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.SI'KLNCJFIKLI), ()., KDNKSDA V KVKNINCS, OfTOHNlt 28, 1885.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
iViiitiiTnrt, t 'ii. for ntitn Vsllrj sn.l
Tennc ee llht rlm. icenersltv mlder vsrlsl.le
u n,li, K.iierilly riceile.l tr '' I" "milli
Oct. 2S, 1SS5. j
11 DAYS OFF !
The day of tin: great odd
garment clearing sale two days
off Friday, Oct. 30, 1885.
Cardigan Jackets have
scarcely begun to sell, and yet
our sales are far in excess of
last year. What can the rea
son be? Do we give more for
a dollar? The ugliest, meanest
Cardigans we have, cost 50
and 65 cents. At 75 cents
excellence begins. We want
to give all we can of goodness
for the least we can afford to
take in money. The dollar to
two dollar jackets go to prove.
Working shirts. There's
urgent runs among the work
ing shirts. Good, substantial,
shapely, moderately dressy
working shirts a quarter each ;
will begone before you scarce
ly know it. Assortment is of
some account in shirts.
Fancy Percale Shirts, too,
are shown in new patterns
fresh from the makers. People
who want a dollar to count for
a dollar and a half, will take
time to look over our shirts.
People who would be amply
prepared for the frosty winter
nights- in store, will buj the
new Canton Flannel Night
Good looking boys' black
wool hats, with rim to stand at
any angle, 35c; another case
this morning. I tats fill a
large space this fall ; inci eased
trade demanded more room.
Rubber Coats are as good
before a rain as after. The
cheapest are not always the
best. We'd like you to look
at the new patent coat with
civet collar. As dressy as a
rubber coat can be made.
.Springfield's One Price Man
Kktj Klnil of Fur Trliumluir.
liny Yum (iuoda "At Hump."
T. J. THOMAS,
HEW Ml HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Wtluut Alley, ier Leutml Market House,
HcwcUl cue with ItuuhewM, colls, trick bom,
tiuriert tUt lut.rf.ru, ai thoM luting pottilUi
AN ATTBMIMKI) OKIMB.
A UOMAS Till II II) III UK A .MIA
Til COMMIT V I' It II r II.
A HtrnfiKf. Hlnry Print, Itcstitti Wanting n
InlliiK "" Out eel Ilea Wnjr-A-l Ap-
eoleitiiieit Mmln With tint C linrintr
Nh reinlesse Her Unlit.
.Sitw itiiK Oct. 28. Th Tribune hns title
Iloatun ipecUl An nltrnctlte joiiiik nomnn
wis arrested hi this city on Satiirclijr evening,
lerkcil up In h private cell itml the ricit
morning Intern to n hotel nnd guarded by the
police, who are reticent hIiouI the charge
against her. It in mill, however, that on Oc
tober 'I this wnmnn called on the proprietor of
n notorious KHiiiblitii-hGiise in this city and
stiil that (lie named a jounif, rwilli in IUI
tlrnuc nitirderel, and offered to puy $1 000 to
hate eleed the deed lione. It is alleged thnt
she totil the ketper of the house that h
ycitine Irish tiirl had entired one of the nicest
families ol llaltiuiore icrvant Th people
who employed her had a son whohadatlained
his nnjorlty. He became enamored of this
lrl and secretly married her. A child was
born and then the suret "us revealed. The
pirents stormed, but it as of no
use. The son was determined
tuitandb his wife The narrator ot this
8lr suiil thnt the parent, finding that they
roul I hot control their eon, had determined
to hare the w man put out ot the way, but
on no conditions must the chill be harmed.
The woman said that her tnlsflon to 11 iston
was to ski the erson with whom she was
miking, and to employ him either to kill this
Roman himself or net some i tie to do It.
The man to whom this proposition was
made at hrst thought tha' some one whs try
ing to plav n joke on him bill he determined
appitrin ly to consent to ihe woman's request.
He said IImi he would ijet some one to lo the
died. The person suv'tfrs e 1 wns "John
Bull,1' a well kn iwn character, who once
served h term In state prison. An appoint
ment was tunde with John, and while he
talkel with the woman he resolve i to place
the case in the hands of the police, which re
sulted In hr artist on inturdny evening,
while she was in the act ol sending a dis
patch to friend in Ittltimore. When taken
to police hea hpiarUra she broke dowu and
rrnniilT!itil lt(i Object to Olil Dpika
IIcaiumi, la Oct. JH When a leading
county onVinl paid a visit to the Marmick
chool house the last session he remarked
that If new and belter furniture were not
l.irnlide.t, that in pse ought to he taken out
and burn 1. Ttje school was reo enud today,
and the boys noticed that the old desks and
chairs were atill in their places. This afler
nooti a pari) ot them look out the old stuff
and made a biulire of it. Warrants have
been issued lor the arrest of a number of
I'lestrm l'rc,iiounccl luilecnt.
1'HII.AiiiariliA, I' , OA. 28. The first cae
in the crusade against Ihe leiollelee theatri.
cal postir was tried be'ore Ju Ige Did lie and
a jury tcdar, and William J Gilmore, tropri
ftor of the new Central thejtter, wasconuctid
of exhibiting an indecent print and fined
MOO. The po-ter was one of the Kiralfy
Ilros.' "Seven Ravens" hills.
hhi a I' ! Kiri
A feat In the Nhw Vork stock exchange
sold Monday for $14,000.
Postal iard, as we'l as letters, can be di
livered by special messengers
Mrs. Jaleck, ot Hohart, N. V , burned her
self and lulant child to death.
There were forty deaths from small-pox in
Montreal, Canada, last Monday.
A Chippewa Indian, "Hole-in-the-Day," is
seeking, a jiui-ision to We"t I'mt.
Sew Vork republicans are very confident of
a great victory at the coming election.
The net earnings ot the Northern Pacific
railroad for S pletnbir were $w,5,09I.
Twenty taes ol BO-irlit fever were discov
ered in a tenement house at Kail lliver, Mats
It Is reported that women will attempt lo
vole at the coming election in New Vork
The American Missionary Association has
commerced ils thirty-ninth annual meeting
in Madison, W is.
Indianapolis democrats are vying with th ir
comrades in Cincinnati, Chicago aud Colum
bus in political outrages.
The North Ami-man Telegraph Compiny ia
about to be Inccrporaied lis lines exti nd be
twien St. I.oms and Du'uth.
It is authoritatively announced that Mrr.
Nellie Sirtoris has not upt lied for a divorce,
aud does not lontemplate doing so.
The country r'ridente ot Christian Holly,
near Mtddleumn, O , win d stro)ed b fire.
Causi dclettue Hue. I.o-s, $1U 100.
The Conkling interview was furnished to
the .Sew York bun tiy Amos K. I,arrid,
formerly agtnt ol the New York Afsociated
Oinernor-'lect Koraker, of Ohio, adlreuul
one of the largest pnlllical miedngs, at Ml
Jiik-on, a, eter hell in the Shenaudoah
Presilent Cl veland has announced that,
alter .Vol ember 1, he will not grant Inter
views to persons seeking public positions, or
K ghti vesce's wire wrecked and seventy
men lint their lives in a terriUe storm oil Ihe
coast of Labrador Two thousand persons
Hre in a destitute condition.
Virginia repuliluans are much encouraged
by the p es nc- of Koreker, Sherman and
MiKinley in thai alate. The democrats Ihire
are ,aid to ht short of funds,
Klnard K Co .per, tiostal e'erk on the Ji-f-fersoimlle,
MHilisnn and Indianapolis rail
road, was arrested oil a charge ol robbing Ihe
inids I'ootier was apiailnted under the new
deinoi mm adminibtration.
Til i ircult court, silting at Cincinnati, rr
iUir d the applicants in Ihe elei lion manda
mus cafe to in ike their pMiilon Bore detinue,
and lor thil purpose gptnled them access to
ihe returua in the possession f the couni)
A levolulion in llurmah aud the murder of
Km? lleeliaw are rumored. Darlier dif
niiches stated that he had stoflnl at the
llrltiili uliimatiim, and announii-d his inien-
ii.ii to resist their Invasion King Milan, ol
S rvia will postpone lurihiir operations un
til the decision ot the conference of the
powers is announced, and iromlsea to discon
tinue all warlike movements if the status ipio
is re tored, Kngland, Italy and Austria hue
assured Prime Alexander that lie shall not be
depond if he lays p-nper respect lo the
wishes ot the powers The cir has al o
consented to Alexinder's continued rule
under certain conditions ra.teur has proied
to the rieucu acadtinv the etllcacy ot inocu
lation for hydrophobia, (Veres, the Peru
vian rebel, tins len detealed in a two dajs'
batlle, i he Pieucli have also again deftatid
the lllsck Flags in Toii'iiin, with lunch
All attempt to indute tl e president to take
auanlte part In New Ynik politics, the ll'is
ton Post ptedicls, will fill, Irom the tact that
('leviland holds to the idea lhal he is presi
dent ot the people and not the boss ot a
parly That l( high ground indeed, and qslle
uuexpttUed under tha UicutulUacti,
mjti!pjjiiii! mmi"' mj-rn'MBf!
r : nun uoiir vossriHHiT.
The Womnli Areel.il In Muslim la til
Mlfe nf n t'.illrelililli,
I rom Morning 1 - 1 1 1 1 u 1 1
IIiwtiiv, .Mine., 0 i.i'i llio woman who
hiu been under arrest at police headijuartirs
alncn Hnlurday In connerllon with the Haiti
more conspiracy la Mrs. Kami Coolldge, wife
of Officer .las II Coolldge, ot the II alon po
lice lorce. Her ilentltywaa concealed so
rarelully that even her husband was not
aware ol her nrrist until this morning, when
she waa arraigntd in the Municipal court.
The tbar.'O against her la "Soliciting aid to
commit murder " She pleaded not guilty,
and waa held in tr 000 bond lor her appear
ance lor examination on Dec 1 1,
Mrs Coolldge looked very dejected, and her
eyes were red with weeping. 8he is a large
woman, and is lair-lonklng It appears that
she visi.ed thne times, Hose Cobb's place on
Normiin etreet, where the plot waa arranged.
Hir husband had a short Interview with her
to-daj, but ahe had little to a-i.i Khe claime 1
that ahe did not Intend to allow the murder
to I e committed, but wanted to git hold of
Ihe 11,000 and keep it. She alo claims that
she wns dragged Into it, but does not say
.i mi: it i a ia .uisifio.iii' Houir.TY.
Km ournglnii Kciiiirt uf IVnicresa nt Tlielr
I rom Morning 1 dltlon
Mai.imii, Wis., Oct. 27 The thlrty-niuih
annual meeting of the American Missionary
Association met in thia city this afternoon
Tlie riport ol the treasurer showed total re
ceipts of the past year to Sept 10, from all
sources, to be ilto H04.00 Hie annual re
port ol the secretary shows the work d me in
the poulh bs follows Number of churches,
112, missionaries, 8'; pastors, ll'i, inem
liera, t, HB1
The educational work shows, chartered in
stitutions G, normal and grade schools, II,
common s hools, le-,, instructor', 2f.0; pupils,
8 Hi I.
Work among Indians churches, r, min
isters, 7, niMnber, 101; schoils, lujteich
era 7't pupils, 700, Sunday school scholars,
Work among the Chinese schools, 18,
mis-ionaries, JH, pupils enrolled, 1,4 r7,
average ntlenda. ce, T 10, ceased (rem idol
Work in the woman's bureau has been
, i I-, iiorrriri..
Ills (3 re lit Ciiull.te-lll e I hue IJllHy will Cnrry
II mm MiirnlliK Idltlnu 1
Pint Atitli iiia, Uu. 28 Mr. lllaine has
not lest his faith in Pennsylvania republi
cans. Slate Chairman Cooper recently wrote
to Mr. Illaiueiniiiing him to spak in Phila
delphia during the last ot the canvass in ad
vocacy ol Colonel Quay and the cily ticket.
In reply Mr. Blaine sent the following litter
Alui'tTA, U, Oct. 22 188 ,.
lion Thomas Cooier, Clitirmin, etc .
My Dear hir I would glally come to
Penn) llama and sey a word in response to
your kind invitation if it were in the least
degree necesiarj. Hut my engagements are
ot a kind that cannot easily lie laid a-i le,
aud Mr. Quay Issure to be eleclel by a ma
joril) f many thousands. You will there
fore, 1 asiume, readily excuse me. In any
canva s where my presence may las deemed
advantageous the republicans of Pennsylva
nia have the unlimited right to command tne.
Very sincerely yours,
Javh (I Ulaim..
Til K .IVIKIK It II KOMI,
Hut Hie County -l.rk Turna tip Cimvenl
If nun Morning Mitlnn j
Imiianaiolu Oct. 27 Ju.lge Ajers re
turned to Ihe City in the eienlng and held a
night session of his court 1 he democratic
commissioners hal completed their recount
anl claimed to hale found errors sulluicnt to
elect ltiley, democrat, by two imijonty.
The attornej 1 ,r Pritcharl, republican,
asked the court to instruct the commissioners
not to hie the rep rt, but the jtidee refusrd
lo do s ) The attornej then nkeel twenty
lour hours time in which to i ret, are a peti
tion lor an lnjuncti m to restrain the filing of
the report, but the judge also declined to
grant this reepiest However, he agreed to
gne Ihe atttrney a hearing at 12 o'clock to
night. In ihe meantime the democratic corarais
fioners Hre searching for the county clerk, in
order that the) maj hie their report. No
action was laki n in relerence to the broken
r. ATt: ii.
Imjianacoim, 111 27 The democratic
commissioners finally I und the clerk, but he
diclined to open his olhce for the purpose of
liiing the report No further aleps were
taken t' -night in the matter of tl e proposed
injur cl on.
1IIK t i.Kt'r v I.SK.
A Unit l.etllur TtiHlilleH I'aveiralily lei the
I In. in M, .ruing Hlltlou I
Kmiohia, Ks , Ol 27. In the W'alkup
case this morning Nathaniel II. M rlon, ot
Vidalia, I.a., elilor of the "Sentinel' ol that
late, who wits i lentifieel by I)r. Scott as hav
ing called with Mr W'alkup, corr iborate el the
doctor's ustmon) regarding the interview
Witnca also related alleged del amhenes
wuch were carried ou by W'alkup and him
sell at Kansas Citj end elsewhere, at various
lines in 1881, reciliug them with evident
liideon C Miller, of Hutchinson, testifuel
that Mr, Walkup had said to witness on the
ca's last June that he was not well, that lie
had been s'e k Ihe pre nous winter aud took
arsenic then, and It tifarlj got away with
on i r-,;ni. v. i.i i h it i TViti:.
Mr. Ileie.w' Account Ciirrotmrtlte-e! ley nil
lll.t I liell.l i.r lieu, llritnt.
II rum Morning 1-dltluu
Cincinnati tic I. 27 Juigejamislt Swing
wrote a letter March 21th Inst to the Clermont
count) Courier, llalaila 0 in regard to the
statements which have been made Irom lime
lo time about the political and personal rela
tions u tiicli t xmie.1 be w.en President An
drew J hiioii and (!eii(irnnt Tin Courier
puhliialiou has been re primed, and ill sub
stance pracilcall) agrees in all material
p mils Willi the statements in the recent letter
of Oepew The lacia were given to Mr.
Swing ai d to his father Judge Philip 11
iwing, ut the I' S Court, b) (Jen. (Irani,
who was a perron a I triend of the family.
A Fluiinrier ArrU.il for Kiiiliezlement.
llonT in Oct. 27 William J lle.t, a liuan
ner who was prominently ec minted with tl e
atlalia ol the tollipsed Paelhc bank ol this
cily, was arrested in New Vork, charged
with emhizding $7'.onn as trustee of the
will of the late Krancis W Carrulh.
l,ilatem eil lit- KegUlry I.hw.
Cincinnati, O Oct 27 Judge Kitierald,
ofthepullteioun, tola) declared John Wiley,
colored, and John Duller llrowii, guilt) ot
violation of tin regis rj law Wile) was len
ient ed ci one )ear in tin work bou-e, and tu
pay a $1,000 tine, llrown'a leultuce was de-ttrrvd.
TUB NATIONAL GAIMTAL
ITK3I1 IfirKHItir FHOM TIIK
SKA T II V Nfll fVfO.HK T.
Otllee-SeeUrra llarleel llnt-TI.e I're.l.lent
Hectares thnt Mini, i.r Ills Time !.
Hi. lie In Hh.Ip-,1 liil.lnrl Meetlnj
The I're.l.lenl will (In II,, me le. Vote.
II mm Morning IMItlon J
W-AsiiiNoros Oct. '27. The following waa
today promulgated by the president lor the
information ol the public.
Kue i th a Mansion, Oct 27lh, 1885.
I'or nearly eight monihs a large share ol
the time ol the president has been elevoted
to the hearing of apt licntlona for office and
the deliruiinatlon of appointments. Much of
the time thus speul has undoubtedly sub
served the public good. Some of it has been
sacrificed to the Indulgence of the
people in their natural insistence up
on ii'dess interviews, mil some of
it has been unj istillibly wasted. The
public welfare and a dun regard for the
claims of those whoe Interests in theOjvern
ment are entirely disconnected with olhce
holding, imperatively demand that In the
luture the lime of the President should be
otherwise occupied, and ha confidently it
peets that all good ci lr.'LS will acipileece In
the propriety and reasoneb'eness ot the fol
lowiog plsn adopted to that end
Af er the first day ol Novetnlar, the Presi
dent will decline to grant In-
ternewa to those seeking public
poutions, or their advocates, on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. Djring that
month, Irom 10 to 11 o'clock in the morning,
he will receive such other persons es call nn
slrlctl) public business, and on Ihe same days,
nt ball-past one in the alternoon, he will
meet thoe who merely desire to pay their
On all other elays and times during that
mon-h he will receive only cabinet officers
and heads of departments,
THE CAIIINKT MttTINO.
The cabinet meeting todiy waa Attended
by all the members except the postmaster
general, who is out ot the city. The session
was devoted principally to theconsideration ol
iiuestion n.ising under the establishment ol
a boundary line between the United Sla'es
ard Mexico, and resulted lb the formulation
ol a series of ins'ruclions to the officers en
gaged In that service, on behalf ot this gov
ernment. The question of allowing the publication
by the pre8 ol annual reports of bii'eiu
officers in advar.ee of their being submitted
to congress wis ulao consideted, and it was
decided lo leave the matter entirely to the
ellscrellon ol Ihe heals of the reap ctive de
partments, to which the bureaus ate attached.
Al ACIIH l.llll IN OIKU Till UOIII.KK.
Col. liradley, ot the Thirteenth ln'antry,
hai sent th" following communication to the
war department, touching the operations of
troops ursuing ihe hos'ile Apaches'
"Under date ol Santa pe, Oct. 10, (Jen.
Crook reports by telegraph that the hostile
Apeichcs, who hale been in the Dragoin and
Chericabua mountains ol Anzina, since the
list of September, were dnveuinlo Mencoon
ih sixth Inst, by two troops ot the Tenth
Cavalry and a party of cowboys.
So lar as known there are none of the hos
tile Apaches in New Mexico, though as they
have been driven out of Arizona it ia very
lirobable that they will return to the tern".
tory sooner or later.
THE rtHTMAttTEK MILL.
The acting pjgtmas'.er general today ap
pointed the following lonrth class postmas
ters Kentuck) Jamestown, W'm. D. W'ollord.
Ohl '.oraines, Joseph Melekorn, P m
berton, j .ck'on White, Cold Water, Jo H,
lleikemejer, New Knoiiille, I,, h, McKe
stroth, Cridersville, Thus Blackburn.
A "iikhiiim" thick.
A treasury emode that causes some com
mon, n was the discovery, on the Boor ot one
of the offices, of a letter purporuug t la?
written b) one of the lady clerks, and vio
lently denunciator! ot the preMdeut. The
lady beard of ihe discovery, pronouuud the
letter to be a malicious lorger),aod sum
moned eicrts lo prove her statement. This
is one of Ihe methods tecenllv Introduced I.)
which it is iiuped to get rid of otlenstve par
tisans Ohio democratic congressmen are here in
force again. Koran ha ut gone home, hut
I.tFevre, Outliwalte, Seuey, Hill, and Wil
liams, n well as Frank lltird, are here, and
spent the da) visiting the departments.
"W'hil eloea it all mean t ' A correspon
dent asked ot Hill this morning
"I'll tell )ou what we are here for," he re
plied. "W'e know very well that alter the
November elections are over members will
begin to tlick in from all over the country,
and It will lie almost impossible to get near
any of the departments to see about appoint
ments, ao we have come at this time, when
Washington is comparatiicly rjuiet, to get
ahead of the rest ot the lei o8. Tola) I
got some fiurth-clas9 postmasters appointed
in my district, a el will have some commis
sioned within a lew da) a. That will com
p ete the I tfat . I appoiutmrnts lor 1U) district.
1 suppese other O'no members are domg as
well as 1 am."
FllANK lit Kl TILL WHY OtllO WAS LOIT.
A ter all the ttiss the l)e moerats have made
aliiut the ' b.ood) shirt ' cauias in Ohiu, it
is ier) auiiislng in hear Fra ik Kurd, as he
did lo lay, slate that natiina' issues cut no
figure whatever in the campaign ' It was
purely a local fight,' be added, "and the liej
uor question was the leading lealure of Ihe
discu nous. The Demexrata lavored license,
and lie Kepuhli a a Aanted taxation uf the
liquor iralhc. The (! rnians voted agaiu-t
the 1) moc rats because they alleged that the
DemocratB had not done all Ibat waa promis
ed, the) were mad and they went over to the
Kepuhliians. Ihe I) mocralic cleleal is no
relleeti n upon the admiui'iraiion, and the
administration is in no wa) to blame,"
THIS IS NOT OH KNriltr I'AHTiaANIIII .
It is smt at ihe hue ileiuse this alternoon
that the president will leave Washington
Sunday evening and proceed direct to lluf
lalo, where he will cast his vote lor the
democratic slate ticket, and then return to
Washington, arriving here Wednesdn) eien
lng or Ihurslay morning. He will protnl.li
make thejorrney alone
Hill IIIILh-IN Tin mi.
Hole in-the-Diy, a great-grandson of the
famous Chippewa chief ot that name, is in
the cit) with Minnesota influence, to eicure
irom the prisident an a.aiintiuent to West
Point, when a lacancy occurs. He ia young,
lall and straight, and of lery (repcisesiing
personal apaarnlice, with but little tu sug
gest Indian hlo d in his veins. He dreads
well, aud is said to be highly educated I jr his
years He was al the war department today,
and made a very favorable impression upon
the officials that he met.
ruuri.hr aciaiist jauikii.
Protest will be male ngalust (icdfre)
Jaeger's appointment a) spec ml revenue
agent. It rakes up the old tact that when
treasurer of Ottawa county he deposited
county funds in the private Toledo bank ol
Crouse A hinllli, nt ten per cent interest,
thus violating the law twice, as the statute
requires public money to be kept in the
count) rate, and no personal profit can tie
made 1'he bank lailcd, but the legislature
lermiltel ihe loters of Ottawa county by a
two-thirds vote lo exonerate Jaeger, but his
violation of law coulu not be thus removed,
Cjinniissioiier Miller Is censured lor appointing-
Jaeger, as he knew of these ficla.
The other day there die I at Turin I'adri
Glacoinci, the c m'essor ol Count Civour, It
was to Padre Oiatomo lhal Cavour aldreased
hla dying wcrdi, "Father, a free church In a
HtllM Off It Jill. IIVKAV.
Ihe Itlili k Flnics Agitlu tlefeflteil by lien
From Mornlinr I dltlon
TICK III.A. h I I AOS ItllTLHHl.
Pauis.OU. 27. General De Ooiircy, the
French command'r In Anam, telegraphs aa
followa (Jeivrnl Vegric r has again defeated
the Black Flags between the Bimhoo Canal
and the Hap Is Canal, and has driven them
toward the ncrthwest with heavy losaea. The
French losi was amall
KKIll I All OllltNTAL in von.
IUmioon, Oi I 27. It is rumoied here that
n revolution h-is broken out at Mandola, and
that King Thcebaw has been murdered.
A allll IAN lieiAST.
I.ciNrioN, 0 t 27. In an Interview yester
day n Servian diplomat fall "When the
Constantinople Conlerence separates we will
assume the olfen'ive instantly We are fully
able and preptrcd to crush Bulgaria."
IS TIIK HAtKINS.
I.oniion Oct. 27 flie S riian minister in
London contradicts the report that Servian
irojps have cro'sed the Bulgarian Ironller
and spired a cn-tfim house If the frontier
has beet) crors d it iiaa ti en by bauds ol ma
rauder", not b) Servian sol Hers.
I.oniiin, Oct 27 1) spa'ches from H-l-
grade slate lhal the delegates ol the powers
have finished their parte) logs and reported to
tlit ir rest ecllve governments thejmeasures to
be taken regarding Sofia
St Petfksiii ho, (M 27 The ovoe
VrimjH published an interview which its
correspondent at Phllipnppnlls hid with Mr
Karovelc IT the Bulgarian premier. Mr. Kar
oieloir denied that Bulgaria had any agree
ment with Krgland or Austria befjre the
llotimelian revolution respecling the union of
Bulgaria and Itoomelia but that they acted
on their own responsibility in bringing about
"If there was any Instigator in ihe matter,'
said the Bulgarian p.emier, "it wns Hihs a,
whose consul general al Philippnpoli, M
Sorokin, hrst agitat'd the union and helped
to Btart a newspiper at Phtlippopolls devoted
to the c use of Ihe union with Bulgarian
money. When I entered the ministry, be
lieving the game dargeroiis, l stopped the
aub-iiyof the Bulgarian government to the
newspaper and also forbade tneetinga of
unionists in Bilgarla."
London Uf loner J. A iiispaicn irom nt
Petershti'g, received this afternoon states
that the C? er has agreed to the proposition to
make Prince Alexsnder Governor ol Eastern
Koumeliaon a teitain condition.
MWllMI or 1)111 11. 1. Kits.
l're,ii,Ne,el I'lnn nT Itenrgnnlatlon at Hie
irrnm M .ruing 1 dltlon
Ciiicai.o, t) 2" boui sixty represent
atives oi ihe wlu-k manufacturing interests
of the country met here to-dny for the pur
pose of reorganizing the oil pool or forrniog
a new one.
The first business transacted was the ap
pointment of a committee ot clcien to pre
pare a pooling plan. The committee retorted
shortly, and the remaindtr of the day and all
ot the evening up to ad iiirnment was devot
ed to the discussion ot the plana
submitted, no agreement being reached. The
plan presented by the committee is to restrict
the irodtittion ol mills in ihe association to
one-third of theireapacity, and if that does
not advaocetbe price of the t.roeluct the n
sociaMon is lo export Its goods, even though
it Ins to be done at a loot In ca a me m
her shuts elown his mills Ihe association is to
allow him the h gal rate of interest on the
capital thin thruwn out of employment. The
advance desired in prices trom $101 to
f 1 10 tor hign wines and tl '" to $2 10 lor
nicotic 1. The session will le resumed to
IliroHTA.S I UUIlh I tm ri.KTKl).
TIih Ouee-li nleil I re.-e eul Inclined Tlnne
Ht shreee..,rt llnlMheil,
Irom Moroni,, I luiuiij
Cini inn in, Oct 27 II. Colhrun, general
freight and prtJ3enirer agent ot the Cincinnati,
New Orlears and lexis Paiitu railroa 1 today
reecned a dispatch trom icksburg announc
ing that the incline i plane at that point is
com, leted an 1 lead) tor business. This is a
workwhnli connects the kksburr A Mer
idian, and the Vicksburg, Shreieport A Pacific
eliiiiona of the Q leen and Crescent system,
by transferring pn-engert and freight across
Ihe Misi'ss.ppi without change of cars The
last named eliviM .n connects with the Texas
Pacihc system. It has been a work of great
difficult , bin its completion is ot vast im
portance to the traiel and traffic on that con
ui cling link The first transfer of tour
loa led cars and a sul'th e ngine, lor the Delta
bide, was m ide this afternoon and eier) thing
found to be working pert.ttl)
mHHAIIIOitSI.lt! I A t'K.
Th I aw nml llr.ler I engue, e,f ( iiiclunnti,
Alrer itihit le ItreakiT.
II n.m Morning I diiiuu J
Cincinnati O.I. .7 The l.i and Order
League, ot this city, h is beguu an ttloit tu
cuiupel theaters to cease giung performances
on Su day The) sent noli is to this ellect
to the manage'9 li-t week, but all the theaters
were o en last Mm la) Yesterday the)
cu-eel the arre-t ot fjitr memla-rs ol two of
the companies wbiih gave er .rman'ea ou
Su da), and le I ly Ihese pleaded guilty The
lustiet-cit ll.eitaee, at the rcejuest ot the
pre i lent of the league, assessed the lowest
penalti, fi anli ts, in esc h e me. Mime ot
ihe managers say the) will be glad to close
on SunJa) if the law Is uniform!) enturced.
Ill, o, lol, ! nil ll.il.il.
St Low, Oil 27. Theodore Thcma",
acouipai.itd b) Manager Locke aud his or
chctrn of 75 iiiu'iciais, arrned here thia
mom ng in preparation lor the grand musi
cal tesuial wh c h will be held in the new
Music Hall, ot the Ltposi nn, Wcdneuli) ,
Thursds), Friday and Silurda) ot this week
M'Th mas hell a rehearsal this morning of
Gounedes Oratorio,' l,rrl I'i.i which will
be roluceil tor the lust time in America on
Friday night b) tin urcheelraaud a chorus ot
Srttrlrt Iner I pi.lelnle-
Fall Kn nn, Mas , O I 27 Twent) eases
ol scarlet lever were discuiered to-da) In the
tenement blocks owned b) the Teeunise b.
Mill Compani. Chiliren Irom ihe blocks at
tended one ot the latgesl an I moU crowdel
rtlinnl buildings in the illy, having over 700
Kl'.l 1th S rHIlH lilt. II I It f.
The eleventh ami ia1 convention of the
lUitn ad Coiilut-tors Mutual Benefit and Aid
Society is in lessiuu al Chaag i. 1 2i dele
gates are preseut.
John T.emer, the c hampiori oarsman, ar
lived at bis home in Me Keeipcrt, Pa , last
even.iig, anl was teiidere I a reception b)
over J.'ioO lee.ple at the Palace nuk.
The remains ol 0. Him. tlorringe, who
lir.nik.lit Ihe obelisk lo this eouutry, wire in
terred in II cklan I ceme'er), Spirkdl, Pa,
)ea irday. The ml run ill wai p ivate.
Fourteenth strict, .Sew York, wag ablaie
wlih light lasl night, the . .tint) democracy
gathiring al Mrinway Hall to hold a tnais
meeting to ratif) the state and local romina.
tions. His ilulluna were adopted lauding ihe
slate and local cmditatea in warm terms.
Then the chairman iulriduted congressman
George L. Converse, ot Ohio, who addrasied
.1.1 Itr.l.OltSTI'h II V II l,H AS1IMTAM
i uivksi r.it, i-imi.
Tlielr trhemrt In Keep their lu,,l,
frnin HuratlnK Snme Impnrtntit l.ettera
(IITereil In r.vl.lei.ie-Unrel'a Imaginary
From Morning lditlon)
Niw Yoiik, O.t. 27. Judge Ilirrelt took
his Beat on the bench In the crowded court
room ol o)er and terminer at 10 otlock this
morning, and the trial ol Ferd. Ward was rt.
sinned. Jamea I). Fish, the ex-bank preei
dnt, was aeatel In the room Jiuiea II
Fish, the stenographer of the United Stales
circuit court, who acted as stenographer dur
ing the trial of James I) Fish, was sworn
He tealllied as lo the reports of that trial acel
as to the authenticity of the reports shown
him, which are to la- used in evidence. Ben
Jamin Full, the late paying teller ol the Ma
rlne lank, was called on redirect ixamlria
tion, He testified aB to the deposits kept in
that Institution by the firm of Grant !t Ward
and Ferdinand Ward. He also tealllied to
the certification of several ehecka, and Ihe
custcmot the bauk. His examination was
broken b) Irequint met lions taken hi coun
sel nd argument upon rulings.
James It hish was called
During the progress ol his examination,
Ward handed to (Jen 1 Tracy a number ol
letters, which werec He-red in evidence Most
of them were vtry brief. In nearly all ol
tbem Fish urges Warde to get all the money
he can at once, end in oi e of thern fish tells
Ward tlmt the bank ia ilal,000 under trie
The first one ia dated January 2d, 18,12
The following is a simple lener
INKW .o,.K Jlec 19 s-ej
My 1IKAR Mr W ami let me knn If lol
Orsnl can (ft 8I0OO it ii ,ljo. It more linn
that It aoulel i,e ell let us gnlher all the
money we en Let me kli.i. I.y imkiii, II youcan
inline, I I, HH
(Over) ' If yen rim corner! more of tl,o, Mr.
1'ncltic Ir.l e In u. a.ti nl 1 1" e lll.er lor Ihe t.ank
or uiys-ll, yeiu lia.l heller do so ll, want
lAoothfr) "lu!-oi.e we c.n Mail! it a elsy
longer, but I am afranl tliere in rouble, ahead 1
a ei not at all ami. Ill ,ns now to ee into the Krle
Am re.rry we salel a ill. .in at,i.ul It II ,ou
know of some accepl .1 I ma , who winlj, to te
Creal.le nt of a unall bank down tbe itreet, 1 can
nlaplirefor him oi.m,
Kept 7, ISM .1 D I '
On bisic-lirect examination tistf said
"I knew of Ward in W7. aid was person
ally acquainted with h in in tne summir ol
1H77. Ilj Feb. 1, 1H82 I was aaso la'ed in
business with him in Ihe firm of Grant A
Ward, tbe latter conducting the business. In
January or February, 182, there was a
change in ihe relations letween, lie Marine
Bank and the firm of (Jrint A Ward. Mr
Ward told me then that the builnes
ol Grant A Ward would be changed ao
that they would give up tbe slock
business, and through the influence of Gen
eral Grant, Stnator Chaffee, Stephen H, Klk
ins and others the) had been otlered govern
meut contracts lor corn, hay, leed, etc., and
that it Gen. Grant received the nomination
for the preside nc) the business would be
Wards counsel moved to strike out all
about Gen. Grant. ' It was my hope,' said
counsel, that the dead hero's name would not
1 dragged into this case, and that be would
be allowid to rest quietly in bis grave."
"I have had enough ot that," said Judge
llirrett, "the name you meution is not la?,
smirched al all, and the evidence gnen is
Mr Fish continued 'While in Cuba in
Feb , 18"., I received a letter from Ward
staling that he hal irocund government
orders on which h hoped to make a profit ot
$150 U00, but that he did not wish it
known as it might injure tbe pmatect
ol the General in securing his perion, and
then he would not act with the firm. In
order to raise uiocey to fill this so-called
orders notes were made by Grant and
Ward, and endorsed by me, and discounted
at the M irine Hank or other places Ward
told me the money was used to buy beef,
cjrn, wheat, etc , which was to supply tbe
goiernment with it- orders as given The
special account of Grant A W ard kept at the
bank, related only to government accounts,
Ward stating lhal the business would be eo
large that it would not la- worth while to
tn i up ihe monevs received Irom it with the
general account ot the firm.
'I received a letter dated March 5, 1882,
trom Ward slating that he would need
nionei to supply Ihe government wiibalarge
numbered buchels ot oats for out-of-towu
Other letters were offered that were pub
lisheel ou the trial ot the witnes-.
The Sartorial I., meal It Ti neihteeettetriea lrn.
Illllltll eil Me tililla.
Philaiihiiiia, Pa , Oct. 27. The widow
of General Grant has been greatly grieved
and pained b) public dircnssiin of the dc
inesiicallurs ot her daugVfr, Mrs. Nellie
Sartons. The "Public Ledger" is authorize 1
to say that all reports to the ellect that Mrs.
Saitcri' has applied, or contemplates npjlyitg
lor a dtiorce, or separaiicn Irom her husband,
are entirely without foundation, and cruel
woinds to her feelings.
neiu i r.i ii.i.i-:.
Mown sin li, O, ii ' 2e,. Pro'. S
II. Sentry eni compauv, cf t-prmg-lield,
will give a gram concert at the I rank
bn school In use, Frida) evening, Nov i, h.
Thecomiaii) is ci mpced ot eight selected
erfons. The priuiiial part tf the exercieea
mil consist of local and instrumental music
It IB not nccesiar) lor us to retcniioind the
compani, as Ihe name alone Is siilhitent to
draw a large audience. 1 ne rice of admis
sion v. ill be ten ct r ts tor chll In n, l'i cents
lor adults. Doors oien at " o'clock. Good
order will be Bin ll) enforced throughout.
For partitulars tee bills. All who wish to
spend au evening ot amusement should not
tall to attinH. Mr Harry ltovtlus and
Miss Annie II illentme, ol near this plate, at
tended Services at I.agonda, Sunday last
From general a cirarces, Sunda) and Mnu
da) la t,on Kast S ring sueet, ne need a
'Squire and a constable, v ho will attend to
business and be on hand at all
hi lira Let us iniestigate and con
sider Ii Is dargcrous to be sfe
Die. killgore and nile, of Tremnnt Cin,
were here Sunda). Two monster rods
veeie put in the chape 1 last Saturda), to pre
vent the building fiom further spreading.
Me'ir. Killlmum and Sanders of Dsy-
tot nete in the villsge last week (Jute
a c) clone swept ihrough ihe neighborhood of
Dtere achool-liouse and NeJUjvm recent!)
Fortunately, no serious etamage was done.
Walter llolmau is recoiering frum the
elfectsofa ver) Bore hanl J hn W'yant
moled into the house recently vacated by
11 II lluggart There Is a great demand
for corn buskers in this neighborhood, which
already ehowa that Here is an increase in
labor and proapenty We want a change
Mr. and Mrs Jacob cuing, ot rear this pine,
It-It tor Uil'lmore, Md , Honda) lest, where
they will sejouru some necks, visiting Int lids
and relatives 11 II lluggart has pur
chased the Dunn properly, on F.sst Main
street, lor '. iOu He is now building a
large blacksmith shop, where he will beg'al
lo meet all of his old customers Miss
Kmma Tiaber, of .Setov.n, OMo, is here,
ihe guest of Miss Annie llaerr. Joseph
Andted lap'ured a rattlesnake last werk,
havii g 11 rallies and a button We are
having a great deal of excitement just now
with a great deal ot aminement thrown in
htnd ui out the Salvation army.
UHUCE, HUK d. CO.
i i i
New and Choice Merchandise,
consisting of Men's and Boys'
Outfitting Tor all humanity, will
be exhibited for sale in our Colos
sal Store. A line of goods the
like of which has very rarely
been seen before. The very
of the most celebrated cloth'ng
manufacturers or the United
States. PERFcCTSATI FACTION
GUARANTEED OR NO Sf LE.
Men's all-wool sack and four
button frock suits in handsome
and desirable checks and mix
tures all made and trimmed in
the very best manner. Large line
SPECIAL LINE OF
BOYS' SHORT PUNTS
50c, 75r.,$l.0O and $125.
All Ihesg goods to be seen to be
appreciated. Inspection invited.
HANCE & CO.
No matter How much others
BLOW, no matter how many
advertising DODGES they re
sort to to decoy you to their
store and deceive you in their
goods, W WANT YOU TO
KNOW that we CAN AND DO
sell you HONEST GOODS AT
LESS PRICES than any other
dealers in the city.
HANCE & CO.
14. T7C-. ivrLiKar.
Next to Black's Opera House.
All Shades of Good Silk Velvets
that retail at $1.50 for
This is a Saving of
11 C'itK n n. Yard I
AM) IS .KM' Mil: Tlll.M. FOK
llltKMS AMI HAT HUM.
30 Dozen more Rough and Ready
Sailors and Turbans at 24c.
13 II 1 IS IV HART'S,
19 EAST MAIN.
ROTH & CO., Cincinnati, O.
bolt Amu In tbe U. H. for th clbralei
l'arls Kid Olnrea
I'rlrw llata mailed free llvm application.
r.xciuUltely cleaned, 10 cu. it pU
iNiningr, 4 rw. rur rr JHirj,
laOTH-S GLOVE EMPORIUM.
11T Will rtk St.. OtMtaaa
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