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WELLINGTON ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 7, 1885.
2 J. W. MOXTgHTOM. rnn'r WELLINGTON, I. fi T OHIO. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Gathered from All Quarters. WASHINGTON. Th following ofBcen of the Society of Naturalist war elected at the session of that body In Washington on the 80th ult. : President, Orore K. Gilbert, of Washington;- Vice President!, Profs. H. Newell Martin, of Maryland, E. N. Cope and Har rison Allen, of Pennsylvania ; Secretary! Charles Sedgwick Minot, of Massachusetts; Treasurer, Chariot Ashburner, of Pennsyl vania; : Member of the Executive Com mittee, elected from the society at large: R. Ramsay Wright, of Canada, and Samuel Clark, of Massachusetts. The Society ad journed to meet at Boston, December 29, im. Paymaster W. H. Smyth, who disap peared from Savannah with $5,600 Govern ment funds, appeared at the War Depart ment on the 2d and voluntarily surrendered himself to the Paymaster Oeneral. He turned over $J),l!iO of the money carried off by him and his pay for December, $250, and $100 was paid for him by a friend, making the full amount of $5,IK0. Major Hmyth says he went oft on a spree Christ mas and knew nothing of bis actions until he found himself In New York. He then telegraphed his clerk that he would return immediately. He afterward, however, concluded to come to Washington and re port to the Paymaster Oeneral. The Comptroller of the Currency reports that the decrease since January 1, 1NH4, of National banknotes outstanding is $21,104, 2M, and that the Increase in the deposit of legal tendor notes since January 1, 1884, Is $3,851,815. It is understood that the War Depart ment has declined to take official notice of the charges preferred by Oeneral Hazen against McEeever. Colonel Stevenson, of the Bureau of Ethnology, who recently spent several months In the West, brought back the largest and most diverse collection of ob jects illustrating the home life, industries, and religious customs of the Pueblo Indi In ever before made. They will be sent to the New Orleans Exposition. THE EAST. A notice has been posted in the Bessemer 8teel Works at Homestead, Pa., announcing reduction (to take effect on the 7th) of the wages of the employes In their rail mill twenty-three per cent., those In the con verting mill twenty per cent, and laborers ten per cent. The works employ about one thousand men. The reduction will not af fect the operatives who belong to the Amalgamated- Association. These comprise a majority of the skilled workmen and about half the total force. It is said there was a less general obser vation of the custom of making New Year's calls In New York City than ever before. The streets of the city presented an almost deserted appearance. Comparatively few of the wealthy families received caller at 11. Business failures throughout the United , States during the week ending the 3d num ber 3C1, against 278 In the preceding . week, ana xrc, &, ana im in ui corresponding w vi . t . i ii, auu 04 si jr. Sradstreet's Agency reports the number of failures in New York City for 188 to have keen 528, the largest known for six years past, as against io in iiwi, dim hi jrv-, &'i : in 1MH1. ilT in 1NK0 and Ha In lTfl. The tn. tal liabilities were $71,643,000 and assets ' $38,01ft,000. ' t ; A fire at Corry, Pa., on the 2d drstroyed the large planing and sash factory owned " by the Fha-nix Mill Company, together with three adjoining dwelling houses. Loss , $23,000. , . , , At Cheneyville, Bedford County, Pa., on the nlirht of the lit Herman Garlic burir- , lariously entered the store of Lewi Lookey. The noise awakened John Oordon, the ..waiynman wnn wa tm until i.ariif. nan robbed the money-till and was leaving with the content, when be presented a ahiitiriin and nnfonwl him tn thi-nw tin hia ' hamls. ' Instead of complying the tbiof grabbed the muizle of the gun, and at tempted to make fight. The gun went off and Oarlic fell dead, riddled With. buck- tatlon in Cheneyville wat above reproach. There is reliable authority for the state ment that the proposed Naval College will not be removed from Newport, but that . maaatiraa will ha taban In a ahnrt tlma. tA pat the college In working order with an able corps of instructors. A money belt containing $10,000 In tu t jclish gold wa found on the person of an Arab tramp who wa arrested at Whit Plain, N. Y., a few days ago. Several children were playing on the ice few days ago at Mocbang, Mass., when they broke through and two girls of Mitch ell Vansandt and on of Levi Debraus, ae-an1 alawan vaai-a. arai a Hi-nwnaH. A commission has been received by the New England granite works of Boston, Mass., for a portrait statue of Oeneral H. W. Halleck, to be erected Inthepnblicpark ' at San Francisco. It will be modeled after the Hampton statue In Central Park, New ., York. Conrad, the sculptor, Is at work on the model. Mr. J. B. Crawford, Superintendent of the Foreign Mail Service ot the Postofflc ' Department, and Judge William T. Otto, who have been appointed to represent the United State at the International Postal Convention to be held at Lisbon,' February a, sailed from New York on the 6th. Rev.' J. H. Miller, of Beaver,Pa., super ' annuated M. E. minister In bis eighty-ninth ' year, was married a few day ago to Mr, ; Miller, of Nebraska, who wa hi slstof-ln- ' Jaw.. The bride Is sixty years of age. . . Afterelght years of litigation the case of William M. Lloyd, banker of New York, . Altoona, Pa., and other placet, on of the , moat notable of bankrupt case, was settled at PitUbnrgh on the fci, and Lloyd wa discharged . from bankruptcy. Several millions of dollar ars Involved. i While bending over stove on the 4th , Peter Beck, aged seventy-five, of Linden, If. J., wat suddenly seized with paralysis, In falling he struck and overturned the tov. The coals Ignited the old man' clothing, and before help could reach him be wa burned to death. ,- George Dana' aitro-glyeerlne factory at : Windfall, Pa., wa blown up on the night al the 3d and two men, Chart Thompson tuut Jam ginning, employ. Instantly filled. Tn factory wa blown to atom. Ex-Governor Coburn died at hi home in Skowhegan, He., on the 4th, aged eighty two year. He never recovered from the ever attack ot illness at Augusta while attending the electoral college, t ' 1 An opinion was (lied a few day ago by Judge Stowe, of the Common Plea Court of Pittsburgh, to the effect that the defunct Penn Bank, of that city, wa operated un der a private and special character, and not under the State banking act of 1850. This relieve the director of the bank of individual liability for the turn due the de positors. It will be fought in Supreme Court. At Troy, N. T., on the 8d paper were served in an action brought by the city against the ten bondsmen of Chamberlain Church, the defaulter, to recover $20,000, the amount of his bonds. The negotiations for settlement with the bondsmen were nnsuccessful. The twentieth anniversary of the election of Bishop Coxe to. the Bishopric of Western New York was celebrated in all the Epis copal ohurche at Buffalo on the 4th. The Bishop lectured on the history of the dio cese at St. Paul's Cathedral in the evening. WEST AND SOUTH. Samuel McMoster, a prominent Republi can politician, of Dakota, died at San Fran cisco a few days ago. He was candidate for Delegate to Congress before the late Republican Territorial Convention. He leaves a fortune of $230,000. At Cleveland, O., on the 31st alt Ruth 0111, aged two years and nine months, daughter of John I. Olll, was shot and in stantly killed by Walter Oroiihart, four-year-old boy playmate. The boy had gone into the room where Ruth wat at play and In opening a bureau drawer hit attention wa attracted by pistol, which he took out and by some means it wa discharged with the above remit. The Milwaukee mills manufactured 1,177,- 670 barrels of flour in 1884, against 875,802 barrels in 1883, an Increase ot 301,784 bar rels. Information reached San Francisco on the 1st of the wreck of the Oerman bark Lile near Petrolla, Humboldt County, Cal., on December 2(1. The vessol left Cork October S for San- Francisco. The first officer, Van Laf ner, the cook, O. Brone, and three seamen, F. Pommer, C. Dam kef, and D. Burydorf, were drowned. The Captain and others were saved. The vessel and cargo are total loo. Statistics of the inspectors of the differ ent tobacco warehouses at Petersburg, Va., how that during 1884 there were sold in Petersburg 8,418,027 pounds of loose to bacco against 6,9)8,293 pounds during the previous year. The- number of hogshead Inspected was 6,032 against 10,700 for 1883. Leopold Von Sechan was found dead in an apartment in the eastern section' of Baltimore a few day ago. He wa suffo cated by gas generated by coal-oil stove on which he prepared hi food. He wa the ton of a Oeneral in the Saxon army, and came to this country In 1800. In the house was found bank book with $2,100 to his credit. He is said to have received $200 a month from Germany. At Dayton, O., on New Year's morning Charles Sellers wa "shooting the old year out," and after mapping the trigger sev eral time laid the revolver down. Hi wife, thinking It wa not loaded, In fun pointed it at hi back, When the weapon exploded, the ball lodging in hi neck. He will probably die. Professor Barnard, of Vanderbilt Uni versity, Nashville, Tenn., discovered Erlcke's comet, on the night of the 2d aj even hour forty-five seconds.Washlngtou time. It position at the time was right ascension 22h. Mm. and 4Ta., declination north 40 degrees lm. and fttis. The outputof gold, silver and lead In the Leadville district for the year 1884 was $12,302,400, an increase of $2,134,400 over 1883, with number of mines that produced largely in 1883 closed down the greater part of the year on account of the low price of lead. . The chief of these was the Silver Cord, one of the heaviest producers of the district. The product of lead alone wa 40,8X ton, a considerable Increase compared with 1883. ' The Baltimore. & Ohio ba made tele graph rate from Chicago to New York fifteen cent. The same rate has been made by the Mutual Union, and the Postal make rate of twenty cent. The Western Union ho made no reduction. At Chicago the local finance committee of the Democratic National Convention held a final meeting on tho 2d and sub- Scribed $1,100 to defray the ""remaining in ebtedness. The expense of th conven tioo amounted to $li0,000. The canning house of the Miami Powder Company, near Xenia, Ohio, exploded on the 2d. Jack Oinn, an employe, wa In tantly killed and the building wa demol ished. A number of country poetofflces in North ern Illinois have recently been worked by sharper with indifferent success, by means of raised postal notes of the old issue. From amounts less than one dollar he ba changed tbem according to hi fancy. The postmaster have been gen erally advised ot the trick through the Superintendent of the Money Order Depart ment at Washington. He is described as being about forty years old, nearly six feet high and weighing 100 pounds, with black balr and mustache and of good addross. Balrar Kraut, a Oerman barber of Bell- ville, O., whll on hit way home from hit place of business at an early hour on the morning of the 4tb, wa ordered "hand up" by three highwaymen, who suddenly stepped in from of blnu He promptly re sponded with three shot from a pistol, one of the men falling, while the other fled The wounded man wa fatally shot through th breast, and proved to be Charles Brad ford, well known citizen of Bellvllle. He died next day. i Dr. Maxwell, who. poisoned bl four chil dren at Springfield, O,, few week ago, and who has since been confined In the county jail awaiting trial for murder, com tnltted suicide on the 4th by hanging him self with towel. An examination of the brain will be made by prominent physt clans, a it was upioed he wa insane at th time of the murder. - Mr. Mary Thompson Wlllard, mother of France E. Wlllard, President of th N tlonal Woman's Christian Temperance Union, celebrated ber eightieth birthday anniversary at Kvanaton, 111., on the 3d Letter of congratulation from Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Hayes, President Falrcbild, of Oberlln College, and from churchmen and temperance workers throughout th West and South were read. The souvenir re- civd were numerous.-' ' The ceremonies of the dedication of the memorial tablet over the grave of the great scout and aoldier, Kit Carson,' In Tao County, N. M., few day ago, were at tended by twelve hundred teopl. Anthony Joseph, delegate to Congress, delivered the oration. The tablet,heara, the simple In scription: "Kit Carson, died May 23, 1808, aged fifty-nine yean." ;.The tablet is fur nishes by the Grand Arm r of the Republic of New Mexico, U George) B. Hamilton, one of the most ex tensive grain dealer In the" West, died at Dubuque on the 4th. He had never recov ered from the recent loss of $150,000 in one speculation. H. O. Cbalmert, Associate Juitlce of the Supreme Court of Mississippi since 1870, died of apoplexy on the 4th. While skating at Goshen, Ind., on the 4th George Link and Eva Miles, aged twenty and elgeteen respectively, broke through the Ice and were drowned. The school census of the State of Iowa, just completed by the Department of Edu cation, shows that on January 1 the whole number of children of school age was 020,000, of which the males numbered 818,000 and the females 308,000. This is an Increase over last year of 21,000. The Ninth Cavalry, under command of Colonel Hatch, has gone to Indian Territo ry to remove the Oklahoma boomers from the Territory. Bernard Billings, an Inmate of the hospi tal at La Junta,tCol., wandered out on the prairie during a severe tnow storm a few night ago. When found he wa badly frozen, and died soon afterwards. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Rev. Dr. Blakeney, Canon of York, En gland, well-known to American Low Church Eplicopal as a controversial writei of the evangelical school, died on the 1st. A railway collision at Barnsby Junction. England, on the 1st resulted In the killing of four person and Injuring thirty. A dynamite explosion occurred on the Metropolitan Underground Railway, Lon don, between Oower Street and- Klng'l Cross Station, on the evening of the 2d. The window of a passing train were shat tered and the gas light extinguished. Be yond this there wa no damage done. The passengers were greatly terrified, but no one was seriously hurt. The train resumed Its journey after delay of twenty -five minute. Madrid dispatches of the 2d report fresh shocks of earthquake throughout Andalu sia. The houses loft standing in Albania with a population of about 18,000 have fall en, completing the destruction of that place. The buildings in Antlquera, well built city ot 28,000 inhabitants, were tumb ling rapidly and the probabilities were that the place would be destroyed. Other towns also reported fresh shocks and further loss of life. The distress prevailing among the people of Andalusia wa terrible. There wa great scarcity of food and medicine, j and so panic-stricken had the people be come that It was difficult to get men to enter the ruin of the building in search of bodies and rescuing the wounded persons from the debris. Oeneral Campenon ho been succeeded by Oeneral Lovell a French Minister ol War. It Is announced that Oeneral Negrler ha won another victory at Cbu, routing six thousand Chines. The Portsmouth and Plymouth division of the Channel Squadron of the British Navy have received urgent order by tele, graph from London to prepare for ea in stantly. Most of the crew are away on furlough, but have been tummoned by placards and by telegraph lo orders to be aboard ship on the 5th. The destftuilion of the squadron it as yet unknown. Madam Dingier,' wife ot the Director Oeneral of the Panama Canal Company, died recently at Panama from fever. Thli is the thira victim of the climate in the di rector's family within a year. A Madrid dispatch of the nth states that shocks of earthquake still continue to be felt at Veley, Mulago and ' Xeres, and 40V persons had already been taken from th ruins at Albania. Over 500 persons were Injured in the latter city alono. It is esti mated that 10,000 bead of cattle were killed. LvlTEUNEWS. :, A Washington dispatch of thelith says that Chief Justice Waite has been very 111 for several week. Last summer he wat stricken with paralysis, but near ly recovered. Two mouths ago erysipelas attack-en nit ince ana neaa ana anecu i his brain so that he is rarely lucid. 1 Hit intimate friends are hopeless of bit recovery, and the utmost they expect it that he may linger a few months. If he should have a lucid Interval long enough to understand the situation, be would proba bly resign in order to allow his successor to be appointed by President Arthur. I . Ma. Mart Beck, of Grafton, W. Va., ' ha confessed that she caused the wreck of the St. Louis express train on the Balti more ft Ohio road near that place on the 3(tb ult. with the loss of two lives and the destruction of much proierty. She acted In revenge for the recent arrest of her hut band for robbing freight cart. Oeneral Warren F. Truitt, messen ger from Oregon with th electoral of that State, reached Washington on the Ath, and delivered the vote to the Vice President. Owing to the snow blockade, Mr. Truitt was compelled to make the trip hy the way of Kan Francisco and the Southern PaclUo Railroad. An order ba been Issued from the Dela ware & Hudson Canal Company indefinitely suspending work at eight collieries in the vicinity of Hcranton, Pa. This order throw more than two thousand men and boy out of work. Th ft-nate wa called to order at two o'clock on the tin, anil the Chair laid before that body (he iinHnlaliMl hunlness.wlilch wa the Intcr-Hime Commerce bill, Mr. Wilson .having- the floor. Long prepared speeches were made by Mossrs. Wilson and He wo II. The former condemned Iho contrail Ina pollny of the railroads and the latter Justified the practice of pcnllnrr. A reessiitre was received from the Prei dent traiiKmltllng a eominmilotlcin from the Reerctarjr of the Interior recom mending that measure be taken to disarm the Cheyenne and other Indians In the liulltn Torrltory and to compen sate them for the arms thus taken. The President commended this quimtlon to the attention of the Henateas one of groat lin pnrtnnce. The meHte was referred to the (kiniinlttee on Indian Affairs. The Senate then went Into executive aonnlon and soon after adjourned.... The nrt thlnsr Introduced In the House under the call of Hlatea was preamble and resolution by Mr. Herlxirt recltinv that It apiicaiK that the President has appointed Hull. John A. Kaason and Henry 8. Hawlfnrd delegate on the part of the United (Mates to an International Afrloan LViiisress held In llerlln, and that such an alliance a this conference seems to Import, la a depiirtiire from the traditions of this Nation; miiieatlnir thn President, If not Incompatible with the ptihllc service, to State the reasons that Impelled him to appoint dnl eicates to said conference' whet her there was any limitation placed upon their authority a dele-rates: whether said llinltutlnn, If any, was made known tn the conferences whothor the President has any Information lending to show whether tlio proposed new State la to be a republic or a mnnarehy, and whether. In his opinion, the participation of the United HtHtes In suoh aeonlerenue would not eaatop them from npponlug any attempt tn form Htntepn the American continent; referred to the 'Committee on Korelyn affairs, There were several unimportant uieaauros brought before the House, but upon Its refusal to suspend It rule there wa no action taken upon them. Adjourned. NATIONAL FINANCES. Aa Increase in the Publio Debt During the ': . Month of Deoem her, 1884, of i Attributed to the Payment or the Alabama Awards, Drawback la Customs and Unusual Expenditures In Pub lie Improv.m.at. TI1E TRBARITREn'S REPORT. Washington, January 8. The public debt statement for the month of December, issued yesterday, show an increase of the debt during the. month ot December of (641,384. The dearease of debt since June 80, 1884, has been (31,501,864. The cash In the Treasury amount to (432,475,176. The current liabilities are as follows: 1 Interest due and unpaid I l,M,R!t Debt on which interest has ceased Interest thereon 2rtl,(lA5 Gold snd sliver certificates t57,TVU,t41 United Htates notes held for re demption of certificates of de- posit 24.820,000 Cash balance available January L WHO H0,81I,2 Debt, less caKh In the Treasury January 1, lltt 1.41,MS,lr71 The following I a comparison of the receipt for December, IBM, with those of Cooember, lll3: ForlRHi' Customs $U,nA7,MW Internal revenue I,4M,HI5 Miscellaneous , 1.&U.628 Total t : CB.HJS.Otf For 1888: Customs fl3.B41.1B8 Internal revenue U.Ktx.SH Miscellaneous. l.KW.sco Total 16,010,278 The expenditures tor the same periods corn are as follows: For December, 1884: Ordinary $10,62li,0f8 Pensions. 8,:W,H77 Interest 2,Du.-,.-.m Total 21,8tt8,28 For December, 18W: , Ordinary m. 9.100.4M Pensions... W;M Interest r.017,77 Total !.. 112,056, U5 For the six months euded December 81, 1884, the total receipts were 8161,129,002. For the same period In 1883 they were (175,711,006. For the tlx months In 1884, the total ex penditures were (145,213,387 and for the name months In 1883 they were (137,843, 080. The Increase In ordinary expenditures for the six month of 1884 is attributed to the payment of 8:),000',000 in awards made by the Alabama Court, (1,000,000 to the New Orleans Exposition, (1,500,000 In customs drawbacks and unusual amounts for river nd harbor and publio building Improve ments. ' Secretary McCtillooh says that the In. crease ot the debt is due tn business de pressions, causing decreased customs and other receipts. He thinks that better showing will be made during January and succeeding months. A TUNNEL ON FIRE. The Bristol Tunnel oa the Baltimore M Ohio Railroad Blowa t'p and Bt oa Fir Suppoaad to be the. Work ol Striking-Miliar. . ' - Newabk, O., January 8. The Bristol Tunnel, on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, three miles from Junction City, is on Are, Engine of this city have gone to the scene. All trains are delayed. The burning tunnel Is located on the branch of the Baltimore Jk Ohio that drop! shout fifteen miles due southward from Junction City to tap the . coal region ol Shawnee. The tunnel, which Is several hundred feet long, leads the road through th heart of the rugged bills with which tills cpal and mineral region of Ohio abounds. There Is s vein ot coat In the tunnel Itself and that feeds the fury ot the flames. The tunnel watchman gives the following Account ot his discovery of the lire: "I heard s noise In the tunnel. At I ap proached to learn the cause ot It, 1 saw s number of men. When I demanded what they were doing, I heard one of tbem My, 'Let him have It.' The voices camo from the dark cavern, and the command was fol lowed by a shot at my lantern. After I heard the bullets whizzing by me, I thought It time to get out of danger. They kept up their firing until I had reached Ihe mouth ot the tunnel. I then watched their move ments, and after a short time heard s deaf ening explosion. 1 then gave the alarm." From other source It Is learned that the bnmlng of the tunnel wa the work of bout 150 Straitsvllle strikers. About 800 feet of the tunnel has caved-ln, snd the fire Is atill raging. The firemen cannot reach the flames, and It now appears that it cannot be extinguished until the entire tunnel shall have been ruined. This will cut oft Shawnee from all railroad connec tion with the outside world. Funeral of Russell Hancock. - - St. Louis January 8. General W. S. Hancock, accompanied by Lieutenant Bar ber and Mr. Nicholas tiwynne, father of Mrs. Russell Hancock, arrived here yester day morning. The body of Kussell nan cock bad already arrived snd was at the Southern Hotel, At 1 :8o p. m. the body waa taken to the Church of the Messiah, where funeral ceremonies were conducted by Rev. Dr. Eliot, chancellor of Washing ton University, after which the funeral cortege proceeded to Bellefontalne Ceme tery, where the remain were placed In the family vault - Oeneral Hancock showed very plainly the suffering he hu undergone Ince the new of hi ton's death reached him, Mrs. Hancock was too- III to make the Journey from New York. The other member taking part In the solemn service wre Mrs. Russell Hancock, widow, and her three children, Ada,Owynne andMyra. Mr. Laura Foster, Miss Ada (iwynne, sinter of the bereaved lady. - There were eight pall bearers, personal friends of tha de ceased la this city. Raiding' a Cock-Pit. GiiKiNsnuRO, Ta,," January 8. A cock pit, two miles from Derry; In a barn owned by John Stump, wa raided New Tear's evening by County Detective Alcorn and Humane Society Agent CllneV They with their aid captured about' thirty persona, In eluding the proprietor, k They were all lodged In jail, but later Were admitted to btlL which they all forfeited except John Stump. Everybody present bad at least two or three chickens lu bags, and It la cal eulated that there were 150 flue bird pres ent About sixty of the party mads their FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT. Two Miners Fall Distance of 600 reet ,and ar. Horribly Mangl.d. Burri, Monti- January 6. The follow ing are the partloulari of an accident at the Magna Clinrta mine at Walkervllle, Friday: Three men working, on a contract to sluk the shaft from the 600 foot station having worked their night's shift, at seven o'clock In the morning entered the cage to ascend. Their names were James Tlppltt, John Bray and William H. Bray, the last named brothers. While sitting down In the station waiting for the cage to descend, all three complained to the pump-man, James Bull man, of headache and dizziness, which may be attributed to the fumes from the charges they had used in blasting. The cane is made secure by guard bars placed on its north and south sides. One of these bars was in place when the car atarted. John Bray stood securely on thnt side, but on the opposite tide the two others had neglected to lower the bar to Its rest, and they held on to It In an upright position. When they ascended to the purer air In the shaft, the change seems to have overpowered them. It Is supposed they fell, and there being no guard to hold them In the cage, they aroppeu oeiween u anu the timbers. Tills produced a heavy strain upon the cable, aa there was but eight lnche ot apace neiweon me cage anu suaiu The former in grinding past them reduced the poor fellows almost to a pulp. When the cage arrived at the landing John Bray was found to be the sole occupant, and he was In a kneeling posture, holding on the bar with a detli clutch and perfectly un conscious. . The nuinn man at the six hundred foot level, hearing the fall of the mangled bodies, supposed some earth had fallen through tlje timbers, but on searching the bottom fifteen feet below his station; he first found a gum boot and then discovered the crushed and mutilated bodies. James Tlppltt was of English birth, aged thirty, and has three brothers In the camp. William Bray was born In Humboldt, Mich., where Ills parents reaide and was nineteen years old, Tlio funeral took place at three o'clock Sunday afternoon. Bray was a member of the Ancient Order of Foresters. SAD DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. A Father Shot by His Son Fatally Stabbed While Nursing F.v.rlsh Pa tie t. Tkiiiie Havte, Ind., January 8. A aad domestic tragedy occurred In the southern part of this county on New Years Eve., newt of which hat just reached here. Irs Smith, a well-to-do farmer of that section, was shot by his son Clinton, aged nineteen, producing Injuries which will cause death. The boy some time ago threw a fork at his sister, striking her In the fare, and was sent away by hit father. New Venr'a Eve he returned for hla clothes, but the father was absent and his mother would not allow him to tike them. When hit fnther came the son asked for the clothes, nnd the former said jokingly: "The Sheriff lias them." At this the son slipped behind a door, seized a shotgun he had pre viously loaded, and fired the charge Into his father's breast, producing fatal Injuries. The boy fled, but waa arrested and placed In jull. The shooting was entirely unpro voked and caused much excitement. Oai.vkston. Tbx., Jan. 8. Joae Valdez, young Spaniard, while nursing Hernando Amdando, waa fatally atabbed Dy tne latter In a lit of insanity yesterday. Aradnntlo Is a very rich cattle man. Hp reared Valdez from inrancy. Kcccnuy Araaamio negan to ahow aleus of Insanity and being con- lined in his bed some day with fever. Valdez constantly attended him. Awaking suddenly he Jumped from the bed, snatched a darger aim plutiKed It Into V aluez. the lunatic then rushed Into the RtreoVbran (llahed the bloody weapon and was with dilllculty captured and locked up. Valdez cannot recover. AMdando was passionately attached to young V aldez, and his friends predict that Amdando will surely kill nun- aela when he realizes that he bas killed his boy. m -a- a A Well-Known Phyaiclan Attempts to . Shoot His Wife and Then Suicides. Nkw York, January 6. Dr. Rudolph Famtzky, a well-known physician of this city, while laboring under a fit ot Jealousy, early yesterday morning attempted to mur der his wife, Frances, at their residence, No. 613 Lexington Avenue. lie also at tempted to commit suicide by shooting himself In the forehead. The noise of the shooting attracted tlie attention of some of the inmates ot the house, who ran down r'tlratosee what the trouble waa about On reaching the apartments occupied by the Fanszkys, they fonnd Mr. Fanszky In her room bleeding from a pistol shot wound on the tide of her head. She aald that her husband had tried to kill her. Doctor Fanazky - was found In an unconscious condition In hit office bleed' lug from a pistol shot wound Ik the fore head. The police and medical asulstance waa summoned and Dr. Fnnszky, whose wound waa considered probably fatal, was removed to the I'n-abyterian Hospital. Mrs. Fanszky wa allowed to remain at her home a her wound wa not considered laugeroua. Dr. Fanszky waa born in Hun gary. lie graduated in medicine In Vienna and afterward served in the army under Victor Emauuel. He came to this country about 1808 and was appointed Sanitary In spector In till city by the Hoard of Health In 1873. He resigned shortly afterward and was appointed house surgeon ot Mt Sinai Hospital. Fanszky la forty-four year of age and lilt wire twenty-two. They have been married about eighteen month and frequently quarrelled on account . of Faui-zky't Jealous disposition. . 1 . Death of Rev. Dr. Schtnck. Nkw York, Jnuary 8. Rev. Dr. Noah Iliiiit Schenck, rector of St, Ann's (P. E.) Church on the Heights, Brooklyn, died at three o'clock yesterday morning, after a brief Illness, frdrd bJod polirtnlng caused by an unskillful operation for the 'removal of a com. Ill death was announced to hit congregation. a few hour later by , Bishop Littlejolin, aad caused greit sorrow. Rev. Henry Ward Jieccher, an Intlinate If lend of the deceased, 'roeatved a not 'while' In his pulpit Informing him of Dr. Schenck' death. He wa much affected, and broke down In delivering hi prayer and again tn the course of his sermon, which was on the lubjrct ot the uncertainty of llfu. In an nouncing the sad occurrence to hit audi ence, Mr. Ileecher spoke of Dr. Schenck at a loyal friend to him at a time when to be such coat something. Such other clergy' me of Brooklyn aa raoerved Information ot Dr. Sdienek's death referred in high' term to hi character and attainment. Dr, ScNenck wa fifty-nine years old, and had enjoyed good health until his last Illness. He married titter of Senator Pendle ton, of Ohio. . , . . , . HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT V K. J. EOBLNSON takes pleaaJ ure in announcing to his numerV ous friends and customers that he is again at his old stand on Liber ty St.; building new, and every-4 thing in the latest style. GROCERIES of all kinds and fruits in their season. 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