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...j .... itetMypM ...j , , ml ' li,H.Hl " BAIfclEVgNING BULLETIN. V(5kV2 il'v) ' . I MAYSVTjJle, KYTUESDAY, OCTOBER HO, 1883. PRICE ONECENT. UBXT. Manufacturer and ortelnptor of Him opIa brated brands of- ., --v - OIQBS Sliver Dollar. Wm. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap- 8: y smoite, a nice oenuueN, loiuwoourdg U1U OIU&O OCVUUU QllCUl, 1HJ BY 1UU, ZVJ A. M.KOGEUH, DEALEU IN- Boots Shoos, Hats1 and Caps. 41 & &c. fi. rachspiy MA YSVILLE, KY A. o.iuiowxi:vg,9ii., ( ,. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence corner of Third and Sutton BtreetH. Will plvo special attention to diseases peculiar to females. aplUilly MAYSVILLE. T ri.vciivco.t DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor, Third and Button titrcct.it mchSOly MAYSVILLE, KY. p S. JUDf ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ileal ltntc ami Collecting Agency. Court St., (ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY. 7j OliT UICIIENOTV, Dealer in Staple and Fancy has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charles H.Frank. apl.Sdly F. IIYAN. J. Gold, Sliver mid IVlchcl ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stamp Work done otf short uo tlce at Maysvllle Repairing Work, No. 8, Seeoud street. apnly J. F.IUAN. TAMKn rfrCAllK, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Peed Stables F Street Haik orders promptly attended to at all times.i. Finest and latest stylo Turnouts, tf lore boiiGht and sold on Commission. Market St. foiii doors below Central Hotel. nl'JS T W. MWUKN rfr IIHO., iVto. 2i, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30, 26, 10, -15,0, W, 65, 70, 75. and 00 cts., 81.00 an 1 fl.25 per yard. tnch31dly JOHN II. i'OYXTZ.Jn,, INSURANCE AGENT. OldeM and best Companies. insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly raid. No discounts No delays. Office comer Third and Market Mre ts. apl6dly T lUiAHKHOU01Taif THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Kilver Goods, Jewelry etc. All woik piomptly and Second Ht Last of Maiket. api7 TACOll L1XX. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysters a specially. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished on short notice. 35 Second St.. maySdly MAYSVILLE, KY. T ANK ile WOHItlCK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. PJansand speclflcations furnished an reasonable terms aud all work satisfactorily and piompur done, umceon 'imru Btuet. b iween wan anu ouiiou. apllldly Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS Second Street, (mh281y) MAYSVILLE, KY. j iAvis( iUUMHHINfl GOOnSmul Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fallstylesjust received. Market St., ap!6dly MAYSVILLE, KY. M IKS. 91, J. MOKFOKI), Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. Bounds and Hats made over iu the latest styles. a2tfd JVTIIN. r. H. COLLINS. MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions, Trices low. Second street, Mis. George Wuriows' old stand. apllGdly TITIHS OTA'fTIK CAItU, Second street, January lilock, Millinery Gootte Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of tho latest styles. Pi Ices Low. mcuSldly fVWEXK .fc IIAUKEEY, Nos,67and 60 Second and 10 Sutton streets, have Just received a larye stock of improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving implement ever offered to farmers. Tho best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apllfl . O HI 31 ON, Dealer In QUEENSWARE, CHINATINWARE, Glass. Cutlery. Notions, etc. No. 45 Market Stieet, East side, between Second and Third, a21d6; m MAYSVILLE, ICY. A MYSTERY CLEARING. MT Tho MurdororV of ZoratBurns'Said to bo Caught. f i Groat Incitement Prevallliitf nt Lin coin The MynterioiiH M'Iie!u Ar- routed la IovrnWlint lift Ha- Allctferi Confession of tho A11rcI AnannMit Who Says IX e IVuh Hired to Do Tho Deed. A Lincoln, Ilu, Oct 29. LateihtTJio excitement here hns been Intensified by Itttei dispatches. These como from Hampton, not Houston, Iowa, and are to the eirect that "VVheodon has not himself confi.sed tho crime, but that through his infonmition th'o guilty uian has been identified, arrestod, and induced to mako a clean brca.st of hlt connection with tho affair. Ho admit killing tho girls, it is asserted, and nuiuiti that ho did tho deed deliberately and in cold blood, having no perbonal motive foi butchering tho unfortunate girl, but dohir so simply because ho waa hirod for the jo and enrnM his money as per agreement Noithcr ho asvissin's name, nor tho nam of tho peiSuti who, ho alleges, hired him t commit tho crimo are yet reiwrtcMl. il excitement in town is now so great that i would not bo safo for either one or tb other to be in tho vicinity and iduutiiud. C courso the statement that the munler wu tho work of a hired assassin turns the a tent Jon of those who aro busplcious of Caj penter towards him as tho one who paid foi the butchery, ho having, they claim, hot tho money " and tho motive. On th ! other hand, those who are frit to Carpenter, and public opin ion Js about evenly divided for am. ngainst him, claim that the meagre purtie ulan so far as they havo been learned tend to relieve him of tho weight ot mi picious circumstances ucdor which he h heretofore labored. Further details ai awaited with Intcnso eagerness, aijd unu they are received all Is mere matter of t4e illation. Lincoln, III, Oct. 20. If attention wn paid to the alarming rumors in clrviuut 'ou tho murder mystery of Zora Bums wi a, bo cleared, up to-morrow, A niyster.ou man has boon heroi a fow days working t together a different clue to thoho hereto. o pursued. He claims to havo soon ovideuu of a struggle, tho foot-prints of a mau am womuii, and to havo found a bloody blunder a small bridge on a road whl h hi. not loen traveled by the detectives. Th return of tho State's Attorjioy may br' v something new and give mi anxious public a better insight than they have yet ob tafned. Chicago, Oct. 20. A dispatch from Lincoln, 111., niv h wilijiwr oxcitomont pr vnils over information from Houston, la., to the effect thutrfiau .iao) tho arre&t of Thomas AVheedon, who 3tnupd ivccntly that ho know important facts n'gardlng Zora Burn's murder. An unconfirmed rumor U pnvalent that coufecil tho murder. VALUE OF AN EYE. T?i Price fixed at Tlvo Thotinaiid IMllarfi. Piuladklpiiia, Oct 2D. The jury in the vnso of Loring Bjarks against tho Citizens' Coach Company, rendered a verdict of M,UXJ for tho plaintiff. Sparks is a young man, and at the time of tho accident upon which suit was instituted, was employed as a eleik in a dry goods store. F i oiiit time he hml boon a patron of tlw coach which nnu a lino of omnibuses through various streets of Camden. Finding tho coach lu dcdnxl to enter one evening crowded ho took a smt on tho briverV box, situate in front of the vehicle. Tho latter iu ap plying his whip to tho honxtt struck .SikuS In the eye with tho lash. In tho eomo n a fow weela a cataract formed over tlu pupil of tho Injured eye, completely destroying tho sight An action fur the recovery of $10,000 damages against tho company was brought by Sparks, with tho remit btated. It was admitted by tho defendants thai passengers were ierinitted to ride on tho elriver's scat when the coach was crowded, and that fares were collected from passengers in this position without objection. Attempted Nulchle. Toledo, O., Oct 20. Emauuel Lecknow, aged seventy, attempted to kill himself at Napoleon by shooting himself through tho head. The wound, howover, it is thought, will not prove fatal, as ho is conscious, and tho ball only passed through tho skin and then off tho skull, Locknow has just got out of the poor house, and Ids sons refused to givo him a homo or care for him. He thereupon declared ho would put an end to himself rather than go back again to the Ioor house. Iontmn Uohheri. Ottawa, III., Oct &). The postofilco at Freedom, in this cpunty, nine miles north of here, was entered by burglars. The safe was blown ojksii and fcfiX) taken. Among tho causes which led to tho 'suspension of tho New York and Liveqxx)! service of the Anchor Lino are said to be tho strong opposition of the oldor lines in that trade, tho depression of freights and tho falling off of tho passenger truffle toward the cud of tho touring reason. As tho line from Liverpool was an experimental one, it Is not likely to bo resumed. The layingfof a new cablej across the narrows in Now York Bay was successfully uccoinpllKhod Sunday afternoon, completing tho system of wires of the Baltimoro and Ohio Telegraph Company between Now York and Baltimore. A Trie; Blows Up Kilttuv tho Crow. J Modilk, Ala., Oct, 20. Tho tug, H. W. Kdye blow up nnd sank in the lowor bay last night She is a complete loss. The engineer was saved, but tho crow of six were lost. A BOY TRAIN WRECKER. no Kmaflhcd Trains In Order "to fiei m the Cars Jasnp." IiANCASTEnjroOct Tlio trial of Jacob Ganawa'y, a' yonth about fourteen years of ago, has Just closed hero. Ho was charged with wrecking a train on the Reading & Columbia Road, which caused the death of George AL Hain, Master Mechanic of tho road, hi May last. Ganaway wo tho most indifferent person in tho court room daring tho trial, evidently not realizing tho extent of his crhno. He wre ked tho train by placing a largo' heavy plank upon tlio track, and then went on a short distance awayt to soo "how the cars would Jump," as lie remarked when arrested. The train was running about fifteen miles nr hour when the engine struck tho plank, throwing It down a steep ombonkment, turning it over on Its side and crushing Mr. Hain under the firo box and literally roasting him alive. Tho fireman and engineer received seven but not fatal injuries only saving themselves by jumping. There was considerable trouble in selecting a jury. Tho do f enso was that tho boy was weak, mindod and not responsible for his crimo. The case was given to tho jury, who, after one and a half hours, returned a verdict of Igullty of involuntary manslaughter, and recommending Ganaway to tho mercy of the court Sentenco was deferred. Frob-ably an application will bo made for a new trial. . A FATAL BLOW. Ono "Sins" With th- Unro Tint Kltlfl a KlMckfttiilUi, Gkaxd Rapids, Mich., Oct S3. At Lowell In this county, Win. Shanley, a dissipated blacksmith, accosted Charles Hodges, clerk at Train's hotel in that village, and renewed a quarrel of the night beforo.; He finally became so abuslvo that Hodges struck him a terrible blow, felling him to the earth. Tlio man lay in a comatoso which was thought to be a drunken stupor, for nearly live hours, when ho was removed to his home, where ho died, without having recovered consciousness. Tho post mortem shows that death was caused by tho breaking of a blood-vessel near tho hobo of the brain. The physicians think that death may havo been caused by dissipation rather than by the blow. The Coroner held an inquest this afternoon, and a verdict was ruv i that tho deceased camo to his death & a tho rupturo of a blood-vessel from causes to tho jury unknown. Hodges was arrested for assault and battery. Ho isa much-esteemed young man, and public sympathy is on his side. FOUL PLAY. SryatrrlouH Death of Llzle lIolmcMs or Grand Itaptds. Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 29. The eoroners's jury investigating tho death of Lizzie Holmes, who was found dead hi bed hero have found circumstances which point strongly to tho conclusion tliat it was a case of murder instead of suicide. Tho theory is tliut homo icrson accompanied her to her rooms on Sunday night, and murdered her for tho purjwho of robbery. It is known that she had about f 10 a day or two before her death, which is now missing, with other valuables. A man to whom sho is said to have been engagul to 1x3 married, and who had formed the subject of frequent quarrels with other men, has disappeared, leaving no clew as to his whereabouts. Tin remains of tlio woman will probubly be exhumed for chemical eramlnation, to ascertain if death was caused by poison. Tlu oroner's inquest Ls still in progress, and a verdict will ut bo rencliel for somo dajs. SENSATIONAL DIVORCE SUIT. The Culmination or Xr. John II. FrJiiUjr tartar. New Yobk, Oct. &). A suit for divon o has been commenced by Mrs. Austin, wife of John II' Austin, of Jersey City, whoso arrest on a charge of abandonment led to the disclosure of his numerous intimacies with young girls throughout New Jersey and Now York. Tho co-respondent will bo Miss Mills, grandilaughter of Cornelius Mills and a member of ono Jersey's City's wealtldest families, with whom Austin was stopping when arrested at a hotel in Red Bank, N. J. Mrs. Aistin said that sho only hod her husband arrested in order that she might get thti papers in hor divorce suit served upon him. The papers were berved last week, wlien Mrs. Austin withdrew tho charge of abandonment Miss Mills is expected to aid Mrs. Austin iu getting her divorce. STRANGE SUICIDE. The Hml Death of u Itonutirm and Gifted Youug Xouly. Newton, Mass., Oct. 29. Mabel Stone, aged seventeen, adopted daughter of Jos. L. Stone, a prominent and wealthy citizen, committed suicide Saturday afternoon. She was very gifted and beautiful, and had all that money could buy lavished upon her. Of late bho has acted strangely, Saturday sho camo down stairn with a revolver. After a struggle with the tho latter wrenched it from her. The girl ran up stairs, took another revolver from a closet, toro horsilf away from tlio housekeeper's clutch, who htu followed her, threw herself upon a bed, placed the muzzlo to hor templo and fired, doath ensuing in a fow moments. She left no message or sign. Her parents were in Boston at the time. A STOLEN CHILD. The fcner Ca Just Uevenled at Erie, 1'rnnuylvanla. Eiuk, Pa., Oct 21 The stolen child found in tho possession of a suspicious looking and partly demented young man, sailing himsolf Thomas J, Roonoy, of Toledo, turns out to bo Mainio Ann Mulcahey, Df Hamilton, Canada, where sho was procured from tho Sisters of Charity, upon conditions of adoption into Itoouey'a family, who axe wealthy people of Toledo, Rooney, who attempted suicide last nighf, has boen using tho child far eaveral months for procuring money and railroad Ho is hold to await tho Arrival :i his father. FATHER HYAOMTHE. Arrival of tho Distinguished Clor. N gyman in Now York. Tho Object or II U TIhU to America ai KxrcHa By Will Attack No ai&n's ralth nnd Expeeu to OflcnU No JI&nlIU Wife's 111. nest at Washington. New Yomt, Oct. 20. Tho Itev. Charlc Loyson, Fere Hyacintho, arrived hero Saturday from Liverpool in the steamer Alaska. He was mot at tho wharf by tho Rev. Henry M. Field, editor of tlio New York and tho greeting between them was very cordial. There was no demonstration and no one but Mr. Field was present to welcome tho distinguished polemic which was inmarkod contrast with tho elaborate reception extended to him on his former visit to this country, soon after his rupture with the Catholic Church. Ha seemed to feel the change keenly. To a reporter ho said : "I expected that my wife would meet mo hero, but Mr, Field Informs mo that she is ill in Washington. 1 will go thero after taking a very brLI rest." "How long will you remain in this couu try?14 "Probably until spring. I havo invitations to Fjeak in tho principal cities of the Union. My wifo Is an American and I am no stranger in this country now. Vhen taken ill, as I havo just learned, bho was visiting her son by her first husband. Ho is an attaclio of tho Treasury Department." "A rumor has been published to th effect that your visit some connection with that of M. Cape, that in fact, you havo come to controvert the dogmas that he maintained." "That story is an Invention,", said Mr. Loysou with an emphatic gesture, "my main object is to raho funds for my mission In Paris. I bhall attack no man's faith, and I shall look for a icpectable hearing because what I frkull bay will ofTend no man. I havo come alo,' ho coutiuued with a pleasant smile, "to study the admirable institutions of America," A SCOUNDRELLY DEED. (JCttluc n IndyM Jloncy ami flooding Iter to th 1'oor House. KewYohk, Oct 2a John Itoilly and Mrs. Margaret Nash, both residents of Williamsburg, were arrested by Central Office detectives yesterday on a charge of perjury and conspiracy. It appears that a short tlmo ago tho accused induced their aunt, a Mrs. Bridget Reilly, aged seventy yean, to givo them $3,000 which sho Iiad accumulated during many years oi service with David Dudley Field and Ma jor McLean, of Baltimore, upon tho promise that thoy would give hor a homo for life. After living with them for a fow weeks, they had her removed and confined in the Flatbush Insano Asylum, and later, ujon an affidavit tliat she had no visible menu of support, thoy had her removed to the Long Island Ahnshouso as a vagrant. The unfortunate lady was traced and discovered by a Mrs. Patchen, with whom bho formerly lived, ami was by her taken caro of. Tho prisoners declined to make any statement. Thoy will bo arraigned in the Court of General Sessions at once. AN AESTHETIC PRIZE-FIGHT. i Two iollcuo Ducleft Have a 31111 in a ChlcUuo Alloy. Chicago, Oct 21W. J. Merrill and Frank Fuller, both from Boston, engaged in a game of pool, and, under tho influence of soveral drinks, becamo quarrelsome and adjourned to tlio alley to settle their according to the manly art. Both are athletic yoiuig men and have taken the full course of physical exercise at an eastern college. Fuller was knocked out and received a broken nose and thumb. The light was a fair ono and no rough and tumble aifair, and, when ono man was knocked down, the otber waited for him to rise before renewing hostilities. After the fight had lasted some minutes, ten policemen stepped up, and, remarking that it 'was a beautiful mill," marched Merrill oiT to tho statical and Fuller to tlio hospital. Th" 'nimg men both belong to good Boston families. THAT RAILROAD ROW. President n ir Arreted for Con tempi of Court. FrrrbBUiui, iJa., Oct. 129. This morning' Deputy ShealtT from Lawrence couut v served a wilt of attachment on T. D. Comptroller of the Pennsylvania Company and Fitssidont of tho Now BiJghtoiu Newcastle road. This is the compniK whMi is 'fighting the Pittsburg, Youngs town & Chicago rood at llockport. Mi Mo RW Wl wp 4 i) w 1 w .1 ( ' contempt of Court and will go tcNowcostIc un Injunction against Mr. Mulder's Com pnny, but it contiuues to lay the track. Tho counsel for the Newcastle road eluini that a suporsldo oswos obtained and luiir. given on appeal to the Supreme Court, uuu tliat tills settles tho mutter until tho Court decides tlio case. GEIQER'S REMAINS After Flvo TToutti Thtty nre Found and Identified ClifGiNNATi, Oct, 1.7-Thu body of ex-Alderman Geiger was found at tho mouth of Mill Creek early Monday morning, after liaving been in th water for Hvo mouths. It vill to rcmembored that Alderman Uoiger and wifo were drowned on tho i&ih of May last while returning from a picnic at IteJchrathV Grove, and in attempting to ford with a horse and buggy Cummins' Hun, which, at tho time, was ranch ewollen by heavy rains. Mrs. Geiger's body was soon found, but until this morning tho ro mains of Mr, Geiger remained Th remains were much decomposed, but wero recognized by papers " 1 A Snit Atcnlnst of tho llonae. Washington, d. a, Oct 29. Tbo trial Df the suit brought by Hallett Kllbourno against John G. Thompson, which, as announoed, will begin here to-day in tho District Court, attracts mucii attention, jut. ivUbourno originally sued for $150,000 damages for falsa imprisonment during tho winter of 1874, when Cougross investigated tho transactions of tho "real-estate pool," of which Messrs. Kilbourno and Latta were agents. Mr, Kilbourno was brought . before tho bar of the House of Representatives at that timo, but refused to testify concerning tho private business relations of tho firm or to produce any books or papers, unless somo member of tho Investigating committee would allege fraud on tho Government in connection with his business. Ho was committed to jail, whoro ho remained for several weeks. He was finally released on habeas corpus, and subsequently brought suit against tho ex-Sergeant-at Arms for damages. In tho first suit tho jury gavo him a verdict for $100,000, which verdict was sot asido by Judgo McArthur on the ground that excessive damages had boen awarded. SInco that time Kilbourno has amended his bill and tlio amount of damages now claimed is $500,000. Mr. counsel Is Senator Voorhoes, Gen. eral N. L. Jeffries, Hon. Charles A. and Enoch Totten. District Attorney Corkhill and Messrs. Shollabargcr and Wilson rill defend Mr. Thompson. THEY ELOPED. Interesting OonHiuencri of Having n Nchooliuurm Hoarder. Marinette, Wis., Oct 00. The scandal of tho day here is tho alleged elopement of W, N. Gray, manager of T. A. Hay's jewelry establishment, and Miss Dell Warren, a school teacher. Tho young woman, who Is a niece of Mr. Gray's wifo, was an inmate of tho Gray household. A week ago Gray kissed his wife, and children good bye, and bidding tho woman Warren adieu, started, as ho claimed, for Milwaukee to buy goods for his house, saying that ha t would bo back in a few days. This was on Thursday. On the Friday following Mis Warren, after being down town, entered tho house apparently very much agitated and informed Mrs, Gray that sho had received a, telegram staging that her, Miss Warren's, father, living at Whitewater in this State, was very ill, and that her presence at his sick was desired, and that It was her intention to start for homo that evening. Not until Saturday did tha situation of affairs dawn on Mrs. Gray, when sho telegraphed to Milwaukee, and Whitewater and found tho truants were not there. Department Itrport. Washington, D. a, Oct . Secretary Folger, before leaving Washington for New York, issued a special order to tho chiefs of bureaus of tho Treasury Department, forbidding them under any circumstance to allow their annuul rejwrts to bo given out they were submitted to hini for examination. He stated that ho desired all the reports to bo on his table by the Lst of November, and that ho would incorporate them in his aimuul reiort to Congress. Ho did not want all his thunder btolo In advance. Tho i;pi I'lonltg Cave, Huntington, Ind., Oct ISK Tho court room has been crowded day after day, listening to evidence iu tho co-so of Charlotte Epps, charged with jwisoning her husband. The State rested Its ca.se and the defend has boon commenced. It Is admitted on all sides tliat tlio State has made a very strong case, proving that tiro woman bought arsenic; tliat the symptoms of Epps1 Illness were of poisoidng, and tliat arsenic was afterward found In tlio liver of the deceased. It will require much evidence to rebut tho case mado out by tlio State. Humored Cabluet Change. Washington, Oct K The air is full of J rumors regarding changes in the Cabinet. j It Is stated on high authority tliat alter tho November elections Secretary Folger will retire from the Treasury and engage in business iu Now York as the head of a now financial exchange Attorney General Brewster will, It is said, ako resign, und re-sumo tho practice of law in Philadelphia. Postmaster General Gresham is booked for tho Treasury portfolio to succeed Folger and a New Yorker will, it is baid, step into tho Postofilco vacancy. . I I.I .11 Ill Accidentally Nbot, CrrEBoroAN, Miclu, Oct. 129. Tho body of Alf Osier, a prominent citizen, who was riupposcd to be lost In tlio woods sinco Sunday, was found a few miles from town shot through the arm, tlio ball then entering tho head under tho chin. A trail of blood feliows him to have crawled fifty rods after lolng wounded. Ho was evidently leaning on his gun when It was accidentally discharged. Ho leaves a wifo and four children. An luhumnu Father. Muskegon, Mich., Oct 29. A man named Henry Deltz is charged his twelve-year-old daughter at Lakeside, near hero, by throwing her violently on tho Uoor on different occasions. A warrant has been Issued for his arrest, but ho has lied. Ofllwrs aro after him. His wifo was taken to tho county house. Deitz is reported to lo worth $3,000. y A Yotinc Horwo ThloY. Tolono, 111., Oct. S21 A seventeen-year-old boy named Fred. Hartbank, of this place, was convicted of horse- stealing in tho circuit court at Urbana, Notwithstanding his tender age, Hartbank is an old offender, but ls still too young for the peni tentiary. A nursling Grliidfifone. Foiit Wayne, Ind., Oct 29. Wm.Waldo, a contractor, sharpening tools on a grindstone run by steam at tho sawmill of J. Peters & Co., was fatally Injured by tho crindstone bursting..