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WILLIAM HUNT. Manufacturer and orlglnntor or the celev brated brands of OIO-ABS, V At -I. 11. &mv' Br i wv m. m .iut." t BULLETIN. JLjtjL I I A JL f . w j, .wjr ! 'iv j " w w 27.8'. A, :MAYSTOLLE; KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1883. PKICE ONE CENT, BllVer Dollar, "Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap iV HmOKO. Alireo uwuwjw huu ill.) iuiu oiua u1,.u Unnnrl v,v. .. .., MnVRVlllt. .,, v . .---, -- K V. . A M.KOGEBS, DEALER IN- Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. St. incliiJOly MA YSV2LLE,EY. T" BKOWKIXO, 31. 1 'physician and surgeon. Ofllce and residence south-east corner of Third and Button streets. Will pive special attention to dUeatcs peculiar to females. apllldly A1A SVILLE. rixcn a- co.f A. DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third nnd Sutton Street mchCOly MAYSVILLE, KY. ATTORNEY AT LAW. llenl iNlHfciiiMlCollcctiiiKABcncy. Court St., (apl2diy) MAYSVILLE, KY. flOIT kiciikson, rL -Dealer lu Htaplo and Fancy- 1ms REMOVED from hi old stand to the milkllng on Second street lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. uplSdly J F. RYAN. Gold, Silverniiil Klcltel ELECTRO PLATING, cHw. tr tlnnn rY ulinrt no- lice at Mayaville Repairing Works, No, 8, Hecoml street. npl7ly J. F. RYAN. -- - - TAJIKS A CAIUt, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hack orders promptly attended to at all timk Finest ami latest stylo Turnouts. tt, umiit Mtui i.riii nn ('nminiKslon. Mar ket St. four doors Lolow Central Hotel, a!2a T W.NPAUUS a into., No. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS. GIL CLOTHS and Window Simile. Good Carpets nt &".:&, 40, 45. 50. CO, 05, 70, 75. and 00 cts.f 1.00 ai 1 1 tt .20 per yimi, " TOllX B. POY XTX, J It., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures lor full value. Low rates. Lohm promptly paid. No discounts No delays, Olllce corner Third and Market streets apUilly T III.AKKI!OIMlUIl THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. HcRiUiunrteisfor Clocks, Silver Unods, Jew elrv etc. All work piomptly and Second St UMol Mm ted. ap!7 TACOIt MN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Ice cream and mh!o water. Fresh bread aud cokef. Parties and weddings lurnlfhed on short uotico. 35 Seeoud Bt., iuny3dly MAYSV1LLE, irv r am: a wokiuck,. Contractors, Architects, Builders. u.. ..nAm A.ina fiiotlolinil an rrni ouable terms and nil work satisfactorily and promptly uone. uuicuuu iuj.u Htreet. ue iwonn Wnll nml Hntfnn. HDlIlulV DIVI.M II"" mjww TOUItISON A HACHLEY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mliSSly) MAYSV1LLEXY. If 1XIH lUItMHIIING GOODS and OLOTHI1TG, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Tho latest fall stylesjust received. Market St., npltktly MAYSVILLE, KY. trus, jr, j. Moitronii, Third St., opposlto CUrlbilan Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. Uomieu anil Hats made over In tho latest styles. nxnm "VritN. F,n.COIMNN, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Ronnets, Laces and Millinery Motions. Prices low. Secondstrtet, Mrs, ueorgo lsurrows' old stanu. apuouiy vriNS .iiA'rriK CAitu, Second ttreet, January's Block Millinery. Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimrnlugs etc., of tho latest styles. Prices Low. mchSldly 0 vi;ns a uAituiiry, "Jra K7 nml fd UaaimwI nml Ifl Utilttui ottnn(e have Just received u In rye htock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest labor-saving Implement over to farmers. Tho best tobacco hoes iind tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, aplltt SJ N1MON, -Dealer in- QUEEKSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery. Notions, etc. No, 45 Market Street, East aide, between Second and Third, a21dUin M AYSVILLE, KY. the iama fraud. Ono of tho Most Zaring Swindlo3 on Hccord. ZZT,, Arer $10,000 ;Jot Away AVitli ly 9baricrUow th Xfatusf HVnn Don-A Combination Extendi nfl All Ovoi1 tho Country Tho linn In IMttMbure Who Dreamed u Drcnin New Yoric, Oct. 15. Tho wholcmk swindle of fenturday, tho falsification ot tiro result of tho Jerome Park rat'os, b whiclr pool sellers throughout tho conntrx lost&uany thousand dollars, was tho most smicydttd swindle of tho kind ei pcrpetrstcd in flris country. ll involves losrca to tire pool seller throufflrout tc country, which will ncre guto$t00XX), In all probability. Oi thi mtta about $2bfi00 waa lost by the pool uutlersi at 1 si a ml. A lingular, and, to those who bold a certain tlreory as to tho authors of tho Bvrindlo, a significant iavA is tiiut tlws bookmakers of this city lost Dotliing. Their books were hcaty, for tiro KLccs at Jerouro lark wero good money races and tiio odda wrclr ua to in suro coods books- No bta were paid by any aft 1 to bookiaokershereiiiUal uftcr the ccarchisioir of tiro races and their return from Jeroruo 1'ark. If the Uieory advanced by Bevcritl interviews revealing the bookmukom Oi this city as the principals in tiro bchumc bo corroct, thru become vorv signtii cant fttrd ttnda to bear oat (hat theory. lf h tho plau vbb cno of telegraph orjcsBtoor wbo &xa (bo me-sages and the posscsaoo by them, or their aent, of a cipher system used as veil as a dchhor nio LildiQcotion oi the diBpatches sent iit Englwh, thai id without the employment o dpi tor. Xho managera oi the echomc nmst also Ivaro fixed things with the Jockeys to tho first and lost two races. As tiicir played, the iriiincrs jdiiyid each of tlite in every City in the countrv. It also involved tho eniiilojinent ti u u in Baltimore, ririladelpliia, Chicro, 1 1. Louis, J Jos ton and other placvs to do tho betting, all oi whom worked on tiio mime nlaa as tltat employed at Coney Inland. That tho telegraphic company did not interfere with tire success of tho fraud is manifest from the fact that tho reports from tiio races manipulated went through as tho gamblers wished. They worked tiro last two races through the jockeys, presumably because their bores before tire races, Con-stamina and MrOownn, did win anil they did rrot treed to tamper with the wires or falsify returns. PiTTSUUiui, Pa., Oct 15. It apjears that a nmu who win a Btranger to the local boUiug men, represented here the iool room sharpors who lapped the Jerome 'ark wires, lie gave the initials "it. J," and bought tho three horses scut as winners iu the bogus dispatches. lie won $1,500 and bus since disappeared. ile told &omo of the pool room people Ire had draumt what would win, and that was why lie bought so heavily. Nkw Yoiik, OcU 15. The tanping of the wires of the Western Union Telegraph Company on Saturday, by moans of which bogus despatches were sent all over the country announcing fain results of the Jcromo Park races, and through which nearly $100,000 was lost by the ko1 sellers throughout the countrv, remains as much a mystery as ever Little sympathy is felt for the vfetnui.ed pool tollers by the public at lare, owing to the enormous odds linked by them on tvrum bonnes. Pres Agent SomervHle, of Union, was seen this morning b a reiorter, und in answer to un in (juiiy, said tho er(etrator of tin tapping had not yet Itten discovered, hu a rigid iirvottgatlon is iu progress ami tho company would leave no stone unturneu to protect its business lrom such swindles in the "What do you think of the threat of tho victiumed pool sellers to sac the company for damagesV" "That is all idle talk. Tire coin (may can not be held responsible for such an up set, any more thuti it could for having had aent over its wires n forced dispatch.' "What is your theory as to the manner in which tho swrnuio was curried out?" "The wires were undoubtedly tapped, probably horn ' some nrivato residence in this city and the genuine dispatches taken oil und converted into bogus one. Tho operator at Jerome Park has been . the position for a number of years and the entire coutidence of the coirpany und wo have no reason to stiHect that he was iu the piot. Tho tapping hIiows conclusively that some one lamrliar with the o tho Western Cnion had a hand in it'1 "Incuse tho rascals are discovered, what course will the company pursue V" "Prosecute them to tho iiiil extent or the luw. it is a Siutt piou otleuco to cut the wires of a telegraph company or send false information thereby." BAILROAD SIASH. A oiuillc4Ulon of CoIIIhIoiin on the Erie Jlnllwuy. IhNaiiAMTON, N. Y., Oct. 15. During tho night aud morning three collisions occurred on tho Erie Kailwuy at Barton, thirty-four miles west of here. Conductor J, C Sabiu, of Hornellsvilie, was killed Ilia train wus run into the leur by another traiu at a point where Uu.ro wus u bhari) curve. Later, another iocowotivc collided with a freight train that luid loen held on the side track, aud tho engine aud nino cars, loaded with ltro!cutn, were wreckml. Another freight Irani e.iruo on at full speed and tho loco motive ran into tiro debris and caught lire, burning threo engines; two freight curst, two cabooses and uine of petroleum, besides dostroyincf about 200 toot of double truck und tire tehcranli linos. The total damage will reach about Si5U.UK). QUEEB ROBBERY. TlreBlnnrurer or the Mnomnny Ityo' Claim n Heavy Ivmm. Ciiioaoo, Oct. 16. Mr George liobcrts, irmaager of tire "llomany Kyo" Combination, clainrs to havo been rob bod between four and six o'clock in the morning at tho Tcemont Houw oi 271 cafdi and a gold n&ch xad chain vahioi at $200. Last emxiqg'&e entire cemijooy hit for tire Sast rnriUro Kr. KobertS dcclirng to p;ry his hill art tiro hotel Before leaving he said that after the performance Saturday night he remained at tho theater superintending tire packing of tho8cenery. lie was engaged until nearly 4 o'clock, when, taking the company's share of tho receipts for tire evening, $771 he went to the hotel. With the clerk ho left a check and retaining $'271 to pay his t own bill and tho rt41roud faro xor tho mr. Itobcm claims that no pent to his room, bolted tiro dWr placed die money in au inside pocket (i hrs coat and tirrew the latter over a chair, lie retired and aro&o at 0 o'clock. When Iw got up he found his money, chocks, watch nnd drain gooo. Tiio bolt azzd look wcro broken oil irotn tiro door. Hn hnmedwtuJy presented a bill to tiio dfezk for $01, which was rerjeeted in part. Tho hotel men claimod, Mr. IloberU says, tixdb they were not nsspoTtsiblo for the loss. rJCiicy effcrcd, however, to make good tho loss of fkbO watch and charla. Tills otter th tibeorrical man reioucd aud he also declared when leaving last evening to pay his own hotel bill of T4) The Tremont clerfes in charge nnd a house detective said that no robbing had boen cvimitted, and that tf one had occurred they knew notM&g about ii. , HORKCSpg AFFATR. ANttto Ctiarotrxo TVro aud Iturna Alive CAiiCAzc, La-, Oct. 15. A negro named Lewis Woods was tried and convicted at the last term of court for criminally assaulting a colored girl, but escaped from in less than a week. After lus cwr.uw Kl committexl a becoud crime on a whrto lady, which so enraged tho pcoplo that everybody turned out to puisne hun. lie, togother with another escaped convict, a white murderer ruuood ilartin, were finally captured by a ShcriiTln ToS3 and taken on a train for Lata Charlea. "When they ucachod Kdgerely Steion, a largo crowd had assembled aetllho Shcriil, perceiving thL threw n guilt which was in tho car over Martin go that tho mob saw only tire negro. They seized tho latter and dragged aim a ehost distance from tho depot, where they chained him to a tree and covered him vrfth piuo knots and chiiM. The rile was then lighted. The agony of the man wanuo InXenso that hb hornblo enes and shrrolucoolu bo hoard a long distance.. After ho was dead the crowd started for tho jail to get tire murderer, but tho ShcriQ hod secreted him. Xkw Youk, Oct. 15. Wong Chin Foo, 'editor of tho Chinese-American, disamwared and Tom Leo, ej. Deputy Sltcritl, Clim Lip und Wang Widt. Cniuese merchants of Mott street, Irave also drsapperc!. Somo suf that Dennis Kearney, who was recently clmlleiued by FiH, was chielly iustnuirental in the departure, 'whilo another htory is that the Chinese gumbloN whom were the main cause. Won' Chin Poo is thirty-one ye aw of ago and the mjii jt u Chinese o'ciul who wus executed for rebellion. hen Foo became of age he Joined tire Clihuc Liberals und lot this indihi'ietiou was driven from his native countrv. He htarteit the about a year ago arrd wu chielly iuttrumental'in breaking up the Chinese dens of vice. A Ghofltlj' fitv Null. Eiu P:i , Oct. 16. Miss Teresa arrived here from Ireiund last week alleging that tho was driven by the unquiet hpirit of her dead brother, Michael Condron, to come to Krie and dipocss James Young, who, tlve spirit told her, had fraudulently p.! himself of Uro estate of the deceased brother, valued at $10,000. Miss Condron did as directed and immediately brought suit agaiirst Young with evidence witlicient to secure a verdict in her favor. Swindling Chicago, 111., Oct. 15. The loss to local by the "tapping" Saturday of Western Union wires and tiro distribution of bogus information regarding Uio results of tho Jerome Park raced is about $5,000. Half of this amount was paid out by W, Kiley & Co., aud tho rest was divided between threo und four houses. Riley expects to obtain tiro return of about Sl,oU0 paid out to his regular customers. - !.. i Drowuoil In u Keltic of Wntor. Galkna III,, Oct., 14.-A child 13 months old of Mrs. James Dunn, residing in Lena Township, not fur from this city, fell into a kettle of water yesterday during the temporary abcnco of its mother and was drowned. Tho littlo ono had raided itself upon the kettle 60 that its body balanced, and falling head foremost into the water, wassuflbcated. Tli Yellow Fovp South. Washington, Oct. 1 5. Surgeon Stone. of tire Marine Hospital acrvice, stationed at Savannah, (Jju, has boon ordered to proceed to Krenton, Ala., and investigate tiro alleged yellow fever epidemic at that rdaco. Tho Louisiana bOrto Board of V alth has been requested to wind a inspector with Surgeon Stone. . Ill ..I Ml- ..I .1. II J.mvcr 3tlHHJual0il JIalU. WsniNOTON, D. O, Oct 15, Tho contract fo: carrying tbatnuil on tiro Lower Mississippi was awarded' to .Times Q. Stewart, of Mobile, ni tho following figures; Natchez to Vjobstxarg, $11,750; Natchez to Bayou Sara, SIS LUGO; Baton Rouije to Bayou Sara, $8,0501 The Eervice will bedn January 1, 1884. GEORGIA Trial oftho Banks County and Bailies, lllatory of the Kmctjnt Itclffn or Terror Somo of tho focIa or thK Inrtecent iHunir'fttel In tho Trial Decent CUlriin JInvo no Sympathy with tho CrliulualM. Ga,, Oct. 15. Tho Bankr Countv cases will come up fo. trial In the United States Court row, and "will create a sensation. The persons who arc charged with having connection with the utfair havo boon indicted and are now under bond in sums ranging from 1,500 to 52,500. Four membcra of the Yarbonmgh family Jasper, Ode, Seal and James aro among tho iudlcted ay are also R Ii. Gnxmc, Suite Lemons, and others. Tho alleged outrages veru committed several months ago and caused a reign of terror In Banks county, especially among tho colored pcoplo. The citizens hold a meeting when the marauding was at its hciglit und denounced it in unmeasured tenmr. In Banks and Jackson counties the negroes havo begun to accumulate some property. There waa in Banks county lor eeveral montlrs an clement of white people who decided that the black men ah ou Id go, and he was ordered to take up Iris bed and walk. As a means of emphking, tho proclamation, men of a wild and reckless crew made nightly raids around tire country, carrying consternation ahd hickory withes to tho cabins of tho colored men. A number of negroes were used up. Somo wcro idiot, otliers were terribly whipped, and ono or two wero killed. Berry Sanders, a derer old negro, was shot in three places-ea he started to run from his houuc when the marauders surrounded it and threatened to tire it. Two of tho balls are dill in his body. Negroes who have been before tire Grand Jury tdrowed plainly the marks left by whippings and beatings. Tho Grand Jury compelled to remove their clothing and exhibit tire scars, and one of tho outrages was reported as follows: Balden went to the house of Cadbush, knocked down tire door, ran in ou him, knocked him on the head with a pistol, dragged him out of doors and hit hhn ono hundred and seventy-five lashci on his nuked back with hickory sticks. RACES. Tho National Jockey inh Ucftlnjr Iu Chicago. "Washington, D. C., Oct 1& Thii weeks meeting of the National Jockey Club at Ivy City promise,- to be tho most interesting one in tho history of racing at the National Capital. Although the youngest Jockey Club iu the country, the National. now ranks among the best, iu all that goes to make up a first class racing organizttion. This will be its fourth meeting aud nevor before perhaps has so much interest been manifested iu any racing event here. Tho raoes will begin on Tuebday and continue throughout the week. The entries number about 200 horses, of which have already arrived at tho ntuhles and the remainder are expected here. Tho btables of P. Lorillard and Dwyer Bros, are at tho track. Lorillard lias sixteen races, among them lroquis, Parole. Gonfalon, Drake Carter, Leo, 1tearro anil Huron. With Dwyer Bros' string are Checkmate, Goo, Kinney, Eucador, uml Boot-jack. Fred. Gebhard'e Kolo will bo here. The' big rMxs of tire meeting will occur on Wednesday, for the District of Columbia b takes, which hu been made an to give Iroqnis, Kole, Geo. Kinnev, Gen'l Monroe, Drake Carter and Heveral other horbcs an opjortunity to settle tiio contested question us to which can run Uro fastest A Wild Itaatt nt Larue. New Yoaic, Oct. 15, Last night John Donnelly remonstrated with Thomas Carroll for abusing a helplessly drunken man at tho corner of First avenue and Forty-seventh street. Carroll turned upon Donnelly and stabbod him in tho' buck with a longbludcd knife. Tire blade fenctrated the left lung and Donnelly wus taken to llellevuo Hospital, dying. Carroll is under arrest. Fatal I'nnlc In a Kyungognc. Moscow, Oct. 15. Whilo services were being held in the Jewibh synagogue iu the town of Ziwonka, Government ol Podolia, on Saturday, a cry of tire by some un- Known person caused a panic iu the gallery. In the scramble that ensued forty pen-on s were trampled to death and some fifty others injured. I - I I ! Tho CuHtnlla Aeehloiit. StKurtfKY, O., Oct. 15. Tire loss of life by tho accident at Custalia, caused by tho ellbrt of a party to drive across tho I., II. iV W. R. It., proves to bo larger than was at first reported. The dead arc Martin Kroek, Charles Schrowchow and Henry Cnrhon, who wero instantly killed. Tiros. Lanmuu was seriously hurt. "'' 11 ! A DlfiUnuiitflhcMl I.ndy rHal Puovidenct It. I., Oct 15. Sirs. Fannie S. Spnigtm? mother of ex-Governor and Amasa Snrague, died Saturday night at Groton, Conn., at tho house tf Jier danclrter. She was eighty-three pears of age. The cause of her dcatli was apoplexy. Slio tt& tho widow of A muss opraguo who woe murdered in 1814, Atriito AiBontf.'tho 3Xlior. Prrxsinmo, Oct. 16 A sjecial froi Fainnount City, in tho Dubois region, says thatovcrythin la quiet among the minora aud that there a no prospect of a disturb once. Prnkcrton men have charge and are quietly awaiting developments. AAICASB. A Coward rtaacrta UN FatntrjCanit ltiv Yerrtolo affcrinff. Fall ttiveu, Mom.. Oct. 15. A. few months ogo, un English family oi four, named Lupo, a man, his wife, agixl of fifteen and a boy of twelve, came to this city. Tho father shortly afterward his family and rreMirued to England, Vaving his family penniless. A resident whose wife was iu, received tho deserted farailv into his house, ottering them food and shelter. The woman became melancholy and lrcartbrokeo aA the desertion of her husband. Ono night she went out with her boy. On reaching a point on the road where there is a deep pool of water, she told tho boy to return to the citv and tell them that they would find her body there. The boy, frightened, obeyed, A careful search revealed no trace of tlm woman until Saturday night, when the police were informed that a strange woman was wandering in the woods near tho water works. Tho JofBccrs on searching found a woman in tattered rugs with dishevelled hair and having ever appearance of insanity. She was identified us Mrs. Lucas. She was again taken charge of by the kind-hearted family who have sheltered her children tho past month. During four weeks Mrs. Lucas Iras had but two meals, and these during tho first few days of her wanderings. She subsisted on berries and what , fruit she amid gather. When sire went i away slve weighed nearly two hundred 1 pounds, but now her weight is less than pounds, being reduced almost to a skeloton. That she survived the j severe storms and sudden changes of tho pant moot a is wouucrini. oucn was ner condition that had she not been found she would have perished in the storm wlrich raged last night. PAYNE'S CHAIfCES. Northern Ohio JK'iiroeratA Hald to Have TDroun llooUwultpr Owr. Cwsvixant 0., Oct 15. Thcro considerable excitement herein political circles over tho Senatorial muddle. It was all along thought that "Boss" Farley had bceu working in tho interests of Book waiter for Senator Pendleton's thoc. It now booms that Bookwalter'b name has been used as a blind, and that the real candidate is none other than Henry 1$. F&yne, who is not only anxious for llio Ohio Senntorbhip, but who is 10 be put forward by his friends or the Presidential nomination m 1834. t is said that Mr. Payne will have tho ntire Northern Ohio Democratic mem Urs of the legislature solid. His friends iro confident of his success. Witlr no i nemies, with a high social and political name, rich, and in the confidence of Samuel J. Tilden, they think Payne will stand an excellent chance for the nomination. Among the young Itepublicans of this city there is a good deal of specula-lion about Ohio's choice for the Presidency, and there is some talk about the orgauiration of clubs favorable to Robert Lincoln, of Illinois. Hystemutle Forgery. IiOWELi Mas, Oct. 15. Ijowis E, Far-well was arrested for forgery in this city Saturday afternoon. He is a shoe dealer and has outstanding notes with Husmer, Codding A Co., of Boston, bearing the bogus indorsement of Charles K. Carter, druggist of this city, to the extent of nearly $15,U00. He recently compromised with another Boston firm who d hoovered similar roguery, by giving them a new note forSSOO on property indorsed by 11, Ii, Knight, of this city. Fur well has carried on these practices for over a year. He is about thirty-five years old and has a family. Strike Threatened. London, Oct. 15. olio colliers in nine di lie rent counties in tho Midland und North of England, threaten a strike unless their demand of a 15 percent increase in wages is complied with. They allege that the coal matters are profiting enormously at the present rates and can well afibrd to pay the increase uakod for. "-'- ' -- $20,000 Fire. Brockton, Mass., Oct, 15. A block of two and a half story wooden buildings at the north corner of High and Main streets occupied for business purposes, was nearly destroyed by Wcq Sunday morning. The .cause of the fire is unknown. The looses aggregate nearly $20,000, which is covered by insurance. The tueen IUhhocI. Cork, Oct. 15. A large National League meeting was held liere on Saturday evening, at which violent speeches were made and the (jueen was vigorously hhscd. These domouhtrations led to some subsequent fighting, which, however, was suppressed by the police before it had assumed the proportions of a riot. Murderous Prize rich!. Nkw Yoimc, Oct. 15. Four rounds of a prize fight for $400 were fo tight with baro fists by John Sligo and J. McManus on a North Kiver dock at an early hour Sunday morning. In tho fourth round was knocked down insensible and Iris seconds had half un hour's work to bring him to Iris fiends, litfttunfly Killed.' t'oMTMiira, 0 Oct. 15. M. Schilling, a (iermun, aged about 110, a molder by trade while intoxicated laid down on one of the abutments of the New Broad street bridge. Ho afterwards rolled oft, fell about fifteen feet and was instantly killed. i PriMiiler Ferry N pea Us s Flcco. H'AvltB', Oct. Fairy was entertained n a banquoblast evening. In replying to'an'uddrcsy ho -made-no i foreign politics, but bitterly attacked tho irrcconeilibies, ascribing to them tho instigation of tho insults offered to King Alfonso at Paris.