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' .:. l'. it'!? i ...ft ;m 4' : f j : ! ;j ;-. I i I n 8 i: 1 . t t -. .. ! i ' u H 'A l. t 1 i 1 'I -.5 j The Somerset Herald. w i.iixi.spay. tt.VCltli.T 17. l--i , : flood in the Allegheny p, a..- c.iRiUr. ! lOglSia.u-ii, cnhpUTh valley Rua.l Submrrtnl a s :.. that Lad i:iore icaturrs in , M,rpl,Btf ;, works overflowed. ; weariness ihais td grandeur, was an j 'even: of unusual i.nteres' Tin; nem-. Saturday there wns a fspecial- irday 1UJ- tho iiWhiHt yijii.itijwrnwpiy iii t'lai' ii Jjiijii '"jo yi mlim iw no in ii 1 1 a , b jiiwjntu.ijj.il j jjm i . . i 'm n urn " i ' n . y i i imi ,i -i-Kt.- r.sAfj- asri-r - - . . , i ,,i lulu nno-i We patLtr from the journals from liters inr.Migc.i "Zes'.ti iS itiuuctl vis u the rivers, and i tdl sections of theStaSc that the iiu'Is ;- ; ' ' V' ; ,!ltv (.uU(i U'Stltf -Aiiftjiicny, ua on bat. n..u MMiwu.. .. - ;S(,e fla near. rviuB - , . . IKSr. If-A. r inir operations with their usual com-1 afterward to picture .T an oia n iai.mto io followiii special neiv laws of tLu Mexican H inll'c.Ii'- rif rmwi. v-n Antonia; On il.p ! hirln- n .,..! i.nmt!, n . f th.. ."kent V elit.tlrrn .Uleiiil.! sii Indian Oni "Tteinber Reform la Kvalro. S!l in-kill!; I Ari litrnt. 11. Thcj We puWirfhed th other day. the Sfbl khanna Dki-ot, I'a., I'ej. 1 V.ui i !i' t.Kl Lands, at somewhat rf-; aci.-n i.Miu..-u -"V-r-f.- s "trcam, anil neoDlc liv- ,a 100 '.ow All were ' profoundl.v impressed with -.lured wac'P. Thl p:"es to iLc wori-t of the crisis is over, . . a - n ,1 - T? '.tfii'ii in I !rc.-emij:anees w jm.u , pari. of !.,., eiore evening ' . . m r ,1 rrACtlirfl III fiC r . . I jus ocKni.p h ...... ---- found it neeess'-.'' lo remove meir nr,.foundlr impressed with tLc dra-. ? af ' ,.. t,. ,ii.tft l.i- i.-.i.:-,r -r tuar Iiok lor ..icinpnt. in tue peene. i. ti.. t '. ""ij ..v...... IH..I.V..- - I tfip imiipr" lrBi i lie .iiououiraiieia . i . w i. i . , , r n .r t, I . if n n'rii'p I it i ' ir.Iie rcsunijition, nwi a.juntin.u .i.i:.!wvm-nt for .labor. that Ie made nottliCPUgmefi rcicrenec :to tne reocnioii v.v iof tate riplits, and one-, in a pass- ! injr reference, he ppoke of the glory i . revenue diselows of the galaxy oi Maics, in j Internal Je emie ui. ,f,i.r ,,., lit-,.1,1 1 me na- Tur. kimital report of the Comm: -i..IlT if t he fuel tl.t he -ovcnin.ent main- , iv M,:,jirtrd ly the peoples vires. When the old man fini.hcd, two r..... ' n mnTiii':iei .:re t I. ...,...! m in ina cimir nnd .,. .;.e...Ue. m;T. . .... - " ed io conscHUcncc of the flood, at all .f fp:.-ito..8 nna man ( wrappcus T1re nQ dau . .iio.lintf 1 iP ' S0I110 RimiHVS ur lliv c irnu'i w unci ., , the uooerories, reach"' twcntr-five and a half feet, the highest since 1S52. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning, however, it be gan to recede, and at 4 o'clock in the afternoon it had fallen one foot while the decline was still going on. The Allegheny had also fallen to twenty Crc feet. Navigation was suspend- ;peaker to quiet by tiie dispersion of the dense throngs. i ip .. t ' .;.me ,I!KUml more t an onr-ua. u-e ( ,k noiwcaiMd consequence on the Monongahela, ..i i ....... i.r..il.Td fiilll internal rev-! l-" . . . .. , ., i l.nt mi I ii AllculipnT l)io n.n.l urn. rt'iv . v . -i:;ie, while several millions of dollars rrec fleeted from the taxeson ta'-aceo i:i ii v arious hhajies. cf the iiik- "ii-.i: CoruaiisMoner.- ing i'l'.iid of the Commonwealth re purt the r.el.l of tLe State on the 1st iii?tr.;it a amounting to 2-,7 D0,S! 1 . ..f -vl.h-h .i-W is 1,ljt hearing -i.lJ iiiMe-.l at ii, 5 end C per cent. 0,:"i4.'.,oO'J hearing interest at b uud '1 1 , rto ; jx r ':. in currency, s-it.oj .n i .lei-t ".; whii'h interest has been ttop ve.l, fi'.iO.Tii is ileht bearing no in-;ere.-t, is in Chaiulcrburg -,-rtif.c:.tes, and $500,'00 is cgricultu- pl land nerip. At Washington the House is wast ing much valuable time discussing the repeal of the "salary grab and back pay bill." There in little doubt of the repeal of the bill, although old members arc loth to go on the record for the total repeal of a bill which they supported lat winter. The mat- j Saturday by water and slides. '"o but on the Allegheny the usual pro portion of loss was experienced. The Allegheny Valley railroad tracks were submerged, and from Saturday noon until yesterday evening the running of trains was suspended. At ten o'clock Sunday, Col. Phillips re ceived & dispatch from J. J. Law rence, superintendent, who is np the road, as iollows: "The road was blocked all dav tcr has now bren referred to a select committee, with instruction to re port a bill rep alliig the wholu salary act, so far us the same can be doie under the constitution, except Judges of the Supreme Court, and ascertain the average amount of salary, mile age ami -11 other allowances, exclu sive of anv estimate for the use of A T Washington, on Triday last, the Il;iie passed, with much unanimity, b'il 2'-pre.'-riatliigfour million for ji.e iu.:rca-e of the Xavy. jin the Forty-first Congress, and re- the same day, the Judiciary port a biil LeUTjnining the cempen r,.!:::;iittec of the House, bv a ni:- satioii of Senator, lU'pr.'W.utatives trains fot through. Water two feet over the track between Jlostcr and Mannerville, and track badly used. Everything is being done that is pos sible. JIopo to have the road open for business on Monday." Last evening, however, a train jv;ot through, bringing the express passen gers who had been delayed nearly twenty-four hours. At latest accounts the rivers were still falline. and no the franking privilege pani to s.e.na-, furt(r J0ss or damage is anticipated 'fl'fiiant the Indians attacked three ..til " - seventy-live miles ironi .sau An tonio and mortally wounded one of them named Oorgc Dell. A boy was shot in the leg and a Mexican had his arm pinned to his side with an arrow. The Indians drove off i ical rule. On Nevriif.T Crilidrrn IleniSrrcd Iuscml tlu by (on!-4.n Inn Nriitiol itooui. ; !iill;f !in::iiei;t occurred ill ii v It, i.i ar Sliiiriii-biirir. o aturd.iv !ii.-. niri:r. re.v,ih.:i ' in the il Oakland, a little Milage, near ht re, ! (;,.;i!li i,f a veii:i.' i;;i:nii!:i.Tied man v. 1; reparation Church and State. The reform has not c.mn a dav to o?ooii. if some re- L:i.i a narrow e-rano from s'lloeatifi!.' i,a,j ,1 M'iroliv. a !..!":; in tl. cent fiendish outrages of its oppc- coal gas o;i iuo.-uu iiK-iuing. ps,y ,,f Spmi,..', (V-unuit ncnts, about seventy miles che capital, are former subservenc A .'tit!---;.! e. H ,l:iO :;! V. :'. - Jnlig the k"V h-.!e of oiii- ! ve.-;lig:i!i-d with asvritr.'f .'l! per.-ai;e.", a:,-l went h i:i t h.id I i i1:; cut I lui' w w i Ce :i ;. t- 'o-'-.'gil ' . i. ' ' - f : I his ; a seventy-five head ot horses. Later. The Indians in their raid on the Nueces river killed twenty-four persons, mostly sheep herders. A son of Mr. Gray, of Santiago llanche was also killed. Iluck Graves was in command of this party. Citizens from Corpus Christi are in pursuit of them. Thirty Indians attacked Keill's Ranche and captured thirty-eight horses. No person was killed. The Indians are supposed tor be Comanches. They came upon two Mexicans, one of whom jumped into a well to save himself, and they caught the other, stripped him and threw him into the same well. At another ranche where thirteen herd ers were driving eheep the Indians killed seven men and hung them to the trees. The whereabouts of the other six is not known. Bold Attempt at Bobbery by Illsh. " way Bit a. rirv vote agreed to report in favor f rrt'f i- much .'.M'ir.te , apor: ::!!ng the bankrupt law. There ppoi-ilioii, however, to the rr-eal of the biil, although Representatives and delegates TLo damages and losses reported in addition to tne itootiiug oi ceuars on both sides of the Allegheny are ns follows: Mr. Mulvcv. who iscnzared in the and delegates in Congress hereaflwr ; bwiaeas of hiring skiffs, lost his boat at the amount as near as practicable ! house from near the Hand St. bridge. th'.i? ascertained, with the necessary traveling expenses and restoring all . . . i i . . . . . : 1 . f . I . certain that it tne law is other salaries astimy uc;e ih ioii- e?'ed it will be trreatlv mod-1 passaire of that act. i . . i lie suffers to the extent of $.ri)Q The Messrs. Jackson lost their float aud five boats of coal. The Utter are since reported as having been so i -1-1 i cured nine nines oeiow. Thieves do not infest big cities or crowded localities altogether. They can bo found almost anywhere. On Tuesday evening when Mr. Henry Wcismer, who is in tho employ of Mr W. W. Wallace, the well known marble man, was up in Westmore. land county, where he had done some work in hii Hue. In going to Manor Station on the Pennsylvania railroad, he was assaulted by three roughs, who attempted to knock him down and rob him. Mr. W. had a stone ham mer and a spirit level in his posses sions at the time and he used these with good advantage. He broke the handlo of the hammer over the head of one and knocked him down, and struck the other with the level which leveled him. The last man truck nav a most unearthly yell and alf three Boafappred oft". ir. Wcismerthinks he fractured the man's jaw, and if any such ease Is being attended, it would oe wen for tne -1 . ;,. . . . ; , .... ... ... i niji i,it iur i;i toe l ve. juirages of its ti-,pr- from coal gas o;i lucidity iiK.ruing. py ,,f Spau.-r. Chau:tnt Co.. pro-: -. . ( jventy miles north' of . The presence of the poison in the air!j,ru.t.M of Isabella Furnace. It was ! , I V !. 'T'1'' S re attributable to the i was t known to tho teaeber until j i,js tvA Y t,, ,,t material into the l" ir-, j1" u,!,' '"' '"'J; eneecf politi.-n lt cicr-''!e ven o'clock, when the smaller eh:.- j r,acc, a'm! to do this It was necessary ! v v'-' .' V'-' the fitli of Nfivt!iil;er !lir n began to drop from their seals j f(iP him to stand !.;.. a piaJfonu e!e-; (.';! c;'e " V "0 f Arenka, San Luis, t' the floor, where they lay unco;,-! Vilted w.iiia tli-tcn.-e from th gr..n:d i !, . Ssn Lucas )r.noiU'-' ci.us. The teacher then, great 'y ! f;0 ,r. V.'l.iie he and a e';mpani..:i : v,lv"' :' ," ' ,c ' , , .. i- i .i;,.,:,.i ,,C!... - :.. .i . f . Ame. .rain. am. tin- re . .i I e.i. the villages o Ocotooee. and ed"' end fnnr.d ih.- town ef Tfin'ii!- alanncl, announcea iv.c iiim .-sai oi , .l.r.. ,,,,., ,.r!. . -,ti; riri-- some ma- co, sacked and destroyed vnrii.iis'l the school, but not oi r half the,tcrinl int't tb furnaee some part of houses and other property heltfiging i schollars could t;et uu; cf their s;ais. tiie ?tai k gave way and young Mur-; to j.ersons who were stipporlVrs ef;:i,l the remainder rr.pidly fell into : .,hy fell i.iio the furna.;;-, and before the new laws. On the same" day a ; unconsciousness. As tpih-kly as p-s- j ueVotild b- rescued was hi:rr.-d to. mob of Indians captured and pt i j sibio they were dragged into the air ,ri,,. Warn taken out he was a prison Adrian Varela, Mayor of Tern-1 on the ground. A few oi horrible m,tihii d corps. Tho de-. Kumualdo Iomin- j mem revncu, o:i euuii; niiu nn- :ct :is-d O iaroen in im; v;ciii;;y oi me but twenty-five remained unconscious. : f:1 i-t..,,,7x6f ; Uuniutenvil I. tin. .v pnvsic.a: 0 "a? Cl r:oii-. fn! i inal.t u s A La ('...' in. i :. ii i S'.ilcidc wrutc :'. i' '.r f 'i wli'i'ii at'il: ''I'm jroi t'i where rt 1 ;:! led Wiimn . v TJ-T-..i.: ;:;,. l, lit t( d his -i!e. : ci.iiurry are never that .he ' . ascultepic, and gucz, a tax collector. After having tortured their victims, they killed was summoned, who j them, and stripping their bodies na-! succeeded aiter long ana prr.MMe.ii ked, threw them into the river. ! fff-rts, in reviving all of tin-in. Ooc Two days arter tropps arrived sm!;httle K"' "'as three hours insen- burued the villa -e inhabited hv the '!e. If they had remained m the: murderers. The hitler rallied, how- j school room but very little h-ngeri ever, in sufficient numbers to drive j half of them at least would have been ; back the soldiers, crying as thev ,lid lat nil rehef. Several arc yet very j so, "Heath to the Protsetauts ! "Long i i( k r' "" ' effects of the gas. '1 he ! live religion!'' The municipal Pres. j f";l air was driven into the room by) ident of Atruatrueno was captured, the stove-pipe having by s line means j and, after havin-been covered with : en jammed agaius the back T the; pitch, was set on fire, the wretches chimney preventing draught. j dancing around him while he was burning. It is aarecable to know that there is food res -on for be- Tiie frf,i:ilu at Slab In lial. Havana, l)r- 1 rr 14. The man-of-war Isabel lit Ctttloliea returned to .seen." She v. n- so r.ail w.iiihl ii..i : thefsi:ier.i!. 'aliforiiia becnli.i'i : i'i!ereM. .i in Cwtton cr.jjv;. This v -he sends a thousand bales t- market. a:d next year he will ro i;it' the ! tw- iv. a 1 r - r. .: f.:.- mess quite exteusii this port yesterday. She left the' i nere is a woman in I ..va, who, Vir.r-.e.w rliirrr,;,,f nSnnnli ,,,,.' although p-ssessfil of the us .a! or- iv..?.,t t! ..I.;. Tif,,,.!.. Tl.. sti...iii!. a;i of speech, has h it s!,-:.:.w.r I'.azaii has suMe.l fmm San- '"Ve y( ars. I'lldcr a State ti a 1:0 for Piihir. l.nda, with the i"fatuti.ui she I .ad- a.. ..alb Vilnius orismiers on board, and is that she would never lyuk m-ue, expected to arrive at the latter place to-morrow, it has been arranged. so .ken fur r!:g- ;rrt fire in l!altl:urc. t a ;ai.timo::k, Pve. 12. lievingthat the perpetrators cf tlic.-o I ,,.ist tu- tVh'.rk tlii. m.'.rniii'r h ln'rw horrors will be summarily and severe- f b j k , h(. l i .i ...,., i'n n.- . Iy punished. (ineinnali Gazelle. 1 that the Virginius and her surviving pas.-etigers and crew sleili bo delifer ed to the Americans ni. the f .v time , in tec- p..rt of llal.i l I!o;n!a. Hava na remains traii'piii. 'i' wo battalions IiiiiU el's are and has, so far kept her wor A famous rat I.:i::t Lai la ;: i!t. AS inl 'Miiiv v ( 2 tlnrder In ftt. I.onl. I t'ox.RK.-s, last winter - (iG7ZP I'h lt a large quantity I pj,;cjan t0 makc it known, , at the in-1 of lumber fri K??r the suspeasion community coui,l T4 thorn? i iii.i so the pnmnmnilv ennld rirl thomsclves of 113 longer aav doubt but : stance of the Postmaster (Jeueral. ; iiri.lge on tne Aiiegneny siiu.. b scoundrel. Mr. Wcismer had C i I m it .11" i . T ! . x a determir.ed effort is to be made j ,,a,sed an act requiring postage o be -Messrs. jioinsier a 111111, propn- over twohui.Jr;.4 fo;rs in his pos- , 1 ., 1 . 'cters of a planing mill below the sus- . t .1. thieves iroi noi.e of " fi a!1KU1 l'r,V,;CST: a,T1 , lia!d 03 newspaper- circulating .a , R h Allegheny, had some i Z It ,roveJ entirel too mucl! , ! c ;.n e:,t indications are decmedly , county where published, and on ci- ltt 0 hundred tfcoasjc.J f;rt of lumber fo'r them.-iW-toMrji Gazette 1 lift. ,;ivo;a.,;c t a sueccsslul resait. ai an j changes between puousners 01 pa-. swept away. ,.. t I'.mi-rrinenRavthatther ..r n. r.,iv the Postmaster Gen- The cellar of Joshua Rhodes')! Ire ,mt willing to vote to"repcal the j (Tal ,,roi,06es to g. a ate further, by 'evvery corner of Il''ne wa y . ., 1 1 , , , and Parker s alley, was flooded or a ,Ary law pas.-ed last session with- requiring the prepayment of poejajc ; rcak ffoni the -ity sewcPf and' t0 . i:i h:;v;.ig the franking privilege ac-,nt the ohice of publication. The bill j ,aVc. tj,,;r brewing it was necessary ' no i to them again, and a tvduc-jof List sesio!l gave mort dissatisfac-j to have Chief kugicr White, of the r!-m oi smai ies, wiH, in ell probabil- j t;0n to the si.l.scribers to county journ-j Fire Hepartment, detail au engine to v be followed bv a re-enactment ofin;s than anv small m.itcr that has ' pii''-P. there last D'?lt- j - . 1 It is reported that great damage . ir.-.idcing privih-e. Speaker 1 Come within our cognizance ss a pub- jje(.n (,one t0 tie foundation of L'.'amc N (,;:ite.l as being favorable ' li-lu r, covering a period of more than tiic MW water U'orks, while the works ; . Mi-l. eti:s. twenty-three years, and we suggest jia Lawreneeville have lirn stopped. 1 ' 'to M.'.mUn i',f r.mnr-M that some by the overflow. ... - .- .r. 1 , 1.. 1 . . , 1 .1., . 1 lie K. onsoiiuaieo. ias iumpuny t con-that quarter last aiitui. t,is occasioned niueb inconvenience 10 ineir customr ers, especially the Gazette and jatc newspaper establishments. Altoc-ether the loss in nronertv will 'Jthat kind of domestic mauufiti.ri? j h(! ;,,ite a3 TnUeh, probably, as the A- wi: go to press this afternoon, j Uioal wi!Jberais-! The Consolidated (.as Lonqu 1 i,-i 1 '.. ,., i ,,f ho r.iui-i . . . works were subnferged, and in ;!;e ,i,h). toe people of the tom-, -f hinwr t0 the Yo.t- ,Cf tJiere wa, no light from monwe-tn are ootcrnimmg l.y toe ,r , l(,rAT&u So-called refornis. j quarter last i.iitut. This occasi allot- ... ..1 lee late cl the proposed new ;,. 11-1 . .! . .... 1 .1 V. ... ! U.iioil. m oa; me prooiiuie iv oirs will be, we Lave no means of j , .Kd timber for r-uur-rribiTs to ronnty newspa- 1 make ana unmase congressmen IflSMW K(plula i UtniettTj liotlf. -J.t ('or. leiiing. but we do know, judgin ;;,:m u,e cnai.ges jgaiuM 1... ;is n,;;iicr scarce nor bard to find. last great tte.rlWbur,h C:,wer t.;cnt among the journals that come j onjoy niU5M(riM ,V,M :,our table, Hat a few more weeks ,.PP,in!vlt,.k .!loui,rut fortret to1 -- ;ime f-r discussion would Lai c bur- i .Lom t, 0Wc tLcm, else thry may .ed it uii'icr a majority 01 many xuou Raid on Illieit Diatillera. 1 cciolg .r dutv that we have discharged f jli unpleasantly reminded of the fact. ; there is many another point where economy and retrenchment would be 111 . 1 economy ana rcireiiciimcai. ouw w the premises, we abide . ",, . . ' .. ' more fully appreciated by the ji-.Hscs . . . 1 1 'i.e lcs:.Ii Willi a serene r-jmii. 11 ;!n r.vW t'ot'.-tituti ui is aiopted, we -:!i-ero1v tn:t the future mav prove ... ,.r -i,. ,r! has been selected by the pemoeratie v. e were :inSiUhcU III U.r 'siisus.ic 01 iini.ts inut will spring iivui 11 1''kkn'amh Woop, the man who inembers of the House of IL..,.:.u.'U tatives as their leader and tho leader j.arty, does not receive the n.l if it tins out that we were not. n'o,!..-i li.en we have the conscious- tu: of km, win"- that I v no act of """" ....... -4 ... . ...4 ....... v,- TV'S l .f: . I. were : it; people tieceiv vd b i; ;lo us plucvd upon them a,. ! eratie jess. Kvey the Cincinnati j Kiinjuirer, a paper that docs not 1 often hesitate to approve party keU4.11, is vi. v. of the fact that by reason j seems not only to be astonished, but the iiei.re.-Mo:i of business the rev-i actually indignant at the blunder .MP' has' largely fallen off, and will ) eemmitte.l by the party Representa .,,.1 meet she t xpi'tises of the Gov-1 lives in C4.ngros. The Fixjuirer 4 tnnicnt, the Secretary cf the Tr. as-1 expresses its opinion very frIy as ory has reciameiidcd the restoration j follows : of the dutv on tea aud eoflee. and the "His name is notorious through t'on:mi: ioner of Internal Revenue ! out the country as that of a corrup-auvi-cs r.u increased tax of ten cents tionist. Long before Tweed was per gallon on disiilled spirits, which notorious, Fernando Wood was would a id ?7,"0.0!0 annually to i known and read of all ttioii. He Is .1 .1 1 i:.- 1 r ... I i.sii.iw,,.i;t1.1.i f.r tlirfv cwtnik .if .l.ltit.in ii r venue, ana 1111 hiiuiih.iiui iui.i n.-,r n.-M,.. ... -. . w. ....... cits per pound on tobacco, which 1 division and silence which sent lV.siuxiTo.v,I)ec. 10, 1873. Su pervisor Cobb sends to the internal revenue office the report of a success ful raid made by Deputy Collector Marshall, of the Fifth Tennessee dis trict on tho 3d inst., against one of tho largest aud best arranged illicit distilleries that has ever been touu.1 in Supervisor Cobb's district. The stills, worms and tubs were all new. Tho distillery was situated in Sum mer county, at a place called Spout Springs, and owned by three men named Clay Rloodworth, I). Rlood worth and Colonel Kidson. The deputy had with him eight officers, including guides. The raid started from Nashvilij after dark and reach ed the dwelling houses of tha distill ers at four a. m., but found no one in the house. They arrived at the dis tillery one hour later, but their ap proach was made known by the bark nj of Jiounds. The officers surround ed the diitiiltry os well as they could in the darkness. One man made his escape, two shots U-ing firfad at l.iui, but lie escaped. . The officers destroyed fifty-six new wash tubs, eight thousand gallons of beier, six barrels of Low wines and forty bufchtlj; of meal. They seized three new copper aliilj, three sets of Columbus, O., Pec. 14. at four o'clock this evening a locomotive drawing a baggage car und three coaches filled with passengers pulled out of the depot at this point in ap paroctly good condition, but when opposite the round-Louse, fcbot;t five hundred yards from the depot, and when between two freight trains, the locomotive boiler exploded with ter riblo foico, instantly ki'!"!? ,!!,!'' Cooper, the engineer, and throwing David Lanbury, fireman, several hun dred yards into the freight yard, in juring him but slightly. William Watson, engineer of the yard engine attaeheij to thp fiiiri t train, and Fletcher Bates, a ercuiMn, 4e.e also considerably injured. The engine was blown to atoms, some of the heavy pieces being thrown five hun dred yards distance. Two freight cars were torn to pieces, but strange to say Ha conductor and baggage master, seated in tbe hcgi'Sgp car, were not injured. Tbe causo of the accident is unknown. west corner ol 1 alvvrtsml ba.t:inre streets known as the !: museum building, belonging to W. W. Glenn Sr. Lous, Deecuiber 'J. L..st ! k Tale, was discovered on fire .vsd in Thursday eveniiitr.whilc tiri'paruiions 1 a 'ci v sh rt i.me ii.e llau.es Lur.-t were being made for tbe nuptials -from the upper stris, occupied by of Richard Rotticher and Miss Cora j the American Theatre e -unique, Crouenbald at the residence of the ; Messrs H nve Glatworth, p; prii i. rs. lalter's mother,st the corner of Grand j and by ; 0 clock the tiree avenue and Chippewa street. Charles ' stories of the building were c u Crouenbald, an uncle, and benjamin ly burned out. F. Crouenbald, a brother, of thcyoiing The lower floor of the Imil iin ladv. and W. F. Webber, rudely en-!cupied as stores and restaurants tertd the houe, peremptorily ordered j n.-t ihuuagedby fie, but tuff, red c. the assembled party to disperse, and siueraoie i..ss, n-r uciucen forbade the marriage between tichrr and .Miss Crouenbald. Rut- i water. I iur-1 The Ls- on the thP coqfqsioi lybich fojlod, U'd at Hottichcr wa shot in the U-j h- tin... u, Weber. Charles Crouenbald and ' S-'.Wi.i ; A. Maul!, cigar slor buildius- is to Jti.bUU, icwi ler, (iamacil i.v Webber were arrested and bail-j How s t'otw orihy's ed. and I.ottieher, after bavins: his i together with wanlrol wound dressed, returned to Mrs. theatrical company. Croneubald's house, w here he has , ss are be! -cv ?'1.0:;0. etc. The other since remained. At one time Larr.um's r-ffernoiin IJeni. F. Cronen-: in great uaiigcr, and a number' bald and Webber went io Mrs. Cro: : guests prepared to leave, bn.t the fir nenbald's residence, and deman.i:d 1 which ori,uii.:ed l'aci to see Hottieher. This was refused, among tne scenery, wa htjj. nftif a time Ijotteher left H-c tiie ni.iseuii) building. house a lot started to run don n (Jrud avenue. Voting Cronenba'd pursu ed him and fired four or live hhots at him, three of which entered his body, one of them passing through his heart, killing him.mstanily. Crouen bald and Webber were arrested and ovemoer s of horses. , ivc. Thev erorst-i i.:i 10'-. r r-'turn ti at 1 errv. ami .'. neu aouur, i.ui: a mile behr.v ti.e firry nrre "trc l it 0:1 from at: aiobu-h 1,-v n partv f eiii- 11 1 ..... . .ens, i'orl i;;gs, iheu" Ii- iolieai.i . . ...... ...,- , ,,... . , 11:. b.r i,f iii. i 1 fillers, fiauie.i iea.vr ami U'g- bee, wore filled, anoii.er m--rtaiiy o..,l ...,,t p....-.,:. t't.r: :V ot ti.e -.age 1 ' ' ..' 1 .y--........ - ....... loil'ir.eil to i " ''' - y 1 'CM i Oiirr.'. ions to bang 1 tie i :t;or two, out loivcd pp. a:d ''barb's 'roii'!ib?,ld suit foe MOO.'too n.ininsc. iii t'hieago, nil important s;iithns been instituted in the I'nited States! Court bv the Pennsylvania Kaih'oad ! Conijianv. against John 11. Sherman. Ardrbal'd M. Alh-rt-:). Saniuel V. 1 4 11. ii" ! -tos. i.li Me. 'lo r-. 11 to will probably -be arrested to-morrow, r(.,.., r(i(M damage.-. The as facts have been developed to mitht, I . : . f.)llmir(i ,, a .Au,wd of contract, bv which the d.'fvipln'i'.s, A Triple Traced jr In Charleston n. v.-otihl iui.i $i,i00,0iii, and the resto- J weed to jail and rubbed the city of,ropjer worms and three gnu paps. . . r .1. ,,-.'. ..c. I New York of tuore millions than can ! The raiding party on their return .... 1 . 1 . in.TT.- 1 . n T. ! .1... .. .--1 I . ivi.iti o m lilMUlIS TIKI SlealllOOalS. 4-nsn i,v ...uiui-.i. n n inv r.sieiii -on insurr."'ee companies, on telegraph receipts, and on express compauies receipts, makiugan aggregate of CO.f'OO, to w hich the tax on tea and --..iTer would add -.,0,000,000. The Wavs and Means Committee have the mutter under consideration, and .".re said to be t verse to additional taxation. AuxAxntit H. Sti.i hi.xs, of Ga., ii.e A'iee President of the rebel Con-f-vbracv, after a lapse of fourteen vear. is again a member of Congress, ile is lu-w very decrepit and terribly ripp;ed withrhetiuiatism. He male ii speech last week, displaying much f his old vigor ou the salary bill. His appearance is thus det-4-ribeJ by a correspondent of the N. V. Tribune: TLc prominent position of Mr. Stephens in the House and in nation .J politics Ik-fore the war, his oceu ia::cy f the second office in the Con federacy during the rebellion, and his return to his old piece in the Nation id Legislature after fourteen years' absn'e, with body wasted to on ex tent almost phenomenal, but with in f. l'en unimpaired, combined to se cure for him an attention rarely ac-1 frdcd even to far more eloquent men. He fjoke fir half an Lour, standing lebind his seat and leaning upon bis crutch on one side, while partly supporting himself upon the .ither bv .lacing his hand upon a lesk. The jtecnliar effect produced by his feeble and emaciated form, and Lis sunken, parchment-like cLeeks, fltid teen, dark eyes, was Lightened by h:s singular costume. Upon his of public stealing which prevades every c-ity in the country, as we have before asserted, and is evident from the weekly developments from many of them. To have voted for such a man at such a time on a question of political expediency for a partisan success would have been a flagrant of fense. Rut the votes cast by the Democrats of the House for Wood w re in the highest sense complimen tary votes. They indicated, or were supposed to indicate, the sort of men Democrats with to compliment.' The Indianapolis Journal, a Re publican pajier, corroborates the En !( r, and even advances a step Itc yond its Democratic eotemporary. It save : "It is said that Tweed furnishes the first instance of an ex-member of Con gress being scut to the penitentiary. Fernando Wood, however, who hard ly escaped through a technicality of the law from going to the State pris on, has been kept in Congress by the Democrats for the last twenty-five years, and was there caucus nominee for sneaker.' was attacked with stones by the fe male portion of the house of the dis tillery, but no damage was done. The proceeds of the sale of the cap tured property will ruore than pay the cost of the raid. Warrants will be issued for the arrest of the distillers. Bacalne'a Konfene 'onmuled. Hie I'onr Bank Robber Impllllored. Ni.w Castlk, I M., December 10. Francis II. Carter and Jamctj Thom as, cf Philadelphia, K. II. Hurbcrtof New Orleans, and Joseph Lawlor, of Springfield Mass., was convicted last week of an attempt to rob the Nation al Rank of Delawaro at Wilmington. land sentenced to bo whinned with Jiead he had a black velvet skull cap, 1 forty lashes, imnillioried oce hour from under which fell a thin fringe of and imprisoned ten years, were whip white Lair. His hands were incased j jted and itupilloried " here' to-day be ln loosely fitting gloves, and he wore j lore a large crowd from all parts of ji suit rif the blackest of black clothes, j the country, including six hundred Paris, December. 12. President Mac Mahon has commuted the sen tence of Marshal Razaine to twenty years seclusion, and to bear the effect of degradation from rank, but be spared the humiliating ceremony. . Loxpov, December 12 Marshal Ilazaine addressed a letter to his counsel yesterday, thanking them tor their efforts in his behalf, and concluding as follows; "I shall not appeal against the sentence, not wishing to prolong in the eyes of the world the spectacle of such a painful struggle. 1 request you to take no further steps. I look no longer to men for judgment. Strong in my conscience, which reproaches me" with nothing, I confidently await the justitieaticn wlncn will come with the lapse of time and the subsidence of party passions." Paris, December 12. The island of St. Marguerite, off Cannes, has been se lected as the place of confine ment for Marshall Razaine, and he will be sent there this week. Rostos, Dec. 11. Pay id Kim ball of No. 10 Common St., Charles; town, strangled his wife, cut his step daughter's throat, and committed su icide this morning. Domnstlc trou ble Is supposed to be the cause of the affair. Kimball was 60 years old, and had been married about two yearn. Miranda Wells, his step daughter, was 17 years of age, and the murdered W'ire caroiino was alout 40 years old. Kimball was a blacksmith, employed at the Navy Vard, and kept a few boarders. He had tho reputation of being an in dustrious and sober in. 4 brother of Kimball committed suicide some years ago, and insanity is said to run in the family. The Irflnlna. Havana, Dec. 12. The steamship Virginiiis was to',yp.d out of the har bor of Ilavannaat half-past 4 o'clock this morning by a tug boat. She was escorted by the Spanish man-of-war Isabella la Catoliea. The tug boat returned to the city at seven o'clock. The destination of the Vir ginias ij supposed to be Key West. Havana, December 12. The Vir ginius has gone to the port of Rahia Honda, sixty miles west of Havana, where she will be delivered by the Spanish man-of-war to a vessel of the Cnited States navy. . Captain Gen eral Joreiiar has given the necessary orders for the transfer of the Virgin ius' prisoners to Santiago de Cuba to an American man-of-war to-day. The Captain General is certain that his orders will be carried out aud the men delivered at tho appointed time. Mnlrld. Hisvoieewassharn andnenetratin?, and at times had a shrill falsetto quality, w hile at others, when appa rently fatigued by exertion, it sank to a lower tone, and became with dif- ty audible. The appearance of Philadclphians, among whom wcre- rcpresentativcs ot tha press, detec tives, lawyers, aldermen and roughs. Carter and Thomas were impilloried together, and Lawler and Hurbcrt, and were whinned in the order nam. this weird and unreal figure, amid ed. After being impilloried and the realistic - surroundiugs of the whipped ihey were committed to House, as au actor in the common-1 jail to serve ten vears The peoplo of Tennessee have a primitive fashion of settling questions of proprietorship in movable proper ty, which differs somewhat with the opinions held here as to the "due pro cess of law." Tluwc learn that a citizen of Rlount county, io that State, whoso oxen bad lteen seued by the Sheriff came oat and shot them dead. The Sheriff, however. was equal to the emergency, for he hauled them to town and sold them for beef. Again, the Sheriff of Knox villc, Tennessee, levied on a mirror, which the spiteful owner smashed to atoms with a kick. This differs from the former case, in that thero was nothing to be made by saving the pieces; but all the parties were re lieved from the annoyance and de lay of a suit of replevin, which might have cost much more in the end. Wheelixu, December 9. Lyman Shephard, of Oneida, New Vork, residing in this city, committed su icide by shooting li'ni'sejf through the head, at 2 o'clock this morning. Death was almost instantaneous He leaves a wife nnd one child. Shepherd, came home shortly before 1'Obitnitting he deed, and instead of retiring, told his wife he would read a while. He seated himself by the fire, and without a word drew a pistol, placed it against his head, and fired. His wife was observing his actions, but could not stop him, so quickly was it consummated. No reason can bo assigned fur the act. Shephard was highly esteemed by a large circle of friends. Jtnrderons Doing In the Penitentiary, which seems to prove that there vy a prfiiU-JI'Ut'il J""'! 0:1 the tjan of these threo im n to kill JJoti'n hif. The affair has e eateil a great s.-nsa-tion, as Mrs. Cioiienbahl is the wid ow of the late County Judge Cro nenbald, a man of wealth and position, and u!! tho PtUties eyeept P...tt.l:.'r are highly cbnuv..tHL). Usnhiil Itnzaine .'iilen-e ti Ui i-.tU. VekSAIM;?, Pei-4liiber 10. M. Larchaud, counsel fjr Marshal Ra zaine,in his peroration, said : "I deep ly sympathize with the valiant sol diur, overwhelmed by a terrible ac cusation. I fear not death for him. He is brave and fears nothing but the loss of his honor for the sake of his wife and children." JJ, Pourcet replied, demanding that 1 terrible eyat.ij-l.i -f ii.aih cs a lesson to the rising generation. Ppfore the judges wi;h lrcw,Iazuiuc said ; I ha vp Uyo .vorijs ii) my breast "Honor"' ami Country." have never been wanting toe, aid this proud motto during forty-two years of service. I swc.tr before Christ that I have never betrayed France. After a long deliberation the judg es declared Razaine guilty of the charg es of the capitulation of Mctz and of the army in the open field, without doii all t,at was prescribed by hon or and duty to avoi.t surrender, and unanimously condemned him to death, and to bo degraded from hid rank pre vious to his execution. After the judgment had been ren dered, all the members of the court signed an appeal for merry, which the Duke D'Aumale immediately conveyed '! person to President MacMahou. ibiniuc was greatly ag itated when he heard the iieci..:u of the court. uii .f i 'io.ii ;,iv lnuiestt d in 1 he Chicago stock yard of which Sher man is manager, were bound to use j their imhienee in seeurbig business 1 for the Fast Liberty stock yards rw Pittsburgh, to be iiaio'cil ",;; the lioi-j tit the !;::!!. sylvan tu ii.njr.-r..! The railroad c..m;i.iii) claims lh.it ti.e defendants Lave used their inilufinv ill favor of t'i!;er p'a-K !'! ie.-k re-dre-. Tiie ti!t ha caused much excitement in stock circles i:i Chica go, and will probably occupy tin Court for several weeks. Six of the lending lawyers of Chicago are en- gj"-.:.l i,; It, A Mo'j at ttio 4'aptalu lnl4C. ItxfniKive l ire Inn IVnrdioii-f. Four Wayne, Ind.. Dec. 10. A buiiiling j.tioii'n es Fijsall's ware house, was, with its contents, con sisting of five thousand barrels of flour, a large quantity of lard a:id other valuable freight, !estr.yetl by fire at an early hour this morn ing. The loss is estimated at twenty-five thousand doliars, partially in sured It is fiuj'jioscd to be the work of an ini.etidi.ury. Owing to the council refusing to pay an cxhorbitant price for gas, and tho streets being in total darkness for the past three weeks, several unsuc cessful attempts at robbery have been made. Havana, Dee. 1:. Last night sev eral hundred men marched che:. -i';.-iim) shouting to the 'ht.a ie Armas, ami gathering in front of the Captain Giimrars palace, gave a noisy 1 x p.eio() to their iii;tu!':p-tioii at the departure of the "irgi:-.ius und disap proval of the course of prominent persons who favored the delivery .1 . ri, . . .1 1 me vessel. 1 wo tMiutioird w ho m-1 son deavotel to-pacify the mob we e 1 Car rudely hustled about a:i I several 1 I shots, believed accidental, were fired, The crowd liu.reiv urciSiml the pal ace till midnight, when Captain Gen eral .'ovellar addressed them an prevailed upon them to go to 1 hot!e. Murder Aboiu a liruom. The t'uban fri-il. Colcmbus, . O., Doeeiubor 9.. Miss Finney, a guardian in a female department of tho Ohio Penitentiary, was assaulted yesterday hy two con victs, Ida May, sent from Cincinnati, and Ada Relgcul, scst from Toledo. The it ack was preeonctvted, .and.but for the assistance of another female convict the keeper would probably have been killed. As it was she was considerably injured, and while making her eseapo from the infuriat ed women fell down stairs, injuring her legs. She has been on duty for ten yean, but so many threats - have been mado against her life lately that aha has sent her resignation to tho wardon. i A Denver minister was marrying a couple when a dog-fight interrupted, and the bride, called out, "Drive ahead; the yaller pup has gotbjra by the fore-paw." Havana, December Jl. Captain General Jou. ellar this evening issued an address to the inhabitants of Cu ba, saying: The moment a treaty is signed between the government of Spain and the I'nited States, my du ty, although painful it may be, is to comply with its teruis. For this I have received final mderi. A fail ure to comply with the same would produce war and war with a great pow er without the aid of Spain. In the meanwhile, obey the law of m-ce.-aity aud orders of the government of the Spuiiih republic. Let us give up the Virginius and the survivors of her passengers and crew. I have faith in the nobleness of your pro cceduic in compliance with my word. Lotis 11.1.1;, Dec. 13. Friday morning, Vance Dent went to a Sell ool-hot.se at (Jtiincy, Owen count-, Indiana, ai.d asked bali.it'. Ha .'din, a teacher employ cl there, to lend him a broom to sweep the Christian church. They got into a quarrel about the broom, aud Dent struck at Hardin with a knife. Hardin ran oil" pursued by Dent, who again struck at him. inflicting bad wovuus. and leiiing i.tu. to liic earth. Hur dili grasped a stick of wood as he rose, and brought it down on Ib nt's head with frightful force, causing in stant death. Vance Dent had al ways been a peaceable man, was a wealthy farmer, an old citizen o! Hardin, and was wci! !.:.u'ii aud greatly esteenu-d, and the affair has created great excitement in (ui:-j-y. lliirilrr hy a Hotel Ir4irirt4r. '"' ' ' -:- . 1 .: In o.ie day there y-iv k'l'.-! c..;,..!.-, ;':''.. .' -1 , o:-o;. is. !;.. cxte-i -. li r.r s i- 1. - "s, -..T ' ', ' ,, f '- M-. ... " V.-1't r !.! :!'. a.i in" v;ir!!i;::t s ':i toe f ' f 1 1 -:;- y. , ( i . .t . I.'.. it I ' 1 T- , I . 101 iitny y.r u.i . 1 - r ' , I -re.-ei aii.uis of t r.h-r aud patrols vy. i- A r,i:o'.. r -f by- h Me : rr. e:- j . j .. ,; estabhslied throiighoiit tic city la-t Il'-l fr-oo iof o;;b:i-.' s -ii -: :-; V:'.l I ' 'j--s-l. i .."'''.': niaht. Tia-ringleader of the (i.-mon- ley l-.'.v:.-!i'p. P-iik e..ti-iiy !. -. -., f.-r j ': . I s:.r::ti. ns 0:1 I'ri.i..y nigl.t Lave 'been ' e:;:;vi':- ! - e riv A- 1 - " . I I . '.; ''";;. " '.r.esled 11ml will be tri'-.l by eo:i"t- r.r.-l.t l.-e e.:p-.-'.-d. the Ji.-..'C ':b- ; 7:'' ' -! ' uiit.-li.-.l. Caplaiu ('ei.eral Joelb.r. o! i !;.-' inter. : --v ! .' :ii. .! re.-- J... . . ' . 'k.;' ;"" : inn speech. t- Lc vo!i.t!t'- is' t-'-thy. .1 ei-ib bet e '.' -'-.-..! t V-.,... t.'V-l'.' '. ih-cii.rt d linn he l-.n-'W aii good ci:i- be.-!. ? - . : - - . "' y . ' iq-.'et .z,-:i., .,;.! ij w.tn bii.i, a tip wou.d us W. W. Ih-Ikn ;p, Se.-rr-iary ..f V ar, " " " . ; '-.i; -iplete- s;.t in putting d wn i.ny disturbance. ; r,as : ti Hr.tr .ti-b'irc. Ky.. -. -. on 1 ;;urs lav, to . Irs. II. 1. s.ow.-rs 1., , t .... ..f.- . . r . i .'tilt uitlt le-nraloc in Ar;ir.ai.. , . .: , , , ... v o .. - . i. r - " .hiughti r 01 !- .Jolm A I oiiili'is.ir... v., was . .... 'i-1 , , , ......... . ... . , : Sv. Lous, D.vember I "" " ' ' "' ' ;":.-oi;..i- :. Iciier fr. m il ! :' f:i:n'' "f l':" U s Sulphur Rock. Ark, -.vLich kv. a r.-lniivt .-wa, u h..:.y or v,--. TTTW ""r vh' -.- I'-11'')' s!X h-4''-s'adoes made :t rai-l Thr; !a!.-l n-T- r-'ai.r.- t . li.n 1 1 VSeVCv-'V'- " v ''!'r. alvttg the Wl.i!e liver . n November . Vi.-.'-'n;.!-. .-: -:;-.o i- lot!..- ef.-. t i ' t'-V" ; " .!.;;. 2'tti.. r-!.:,iugt!o- x-u'ers of horses. ' ;.r.t ve-.-e! wli: ! -. .-urr M-'p-r-d r r, A:'"''--;' ; r -' l to one f our ii.e:,- ; vv::r with;,: .1 I V h iisii!.;'.', t". ?: V ;f;;,,0.,th.. rfves o:i'i!o-lr r-tnrtt t.. at ,-t lime ;.l a Cuban p..rt in open -i----.' .if t! .' ' ""d'-g'i'-.s i'etry, ami v. he:i about half ,:1V. an I th" --..-vivibg . .-.( rig- i ' -' ,"',;;..- i;ol r.'.-..- -.v. i bo surr-:i -i-f-d t . ? - '. r.'1-th.'r Frted St.'."s shij. .-. Sitn.i- ' .: r. S'-V,..' i'I n?iii',i l''i!i:, i;iu:ii': ;:.l!v i-l r-:i i. nr. bee, wore -liie.!. un-iim-r i.e naiiy , T,..;.. v.ov.ate ti.-it the Tcxa- . ' .1 ... . ..... : . 1 C. ..(-I II.1" llt.S, .... I . s 4 .- . . ill . - T .k - - iii'V.- br..-r;ht ' ') 0 in'-: tht' S.ate. Il'id toeV S:iV t:l".t Wl'b --n -j. i o tmaliy they were ore.-aoeu up-m to' ,p (.k '.,,. f,t.j:i, :. & i iV. I U ii'l t. , ai! -w il,e!iuv-to take ils.-iinrv. j t,-.,. i-.c-i freely iot . ti.o State, the Tia(r7i 'lro. .amrooi oi i r-. '.-:...l I ....'...- 1 fror.i thU :i'-;:K-c will - :i far exeeeij m. !.: ci7v, pa . . i--ii.e'thitt Mit.i. tiie v.'j lg;: 3t:;;;; : . ; (ju-iri.-r o, this jilftrc is ashes. lee. The hl- Mr. t ati Dvk', , f N.-u ; iitv i.-'!io,:i i.re:i ai.out 7 o'.-l-uk this : unipshirr. tii. lu'i -': m-ic'i vab:- u,-- Q - --, , jni..n.:..giii Max l!-ti.---r'. f.iniish:tig!:, tt, i..,-s of hi- Iscirs. II;. s ::i g '-' ' J S '--- :; st.,,'. TL.' C.un.'-s spread (!, way ' i,.r-: i (.-io, he re ro 1 that i : on the ei'si side of r.'.;in .-ireoi with ,in,. ,. mid "sriniii.- a-id ', r..'.--.d.i. Ii;--ij?-:2 :.. : . 'grr: r;,;ii.liiy, and the whole l.-us- j Jr;i:.s at i.is f irral, but' cvr ir.. Ii;. -Nt part of tiie place north to Hr.rl-i ,,V(.r ai;I th-n hurrv I 10 iigh: rT?T,":'i" 5 T. " mail's bo;.r.li;ig-h'.u.-e burr.ed. Xo ! ,,v, r his no-tiev " -- .'.;UrJi.'.. .:. . ! t .. 1 ; 1 1 ..... 1 ... . ! oi -ii 1: trs v. e e 1 ' . 1 . i. , on i.: n i-m. . ,.i ; , . . .. ....... , it.., sbleofthe .re,,. Pi.llTs ,,,.. -rV : J.. . A . ?Jl ? . , jl.,:. oao.iog linn., ti, ; t...i..-r --o-jVi.iilv, prolyl n. oe rm-r- " ' - I't.o,. ., '.vt.t u:.lo b,y,fv;.,il!V m-.r.. trenictidio'...-- i.i..m:iire.. aiides.-.pe.l o,,v by the : jy ,.:v i;,!,,:!;; xUnu ' I Wia.i being favorable iim, b o-.v:.Ut..e , a-,t.. J:. 't-.. ku,,,vn I dattifs- fi'oiii lid';;,. Ihi'iv h :i '-'en-; v.(;v)ii y- . .-; - - . . I.I..1 !...;i!'esi.;oii that the lire was the' , .. . ! I f' "i"-'- V, : '' ' K "" w-tkofaa im-emKarv. T.rso. , a-e r.r.d m : t to-.t : :, Q ; , v ; jj ; ,. -. ; ; ; rii..Jew,KL.sser.Vs .....b'bed ,!V i -rsed down th -ch.-.-ks .0 , newly -- '-- ---- -- a ir.uig of desperate men. nv! e-ca i-mw'l '' "-' T-nUy. .. , f ..r,,...., ... , ,. cd hanging only bv his ;,-ir when behehl the .rv-.i.; giw-n protf.-tiltious of "ib-l-.e......... Oar . b''1" !rV " 5''eV e.li-: -tcl .-: y -r.?.i cv.-TTf -"- r. kn-.c!;-d-n ur.-w out of ,4 charge 1 wu-h-tub, axe, 1 hrc fl.-.t s and -J--J J--- made bv - tie oi the priiiipai s..:lVr-!:l ,''":'-,'u"" ,,f ,,!!k','.!-' 'Uii,'s a:' eVs.wh'i lest everything. There j sauce-pans. It was pot th.-.r Vidue ... . ... Ithegnalert excitement in tovvii. !it;;'sh:t liespt.-eii, hijt tho n-.-v.v.iv, th y the Jew h.t- hid :.:m-i -!f. jc.m.vycd. , x: -s..- ---y--.s-- j It is i.u.'. that the largest A ' '' Af,tv-i ..1 ii.c..5c...ier I'jitaiir. t., -.,. :., a tnur h r .V.--, 1' ."77 .. 1. 'ci'.-e in thix e.emtrv was that re- t.. 1. . .-. , ... i4'.ve ! bv Lv.i,a:i I r ruia.n. .,f Ah-::- l.en.ier f:i!',i:'y. e!i:i.-rc:! W.i'i a .:!.. 1- r , e ' ,- ... ... ',.'" ,' -".,. , ,. . . ,. i-y. f-r d.-rendiig St-'kes. Mr ! re- i- ... r . .. i i-r 11 ui.iriiei-.. tm Kansas, w ere ar-i ' - .... ,.., . 1..-1. t. : , , . .,. . .., .. , .'main received sHUlm) :is ; vc'r.-i.-f. ' v , v . - ... ii ''. in i..oo.g.--. oie. .-...iriain. org . ,,,, , , .1 r . . . ... .,. ..... ,-; .. ! . c , !. , , a'nl ;! i.bed iit 1 o,- el i-e of il-.,. trial. . ' r jCoillltV. U le v ihv.- !;.:. ii.e father- ,., , , '' - ::' - o ...... f aii'i m-.tii.-r ii".- in ,.,,st,.dv. and ;h.-l 1 ' '' t ho; -e ; - ... .. . - . . 1 ,.r .........( ..:.. .. ... : .. ... ... . , . .in . u.rigtiter, living tu riortli ' .'- ' r-ia be:;. ' m-'u, ! r -'".! b. i.a. i;, itself. It lost beailv ::(' ' ' '.''-'.I 1T... .t .1 . . ... I , . . ? . . . . . . : . 1 1- 1 1 n'i. a -; i,i- :i . ..i r " -ir. r ro l.e i;:,!,i uai.:.- is, ,i ' . . . , .. . i A ;. 4r l.r.l;, r.i;!t!.'.i.jT. average variat i.-n of this -l tt .t-t )' ...... ! ! not iimot;;i!. to : ooart. r of a .(.. n I r. .-. I I'l:,:- J I...-..,..!,..- 1' i ... .1 . t- . V :. , ' Ill Hie ,;,?. .... ....... 1 '.U....O..IV -.)...;,. i . .,'..;., l- ,1.;. ! . ...... .' -.'.'" l.-ir! ."",' , i he I eoriifT liiio es. ., i-,'. . , s..vs i :' i'.. v . : :;"-'- '. .. I lUoriiMig.M-Ilie o.-d V sin.lvii rs Were d.S- i . i r ' " ' " " ' ' . I , . - . , .! j :. bin v teacher in ore .f l.o- p'sboe i ;.; . :. .,-. : c..vert-u raug.ng a corps.. !:i thocuieo i , ',., . . 1 . . - I , . . . '. , , : Seliooi- ri!air.nv.ed lie .'tl!' i'lilV '.' : Ml it prominent phvste::;!!. It proved i ,.r , r . , i . , '. L '.. - ,, ', seeing ii perfect fores of ,; iiv, n iV to bo thiit " a l liiu. r v. .- known t . . , - . . r .... , . I iiaii.t.s ii mi in inc. mi I,,.1 rcsitb-nt of l.::it t:tv. i lie a iur ere-' , ' '. .. . . ;. . -. . ... . - ! :iti-l gr-.i -ita'e wi'ti vioien ftg.t i- I ! ! 1 - 1 - ' ! ' ll.e.l Hit. I.se ecr,.'li:t lit. ,..,.i , . .... to il. " liat do you wa-it . .oie- . ,. ... - "" .: --i w I . . , . - . ,, ' i - . .. ... . i I'linnii'ii! tJr.iictt l -'.i i te.l. ro d toe p'i.i'.le.l 1'ievir t-T. 1 .1 -rtts i-V4r.i-.-r-s failing .,tr." . v .' .:t;:. l).-c. 10. in.- ;;.-ui -rt. ui, ...i..,.- ,.r i. -r -i . . s of the Ilaitimore .'e Oiiio r..,....tlv f..!l ,!....'.. ;,. t... .'. -. ' ' ' ,.' "!::,: .' . .. .1. IV iiiiat.iiii'iusiv ic-cleei-I t9,. ..i .,, '. . m.... .... . !..-.. ',. '.' " , . '.. . '" j ting-lip tiiiie 1 aiiie :-. -i; :. i t!:e ':; k ..... .IV''.. vs t ci-'.ed atol looked tic va ;lt '! sometlnie during tie n::!it ti." P..- Vioh'i' th oiotary aw.-k-' a i 1 !'i 10 1 hloi-. ! ' prisoner. With a liiilet ot w . 1 !.. . . '.'':'i ' ,'..',".',' : ;:,1(!.'. poiitl led on the d or il t a' I r irt- '.-ii '- ' o . I ...i:.-v" . - Bam .! Coatentx i:rtrnol. ! '"' aitetitioi of s..:i pis. -.by. " :.r,i . .. I I who released le-ii fr:. 01 the d iti !-4';:i i-';:jj:tia half fami.-h.-d co-.loi,,::. I I ....... . ., .. t Viiiit :;;r.v.!i-t n;ir:--;: ur: -r it-,- v. ? us w.:o o'i n Ji tt we sb or. I tuiiik .. -.t ... . i , ... ri it- . .1 . 1 . . o . . . n . . , . , ..'.:.. ! ' .... were "to, a 1.1 s .ic eor .i-.: ri. -; ' 1 '- - 1 ground. The horses vid cr.tL wt-r.-jThf prentnblet his warftng is wr- ? ''t' '.''.i.'-'!:; "i" . " ' ' save.' It it; toiei.ije.lt. loir.. I...-.. I .I...1 '.I W! .1 .. .1 1 44-. 1 . . r 1 !. 1 r I .:'-..-. ' " lirnprxl's Cairo, December 13. At Curb-. :i- dale, this evening, John M. Ri u.-h, in regcristcriug" Ids mi,ip at tiie! Planters' House, pi!!ed ink on the ' register, which provoked the clerk of the house. They got into a quarrel, in w hich the proprietor of the house, J. W. McDonald, took. tl;o pari of the eleik, and tins result was that Pru.-h was shot and instantly killed by a revolver iii the hands of McDonald. T.ie aTair en ated intense 1 x - t ir.ei t owing to the popularity of Rnisji. and the fact that the provocation was A i.'I 1 : of Direct Railroad to-:! cm .io!.:i w. (1 arret t I restileiit l. r the 'iisii!ng year, this being his t'.villh leril). ' I:l ii.e lice of .M r. Garrett in Kuropo, J.dtti T. Kieg. jr., was una;.iiiioti-!y c'eete'l President fift li'iti. Ui.Ains villi:, IV.. D.e via 111. lav ii;:r.r:o,on 01-t. a imr:i wr.ii all its colli, ais. the mvpertv i Vm. j Day, ul Perry township. AVc-.-tm .r.-- liml c.-imty, was b;r:if l to the ground. Tin horses -i-i l c.tti.- wcr. saved. It is snpp.jsed t 1 have been the work of an Lieendoirv. No iu- -tii am e. A S liriiH v i--:i-s:HiU trillill'J Rrus! was an old aiiiiv telegraph operator, and highly es teemed bv all who knew him. Lnrt.t: I'ik-::, Collins, a f irmer, his bod at his resi nbo f t Lis eit v, t! he'appt are 1 al t'.ie d .-y down and k;!!ed bv s im per.- itl. SllS.iieio!! l-'s;e l 11 ' i I Geo. Pledger, a young iii t .1 wo 1 '.vorLi.-d on the farm, :''1;t ho was arrested pending investigation. Dec. Lb J lines was railed up from di-!i( ii, s'oee!i miles ils m raing. an-I. as was siiot u:il;n wu man ktiown r.-i my Wife. i:i ('niise-qtien.-e of attei. e!: r !;... i'. wows of the Jumpers and the Howlers an I ti e Cat Rimers h is be. o 111 entirety Sepct less Cra::y . ol !', . kiless rod d-. es nothing t-.it: ruo ii ami !.r. n the road ami Circulate the Mo-; -,. fa oi tts Lies t 'urieerniiig myself :i: l others thus r..-1-oninIishin.r mv Kul;:.'' r i '! i .1 V r.?f li.y. 1 1 -ji-'j Mi:;, I I. .1 I.. J.-il' lav die d.d 1 litslit Prisoner lisenpe ItHtter JH. from tile I Ol el! iverr wiln i ll.reit tn.it t!ir Noi t!i tbd fen yield t- the liematids of the South, the Siates t f that sec tion would depart ' like 'he ten tribes f sra-l." John P. IL.lo sprang t I.il It;-.. 1- I I y I ri-.- o. The toy: In In4ii, Lt.M.N, December the dense, fog which set in II. The it 11 I'll me. i 1 1 11 .- y it via w . day continues, affecting tho busiiu-s of the city and the navigation of the Thames. No vessels hare, arrived in two days. The big has caused the cattle show in Agricultural Hull to be a failure. Some of the animals hare died, aud the owners are with drawing others. The fog covers an area of about fifty square mip s, Lon don being the centre. 4'4I!i.oi) of'I'im l'reiylat Trqlas. CiNCiNATi, December !. A Gu zette, special s r. 4 that on the IV.u llirg, Fori W a. .10 and Chicago Rail road' ce-.r ;) .o.irt, Indiana, last night, two f, '.':. trains collided at full spe. .1 i'i engineer and other t m p'o; 1 1 scaped unhurt by jumping t; oe :jni train, Hoth locomotives . gnashed, with a Urge number of ii. IgLt ears loaded with flour; nil of w hich was destroyed. One of the locomotives exploded at the mo ment of collision. l.oxt In a Morm. Fort PuiPCiK, Dec. 10. A party of ladies ami .gentlemen, who h h RuT'.ki:. Pu , Dee. J.- Iheir e.-eapi.1 made ib a;l at tins loace between two o'e! ick this in .riiiiig. fected at) entrance t-t through it gained the mai: dug unihr the jail wall. 1- escaped is .jtii.ti . -orei::a:i. bt'.eiv eoiivieted rf attempting ti p lisoii John Snyder of this place Fight pris IV. .in tin- one and They cf tiie sewer, 1 cellar and A tnong the b.t. 1 it. i-.tid. hi said; "And 1. magilii what becimo ,,f . toe toil tribes of Israel? Pisper.-.-d. '-- !- scHtlcrcd, lost; and no o;:- kri.ovs ' V'.-'"'. what becameofthom ; but tin Ark of wnv. the Covenant ofthe living God remain- ' e l Wi'.n tiie trii.e or .1 nda.i. . uro l.i .1. II. . - .ii rr. t i ;jnr r i km. placed Two Lock Haven boys broke $150 worth of glass in the windows of the Fpiscopal Church in that phice, hut Sunday. Their fathers settled the 1:11 ..I I .....4. : r.t . .1 .. 0111, unii iue ooys wear ctisiiions 011 1 rest 01 inc party, among liiem ino away p.r ii tueir sleds when they go coast ng j wilo of the deeeasud, arrived here dations and now. Orders f ir 2.000 freight ears, to lei I in rea linens f,,r ;he irunspor- i tatiori of about VoO.OOi) bushels ofi whoat, says tho St. Paul Vcs, havej receiitly been issued by tho Miiwau-i kee and M. Paul Iluiiroad Compauv. I A Rochester editor went hunting 1 the other day f..r the lir.-t time in j twenlv-tw.i years, and In was luc ky j j'1,0 e:;Q Jgh to bring tit w ii au old farmer II. by a shot in the leg. The distance t.l was sixty-six yards. I Kansas is 1 ecom:ng a cotton o-.v w- i.. ; u t..-i". , , . tA-v .1. ' OCtli s. . , V ' . . - 4, ; : ... ,, v -1 - r ; . v 1 v ,- -rr 1 Piedemont yesterday afternoon to at tend a dance here last night, were lost, utid tho team exhausted, party camped, and one of ti.ciu, M. Mitchell, the railroad agent operator at I ledmont, started alone' Kansas is becomin to find the fori and to get aid, but ! ing State. F.verv sample of lae pa.-t na. in... nun irozeii 10 tltatii. i no seas, .!! s gr -aw: i. v. !o. 1 to:-, I., .... t,..:t I ' i:r;t: safely tlits morning. bu t wilh e oiiiiiieu- guaraiitees o! success. V: l-.Ol lt:i: : 1 S:.itrs. f-r iiL.-r at nay Lai-. both as to tcxtijr.fima quality I l DUFF & SONS.