MOBWISO »«W A«.
Aihrrt 81»<le ye.t«id»y mornln(t dropped
. ,,, „ the Ettriek* Method«.» Church lu
, „i.urg, Virginie, «bile »bout to eng«ge
( unie Robert* wa* *hot dead by John H.
nmiiwaby, ln » bon«« of evil repute ln Naab
iilo on Saturday night. The murderer ran
, t th.- hack way and eacaped.
.itiooner »htch wa, wrecked off Old
l.iirht, Long Inland Bound, on the 12tb
. nu» tue Ckarlee Upton, ol kill worth,
She liaa bom to plecf*.
plndlay and Edward Smith, who
ipiured by tbc railroad dlaaater near
■jut, Ultimi*, laat Friday, have since
making eight deaths In all.
A freight train on the Cairo Division of
' Wnliasli railroad ran tbrougb a bridge
„ croFSVllle, lllioot*, on Saturday. One
killed and two others were ellghtly
I,Cltlr, »uiKTlnlendent of a mine near
w'llloitimrre, wa* »liot and latally wounded
*i ; iiurday night, by Denule Keller, re
CCI ,tiy I rum Io- ». No cauaa la aaalgned for
The lug Gladlelon, from Cbarleatou, left
Kcr tViflt la«t ulght from Swan Ialand,
carrying provt»lon* for the people of the
j*imi<l. who have been reported luaatarvlug
Tlic trial of Jamca Nutt 1er the murder of
*j i. Duke* will begin at Unlontown. Pa.,
iirrt week of December. Daulel W.
Vuorlic *, of Indiana, will be one of the
counsel for the defence.
(i. urge Brimmer, the fugitive Incendiary,
war. ruptured In Harrisburg yesterday and
„turned to the I.aneaater Jail. In effects
| ne ip* capture the officers Bred a number
of j ut* at him, one of which took effect In
Tlic great gale on tho Lakes, which began
mi Sunday, the lllb Inst., continued almost
without Interruption until Saturday, the
ITtIi. A* far a* known 17 vessel» were
to'aily wrecked, and Irom 8(1 to 100 Uvea
loet during II» continuance.
Two passenger trains on the Illinois Cen
tn! railway collided near Bradford Btatlon
on Huturday afternoon. Both engine» were
bail 1 y damaged, and live can were burned.
Three railroad men were killed and a nura
1 ,,-r of passengers were Injured.
The i-chooncrWin. F. Garrison, from Phll
■iMulila for Boston, with coal, went aahore
at t hii'liam, Mass., on Friday night. She
„ ,,u tilled and the crew took to the rigging,
they remained until reacued on Sat
urday morning. The veaael and cargo will
he a total losa.
A telegram from Chicago announce»
that Anna Dickinson has decided to go on
the |. < lure platform under the auspices of
the Knights of Labor. She Bays she will
malt,. Fpeccheatn ail the principal cities of
the l ulou In the Interests of that organiza
tion until the dose ol the next Presidential
The Mearner Will Kyle, from New Orleans
for Cincinnati, was sunk by a enag on
Tliiiirilay evening, while making a landing
it Au-t 1 alia, Mint* Her stern lies in 20 feet
. ! water, but her bow is clear. Her cargo
11 h. sir ted of several hundred Iona of sugar
usses. She is listed badly aud it ts
feared she cannot be raised.
Mrs. Zoo nay ward of Philadelphia, about
:;<) ) cars old, attempted suicide at the Man
fcluii House, in Baltimore, yesterday, by
fo oting beraelf in the left breast with a
lall took effect.
8li< wild her husband is an opera singer and
dt m rted her iu Philadelphia.
The female students In the State Normal
ami Model Schools at Trenton, New Jersey,
have been sent to their homes by the Prln
<■hi.il, to prevent the possibility of contagion
Irom the scarlet fever, which has broken out
in t he young men's hoarding halls. The
four cubes of lever in the male department
jiorted to be doing well. All the
(chools will remain closed until the Monday
Oliver Brothers & Phillips, iron manufac
turer!-, of Plttaburg, have suspended opera
all department* except the rolling
mill. A member of the firm said laat even
ini Hint woik would soon be suspended in
Hint department also if trade did not ira
it is said that the extensive works
8be flred seven times, but only one
The wound Is serious.
<t i:\rrson, Mac rum & Co., and the Union
Iron Mills of Carnegie «te Co., are preparing
to kIi ut down ou the 15th of next month.
M, Lydia Maybce and lier daughter
Annie were murdered and Mr. Garrett May
S almo*t killed by an unknown tramp
1 Brockvtile, Long Inland, on Saturday
veiling. Tho women were murdered
ilkiui! cow* In ttielr barn, and May
1« , who I* an Invalid, wa* aa.aulted while
t t'li.ir In a chair In the home. The object
ol the murderer was robbery. He has es
«■api'd without leaving any clue to his
• «•ir Malvern, Iowa, on Friday, Julia
Robinson, eight year» of age, started to
crm-s a high railroad trestle bridge spanning
acmk, A train approached, and the cngl
ii" 1 not seeing her lr time to slack up, sho
laid down between the rails. When the en
aw her lie motioned to her to keep
quiet. She kept still until four
when, thinking the danger over, she
up, and was knocked intothe creek aud
daiiL'i roiihiy injured.
A telegram from Norway, Michigan, re
ports that of Saturday the men of the Lu
d.iij'-in Miuc joined the Chapin Mine
Mountain aud paraded the
Mm !- nearly 1000 strong with a brass band,
until they were forced by the cold to dis
1 « r* '. Four hundred of them thon su r
roun led Superintendent Stockbridge, of the
Ludinyton Mine and beat him until he
promised to grunt all their demands. The
mob t hen started in search of Superintend
ent Cody, of the Chapin Mine, but he had
left lor Milwaukee. It Is probable that a
force of State militia will be sent to the
1.' m at
It in stated that tho Ohio river pool i»now
istalilished. The contract has been signed
I) tin* following roads: Chicago and Ea*t
illiuol», Louisville, New Albany and
Chicago Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St.
Louis, Jeffersonville, Madison and Indtana
polls, Indiana, Bloomington and Western,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Chi
Cairo and the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
ba"ton. The conditions have all been fixed,
,, «xccpMon of the percentages, wbtcb
WAR I*' be left t0 " rbltrat,OD - Th ®
mu,. ^ 8 11 "ared their decision yester
".i' Äe"™. ***"
11 . Tho pool take.
' effect from Novem
The fitearaer 8. H. Parisot, . , ,
burg for New Orleans, with 8,56*
coitfin, 1,800 sacks of oil cake ai. ^
1 1* of oil, was totally destroyed by ».
SfK "i alter 5 o'c ock yesterday morning, eight
Utiles above Natchez. Tho total loss on
b'' ut and cargo Is estimate 1 at $250,000.
ii «* boat was built at Louisville two yeare
n C", at a cost of $60,000. The burning boat
tlu.t.d down the stream wrapped in flame
until 4<>me gunpowder on board exploded,
Jien she. sunk. When the tire broke out
j* 1 « pilot, headed the boat for shore, and all
passengers were saved, most of then.
Retting ashore in tbelr night clothes, and
carrying other clothing in their arms. One
ot the crew was drowned, and It is feared
tait two or three deck passengers perished.
L is believed the fire was started by tbecare
•wsneBs of these passengers in smoking
P'D 08 and cigarettes.
How to Get 8ick.—E xpose yourself day
a,l 'i nigiit, eat too much without exercise,
^°rk to hard without rest, doctor all the
lln, **i take all the vile nostrums advertised,
au-] then you will want to know
How to Qkt Well.— Which is answored
n 1,1 ree words—Take Hop Bitters 1
Reliable Place to Buy Flanos.
George L. Walker,pianoparlors,836North
a| xth ßtreet, near Parrish, Philadelphia. No
connection with any plana ware rooms or
I'artica of a similar name.
Faeraot Voting In England.
t Fleetwood, Eng., Chronicle, Oct. I, 1883.]
An extraordinary cage of fnggot-voting
came to light in the Revision Court at Ox
ford laat week. Rev. Waehbourno West,
bursar of Llncolu Colcge, claimed a vote
for *he city. Objection wag taten to the
claim on the ground that the reverend gen
tleman did not occupy the houae which con
ferred the franchise. Ai, however, Mr.
West stated that he owned the house and
had used It during the year, the ob)-ctlou
was overruled. But the Interest in the
claimant did not rest on the Immediate
of his appearance in tlic
Revision Court. Mr. West is a remark
•bl« person, apart from Oxford, al
together It appears that he enjoys
the distinction • f being "one of the
largest faggot-voters in England."
Not only Is he qualified to vote In numerous
constituencies but he spends much time and
oney in exercising the privilege. It
admitted that be had voted 17 times a
last general election, and then was obliged
to miss seven places In which he was en
titled to perform the same operation. Alto
gether Mr. West owns no fewer than 94
votes. Indeed, he claims to be represented
In the House of Commous by as many as 64
memberaof Parliament. Groes as this abuse
of the electoral franchise ie, it It difficult to
see how it can be avoided so long as the
suffrage Is not residential. Let us hope,
however, that the new Reform bill will put
an end to the proceedings of active and indus
trious geutlemen like Mr. Washbourne
A Man With an Ancastry.
[St. James Uasette. ]
The claim of a Hebrew gentleman to be
exempted from aervlog on a Coroner's Jury
on the ground of bln being a descendant of
Aaron, the High Priest, and forbidden in
that character to approach a dead body,
seems a strange one to advance, aud so
many years have passed since Aaron's death
that the 1'act of being directly descended
from hiui must in the present day be diffl
to establish. In England It is considered a
great thing to be able io trace back to a
man who "came over with the Conqueror.''
In France a nobleman Is more than satisfied
If he can prove that any one of bis forefathers
took part in the Crusade«. What, however,
in point of antiquity, is the first Crusade ?
What is the Invasion of England by the Nor
mans compared with such
escape of the Israelites from Egypt and the
giving out of the law in tho wilderness?—
for these, and especially the latter, are the
historic performances with which the ances
tors of Mr. Lewis David Cohen, the gentle
man who refuses to "enfer unto a corpse" is
associated. Mr. Cohen had been five times
fined, when he at last appealed to the Magis
trates at Quarter Sessions, who, after hear
ing his evidence and receiving the written
testimony of the rabbi as to tho Aaron c
descent, has ordered the rem ssion ot the
eveut as the
Utica, juwk 9,1 88.
Fbawic W. Hoffman, clerk of the American
District Telegraph Co. says: "Having h«d occa
sion to use a inedioine for kidney trouble with a
lame back, I was recommended by one of our
Utlea druggists to use Hunt's Remedy, us he
had sold a good deal of It to many of our leading
lamllles here with great success for kwlnoy,
liver, and urinary troubles. I purchased some,
and huvo only used three bottles, ll hue cured
me, and 1
to any one in need of the best medicine lor these
truly recommend Hunt's Remedy
TUI. WIDOW'S MITE.
In complian « with your requost 1 sond yon a
statement of my case. I will write you with a
dout In purpose, first to thank you for tho great
amount of good your medicine. "Hunt's Rem
edy," bar done me, and secondly, with the hope
that my reoovery will induce some sufierer to do
as I did, "use the great speclflo and bo oured."
For nearly a whole yoar 1 was an invalld.unable
to g» out of the house, and a great part of tho
time confined to my bed, a living, powerless
n moat dreadful of all diseases,
"kidney oomplalnt." From tho long sufloring
I became weak irom the loss of strength, with
a lack ol vitality, and very much reduced In
flesh. All this time I was taking various mi dl
clnos, and under the oare of onr family doctor,
and not receiving a particle ot help. 1 had al
most despaired ol getting well when my atten
tion was called to Hunt's Hemody by a boarder
in my family. 1 commenced taking it(unknown
to the doctor) with but little hopes ol relief.
This non-belief was soon dispelled, however, as
1 daily begun to Improve. 1 continued tho use
or Hunt's Rcmedy(and to mako a long story
short), used eight bottles, disposed with tho
doctor, aud to the surpriso of all who knew me,
aud tny own great satisfaction, became as well
as ever. All pains and achos vanished, appe
tite returned, gained strength and. flesh, and
to-day consider myself as well asever, and only
too glad to place my testimony with that of
That your medicine, "Hunt's Remedy,"
brought mo from a sick-bed 1 well know, aud
many people who know of my condition pro
almost miraculous 1 mu happy
enjoying excellent health,thanks to
to say 1
your valuablo msdicino. Hunt's Roinudy.
Mr». L. W. Clark,
toy Main Street
Hartford. Cowîi., May 21, 1883.
THS Policy of
which is to say,
|Pe J " Davis's Pain Killer
I Captain Chas. Allen, of Worcester (Mass.)
! Firo Department, nays: " After tho doctor set
tho broken bone, I used Pain Killer au a lini
ment, and it cured me in a short time."
! Captain D. 8. Ooodeil, Jr., of Seorsport,,
Maine, says: 44 For bruises, sprains and cuts. 1
I know of no medicine that la more effective. " .
David Fierce, Utioo, N. Y., Rays: 44 For cuts,
: bruises, bums and sprains, it has never failed
to effect a cure."
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