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VOL. 2 NO. 203. MAYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1883. PEICE ONE CENT. "ifriIMAM HUNT. Manufacturer and originator of the cele brated bruudsof ' cigka.:r,s9 Silver Dollar, Wm. Hunt's Dark Howe, Hap- Smoko, Three Den u ties, Cordwood nrd old Slugs. Second mieet, Mnysvllle, Ky, A Sf.UOGKKH, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. SU rach301y MAYSVILLE, KY, A "g. IlItOWNING, M. !., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Ofllco and residence south-east corner of Third and Button streets. Will pivo special attention to diseases peculiar to females. apllldly MAYSVILLE. FINCH .V CO., A. DEALICR8 IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mchSOly' MAYSVILLE, KY. ri H. JUID, ATTORNEY AT LAW. It ml refute mid Collecting Ajscncy. Court BtM (npUdly) MAYSVILLE. ICY. TToiiT kiciit;hon, Dealer in Staplo and Fancy QROOEBIE8, linn REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second u eel lately occupieu uy Charles H.Frank. apl&Uy J F. RYAN. Gold, Silver and Nickel ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stomp Work done on short at Maysvlllo Repairing Works, No. 8, Second street. apnly J. K. It AN. TAMES ACAKR, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Teed Stables Btreot ilnrk orders promptly attended to nt outlines. Finest and latest stylo Turnouts. Horses bought and sold on Commission. Market Bt. four doors below Central Hotel. a!2J J W.K1MUKS A- RRO. JVo. 24 MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS, OILCLOTHS nn.i uriiiifnw Rtimlod. none! Cnrnets at 80. 35. 40, 45, 60, bU, 03, 70, 76. and 00 eta., 31.00 nnd S1.2o per yuru. 'u""iuw JOHN It. rOYXTKtJii INSURANCE ACENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insuies for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts No delays. Offlco corner Ihlrd aud Market streets. nplOdly J lSIAKEOUOTJai, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Hllvor Goods, etc. All work promptly and done. Second St., Hist of Market. apl7 TACOlt L1XN BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread and cakes. Patties and weddings on Mioit notice. 35 Second St., mnyUdly MAYBVILLK, KY. r axe iv woitimiK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans nnd specifications furnished on reasonable terms and all work sotJHtoctorlly and promptly done. Office on Third street, bo tween Wall and Button. opllldly ORIUttOX A- ICACKLEY, M Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (niliSSly) MAYSVILLE,KY. "JUT AVIST" UKMHIIINO GOODS and CLOTHING-, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fall stylesjust received. Market St., oplCdly MAY8VILLE, ICY. M ns. si, j. Moitroiti), Third Bt., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. Bonnets aud Hats made over lu the latest styles. n'J;Ud r, II. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hots, Ronnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. (Second street, Mrs. George Burrows' old stand, npllOdly XTISS MATTIE CAKK, Second street, January's Jiloek. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles. Prices Low. inch II Idly r wens a uakklky, Nos.67and 60 Bccond and 10 Sutton streets, havo Just received a lft rye stock of improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, tho greatest labor-saving Implement ever of ferea to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of nil kinds. npllO SJ SIMON, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlory, Notions, etc. No, 45 Market Street, East side, between Second and Third, . A21d0m MAYSVILLE. KY. i TEE PROTEUS AFFAIR. A Pointed Lottor Prom tho of War. Many DlNcrcpanclra In OnrIlntona Report l'olntett Ont-A Con nulla tlon With tko PrciiMeni nnd With tho Secretary or ttie Navy and n Conrt or Inqulrr Ordered Con. venccl lovelouiontn Expected "Wasuinotok, Nov. L Secretary Lincoln has written a pointed letter to the Chief Signal Officer of tho United Status Army, In which ho reviews at length his letter of tho 10th Inst, inclosing the report of Lieu tenant Garliugton upon tlio expedition sunt to tho Arctio sons for the relief of the Groely Expedition. Ho points out a num bor of discrepancies, and incloses thorn in tabulated form. After critiohdng the failure of Lieutenant Garliugton to keep his ikip, tho Proteus, in company with tho Yajitlc in God Haven, he says "I am not satisfied with Lieut nant Garlingtonls oxplanation of tho cause which led him into tho very grave, and perhaps, fatal, error of going south from Littleton Island after tho loss of the If ho had remained there, lit would havo been succored by tho Yonti in eight days and a relief station for Lieu tenant Grecly's iwxrty would havo boon e tabl&ied. Tho loss of tho Proteus woulu have been little moro than an inconvenience. I con not understand how It was that, whilo, on July 22, on his way north whan In his own words, The weather was perfect, calm, warm, delightful. Tharo was uo ico as far as could bo seen from tho crow's nest with tho aid of a very powerful telescope,' ho felt go safo oven away from all communication with the Yantio that ho saw no need of making a baso of supplies at .Littleton Island, yet, four days later at tho saino place, ho did not suppose tho Yanttc could got up to whoro ho was and so put to tea with all hU party in small boats in an Arctic oceuu.' Secretaries Lincoln and Chandler hold ti lengtfiy confereuco with tlio President, tin result of which was an order eonvenine a Court of Inquiry in tlio case of Lleuton ant Garliugton. Tlio Board, which wll moot boro tho 8Gh of November 188:1, will investigate tho organization and flttiug out of tho Groely Relief Expedition, parti transported by tho steamer Proteus, ku lnfc particular reference to the orders and Instructions issued for tlio guidance and gov eminent of tho expedition, and tho mado for tho aid from tho YaJitic The Court will mako a full and thorough investigation of all matters rotating to tun general conduct of tho expedition, including particularly tho failure of tlio Protein to keep in company with the Yantic up to Littleton Island, or its neighborhood, and tlio rail are to establish a won provided relief station at, or near, Littleton Island. Tho dotal! for tho court is: a V. Beuct, Chief of Ordnance; Col It. B. Avers, Second Artillery; Lieutenant-Colonel A. W. Poo, Corps of Engiueers, and Major Henry Goodfollow, Judge who will act as Recorder. DISGRACEFUL AFFAIR. IVunnylvftulM Politician Iiilulg in a Htrei Fit: til at Ktudluc;. Ukadixo, 1o., Nov. I. A sensation wa creutod here yesterday afUruoon when Con gressuiuu Ermantrout u bcateii on tlu public street by George Smith, Jr., of a prominent Ueinocnitiu xtiti clan. It seems that the uauio of I i Irani II. Schwartzo, Uio Democratic aiudidato foi Judgoof tho Orj)haus Court, wusprinUxl on tho county ticket instead of being put separate as judiciary. Smith accused Enucii trout of having had this douo purposuly, t accomplish tho defeat of High wonls ensued between tho two, when Joiuu N. Enuontrout, a brother of tho Congress man, struck Smith a blow in tlio face, drawing blootl. Smith tiieu attacks 1 when Sheriff Ghrut, who wa ono of the witnesses to tlio atfair, seporaUxt tho two bolligorunU. Shortly thcnviftn tlio polities again met on tho Court-house steps, when Smith struck Congressman Et mo n trout knocking him down, when he wi also kicked by one of tho crowd, Ertiien trout's fuco shows vissitle signs of the encounter. Tho whole ail'air. it suus, brought about through cerUiiu letters on Berks county olitics which ha appeared from time to time in the Putin delphln Times. The excitement is high over the matter in political circles. TWO HEAVY FIRES. Ouo Million Dollar ION In Savannah find 8100,000 lii Norrolk, Va. SAVAfA!J, Ga., Nov. I. Fire broko out In Gamett, Stubb & Co.'s warehouse nt half-past V2 yesterday afternoon In woro 11,000 (balea of cotton, all of which was destroyed. Tho ftamoyy4spread from themv to tho Joachim Farm atril, Indiana and Itiver street. Tlio lire was checked when it reached West Broad street and Indian street. Tho electric light works and Tynau8 Iron Foundry ore among the principal places burned. Tho rice mills and the property on tho north side of Rivei street were saved. The most of the bou&e destroyed wero of wood and occupied by poor ieople. It is imp.visiblo at this hom to givo a correct estimate of tho losses, bul they are put down at about $1,000,000. Norfolk, Va., Nov, 1. At 4 o'clock In tho morning there was an accidental efcapt of oil at tho Old Dominion Crcosotlug Works, of which Edward 11. Andrews is proprietor, at Money Point, a few milos up the river from hero. Tho packing on the pressure pump became loose and let the oil ehcapo, knocking over a lamp aud taking firo at onco. In a moment everything was In a blazo, and the entire works, including lumber and 00,000 barrels of oil, wero destroyed in a few minutes. Ixnmenso cylinders, one hundred foot long and six foot in diameter, exploded and diAipicared, it is thougli . in tho river, 10$ foot from tho works. Tho total loss is estimated at 1100,000. "FRArfo DUBOIS AMD WIFE The Fcnuilo nunbaud And Girl Wife Create m Heuaatlon. Chicago, Nov. L A dispatch from Brandon, Wfa says Prank Dubois, th woman husband, with wifcs, arrived thero lost night, stopping at a prrvato house in the suburbs. They wero on tho streets early this morning, followed by a large concourse of people. Tho wife and mother-in-law still porsist that Frank is a roan. The general theory is that Gertrude with Mrs. Hudson domestic troubles, agreed that tho latter should assume tho name of Dubois, and tho couple live together as man and wife, Dubois smokes, chows swears like a troojer, but looks very girlish. IenKyIranl JPomie. PrrrumnLrniA, Pa, Nov, i Chairman Cooper, of tlio llopublican Btoto Commit-too, in response to t)w iiKmiry as to thu prospects for success on Tuesday next, Raid: ''Everything is encouraging; we nro activo and thcro is a great deal of work being done. I can't say anything moro to-day than tliat matters look satisfactory Chairman Hcad, oi the Democratic State Committee, when asked if tliero wero any dissensions in tho party, replied; WI know of no dk&nsdoQs.n Both parties can estimate that they win respectively carry tlio State by a small majority, but all signs Jndicato Democratic success" Something Xcvr In Boston, Nov. L Tho Boston shpps of tlio Boston and Albany Railway win soon complete a freight engine, with four cylinders, tho iirst ever mado in this country. There wiU bo two small and two largo cylinders, tho former exhausting into tho latter so as to utilize the steam after it has leen onco used. Tho cngino will havo big boilers and fireboxes, so as to carry 100 pounds of steam, tho somo as firstrclass patMonger locomotives, but the drivers will be oidy four and feet in diameter. Its workings wiU be closely watched by officials, and if tho experiment turns out to be the plan will bo generally Iluntlntrn 3InrtlcrHl Mhih Wife. New York, Nov. L John F. Sywa, of No. SO Borrow street, a friend of Anios C. Cheover, who on Sunday was found murdered near his form house at Rattlesnake, in Dlngmaus township, Piko county, Pa., called on Inpspector Dilkcs lasi night and asked for polico ahi to find Cboevrs wife, who is supposed to be living in Brooklyn. Air. Byrnes saitl that ho did not believe that Mr. Choovcr was aware of her husbands lentil. The Inspector proniised lo give Air, Symcs all tho assistance at his Lulu's Downward Iatn Co IHwth. Nkw Haven, Conn., Nov. L Lulu Thompson died at King1 Hotel under circumstances. She was thirty-two years of ago and was the daughter of a wealthy gentloman of South Norwalk. Sbe wus divorctui from her husliand several years ago for intemperance, and suav then he has gono from bad to worsa Coroner Bnllinatm Ls holding an inquest but refue&eM u suy whether it is a case of ulortin or -lot. The woman has been known to drink 'i gullou of whisky. Vlrloim 4Vx IIIoCn. East H amnion, AUlss., Nov, I. A fv WilJiston Seniuary htudenth rtvently built i and, desiring u roast pig, to steal one fwui W O. Tuylor's tfva Taylor discovered them and .i iittin struggle enucil. In which tlio boys assault eI Taylor but tho latter let tlieni oil. The hoys In revenge have attempted to bum I'uylor's buildings. Two of them Iwvh i?u sent homt and others nro likely to follow. A Ut About u lieu. .UAoniAS, Ma, Nov, L It is rojorted that while pressing hay in thu barn ot WwN stui Gray, at Wesley, the other day, a Uve hen was found ucar tlio bottom of the mow, which had been buried Uwro July 15, and had lived without food or water for seventy days. The hen was unable to walk for an oour, but then run about as lively as ever. , Barlnp INhvii ou HumcIm. Bklu, Nov. L It is reported that Prinoo Bismarck and Count Kunolky, Prime Minister of Austria, are favorable to the of tho Kingdom of I'oland and will, if possible, devise moans ro bring about this result. It is further suited that Prince Bismarck entertains strong hopes that the project will find favor with Russia. A Fifteen Year Old Ilurclr. Portland, Me., Nov. L Lost summer a large number of houses in and about Cape Elizabeth were broken into, and at ont, time it was believed tliat a gang of organized burglars was at work, A boy fifteen years old, named Napoleon Silver, has Just arrested and has mode a full confession, owning up to all tho robberies committed (n that section. Tho Ileuneplii Canal CooipiImIou. Chicago, Nov. L Tho Hennepin Canal Commission opened its session at the Grand Pacific Hotel, as per announcement. The committee's report roenmmends a doptli of so ven feet and a width of seventy feet An appropriation of four and a half millions will be sought Congressmen Spraguo, Murphy and Henderson, are present. MalU Transferred to the Northern Valine WASUUiQTON, Nov. 1. Postmaster General bos issued an order transferring all mall between Washington and Northern California, formerly carried by tho Union and Central Pacific roads, to tho Northern Pacific. The order takes effect at once. Tho amount paid for this service is said to Lw nearly $500,000 per yar. Ieuilly Fight Alomar Chun b Vers. Waoo, Tex,, Nov. L-Cn a saloon quarrel at Waco, Texas, Walter Oaki shot Arthur Lynn dead. Both were notorious gamblers. Klein was cocking his own revolver ""? CRIME AM) DISASTER. A Day's Eocord of Bad Deeds and Bad Luck. DesprAte Sklrmlnh In m Oeoreli Bod End of m fitonthern Children Cremated and Other Sins and SI i simp. Macon, Go,, Nov. L Joo Holder, an colored man, while herding hogi near Tooinsborough, surprised a couple oi negro desperadoes skinning one of hit swine, which they had stolen. Both ol the thieves fld in the swamp as he approached them. Going liack to the settlement Holder enlisted the aid of a couple of white men in search for tlio culprits. The morning exploration proved fruitless, and tho three men laid down beneath a treo atuoon ti mo and went to sleep. An hour later they were awakened by tht firing of musketry, and found themselves attacked by five armed negroes In th encounter which followed Holder and thre of tho robbers were almost instantly killed. The others were closely pressed at last accounts, and will doubtless be shot down. A FATAL mOLia Njewbemiy, S. C, Not, L Henry Count! was stabbed to death at a "frolic" given at Melville Snlgley's hoao. Ho was attempt-big to eject a drunken person from the house, when he was stabbed several timet in tlio back. He cried out, "My God I am murdered I" whereupon tho lights were suddenly extinguished. "Wben order was restored and tho lamps relighted, Counts was found lying on the floor in a pool of blood in a speechless condition. He died in about on hour. It fa not known who did tho cutting. Tho Coroner is investigating the matter. STABHKD TO DEATH. Hastpto.v, S. C, Not. L David Cook, a young man twenty-fire yars of ago, wa stabbed tode.th a a turpentine distillery in the lower part of Uw county, by Hurley P. Popo, viio is about the same age of the deceased. The troublo grew out of the loss of a pistol belonging to Cook and which he closiued Pope had purloined. Cook whs cut in ten placca. Pope has a cut in his left hand which he says was inflicted by Cooke's knife, and that tho killing was done in Pope was committed foi trial without bail. TWO OULDRXN CREMATED. EDGErtKLD, S, a, Nov.l. Mose Johnson and his wifo, negroes, put their throe children to bed, locked up the cabin and went off to a revival meeting. When they returned they found their houso completely enveloped in flames. Two of tho children wero burned to death, and tlio third child was so badly injured that it is not oxpecud to live. A DOUBLE UCKDEIk Omaha, Nov. L A Dowftt, Frank Sisk and John Dolan, the latter a pretty tough character, got into an altercation at a Marshal Kiirmeichl tried to part the comtiatnnts, wlicn Dolan shot him dead, and then mortally wounded Sisk. The murderer was arrested and taken to "Wilbur for examination. PrtfipomltMir reunion AttoruejN. Washington, D. C, Nov. l. Secretary Teller has modified tho oilier of Secretary "handler, of March, 1870, in regard to suspending pension attorneys. Under tho now order, whenevor an attorney is charged with improper practices in prosecuting pension claims, tho Commissioner is directed to .nvo6tigato tho matter, after giving the attorney duo notice and a coppy of the I'harges against him. Tho result of the investigation is to bo reported to tlio Secretary of tho Interior, together with the of tho commtaioner. tho investigation, tlio attorney is to be recognized m claims pending before the Bureau, unless tho Secrotory of tho Interior shall, for special reasons, disbar him. Tho proctlco heretofore has lecn to susi)eiid attorneys pending the investigation of tho charges against them. . i i The 1'ennaylvniiln Itntlway Dtvttfeud Announofd PurLADKU'iiiA, Pa., Nov. L The dlrtm. Tors of the Pennsylvania Railroad have announced a semi-annual iivideud of 4 jwr cent ujxm the capital stack of the company, out of the profits clear of all taxe, payable in cash on and after Novomber 30th, 18SJ, to sharebolden they stood registered on Urn books of the onipany at X o'clock p. in. October JJlst. Mntf ot Hi Itiver. PrrTRBUiio, Nov. U The following show the depth of water above Pittsburg foot a and falling; Oil City, 3 foot, steady, Parker's, 3 tt, rising; Brown. vllle, 9 feet and falling; Lock No, 4, 12 feet, falling; Morgantown, 0 feet, falling: Rice' Landing, 9 feet 11, falling; Greensboro, 1 fHjt U, falling. IJnnrfi or riylns; IovlI. LrrrucTON, N. H., Nov. l. P. J. Cahlll ono of tho signal men on Mount Washing-ton, was brought here Wednesday morning suffering from a broken leg and a bad cut on the head received by sliding down the mountain railway track on a "flying devil1' Ills injuries are severe but not fatal. Public Dtbt deduction, Washington, Nov. 1. Tho reduction ol tno public debt during October is $lQy&V T9&83. Payments on account of pension for the same period aro about $2,500,000. Decrease of deb; sinoo Juno SO, 1SS3, is $39,. 584,470.83. Cash in tho Trcasury'Novorabei 1st, $304,317,501.03. . .I.. I PM i Heavy Poitotllc ItoUbery, Havxwiiu Mass., Nov. 1. Burglars lost night entered tho postofllce at therear by ladder, blew open the safo and took $50C in money and $7,000 worth of stamps. They stole a horso and buggy from Frank P, Bradford and left. SPOR7WG WKTTETOfc BRIOirrON BEACH RACES. Kew York; Nov. 1 At least 3L00O people attended the Brighton Bftca races. There were five exciting contests and tho track was in much better condition than it has I been for a week past, the timo mado being ' very fair. Tlie first race was for a consolation purse, of throe-fourths of a mile and was won by Lowis in llfi, Puritan second and Allanok third; inntuais paid $10.90. , The second race, another consolation purse, three-fourths of a naille. Vocalic first in 1 1:20, Murmur second, Treasurer tliird; mutuals paid $12.40t The third race was a soiling purse of one mile, Edwin A first, in 1:50, Hotachimic second, Lena third; mutuals paid $15.95. The fourth race was a soiling purse of a mile and a furlong, , Metropolis first in 2:2l, Black Jack second, Kingfon third; mutuals, $8:15. i The fifth race, for all ages, ono mile and a quarter, Babcock first in 2:17, Ferg Kylo secouu, third; mutuals paid IS.85. THE UACWO AT VIMLXCO. Baltimore, Md.t Nov. 1. Tho racinc: was continued at Pimlico under tho auspices of the Maryland Agricultural Society. The first race, a milo dash and was won 1 by Old JAz In 1:19; Fly-Away second. j Mutuals paid $9.05. The second failed to fill. Tlw third raco was a handicap of l( miles and was won by Aclla in 1:13X; Col Spraguo second. Tho fourth race was a handicap in milo hoats. The first heat was won by Sovereign Pat in 2:45; Nettlo second; Trafalgar third. - IMTNDtNa RIOT. Oraiicemen ami Homo Ilulcrs Ready for m XI iff Xluctlou. Lowdcwdkivby, Nov. L There is groat excitement bore over tho action to-day of a large body of Orangemen who, learning Lord Mayor of Dublin wns to lecture 'at the City nail to-night in tho Interest of the National League and in support of the Homo Rule candidate for Parliament, surrounded tho building and vowed no lecture should take placo, Tho Oran gemen are in f idl possession of the hall. Tho Homo Rulers aro greatly Incensed at the action of the Orangemen, and ore now gathering large numbers with tlio Intention of driving them out and seising the building. It is feared a great riot will occur. Party feellug runs high, Duultn, Nov. 1 Lateh A dispatch from Londonderry says the City Council at a dpecioi mooting late in the afternoon the motion granting the uso of the City Hall to the committee of citizens who had invited the Lord Mayor of Dublin to deliver a lecture. The members of thf Council stated they had understood tho lecture was to bo delivered for the benetl; of a local charity, but tliat they havo since learned that it was for political purposes. The Orangemen still hold possession of the hall and a number of speakers ore addressing them. A GANG OF BURGLARS. And cfte Scrap Tlioy Have (3o( a Mieriir Into. HAirrronn, Conn., Nov. L Paddy Ryan, extradited from New York by District Judge Brown upon a charge of postofllce robbery, was brought to this city. United States Commissioner Marvin bound him over to the December term and ho was committed to jail In default of bond. Ryan Is a member of a gang of cracksmen of whom four were captured in tbo early port of lust month. Hadley, one of tlio gang, after receiving his sentence and while being conducted to tho Penitentiary by SheritT Porter, of Litchfield county, m&de his escape and has not been recaptured. Sheriff Porter has been charged with bungling work. It has been mode a campaign Issue and la likely to result in defeating him for re-election. The gang hod committed numerous burglaries in tho State, operating principally on postoffico buildings. Two Persons Unriird to ltth. Cincinnati, Nov. L A two story frame house at CumminsvUlo, n suburb of this city, burned Inst night and two of its occu pants, Mary Welcli, aged sixty, and Chas, Sklllman, aged nine, perished In the flames. Tho Oid lady hau reached th street in when she thought of her sleeping grandchild and rushed back into tho building to save it. She was overcome by the smoke, and, together with her grandson, ierlshtd before help came. Brilliant llecoptlon lu Honor of Governor rnlre!illu PrrTSDuna, Pa,, Nov. 1. Invitations have boon Issued for a reception aud dinner party to bo given at tho residence of Geo, Westinghouso, jr., this evening In honor of General Lucius Fairchlld, ex-Governor, of ' Wisconsin aud lato Minister to Spain. The affair promises to be one of tho most brilliant that has beeu held in this city for years. i i i $5,000 In Hiiinll Canadian IllMa fttolen. Ottawa, Ont. Nov. 1. Fivo thousand dollars In ono and two dollar dominion notes have been stolen from the Government. Tho banks have been notifiod not to accopt thorn. Tho numbers of tlio missing ono dollar bills aro from 505,000 to 500,000, and of tho two dollar ones 1-15,000 to 140,000 and 155,000 to 150,000. Terrible Colllxlon at Sen. Dublin, Nov. 1. Tho London & Northwestern Railway's steamer Holyhead, plying between Dublin and Holy head, collided with the German ship Albambra In mid-eh. nnel. Doth vessels isank almost at onco. All of tho sixty passengers and all but two of tho crew on board tho Holyhead wore saved. Fifteen of tlio Allimnbru's crew were drowned. HtrmiKO DlMnppenrnnce of u Yonng Lady. Bkdkoud, O., Nov, 1. Loulla Kellogg, a young lady of twenty, disapjeared very mysteriously from hor homo Tuesday night, sin eo which time no tidings of her have been received. It Is supposed by her friends that she bos becomo deranged and is wandering' in the woods, and parties have been encased to soach for her,