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XJJAJLX BULLETIN t ? rvY0L.;2 NO:;289; x vWr i. MAYSVIDLE, K Y.,?SMON'D A Y: OCTOBER 29, 1883. F! PRfGE ONE' CENTf, ! m . . ,.tiu, 1LLIA3I HUNT. w Manufacturer and originator of tho celo b rated brands of Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap Smoke. Three Beauties, Cord wood and old Slugs, Second Stiect, Maysville.Ky. A 3I.KOGKHS, " DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Scc.SU mchSGly M AYSVILLE, KY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office arid residence south-east corner of Third and, Button streets. Will give special attention to diseases peculiar to females. aplUdly MASV1LLE. A FINCH A CO., " DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cou, Third and Sutton Streets, lichWly" M AYSVILLE, KY. p s.juon, ATTOKNKT AT LAW, Itcul KHtnto and Collecting Agency. Court St., (np!2dly) MAYfiVILLE, KY, oir KIOHESON, fl Dealer In Staple and Fancy aROCEEIES, lias REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charlesll. Frank. apl3dly T F. ItYAN, Gold, Silver and Mcltel ELECTRO PLATING, aud Rubber Stamp Work done pn short Notice at Maysvltle Repairing WojHSv1? 8 Becoud street. apHly J. K.ItYAN. JAMES ACAKU, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Peed StableB Street Back orders promptly attended to at nil times; -Finest and latent style Turnout. Horses bought and sold on Commission. Market St, lour doortf below Central .Hotel, ana J W. SPARKS A 11KO., So. 24, MARKET STHEET. NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS per yard. mch31dly TOJIN II. rOYXTZfJB., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies, lusures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discount No delays. OlUce corner Third and Market streets. aplCdly J IlLAKEHOHOUUllt THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Hcadquarteis forCJocks, Silver Goods, Jew elrv etc. All work promptly and Second Ht Kant or Market, npl7 rAGOU lilNN. BAKER AND CONFECTIGNER. Fresh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread aud cakes. I'm ties and weddings lurnlsheil comlUnayUy M AYSVILLE, KY. j ane v workiok; Contractors, Architects, Builders. pinna nnii unpnitiontinnR furnished an reas onable terms nnd all work satisfactorily and promptly done, uniceon tmtu Nireeu Vnll and Suttou. apllldly ua.cklky, Wholesalo and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. SecondStreet, (mhSESly) MAYSVJLLE, KY. M. DAVIH, ukniniiing uoous una Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, The latest fall styleslust received. Market St., apl6dly M AYSVILLE, KY. 8. m, J. Jioitronn, M Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW, Bonnets and Hats made over lu the latest styles. a22tfd IIS. 1 It. COLLINN, M MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Bonuets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Pi ices low. Second streot, Mrs. George Bunows' old stacl, apllfcdly INS MATT III CAltK, M Second street, January' s Block, Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., o( the latest styles. Prices Low. inchSldly AWKNS A ItAItKIiUY, Nos, 57 and 69 Second and 10 Button streets, have Just received a luryo'btockof improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement over offered to armors. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardwaro of all kinds. apl!6 S SIMON, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery. Notions, etc. No. 45. Market Btieet. East side, betwoen Second and Third, a21d&m MAYHVILLK.KY. - tk . M M THE FAT GIRL'S DEATH uRflorParCToufars bffih'dTfiemisj 1 A A. JL T -" .1 A Vf JT . of Blancho trray. or tlu Most Iloumrlcnblo Bfonfitroftltieft KTcr ob Exliibltioiv Caimo und Iu cldentA r Her IUUijrt Nlzo'nnd'Upotltfon, Baltimoue, Oqt. 2A Tho fat girl, Mrs, Moses or "Blnncbo Davis, who dle4;bero the latter part 6t last wock, was complaining oj beipg M ft" several days, butsbo eoutiiuied ,to Oil her engagement at the Dlmo Museum until Tuesday last, slnoo wldch titno blu has been oonllnod to lior room with a bronchial affection. Her hustmnd, young David Moses, says that bis wife was quite restless during the latter part of her last night, keeping him awako attending to her vwanta About 8 dHJoch lnth morning,' said young Moses, "rny wife turnnid on ccno sido, and as slw an pearwl oomowbot easier, I lay down by her, fooling worn out ruysolf. I kissed her and dozed off. At 9 o'clock I wits aroused by same ano knocking at tho door of our room. I immediately aroso, and the first thins &&& attracted my tittention w.u thiit Blancho was not breathing so lusavily as was usually tho coso with her. I ran U tbo window, raised tho curtain to admit thp light and found that Blancho was dead." At this point young Moses was overcome by emotion, and it was some tlmo before he could conclude by saying that he ojxmedthe door to lei Mr, Hickman into the room., Young Moses says he lias no friends in w York to wham ho obuld telegraph tho new.s, but he had dispatched to one of hertlue brothers, John Gray, who lives in Detroit, Mich. The undertaker says the coilln Is tho, largest tliat ho has ever been palled on to furnish., The aro: ' LengJi, 0 foot 4 in'Ches: depth, 3 feet 2 ilichos: width, H feet Tho gncat length of tho burial case is due to (llie fact that one Just sulllcioutly lung will not fiernilt the necessary numljor of Ioll bearers to Ixxxr tho heavy burden. Tlu fat girl was l)orn In Detroit in Novernlier, 18IVJ, and wiusconsetucntly at tlie tinv ol her death, only navonteen ymrs of nge. Ilcr weight at birth was twontydivo ptuadh nnd her niothcrVdeaUi occurred a fe.w dayv after tho went. Her remarkablo growtli was notioeablo in her early childhood, uud wlkMi only twelve years of ago she wmguod 2."j0 pounds and was inchus in height She never Increased in sttturo SInco that tlmo, but expanded to ejuruuus proportions, 6h$ was first exhibited pub Holy at tlto Bowery Conwrt Hull in New York, where she was recently married at the age of sixteen, though she was put down on tho bills as taiiig only Uiirtoen years of an Tw manager of tho Bowery Hall also exhibited her at Coney Island, and the gieai throngs of peoplo that visit tin. resfjrts uttfiatpopularplacetook a lively in teivst in the monstrosity. The widespread publicity giwn to Uio marriage made hoi quite a celebrity, and she was engaged b a Now York showman to mako a tour ol tin various cities, Mr. Hercog Uiing the first to Mcuro the prixo. This is Uio thinl and was to liave Ik0!1 tho last wook of hw engagement at tho Dime Museum, and Mrs. Moses was to liaveappeurod In Philadelphia on Monday next. Tlio inanuger who had engaged her knowing with wiuit gnat she uKvnded oven to tlio wcond iloor of tho museum birixi, anl luiviug to exhibit her in Philadelphia on tho fourth Iloor, had srvcted a derrick on tho outside of the Imihliug with which she was to havo bevn hoisted up and down each day, AVhen fiwt exhibited in Now York, though enormously fat, slw was wry active and as playful as a child of five years, it toing found very to prevent lior from jumping down from Uio platform. But recently it was with tho greatest difficulty jJio could get on it. During the tinst month slio galnod sixty wvon wuuds. She measured 81 Inches around the bust and 25 oiound tho upjicr part of tho arm. SiihUiIikhI lu II In IXcrmy EniB, Pa., Oct. t!8. Tho htuwy of Rev. H. A, Wstfiih MxaUyr of tho Erlo Church, 1ms been investigated dj a loiutnltteo of Philadelphiadivlnes, tho Uov, M(ssxu Swootzer and Mooro, aud has rw suited In tho minister rosignbig from the Unlvorsalist minitr" upon tho ground that ho cannot accept Its bible as absolute authority on questions of faith. Tho lnvw tigatlng commlttoo urged tho trustees of Erlo Church to sever their connection with Mr. Westfall, but they refused to do so and have appointed him for another ytvir, declaring hU preaching to bo acceptable. For this act of contumacy tho church is liable to excommunication." Tlioti'ustees have been notified, but they are ilnn, and Mr. WesXfall continues to priawh to large crowds. v m m - mm DrnniuCio Copyrluhl Mult New York, Oct. . August in Daly, theatrical manager of New York, has suit for $1,400 damages against S. & D. Armitago, proprietors of the Natioiml Tluvttur, of Chicago, This suit is tho first uiyler tho new copyright laws and seeks damages on account of tho unauthorized rendition of two of Daly's dramas, "Divorce" and "Under tho Gaslight" during last month. Iteductten of M'i:, Jownhtown, ln,, Oct 28. The wiro drawers, employed in the Guiltier department are to U reduced ton per wnt, in wagu from November first, nnd apprentices ilvo IHr cent. The reasons assigned by tho management are dull tnulo and largo stock ou liaiul. The cut will bo submitted to by the workmen, Tlio r.lTQtHl lUiUwfty Caae New YonK, Oct. 38. In tho case of Taylor against tho Elevatod Railroad Company, in which plaiutilf last Monday obtained a verdict? for $50,000 as tho result of tho eocoud trial of tho case, Judge has granted a stay of proceeding poudlng an appeal to boitukeu. TONS OF TREASURE. flow tho Trecloaa Hotal Is Rapidly Accumulating. "" fARrftk6TO)r, D;;a7pct. 2S. Tho cash .in the Tr.eosury coniiiiuos. to pilo up beyond nil expectation, for tho two-fold reason that the receipts have not fallen off to the extent anticipated, and the Pension Ofllca seems to be in a state of blockado, owing to tho failure, it is alleged, fvof cloimanta for arrears to send in additional evidence callojlor n their respective cases. Commissioner Dudley has not called for anything this month, nonwfll Ikj do so, and although ho thought a month ago be would, need not less than $15,000,000 to $M,000,000 In November, it Ls behoved at tho Treasury pepartmont now that he will not uso more than this sum fof'the balance of the calendar, year, including the quarterly payment of fc),000,000 on tho regular roll, which falls due Deoomlicr 4. Should this estimate prove correct only $5,000000 or $6,000,000 more for tho year will be paid on accounts of arrears for tho next two months. Although two calls for $lfyXO,O0O each fall due December 1 and December IS, respectively, it is believed at tho department that at least another for a like amount will have to bo made during the present calendar year, payable early in January, to decrease the cash piling up. Tho available cash now has reached thocnormous stun of over when 10,000,000 less tlian this is considered oroplo for a safe reserve, and it fias frequently been run down to still $10,-000,000 lower without causing apprehension. Another call may bo looked for with considerable certainty within three or four weeks. DRAMATIC TRAGEDY. A Toting Hon Aveue IIIa aiiirdcred Frtthor. New OrleaxsL&.Vi Oct 23. A terrible tragedy has just taken place here, the deed of a young man avenging tho murder of his father, a policeman, wlio was killed In the discharge of hla duty. Ou tin) 22nd of last April, Polioeruen John CoiTey arrested a burly negro, named Alfred Gossott, for larceny, and while convoying him to the police station, Gossctt drew a pistol aud shot CoiTey dead. Gossett was tried last week and convicted of murder in a less than that entailing capital punishment, there leing some negroes on tho jury who would not agree to an unqualified verdict. fY motion for a now trial was mode, and while the iollco were conveying Gossett to the Court room, CoffoyS sou shot and instantly killed his f atiier's xnnrdorer. Young CoiTey is about twenty yoars old. His father was an exoullaut ollleer, and when murdered public sympathy was deeply aioused on his behalf. The City Item gol up a subscription amounting to pvex 2,0Cfc for tho benefit of his family. RED RENEGADES. Xo Truth In the Itutuored Ilnttle with Mexican Troopo. El Paso, Tex., Oct. 2.S. The rumors oi an Indian fight near Cosa Grandas, which have been circulating hi this neighborhood for the past few days, apjear to have not tho slightest particle of foundation in fact. Colonel Fletcher, commanding at Fort Bliss, A. T,, stated to your oorresiondent that ho had rcceivod no information, and was sure tliat General Mackenzie had not. Lieutenant Dust, on General Mackenzie's statT, passed through litre to Han Antonio, and stated that no such now had locu received at district Ivouxlquartcw at Santa Fe. Colonel Undo, commanding the Mexican troops at Paso del Norte, was ulso seen late at night, and statul that there was no such news athls headquarters, although ho hod telegraphed to General Roguera, commanding the District of Chihuahua, for information. Railroad oiuclals of tho Mexican Ontrul also dany the truth of the reported encounter betwoen the Mexican troops and the Indians. A3 TO ACCIDENTS. Nome ITvefnl Ulutfi on flow to Avoid 'lb. en i. Albany, N, Y., Oct. 1S8. Tho Railroad Commishionera have submitted their report on tho collision on the West Shore road iu October, Tho rciwrt holds that the company was at fault in having the operator and agent 000 feet apart, while the engineer was largely to blame. The following recommendations aro made to railroads: 1. That some other signal than a danger nag be used at flag-stations to indicate "passengers," ' 2. That railroads revise their rules with the facts of this accident before them, ft. Tliat division superintendents and dispatchers only be permitted to move regular trains contrary to schedulo time, and rules by orders in writing or by telegraph delivered to the engineer or conductor of the train so moved or held as -provided in the foregoing tqecial rule 4, except In case of great emergency, and that saving of tim must nuver bo regarded as such on emergency, BAD BOOK AGENT. How Ilobcrt THncuT Wan ('ttnfftit In (lie Toil. IjnHANArous, Ind,, Oct. 28. Robert P, Tanguey, a Ixwk canvasser in the employ of M. J. Downing & Co,, Chicago, for Aoveral years, Is a prisoner in the county Jail on au indictment charging grand larceny and embezzlement. The arrest was in ado at Council BlutVs, and tho complainant is his wife, Mrs. Ada Tangney, nee Mann, some years hfs senior. The couplo mot In Kansas City and again In St. Joseph in 1881, and in tho fall of that year they wero married in this city. Twenty-four hours later Tangney starki for New York to lay In a stock of books, carrying with him $000 or $TO0 of lier money. He arrived in New York, but instead of acting In good faith with Mm. Tangney, he went upon a sea voyage, and, after visiting friends in Ireland, returned and rosuinod work for the? Chicago firm, and it is not apparent that ho has ever mado any effort to right ' the wrong inflicted upon his wife. Notwithstanding her grievance tho lady smothered her resentment until the time came to act, and, having located her husband, she caused his arrest. AN UOTATIRAL CEIM). Kidnapping an Old Man in Broad Daylight in Philadelphia. An Extraordinary Sccno Forclg an Aged and Apparently Iltflivcd aud Sensible Gentleman to 2Cako a Jonrney Acalnst II in Will-A Mysterious Case that Xoedn Investigation. PniuuwcLPnrj Oct 23. Near the Bureau of Information at tho Brood street station of the Pennsylvania Itidlroad, a special officer seized a reilned looking old gentleman wearing glasses and having a gray heard. The old man appeared surprised and frightened and the spectators thought it was a friendly tassel until tho elderly gentleman shrieked, as ho clung to the railing: "Good peoplo, dont let him toko mel He wants to toko mo to tho asylum I I a peal to you I I have committed no crime l" Tbo old gentlemen exerted all his strength to freo himself, but was carried into tlw smoking-car bound for Now York and placed in a seat Tho officer then said: "Now be quiet, old man. YouVo oil rightH Standing up and addressing the car full of people, tho old man said : "Gentlemen, let me state my case to yoa, I am an old mau and this afternoon my son assaulted mo on ono of your streets. I own considerable property near Vinoland, N. J., and my son hod charge of it. He sold some of it without my consent. I asked him to render an account of the property, which ho refused. Now he is having mo put away. My only crime is tliat I am old. Is there not some lawyer here who will take my case in hand? Why don't some of you demand to soo this officer's papers? Ho has none.n Tho officer said that ho was taking hla prisoner to Trenton, but further information ho refused to give. The old gentleman again Ptood up and asked for a charitable lawyer to defend him to keep him from being thrown unjustly into an asylum. "Here, in broad daylight, gentleman, von allow on old man like me to bo carried oil before your eye. Au okl man innocent ci any crime except thatof beta old." While saying tlte lest word4 his voice trembled. Ho then looked pleadingly to mch of th faces of tho passengers, who, utterly jowcrla to aid Jifan, tural to eacu other and remarkodc "That man fa not crazy. M At this Juncture the train moved out of tho depot, and the old man with o dch n if bereft of all hope, sank back intr his scat The old man said as the train left tho station: "They cant do anything with mo ir Pennsylvania, so thoy have to take me tc Jersey." It has been impossible as yet t ascertain the name of tlw old man or tlu officer, but thero seems to bo littlo doubt it was a rwo of kidnapping that calls for investigation. LEVY'S QUEER SUIT. Intermttntr Itavolonjnent I'romtfted tli Xante Triil. PiimuELrmA, Oct 2a Juloi Levy, tho jonietist, began a queer suit Sixteen years ago Levy had tbe great pleasure," as ho said in a letter at that time, "of using a sliver cornet lent him by Henry Diston, tho defendant" Levy also took occasion to say In that unfortunate letter that "tho ornet was the Quest ho had over blown." Naturally enough Mr. Diston published Uio letter among several others from dolightl jrformers, each praising musical instruments of his xnako. Now, Ikowover, Levy ! appear to havo changed his xnind. Ho ! Maims that since lt7, when his letter to Diston was written, he has liad the pleasure using a silver cornet lent by another manufacturer, who is alleged to appreciate complimentary letters ltter than Mr. Distou. Mr. Levy iiniraated to Diston tliat he desires his letter In praise of the Distou cornet used as an advertisement no longer. These hints were ignored, and Levy went into court with a bill In equity, sotting forth the facts, and asking that Diston bo n Joined from using the letter for tho purposes of his business. Some' very interesting facts regarding the music trado ore promised. SIMPLE SIMPSON. Tho Question of IIIh MaulCy Before tho War DcxMirtmeul. Washington, Oct 2a The Army Surgeon at Whipple Barracks, Arizona, lias to tho Var Department tliat Lieut John F. Simpson, Third Cavalry, is in tho hospital at that jost, and Is considered to bo insane. Lieut Sltuisou is the officer who a short time ago was court martialed for marrying his mistress, and was to be dismissed by the court, but the sentence was disapproved by the President Lieut Simpson has recently published a card defending tho character of his wife and explaining his own actions, and stating that he had resigned from the army. His resignation has not been received at tho War Dc'iMirtment His llrst wife hail been dead a bhorttimo oidy when tho second marriage, which was tho cause of the court" martial, was contracted. If ho is adjudged to he iusane, the authorities will take steps at ouco to havo him carud for. HIGHWAY MURDER. Rrutnl and Ctowurdly Deed In Wadiwa, Minn., Oct. 28. A man named Gould, of'Stowu Prairie, Todd county, six miles south of this place, was found dead on the highway, having been brutally aud cowardly murdered on Ids way homo from a neighbor1, U was riding horseback through the woods, when some one shot him in tho back with a shotgun loaded with buckshot, the entire charge striking his body, many of them p&HBiug througU Gould was ono oi the oldest cottiers in this vicinity, and had many enemies, and was a terror in the ueighhorhood where ho liveth No arrests have been made, nor is there likely to be, as Gould hod but' few friends in this locality. There aro suspicions as to tho party who committed tho deed. FOUND DEAD. 4 Kys trry Niirrofindlngr the Discovery of n Body on n Uae Ilnll Oronnd. Wauiikoax, Conn., Oct. 23. The bcxiy'bf Mr. Patrick Dillon was found dead on tho Waurcgon base-ball grounds. Two boys who were going over tho grounds came icross him, and, &uposing he was some irunkon man asleep, thoy immediately left for home and informed their parents, who told them to get assistance and have him removed. When help arrived he was found bo bo dead. How long ho had lain there is not known, but it is thought lie had not been there long. He was lying on hi back, his hands closet! upon his breast His hnt lay near by, considerably jammed, as if ho and rested his head upon it. He had on a black coat, vest and overalls, and was bare-rooted. In his pockfctd was found about two dollars, a knife and a roller hook, ho being a mule spinner. About three months igo he moved here, with his family, from East Groenwick, It. I., and about six weeks llnce ho left his work here and went back thero, his folks receiving word tliat ho would be homo about Christmas. Dr. Lewis, of Moosup, Deputy Juxor of was summoned, and he postgoncd tho inquest until to-day. Tlie citizens hero aro puzzled becauso ho wore no shoes or thoy can not understand why a man should walk barefooted with sufficient money in his pockets to buy them. His motlier 6tntes tliat he hadou a now suit of good clothes, hut when found ho had on overalls. Ho was a well educated man and generally smart, but his great fault was drink. He leaves a wife and soveral children, all of whom are nearly distracted with grief at his sad oud. PARDONED. A Stan Who Wan Hentcnced to rifteeu Yearn Imprisonment on Fulsc Cli urges. Albany, N. Y., Oct 23. The Governor has pardoned Win. Rabson, who wai sentenced in Rensselaer county in 1877 to fifteen years' ixnprisonmcntfor alleged rape. Ho was soventeon years old when fmtenced. Tho complainant was nearly tho same age, uud resided with her mother, who kept n disreputable house in Alliany. Tho twe went out together for ride ono Sunday afternoon, and about 3 o'clock tbo next morning tlio girl returned home and com plained tliat she had boon outraged, Hanson was arretd and Indicted. On tho advice of his counsel, he pleaded guilty to a crime of which he fill the time protested he was innocent From affidavits and statement obtained, tho Governor Is convinced that the charge made against tlio prisnui was without foundation, aud that the evidence producedJti its support was fabricated. Tho Prosecuting Attorney who presented tho caso to the Grand Jury expressed the same opinion, becoming convinced that the wliole transaction was a blackmailing scheme. Judgo Strait, who sentenced came to the same decision. - SILVERING COPPERS. An Iutereatlntf Prnccjui In a Court o! Justlee. Kkw York, Oct 15i Von Rennselaci Abnima was put on trial in tho United States Circuit Court boforu Judge Shipmau on a charge of making counterfeit tradt dollars. Doctoetivo Ulackwell of tho Secret Service tostilled that lie had been shad owing tho prisonty since 1873, and had seen him visit motal shops and make purchases. Metal dealers testilled to selling the prisoner block tin and antimony. Detective Scaulan said tliat on Octotr 25, last year, the day of the prisoner arnist, ho went to his residence and found there K) trade dollars In a partly finished state, also five seta of plaster Paris moulds foi making tho counterfeit coin, and a ju filled with a solution. The witness pouri some of tho solution into n glass iu the court and dropped a copper penny into it. When ho took the pieco out it looked like silver. ii .i.. HITTING KUKLUXERS. Every Oim In the G coral a Casea Pound Guilty. Atlanta, Go., Oct 2& In tho Banki county kuklux cases the eight prisoners were all found guilty cm every indictment, und will be sentenced to-day. Judge McCoy, in his charge, said; "It is strange that men should so far forget their manhood nnd so forget their God and tho laws of thciz country as to permit themselves to do such things on a poor, helpless negro. It is a disgrace to humanity and socioty, and I say as a citizen of the United States and an observer, nothing has tended so much to bring this Southern country into disgrace, nothing has tended ho much to put the balance of the United States against us, at this kind of outrage. Thoy aro mean, thoy are disgraceful, they are horrible. Thoy aro things which pcoplo out of this country can not comprehend or understand." COULDN'T AGREE. HcHtilt of tbo ttveoud Trial In a 'a Vicksbuho, Oct. 3a The second trial hi tho caso of A. Farkas, who is accused of having knocked his wife's skull In and then burned the house containing bar corjwe, resulted In a hung jury. At tho last trial the jury found him guilty after three minutou' deUticrathm and sentenced him to hang. On appeal a now trial was granted. He is on old resident und has considerable property, hence tbt cne considerable local interest here. It Is now thought that ho will escape punishment He had 45,000 of insuianco on his wife's life. It will be remembered that he was found tied to a tree .by the firemen and had made no noise alKut the fire. Von HoltheJM Habits. Beulin, Oct 24. Count von Moltko is staying on his estate at Krolsau In Silesia. His life Is very simple. Horeooives friends in the morning, plays whist in the afternoon and works in the evening, criticising tlio paper submitted to him by . the heads of deiwirtmcnta and writing on the margin notes remarkable for tho beauty of stylo and precision of thought .