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.- 4 i I k 4 I I y.M EVENING BULLETIN. W m Km I J I ,' J 'VOL.---NO? 295. MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, NOVEMBER o, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. IjrriiiMAai hunt. U MnrmfflMnror nml orlcluntor Of the CCld brated brautfs of V Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's DnrkHorro, Hap. py Smoke, Three Beauties Coruwpod nud Gold Slugs- Second Sliect, Majsvillo.Ky. A. M.KOGKUM, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. St, mchSOly MA YBVILLE, ICY, G. BROWNING, M. I., A. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlco and rcsldenco south-east corner of Third and Button street. Will glvo special attention to diseases peculiar to females aplHdly MAYSVILLE. FINCH A- CO., A. DEALBKS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, mch3Gly MA YSVILLE, KY. r H. JUII, T ATTORNEY AT I AW. acnlEMnto nuil Collecting Agency. Court St., ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE. KY. r oir uiiii:Hori -Dealer in Staple and Fancy lias REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied, by Charles II. Frank. aplurfiy T F. IIYAN. Gold, Silver ami Nlclccl ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stamp Work done on i short notice at Maysvlllo Repairing Works. iNo. 8, Second street, P"o " TAMES A CAKR, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Feed Stables Street Hark orders promptly attended to at Horses bouBhl and Hold on Commission. Market Bt. lour doors below Central Hotel. al23 J W. srAKKN A- IUIOm Xo, 24, MARKET 8TKVET. NEW CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets ; at 80 . R6, 40, 45, 60.60, 05, 70, 75. and DO eta., IW0 a ' per yard. TOHNH. I'OYNTZ.J K., INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies, Insures for fullvnlne. Low rates. Losses promptly raid. NodlHcSunu No delays. Ofllco corner Third and Market street. qpHkliy J IlIiAKKHOKOUGIl, THEBOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Hllver Ooods, etc. All woik promptly done. Second St., I ast of Market, apn TACOIi LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fresh Oysteis a specialty. Fresh bread nnd rnkeh. Pintles and weddings lumUhed on short notice. vumn t t t K. 35 Second st maySdly MAYbVILLE, T AXE AWOKHICK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an terms and all work satisfactorily and promptly dono. Ofilcoon Third street, between Wall and Sutton. apLldly TrOKRINON A HACKEEY. Wholesale uud Uctaii BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh281y) MAYSVILLE, KY. iavis, I UHNIHHINO GOODS nnd OLOTHI1TG", Hats. Caps, Trunks and Valises. Tho latest Market St., aplGdly MAYSVILLE, KY ns. 9i, J. sxoitroiin, M Third St., opposito Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. Bonnets and Hate made over iu the lutest styles. H2Md "VTIIH. F. II. COLMNH, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs. George Burrows' old stand, apUOdly TISS MATTIE CAlllt, Second street, January's Block. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of tho latest styles. Prices Low. mchSldly rWi;NS ct UAltKLEY, Nos.fi7and 59 Hecond and 10 Sutton streets, havo Just received a larijo stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever oU fered to farmers. The best tobacco hoes and tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, npU6 O SIMON, Dealer in - QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery. Notions, eto. No. 45 Market Street, East side, between Becond and Third, o21d&m MAYSVILLE, KY. A YOUNG GIRL'S DEATH. '" k ' i " ' Ecmanoo of Ono of tho Now tfork Hospitals. A Hysterlons Pntlcnt nnd Ilcrltlchl; ftressedi Callers Evidently a Story or bovine Unwisely la High NocIhI of tho Girl Hut No Clow to Her Identity. New York, Nov. 4.Thero has just died at Bollovuo Hospital, from blood poisoning, an attractive young girl of less than eighteen years. On tho night of her death her babOj about flvo weeks old, also parsed away. A richly dressed lady callod at tho hospital and ordered the remains to bo made ready for removal, as an undertaker would then call for thorn. She gave her namo as Mrs. King, but refused to givn her address. Sho was readily recognised, however, ns tho woman who brought th deceased girl and her bady to tho hospital about two wocks ago. Sho stated then that, tho name of tho girl was Jean Wilson, nnd that sho had been deserted by her husband, who was an actor, traveling with his company in California. Tho baby's namo was given as Violet Bollo Phillips. Before the child was born tho mother was sent to tho Charity Hospital on Black-well's Island. Thero, Mrs. King nsorts, sho found her. Sho was at onco attracted by her sweet face, and according to her story, on learning after tho child was bom . that the mother waspennilass, befriended her and took her and tho baby to tho house of Mrs. Morrison, No. 225 West Sixteenth street. Thero 6ho remained until tho 20th Inst., when, becoming worse, she was removed to the hospital, suffering from tho illness with which sho died. Tho authorieios say that Mrs. King hft several times before visited tho hospital un dor similar circumstances, and it is believed that tho namo sho gives is fictitious Tho identity of tho dcail girl is still a mystery. Sho is said to havo run away fr un Philadelphia two or three years ago and ua led a questionable life. During her at Mrs. Morrison's and at the hospital -du was very reticent about who her pan ni might bo. Sho said that sho was a Prot 'stunt, that her father was a Spaniard ana her mother of Scotch de&cont. Any other information as to them sho refuted to divulge. Sho said sho did not wish to live, as she must return to her former life, and that had now become a misery to her. In her delirium sho continually murmured tho namo of "Clarence," and called loudly for her "dear little brother," Sho bemoaned in her ravings tho treatment sho had received from her hitter, who sho accused of driving her fruu home. Sho at one timo said that sho hud been married once, but little good it did her. At another time sho denied being a wife. Sho was a beautifully formed girl, with fair complexion, blue eyes and curly dark-brown hair. FONE CAPTURED. Reinnrluiblo Career of Iliirdenctl Criminal mut St. Louis, Nov. 4. Ofllcors McNamara and Ilarnecker, of tho Third Ilico District, havo made a capture about which they feel Jubtly proud. They succeeded In landing hi a cell at thobtation, on-Seventh audCnrr streets, Frauk Fouo, who has uu established reputation for jail-breaking. Fono wn arrested over a year aj;o for an aggravated caso of robbery in which he and Shea, tho murderer of Oillcer Doran, were concerned. They walked into tho residence of Thomas J, Collins, on Tenth street, near Cass and while ono held a pUtol to Mrs. Collins head, tho othe rilled tho bureau drawers, of &XKJ In cash and a quantity of family jewelry. He escaped onco from tho Court of Criminal Correction by climbing over tho screen, and another time out of tho closet. He and Shea escaped together and ho was with Shea tho night that criminal killed OflLwr Doran at tho coroner of Soveuth and St. Charles stroots. His drunken drivel about tho murder caused his rearrest, but he was soon out again. Ho was last at Chicago, but returned about a week ago, and it is alleged that since then ho coin mitted a burglary in the Central District, stealing a watch and chain and $S0 in casli from a lady on Thirteenth Btroot. Tho detectives and K)IIco havo boon on the lookout for him ever since, and esjo cially tho olllcors of tho Third Dibtrict. His mother-in-law, "Mother" Maguire, and his wife, her daughter, Emma, hav lng living in tho alloy between Eighth and Ninth streets and O'Fub Ion and Cass avenue, and it was confidently expected that ho would visit thorn. Thi two oillcers mentioned above entered tho house and discovered hjm hidden behind th woman's dresses iu a closet. Ho was inclined to feliow fight, butbaw that It was foolish, and so went quietly along with them. Hu hud a whole suit of new clothes on him when arrested, and was in a good humor, though determined to bay nothing about himself. . ii SUSPICIOUS CASE. A CUiltton Queer Ntory unt! a Hunter' Dentil. Macuias, Maine, Nov. 4. Major Chas. F. Stone, a jeweler and pnpninout in business and church circles, went on a short hunting trip Thursday, as was his occasional habit, intending to return at nightfall. At Northileld, twelve miles distant, ho hired a guide. Tho latter returned homo after dark stating that he and Stono had beparated, agreeing to meet in two hours at a given point, but, on arriving at tho place of mooting, Stono failed to appear. Tho guide waited till dark and thou returned homo. A searcing party failed to find Stono and a general alarm was spread, mills were shut down, work was susionded and a general search instituted. Finally Stone's body was found lying near a steep ledgo near Little Bog Lake, in Northileld, only a fow rods from where ho and tho guide separated. Foul play is suspected, and tho guide is under suspicion. AVENGED WITH VITRIOL A Wntilnffton Girl. ItetrnyoU t3 V, flflrurew Her FaHhlcsn Lovoi. Washington, JSov. 4 4. Miss xJt to 01Hara was charged In the Polico Ctnrt with throwing vitriol Into tho faco of William C. Zeiglor. Sho said that Zeigler has been "keeping company" with her for about a year, that they wore to havo been married last May, but ho then protended that ho was not ready. "I went into tho country on May 1," said sho' "and ho then said that ho would marry me in Ootobcr. Ho camo out regularly to see mo, -In August ho took mo to a doctor who gavo mo a powder, which I took, but It caused mo so mush pain I would not take the pills tho doctor left for me. Zeigler then told ino that ho would tuko mo to Baltimore and marry mo, but afterward said that if ho did it would provent him getting some money which would bo divided between him and tho other children in tho spring. Ho then promised to marry mo in May." Last Monday night ho went to see hoi and again refused to marry her, and told nor ho had no affection for her. Yesterday sho wont to his house and waited for him, with a mug containing the vitrioL Whet ho camo out sho asked him where ho wnt going. Ho said, "To a wodding," and asked if sho had not been to see tho She told him sho had not and would not, but sho had some stuff for neuralgia in tho cup and told him to smell it, which ho did. "Then I throw tho stuff in his faco," she said, "and ho hollered, 'Oh, Mollie, my eyoP" i'ho prisoner was relecased on $1,000 ball Zeigler being unable to apprar, "' Zeigler hud, it is said, lost ono eyelet childhood. AVhothcr tho other will be destroyed is not positively known. 1 -.. . .1 .. .. ( A MISSOURI SILVER MINE. Itlcli Oro Discovered lit Niiltuo Comity ItCHUlt or TCHtN. Maiisuall, Mo., Nov. 4. At present the citizens of this city and vicinity aro considerably exercised over the recent discovery of silver oro In what Is known as the "Old Marmaduko lead mines," fourteen nrtles southcaa of this city. Six years ago in mining for lead, largo quantities of ore which was thought to bo of no value whatever, were cast usido by Mr. Marmaduko, tho owner of tho land at that timo. Large quantities of tho lead oro were sliipped to St. Louis, for which tho highest market prico was roceived, and for some reason the oro was shipped immediately to Europe. Whether that bo significant or not your corrcsiondent if unable to say. On last Tuesday Dr. William Harrison, tho present owner of th laud, in company with threo other gentlemen, Messrs. S. G. Clark, J. T. Weller and Tom Itedman, tho latter an experienced miner, visited tho mines for the purpose of ascertaining tho amount of "spar" W "tiff" obtainable there. While examinations were going on, a lump of oro that was thrown f way six years ago was found and closely examined, and was pronounced by Mr. Redman to be genuine silver ore and contained bllver in largo quantities. A piece of the ore wus brought to tho city, and on last evening was m..lyzed by the above named gentlemen, und three ounces assayed in the proportion of 1, :! ounces to the Un. Several toots havo been made, and thus fur all have resulted hticvesjully. A piece ot tho ore was sent to the State at uoiiu, mo,9 who will test it mux thoroughly. Tho ore hrVeiortod In gieat auuudanco. . Mho Kald Mio Followed TnlMr'Alvc Cleveland, Nov. 1. Mrs. Jacob Game, tho widow of an army oillcer, called upon the Society for Organizing Charities ami told a pitiful story of how she had invested all her money, $1,(KM, iu mining stocks, at tho instance of Sonutor Tabor. Her little savings were swept away, and tho was on her way from Denver to Cincinnati, where she hoptnl to And shelter for herself and two children. Her father is Colonel E. S. Bland, of Now Orleans. A Ilnrclnr Murderer. New Yoiik, Nov, 1. Tho indictment oi Win. Porter, tho bank burglar, for the murder of John AValsh, alias "Tho Mick," In "Shang" Draper's haloou,haa been transferred from tho Court of Oyer nnd Teminer and counsel for Porter has sent notice to the District Attorney that ho would move for tho trial of Sorter Monday next before Presiding Justice Davis. Uownlutr the Wires. Sioux Falls, Dak., Nov. 4. By order of tho city council, tho telephone wires and polos on tho principal streets wero cut early In tho morning by the police, as an ordinance directing tho removal of tho poles to tho alleys has been disregarded by the company. A similar notice was served ut tho same timo uKn tho Western Union, but its lines' wero not interfered with. - 1 1. 1, 1. -1 1 Civil IllffMa III Texan. Austin, Texas, Nov. 4. Adjutant General King rojwrts that tho negroes aro dissatisfied with exclusive cars for their accommodation, and says that trainmen on tho Texas Central, where tho system has just been inaugurated, are compelled to take the colored people out of tho cars assigned to tho whites. Ml. 1 . ... . Struck by a Lightning Express. NonniSTOWtf, Pa., Nov, 4. A fatal accident occurred at Bridgeport on the Reading Itailroad. Willie Hanlan, a lad agod ten years, was picking coal near tho DoKalb stroot crossing, and while thus engaged, was struck by tho lighting express for Philadelphia and Instantly killed. Ho was thrown forty feet and luul doth arms broken and his skull f racturod. . . .. . Hogs In Canada. Ottawa, Canada, Ncv, 4. An order in Council has been jwsed admitting swine in bond into Canada at warehouse porta for slaughter for export, instead of as now on tho Western frontier at tho ports of Sarnla, Windsor and Amhorstburg. Strict rules as to isolation from Canadian swine will bo enforced. "fipt STORY OF A GORY DEED. A Woman's Story of a Attompt at Murdor. Tbo i;rlfil of Crone in loua for the Attempted Murder or Hi of Ills Wife nnd of the II unhand and Wonlddio BInrderer A Illoody Narrative. BunuxoTON, Iowa, Nov, 4. Tho trial of Joseph Crone, who so terribly slashed his wife on September Gth that her lifo was despaired of, is in progress in this city. Mrs. Crono was the first witness placed on tho stand, and tho substanco ot her testimony was that on the night of September 6th, after her husband had retired to his room, she went to go to bed, notwithstanding ho had been quarrelling with her all day. She found him lying in bed with his pants on, however, and wont down stairs to lie on tho loungo, Somo timo afterwards ho came down stairs and said: "Maggie, strike a light." I She got up to do so, when ho camo acrosa the room to her, threw his arm around her and told her thnt ho was going to kill her. He first struck her in tho breast with n knife and inflicted other wounds. Finally, Frank McKinno nnd his wife, tho daughter of tho defendant, who wero sleeping in on adjoining room, camo in and found both Mrs. Crono und her husband lying on the floor, Crono still trying to cut tho woman with a knifo. McKinne took 'Crono in hand, and Mrs. Crono went to a neighbor's residence, where die remained until sho ha1 recovered from her wounds, Crono, tho defendant, who Is years of ago, testified that when his wife left his room upstairs ho supposed that she intended to visit somo neighbors, and fob lawed her down stairs to close tho door, thinking sho would leave it open. Tho witness, with tears in his eyes and considerable emotion, detailed the scone that followed. Ho said as he camo down tho steps he thought somo kind of a wild beast, a tiger, grasped him by tho throat and ho commenced stabbing it with his knife. After his daughter had come into tho room with alight ho found himself facing his wife: ho did not know that ho had cut hor, and did not know that he had only by hearsay. Ills wife has made his homo anything but happy while sho lived with him. When shown tho knifo with which ho assaulted his wifo ho acknowledged that it was his. The dofenso is insanity. MASSACHUSETTS POLITICS. Tlfe Latent Stntro or the Campaign nnd Boston, Mass. Nov. 4. The Democrats closed tho State campaign in this city with rallies in Fnneuil Hall and Tremont Temple. Both halls flllod. Governor Butler spoko at both places, and tho audiences wero further entertained bv ad- dresses by Congressman Collins and others. There was a noticeable lack of enthusiasm at Tremont Temple. Congressman Ran ney addressed a largo Republican at tho South End. Both parties held a large number of rallies in various parts oi tho State. The Democrats bought the majority of the news space of tho Boston Herald for Sunday and to-day, and have tilled it with cumpaign matter o( Governor Butler's sieeches, etc. The ' Herald has been th mostpowerful opponent of the Uoverner, nnd thh action has aroused great indignation among Republican managers. The Democrat claim that Butler will be re-elected by from 1 ww to i.fuuu plurality, while tho expect Robinson's election by from 10,000 to 0,000 plurality. Betting is slightly in favor of Robinson. There is no doubt ' of tho election of the balance of the Ro-' publican ticket by a good majority, und j tho Legislature will also be Republican, al-' though enthusiastic Democrats claim thov will capture tho Senate. There has been moio betting' in tho Stato on tho result than ever before. An oven bet of $10,000 was mode at tho Revere House Saturday night, a Died in a TurUlnh Ilntb. PiniADELPiHA, November 4. Francis D. Browu, thirty-six years of age, a letter-car rier, leu ueou m uio uuuuiii xiu, iivaj if ur uut street. Ho went there to take a Turk- ish bath as a means of relief from rheunm 1 tisin, from which ho was a sufferer. Hit physician nuu adWteu mm 10 tune uuiui uccuslouully, but after disrobing he wot tetzed with a hemorrhage and replaced hn lothiug. Medical attendance was but Mr. Brown expired in a few minutes. rined for AIhihIii:; it Child. Milwaukee, Nov. 4. Mrs. Charles Tudu, charged with the abuse of an adopted child, was ilnod &"0 and costs, besides being severely reprimanded by Judge Mallory. The woman is endeavoring to again get pci&hossion of tho child through a wnt oi habeas corpus, a hearing of which will be had to-morrow before Commissioner hut there is little chauco of her succeeding In her attempt, as tho evidence I shows she Is not a lit pcrbonjjto bo trusted with n child. A Inrt;o rnrin. Washington, D. C. Nov. 4 The Commissioner of the General Land Ofllco has transmitted to the Surveyor General oi California, a patent to Rnncho Tomalos Y, Bunliues, Rafael Garcia, Couflrmeo, situated in Marcsa Co., and Containing 0,407,77- 100. 1 F, J, ICantnku, proprietor of the Reading Organ Factory, at Reading, Fa., which fulled last week, has brought suit agaiust John B. Brobst, ono of tho execution creditors, to recover $10,000 damages by reason of B roast having issued execution against Kantner before the debts were duo. . ' ! Monrus Ranger, who failed at Liverpool last Wednesday, has denlod that he had recently been engaged In any American ftpcculations, and claimed that ho did not owo in tho United States. A BURNING BRIDGE rhrllllne Accident to n Heavy Freight Train Cairo, Ilu, Nov. 4. There was a frightful accident on the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern railroad, resulting in no loss of life, but largo destruction of property. Freight train No. 16 was rapidly approach-Ing on down grade a very high trestle near Muldrauglrs Hill, when tho engineer discovered that the structuro was on fire. Tho flames wero rolling high In the air, tho dry timber burning liko tinder. Knowing full well the utter impossibility of stopping tho train before reaching tho trestle, with commendable presence of mind ho threw the throttle valve wido open and dashed Into tho flames with tremendous momentum, with tho forlorn hope of passing through and saving tho train. About half tho train passed over, the middle portion going through. Two cars of coal went through tho trestlo and fell a distance of ISO feot, mashing them to atoms, but strange to say not injuring iu tho least two colored brakemen who went down with them. Tho balance of tho train stuck to the rails on each side of tho chasm, Tho fireman jumpod just before reaching the bridge and was slightly injured. The en- gineer remained at his post, and through his courage tho entire train was saved from going over. Tho coal In tho wrecked cars immediately ignited, which contributed to tho total destruction of tho trestle, which was of wood and Iron. The loss is sovernl thousand dollars. It Is supposed to bo tho work of an Incendiary. Had the train been a pessengcr the results would . havo been terrible beyond description. CHANDLER CRITICISED. Ills Growing Unpopularity Among Nnvnl OfllccrM. Washington, Nov. 4.Naval officers are making sharp criticisms on Secretary Chandler for his statement that ho should not order a court-martial to Investigate the conduct of Commander Wildes, but that ho was not satisfied with tho Commander letter, and ho should write him to that effect, They say the Secretary has no right to injuro an ofiicer's reputation In that way. If ho has anything against the Commander of tho Yantio he should order him before a court-martial for trial, and If he is not willing to do that ho should say nothing derogatory to him. Tho oillccrs are rather sore on account of tho Secretary's disregard for their feelings, and they remai k that he ought to learn wisdom by his in trying to meddle with the discipline of tho navy. They think ho is "too previous." Wheu a sentenced Col. Hopklus to bo dismissed he made some criticisms ou tho court und orderod another court to try Dr. Owens, the principal witness in the Hopkins caso. This court, however, acquitted Dr. Owens, who, with his wife and one child, died at tho post trom which ho advised Cnpt. Hawkins to retire, lest he should take tho yellow fever. IDAHO'S GOVERNOR. What He ThluliH of .lloriiionlsiii and Other MtUterN. Washington, D. C, Nov. 4. Ncal, of Idaho, Is in tho city. He comes to refute, and has succeeded In demolishing certain uncalled tor charges that wero at one time made agaiust him regarding tho conduct of affairs in Idaho while iu ofilco. As tlie Mormons bold the balanct of power In his Territory, Governor Neal is somewhat familiar with the question, and believes that the Kdmunds law has been of little good In Utah and none iu Idaho, as it was not made nppllcablojto the latter A radical and effectual remedy, lie thinks, exists in tho c&tublUhmcnt of a commission government, with power to the Territories mentioned of any vestlgo of Mormon pouer, 60 far as the control of State affairs aro concerned. He thinks that so long as the church is allowed to enunciate its diabolical doctrines, so long will Mormunlsm and polygamy prosper. The Capitol Ilullillii it Ant tin, Tex. Austin, Tex., Nov. 4. The entire concrete foundation of tho new Capitol building is completed. By the fifteenth iu&t, the locomotives nnd rolling btock of th Capitol Syndicate's Quarry Railroad will be here, and by December the masons will commence tho stone work for tho mnmmotb structuro. The truck for this railroad will bo laid by the International and Great Western Railroad Company, with convict labor, hired by tho company for their own work. Tho cost? of tho foundation alone oi tho Capitol is 40,000. In making then) there have boon used 2,C00 barrels of sand, 2,000 barrels of cement and 1,300 cubic yards of gravel. So far tho expenso hai amounted to about $300,000 In foundatiou, quarrying rock, track laying, etc. The Klollner Hungarians. Rkadino, Fa., Nov. 4. Tho twenty-on Hungarian rioters arrested here engaged council and will apply to tho American Council for aid In their efforts to secure their rights. They say they were employed at 11.50 jwr day to work on tho railroad, but, having received at tho rate of lehsUluui $i per day in their first pay, they determined to quit work. Instead of apply. Ing for their rights iu a legal way, they resorted to force and damaged considerable property. Tho persons they havo assaulted have also preferred charges. Tho men have not yet domnnded a hearing. The contractors deny tho above story and say tho men received all tho pay they wore entitled to. m The Oiililleht Kohbcry. Oakfikld, Wis., Nov, 4. Somo timo age a money package mysteriously disappeared from tho oxpress ofllco in this village, A man having about $400 in his jwsscssion, the amount contained in tho express pack-ago, was arrostod In Milwaukee, but after an investigation was discharged, thero no posltivo evidence against him. It U now said that a special detective has been working upon, tho case over since, and that ho has succeeded In solving tho mystery. Ho says lie has socurod tho money and will put it in tho hands of tho express authorities at an early date.