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Aa Fmay tailed far. Philippopolis Occupied i ir ii i ini niiii iiui iuu . 7 uu-..u-.. j j go-jtn ca-oiiua "conciliation", t ... , ni i nn nmuuii -"jtrsisT:!;ted Senator Allison, r "In ooionjdyeg many things that deserves care-j JW 1x611, &K0D616II, - . . 1 . w T t... 1 . .. : f i -1 4r Caiiib tm a c ' r rM m Tam. 1 turre is sireujriu. ivniuw uw i "'""j ter Repoblican State. araM-ed. THE RAILROAD HOREOK. Tut bill for the re-enactment t iLe local rption law has been rep rted a Bi -mat'rtly Ta tie Uoos J. . . Govrns.t Vance, of Ncrtb Care, iina, turned ever a new leaf on New Vcart Pay. He made a clean sweep of rverv Remblican in that State bolJing office bj appointment of tbe Governor. . .Vow steps forth Kentucky to prove how thoroughly 6bc has been con- n,t;.t,t I iv oloninr another Cotu'ed- ateGencnd (William) U. S. Sena tor IIow ' unmistakably tictEun has been made odious. Democracy signalize it restoration to pow er by bestowing tbe choicest honors in its gift upon rebel and copper head aloDe. And for this was the war for tbe Union waged. Tiie history of tbe republican partj in Ohio of the current period is full of instruction, and we recom mend Its study to tbe President and member of Congress. Tbe display cf talent by the republican leaders has been distinguished mainly by the characteristics o! Erst-class mules: J with qualifications so evenly balanced Some time since a Dem oeratic ruee tin? was held in Abbeville i county to indorse General McGowan cusscdness J for tbe office of Chief J aslice. This nnliiirUn work being finished a motion was . i made to resolve me otner Charlotte. X C ,J 17 II C Secreai wa arrested lu luiou cuuu-j ty, fire miies from Muuroe, this' I' (.ether Particulars in Rllation COXNECTlCCT 11AILROA1) ThKallraa4 tlmUr. t (t Bkkrrl'ntht fcrq-l-l ta aa law Warrta. that no one ould be intrusted witn its complimentary vote for Senator. j from us you scalawag liar, to perpetu The odor of general that clings to the Ohio was slightly dissipated dsT when the Republicans of the I?gislatare dd-ided to cist blank j in niWTII4 111 ft7&trt VOtlDlT lor aianiev .iatuea lut - uHtu Suies Senator. That forty -four fcepublicans Leg- PAET OF THE CITf IN RUINS. tbe meetiog into a committee "to m.tify all tbe white Radicals of tbe county to leave tbe State." The neonle against whom , 4 - -a- - i this motion was specialiv aimed! Suleiman Pasha Retreating word Constantinople. lators could find no one in the State M LEIMAN B fERlL. - Lonwx, Jauuarv 18. No brnuess of materia!, or a sublimity of egotism that is as remarkablo as lit Litid of uabulum on which the all natives of tbe Stale and farmers. Tl .11 .. Loxuo.v. Jauuarv 18. o.news and,' for more than a year, no Repub-; bs receive rom Suleiman lican meeting has been held in that HermaDli, where tbe Russian Cut thev were Republicans LJ,WF"W w t a worthy tbe.r votes, indicates a lor-, - j- - r . imporunt point on hi3 iioe of retreat f k., .i.,n to Adrianople. If tbe Russians have .k. mBi f ht" lt.mnr.t. ! rained that poini before him, as there ic mecunir: but a cruaade was start-! w d?ubW be ?ot on. has latter d.v linckeve Dcliticitn tub-: ed which setms to Lave been enect- , ' . .K a'Z latter d.y lntaeye pcuucsn The matter was taken in hand l "ken on the flank usu. .a., n- r by tbe column marching from fcfcKi bagbra, wniie toe lorce posiea Jt tx.E Samuel It. McLin of I bv Pemocratic newstjapers. Flori- these papers talked of using tio- i i ii . . : - rr I..,). b, uvw in ,.oCi.6 , reminded its readers that "there has terviewed by tbe Democratic Ptt He declares that Manton Marble said to bim tbe night before the Flo rida count commenced : "If too will rise above party, and vote to give the State to Tilden, there is nothing within the power of the Democracy that you cannot have." Oh ! Judge how conld you Now listen for tbe universal Gat of tbe virtuous Democratic press Depart h'(T- rn,i. ir appears that tbe old adage ' Sauce for tbe g', is sauce for tbe mnHT "5oe not hold ffood with o " latter day Democrats. The new Democratic Mayor of Pittsburgh having appointed two old and tborougbij competent Republican officials, "Chief of Police, and "Cap lain of the Watch" a deuce of a bob bery baa LH!n kicked up about it by bin party friends. Tbe appointment of Democrats by President Hayes, is however, higbiy approved and commeuded by these cawc iLdignant partisans. 11 tur. are four straws : iJencr&l McClellan indoa the Southern policy. Tbe St. Iiouis Il-jmhlirnn (Demo cratic) says tbe Democracy acquies ced in tLe installment of LI a yep, and have seen no reason to regret it The I-nuisiana Legislature (White al torment, in tbe place prepared fjr p. brad'ey, and sicb! Trr Anminn Vnnmtwr ffi 1 1 1 n in ..ic lvalue : ; I -V,-. k.a this State will be ODe of the mortl., .",,. rrn,:n.. nnder been no trouble in Lanrens county since tbe death of Joe Crews." This Joe Crews was aapinated by tbe Democrats, in 1S7j. It was finally agreed that tbe proscribed persons might gather their crops and sell their property before leaving, which was denounced by some of tbe papers as mistaken charity. It appears that tbe Cubans left about the first of November. Oae of them issued a card, in which be said: "All we will leave of the GtiSian name will be the little cemetery under tbe pines, and tbe old homestead, which was pat tented to our ancestors by the Gov ernment that is no longer able to pro tect us in our rights of citizenship " important held for many years, and will unquestionably draw out a full vote, which alway insures a Repub lican victory. A Governor, Lieuten ant Governor, Secretary of Internal the rule of Wade ilampton, without being reported to tbe public. It may I be described as the Hamptou method iof "conciliation.'' Possibly Presi dent Hayes may Find something in it wurtbv of attention. Ol course it for Sheriff, Protboootary, Register are Recorder, Treasurer, three Com missioners, three Auditors and a Director of tbe Poor House. From present appearances tbe aspirants for a'.l the offices will 15 numerous, and a Kharn and livelv nreliminarv canvass League) have adopted a resolution cf , nomfnatjon8 m,r andci. confidence in tbe administration. Affairs, Judge of the Supreme Court, j belongs to tbe Hampton State Gov a full Congressional delegation and a j ernment to stop such outrages; but it new Legislature that will elect a U. does not stop tbem. Perhaps the S. Senator to succeed Mr. Cameron Reside" can induce Srury .. . I heburz to write an essay on the ex- aretobecboin. Reside these, mot; cee(ling holiness of Ku Klnx "co of tbe counties will elect full county ! eiliaiion." The Secretary can write tickets. In this county a State Sen-; forcible eesays. ntor and two members of the House j spm! MU ir minriiy. and to be voted for; also, candidates j Fr.m the cicrpian! H'-ai,i. If President llaes can feel any The New Hampshire Democratic Convention yesterday commended Mr. naves in so far as be has adopted the principles long asserted by the Democratic party. Thia is a pretty jpod record for one day. Tbe Democrats all appear pleased. Now let us hear from the Republicans. Inter-Own. SrsTon St. Clair of Indiana County has introduced a bill into tbe Senate to establish a new and uni form fee bill for (Seers of counties containing a population not exceeding one hundred and fifty thousand. It pri'poses a reduction on all fees now allowed by law of twenty-Gve per eut Why didn't tbe Senator in clude tbe pay of Legislators in his bill ? We observe that members of both Slate aodNationul Legislatures, when taken with economical fits, in variably forget to include tbeir own salaries in tbe proposed redaction. Crime has increased so rapidly ia tbis State that the penitentiaries at rbiladelnbia and Pittsburgh will no bnger accommodate all the criminals. A bill has therefore been introduced in the Senate, and reported favorably for the building of an additional penitentiary for tbe Middle district embracing tbe counties of Somerset, Fulton, Iiedford, Franklin, Adams, Cumberland, Cameron, Rlair, Hunt ingdon, Cambria, Clearfield, Clinton, Union, Snyder, Dauphin, Perry, Juniau, Cenire and Miillin. The Legislature evidently believes the population residing in this territory so mornl and law abiding that a email prison will answer every purpose, and therefore propose to appropriate but $ 100,01)0 for its erection. The implied rotnp'iment is certainly a flattering one. paled. It woald b; grojs heresy to doubt that conciliation is "s gem of purest ray serene." Just how the thing works "way down South," may be gathered from the following excerpts from high Democratic authority. Says tbe editor of that great organ of the Miaaisiippi D3mcra?y, I'f Southern Stales : When we have thus obtained the upper -huD J, we propose to undo what Las been J'rtie by the liidicals since ltitil, as far as liis in our power. Wc propose to tear t'uc negro amendments out ol the Constitution. We pniKe to restore the Planter Kepub lic of onr fathers in all its original purity ami simplicity. When the repeal of the revolutionary, atnendmcnts is sprung upon the country, it will catch tip and carry the popular sen timent with it, from sealmra to seaboard. From tbe land of those great and good Democrats, Wade Ilampton and Hamburg Butler comes up a no less uncertain sound. On tbe lOih of Dec. last J. R. Johnson (Rep.) was elected a member of the South Caro lina Legislature from Sumnter coun ty, whereupon tbe Democrats carried off some boxes containing the bulk of tbe Republican votes, but the certiG cate of election was given to the Republicans. The result of this tlec tion so inspired the editor of that Democratic organ, the Sampler WaU-Jima that be slopped over with conciliation as follows: We require, and demand in the name ol our mortified Sumpter Democrats and our justly indignant sister counties, a t boron ch nmriRnizalion ot the lounty i.xceuttve Committee. Let those placed on it ia fu ture he men who are discreet, active, bold, and determined. .Vim w!,ot teru nau t mill $r iid Urror to the Cdi tiet-bnggfr anil the tcatiiicag. Mtn who uttan buniue r!io mean hot to It Jift'itcl. In another article the llVrfc.'.ii'n says: 'Let the mot to of the DcmocMis ot Sumpter County be. 'lown with the catnet-batrccr aud scalawag,' no matter what is neect-'Mry to maUe them go down." . Marked 'lr( genuine satisfaction in looking at the present condition of tbe party, so j lately brought to defeat and disaster, ' a solid south arrayed against it, his I own State of Ohio delivered over to I the absolute control of the Democra cy, a Democratic Senator to take tbe ! place which for sixteen years was jbeld by John Sherman, the certainty (of a Democratic majority in the L'ni- ted States Senate a few months hence, bimnelf and bis party in Congress wiiboat mutual understanding or confidence, we confess v. 9 see no special cau?e for hilarity or satisfaction. Hcrp. is a piece of special good ecws for the Murpbyites Tbe manu facture of whirky in the South is a financial failure, tbe stock being ware housed, where it remains for want of purchasers, except for small quanti ties which are sold so low as to scarcely pay the labor of manufactur ing. Tbe business ia growing less Rnnuallr. It may le that, Fpeaking generally, "comparisons are odious," but there are exceptional cases when they be come not only interesting bnt of vsl ne. The following incidents, which we have numbered respectively 1 and 2 present a contract of very marked proportions: 1. In tbe fall of IS", President Rutherford R. Hayes, engaged in a Southern tour, addressed to es-Con-federate audiences some speeches A Khallow Prrt-nr. Frnra !t't Vtt-1 Kfjinblicsn . It is lime that the shallow and ly ing pretense that President Hayes has no personal aims to serve in his appointments was dropped. The fact is patent that he is trying to create a party of bis own. and to strengthen n by bis selections for official positions ; and it is equally evident that he has been imposed upon by tbe worst set of political tramps and vagabonds that ever dis graced an Administration docket. Waatrd-JtilUnnt Dcmofriil. from the North Vernon Pla in !nW. We still have ten cents which wc are anxious to get rid of by paying that reward for any salary grabbing Democrat who has been punished by bis party. Ia Indiana we have Nib- lack in tbe Supreme Court and Dan Voorhees ia the United Slates Sen ate, with Ilendrick?, who salary grabbed in ISCG, just out cf tbo race for ice President. Ihey stand head, body, and legs above honest men with tbe Democrats cf this State. at Hemanli stand direct! v ia his front. Suleiman Paeha'a force includes tbe division be brought from Bulgaria, tbe garrisons of SoQa and. the other towns up to N ish, and C nakir Pasha's army from Kamarli. All, however, are by tlfis time badly broken and weakened by their hasty retreat and frequent encounters . with their pur suers. A report which was current at Constantinople to-day, that tbe bulk of Suleiman Pasha's army bad passed through the enemy's lines, and arrived near Adriaoople, proves to be premature. Nothing ia known of the position of Suleiman's army. A Russian official dispatch from Kez anlik, January 1G, says a reconnoi tering party of dragoons has brought information that Suleiman Pasha is at Pbilippopolis and has given orders to burn everything. Tar.ar Bazardjik and " Pbilippopolis are reported to have been burned. THE BfSSIAX ADVANCE. A Russian official dispatch an nounces that Gen. SkobelefT entered Pbilippopolis on tbe lGth and ex tinguished tbe flames in the Bulgar ian district Gred by tbe Turks. A Sbumla dispatch says tbe Turks have evacuated Kazan, south of Os man Bszar. Tbe Russians hereby secure tbe head ot another Balkan pass. All war material, etc., has been removed from Osman Bazsr to I'ski Djuma. THKBa.xrBl.lS AJIPAIG!f. Hon to Make a Rut Konth. Krm the Altrwy ExpreM. We offer this as an infallible and too often tried recipe: To make a bad South worse' attempt to conciliate it. Tbe South has put forth and defend ed much that was unpatri otic and wicked, and tbe usual course cf the North has been to bow and smile aud conciliate. In all tehemea but one the South has been succeseful, aud that one, if we remember rightly, was not defeated by conciliation. ! Holm Frt. Kr?:n the A;!unU("onti.n,.i"n. 1. There is no independent move ment in Georgia as opposed to De mocracy. 2. Mr. Hayes' Southern policy has not the slightest effect op on the oriraui.'-aii'Q of the Democra cy, euhet m Georgia or in tbe South. lhe Democrats approve bis good sp poiutments, ant! tbal is ail. Our temperance friends must re- iJrpm bich we extract tbe following: member, howirer that, if th C.c.v.l "1 on, bere, mainly .iwneu the tonlcd meat cannot rai?s tbe requisite amount of revenue irora liquors, that some other article, which perhaps tbey do ute, must bear the burden of the tax. Last year tbegovernmenttax collectei spirits was $0T.4C9,429,t2, and on malt Hquora $9,450,?S9,I7. These sums most be collected from some other source, if tbe manufacture and sale of liquors are prohibited These facts should be taken into con sideration, when we talk cf general prohibition laws. 'Irrtit Mac" was duly inaugu rated as Governor of New Jersey on Tuesday tbe Kih inst. Tbe sleepy old town W Trenton swarmed with tbe short barred Democracy of Phila delphia and New York, gathered to gether to give tbe General a good s -nd off as a candidate for tLt Presi-d-Dey-Evidently the little man was cn rrppvrt with bis friends, - td fprcad bis fails to woo the expected Lrwze, for 't i!s subecqut-Dt inangn r J was mine of . a President's Mes sago tL&a as aJdrees to the people of tbe State whose ruler be baa just l'e?ome.""Tbe principal significance cf '.be affair coosiste in it being due kulice to Suuuel J. Tilden, that he is not to capture the Presidential EourtnaTfen 1n IS without a strog le. John Kellej and his other foes ja New Yoik city were promiucnt participants is the ovation to' McClellan. I erate side and f.irht bravely; risked your live heroically in behall ol your convic tions And can any true man. anywhere, htil to respect the man who rUks bis life lor 'isooi-victions?" Ac litre diucred in t lie past, bnt we bav. imipl.t out that dillercnec. Those ann i'Z von who lotight and risked your lire?, did so for your principle. Wc Iouj.-1't and ri.skeU our lives on the oppo site (.'Me lor our convictions, and men w ho can d-tt fill can meet and look each other In the face with repert always." Si. with no ditcredit to you, and no stteciid credit to us, the wax turned out as UdiJ." 2. In tbe winter of 1SG1-5. Presi dent Abraham Lincola sent for Mr. Noah Brooks, a newspaper corres pondent, who had a warm place in his regards, and gave to bim in his (Lincoln's) own hand writing, and over his own signature, the following story, requesting its immediate publi cation: , nit rKF.firi:xT's last, bhoktest, ad 11EST SPEECH. On Thursday of last week two ladic fWim Tenneee came before the President, asking the release of their husbands, held as prisoners of war at Johnson's Inland. They w ere put off till Priday, when tbey came again, and were again put off to Sat urday. AX eacu oi tfte interviews one of tlie ladies urged that her husband was a religious man. On Saturday the President ordered the release of the prisoners, and then said to the lady: "You say your! husband is a rrflgtatts man ; tell him when j yon meet bira, that I say I am not mach ! oi a judge 01 religion, bat tbat, m my opinio, the religwa that sets men to rebel and bgkt aiauntt their Government, be cause, as tbey think, that Govern jiont doea not sufficiently help some men to eat their bread on the sweat ot other men's faces, i oot the aort of reiipoa upon which peo ple can get to heaven ;" : . . , A. Liscolx. There is, we ear, marked con trast between these two speeches. Revenge. CincAiio, Jan. 14. Hon. John Buehler, State Senator from the Fifth district of this State, a banker, and a resident of this city, was mortally Slabbed to-day by a Bjbeniun nam ed Maurice Marso. Three wounds were inflicted, in tbe face, the arm, and tbe abdomen, rerpec.ively. In the latter iuctance the knife, a long and ugly blade commonly known as a bowie, penetrated to tbe bill, and it is thought this will produce death, as vital portions were severed. i be asasiuaiioo seems to have resulted from a generous oct on Mr. Buehler's part Some three years ago he loaned Marso a sum of mon ey, taking a mortgage on bis house and lot at No. OO'J North Wood street as security. On this loan Marso paid no interest, and appears to have come to look upon it as a present. Mr. Buebler recently sold tbe mort gage to a third party, who foreclosed it, and ibis so enraged Marso that be determined to kill him. Marso stated to-night, in an in terview wiih a press reporter, that be ground his kaife lait night "with tbe express determination ot murder ing Buehler," and he addsd, "we have not had tbe end of it yet. As soon as wo get va the otcer side oi Jordan 1 will bo up and after him again." South Carelfaa LPcnlMnrc. CoLLiiui.v,S C , Jauuarv 17. Tbe Houe of Representatives to-day seated Johnson, Republican, from Sumter county, where tbe election boxes were stolen and destroyed to prevent a declaration of tbe result at tbe special election in December last. Ex-Governor Lanniog, also chosen in December was sworn ia as Senator from Clarendon - county. He was Governor before tbe war, and Is a brother-in-law of Governor Wade Hampton. London, Jan. 10. The Time' Bucharest correspondent, who has gone to Giurgevo to try and cross tbe Danube at that place in Bulgaria, telegraphs from Giurgevo, as follows: "The mortality among the Turkish prisoners at Frateshti is fearful. The station of Fratesbti is becoming a terror to travelers between Bucharest and the Danube. Even if there is no'bing worse there than ordinary typhus, the mortality evidenced by the numerous graves in the plain surrounding tbe prisoners' camp jus tifies the aoprehenstons to travelers I saw Russian soldiers digging huge graves, and near tbem fifty Turkish corpses lying ia confuted heaps, as tbey were emptied from the dead carts. Tbeir ragged, half-clad forms, and frost bites visible on tbeir naked limbs, gave evidence to tbe hardships tbey had suffered on their dreadful march from Nikopolis." THE SITUATION AT APRIAXOPLE. AimiANoi'LE, 8 a. m, Jan. 19 Russian scouts are in sight, and ex pected every minute to enter the towa. The garrison, with their arms and baggage, are retiring towards Constantinople. Tbe old Serail burning. Tbe Mussulmans have fled Tbe Greek Patriarch and Rabbi maintain order. Constantinople January 19. No news is received of Suleiman Pasha and an irade has been issued order ing tbe enrollment of all free males BULGARIAN REVENGE. Tbe Bulgarians have massacred the inhabitants of tbe villages Guen nik and Teberkeli, near Kezanlik. SERVIA IN EARNEST. Bel(.;baie, January 20. Tbe Servian Government Is summoning every available man t tbe army for the purpose of occupying Priscbtina and Novi Bazar. Tbe Servian forces aie converging on Novi Bazar. erenlosr for the murder of bis wire ! and stepchild, near Hickory, Cataw-j baeuamy, on March 12, 137T- The j critue was a nrnbly t-hnkiug one,; jsuch as could fflly bo perpetrated by To-' a Gend. The victim of S. crest's devilish work was formerly a wid ow lady, Mrs. Alice S.evenaoo, with whom he had been very intimate for twelve months previous to their mar riage. The widow Stevenson was an attractive womau of twenty-five eoraniers,' bearing a character with out reproach, and :b m tber of a four year uld girl. :" MARRIED AND MURDERED. On the sixth of last March, Secrest, the widow and child left tbe neigh borhood, avowedly for Western North Carolina. On reaching Hick ory the Rev. Mr. Uartsil, by re quest of Secrest, married tbem, and lodgings were engaifed in that place At the expiration of cix days tbe three suddenly disappeared, Secresi return ing to Mouroe the following day alone, in answer to inquiries re specting the whereabouts of Mrs Stevenson, be said they bad separa ted at Hickory and denied having married her. Public suspicion hiut- ed tbat foul play bad been used by Secrest, but no proof was tben ob tainable sufficient to implicate bim. becrcst bears a bad . name and is known to have been guilty of lirce ny in a case in which Mrs. Steven son refused to testify agaiust him, though holding evidence sufficient to convict This, it is supposed, she ased as a controlling power and com pelled him to marry her, so as to shelter it from public disgrace. All inquiries made by the relatives of the misting woman to ascertain ber fate were unavailing. Nothing could be learned, except that she had been married to Secrest and lodged in Hickory for six.dayg after. DISCOVERT OF THE ItODIES. A party of young men wbilo out bunting near Hickory on Monday last were attracted to a secluded hol lo in the woods by the excited bark ing and howling of dogs, and repair ing to the spot, found they had tore up the earth two and a balf feet deep, exposing tbe foot and leg of a human body, and on removing the earth un til a trench three feet deep was made tbe bodies ot a woman and child were fouud, which were at once iden tified as those of the missing Mrs. 1 Stevenson and daughter. The min ister woo performed tbe marriage ceremony testified that tbe clotbiug and hair were the same as those tne missing woman, ibecbiia wore copper-tipped shoes when last seen and tbe little feet cf the murdered girl were eucaed ia th sirae. Mrs Stevenson's hair was very long aud abundant so was tbe dead wo man's. TO TITS Accident Conductor Pr-cRiyTios Thirteen r. the villaire. Tbe train was bouud nouocior tne capture totre or juc Iili.ULB a j c i . Dcad BuDIES Wreck so rAa Takes from the for Midd.'etou, and carried passen-, Kenua, alias Reddy, tbe las; vf the! igera for all stations Ceiweea this city j famous road agents who operaten on ITALY. , lhe HlBK'a Bnrlal. Ro.me. Jan. 17. The funeral of tbe late King Victor Emmanuel took place to-day, and was very impress. ive. The procession was an hour and a-balf passing a given pjiou In addition to the official portion of tbe procession, which was a mile long, there were 2,700 deputations from all parts of the kingdom. ..The costumes in tbe official portion of tne proces sion were magniheeot. The Crown Prince of Germany, with representa lives of Austria, Portugal and Baden, walked abreast. Seventy tattered banners heightened the display. The Pantheon, which was splendidly decorated as a chapelle ordenle, was reached four o'clock in the afternoon. The car on which bis late Majesty's remains were borne to their last res ting-place was tne same tbat was nsed at tbe funeral of King Charle Albert. It was surmounted by tbe iron Crown. The entire procession was on foot Tbe ecclesiastical ser vice was conCaed to a simple absolu tion and benediction pronounced by Monsirnor Gori, Arch-priest of the Chapter of tbe Cborcb. The car was preceded by Lieuten ant General Medici, the late Kin' first aiddecamp, mounted, who b r the palestro sword sheathed. .The car was surrounded by a guard of honor and the special representatives delegated by foreign Courts. .. It was followed by Victor Emmanuel's fa vorite borse, riderless, military ban ners and a guardof honor, eighteen etachments of civil dignitaries, tbe Ministers. Senators 1 and Deputies, and tbe Kuighta of the AnuUDziata. This part of the procession was one mile long. From tbe Qnmnal tbe procession moved by the Piazza de Spagna to tbe Piazza del Popolo; thence down tbe Corso nearly to tbe end, . and thence to tbe Pantheon,- when it ar rived at 4 o'clock.- 'i "v. 1 . Tbe ecclesiastical service was con fined to s simple absolution and benediction, pronounced by Monsig- nnr Gsri, Arch-priest of the Chapter of the Church Thovtene-which is to lie placed in tbe ' chapel destined for tbe king is a simple slab, oeariog only the words:' "Victor Emminuel, First King of Italy.".' It stooJ be tween the high altar and the altar of St. Aoastasiasjtbe martyrs on tbe arrest of secrest. The evident indications were suf ficiently conclusive to cause the ar rest of Secrest, and the warrant wa issned for bis apprehension and serv ea to-day. 1 be ueatb of the victims was caused by contusion on the head from a blunt instrument, and, from tbe appearance of tbe beads ot both mother and child, must bave been in stantaneous. Secrest is doggedly ob sttnate, refusing to answer any ques tions concerning tbe murder, bu tbere is not tbe slightest doubt of bis guilt. A Deaperale Eaconnttr. 10 to Danvili.ee, Va., Jauuary 15 J desperate encounter between Pbili Grasty, a tobacconist, aud W. I Robinson, a merchant, occurred the latter's store this morning. Gras ty was formerly Robinson's clerk but quit a year ago and refused it; seme cis accounts, lie caned ou Robinson for this purpose to-dav, bu Robinson refused. Grasty thereupon struck IkObinson, and when be ad vanced to retaliate Grasty drew pistol. At the same time Robinson drew a bowie knife. Grasty tbep fired and broke Robinson's left arm but the latter stabbed bim several times in tbe left shoulder and arm and nearly cut off his little finger Grasty kept up a promiscuous fire, aud Robinson at lust dodged bebiud tbe counter, being unable to fiiht any longer. Loiog separated, phy sicians were summoned and tbe wounds dressed. Both men are pain fully nurt, but not seriously. Hilled by the FtplonloH or Dynamite Towsontown, January 14. Wil liam Wrench, an employe at Mc- Cabe & Bro's section of the perm a nent water supply, was silled this morning about 10 o'clock by the ex plosi n of a dynamite cartridge. De ceased was lighting ff be cartridges in bbafi No 4 when tbo accident oc curred. He bad lit tbe cartridges, or fuses, and finding one bad failed t ignite, returned for the purpjse of religbtiug it, wbu one already lit ex ploded, biuwiug one side ot tbe un fortunate man's bead eff and killiog him instantly. Justice Herbert of ibis place, was notified and had a ju ry of inquest summoned, which, after bearing testimony, rendered a verdict of accidental death, ex neratfuir Messrs. McCa'ie & Bio and their employes from blame LH-ceasra wa unmarried and ab ui forty yeirs of age. Blotsns Dnwi ration I the Ctm San Francisco. Jaouarv 19. TLe city is quiet tu-uigbt, excrp. minor dtsiurben:es at tbe Ueriuan niasa meeting al Dasbaway Hall. Tbe crod on tbe street in fr.-ut ;f the ball became ' noisy and the police cleared the street several times, using their clubs pretty freely. Kearny and Lis coadjutors temain in coufiue- ment m default of bail. 1 be militia is ou duty at tbe armories and will be under arms all day to-morrow. The unoal Suuday meeting at the new City Hall lots will not be per mitted to-morrow, and agitators say none will be attempted. The act in troduced in tbe Legislature making incendiary language a felon v, has be come a law, takiuir immediate effect fw llampoblre. Cu-NOurd, Jan. 16 Tbe Democrat ic Slate Committee met, yesterday, preparatory to the State Couvemion to be held to-day. The epet-vhes touched upon the policy cf tbe Na tional Administration, and iudored President Hayes, so far as be adopt ed tbe principles of , the . D.-ai wraiic party iu removing the tro ps from tbe Southern States. -, " Playing- With I.oadrd lioa Hartford, Conn, January 16. Tbe latest advices from tbe scene of the railroad disaster last night, and from places where the wounded were taken.' place te number of dead at tbirteea. I s po-sible more may be found ia lb wreek. Conductor T, M. Eimer gives tbe description of the accident : 1 had been in tbe mail compart ment in tbe baggage car, where I lefc Mr. Jones, Superintendent, as sorting tickets. I bad started to go through the train, and bad got just by tbe front door of the baggage car, and was about to open it, when I felt the rear end nettling, and heard a loud crash. My band was almost on tbe door-knob. Close by in tbe tbe eorner or the car was a stove, in which was a verry hot fire. My first thought was to get away from the fire so as not to be burned. Tbe rear end of tbe car went down a lit tle and settled, and tben tbe whole car dropped down, with but very lit tle pitching, oo one side and etrnck. 1 bad jumped back from the door, and vas a few feet back clo&e to tbe wLdow, when the car brought np. Just as it struck, a heavy beam fell down upon the roof nd came through, striking me on the bead, knocking me down and cutting me on the temple. I was stunned by tbe blow, but soon saw what the situation was. There were three other men in the car, all passengers, whom I did not know. It was very dark in the car, so that I could see nothing excepting a streak of light which came through tbe bole in tbe roof made by tbe beam, and large enough for a man to crawl tbrjugb. The other men saw the opening and we tried to get out, but lound we could not reach tbe roof. Meanwhile tbe water was coming into tbe car through tbe floor and windows, and was rapidly ris ing. It got np to a point above our wastes aud stopped when we knew tbe car had struck bottom, and tben we felt safer. Tbere were no expres sions of alarm by either of us. We waited for the time being without making auy effort to get out through tbe hole, but when everything came to a standstill we went to work to rescue ourselves, which was accom plished by luting one man up to the roof, and after he got through he as sisted another, aud then others were helped out After getting out we eat to the car behind the back of the oue tbat was lying cornerways out of which the passengers were crawling through tbe windows. This car was pitcbea down, and it appear ed as if more of the passengers must be jammed on the lower eud. Tbe cries were heart reuding ot men aud women, many of whom appeared be suffering from extreme pain. Some were crying piteoosly, "Ob don step on me." ''Get off tor my legs are broken." "Help op, do," and such cries and appeals. We assisted several ladies out, and got out one young roan who was up to his eyes iu water. After doing this I was so thoroughly chilled through that 1 be came uumb, and bad to give up. Mr Elmer was about bis regular business yesterday, and ran ou trains back aud forth to Tariffville. II wears a patch over the cut on tbe temple. Tbe bridge was built by A. Bnggs A Co., Springfield, Mass.. December, 1875. It is a Ho we truss, with two spans, each span being 163 feet long. I here seems to have beeu nothing wrong with the structure The limbers, where tbey were bro ken off aud - splintered, are sound The spans were long, but some of the most experienced railroad men agree that tbe accident was wholly caused by tbe tremendous weight of two en giues passiug over it at tbe same time. Both certainly weighed sixty tons, and possibly mote. One man who stood at the depot in Tariffvil as the train left tbere noticed us make-up, and waned iu suspense see whether it would pass over the bridge safely, and, while be was waitiug, heard ibe crash. Tbe sup pusitiou is tbat tbe supporting irou rods broke, causing the timbers snap. Uartford, Conn , Jn 10 The, Cuetesse, Wt, Jaica y IC 'u j Omc v.. J w.uary j An I railroaa accideut at Tariffviliw oc-'periuteudeni Vouroets, cf the C Ji j Ci y ept c'al sy : A ptrty of y .un curredatthe trestle bridge crcssiogjB. II. stage line, received a telgru pe -pl wdm eiitrivaiimj a y.uu mir tbe Farmington river, jus; west of to-day from Hillsboro, Ohi", no Med eoupl living twenty mile o n b ot b-tt; g-1 i t order lor a aegot beer tbe, on Kemoer. a oeuhborioz stloon keettr. Tsey coo-urusd tbe beer aud demanded more, wbic' the saloon keeper rtfj-d, wbereupm they attacked bim with stone, be it his wifo and children, and literally Vie his bouse to pieces. Kemper was fatally injured. Two stepnoos of tbe bride were of the party. War raits are out f.r all tbe parties, and one has been captured. D in to SCENE OF THE DISASTER right as tbe Pantheon is entered. OvpT-tbe- gateway of the Pantheon was the foilowinsr inscription: "Italy. with a mother's pride, with a dtagh- j day vik a l aded gun, intending ter's grief, snpplicates for tbe great K'oe. who was a faithful citizen and triumphant Boldier, tbe immortality of tbe righteous and the heroic." , The procession was one hour and a half passing a given point ' NEWBURTroRT, Mass, January 20. James Hennessy, agtd twelve, to- to frighten some little- irs, woo it wa di-cbargvd instantly killin. Rosa Farrall, aged six years, and wound ing two younger girls, one severely. Hennessy was taken to the police I station. 1 be linage is elevated about teu feet above the river at tbe preseo stage of water, and is approached fro oi ibu east tide by an emoankmen ana from tbe west by a long trestle work across tbe meadows. The first locomotive bad cleared tbe west spaa and entered upon tne trestle work when tbetoure span gave way breaking va immediately east of heavy stone pier ia tbe center of the river. As tbe structure gave way tbe first engine was hurled violently over aud imbedded in tbe ground aud completely wrecked. The other euiftue aud baggage car went down with tbe wreck, in an upright post Uou, and tbe side ui me beavy truss fell over upon i hem. Tbe first pas senger-car was whirled around, and sauk to tbe bouom of tbe river, ly ing uearly parallel with the Stream lbe secoua passenger car weut a wu eud fornOBt upou tbe first car, smash ing the largest n rtion iuto kiudlioif wood, the rear eud resiiug upon ibe bridge. Tbe next, car occupied similar position, but swerved iu tbe left, anl did not rest upou tbe ear ti ir.ot. .tn oi ibe remaiuiug c-iucbes leu tbe track Tne crash and cries of the wound ed aud dying spei d 1 brought as sistance, but tbe first comers worked at great disadvautage. The cars bad broken through the ice, wbicb made it difficult to approach neai euoun to reacn toe paseni(ers 1 be scenes on tne relief nam were heartrending. - In every car were en and women with beaas band aged or arms in slings. s.ue bad been terribly scalded. In one pas senger car were the bodies of tbrte women, aud in tbe baggage car two more, just as tbey bad -been takeu from the wreck.; Tbe ReT. ' Mr Tbomas, cf Wiusted, with b.nb limbs t actured and severely injured lmer- ually, crawling out - of the wreck brnub the roof of car l ice, and then to tbe shore lbe following ta revised list of the killed and woua- ed as far as re orted lo-nigni: Kill' d, 13: cadlv wounded, 6: stih;ly wounded, 24. . , JS early si. the dead were in tbe first passenger car, y bicb is almost a complete wreck, although one body was taken from the second , car this evening, where it was caught under a broken , sea; , .Five yotiDg men fr- m Nt-w Hartford, among tbe kill ed, were a party of six who were on tbe rear platform of tbe car, enjoying a moonli"bt ride and whistling in chorus. The only survivor of the six was inside at the time. and that pi ace, who came iu to at tend tbe M jody and Saukey meeting. Two engines, a baggage car and 3 passenger cars weut djwn at western end of tbe bridge, the gines reached the shore, three cars breaking through the ice in three feet of water, and one car resting on lbe end ot the pier. Seven bodies had been recovered np to two o'clock thia morning, aud others were be lieved to be iti tbe w eek Among the dead were Mrs Benjamin Cur man, Misa Miutiie Allen, daughter ot Henry Allen, and the two Misses M'Carger, all of Wiusted, one wo man and two men who bay not been identified. Miss Janet Waruer, of Canaan, and Uri vVbuiu, of W lasted, are missing, perhaps iuclu ded among the ibree bodies uot iden tified It is almost certain that oth er bodies bave not been recovered. The more seriously, wounded were Rev. W. U. Tbomas, Methodis'. uiiuister, of Wiusted, both legs bro ken aud side injured; engineers Fra ney aud Hatch, of Hartford, badly scalded, tbe Inner prubably fatally; W. A. Penuey, cf Wiusted, head and right side; Frederick Hotcbkiss, cf Canton, ribs brukeu; I)ibt Case, cf Barknamsted, bead and ribr; J C Riggs, of Norfolk, leg broken. There are a large number of less seriously injured, lbe wouuded may be uuui bered at forty. Special trains from Wiusted and Hartford bearing sur geons reached lbe scene at 1:30 a. m., soon after the accideut. The factory aud church bells were rung and citizens rallied, doing a'.l that was possible. Tbe bodies were ta aeo on planus or rude sleds across the ice to tbe Tariffville side. Tbe wounded aud d;ad were mostly put on tbe Hartford special. A few were left at Tariffville and Hartf jrd, aud tbe train took the rest round by Piainvilleon tbe Fiabkill aud Canal roads to New Hartford on the West ern road. Hartford, Conn , Jan 1C Work on the wreck of tbe Connecitcui Western train at Tariffville contin ues. So far dead bodies bave been recovered as follows: William and E. . Oilman (broth ers,) Beuj,iUiiu Glitz, George Penuey, Ileury Lurray, all of New Hartford, beiug a party of young men; Haard E. Warner, of Canton, a ticket aitent; Mrs. Benjamin Carman, Miss Min nie Allen, two sisters. M'Carger, all of Winsied; Frederick Hotchkius, of Canton, fatally injured. There are teu or more wounded in tne bouses of Tariffville doing well. Tenty of tbe wounded have gone borne. Many of the misstug persons are from pla ces west of lbe break not yet in com munication. It. is thought most of tbem will be beard fruoi. One car suit lies in ibe river. Several bodies are s opposed to be iu it, and the wreckers are working to recover tbem. Two other cars lie head down iu tbe river resiiug on ibe bridge. Tbe passengers era ltd up out of tbee. A baggage car, with conductor Elmer aud three others, broke iu two iu tbe fall aud all es caped. George P. Ha.cb, oue cf lbe eugineers, died al eleven o'clock ibis morning. Several uf lbe Head bod ies show cuts and bruises, but most uf tbem Were drowned or suffocated by the steam caused by the' beaters in tbe cars Tbe railroad jorum is sioners exaoiiued ibe bridge turee mouths ago, and proUuinccd ii sate. Tbey will bold an investigation al once. tbe stage route during last summer He bad settled down, married, aud bought a farm from tbe proceeds of toe ; ibe eumaer e work on the road, en- The last exploit was on June 26, when I4,000 was taken by a party of five, all ot wbicb McKenna got away with. A Woataa SaianSi Una. Jtlalajc Opcrh- Deadwood, D T., January 1j. This uoou Mrs. Elizabeth F. L ovell made her appearauce at lbe "Mother mine," a id ordered the men at work therein to leave ibe mine, at the same time drawiug a six shooter to enforce ber iemaud. Tbe men w ith drew, wbeo she cut down the wind lass and threw tbe ere car down tbe hill Oue of the owners of the mine began lo expostulate with ber wbeo she again dew ber revolver and fired, out witu no oiner euect ibau to con vince ibe miners of lbe earnestness of her intentions. Tbe miuers had Mrs. Livell arrested. Kafllanlsm. Deadood, D. T., Jan. 16 A dispatch from Lead City, three miles from Dead wood, says a mob of one hundred aud.fifiy men, mostly roughs from outside cam us, have taken pos session of the town. All tbe streets in the town bave been iumped. Ail roads leading to lbe quartz mills are in like condition. A uieetiug called by tbe trustees ot lbe town was broken np, the mob electing of ficers. Tbey passed tbeir own laws, one of which is to ibe effect ibat streets should be only twenty feet wide. At present tbe nub is yelling and shouting throughout tbe town. Tbe citizens are arming aud organi zing to protect life and property. A Liberal Ulft fran Eitrrar Wai.ll-blll. Cincinnati. January 17.-A special despatch says : "Ex Governor Wash burn has given his residence and grouuds, situated at Madison, Wis., valued at $100,000 to tbe State for tbe establishment of au iudusirial reformatory school for girls." Lexington, January 17. The following are the particulars of a cene of violence and death which took place on tbe border between Fayette and Jassamine counties, al ut eleven miles from tbis city, last eveuiog Two neirroes, named Ed. Cl.Jiton aud Johu Dvis, accused of rx-ing accessories to tbe murder of Jacob Sbootman, some weeks since, were lakeu from lbe officers baiog them in charge, and bung about mid night oo ue roadside. Tbe parties committing the outrage were disguis ed. . Tbey also went to tbe cabiu of another negro roan liviog iu me same neighborhood, named Turner, and having fouud an eutrance, killed bim in the presence ot bis wife by shoot ing bim ibree or four limes. Tbe Sheriff is in pursuit of tbe outlaws, with every prospect of bringing them to justice. Paaotac maalerfell Hay. The Keatacay Henatar. Frankfort, Kr., January 17 General John 6. Williams was elect. edti-day, on joint ballot. United States Senator from Kentucky, to succeed Tbomas C. McCreery, by a vote of 126 10 11 for Boyd, Repub lican. Maaw Mlarai. Indian Traahlva. Salt Lake, Jan. 16. Ia Novem ber a man named Rboden was kill ed by Banuock Indians at Ross Fork, Idaho. The Indiaus have been threatening trouble since. Tbe mur derers were captured on January 6, by Capt. Baiubridge, commanding Fort Hall, since wbicb tbe Indians are more hostile than before. Col. John E. Smith, of tbe Fourteenth In fan try, was sent to Fort Hall some time ago to induce the surrender of the murderer, but was unsuccessful. Major Hart, witb three companions f the Fiftb Cavalry, arrived at Ross Fork at davligbi tbis morning, aud together with three companions of the Fourteenth Infan'ry surrounded tbe eucampment uf Bauuotk ou 'be Snake river, and deuiauded tbeir surrender, wbtcb tbey did quietly. Fifiy-five "bucks," ?oma arms and two bundrtd aud fifty horses -ere taken. Salt Lake, Jan. 16. It com menced suow iug on tbe Sierra Ne vada uiouuraiu cn 'be moruiug uf lbe 14 b The storm steadily increased, to-day becjmiug furious all tbe way from irgioia to Sacramento, tbe heaviest for several years. At 12:45 tbis morniug the sheds at Colfax were blown down, taking all the wires. During lbe day tbe wires were continually broken by falling trees on tbe mountains till 1:2:30 Tbere is over four feet of suow at the i-ummi", aud 8' ill falling steadily. Arrcaica, Pottsville, Pa , Jan. 20 John Kaue aid Mtcnael Bt-rea bave been arrested for the murder uf Patrick Burns, at Tu-carora, Scbuyllkll county, on April 15, 1876 Kane, wbo was inside boss, killed Burns' brother ia 1867, was convicted of murder in the second degree, but was pardoned by Governor Geary. Sub sequently PatrickBurns.'clerk tor the operators, reported misdemeanors on tbep:irtof Kane, and soou after wards Burns was killed Boaaaaa. The Rseent Uearcla Unel. A SLAVE 8 CLRiE Savannah, Ga , 16 died VERIFIED Jaiuiry Walter S Harley. lhe duelist. yesterday morning. An inquest was held up u the bidy, and tbe verdct was tbat ibe deceased came to hi death from a guu-sbot wound, iurt c.- ed by some person unkaown to tbe ury. 1 bis is ibe second member of ibis family who has lot his life in a du.d. Tbomas Harley. bis brother. was one of a lante party of Sou turn ers wn m ivsii from Charleston t Texas at the close of tbe war Hr bad beeu in Texas but a short time before be brcame involved ij a quar rel A duel was lbe result, nd Harley received a w mud from wbicb be died s a afterward. Col. Ilar- ;ey, tbe father of the family, was knovoss an exc e finely p' b iojate man. At oue time be txcimo en raged a' one ( bis female slaves, and , once sold all ber cb'.blreii i puni-h ir. in ber sorrow aud infer hhu curbed ber uiir-'er. flli-iir him tbat Pieblo, Col, Jan. IS A rich discovery was made on the 12th inst., at the Ranta mines, a short distance west of this city. Mr. Mann, an old prospector, struck a lode, the ore from which assays lbe enormous sum of $12 000 in gold aud $1,100 in sil ver per ton. There is great excitement in canop, and eerybdy is rushing to tbe scene t-f the new discovery Wilkesbarrb Pa , January II Tbe arrest of twom. nia hs vii iui;y yesterday for passing counter feit five dollar notes on tbe First National Bank of Hanover, Pa, hts led to much discussion here, because the parlies, Walcott, of Kiugston, and Irwin, of Pittstoo, are old resi dents, and bave been hitherto con sidered respect tble. Chief ot P. Lee Kelly, of ibis city, has found quite a number of victimized mercbaiis to day, but they all have beeu imposed upon by other persons tbaa ibose ar rested. It has been discovered tbat the business ot seliiotr counterfeit mosey bas been carried on quite ex teosively in ibis country ot late Ir win confesses tbat be paid $2- for $100 of tbe stuff. He bought of a uiau '.ravelling through tbe county. Tbe spurious money offered in this section is mostly fives on lbe Uo- ver aod Tamaqna banks, although there bave been twenties and fifties ou tbe Third National Bmk of Buffa lo put out. Uiited States deieciive9 are here, working io conjunction with the local cfficers. crime in a cave. It is aonouueed tbat a c-ave Kca'ed in tbe side of a high m .tiatnta just above Pi'.tetoQ is inhabited by a queer gang whose movements are quite mysterious Tbe ljcli'v is an exceedingly lonely and desolate, one, hut easy uf approach by ibe Lebib Vailey Railroad, whose track runs aloog ibe buse of lbe m luotaio. Lo cal detectives are orgajiz-d for a de scent on lbe cave and the capture uf its inmates. raaalrrfeltera Arrest a. Hhot and Killed. Nashville, Jan. 17 The special correspondent of tbe .NawLville Amer ia-i, at Huntsviile, states thai Col Ltiu Neade, a prominent citizen cl Northern Atanama, living sixteen mile eai cf Huntsviile, was shot and killed Monday night by men supposed to be bis teuaats, witb wli'im be bad trouble, and wh i-e ar rest he bad cau-ed. Washington, Jan. 14 Several important arrests of counterfeiters bave been made by the ageat of the Uuued States Secret Service Division wiioia the past week. Tea counter feiters ia different sections of the country bave been arrested witbiu tbe past four days, and it seems that all of them were very plentifully sup plied with counterfeit money, in lu l iog bogu" greenbacks, na ional bank u'tes and silver extent or counterfeiting Toe bu-eau has iuf rma;i ia s'.i ing tbat tbere m now an immense mouit ot .counterfeiting iu operation throughout tbe country, a c msider ble portion of which is in the maou facture of counterfeit silver. Witb the exception of one party, who bas not beeo captured, and wbo makes aa excellent imitation of tbe real coin. tbe work is generally of poor charac ter, and tbe spurious coinage cat) readily be detected. Litttn'a Oat law. Brake Jail. 1 l'soola, Jan it three prison ers, two of ibem hu Rigoey aod Jobu Myers, horse thieves aud des perate men, br kejail here Ian niirb. wniie oneriu loggariana wile were attending a public weddiiz. Tbey improvised a key, reached through the bars cf tbe doors and unlocked the padlock, carrying it away wi.b tbem. Af'er the'r escape one f tbeui stole a bor?e in the neighborhood. Rigney, af.er a looif search, was cap tured a fr-w mon hs since iu Kentucky by Sheriff Toggan No trace of tbem larrlhla Dsatb. Wheeh so. W. Va , the t-hil Ireu of a man s oi rciless ! r.i.iiM h mif i .i . i. . . j --j- ue Huuiu sureij u one loco.ne n iu end Waller, tbe S -ii w h i has ils. beeu killed, was commonly c ns dt r ed tbe best member I tbe faiu Iv. Revraae Bai. Baltimore, Jan 18 Deputy Ctited S.aies Marebal Goudwiuaud five assistants bave just returned to UunieViHe, North Alabnus, from a revenue raid Ibree or tbe mis deus, well koowu desperadoes who have been running a distillery in open defiance ot law for two years, were cap.ured aud tbeir apparatus desirnjed In Frtnkliu cotauty, ad joining, tbe i. Ill '(-rs des roved a dis tillery owned by Gieeu, P.-llutd aud Wil lam Si a ii fit-lil aril Hsa other distillers were caotored Tbe b'Snea Ior u,m same party also iie:-trijed three lerge distilletits in Lawrence c-Uuty. bey passed through Decautur yes terday en rute i HuutsvilL-. carry ing sixteen prisoners. 'oi-.nlrrreilr Arrn ... V Philadelphia, Jan 20 An iau 17 M' f a well k'towu cttz-n or Mania's ferry, Uii , rams to a horrible end last uigb' While pu ting coal uopn an open grata ber dress caugbi frc, and she was alone in lhe house, she was 8 badly burned that she died ja a few b urs. Tbe fiesb on her )egs, arms aot neck wa literally roasted aud (ell from the boes wbeo she moved, aud ber ar ny before ber death was bey-'nd de eoiptioo. i 1 i . The Tribune tells of a Yankee wooiag id which tbe sweetnes-t was long drawu ou', having eudeJ in a law sail firr m rent and lights. A long tim ar ,beinker in II rom, X. 11., began to pay attenti us to a youig la ly who Broiled sad t speak - out I be days passed, tne wets ratilnl on, i tbe months swept by. the years i inarched on wnn finely treed, tbe j terrestrial boll rolled on in tbe room j uuiveri-e and the sb'emaker was still j wociog. i Pour years sf.er the eurtbbip- Wilkesbarre, January 13 Tbe most brutal murder that has occurred ia tbe Luzerne coal reirion since tbe fl lurishingdays uf Mollie MaituireL-m was committed early last evening, uear II unlock creek, ten miles south cf ibis city, on the western side of tbe Susqaebsnna river. Mr. Pnilip Callejder and his sou had beea to Plymouth duriug the day, attending a lawsuit with a man named Cou DelU Tbe suit was decided iu Mr Calleuder's favor, and he stared t drive homo with LU s n Wbeo ab ut ball a mile from Huulock creek, tbey were Gred upon twice by some unseen persous. Mr. Cailender received a load f b'jek-b t and a bullet iu 'be back i f hia bead aad fell from ibe carriage and died a few boU' I ier His sot 'eceived a slight scalp wound, most, if tbe load ifoioir through hi h-. Hr looked bick aod sa-v two iii-mi ru i'iijg from them. It is lle general i.piui '0 tbat lh C niuelU, who have a bai repu-a i ere'he perpetrators of the deed, a'ld i. i fcved if tbey are cauga tbej w ill he lynched, as tbe rxcite mem in tb nngbborboud is great. Oue member of tbe Coonells family is now serviog a term ia tbe peniten tiary for tbe murder of a police offi-ter some years ag Mr. Callender was a h'ghly respected resideut ot Madi .4 mville, R s- township, was a prom ment member I tbe cburcb and a traveler sod ireol .gi.-t of s me re-poe I amir Jlaanhlnra. Lor j stills, Kv, Jan. 17 Tbe ru -U!-biuers of Wayne ciinty re pelled a government force of thirty raeo Monday U.-t, seriously wounding au officer, k-lliuir a borse. aod running tbe posse ott of sight. Th-y are very strongly organized, and announce 'heir purpose to resist arregt. ladlaa Traablet. Peadwood, P. T, January 21 Sheriff Moulton arrived f Otn Rapid City, D T., t.-dy witb ths following account-of Indian troubles in that vieioiu : Al o-a on tbe 20ih a hand Jt Indians attacked a freight train ou tbe tvdney route, six miles from R-ioid Ct;y O ie of the treigbt- lers wa? shot through the back a-m, aud two mules were killed. and peued the stepfather of ibe mad s-; ,ipt patience aud forbade the debber- talilisbnient for the mauufc nre of aie ver to come aiaia to tbe co-y counterfeit trade dollars has been jtli Darlor. Then he brought suit seized by the Secret Sertice i Steers, ! ggaiost ibe fellow f r room rent, fuel nd Cooper Wiltz, a notorious coun-',n,j light, estimating his damages at i terfeiter, and Sarah Ctge, rested. were ar-'t-ioo Tardv suitor, take warninz i- j - o Loafing is not loving. Tv hundred and fifiy millions oi c p tsl re ioves'ed i' tne shoe and leather industries ia this country ,and one burred million pairs of boots and b -s are turned out every year. It bus become tbe most important in dustry next to agriculture, having exceeded in value tbe iron, coal, woolen or cotton interests.