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rj DAILY W?Wffl$& BULLETIN. I VOL. i- A. MAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1883, PRICE ONE CENT. TfTlIXIAM HUNT. T - ' h T Manufacturer and originator of the cele brnted brands of ' cigka.:rS, Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy Smoke, Three ty:auttes, Cord wood am Gold Slugs. Second Street, MrvsvUIc, Ky. "7 31. KOGEItS, ; deSaler in . Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. SU mch301y MA YSVJLLE, KY, G; BROWNING, 31. IX, A, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and resldonco south-east corner of Third and Button streets. Will give special attention to diseases peculiar to females. nplHdly MAYSVILLE. A. rixoHco., DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. CQr. Third and Button Streets, mch301y' MAYSVILLE, KY. p S. JUI, ATTOKM'.T AT IjAW. ileal r.fitiuoaiiil Collecting Agency. Court St., (ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE, KY. OLT UIVIIENOX, R Dealer in Staple and Fancy &EOOEBIES, has REMOVED from his old btand to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charles!. Frank. upKWJy T F. ItTAN, Gold, Silver niur Nickel ELECTRO PLATING, and Rubber Stamp Work done on short notice nt Mnysvillo ttemdrlng "Woiks, No. 8, Secoud btieet. apl71y J. K.RYAN. TAMES ACAKR, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery, (Sale and Feed Stables Street Hark orders promptly attended to at nil times. Finest and latest stylo Turnouts. Horses houuht and hold on Commission. Market St. lour doors below Oentral Hotel, aUJ T W. SPARKS dr ISKII., A'o. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS OILCLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at 30, . P6, 40, 45, GO, (1, 05, 70, 75. and 00 cts.f 1.00 and $1.25 per yard. mchaidly JOHN Jl. i'OYNTZ, J ., INSURANCE ACENT. Oldest and host Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. LoHho promptly paid. No discounts No delays, Offlce corner Third and Market streets. apiedly J BLAKKllOKOUGIl, THEBOSS WALTHAM WATCH STORE. Headquarters forClocks, fillver Goods, etc. All work piomptly and satlsmctnr ily'done. Second St., hast ol Market. ap!7 TACOH LINN. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Krcnh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread and cakes. Patties and weddings iurnlnhed on short notjee. , ,.. S3 Second M.. maySdly MAYSVILLE, KY. J ANK fc WOUIUCK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. Plans and specifications furnished an reasonable terms and all work satisfactorily and piomptly done, OrUceon Third street, Wall and Sutton. npllldly iV KACKLLY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh'JSly) MAYSVILLE, KY. vr bavin' 1.VRNIS1I1NO GOODS and Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, The latest fnll stylcsjust received. Market St., api6dly MAYSVILLE, KY, M ns. ai, j. Moitronn, Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received nnd prices VEHY LOW. Bonnets and Hats made over lu the latest styles. a2Uld TlTItS. 1 1J. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hnts, Uonucts, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second fctreet, Mrs, George llurrows' old stand. apllOdly 1ITISS AIATTIK CJAIUt, Second street, January's Elock, Millinery Goods, .Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles. Prices Low. mchffldly rVWENR ifcllAHULKY, Nos. 67 aud 9 Second and 10 Sutton streots. have just received a lare stock of 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. np)J0 S SI 31 ON, Dealer in ClUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery, Notions, eto. No, 45 Market Street, East side, between Second and Third, a21dflm MAYSVILLE, KY. THE ETERNAL REVENUL REPORT OF COMMISSIONER EVANS. 1)1 ftlrnl lies or Collecting IlHnjr linn Idly Overcome InlorcBtliiK' HtutU ttriol the Tobacco imd I.tuor Traffic Nuinher or DlHtltUrleM nnd Tobacco Factories. WAsnraoTON, D- C,, Nov. 4. Commissioner Evans, of tho Internal Revenue Bureau, has submitted his annual report to Secretary Folger, Tho receipts for tho fiscal year, ended SO, 18S3, were 914l,Ktt,:U4, and for tho first three months of tho current year $29,072,178. Tho general condition of tlip sorvico Is good. In one or two localities there are some things to be corrected In tho manner of administration, but thcso are not of very great moment, and it h thought all cause of complaint will noon disappear. Ho rofcrs mainly to the Fifth and Sixth districts of North Carol Inn, where some abuses of long standing are being gradually removed. No extensive frauds are being perpetrated upon the Government by persons required to pay Internal rovenue taxes. Evidence accumulates dally that oven in thoso portions of the country, where at one period it was not regarded as disreputable to resort to nn dc vlco to defeat tho collection of internal revenue, thcro is a healthy change of and it is not difficult to secure tho conviction of tho guilty. No extensivo organization exists anywhere in tho country whoso object Is to defraud the Government of its internal revenue While these general statements .are true, I, is equally true that not only have per.ou been guilty of misdemeanors, but they haw not hesitated to commit tho gravest crimci in resisting tho Internal revenue ofllcers In their efforts to discharge their duties. Hr urges an amendment to the laws fixing for the prosecution of offenses against tho rovenue laws nt a much les. period than fivo years. As now provided by law, except in cases where the nceiued places himself boyond tho jurisdiction oi tho court of tho district where tho offense was committed) in nearly' every Instance where a conviction has boon secured tho offense was committed within two years be fore tho indictment was found. Case old er than two years are almost InvariuM; lost by tho Government, Ho has Ixen strongly urged to recommend a proclanm tion of general amnesty to all perrons Vii have retailed distilled spirits without tit payment of a special tax, aud to all p. who have operated small distilleries without registering tho same, and complying with other laws and regulations, ThIs view is urged by its advocates upon the ground 'that a largo number of thoso thuh engaged aro desirous of abaudoulug their unlawful practices, but, having .long been violators of tho law, t'bey see no special Inducement to leave off If nt any time tlioy aro to bo arrested' for what wu douo within five years, Tho expenditure? for the discovery and punibhment of fraud wero $(11,275; number of stills seized 307; persons arrested, 1,(2$, flnd one ofllcer of tho rovenue service killed. There has been generally throughout the country little dls)ositioii to ovudo payment of internal revenue taxes. On the coutrnry, thnre has been evinced by tho great body of tax-payers a willing obedience to the laws. Tnero has been no relaxation on tho part of olUcers to secure tho close and faithful collection of tho taxes. In portions of tho country, notably in the more remote uud sparsely Bottled districts of tho Southern States, within a few years the production of and trafile in illicit spirits 'and tobacco have pry vailed to n greut extent. In homo districts formidable combinations existed to resist tho collection of taxo", uud the authority of the Govenunenl was openly defied. Tho enforcement of laws was attended with great dilllcultv ami not unfrequently with loss of life to the officer. Tho policy adopted to execute the law firmly and vigorously, but impartially and lu a conciliatory a maim.T as possible, has brought about a better public sentiment uud u decided Improvement in tho condition of affairs in this respect in the localities referred to. Seizures ot projxrty for violation of internal revenue laws during tho fiscal year were 41,'.KJ,. gallons of distilled spirits, 60,053 pounds of tobacco, 512,444 cigars and miscellaneous property, tho total valuation of which was $mi,Kj, and for the quarter ending !J0, 18811, tho value of the property seized was $:4,4(ft The estimated expense of tho service for the fiscal year ending Juno 80. 18S"), is $4.DW,1W. Tho number of cigars reported having been manufactured in tho United State5 during tho twelve months ended December ai, 1&S2, is 3,100,-000,000. and of cigarettes 000,000,000, Tho Commissioner estimates that the new revenue law of lust March will cause a reduc tion of revenue of $'U5(OO0f000 during tho next fiscal year. In tho statistical portions of tho reort are found the following figures: Number of tobacco factories in operution during tho year, 774, using t00,3,iilii pound of materlul which yielded 108,781,420 pounds of ummifucturva stuff hml tobacco 5,21 distilleries of spirits and malt liquors wero registered. Grain and other materials used for the production of distilled spirits 18,011,787 bushels, yielding a production 2,tS7!S,10( gallows. Number of pioof gullons of spirits, rectified, in year ended April DO, 1SS3, (H,OI0,fl00 Number of gallons of snjrjts hi warehouse, Juno 30, 1833, 60,002,015. m. , : INTELLECTUAL TREAT. How i'hleaco Qfintlomeii .Mnnutro to InJoy Tlietimelveau Cnicuoo, Nov. 5. A largo number of sporting men wont in carriages last night to a point on the Brighton Road, a few miles out of tho city. Two of tho party curried dogs carefully swathed in fianuol, and one of thoso was found to be "Senator," a well-known canine from "Washington, D. C. "Senator" is tlueo years old, rather heavily built, with 'good stout liraba and showing a, good deal of strength. Tho obcr pup was "Tommy B," Chicago pet, well known. Though not oa lieayy as "Senator," he had a thoroughbred appearanco about him that won him many friends. There were present sports from Washington, Baltimpre, New York and Chicago, aud tho 6takcs wero $500 a side The fight lasted one hour and six minutes, and seven rounds in all were fought. After tho usual preliminaries of sponging and lasting, tho dogs were put down and immediately rushed together, "Tommy B." got tho first grip on "SenatorV shoulder, tho latter retaliating by getting "Tommy" by tho jaw. After holding on for some time, "Tommy" threw "Senator," and went for his thfoat in a lively manner. Time was called and the dogs separated, "Tommy' being tho favorite in the betting. After five minutes' interval tho second round was commenced by "Senator" getting "Tommy" by tho throat. Tho dogs fought all over tho ring, "Tommy" getting decidedly tho worst of it, aud showing signs of weakness. "When time was called, at tho third round, "Tommy" came up and wont to work in a plucky manner, though It was evident that ho was overmatched both in size, skill and strength. "Senator" had all the best of tho third and succeeding rounds, and chowod tho unfortunate "Tommy" at his will Tho Chicago dog, however, behaving in tho pluckiest mann6r, notwithstanding that tho iteh was being literally torn frorf his body. In tho seventh round "Seuator" got him fairly and squaroly by tho throat, and tho two laid on tho ground togother, "Senator" panting from his oxertions. Tho unfortunate "Tommy" took one look at his conqueror and then with nn agonizing yelp departed this life. "Tommy" was valued by his owner at over 800, that figure having been refused for him. Tho fight was one of tho best and most stubborn witnessed for somo time, but weight told. Tho authorities did not interfere, and tho party returned to tho city peacefully. EXPRESS ROBBERY, ' Systematic Series or Tlifta In the t' hi en so Warchoauc. Chicago, Nov. 5. For somo tlmo past largo quantities of valuable consignments have disappeared from tho warehouses of tho United States Express Company, Last night n well-known thief, Henry Long-street, was arrested while trying to sell a quantity if choice imported cigars. Ho confessed his guilt and implicating Cordon Ostrandnr, an employo of tho Express Company, who had charge of stow&ig away all goods in tho cars of the Rock Island Railroad. Longstrect said that In connection with Ostrander ho had committed numerous thefts of bundles of clothing aud cigars, afterward disposing of tho goods at pawnshops. Longstrect has already been convicted of larceny nnd forgery and has served a term in tho Brldowelh FIENDISH CRIME. llrntal Assault Upon a Idttle Child of Ellfht Ynr. Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov, 4. Jennie Jones, a beautiful girl aged eight, was found In her bed Thursday morning bleeding and frightfully mutilated, having been outraged. The child's piyjents who wero regarded as highly respectable English people, nnd recently arrived hero from Chicago, chargo Bflckell, tho girl's undo, and a brother of Mrs. Jones, ns guilty of tho crimo. Although his conduct on provlons occasions aroused their suspicions, they refused to prosecute him. Saturday night It is said Jones, who is tho girl's stepfather, received $500, fiom BuekulMnd left towu with his wife aud child. Buckell has also, disappeared. The CIIhmh Witrki'ri Strike. Pittsbuho, Pa,, Nov. 5. Mr. J, A. Cham hers, Chairman of the Conference of tho Western Window Glass in a card jmt published, denies entirely that tho committee has tdiowu any desire to avoid a conference with the glus workers' committee, and says that he is ready at any time to call a meeting of his committee to meet tho representatives of the glass workers,and f that thus far no members of the workers' committee havo requested such a conference, Tho wiudow glass works remain shut down and the strike promIos to continue Indefinitely. ...... ' I, Commercial TnivoIrrV AftMocltitlou. Pittsburg, Ta., Nov. 5. As previously announced, there was a meeting of the t Commercial Travelers' Association In the Chamber of Commerce building. Very fow members wero present, and, lucking a quorum, no business could ho done. Those present wore unanimously in favor of putting forth every effort to repair tho shattered framo of the organization, and make it worthy of support. , ,.. Troublo Among AmaltcMiimted Mlnrrs. PiTTsnuna, Pa., Nov, 5. Great dissatisfaction has existed for spine time among members of the Minors' Amalgamated Association, somo claiming that tho Association was being run In opposition to the Knights of Labor. Tho Summer Hill miners have refused to pay assessments of tho Association, and it is said others will follow their example. Tho 1'rctiideiit'tf Uesldciice Washington, Nov, 5. Tho President will not return to tho Executive Mansion to live before December. He is well suited with his lifo at tho Soldiers' Homo. Mrs. McElroy will be here about the first of January to resume the samo duties sho agreeably porf ormod lost season. Meeting1 of tho Coko Tool. PiTTSUuno, Pa,, Nov. 5. A meeting of the Coko Pool will be hold in New York net Friday, Tho object of tho meeting is to settle the prorating of tho Coke business, which is nocossarysincothe Pittsburg, McKocsjwrt & Youghiogheny Itallroad has entered tho pool. HI' ll ll I II I Colchrntintr Martin Luther. PiTTsnuna, Pa., Nov. a On noxt Saturday wJU be celebrated tho four hundrodth anniversary of tho birth of Dr. Martin Luther, and on the Sunday following appropriate memorial services will be hold in all tho Lutheran churches hi Allegheny City and Pittsburg. Kcceptlon to Bishop Klorda. Salt Lakk, Utah, Nov. 4. Bishop and party arrived hero Saturday, and wero given a reception by tho Catholic clergy last evening. MISSING MARY AT. HOME.'? THE LOST ONE REACHES ST, LOUIS, i DodRlag the She Sayn About Her Absent Too Much Home DlHcipltue the Cntise or tho Trouble-She Will llenmln With ller Hothcr sad Abandon Tramp- inar. St. Louis, Not. 6. Mary Churchill accompanied by her father, arrived in St. Louis by tho Vandalia train from at 8 o'clock this morning, Thoy loft the train at tho Main stieet depot to avoid the crowd of reporters that were awaiting them at the Union Depot, and were driven at once to tho Churchill residence. To a reporter who saw her thcro several hours later, sho oxprossod some indignation at some of tho manufactured interviews that had been published since her whereabouts bocamo known. Sho wished it distinctly stated that she had not seen any St. Louis papers since sho left homo In August, and was ignorant of tho great sensation her disappearance had caused. A week ago &ho was appointed superintendent of one of tho wards in the Lidiana Asylum for tho Insane, whero sho was employed, and her duties in this now capacity would havo begun to-day. Sho declined to state her reasons for going away, but it is suggested that she found tho home discipline too irksome and that sho was especially tired of tho task of practicing four hours a day on the piano. Sho soys she will henceforth devote herself to the caro of her mother, who has been broken up ty tho affair. Tho failure to find her is partly explained that sho really does not look at all like tho pictures of her that were sent out in every direction, Sho is in good health and spirits, and gained twenty pounds during her absence. iTfDiAKAixiLifl, Ind., Nov. 5. Colonel Churchill, of St Louis, in response to a telegram that his daughter Mary, hod been fouud here as an employe at tho Insane Asylum, nrrivod hero last night. Father nnd daughtermet at ono of tho hotels, and no stranger was present at the meeting. Tho daughter was at ilrst declined to return home, but was finally persuaded to make a brief visit. She says sho will return to her work in tho laundry of the asylum, whoro she has entertained tho inmates by her accomplishments. Sho has expressed a desire to study elocution. RHEA'S STORY. She k'nllti Amous: ThlovcH nnd Tosch a Wntch the Cxur Guve ller. Philadelphia, Nov. 5. Within tho past two months an actress was robbed of her diamonds at the Continental Hotel. Another made complaint at the same hostelry that her jowels wero missing. AJthird, whilo playing at tho Chestnut Street Theater, declared that a lot of her silk dresses wero stolen and an actor advertised him-self through the loss of a performing bulldog, Tho latest theatrical story of theft concerns Mllo. Hhea, who is playing at the Chestnut Street Theater. Substantally told it is this: Mile. Rhea and her maid reached this city in a sleeping car. Tho uctress has tho good old-fashioned habit of putting her watch under her pillow when &ho sleeps, and this sho did not fail to do on this wid occasion. It was a bijou of a watch, with an open dial, jeweled, and adorned ns to the back with an embossed Roman "R " Mile. Rhea, it i set forth in the story, received it us a present from tho Czar in Russia, and valued it accordingly. Mile. Rhea's maid remembers to havo looked at tho watch at 7 p. m., but at 7;00, when its fair owner needed it, It was gone. There seems to havo been some suspicion as to tho car porter, but ho, liko tho watch, is gone. Suit AcMnt n THrnih Company PiTTHBUito, Pa., Nov. 4. Charles A. O'Brien, as attorney for C. A. Dally, will to-day enter suit against tho Baltimore and Ohio Telegraph Company to recover $1,000 damages. Tho plaintiif alleges that, on October 23d, a message was sent to him from a friend at Bellalre, Ghio, regarding a situation which the hitter had procured for him. The telegram was sent over the B. & O. Company's lino, but failed to reach tho plaintiif until ono week after it hull been sent. In consequence of the delay Dully claims that he lost the situation, aud now hooks to recover damages from tho company. This Ls the third suit of the kind ever entered in this State, und rulses nn important question, notwithstanding tho insigullicanco of tho claim. Acquitted, Ind., Nov. T. At a railroad election hold at Fountalutowii, this county, on the SWtU of last September, Charles Vernon assaulted a young nmti named AVlllliain Cross without cuube. Cross, in order to defend himself, used a knife on his aggressor, slnxh.ng him about the' head aud breast until life was extinct. During tho excltemont he escaped, running through a corn-held, but returned next morning, giving hhusolf up. Tho Grand Jury returned an indictment charging him with ussnult with intent to commit murder. On that charge he has been aequirted after a two duys trial. lMttHburtr Koulltiii; Ituces. PiTTsnuna, Fa., Nov. B. Mr. II. O. Price, tho pool seller of this city, w)jo offered tho prizes and secured the presence of tho oarsmen and crews In the Ilulton regatta in September, said in an Interview: I Intend to give another regatta uext year; In fact I proposo giving ono every year. But noxt season I will have qnly single and double scull rocjes," Mr. Price stated that he had another course than Ilulton in view for next season, and was going to havo it sur,voyod on the ico this winter. A Clergyman nnd illn Wire Ilnrt. TJabt Tawas, Iicn, Nov. 4.-Whilo Roy. Dr. Lypns, pastor of the Melhodlst Episcopal Church, was riding with his wife to church yesterday both wero thrown from tho buggy. Mrs. Lyons was severely hurt and the pastor broke a leg. CHRISTIAN'S CONDUCT. Eloping With Ills Host' Wife and Money. Chicago, Nov, . A sensation is caused by tho arrestof Christian Hoische, formerly Accountant General of Paraguay and confidential adviser of tho King of that country. Tho complainant is Theodore Barow-ski, a wealthy merchant of Assumption. Ton months ago, at a State dinner, Heischo mot Miuo. Barowsld, wifo of the complainant and tho daughter of a distinguished family. After this tho visits of tho servant of the King to the homo of tho merchant prince, Barowski, were frequent, and rumors of misconduct had scarcely begun to be whispered when ono morning seven months ago Heischo, together with Mmo. Barowski and her four-year-old daughter, embarked for London and thence to the Continent, whero they paid a long visit to tho parents of the unfaithful wife. During this time Barowski was beside himself with rago. Three mouths ago tho runaway pair came to New York and thence to this city, whero thoy furnished apartments on Webster avenue. All wtnt well until Barowski, who had discovered the whereabouts of tho fugitives, reached hero and had Ucischo placed undor arrest Mme. Barowski was found secreted in tho parlor of her homo, hut as sho agreed to return to her forgiving husband sho was spared tho disgrace of arrest It is claimed by Barowski that Heischo, at the timo he bid Montevideo good bye, took with him $30,000 belonging to tho wrongod husband, and that tho fugltivo left a wtfe and children nt tho Paraguayan capital. Meanwhile the husband, who had expended many thousand dollars in tracking his wife, and had traveled across threo Continents, is happy in her presence after a forced absence of seven months. - FOUL MURDER, A rather uud nin Pornmour Arrested for the Killing or Ills Son. ' Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 5. A Princeton dispatch says Mrs. Ellen Long, widow, and L. S, Whittemoro, father of the boy found in the river with his throat cut, havo been arrested for tho murder. Detectives who took tho caso had their suspicions turned to Mrs. Long because of rumors that sho once attempted to poison ros wifo and failed. Searching her houso. thoy found tho bloody clothes which she had been wearing up to the murder and a butcher knife and two razors stained with blood. In a well on her premises was found a club with blood marks. Neighbors say that a criminal Intimacy existea between tho widow and Whlttemore, and that it was known to his nine-year-old son, who was thus disposed of to stop scaudal. The loy was missing ten days, but the father made little effort to find him. The theory is that the boy was killed by Mrs. Long In her cellar, aud that, his father carried tho body to tho river and hid it In a place whero ho pretended to first discover it ten days later. Mrs. Long is a daughter of ex-.County Judgo A. H. Myers. . . i ii i m i .! 4 A SORRY PLIGHT. TrnnU Dubotn in Now About to lie-come tx Father. Chklton, Wis., Nov. 5. Tho wife of S. J. Hudson, of Belvidero, 111., who deserted her home and two children and went to Waupun, Wis., and, dressing in male attire, assumed the name of Frank Dubois, is, if possible, creating more attention than over. As Frank Dubois she last spring met Gertrude Fuller, and after a short courtship tho two wero married. Tho husband of Frank bois, by his searches, caused' Frank's sex to be exposed, and considerable excitement enauod. The wife of this woman, Gertrude, still contends that Frank is a man, and as an evidence, Gortrude is now onceinte. Mrs. Hewitt, Gortrude's mother, came to town this morning to havo '.'Frank" nrrestetl, and sho was told by tRe authorities sho would havo to go to Fond du Lao. Now, if Frank ls really a girl matters are getting In a pretty shape. Mrs, Hewitt says he Is, but Gertrude declares that Frank is a man, although Frunk Is tho mother of S. J. Hudson's two children. Mrs. Hewitt declares sho will prosecute Frank to tho full extent Of tho law. STUBBORN FLAMES. A Great Fire Rnlnff In Ijoudoii. Londox, Nov. 5. A fire, which broke out iu Lines Bros,' saw-mill, in tho district, Saturday morning, Is still raging fiercely, although thirty engines uud COO firemen aro working strenuously, A brisk wind is blowing. Thero are no hopes of saving any of tho houses on tho block. Tims far eighteen havo burned; loss, $3,-000,000. An immon&o stock of lumber Is on the ground, and will propably continue to burn for two days. 51iimcNom 1'alUU'H. St. Paul, Minn., Nov, 5. Tho Republican claim the State by from 8,000 to 20,-000, tho Democrats by from 4',06o to 5,000. Tho Democrats made a big fight on account of his Norwegian birth, and haye been creating a defection of 25 per ceut among 10,000 Scandinavians, usually Republican voters. Tho foolish plank in regard to prohibition In the Republican platform will cost tho party some votes. I I- !. Condition of the Hirer. riTTSDuna, Pa., Nov. 5, Tho following is tho stage of water at points above Pittsburg: Pittsburg, six feet six iuehes, falling; v Oil City, threo feet and falling; Parkers, three feet eight inches, rising J Browns villo, fivo feet, btationnry; Lock No. Four, seven feet, falling; Morgantown, two feet three inches, falliug; Rico's Landing, four feet nine inches, falling; Greensboro, eleven feet eight inches, falling. Ono of aXublfy'a ?lei HJiot. Toledo, O., Nov. 5. A young man named Joseph Commanzlng, employed iu Jhq cubing house of C, R, Mnbloy & Co., was shot and ki)led in tho city suburbs by an unknown party, Tlio affair is involved In mystery. A shot was heard, and tho man who fired it soon to leave the spot by two women, but ho is not yot apprehended. m 3i i i ? .