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SPRINGFIELD GLOBE -REPUBLIC.
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KVKNINC, NOVEM15EK 14 1885
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Wisint,ni, Nov. It. Olunvalle) and
TVuiiese. fan, -slight I) vuriuci wt-alhii:
Nov. 14, iSS
Present indications point to
colder weather; if this prove
true, the clothiers' season will
be fairly open and the results
of the long, hard, preparation
ior winter will appear at Owen
Brothers. It is therefore a
good time to repeat a few
words of the manufacturers
Our mammoth outfitting es
tablishment exists as the ideal
clothing house of Springfield.
By the large use of capital,
by the employment of the best
energy and skill, by sound
business principles contin
ouslv applied, we are kept
first in the retail clothing trade
of all the country.
1 Ins is recognized nere m
Springfield, and in every sec
tion of the land where our
branch houses are located;
Indianapolis, Peoria, Terre
I laute. Fort Wavne. Green-
castle, Lafayette, Kansas
City. Mloomington, Lockport,
Syracuse, I'tica. Norwich,
Rome. Little Falls.
Owen Brothers hold place
and prestige by giving the best
for the least. Great opera
tions and the use of ample
read cash capital make this
possible, and vast increasing
sales prove it done.
The season presses, we
name for the most necessary
They who have them are
lucky; they who have not, can
find here interesting stocks
from which to make their
choice. Interesting prices
made by manufacturing and
heavy dealing. See index
twindow; comfortable over
coats $2.50. 3.50, 4.00. The
same comfort with more wear,
5.00, 6.00, 7.50. The big
eight hundred in four shades.
a regular storm resister, $S.
Beavers, worsteds and wors
teds again. $). 10, ii, 12. 13,
14, 15. Fine fur beavers
handsomely finished. $iS.
Newmarkets $19, and so on.
More satisfactory than read
ing descriptions and prices, is
seeing. If your'e minus an
overcoat, (our word for it,)
you can do lots worse than
walk leisurely through our
GRIM VISAGED WAR.
Is the Nes Which the Cable Brings From
the Other Side of the Ocean.
Hhi lilnn pt. tin- Kulguri.iii t'lml-
lfiigt. iiimI Manlio Mi Irnij uti ollii
Itiiliiritm lir t- l.nt mini r?t
iiikI lir I'li;)ttliiK Knout.
I IM1N. Xnl 14. A dispatch fliilll
Itclgradc sais; It is i.flicl.llll aiiuouutnl
th.it the Bulgarians, haling attacktsl the
-eriiaus .it easin. King Milan acti-pts the
ji t as .1 ilti l.tr.ition "t .r. I'e.u-e Is the re
lore ended .it si o'clock this morning.
King M1I.111 has assiiuml i-iiiitti.iinl of the
"mtiijii ami), ami .nine oierations will lulu-gun
1 ! SVn inn armi Im comiuenc.il -
nir forward, ami an .hIv.uk' on Nina is an
ticipated. Tin' troop- dlsplai much enthu
m u.i HIM. ON oi i .
Hi 1 i.iiinr. Nov. 14. The --email ami)
is man lung in three iln i-ioni on N.ti.i.
lien, llt-natt'iitcli commands tiie left wing.
n'ii. I.t-shycauia the right, and IClntr Milan
the iimiIit. Tlif ulnili' fon-e is exptvtul to
tiiiicentrate at Soda on Nov. 22. 1 lie roads
ire cm cred mill Minn, retarding the pn-
gress of tin- anny.
Kit. Ill IMS.
1M t.uitit. Noi. 14.- I ii.U-lif- fnun
the front state that a sharp light has o.--
furred lietwccn tht' advance guard-of the
s-cniau and Bulgarian armies on tin- ro.nl
li-twecn Kt-in ami ltl.isina. Itulmin.i.
in i i-ii i iM.M.niiM i-iumiiii v.
Hh.i.i:aik, Xin 14. The Servian divi
sion marching from 1'imt dim ton Nitiaiull
pmlialili liaie tht !irt thvisiie battle
ol tin- u.ir t-arl.i lomoriou. uht-n
thei an- eititiil to teach a
ilithcult ami n k) piicc of the liragotut-ii
ili-lili'. when- a nniiilH-r of Bulgarian bat
talions haie In-n cuiicciitratcil, and where
a stand ma) t m.ule.
t M.t iii -mi k Hi- i-i:i i n.
I,hmhi. m. 14. -Tht- tlii lanition of
uar li) t.ria actnist Ituliran.i i-aiwil a
ili-itrt-svion in tin- Ignition situ k m.irkt'I.
t iiriliii and UhiiU fi'II.
SENTENCED FOR LIFE.
iiiiiC tin- i-lf.4 imfiisl 1 ii rilt-n-r, 1'i-r.
m.ttii ntt i-i Imli-tl.
Sif auiiui--, HI . Xm 14.- YiMiin;. nho
iiiife-til tht innrilt-r tif H. l Allt-n. mis
it-stt-nlay hmimlit ln-fort' -lutlirt Killxirn
ami a inn. -ii-unr-uiiil to tn hi- -.null .
oimss sUiti'iiii'iits as niailt- at ilitTt-rt'iit
tinitrt. to-itiiI In fimrl. lib- last st.itt-
iiifiit was a I0114 histon of his llfr ami ail-
it-ntuii-s. uith tinnlt-s .urainst rt-licioii ami
tli- lvliioiis trniuln ciit-ii .at n-foriiutor-,
iiistitiitiiitis, Aftt-r tin- nr-ullng, svtt-nil
iiitillal lnt-ii ami Hit' linson anthontios tt-s-
tilnil that tht-i foiiml m trati-of iiis.miti in
tin- inniifr, Hinl thf juri rt-tiinnila it-nhrt
lindin him sonp. Jiulct- Klllm askisl
ounisif ht-still ior-isttsl iu his tilt-a of
Ktillty, n! iioii tn-ini; ansivoriil in thf
BOinnatin-. M-iiti-ntiil him ttJinprisoiiim-nt
for lift-. It is thiuiirlit. in -as,. thf pm-r-nor
tlot-s not 'union William Tlurmas lm
ha ttwml in f j ears of a eiti'ii icar
ttltlt for this enino. Ms frii-mls w ill ct-t
his t-isi' N'fori thf t-onrts on a urit of
I'inrmwntitl I'uMt beii.
I'viuiv. Nrfi.. Voi 14 - I!fMirts re-ii-iiiil
at the ami) hfaih-iiarters statt- that
the IVcans are ont from their resenation
m Wjoiniiu: on auntlu-r lu.ir.iu.liiii.' tour.
tieneral Hoiianl h.is -;iifii tlwretionary
onleri to the eoiiiinamlt-r of Kurt Mi-Klniiej
to nnish the notation of the dine jireserie
laws in elIoiiMone I'.irk. Many arrests
hale liet'll iiiatle, hut the it-nalty is ouh a
small lint-, ami has no terrors to the iarh-
I'i:n. No). 14 ";rannj" .loluisun is
lisitiiiKiu Cieemille. Asi (iieen "ill
iriiea Iiituie sihiii. -Charlie I! Mi ink
nent Inline to Waiakoiietatonn:ht Miss
I'.lla Martinil t-ntertauieil at her home on
riiim street last ni,-ht. As Is aliian the
ejise, Jlis Klla'siniiMs ile.irttsl simen-l.i
tii'Iiin: that thel hail thoioinjlili eiijouil
theiusflies. Miss .Marl Tellonl uilluiii-
a niiisicale sikhi. (Jmrhrli iiiti-tnii: at
Mullt-rri stieet eliun-li last nivrht Kei
Mr. (Iil-ui Is in timii apmi altera nsit to
.laikson. (). MissMella Molt, of M.
Paris, is ii-itiin; her lirother here.
Mis--s Donna KitueraM. of WeM Milton,
ami llonna l'unihivi. of New Carlisle,
were the gtiiMs ol .Miss ;.i M.ilfoiil last
umlit. Milton ami Carlisle ouu'ht to In
pnmil of thee rein-sent.itiies. Miss Kit
iceniM has a nomlerfulli sunt soprano
lout of almost utiliiuitfil siot,-. ami mil
soon eulliiate it still mure hi an attenilance
at the Collect-of Miisie in Cim iniiati. .Miss
ruuiplirei s.us she i a ihhulittsl leailer of
the (iioiii.-Kri'i m u aliiajs on the jleii
for it fieri eienliur. -Mrs. Hr. (. .1
Crosn-iior is Nitlmr her parents at Xeu
Carlisle Mrs. ('. II. tinmlrieh lttuniitl
lestenl.ii fnun 1'l.un Citi. The oiter
siipi-er ciieii hi I A II. ladies last ludit
as a tniml Mims- Imtli as re-ranls -oup
ami tiu.imi-. l!ei. Mr. ('miileii. presiil-
ini; filler, uill pri-ach at Miillwrri -Inrl
(hiiieh tomorroii moriiinir Ham (an.
salesiiinii fur K II. liililmn. Cini-innali.
is iisiiim; olit friends around town.
I don't kiiou ii hen I lias mi ieed its I ua
at hearim; of all oivinrenre at the I'lnk
Thnrsiliii n'mht. A eertalu tlauiM-1. uho
has Uvn altoirether too inuih Ilatteiftl hi
U'lin; uioin;Ii duhlKsl the "Trojan tjiieeiiiif
the Kollers,'" is ceiifralli proiiunent hi n-.i-son
of notliiin; hut her olln-ioiis manner.
hi this oi-easion she uheeletl nisotentli
around on a eoiiple ol little skaters iiho
eie forming for the Kraml march and for
hade them to skate, l'rai, uho runs the
Trojan I. ink this iiiiiuauueiisl mrl, or
tines i: II. Coo'n-r'.' Ilium illusion. "o.
in. I inform Kank Hniclitsi-f IMIiias. u
'I'roi. to the nuinlH-rof .ilmiit a doen. unit
to Lima Tliursil.il moniiim to attend the
hit n-jimeiil.il inntinjof the eienth Ohio
legimcnt of the iiiuforui rank rcorjaniiusl
at Cleiel.tiid la-t Xnsiist. At l'nju.i thei
in re -ouied hi thediiisioii- from l.io uulle
and l'Kiia. also In the Mdne) diiisiiiii at
. tlnei Arniim; at one o Im k. tlu-i lit it
imtlii Iiiina and Kenton diiUions anil .
tiiUnl to the Castle Hall of Lima I ihI.-c
Ik re the) iiere iIlmiiI"i-, and disN-iMil to
tiie larious hotels for dinner. Tro) iient
to the Lima House, where the) lien-s,-md
in lirst-el.issstile.lnit the inpnetnrsiliil stick
the rejnlar rate a time or tuo. in the fne
of an ai.'rifHient for a -JO in-r cent, nslui
turn. At -J.-Jd the lejiuicnt -n.is torineil for
a istrade. No. :; iTmj i lieinj color i-tun-p.111).
it made Trojans fi-el -jimh! to s,-,- the
other tin isioiis hitch onto them I.'iien.is
fonuisl In C. r Thoiii-snii. of Troi. attmj
adjutant, and crjeanl Major Kletcht r. ot
Kenton: ami uas luonsl m the fiilloiimj
order: Colonel. Frank Lllis. of Trm: Lt.
soiouei j. n. tun. ot (irtruulle: M.u..r
Hone, of Kenton: Mai or and Mirjeou
Urooks. of Lima; Adjutant C. 11. Thomi
soii. of Tni) Lima diu-ioii, Mtlnei. Tro).
I'nin.i. (ini-mille. Kenton, lter a sho'it
icinuic. Iitmltil h) l'ast Chiiu-ellor Kielue,
aitinjas piidc for the hand, the icji ut
The lisp ctor Gcnpr.il of the Army Sayi
Teat th Physical Fi'.nrss of Re
cruits is Considered
To tlii. Vc-;!,., I t ir , n, n, i ctnnll
llinlluiis I;, ,, ,.,rj l.i-ul.lHtioii
A;Mlii.t uiintrit-s Uho lit-
fust- tlitr I'nrk.
lNst'KIOl! l.lMIUl', ItrtliltT.
Wsiim,-i1N- N'oieinltT 14. 'I ho an
nual lepnit of the lustvtor deiieral of the
Ami) recommends that pmi ision he madti
for cli-ric.il assistance to oilm-rs of the In
titoi (iincrar.s ilc-aitiiniit, and for the
lloti!on of funds In the i(ssessiim of the
en dun assistants ot eiismeer i-hn-rs. The
attention -ald to sklnn sh linns; anjl to
liehlei tieltl artiller.i has not kept piceSilth
the small ami target jiractice. It h recoiu
tneniliil that all the proptrl) oriraiuml field
batteries In- asscmhliil at some jHist uhere
then- aie faeilities for instruction practice
ami dull. A eiialri school tor all hrauches
of iiistriutinii iHrtainuic to that branch ol
fciiite. including a traiuiuir scluml fur
'I he conci'iitration of the 1111 military
justs into a inuih smaller iiuiiiUt of largo
it it mpil. Ihf Hist schools have not
proied a suet ess. its far as the enltstedjiieii
an-cum i null, hut haie pronil aiiaiian
tace to clnldieii at the jsists. While the i
rharaeti r ot the recruits enhstme during the I
I.i-t lear has shown impion-iut-nt oier
foriucr it-ars, it is i.ttll apparent that pliyM
eal titm-ss is coiis'ilertd to the neglect of
moral and nmital iiualiticatioiis. It Ls rts
t on.ii.eiidi-tl that nriuitinir ofheers lnjlieli),
to a more stmt amiui.t in this ri-smtL
annual reimrt of loiniuKlore Slcanl,
The I3ig Springfield Clothiers.
This ni'ii colTec is a peculiar combi
nation of til. lice trades, nhich, iiheu
freshti -;rouiiil ami earefullji (irepaml,
fiirni-hes a drink unprecedented in
jicltnpss nrd streneriii; lt frasrraiire
and tiniti Unor will fHsciua'e all
liner- ol irtioJ eefTee. anil tlios-e who
h.ue L'iien it a thnroiiirh trial are mil
nilliti-r tu iu.'fit any Kulistitnte.
FO!t S.UX IIM, KY
THE J. D. STEWART CO.,
12 &. 14 S. Limestone St.
PoUCTIHL BLACKSMITH, HOUSE SHOEfl
Antl General ltealrinK Koue.
CEXTEK A5D FJCTOKT STS
A tril.i- ( nimiteiii til.
ltmx kto.. M.LS.S., N'm 11. A niauu-factun-r"
inee list was iestenl.il mstnl in
the factor) ofC. K l'orteranil liuintsli.iteli
the Listen vent out. A ineinlier of the ad
iisori Imard uas s,s,'ii last iiuht and stated
tlut the men hail not liet'n unlertsl to t;o
out. ami that he could not mi' .ill) ri-:ison
for their leai in j the factor). If these men
remain tint it is prolnhle a ceneral strike
will lie iiiaujnrattil Momlai. iihuh mil
throw .'i.two hands out nf uork.
ICiilniait An idi-nt Jit Cliii.tgo.
Cuicawi, Noi. 14. -The incumiiij Neu
York express on the Chieajo .v Atlantic
It.iilro.ul was throun from the track just
inside the eit) limits, at almut '.i tiVIm-k
this uioniitiK- None ot thepasst-njers were
iujurtst. exceptiiu: tuo ladies, uhiiiifrt on
their u.ii to lieuier The) utieludli
In uisiti 1 ht ciiirme and bajjaire e;ir were
badli lrlktsL The cui-h' tif the accident
1 erkl) Hank siati-iiii-nl.
Nm VoKk, N'oi. 14 The ueekli hank
tateuieut shims the follow injchau'-'t-s:
lians. tleerease, S5-.i,W)0. Sj-tne. de
crease, sI.uib.IiiO. Lt--t.il tenders, increase.
si l.i7.rt00. IleKists, tltvreav. S.vu.-jvu.
lliciilatioii. tletre.ise. --41.0U0. Ke-sene.
The banks now hold 5"ji.4'."i.i:i in excess
of leiral reiiih-cinents
Itii; Fin- nl Atisiin, Ills.
Clin it. n. Nm. 14. The little ullajeof
iistiu. Ill . uas iisiifd bi a ihMructiie
lireearii this iiinrmuK. iiles" Illisk w.us
colisunil. louuuniui: a 1-aker), Traill's
ilruj store. Warnotk's miHt-ri. the Misst-s
'I ai or"s milliner) shop, ltowen A Duntle's
leu elri store, a liarU-r shop, a hotel with
itslueri .tin! s.ile stables. Masonic hall,
skatiuj rink. iKistoitid- ami news stand.
passtsl m n-iieu on the public s.pi.uf ami
held dress parade in fnmt of the Castle
Hall. The strti-t disp.n u as 1:0. nl. the
lii.mliiiic uas a credit, and i-oiisidi-rui-; that
the) had iieier Ni'ii tojether as a rejiiuent
N-fore. was ier) cretlitahle. After parade
thei assi nihltil in Luna's li-djt-rooin and
adopteil regimental hi-lau-t. ami dsH-rsiil
tosupj-t-r. Lima Lislo- has the liiitM and
NM arrano-d Castle Hall in the Mali
outside of ( hieiuiiati. N-inj the entire thud
tloor and HUi feet si'uaro. arnuii,-eil into
autisnHims. u.iitinj and club nanus, and
lodse-rnt-in pni-r. uhich is dtvorattil ami
fiiniishtil in a iimel and ni-Ii ui.iunei. I!.
itie the rejular nuvtiuj nuht. a short ses
sion uas held, aftel uhu h the tuo p. 111 of
laiiTe rollinj ilisirs, N-twet-n Imlje-riHiui and
drill-hall, ueie oiemsl. dis.,isinj ,ui or
chestra .ilread) tuiuil up. and braie Kiii-jlit-and
fair ladies were soon whirlmj 111 the
ii.iltr.ortleline.it in j the intricate Injures of
luadriils: 11111111111111-: until after mnliuht.
Tlitise uho did not dam e found social ititcr
coiirst or rt-solml into card-parties. Tim
uas ai'couipauitil hi Mrs. Llha ,uul Mrs.
Wajiier, uho expiess thcuisi-Iii-s as pcr
fivtli ilt'lt-jlittil. Lima IHlse tuieml
theinsflifs null ulori, and tht- fair la
dies of the citi frladl) aiailnl theniseln-s ot
the opirtuiuti to be present. It i nitend
til to ban- these re-riinental liiti'tincs si-nn-aiiiiuall).
the next N-iuj 111 Kenton soim
tune next sprinj. and in Tim in aNiut a
it-ar. iihen the iron I ptuple of Tim can ti
the uiiliUn slori of this raiutlh 'iikiiiiiii:
chief of the Naial Itiue-.ni of Ordnance, hag
N-eii submitted in Si n tari Whitney. The
esimi.ues n,r n.Mit.ir .ui;rei;ate S3, 40s.- j
M2 Two huniliiil and tift) thousand dol-'
lap is askul fm the eK-nsi-s of the torpedo
Mation and pluchase of a Nat: S'-Ts.VtfO h
nskiil for the armament of the four new
ii-ssels aiithor ztil hi Conciess The rej-ort
M)s that this (I.iierniiii-nt hasNi-n urtually
i-iiouii to lie uidcpi nilent of foreicn liianu
laclurcrs 111 obtauiiiij i-oudcr for heaiy
in the Circuit Court eti-rilv, in ther.iso
of I.Vv W. ,-ksiv the .Vi-nrii.V.ir
Coinp.111) for I N-l. the jnn found a lenllct
lor piamt HI for one cent daiuaires. Hicks
xias the spiritual adi wr of Citeau. and the
iVtirrhaiciil him with s.'uiir ("iiteairsboily
to the Anny M11I1c.1l Museum, for ulucli
Jin ks cla metl --.si.iKtO
:-eitriil n stern hii-hiNts of Conirress
haie 1 pit-ss,.ii .1 di'ti-mimat on to adiocato
iitaliator) leuislatiou of m - sort af-ain-t
coiiutlics uh.ch ilisrrun nate acauist thelin-1-ortatioii
of Amiiifan j-nrk. Assistant
Nuetari of Mate I'ortcr si d the French
.oieinuifiit has alread) nvetletl from its
j.rnhihitor) dccrii-s, and -ermitttil the lin
loitation of American pork under certain
lolnctioiis. ami that further negotiations
aie i mini-;. No negotiation.-. i.-tRinllm,
theCeriuan prnhilution diin-eaie iH-ndinir. I
It sivius that the Ci-u-niiiifiit has thoucht
it unu isi to f mleaior to icnew nejotiitions
xiitli Ceimaii) 011 this I'ln-stion. knoiiin,;
that nocoiKissioncan beohtamtlat present
Pai-ers haie Nrn riven til by the Clerk of
the House ut llcpn-sciitatnes mi in-; notice
tif contests for Tour -nit in the next Con- ,
eresN as follows: Campl-ell apiiiist W'eav
tr. for the Mxth Iowa district: Khld apilnst
Mn-le, IZIeii-nth Indiana; I'aje ac-ilnt
I'erce. Secimd l:hlr Islmd, and Curd
inrainst ict.niuis, l:,th ;!,
these documents piott-sLs haie N111 receiied
fiom eitii lis of ( alifonua urjini; the 11011
Mitiiijr of the Conjress onal dt It ition from
that Mate, on the croiinil that tl.ey inrenot
It call) eitited to repicsent the tlistrn ts for
nhich the) ueie jiien tertiticates. In on0
casi- the pttitest dtvlaies that Il.iicia) llen
lei, of the rir-t district, is not aritum of
tlie Uuitttl M.ites.
CALVESTON'S CREAT FIRE.
I Ihlnl of lln- ill in Kiiins Ton ICesi-
1I1 in t-s I11-.1 rotitl.
Oai.vi-stov, Te.. NoieintKr 14. A few
minutes after one o'clock Friday morning
tire broke out in a small foiindr) situated oil
the north side of the Mranil, near .Sixteenth
Street, and N'fore checked it burmil a swath
through the residence imrtion of this eit)
tile or sh liliH-ks wide, to the lieaeh 011 the
(iulf. oier one mile in length. Near!) st-ieti
hundred line residences wen- destrnjed.
The entire lire tlepirtinent was on the
prouiid but they imii-il iirah-7ni and un
able to fijht the Haines, N-caiise of the
heice wind and suftneatim; smoke.
ANmt four o'clock the fire N-irau to spread
to the east and to the west of Sixteenth and
Seientecntli strti-Ls, the wind rose to a cale
and pandemonium reigniiL For a tune it
sti'iiuil as tliiiinth the entire eaMetn half of
theclt) was iIihuiuiI. The tire spie.nl rai
idl) to the southward, hckine up the blocks
of elejant resnlcnii-s, hastily nhmdoiitil by
their inmates. Ily hie o'clock it had reached
ltroadwa), 11 Inch threads the center of the
island, runnini; east and west.
At -ei en o'clock the wind sue Mirns of
d) ins away, and shoitl) it liejan to shift,
then to deeie.ise. until by eight o'clock only
a fair brtive was blow int. Hut b) this tinie
the lire had eattn its way to Aieniie (),
whereat ! .too cliH-k it seemiil to exhaust
it-elf. and the firemen comine up checked
its further lavaces at this point, or within
two blocks of the (Julf. 'I he burned dis
trict coiets tifti two blocks, seien of which
aie not inept entire!) clean. It Is sixteeu
blotks hi depth and aierai,es a uidtii of
From tiie housetop the smnkinc burned
district resembles a huje black half ois-neil
fan, Iiuur across the island from the bay
nearly to the dulf. The island at this point
is nineteen blocks, or one mile and ainiarler
The fire started on the north side of Aie
nuti A. N-:tcr known as the Strand, which Is
one block fnun LI10 ly, and It stopped
within tun hlm-ks of the (iulf. SKtti-nth
btieet is nine blocks west of the extreme iu
hah.table end of the isl.mil, the first nil
flcnt street N'Uij Sixth. Fiom Alenuo A
toAienue I) the tile uas tonlimil to the
strip Nnitiiletl on the east by Sixteenth
Street and on the ikM by Scieniti-nth
Strti-L 'I he business part of the city begun
at Tiientiith Street and runs wot ten
blocks. 1 his outline locates the tire, which
N'gan to spread rapull) alter it jlissiiI
Aienue l. Hi the lime it had reached
Aienue .1, or Iiroaduav, it was meeinne
nearli thiee bjocks in width from the west
fide of -fifiuct'iitli Strti-t to the cist sidn
of Koiirtii'iitli Strti-t. About thrtu hundrnl
linuses ueie humid, which weie occupied
lix full) file hundretl families.
From Aienue A to Aienue E for four
squares the burmil dwellii ts were occupied
almost entireli hj the smnr diss, and sev
eral families were ciniitltil into a single
house in this strip. From Amine K, how
ever, the .linnet! distrut incliiilcs the wealth
iest and most fashionable isirtiun of the
city. one iiiuuirtil elegantly
tug aid The Italtlniore A Ohio Telegraph
Company has ti-mleieil the 11-e of Its lines
fn-e of charge to the Kelief Coinmlttee.
There are upw inN of a thousand families
homeless. Those who liaiehou.es are shar
ing with the unfortunates.
The total loss to the insiinnce companies
Is SI. I'JaM'.V.. New oik rnderwnters
Agenc). Home of New- York, Insurance
Compili) of North America, Western of
Canada, ("it) of I oiulun and Commercial
I'nioii of laiudon sustain the heal it st Iir-ses.
THE SENATORIAL MANDAMUS CASE.
Ooinit-1 for llntli sites slinw I rrt'culMr
IIIim In t!i lEetiirni-111 the KtMlriire
lli-nril The f'li.n Jfiit T'krn I lij the
CixisvxTi, Noiemtier 14 In the Sen
atorial Mandamus case )esterday the l(e
publicani uitroduteil returns from seieral
Uemocratie precincts. liouing in each in-
Mance some lufoiiuility or irregularity,
generally a failure of the election officer- to
pros-rli till blanks. 'I he returns from I're
enct (". Twenti-sis-ond ward, were the
worst iiitriidiit.il and fairl) parali7nl the
court. It was hieiall) coiertil with blots,
d hooks and hangers. Names weie
tieail) all illegibly written, obscene words
were iutcrsifrseil and no tallies were
apparent. The names of the election "Ul
cers, as written on the Kick, did not It Nik
like those inside the tull-honk. At the
close of this testunoii), Mr .lordon, on be
half of the Caniassinj ltoard. li-gan to
show lrregnlarities in titent) more Kepub
lican precmct-s. This continued until the
noon adjourning hour. He claimed returns
made afttr the six di)s allowed by law
were iritgular. At the afteriiism session of
the court Dcput) Clerk White tesiihed that
the returns or I'nfinct K, Eighteenth man!,
iere first bioncht to the Clerk's ollice the
afti rnism of thetlai the ("amassing ltoard
first nit-L Testimony irf accountants as to
the accurac) of the figures in the alistract
of n-turns closul the ti-sttmonv in the case.
The luiKiiiluigs were then adjourned until
Monda) when argiuiieuts will begin. The
court will allow each aldo four hours for
C01 1 11111 s. ().. N'oicinber 11. Man)- per
sons gathered 111 the Supreme Court ) ester
day morning expecting to hear a decision In
the Cliicmnili Senatoriil Mandaimisca.se.
but Judge Owens .iueili took up the busi
ness of thetlai cots sting of oral argu
ments in some Cleielanil lawsuit. This ln
dlcansl to Judjes Nash and Harrison that
nothing netil N-eiHittsl ami they left the
court room at e It 1- helieied now- that
this court will remit r no decision until
Tuesday ami 'rhnis not until the case is
decided h) the Circuit Court at Cincinnati.
READS LIKE A ROMANCE.
Il)ing limn hhm k rum
Vnilllg Ijlil) Selin.itinii.t
mansions are 111 nuns, .iiany 01 lliev res
iliences had beautiful gardens attaihul. and
the jnouied loss dties not n iiresent oier half
their lalue all in.inucr of estimates are to
N" heard at this time.
The I it) Assessor s.i)s the taxable value
of the duellings burned is iu.10,000. This
makes the actual lalue of the property
SI.. '.00.000, which perhaps represents the
lo-S 111 lllOllC).
The insurance is estimated ot 51,000,000,
although some insurance men who have
ReiHirt of the .Mailer of the IVnmjlTnl
httite (trnnire nml the Work Ilonr.
HosTiiv, N'on-niN-r II At the third
day's session of the National flrange Pat
ronage of Husbandry, the reports of
Masters of the State liranges were returned.
One of the most complete and Interesting of
furnished , these ua.s preseiitnl b) Mr. L. Khone. Ma-
terof the retiiisiliaiiia State Crance. He
stated that eleien new granges had been
organized and ten icorgauiztil during the
)i-ar. making seienti six in the State, with
a munhersblp of aNiut "0.000 Four co
operatue banking institutions of the order
and upw.inl of tift) cini-ratlie pnsluce
stores and exchanges hale lieen estahlishetl.
A impular s)steiu has Nvn inaugurated
of making contracts with n few of the
leading wholesale hou se ui the principal
cities of the State, 11 herein the dealer
naikeit oier the district, place the insurance agree to sell to the meiuN'rs of the order
larger. So far a can be learned uot a single at wholesale prices. This trade lias ag
accitlent occurred. gregated 51,000,000. and had saieil twenty-
lliescem-aiirinctlKrimigressof the Srnl tiit'isL-r cent to its patrons. The State
iiassi-;(y fnghtful. So tilled with misery ! Crange had pn-scnttsl. ami the Legislature
ami terror that iilKs-ier witnessed It must ' hats parse". bill for the equalization of
bear its 11d impley, f(ir a lifetime. The taxes between different Industries according
mvi ... .. -. 11.1111111; sail-in uie vicinuy , 10 ine auiouui 01 capital iniestnl.
of the lire, ami swept through the burning ' A 01II wan intnIuce.l to control transpor-N-lt
in temtic whirls eirriing uullioui of , tition conipmies. s,, that no more should be
tire ciiideis high up 111 the air and raining charged for short hauls tlran for long ones.
lurni uiii .1 nine iiisiam oier me iiofsiMi I as unileT the existing sisteni tereals
eii) aim us pinic-stncken 1uh.1lt1t.1nt. 'Hie carrnsl from Chicago and the .M
ltii)iutltil Manufat turen, Mliut IIiimii.
Vi w tiiiK. Nov. 11.-The bun mis.
Aliuut tuo thousand workmen mil N
throun out of eiiijiloymeiit tonight b) the
stoppage of work in the cigar factories of
Straitou it Sturm. The tinii jays the high
est wages and employs mill union men. but
the Niifott put on its eijars ncarl) a icar
ami a half ago ha- in it lii-n taken off.
Il.ill.tti Murilt n is to Itt-llangt-il.
Chic ii.u. Nm. 14 (iiLinlo. Aizaroia
.Uid Siliestero. thru- Italian uiiirdi rers uho
an-to h.uigat noon for the murder of their
felloii eoiintrnnaii. Fillii Caruso, passu!
.1 ijuiet uijht. As earl) as y a. In t,.ri.
uas a large crowtl .isseinhl.il in the iiciniti
ol theeoimti JalL
ItniLenieirs srj,e Knilnl.
( iiirii.ti. N'oi II The strike on the
Illinois i ,-ntral railway is apparent!) at an
end. all the brakenieii retuiiiiug to work
this morning The inen are wailing anx
lousli tor the lesiilt of the tunfereiii e
w huh i to he itcjfl b) the general sus-riu-tendeiits
of freight of ilillerent roads.
Nl w (Hit til-. Nm. 11. .V shi.i,iI
from Jackson .i)s; In the I'nlttiJ Mates
curt ii-sttnlai the juri in the case, ,,f f.
I uittil Mates ler-iis jiennls N-arNunigh.
.Ii ik ol the count), lor cutting timber on
goiemnient land, returned a lenllct against
tin defendant for --"iU,0O0.
Kiel ill ILiiik!
TuiiiiMo. Out, Noi. 14 A s,.itll
lue-senjer is on his w.ii to Itcgina lx.-aring
the gini nior general's warrant for the exe
iiilioiiiif JJJel at llegina on Momld) next,
lie will reach Jb-giua .Siiml.i) inoniing. ll
preparations for the execution haie Ns-n
ClIATTAMNMIA. TVllll., Xov. 14. Ios,
tifflre ins;si-tors ill th'w city haie effected
the cajiture of Will IL Jackson, ilefaiilting
,lsss,aiu imsi-iii.islertir Allltrlf-lls. f.a llu
Ijttt-Seus I rout tiie stale anil Neigiihor-Ii.-hI.
Samuel Mamii ha- Ni-n sentennil at l'r-
baini t if lear in the iK-iutentiari for
Heiliing to a statement, ulucli apin-anil
in the Xeina Torchlight, alleging that the
glory of Yellow Springs as a summer n
sort is on the wane, .if-orrt'siniIciit of the
Xeina (iaette sais;
NiitiiitlisUnding all assertion- to the
tinitrari. the f.nts in the t-.ie are these
Yellow "springs neier had sii.lia prosjieroiis
season for the hotels as she did l.lM sinmmr.
The hotels were full, man) faiiulit s eould
not obtain admission and had to go elst
where, and the pniato boanlmg li.nis,
Here also sought alter In lain.
Had the large N'etl House Ni-n oien t
guests, u iioiilil also iian- lii'ii nlltil to
oiertlowing. l"reiaratioiis are now N-ing
made to oK'ii it the coming m-sisuii. lt has
Ni-n t-stiuiattit tint our titti tht.us.iutl
jieople lisitnl this toitu during the sumiui i
just gone, lloo that look like "ller glori
has ilejiarteil from her".''
Coiiinienting on the pn-ialent natural gas
furor, thellainilton Newssais.
i'a)ion ami .enia sj.eeui,nors arc leasou-
mg that if natural gas can N- toiind III
Sprillgtlelil thele is no leason to exits t Us
aljM'iice in these towns am! the n suit is
preparations for the I" Ting of gas hen- in
the Miami valid..
In the fact-ot these ileielopuieiits we n
iiew our old preilntioii that j.is will not
be obtained in this iallt-1. unless it lie car
bureted hitliogen gas toriniil hi final ing
legetation near the surface ot tin- giound
Our surface strata are loo old. as was ex
plained at the nii-lit joint nintiug ot tiie
( oluiubiis and Hamilton soeiitit-s. '1 l(
ground on which Hamilton siamls ( ann
um ot water while the strata that uiiderht
the region in which natural gas is found
was let being ih-nsitisl under water. I he
oul) wai in which this gas could tiiul Us
wa) into our old stone strata would N
thiough creiices. While this is jsissible it
is not at all probable.
The Leading Circle held a mi uiteiest
lug and profitable meeting at Willow Hale
last Friday eicnluj. The attmd.inie was
very large, and the order and atttutloti was
it-r) gfrnil Tt-acheis pri-st nt: .!. lloinir
llartiiiau, M M. Jenkins, L. V. ( m-le. L
M. Finch. Iteliton .lenkllls. I'lmer t-rkle.
( C. Huilse. .1 ",. lhoiuas ,iud Wm. Il.iis-
liiccr. I'rojraiuiue for Fiiii.u eitning.
Nov. -j;, 155.-,,
2. Art antt , lent-e nf lMiif-.ithiu
Itlsi llssieli.elieiied hi II I 1 1 Pi
.i. w asliingtoii s iliiiliustr:i1ioii
l'lstllASieu. njielieit hj t, I llallse
Jew, lr) r.tilure.
Miiitiii it.. Nov. 14.- T. C
'". imjMirti'rs of jewelrj. haie
was captunil at Iis Angelos, Cal.
I'liniiliire Km lory Itiirnetl.
rnil.iDKJ J'lM.l. "Vol. 14. A large thn-e
story fiinilture factory on Allen street, to
gether Mltlicontett.s, fge")!irely dntroyed I ilutatlou:
bynreestcrua. Una tw.oou. Ilwje:"'
A astiIiankt Is I'tim i ess.ir).
IIkim in, N'oi. 14. (ieriuan naial otlici
InieNi-n forbidden to write ai tides foi
Christian!! nreito longer liable to insiili
from mars ulhie iIahoiiiea. but nine in t
of ten of the ojilt-r women, eini h, Ciuistan
tiliople. XllII liHikUskllllf'fl at :i Chrl-ll
lielieier, and greet him f, the ilin-rfnl
-Ma) the dogs deiotit xmir
! HORRIBLE CRIME.
ITII I hi III K. ste sl,,,ts His rir n
Then llliii.cir Mne Clillilrrii Left Orpli- I
ltMTiiionr, Noiemlier 14. Attracbilby '
the cries of a munlier of small children, a
j Mil ice nillcer entered a little house on
Kiuory street. In the southern section of ,
this citi, last night and a horrible sight met
Ids gaze. L)ing in the middle of the floor
In a dying condition uas William E. I
Stone, uho had liuil in the house with his
lainil) forthepasttuoiears. A feu feet ills.
taut from Stone lay his uife, who bad jut i
met death at her hu-lniid's hands. The
lliH.r was coienil with the blooil of the nc- I
tiinsof the tragiil), and in his right hand
Stone grasjHsl a revoher. Four of their
time children were uitness,s, to the dreadful ,
iletil. Accordinj to the einlence adductil.
It sienis that stone and his uife, to all out-
ward appearances, hied a happy life until
aNiut tJirtv months pgo. ulien they N'gan !
to quarrel. 1 hese quarrels continutil until
last night, when thei e was a fatal termina
tion. Stone, who is a cartH'iiit", returned
from his work atmut n-iui o'clock. He
had some angry words uith his
wife while she was preparing su
js'r. wheh led to his drawing a
reiolier and shooting her through the
loiehead in the piesencc of four of his
children. The iiifednsl hist intly and the
cluliln n In-sought him not to kill himself,
but he stii til doiiii. kissed his murilenil
wife and, piac.ug the pistol to his thioat.
In nil. the ball going npuaitls into the head.
His wound will n-ult fatally. Stone is
lorty-thrce icars old and his uife thirty
nine. The murderer left a letter which
Mould indicate that the double crime was
premeditated In it he sais that Ins wife was
deceitful and that this together with the
actions of his niother-in-Iaiv, led him to
commit the dm!.
An l.iiilcler irrcslfM,
l'lliMIiri I'liii, Noiemlier 14. Two
xears ago William Mensmg, sutvrintfiulrnt
of the North Cislar Hill ("t meter), tltil Willi
Siono of the cemeteiy fluids. A feu dais
ago It was learned that la- uas m St. I amis.
T he i-olice of that t t) weu-asktil to arrest
bin. Wlm tin) w. nt to his house they
found 1 1 1 lit with the ile-.ul Nslv of his wife,
ulucli le had not tum able to get money
though to bun. He uomisiii toinmehtre
without making an) tiouh'e if his wife's
Null could N- bioiight tiBi I'he Nli was
then-fore embiluied. tu await the airnal of
olhcers from In re
IlilililillJ I nil. -line M in Killnl.
'Jnixii Kapiiis. Muh.. Noiemlier 14
l'art of the (ir.uiil ll.ipids Furniture Coin
Isini's failori fell i.uli lesfenlay nionung,
owing to the breaking tif a ih fii-tne N'.iiu
As the woikiiien. who atterward came to
their oik. wt re looking at the partial!)
win kfiibuililmg tie lest of the structure
fell, killing Hun) 1 piiug ami serioiisl) in.
iuriuir Hue. ot mi n
I'll uro-l'iieiiiiiiiiila in New .lerser.
Tltrxnn, Noituitxr 14. -Thespre.nl of
plcuro-pncuuinuia and hog choleia through
nut this state is e.ui'uig the State Hoard of
Health mtisiilerahle anxiity. rieuriel'uen
uioiiin now pieiailsextensinl) in IJurling
toii. Mouuioth Mid Ocean coiuities Hog
cholera is at prei ut routined to the more
easier!) counties and css"cialh to Ileigen.
Cattle haie I ecu dung lei) lust in tin-three
counties first named. 'I he State lo.ud of
Health sent some of its usstaiits i( the in
ferteil distill t a few dais ago, and the) ale
adopting rigotous measures. (Juaiantmcs
are lieiug establi-liiil on all farms wherothe
tllsease Is known to exist
The Klrctiim Iteliirns Not nit In.
ALnAM", N. T., Xoiembcr 14 Thirty,
pine counties liaie not jet filed their oflicial
election returns with the Scctetary of State.
The returns were filed from Queens, Onta
rlo, Herkimer, -Tioga and Warreu eountia
enure east eml ot tile city scarcely contains
a doen br ck dwellings All is inssl
Texas pint. and it bums uith Iiulescnable
Flic minutes after a house had caught it
would be urapptil in one might) flame.
The alle)s and strn-ts for ten s, males on
eltlur sale of the bumiiij N-lt weie filled
with the hi. ini Ini f.u t-s of helpless men,
Moinen and clu'ilreu, who could tlo nothing
in such a gale hut crouch down for shelter
and watch the tl.imes lick np the fruits of a
lifituus. Although the i ictuns number
man) of the wealthiest residents nf the city,
whose liulit dual Health runs up near the
millions, it t the gi eater rt on of those
burned out lose the N tier imrtiiiiu of their
The hotels are hlliil uith jieople made
homeless In the file, and a citizens' coui
niitiee is mm at work apportioning families
to rooms and pieni'ses i.icatnl for their iish.
hierj tlrai and other lelmleui theciti Is
at woik earn nig the stiewu furniture, bed
ding and ui lines to secun- p!ni-s. 'I hou
sands of is-ople hinnt the burned distrii t
Iimkiiig among the smoking turns for i.iln
able keepsakes oi jeueii). lagiitl) hiping
find something lett. but all is su. black
and barieii ,i, a tle-ert El en the huge
wooden w Her tanks and fences and side
walks and telt phone jsile.s are huineti to
white asla-s. Nmie -sine of s ck npl
ueieliurritill) lemoieil during the contla
gnitioii and many women an- reported pros
trattsl hi the terrible excitement.
A imvtii-giit citiiiis im held t the Cot
ton I xchanje to prm de immiiliate relief
for the issuer iietuns. Alread) the rich
men of the citi anil the well to-do, eien
those w ho ham lost their elegant maiis-ons,
haie tleteiiniiied to look after and proiide
for the r own .or sople. and (lalieston
will piohahlc make no .ip)s-al to the outside
Follow nj clos, on the heels of the recent
treat sink,- which inflicted a Hume) los on
the bus-hiss i, f t.alieston of full)
s400,0(Hi. this cal.iiniti is the climax to the
WO.-S and sine ,ifl!,i tions of this eit). With
the exception of halt a dozen grocery store
and the mm and car rejiainng fonndrj-,
uhere the fire started, no places of business
As ncarl) .is can Is- estimateil, the loss to
the liisiiram-e iiuupiniii-, will readi $1,000,
000, and the total loss SJ,l0O,l)0t). The
burned distru t exit nils fiom Mechanic
Stiett on the north to Amine O on the
w.titli. and east and west between Sixteenth
and Tin nt) -tirst stuvts, coiermj a strip
fort) or titti blocks long and tue blis.-ks
broad, throujh the finest residence portion
oftlieciti. All that remilns of these once
iM'autifiil and happy homes am a few stand
ing chimin-) s and nuuiliers of half-burned
oriunicnyl trees ami shrubs.
As the tl.imes swept'uneontrollably ainn
before the gale, politouicn ran fiom house
to house in adi.uiie and nroiisiil the sln
lug residents, giiing them bare!) tune to
sue theuiselies and what clothing they
ouilil h.istili thrna on.
Ptuple thus arousts! several blocks In ad
vance of the flames, could not tie made to
realize that 'hei were in imminent danger
mid woultl not attempt to moie their etlects
until it was too late. A great many lost
their household elTects after removing them
to u hat tinii coiisuleml safe places. In a
great nuinticr of instances the dames came
Ufsin the sop!e before the) could release,
their lmises and tings. None of t he busi
ness portion of the city is burmil, and uo
(!oi eminent, city or enmity buildings. A
liiuuN-r of xaluahlt) churches and schools
haie sunVrtil greatly.
Itellef coinmitties li.neNi'ii fonnetl and
thocitiztiis haiealrcadi subscriNil SO.000
for the lelief of the sullerers. The relief
committees apHiintal at the citizen" meet
ing jcsteida) ale aetiielycngagtil, butthere
will N- gn-at suffering on account of the se
i ere uoitlier now blow in.-. In addition to
the iiNne the Citi Council has appropriated
SI.. 000 for the general fund for relief.
They haie aIo pissed the customary reso
lutions of thanks, etc
At one time during the night the wind
blew with terrible force, which carried the
flames across the streets and vacant blocks.
The insurant e men held a meeting last
night Those burned out In many Instance
lost their insurance papers.
Telegrams of condolence are pouring In
from all parts of the country. Many cities
nil towns throuehout the cuuntrv are offer-
Valle) for twelie cents iht hundred, while
the l'cnnsjliaiiia rate is .seventeen cents.
The bill wis defeated, but only by a bare
majority, and another effort will be made to
pass it next jear.
A resolution uas ps,-d inviting Com
sloner of Agriculture Colemai ro attend the
sessions of the Grange. 1 he 'meeting then
THEORY OF THE ACCIDENT.
Hollered That the Arriilent n ('muni
Iff the Great spreil in Whlrh the Tmln
was ltoiiiiitliig the Curie Coii;res4iiian
I'ittsiii ta.it, NmeiiiN'r 14. With the
exception of Congressman lio)!e, all the
persons injured by the accident at Ulue
Stone, on the Ii .t O. I'ailniad, Thursday
morning are doing well. Mr. Itojle's
physicians haie not let been able to
determine whether he has receiied internal
injuries or not He uas suffering
from rheumatism when the accident
oceurretl. Internal Ileii uue Collector Doiv
ltn. whose exs'rience in thewreck appe.irtil
in these dispatches, sais that he examined
the track can-full), ami thinks that in the
eient of the switch baling Ni-n inlsphictil,
as Is claimed b) the compaiii, the en
gine would haie Nvn the" first to
Ieaie the tra.k. whereas the engine
remiliml on the rails, wh le the train left
the track. It is h s opinion that the great
Usui at which the tram rounded the curve
was the cause of the accident. The sleeper,
he says, left the track first This theory
meets with more general acceptance among
rallinail men than that or the cnuipani.
I'Mti.v niw.N. l'a.. Noiemlier 14. "Father
is resting easier and we don't think he is
dangerous!) injured, was the lesinnse Fai
liol le gai e to the hundreds of telegrams
that came (muring in from all parts of the
country it-lerda). Mr. Ilojle was found
at his home In the afternoon j topped up In
bed. His Nly is one miss of bruises and
cuts. He hoi, to N' able to attend the
0s?nnig session of Congiess in December.
Ijlvisiiit, 1 11
m Yoiik. N'oi. 14 A pale, wasttil
hunihti.u-kl.il struggling in ilelirmm mi a
Nil Hi one of the haudsouit-st apartments in
the (Jr.uiierc). In the dim sem-,tIkuess
of the sick ehamN'r Itwaseasi toseetliat
the siitfen-r was lu-ir t! ml of Ids last ag-
oiu Mi his Nilside sOnmI two woiiiiii and
a p!i)s!fi.ui. (Hie of the women was a
handsome matron and tht other lining and
handsome. Both were .iglt.it.il. ,,,( tin
elder held .1 document in her hand, while
the lounger sIinuI In the d) lug man's pil
low w ilh a light"l camtle. 'I In-i hail Ni-n
apiaiiii-; in nun io ii-ioKt-a win. Ih-g-.ne
iio signs ol tiiiupn-lieiuiing them.
The paper was pl.u-nl in the thin, traii-s-
p.in-iit fingers of the suffi rer. while the
lounger lad) held the candle flame within
an mi b of tin- end of the pa-r. "Ittiru it.
Freddie," said the elder hull, and the suf-ti-rer
imssessisi with a brief n-tuni of his
viis,-s. made a faint uioiemt-ut. 1 hen tin
uerieless luigtrs. ( lulling in death relaxtsl
their iiold, and the paper fell on the cm er
lit. Again it u.is plain! In the iiwerless
grasp, and again it droiil on the Nil.
while the bn-itth of the d)iug man e.ime
fainteraiul fainter. The two eager eieil
watchers at his Nilside niu the strength rf-
liiisite tor the effort had left him. A few
moments atterwarils the ji.de sufferer on
the Nil had ceastsl to breathe, ami tin- form
became rigid m death. On the floor by the
NiLside lay the paj. r torn into sinj. "-such
is the ilraiu.itic s, enethat is allegtsl to haie
aiiiiiiipaiinsl the last inoineiits of Frederick
i. Dale, anil a statement of which will N-
brought out Hi court tisl.ii.
1 he older woman was the stepmother of
the iljing man. ami wire of the late John
(J l.i!e. the agent of tie Iumaii Line, and
the lounger was his sister .Mar). 'I he uT
ilesiriNil as N-ing torn was the hunch
back's last will, b) which he nit off his
relaUies with minor Nipiests and left the
bulk of hi proiverti to Mis- oiga ,e itot
tan, a loung Italian lad), handsome ami
aiioiiiplishcd. The turn will was after
wards picked up in the room, patched tie
getlier, and is now in the safe (,f the surro
gate. Tila) the iUt-tion will ! heard in
the surrogate's court whether tile pa-r 1
the legal will of the dead man. I.de uas
tw cut) -eight ) ears old when he died, ami
his intirmit) of iht-sui. brought on In an
.uciilelit in In-infancy, made llliu resentil
and hot ier) desirous of inixing iu soeh-ti
He iH-eiipinl an iniirtant position in the
llritish and Foreign Marine Insurance coui-
panx, of which he was sn-retari. and had
ace miniated quite a snug fortune. Hi
most congenial friends were Mex-inder tie
iiott.iri. n joiing Italian, ami a ineinlier of
an aristnieratie faniili. who liuil with hi
sister iu (iniuierc) I'ark. liottari is the
Euro-au agent of the Keiuingtoii nns
iMiipani. ami unit h of his tune lit totise
iiieuee of hlseuipIo)inciitwass.ntabriuil.
Dale lieiMiiie n .c!i attichul to the two
joiiiig Italians, and. N-ing Nis.sessI of kin
drtsl tastes, fie s-nt much of his tune in
their company. I luring the latter jvars of
his life heri-tiiled with them, and the at
tichment grew stronger every tlai Iu
Jul)-. 1S.M, Daleasketltwoof theclerks em-
ploml in his otlUi- to sign a i-aier
Kdwanl Feser atnl Sainuel 11. Weir, the
two clerks, did -ign IL It was the will
aNne referred to. and which li.ile had
drawn up hiius, l(. In the dot iiment he
left legacies to hi- stejeinother, si-ter and
half-brothers, and I.0tH) to Fesser and au-itht-r
-1,000 to his friend liottari. The re
mainder of his estate he left to Miss liottari.
The will came into the iissessioii of Mr.
liottari and his sister through a lawyer who
ad picked up the fragments, hi whom it
was ottered for protiate. Mr. Heckwitli. the
probate elerlt. tlecllnetl to ret-elreit as Hole's
mil. on the groiiml that he li.nl not declared
it to lie such when he signed it. anil that
one of the witnesses was a N netii-iarj. An
ips-al has been made to the surrogate to
idmit the will, and tislai the ease comes up
for a hearing in the surrogate's court.
MURPHY t BRO.
fttcCu!loilgh (oitil unit Mirer Suuvenlrs
1'mii ui i nm, November 14. It has
been ili-ctnercd tint the gold and snivel
Miuienlrs preseutnl to John McCnl'ough
during his career hue tvn lost or stolen.
They couusise a silver laurel wnath pn
sentcil by citlrens of New York at the termi
nation of Met ullough's engagement at
ltooth's theater nine lears ago. A gold
liuiial g len b) citieusof Memphis In recog
nition of his M-rforiu.iiii es for the N-uetit
of the jelloiv feier siufen-rs, and a gold and
a silier medal from citizens of St. Iaitus for
Ids similar seniles in aid of sufferers iu the
Mississippi liner floods. 'Uieintrunlcvinitli
of the memorials is s"00. Mc Cullough had
them in a trunk when liewent to (Imago tn
play his la-t engagement. The) weie seen
by liob HichanK M ('ullough's dresser,
once or twice during that tour On account
of the assoeijtinns connected with them the
family hope that the souienirs will be re
tored. The Ueatlt Seiileiiee ot luitiaii .Mqrderers
MnvTr.KVt, Noiemlier I". -Advices were
receiieil just N-fore midnight last night
that the (loiernor (ienera! had ctiiniiiutii
the death si-utencts Uhhi the bloux
Indians, the runner and Igiw-ou Mou
gmiu to iiiiprlsoiimeut for life. In
the cases of Had Arrow, Miserable Man.
Iktta, Wandcilug 'int. Iron llotly. Man-Witliout-llliHsI,
Charles Ducharnie, Dressy
Man, am! Little Hear, the lui wit! take its
course. The date of execution will be No
iemlier gT. The nuiiiltrs for which these
men are to bo hnugul ueie committed
during the siege of Itattleford.
Olka.v. '. Y., Nm ember 14. -Hon. W.
C. N'. liarz, one of the oldest business men,
and the wealthiest man In Oils county, ilied
Thursday night, after a brief Illneas. He
was principal owner and president of the
Exchange Hank, and also largely interested
In other enterprises. Jle had occupied
several public position-, and was nrj
A STRANCE LECAL CUSTOM-
I'fiilliil of Toliattti I're-eiileil to Kier)
,lur) In the Oi.lrirl of ( .liiniMii.
There are some str.uige legal customs in
coniiti'tion with the ailuiiiiistratiou of the
i oiirts of the District of Columbia, relics of
the old Maryland laws, s,i)s the New rk
Herald, but one n hlch strikes the onlinar)
ob-erier a-the ino-t iHi-uIiar 1- that which
rniiires a winning parti to a cinl suit to
,i.ii for the tolKiero that the jury which
tried the eae is siippo-ed to haie usl
during the hearing of the case.
low. it hapieiis souietlines that
not one of the jurors uses toliacii) in am
oriu. and )et tiie iuiut of toUum. or II-
iUiia!t-nt. has to tie iinl the foreman of
he jur) the instant a verdict has been reii
lenil. As litigants or their at torneis are
mt iu the habit of earning so much tobacco
in theircftithing. for custom rtijuircs a juiuiul
f given the jury, the law) er on then iiiniii,
-ide. a-soon as the venlitt is recorded
'lands the foreman of the jury 1. which i-ui-tasgiHlastheiiiiu!of
limes the juri will try s,-ieral ca-es in a
da). If the) do. the) will get ?1 for each
COM-from the w inner. The juries put all
iheir tot-iivo uttinei together, and at the
end of the term diinleit among theuiselies.
reserwiig a siuhcicht sum to bit) for tjie
foreman of the juri a cane, some kind of a
present for the bailiffs who attend the juri.
mil n NuiiUt-t for the judge who holds tin
-ourt. The jury has legal claim for the
imiiiul of tobacco in eien ease, but there is
no case riinnitii n nere ine lonacco lias im-n
rj fiisisl and a test else made. On the
-rimiii.it side of the courts the judges can.
if the) ilt-are. tinjise hues of Miumls of
toh.itio instead of tlollars. The pen
ilt) tor wiftlieating is fnun 10 to loo
imiimls of tobacco under the old laws.
I'he old laws, howeier, are seldom if
eier. entered, for most of them are suji.
plauttil bi uualeni ones, riuler the for
mer the courts can pierce a hole with a red
hot inm through the tongue of t-ieri one
who bl.r-phemes the Creator, hut thei do
not do it. There is, however, just agil
law- for it as then- is to bang iT-on in this
hstriet. slllue oi erzealotn Christians asktil
the o iftiice meut of the law- the first tune
Koliert (i. Itigersoll lti'tunil in this city,
but no attention was .iul to the rtipiest It
wasuiidcrstiHil lit the time that Col. Inger
soll would Ik-dchghttil with a prosecution
of this kind. For doing the slightest labor
on Sunday, under the old MarW.iud law.
fnun file to lift) suuuN of tobacco was the
A HINDOO FUNERAL.
48 & 50 LIMESTONE.
11 XV olllllll- Cnr-e.
Nil of straw- was spread dose hj the
Kink, and the tiirtise laid ujioii it. The
sl) was wr.ipiKil from Iiead to fisd in a
red cotton rag. Then more straw was piled
iiui the hod) and a very little wood ii.n
that, after n hicli one of the relatives touched
alighted match to the straw. The mourn
ers sat doivti uimu their heels in a group
to wiuilwanl of the pile, ami chatted sih
ciall) while they wutcbul it bum. The
wind was strong. and it burned tiercel)
for atmut three minutes, and then leri
motleratel) for aNmt ten inure, hi the end
of which time the fuel was all iolisunuil.
Then the mourners arose, dipped water
from the riier ami nut out the tire: the
corpse l.ii there almost Intact, ami we all
saw that it was a unman. The limits, were
drawn up and the face contorted, the hair
was burned aw ay, and the entire remains
were black and hidtims, )et mil) the skin
am! hair weie burned. Iresentli one
mourner put a stout stick under the neck.
.mother put another stick under
the hips, and at the word the carcass was
tumbled oier the tilge of the bank, ami fell
into the water with a loud splash. A few
lards further ilow ii it reapnartil ut the
surface for a moment; ujiin which one of
the cremators reached out w Ith Ills stick and
pushed It under, after which we saw it no
more. Not more than ten )anls lielow that
we saw the head of two large irraviiil that
floated at the surface, watching the nru-
ceedltigs with evident Interest. Two Years
lu the Jungle.
The Virginia (iaiette. published at the
iualnt old town of Williamsburg, was ei-
lauusneu in 1703,
HALLETT AND DAVIS,
The triumph of musical mechanism,
WILCOX AND WHITE
Pronounced br the best Judrrs as
the instrument not nnlj of the
preen but cr the futura. Im
provement iu it ha- reicned the
N. G. HAMILTON & CO..
Nit. ! KAiT MAIN STItCfrT.
At a Great Sacrifice.
uotlierflne lot ot manufacturers samples at
wouderfulc-heap prices. Fine
gelling at 7:tc. i and f:
ltounetsat 49c and 73c.
KID GLOVES CLEANED
for IO rt-nU pr jmlr.
tou are right, then go ahead, is an tm
liortant practical adage which should b
rvmoniN ml in the purchase of a mediclnt
for the blood. .Uer's Sarsaparilla Is a
highly concentrated and powerful altera
tiie. It is universally acknowledged tot
the Nst blood purifier. W. F. Xichola,
121"Washington St., Boston,Mai,s..ivritetl
"After sufloring for several years, wltJa
Indigestion, I was a. i-ed and'inducetl
AVer's Sarsaparilla. I haie greatly lm
proi ed. Jly health was never better than
at present." Annie Zw insky, 00 State st ,
Itrooklyn. X. Y.. says that she took Avert
t-arsaparilla for a tumor in the thr
Goitre and. after u-ing It for,
month-, the swi Iling all disapiiearajl
sous troubled with Goitre shouKtrrtM.
meditinc. Eli I'atnpbeS, "TTooker, p.
ed of hip joint disease.'
Prepared y Pr. J. C. Aver i Co., hoyuZ?
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