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'rill',HI,UINJIMi:iilK)lJl)M10 Vol. VI. No 1(1. 1
i n i: m'liinu i-'i UI..I ii i:ii' iiiic vi.a.i. n. 37.-.f
Sl'UlNC.FnOLl), ()., MOXDAV MOTiiVLNTG, OCTOJiRR 2G 1885
PRICE TJIliKE CENTS
Vai iMiirn-, ) t ill I or Ohio Valley nnl
luineMti, fair wrather, nrluM w ItnU. ipnerii
If fm it n u Hi to eit In 0e Olili vnlli y, end
rXMitliwe.t In Ifnnww, k Unity warn rr In rnnl
tort Ion unit it ittonnry U iiiriitiire In tt nr
Want ii cook,
W ant a Sftleatiiaiif,
Want a tenant ,.,
VSnnt to rent a More,
ttanl to fell ft pUno,
Want tu Mil a li trnt
Want to Imit or poll a .minn,
Want a u h boarlm liuus.
W ai t to IpihI or borrow money,
W ant to buy n net on I hamt (arrU(
Want to Hi I anything )ou bavv lout,
nt to IitkI aptrtyt I nrsiolcn animal,
ant 1 1 fin I mi otirr for anith titf (mm 1,
tou mil it i it i inily throuKti Uw Vein It- column
Kor three Hip airprtlxuiucnt one day. IV, on
thlr.'d I ncli a J I It ton al line one ilay V , one
wrk IS All AlOHirM MI.VT4 Al'I'rAH
IN llfllll M JUS ISO AMiKU IM MI1I(NH
at one Imrye lhU Ke In iiallty WlimertiQiii of
a lhrtHnt a t?. nlMiinfnt for M eeuti or two
llKortlotifi for Hct n t.
U. aSIm Hit Mlli)u with mjui( (jool Krutery
or in mil9 i n It una in tbu city W til It ml
i tiif lo). i S-i Mf nut unary, an I an lt koM dty
n f. r ine Adlirtanr Cdll at ilj tioulh Fattory
at nit lit
Ur VNII t Mph an I woiiun to Mutt a new
tnnin mat tlnlr hoiut v Mly learim. lit
an boitr no 1 lllug 1 k io oo tn hour nude
Jut turn or neilii ieii I lit for il mmp e i
ami n ti ktit uf nuicrial to ttminit iko vkjtk oh
Aillrcii Viiit-rlcan ii iljr n , lbuiy, N l3h
W M Ll) I'lno t T buy Will y iah fur
M Kxl Imtiutiient. Aililusn Hewitt, this ffiif.
' A N 11 l ltoanllnt; horots at thti Arcade Yeed
niilHtlft I 7 Markilt lit1-
U AMI t.lrl t m1ukmi rul bonawurk (ier
If man pn te rre 1 luqulruof C1(a4 a. SOoi',
Hi llihit lit
11 AMI Ii-All to know tliat the firm of Win,
iMrhlaKon (if Dicbl Is at 73 . I 7i
I Hkt Main .So tut if t lists Muoiu. 9iu
An I rU milium ii lor uurxvry itock. aIary
M or cuuitiitMl in paid, ilea ly ami loyinfnt
jutisitt-fld Writ for ter ni atontA. (' .tnileil
1 (Irthan. Numerymen, KorlnatPr, N. V. Hx t
1 it iWiulis ut-n .tt on f d li-ffinMruwn
Hnw , .Surpt rymen, Uxlimter, W 1 t'Cj 1 u
IIAMKI) -Vourirf Uliti lo buy utir fl 23 tine
U kl 1 shoe iiiticr thj9 iupd pell them at 93
Lyuih, 31 Witt Main 249 ti
IITANILD ouiKnien total! an 1 nee our.ll W
M fine lre Mioo t ther h w dealer tell them
lit J 50 I, y tnli, 11 Wtot Main ts) it
ANlrD An a live man or woman In etery
month an I uponses, or cuiumUnlon Ftenifi
lujitiT in nun u ir kioui naiary ao vt
iunjTiiiu vuiul ir,o ror mil tarucuiars aj
(JrPi,HrM 1.U&ILVKK WAHK On.lMr n,
llf N f 1 -heryb(y j K?t their carwta
I! cl Miie 1 bt f ir So I. ai we close then until
lieit -1'fin IImi riiuli-! 1 Me inn aret It I
n, Worlrn Km kwf atreet, est of kh worku w 1
ral to and return cr et tu a oi t lnre fur tart
atfi iiikrrfin litiiiU a yar I an 1 ltnu el rents
It r running jar I ie ui i tr al or lers left at n
ol the arj tfciorviwiil rttetve roini t alter tlon,
mi 1 bun H till II A It WUllOIOMh
ro n t m Iatc
11 iM t-1 uU!jk ladies In city tr country to
If wurk for us at their hornet, fasclnatlnrf em
ploynient no lotru lions to buy, work rante
eut by mail listancno oljtctionj, 9o lo f i per
weok ran l made tio cariTaasiuic, partkulari
frw, oi sample of work mallet for four cents In
tamps i lossuldres, Homu MaNuracTURiiiM
Co , Mslon, Mftaa , V O Ifcia i'J16 6 I
Mill ItrM Hrl V homo lth 7 rooma and cet
1 i ir, in or t li
1 1 iif; In iuire of
W ( lui ev at I'
"i e li
VOL Kf M ItrU k loHb tutiurfU family, uiii
X1 and wife preferred tddrow UTtl rajtory Kt
t'Olt Ul 1 Nue furnlshel front rotjm on
Lluirato ie street t(wtii Main and Coin tuhla ,
will re tool to r-sjoiisih e pirtlts can at no
le I liutnto ieSt Utf
t'OK HhM -At JjtenUi er niiiith, a flue, lare,
brick hotieof lUroiun In 1 luua We sll you
a nice drtsisho f ir 2 J that otner dealers wnt
ll V) lo nt.li, 31 Wem Main jsy tf
L'tU. Hll hi ap( Kool No 'irook slete In
f 1 rh I order and but little utl Ukuj tut
to m-k Hie f r rune W l I bu sold cheap Ad
ilrt-t' I 1 1 lobe Itepulllc 111
I HilsAl I lfurfs in ult busies, wagons for
r naleat naJe rale Mblo, 7 N Market M
v 1,-UI- Mac k cult )'R ol I, well hrd.
F M (kdliHril lUmiltoiiian K ' I sle) er, will
dmt Mtilt or in le a tinu ctrriae h rt , ali-o
a carriage wllltarry six lertoiis and a ujuhle
h rn una d Milky all in k t or ler , will tell
tlit ,ij 1 i julrtj al 111 Hon th Le liter al 1 I C
LUiU 1 I- A house that must be in o Ted frmo
r tlm 1 t it n unison dJreit Mrs J 1
HI H S M lan HUli si lUam
nolM 1 I- Ijitistd tUns In A nr an 1 table, oil
r l ti" mat it la raita grale repairs WM
Iilr III S (ai 1 " l-xti Main 9am
L1 M Ji ferth Jere to an 1 heller calf,
T ruth sblil fa tol r a ply to It ir Jlamiin,
National Itoal taslotnly n tf
riUlt hAl &-ladlea' tine dress shoo for f., other
T dealt rs sell them at W Lynch, 3LWet Main
S KIKP'S AI,K.
1)1 lt-l AM to the toiuinau 1 of ei'Llltfon of
sa e ihhuuI from the court of comiuou pitas of
t.Urk touuiy, i hio aiiltoue directed an! de
llvt re 1,1 uil otler f r salo nt puidk auction on
the pre Hints (touiheat c rner of hast and Mound
Blriets, III lle city of - rii K'ild, Ohio) on
Hiilurtlfi), Oi t. .11, A. I. IHMT,
tloclok hi the MluwiiitC destribtd mort
KHhe 1 J reiulM to Hit
Hiliuted hi ttit county ol ( lark state tf Ohio
an i hi iht uty of -j r ngOt-ld and hoim Ittd aud
destrilifit at full wn
lltlnjf ft No "l" at tame it nnmterel and
del; ale I on William V hit ley splat uf his ad
diti nt tin diy of r rn K'el 1 model luly I,
lbr. ill wiiuiiM. pju -), lat records of Llark.
Ihealovf le rlbcd premlsea will b oflered as
oi o HrH ll, fed oil of tha north si le. ol the
I leuiuesof lot So t 10 netond, bo residue ot
aal I I it No 17 1) and thirl as a whole, an 1 will
te s I In a aa that will realize the moat
I e above deiicrit cd premises appralned aa fol
low I he. tlt I tt o t o the utrtl l io of the
j rem) s of I t So (i api mtit d at SJ (xl
Hi naltlueof hhiil lot o t,7IU an raise 1 at
lh-whole of said lot No .1,710 api raise 1 at
ri 1 1 alo e ib srr 1 1 I i rem is i h to be not 1 by or
tier ol the uHirt i f (oiliiioii pita tit Clark county,
Oiii in rant Si " ju, wherein I lien I Lasl y,
fit utrtx of rili wrt X I atley, dui anei i tain
till an IJohn r lUrkky et at are defendants
itrius of sale, eh
Wniuu 11 IUkkh,
hlierlll of Hark (.oui ty hlo
J HINiii Joiimm Aitorneva ulhu
hill UIKl'i SA1 K
1)l!llHL KNT to the commandaof an execution
ol nalt isttie i from (he Court of Common 1'teaa
of ( lark ro imy, Ohio, and to me diredt 1 and de
llvtr I, 1 ill teller for sale, at j u the iclion at
the south d ir of the ( ourl House, of sal 1 county
In tht city of r rhmfiel I, Ohio, on
h-ttut(lt, NtieiiilHr "1, A. I, IH,
at one u Iim L 1 1 , the following des rihed mort
If aiid i rem isi s, to h it
H tu lei in the county of Clark, In the State 1 1
Ohl i an I lu the city of rli k el 1, and oun te 1
au 1 tiestrlb d as fillows, vlr Hein lot niim
terel f it) foiirhuudrel and fuuriten O'M as
thesamt iKiiumhertil and d iu itt 1 on ilai 11
tiard j Iji if ols in his w 1 lulu i loss 1 1 tiiy, and
r. r lei in tol '-', h Saud hi In ihttlteiordol
l'( i of 1 tat l t laiL fou ,y tihlo
hull abovu destrlhed p tin Is s ai i raised at
-l alnvedtscill e 1 1 rem lies tol e al I by ordei
of llioto rt f (4)in nun I'Jeas rf la k county,
Ohio iiHUM-Nu (i.7, h rein Ilium M Hher
and I uuIh h Milton, pailnera as WiUIhui M
r i" r i , piuiniins, oniainei unniin ot he
amount due h m from William 8. 8 ruley de
li tl i i
lerm of salt Lath
Will MM II rUKFK,
Kherttl of Clark (.'ounly, Ohio
It l iimjin tltornev. 13 llm
a "" 3 i. i
MahlMsa Ja( kmin, 1 Irt ,
John I- IIi-iskm, Heft
II 'oie W A Hlo it, Jusd u of the IVaco of
HU'wtell loaushlp t lark County Ohio
Hi 'h t M -M-i-iulnr, A l,lfc, said Jus
titti t-. ued au order of ailttLltintnl in the above
action fir the sum of fet 1 u
OkuhuKA ItkklU), Attorney for tlfl
u elHlhUFIKblii Outu, bept V Hi A.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Amos moi.m:, " " " ' "" "
AlTIIHMr IT I AW.
"i N. si MMI Its,
il . ATltrHNKY AT l.KVt ANItCITY RntlClTMIt,
(oimiif rcial Untitling, I linfton Ht.
. ATTUHNIir AT I AW,
H'tuttiPwin cnrtiff Main nl MmMtonc.
1) .i. ciTiiTi niimi,
. AT1IRKY AT LAW,
No II Arcane
VMMII.I'II OI.I.M t,
AlKlHNkr AT I AW,
i (ii'iiTni it ir ii 1 1 im7i, ii.tiiiiKi nn
fj. Wllllh (IKIH-IIH,
ATTOHVKII AT I W M M I luinlonoBt.
CI K. C()Sl Itil.,
. iikntai rARtriRn,
It k.it.. .1 A f. Mllilioll Hlock.
HK. IXIM II,
lUKitim II 17, Arrale rinllJlnu
I I), noi
1 Houth Market t
J', siulli UunnUine Ht.
rn a. I.KHI-,
H I(..r Main ami Market HH.
r ii. siiitii,
MKKVKi l)V AdllNO TiCKTH CAI PED
WITHOUT I A IS
r. ,mkii, '
, KULL I ISR OF (OSPANIK4,
PHYSICIANS AND SUROEONS.
riiviriAN Ann at iiofoh,
2)11 W Main at Kullencelli W.Jlaln.
IIS. Ill't KINdll tM .t IIIMOMI,
I HYSIOAr AND lUKOKffNI,
ii HucKlnnlialil Hlock.
I STIN A HUDSON
1'IIYiUIAI.a AND l ROKON,
10(. IWal Main Ht
1ILS. III. I.I. A IIUI.ICK,
Telrphone IW No V, Fat High Ht
J, PinIClAS AND SUROKOV,
lloom7 Mil lull Block
KMll IIM IM1S,
I HYSUIAN AM) t ROKOS,
No 7 Hiuklngham Block
I (. I ,
f J I MYICIAS AND RUkOKOV,
2: h High St IU.IJence 177 1 enter St.
W. II KH,
I IM AN ANDNtRMRAIf,
JDS -iuth Market Ht
I II. Ml I.I.Kit,
J I IIYMtIA" AND aUROKOS,
Ileal If lire 111 1-a.t High l'hoenli RWk
I H. KICI.,
J. IIIYMMAN AND OYNKCOIOOIST,
76 W Main Ht.
11 I. KIM1,
, I HlICIAN AND HLRflkON,
, KUHdKoN AND I HYHIf IAH,
IIOUIB ;!"lt7".op, Mr.,llllh8l.
REAL ESTATE AOENTS.
N'n 9 Arraile
HXAL KtTATK AND M1NKT UJANKD,
fyh -,t,nnnerfisl Hull Unf. Idinestooe Rt
ILS. M. P. I'KVIISIIN,
00 s HprlnnHt
f UAH. AND tt KFH A l KtlAl TY,
Offlcea 37 raat Maln.C, II h and 55 Sooth
I ItneaUne Sia Telephone lx
II I K(K KFIKI I), I KOI 'ft,
Wrfh Market an I Waihimrton streets
Uril. 1. 1 AM NC'lltMK,
II I K1 I.NTKK
Htnre nitures a aperlaltv i SI Center St.
19 We. I U'a.hlnnton afreet
ill Oil, Water l.olora, China and I.uitre I'alnring
anl Cr yonliiK lloom JJ, Mitchell ll'wk
r. ti itMit'i.i.,
MACHINMT, AND OKNKRAI Dill I1HK DON R
17 N I enter it
Tractkal Mathlnl.t and General Job Hhop
Wm M I-ntlkr, Mnk Waiitkmik,
ri'ltA.NNl ItlfT I'ltlNTIMi t II.
1 1 irat clasi. Wurk at 1 air I' i(t a
' s M.rket atreet
S. I.IMIMM Kl.lt,
ARTIH1II I KINTINO AND BTATIONFKY.
6.ri and '7 Artade
I It. M HSII tl I.,
9) . at I FKIOU JOM PHIN1KR.
I'ualar work Ulllea l.llandSMJ Mirket
1)i:u it iioi.i ,
CAlllvrr AkKR, 1 AlkKK, Al II KKI AlKKR,
110 n. Mam ii
ni'ltt i tit K.,
I AhTlll IN AKAION AMI Oil ,
riitMiire VHIilatiia' VrtHlorn 2S V Main U
HAI.K IIP IIOMIS.
VTOriCK U litnliy kK.ii that (ho oltr ol
i r-piIiiKHiilii, Ohio, will ntltr lor ealo to the
hlnluat ami beat iiliMer at tlio counrll cham
ber In aalJ ell), on TiifMls), thn Jith iluyol
Odi.titr A li Inns, at 7V)oVlotk in , Uiv
tHinila of eahl d) to thu mi omit ol thlrti
thouaatil (li,Ui)iloliara, ol the dt nomination
nl imu tlioiiKKiiil 1(1 (0) Hollars.iiuh to lnur
6 per ro.it. irttiiiiuin Inltrial, avalia aenil
itiiiiuall),ut IhuolTlceor the i Ity triaaurtir In
tlilatity, or 1. 1 1 hi Iinportera'Hiiil 1 rmkri' N
HodkI Hank In New lork rliy, Rt the option ol
Uk lioMtr lln rtof, on the tlrat la) nt MhicIi
anilrit'plLlnLir meat'li ) ear until tho pa) incut
ol the principal thtn.it Hal.l Iximla to lie
rniiKin iMimla, aiilil ImiiuU to be luued fur tht
puriaiteiiliihtaliiliiif mtitna for the pujiiuiil
1 1 tliu rokt o the nmln et wer on ( unter atrtt t.
In I cub r atrtet Hewtr llirlc t, or atwer dutrltl
bo 4 Hahl boiida to I) dnu an I pa) atile aa
(ollowa. Five thoiiHAiitl iliinfl) doilara Hetx
(oinber lat, IHiai, anil live thuiikand o,iui) nl
lam on the tint tlay ol Ht ntemher cadi jiar
lluriallir until tlie whuln uinnuut la pal. I,
ami when aohl arc lobataktn anil paid for by
the imrt h r Iheicor, at tin. ofTlioi.f tbetliy
treaaurtr III thla city wltliln fifteen (16) daya
Iroiu tlietlav of aale.
Illdalor llm purchaauof aald IkiihIb maybe
fl ed In wrlllim with thu tit) (Ink at any
time prior to the Utile almve named for the
aaluol aald Ixiiula, hiiI blda tltlmr trbalor
In wrltliiK, will be rc elvt d liy aald rounoll on
aald Jilili dm of octobtr at 7 3n nclotk ii tu ,
when all llda nlll btMyiiial lered by the city
council and aald boiiila will beauld at not lena
than par fiilin and act runt Interval, aubJtHtto
the roudltloni herel ibelore aet forth, u the
hi. hen and iitt bidder
My order olrouucll
,U J. U. bUK WALTin, City Cl Ik.
Til K NATION Ah CAPITAL, i
ttrMs nr jsirui'ir mint thk
,r,irf tint nixiH itfT.
"Suli.et" roa'a I'r.illU from Ilia l.lternry
l.nli.ir-Vlii will be th Utitl Funny
Mnn oT tltei lliiinc.'-Tliii l,nrKat Sener
In llm Uorlil.
Wasiiiniiton ()"t 25 Mr Coi eipecti to
rntkc a tiled IliiHK out ol lilsjjjok, nnl there
li no doubt but that he will Jo o. He gels
III t jr cenll n Toliinic lur all that arc aolil, and
the first cduion p ilillabcd numbers 25 000
tolutnea ham Cm ha been mntdng come
tnntii) wltliln l hn ait few vear. He tnHr
rutl one lortunc and lia made another. He
tloHrnl from $15 000 lo $20,000 oft Ina home
thla year, Hnd if (his book exhausts its pres
ent fill Mori, his firolila from It will tie
$U 500 1 doubt not tin ollen looks back
with winder iion his own carter, and thinks
of Hie time when the boys unci to 1 inh ut
him at .ancavillp, where lie acted an a sort of
bookkeeper In the county clerks ollice,
ViDtt ol llieni, I venture, woull have proiibe-
sied that he, with Inn short stuture and witty
r(iarlee, would have tier buotne the really
grtat man that he Is.
(Ot fl WIT
hptaklng of Sam Cox reminds iue of one
of his witty remarks to V. I). Kclley, who la
(dill the father of the house of rcpresenla
livts hnidJIr, Cox to Ju lire Kellej at the
lime he am elided to the lotty-seventh con
i;r(ss ' U ( II Ju Ipe, you are rc-tlfcled and
prolalily lor lile '
1 1 told my people I was a candidate for
life, Imrrlnp lu hij or paralysis."
"i our exr( pilon was ton br. ad." said Cox.
'lunacy does not disq laltly a man for a seat
iu conrs "
The houe will mirs Sam Cox, anj if its
next ittaioni are to be cnllventd with any
humor it will have to come flora the new
members. Itepresenlatlve O.Neil, of St.
I.oula, has been talked of ns the coming
luuii) niHii of tho torty-ei(lith rooKreiis, but
be seldom appears on the lloor, and he will
by no means li II the vadium lelt by the ab
seme of Uox One by one our great humor
ists have ben ilroppnK out ot public lile
When Tom Corwin died a great liind of good
stories and wittj anecdotes was buried with
him. Thaddeua Hit vens had a great fund ol
wit. Senator Nmnith, who dud this jear,
enlivened many a day in the ohl capitol.
l'roclor knolt eet the tountn wild with bis
Duliith speech, and now and "then raised a
laugh during a dull day in the house, but
Knott le t tongrea two yeirs ago and gave
up the held to Horr, of Micliiean, Jiru Ilil
lurd ot Colorado, and his old rnal, bam Cox.
.Sow Horr, llellord an 1 Cox are gone, and
tone haveyit developtd to Itll their plans.
I AHHkST HkHKH IS Tll WUHLIt.
A wotk ol the greatest interest to en
gineers is under way in Washington. Moot
newpper nailerj hae rend of lh immense
sewers ol Paris and London, and ol the
numerous exjeliilons that have traversed
them. There is building in Washington a
eewei wlikh is larger by seven feet than any
other sewer iu the world. In iu S nalleat
part it is larger than the largest of the aew.
era in Tans, ror over two thousand leet It
Is a circular sewer of twenty-two feet
In diameter. There is connected with
it a etwer 5,000 feet, or nearly one
mile in, length, of twtntj feci in dlam
alir In the sewers (f 1'ans teams of lioraes
ate employed to drag tht boats that are used
to tlean tbem out. A fully t quipped palace
car train, locomotive and all, could lie run
throng i the sewer here II it was necessary,
without tht slightest d. futility. This enor
mous fewer is being run tin ler Hiundary
street, the street that dividis the ( ity fr( in
from the count) of W agbii gton on the north
It ia intdidul to drain tht immense water
shed Ijing to the north ol the cily Besides
that it will itrrj to the eiatern branch of the
li toiuai all the contents ot the smaller ays
tem ot sewtis in the northern i art of the city
1 he work was coninieoctd oer a jetr ago.
It will take probably a uar to com
plete it The II midary street sewer, with
its (onnidmir ejattms, will tost when com
1. tnl over $700,000. At (restnt the exca
vation is male h) maehinerj opt rated by
sleatn power, wbith llfta the dirt out and
lands it on the completed part ol the wotk by
means of a s.tsti m ol table' The same ta
bles an also ti'ed in lowering tbe bricks and
tement to the workuun. The tut inwhtth
the sewer is now being laid, at the intersec
tion f Sew oik awnue and Boundary
street is siitv-hve feet in depth and ninety
in wid h Hv the machinery referred to
about elevt n cubic jards ot dirt are
HA Skli TAlll MIMTa
The work is ling dunt iu settions. There
are five hundred laborers on the payroll
Besides Ihese a number ol horses about
forty iu all are usid in drawing cars alonir
the aidts ot the tut It veiling up the filling
The seaer is ol brick, about three and a halt
ftet thiik The trown of it is protecttd
with a touring of tenunt grout aliout one
foot thlik. About ten leet is comple ed each
day, though one week seventj-fie feet was
completed Th( dislrut aiithonnes ii ttn 1 to
celtbrate the occasion by taking several hun
drel persons through it on a large boat
which will be built eipressl) for the purpose.
lOltAMK IN WASIIIM1TON.
(iournor-eltct I oraktr, of Ohio, is in the
MOItt THU HONK CASE.
Thne petitions have betu presented lo the
depurlimni of justice, asking that sum in
equity be brought to vai ate the Bell patents
now owued bj the American Bell Telephone
Compan) Two ot these leiiliuus were prt
stnltd li) the (Hobo 'leltphoneCo and the
other li) the aehingion Telephone Co.
The depar iiient ot Justin has relerred the
petitions with the actouiau)iDg pajtrs to the
d(pa tinent of the interior, lor the "report,
advite and recommendation ot the sttrttar)
of ihe mtirior."
Thesttrelar) of Ihe interior lias rtfirred
eath tu the (oimiii9-i,.i:i'r ot patents lor bis
"report and opinion " Mr. Monlgomer) has
not )et repor id lo the secretary ot the in
terior, tint has submitted to him a brief sum
tnarv ol eai h ohe
burttary I ulnar directs and will or
der that, inastniub as his 'alvice,
uinion, anl recotuuitinlitiiou" ars invited,
he will n;k all tbe intirestid parties to appear
Ihj ore him and ihe coinrnis.iouer ol tateuts,
and xbil it all the facts, and answer the fol
hisl, has the government the right to In
stitute and maintain audi a suit lur such a
Sicond, it i has, do the fads, as they shall
la (reeeuled, warrant or demand that such
suit be brought '
All ruceidiiigi will Iw hell publicl),
lie (III lit It lll.lliiKiil.bn Irlallllllin,
(iALVkhiON, Ttx , Oct J5 A special to
Ihe Stws from San Antonia says 'J,
llulwrl Blake dud here this evi nlng Irom a
(ombineil attack ol Dengt u fiver and pneu
monia Dueiaid luil been Bloppiig here
suite beptetuber list, having lelt Ireland ou
aitouut of ihreats made against his
I fe. He was a barrister of high
stnudltig lu Dublin, and was a
member of the Irish land comuiis.i in It
waa on nciotint ol his action while one of
tin (ommls-lon Unit hit hfu was emlangtred,
he having ialnl down upon hliusli tbe
wr th ot Ihe In.-li il)namiter, He was a
fiiit-cotisln of Mr Thomas Burke, who was
asaasa naled, together with Lord Krtdetlck
Uavendlib, iu 1'bunii ptrk,
(;;il kii'h $ J ,i)i)i i oh llil.l..
Tbe I'resliUnt nml Puur of Ills Aaala'nnta
Help N lurk Demorrata
Kiw oRk O.l. 25 Tlili letter was de
livered at demoiMtlc stale heailquarlers by
l'rlvatn Secretary Inmonl
I- xrcutick Mansion, I
,, , , Waalilnuton ll ( , Oet 22. f
Alton II Parker, chairman state eie ullve coal
HetrMlr-1 ifml with thla a lonlrlliullon to
war I detrarln the elenea ot the demo. ratio
eauip.lKo In the atale of New lork,
The conlribulion Is $1,000. President
t'levelanil, it is said, has been aerlon.ly an
noyed by the lllngsof the mugwump organs
against Ills democracy and their charges that
his aupputl ol Governor Hill ia ccol, and that
he would not grieve over democratic deleat
In New Vork, Col. I.amont lelt Washing,
ton Thursday night, and bad a long talk
with Judge Parker tbia morning. Besides
the contribution Irom the president, Sicrela
rits Manning and Whitney have contributed
$1,000 each, and Assistant Secretary Fair
child and Col I.amimt $500 each, The
president has taken this most elfedutl way
of silencing the mugwump doubt, about bia
democracy. He will be home nt Ilullslo on
election day, and he will vole the straight
int. i v nt.
lUires Salurilay hi llrlahimi llearh, Taab
liigtoit, I). C. nml San I'ratut laco.
AT IIKKIIITON 1IKACII,
First race, I) miles, King It, won, Jim
S'ave second, Black Jack third, time 2 01.
Second race, 1J miles, Hickory Jim won,
Kiehba, secoud, iSonanga tbiid, time 2.0J.
Third race, mile heats, .Mollie Walton won,
Brlc-a-llrae second, Topsy third; time I 44.
Fourth race, 7 furlongs, CasUlian won,
tiarnet second, Teresa third, time 1 12.
First race, mile, Bt8ie II. won, Frank
Ward second, Wait-a-While third; time
Second race, 7 furlongs, Jobn 0. won,
Uberls second, Hosette third, time, 1, 12.
Third rate, 1 miles, Jim Douglas won,
Surgeon second, Kolgma third; time 2 24.
Foui tb race, mile, Cul, Sprague won, Col.
Clark second, Kica third; time, I It J.
Fifth race, steeple-chaBe, Quebtc won, Jim
McUowan second, lilford third; time, 6 1')
S xtb nice, mile, gentlemen riders, Col.
Clark won, Mordaut second, Ecuador third,
time, 1 57.
at 8AN rtiAvcisco
Tbire was a Urge attendance today to
witness the great race lor $1,000 a side, be
tween Arab and Anteo The lornier was the
favorite a d won in three straight heats, in
2 I8J 2 J0,and 2 18 1.
THK LOI.VVIIU1 MALI l1.
Injtitttlcn llellevi.il lo Have llean Iote 111
Cod nuts, Od. 25. So real light has been
cast upon the matter of the shameful crime
ol altering the tally sheets in the recent elec
tion. Cierk Jjyce and many others inter
ested hare labored hard to bnd a clue, but as
yet none can be obtained that Is reliable. It
is probable, therefore, that the services of de
uctives will be tilled in and that they will
be instructed to ferret the matter out if pos
sible. It is now stated that injustice has been
done Hon. K nil Keiswetter, Hon. K. W.
f"oung, and detuty clerk Theodore Beck,
who, it is believed, are entirely Innocent of
tbe crime of altering the returns. They are
all gentlemen and stand high in the estimate
of the citiiens of Ibis city and coun'y, and
Ihe manner in which they are atdmg In try
ing to ferret out tbe scoundrels that com
mitted the fraud is highly commended by
SUA l.l.-1'OX AT MD.SrllK.i I..
The Scourge NIDI Holding Sway lu tbe
MosTiikAL, Can, Oct. 25 Seventy new
cases of small pox were vended Friday. The
civic board of health refusel the rt quest of
outside municipalities to be allowed to send
their patients to the hospitals, recommending
them to buill hospitals ot their own. The
provincial board having (ailed to adopt the
local l.iitrd s suggesiious to close the churches,
etc., the latter caused to be printed on large
posters a "Petty Digest' ot the law forbid
ding people from infectel bou.-es exposin?
themselves, end alhxed the posters to the
church doors. Tl e anti-vaccinatiomata have
called a public meeting for next week,
Hnae Hall MMunluy.
Cincinnati, Oct. 25 The conteat between
the St. I.juia Browns, thampiona ot the
American Association, and the Cbicsgos,
champion of the League, for championship of
the world, ended here today in favor ot the
St. I.oms club, Saturday, they winning three
out of tbe series ol five games The score to
day was thirteen to lour In favor of the St.
Louis club. Tbe game was one-sided and
Biiooan s, V V Oct. 25 The New Vork
and Brookl)n clubs pliyeda drawn game here
Saturday, darkness preventing finishing the
game at the end of tbe sixth inning. Score,
New Vork I, Brooklyn I.
A llrutal VI lie. dealer 1 iilnllr Injured by
tliv Vsouiau'a llrutliers.
PlTTiHiHd, Pa, Oct. 25 While Iuton
cated tonight, Hubert Wiggins attacked his
wile and daughter and was cruelly abusing
them, when George and Charles Stewart,
brothers ot Mrs. Wiggins, interfered and beat
Wiggins over Ihe head with a revolver until
he was insensible. They then threw him
into the slrtel, where he was found some
time later by the police. His injuries are be
lieved to lie fatal. Tbe Stewaits have been
A Widow Murdered fur Kefoelnic h I'ru
ioaal uf Marriage.
Inuianaioui lad, Od 25 The Jour
nals, Kockville, Ind, special reports that
Mrs. Lottie olner, a widow, was shot and
killed at Uiat place last night, by J C. Hen
tilings, a dissolute fellow, whom Mrs. Volner
ncently relused to marry. Henmlng is iu
jail. The town is said to tie in a state ol
great excitement and lynching Is threatened
Close of lite St. I uiila hklHiailloii,
St l.oms, Mo , Oct. 25. Tbe xposition, I
which bis been in progriss here lor the past
forty days, cosed last night. It has been a
brilliant succtss Irom tbe start Over half a
million people visited It, and tbe gross re
ceipt will amount to about $110 000, which
is some $2C,000 more than last )ear, and
will leave a ver) hindsome aurplua,
A lloutl Indication,
1'iTramnu, Pa, (At ii For the first
time In twtnty years there is a famine iu
nails, tbe result ol tbe bng atnke nt the
nailers. Pritea have advauiel to $110 on
assurtel qualities, and even at theee hgurealt
is impossible to gel them
Siiilllnu Mali li Hit,
St Lin is Ojt. 25. The (landaur-IIamm
Bculliug match, wb cb was arranged to be
nnel oil Creveioeur Lake near this city on
,S iv, la', br $500 a side, nod a merchanta
I urse ol I lie same amuunt added, has been
A clared off as a public event, nwinu in thn
fict that tbe Missouri Pacific Railroad Go,
would not glvt th oarimto a percatag.
FROM OVBIi TUB OCEAN.
KKIttlA . IIIII.II.IHIA
Vtlltl.V !I)1I il KSVKIt.
Thn Servlim Troup, it re Over the lloriler
IMrUet.llrlnir nt llm linre.t 1'reniler Ka.
ruii FlnilsHjoiimtliy-oppii.itlim lu the
Irish National I engiin.
I.oniion, Od 25 The report that the Ser
vlans have entered Bulgaria la confirmed.
Tlir IMIIITINftj lirill N.
BicilAiirT Oct 25 A slight skirmish has
taken plate between Bulgarians and Servian
Ill I (IAI1IA AND TASTfRV IIOUMIVIU ALLIItl.
Pill! M lupous, Oct, 25 The amalgamation
of llulgaiia and Lajtern Koumella is com
pleted. Delegates from the ministry at
Soda have arrived here, to introduce a
kvmiatiiv with PRrvttra vstri n
Coikniiaokn IM 25 tn immenee dem
onptrallnn wai held here today to express
sympathy with Premier Kstrtipp, who recent
ly had a narrow esiape from death at the
bands of an ns assin. An ovation was given
to the tremitr at his residence.
IHISII NATIONAL lEU.IK Oil IMKII
IHntlN 1)1, 25 The Patri it Union has
issue! a long manifesto denouncing the Irish
National LeHguo for having lor five
yiars embittered Irish home lile, coerced
Industrial liberty, extorted hard earned money
from the people, and pertnhted the perora
tion ol outrages. I he 1 nion appeals to tha
people to assert their Independence of the
league, and maintain the integrity of the
A! ! KOfll AhSAHStNS AltUMTItll.
Bxiokaiik, Ott il Two members of the
Skiipt--cliina namel Taric and Popjvlc, have
been arrested at Carak on su(icion ol being
implicated in a plot to murder the governor.
HOW (II IV alt I l lid ll
Cairo Ot' 25 nisier Caprianl h. ar
rived Irom Khartiutn. She ia)S that Oliver
Pain fell from his tamel while ill and that
the Arabs who were hurrying forward at the
time, buried him belore he whs dead.
MNiusV ni w 01 II A.
Vienna, Ot'. 25 Jobann Mrnusa has pro
duced his new oierctu, "The Gipsy Bsroti '
It is the liest he lias wiitten, and has achieved
a great siuceis
A MlsTHtlllOn CIIAHJl.
The t'hriiouieiinu riial la rrlgliteiilnsr
JS ..rt li ( arolliiH I'eopln.
ItALiKiit S U.Oct 25 There Is great
excitement in Lingarre township, Beaufort
county, in regard to a remirkable natural
phenomenon which is rapidly developing it
self. On the ugitol bept. Is shocks ot
great violence wire Itll In that vicinity The
scene ol the disturbance Is in the vicinity ot
Shlloh Church, the central point of tbe shock.
A chasm has made its abearance directly
across the public road, near the thurth, meas
uring a foot in widlh and a hundred yarje in
length. From evtry indication the surround
ings siem to be in an unsettle I condition.
The news ol the strange phenomenon soon
spread in the community and a number ol
excited ptrBons were present in a short time.
It was observed that ihe chasm was gradual
ly widening and extending its course, show
ing that some unusual convulsion of nature
was in progress. As there was no further
violent agitation at that time the allatr has
remained comparatively quiet, and the nubile
at large have just become fully aware of its
The so-called rent or chasm is now as
suming very serious proportions. It ia con
tinually widening and lengthening in pro
greas and actually threatening disaster to the
surrounding sutiuo It has now deviated
from its farmer course, which was an easterlv
to nonheil) dirtdion, crossing a small em'
bankment and running in a zi zeg line about
filty yards from the thurth. Sevtral atttmp s
have been made to obtain an idea ot the
depth of the chasm, but have been unsuccess
ful, owing to the skatpe in which it runs
. a vi r.t r n?a ,
Hurled lit the son-ln aw of Knglaritl'a
Sov I retgo,
London, Oct 25 It is now evident that
the rarliamentary (niiipaign will not assotf
without serious noting in many q lartera, as
party lei ling, whith already runs high, dally
grows more bitter
The Marquis ol Lome, the liberal candidate
for Hempstead, went down to Brenttord, a
town seven mil s west of London, to deliver
a campaign speech. While addressing Ihe
electors a mob as'aulted him with rot en
eggs, and some of them, gaining ihe plaiforui,
smashed bis bat over his head
The supporters of the marquis rushed to
bis rescue and a tight ensued The noble
lord now became so thorougbl) Inghtened
that he basul) dejarted from the scene, ran
through tbe streets in a drenching rain to the
lailway station, and immedtat. ly departed
for London. Mmnwhilt, the row continued,
tbe supporters oi the marquis being severely
han lied, and I ecumlng discouraged at their
desertion b) their ( haoi ion, they retreated,
leaving their contestants masters ol the held.
Tbe latter seized the platlorm and as.ed
resolution condemiug Ihe policy ol tbe lit
erals. n Kit vtm j- no ui: it t: t it.
The My.lerloua Kale of a VTajwanl Cler
mont ( oiinty (llrl,
Batav i v, O , Oct , 2 i. Three months ago
James lllues eloped Irom near Moscow, with
Miss Thiederman, Ins buxuin German servant
girl, whose people lire near Chilo There
was no word Irom or ot them until Tuesday
when a strange man drove up to Thieder
manswi'b the girls bo 1) in a plain pine
coffin. He sail Ihe bod) bad betnputolf
al a landirq. below Mo tow, by a passing
boat the previous nU'lit, and that a ststtr ot
limes bad employed him to bring tbe body
to the house ol the dead girl's father
The box bore a Ml Sterling Kv . way
bill, but beyond this, uothlog is known of
the girl a rettnt history or death.
A aist-morlem investigation was made by
Drs IHvu and Trogger, ol Felicity, but lliey
have ri served thiir deductions, for Ibe pres
ent, lor div ions reasons. A close investiga
tion will 3 male
CL h I Kl Mil MlfKv.
Illenlow l)lainaea of lllin.eir -ltlld Ku
rort emeu! of the uiiilny Law.
Cu Vila No, Od .' August Bienlow, a
German about 10 years ot age, who wai ar
rested last night by a deputy I uited StaUs
marshal lor passing a counterteit bill, banged
himself In jail belore morning
The order ot the chief ol police closing all
salojos on Sunday was generally observed
toiay, and no arrests have, yet been reporteJ
One man ( 1 se 1 h s loora, but tupped a keg of
beer on the sidewalk, and dispensed relresb
menls to all who passed, tree ot charge, A
iKillieman knocked the tailed out of tbe keg
and dispersed tue crowd This is the only
Ihiitrfreitenteil for an ' On tear,"
Niw Yokk, Od 25 Saturday was the
fourth aud last day of registration in this
city lor lb" lorllKotnlng election. The to
uts are, In 18rt5 210 805; In 1884, 240,951.
to 1B6J, 162,351, iu le., 106,182.
A V IHK or HfNTITIITIOV.
What I'ollie Ollher An m In n House In
Niwihk, .S' J., Oct. 25. When Morris
0 llrien was arraigned before Jmtlce Itoltr
on the charge ol lieing dttink, Officer Ait
was sworn and told a story of Ihe prisoner's
brutality to hia family almost beyond belief
"Two children tam to me last night about
10 o'clock," said the oOiter, "and asked for
protection. I went home with them to a
house In Cornea alley, in the rear of 119
Academy atreet. Ofliter Harrison was with
me. In a room in the basement we found
0 Brleu in a beastly slate ot Intoxication
lying atross his wile, who lay 111 in bed,
and looked more like a ikdeton than
a living woman. The man had torn
the bed clothing to pieces and even the cloth
log ol the woman There was no fire In the
room, and tbe lloor was broken an I wet The
whole place was more liken pen than a plate
for human beings to live in. We dragged
O'Brien from the bed and locked him up The
children say O'Brien lias done nothing for
hia family lor a long time The oldeat child,
a boy abcut fifteen years old, earns $3 a week,
and O llrien last week strangled him and
took the money to spend for rum. When
the chillien brought In a little lood O llrien
threw It out ol the window. He ,ad he
di in't Want to eat and they ougbtn t to eat
euner. i.ast night he lu ned them all out
and locked the door "
Justice Koder fined O It-fen 5 and sent
liim lojail lor ten days saylog ttat he was
sorry be could not inllct a heavier punish
ment. Ollicer Ait, speaking of the -aae after the
h( ari ng, said be had never se. n su h de.tltu-
non in bis eijrietce on thelorie The
chillien are O'Briens atep children, Mrs.
O Brlen having been married before. There
are two boys aged five and fit een years, aod
a gill about Iwelve years o d Tbe mother is
at ilea h'a door and lacks even the necessaries
of lile. The nttention of ihe society for tbe
prevention ol cruelly to thillren will be
called to the case lolly, aud an ellort made lo
aisist the lamlly.
a ur 1 1 1 no non t: t. ihi, r.
A tuunc Man llela Into n Scrape ror ot
Coming Minimal the I .nal Hour.
Chicago, Oct. 2j. Mrs I- M.ioung, who
has a husband in Texas, rooms at Mrs. Pop -nan's,
45 Pick court EJdie Hastings, a
twenty-year-old Cana lian, rooms there also,
And occasionally does chores around the
place ElJie put up a stove in Mra Voung s
room a few dsys ago, and bad a chance then
to Be tbe contents of ber jewelry case He
also discovered that bis key fitted her room,
and was frank enough to mention the
fact. A couple ot days ago he was
again in the room, this time so
liciting etiitom for a laundry. Mrs
Voung left just if er he did, and locked tbe
door behind her, us usual Two hours later
she came back and tound all the jewelry
missing. Tbe jewelry consists of a pair of
ear-rings, a pair ol goll bracelets, a gold
watch and chain, and a lew other trinkets, all
of which she values at $200. EJlle did not
show up at Ihe bouse at tbe usual hour that
eveninir, and Mrs. Voung thought the circum
stances suspicious enough lo have a wa rant
taken out lor his arrest. Otlicer P. D O linen
"laid" for him and caught him about Joclock
yesterday morning. There is no positive evi
dence implicating Kddie, but, io tbe hope lhal
romething may turn up or some ot the jew
elry be found, he is t eld in bonds ol $50(1 to
answer Wednesday next to a charge ot lar
ceny. Woman Attacked bjr Hjilriiliolna on the
streela or llrldgeporl. Conn.
Biiiik.eioiit, Conn, Od 25 Mrs. Ann
Funnel, ot I rumble, came to this city yester
day. Last night while on the atreet she was
selred with a seTere hydrophobia lit, which
lasted several hours II took the combined
efforts ot five policemen to remove her to the
Blalion-house, Cbas. O Sell, one ot the odi
cers, was badl) bitten on the arm by the un
Mrs. ruunel was buten by a dog last
spring During htr ravings she was contin
ually crying oil' "Dog, Dog Later she
was taken home by Inen Is
It. port or the Murder ir Sauuiel lliintmr
liyAiathea I lirounded.
St. Loi ia, Oi t 25 The report ot the mur
der of Conductor Samuel Dunbar, ot Ihe Mex
ican Central rallroai by Apaches, while pror
pectitg in Ihe Abinal distnd, proves to have
been unlounded. He was in the vicinity of
the paches, but evaded thein. A hundred
miles south ot here tbe Indians attacked a
ran-h and killed two Americans Four In
dians were killed In the encounter.
Dtrferenrea or the Meal, an l.ov ernment
and National llanka Arranged.
Citv. o Mexico O t. 25 -The national
banks and the government have finally come
to an agreement, greatl) to the relief ot tbe
business community, and the banks will soon
r.sume again. The government agrees to
give tbe biaka 7 per tent ol Ihe custom
bouse revenues, beginning with Sovember,
the vera Cms custom house not to be in
cluded until tbe beginning ol the new year
Mlaaed Ills Call lilatltina.
Ottawa, Can , Od, 2 The balance aheet
ol Csnada lor Ue fiscal year ending June 10,
1885, shows a deficit of $2 157,470. Tbe
estimates ol Ihe ti lance minister were It-v.
enue, $12 000 000, expenditures 10.11 1,0)2,
whi e the real hgures are llevenue $ 1 1,.
70 405 and the exoendi tires $35,127,'' 15.
First Hmall.Tna lleitih at loroiitii.
Toronto, Can , Oct 25. Ihe lust death
from small-iox iu T ronto cacurred today
Tbe victim was a barber It is supposed lhal
he caught the diseasu tro.il bis la her, who
hal been unpacking in'ected gloves from
II. aw Itttll e.terilay.
St. I. i is, Oc. 25 The Browns and Ma
roons played the r game for the local cham
pionship before another eaormous crowd to-
da), the iirowns winning easily. Score,
Maroons 0 Urowns i.
Mr, 1 liomii.oii hi Hanger,
Chattanoooa, Oct 25 John C. Thomp
son, who murdired James V. White, a had
ing merchant ol Gleti Alice, Teun., waa cap
tured tonight al OoeiJa He will be lynched
belore moruing, it is thought,
Mra. I'arnell al A tlmn) , N. V.
Alram N i , Ott 2 i Mrs Paruell ad
dressed a mass meeting at the Leland opeia
house tonight. Addresses wsre also deliv
ered by several of the 1 nal Calholit clergy
HI'AHht HtllV I II K II I Hf.
Massillon will have the Salvition Army
At Darlington, S C , a tire tauaed a loss ol
Asa Emerson, a Kentucky pioneer, cele
brated bis 102J birthday yeiteiday lie has
been in good health until rctentlv
$150 has been ctllected al Hamilton, by
private aubnciipllon, with which lo purchase
a corner stone for Ihe new court house,
Tbe funeral of Henry W. Shaw, "Josh 11 1
lings," took place yoslerday at Lanestairo,
Mass , hia native town. The services were
A SECOND ATTEMPT
TO II 1.0 IT Vt' A HTHKKT RAILWAY
A T HT. I. O LIIM.
Kortunalelr .Nobody la Hurt-Cause of
Ibe Kililoalon .Still a Mystery No Clue
to ihe rerpelrator of the Outrage-The
Sllrlkera Hold a Meeting.
St I.ona, Oct. 25 Another atreet railway
explosion took place tonight, but luckily it
was harmless. It occurred on the Jefferson
avenue line, near the bridge which
crostn tbe Missouri Pacifie railroad
tracks, abont ten o'clock, and demolished
one ot tbe front wheels of the car, but did no
other damage Several rmssengers were In
the enr, but aside Irom the fainting ol one or
two ladies, no ore waa hurt.
The street tar slnk.rs had a pvade this,
alternoou, and hell n secret meeting tonight,
Ihe result ot which has not yet transpired.
THK W A LKlT-Tlt 1. 1 ,.
Important 1'ipart Medical Testimony by '
L'mioru, Kas, Oct 25. In the Walkup
trial to-day Dr O. A. Diddle testified that
in bis opinion Walkup might have had the
arsenic in his system four or five days, and,
dying ns be did, the doctor would say that
Walkup came U his death by the adminis
tration ot three large doses ot araenli. tb.
last dose longer than forty -eight hours be
fore his death. It would not be possible,
in Walkup's case, for the fatal dose ot ar
senic to have been given a week
previous to bis death. Had it been given the
Friday before his diath, it would have
availed nothing. In the doctor's judgment
any dose ot arsenic taken by him before the
Saturday which marked bis first signs of
sickneis, had been er.tirely eliminated from
his a stem la fore he died
When Ihe court reassembled this afternoon,
the county attorney said the state bad no
further evileuce today, but it the defense was
not ready to begin unlil Monday he wanted
Ihe iluht to open that day's proceedings with
further evidence fur the stale, provided it had
any to offer. This waa agreed to.
JOH M'tt.fAS'S VRIMK.
IleMaaka Himself anal Attempt to Rob
Sipnm, 0, Oct. 25 As E K. Stlpp, sta
tion agent and operator at the Daylon and
Michigan railway depot In this place, waa
counting the money Thursday night a masked
man entere 1 the office He drew a pistol and de.
manded the money. Sdpp attacked the
robber and disarmed him He drew another
pistol Iromhts pocket and attempted to shoot
in vain Finally tbe mask tell from the rob
ber's fate, and John McCl ao, a heretofore
highly respected young man and intimate
Iriend of Stipp's, was revealed. Stlpp prom
ised to say nothing about tbe affair, but the
officials of tbe road heard ol it, and com
pelled him to cause McClean's arrest The
latter is now inj.il. He saya be was Imtelled
to do ihe deed by a. ant.
Tirana H. l.vi It.HI.SU.
Failure of Two llatika, One at Wichita
Falls, and One al Henrietta.
Galviston, Tex, Oct. 25 A special to
the .Sews Irom Wichila Falls sayi -The
Exchange baik here, und C. V. Israel A. Co ,
propnetota of Ibe firm'a oank al Henrietta,
suspended payments yesterday The failures
have censed great excitement and indigna
tion among the firm s customers. Irregular
ities are openly charged and warrants have
been sworn out for tne arreit ot the parties
connected with both banks. No statement ot
the liabilities or deposits have been made
The banks did n puiely local business, re
ceiving deposits from people of neighboring
small towns. No other baDks are affected
The Northern Tier of Mexican Slalea Favor
Aiiiieeallon lo Ihe Lulled Slatea.
St. Lot is Oct. 25 A letter to tbe Globe
Democrat from El Paso, Mex , says there is a
good deal of private talk among the intelli
gent and property-owning Mexicans, in
C-iihuahua, in favor ot annexation to
the I'nited States, of tbe northern tier of
Mexican states No open movement has yet
been maie, nor has the press touched the eub
ject, but the letter asserts that there is a
strong under current running among tbe
class above named, in favor of linking their
destiny to that of ibe grest northern republic
War Talk ami War Preparations Cholera
London, Oct. 2 i. General Roberts, com
mander in cbiel uf the Indian army, was
given a banquet at the Mansion House this
evening In a speech he insisted upon the
imperative necessity ot hurrying forward the
work on the frontier defenses, of largely in
creasing the strength ol tbe Indian army, in
view of tbe character of the Afghan settle
ment. The TurkiBh government has increased the
quarantine agaiust veseels arnviug from Al
geria and Tunis, io which countries the
cholera is reported to have brtken out afresh.
A Choctaw Trageilj.
Foiit famTH, Ocl. 25 John Griffith, a
Choctaw ball.breed, shot and killed a Gir
tnan named b okes. Grifhtn was under an
indictment in the Choctaw courts tor cattle
stealiug, aud blokes was one ol the witnesses
against htm Giilfilh hal tepeatedly orlered
Mokes to I ave the citintry or he would kill
him, but thinking them but idle threa's he
did not go A few evenings ago Grilhth and
another Choctaw rode up to the house of
Stokes, and shot at him several um s, one
-hot taking euVct in the back f the head
Irom which he died
valuable Carige l.oat.
MxurniN, Tenn, Oct. 25 The "Henry
Lowry, ' en route from St. Louis to New
Orleans, which passed here yesterday with a
tow ot barges containing grain and cotton,
struck a hidden obstruction eighteen aiiles
below Memphis yesterday evening and sunk
one of her barges, which contained 25,000
bu.hels of bulk torn, and 1,20 bales ot cot
ton Tbe corn will be seriously injured, and
nb ut 500 bales of cotton will be damaged.
The cottoo was for export, and fully insured
in tortign companies.
A Cnnamlaatnii of Doctora in ICaamlae aa to
Skw joRk, Ocl. 25 A Montreal special
says It is oflicinlly announced that a med
ical commission, composed of one American,
two Frencn and two English-Canadian doc
tors, is to te appointelfor the purpose of
examining Riel s mental condition,
L 0 Davia, the rebel's Iriend here, says
this Is merely a dodge of the government to
escape responiibilli), as his execution hal
An Attempt at I inching,
Gairsto., Tex., Oct. 25. A dispatch
Irom Denisou sa)i, an a'ttmpt was made at
an early hour this afiernoon tn lynch Grimea,
the colored man who waa arrested yesterday
charged with nssaultiug two little girla. The
liilor frightened the masked visitors away by
bring a pistol several times. It Is believed
another attempt will be made tonight. Both
children claim to lleotifj Urlmti,