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We oarrr a largo lint ot Woodeu aad MctalU' llurial Cmej. pVntpilrla( and Job Work a ip'claUjr, , 'I rt ouHrent' y'opics. Si'AffWi pea (ago stamps bear tho ofhobaby Kin?. Ci:icxo6 In tla Vrpontloundarlcon' talni ITS squaro miles. Tint city of Philadelphia Is to have a achool of palmontology. Tine now King of Portugal Is an Inordinate cigarette smokor. Tjik Kmpcror of Germany left Turkey iorGroece, UiooiImt day. A Ckwaman U nbout to enter the Jaw department of Michigan University. SKcnrrrAhV IlruiN)". has moved' Into the old Soward liouso In Washington. Fwrriton William's vhit cost tho Sultan ovor 31,000,000. Suvnw million persons nro employed In tho cultivation of tho vino In Franco. Idaho, 'Gum of tho mountains," (s ho accurate translation of tho Indian word. A hisAiMuit of tho Knigbts of Labor has licen formn.1 by tho of llelfast. Tite Dnlted Btalci It croditod with 1MIV paiwrs of all sorL. U3i of th.l'l.V. il t9tmem"0mmytUtkttmtWmmtrmHmJSKSmm . 11 r. QxpcnstsotA TihUioiMa tu no ml ro aimo&t rqunl to tlioso of fft.tilnYt. nnio wwdlnrf. Riioa3o In golnj? Into ecstasies ovor tho of havlnff natural nas In the near futuro. It U claimed that cranborrloa can bo Topt sound undor water In Jars tho winter through. As A rulo tho jnakos t, fortune out of his pen a great deal faster than tho author docs. PkWislvasiA'b autumn Arbor Day resulted In tho planting of 24.IGO trees throughout tho Stain. A nrrYYKAIrOI.D sranovlnn irrnv In Oermantown, Pa., on a trunk which measure j fett round. Tin? manufacture of suzar bv the dlf. fusion process In Louisiana has resulted In a preat liicreana of output. Tiik London authorities will not allow llarnum to parado his exhibition throuRh IhostrcoUof that city. Anour two tons of frops' les havo been shipped from the Uy district to Saw York durlnj tho past four months. mis most intorestinsr exhibition In Kuropo next year will bo tbn Ijan Exhibition of Tapestry at tho Austrian museum. Tiik largest family In Wettcl County. . Va., consists of eighteen persons-father, mother, eight sons and eight daughters. Amokh tho freshwomon entered this term at Kownham College, Cambrldgo, Is Miss Chamberlain, a nleco of Jowpb. Chamberlain. Plymouth Omrch, to go back Into Congrtgatlonal. Ism. from which It declared Its homo years ago. What with tho groat undefeated Kl Itio Uoy nnd tho now wonder, Sunol, California wetns to havo fairly earned tho tltlo of ruler of tho turf. Max PnAMnsco, with a population ot about 400,000, has only ISO churches, with a seating capacity of 40,000 and an averago attendance of 23,000. Prixcr llATzrKMT Is a blondo of medium height, of sfjtiaro and symmetrical figure. IIIn hair parts In tho center bnd rolls baok 1n tho German way. Tiir. finest collection of postago stamps In this country Is said to bo owned by Gcorgo Gould. Ills father's collection of stamps Is also a notable one. A Gkimia.v professor hat dlscoveroi that !r. flladstono Is a direct descend- ntotUdward III. Lord Tennyson it Ald ui bvlvng to tho same family. It has len resolved to erect a monument at his native plaro of Klslebon to tho memory of I'rledrlch Konlg, tho Inventor of tho quick printing-press, O.vr. ot tho chluf Industries of Sicily Is tho mining of sulphur. There are MT mines In tho country, and hrlmstono Is ono of the most important exports. Miss MAltr Ci.yhkii, recently wedded to ltayard, I& years old. Her distinguished husband was years of ago last month. Kokcjiakb, Keglttor of the Treasury, has decided to Introduce thn we of nlnotrlrlty In his olllce aa a motlvo power to run tho punching for cancelling tho redeemed treasury note The young Exapcror of Qcrmany. al though ho has dono coiutdorablo traveling. Is having an Immonso steam yacht built and contemplates a cruise around tho world bofore his crave for Is sittsScd. Or Cuba's 43,000 acres, 4,000 only aru cultivated. It has no gold or sliver currency of 1U own, depending upon in notes lssuod by tho Spanish Hank. It Is not prosperous and Its population Is diminishing. Two studies ot heads ono ot an American lady In pencil, tho other ot a xBl( in b? !n by tin, IajuIso of Lorno) to tho Itoyul Scottish water-color exhibition at Glasgow. Ik sawing a spruco log at tho mil), Victoria, II. C, tho saw struck an iron bullot ono and three quarter Inches In dlamotnr. It was shot from a culvcrln used by tho Spaniards 100 years ngo, and It was fully olghtcon inches from tho surface Tin: now Harvard brldgo, which spans tho Charlos rlvor, botwoon Iloston and Cambridge, Is nenrly completed nnd has cost thus far about 5500,000. It Is an Iron brldgo a,'J57 foot long, 70 foot wldo nnd 14 feet above high water, with a draw 133 foot long, operated by an motor. Tiikiik aro 1,400,000,000 pooplo on earth and all these, as some one computes, could bo gathered In a field ton miles suiuaro or in 100 iijuaro miles ot .crrltory. Sour: of tho eastern papers aro urging tho advisability of holding Sabbath ovonlng services at 0:30 In order thut business men tnny spond at least ono ovonlng a wook with their families. A ritocKss hr.s lecn Invented by means of which photographs can bo printed almost as fast as a newspaper, and without dopendopco on sun or light. Thoy aro said to bo of tho Urat qtmllty. Man'y ot tho of Dakota aro being provided with barrels of water, potatoes, beans, coffee and cooking utensils, and in caso thirty or forty scholars aro penned up by a blluard for two or thrco days this winter thvro will bo no danger ot starvation. GRNEitAt. Giiant was no admirer ot ttatuo ot publlo men as he had seen them In tho United States. Ho onco said that when ho thought of death, among tho dread pictures conjured up was thatot himself In bronte, mounted upon ono of those sorry steeds, of which thoro aro too many In tho Washington parks. " " ' ' n ' ' '" ' . . t .Mbm i "m ivst i Vi..nw:wniii' .nw TUB OLDEST NBWSPK ''TEDHO'EXPBTiTiBD; So Loavoa tho Throno of 3mzU X "d b1! Oouritry. Thtra It bo Douttt tr a Sacettsfat ):rail Rio. " . F fclUA", Not. 18. Via from Rio Janojro, datcd'NOTCiafi'' 18,'0:5Jp. m., aro to tho effoct thatle 1'roTlnco of Uahla is opposed to tho of tho Interior, and Sonhor MavuncV, banker, haro bocn arrostcdr Tho Bl poror Is looked on with ausplck'i Tho Provisional Government "lits abolished tho lonarchy. T1(0 Commission wldrcescd 0 mossijja to tho Kmporor tclllns; him to leavo'V country in llihjjrt. poror acknowledges this, and leaV Jr tho packet Alagoas, iaocoMpantml by iVj publlo will pIto tho Emnoror a ctita'i amount to llvo on in Europe. The uonary Vomrnission 11 as, boon aw qha: roberpf thVlfj 1 1 1 mi 1 11 f. IMMJinywIUllfl ' tt' enthusiasm prevails. LojfDOK, Kor. 1?. A dhpatch frpnj Mo Janeiro says: Dom Pedro has 4i parted from Braiil. Ho sallod direct of Lisbon. Jlcforo his departure, ho wi formally hotiflcd of bis deposition. At tho samo time h6 was Ihtorracdthat tha civil list would bo Continued.- Thto Irovlnco ot iJahln Opposoa tho RejulUc, but most of tho Other provinces have signified their adherence totbo new regime. Doctor liarboza, how Jlinlstorof Flnaiou, announcos that all contracts ontin lnlo by tho Impcfial Government will bo malritaintil. The city Is qulot. Thi oyertbruw of tho Mosarcy has temporarily paralyzed business. Lohdos, N'ov. 18. Tho British Minister to Brazil has confirmed tho reported revolution. His dispatch to the Korolgn Ofllco morolr stated that Dom rodro had lioon doposd and a Kopullle proclaimed. LUOY. . Mnt. rron. Still JtnVlrigr for'tlbcrtjl Throu;h Anartriy, tTTitcr. niuua m! JUitbtMuprcmm .... ClircAbb, is'ov. IB. Mra. Limy tulit tulUvu tho membors of the Arbcilcr Bund, who gathered at Turner Hall yosterday afternoon, with n rcrj lurid address. Sho abused tho pollco In terms that havo bocomo familiar from frtquont repetition, reforred to tho red Dag as tho only banner that would lead to freedom, and vontured Into tho roaln; of theology as eho bpokoof horde id a husband and child. "DoyousnpposotbnJ klssod each other In tho beautifully 4oi scribed horoaftorr sho said. "Bahl Don't bo deceived. So-called Christian Will tell you such things. What wo want aro homes In this world. Lot God, Christ and all religious functionaries take caro ot thomsolvos. This Is tho teaching ol Anarchy, and as stich It will llvo. Tho principles of Anarchy will provall, oven though Jit takes blood to mako them Children Burned to Death. "Anoint, Mo., Nov. 18. Last night Joaoph Hodges and his wko, Irving about two miles north of here, wont tc spend tho evching With a neighbor a .c c .uwo kin.y, tntsti two children, n boy and a girl, aged cigm nnu six respectively, nlono In the house. During tho evening they hap poncd to look out toward tholr homt and saw a Wazo. Thoy alarmed the neighbors ahd ran lo tho bouse, "bui reached thero only In time to boo the roof fall lh. Both children perished In thoflio. It Is supposed that tho little ones worn ntlcop whon tho tiro broke vut. Witter KUls 1 Cook. Kansas City, Nov. 18. Edward Gregc was shot and killed last ovonlng bt Henry Hoblruon. Robinson: was " colored waiter at tho Contropolls Hotel, and became engaged In a quarrel with David Davenport, a follow waiteir, nnd a chased him into tho kltchon with a re vedver. The fugitive, arriving in the kitchen, ran behind Edward Gregg, the second cook. Just then Robinson dlf charged his rovolver. Tho shot toolrc,f. feet in Gregg' breast, and produced n wound from which ho soon died. - Woman rroien to Death. Vii,kevamie, Pn.. Nov. 18. Or Thursday night Margaret, tho wlfoot Patrick Cannon, ot thio olty, while on a spree, proourod a bottlo ot whlskr and wandorcd Into tho mountains back of tho town. This morning her body was found in tho woods. Shu bad disrobed, thinking sho was at homo, and had frozen to death, INjrsons living a short I aittanco from whoro tho body was.found ! had hoard her moans, but wcro unable to locate them. Cotton and Corn tn Alabama, MoKiacsicnr, Ala., Nov. 10. Tbe Stato Department of Agriculture hj completed Its November rcjwrt. Tho porl shows thafbut vi per cont. of a ton crop has boon mado In tho Stnto,tho avorago being roduced by tho almost total failuro of tho crop Jn somo of tHo counties of North is Tho corn crop Is abovo a fullbnei, tho reports showing an avorago of 103. Tbe Pope's Messenger rrttld.es. ,i Pnii.APrt.nnA. . Nov. 18. T.wcnty thousand people woro present yosterday at tho laying of tho corner-stone .ot 'of tho now -Thomas Acquinas Roman Cathollo Church at Eighteenth ind Morris streets. Tho ceremonies wuro conducted by Archbishop Satolll, tho papaldolptrato to tho American Catholic XJongross. , to Mail-clad Detperado Dead. Birminoiiau, Ala., Nov. 18. Tho desperado killed in Marshall County U presumed lo bo Roubon Burrows. Tho shooting was dono by D. A. Soott. When tho outlaw foil, mortally wounded, ho said: "You think I am Itcub Burrows, ho but you nro mlstnkon. My namo is Smith." Tho doad dospcrado wore a shirt of mall. Intoxicated Man Drowned, Kxoxvn.uc, Tonn., Nov. 18. John Woods, a farmer whoso homo is several mllos from this place, fell In n crerk last night whllo Intoxicated and v. as drownod. Victory for Dretttd Beef Lbavenwohtk, Kns., November 18. Judgo Plorco, of this county, rendered n of decision declaring the city ordinance, which provided that all fresh meat sold In Loavonworth must bo inspected on tho hoof within tho city limits boforo tho animal is slaughtered, unconstitutional. Hunter Prowned. Imdianapolis. Ind., Nov. 18. Frank Hoffman, a well-known young man of this olty, went hunting yostenlay, and, a while crossing a small stream, (dlppid from a log and was drowned. IN WESTE.UNKENTUOKi'. !! m sp mil it in unii PBDItb PlioVTOllID FOR Tbf ;tcr(.lrt)ll,iM do thn llnnrittin, Tiling lr the Old Stun. NV.vrYoiiKNor. V)i -A, cofrenpondent Tl5j) Irl' II IrVdd Janeiro OftblAd lhat paper aft follows) Tho United States ot Brazil, constituting a fedprated lopubllc of tho different province of tho cmplro ovor which Dum-Pedro hndulod so long, Is on established government, Tho ne rorruhjlo Is' to-day acknowledged by every provlnco except Uahla, In tho North. Dom Pedro is on his way to with, ijo attempt, at. forclblo. resistance. A flag ot tho has Iwcn adopted and Brazil IS as peacf hi to-day n though no thought of revolution had Over aroused tho feelings of her peoplo. Tho overthrow of U10 empire has boon aefcdmplUhed without tho sacrlflcn of a slnglo life, and tho now provisional government Is procftcdlntr with Its work" at methodically and peacetullvnsithoiirh . . H4u pvuii. in uxjsujnco ior years InslPad, of hours, "Dom'JJVArp subAltted' l .tt)i vltms niea ri aoi,paa'ii"M iiTn Imiim flr bwrtTcivctT'ifio notice at hfs summer palace at oils, llo was offered $3,500,000 In cash and provision for llio rest of bis llfo In Iho form of an annual pension of which' is to bo provided for in "th'd civil list of tho How republic. Ho promptly accepted tho offer. Dom Pedro nd his family bo Into porpottial oxilo, tficlr absence from tho country being r)Trucd by tho loaders of tho ropubllo a bssontlal lo thb peafco and VtelfarB bf tho how government. Thu oW flag of tho United States of Brazil, Which takes tho placo of tho Imperial tmblcm, with its crown and roffeo leaf, is composed of green and gold stripes, with a bluo field, on which aro emblazoned hlhotccn.stars. Tdayit U hoisted everywhere. Tlio Province of Bahla has now also, signified Its adhcrenpo to tho Ilcpiiblic. Nows from tho other provinces shows that they aro fn favor of a republican fOrtn of government. STOLEN IN THE STREET. A Rti LotiU ll.lrcti l'orrlll7 Krlicd nnd Thput liitu llark, unit Drhen tttiij1, St. Louis, Nov. 10. llio sensational bductlorr bt a young heiress occurred Jesterday, thonttomptlMlngot tho most faring and flagrant character. AIlco ijackmoh, a miss, -was playing In front of tho resldonce of W. II. Brouthors, In whoo chargo sho temporarily was, whonslx men jumped from hack, seized her and forcibly carried her away in tho -very presence of Miss Brouthcrs and her nhvtb, Miss Myrtlo Hunt, a young lady of eighteen. Tho ruffians first seized Miss 11 nut and dragged her along tho pavement to their rlg.whon one of them loolted at her faco and said sho was not tho ono thoy wanted. Miss Jackman was then pounced upon and shoved head forward into tho carriage, her nbdUctors driving rapidly fnway. Tho girl screamed and fought, but to no purposo, and though n dozen peopio witnesictt tho struggle, jiono ventured to Interfere. Tho girl's father 'died yoar or so ngo, leaving -an CsUto of 530,000. Tho child was then placed in charge ot hor undo, Mr. John G. . Tcr, c the vlur Company, who was appointed her lan. liirco inouins later obo ran away on account of nllegcd treatmont. Sho showed a torrlhlo gash In hor head, and her body was badly bruised. Thb Ifumano Society placed her In tho caro of Mr. Brouthors. a member of tho socloty, who refused to deliver tho child to hor guard-Ian when ho demanded hor. It in supposed that tho abduction was mado at tho lnstanco (It her guardian, but this is strenuously denied by Mr. Taylor. In tho court proceedings which followed tho slxluctlon to-day Mr. Taylor stated to Judgo Woorner that ho knew nothing of tho whereabouts ot tho child. Up to lato hour sho had not been located. Nov. 1Q, Tho American Congress met ot 1 o'clock yestcrdny, Secretary Blalna proslded nnd thoro was a full "attendance, the Brazilian delegates being tho only notablo absentees, and that on account ot tbe condition ot nffalrs'ln that country. Thu entire session was do-voted to tho business organization, which was naturally a moro difficult matter to arrange than Is usually tho case, owing to tho fact that two languages v, ere Used. The Conforonco adjourned, to hurwl at 1 eclock next Wednesday, whon tho organization Is likely to bo perfected. . . Gray Eagle Killed. I'AiiKKiisni'liat Wi Va., Nov. 10. A fow days ago 11 largo gray eaglo was seen perched ln.a. troo,pvorlooktng tho barn-yard o? Jnmos Elb, at Romlno's Mills, Harrison County, Waltor. n son of Ir. Elb, succeeded In getting n shot at the bird with n squirrel gun. Tho shot klllod tho eagle, hlch was found to bo seven fcot six inches from tip to tip of its wings. This tho largest gray eaglo over klllod or soon In that part ot tho State. Van Baker Finally Settled. CMAm,KST0N, y, Y., Nov. 19, Tho Supremo Court has affirmed tho decision tho circuit courts of Hancock and Brooke Counties In tho caso of Van Bakor, convicted of tho murder ot his Wifu and Mrs. Dnirillln MuWba, at Hollldny'8 Covo, near Wheeling, May 0, 18S7, Baker was sentenced tho penitentiary for llfo. Minister Dies on a Train. A1.T00NA, Pa., Nov. 10. Itov. Prank Rodgors, of Orange, N. J died on tho Atlantic express, botween this placo and Dorry, Ho was accompanied by h(s family, returning from Colorado, whoro had gone for his health, ills remains woro forwarded to his lato homo. Governor Moore Iaaufuratod. Olyppia, Wash., Nov. Moore and tho now Stato officers woro Inaugurated yesterday with imposing enrotnonics. Business was suspended, tho town was gny with bunting, nnd thousands of vlsltori wero biought in from all parts ottho now Stato. An Italian Vendetta. Rome, Nov. 10. Tho bloodless bodies a man and his wlfo and their threo sons were found yesterday In a well noar Foggla. Nearly all tho mombers of a family residing In tho vicinity havo boon arrested on suspicion of being concerned In tho affair. A vcmlotU had existed botwoon tho two famlllos. The Wlteacret Appear at Last. Vienna, Nov. 10. It Is roported that several financial houses hero know that revolution was pondln?In Brazil. two days boforo the republic was proclaimed. i J l sir?" -FT I " ,n TnAtlmonv Oivnn bv tho 'Wit. Tll.n ' T'-F?. it .Ja.iiui?,Luu "r wiuuuwwu. 5, tntrreftlnc !'ctt llVnaght Out Dsllr f tlio I'rOKfcnlliHi. Chicago, Nov. It This morning Pauline Hoertol, washerwoman, teittlled tbat tbe pasted tho Carlton cotloeo between 8 and R o'clock on tho night of the murder. She tnr a whl'ohone drawing a bugryv,4n'Whlcruthro were two men, driven up to'lheTOUgTC .tnlnr pot out ot Hie buggy, and, taking n tacbel or Mxwtoith4tif!iam.wft)nt!ru3rU)tr Slept aid entered, tbtf c.tlag H drm f (ji white' liorta at onco turned atodnd una uro Vo back toward Chicago. "Tbe man who went Into the voltage 'tbe eontlnued, "went Into thn house unhetltatlrigi IT, and It teemed to me at tf the doerr Wis opert,' or as It somo ono opened It for him at be ratnq up the step. When I turned irom Ashland avenue and started 'cstt I taw a (nan Handing between thejmlson Houie and thrf coUosr. the front ot tho collage, and the llffht M bright (rvarUghU" l ,iih1 Fi veMiriboa. MVt at mmm ,mif MBMataV . tu tEUtiatM uitviti ihi'( ait oaravsw 130 wat round on him. and tickets to and frtlm Montreal lo UrerpooL Th Conditions on tbe back) of these were Indorsed with the name bf W. J Cooper. After Rllm hs admitted that bit name wat llurke, And that he was Sometimes called ''DeLnnci'." McKlnnon then Identiled a rrcelpi trom rf ttetmshlp agent In Montreal for of tlM Liverpool ticket made out w J. W Cooper. H wat found In llnrke't pOclteL n, attempt to Introduce the check siren llurke bjr ibe conductor of the train On width IlurkQ reaobed Wlnolpeg, ant which wae tound on him. wat temporarily. atllemU Incltrctltf. When questioned. llurke said ho came from. Hancock, Mlrb., where he worked for a man named John F. Ityan, whom he admitted he bad written to since coming to Winnipeg. Tbe witness then IdenllAcds bat found In Durko'a poasrttlon. The Inner baud at one point show i ed evidence of having been matched, at If u name or other mark of ldenlltloilin had been erased It was, McKlnnon said, In tbat State when found. Henry riavslle, talesman In, a shirt stereo testified that on the morolnir after tbe murder a rnnneamo Into tbe store and wanted to buy, tf shirt. The wltaett continued! Atlet measuring his neck I went to the roar to get htm a proper alted shirt, and be ald: "Do you think that win m wwe e nonim in tne tieeveti "i wm measure you." lletald: ".No, I wdu't do It. And I said; "You needn't be ashamed for wo have lots of customers Wboome In here whoso sliiiis are not clean, and if your shirt .Is dirty yon rw1 not ashamed at all. JUst flrop In) kuaik.U. "n.il ilu't your 4-a tuxlscstj t won't do It." Then ho look tbo ahlrt t put oh tho Counter and paid It.SS and went across the street, and after talking to another man thero brought him over. Tho llttla fellow en mo la a&d -11 icektss at tbe shirts lying In the window, and 1 wot standing by tbU time In front ottho door, nnd be asked mo what those colored shirts were. The ybunc fellow then took one ot tho colored shirts and tho bis fellow t(Kk a shirt also. Tho big fellow paid for both Shirts. Tie UtUO rellow bad a kind of woolen ahlrt on, and the big fellow had a wblte anlrt on. They both bad their coats buttoned up 10 tne top." wltnett'thcn pointed Out llurke at the larger of tho twos men. Mr. lothani Look atlbe vhstcjiaph, I now show you. Hare you ever seen the man whose photograph that la? Yet. that was tbo other man's partner. That was the small man. The photograph shown wat tbat of Cooaey, 'The Fox." Thomas Carroll, a railroad laborer, testified that be bad boarded with Kunio In May and June. Kunze was anxlout to read the papers. He said to witness tbat he was afraid be would be arrested In connection with the Ctonln case. rjhlel ol rollce Hubbard was nestled and testified at to a talk be bad 1 1 b Cun Couirhlln about May ZJ or Si. He said: "I called Officer Cougblln down to my office, and asked him where ne was on luj 4. no ..,u uo iAhiu .u. exactly remember. Iaskcdblm: 'Whnt about this roan vou tent orer to ninan'a to eet tho rig.' He said alt be kn6w kbout him was that ho tame from Hancock, Mich., and said his narde was Thomas Smith, and he had a card from hit brother, Thomas Coughlln, aad be tald that John F. Ityan, of Hancock, Mich., also told biro to call upon him. 6ml b, h sM, cm to the tttvn. May 4, and tald bo wanted to takes ride. It wat merely to oblige him that he (CoogMIn) spoko to III nan about keeping a horse for a friend ot bis. I asked him If be had not orders to bring In Smith, and he tald. "Yet." CHICAGO, Nv 11 M.th nrnlnj of the Cronln trial this moraine. Judge McConaell announced hltdeclston on the question ot going Into the past history ot the Clan na Gael. He decided against It. a recess wat then taken until afternoon. At the opening of tbe trial In the afternoon, Btato't Attorney Longcneclier said that In view ot tbe court's ruling, tbe Stale would only put one more witnett on the ttand a man named CUncv, frcm New Vurli, nbo, lie tald, u uul now In tho city It wat suggested. In view ot this announcement, that tne court adjourn until Hominy, in cricrtaslTt thS ficftme ttee to prepare ltt case; but It 2a;iy decided UsJJoUtn until Saturday momlhg, wnlch wat accordingly done. In the cuiim of his statement to tbo court the Stato't Attorney tald that all he expected to prove by Clancy wa it conversation wblch bo bad had with O'SuUIvan. Clancy It a New VnrV man I', McNamara, a man arretted on suspicion of being "J, II. Slmonds," was released this even-lug, 'nodiing being Tvuuil tu t.iiautlit.uU,w tlon. Tho monotony ot the Cronln trial for tbe Jury was pleasantly diverted this evening, the furor? being taken to the Grand Opera bouss to tee Eol Smith Itn.selL Tbe Inter Ocean aayt: "Mcether Important Cronln tutpecf hat ceme to light In the person of a former resident of Irishman ham-d McDonnH Ho It now said to bo In Ilu-rope, and the pollco are making ttrtnuoua efforts, to locate hlin. Hefore the murder McDonald was employed by the deptrtment In laskevtew. After the disappearance of Dr. Cronln McDonald suddenly appeared to be in affluent circumstances, aad talked to his neigh bors about a trip to Europe, and exhibited steamship tickets. May 19 tho family disappeared Tbe neighbor insert that prior to May i McDonald wat frdiueutly visited by suspicious characters." The Stato't Attorney refused to talk about the matver, Ciiicaoo, Nov. in, There was a great crowd at the opening ot tbe court for the resumption of the Cronln trial Uila morning after two days' recess. ' Tlio first witness called was Jtmet Clancy, correspondent of the New York Herald, who testified on behalf ot the prosecution, He stld that he was sent here by the Herald In May to Investigate tho Cronln case. He called at O'rlullivans hoUJoh the morning ol the day that Crontn't body wat discovered, but before tliedlsrovrry was made known. Ho then went on to repeat the conversation thai took place between blra and O'SuUIvan, regarding the disappearance of Cronln, during which the latter declared hit belief tbat Cronln was not murdered, and would turn up all right. Clancy called on O'SuUIvan again In the evening of Ibe aame day, after the body had been found. Ho Informed Q'Sulltran that Cronln'a body had been found, whereupon the latter turned pale, Witness then stated tbat tha body was lying at thu pollco station, and asked O Sullivan lo accompany blm and Identify It. O'SuUIvan shook, and sank Into a chair, and tald "Not I could not go. I could not Identify htm. It would be useless for me to go. If I met blm on the street I might know blm, but I could not Identify bit body." In tbe cross examination It wat brought out thnt tho In prison In England 'pr Unjeara, fur connection with the Fenian conspiracy, though he wat directly tried and for shooting at the two policemen wbo arrested him. At the conclusion of Mr, Clancy's examination the Slate retted, and the defense moved, on behalf of llurke, Coughlln, O'SuUIvan and Kunze, thst all evidence respecting what the prosecution tailed "Camp 20 conspiracy" be stricken from the record Tbe court overruled the motion. Mr, Forrest then moved thai a lot more testimony relating to Camp !C0 bee-eluded, but all bis motions were promptly overruled. Next tbe defense moved to exclude certain portions of Hpcllman's testimony, and the correspondence between blm and Ueggs, and then, taking up tha testimony ot Mrs. Oonillu, Mr. Uonklln and nearly all the witnesses, asked that certain portions of their testimony be ex-eluded. All the motions were overruled. The first' tnete for the dtfopte wat Frederick J tquibb, the who T)k, b ti ;!. A tmrrirxf X W:r:1 11 - - f tO lUtm tV rtlnfonj txforo the (Vrtner if1 a certain enlbJl etfeh Cfdri thet fjfonrr Jotf i,. -Jaw old mn t r son etifl '!"'"" Un, at oumpMtMt with yJj. the. rxwltlon of Colloitorot llilf m S'ov 1 -In the Croln trial fq day , ClIAIltJM Fl'.TcUf w,ts4 found djlngof ,t oonee iHtStr. JVU j rettsTolK iiiB wnom itunie ryaraea ifi ino Mr iMiitiedlhst Kwiserftiflntrf a ubio around hit hote.'tu;d thnt lhM 1 Ml M 111. ...... ri. ..,. rrfA .V. Ikul.JLI 1. ... T . WLWT'mm m .ui. .uui, ,ui have) fciaJHicresled For this tfciupa kin.e left J bill hd chunged hit Dim. r amy, a freight handlei, tettlfltd that etfli Ijtuf May a hlCOk supper with 0'ttlllon, nd , the aaluon of NlehnaUwrtoawore' CuiJiUp, Kntaand03tilliraaatc I'WetMtVi " ' corrovorated the testimony ot enj" was tor the pUrpte of show-as m O'SulHvan knd the two lfan'(J the saloon oq ibe niKttt.eOleva.s Sullivan. C'outrhlln tad ICuuie on UV4. , .- v tW re Michael YVbalcn, who was Vw). rtnir when flicv Were boih on tile .Ttctuned thai be arrived attlie 'j Avenue Police fitatlon at about ntsMthator. luahlla wat there, and Jb saw tiaot'lock. . ' ''- 4.1 -' limn kwijoui Ttkai. tka wttariat - --- -,.--- -. l - - -, a- -- i ..-.- ieTTfes esMrtins, nir' BfothW IdStTvl aKn, ma bit wire,- Keep noo.0 fo rOSslrhran. , v Mtk b jnreant John fVlft. of the Tstt go Aretue l'ollco Stattontestined that he met OJlccr WhalCu and Co;)illn outside tho door of tbe nation at twenty-Hie nilnutet to 11 on thenlcbtof May 4. The bronjht out that Stlft had iratelcd a beat With Whaln many years, and (baths' (Stilt) had aotJnektlanrd his meeting tilth Coughlln ahd Whaleij to anyone except Captain Schaack, to whom he reported It tomedsj. after Coughlln'i untsU An Irportant poiiit regardlndStlft't' cvldcsCd. was his lUlernoal ll.al ibe morslng niter seeing Cerughlli and Whilcn together was the morning on whlcb he had read arorder ftbm Uie c!le( pf police regarding Inquiry nt 1 1 Jury stables regarding the mysterious "whltclhorsB" In tbe. case. Thli Ills claimed by thoprosccutlon tonight, e kens the valne or tie alibi. Tho Cblel t order, II la asserted, Olsij.t Issued Sunday murnlng, and stlft. It is ark u id, must bate teen Coutbllrl, est the nlgbt ot May I, but on the algbl following. G IFTS FoVbABI&S. Appropriate 1'rrtrnta for Hit latest Ar rlvntt from Fnrui Ike. Whea tho wlso man wrote! that thero was nothing now under the sun ho forgot about babies. Bablys aro nlways now Trun, thoy Jiavo been In stock moro or less for tho last two thousand yuula,bul IbaliluL'S nOl liroitlll luoh baby that has como into tlio world'in this year of our Lord from being Just as now to its admiring parents and relatives as was tlio -little Cain to Mother Kvo and her consort Adam. Hence has arisen tho custom ot bringing gifts to the nltar gifts bf'gAld nnd frankincense and myrrh of purple and lino linen. Truo, tho frankincense nnd tlno linen tako on a somewhat modern form, but just what form" they should tako Is what puzzles many an unsophisticated worsljlpor, who would, no doubt, bo truly grateful for a timely hint as to Just tihat Is most suitable to select as a lovo offering to tlio 'latest arrival out from paradise. First and foremost thero Is the baskot, an olaborato affair of glided wlckorwork Upon a stand Just conveniently high for dally nso. This Is lined with silk or satin, purdwhlto or palest pink or blue pink fOf boys and bluo" for girls, tho jrmiipitofi but (hat's a matter of taste. Tha edgo Is trimmed with laco, nnd bowa ot ribbon aro tied wherever thero Is space, nnd the wholo sccnted with tho daintiest wheti, TI1I1 basket can bo stockod, If you wish to bo munificent. With alitor powder-box and tiny tpih "id velvet sponge, and tbo finest soaps and gold safoty pins. But every lnxly can not glo baskets, slnco oso Is an abundance, so, for tho aunt Who knits there aro tiny silk shirts and socks Just too dainty for any thing w.hen dono in palest tints or cream or pearl white. Then thoro aro sacks oiinjiirtvd lit silk or .ido si finest and sprigged with And thb matinees for baby hns his nitUiueeti, as woll sis mamma dainty, long, loose robes, to bo thrown on In the rooming, mado of India silk of or' flannel, and all with silk floss and tied with narrow ribbons. A pretty gift ts a pillow, Just big enough for baby's head, mado !of white silk and hand-painted With nemo dsllcato flower In ono cornet and, n suttablo inscription, uch a "Angels Guard His Slumoer." This pillow mnt, of course, bo edged Then thero is tho carrlago robp, In numberless denigiiN but Ui 13 npl tu ! li ,.v..-.-. . square of whlto flannel, edged with lace. i uu'iidsumo bu otilhbon In one corner, and a pray ot embroidered or painted flowers Is ns protty as any thing. Baby's Jewelry Is limited, but thero are always tho traditional drinking mug of silver, a ring or two for the linger, gold studs linked by tiny chains, a nerklaco of amber beads to ward off disease and evil lnjtufchccs. Thero aro boxes of finest powders, most delicately scented, imported especially for babv, and perfumed 'spraya with wbleh lo gives thn to the infant toilot and mr.knhirn, if possible, tmeotor than his ownswect self. Theso nro only a few of the'diilnlv and expenaltet tbingis which, ,cyery properly appreciated laby giithors unto Itself ero 1( has seen ts flrat moon upon earth, for It has grown to 'understood thing that no ono shall Pfm'! empty-banded to pay his to tho "roynl cucdC of a happy family circle N. V. World. PAPIER-MACHE CHURCHES. VTnndsrfut Tilings Tlult Misr be Ilr.ne IVitll Old 1IIIR4. There Is a church nctually exlstlry: nenr Itcrggn which can contain one thousiid persons. It is circular v, Ithln octagoDil without. Tho relfvos outside, and tlo statues within; the roof, tho ceilings tho Corinthian capitals, nro nil of rendered tyntcrproof by a saturation ot vltrol, llmo water, whoy and" white of egg. Wo havo not yet reached this audacity In our use ot pjipcr, but It should hardly surprlso us, inasmuch as wo employ tho samo n in private houses.ln steamboats, ind in somo publlo buildings, instouA of Clrvr,l decorations and plaBter cornices. Whtn Frederick the Uroat of Prussia sot up i limited Rerl'n lC5 ho llttlo tho gbi that paper cathedrals mlht. vslthlii a century, spring out of Ms "tuff-boxes by tho f advancing art. At present wo wh" banot cathedrals nnd build churches like ton hotter. But thero ts no saying what wo may como to. It Is not long since it would have seemed at Impossible tucoer olghteon acres of ground with glas' as to erect a pagoda of yet tho thing U done. Whon wc tii iik of a psalm sung by ono thousand voices pealing through an edltlco inad of old rags, and tho universal bound down to oarry 'our mtwiseige wltn l". spfd ,of light, It would be pre- uptupus to say hat can and what can no ,,J nchlc've'd by sclenco and art uml,,th. training of bloody old Time, fi. 1 Ledger. PINE -JOB PAINTING . -?5-i! . s ztiuaiaani lavafin' :iKmm Wt " :jx Tt N V yS'Z. ' (t ' ICXICOUTICO t i WITH DISPATCit - SALEBILLS, kNVELOPES, LETTER HEADS At r T U c K '.-""--?, .1 . J.. X-l iN'WrA'riotfspVf ' -i ETCl ETC ' CALL AJD SEE jiSotm widow is Jn p uungor near rihellryrllloA ' Tiik followlnir fourth-class post- mastors wfcro annolnted a few dayn airo: ., , V . - . . r. iycusimri;, tniietnien ixuniy, o. ' itaru; Electing I.TCCK, iianiinuntT, tjv u Adams; west Point, Hardin v-o UCKTI E. C. . "A rfSTTthoKroghbred'herso rntfSttkxXXV? from hotel nronrk uiiJitit KlifcilislM,'. V ' V7t r JosKi'it Duncan, a prominenj nni business man, or juuoru. TPn" ICIl suicide tW other day b 'tlmsclt Hu.wita I Jy f nan.- uc' I - A"Bi'Ror,Aifntered tho DrDavId KollcT,aLUxInRb osSstatJttook fifty dollars Jn money and o J; tiles. J'jtikSu. i3smi v A iW WMbrJli v: tykimtmijh ii I ,iaVawaHixxxaaKStft A" iiAirS'raPB'in to Smith, who are running a stock farm on the old Standlford place, on tho Preston street road, near Louisville, burned to tho ground, tho other night, and with It n number of valuable trotting Block. Tbo, barn contained t we brood mares and fltteon weaallngs. till of which, excepting five marts wcro'dw stroyed. Tho loss will reach 523,00d. t A niKioirr trnin on tho L. and Ni rond uns wrecked Iho other morning by going through a rotten trcstlo -near Trenton. A dpzen enrs wore completely wrecked and a number ot valuablo killed. No Uvea wcro lost. 'Tbo loss to tlio raltroad'coinpany is estimaU ed at not less than Sd.000. At Versailles 15. A. Wlkdii's largfc tobacco barn, containing this season's crop of tobacco, burred to tho ground the other day. Loss, $3,400; 'fully Insured. Cause, incendiary. Tilh pr'uKsUioni asking the voiqrs,ot the Buford, Hcda and Beaver Dam in Ohio County to subscribe an aggregate ot 518,700 fo tho capita sjxick of tho Hendertion Stato Line Railroad Company wcro acted on a few day's 'ago? and were rejected by largo majorities lxz all tho precincts. Tho town of Beaver Dam voted 51,000 as a subvention to tho enterprise. a. Tin: estate of the lato Colonel A. M. Sit ope, ot Lexington, amounts to about S75,000.. ' f t Titilliody of W. II. ghoppard, drowned at Llttlo Hickman, was found in tho river atlllgh Bridge TnoiiAS ll.uir.n, a well-known' f.irmor living near Nicholasvlllo, foil from a wagon and fractured his leg. Tin: Kentucky Classical and Business Femalo College at North" MiddlbtoVn, Bourbon County, burned to the ground at nn early hour tho other morning. Low, 815,000; InsurancQ 87,500. This was ono ot tlio oldest schools In the Stato. Tho buardurs mid barely escaped with their lles. Inkoiuiaiiox bus been received trom Clarksvlllo to tho offect that thrco colored children ot a woman living on tho farm ot Clarence Dunn, in Montgomery County, wero entirely consumed by a flro that burned down tho cabin In which their mother had shut them up. Tho placo caught flro and tho romalns ot tho three children wcro discovered amid the ruins next morning. TiiKm: Is great excitement In County oter the of the terrible spotted fever scourgo that raged In that county with such fatal effects last wlntor. A number of now cases have been roported from .different villages surrounding Dixon, tho county-seat, all being thn samo disease in its most malignant form. Kvery thing possible Is being done to prevent its spread and to keep 11(0 terrified peoplo from deserting their homes as they did In largo numbers last year. Titr. following patents wer6 Issued to Kentucklans, the otherday: Charles V. Bauer, assignor of one-half to J. L. Dun-lap, Louisville, IiarnrttK loop; Oliver F". Browp, assignor of onohalf to A. Farra, Lexington, liniment; Thomas F. (lay-no r, assignor to Uaynor Electric Company, Louisville, electro, mechanical tripping machine; Charles OGregong, Poak's JIllls, plow; John 31. Hardin, Gest, vehicle brake; Andreas Olson, Assignor of -one half to J. C. Peterson, Ephnls, lifting trusa girder; William 8. Vonable, Cbrlstlansburg, washing machine ' A Tintit.i.iNG Bceno was enacted at the section house of tho L. Jb N. road near Walton, tho other morning. As a train was approaching there, Mrs. Kcarns, wlfo ot Foreman Pat Kearns, discovered her youngest child, an Infant, sitting in tho middle of tho track. Tbo train wits under full headway apd only a tfow yards distant. With tho promptness that only mothors 'can understand, tho hereto woman flew to the rescu, and., although sho succeeded in getting thn child out of tho way she has probably sacrificed her life. Sho was struck ly the ongino after having thrown tho babe out of harm'H way. Her foot was horribly lacerated nnd her porson badly bruised In several places. But slight hopes aro entertained ot her recovery.- Duiiino service nt the Colored Moth-, edht church, llopklnsville, tho other ovenlng, Hannah tllbson suddenly foil dead. Kho wu.t shouting at tho time, when she fell on her fuco and Instantly oxplrcd. A kukwht train on the Louisville and Nashville railroad was wrecked newr Houklnsvillo. Tho loss to the company will bo over 51,000. Statu Auditor Fayotto Howott has resigned, and Governor Major L. C Norman, now Commissioner of Insurance, to succeed him. Henry T. Duncan, at prosent deputy, will become Commissioner of Insurance. Howott h,is been auditor slnco IbbO. Ho Is thn author of tho law under which Kentucky State taxes nro now levied. .l)ANOKi:Fi.l.i) Lkmis, colored, died a few days ago at tho Homo of tho Aged and Poor Colored Peoplo. Louisville, at tho rlpo old ago of 1 10 years. Ln Cf.AXTox'was arrested at Lexington charged with passing counterfeit money on tho bartender of tho Uuropcau Hotel. ' A mtti.k invy by tho namo of Louden, tun of James Loudon, ot Boono County ,va shot and accidentally killed a few day slnco by a companion named Stewart. Thoy with out hunting, whon Stewart's gun accidentally discharged, nnd tho contents went Into tho thigh ot Louden, Inflicting wounds frow which ho died. An Inmnto of lunntto asylum noai Hopklnsvllle, named Walker, tried to cut his throat with a razor which ho had concealed In bin bosom. Maiiv I'. Pmikim hashcen appointed postmaster n, ftrAwQil,., Washington County. 5 . & "- T i..' W 81 if- i .t jr il M .V VX U -Ji . j .1 V 1 M o L,' A m .-i ii T 9 . . .