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J ' 'i . , ' tpi''W$,' " ,,s,?ff' " " :fJ' tv'z tT. PH " ' ' '- v . !kT3 ST . ' j f 7 i BAIL EVENING BULLETIN. VOL. 2 NO. 258., MAYSVILLE, KY., FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1383. PBIOE ONECESfT., T FOE sale. A POISONING CASE. WE Buleudld farm of Lewi F. Hrrtolro npnr Mlnnrvn. nud on thO DoVer nmi MinArvnTiininlko. coutainlntt 22314 acres An elegant brick dwelling, two good tenant houses, two of tho fluet tobneco bains In riason county good stables, orchards, nnU nn abundance of water, and tdonty of fliio land. Apply to GARRETT S. WALL, sepSd&wtm Muyaylllo, Ky. Commissioner- Notioo. 1 Dr. M. Smith's AdmlutRtiatrlx, vh. r . 15 per cent, dividend. Dr. M. Smith's Heirs Ac. Tho creditors qf Dr. M. Smith, deceased, w I tiilto notice tlmCa dividend of 15 per cent, will be paid thoni on their claims us allowed by court, by calling "Pon s WaLLi s8d&w2w MaRtor Cominlsslouor M. C 0. 1l ( I11S Mt m"fok, ' Third St.,opposlto Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. Bonnets and Hats mude over lu tho latest styles. , a2.trd am prepared to paint BugGles and Furniture I of all Iclndson more reammble terms than any other painter In iho cltv will otter. I guarantee my work to bo flist class. Leave orders at Ball, Mitchell ACo.'s. earnUGGIKN 1AINT1'.D FOR 8l0."5 iyfosm CH.DEAL, THE I'MOKTO GET ClIKAl SUITS 18 AT GEORGE ORlsJr mch31dlv SUTTON STREET. PUBLIC SALE. WILL offer at public wile, my farm of 200 nniM nil Nfltliriin.V rinmuoi -..., tr, tim minora uiuaer. muui i jeSOd&wlm P miles southeast of Maysvlllc, on the Vancebruganu ilAvsvlllo turnpike, in Mason county, about threo miles Iroin Tollesboro and throe-fourths of a inllo from Rectorvllle. This farm has about 160 acres' In a high stato or culUvftUon and 40 acrusiu tho best of timber. It contain ono good dwelling with good outbuildings. It has also ono tenant house, two M.1 to bacco barns and has an everlasting supply o water. A school houo snl cluiich Is con venlent. I will soil tho above In two parts rir altonethor to stilt tho purchaser. Also, household and kitchen tumltiue. TcmiM. the land made known on day of sale, . lonm SaleatlCo.m L.D.TOLLb. easy. J. J. McCaithy, Auctioneer s5dtd Piles! Piles!! Piles!!! Old BROWN'S PILE Ci RE will cure rny case of protruding or ulcerated bleeding Tiles by a few applications.' A tilal willconvlj.ee any oiie who Is suffering with this loathson e disease that what wo say Js true. For Fale by GEORGE r. WOOD, Wholesale Druggist, MavHVllle.Ky. CITY MILLS. ROBINSON & CO. Wheat CUSTOM Grinding Will be dono as heretofore, when good wheat is brought to thorn a(3d&w2m J.C.PECOR&CO. Keep constantly on hand a full supply of School nud Blank -E-S., Pencils. Pons, Copy Uoolts. Slates, Satchels, Inlis! writing Paper, Envelopes, &o. tarpei and building paper always lu stock. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Pure Drugs. TeaR, Hnlces, Patent MediolAes Dye BtutlsV Oils and VamMies. Cigars and Perfumery, Tollot Articles &c, MANUFACTORY F. L. TRAYSER, :Dealer In PIANOS ! ORGANS, ALL INSTRUMENTS WARRANTED ) PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED Front JStrcet, Blnysville. m ANNA FRAZAR. .Dealer In: Dry Goods and Notions, Furnishing Goods, Hooks, Stationery and General Meichaudlso. UNDERWEAR for small children nnd grown porsons a specialty. A largo stock of Hand-Made Knit Goods of all kinds. Novelties of all k nils and PHI-OES VEHY LOW. My Mock is completo In nil lines nud guarantee sUlsfaotlou In all cases. The public patronage 1h solicited, Sl3dtf JUISS ANNA IfllAZAH. Arrest of a Woman For Killing Hor Hubband. A Bnrt Showing For Mrs. FlNhcr nml Ono air. KniMor Tlio Woman Captured, But KnUer Blake Ilia of a Caho That Maa n Very Ui;ly I.ooh. . Cincinnati, Sept. 20. On tho evening of tho 8th insL Adam Fisher, who kept a saloon and dairy on tho pike, near tho Mitchell avenue toll-gate, died suddenly, and it was reported that tho 'causo of death was heart disease. Tho deceased was a of Lieutenant Wappenstoin, of tlw police force, and he, being acquainted whh tho domestic nflairi of the doad man, suspected that there had been foul play, and that tho widow of tho deceased was guilty of poisoning her husband. It hns been notorious for two years that Mr. Fisher hud a Idver in tho pcrs&n of n good looking young follow named Joseph Kaiser, who formerly worked at Fisher's dairy. Kaiser, also fell under suspicion. Coroner Muscroft, in tho progress of his investigation, liad a post mortem examination made, and submitted the stomach of tho dead man to Profehsor Edward S. Wayno, who on Tuesday reported that an analysis showed tho presence of a quantity of strychnine sufficient to kill any man. Upon beings told this, Lieutenant had a warrant issued for Mrs. Emma Fisher, the widow, and Kaiser, tho lover, charging them with murder in tho first degree. The Lieutenant arrested Mrs. Fisher at her house, and as he was putting hor into the buggy Kaiser camo along riding on a milk wagon driven by unother man. Tho officer called upon Kaiser to stop, whereupon the driver whipped up his horses, and as they galloped off tho Lieutenant shot at Kaiser but missed him. Tho fellow escaped into tho woods. Mrs. Fisher takes her arrest very coolly anu denied her guilt. She is exceedingly anxious to shield Kaiser. Six months aqo Fisher told Lieutenant Wappenstoin that ho feared to cat anything at home lest ho might bo poisoned. The Lieutenant odvised him to leavo the place at once to save himself from being murdered. While Kaiser was employed at Fisher's dairy lie ran things to suit himself and Mrs. "Fisher, and Adam was treated in a shameful manner. At the inquest held by the Coroner Mrs. Fisher tcstilied that a short time beforo her husband died she gave him a couple of powders of bromide. Expert testimony show-that bromide is not put up in powder She said that the reason she gave him was becauso he complained of not feeling well. It is not clear where the powders in question were obtained. Fihhei had violent spasms just before he died. OLD MANN. Dito or Dnnlel lloonc'. Ilium JlYni n Ulrttifluy. IsuUPESfiinxcE, Mo., Sept. ity doubtless can boast of the oldest man in the State, in the nemon of Christopiioi Mann, who with his posterity has jut his 109th birthday. Stnco 18W this aged man has lived in this .oitnty on a farm, one and a half miles north'of the city, and yet was in control the from, superintending its cultivation. In honor to the aged hiie who hsih bo long known t!iUcouuty as his homo, and sustained sucfi an "enviable" reputation, tho children of him and the neighbors visited him and surprised him most agreeably by their presence and a repast spread unon the lawn. Mr. Munn, though his mind Iiuh been considered somewhat impaired, fully appreciated the cflbrts of his friends to mako his declining years a pleasure to to him, and his feelings were plainly seen to bo emotions of pleasure. He wus mrrounded by children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and his loviinr wife, who with him has shared "all life's joys and borrows." IIo has been married twice, and is tho father of twenty-six children, seventeen of whom aro now living, tho oldest being 72 and the youngest 17. Forty grandchildren, fourteen great-grandchildren and five claim him oh their ancestor. Four generations descending from him were represented at tho meeting. Mr, Mann is enjoying good health and apparently will enjoy many other anniversaries of his birth, which ocourred in Virginia, in 1774, at a time when Virginia had not been divided into counties. In Kentucky ho lived and was an associate of Danied Boone. t Tho Ifolnmu Itbom. . Greensbuhq. Ind., Sept; 20. Judge Elolman has many friends hero who aro !! ...n 1.2.. T)w.Airlnrti S n 1 'Pllft Now York boom has created quite a talk throughout tho Stato, and his aspiring successors throughout tho district' hovo Yiow more hope that they will not havo him to contend against in the next Congressional race. A Womun'H'Snd Dentil. Nonwicn, Conn., Sept. 20. Miss K. R. Jones, whoso father was a Custom Houso officer at Galveston, Texas, several years ago, ha3Just died from exposure near this placo. eho belioved thatsho was pursued by persons who wanted her money and hid herself near East Hampton. When found bIio was so much oxhaubted that sho died In a fow hours. I.. i. . Killed I)y n Harrow. Reading, Ponna., Sept. 0. A daughter of John Lash had taken a seat on tho top of a heavy harrow that was loaded on a Bled. Tho child cither accidentally lost hor balauco or attempted to jump oflr tho Bled and was caught and dragged under it, sustaining such injuries that sho died shortly af lerwarMs. Torn by a Vlelouu Doff. nABiusnuna, Pa.. Sept. 20. Two sons of Edward Mocslqin wero on their way from, school when a largo dog, owned by A. Keifl'er, b6unced.out and canght tho youngest of the boys about tho face,knock-Ing him down and then sinking his teeth Into tho lad's cheek, badly mutilating lum. A BLOODY BATTLE. IotnIlM ortholleoont Sliarp AUrny la Colorado. Dkhveb, CoL, Sept. 20.Last Friday five cowboys, under tho influence of whisky, rode into Uto Creek, a Bmall about fifty miles east of San llilano. Don Maccdonio Aragon' won standing in front of his storo, and was in' the act ot proceeding in search of a stray horse. The cowboys requested him to go to tho rear of the storo and call tho clerk. Aragon refused. Tho cowboys then began to abuse him. Aragon, npprehendinc somo harm, went to tho house of one Vigil, procured a rifle, and proceeded on his way in search of tho horse. Tho cowboys, seeing him with thorillc in his possession, rode toward him. One in advance of his comrades came up with Aragon, and proceeded to shako hands with him. Aftor he obtained possession qf Aragon's hand he linld on to it firmlv. whilo the remaining cowboys began firing at Aragon with their revolvers. Aragou finally disengaged his hand from tho grasp oi mo cowuoy, mm sent a bullet front his rifle through ono of the cowboys, which killed lum instantly. Aragon then retreated to a houso near by, the cowboys continuing to fire upon hlm as ho ran. After reaching shelter frou; tho storm of bullets, ho sent another ball into the breast of ono of tho surviving 'cowbovs, which instantly ended his career, lie llfcd again, and wounded another. By this time Afagon was so weak from four wounds, together with tho loss of blood, ho could no longer fire. Tho cowboys fled to Tcxa3 and aro still at large. Aragon lingered twelvo hours, when lie breathed his last. Ono of tho cowboys is named Kidd Todd, 'and tho whole party came from Cross ranch. THE TOBACCO CROP. Heavy Dnmngo to Eastern nnd West eru Growth. wr . T O ?5Vmt 9.O. Tt 13 learned from reports just received from mo ilistnota tnai mo . crop in tho New Englaud States, York, Pennsylvania, Ohip and Wis-a has ereiltlv Buffered from the re- Dacco Now eonsin cunt frnstfl. A crentlemnn who has exam inod this correspondence says in the absence of positive data it is safo to assume that by bail and frost nearly 50,-000 cases of tho seed leaf crop of 1B83 have already been rendered useless for cigar manufacturing purposes. What may bo garnered from the devastated fields east nnd west will make but littlo figure in the market reports. It will bo used for something, but it will not count in the stock of fiituro available seed leaf tobacco. At tho best, not three-fourths of tho crop in the States mentioned will bo harvested, a circumstance that must affect present supplies, including all growths and kinds. DEADLY OYSTEES. An Kntlro fr'niiilly PolHoned by Them. Marshall, Mo.. Sept. 20. Mr. J. L. Woodbridgo, bookkeeper in Cordell & Dunnica's Hank in this city, together with his threo small children, became suddenly and violently ill a short while after eating d'nu'er, "and physicians were summoned. They pronounced it a very severo caso of poisoning and therefore administered tho proper medicine. Tho children suffered torribly all night, but gradually grow bettor toward morning. Mr. Woodbridgo sufiercd intense agony until 10 o'clock, when he also began recovering slowly, and nt this writing all aro considered out of danger. Tho family had partaken of koiuo covo oysters at dinner. which the physicians stated wero poisoned QUEER 'TOURIST. Ho WnlliN From Mlnsmirl to Suit I.nUe reddling. Salt Lake Utah, Sept. 20. A man was at tho Utah. Central Depot with a hand-cart that ho had pulled all tho way from St. Louis to this city. IIo has been four months on tho road, and tells of many adventures and happenings that are thrilling and exciting in their nature. His cart contained Yankee notions, which ho was disposing of to a largo crowdthat had gathered around to seo tho carriage. IIo will sell his outfit and go West by rail as he says ho is tion. tired of fast THE DRUMMING EVIL. Hot Springs Citizens Resolved to CriiHh It. Hot Ark., Sept. 20. lntenso excitement exists here regarding an indignation meeting to bo held hero with tho view of adopting positive means to eradicate tho evil of drumming, now practiced by doctors, hotels and boarding houses. The meeting will adopt very urgent means to destroy this ovil. Tho people of Hot Springs havo como to the conclusion that this nefarious system must bo put doWtJ, and if necessary by force. r A tlud Scoundrel. Ottawa, Ont., Sopt. 20. Tho trial of Frederick Mann, charged with tho murder of four members in tho Orook family, at Littlo Rideau, took placo at tho assizes, Judgo Armour, presiding. II. S. McDonald, of Cornwall, appeared on behalf of tho orown and John Maxwell, of L'Originul, f6r tho prisoner. Tho prisoner pleadod guilty to tho several charges against ftim. and his lordship gavo sen tence ut once, fixing October 12 us tho date for tho expiration of tho horrible crime. A'n attempt was made to secure witnesses to provo that Ins'inhv was hereditary, but a careful cxan.uuitipn of the prisoner by tho medical Superintendent of tho Toronto asylum showed that ho was perfectly sane. Clearmnlceru Lockout. Coldwateu, Mich., Sept. 20. The principal cigar manufacturers of this city decided Homo time Bince that they would nmnlnv no man belonaitur to anv union, and, ascertaining last week that such an institution had been again secretly in theoltv. B. T. Tibbitts. tho Ameri can Cigar company,-and O'Shaughncssy & Co. notified all morabors to quit work. Tho lockout Includes nearly every cigar-maker in tho above shops about one hundred. Mootings aro boing held by tho men, and ovorything bo far has been orderly. HUSBANDS GALORE. Why Mr. Foathorstono Wants a Divoroo. Tbo Qnccr Western Advontnros of n United NtiUcn Soldier nud of Ills XVlte nt Homo Wullo IIo Win Another fcnocli Arden "no Added to tho Lint. IlituoiCLYN, N. Y., Sept. 20. Judgo Clement, in the City Court, granted an divorce to Edward leathcrtone, on tho ground that his wife's first husband, Edward S. Wilcox, of tho United States Army, was mill alive. Mrs. Wilcox was married in 1375, nmL after three years, Iter husband enlisted in the regulur army. He wroto regularly to his wife until the spring of lb7l, when bo was sent into the regions. There ho was reported to have been killed in a battle with Sioux Indiaus. Tho widow, as she supposed herself, mourned for her husband for nearly a year, and then solaced grief by marrying Edward Fcathcrstono on Junnary 8, 1880, in tho Norfolk Street Methodist Episcopal Church, New York City. Thoy came to Jive hero, but their happiness was interrupted recently by tho arrival of a letter from Wilcox showing that ho was alive. ' Tho letter had.been nearly a year on its way, owing to changes in Mrs. Wilcox's home. Tho letter showed that Wilcox hud escaped death and hud rejoined his companions. IIo is still in tho service, being stationed in New Mexico. Not wailing lor wiu miaiiig iuuuuu iu iv-turn, Featherstono lost no time in legally seven n iir his relations wnn anoincr man a wife. Mrs. Wlcox "a3 tw0 children, cmo by each husband. SHARON'S SCRAPE. Wlmt lie SnyH About the Itccent Ar- rosl. Washington, D. C. Sept. 20. Senator Sharon, of Nevada, who is hero on private, business, says that tho published alleged agreement of marriage between himself and Miss Hill, the piaintiil' in a bleach of promise suit against him, was a forgery. He never wrote tint paper, nor anything like it, in his lifo, and if there was such a paper in cxistenco it was written by some ono else. Tho whole story was a malicious and unmitigated lie, and ho would sco that tho man who forged tho alleged statement was properly punished, as it is a Penitentiary odense. As for Miss Hill he did not caro to say anything about her at this time boyoml tho tact that sno hud been put out of a hotel tor annoying him. At sotne future time ho might have something to say about her. San Francisco, Sept. 20. In reply to ex-Senator Sharon's charge that the suit brought against liim was part of a bluckmailing scheme tho Jihroniclo prints documents dated August" 15, IPSO, signed by tho ex-Senator and Miss Hill, in which they Agree to take each other for husband and w Io, and also agree to keep tho matter secret for two years. It also iirinta letters from Mr. Sharon to Miss Hill, dated from tho Senate Chamber, Januarv 24, 1881, in which ho sends his "dear wife" S500, and urges her to bo economical, as ho was "short." A TRADE DOLIiAr LAWSUIT. Two Iliinsnrliinsi Who Objrotoil to n Fifteen l'er Cent. Discount. Shamokin, Sept. 20. Joseph Morosky nnd Poter Lntzlow. Hungarians, wero tho prosecutors, and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons,, proprjuiora ui wiv uihhuuiu """ ...v, tho defendants in a peculiar case that was brought up beforo Judge Rockefellow at Sunbury. Last July tho two Hungarians visited Simmons' saloon and ordered two drinks, which they received. In .payment Morosky handed tho bartender a trade dollar, which ho accepted, and handed back in change seventy-five cents, keening ten cents for the two drinks and fifteen cents discount on the tradelollar. learning that ho was not allowed more than eighty-five cents for his trade e dollar, demanded tho discount, fifteen cents, which was stUDOorniy reuiseu. ooou after both Hungarians commenced to mako trouble and wero roughly ejected from tho saloon. They brought suit against tho'propriotors for damages. Tho jury in tho case brought in a verdict of not guilty and tho prosecutors to pay alt costs, amounting to S114.73. ' i WILL REFORM. Ilrother Evann' "Converts" Decide to linckHlldo. Boston. Sept. 20. In tho Criminal Court at Dcdham Mrs. Catherino B. Cobb and Katie L. Whiting, .convicted of improper conduct with tho Roy. Jackson F. Evans, tho revivalist, of Wrentham, wero called up by tho Judgo and heard on tho petition f rom tho jury for a stay of sentence. Miss Whiting said that hereafter sho intended to dispel from her mind the religious ideas by which alio has been governed and would endeavor to lead a moral lifo. She has threo illegitimate children, the youngest, about three months old, having been born in jail. She told the Court that hor downfall was caused by her uncle, Mrs. Cobb's husband. Mrs. Cobb also promised to reform and spntenco was deferred in both cases. Tnmiiiony ON TO BUFFALO. NacheuiH Moving West In Force. New York, SepA. 20. Six hundred Tammany men havo bought their tickets for BufTalo. The Tammany train of six drawing-room cars, handsomoly decorated, loft tho Grand Central Depot at 9:30 in tho morning, Tho Seventh Regiment Band accompanied thorn and Charity Commissioner Brennan will bo Grand Marshal of tho parade in BufTalo. Tho County Democracy's train of twenty" cars started from tho Grand Central Depot at 2:30 In tho morning, and it took fivo hundred mcnN. Threo hundrpd Irving, Hall Democrats wont to Buffalo by tho Erio Railroad, leaving Jersey City on Wednesday at 0 a. ra. HOBsRIBLE OBIME. Bloody Deed of n Xorih Carolina Negro. Halifax, N. O, Sept. 30. At Tellcry Station, near hero, threo weeks ago, Enrich Brown, a negro laborer, had a quarrel with his wife. IIo went off to work, tnd returning at noon seized an ax, and is his wife was preparing dinner struck her a blow, which nearly soverd her head from her body. After committing tho oiurder ho dragged tho body to the fire- so that the ashes might absorb the Elaae, lie shut up the houso and returned to work. That night ho dug a hole near tho houso, and buried tho body. Tho next dav lie was asked about his wife, and said ,jho llad gone to Virginia to sco her peo ple. This was supposed to oe true until ho told contradictory stories, which caused his father-in-law to become suspicious, as lio knew that Brown and his wife had quarreled. Monday afternoon, tho body of tho woman was found in hor grave within three feet of the house. Brown, who had remained nt work, was arrested and nt onco confessed the killing. ! , INDIAN TROUBLES. Another llloody Conflict Believed to Ho Inevitable. El I?A80, Texas, Sept. 20. A dispatch from San Joso says tho Indians aro very uneasy and aro driving off stock. Tho squaws have been sent to the mountains. A fight is bound to occur. Four men weto murdered eighty miles from Jonas by Apaches, and their bodies mutilated. Other atrocities aro expected. All tho aro coming in. A party has left Ecoplo for Casas Grandes, with Sl,500 reward, to get Charlie McComas, captured by Gcronimo and Nana, who murdered his father and mother last spring at Thompson's Canyon, N. M. "TERRIBLE EXPLOSION. Three 3Icn Killed nnd Sovcrnl Mortally Hurt. u PlTTSBUito, Pa., Sept. 20. Tho boilers in tho flange department of the Sligo mill exploded about 1:45 in tho afternoon. The mill and boiler sheds and some buildings of the Pittsburg & Lako Erie railroad at onco took fire. Tho explosion was terrible, half of tho boiler going 500 feet into tho middlo of tho river. Threo men, named Allen, Charles Douglas, and Louis House, wero killed, and Christ Miller and others fatally injured. Four chilnrcn of Henderson Douglass wero badly injured. They lived in a house in a row across the street from tho mill. Cause of explosion is unknown. A Colorndo Murder. Denveu, Sept. 20. At ono of the Big Four Cattle Company's ranches near N. M., on Monday, Joel Fowler, a large cattle dealer, met Ponly Forrest and Bill Childs, whom ho had had previous troublw'with. Foi rest and Childs fired at Fowler, who returned tho fire, killing Childs. Forrest ran into a houso occupied bv a Mr. McGec. McGeo went to tho door and asked Forrest to come out. Instead he fired, killing McGee. Fowler then set fire to the house. Rather than mko the chances of shooting with Fowler? Forrest then put a ball through his own uart. All three wero buried in the same , rave. I.lllOUlll ItlUM'H. Covinoton, Kv., Sept. 20. In the first race, three-fourths of a mile, at Latonia, there were soven starters. Carson 'was the favorite, and betting was soven to one in his favor. Force, however, won in 1:10. Purse, S200; Carson second, SoO, and Lizzy S third. Force has a good record, horse. He is out and is a handsomo black of Nora Worth, by Roxbury, and is tho property of P. A. Brady. In tho Recond race, ono and live-eighths mile, there wero but fivo starters. Douglass won in l:58i, Beecliorbrook Becond, and Hailfellow third. Boochenbreok is a three-year-old chestnut gelding, sired by Bonnie Scotland, out of Moselle, nnd is the property of J. Carter. ii Heavy NaltonAn Old Account. rnTinrt Sanf 9ft finnnriil Pntrluk G. Connor, of Eureka, Nov., who during the war had command of the district between tho Sierra Nevada mountains and tho Missouri rver, was waited on nt tho Palmer House and served with a summons in a Buit for 150,000, brought by William A. Derby, and growing out of land transactions dating back many years'. Tlw General was on his way homo after visiting his son at West Point, and declares that Chicago swindlers havo made him a "green juckcr." i i Uncle Snm as n Medlntor. Washington, D. C, Sept. 20. No information has yet reached the State Department relative to a desire on tho part of China for thb United States to act as a modiator between that Government and Franco, except what has appeared in tho public piints. As it is belioved that Minister Morton would cable tho information to tho department had any steps been taken, it is thought that nothing of tho kind has been officially suggested up to this time. Miss llrooUa Wanted. Vanualia, 111., Sept. 29. A theatrical troupe is now performing in thisCity and with tho troupo is a young lady going by tho name of Brooks. Tho City received a telegram from Chief .of Police Doyle, of Chicago, to arrest and hold Miss Brooks, whoso proper name is Jennio Colin. Tho City Marshal has compiled with tho rouuoit, and awaits tho urrival of tho young lady's father. Auroral Display. AsiiLAm Wis., Sopt. 20. Tho auroral display was tho finest ever witnessed, lno nWtrin licrht rolled out ovor the ontiro heavens, tinted with all tho colors of tho rainbow, and met in tho zenith, forming a' complete canopy overhead, gpatigled with the brightest Unti of red, purple, orango, and greon. - i Attempted to IUow Up Dam. IIuntinoton, Ind Sopt, 20. An un successful attempt was mado to blow mi tho mill-dam nt Marklo with dynamite. TWo charges of fivo pounds each wora placed, but tho fuses: rofused to burn. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Gorman Army Jtovlonr and Continental Mutters. otner GERMANY, MEBVznuita, Sept. 20. Tho Emperor.' after reviewing tho Fourth Corps, created General Blumenthal a Count. In addressing tho General, tho Emperor expressed himself as rejoiced to seo tho Fourth Corps, but felt that ho was doing the cattle in Tipperary, and is rapidly spreading. Dublin. Sent. 20. Tho special jurdra f who served with Mr. Field, the juror who was murderously assaulted by the rnocnix Park conspirators last winter, Jiavo to collect a fund for his benefit. An QUEER FREAK. AHHftitlted Young Woman Who Weakened. - Boston, Sept. 20, While a horse car, ! bU. UIUUUUIV iui tun !"" 14U17: - - . ..-v IRELAND. Dublin, sent. zv. ine loot anu mourn. i disease has mallo its appearance among with a dozen male passengers, was crossing tho bridgo connecting East Boston with Chelsea, a young woman, covered with dirt and dustj hailed the driver and in frantic tones informed him that sliti ha'd been knocked down and assaulted by a nian whom sho pointed out. Nearly all the passengers joined in a chase that j continued over an hour. Finally tho fu- I gitivo was captured and identiued by tno young woman. The man pleaded with her not to appear against him and she at last refused to prefer charges, saying that sho would not goito court under any circumstances. Tho manwas released by his captors and tho disgusted crowd of men then took up tho tramp for Chelsea. m BROUGHT BACK. Tho RcmnluHpt n United States Naval Ofllcer Itcttinictl. ViNEYAitn Haven, Mass., Sept. 20. Tho brig Protous, from Cape Dpyerd Islands, pas-ed this point on tho w'ay to Portland, Me., having on board the remains of Lieutenant Commander Wheeler, who died at sea while executive officer of the Alaska,, United States ship, March 14, 1876, and buriM at the mouth of Gaboon River, west coast of Africa. Tho body was exhumed by order of Secretary of tho Navv Chandler in July and brought by the "United States Ship Qmnuebang to Cape Deverd Islands, where it was transferred to tho Proteus. It will bo brought to the receiving vault at the New York Station and then taken to Delhi, New York, his homo and the home of his mother, where the interment will tako place. The AN APACHE VICTIM. Coroner' Inquest on Gcorco Wnrd'N Ilody. Tombstone, Arizona, Sept. 20. The Coroner's jury in the case of Georgo E. Ward, killed at Antelopo Springs, sixteen miles from this city, returned a verdict to the effect that the deceased came to his doath at tho hands of hostile Apaches. It is now believed the hostilesare returning to their reservation fromSonora. This conclusion is strengthened by the fact that they stole no stock and committed no depredations other than already noted this side of tho line. It was developed in tho evidence that Ward first fired on the Indians who responded, killing him, as already ' stated. Travel between hero and Sonora is, and will bo for somo time, almost entirely suspended, as tho savages on tha lino aro murdering and plunderiug indiscriminately. SUNDAY DESECRATION. Southern aiethodlHtH Severely Do noiiuce It. Cvntuiana, Ky., Sept. Kentucky Conference of the M. E. Church, South, in session here, indorsed the action of the Louisville, New Albany & Chicago railroad in withdrawing Sunday trains, recommended to all committees in cuurgu of camp meetings to oppose all Sunday trains and traffic not absolutely necessary -upon the Sabbath, and appointed a committee to attend each camp meeting arid .report back to the Conference, with tho ...J.it,.n,iSno. that if Sdbbath desecration doc not ceaso tho church will condemn these camp meetings am prohibit their being run under its auspicies. jp, , Murdered Tor Twenty Dollars. Abilene, Kan., Sept. 20. About ton days ago tho body ot a man with threo bullet holes in his breast and ono in the head was found ton miles south of here. Tim bodv was badly decomposed, with nothing to identify it. It has now been discovered that tho dead man was John f Joule, of Lane. Kdn.'i who loft home on tho 20th of August to peddle aload of apples to raiso money fo pay tho interest on a mortgago on his farm. All tho circumstances bIiow that tho man was murdered for his money, probably not' more than S20. i r - Strange Murdoroiw Attncli. Clinton, la., Sept. 20. t)no Darling, a mill employe, deliberately drow a revolver in his boarding-house on Twelfth avenuo with this remark : "I've cot to fix you. I might as well do it now." Hq then fired it at another laboring mart, named Rarison. Tho ball missed and struck a boy, ten years old, named Foley, in tho cheek, making a Bovcro wound. Darling is under arrest. No causo is known for tho attack. Ilnilrond Accident SvnAcrE, N. Y., Sopt. 20. A construction train on tho West Shore Railroad, going east, struck n. hand car, four miles east of the city. Fifteen platform cara with 150 workmen on board wero piled up in a mass. Threo men wero killed and . a large numbor injured. ' rcnucssoe ltlvor I.owct Ever ICiiowh, CiUTTANooaA, Tonn., Sopt. 20, .Tha Tennesseo Tiver is an inch lower than over known iioforo in tho history ol this country. Thoro is no record since 1810, and it is ono inch lower than the low watermark, of thatyoar. This gec tion is suffering Irora drouth. U.M' Y,. .X . ' " . . X V . ;Mfi&& )afa&. o r s.L :v- HK lu.' v ts&h iff '4.fr A i1 t,!HJj' i 2& .j& yixA 4, aVt JL ? tr ' .J Sis- t uses. 3Jg totbit yfa J t.