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'MiYSYILtE4.;K:Y.,:FE'lDAY, OCTOBER 21, !$"
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CHILLS and FEVERS
TIRED FEELING ' '
(GENERAL DEBILITY "'.
PMN"W'th BACK'S SIDES "
IMPURE BLOOD' r V
NEURALGIA " '.
KIDNEY' AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Red
lines on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER..
H. N. SMITH,
ess extraction ef
(aw. umoe on uoun nireei.
Omni: Third Btreet, 'west of .Market, next
door to Dr. James Sbackleford's. ,
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TOIIN OItANE, l f " '
House, Sign and
Graining, Glazing and Paper-hanging. All
wort neatly.aud promptly executed, omce
and shop, north slue ol Fourth between Mar
ket and Limestone, streeU. alBdly
I LLAN . COLE,
will practice In the courts of Mason and ad
joining counties, the Superior Court hiid
Court of Appeals. Special attontlon given to
Collections and to Real Estate. Court street,
B4)yiiyjl?cgy,.f , - Ml
No. 7 Market Street,
RELIABLE MERCHANT TAILOR.
Call and examine my sample of Foreign
andrDomestlo goods fr m the largest , wboje
SfiahoMsesof SowYoru, BulU made.to or
der on more reasonable terms than anyolner
bouse In the city, and fit guaranteed.
(Court Street, Maysvllle, Ky.)
ATTORNEY -A.T iLuAW.
"Will practice In the courtaol Mason and ad
joining counties. Prompt attention given to
coUectjon of claims and laocounts. AlsptpKlra
Iniafiiice, and thbj buying so ling andjrent
tag BYfipUB09,noU,aioylnls):i nd the writing
WAlli. A WOBXIlIMdTON,
GAKHETT 0. WALL,
K. L. WOBTHIHaTOM
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
f Will Bradtioe In aircou,rto In Mason and adj
i.iZfrSHi And in therBuDerior Court
ZZTSZZtZt ADoals' All collections given
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T AW CARD.
J. H. Sallbe, Commonwealth'arAtfy.
O. Ii.BAiLip, NptaryjPubUc,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
wlU-attend tB-opllfiotlons andrafgariral JtWl
eountles. Firo Insurance and Real ptaUj
AgentaTAU letters answered promptly. Of
tofl I NP. WQWrt street,' Myave.Hy. if
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iMQjNM MJRNTI-1 TAPtPTS,
BAKER AND CONFECTIONER,
i dnrln TtTrttav a nnanlnUv.
i! Tj nnViTTiflHA rlnllv unit (1A
Uvered to any part of tho city, parties ana
trrAfln iiruau uu vw.-" - "' --.
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KENTUCKY i TELEPHONE 5 COMPANY
Has connection with tho following placcal
MtayoTlUc, If eleaa, Jft. OliTot,
Office in Maysvllle-W. VT. Bolton Dry
Goods Store, Nof 8 flaat Second street
JOB PRINTING of every dewcrlptlonneatly
MUted at the BtXLLfcriN OFFIOK.
tSSSm- we inyit;toirf,fleo;g
nftlttf RooMa-ftffft.,yiva,yj);,afM a i
THE PRESIDENTIAL PARTY LEAVE
ATLANTA FOR WASHINGTON..
A Short Stop Made at Sfontaeiasry,
i Them there Wtoia aV'OiBeCltlesVl
" U-A brlTOiroh,Vrle feltr B f
lng the Union station in Atlanta last night,
WlAViiiht "Wriai ftili hour krrlVod1 iiearlr
nlj bad rotired," behtupoH eciriri'ringoid
hlht'd res At d o'olook la the morning'
the inhabitants of tho Volaicb began to
prepare thomselvosfor exhibition in Mont
gomery: iEvorydne'.. folt' "refros'b'odi "arid
ready for any arrangements' made for thorn
in that city. At 7 :0 o'clock tho president
visited the tbnsorial departmeht ' in tho
'Alfarata," and returfiing, to tbo Puliman
Palace oar, looked as bright and' f resb ,as
when lie loft' AVashlngton. Mrs. Cleveland
Was also greatly refreshed by her pleasant
rest of last night '
'The ruri of the special train from Atlanta
to Montgomery was without noteworthy in
cident, excepting that at Intervals groups of
colored people from tho succession 'of 'cotton
plantations "gathered near the traok, who,
as the special passed them, became more or
The special train, at 8 o'clock, drew into
Montgomery midst the booming of cannon
and the greatest enthusiasm. The military
was drawn up .in lino and stood with pre
sented arms as the president and Mrs. Cleye
land and tho members of their party enteral
carriages provided for them. Tho, proces
sion' them marched to the Exchange hotel,
whoro the party partook of breakfast
After breakfast? tho' prosidentrevjoVred the
military 'from the balcony of tho hotel, and
there was a presentation to the "president
and .Mrs. Cleveland of a handsome solid sil
ver jswelicasket" representing:' a cotton bale,
and bearing ah1 appropriate; Inscription
Indicative of their T.isit to Montgomory.
After tho president had reviewed , tho mil
itary and was about to proceed to his car
riage; 'Editor .Fitzpatrick, of the Mohtgomoy
Dispatch, presented to President and Mrs.
Clovoland a satin copy of to-dayVedltion of
his paper, 'consisting of thirty-threo pages.
The'spuvenir'is vory' elaborately and expen
sively trimmed and is enclosed' 'within a
very handsome crimson plush rol, bearing
on a solid stiver plate the inscription "With
tbo Compliments of tho Montgomery Dis
patch to the President and Mrs. Cleveland."
The carriages -were1 then takun and the
members of the party, after being driven
through tho principal streot, were escorted
to the fair grounds; whoro' tho president was
introduced ..nd welwtnod to tho city in a
few eloquent remarka by Governor' Seay:
In reply to tho governor's address1 tho pres
ident spoke as follows:
"I am very glad to bo able at tho conclu
sion of a rnoit dolightful and, I hope, im
proving series of visits throughout the coun
try to soO'a littlo'of tho Btfttopf Alabama,
its people and its capital. I bolieve that no
southern stato has within itself more ele
ments of independent growth and develop
ment than Alabama. There is hardly a
food product wnich is not represented in its
agriculture. It has within its borders abun
dant forests of useful and valuable timber,
waiting for its utilization to the needs of
man, whilo its mineral resources marvelous
and inexhaustive, give assurance of wealth
and commercial greatness. In the means of
transportation your xtate is hardly loss fa
vored. About two-tir.rds of your oounties
are bounded or intersected by rivors navi
gable or easily male so; your railroad
facilities, alroady groat, are oonstantly in
creasing, and your outlet to the ooean is
found in the largest and finest bay on tho
Gulf of Mexico. A state-thus favored, by
nature, and so profusely blessed by tho gifts
of Providonco, cannot but occupy a com
manding position in the union of states,
which constituted a great nation; nor can
any have a greater stake in the welfare and
progress of tho entire country or in the har
monious and friendly feeling upon which
those dopends. As you gather your agrlcuU
ture products and as you increase their vol
ume and varloty, you are not only enriching
yourselves and your .stato, ,but aro adding
luster to our Nationafgl'ory. Your iron ore
is taken from tha.eame i field as the material
necessary to -tits manufacture, and sup
plies ia'D0nferf ill element ''of, National, cohe
sion, and, In tho manufacture you aro' pro
paring the strongest' bonds 'of National,
unity. Eirery ton of Iron you 'are'fcnabled
to furnish a northern state goes1 -far 'ibtvard
destroying' soctronah'feqllrig.' Your f ollo'w
cpdarrymon. apprRojate :'r the value pt'JntVr;
mate and proil.b e- bnslnoM 'relations-with,
you, and there need bo no fear that they
will permit thorn "to' be destroyed or en
dangered by .designing derrfagogues. - 'The
.Wickedness of. jthess partisans whot seel'
to aid i their ambitious ' solidities by on
endjrjng , hata, among1 a geherom 'people is
fast' mooting exposure, and yet thero'is and
should," 1 'ai instanqoiupoa' afitric.adher
cnco.tottio settlement wnich baa bseri mads
of dlspatl qiiMtloiis and upon tho' utire
sor'ted! acewpfahoo of suoh 'sottlemon'i.
Against, thU. I belieTO ro, business considera
tion should prorall, and I firmly belioro
that thof-o U' Ameridan fairness eilo'ug'h
abroad in tbo land td ihauro proper atii siib-,
itaritiatreconnltlort of the good.Xalth which
you have, exhibited. Wo know that you
still have problems to solve Involving con
siderations concerning1 yoU' alone; ques
tions boyoud tho reaoh of Foderal
law or inter ferenoo, and with which no one
but you should doaL Inavo no fear that
you will 'fall to do your manful duty in those
matters, but may I not, in extension of the
thoughts which I havo before suggested, say
to you that tho educational advantages and
the care which may be accorded to every
class of your citizens buvo a relation to tha
general character of the entire country as
intimate and potential as your productions
and tho development of your mineral' re
sources have to its material prosperity. 1
am informed that three-fourths of the popu
lation of your state aro engaged in, agricul
tural pursuits, and I am glad that my visit
to Montgomery occurs at a tlmo whou your
stato fair is in progress Such exhibitions
cannot fall to stimulate Interest and Induce
the presidential, tjrain iran out ot;thonpity
about.a mile, and there awaited the regular
ichedulo'timo foil start'i'ng, at 12 o'clock
FefMMnt, and tfcrsly tfier la no, ,Uir
k To a staUV ' taaWrUl' condition' 'and
AisV' WAalrif'ihn'y'an-ordd bv Ksesi a
piWdaV'k'iU1 Moai'8ta IHhill'i.
ra:w;wy(a'dHtrrfefui to mm
UWVosUte'Mrrt'plW'rar1 the cbrtfiali.
y of fesLr wiliH'-'f uHy -'iaspresseVi'1 wit),
miXti&k'Ut 'Xlalk.ni'but'alVa VriW titi
rflsXSH&lMitVo 'tiii'''iriUr. 'irritrv
hWtf rwt' sVokkM'-MlmaAinrn
WtttvtoastrfoWljer1 - J - 'tttuf
8wtA-to"c6nbhiMoti'bf the president's speedb
XhaHpUiifMai '-laud' arid long continued
IJurliig ths'dillVAr'y'Of tW 'speich the'presl-
ent'was "occasionally tuterruptea Dy-sucn
frtftekfksa "OodlUW You, Mr. PrasidbntV'
."Never While tliiy Gblden 8uri of-Liberty
I "bines in the IltfarV eto. Shortly before
lilo'clock the . prooMsion proododed to;tho
.'trainband, the', iiuunbers of tho party again
.bdardod the vest.bulo sjxxjial, bound fot
MURDERED A SICK MAN.
narrewlne Story of a Crlmo Committed
by a Ship Enclnncr.
Galvkstow, Tox., Oct 21 4 Upon the
arrival of tho Mnllory steamship Comal
from New York yesterday, tho master of
the'vessel,. Capt John Risk, reported that
during the Voyage a coal passer, John H.
Graham, "of New York, had died of over
heat. and cramps and was buried at sea,
This was the subtance of Capt Risk's re
port at tho baval office as required by tho
United States statute in such cases. Noth
ing more was thought of itha matter during
tha day, and no suspioion of foul play ex
isted at tho custom house. It was, therefore,
a matter of great surprise when later one of
the coal handlers named Riley, who made
tho trip with Graham, visited the offlco of
the United States commissioner and mado
amaaviDcnarging Y imam ii, joouuiiougn,
chief engineer of tb? ComalJ with tho willful
murder or. urauam.
Rlley's story, for savago and devilish in-
SKSVtK!. bSJt TPSZ
hd swears that he' was working in the same
watch with Graham when thoy wore four
days out from New York. Graham, whllo
in the Are room at work, complained to him,
Rlloy, and others of being sick and unablo
longer, to hold up his end of tho work.
Shortly after this, Chlof Engineer McCul
lough came in and found Graham lyiug
down, 'apparently sleeping, whereupon' tho
engineer remarked: "I'll 'wako you up,"
,and suiting tho action to tho word, ho de
liberately took a largo shovel, ani scooping
it full of rod-hot coals from 'tho furnace, he
poured 'them over tho prostrate form of tho
sick man, and followed up tho work by
beating and abusing Graham as be lay
writhing utidor tho burning coals.
Kiloy furthor swears that within fifteen
minutes after Engineer McCullough had
first 'assaulted Graham tho latter was a
corpse, and was immediately removed to
the engine room and laid upon a grating.
Perhaps the mast extraordinary statement
made by Riley' is that the body of the dead
man1 was kept on ice until tho steamship
was'wlthin twolve" hodrs' run of Galveston,
and then burled at sea. The commissioner
immediately issued a warrant charging
McCullough with murder on the 'high sea,
and ho was arrested while aboard tho vessel
by deputy United States manhal and com
mitted to jail. Five witnesses were alio
arrested to await the sitting of tbo Federal
grand jdry, Enginoer McCullough is about
forty-three years old and is a resident of
New York city.
GOT INTO COURT.
Tho Color Lino In the Public Schools at
Wllow Springs. ,
Yellow Si'iunos, O., Oot 2). At last
the mixed school question here has got into'
cpurt - William Tblbert and' Coarles Willis,
two colored oitixans 'and tax payers,' have
filed a suit "in 'mandamus In tho'eburt Of
common pleas "against -tho'sohool' board.
Tho relators olaimn that' their children1 havo
beod. . unlawfully exoludod ."from ,'tbb Union
or-HighiSchool building', and are denied 'the
'privileges of an'educatibn on accouht of the
unwarranted' aotlod, of tho school board.
Thoy, alio claim that tho' board, fs attempt
ing to maintain "a voparate school for coi
o'rod Children' c6ntrary to, law, and for all
proper and lawful relief 'in the preinises.
'Thdjboard will, employ cbmpobeut atior-
The board 'will claim 'that they are nbt de-
.! .. .1 11 II i-V.'Jl "-'l li.--JI.
tHct adiriission to the schooW.Of the village.
It is'trua they 'have two. buildlngd, but' all
pupils are admlttod, examined aud assigned'
to their proper rooms. This the' board claim
they have i tho'.' right to do under the law.
Tho cases will coma: up forlhoaring on the
27th inst, and,' as. the decision .will bo one of
greatr importanav it U -looked forward to
with a great deal of interest " .
cu -sz.Li""ir2"v v. pr.., -
tho passengers on be, steamer Bristolon
Sunday ' nigllt, expressed a desire 'to' hear
AxAii mviiji, iiAosa,. uui. iix, Qtivorni oi
Lew. the ereat cornetist and a feeler was
put out to ascertain upon what terms the
wizard of the cornet would oblige them.
jur. uovy was quiw wming to aqngnt tuem
if a proper qud pro quo was raised, and the
terms were nxea, upon at ou. A cmppmg:in
arrangement was,atonco, rnado.a Mr. A-
ptuwalj MttK Fe baU .rolling with a5.,
Tharemaindorof tha money was soon made
up, ouu. mo. t-u.uj.Bii yrojw imu. j iuym
? th,BTerftt ntruientalUt Ii the m?an
timo ilr. Levy bad consulted his manager,-
who at once vetoed a foO performance by
insisting that' Levy should not' play a note
for lees than $100. This broke off the ar
Tho It ah way Mystry.
New BnuMsyvioit, N. J Oot 21. Tlio
Identity of tbo body found on, Rahway
boaoh about two- months ago has boon
fully established as that of Mrs. Annie lag
ram, who came to this country two years
ago from England. At Boundbrook she be
came acquainted with a man whom she
married.! The couple disappeared tho next
day. The police refuse to discloso the name
of tha man, but thoy are evidently certain
that ho is the murderer.
Koiits Calamity Suit.
CniOAao, Oct 31, Ella Clements, who
was injured in the recent railway accident
at Kouts Station, Ind., has brought a sdlt
for $10,000 damages agaiust tho Chicago, &
Atlantio Railroad company.
TrfVirl FRIENDq' QIYE,.UP ALL HOPJE
Tka Chlcagtt Jal) yaeated for lio Hang
Jtng Extraordluary; 1'rccautlons , to ,B.
Takes to. Ireeut Blpodstsd on tbo Jfa-
the result of' tho anneal
baio.y A'thiof had" pleadod ' gdil t'd'pibjt
larceny, aim iiuage uasor an uuuui vu
lenteilcohlmto thecodnty jail' for thirty
ddys. Mr; Grlnnfell interp'osotL: 'Inviow of
what la to take placo in the jail November
11," bo paid, "I prefer that this man's sentence
should expire before that.timo, because It la
desirable that "as few prisoners as possible
should be in tho jail when such a trernond
Judge 'Baker acceded, and mnde tho son
tefico flftceu dnya Soon afterward anothor
criminal was to bo sontonced, and Mr, Grin
"Your honor, I am opposod to jail senten
ces at the present time. If it L necessary
that any prisoners should bo confined, they
should bo kopt in station houses until after
the execution talsostplaco."
. ltisiunderstopd thaf as many prisoners as
possible will bo taken. from tho jail between
now and Iho tlmo of 'execution. It Bhows,
that' Mr. Gnunell w very confident that tho
sentence will bo carried out, and that tha
authorities are aot oVor sure that tho, pre
cautions thoy havo taken will protect tho
Jail from assault on that; day. 'There havo
been a codd many - executions in, the Cook
county jail,. 'butt it nover bof ore baa boon
thought necoasafy to feoop prisoners away
- . K, t thfr Ln lth'eharcbi,to
thomselves have no real 'hopo thai the exo-
, f thelr g8ven .XrJends can bo pro-
vented ordelayedl ." C' ' ". TJ '"J
George M. Sloan, the Anarchist leader
whom Mayor Rocho refused permission to
speaktonttho execution" a.fewCdays'rtgo,"said
to-daV'that he 'had; given up all bopo,' and
fully expoctodtbat tbo h'aiiging would take
placo. v '
"The execution will bo followed by riot
and bloodshed," ho said, "but it will surely
take place, as the supreme court is so com
pletely under the douilni nof tho capitalists
that tbo judges will not dare to intorfere."
Governor Oglosby mado an address to tho
Locomptive Engineers' convention yosteiy
day afternoon which Indicated pretty clearly
his feelings toward the Anarchists. In
trenchant words ho denounced tho lawless
methods of tho Reds. "There havo boen
cases in this fair land," ho, said, "when
hungry men with hungry wives and chil
dren at homo havo listened to the flashy
sentences of men who thought they cotild
intorpoeo thomtolves between the laboring
people and the steady march of law and
ordor and of justice. Deeds of violbnce fol
lowod, and all too lato thoy found they were
not potent enough to chauge tho tide of
affairs. Appeals to the justice of the peo
ple will always in tho end result In justice,
but violence and the outrage of tbo laws of
justice will meet with inevitable pn'nisb
ment" The governor was often applauded,. and
his remarks as to violence were understood
to be a statement of his attltudo in tho case
of the condemned Anarchists. Everybddy
present inferred from tho governor's speech
that the Anarchists stand a slim chance of
portion,' or' even of commutation of sen
Soldiers Guarding Their Interests.
Chioaoo, Oct 2L The convention of
Illinois Grand Army men was held here
yesterday, about sixty-five posts being rep
resented. It was called by Post.40, of Chi
cago, to meet and take unjted aotipn regard
ing Vb service peusfonbill and form au' as
sociation for the purpose, of advocating1 all
just claims of8oldieny sailors and marines. I
An organization wwaV fOriiled,Aaa oontern
platbd,'andbflloors,wero oloctdd, ' The aaso
ciatiomwillibo.knoTTn'as' 'TTh'GoifVipi Pen
sion .Association of Illinois. "J , A, missionary
conimittoo was appointed to asoor'tain'the
son tl meat Of the'G.-A. R. men throughout
tha state rogardiug soldiers', peu'slon bilL . It
is understood this is jbut a branch, of a Na-,
tfnal organisation yot.to bo'formodV
' I ! II ''
A Texas Prlpter InbarlU. 83,000,000.
Chioaoo, Oct, EL Tbo 'Herald's Waco, '
Texas, special says:i ' Joseph E. Hamilton, a
'printer of this "city. has. fallen befr to an
estate, Hbe amount of- 'wKicb'ls' 6Ver' fcOOO, -000.
.Tbeimoney was Jeft' byi'aniuncla.iwho
went to Calif ornla in H50,i The other day
tho lucky printer received letters from W.
T.- Bliss, public Vdministfatibn 6'f 'Bli'tte
comity,' California, Te'qUbs'tlng'him to'pr'o've ,
his identity ana r or war a, trio pa pars, wntcb
he has dpue, ,Mr, .Hamilton leaves next
wcok for, , California. Ho la a good fellow
The ISncampraant Closed,
CniOAPO, Oof JiL-rTho InternaUonal
Military encampment closed to-day. It U ,
tho guy 0f general regret that while in, a '
muitarysen8e tbd ebtire"prbciedingii df tho
encampment' wore omlneiUy sucoeesfbl, a
Very serious .financial, deficit amounting to
about iW.OIri), lias to bo met " The good'
taitil of the managoment as to tbo oaymeiit
oi tho prizea.won by the" successful oonUst-
. anut iniuuvarionai'UHHwrjrexurciBea-oaa-not.bo
.-kept, or the prizes paid (juntll-i this
shortago is In some, way made, good.
.Sajita j?e,N. ;&L, jfct IJlTerronoa MnU
len, on 'trial at Las Crqoes'N. it, on tha
charge' 6f flahd fraud; admitted' yesterday
that' be waif the; man who bad served a term
for tho crime of attempting; to, steal tbo re
mains of Presidout Lincoln' twenty years
ago,' 'Uo aecuuocj to taiK anouxrnuroonnap-
tloniwith tho crime
further 'than ttiatr ha
was inyoiglod into it
Olllo Takes tha Whole tot
iNDiANAi'OLiH, ina. UOU 1. XUO iJISCl-
pies' convention here yesterday" elooted tho
following otilcors for tho coming year, all of
Ohio: Prosidquty Rev., Isaao Errett) vlco .
prosidonts, Rots. B. M. Joflfonon, T. M. I
Worcester' aiidJ B.O: Dawesso'; recbrd,ing '
secretary, Rov. C. W. Talcott correspond
ing socretary,, Rov, A Molxi'an: treasurer,
W. a Dickinson; auditor, J, F. Wright
Indian apolis, Ind., Oot 31. The
CniCAOo. Oct. . 21. StatO'Attprney urln-
showod to-day what io' thought abpui
in tho Anarchist
GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADJOURNS.
, ., ,,.
XndtanapolU, Indlnna. Baleotod for tha
!Kxt it!ric of 'tha XafgltU of i!bcr.
JfiiikiAroLis,' Minn,,. Q$t Sl.-Tpo'gen.
eral;slotf ht foiSbti ofXabor adjounl
sine dlo ato'clockyosterday. after, ftJpfeg
and harxhlay'J -dlscuMlon. ' Tlio resolution
grahtlng' diyar maker's who belonged; tbttio
onlonrb;Pr'v"ege, of reinstatement witljput
the payment of a' fee, was adopfoJ. It was
decided to'niako nochadgo in the' mdbage
ttient'ot the Jburnal, ami 'tho' maintenance
of a co-oporative fund was made optional
with the local assemblies'. District 'aasom
blios'Will control their own:striko3. -i '
Tho Anaruhista, got anptuer black oyo, as
it was roco'lvoJ, by a voto of. 1 12, to 29, that
Knights' of Labor in parader shall carr'y dono
but the National aud 'stato colors, and' that'
no rod flas shall bo allowed. Tho boIo of
liquor at picnics was alsb -prohibited byl'a
vote of 1(14 to IU . i
Tho cbarcos against Secretary LItchman '
wore ropor.od grouhdless; and tho assombly
knockod out tlio anlis by refusing to strike
out a section .which, provides .that "a post
general master workman shall havo all(tho
rights and privltoges of a ropresontat' e.''
John Morrison; of " District Assombi -120,
N, Y., was loft in the cold, nothing being
dono in tho mattor of v reinstatement The
Troy, N. Y, Ray, a labor paper,, was
stricken from tho list of those indorsed by
Tbe convention will bo bold at Indianap
olis next' year. Tho executivo board1 will
defond tho mombers of D.stript Assom bly
40, arrostod'by the Old Dominion Steamship
company. Tho goheral master workman' was
lnstrUotod to appoint a raombor to take
charge ot. Djitrlct, Assembly 20S,, ,of ,Eag
land. The dato of tbe meeting was changed
to the Tuesday after the sooqnd Monday ia
Novomber. Tho cominittoo on (bianco re
commondod economy in the future.
Nearly all tho delogates were pleased with
tbe work dono. i
Mr. Powdprly said: "In a nutshell,' I
think the legislation passod at the' present
session will be greatly bonoflciol to .the .or
ganization. A good ,mony important
changes in tho constitution hayo booii.roado.
Tho poorer foatures .have boon abolished,
and tbe amendments, adopted will, I think,
In tho end prove to,"bo jtist wfat,wa3 ijooded.
I look for a healthy increase during the
coming year." ,
Hugh Cattnaugb,,ofCincinnati, a strong
administration man, said: "Tbo delegatos (
from my section aro all woll pleased with
tho result of tho assembly's deliberatlbna
Tha feeling ovor tho fight between the ad
ministration men and their 'antis' will all
blow over, and will result in bringing tbo
two factions together in' tbo end."
Baltimore, Oct 31. Theracosat Pem
Hoo to-day uro being run on a traok knee
deop in mud, and under a steady rain. Ths
attendance is small First race, one mile:
Bradford Unit, Catesby Gelding second, Bess
third. Timo VAti 1-4.
Second race, ono and one-eighth milest
Lelex first, Jennie B second. Timo 2:00.
Third race, one and one-half miles. This
was for the citizens' stakes and was the race
of the meetiug". Linden llrst, Fironzt eocotid,
Dunboyne third. Time 2:40 1-3. Mutuali
Fourth race, one and one-sixteenth miles:
Ontario first, Harvard second, Orvld third.
Time 1:'3 1-2.
F fth race, three-quarters of a mle: Phil.
Lee first, Calcra second,
lllue and Gray.
Paduoah, Ky., Oct !il.. Fifteen thousand
visitors atteuded the reunion of tbe Blue
and Gray her yesterday. Merchants and
manufacturers , gave an industrial parade
four miles longv Speeches were' delivered
by Governor 'Biickner, Judge 'William 'Lind
say, Gen. Sam Hill, Maj. Matt Adams, and
local orators. Blue and Gray mingled , in
fraternity of common brotherhood, and no
unpleasant incident occurred.
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Natural G Accident.
HAnfFORD Citt, IuA, Oct 21. Yester
day evening while Josae H. Dowell, presl.
dent of the Gas company of this city, and
M. B. Boyd another officer, together with
Mr, Lennox, a hand employed by tho Gas
company, were attempting to romody so ins
defect in a gasometer, a frightful explosion
oocurrpd that injured, .all tho .gentlemen
named, quite seriously, and Mr. Lonnox
p'robibly fatally. " - "
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Tlio Champion Qunll Kter ut It Again.
Campbellsvillk, Ky., Oct 31. G. C
Flora the champion quail eatsr of America,
yesterday commenced tbp (task of oatiug 100
quails in fifty conseoutive daya Flora ato.
eighty quails lost Boasoh'in forty days'wlta-'
out tha1 slightest sensation1 of nausea, and 'is
confident; that fhe pan .easily boat his, previ
ous' 'reoonL .If he succeeds he rocpivw.tho
sum of' fesod rro'm'a local sy'ndtoatld.
I i ; i i' i1 7 !U"i;. ')
,- A 1'etrolouta Eire., ,
Sak FnANCiilcof Oot it Petroleum,
whlob had boen used for' f del, caught 'fire in
tho Fulton Iron Works, 'last night;, and de-,
strbyod tbo machine shops, with jnsuchma-,
chlnery,, and the castings ,for sslx stoam
ch'oohcrs which bad'beii oompleted."1 Loss
about) 3dO,.X). The Calif ornla' oar wdrks
adjoining were alsoiburnod,' ) Their loss will
bs between igW.OOO and 150,000 , . '
a Long-. Duferred; Jostle. ,.
W.ABHlKOTOff O, H., O., Oct 3J.Mn,
Mary Casey; widow of John Casey, a revo
lutionary war s'oldrir, yesUrday' reoelred
ber pension voucher, and will vreosive ta"
mone'y this week,. . Bbo, recalvpstepo7
back pay, and 313 per month during tha ra
malndar of Hifol 'Tho 'old lady is' In 'treat
need.1' ' j ) ' ' '! 4i t 'X'jh'
Lars-Lara 'Young TVoiaaa Takes iPolsoa.
QHiOAgo, Opt ,81. Mm, StuddiforKL.a
youagfwoman .yf,tw9ny"-,thr6e years,, killed
bersslf yesterday morning. She , had Doe'ri'
engaged to 4 young' man fiamed Wllllim
Booth man; andothey were to have been'
married this month, A few-weeks ago, tha
engagement was broken off,
Tha Garflelds Sufvly Urar.
London, Oct 21. Mrs.' James A. Gar
field and her daughter, "MI'hj Mollie; who
trere passengers on tha' stoamenArlzc-ria
from Naw York, haye, arrived at Liver
pool ' ' ,' .
UeatU of Mrs. David M. ritono. '
NrwYdHK, Oct 21. Mrs. Stono, wlfa
frf DavidMi. Sto'bo, Esq.y of :tho Journal of
Dommtfrce, died at.bpr rosidouoo in Brook
lyn lost night of paralysis of tho heart