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I V 1 i W .W.H J. i m iiiiin i 1 1 1 1 1 I 11 A TT ,V EVENING BULLETIN. v ,S A .V ' V VOL. 2 NO. 292. MAYSVILLE, KYn THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1B83. PRICE ONE CENT. t 4 v HUNT. Manufacturer and originator of the ccio brated brands of CIGARS, Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt'eDnrk Horse, Happy BmoUe, Three Beauties, Mnysvllle.Ky. Land uoiu mugs, Hecond Btrcet, M.KOGEUH, DEALEIl IN- Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. St mchSOly MA Y8V1LLE, RY T". BROWNING, M. D., 'physician and surgeon. Office and. residence south-east corner of Third and Buttou streets. Will glvo special attention to diseases peculiar to niaies. aplHdly MAYSVILLE. "T FINCH A CO., """ DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mchaQly1 MAYSVILLE, KY, ATTOKKr AT IAW. ItcnlEMuto and Collccllnpr Agency. QourtBt., (npl2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY. OIjT KICHEHONi fl Dealer in Btaplo and Fancy GBOCEEIES, has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied b Cbarles ll. Kranlc. upUdly T F. RYAN. Cold, Silver iumI NlcUcl ELECTRO PLATING, nml Rubber Blnmp Work dono on short nt Mnysvlllo'ltoi.nlrlng WoiUs.N". 8, Becond fetreet. upniy U .' '. TAJIKS A JAlUtf (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale und Teed Stables Street ilnrk ofders promptly nted ont all times. Finest and latest btyle Turnouts, Mar Horses bought anu koju ouvoiumiNiim ket St. four doors below Central Hotel. al23 .Nl'AKKH 11RO.. Ao. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades, CawU t Wt 40, 45, 60. U), 03, 70, 75. and 00 cts., f LM ' J- per yard. roc" TOXIN R.rYNTZ,JU., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies, Insures for full value. Low rates.- l.ossci iruiupioj; No discounts No delays. Otllce comer and Market streets. aplGdly J.1 RliAUKROROmOU THEBOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE, Hendquartofs for Clocks, Silver Uoods, etc. All work promptly and done. Becond St., Last ol Market. ap!7 " JACOB MNN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh OyMers n specialty. Fresh brent and cakes. Paitles and weddings .lurnlnlied short notice, ou MAYSVILLE, K. 35 Second St.. may3dly T ANK A WORRICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work tntlrfnctorlly and nrnmnti' Hnnn. I lfll PA OU XI117U PlllXU tJV tweeu Wall and Buttou. aplUdly A UACKIiEY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS, Second Street, (mh2SIy) MAYSVILLE, KY. M RAVIN, TURNISlIINCa GOODS niul OLOTHIIsTG, Hnis. Cims. Trunks and Valises. Tho latest full stylesjust received. ,, T Trv Market St;, aplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY, ItN. 91, J. MOItrOKD, M Third St., opposite Christlau Church, Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Junt rceolved nnd prices VEttY LOW. Bonnets and Hats made over lu tho latest styles. a2;ud US. F. II. COIiliINN, M MILLINERY aftd DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of lints, Bonnets, Lnces nnd Millinery NoliouB. Prices low. Second rtreet, Mrs. George burrows1 old stand. apUOdly INS 91 ATTIC OAlUl, M Second ttreet, January's Jilock. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of tho latest styles. Prices Low. mch3Ulty HXNS A IlAItKIiEY, 0 Nos.57nnd 60 Becond and 10 Button streets, havo Just received a lare stock o( improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving implement ever offered to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds. apU8 S SIMON, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery, Notions, etc. No. 45 Market Street, East side, between Becond and Third, a21donr MAYSVILLE, ICY. HON. BEN BUTTERWOBtrf Gonorol Satiflflaotion Folt Ovc: His 'x ' p.ocont Appointment III Great Popularity Amonv Politician and Statesmen of nil Pnrtle Homo of nia Vat Victories and NUlli of Ills Iilffe. Washington, D. 0., Oct 81. Tho appointment and confirmation of Hon. Benjamin Butterworth to the of Patents is received with more general satisfaction than any nomination that President Arthur has lately made. TbrHifwmfh fa tint OIllV Unusually popillai with all Members 'of Congress, lrmiMSPtlvf of party, and otlicr ofllcials with whom he has come in contact, but is personally much liked among tho loading families hero in tho city, and the prospoct of lib corrtmwd reaidenco in Washington is coidi I airy welcomed. It ia an open secrot that President Arthur desired and intended to mako Mr. Buttenvorth Postmaster Goneral after the death of Mr. Howo; but Indiana had a good man for tho place as well as strong claims for recognition, and Mr. Gresham was selected. rh. ofllco of Commissioner of Patents is, how everjono which should by righta rank n-high as tho Postmaster Generalship, though it is not of anaturotobringltso much under public notice Tliere are nearly five luiui' red employes under tho Commissioner, am1 thp pay roll foots up to nearly $(XX),000 por amium, It has furthcrmoro attached to it that roquiroboth very gravo responsibilities sound judgment and tho steictest Integrity, and ono reason of tho general Batist'ation over Butterworth appointment, lies In the well-known fact that ho possesses the qualities to an exceptional degree. II N good, clear common sonso isprovcrbial, and his honor has novor been questioned oven by his strongest politdcal opponents. Jlr. Butterworth is of Quaker parentage. John Linton, wlio was conspicuous union? thoso who came to Pennsylvania witl William Pcnn, being his ancestor on hh mother's sido. Butterworth's father w in to Ohio froin Virginia in l&l, and, unti Ben. was eighteen years of age, lu llvetl on tlie farm vith such ndan tages of education as farmers' cliUclrtu usually had in Xhoso days. He studied law in Cincinnati with Durbin Ward and Wm. JL Ramsey, remaining with them twt years ami graduating at tho Cincinnati Law ScliooL Uis public life legan in WM, when ho was appointed Assistant United States District Attorney under Warner M. Batoman. In Wl ho was nominated for tho State Senate in a strong Democratic district, nnd by his great personal popularity nearly overcame! is opponent's majority. In 1873 ho was noiriAmted for the State Senate by tbe Republi&lns and elected by eighty-six votes. At tho expiration of his term ho movod to Hamilton county, and in 1879 wds nominated for Congress by acclamation by tho Republican Convention of tho First Ohio District, and, after a long and heated contest, elected. Ho was by acclamation in 1880 and reelected, and again in 18S2 was renominated, but, owing to tho liquor question split among tho Republicans, was defeated hi common with all the rest of the Republican ticket In March last Mr, Butter-worth was appointed by Attorney General Bruwbter to assist in the trlul o tho election canes in South Carolina, and during tho summer was selected by tho President as ono of tho inspectors of the Northern Pacific Railroad. His apioinlinent to the Commissiunerbhip of Patents occurred but a few weeks ago and ho was confirmed lost week. Ho Is at present visiting his parents, who btill reside In Warren county, Ohio. Ctilnatnon In llio Sniiilwlch Island. "Wamiisoton. P. C. Oct. ill. Mr. Dor gett, United States Minister Resident at AUjluiur reixjru to uw Deiwutmcnt o JStute that, at a recent mooting of th Hawaiian Cabinet, a of April i 18SIJ. protesting ouinst a further imniiurn tlon of Chlnc&o male lalwrers into the Hawaiian Islands, wasrosclndcd, and a resolution atiopuxl iuiiiouu, uuuiorizmg the of such laborers, under certah restrictions, at a rate not to exceed COO in any throo muuths. The icu.son for thl change is understood to be owing to the great number of Chinese, laborers who annually return to China at the expiration of their contracts. 8ltrldnn' Sncceuor. CniCAOO, Oct 31. Major General John M. Scho field, late Coimnandant of the Division of tho Pacific and succcKsor of General Sheridan in command of tho Division of Missouri, arrived in Cnicago yesterday morning from San Frnuclsco, He was accompanied by his wife and twt daughters and by his personal btair, Col. "Wm. JL Wherry ondMJeut. C, B. Scho-field, and Is stopping at the Lcland Ilotel. Tho General is of medium height und inclined to bo floshy. Ho lias white hair and a ruddy pleasing face. Ho has no intention of removing his hcaduartcrs to &U LouLs. NlmUlnir Down thfl Hpll TiicforleN PrxTSnuiui, Pa,, Oct. 1J1. The manufacturers of rail road spikes have decided to closojlown factories for two weeks. Tho establishment of Dolmorth, Parker & Co., has been emit down for tho last week, and no little curiosity has been occasioned among tho workmen, who claim tlmt the stoppage was not caused by alack of orders. It is said that tho spiko manufacturers of St. Louis, Chicago and Richmond, Va( will ail combine to shut down the factories for a short time to sco what effect it may have on tho market, ' - i The Ireldeut nud the Lotteries Washington, Oct. 3L It is stated that the I'rohidout has decided to sustain Petit master General Gresham in his war on the lotteries, A momorlal numerously signed by New Orleans merchants presented tht other day, asked him to rescind tho order o Postmaster General Gresham. COME BAD NUNS. A RnmorThat Thoy Ilavo Pecnmped With O0,00O, Cleyelaot, Oct 81-Tho startling disclosure was mado here to-day that throe nuns' connected with a charity hospital hero havo decamped with $(30,000 belonging to their order. Tho nuns having charge of this hospital are of tho St Vincent de Paul order, and own a convent an Monroo street, where the majority of them live. Years ago the convent vms deeded to them by Bishop Bajm, since which time they haare held ft In their own right Recently, it is alleged, Bishop Gilmour has endeavored to compel tho nuns to observe certain rules which were distasteful to them, A mutiny waa tho result, and In order to got even with tho Bishop tho three nuns gaSiorod unto themsoryes $00,000 In cash and bonds, and decamped. Tho mat ter has boon kept very quiet, but it lcuuea out late last night Archbishop KIder, of Cincinnati, said: "I have heard nothing about it Commonly such matters oro not brought beforo mo, but before the bishop of tho diocese. Of course, in case of an appeal, I am consulted, am 8urprisod at tho ncwi and can't conceive wby tho sisters should Jiava so much monoy. Thoy don't gcnornlry accumulate, but perhaps thoy have funds invpsted for the purpose of affording iwcnuo. Tho St Vincent institution Is quite largo, with sisters and 250 orphan inmates," Having received no ofllcial notification of the matter, tho archbishop had no opinion to express. EXTENSIVE FIRE. learning or a Inrre Rloclc In Tict York CiCy. New York, Oct 31. At 3 o'clock this morning tho thrco story business block on tho western side of James street, near the Central Railroad, between John and Front streets, was nearly all destroyed by flro which originated in Tully's boIooi in tho middlo of the block, Th temporary hotel kept ly S. Thalman, tho barber shop of L. Wunch, and TuUy3 saloon wore burned to the ground. Nicholas, Havers & Qossman's and Miller's grocery stores, together with Michael Schillurr's liquor store wero gutted by the fire and drenched, Tho whole block is practically mined. Tho families of B. Tully, Mr. Schillner and Rev. Schultzor, Jr., Gossman and Miller, Peter Flushman, Fhilip Herman and N. Haver lived in the Pccond and third stories. Many of them escajxvl with barely their night clothing. The origin of tho fire is a mystery, fjfhlllner's loss is estimated nt $1,500, covered by insurance All tho others lose about tSfiOQ, with an insuranco of about $2,000, and soma salvage. rtTcct of tho Recent flrary Rains In the Ohio Valley. PrrrBBURO, Oct 31. Tho stage of water at tho river points above Pittsburg are as follows: Oil City, two feet soven inches and rising and raining; Parker's, two feet six inches and rising; Drownsvillo, fourteen foetslx inches, falling; Lock No. 4, fifteen feet six inches, falling; Rice's Landing, twelve inches and falling; GrocuslMjrOf kIxv&ii feet and falling; Pittsburg, ten feet three luchca and falling. This is a fall of three inches ut llttsburg from the highest mark. Coal shipments will not be over two and a half mllUo bUbliuM, chielly to Cincinnati. . i i m ii IS DE BRAZZA DEAD? A Report 'I hut Iff Ha Rrfii Killed mi ftin African CoUMt Pauis, Owt 3L Tho Goulos yesterday has udvices from the AVtt Coott of Africa to the effect that M. Do IiraJi, tho French explorer, had bam killtul during a fight between his party and ono of tlie Upper Cojio tribes. The French Government lias received no information confirmatory of the Gaulos report, and it not believed by Cahl-net ofilciuls. I'ofttAl Deficit. Washington. D. a, Oct 8L Third Assistant Postmaster General Hazen has prepared tho estimates for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1885, as follows: Total grottt revenue, 47,10i,U7&31; total expenditures. &0,0ti2,189.COt leaving a nut estimated deficiency of $3,058,11U3. Wio appropriation for 1SS4 is $-U,4&,&, widch makes the increase in the estimates forlS85f5.5?2,CG9.C0, or 15.8 per cent. The poroentago of Increase asked in tho Btarfiervico isd.0; iu steamboat service, 4.1; in railroad service, 8.8. A year ago the President estimated that under tho two-cent letter rate, which he recouiincndcd, a deficiency of $5000,00C would occur, and now an estimato based on tho best figures obtainable, shows that he was but 41,000 out of the way. Arrest or a Hnpposttd Murderer. Navarre. O., Oct SL Officer Stroro hai arrived here, having in charge a man supposed to be Jacob Wallinger, wlio is wanted for the murder of John Miller, in Illinois, and for whoso arrest tlie Eureka Detective Agency, of Charleston, W. Va., offered a reward of $100. Tlie prisoner answers the description very closely, oven to a scar on tho wrist and ono between the wrist and EUkjw, and a scar on the log. He denies, however, that ho ia the person wanted. Ho gives his name as Almiron Shutts, and claims to reside Canton. Tho authorities of CharlosU have been notified. Quarantine niMOBiiunru, Washington, Oct SL-Tho Marino Ho nltjil fWrHrft wan bwlnv informed thai quarantine had been discontinued for th season at rcnsocoio, ionua, ana xumi and IViison, Arizona Territory. A num. ber of barges and a stesunboat hulls which wero used In connection with tho ship Island quarantine station, near New Op leans, aro advertised for sale. A Hfdeou Crlu. Cucvxijvnd, O., Oct 3L John Jewell, I negro, has been arrested for outraging nil daughter Lulu, aged thirteen years. Tht girl is a crlpplo and charges her father witl having wpeatodly outraged her durin Friday, Saturday and Sunday lost i TREMENDOUS BLOW-UP, -I Two Torriblo Explosion Boportod in London. I Stations on tfao Metropolitan Underground ' Railway SimalUmeoanly Blown Up Persona Taken to tho Hospital and Many Others Hurt-Great Kxcltrment Comments or the Lending Horning Papers I London, Oct SL Two terrific explosions occurred ou tho lino of tho Metropolitan Underground Railway last ovoning, one at i tho Paddington station, tho other at West- I i minister. Tho glass roofs of both wero blown out, windows shattered, and other damago done, At tho Westminister , , tion, all escaped injury, but at 1 jddington, several persons wore severely hurt, nono, i however, fatally. Tho naturo of tho 1 explosion is not known. The dangerous material is supiwscd to have been thrown from tho carriage window of tho train. Immediately after tho explosion the Government Inspectors began an investigation. Both explosions occurred at A tlie samo hour, 8 oclock, and were of precisely tho samo character, except that tho ono at Paddington was more violent. Tho to circumstances attending tho disaster at tho latter station are substantially as follows: A train had just left tho station and had in partially entered tho tunnel, when a tremendous detonation was hcardImmcdiately followed by tho crash of breaking glass. A few persons at tho stations were cut by the flying fragments of glass. Tho train rwrcoodcd stopping to Edgemoro Rood Station, where It was found that tho windows of thrco third class carriages in tho rear of tljo train had been demolished, nnd tho broken bits of glass dashod Into tho faces of tho passengers, some of whom wero dangerously cut. Many of the injured wore able to go to their homes unaided, but thirty-two wero taken to St. Mary's Hospital The Inspectors attribute tho explosion to escaping gas from tho tanks with which tho trains oro supplied. Tho Telegraph and Daily News both believe that a foul plot exists for tho destruction of life and property, and that tho explosions nro but forentnners of wliat may occur if tho dastardly perpetrators are not promptly hunted down. London, Oct 31. IvrEn Tlie over tho explosions in tho Underground Railway last night continues, and a searching inquiry is being mado by Government ofllcials as to tho cause of the dis aster, Ofllcials of tho railway state that an explosion from foul gas was Impossible, as every precaution has been taken to prevent gas from accumulating in tho tunnel. The general tellef is that the explosions wero caused by dynamite bombs being placed across tlie trade. The theory In regard to tho hiiuAars being moro damaged than tlio forward ones, is that thoy jolted more than tho forward curs, causing a sufficient concussion to explode tho bombs, whilo the forward part of tho train, running more smoothly,' passed safely over them. Sir Edwin Watklns, Chairman of tho Executive Committee, says tho police had warned him recently that they had derived news from America, wldch forecast an outrage similar to last night's explosion. POSTAL SECRET SERVICE. A Year' Itcrtl of Crime AffeUn;? Unltetl NtntcHtfnllN. Washington, Oct 31. The annual of Chief Inspector Parker, of the Department, shows that during tho fiscal year ended Juno 30, 1883, 7,Uil complaints of registered mail depredations were I received; 5,289 wero Investigated. Tho total number of reglstercu articles nanmeu In tho malls during tho year was 10,450,715 and tho estimated total loss 027, which I bhows a very small percentage of loss to tho i articles mailed. Thero wero received 34,-712 complaints of depredations on ordinary mail matter and 21,008 on ordinary lottcrs. ' During tho year 4t21 postofllcos wero burglarized, 200 poKtofQces wero burned ; nineteen highway robberies wero committed; fifteen mails wore destroyed In railroad ac-cidenta: mails wero lost by t carriers, and mails were stolen from depots and ixatlons. HEAVY FRAUDS. The Cbnrx of Benrd Fully HimtAJuI. Boston, Mass., Oct St A Washington special to tho Herald says that Special Agent Martin, of thu Tmusury Department, btatod that tho facts reported and on file in the Treasury Department sustain In every particular tho charge of ex-Collector Beard, of Boston, made in a campaign bpoech at Lawrence tho other night, to tho effect that during Collector Simmon's administration the Government was defrauded of hundreds of thousands of dollars by a systematic course of smuggling, through connivance of Simmon deputy. PILOTS SUSPENDED. r acHUlt of tb North Itlvcr Collision Invmttcmtioti. New Yomc Oct 31. Local Steamboat ' Inspectors Fairchlld and Matthews, after a I lengthy Investigation touching the collision I l,Afi.u.ii Krt Wvfli l?lvnv nrmr Vwmfa AVajx. wwwu i iM , , M' r X ' Jjawkon and Pavonia have suspended the jiooumjui xn tyy p"w ".''.: r"" for sixty days, and of Silas Splccr, pilot of the Weehawken for thirty clays, Tho dam-ago sustained was about $500. Archbishop Cupel Tells How to lro Bonnet Ills Name. Chicago, Oct 31. Capol arrived from St Louis yesterday morning and last night n reception waa held in bis honor at tho rooms of the Union Catholic Library Association. Ho lectures in this city He tooU occasion to correct tho popular mistake in tho pronunciation of his name by declaring that Capel rhymed with maple, as Capel street, Dublin, named after himself. THE COTTON CRASH. Intense 11xcI1iim4 oh tb XJrrervool Cotton Fxclians. LrvxnrooL, Oct SL Two mar failures wore announced In the Cotton Exchango yesterday and several moro ore expected. Thero is groat cxritomen in tho cotton market over tbeso failures and much un-, easiness is felt in both financial and circles, LtVKnvooL, Oct 31. Later, Messrs. Mellor and Fonton, cotton brokers, Messrs. Henry Pearco and Co,, Messrs. Joseph Tay-I lor, also cotton brokers, havo suspended payment The cotton market Is laboring uuder tho effect of the failure, but a fair spot business Is doing. Business in futures, however, is confined to small dealings In October and November deliveries. No business ia being transacted in distant months. Tho excitement in tho trado is intense. The exchange is crowded with merchants, brokers, and visitors, who aro anxious to hear tho latest tlovelopmenis. Tho tension in business circles is acute, London, Oct 31, The cottonfailures In Liverpool havo depressed the stock market hero. FEARFUL TRAGEDY. Wife's Treachery nml nu Injured Xliiftbantt'fl Anffcr. Rochester, N. Y., Oct SL A special tho morning Herald from Batavia, reports 'a horrlblo tragedy which occurred in that town last evening and resulted the dcatji of a Utica lawyer, named Johnson Lynch, It Is stated that Mrs. Rowcll, tlie wife of D. W. Itowell, President of the Papejfr Box Manufacturing Company, wroto to Lynch asking hiin to come and spend a week with her as hor husband was to bo absent for that time. Lynch arrived at Batavia at 0:05 last evening and proceeded ItowolFs house, where bo ato supper with Mrs. UowclL About 0 o'clock thoy retired to a bedroom. Mr. Itowell, who was secreted in tlie house having received information of the treachery of his wife, 6oon after opened tho door of the room, and, drawing a revolver, fired, the ball striking tho wall. Lynch jumped out of his bed and ran downstairs followed by Itowell, who fired three more shots at Lynch, one striking htm in tho brain and killing him. Itowell was arrested and taken before Justice Lcnip. Ho pleaded not guilty nnd was held to await the action of tho Grand Jury LAND REFORM. Thn Great 3Ioetiuir Iffll In I,ouilon ffnst Alcrht. London, Oct. SL Tho Land Reform meeting lost evening in St James Hall was largo and enthusiastic. The principal speaker was Mr. Michael Davitt Ho de precated appeals to passion ana counseled calmness and steady persistence in tho direction of needed reforms. He said that those who were agitating for nn improvement for the law governing tlie ownership of land had no desire to make threats, and did not propose anything which would tent to subvert society. Thero was, however, manifest injustice tojrard the worklngmen in tho present interpretation of existing laws, nnd tho agitation which had now been auspiciously begun should bo continued until a remedy was obtained. He formulated tho creed of tho National League, saying that It held that was theft Ho advised that tho masses should combine to eradicate tho system and concluded by saying that this lingering relic of feudalism must bo uprooted, gently if possible, but if in Its tall it dragged down other fetishes, so much the worse for the feti&hes. RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE, Interesting Statistic im to Amount of .Matter Curried, etc. Washington, Oct SL Tho annual report of General Railway Mail Superintend- ent Thamasson bhows the number of postal clerks to be 3,855, an Increase of 385. The number of pieces linudod 3,081 ,510,200. Errors mado 958,478, or ono error to 4,154 pieces correctly distributed. Tho miles of railroad service performed by clerks 180,410. Of tho &100,000 appropriated for special facilities but f4o5y12L3 was expended and tho balance returned into tho Treasury During tho year there were forty-four casualties in which one clerk was killed; seriously injured and forty-two slightly injured. Ho recom mends that Congress sanction bystatut law tlie civil service of the railway mail service so that clerks cannot be removed except for good cause. i i ii THE MULCAHtTYS MAD. Bcundalon Conduct of On Sir. Lynch, ofrblladeljihla. New Haven, Conn., Oct 3L The friends of Miss Mary Mulcaliey, of this city, aro much excited over the conduct of Mr. Eugene Lynch, of Philadelphia, a wheelwright by trado, who was to havo married that young lady at 4 o'cIock yesterday morning at tho Church of tho Sacred Heart, which edifice was decorated with flowers and flllod with wedding guests. Thoy waited for the bridal party in vain, and shortly found that tho groom had arrived at six o'cloek, dressed himself for the ceremony, and gone away, not having been seen since. Miss Mulcaliey is of a respect ablo and wealthy family and Is much affected over tho conduct of tho man whom she was to wed. It will bo unwifo for Mr. Lynch to show himself in this city in tho near future if tho assertions of the mother, father and brother of Miss Mulcaliey go for anything. - ! I A Clerical Swell. CmoAOO, IIL, Oct. Sl. Mont Rv. P. J. Rlordan, the l Archbishop of San Francisco, dupe i n at noon ou the C, B. & Q. Kailroad 1 'u dbecse. Ha was accomponlod to Mendotu by a larga number of prominent clergymen, Superior General Sarin, of tho Congregation of the Holy Cross, accompanying him tho entire distance. Thoy occupy three magnificent Pullman dining, sleeping and drawing room cars, all of which were lavishly decorated with floral offerings.