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IMUfift BULLETIN. 275.. MAYSVILLES.KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1683 PRICE ONE CENT. ,H !-? "y lliMAM HUNT. w Manufacturer and originator of the cle brated brands of , i OIO-ARS, Silver Dollar, "Wra. Hunt'sDurkHorse, Happy Brnoke, Thiee Beauties, Cordwood and Gold Slugs. Second Street, Muysvllle, Ky. A M.OGEKS, " DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and' Caps. 41 K. Sec, St. Ihch301y MA YSVJLLE,KY A O. UUOWNING, BI. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllco nntl residence south-east comer ol Tliiul uud Sutton streets. Will plve special uttoutlon.to diseases peculiar to feniidps. apllldly "V 'finch Co., " ' DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. lTiird and Sutton Streets, racb301y MAYSVILLE, KY. p n. jum, ATTOKNKTf AT LAW. Ileal KHiiitc and Collecting Agency. Court St., (apl'Ally) MAYSVILLE, KY. n oi.t hichkhon, Dealer In Staple and Fancy GROCEEIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to M'0 building ou Second street lately occupied by Charles H. Frank. ap!3dly T F. BTAS. Colli, 'Silver mul NlcUcI ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubbor Stamp Work douo on short notice nt Maysvllle Repairing Works, No. 8, Second street. opi7ly J. I'. RYAN. FAMES fc OARU, tSuccessors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest style ) m nouts. Horses bouuhtandhold on Commission. Market St. four doors below Central Hotel. nl2a W. NPABKN IlltO., J. Xo. 24, Ma'bKET HTIIEET. NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS and Window Bhudes. Good Carpets at 30. IS So, 45. W. W, 05, 70, 75. and 00 ct., 81.00 nn I M.2 per ynrd. m. " TOIIN 11. VOYNTZ, .1 It., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldext and best Companies. Insures i for full value. Low rates, uwninwu No dUcouutH No delays. Omco coi hei Third add Market streets. aplfidly J. m.AKi:pKoiJGii, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters forCloeks, Silver OootU, etc. All work ptomptly and done. Second Ht., rastol Market. ap!7 TACUB MNN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ico cream and sodn Iwater. Fresh bread and calies. Pailles and weddings lurnisheu on short notice. 35 Second st.. niaySdly MAiSVILLK, m J AMI rfs WOKItICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished on reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and promptly done, uinceuu iui.u """.n,"" tweeu Wall and Sutton. apUldlj te KACKIiET, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERSand STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh28ly) MAYSVILLE, KY. AYIH, UKMNIIING GOODS ami Hats. Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest fall stylesjust received. ..... Trv Market St., npiedly MAYBVILLE, KY. tit its. bi, jT ioiiron, Third Bt., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just iccelved and prices VERY LOW. Honnets and Hats mode over lu the latest styles. ""fd VTUN. F, 11. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Honnots, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs. Oeortro Hurrows' old stand, apllhdly MA'flTIi: CAKIt, Second ttrcet, January's lllock. Millinery Goods Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc, of tho latest styles. Pi Ices Low. mciMiuiy Wl'.NS A IIAKKI.KY, 0 Nos.57and 69 Second and 10 Sutton streets, have Just received n largo stock of improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest labor-saving Implement ever to farmers. Tho best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllH S.1 NINON, Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Ulass. Cutlery, Notions, etc No, 45 Market Street. Enst side, between Second and Third, a21d8m MAYSVILLE, KY. ms w& ' m A.CMZYPKEACHER. rf f ' r ' Farther Details .of & Strange and .Painftil flcono. AMnrrlaen a Georgia onHt aI f, . a ' CbiiYwt of pn atnd Srin'Anllcf9rBml Mm Vortm Ills nallnelaatloa TaKcn. - Eabtmax, Qa., Oct 11. Central Point Chnrcli, in u romoto art of Piko county nunlb3red anions its congregation u manioc wlio was so violent in his ravings that a Jiscontinuanco of the services was ni" ccssitatcd uud murdernt tho altar averted. The insu Samuel BfeAJlistcr, urade his fiistfappobcoQco a wetile ago, but waa mxn tiro shrifts without much commotkm. lie reappeared anl madj ltk prubescM known by rising in his pew and uokkig the minister not to preach. Upou being rcqnesU'd to kfep quiet, ho shouted: "li you undortako to preach Christ and Ilun cruciucd I am hero to nmko yon provo your doctrioc" McAllbtiT interrupted die announcement und reading of die first hytxiu times, and when wo verses htul been rendered bVcaniosocKsitodthat ho jumicd upon tho soot and Blood beating timii for thocongrugution with hisarms and lciuliuc the unthcui in a voice whicli resounded iibove all tiio others. After tho usual prayer l?cv. .Tessttp comutcnccd his eexmon. Ho had tcarccly uttered two sentences, however, when McAllister tjprnujj into the pulpit and, hotlfcglfcp IxMks cAbfaoor, ahouted: rii tliM&My AMI4 On being oskod tofcfereiet, be, ondc "Old I can't bo quiet. Ood has xent mo to do this,and I camo premred to saoiificc my life on his altar to dofend his teachings." With lightning like movement tho man flushed a ccn bladcd knife Into view and held it aloof over his head whilo ho advanced on tho minister with the other outstreU'lie I hand towurd his throat Tiie divine, re uliziug tliat Ins life was in peril, lw.it ;i retreat towards the door, tjllowed in a wild rush by most of the women in t'.e church and a majority of the men. Tiie scene was tragic in the CKtreme, many ol tho women screaming and two of them falling to the floor, near the door, tn faintiug fits, thus almost precijdtatiuga panic. Fortunately, some of tlio tin u in Uio crowd retained Ktiliicicnt presenco of mind to drag tho limp forms to one sMe of tho doorwuy, on tho sward. In tfle church six men essayed to capture tho maniac, hut w kept them at bay with his knife until he gained an open window, through which ho sprang and made his fficapj. Ik' fore leaving ho said that he would bo present ut Uie afternoon borvire, but he failed to put in un uppcarauee, and, as ho had not returned to Uie hamlet in tho afternoon, fears are entertained lest he loses his life in one of the hogs which aro eo'ntnon to tho woods iu that vicinitv A HOT FIGHT. A ItcU Hot War In St- ImiIh INillcr IrelcH. St. Louis, Cvt 11. Chief o( Poliet Campbell still refiiMW to recognize the uc turn of the newly organised Police IJojhI displacing him i'roui oihco without preferring charges or giving him a hearing In a letter to Vice President Lut, hu deolanw tho action of the Board illegal and gives notice that ho will not give, up the ki'vs of his olliw to new Chief IJornard 'I'mife. Campbell isstiwi tlio tiMial police circular Iroin Polic Ileadqiiartcrh, describing criminals thai aro wanted and property tliat has beet htolcn. etc At about 10 a. in., Vie President L11U Mint Police Captain A Hercules with an axo to break in ih door of the Police Headquarters. Tin ho did and Tarttib was put in poibC.Nsiot of Uie oilice. Every newspaper in Ui city is filled with bitter denunciation o tho action of the Board whicli is clearly dlctacted by tho gamblers ring. Tin gamblers evidently have a hook in (iov ernor Crittenden's noao and compelled him to recognize tlio Polico Bo.ird in their interest. Campbell had refiiceu a bribe of ?1U,00J to allow tho faro, kent and lottery shop.s to run, and hence then hostility w him. A( bitter politic.il light is thus begun, of which there is no lore-telling the end. Tho Chroniclo to-.la priiilK u bcnsational exposure of the way local politics arc run in St. Louis under tho leadership of Ed Butler, the 1W Tweed of tho local Democracy. It is an exact copy of a contract made by Buth-i with the la o John II. McCnrty, in lS7o, when (he latter was a candidate for inspector of weights and Measures. The contract stipulates tint IltitWr was to receive two-thirds of the pay of the otliee and have the iipHjintiit:H and removal of all McCarty'h mibuidi nates in consideration of his political oupport. HOT3L IAKIC. Ttso IlrpMrt lliii, Xmv York, INcupph Itiirolni:. Ni:w Yokk, Oct. 11. lire was discovered early in tiie morning in the dry tho laundry-room of the House, Eighth street and Fifth avenue, which is situated in the of tlio building. It was caused by tho lloor taking lire from coals from tho furnace. Tho fuc spread through the drying room and damaged tho ,bar room and kitchen slightly before it was got tinder control. The guesta were abed at the time, but they were hoou I'rouHid and rushed into the corridor ol th hotel in their night clothes, the deu,e voltunu of snioko which issued from the lire making them think the entire lower part of tlio hotel w'aa burning. They were assured, however, that there was no danger, and, at the suggestion of Mrs Waite, i ho proprietor, they assembled In tho dining room and quietly awaited .tho result Tlio firemen soon put out1 the Haines, but not'until damage to tlio extent of., $3,000 had been done. v, THE B13TKEES. Assembling of tit Annual Convca. i Jlen at LotiUvlllru Ky., Oct 11. There waa a small attendance at the Bankers' Convention, not more than fifty delegates from abroad regislcring, though more aro in town. The Eaatera delegates are notably afcsao and aecvaapa uiucli comment. m&iM tbosa pK9eatareoaUorml hankers, and Urn determination toevolvo some plan far reswuiag the expiring charters and provide securities for circulation seeniB to he tho highcbt object of the meeting. John Jay Knox, Comptroller of Uie Currency, is present, and announced hi plan for providing securities b depositing foreign bonds and securities in place of Government bonds. Senator Huwley of Connect-Leut and several dutinguishcd guctis were psesent at tin opening of the session in tho TBBtr&ig. Uev'. Cliarles Craik, of Christ CbBscJi, opened the convention with prayer after whicli President XJobcrt o. Coe read his annual address, pronounced by the ikicgaAcs to be die ba ever delivered to the Association. It took tho ettand in fWor of free coinago and jirescnted the other questions for discussion. Senator Jin w ley made a short address on the fmancial oatlook. A eomtnitteo was uu poioted to select for db'UPion a topic afieethig tho South. J. U. Iindoi berger. Pei)est of Uie Mcrclionts' National Basic, rf Lonisvillo, oliered Uio following rcatflurtSon, which will be discussed: That a bauk note circulaUon, secared and issued nivler ample safeguards for its redemption on demand in coin, is necessary for the convenient transaction of the business of the country, and nch circulation can best be jiwuftWiid through tlio continued dyertttion of the Ibirional Bnk AJ, as lasfeaen attoJ lwtho experience ol tiie pioflrtwenty years. Tliat Uie retirement ol tho United 8tates legal tender notes by a gradual process not liablo to embarra Uio business of the country, will bo ia accord with Uie purpooo of Uio Govennueut at Uie time, and the issue dll be the finar trtep towarti the full return by the Governmeut to a coin basis, will tend to an increased supply of coin, will give free course to gold and silver in commercial and financial curccuts, and afford an ample basis for the redemption in coin on demand of hank note jmkbjm. RACES- Tho Events at and Ottrcr Lending Potato. lxwisviHir., Ky., Oct 11. There were six events on the caaL The first race, $250 for beaten horses at a mile, was won by Sovereign Pat, WildQower second; timo 1:4-1. The second race, 250 f(r beaten horses ut a milo was won by Lucy May, Kochc Becond; time 1:46. Tho third race, Moot & Chandou Champagne stakes for three tcar old at a inilo and n furlong was won by Aztec, Arelino berond, time 1:50A. The fourth race, purse $:1U0, three quarter mile heats for all aes at sellint; allowance, won by CaUoa, Bonnie Biro second; time 1:15$, 1:10. The fifth race, puivoS20O handicap for two year olds .it live turloiiKS won bv Conkling, Easier second; time l.KW. The sixth race, SvJOO handicap for all ages at a mile and hall a furlong, won by Eflio II, Mutt.e ILipturo seeoiiii; tAie 1:51 L P.:iianto.s BoAon, L. l.,Oct 11. Tn-'re was an excellent atteiidanco at the races. The weather was tine and Uie track in good condition. First race, one tulle, foi beaten hores, ww won by IL S. Cluke, Maiia Lewis secjrul, Beaverwyck thii'd; time, 1.43 The second raca,( u utile, filing allowance v;as won by Lytton, Gariield soeond, Little Phil third; time 1:15$. Tho third race, seven furlongs, at Belling allowances, was won by llaiiichimie, Liiliu Dale second, Nimble foot third; time, l;30i. The fourth race, mile and a furlong, was won by Harry Mann, Beaverwyck jteeond, Charley FLsk third; tunc, 1:58. Fifth race,uiile and a furicug, to carry 100 pounds, was won by Boz Sedara, Topey second, Nellia Peyton third; time, l.. The sixth race.mile and a quarter, over hurdles, Rolling allowances, was won by Buckra, Bill Bird second, Moscow tiiird; time, 2:10. Pboviiiknck. IL I., Oct 1L At Park Uio winners were as follows : 2:33 class, purse $100. dividetl, was won by Belle Shackett in three straight heat?; time 2:27 i, 2:20, 2:20$. Fannin C second, and Professor third money. The 2:22 class, purse $400, divided, Kentucky Wilkes won first, second aud fourth hcati. King Almont won tiling heat and too, sccoud money, Onawa third; time 2:23, 2,2li, 2:2:$$, 2:22, 2:22$. Pacing race, purso $100, Princess won first heat ia 2:19, Eddy G, second heat in 2;21J. on account of darkness. IcnlU or a I'roiiiluiiut Ilallruiul 3tu. PiTTsnuiMi, Pa., Oct 11. General Geo. JCebb, of Johnstown, Pa., is dead. He was principal Assistant Engineer on the first projected Pacific railroad, the Dubuque cm Pacific, now the Dubuque A Sioux City. Ho was also General Superintendent and Chief Fugineer of tho Cat- awib.su ruiirond and Unci iMiginoer of the Baltimore A Potomac railroad, of which hu built the well known tunnel under the city of Baltimore. He was Assistant General Manager of the Pan Handle system ol lines. ii i Xud lUtg'H lUtTwirau. Fuyebuko, Me.. Oct. 1 1. A mad dog belonging to Joel llobinson, of Bartlett, N. II., bit Mm. Itobinson, his child Freddie, Airs. Robinson's mother, and a neighbor, Mis. Wentworth, and several dogs, a ho dogs are confined, and the result of ti injuries to tho persons are awaited wnli reat anxiety. OlaatM Ball SBotlac. Bosto.v, Oct 11. In a glass ball shooting contest at Walnut' Hul, for the State championship between Uio Massachusetts Kifio Association and the Worcester Sportsmen Club, tho latter won scoring four to tho former's eighteen. CHANGING TIKE. Tho Important Railroad Mooting in Chicago. Propping an Entire RevolnMea In Uallroad Time and Clock of Um PrcjaeoU ayatecn and Advantafcoof OieHystcm Proyoactl An lutcrratlnac DUcatsloo. CnrcAoo, Oct 11. The general timo convention of Uio railroad managers will bo held at Uio Grand Pacific Ilotol. To this meeting there attached unmeao greater importance Uian to I any which has yet been held, because of a proposition to entirely revolutionize the railway timo eysteni of the country. At present it fa estimated that fully fifty diilcrent standards of time are in u&o on the diflerent ruilroads, and it is proposed to reduce this annoying complication to a system in which thcxe will bo but five division. Tho propobed innovation had its inception in the April meeting, and it has since been submitted to all tlio railroad companies in tho Of these tho managers of fully 60,-000 miles of track have voted, in favor of its adoption, and tburo are practically no negatives. But one road has shown any opjiosition to it, and tiiat is an insignificant line in Canada. The following companies liave not yet recorded their votes-. Clricaan, Burlington & Quincyj Delaware, Lackawanna s Western; Chicago, Milwaukee As St Paul; Chicago A JJorthwcstern; Kansas City, St Joseph & Council Bluffs; Illinois Central, and Richmond & DanviUe, making alout 15,000 miha of track. Iiigh oiHcials of nearly all of these Hues have spo&eii in favor of Uie new proposition, and there is no doubt of its adoption. Tho proposition is to divide Uie whole country into five divisions; Intercolonial, CO0 west from Greenwich; Uio eastern, 75 west from Greenwich; the central, 90 wcut from Greenwich; Uio uorUicrn, 105" west from Greenwich; tho PociSc, 120 west from Greenwich. The divisions are 15 apart, which is equivalent to one hour. Ono other matter of considerable the proposition to divide tho clock dials into twenty-four instead of twelve hours, will be ducusscd by the convention. By this arrangement 1 o'clock p. m. would be 24. The supporters of this sclusmo arguo that the present arrangement for designating the lirnt twolve hours of Uio day as Ante Meridian, and Uie last twelve hours as Post Meridian, leads to much confusion, and under the new system no mistakes can be made between the morning and afternoon. While all concede the superiority of the prnK)sed plan over tho one now in use, yet it is feared that to introduce it all at once would result in many mistakes and many accidents. The o'ljectors, however, express a willingness to submit the proposition to a thorough discussion. ALABUXNG SITUATION. CoiinuI Seymour Not Murdered, Hut the C'rlNln HUH ItapcudiuK'. New YortK, Oct 11 The Herald cable says: Although the American consul iu Canton has not been foreigners in that city are still in danger. The new Viceroy, Chang Hai Shing, is merely a converted cut throat, and not long ago flourished as theleaderof a baud ot highwaymen in the northern provinces. Tho Government, unable to capture hiai, mado him a mandarin aud purchased lib services. He has abjured socialism, but hates Uie innovation of the outer barbarian. During the recent disturbances the body of a Chiuesa boy, killed by an European, was left for days lying xn tho street to excite the iuatlcisni of the mob. .Crowds of Chines clustered abont, itinerant ballad mongers singing spngs urging war and denouncing tho foreign udovils." STREET CABST Mooting or the American Association at Clilcatro. Chioaoo, Oct. 11'. At Uio session of the American Street Railway Association, W. II. Hazard, of Brooklyn, N. Y., described tho process of heating cars of the Second Avenue line, Xew York, with a box fur u ace. The general opinion was that thih plan is dangorous and not feasible. 'Superintendent Holmes, ot the, cable car system which has over twenty miles now iu operation, driven by a single stationary engine und tho results aie very satisfactory. It was the opinion that the system of collecting fares with the conductor and bell punch could not bo improved upon. I.iiNt of the V.'tilhUy Chmw. Vasuiniton, Oct. 11. The Iat o( the celebrated whisky cases has been decided by the Secretary of the Treasury accept ing $1,500 as a compromise in tho Hewing ease, which waa tried at Chicago several vears ago und judgment given against the 'defendant for $10!),000. Chas. II. Reed, one of the assistant couiisolin tho Guiteau case, lepresonted Ilessing here, and although Secretary Folgor reached a conclusion several days ago, ho only mado it public to-day. An oiler had been made of $10,000 for thb judgment in this case, hut the party was not considored responsible and his proposition was rejected. IVcath of a Couviet. Thomaston, Me., Oct. 11. Nathnn J Hart, sentenced ' for life to the Maine State prison for tho murder of Sarah E. Mesalvey. at St George, in Deccmbor, 1877, died last night after an illuess of a fortnight - To lie C'renifttiMl. Nkw Yokic: Oct II. The remains of Mrs. Evelina French. whodled on Monday last, were yesterday taken to Dr. Le- iiiolues crematory, at Washington, Pa. SLECTlOinKKHQES. f.atet atlmaM en Ohio and Iowa Kajerlt). emexoo, Oct 11. A epcclal from aX 10 a. m. Bays the Republicans concede Hoadlye election by 800. Tho Democrats claim that fifteen complete returns are in from nine counties tinhi. It is estimated on tiicse that tiie nato stands twenty-one Dcniocrats, eleven Republicans; House DerooocntB, forty-four Itepublicaus, a Dvmoecilao majority on joint ballot for Senator of 20. The JudiciaryAmcndment received a very small vote. The Second Amendment to to was about tliirty thousand. Latest ad-I vices indicate a bare possibility of Us I adoption. LitUo figuring hasliceu done on it I In Iowa Sherman's majority is 25,000 to 30,000. Tiie Legislature is fifty-seven I llepuhlican on joint ballot There fa a majority also for Uio Juno l'rohibititm platform. Tho Tempcranco people aro jubiluut I CoLUaicca, O., Oct 11. Returns received up to tills hour induaie Hoadly's majority to be about 13,000. Tho Second Amendment is defeated bV about 40,000. The Supreme Court is) Democratic. Official returns will not materially change . the above. I Coxtranrra, Oct 11, 2 p. m. Tho voto for Lieutenant Governor on tho republican tickot whilo it shows he rau ahead of his ticket largely in his own county and in several other counties to some extent, will not probably make his vote to exceed three Uiousand nioru than Foraker, who will at Uio least calculation bo defeated by 1000 majority. . . i i i i i Through tide Whirlpool. Huffalo, N. Y., Oct 11. Tho Maid of the Mist was sent safely through tho whirlpool rapids in the afternoon. She passed the whirlpool without entering tho muelBtrom. A scow was afterwards sent down and wassuckod in. Several thousand people were present A Lowiston man tried to get on board and go through on her. He was made to swim ashore. Deavor nul Illo Orande. Lomijos, Oct 11. 5)euver A Rio Grande shares closed dull in the stock market. Tho Standard says Uiat English distrust of American railways has been largely increased by Denver's alleged scheme to create a mortgage of 10,000,000. Io !,-) seH iim a Bnncni'. P.uuSjOctll. M. Do Lesseps gave a grand feto at his country residence yesterday. The rustic population of the vicinity were generally invited, anJ the venerable projector of canals outdanced the liveliest and mast vigorous of the village girls. ArUnmtns WnnlH Money. Washington. Oct 11. Tho State of Arkansas has tiled with the Secretary of tlieTreasury papers demanding the payment to the State of the fourthinstallment under the deposit act of 183tl. Tho amount due Arkansas is $1)5,000. Senator Garland filed an argument with tho papers. Itotli Klllfsl. JHPAYi'TrEViLi.i:, Ark., Oct 11. United Stato Deputy Marshals Perry and while guarding somo Indian prisoners, quarreled over a game of cards, drew revolvers, and killed each other, one firing three and the other seveu shots. i m i Accidentally Shot. Baltimokk, Oct. 11. Isaac White, colored, was fatally shot in tho forehead by tho premature discharge of a gnu in tho hands of Geo. Greene, also colored. White is about 18 years of uge. Cruelty to Detective. Lyons, France, Oct 11. A detective, whilo watching an anarchist meeting in this city, was terribly burned by a shower of vitriol Uirown upon him by somo unknown persons. A Sunb. Pamr, Oct IL Tho absence of the Due do Fernan Nunez, Uio Spanish Ambassador, was particularly noticed and generally commented upon at Uio regular weekly reception of M. Cnalleuiol LeCour. Irish I.eaicucH. Dublin, Oct. 11. A largo National league meeting was held last night at which the receipt of 1,000 from America and tho tame amount from Australia was acknowledged. A IUinlHt Held. Pkoviukncb, R. I., Oct 11. Abraham Minard, a French boatman, was held in S1.000 for trial on a charge of outraging Maiy J. Thompson, fourteen years old. i m 'elelratiui rather Matthew. Nkw Yokk, Oct. 10. The anniversary of. Father Matthews Birthday was celebrated in the Cooper Union by the United Father Matthews societies of this city. NnirocntfU. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 11. Thomas McElroy, 10 years of ago, while at work in a bin at Jottell's mills, was siiflbcated by a quantity of grain falling upon him. ii i n ' ! i Freuoh Military Morvlef. Pirns, Oct, 11. General Cainpinon, Minister of War, has declared himself in favor of enforcing throughout Franco a thieo years military service. End or tin Htrcet Car Ntrllic. Wabhinuton, Oct. 11. The strike on the street car lines has practically ended, tho men returning to work at tho old prices. DiiiiIhIi Arctic r.Eplorcr. CiriasTiANU, The Danish arctic exploring steamer, Dymphnu, put. Into Vardso Island on tho extreme north coasl of Norway. .All on board are well.