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C, April 10, 1892. f ' t f Special te Tiik Punt.ic Ledeeu. Showers te-day, followed by fair and colder weather. Fair and 'warmer te-morrow. CJT"The above fereenst nre iiihiIe for n period of tliliu-slx hour, emlliur at S o'clock te-morrow evenltur AMl'MNO T1IIH.KS. Thov Nit upon the sofa f nu Hefere tlie irlewinir tfrutu. And tticn lie ginned up t the clock, And cried, "Iff ijrowlnirltite!" "Oh, no," Uie llttle muld replied, Aud shook her tresses curly: " It Isn't grewlnir lute, my dear. Yeu mean It's if rowing curly." PEE80NAL MENTION. Edward Hei rocks and family nre here from Asblaud. Rev. Dr. Mebnne of Vanceburg called en Tin: Lkdeuh yesterday. Miss Allle Lekcy has returned te Ripley after spending the winter in Cincinnati. Rev. Father James Geroy of Mayslick is en u visit te Father Mr-Nerney at New pert. v President M. E Ingalls of the C. and 0. passed Maysville en his way East yesterday morning. II. 0. Bougliten, Superintendent of the Cincinnati Division of the C. and 0., was In the. city yesterday Sirs. Catherino Tabb and Miss Kathor Kather Kathor ine are en a visit te Captain Newton Cooper and ether relatives. . Mrs. J. C, Nowceinb and children are - here from Ripley, en a visit te her par ents, Mr, nnd Mrs. W. 13. Mathews. Milten Jehnsen, who was te hnve taken charge of the Maysville High Scheel last year, but didn't, was bore yesterday from Ann Arber, Mich. Mrs. Jacob Mliler, accompanied by her k granddaughter, Miss Nellie Mitchell, left - yesterday for Cincinnati te visit her daughters, Mrs. Frank Means and Mrs. "William Schlusser. . - Tiieiie has been ever $1,500 subscribed te build a M. E. Church at Minerva ' - Tub Superior Court has nfllrmed the Sk jjjudgmeut of the Robortsen Circuit IVUUIV 1U kllU UIIBU Ul UUUU1IIIU YO. xsuieim. imjs i . VMSm U. S. Weatiikii Bvhf.vC' ) f$' Mn. HaMrmiEYS, a son-in-law of Cap- - tain C. W. Boyd, Is said te have maue a ;und million in the Iren regions of MIn u noseto, ij , in uucusi eruvu vcuiuiuij, uuu, uu T F h. !. fAni nt a Mnnjm n i. eioven-iueusuu-pouuu iuuuuujuiu una fa uuuu ,iui;uu uiui uiu t,iuiu ui v. nun k .Mrs. G. W. Bennett. Jehn Hewaiid of Mt. Sterling fell Inte .the hands of a bunkeman at the C. andO. depet, Cincinnati. Ile parted with four -dollars and waited two hours for the gen "tlcmanly stranger. JenN Gqssett, a Dethol merchant, ,came dewu yesterday te purchase a Bteck Vef shoes from the Spot Cash Shoe Stere. -He Is ene of the ownersof the Magefiln eeal mlne, and reperts that Eastern parties are already trying te buy the mine, but it ta'set for eale. They have 075 acres. Tmk Beard of Administration at Cin- ajnaatl has eranted ncrmlssieu te the ' lMKk(en Engineering Cemnant te lav .alua-lneli pipe fifty feet below the surface wwt Sixth: street, te connect ene of 'wells of W CoiwelIdMBd Distilling y with Mill Creek'. A bend of mi ilven W tedfy the eity in aF JAMfeA, ' J I MMMHMyHBM ilMM'JtluMi''i ill T The Ledeeu has a "tip" as stinight as a string that Colonel Ben D. Pany will net be n candidnte for nomination for Circuit Clerk before the Democratic Primary tomorrow. Henuv DeLTjMEYKn, aged 74, suicided at Covington by the razor route. Jehn Slack Is the last Masen county man te make the pllgrimage te Dwight, Jehn D. Tayleii is new able te sit up, apd expects te be out in a few days If the weather permits. Jehn Walsh, attorney, has bucurcd ffr Jehn Day n pension of 3 a month fro ffi' June 21th. 1891. Ms. David Keekkh is very ill at her home in Covington Her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Dobyns. is with her. Amone the bills introduced In Cengres-s by Mr. Pnynter is one for the benefit of Othe Adams, formerly of this city. Tiik leceipts of the Ripley Postefllce for the tj'ear ending March 31st were $3,810 83. an increase of f 030 84 ever the year previous. Chahi.ks G II Minis, Principal of the Colored Scheel in this city, was en a ic cent visit te Professer Albeit Quarles at Cincinnati. Jenes & Gay of Winchester lmve sued eleven Insurance companies for $44,000, amount of policies en the Arm's ware house destroyed last fall. The Augusta Vindicator says the case of the Maysville and Big Sandy Railroad against the city of Augusta will be taken te the Court of Appeals. At Louisville te-day Judge Harr Is hear ing the argument of counsel for nugh Mulhelland, Paducah's late Postmaster, who bas applied for a new trial. Jehn Wesley C-DKiihosgeno te Sekl tan, O., te work for the Cincinnati Brick Company. He is said te be one of the best "burners" in the business. The weather last night was execrable, and for lack of ether business sonie of the young lady clerks In a calico foundry entertained themselves with a game of baseball. Adam McDanikls, who attempted te murder Miss Hayes at Hanging Reck, will be arraigned at that place next Mon day. His victim is still living, but it is feaied she will die. W. C. Demine and AV. J. Osberne of Mt. Olivet have been admitted te the Robortsen bar. The fanner Is a son of Hen. O. S. Demlng, andin exceptionally brilliant young man. Lewis Stevens was run evor and killed by a C, P. aud V. train at Portsmouth while walking along the track. He was a section foreman ou the read. lie leaves a wife and thrce children. James BAimeun sold yestcrday through his agent, Captain M. C. Uutchlns, te Mrs. M. E. Bradley, lets Nes. 43 and 44 in "Culbcitsen" for SCOO cash. Mrs. Bradley will build ft handsome residence en the lets. Bam Nelsen. Esq., the lopresentative of Mr. AlnswerthR. Spofford's latest con tribution te literature and also represent ing The Commercial Gazette and Cincin nati EnquIrcrCempanles.ls still in the city. We have no hesitancy In recein mending the gentleman aud his books te our read ers. ' Tna well-known coal and .tewfng Arm of Cole & Cellins has been dissolved at Covingtent the latter buying his partner out. The firm owned the Ceal Bluff and about Afty bargef, and was chiefly on en gaged in the Kanawha river coal trade, Captain Val. PCellins will contlnue the business. " ' Tub W. II. Chcppu farm, qne mile from Lexington en the Lecstewn plke, has been sold for f 00.000. This Is $370 per acre., and tle top price that farms have brought In this vicinity for the past few years. It Is learned that the mrib pur- uu a ims n au l w kj aE an iiaura i a n . Hi'syHlB)i!frlM0. cjrmti imBasa. . . - l..l A.. kT I, ?s. ,ii rfJflUK TTr 'A tfjjt The meeting of the Piesbytery of Ebe nezcr at Washington was n full, pleasant and prolltable one. Fer thc-Arst time In the history of the Presbytery, a Ruling Elder was chosen Moderator In the person of our worthy townsman J. James Woodi aud ull.testlfy that he presided with ability, dignity and ceurtecy. Rev.' B. W. Mebone of this city was chosen Ministerial Commissioner te the Gcnernl Assembly which meets at Het Springs, Ark., en the 10th of May. aud W. A. Tnlliafcue of Bracken county was chesen lay delegate. The subject of Foreign Missions was fully and nbly dNcused by Ilov. E. II. Rutherford. D. D.. and Rev. B. W. Me bauu. Yesterday there was n most interesting discussion en education, In which Revs. W. O. Cochrane of Millersburg. W. H. Neul of Covington and F, P. Ramsey of Augusta took part. " Twe new members were received Revs. W. H. Cochrane of Beene county und J. Z. Huney of Carter county. At 1 e'ebek yesterday the Presbytery adjourned te meet at Clintenville in October next. James M. Kinxya native of Fleming county, died recently at Hickman. Ky., nged 7fi. He moved from Fleming in 1S45. At Middlc-iboteugh the contract for building the S.mth Bosteu Iren Weiks was let for $125,000. This is the lurce gun plant thut is moving from Bosten. Theue was considerable excitement at Frent and Limestone jesterday after noon, and it all came about by Officer Blaud sheeting a deg that had left off its spring necktie. Nkah Wildie. the residence of Mrs. Jehn Coffey wns destroyed by Are. and her eight-year-old child wus burned te death. Mrs. Coffey was fatally burned in trying te rescue the child. Citizens living in the vicinity of the old Station house had a rest last night. The uine curs cendhed in the deg pound were skillfully executed yesterday after noon by Finnk Hassen. Dogs will here after be. killed us they are caught. i Jehn B. McCiieahy. whose death was announced in yesleiduy's Lkdeeh, was for many yours a blacksmith and hotel keeper at Poplar Plains, and very much respected. He was 70 years of age. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock te day with Masonic honors. The geed citizeus of the neighborhood of Gray's alley must have Imagined the Devll had broken up camp and run into town night before last. The cause for such lcflectiens had its origin In an im promptu scronade offered te soma hnpless benedict by the unwashed repiesentatives of Short street. Henhy E.'Piutciiaiid, a mate en the steamer Telegraph, who was tried at the January term of the Campbell Criminal .Court en the charge of killing a colored roustabout with an axe en the steamer when oppeslto California, Ky., ever two years age, and was found net guilty en the ground of Insanity, and several weeks age sent te the Insane Asylum at Anchor age, has been discharged from the in stitution as cured. In Newport threo young men BJjlng their name? as Edward 01dham,6r"W. Pollard and Charles Clark, wero picked up by the pelice at 2 o'clock in the morning, and were arraigned en the chnrge of lolteilng. They claimed te have ceme In from Maysville en d freight train en the C. and O., and wero ou their way te Cincinnati. They were given a suspended sentence of $1 and costs each en condition that they left the city. The race se much talked of aud se much advertlsed, between the herses of Jim Butler and Themas Gullfeyle at tracted alarge crowd te thpFalr Grounds yesterday notwithstanding the weather. The race failed te matodallze. It was, a question of either the value of the stake or of the herses being tee great for the mud. It was indefinitely postponed. Hence the bespattered feperta kicked themselves and returned home believing it takes speed net wind te make the "mare go." Seme poeplc in and around Maysville are Just new very dceply interested in Mrs, Stewo's story of the dovetcd "Unde Tem" and his lowly cabin. Less than fertv years aire this WondeaCul book was tabooed In TCentucky, and luftiuthercas would probably have been tarred and feathered had she dared set her feet in Masen county. Why thla change? De any of these latter-day admirers of ,"Unele Tem's Cabla" draw Inspiration from any hereditary eeBaea with the particular bwilHB of wWaJTlt trMta? " ,, , , JMrivJlMtt' mtmli iMftt TtitrMWlMnftllfMrlBlltlBMt Charlie It In tbe Shade .New. Our news net caught this rare Ashy fugitive a few days age: One bank in Catlcttsburg, Ky., did n business with ene bank alone in Cincin nati te the amount of $10,000,000 last year. Let's ee, Tills menus transactions averaging just ubeui 831.948 88 2-11 for each weiking dny In the year, net de ducting the legal holidays when banks are generally cloed. Cutlettsburg is a geed town, and has some troed banks that handle n heap of business; but when our truthful friend Charlle Dietrich reads this he will go off in the goe-iobciry bushes und die. Iter. J. F. Mertland's Ntw Clnrge, The scceders from Union Chapel M. E. Church held a meeting at Cincinnati Men day evening at which the Rev. J. F. Merclund, the new Paster, was present. In an Informal address he accepted the all I, and en Sunday, at the Plum Street Hall, Mr. Mei eland will preach. The cause of the withdrawing from old Union Chapel Is the occasion of wide spicad comment. Many of the members are sorry that, aftei se many years of la bor, they are new compelled te lcave their house of worship, that tliey hoped at some time te own. At the meeting many were addid te the membership, and it leeks as though only very few will re lnuln in the old church. Mr. Merclund urged these presentte talk little and work for the geed of the race, and in a few years the public will sec that this move incut is an honetublo nnd just one. THE NEW JUDICIAL DISTRICTS. The Text of the Hill Dividing the State into Thirty Districts. The bill new before tlfe Legislature di viding the state' into thirty Judicial Dis tricts is as follews: First Fulton. Hickman, Cailisle, Bal lard and Graves. Second McCracLcn ifnd Marshall. Third Gullewny. Christian. Trigg and Lv 0113. Fourth Livingston, Ciltlenden, Cald well and Ilepkin'- Fifth Hendersen, Union and Webster. Sixth Duvless, McClain and Ohie. Seventh binipseu, Legan, Tedd and Mtihlenburg. Eighth Allen, Warren, Butler and Ed Ed eonson. Ninth Bniren, Menree, Hart and Greene. Tenth Graysen, Breckinridge, Meade. Hancock nnd Hardin. Eleventh Tayler, Marien, Washing ton, Nelsen, Laiue and Bullitt. Twelfth Spencer, Shelby, Andersen, Henry, Oldham and Trimble. Thirteenth Mercer, Beylo, Lincoln and Garratd. Fourteenth Beeno, Gallatin, Carrell, Grant nnd Owen. Fifteenth Kenten. Sixteenth Casey, Adair, Cumberland, Clinten, Russell aud Metcalfe. Seventeenth Franklin, Scott nnd Bourbon. Eighteenth Fayette and Woodferd. Nineteenth Pulaski, Wayne, Whitley and Rockrastle. Twentieth Campbell... Twcnty-Arst Pendleton, Harrison, Robortsen aud Nicholas. Twenty-second Brnckcn.Masen, Flem ing, Lewis and Greenup. Twenty-third Bath, Montgomery, Menifee aud Rewan. Twenty-fourth Madisen, Clark, Pow ell and Jessamiue. Twcnty-Afth Breathitt, Wolfe, Lee, Estill and MageAln. Twenty-sixth Bell, Harlan, Letcher and Perry. Twcuty-soventh Leslle, Lnurel, Clajy Knox,-Jacksen and Owsley. Twenty-eighth Morgan, Career.' Elll ett, Boyd and Lawrence. . n V Twenty-ninth Jehnsen, Martln.Flej d,' Plke and Knett. Thirtieth Jolfersen. An election shall be held In each of the foregetug Districts te elect a Circuit Judge br Judges therein en the first Tuesday after the first Monday in Ne vember, 1803, under the general election law of the commeuwoalth. Judges se elected shall enter upon oQlce en the first Monday In Jauuary, 1803, and held until 1807. Thereafter elections for Circuit Judge shall be held every six years. The bill docs net carry with It an emer gency clause, and It Is net known whether the committee will uudortake te pass aa cmorgency clause soparately in the form of a resolution, or as an amendment. It is prebable that the emergency clause will be def cated, no matter hew presented. in . m m At Pilet Oak, Graves county, two youths, Menreo Coffman and JefTMcNatt, were engaged in the prnctlce of Uring a pistol at ft target. Whlle McNati was feeling with the pistol It was discharged in some way and the ball ontercd young Ceffraan's body. McNatt summoned assistance and the wounded boy was takes te' the home of au uncie neir uv, and a ptiysieiftH summoned, but the bay dM ixt day. According te advertisement the sale of the valuable Magnelia Mills proper! took place yesterday at 11 o'clock, and the plant and Its most valuable adjuncts were knocked down te Richard A. Carr, senior member of the late Arm of owners The articles bought by Mr. Carr and the prices paid were as follews: Magnelia Mills $15,720 00 Omnibus. 0 horses and 5 sets harness 1,500 00 1 bay hewe 71 00 1 brown horse 08 00 1 mule nnd harness. ... 78 00 1 mulenndhnrncss.... C7 00 15 wheat fans 75 00 1 dray 29 75 1 dray 18 50 1 coal cart 20 00 1 coal cart 10 00 1 set breast harness.!. 11 25 1 let of rope 3 25 1 let of rope 70 1 cart and harness. ... C 2 1 keg axle greaee 3 25 1 saddle and hi idle.... 8 25 Total $17,080 20 In addition, several ether articles were sold, te-wit: Brown three-year-old horse te Themas Luttrell for $08; driving cart, F. M. Telle, $28; old chair, F. M. Tellc. 40 cents; brown horse, Charles S. Cnlvert, keg of paint, J. H. Dodsen, ?1 30; harness and cellars, G. W. Sulser. $1 40 There will be no interruption in the business. Charles F. Tayler was the auctioneer. The Ohie Valley Railway Company cxpectste have Its trains running between Evnnsvllle, Ind , and Hopkinsville, Ky., by July 1st. Rnv. and Mhs. W. S. Phiest of Coving ton will leave seen for Bloeraington, III , te attend the wedding of Mrs. Pricst'c brother, Mr. Schneffer. Mr. Pi lest will be the efllcittting clergyman en the occa sion The late Tem O. Gaddis of Ripley had vn insurance of $1,800 en his life, which gec te his mother. Mh. Gaddis will make her future home in Covington with her daughter, Mrs. Galbreath. KENTUCKY'S FINANCIAL FIX. Most of That $C0,000 lias (lone Glimmer ing A Gloomy Outlook. A special te The Courier-Journal from Frankfort gives rather a gloomy outlook. It says the $G00,000 dhect tav money that found Its way into the State Treasury a few weeks age has melted like a snowball In n furnace. New only a few thousand dollars of It remain, and the chances arc that It will all have disappeared before the 1st of next month, nnd that by June 30th, the end of the fiscal year, there will be a dollcitef something mere than $100, 000. In accounting for the manner in which the $000,000 has evaporated it may be remembered that when it went into the Treasury there was a deficit of about $230,000 te be met, nnd the state expen ditures nre running much heavier than usual, because the Legislature is in ses sion, nnd becnusc the criminal courts are grinding nt an unprecedented .rate all ever the state. The Criminal Court expenditures make the heaviest item that the state has te meet, and these ure always much greater in the spring of the year, because there is an epidemic of crime about the time cold weather gives way te summer. Without entering into a discussion of the taiife (if this, an investigation of the records proves that it is n fact. The result is that during March the Auditor issued about 1,300 warrants, where usually ilie' 'number runs below 800, and Jifne 30tli will find a deficit of somethlngever $100,000 instead of a sur plus of about that amount, ns was antici pated'.!' Taking iute consideration , the $100,000 appropriation (for the World's Fair, the prison appropriation, which will be between $75,000 and $100,000, and the fact that the Legislature will probably be in session all of next year, there are slight prospects of the deficlt being wiped out during the fiscal year 1893. These facts joined together have put many members of the General Assembly te thinking, and an incrcase in the ratoef taxation is discussed. Twe years age it was cut down from 471 te 42 cents, and it is claimed that had this net been done there would have been a small sur plus in the Tieasury, New, It is said that in order te prevent a deficit next year, the rate will have te be advanced te the old flgure, and that this will just about meet the cmorgency. The new Rovenuo and Taxation bill is, hewever, an .uncertain quantity, and may nlter the calculations. The necessity for the perfection and passage of this bill at ence is mere apparent new than ever, for when the Beard of Equalization ad journs, which will be, it is thought, next week, steps will be taken te begln en next year's assessment, and unless there are prospects of the early perfection of the bill the Assessors throughout the state will proceed with thelr work, and this may result in no end of trouble, u the Legislature may change the late of taxation and'neeesftIta4e a double tax- I h 'I M The Capsheaf of Fiendishness Has f Been Reached at Last. rha PantariU Made Geed Thnlr Eacape anil Titer la no Clun te Thelr Iden tity Tn AnarcliliL Will Probably All Ituii Out of Spain. MADme, April in. The optimistic vlew taken of the anarchist situation here and the belief that the prompt ac tion of the authorities would prevent the committal of further outrages of that character has received a severe set back. It appears new that after the arrait of Delbechc, Ferrelru and Munez, the anurcliiHts temporarily relapsed Inte quietude, but they have agalu resumed their work In different parts of the country. An Illustration of this was given Thursday at Cadiz. Like all Spanish cities Cadiz has been closely ehserving Hely week. Thursday being Hely Thursday there was a public precession of worship persons, Mie priesta bearing religions emblems and relies. A con siderable crowd w atched the procession precession processien ists as they passed along the streets, a great majority of the bystanders bow ing reverently as the religious emblems were carried past them. Everybody In the precession was passing slowly along, without the least thought of danger, when suddenly two men in the crowd of onlookers threw two petards directly into the processdon. These in line were panic stricken and. fled in every direction. The bystand ers were also terribly frightened and sought safety in flight. In the confus ion and excitement the villlaus who threw the petards made their escape,' and there ia net the slightest clew te their identity. A number of proces preces proces seonists were mere or less injured by the explosion, but fortunately no one was killed. Many of the people returned te the church from which thu precession originally came and offered up thanks for their escape from death. The people are deeply indignant at this latest outrage. The police can net be blamed for any laxity, for no one drvnmed that spectal precautions would be necessary te prevent an attack upon a religious precession. These precessions are a feature in all Spanish cities, particularly during holy yoek, and seldom heretofore lias an; trouble occurred through them. Every effort will Ihj made te capture the mis creants, nnd if they are Caught they will undoubtedly spend the remainder of their lives in penal servitude. The Italian Ministry Out. Reme, April 15. Owing te differences that arose at the last three cabinet councils ever the financial measures te be submitted te parliament the whole ministry tendered their resignations te King Humbert Thursday, and they were accepted. The king ban charged the Marquis Dl Rudinl, the prime min ister, te reconstruct the cabinet. Ne eli autre in the ministerial pregramme is expected, except that the Marquis Di Rudini proposes te insist mere strongly upon the government's financial propo sals. New Fer a Marble Trust. MUitriiY, j. u., Apru ia. xneoenj- itt - blning of the southern marble interests''V ' J U Vier-nmlruT an assured fact. All the A, quarries between Marietta, Ga., and this place, though owned by half a dozen different corporations, nre really controlled by the Southern Marble Ce. Agents of the combine are pushing through te Xantahlna, this state, and into the marble sections of Tennessee. The country people, net knowing the value of their property, are parting with it readily, Criminal Currlcgsncsa. Cihcaoe, April 15. The coroner's jury, which has been investigating the death of the eight victims of the Pcarce street disaster, all of whom were crushed te death by the collapse of a seven-story brick building during a windstorm, re turned a verdict holding Leuis O'Neill, A. S. Yeung, E. J. Mills, W. 11. Oennlng and Julius Lense te the. grand jury. O'Neill Is the eity building commissioner and Lense aud Genniug are two of his. Inspectors. Child Stelen for a Itanaem. Asnisten, Ala. , April IB. The elght-ycar-eld son of Jes. Swayne, a wealthy resident, was stolen from his home by a tramp. The little fellow was carried" into the mountains east of the city, where he was found unconscious byr , some hunters later en. He had been badly beaten and was tied te a tree. Ne trace of tlie kidnaper has been, found. It is believed that the child was 1 stolen with a view te obtaining a ran-' sera. A 'Weman Cremated In Jail, Crtstaii FALX.8,Mlch.lApril 15. News reached here of a horrible affair at Iren River. An elderly Polish woman named Mrs. Martin Falkerskl, was arrested, and locked up lb the small f rameVjruct- nrn ntpd as a tall. Here tlin rwwir uiVim. an wns left alone for the night. Thurs- - day morning the jau was -found te be a heap of ashes, In which were found the) burned and blackened body of Mrs,! Falkerskl. i- i Ilottem Land Under Water. &IA1U.ESTOX, Ma, April 15. The back water from the Ohie and Mississippi' rivers has covered miles of bottom landj In Mississippi county te a depth of from.' ene te ten feet. Farmers from the. flooded districts state that a large1 amount of stock has perished in thewa-t tcV and much damage dene te growing? crops. Should it clear up and turn warm vvhile the wheat is underwater the crop will be a total less. Harvard Student Sulfides. T 1 . . ... ftEw ions, Apra ta. jsenwmm J, v Warman, son of Dr. J. II. AVarman, of . New Yerk, publisher of Outing, Mm himself in the abdomen Tu DeedNjn has been vmeonseieua everslne. been impqiwibl te aaeerUlal aHmd. His recovery U1 41 1JMTMT1 taAVattC v ST P u ft it 'V i fM 'A i ' '"T V wTWHPWmi '