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MAYSyiLLE..KY., TUESDAY, ISfOVEMBEB I, I88T.
PRICE ONE OgNT.
'lsadiaaeiWisae WM M IfMmiafna-
effected. H tenda. h Imiklu nntrttloa.
nmbMrih ton of iha arstea, to prepare the ma
jsc napra xrwune.
taieU) And completely tiiircH.Hybpeiiifln. j
ka fom b. 1 1 cm rt burn, Ilclchtti(r Tnatlna tho
food. elo. It enriches ana pnnlloa the blood.nlmn
JUmi tli' jlipntite. and aids the assimilation of food,
Bkv . T IlOBSrrEn. tho honored pastor of tho
FirM tefonne I Church. Baltimore, lid., says:
"U' riff UKIfd Ilrnnm'n Iron lltttAra fn,hnTtiwlB
and I litnstlim I tabo ereat nloasnre In rooom-
"end I it highly. Also consider It a splendid tonio
"i'f ' K'jruHir, inu very Birenfrueninir."
lip.' Josiph O. Burr, Judge of Circuit Oonrt,
Jllni-. Co., Ind.iiya: "I bear most cheerful teat U
tliB 'efficacy of Brown's Iron Hitters for
a. and aa a ton la "
has abore Trade Mark and crossed red Hues
.PIT, Take no other. Made only by
vuimiVAli VU ItiiiTlHOJUu Mi
m Bt. IV. SMITH.
TfcTttwr.aw4l m Awlnnnliltiff nfinl
iMd for tho oainleea extractl on of
ttb. Office on Oonrl Htreet. t)ffdU
Ottiok: Third street, west of Market next
door to Dr. James Buacklefordte.
I House, Blgn and
Graining, Ulaslng and Paper-hanging. All
.wort neatly aud promptly executed. Office
, and shop, north aide o Fourth between Mar
Set and Llmestono, streets. alBdly
A IiIiA.N ID. COLE,
"wiM practice In the courts of Mason and ad
joining counties, the, Huperlor Court and
Court of Appeals.' Speclnl attention islven to
OftUectlons and to Ileal Estate. Court Btreet,
-TJ KNRT MEKQAUB.
" No. 7 M arket Street,
rRELIABLE MERCHANT TAILOR.
, call and examine my samples of Foreign
lad Domestic- goods from the largest bole
Sue nbHBS of Sew York, Butts made to or
tfer on more reasonable terms than any other
"JtA&oln the4 city, and nt guaranteed.
(Court Street, MayavMe, Ky.)
ATTORNEY AT JLaJLyT
W111 practice In the court ot Mason and. ad
,. Joining counties. Iompt attention glveh to
eouecuon of claims and accounts. Also to Fire
Insurance, and the buying, selling and rent
KS of bouse, lots aud lands, and Tta writing
t deeds;roortgages, contracts, etc n6dly
f OABBKTT 8. WALL,
t X. I WOETHIKQTOM
Atom8y and Counselors at Law
l ."W1U practice in all courts in Mason and ad
teSlfig-counties and to the Buporlor Cpur
TOdCourt of Appeals. All collooUons gfvyt
, prompt, attention. novl4dA-
T AW CARD.
J. H.SAlxbb, CommonweaHh'H Att'y.
U. Ii-BALLKXltptary Public
S ALLBB & S AXXEE,
Attorneys ad Counpelors at Law,
i will attend to collections and a general Jaw
wactloe i in Tclytl cases.ln Maaon and adjoining
i Jountlee. F re' Insurance, aud KeaH Estate
Aaents. Ail leuers anawcrcn pjtjiumijt. -Ace
1 1 No.. 12 Court street, Maysvlllc Ky.
Designer and dealer In
i.WeadeUnee. Ac The largest 'stock of.tbt
SXwSnVThe Tbest materiaYand VorH
JLvnToaerSL In tbla section of the sUto, at re
dnced prioes. Thoae wanting work in .Qran.
SS PMrble are Invited to call and sea fo
ttemelvw. Wacnnrt wtrxeU Mavavllle.
BAEBB AND 00NFE0TI0NEB,
loe Cream and Boda Water a specialty.
Vresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de
Itoewl tony part of the city. Partlea and
beddings furnished on short notice. No. t
KENTUCKY s TELEPHONE ? COMPANY
Has connection with the following places:
Ofnyavlllo, ne'eur. . "Hvet,
. .. in- n cu tlnltnn. TWw
Oflice in iMnynvuie-r ?"- r w
floods Btoro, No. 8 Kasl Second street.
mn PRINTING oi every denorlptlon neatly .
! 1 3 S1I?I Ul'""
GHANGES IN THE CABINET.
SPECULATlOh AS TO WHAT 18 LIABLE
to tae place.
A Humor that Secretary Imtbkt ff 111 M
Appointed to tha Saproraa Ilenoh, and
Ttiat General Vila Will aarn the Poat
pfllce Department Otharlfewa.
Wahuioton, Nor. 1. Much speculation
is being indulged ' in hero with regard to
cabinet changes which may be tho .outcome
of Secretary Lamar's nppolntmont to the
supremo bench. It has been intimated that
Postmaster Goneral Vilas will leave tho
postofflce department to assume the interior
portfolio, and Assistant Postmaster Steven
son is spoken of as his successor. There U
probably no foundation for this rumor.
Jlr. Vilas wild yosterday, in langungo
more forcible than olegant, that the storios
printed rolativo to this change wero the
merest guess work. "It IjWero to disclose
anything that I might know with regard to
tho president's intensions," ho said, "1 would
deserve to bo dismissed from the cnbinet I
am freo to say, lrowover. that thesa ro ports
aro idle speculations, based on nothing. "
A prominent official of the interior de
partment said: "Secretary Lamar will go
upon tho. supremo bunch in the courso of a
few weoks. Of that thoro can be no doubt.,
Tho president recently said in addressing a
delegation of politicians who had called to
press the claims of a well known Democrat
for the position that tho newspapers bad
already dechlod the matter for him, and
that he was willing in this case to abide by
their declsiou. It is accepted as a settled
fact in this department that Secretory
Lamar is soon to resign, and plans are being
made accordingly. Of courso the question
of his successor is an absorbing one, but it
is generally believed that the president will
not choose an outsider at this juncture. I
have noticed the rumors with regard to Col
Vilas, but took no stock in them. He is
congenially located whare ho is, and oould
not hope to add to his reputation in a singlo
year in this doparttnant.
"Assistant Secretary Muldrow will Un
questionably bo seleotoil as Mr. Lamar's suc
cessor. His familiarity with the work of
tho eoveral branches of this great office,
tireless industry and his entire accord with
the present administration of the depart
ment eminently lit him to oarry on tho re
forms which Secretary Lamar has inaugur
ated. He has labored faithfully to add to
the credit of his chief, and it would bo a
very gracoful act for Mr. Limar to urge
upon the president the advisability of tho
appointmont. I know that Mr. Lamar ex
pects tho president will tender the promo
tion to Mr. Muldrow."
Interior department officials are of tho
opinion that J. D. O. Hawkins, the present
second assistant, will be given tho vacauoy
occasioned by tho elevation of Mr. Muldrow
to tho secretaryship. There is a well organ
ized movement among Indiana politicians,
however, to urge upon tha pretidant tha ap
pointment of Assistant Land Commissioner
Stockslager as first assistant secretary. A
gentleman from that stata said to-day:
"I believo that tho president expects to
appoint an outsider to the place. This will
b? a Very unwiso move for the reason that
a new man could be nothing but a figure
head in that position jfprj a year to oome and
would seriously embarrass the work of tho
department. Mr. Stocks lager is thoroughly
acquainted with tha land questiou, whioh
constitutes the most important work put of
oillce, and of the general ailairs of the de
partment.'' Opposition to tha Western Union.
Wabhinotom, Nov. L--Senator Cullom,
who"is In Ui'is''oify, Is strongly in favor of
the government controlling the telegraph
iystSmsof tho;cflun'try ana will give his at
tention to the construction of a bill touch
ing, the matter , this, winder, nqw that tho
interstate law is off his hands.' He does not
believe in purchasing the Western Union,
but thinks that the govern inoni should con
struct its own lines and run the system fii
connection with 'the postal system.! This
could be done for $20,)03,000, according to
estimates furnished by many electricians.
A syndicate composed .of, tho leading jour- I
nals of'ihe oountry now propose 'to buy the
United linos. Tho cities represented aro
New York, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, 'Chi
cago aud St. Louis. Tho papers in these
oitles now expend annually over SI. 000, 000
for tolls, and the construction of additional
southern lines is proposed.
The Anarchist UeoUlon.
WASHiNQTO.f, Nov. L Chief Justice
-'Waite has announced that a decision in the
Anarchists' case will bo ruuderod by
Public Debt ltoductlon, i
Washington, Nor. I. The public debt
reduction for October will be unusually
large probably approaching $15,000,000.
Trying to 'Gat "Olronlatlitn.
Tocsoii, Arl&i Nor. ' L The Star pub
lishes a letter from , tho Mormon Bishop
Clawsdn to Mormon rotors, urging them to
subscribe for, the Phenlx Qasetto as a paper
friendly to their cause. The Gazette is
partly pwned by Governor Zulick andother
territorfal officials, and tho Star alleges that
there is a corrupt understanding between
the officials and the church in regard to leg
islation. Indiana" Miners' Strike Over,
Vincknnes, Ind., Nor. L Tha miners'
strike at Washington, Daviess county, is
about to end, and all the minors are ax
pected to return to work soon. Nearly
eight hundred miners struck over a month
ago for what is called.' the Columbus toale
arid pay every two. weeks. Other miliars
in southern Indiana followed, and orer two
hundred men quit work in various count Us
couth of the Ohio & Mississippi railroad.
They got nearly all they asked.
Lowered the Three-Year-Old It-cord.
BAN Fhanoibco, Nor,' 1. At tho Bay
District track Saturday af terhoii, Governor
Band ford's Sable Wilkes, ncco.nipanjed by a,
running mate, started to beat tlm thieo-year-old
record of 2;1! 1-1, And s.ucceodod
In making tho first quarter lu -H5 uocohds,
half liiilo In lji'. 'j-3, three-quarters in 1:44,
and tho milo en!ly In li;18.
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
A$te,,-"PrM Vjnt ?"' Child Chloago Ilalnic Posted With A.arahUtU
iXWnyth0!" mntA Jn" After P. Mottoes W Workman.
-J'WPHWAT!, tAi r- L "Ph, dont, CmoAOb, Nor. 1. The sheriff and ,tti
5fmWJiQ'J?mjnlWratnl" polfce.department wera considerably ' aU
TJWiWere 'J WH. agonled, cries heard at "f ye'sUrday by tha circulation frohVak
iH IJrp.wpo street, .at 8 a. m. The voce was 'unknown source, t.irough tho malls, of U
that of a. boy, and Jbe cries, were louder and 'r0tlowtngrculjlr; which is without slrfn.
loudr until the last cry of mamma Jn- j;ura or identification:
.crassed into a despairing shriek. Two dull TT6TJOB! WohttlNOMiw: Will you, as
.sounds were hoard, but little to bo noticed WOrkiugmen of Chicago, allow 'champions
In tho nnisa and confusion of a great city 0f your legitimate rights, who are uow'cdn
,like this. They were tho death blows of flne4 in jail undorsentenoo Of death brought
jwo human beings a poor womon to be
pited for her husband's sins and her inno
Tho mother was a suicide; the ohild had
boon murdered by her hands. Tho mother
had akon her ten-year-old child out of its
bed and had thrown her out of tho third-sto'.-y
window, and had then jumped out
after her. Tho child was bruised about the
body audo internally injured that her
. death is only a question of hours. Tho
mother foil head foremost upon the brick
paving by the side of hor child. Tho brains
were dashed from the left side of her head
and sho was instantly ushered into oternity.
Tho woman was Kate, the thirty-two-year-old
wife of Charles Miller, the saloonist
of Court and Central avenue. The girl was
his daughter, Lio.a, aged ton. Tho one who
uttered tho agonized shrioks upon beholding
the tragedy was bis sun Alvin, aged twolvo.
The cause of the wife's horrible act was tho
husband and father's drunkenness, neglect
Hunting Fur a Murderer.
Hkjxin, Ala., Nov. L Sunday two
lynching parties scoured the county for
Richard Mayo, who murdore.l R. C. Orr in
this town Saturday night. During the day
one of tho younger Mayo3 was drinking
with Orr. Richard Mayo heard of it, and
demanded that Orr should not drink with
his brother any more. Orr went home and
went to sloop, from whioh be was awakened
' after nightfall by Dick Mayo, who stood
over him with a drawn bowie knife, cursing
ana swearing, wrr jumpea oub or. ooa anu
grappled with his antagonist, disarming
him after having received several ugly cuts.
Mayo then' went away breathing vengoance.
About 10 o'clock a call was heard at Orr's
gate, as if somebody was in distress. As
soon as Orr stepped out of his door to
answer tho call threo shots were fired at
him in rapid succession, one of whicn pene
trated his heart. With a yell of delight
Mayo rushed forward, and taking a good
view of his victim disappeared in the dark
ness. The citizens were at once aroused and
organized a party for immediate pursuit. A
second party went out Sunday morning.
They both exprossed their determination of
lynching the murueror.
An Aeronaut's Frightful Death.
St. Louis, Mo,, Nor. 1. At tho closing
performance of Pine's "Last Days of Pom
peii" a terriblo accident occurred, resulting
In the death of Antonio Infantes. Suuday
night being tho last of the season for the
spectacle, Antonio Infantes proposed to
make a balloon ascension. t Shortly after 0
o'clock the balloon, a hot-air affair, was
brought outo tho immeuce stage before the
audience of 3,000 people. The air-ship
started upward quickly and hod attained a
height of 00 foot when there was a collapse
aud the aeronaut pliinged to the ground,
holding desperately to the ropes which held
tho sagging canvas. Tho descent was very
rapid, and as he came down before' the'audi
buoo he was thrown .upon an iron rod from
which rocke'ts 'were being fifed: .Death en
sued immediately. The hcvrlfled spectators
rushed to the scene, but could give no aid,
and the place was quickly deserted, the
"Last Days of Pompeii" euding with a hor
K. of I, Executive Hoard Berene.
FiiiriAUKty'inAIfor. 1, The first meet
ing of the executive, board of the Knights
of Labor since tho holding of the Minueapo
Ufl con van tion takes pla co to-day". The effect
of tha squalled manifeato'iissued by J. R,
Buchanan, of the Chicago Labor Enquirer.
who was not' permitted to 'take a seat at the .1
bUUTOUUUU, Mil nUlUU Uinb VTibU iud ajj- j
proval ot'several other disappointed dele-,
gates, has created no perooptible Impression
here. Secretary Lltohman says it is not
even likely' to' be mentioned in any official
way at the mooting. It is reported here to
day that Distrlot Assembly No. 1S6 will be
reinstated, and that this is tho most impor
tant matter coming up before the board for
discussion. So far as the "kickers" are
concerned,; it la felt here that thoy have no
influence likely to lead to a disturbance of
tho onlor, and that it would afford goneral
satisfaction If they sever their connection
with it, as they threaten to da
To He Charged to Drink.
New Youk, Nov. 1. -Tho inmates of the
tenement house No. 2J1 North Eighth street,
Williamsburg, were startled about U:l
p. m. yestorday by several pistol shots
tho apartments of Louis Phallor, aged
twenty-seven, a barber. On entering Phai
tor's rooms they found Mrs. Lizzie Phailer
lying on tho floor dead, shot through the
left breast by her husband. She had died
instantly. Phailer was also lying on tho
floor. Ho had shoe himself through the
head after ' killing his wife, and died about
midnight without regaining consciousness.
Ha had boon, driuking heayUy.of late, and
had noglected to provide for his family. His
wife asked him for money, which led to tho
Twu Men Mown to Shreds.
..Botth, Mont., Noy. L One of tho most
terriflo .explosions .that over occurred in a
mine happened yesterday at ,ynacoada,
which resulted In tha; .death of two men,
Jeremiah Lynuh and Daniel O'Brien. It
seems these two men wont whore fifty
pounds of giant powder was deposited, and
by some mysterious means this destructive
llement was exploded. Their bodies wero
.literally torn to shreds; not enough of either
body was recovered to show the somblance
of a man. Both were married and had fam
ilies living in this city.
I , Clirlatnnliiij of nn Iufuut Connteaa.
fTE'w Y6nK NW. L Countess Ganie
irilcelta. Luollta Belgrade. Mary Roso Ange,
the.Duchess. IJ'Anxy'H infant, was christened,
Sunday .morning in tho Church of St. Vin
cenj do Paul, Tho. godfathers wero Secre
tary Lanaar and United States Marshal Mo-
Mahon. Mrs. Lamar was tho godmother.
The Duchess D'Anxy is a niece of Secretary
'about absolutely by public clamor occa-
slonod by grossly exaggerated and ficticious
statements of tne capitalistic press, to bang!
It would bo damaging to this land of
boosted civilizition. Worklngmen, if these
champions are to hang on t no 11th of No
vombor, rise in your might and effect their
rescue. Tho independence of the United
States wus brought about by tno uso of
bombs nnd flreurms, Thoy aro effective
Forewarned is forearmed. Any action that
may bo dflluitely determined upon should
bo kept secret until proper time. It Is not
all probablo thnc tho militia wdl be on tho
scono of any attempted 'exocniion, 'ibis
notice ii nut intended for any who aro not
in syt.npaty with the condemned men.
Further notico will be given later on.
A copy of tho circular was shown to
Sheriff Matson yesterday. He had no Idea
who was distributing tho seditious sheet,
asjd declined to epress bin opinion on its im
portance for n day or two.
Capt. Sobaack was of the opinion ..that it
had emated from tho brain of some "crank"
who might havo acces to a printing press.
Kakhab Citv, Ma, Nor. L Tho largest
convention of cattlemen and stoc.c breeders
ever assembled in the United States is how
in session here, having formally commenced
proceedings tnis morning. Moro than 'a
thousand delegates are in attendance, and
invitatious have boi issued to over five
thousand representative cattle dealers' In
various parts of tho couutry to join ;tn tho
movement of the National Cattlo and Horso
Growers' association to localize tno cattle
and packing trade and traffio further west
ward. For so mo timo past Armour and
other groat packers of Chicago have recog
nized the growing advantages offered by
Kansa- City as a central distributing point
for meat products, and have already estab
lished branch bouses aud depots here. Tho
convention has business before it likely to
lost several duys. Its deliberations will bo
watched with great interest by railroad
men, as well as by tho eastern pickers. . It
is reported that whenever the outcome of
the great convention may bo in other direc
tions, it will lead to a speedy development
of tho cattle trade and Industries bore aud
p-nve of incalculable interest alike to the
tuty aili tiat
Tiiu Indian Troubles.
Cuow Aoenoy, Mont., Nov. 1. Maj.
Snyder, wit throe troops pf the Fifth in
fantry, left Fort Custer Saturday morning
and arrived at the agency about noon, just
in time to prevent what seemed to have
been a preconcerted attack on tho single
company of thirty-four men stationod here.
At 10 a. ,m. a large party of Indians undor
the leadership of. Sword Bearer rods up
close to the bluffs just abovo the camp and
held a council. In a few moments parties
pf four Indians each rode down towards the
ramp, completely surrounding, it. , The
whole' bunch of, Indians then drew their
rifles out of the, slings on their saddles and
just as woy pejgan malting inreatenlug
motions the head of ''tho column ht 'Mai
Snyder's command appeared. The Indians
Immediately withdrew. Tha cavalry are
expected to move to-day.
Time for Action.
Charleston, S. C, Nor. j.-r-Mortgagce
on hundreds of thousands of acres of farm
ing land in this state in favor .of tho.Corbin
Banking company, of New York, and' the
Land comnanr mature soon, and
there is much discussion as to whether some- as. the" fire was 'very Intense, owing Vb'tbe
thing can not bo done to prevent foreclosure, 'vast amount of crude' "and Voflned oil stored
bywhich the lands u would pass into, the
hands of these alion comnanlea. The rnaa
.of interest on the); mortgages is from 10 to
20 per oont, and the fariifera in ninacases
out of ten are unable to pay any of tho
principal. The legislature will be urged1 to
enact some measures, to, protect the uuf 6r
tuba to farmers, and it is thought that tho
mortgages con be doclared void on thfe
ground of usury. ,
- The WhHle Catch.
San Francibco, Nov. L This season has
proved most successful for the Pacifio
whalers. The catch reported up to date is
215 whales, which at on average of 95,000 to
a fish, makes the total value of the catch
11,825,000, which is tho largest for many
years. It has also, been a particularly
fortunate season in tha fafit that nn vrunli
I were lost which is an unusual record,
TWbon tho news of the failure of the whalers
in me Auauuu was aiaue puuiic is was uo
lieved that tho prices of oil and bone would
be considerably enhanced, but .tha extra
ordinary catch on this side of the continent
will tend largely toward keeping prices at
their normal figures. I
Collision Thraa Killed.
( .Eiuk, Pa., Nor. 1. A frightful collision
occurred' on' the Nlokel Plato Suhdaveiat of
,Ne York 'state 'line, near the 'scene of 'the
uisuter oi oepteinuer, ioto. xwo iraigutc,
rimnine tweutv miles an hohfc ifln..K0Pf,9?rSPSw, m.,ln?,? ? '"SP
WgetW wlthrr,ble iuUa 'EhfctnW T
lieax Ulayton, oi the east-bound train, and
Fireman Alorton, of the wost-bound train,
Vera' burled lit the wreck, 'and we're ground
but of human semblance; EngiiieeV Booth,
'of the west-bound' train, was terribly
crdsbed, and can' hardly recover. 'A' ears-
less telegrapher neglected fo side-track bno
of the trains for tha otbar. Tha victims all .
lived Lonneaut, O.
National Ilafak to Close,
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 1. A circular
issued Saturday calling a meeting of tha
stockholders of the Third National bank, of
this city, for tho purpose of going Into
liquidation. Tho officials of tho concern say
bat the bank is perfectly solvent, and tha
depositors will be paid up in full Tne
cause of tho closing of tha bank was the
failure of Rood & Maxwell, at Washburn,
Thoy held that Arm's paper for over $200,
000. CulborUon, one if Albany's wealthiest
citizens, and ono of the largest stockholders,
,s ln lbo city R,ld m &"Uno charge of tho i
bank's airairs. .
FIFTY PEOPLE DROWNED.
FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE
Tha ,8teamer Vernon .Wracked
Carrying; With It AX Iler Passes
jers and CrewNo ono Escapes to Tail
tha 8torjA 1.1st of the Known Lost.
Chioaoo, 111., Nor. l. The large rssoa
gar steamer Voruon, of tho Northorn Michi
gan line, went down in Lake Michigan dur
ing Saturday's fearful storm, on hor return
from northern ports. Fragments of her
have been picked up, but it is not bollovod
that a single soul escaped. As no register
of passengers was kept the loss is unknown,
but is estimated at fifty persons. ' .
Tho last plnco tho Vernon stoppod was at
Northport, whero she took on a load of
staves for Milwaukee. The steamer cost
fUft.OW, and some claim that to. attain,
great speed hor builders had sacrificed sta
bility. Copt. Moran, of the steamer Superior,
passed some of the patsongers and crow o
ti e ill fated Vernon, who wero in a yawl,
but could do nothing for them, as tho Su
perior was badly dfsablod. It was bitter
cold on the lake, and it is not likely any who
chanced to escape in small boats could sur
vive tho night.
Late laH night the schooner Blazing Star
arrived in Cuicago 'and "reported haylnc
paised through a' groat quantity of wreck
ago at I o'clock Saturday afternoon. Tha
crew counted tho bodies of ten dead men,
each with a coric life' preserver strapped
around it They also saw a living nloa
perched on top of the roof of a cabin. Ht
was shouting for help, but although, his
cries could be distinctly heard the crow of
the vessel say they were powerless toronder
any assistance Tho schooner 'Horace ' H.
Badger' passed through the wreckage later
in the day and sighted two bodies.
Probably not less than thirty and perhaps
fifty persons periahod with the steamer.
The exact number may never be krio'v'n.
Only one list of tho passengers and crew
was kept, and that was aboard of the Ver
non. There is no survivor to tell the story.
The managers of the line say the crow num
bered between twenty-three and twenty -six,
and thoy know the names of only eight
Wheeismen, firemen and deck-hands are
changed so frequently that no effort is made
to keep a list of them.
The following is a revised list of tho lost;
Clifford Baumgras,.of Chicago, passonger.
Mrs. Sarah Durkin, of Chicago, passenger.
Miss Kate Gallagher, of Macinac 'Island,
Mrs. Dunleavy, of St James, Beaver Is
fiapt George Thorpe, of Ogdensburg, N.
Capt John Sullivan, of Chicago, mate.
Capt Higgins, of Chicago, second mate.
P. W. Burke, clerk, eldest son of ono of
tho owners of the line.
Charles Murr-au, fit st engineer.
Frnnk M. Hall, of Chicago, second en
gineer. Martin Beau, steward.
Henry Beau, porter, a brother of Martin.
Cincinnati Visited by Another Hlr Hlnzo.
Cincinnati, Nov. 1. A very destructive
t Are broke out at 1:40 p. m. in the cellar .of .
t- .- nJiS.i ttAi, AzLiS.il:
the American Cotton Oil Stock co'mnanv'a
building, on Sixth street,' between Cufre'rt
and Broadway. .The "flames wero first dis
covered Issuing from a portion of thef cellar
where three' hundred-barrel tanks of 'oil
were stored. , An alarm of fire was(at once
turned in, and was followed by a second
and third alarm' "cbmbirted, calling 'all' tha
engines in the 'city, 'except tho reserves,' to
the rescue. It was soon found that hothinsr
oould be done towards savincr the btiildlncr
'on every floor and in th two" cellars of "tho
immense buildincr. The dame shot unwarrl
in vast volumes, forming a terrible tfe'ry
pile which it was impossible to approd'ek
owing to the immense heat The spectacle
was terrifically grand and awe-inspiring.
The structure which was thus being con
sumed was. four stories in height besides
the two 'collars, and covered an area of one
hundred and fifty feet by sixty in size.
There was an immense quantity of oil In
stock, worth fully f5n,000, ull of which went
up in a vast sea of ilamo. Tho burned 'build
ing with contents was valued at $150,rOuO
and is pnly partially insured The policies
are mostly placed in Globe and New York ,
Insurance companies '
' At l:5o p. m. it was feared that the flames
would spread to the adjoining architectural
iron works.owned by J. C, Walton &,Ca,
and also to the Ireland Manufacturing com
pany's promises, near by; Throo dwellings,
owned by John Frey, of tho Donnison houso,
wero also in imminent danger, and the , ef
forts of the firemen were directed altogether
towards saving these structures. 'Abouli'thk
time tw6 largo tanks exploded with a terri
ble noise,, bio wing up part of the, building;
and creating a great panla Among the
dpec'tatora rumors of death in the fire were
rife: ' ' d
The origin of tho fire is ankuown,bu,t it is
supposed to have been the result of' sponta
neous .combustion in, the cellar.. The south
terrible crash, but no oho was hurt
1 ) i'f
Liverpool Merchant Locked TJp.
CincAao, NovI'L 'Mr; Alired Haywood,
m Liverpool merchant, said to be worth' over
100,000,, spont, Saturday night in a cell at
' Wsied at the! tanci of h fome'r finDloVa.
tne. county iaii in mis city. He was ar-
whr. lii hnn V imiau ,u. -.,.i. m
for 1500, in order thatbe might give bail so
as to satisfy any judgment that' might be
fbund' against him "when' the case cade to
trial Owing to the ''lateness of the'hour
. "when tho arrest was made Mr. Hey wood
was, unable to find bondsmen, and so was
'compelled to accompany a deputy slior.-.' to
uis jou, wiiero no remained uiiiii morning.
Hound Over For Murder.
Madison, Ind., Nov. 1. Frank Schelert,
Jailed Saturday night on a charge, of mur
der for killin? Frank Bmfth, was brought
Wrfr Judtfo Frledlay on a
wfit ot uaooas
corpus, and admitted to balit witn consent
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