
ol tbAluMUJiot learned. The Hglitqr, U.
O. Brower, belonging to 8hQrofniid ljr9.,
lylugat Vrcntfcsr wharf with l.Ooo bag's.pf
sugar on board, was capsized by the wind
early inthemorniugiT'lio, .fci.OQO. About,
sir o'clock a, now J4auiohouo.at the corner
of Niuet!onth' atreetnnd Niiith avenue
blow dpwu.i MLo$8, $l,"OU.
Sakdv." Hook) Dec 2S.The schooner
Kato Giilord dragged ' her niuhors
daring a .fifty mild1 ' .northeast, . gale,
and went ashore, off the wharf
here. Captain Wright' ' Was Thought
ashoro by the in breeclus
ra v. vj uw crew ,11 a UICVVU10
buoy jnTbe Tessel "waa lOadedj feitli &al
i'Baltimoreto Bridgeport," Conn. Kho
is leaking and has four feet of water in her
hold. The wind is moderating and the
crew will remain on board until later, in
PlTTiiFiELD, Mass., Dec. 28, Tho ,galo
did considerable damage to property In
this city. Chimneys and troes.wcro leveled
all pv'er jtlie city, ahd a number of
woro'injufed'by'beTug lifted from their
f.ut and tlirown down. A business block
and the high school building were, unroofed.
, . . , , .
- LIVELY COURT SCENE.
Tho Henntor. Sharon ' Oae Deeomes U
San Francisco Dec,' Fredeick , C.(
Bunhardj tha.alleged flanc ot '8ar ahHill,
was subjected 'to' a searching
afternoon and Thursday,
which resulted in practically breaking
down his allegations.
Lawyers Tyler and .Barnes hadtheir
war of words, as usual, and Sarah also had
a tilt with General Barnes.
A letter written by Burchard to Sarah
one month after the alleged engagement had
been broken "oflfwiis submitted, and. Bar,nc3,
luftor redding it, Tiandod" it back with tho
remark: l'hat was a peculiar letter for a"
married womariNtd recolvo."
' Miss Hill restwnded: "It's Just as eood
osbome marriod men recoivn.!' . ?.
General Barnen turned to her bhariily
and asked, "WKat'U that!" " "
MtMlHilUjDori't'. you! talk; yof brule,1
yod'. I arii as good as your friend, Mrs.
U :, -
General Barnes Don't you mention any
lady's " uainoherp, you wretch fdon!t you do
iCi . ' '
illss Hill Oh, I know all about it. "Who
the 'amber beads around your nock J
Imt ha, ha I
Geueral Barnes What do you mean, you
huzzy f Dont you talk like that to mo, you
huzzy. If you were a man I'd break every
bone in your body.
' Instaiitiyflie"ro war arowj1 inwhlch all
the attorneys and Miss HlU'talkod'at once,
iliss Hill unllmbering all her lingual artillery
in an instant, and concentrating her
Are upon General (Barnea; J'JVheri. order
had boen'restored; JndgeOTyler )r6ceeded
toreatJBurchard'8 Jettersrwrltten prior
to 'and after the engagement closed.
These letters were simply addressed "Miss
Buchard admitted that he had been paid
L200 by a gambler. Barnott L.
while in Bortland, to come down "and
but denied that ho was to. .receive
xp.OOO for bis testimony. A couple of hours
l4ter Buchard was arrested for perjury.
t. Ball in 2,000 was furnished by Sharon's
private secretary and his' nephew.
A Toledo Woman's Trouble.
Toledo,' O., Doc. 24 Mrs. Thomas, a
reputable married woman of Toledo, was
on some pretext Inveigled by Madam, Carlisle
Into tho notorious bagiuo called, from
Learning the nature of the don sho had
been lod to enter, she hastened to escape,
but was opposed by the Madam and her
girls. A terrible struggle followed, in
which Mrs. Thomas was badly bruised, and
had hor clothes nearly'tbrn on "from "hen
Fighting her way to the door, she Bcroamod
for hell), and. with the aid of one or two
who ran toher aMtsMnfee? juo (ecVpMl '( V
paaslgJl4jet Jc&f !a4rdftorward''to" k
neighbor's house. Madam Carlisle, 37M
and'lbbkdd ( bp, 'and liia'de a sensation
in ioico circles .by refusing to give ball,
)iut promices Instead some startling
1 1 in 1 1. 1
& ?M WM Nik WrtV!lV ft
i fALKKTl' SD&SSaj. lit Fayette;
County Ah eGa.i waVsittlnr by TitT
ilreside ouie pno crept up- to the-window,
and, placing a shotgun against
tho glass, flr&l, on jjlnu jjl'lie gii. was,.
charge With a mlxtury of shot and
One ..bullet took, effect in Lively's
head, back 'of 'the car, one in the sfrlo ot
ills )ioail, and. his ace, waft filled,
witji'hiot'&ufpioion po(uted to ono -"Bob"
Allen as the- murderer, and
li6wed that' he had! rim aw.ay,. Ha
was. sdbieduentty. arrested neari
lu jail. There 'is a faihliy
1 1, BtlLl. rWPDLY nn$lNd."i'
Contrary to KxiierJattnns.tUe.WnterJrMll
th6 rOhior afth,Is, point u,,n
rising J .tl)ej rattj oi;two um jPJV. ihour,
wjth. foot lolghtiinches' In tho
channel .The" pavement 1aIong'"Knt'Tand
damp, flrcloss rooms. Tho water I
gradually encroaching on Griflln street,
and it is
street will bo floadssj. K.JO. .. X. i.
At Covington tho rosldontn are greatly
alarmod and rernained,ap nil night,fcar,i,
log tho. river would xeaeh them, before
morning. The Licking still continues to
riso about six inches wr hour, while the
backwater cqvers Tibatts, Harris and
Corlnetoh ferryhhir HJeoncompffllcu to
suspend operations from their inability to
mako a landing on tho Kentucky siao.
High water has' stopped operations at the
Cincinnati Dry Dock Company's yards,
!i.. i ,--.11 i.i,.f iiut. "warHP th ritreins. anil ntt daVbreflk
the- riYerisfallirigrwitbr"nr light
rain prevailing during .thd day. Should
the riso continuo a few hours longer much
damago will bo caused along
ihn niiln VmIIav A h nrAOnlit. svrltlllt? no
estimatecan'be1 given is "toJpreb"able lossfl.'de Captain Moore,
by flodd. "" ,"' " "" John 'Beck, 'mate;
GENERAL GRANT HURT-,
'-., , , .n r ii .- I,.
He Receive n Qovnre ,Fnlt' Upon Die Toy
Nbw YonijDecr jHoneril
Grant was leaving" his home in
stroet, Thursday, of business,
a hoavy man, he- injured his thigh
severely. His system 'tvaH' severely shaken
up. 'The physicians who aro nttftiiluig the
Gonrfrul arena's yeti unable, to determine
whether or not.tlm Injury-is of n'serloun
character. Thoy saldhowevcTj. tlmt, ,tho
limb would bo parnlyzod'Yorsoine tlni'o.
General. Grant's physician suid.at a late
hour that there aro n SiEnjLot Jnternal
injuries,' and that tholenernl. rests fn&lvr
and 'shoWs much"' improvement. Bunt
will be at least three weeks before ho will
be able to leave the house.
The SnrlnlUts. -, " f
Baltimohk, Md., Dec, 28. TheCongress
of the1 Soclallsllc Labor Party co'ntlnued
their sosalon with closed doors.- Tho
' ne&,0f ,the sessionTcohsistod of a disoussion
on the question of the division of tho , contribution
between tho Executive
.and 'tho National Congress, and the
question as to whether tho Jatlpnal Congress
should 'moot ovcrytwo years, as at
present, or annually, was discussed. It
was decided .that each Congress tsUould,. Ur
thi dajto ffrhejmeetldg of;tlie,' next,"fso",it
may be. held annually, or as (ho
body may determine.
New York Municipal Chances.
fcKwYonic, Doc 28 Assistant District
Attorneys "County Democracy,"
A. J, .Beiulcruuid Jnuion M.
Bradj .Hair," hayo .resigned
their bmcosT DiTtrlct Attornoy Oivoy has
apiwlntod ,in their j places 1 Edward L,
ParriV, "Courity Democracy," Georgo II.
Adams, ".Independent," and' James Fitzgerald,
"County Democracy." A number
of other .changes aro expected to take place
in the course of a week or so, .
Special Spanltli Couinierclal Decree,'
Madiud, Dec. 28. A special hasi
been Issued' which abrogates the, fifth, article
of tho docree, of Marph. . 12th, 1(507,'
levying tho usual, duties, applicable to
goods shipped in foreign vessels, tor American
merchandise imported into Cuba under
tho Spanish flag. The docree will go into
operation thirty days after the local con
suls hayo bocn.nptlfied.to publish It' 'G.j
Theatrical, Company Htranded.
CiNCiimiTf, Dec. 231 The "Acri?s the
Company,' of which
"Andy" McKay and John.W. Ransond. nrg
proprietors, has stranded in this city,
leaving printing, hotel bills and wilarjo to'
most of the company unpaid, amounting
to over 1 1,000. It' Is also said W' good authority
that they 'owe 'considerable In other
cities. t ''
Wnats Daaaaces. .
Cikciknaw, Doc. 28. Rhdplph' Baldiiuf
has brought suit in the Common Fleau
Street Kailroad Company. ' 'He alleges thati
on the eighth of March he boarded a Vino
street .car which was so crowdo ho pouldj
just' hanff on Jhe platfccm, and IhVlfja,
swinging a curve, the car threw him off,
dislocating his foot. . -
i ,i. 1. 1
An TJnluoUy lt,
St, rAnw, O., Doo.'U8. As train No. Ki
on the road was switching csrsj
ncro weunesuay oiirnoon," me ""engine'
jumped tho track, and. knocked U. If.
Sprague, a brakerhan'dlf a'ffelght car, ln
falling' he .struck' the ties'breakingl Uiisloft1
leg !h(ow. the. knee. Sprague has had tho,
same leg br.okeu, three times. before.
y I ' 1 1 ' ' m
Franco's Strong Grounds.,
Paris. Doc. 28. It is believed that Mr.,
Ferry will demand, as a .condition, of
Frahtes, fiova. 'extndlug'
of her' operations lu Tbiiqulntliat
China shall give a pecuniary guarantee that
she wljl uot Interfere by Xorcewitli tho possession
by tho French of the territory
. i, 1 4., . '
A White Star Lino Steamer Orer Diip. .
j Livkhi'OOL, Peo, agents of the'
"white Star Lino have sent the Wrestler,
out froni'QueonstowJI lttlppordS4e
tlief WrestIeVAv6ll' 'look for"rtbotVaiii?r
.Celtic, whichloft ,Nw York, on, the lUtliv
iuit., and Is fwo .or. three days 'over due,
probably being detaiued by tho recent' se
vere weather. fr..nH
A Japanese, Vrrtlr.ArrlTo.
.Kkw YoitKj'tiec. 28.
'chhih'jMoh'wro'stlerolf JapniiJ lia'a
, uere, accompainou iy 11 is oucKor.
JPhl IL Kirby. SoraklU'hl oifers to challenge
any man in America,
can, for $o00 and the champiousiim. It is.
uxpected hata match. wil)i)o(arrftngod be-i
tweuB&orakltcbl ami llibby in a few days.
. " . !
Burvlvors of the Lost Steamer p'liinlyii.
recelWd' 'JcJ',9;'tJjV.iM'rTval '.aOrisir ,
Portugal of men who wefe 9U,
board tho steamship PJaatyn, which sailed.
,fr0m Jqw York JMovomberUlfor Antwerp.'
and had nbti since Ueuh1 heard from. It is.
aiid thoy were rescued from ,thu Hteamer ' '
the tug's wheel was broken and the barge
JTas 3f ,arrh0 Hungerford
rijoui P.lA.gaie aroso, She sprang a
leak and at 10 o'clock that night wai almost
unmanageable.. Fart of the, deck load was
'tlinjw'oyervoard.and all hands manned
At 5 o'clock on the morning of November
JUb. Ihe Groat Manltoulln Island "was
!sijhtJt iHf afif.f'tHoBT 61 fwlef (lie Hiin.
seffoan!h6r8 :werJIet go', and "she
rounded into the wind. Then tho work of
umplng,waa roan mod wltU good results,
luring the day tho gale increased, and that '.
evening tho barge dragged her anchors and
Wont oothe roftks. -.Two. hours later sho
flofttwl.osliore on uijjro vised rafts. . .
The" weather was freezing cold, and a
trot was made from the barge's jib. A
few provisions were 'secured' before the
flroulspalmer, .David Corcoran and Frank
ahd' Ida Newcombe, cook.
They were Immediately placed on short rations.
Five bitter days' were passed, and
then a frail. scow was constructed, in which
twooJL the. vxtn wpnt. to,, a neighbqrlng
Islatfd'inquectrot aidj Theytook nfa
detained three days by
adverse winds. Life was' only sustained
finding of some rotten fish in a do-
Tlio crew subsoquontly made a sail of
tho tent, and, nineteen days after' tho
wreck, started to will to the mainland.
only kept afloat by-constant
iniiiiiii. juiiu vvns iiimiijr iiiauo ik
mory, whence the men were forced to walk
seyeuty miles, to, a railway station. Thoy
were in a famishing condition when thoy
arrived. The party came' by rail to
Buffalo, arriving Jate .last night. Captain
Moore says the castaways suffered untold
horrors from hunger amloxposuro.
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Catholic Rioters l'recipltnln a Dancerou
Htate of AlTalrt,
St. Johns,-. N. F Dec. 28 The four men
wlio' wero instantly killed In a" riot
Graco werp. Jeans, Mercer, Callahan,
and Dennady. Some eight or nine others
were seriously, perhaps fatally, wounded.
ai)d .about twenty received slight flesh
WuuniU, among tho latter being tho Inspector
,of Police, Doylo, The procession of
.Oraugeinen was filing through one' of the
principal streets, and the opposition mob
which tired into thorn numbered several
hundred. They had entrenched themselvos
behind a largo mound of snow, plaqo
culled Ships Head, and firodas the
passed, ThVtown la in a whjto heajk
br 6xc1tVrrent7, alsd'lhe neighboring town
of hassaught ,the contagion,
.All" business Is entirely suspended,
and there aro from .10,000 to 12,000 armed
men parading the streets.. From the north
shore of Conception Bay, twenty miles distant,
gangs of men are hurrying in the direction
ot. Carboncar jiod .Harbor, Grace.
TTie disturbance threatens to develop into
the I)eiTts Tier Uusband ami Children
for Her Hrnttier.ln.laT,
Orkrnvillx, Pa., Dec. 8. The elopement
of Alice wifo ,of Charles Ludwig,
witU.her husband's brother Frank Ludwig,
x (Jlssolute .fellow, has created a sensation
tore. Mrs. Ludwig moyed in good society
ind was always regarded as the pink of
propriety. The'brother who estranged' the
woman from her husband1 had been absent
from home for several years, and at the time
iiiadcqmehonieJo lalrhhli share of, Jifs
t n 1 1 n I r sk( fa nnm
Mrs."X.Udwlg, robbed her husband's
money chest,, packed up her jewels and
wardrobe, and, kissing her four children,,
joinedher .husband's brother at an
place. They were last
heacirfof ' laJ Erie, .Until .today,, when Mrs.
Lu'dwJgJs companion jeturned to. Greenville,
saying that he had left her well provided
for in) Now' York State. Securing
some papers, and taking care to avoid his
brother, he tbok. an' East-bound train for
Few York State. r , '
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XaAlpatlons of Foul Play.
Mt; Cabuxl, Pa;, Dea 28. James Ryan
called at the house of Lieutenant Knlpe at 1
o'clock and informed him that he ' had
found a man dead at the Ixihlgh Valley.
RallroMd'epoe Jyaa being drunk', the
officer paid little attention to his notice,
tLater othora' calledf aniLiConflrmed Kyan's
statipment - KntpV, nith o.ther officers and
abotit 'thirty cltlzens; went to tho depot,
Where, beforo the door,-they found the lifeless
body of Ernou Balich, agod fifty, a
once wealthy farmer, living at.New Media,
Columbia' County. His forehead and nose
were shocklnfcly bruised with sorae dull
lnslrument in the hands of some unknown
(person. An inquert was held, and we
eral 1 opinion do mat mo man was j
murderously assaulted. Ilia brother, llv
'ing in, Ashland, and his son, living in
RocktQWB, cams here and took the- body
j, 5. "1
jiThe Awful Avalanche,
DrSvEn, Col., Dec. 28. A stage driver
who has made his way .on (pot over;
grounding country reports mat twenty-seven
linen have "toatri theW " live 'by snow slides
wltblnUie lasf few days,whlle tne .damage
(o tollBg;preperty. Is enormous "Two men
wore killed by a snow slide at the Nevada
Mine;: their names were James Qunter and
Two men, Joseph Frelinghuysen and
James Burns, were found dead by Georgo
Pohivar in the Goldbug cabin. A slide"
. Struck this cabin on Friday and moved the
cabin abouWOO feet . rif ,
i"til "' 1- : '
A Man Hlowlv Roasted to Death.
.Biau ol tno iiorton tannery, onemoiu, met
with a horribla death by being slowly
roasted in the feedor over a furnace, into
Which he accideatly fall, The .feeder is
just large enough to hold a man, and when
Fancier fell in, and the tanbarkon.him, he
'was1 'unable to extricate himself. When
found, after a long search, his lower .
tremltiea were burned off and the trunk
charred. He was a liatlve of Germany.
AC one ijme h.t jvaji Vvnr w.0lthy.
DIG CHICAGO FAILURE.
Ifi ti ii "T t. . " . " f
rgest retail fancy
largely in lm-
women alone. Tho excitement was
doubled wlien the Sheriffs ofiloor'iook, dos-
sejQn of, the establishment, and when
afterwards Mr, Contant took a train for
New York, It is alleged, on the pno hand,
that he has fled, wh'llo'his friends .claim be
U.irisroly malting a flying trip to the East
and will return to mako an honorable
.assignment. The llabintles.pt the firm are
placed at.'ovot; flOO.OOO, with assets consist-
.ing of stock on hand worth at about $:V,-
vm. Kvory article in tno store is coverea
bynttachmentrf for Chicago creditors, and
"New York, Boston, and European creditors,
1 ll .' A-n Jwv. , .1..- I I
lu ,TTHU(ii nooiiii iu,Ayo in nue, miva iiwu
shut out. Content's attorneys say that
thoy will not resume, business, and that the
estate will not realize twonty cents on the
dollar. It is admitted that Contant started
in on a nominal capital of .130,000, but with
pnly $18,000 actual cash, and that, he secured
credit from the Now York and local
trade-by representations to tho effect that
he was doing a business of $000,000 yearly,
with a cash" capUal pf IW),00I). It Is alto-,
gotherthe most. complete failure Chicago,
has known for some years'.
A RIDICULOUS YARN.
Reported Impending Miners' "Strike a
PlTTonuno, Fa., Dec. 28. The report
telegraphed yesterday In regard to the
prospective united striko ot I .BOO to SjOOO
miners in Westmoreland, Blair. Bedford
nud Huntington Counties, on further investigation,
proves to lie ono of the most
riiliculiiui started by sensational newspapers
in soino time. There am not that
many miners in the district named. The
Amalgamated Union of Miners has ouly
been in existence a short tinio, and as yet
Is too poor and too weakly organized to
stand a strike. The miners have had but
little work and are not ablo to provldo two
weeks' provisions ahead. At least a third
of tho minors are Hungarians, who will
not strike under any circumstances. The
President of, the Seventh District, J. W.
Kildulf, who Is well-known as being one of
the most pronounced opponents of strikes,
denies the story, also the local officials emphatically
pronounce it absurd to tho fullest
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN.
A Departed Mniv Vurk Itroker Lenvea
Many l.iiiiipiillne KrieniU.
Nkw Yonic, Dee. 2X. Among the enterprising
mining capitalists and operators
who have come to this city from California
in the last few years,, was Mr, C. S. Ben-ham.
He has been for some time a member
ot the Mining Stock and Pctrolouni
Exchange and was conspicuous on the floor.
For some time back ho has announced
that he was to be married December
16th, and would leave, ior California
on a bridal trip. Some of bis
follow brokers have since convinced themselves
that he did leave, they also feel that
his parting was final. On Wednesday default
was made o.n some of his contracts,
ou that, diV as well as on Thursday, and
seyeral thousand shares of mining stocks
were sold out for his account under the
rules ot tho Exchange It is estimated he
owes members of the Exchange 1200,000 on
Tlnkerlnc With the Curreney.
WaHiiinoton, D. C, Dec. 28. Judge
Bucker, Chairman of tho House Committee
on Banking and Currency, is preparing a
bill which would gradually replace the
National bank circulation by Treasury
notes issued by the Government. He
thinks the National banks must disappear
when the National debt does. So diverse
are the opinions ot the .members of the.
House,- however, that ho does not know!
what the fate of tho bill will be. Mr
Bland, Chairman of the Committee on J
Coinage, thinks no radical clmngo will be
mado this session in tho basis relating to the
coinage of silver.
Itonlnc Association Meeting,.
Nr.w Y.oluci lJec, 28. The annual meeting
of the Inter-Collegiate Honing Association
was held in the Fifth Ayonue . Hotel.
A number of delegates from the various
colleges were present. II. B,
of Cornell, was In tho chair. After
the roll call, the following officers, wore
elected for the ensuing year: Bird, W
leyan, President; Thompson, Cornell,
Vice Presidont; Jones, Pennsylvania, Sec-rotary;
Soofleld, Princeton, Treasurer.
The opening race w(Jl bo .held on Saratoga
Lake on July 4, 1881. a The race will lie
one mile and a half straight away for four-oared
Musteal Kvent In Cliielunatl.
Cincinnati, Dec. performance
of the ''-Messiah" giwn under the auspices
of the Music Festival Association by the
May Festival Chorus, assisted by the Theodore
Thomas orchestra from New York,
under Mr. Thomas' direction, at Music
Hall Thursday pight, was a great success.
Tho quartet ot soloists were Madam. Boema,
Miss Wlnart, Theodore Toedt, and Fran
ltemmertz. Mr. Arthur Mces presided at
tliebrgan. Fully 800 persons heard the
performance, composed principally ot the
ollU of tjiecity,
Joseph Long-north Dylns.
Cincinnati, Deo. 28. Joseph Longworth
is dying at his residence. He was unconscious
all day and friends and relatives
are 'gathered at tho bedside, awaiting the
uoment ot his dissolution, Ho Is seventy
years of ago, and his name is associated
with many of the noblest and best ot Cincinnati's
enterprises. His labors in the
Sinking Fund Commission, to which he
has given large and painstaking attention
of late years, have, boon Invaluable, to Cincinnati.
The French rork Lunacy.
Paws, Dec 28. The2fflnlster of Commerce,
in view of the recent action of the
Chamber of Deputies in regard to" the Government
bill withdrawing the 'prohibition
against the importation of American meats,
by which the bill went oyer to, the Jtiext
session of the Chambers,, has decided 'to enforce
tho restriction at all points except
Havre, Nantes and Bordeaux," Aierciyu
salted meat to be admitted at those, latter
port if found free fro'in taint after It liaa
I ten inspected by Government Inspectors,
WRECK OF THE PLANTYfl
STORY OF RESCUED PASSENGERS.
IlufTetett nud llenfen lly n Three Days'
Furious Onle, the TaoenEori and'
Snrvlyors ot the Crew
London, Doc. 28. The owners, of tho lost
steamship Plantynhaveroccived tho following
particulars: in .regard to .the disaster to
that vessel. The steamer had experienced
heavy wouther for a cauple of days, and on
Novombor 17, when six day s.out oi tho port
of New York, while In latitude forty-four
north, longitude forty-two west, the
was caught in a gale which gradually
stiffened until thusea .became, ffirious,
anil tlio vessel unmanageable. Tons
of water rolled over her decks
smashing In tho vessel's poop
washing away her deck engine, the
bridge, boats, and rafts, making a clean
sweep of her, dock and springing her plates
so that sho, )egan faking water, Bpr, six
watertight compartments' commenced filling.
The weather continuing very severe,
and the flros having been put out by water,
it, was, impossible, to work the engines. IThe
Cnptajn ordered ,tho vessel's cargo-to be
thrown overlioard. Four hundred tons
wero take:! out, and the vessel continuing
to settle in the water., all hands were ordered
to the pumps and,, kept balling day and
night lu order to keep her afloat. On December
sixth the brlgantlne, G. D X. hove
In ilKlit, and the now overworked party
were resVuVd and taken on board the
During the gale, four rdon were
swept overboard and lost. The steamer
was abandoned in a sinking condition.
Ofiiernl Xnlrm anrt ?TTrS the, ftatjanal
Wanhinoton, Dec. v8. The published
stateihontti In the New York morning
papers to the qfToct that- Mr. Cox of, New
York, had, intended to introduce sleeping
changes In tho system of American
abroad, If he
had liocii given tlin Chairmanship
ot the House. Committee on ..Foreign Affairs,
created some surprise,, here,, .since, it is
well known that Representative, Jlltt, of
Illinois, and Senator Pendleton, ,of Ohio,
have already prepared bills' contemplating
this very end. Mr. connection
with tlw diplomatic- service andlth, tho
State Department especially fits him, to
prepare a bill of tho kind, ahd 'It has been
a matter of congratulation, among Senators
and Representatives that he has undertaken
the work. ' "l
Colonel Morrison, Chairman of the Committee
of Ways, and Means, has called a
meeting of the Commitsee for Monday
next. In conversation Colonel- Morrison
said the meeting would be informal and
that, it jvm not his in tout Ion tq transact, any
business until after recess. He thipks it
would bo proper to reduce the tax on sugar
and will favor it. Representative Kellogg,
ot Louisiana, when 'asked what effect
of tho tax on sugar would have
in Louisiana, said that if accomplished it
would simply cost the. Democratic party
eight electoral votes at. tho next Presidential
election. It Is alleged that Mr.
Kellogg has upwards of 175,000 invested in
the sugar refining business in Louisiana.
A prominent Treasury pfflcer saldvJthat
heretofore when the tax on sugar has been
reduced it has not benefited the 'consumer
in any tray, as almost immediately the
sugar refiners in the Uajvaiian Islands and
other sugar growing countries raised their
prices. Mr. Morrison, in referring to pig
iron, said tho duty should not be' reduced
below three dollars.
Spreaker Carlisle says ho has heard nothing
from Mr. Cox since Monday, when he
telegraphed him Accepting' the Chairman--
ship of tbo CpmmTtteo on 'Naval affairs,
Mr, Carlisle discredits, the report tha Mr.
Cox has, since that time, 'decided to de
cline the appointment! The Star say Representative
Curtln is to visit Mr, Cox in
New York in relation to the, matter, .and
oxplain the reasons npon which,. the, , selection
THE EMMA BOND' CASE.
Tin Defense About R'ra'dy to
Hillsboro, III., Dec, 28. The proceedings
in the Emma Bond cas? consisted
mainly of hearing the testimony of John
Montgomery, one ot the defendants. The
'dofouse succeeded in establishing a very
itroiig alibi, chiefly through the .statements
jot John Moorget, father of oneof.Msa
Bond's pupils, who claims that- he did not
pace low sight of Moutgoniery during. Iho
pme he is supposed to bo,ve been in the loft
with the unfortunate school jniptree., .The
Prosecuting Attonmy, however, declares
iis ability to completely impeach' Moorget.
Judge Thornton said the defense, will' rest
the case Friday morning, yhen 4his ,i
done the prosecution have fifteen, witnesses
to call in rebuttal. It is thought that' the
case will, go to the jury Monday .evening.
Thursday's evidence makes the action of
the jury less a matter of course than ' has
hitherto been acknowledged. N6 one, looks
for an auuultal, but, unless the State can
break Moorgot's testimony, it will be no
surprise If the jury disagree.
Uneasiness Among, HlfU Officials la
Ottawa Ont,, Dec, 28, Lord Lansdowno
has recently received seyeral threatening
letters. He is naturally of a timid disposition,
and the report from Buffalo
that the Invincible wish to Wreak
their vengeance upon Great" Britain
by capturing him haa not (tended
to allay his fears. The fact thai Lord
Melgund, His Excellency's Jllltary,. Secretary,
sent for the Superintendent oj,
Police immediately after.the publication
ot the Interviews' w(tt) IjrcBrida
and Muldoon, at Buffalo, has led to the
belief that the Government has fmportaiit
information regarding the movements of-the
The Ilenvy Mill Failure,
Providence, R. I., Dec, ajy
as can be ascertained the net indebtedness
of A. I). Smith fc Co., the suspended eot
ton manufacturers, is $tX,00u, ' although
their liabilities amount to "abbut.tL'mOOu,
All the mills connected with the firth have
shut down, throwing hundreds of laborers
out of employment.
Cohk, Dec. 28. The St John's day eer
emoniea were generally observed by $h
Minister, Ireland, lYeemasons. A
composed of -more' than a thoaend
.m ia In full regalia marcked to iW Prot-s
ant eathedral at night; where they attended
appropriate divine Mrrlcet In
of the day,