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WHEELING, W. VA., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER is, 1888.
■ . ; irr. NO. 156 HEWS AND COMMENT. XIIK W KATHUS. ',i- We»: Virginia anil Western IVmiiylvania: : ' tu in«: follow«,! in the iu yr„r tty f*jri-o!<I*r northwwterly win-ls. THE Bl'U AXHKHINU K.\1'KDITION CONTINUUX Tbe ''rtdistnctirjj" crdinMce, which fhioW be called "An oiiliaarca to rob the Democratic mfjoritr of tbe city ol Wheel !0K of nrtv meml'sre cf Council, " pa^eed one branch ot Coaucil 'aal night aUd now j'.'uihui: to the otbe*. Tli? Democrat j tui'e a fornuj protest ajttain&t the outrage. V.» (t-ioaa tight was made agcinet the 1 " on. V) »rrivu» M* majority, be«Mwe it woaid ha»e been en tlW!v c+tlees. Hot the lucisore was at l«i-ke>l. t3 8»^. ther® w«r* men wb<> defended it on the floor. The ordioaate prapueen to give tbe Democrat ic ward«, with I'"»,***' population, twelve Coat" ilmeu, and the Ue pnblicau warde, with bnt 15,109 population, thirt.ea Cctiacilmeu. Tnia in a «etieral «nmuiary of the rotte unewj of tbe tni k Tb« c'o*r you look at it the worse it is». It proposes to give this fast growing city ot Wbt« :io»£«mly M7 «aia in |x>palatioQ in ei;rht •«'in». !• -.ml«- ort'of the Democratic wards acd add» to tee Kepnhlican ward«. Cut there is little ose in fcoin* iota tbe .l-tails cf th* ttmg here. It is too wel! uuJer-tood to need *ach elucidation. Saf ù'.. 1« t.» -iky that it is the work of politic ians who hive ran thi« city deeply in debt solely for the benetit ot their party. A* ;t the iufeat of the Kcpoblicau ma ir w«re r.<>: made plain enough in the main ordioacce they emphasized the pro position iu the accompanying ordinance l< ivohid^ to change the place ol \o»i3g in the Sixth ward. The K-pnblicsii majority of Council refit* i to charge the time of opening and . tbe pdis which i« 9a. tn. and ", p. m. Tt.c-e h ui's nhnt ont many workwomen w:ii»ko to work l. /.»ie 9 o'clock acd «juit alter "« «'el«» k, and there are tew working iuen who «<» Dot 1. r1, — ' hromrht oat idainly l>y the Ue uöcrah« who w ished to change the Iiuie 1 of voting ho that tin workingmen, of this i.ty of workiOK'uea, miy vote within j thtir hours-lot the an« «gant Republican ( ru'pmty •>lu.-« I to change the fconrj or consider the amendment. j Tb« : plan from b»i;innicg to et«l ia to ( disfranchise Democrat* They reioss to ui%>- the wiikinguien of Wheeling, or a ptiitim of then) at leas', tfce chime to vote, nil they depri.e the Denio-jratn of three member* of Council. Why, in Heaven's nan»*, when onr pop nlation has încrea-ei gie»tly, as we all ( know it h*s, ahoal«! oar repreeenthtioa in Ouït' 1 I*? cut down? Why not in««» it' 'H» wi+i>h i* Unit the pit>i>rr inert*im nu/'/ i/ii • th> !>• nimrutu ii miijinity. The fraud it« transparent throughout, ami *r believe the voters of Wheeling se« thronuh it and will iraatratsit at the next e!e«'tii>a. Il l- a peculiar condition of alVaire that quires the lei lern of the Republican par ty id Wert Virginia t>ah\»l out of the S Ute in order to take couucil together. l5eu. (it FK, K>>3. St KI'H k\ 1>. Ki.kins, Col M\nr, II >u. V B. Sovrr.tiud half a dozen other kg gun- have l>.»en holding almost duly cinference*, in New York City, f«r a week, il' published re pirt* are to he believed. What ( navi th?se gratlemeu to talk over, th »t the State oî West Virginia can oot furniih 1 th« ta a place of meeting '? H.»ve th*y ar.v secret* iliat can not he shated by lionert We»«; Virginian»« ? U in ri^ht that they e*ek another soil f»r their «^liberation*, if they pl.m a l irther ***aii!t upon the parity and hon esty of onr election*. West Virginia's i mountains have eara for auch plota a* thtss. Tb« plotters may well beware. - — 11 v. it Miiiie to tbife? The 1>oM conapir at««r*. t'«»l. Hau .»id Senator &trn are cli>tii»il ov.-r New Ycrk by ileUrtivn! i What a !*ight it must be to afe the "heavy m '.ait- <n thetrage«ly, arme»! withbjw:e knives acil dark lanterna, dtKjgiug up a , blitd alley to map«? the alenth hounds of in*.ice. Ye gid*!' Hat we faint at the cont* inflation. '■Ks »i« I h for a Cabiutt pwition sounds ^ery um« h m ire prcbihlethan (leu. üoKK, '«o\ert»or. At l*:i-t, the number of time* the dorg ity General fc;n mu< "eeded in get ting his nam» printed in «"»nuection with ihvers pl-ictM int'.en 11 akkison's gift, în «liia* « that he loea not e\p»ct t«> be bnr teil to any great extent by gubernatorial honors. IHK* »sio wtuU- Ca^ do Ii tore. WiW Ju ! än usim.w Fokvkkk has turned bi« tonin«» ix*»e and they have been annihi lated. V»ip«M) out, rtabbenj'Wted, a* it re With this labor C'MupIfted, the warlik# lloverortr ein r»tarn to bis nsnal duties of pate«' tud(tihiiia|(>liiHN shkkman ood#r the fifth rib. A « oMMinKK of i>us!tm* uien from Hinuini(liHiu. AU., t.ts i»t an ad »Ire» 8 to tien. H\kki»-s, a*kin>t bim tj appoint nun« *>uttl>« txtt«r i U^s of Uepublu'ans to ot'n*in theSmtb l ue President e'ect wiU t.u«- to «it up ci^h'.s bamiiti tor ma terial, tt tL .-< mle in followed out. Haut tor Kvtortlaniil» l'lurget. I l'm\wnr, Iowa. December lt.— l Tweoty-fonr -;mu have bten ent ?rtd in the ( »™orth*r*au«nst thi Chw-.mo, Ki>°k Island und P», -fio r.ulrnad h? AUnruey-i <eneral Kafcer il the nitneot the B'.nt'of low». 'U» char*» > f\tortiooate treitfot rate«, I Hüll tW> alW^itt « ,v,ks $">,(**> damnu« ou •ach ut ihe twenty-foor >>uit3. A R»M »t »t j 1 irrM.i h(,( l'.v , l>,«ember 17.—John Mcl hi'ilmtny, Frank shay sred John Fan iimie, wntenoit in the K'verside )>e«it«MiAry for burglary, tuade an unsuc v>* i ^ to r«np* tc day. Tney W0! 1 awr * ty tint ot the prison and w»r.* in Hi»*,» «< h-*1ip« theouttr wall ' ? '®P*'',,dder whfit di*u>vrred and matured b» th»-natd. » Hlg Hanl. KMPHy», î"ess , Decembw 17 — Offl tW®1^ V-W Company My i, 0ai trjun rohherv ^alordjv »•». • win not ex lnua wh»l» followed had »i.w.utWt® ibe eipr*s«cAr. Jh- Vn,,MkCo1dcrfou*b « 1» Hnll 8 C.»aRh Symp. p,;» 25 CÄ 1t lhl h,s n° «'»aal U literally am.hüu« ^ ^ g \rnied Bands Fight a Bat tle to the Death N A MISSISSIPPI VILLAGE. Nie Terrible Resnlts of a San guinary Contest. ÏHITES, GREATLY OUTNUMBERED. ''ight Bravely for Their Lives and Homes. IWFUL SLAUGHTER OH BOTH SIDES. teport Makes Twelve White and Ona Hun dred and Fifty Colored Men Killed—Con flicting Rumors - The Origin of the Battle Involved in Donbt —Troups at the Scene. New Oklians, December 17.—A special o the State* from Wabalak, Miai, says: There was a terrible riot at this place aat night, and to-day twelve white men tnd 150 negroes lie dead as a result. For t iorix time there has Keen mncli ill feei ng totween the whites and Macks here, which ha» been aggravated by the imperti lence of the latter, and yesterday the two lementa became involved ina<jaariel, wbicli en led in great loss of life. The actP, as far a» they can be ascertained, A negro and :t white man quarrelled, ind the negro was killed. This was an •xcu*e for au a siolt, anil the negroes im mediately swept dawn npon the whites, who were greatly outnumbered. Know og tbat it would be a light to the death, ibr Whites prepared to receive their black ^sailant*, and when the battle was ended t was found that twelve white men and >ver 130 blacks had been kille 1. AN'OTIIKK AlitirST. Another a-connt says: Some two mouths igo a white t armer, living a few miles rom the almost desolat« village, lost his :in honse, together with eight or ten bales >1' cotton by a fire which was evidently he work of an incendiary. Suspicion was it once directed to one or t^o negroes living in the vicinity, with whom the armer bad had some trouble. The cfii •ers in the meantime had b;en searching or evideuce against the negro««. At a ate hour last night hiitlieient evidence had "teen secnred. One ot the negroes was ap i»oicheil by an utfirer, who demanded that he surrender. The negro became furious and terribly vsaulUd the officer, after which he made bis escape. This attack on an officer of the law aroused the indignation rf the few white citizecs in the neighborhood, who • rganiz^ thorn-elves to captnre, not to nob the fugitive. The woods in the vicin ity were «-oared but without remît. Not i trace of him could be fonnd, and it was lecided l>y the posse to act in a body and inrronnd his premises. They had pro •eeded only a few mile« in the direction of he negro's house, when from an ambush ,'ime a dead'y volley. Fifty well i-tned negroes composed the mob \fter every white man hid fallen to :he ground the negroes dispers-*!, the îorror stricken people have telegraphed for i<d. Seventy-tive well armed men left Meridan, Mism, at 10 o'clo.k this morning 'or the scece of the tragedy. West Point will furnish more help as soon as the tseces lary advices can I« had. A later di-pat> h says: The negrces are >aid to 1>9 well armed and assembles en nasse, and seem determined to tight it ont, rarious rumors exist. It is said tbat six white men were killed, and as many more wounded, and that the trouble originated n two negro men whipping a white boy. It is feared theie will be more bloody work to-night, as the negroes are conean ;rating. Nearly every town iu East Mis lippi is rending aid to the whites. TIIK FORCES ARMED. \uolher Terrible Slaughter Ki|>erte<l at Any Moment. Nkw Oki.kans,December 17.—A special iispatch from Columbus, Miss., to the Picayune gay a: Several gentlemen reached this city this morning from Artesia, bring ing news of the wholesale slaughter of a constable's posee n«a- Wahalak, a small station on the Mobile and Ohio railroad, near Ma';oo, Miss. One Friday last a ctyro and a white boy got iuto a tight. The white boy'» father attempted to seperate tùeui. when he was set upsn by the negro boy »ad hw father, and terribly beaten. Yes terday the white man swur« cut a warrant for the negro's arrest, and constable Seth Cobb went to the negro'« .home to execute it, when he was attack« i by a number of negroes and bester. He then summoned a posse of twelve mea and wont yesterday evening to arrest the negro. The paste were fired upon from ambnsh and live men killed antrijjht and six wouuded more or le« ïerioasly. The news spread rapidly and the negroes were stroagly reinforced. Wahalak telegraphed along the line tor help, and Meridian responded with abont <evcnty-five well armed men. They were loined at e\ery station, and retching Wahalak marched immediately to the *eene ot' bloodshed. The negroes weie barricaded and refused to aarieader or uive up the dead whites. At noon the fi rces were sappxed to be about equal, and what the result is no one here knows. There is considerable excitement here and the news of the developments is waited with the utmost anxitt/. Following is a list of the killed and wounded Killed Henry Maueay. Seth Ciibb, Tom Nicholson, Bill Vanghan. NVouuded Frank Maiiery, Tom Giles, Hob Harper, H. L. Harpsr, John Dew, Jeff Thomas This atteraooa news was received that the belligerent negro« s have retreated to the swamps, and are ttabborn, while the non cjmbataut negroes aie fleeing "to the woods in tenor. Capt McDowell, of th* Co'umbos Kitiemen, t.'lepraphed the sheriff of Kemper connty th*t his men were ready it he shoald ask the Governor for military aMi-tanee. The telegram was not deliv ered, as the sheriff was not in town. A s-p^ial from Man, Miss., says: It Hrep-rted this evening that seven of the negroes were shct this morning. Two armed »quads have lelt here tc-d-»y lor the scene of the trouble and more bloodshed may be expec ted. WELL MATCHED. Kldrileberger Jumps Onto legal!* and Combi HI in pown Wa9h;ngton, D. C, December 17.— At 12:40 President pro tem. localis laid before tie Senate the revelation of Mr. Riddleberger proposing a reorgaoiz it ion of tbeSeaate after January 1, and the author spoke in support of it. He said its object was ta put some othar than the Senator from Kansas in the chair, a«eitiog that he had been tbe chief figure in the most disorderly ecenea ha could recol lect occurring on the Senate floor. He said a charge was necessary in order that the faith of the Republican party, pledged to a consideration of the British extradition treaty in open session might be kept. At the conclusion of his remarks, Mr. Riddle! erger arked leave to withdraw the resolution, bnt objection was made by Mr. Harris, who moved to .'ay it on tha table and called tor the ayes and nays, after paying a high tribute to Mr. Ingalls' impartiality and ability. Final'y the Senator from Virginia was permitted to withdraw his resolution, and the incident closed. The Senate then resnmfd consideration ot the tariff bill, at paragraph 147, referr ing to taggers iron. This paragraph and tbe two preceeding ones on the same sub ject, were pissed over informally withoat action. Tne next paragraph. 148, was as to "spikes, nuts, washers, and horse, mule, or ox shoes, et wrought iron or steel,'' impwing a duty of lri-10p* cent ptr pound. Mr. Vest moved to amend by reducing the rata to l£ cent per ponnd. After dis cussion the amendment was rejected, yeas 19, nays 21. The next paragraph, 149, was as to "wheels, or parts thereof made of iron or steal, and sWel tired wheels for railway purposes," wholly or partly man. factored, imposing a rate cf 2! cents per pounds, and of lj| cent* per ponud on irgots for the same without regard to the degree of man ufacture Mr. McPherson moved to amend by making the rate 2 cents and 2< cents per pounds respectively. Mr. Mcl'hersou called attention to the fact that Republican tanators had aban doned tbe idea of defending the bill on the ground of protection to American labor, and had taken the ground of protecting the factor? interests. The debate continued at great length, and in the conr-teof it Mr. Vest rtf'erred to Democratic Senator« as being represented a* 1he enemies of the country. Mr. Frye—That is fo. Mr. Vest—It is impossible for the Sen ator trom Maine to think worse of me en this subject than I do of him. 7 think' tbat if he had a contract to carry this country to utter roiu, he is car rying it oat to the be«tof li s ability, I hontstly believe he is robbing the people of the country, on whose welfare depends the welfare of the entire ltepublic. I pro pose to light every item in the bill, if it takes till the 4th of March, but I will make plain to the American people that this wbo'.e Senate bill is in the interest ot piling up the fo rtunes of the manufacturers at the expense of the consamer. Finally the discussion closed and tbe vote was Uken on Mr. McPherson's amendment, whii h was rtjectei. WORK IN THE HOUSE. The Hece** to Begin Next Friday—An American Historical A»»o<latlnn. Washington, I). C., Dtceuiber 17.— On «notion of Mr. Pbelaa, of Tennessee, a bill was pwed for the icotporation of the American Historical Association. An drew 1). White, of New York, C«»o Han croft of tbe District Columbia, and Justice Windsor cl Massachusetts, are among tbe incorporators named. Mr McMillin, of Tennessee, from the Committee on Ways and Means, repottid back that the con current resolution introduced by Mr. Hooker, of Mississippi, providing for i holiday recess Friday Dtceinbsr *J1 outil Monday, Jannary 7. Tue committee proposed an amendment striking out Mon day, Jacttïiy 7, and insertiug Ftiday, Jan uary -1 The committee amendment was rejected, yeas, Dr*; nays, lb*, and the origtoul resolution was agree<i to. M A Hi INK'S S( HEME. He Has a 1'lau to Fo«o an a Big Southern Hos«. Washinhto, December 17. -General Mahone, who is now at ChamberlinV, pro pases to bave a general conference of lead ing Southern Republicans held here, in order to smooth the way for the appoint ment of eoiae representative Southern man as a cabinet officer. Tbe présomption that General Harrison would select some mem ber of his cabinet from tbe South, has lead to tome jealousies and rivals ie* in that sec tion that are becoming as embarrassing to the President elect as tbe Miller-Piatt fight in New York State. The fact is tbat Mahone wanl.s to get some tort of a recognition as the boss in Southern political affairs, and his present suggestion is regarded with tbe suspicion that, this is one of his schemes looking to that end. TARIFF KKFOKM. President Cleveland May Ii» ( nable to At tend the Bo »to ii Banquet. Washington, December 17. — The President, it was stated to-day, had ds cided ùct to attend the torifV reform ban quet to be given shortly in Boston. Secretary Fairchild has signified his in tei.tion to be present. Fr.dirntt bad not folly decided whether he would eo or not. Ha will not l>e able to say anything positive about it nntil next week. Approved hj the Prtmhltut. Washington, December 17.—The Pres ident baa approved the act making a de ficiency appropriation for contingent ex penses of tfce House cf Representatives. WanhlDgtou Not««. Mr. Lawler, of Illinois, baa introduced a bill in the lionne, grantiig a pension of $l'j a month to honorably discharged soldiers and sailors who have reached the age cf fifty years. A bill to establish a mint of coinage at Denver wa3 favorably reported to the Senate. The Secretary of the Interior has render ed a decision againtt the State of Michigan in its sait to recover 1,300 acres of swamp hmd from the National Government. The New York Central Railroad has won its suit for $107,76*< fgaiust the National Government. The Ford invojtigatiDK committee will leave Wednesday to begin investigation of the immigration abusee. Representative Brucken ridge introduced a resolution iu the Monas defining polyga my, and nukirg it unlawful m the ( nit.d States. Mrs. Cleveland ha* left Washington for a short visit to Philadelphia. The President has nominated Assistant Dis'rict Attorney S-on Bailey to saeoeed U. S. District Attorney Sellers at Indian apolis. It i* cot believed the nomination will be confirmed by the Senate. Mr. Cox, cf New York, made a warm attack on the proposed exclusion of foreign actors in the House yesterday. He said it w$b carrying the contract labor law too far. The Territory admission bll was made a special order by the House for to-day. Spinola, of New York, filibustered rgaics1; the Nicarsgnau Canal bill yester day by introducing a copy of the Senate ariffbi:! and insisting on its being read. KILRAIN'S BLÜSTEH. XO ONE VKLIEVES THAT HE WILL FIOHT 8ÜLLITAN. The Identity of Bis Backer a Matter of Mjsttry— Their Unsportsmanlike Terms —Other Sporting News — Good Little Fights—Base B&1L NSW York, December 17.—The World taja: Sporting men are tiiecnssing the identity of the men who appeared at the Clipjter office Saturday, And on be half of Jake Kilrain refused to put the stakes for a fight with J. L. Sullivan, unless a receipt lor the money wax given and Kilrain's own terms accepted. Tbeie is some talk that he is a detective. It is generally agreed that Kil raindid not want to make the match. Jake Kllraln'a Talk. Chicago, December 17.—Chas. Mitchell and Jake Kilrain arrived in the city yes terday. In respect to the misfire about covering Sullivan's money in New York, Kilrain hijh that ho is not responsible fer the failure, acd will direct that the money in his behalf be put up in the usual fashion withont asking for a receipt. He ex presses peMfect willingness to meet Sulli van, and although there may he some de lay about siguing articles, a fight inside of fcix months is almost a certainty. Jack McAullfte'it Kitny Victory. Nkw York, December 17.—The six round glove contest batween Jack McAu lifle, the champion lightweight of Ameri ca, and old Sam Colyer (45 years old), the former featherweight champioD, who fonght many notable battle away back in the sixties, occurred last night at the Pal ace rink, Williamblmrgh. Colyer was knocked out in the second round. Came To In Twenty Minute». Newabk. N. J., December 17.—A savage seven-round prize fight took place *o-night near Kliztbetb, between Jas. Donnelly, the Kansas City "Cowboy" and McLafitin, ex-cbanipion middleweight of Canada London Prize Ring rules for $ ">00. .McLplilin bad the advantage from the start and punished Donnelly terribly. Tu the seventh round McLsHlin landed a left-hander on Donnelly's juuular, knock ing him senseless. It took 'JO uiinntes to restore hira to consciousness. — ««.Won In four Ko unrig. Nkw York, December 17.—The fight between Mike Cnsbiug, the undefeated 100 pound cbampiou, and Pet« Welah, Of Pittsburgh, for $200 a Bide, took place to night at h well-known road house, near Rutherford, N. J., in the pretence of abcut 100 spectator.*. Jack Adler was referee, Tan Gallagher and Mike Brennan seconded Cnshing, while Sirgeant Flaher ty and John Flood seconded Welsh Gush ing won the battle easily in four ronuds. Want h to ICow O'Connor. PiTTs'UUKO. Pa., December 17.—Albert Hamm left last night for St. Louis to consult with Mr. J. A. St. John, and try and arrange a race betweet Jacob (Janriaur and William O'Connor. From a letter re ceived from the former it is probable he wifl ask fifteen seconds start trom the Toronto man, whom he evidently re garda too fafct for Uandaur on even terms It the race is arrange:! it will probably he rowed in San Francisco in March, and Hamm will train Uandaur. Blakelock to Fight Carroll, IloSTON, Mass., December 17.—Sam Blakelock. tlo Koglish light weight pugil ist, who has come to this country twice to meet some of America's l'ght weight*, has been selected by the California Athletic Club to light Jimmy Carroll, of Boston, at tbeir rooms in San Francirco next month. It was first intended to have Mike Daly, the Bangor light weight, meet Carroll, bnt Daly didn't like the size ot tlid purse, end Blakelork stepped forwaid. Both he and Carroll we'e to have left for Sau Francis ) to-night. O'Connor Challenge* Searle. Toronto, Ont., December 17.—William O'C'onuor has challenged lleary Searle, of Australia, to row a three-mile racs for the championship of the world and CI,000 n side, the race to take place on central waters. Kelly a* a Tougli, Nkw York, December 17.—Mike Kelly, the $10,000 ball tower, has been en gaged by Hoyt and Thomas to appear in "Tin Loldier" at the Fourteenth Stieet Theatre during Christmas and New Years weeks. The compensation agreed on is $1,000; the largest ran oflered to any one man not an actor. He will take the part of the "Tough." Carkeek and Connor« Matched. Milwai kkk, December 17.—After the CoDnore and McMilan match Saturday night, Jack Carkeek made a match for $2.~>0 a side with Connors. The conditions are to be tbebeut three in five, two points down, at catch as catch can wrestling; date aboat January 20. LATE NEWS CONDENSED. The eviction of set11er« on the Dea Moin es river land«, Iowa, has been, resumed. Philadelphia sport lovers aie agitating indoor base ball, to bd played by electric light. The scheme will be tried noon, Co". Hives, the lather of Amalie Hives Chandler, and chief engineer of the Pana ma canal has sailed for l'aris, to aid De I^ssepps in bis present crisis. John Stich, a dry goads dealer of Hag ings. Neb., has failed, liabilities 000. Twenty men engaged in a row at Fin dlay, Ohio, Saturday night Two men were fatall? injured. Jim Newton a notorious horse thief, overpowered and beat to death a farmer named Howell, li\ins in Indian Territory. Newton then toak three of his horses and escaped. Frank T. S weenie, Chief Fire Marshall ofthetownof I,*ke, near Chicago, ha committed suicide. He was a veteran of Andernonvi'le. The pecp'e of tbe Chickassw Nation are teking rapid steps toward colonizing the colored population among them on tbe Okalohama lands. Matt Pomeroy and Jes.se Dartt, both boys, working on tbe Katie 8tockdale, quarrelled on the boat neir 8tent>*n ville, and Pomeroy seriously stabbed Dartt. Mrs. Annie De Groat, of Asbnry, Miss., has given birth t j f »nr girl babies at one birth. Gen. Hsrriron received yesterday a very handsome engraved portrait of bimsalf as a prwtent from Gen. James Wilson, of New York. Two yonng men named Smith were drowned at Belle Vernon. Pa., while at tempting to cross tbe Monong&hela river. Chairman liritton, of tbe Inauguration Committee, gofs with Quay to Indianapo lis to consult with Gen. Harmon. Indianapolis Republicans deny tbe story that money sent to them from Pittsburg was embezzled. Make no mistake. Boy Salvation Oil, the genuine family remedy. It kills pain. 23c No one thinks of traveling without car rying along Dr. Ball's GonghSyrup. 25cts. THE DISS DEBARS. The General and Aon O'Della Soon Ont of Durance Tile. Nkw York, D«xmber 17.—It is six months ago, less a few day?, since Ann O'Delia Salomon, better known as Mme. Dias Debar, and the man known an "Gen eral" Diss Debar, were sentenced to thp penitentiary on Blackwell's Island for »ix months each, on the charge of attempting to defrand Luther R. Marsh by means of ao-callcd pictures from "fpirit land." The term cf imprisonment imposed npob the madame will expire next Tuesday. while her husband will ba released on Wednes day. "Geteral" Difs Debar looks worse than he did when he appeared in Conrt to re ceive his sentence. His health has been poor. He has had a compartively sift bil let since his commitment. Instead of be ing put to breaking stone or ijuirrying, he wag made a clerk in the tin shop. He wears the stripes, bnt his ill health, com bined with bia ep?cial litnees fcr clerical work, git him the job. His duties are simple, being practically tbofe of a clerk who receipts for goods sent ont from the Island and received tbeieon. He hes had bnt little to bay to his fellow con victs or to the keepers, and has int been allowed to see the madame. He sterns all broken up, and the near approach of his release from prison does not appear to brighten his spirits. He has had quite a nnmber of visitors since his confinement, bnt they did not cnmpaie in numbers with thoHS who wished to fee Mme. Diss Debar. anarchist" schools. The Keil niirlple« Will Not Allow Their Doctrine to frrlih. Chu ago, December 17.—Der Freisin nige Sehn vereiD, which may ba translated as the Free Thinking School Society, was organized yesterday afternooa at a wetting of Anarchists and Socialists, with the ulti mate design of forming a system of day schools as well, its object for the present is the establishment of secular Sunday schools in Cbicago. Discarding the bible as untit to be pnt in tlis hands of children, it pro poxes to teach as substitute* histoiy, science' and socialism. The movement is pirt of the most im portant work in progress among the Social ists of the country, similar organ /ttions are perfecting in New York, Milwau kee and at other points, and are ostensibly ilie outcome of resolntijns parsed at the last anninl meeting of the Northwestern Tnrnerbund. THE NEW SOUTH Asks That Harrison Appoint Dirent Men tu GIHc». Birmingham, Ala , December 17.— A committee composed of Rix prominent manufacturers will leare here to-day for Indianapolis, to present an iJdre.ss to President-elect Harrison. The addreas will Bet forth tbat politic il parties in the South can now divide on practical issues; that the eigne™ of the address are pleased with the trinmph of protection, and they ask (Jeu. Harmon to ricrgnizQ the best element of the Republican paity in mak ing appointments in the Hcnth. It has been signed by hlontKfty prominent man ufacturers and business men, most of them Democrat*». The committee will reach In dianapolis Monday night and will call cn Geo. Llarriton Tuesday. DIAMOND SMU(<OI<INO. A Southerner Caught With *2."«,000 Wurth In m Valine. Nbw York, December 17.—A passenger who landed here this morning, from the steamer Eruria, ttied to smnggle in $-5, 000 worth « f diamonds. Tney were dis covered by the custom officials ond te'zad. They «ere carried in a little nil skin cover ed valise. The man is said to be a South ern merchant, bnt tbeolVuials will not give his name. Hurt In the Wellington Wwk, Younostown, O., December 17.—Mrs. Hannah McKinnie, of New Brighton, l'a., has commenced snit here against the Bal timore aid Ohio Kail road for $30,000 dam ages for injuiiei received in the «cent wreck at Wasiiingtan, l'a. Sho allege* that she has been permanently crippled. Cars and money here in the banda ol the Pittsborg and Western Railroad, belong ing to the defendant, have been attached. Miller« Meet In Indianapolis. MlLWAt'KRK, December 17.—An im portant coofertnceof miller« is being held in this city thi4 afternoon. Abaut one hundred makers of dour from all parts of the oonntry are in attendance. Toe meet ing was called to order at the Plankintoo House at 2:30 p. m , and the present con dition and fntnre prospect* of the tlonr trade are nnder discussion. French Canadian* Opposed to Annexation. Montreal, December 17.—Sir Charles Tappet's recent tpsech in London against imperial federation is warmly commended by the French Canadian press here. Le OtnaJien says it tru «ta Charles Tapper will continue to throw cold wateron the scheme which Frecch Canadians are bonnd to com bat with all their might. The Daly Hadder Case. Nkw York. December 17.—Taecaseof Edward Meredith, Addie Stanton and Ella Hammond, three cl tbe badgers who at tempted torch gambler Phil. Daly, wiwlie fore Jadg-t Martine th's ruornicg. Cjuii Stlforthe prisoners moved that tbe in dictment hd quae h ed on the ground that it woo lonnd on illegal evidence. J udge Martine reserved bis décision. A I lttel>urg Towboat Im»U PlTT^BURO, Djcember 17.—It is report ed that the towhoat Coal Valley, belong ing to Joseph A. Stort Co., of this city, strack a log near Headman's ripple, oo the Ohio liver, seme time yisterday, knocking a hole in her side a can-iog her to «ink. No one waa injured. The lose will probably reach $;ÎU,OcU. Wants to Repeal the Internal Revenue. Washington, December 17.— Represen tative Cowles t j-day introduced a lewlo tion instructing the Committee on Way* and Means to ripirt at an early day a separate bill containing it provision tor the repeal of the tobacco tax, tbe retail license tax on dealeis in ►pirituous liijnora, and tbe internal revenue provision ot the Mills bill. It was referred. Ina Den of Pox»«. Parkkksbi'RG, Daeoater 17.—Frank Hslville, of Clay county, repomthat he saw a fox disappear in a crevice in < he rock-» a!o?g E'k river. He took a stout club, crept in the opening 40 feet.whea he t ame l'are ta face with a den of foxes. Th*y made a break for liberty. He killed four and folly 10got away. Trunk Line Kates Advanced New Yore, Desemher 17.—Both e^t and westbmnd track line rate«, through and local, weie advanced to-day, accord ing to tbe rotice given on the 7th. Last of the Old Defenders. Baltimore, Md , December 17.—Mrs. Ja* C. Morford, aged U3, tbe last member of tbe A*cciation of Old Defender* of ' Baltimore, died here to-day. HAS IT COME TO THIS? ffEST VIRGINIA REPUBLICANS STEAL OCT OP THE STATE, o Order to Find i PIk* to Take Oouael To g«th«r —Whit New Villainy ii on Foot ? —The Plus Lud by Stove likrni lud General Goff. Cincinnati, 0., Dw«xnb«r 17.—Tte Etn/uirer publishes the following (liapatch From New York: There will be an effort >n the put of Republicans to secure the Legislature and m elect a 1'nited Stat« Senator. General Nathan Goff was met yesterday by Chairman Scott, of tbe Re publican .State Committee, who ia al«o a member of tbe Republican National Com mittee, fnJ Charles Hart, editor of the Wheeling Intelligencer. They bad a long conference, to which S. B. Klkins became * party. Elkius has taken np bis legal reeideDce in West Virginia and wants to be Senator. Goff intends to be the first Republican I'oited States Senator from West Virginia if the Legislature in Repub lic in. It is claimed by the Democrat« to be Democratic by one or three majority on joint ballot. Klkins will press Goff fir a Cabinet place if tbe Republicans get the Législa ture, and will thus expect to become Sen ator himself It was whispered around last night that the Republican manipulators think they have discoveie ' places where tbey can secure an extra member or two, which will give them the Legislature. Rat it will cost money, which means that it is crooked. The conference here was to äisenss the financial side of the affair. Gofl'snd Klkius are slid to have agree! to furnish the nece«ary fonda to capture any thing yet in eight. It is a tool-hardy un dertaking, in view of the fact that a 1'ink erton detective followed Mcwrs. Hart and Scott here and will trace them on their a ay back. BOOM FOR «OFF. * V-- V..<rl*nilKl- 1V1 to IVânU Him In thê Cabinet. NtW Yokk, I)^ceml>er 17.—The JInahl publisher the following: The foremost Republican in New Kagland, who is desir riua cf having a Sinthern man in President Harmon's Cabinet, has written a letter to s member of Cmgres«, who is a personal friend of General Harrison, in which b« says: "I can fees to yon that I know next to Do'.hing abont Gecc al Harrison's Cabi net, and I feel quite h tire that Genera) Harrison, at this honr, does not know biraFelf. fco doubt be has had many men in his mind, has weighed the reasons in favor of this perron or thi\ baa poeeibly determined npon two members of his Cab inet, bnt b'jond thia I am sore be has not gone. ' I do want to aee ( Jener») Nathan (»oft In the Cibinet, and m do tenu of tbqn muds here in New England. H«ria one of Ibe most promising men iu the Kepnblican party. I expect great things from Gofl He was at tho bead of the Navy Depart ment, and prove«! hinmOf eminently a man at affairs. He ia young, in the prime of life, was a gallant soldier, went into the Held a boy and came oat of the war a brigadier general ; bis talents are of ibe highest order and hia habita are moet ex emplary. Unlike Mahone, be bas not used questionable methods to break the back ottbe Democracy in the Solid South. "What be has accomplished wan the work cf a giant, bnt he neither sold him self to corrn^t inllaencis nor debaucbod federal offices by crowding into them a horde of hungry camp followers. Mr lioff, I understand, dix s not care to go into Ibe Cabitet, bot I hope he will not hesi tate for one instant. There are ten thou wnd reasons which call for bis acceptance. I hope to see him Attorney General in ['resident Harrison's Cabinet." ALUER AND BLAIN'K rtiejr are In Council —What !>■>«■ It IM#nn? 8AI km, Mash., December 17 — A spe cial dispatch to the HjsIoj JlrraM «ays: [ieneral Alger, of Michigan, paved tbrongh here on the noon train Sitnrday in his way to Angueta, Maine, lo irest Mr. Blaine. At Ipswitch he not ont and »ent a dispatch to Mr. Itlaine, asking him to meet him at the station at H o'clock tbat [»venicg. It is understood that General Alger comes direct from General Harrison with an importent message for Maine. LATER. Senator Alger was seen afur leaviog Mr. Illaine, aod he denied tbat bis visit had any political significance whatever. 1'ollUcal Ü nip. Indianapolis Republican politicians arc shaken np by the report tbat 110,(KM) raised in lltUburg for campaign pnrpoaes was stolm by twosgenteof theS'ate Com mittee. The Republican Senators are growing anxions for a reorganization of that ls>dy. It is probable that there will Is- a general shaking np on committees wben Vire l'remdent Morton takes his seat. The irapr»-«ion is growing among Gen. Harrison's fiiscdi that no New York man will be appointed to a place in the Cab inet. Senator Ko wen, of Colorado, i« not going to have a walkover for re-election. Hoo. Edward Wolcott will most likely he bis Hocceraor. Geo. lUrrison bat engsgtd room« at the Ebbitt Home, Washington. He will make that hotel bi.i headquarters durit g the inauguration. Mr. Clinton A. Saowden, editor of the Chicago Tim**, has retirtd, The paper, which bas «I way* been I>;nioeratic, will be Kepublican btreafter. AN KLKI'lIANT EXECUTION. Kohlnaon'« Chief Choked to Heath for Incorrigibility. Philadelphia, I>eceml»«r 17.—Tb« Hinter ij oar Lere of Forapengh'« cixcna were the scene yesterday afternoon of an ex ecu • cntion not ordered by the oonrta. Chief, the big elephant, was condemned to die. He hid tecome entirely unmanagealle. Vetterday afternoon the noo*e was placed around bin neck. It waa male m tbe middle of a pier« of rope halt an inch thick and ten yardj long. It was a ticklish thing to get the noaee on tb« elephant's neck, bot it was finally pnllei ovar his trnnk and dosed bebind bis ears. Tben Basil and Hismaxck. two powerlnl elephants were attached to tbe ende of the rope At Voang Adam Fore paagh's com mar d tbe elephant execution era proc*edtd and tbe liae was drawn tight aropnd Chiefs throat. Another signal was given and tbe elephants ap p'i"d all their power. Chief tottered and fell, and was dead in twenty minutes. Cbief wa* an Aaiatic elephant, tea feet and a half high and «»ighieg 10,000 panada. Swiss Stom%ch Bitter« fi>r Hick Head ache. Swi® Htomacb Bitters for Bilioo#B«*s. 5 äwins Stomach Bitter* for I)?epep*i*. Black ( in for Female Complaint«. B'jck Gin lor Bright'« Disease of tbe Kidneys. Black Gin for Backitbî Wild Cberry Tonic for Oonghs and Colds. Wild Cherry Tonic for Sora Throat MR. W. H. WALLACE relia What Alla the Cat Nail M«rk*t—A Comprehetialva StaUmnt. la response to • «joery from the St Loci« Age of Sled M to "What U the mat ter with th« cat util market?" I'reeident W. H. Wallace, cf the JeflVnoa Iron 1 Works, Steubenville, Ohio, anrwerei at ioxe length, and m hie opinion will bo in teresting nt thia time, it ia printed in fnlL Mr. Wallace said. 'The troubla that affecta the cat nail market is fomewbat complicated, and can 1 be divided into several pirte. Probably the most demoralixing influence iathe enb stitution of tbe wire nail in a large inn ber of caeee and for a large peicentage of the purpo«ej tj which the cat nail waa formal!/applied. In 1*8? the production of wire nail*, according to the report of the American Iron and 8te*l Association, waa 1,2.V),( 00 keg*. If no wire nails had bien made, to tbe exWnt of thia product there would have been a greater demand for cat nails. The amount named would bave re quired the avenge piodact of three or four of the largest cot nail mill*. "Since the 1st of January, 1888, the re ports received from th; trade iadicate that the displacement during this year his been very rapid, many dealer« saying that their Falee include ">0 per cent cf the «ire nails; in some cat«* 7.r> per cent., and in a few even the intention of discontinuing the handling of cat nails altogether. Tbe in crease in the itamb»r of factonci and the enlargement of tbe s:z4 of tbe old one«, to gether with tbe reports trom the trade cf the increased demand for wire nails, would indicate that we may expect tbe statiatics tor 1888 to show a product of poeaibly 2, 500,000 ktgn of wire naih, or a substitu tion of them for the work of from aix to tuht cut nail factories of tbe largest rix«. "Ordinarily the growth of the coantry would have provided in some degree for the capacity for overproduction of the cat nail wcrki, hut this abnormal (fiom tbe cut nail ittndpoint) intrusion of a new article made by a different proofs* of manufac turing, keep* the nail niaikst overproduced ami makes it n qiustion whether in time tbe cnt nail will l»e entirely superseded by the wir« nail. "Another ranne of trouble hr* been the establishment cf small fictoties, rontainioic i few m «chilien, »itnat«d in various part« of the country and bIho the location of a lew machine* here and there in works de vot* il to the production of other lint m of manufacture. Then* were all operated on the htm« of 8pnial labor contract« at ratm of wagen much below thoie paid by the regular mann facto rem, »3d were usually reniricted to (be production of «mall or floe nail«, which formerly wete placid on the price list« at a large advance over the piicen of the common or heavier ai/jn. "There «malI establishment*. «ei e-ally kronru as 'tack factori**,' « tu« into the market as biddtts lor the bent pajing pirk of the bnuintHS and bad a «rest intlaence in deaioialiaing prices. The manufactur er«' sHsocistion, to meet thin compétition, b:ii twice within türee years reduced the relative pr'c« of tte «mall or line Bails, aod thin inllu« nca I« not hi great a« hefrre, but h ill ontributea a «bare to the difficul ties of tin situation, particularly u some of the larger manufacturer« (a minority of them, however,) havft »Im sptcial labor 30 a tract«, aimilar to Um lack fsctorus, and the ontrom« of their eoepetitl**, 'The ijnention of permanent improws ment in the future ia involved tn the problem of the wire nail Msanbstitnt« for 1 the cat nail If the cntnail by the lower cast and selling price can bold iU place »Kaimt the wire nail, there in a fair pre«- 1 pect thtt in time the drmaml will increase 1 sufficiently with t he growth of the conntry Lo abnord the product of the present cspic ity and the normal growth of the business For the abnormal growth there is no room, 1 and any idJitional 1 sUblisbmenN, in any except the mont favorable localities and with ample capitil, can only prova disas trons to tbo>e wbo bnild them." WHITE CAPS DOSE FOE. Poralter Hays Th«tr Dajs of Glory ara Kodatf. Chicago, December 17.—A dispatch from Colnmhus, Ohio, says Governor For aker s»id hut night that a dilutive had hem amorg the White Capa since the first report of their outages in this Htat«, and that the name« of all members and the secrets of the order bad b<*n sscuied, with mich other evidence an wonld bring any offender to justice, tie said that uooe of the members bad been snmmootd to this offioe, but that several of them bad come voluntarily, haing frghtened by the posai bility of prosecution, sud the result of their visit wan that tbe organisation had been permanently abandoned, and tbe member« hud consinted to «jtiit their line of conduct. The Governor aaid that tbe Whit« Caps were a regular, organized secret body, bot that they bad no connec tion with tbe organisation of White Gaps in Indians. Tlisy wire divided into lodges, and the Mil 1 re order wm under a general officer known «s a "Colonel." Titers were it lodges in Ohio with s membership of aliont 1,000, ammg whom were many of tbe best cit /ins 1 f the uommu lilies in wbich they were orgur i/.ed. A WHITE CAI» VICTIM. Ja«. Mrl)<»r.ald III»« of an Uotnarelfiil Heal tag. KiNftAnClTY, Mo., December'J7.~Ja«. McI)on»M, wbo was 10 unmercifully beaten last Monday hy the mil» calling *'' ' ** J • Lr aPi.au iliviat/in /»I "WIhIa Cap«," (I i<i jetterdaj. A farmer liviofe n«ar b«re »aj« that be uw the Wfcite Gape pifli hl» hont* na two different night«. On the lecond night he fol loved them and they billed in the wood* and e»em<<lto hold a council. The chief addreaaed tbe men by nnmher ic»t*ad of name. Minor« Want ■ Hfptnl* Order. Ikdianai-oiih, Itattmber 1 T.—The Clay cnnnty miner«, embracing the largest mining diatxict in the .State, met is a man convention at Kraxl to-day and endoraed the aition of the Colombo», Ohio conven* tion in recommending one national order for the miner« of Me l'nitod Htatea Htepa w#re alao taken looking to the enactment of better lain lor tbe safety cf mirer* in thia HUte. Art-id ant at Brtddixk Work«. PlTTKBlHJ, December 17.— F a mace B, at the Edgar Thornpeon «teel works, wm badly damaced by an explosion of metal at 11 o'clock to-night. Three workmen wb'«*e namee oonld not be learned were terribly horned. Their iaj nriei may prove fatal. Mr« Goald'« Condition torhaagM. N«w V<iEK, Decesber 17.- Mrs. Jay Gould'« condition remain« unchanged. Mr. Geor*e Oonld «aid t*day that hie toother rallied eome yeaterday, bat that oopropitton« feat area aeemed to bafe a depriving t fleet npon her. May liMre Om imr Com I. Eaht IjvgETOOL, Dfcembtr 17.—Near ly all the potter* in thia place «re ajriooely considering a return to <(*1 aa a foci in stead of gaa, 11 the two |M compaai— in ai«t on the extravagant ratea they now aek, fhen the promt ch. tracta up ro Janu ary 1. FOB > KltVOUft I'KOSrIIATIOW l'aa Horaeford*« AeJd PkMpbala. Dr. W. Oreave«, Northfield, Minn., •ays: ' I hate n«ed it in can«a of narrons protratioi, and alao in esabiantion with othar remédia* in indigestion, it baa proved aa aatWastory aa con Id be txpeeUd." ERIN S CUr OF WOK i A DI MOB« BITTBB BY TUB ACTION OF POPB LBO. )oam«et m Hit Rataal to Bltn Mali to bt Dutribatod ia Iralaad—1 Gnu SitaaUxi —Tb« Sukus MWdli—8<n tr&l Forwgi Niwi. Lonne*, December 17.—In duj of the 3»tholic paiisbee throughout Ire'asd, y»* «rday, the action and worda of tb« l'op*, a refusing to bleaa medal« and relic* for iiatirbatioa am ox g I rieb Catbolica, were freely commented upon, and it ia qnite ■ vident tbnt lbe ill-feeling which (bo in adent baa engend er ei, ia aprealing and tecoming intemiflel The general drill o! comment w toward Lbe contention that the Holy Father baa loobly inanlted the Oatbolioa of Ireland, ind that the inault ia wholly grata item, [n the first place, tbe cbnrcb baa bad no vore eteadfaet adberenta than tbe Irtth, »or bave tbe Catholics of any other .•anntry b«eo ae regular and liberal in their oonUibutione. in proportion ti their neana, aa they. It abonld, therefore, be 10 more than an act of juatioe on tbe part of tbe Pope, hadirg Datbolice bold, thtt be should per mit the Iriah people to coadnct their political affair« ia their own way, under tbe guidance of thoee who nir«ly know m mach about tbe needa of their oonotry, lathered foui a lifelong itxidonce ia tbe Emerald Iale, an Hie Holineea baa been ible to lenru by bereeay. So tar m can bi die»owed, the attitude »I tbe l'ope a* revealed lir bin laVeat boret of indignation, ha« had no other effrct, »▼en among the balk of tbe Irish clergy, than to < mte a counter feeliug of indigua tioo, and I eider tbe Catbolioa of Ireland more determinid thta erer to continue their present warfare againet land lords and opfcold their leadera in any ipecies of afi'ation againet KoglUb role that their experience and tbe eiigecciee of the situation may sngfr* * It i« also m inmed that the preeent mood of Hi« lloli n«»e ia inspired l»r the report of Mgr. IVr»:Y\ which will er on tie pabliabed, »ad, it ia binted, will be decidedly unfa rorahle to the Iri-h. nottiiDfitr'i ajmpainj rur i»p ■ l'A his, December 17.—Gen. Honluntr bai aent a uieaeag* r>C ayiupalhy to M. De I/»>*!• pu apm the failure «»I tbe l'anatua ■*nal bill in the Chamber of Dtpotiaa. [J#n. Boalar^r aaya that lb« rtjecr'oa of the bill ia deplorable and that it in t ha roarniuK ain of Ilia Chamber. A Phonograph la Uourt. J/iSlxiW, Dumber 17,—During I lie» trial of • trade mtrk mit io the Conti« to lay a phojngraph «m Introduced to re prod ne ' a letter aod otbrr peraone. Tb«> uatrument worlud mn-oeeefnlly, «od Jadge Kay, who preaided at the trial, «sueur ?ria«il and pirated FOIUMUN NKWH. Ao American company baa aacami tba contract for luel light and «ater in all the Mexican piblic hnildinga. Barum Jomiri, of HL I'etarahurg, ia leid. The Franck man of war D'Ketug baa irrivcuat Xiasikar. The ataaraar Ja«pW (r+m Warklagton for ( i laegnw, baa foaaderad off" Iba latter yank Mar rrew aamhoriag alevaa par looa «ara drowned Mr. John Bright haa aofTerad a relapaa. A anrnlator no the l'aii« booraa aaaiad Kei, rivt dcfaol'ed to tbe eitent oflî, MJO.INNi franca. Preparing to Hang Haid Kiinhhara Ht Loi'tH, Mo., December 17 — Advi<-«« rom Oiark, Mo , aay that tb« Hheriff of 3hii«tiaa ccunty haa ociuplated tbe iru! owi upon which William Walker, the Kiog of tbe Haid Koobbere, la û bt tianged on tbe '2Hth io»t Tbe other three mombara of tbe band, David Walker, aan if the King, nod Jo»«ph and Wiley Mathawa, wbo are alto to hanp. «rill not lia eiecoted until Prbrnaiy II. HharifT Johnnon having received word Ibat an at tempt at rvM-oe will ha male by meriibera of the ft*or. baaa«orn io lOOrpfHal depo tiea to guard the jail aod take othar pre caotioiia to prevent trouble. Whlttlor'a Klgbiyllrat Mlriliitajr Danvkkh, Mahn, Dream lier 17.—John U. Wbittier, tbe venerable poet, to day reached bia eighty firat birthday. IIa iaat hia winter home at Oak KaoP, one of bia favorite laaorta. Many friaoda and neigh bor! called to pay tbair reaped*, ami a large number of eorgraMtlatary latteraand U-Ugraaa war« recaivol. Mr. Wbiltiar ia ia fairly good baaltb, bat he rarely go«-« onf. Mliut liana la bold Hloanl. OrkinhHCKo, l'A , Duetnber 17.—Vea terday wbila .loa Ureas, colored, waa comhiog hia bair at bia Itaardiog bonaa at Jeannette, Hamoel Hraltb, aootbar roloiad man, without provocation, *b«>t bin through tbe breaat, killing Mm loatantly. Ktnith waa uadar the influença of llijacr. Both men «ara bod-(-arriéra and have alwaya liaan oa tbe baatoftorma. Hmith fcaa beaa lodged io jail. WElAJWVlUi UOfMIl*. aperani ijvrrrftnmnKnrT <4 mr nstjimr* Wci.iJtNi-iui, Dananlxr 17.-la tb* Coart to day, aittiag id epecial aaaaioa, qoiu a lively tioM or< orrad over tha eloe tioa roetaet («ara. A moite n »u n>*A> b y Republican raanael ta bave tba a*** docketed for trial awaitiag (Im raaall of tba patitioo for a writ of probibttioa. Af Ur a «ornewhat lengthy argnmral Iba mo tioa waa «ranted. Tbaa Republican nonatel teok Iba groond that tbair motion M rrfrrrad to oely tba eaae ol «ortie va. Cuni». Mr. Bnldttk inaiated tkal Iba luotioo in clnded both caaea and that tbe ord*r mut! apply ta both. Aftar aorna di*oe«<oo krcnbliraa roua aal propoard to bava the ooottoa overrated, but aa ot jet tioa wae mada I« Une, tba no tion im paaaad aa Cur lia va Oarti«, ig aoriag tbaotbar half of it. Comneat la uot necaaaary. Tha borae ahicb waa atolao from a Mr. Naif, aear Waabir rtoo. IV. eane tima ago, baa been fan od A naa aiviag hwaan* ai Jamee I). Kelly, ard bia midaaee a* two and a half nilea from WelJehor*, oo 1be Middletaaa riad. etopp»d with Mr. Allboa, »»me nilea aaat cf fooa toe night leat wotk. Tha Hru(« waa tiding a fia* look-eg bow, wbtrh ta offered for aala I« Mr. Alliaoa. The price atked waa |125. AfUr draanluK aboat It. howevar, be eaacladed te take $S.r> for kin Tha whole oowdoct and convtrtaiioa of Mr. Allieoa'e goaat wooatd aa iatereet which btaana a aae pieioa when tha horaa waa offered aa rldfralaaely law. Mr. Alliaaa labeled thai ha waald not boy tba bona aatil ha htard lonalhicg mora ahjat hin Up» Ikia Mr. Jn D. Kelly, alia» ouknown, agrnd to lea va tha boraa, pranmiag ta retara for hin ia a few day« Let«' devatapnaaia foaad tha hnaa ta bi Nolf'a, aad Kelly haa iadoed ahakca the nad of thia tonn nail y from biafaat. At aay rate Mr. Alliaoa daa't exp ot kin hack. Tbe Walalia of TwwUpe la a breach of fljriealtato ia wkieh na*d eca and yoathe einrtlnn iadalge. Bat whaa Iba raddy pctib ■paatag d'adoaa »packe aad dteeeleeniae aad aaiit aa aa plraaaat ad«, tha oea of HOZODWT Im I ha taatb renedite both delict«.