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JJLL Vyil Vlli VOL. 17. To SubscrlbesTJer, w5" FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1880. SlaCopjIS-JJg NO. 110 i Edition. THE LATEST WASHINGTON. Hatch Hankers after Another In- , Testigation. Probabilities that the Session Will Be Prolonged. AS TO AH EARLY ADJOURNMENT, Bpeclal to the Star. Washington. D. C Muy 14. It is now believed that an adjournment can not be reached by May 31, as was expected several days ano. Speaker Randall said last night tl at the regulation of the method of the Electoral count and the Marshals' Bill will tie up the Senate beyuuda possibility of an early adjournment. , R1VRB AND HARBOR BILL. The Committee on Commerce amended Jhe River and Harbor Bill to day so as to provide for letting out the work by con tract under direction of "the Secretary of War. - '.'- BATCH WANTS ANOTHER INVISTIGATION. Mr. Eaton read in the Senate to-day a petition from David Hatch asking for a further investigation of his imprisonment for interference with Grant's San Domingo scheme, on the ground that the Special In vestigating Committee ten years ago did not do him justice. Mr. Coukling pronounced the petition a libelous attack upon General Gcant, in troduced at this time for a political pur pose. Mr. Eaton desired the petition referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. Mr. Conkling desired an immediate in vestigation. Further consideration of the petition will go over until the morning hour Monday. pkndlkton'8 day oh kelloqo. . . ' i After the morning hour in the Senate to-day Senator Pendleton began his speech in favor of the removal of Kellogg. GIBSON AND ADJOURNMENT. The House dispuivd for some time over the adjournment resolution and then granted to Gibson, who has charge of it, the privilege of reporting it at a future time. ' NOMINATED AND CONFIRMED. jtational Associated. Pijas to the Stat Washington, D. C, May 14. The Presi dent snt to the Senate yesterda the fol -lowing nominati ng: Samuel. N. Todd, of Piqna. 0., to be Census Supervisor for the Second District of Ohio. The Senaie in executive sessi ii confirmed the following nominations: S. N. Todd to be Census Supervisor for the Second District of Oh o; Win. A. Hunt to be Census Supervisor for the Fifth District of Ohio. x THR VOTE ON ADJOURNMENT. The vote in the Ways and Means Com mittee to-day on adjournment Mny 31st was as follows: Yeas Gibson, Phillips, Conger, Garfield, Kelly, and Fry. Nays Carlisle, Tucker, Morrison and Milton. Fclton did not v-te, and Wood and Dan nell were absent. The latter would have voted against adjournment. . v SHORN OF THEIR SALARIES. The failure of the Immediate Deficiency Bill stop the pay, from April 1st until an appropriation is made, of all the Internal Revenue storekeepers and gaugers, to the number of several thousand. It also cuts if the pay of revenue agents. D0NNBLLY-WA8IIBU11N CASE. . The Couimitiee investigating the charges of corruption in connection ttnn the Dm-nellv-Wiishbum case o n tinned the exam ination of expert E. P. Hay yesterday. Hay submitted trac.ngs to snow the simi larity between the anonymous letters addressed to Springer and letters wiitten by W. 8. King of .Minnesota. The Com mittee ordered the papers to be photo- THE ELECTION FRAUD INVESTIGATION. . Messrs. Blair, Hoar, Teller and Kirk- til 111 BlIWlMlflVU tujivaiiww iiiiiixiivi n Rhode Island and .Massachusetts. I hey ianv i.iihl Liiirn hub an i c ucnun ui i n la 1 1 1 a... .i .a .. ..t i..;... here is no need or congressional legltlu- ...n in tl.a aill)IOf Corporal Punishment Abolished. National Associated Press to the Biar. Chicago. May 14. At a meeting of the loard of Education last night the case of lorporai punisoment in the Ciarke School, vhich has been called to public attention y the fact of charges of assault and bat ery being preferred against Principal Vaile nd head assistant JWiza Bn.ltli and tneir being fined respectively (10 and $3 by usuce ainiBun, was uuueu ni. Inspector Reichberg declared the inflic ion ot the Hue correct,,-aud Inspector riloane said the case was one of brutality, il'he resiixtiations ot both teachers were ac- eDted. and a resolution was adopted de- uiariug corporal punishment in any form in the public schools of Chicago to be here after abolished and prohibited, ami suspen sion ' and expulsion are held to be the only proper punishment for refractory pupils. ; ? ; ' ' - rOLlTlCAL. ORBFH MOUNTAIN OREEN BACKERS Rational Associated Press to the Star. ' Montpsi.ier, Vt., Way 14.. The National Greenback Labor Party, numbering about flftv, met at Masonic Mall Yesterday toap- tK.iiit delegates to the National Greenback invention at l.hiMgo on June 9tli. -Strong Greenback resolutions were adopted. The Committee on Delegates re- rrted as delegates at large, 0. F. Clough, Tiirhell, J. J. Burgess, 0. C. Martin. Two delegatus were elected from each Congres sional Dislriot. , It was decided to have the Utile Convention on June 24tb and the place to be lixed by the State Committee. BON CAMERON IS OOMFIDENT. 1 Washington D. C, May 14, Don Cam eron has returned from a visit to Philadel phia ud ww in his seat yesterday, H says the reports of an extensive revolt in the Pennsylvania Delegation to Chicago are not true, thathe has investigated the affair thoroughly and that he is confident the delegation will Vote as instructed for Grant, that a few of the delegates, not over half a dozen, mav disregard the instruc tions and vote for Blaine, SHERMAN AND BLAINE, New Yore, May 14. Secretary Sherman, accompanied by his Secretary, Mr. Bab cock, returned to Washington yesterdav at 10. Prior to his departure from the Fifth Avenue Hotel, Mr.. Sherman held a final conference with his personal friends in his apartments. He expressed himself as high ly gratified at the report received from all parts of the country respecting his canvass. Blaine remains, and seems to be as busily engaged iu the details of his own canvass as on the first dav nf hh arrival. Said a friend, referring to Blaine's labors: "I don't believe he has slept five hours since Sunday. Since h s arrival be bos re' ceived on an average one hundred visitors a day and the cards of as many more, who, in return, received word that Blaine was not in." . . .' . METltOFOLlTAN MENTION. HEROISM Of 4 MOTHER. National Associated Press to the Star. Nkw York, May 14. The young wife of voornes Qkitimun saved ber cmM s are last night by running through a blazing fire to us cradle and carrying it back tlirougn the flames. The child was unhurt, but the mother's hinds were scorched, her hair crisped and singed, i er eye-lafhes burned away, and her face and ears severely scorched. i Her skirts were blazing, and she fainted after she and her child were safe, She suffered serious burns, but the physi cian believes her life is not in danger. Her husband dirlocated his knee by a fall, and the firemen extinguished the lire after $1,- ouu damage had been done. DEATH 0F A JOURNALIST. New York, May 14. Samuel R. Glenn, a well-known veteran journalist ol tbis citv. died yesterday morning at his residence at the age of sixty-one. . SHERirr IN A DILEMMA. . Another difficulty arises in consequence of the exhaustion of the appropr ation to pay Federal expenses in this city. The Government Is six months in arrears in payment for the support of Federal prison ers in Ludlow-street Jail, and as there is now no monev at command the Sheriff must either support the prisoners at his own expense or leave them "to starve or let tbem go. ; , . - , DECORATION DAT PARADE. Great preparations are being made for the celebration (if Decoration Day. The oarade of military organizations will be larger and more complete than any previ ous one. rue National unard, winoh usu ally bears the burden of the street diiplay, will on ibis occasion be but a minor seo- ti ui of the parading multitude. Military organizations from neighboring cities and bauds ot war veterans from various Sec tions will swell the line and an imposim. lis, lay is anticipated. Most of the dis tinguished military men in the countr will be invited to attend the parade and re view. After the day's parade a celebruli n will be held at the Academy of Music in the evening. FREIGHT RATES ON TOBAOOO. Naw York, Mny 14. Albert Fink, Com niissioner .l the Easton Trunk Line Rail road pooling combination, ha- issued circn lars announcing the rates recently made f r through all rail freigi ts on manufac tured lohucco and tobacco stems. The new rate is fixed on a base of 47 (tents per one hundred pounds from St. Louis, 38 cents from Louisville and 34 cents from Cincin nati. . . KENTUCK KN1CKKNACKS. Specially Collected In the Corncracker Commonwealth. Specials to the mat. ... Madisonvillb. May 14. A daughter of J. M. Nisbet, of Hopkins County, 12 'ears old, was burned 1 1 death while kindling a fire In a stove with the aid of a coal-oil can. Burkbvilijc, May 14. Philip S. Winfrey, a leading citizen of this place, committed suicide b.r drowning in Crocus Creek. For several days past he had been insane on the snhjeot of religion. He was forty years old and leaves a family. Matsvillb, May 14, Wm, Wray, an ex tensive bee-keeper, from Lapeer County, .Vlichigan, his been in Lewis County look ing for a new location for his apiary, and it is likely that lie will remove to the latter county. Georgetown, May 14. Richard Evans yesterday morning shot and killed John Offutt on the pike near Newtown. The parties had previously bad trouble. Augusta, May 14. A. Haley, a wealthy and respected citizen of this county, fell down stairs and fractured his skull, from the effect of which he died. .. Henry Grenfelz, a German living near Utopia, Ohio, committed suicide last even ing by shooting himself through tiie head, Mt. Sterliro, May 14. Hon. J. W. Jor dan, Mayor of Mt. Sterling, died last night. He was a native of Clark -County. Shelbyvill, May 14. The residence of J. W. Arnett, near Clay Village, this county, was burned yesterday. Cause, de fective flue. L'-ss, $2,000. In Brief. v National Associated Press to the Stat Trot, Ohio. May 14. Word has been re ceived here that Governor Foster lias de cided to grant a respite of one hundred days to George Mitchell, sentenced to bung on the 28i h inst,, lor ine murder pi bis wife. Denver, May 14 It is learned that a powerful secret organization nas been formed, witn neuaquariers in hub city, whose obiect is to go to the Ute reserva tion to prospect without waiting Congres sional action. The society has already one hundred and buy members. St. Petersburg, May 14. The Govern ment has ordered the iron-clad Peter the Great to the Pacific in anticipation of a war with China. " Death f Jacob Painter, ..- National Associated Press to the mat.' ' Pittsburg. Pa,. May 14 Jacob Painter, one of the pioneers in the iron business here, died this morning aged eighty years The firm of which he was the head is one oi (he wealthiest and best known in the business iu this city, ; ri, j DEADLY DUEL. Two Alabamians Hack Each Other with Knives. A Little Babe Mangled by the Cars. Boston Bean-eaters Shaken by an Earthquake. KILLED HIS INrANT CHILD. Specials to tho star. , New Albany, Ind., May 14. John Ro bert, a well-known character of this city, was arrested last evening upon a charge of killing his infant child. The Coroner's jury returned a verdict that the child came to its death by the cruel treatment of its father, John Roliart HAD EVERYTHING HANDY. Marion, Ind., May 14. Last night Er nest Swarts attempted to commit suicide by cutting his arm severely in two places. He was found In bed almost lifeless from loss of blood, with a razor and pocket-knife by him, having placed his arm and a jar in such a position as to catch the blood. He may recover. BRAN-EATERS SHAKEN UP. Boston, May 14. At an early hour yes terday morning quite a severe shock of earthquake occurred in Middlesex County, Houses shook, dishes rattled, and Ames burg aud Salisbury people ran out of their houses, supposing au explosion had taken place. The shock continued about .five seconds, and produced considerable of a sensation. HARD ON THE HOKORABLXa. Madison, Wis., May 14. Yesterday morning a robber entered the sleeping- room occupied at the Park Hotel by Hon. Tom Wall, Hon. George H. Read, and Hon, E. R. Finch, of Oshkosh, while they slept, and stole from Wall a gold watch valued at $250 and between $50 and $60 in money. From Read and Finch the thief made a haul of about $40 each. DROWNED FROM A STEAMBOAT. Sbrevifort, La., May 14. Pies. Miller, a well-known river man, was yesterday accidentally drowned from the steamer Carrie Brandon, about five miles above here. The body was recovered. BABY MANGLED BY A TRAIN. Marshall, Tex., May 14. Near Texar- kana yesterday a baby, just old enough to walk, eft by the mother alone for a few minutes, crawled upon the railroad track immediately in front of a passing train and had one arm and both feet cut off. It is still alive, but can not recover. ' A WIFK MURDERER BAPTIZED. Houston, Texas, May It Yesterday the negro wife-murderer, Henry Quarles, con deiuned to bn executed June 11, was, at ' is own request, taken from Jail to Buffi lo Kayou, within the city limits, and baptized by Rev. Stewart, colored. The murderer was taken out in a close carriage, in w ich were sealed pars n Stewart, Sheriff Nobie and two deputies. Quarles professed deep religion, but it is thought he wanted a good chance to escape. Quarles' murder of his wife, was one of the most brutal aud cowardly ever perpetrated in Texas. SUICIDE Or MARY 8ALT. La Sallb, III, May 14. Mary Salt, seventy-two years of age, hung herself yes terday at the resilience of her son. She had been in poor health for some time, hich is ascribed as the cause of the rash deed. BOY DROWNED AT ROCHBLLE. Rochki.le, III., May 14. A boy named Willie Henry fell Into the stone-quarry pond and was drowned yesterday. DEADLY DUEL WITH KNIVES. Decatur, Ala., May 14. Two negroes, Alex. Whately and Frank Parkman, in dulged in a quarrel about wh sky aud wo men at Dudevilie last night, finally ending in a tight with knives. They fought until both men fell to the ground exhausted, when it was discovered that Parkman was mortally wounded aud Whattly very badly carved up. SALOON-KEEPER KILLED BY A WOMAN. National Associated Press to the Btar. Plymouth, 0., May 14. Wm. Oehra, a saloon-keeper, went to the house of Char lotte Joiner, a grass widow, at Chicago Junction, and demanded admittance. This was refused, and as Oehui kept up his de mand, Mrs. J' iner fired a load of buckshot into him. He died yes erday, and the woman was bound over in the sum of $500. HANGED BY A MoB. 8t. Louis, May I4.7-A mob of about one hundred mused men surrounded the jail at Osceola, Missouri, between S and 4 o'clock yesterday morning, and took there from three men charged with murder aud hanged them. Their names were W. K. Smith, Charley Pierce and John Parks. BURR KILLS orr HIS RELATIONS. ' Corpus Chribti, Texas, May 14 Horace Burr yesterday shot at bis wife, and Mrs. Barnard, his mother-in-law, springing be tween them, was struck twice, burr struck bis sister in-law, Mrs. Bronster over the head with the pistol felling her to the floor. Reloading the pistol be then shot himself dead. Mrs. iiarnard's wounds are pro nounced fatal. The cause of the tragedy was a disagreement between Burr and his wife, resulting in the latter returning to ber lather a bouse. W0UK AND WAGES. THE OMAHA STRIKERS. ' stlonal Associated Press to the Btar. Omaha, May 14. The Omaha Smelting Company declares its intention of never complying wttn - ine aemanus 01 the strikers. It sold fifty thousand dollars' worth of bullion on nand, to be shipped Fast, and as lead is falling in price it can afford to have the works remain idle for the present' ' . On the other hand the strikers are eqna ly as determined, and will prevent am body from going to work. All married striken are being supported from a fund from other Omaha Workingmen, princi pally railroad employes. .; CARLINSVILLS MINERS. Carlinsvillb, III, May 14. The coal miners of this city are on a strike and the miners are all idle. The owners of the mines declined to increase the pay of the operato s, preferring to shut down rather than yield." A delegation from this Com pany has visited Vuden, trying to induce the miuers at that point to strike for higher wages. CHICAGO BRICK MAKERS. . Chicago, May 14. About 800 brick labor ers employed in the brick yards on the West and South Sides went on a strike this morning. The cause is the refusal the b sses to Day an advance of 25 cents a day Uion the present wages, which range from $1 76 to $2 50 a day. The strike In cludes all the yards on the West and South sides except two, which have complied with the demand. The North side yards are pa.i ing advanced wages. : Death I the Human Hog. Special to the Stat Nashville, May 14. Ed. French, the colored man who lived so many years in a mud-puddle near Union City, and who for several days had been exhibited 011 Spruce street, oppo-ite the Exposition Building, died yesterday of pneumonia, contracted while being confined in mod when on ex hibition. He is supposed to have been about forty-five years of age, and was under the management of J. F. Cummings, who least d him from Mays & Dickerson, of Union City, for the purpose of exhibiting him here. - A post-mortem examination will take place. MINERS' MISERIES.' Three Men Crushed to Death by a Caving: Shaft. National Associated Press to the Btar. Norway, Mich., May 14. Early yester day ru rning No. 2 Shaft of the Lumber man Mining Company's Ludington Iron Mine, located eight miles from here, caved in, burying alive sixteen miners. The shaft was fifty feet deep and contained five feet "of water. John Tye, an Irishman, Isaao Winn and Oliver Gardner, Cornish men, who were working directly at the bot tom of the shaft, were taken out dead. The others, who were working in the drifts, were taken oat alive. Tye was married and the father of eight children, Imme diately on the caving in of the shaft an alarm was given, and the miners from other parts of the mine, led bv Captain Williams, hurried to the scene aud set lo work to re move the rock and make an entrance. The work was slow, as the rock has to be loaded into ore buckets, hoisted to the sur face and dumped, and as the work pro gressed the half suffocated cries of the miners could be heard growing fainter and fainter. About 9 a. in. an entrance was made and thirteen miners were rescued from the drift of the shaft uninjured. The shaft was well timbered down to the walls of r 'ck that were considered sufe, and a caving was not expected bv any one. execution'of manke. Special to the Star. Buffalo, Ma 14. Carl Manke, who early in 1878 brutally murdered John At loff at Elma, a little village iu Erie, thir teen miles east of this city, is to be banged here to day. Manke was first convicted ot murder in May, 1878, and sentenced to be hanged. He was allowed a second trial, however, on a writ of error, but the result was aguin to his prejudice and he was sentenced to be executed this day. The prisoner has manifested great obsti nacy all along, and persistently refused the kind offices of his friends and visitors, say ing he wanted to die and the quicker the better. The execution will be private and wit nessed only by the ufficrs of the law and press representatives. The scaffold is al ready complete in tha juil yard. BurrALo, N. Y., Muy 14. Carl Manke was handed here at exactly 11 o'clock to day, He manifested a brutal stolidity on the scaffold and jeered at the clergymen present who offered him consolation. Still when the black cap was drawn over liii head at the lust moment he muttered " Oh, God !" His neck was broken with the drop and death ensued immediately. TO-DAY lKCOiNGRESS. HOUSE. Satlonal Associated Press to the Btar. Washington, May 14. The House met t 11 o'clock and immediately went into Committee of the Whole on the Legislative Appropriation Bills, with Mr. Cox in the chair. Mr. Page offered an amendment provid ing for the advertisement for all materials required for the mints. ' Mr. Atkins pointed out that the law now required that to be done, and if the amend ment was adopted it wouidcost a good deal of money, f r all small articles would have to be advertised f r. After discussion Mr. Pase withdrew the amendment, remarking that Mr. Atkins would be held responsible if there was mal administration of affairs in the tnin's. Mr. Atkins declined to be held respon sible for the maladministration of the Re publican party or any other party. Mr.' Warren offered an amendment re quiring that detailed statements or ill ex penditures from the contingent funds of the different departments shall be submit ted annual y to Congress. The amend ment was adopted. -Oppeiitaeim'a tiume of Poker. Vatluunl Associated Press to the Star. ; Looansport, Ind., May 14. Yesterday in the Super or Court Simon Oppeuheim, a prominent clothing merchant, escaped the payment of a note of $31,830 bv proving that he had given it in payment ot loss sus tained bf him in a game of draw poker. In Septembtr, 1876, Oppenheim visited Philadelphia on butines, got into a game f cards with Samuel Picser and several other parties at the Mansion. As a result, Oppenheim found himself in debt t Pie ser$M,850. Piesersold the note to Goldstein A Bon, bankers, of Philadelphia." They brought suit to recover. When Ortpenheini proved conclusively bow the note was made, puUutiflu wiuoraw u stuu .. 1 1' . MUSICAL GRAND OPENING NIGHT OF THE FOURTH V 7 MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL, TTJESLA.Y, May 18, 13eg;iimtn? at ryi P M WITH THIS Grand Choral Work of BACH-" A Stronghold Sure." SOLOISTS: Miss ANNIE BURT NORTON, Miss ANNIE LOUIS1S CAUY, Mr. GEO. E. WHITING. Organist. FOLLOWED BY t Mozart's Great Orchestral Work,th8 " Jupiter Symphony," closing with Handel's "Jubilate," Recently ftven fety the Uaudel and Haydn Society of Boston, with great kuccets, SPECIAL NOTICE. AU Evening Concerts begin at 7:30 o'clock, and Afternoon C ncerts at 2 o'clock. The Program Book, continuing a dewripiion of all the mime to be sung at the Festival, with words of the snugs, for sale at the stores of John Chuich Si Co., Robert Clarke fc Co., 0. 1). Newhall St Co., and P. O. Thomson. Price 25e. The O'Leary Walk. National Associated Press to the Star. Chicago, May 14. At 1 o'clock the score in the O'Leary walk stood: Sherry, 244 niilei; Olinstead, 243; Campana, 238; Cross l:ind, 226; Austria, 220; t'austio, 209; Hef ferman, 188. The luuiuus. KILLED BY APACHR&. Santa Fk, May 14. The Apaofees turned on their trail, uvoiding Captain Jladden's command, and killed six more people iu Frisco Valley. Another Would-be Deteotive. Boss and son, two men who hail from Chicag'i, were arrested by Deputy Marshal Wesljuhn yesterday for selline postage stamps at a discount. . They were taken be fore the District Attorney and said that the postage clerk had exchanged stamp? for postal cards that had not been canceled by going through the in:iils. The clerk was sent for and said such was the fact. This is the work of a would-be detective named Jim Rosenham. This same indi vidual has been bothering the Custom Hiiuse officials in this manner for the last several months. The cam at first looked suspiciuus, tnrouisli Kosenham's exaggerat ed account of it. An Old Soldier Gone. Major Lauretz Bnrentzen, of Ystadt, Den mark, died here at 8 :S0 o'clock, this morn ing, at ihe age of lifty-three years. The deceased, during the war. served as a private iu the SSth Ohio, under Captain Brauueis, and Inter on in the 106th Ohio, under Col, Tfel. After the war Major Bui en to 11 was marrie'i to Miss Hummel and to U charge f the Hummel House. He has also been Government store keeper at Cynthiaua, Ky. He leaves a wife to mourn his loss. The funeral will take I lace next Monday from St. Xtvier's Church. Mr. William Dowling, formerly a po liceman and well known in political and social cire'es in tiie Fifth Ward, has pur chased the grocery heretofore owned by Mr. Edward Marty, northwebt corner Third and Ludlow streets, and will continue in connection with it a first-class daily meat market. Mr. Dowling will be pleased to see all his friends and acquaintances. We wish him success in his new venture. Edward Devere, alius Hall, and bis girl, Belle Thorpe, alias Dora Hall, are be hind tha bars at the Ninth-street Station on suspicion. Devere has been identified by several boarding-house keepers as the man who engaged bo ud at their house and then skipped olf very suddenly, articles of value disappearing at the same time. Isaao Butler, of Portsmouth, pleaded guilty before Judge Swing, this morning, to the clia'ge of retailing liquor without paying the special tax. He was sentenced to thirty days in the Scioto County Jail, and to 1 ay a fine of $100. A silent alarm about 2:80 this after noon called the chemical engine to a fire on the roof of the St.-James Hotel. After a half hour's ork the fire was put out. Cause, defective flue. Loss, ah iut $100; fully insured. Louis B. Fiechter, of Messrs. Ficchter & Suns, Corn Kxchange, Liverpool, arrived in this city last night with a large lot of Sttfcs milling machinery, which is to be exhibited at the coming Millers' Interna tional Exiiibi ion. Nichols & Co.'s Bark and iron, a combi nation of Peruvian Bark with Protoxide Inn, is recommended by the medical p o fession as a chalybeate and tonic, and its use is indicated in dyspepsia and all forms of nervous prostration. LOST. LOST THIMBLE A lady's thimble, iu New port, Ky., valued as a keepsake. The finder will confer a favor bv 1 cunning: It to 163 Manison street, Newpoit, to MRS. KEARNEY. 1 WATCHES, &o. WT A rpYTTCI for Birthday fc V Jti. X WXIXjk) Presents, and R Jewelry of every description ot finest quali- K. ty and oottom prieen in great variety, at Ss JOSEPH MEHMKKT'rf. 819 Freeman aven'i". f? ISMLWJLHW --"- IW .ll.'MIWMWUtt WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED - GIRL A ftnod girl to do light housework. Call at 153 Madison street, Ke port, Ky. WANTED BOY To run errands, aud i." do a little work in a store. Inquire t 48 Vm 8lxth street. w ANTED TO BUY A corv of Johnson's En- cTcloDedla. Address J. 0. T- Daily Btar of fice. Cincinnati, O. f17-tf MISCELLANEOUS PARTIES DESIRING CHEAP CLOTHING should go to T. HURLEY'S, 130 Monmouth street, Newport Kv. -' ' ' TT A mC! THE LATKST STYLES AT JEliX, JL Of STROBKL'S, 'ZW Freeman ave nue, beiwixn Richmond and Court its. GOOD PHOTOGRAPHS AND FEtiRKOTYPKS made in all kinds of weather at KELLY1 SaUery, 196 W. Ma st, befc Bus and Pliua, FESTIVAL, I Signor ITALO CAMPANINJ, Mr. MYRON W. WHITNEY, AMUSEMENTS. GRAND I This fcYenins 1 9 Also Saturday and Sunday Evenings, the Diitin guished emotional actress, MISS ADA G1UY, Supported by Charles A. Watkins' Fifth A venae Compilation, will appear as RUTH TKGDGE'l'T (The Tiamp). SATURDAY MATINEE CAMILLE. Admis sion 25c to all parts of the house. Monday, May 17 "Fun on the Bristol." " PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE. Every EvenilKAVaffi AT 8 P. M. Enthusiastic Reception of SAINTS AND SINNERS Curtain raised on every act, Box Office own from 9 a m. to n. m. Monday, May 17, Barlow, Wilson, Pr mrose WMl'fl llnfitrl. ... HEUCK'S OPERA-HOUSE. No Hmolfiutj To -Night! Greatest Musical Noveltv in the World. KICK ROBERTS' ONLY GENUINE ' SPANISH STUDENTS, auiirii auxrir, ' and DOUBLE SPECIALTY TROUPE. 0... STAR ARIISTS .40 Admission Mntlnee, 15 and 25 cents. Evening. 15, 25, 60 cents. Ri served Matt at Perry & Mor ton's, 152 Vine street Monday, Mny 17th Rentn-Santley Novelty Company. . my ID-if Vli E-STUKE'LOPEIIA-HOUSE, The Great and Only Variety Show ia the City. THE BEST SHOW OK THR SEASON. a i a iv i rv WOOD. McPHERSON and O'NKTL, ' MAY CANOLA, rAKNKVMj?,N'.AM0 GEOKUE II. HERMAN, The Great Shadow Pantomime. Mnndnv Mutf 17 1lVtlval nt Tira i i Ti-arvta SAFETY PIN. BASE BALL. Famous Cleveland Team, Cincinnatis. BALL PARK. CINCINNATI TO-DAY. And Saturday, May 15. Gamecallel at 3:30: admission. SiV- e.hlllri under 15 years, 25c. AN EVENING OF SONG ' BY PHILrP PHILLIPS AND III 4 80!, At WESLEY CHURCH, on Fifth street. FRID1Y EVENING, nay tl, 8 p. IU. ONE NIGHT ONLY. The Original Fisk University JUBILEE SINGERS nut uive rne Last nf Their ORIGINAL, VK1QUE AND POPULAR OONGERTS AT THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIH Rf H. Fourth street, near Main, THIS (Frhiav) EVEN ING, May 14, for the benefit ot the Ynuiii Men's r...IDl!u.. lnnf,..., rn:.,.,,,. ..... - 25c extra. To be had at Church's Music Store, 66 EXCURSION. $4 - - ALL ROUND - - $4 SPECIAL NOTICE. MORE GOOD NEWS: FOR Miles' Excursionists to ST. LOUIS and Return, Saturday, May 15. Trains leave Oh'o Si Mississippi Depot SATUR DAY EVENING at ? and 7 o'clock, and returning leave St Louis at 7 and 11 SUNDAY EVENINU, aud at 7:50 MONDAY MORNING, and! Regular 6:50 MONDAY EVENING. JTiaius, Giving four trains out of St. Louis, and all for FOUR DOLLARS Tickets will be sold at Com pany's new office, 161 Walnut street, between Fourth and Fifth streets, and at Ohio St Mississip pi Depot from now until time for starting, and all for FOUR DOLLARS. - it It KOPEN ING HICKEY'S POOL ROOM Lexington and Louisville Rares. With additional attraction for sea on 18SO. Hooking and Place Coin binationa. - "' 7 ' , ' 178 VINE Sf70pp.'Arcade. FOR RENT. 17V)R BEST HOUSE A NEWLY-FURNISHED 4 house in Home City, thirty-five minutes' ride . from the ity, and dc-ir-b'.e rf Hence for heUh, :inu convenience, coiiitnjr of si rooms, coat house, wrt8h-hon.se and all niottem conveniences. AdJn tS. W. C, this olUue, or call on MR. ttttO. MlUIiTlKB, iirimeciiy. am FOR RENTi-ROOMSr.' I TOR RENT-ROOMS Two front n at No. . ' SO Ludlow street, between Third and Funrtt) streets. Price SO per month.! Inquire at 8 m , Liberty sweet., ,. . .,,!;-- V 4s