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'EVE BULLETIN. UVU ',kV V ii MAYSVILLf, KY.tMjMXaX NOVEMBER 8, 1883, frRICE ONE CENT. "tirlLLIAtt HUNT. Manufacturer und originator, of the cele brattd brands of ' " " cigka.:r,s9 Silver Dollar, Win, Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap- ?y HinoKo.,xiireo ueauueH, uoruwooti anc S: 5oldSlugs.pSecond Htieet, MaysvllletKy. DEALER IN s m' Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. St mchaQly MA YSVILLE, KY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and residence south-east corner of Third aud Sutton streets. Will give special attention to diseases peculiar to females. aplHdly MAY8VILLE. "T FIXCII "" DEALERS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor. Third and Sutton Streets, xnchSOly'' MAYSVJLLE, KY. p S. JU11, ATTOKNET AT LAW. Itoftl Estate niul Collecting A:e"cy. Court St. (apl2dly) MAYgVlLLE, KY. r OLT KMIIENON, Dealer In Staple and Fancy has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second street lately occupied by Charles II. Frank. apUklly T F. ItYAX. , Gold, Silver nwl Mckcl ELECTRO PLATING, nud Rubber Stamp Work done on short notice at Muysvlllo Repaliiug Works. ISn. 8, Second street. npl71y J. r.KYAN. TAMES Ir CARK, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livery j Sale and Feed Stables Street Hark orders piomptly attended to at all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts. Horses bought and sold on Commission. Market St. four doors below Central Hotel. al23 T W.SIMUKS A UKO., AU 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS, OILCLOTHS per yard. inciiaiuiy JOHN U. l'OYXZ,J.( INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Compauies, Insures for full value. Low rates. Loes piomptly pnld. No discounts No delays. Oiuco corner Third and Market streets. iiplWly x niiAUcnonovoii, THEBOSS WALTHALT WATCH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, etc. All work promptly and satisfactorily done. Second St., Fast ot Maikct. apl7 ACOH LINN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Fiesh Oysters a specialty. Fresh bread and cakes. Parties and weddings furnished MfflSuJnBySdly M AVKVILLE, KY. T AXIS V WOUKIOK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. IMans and specifications furnished an reas. onablo terms and all work satisfactorily and promptly done. Otllcaon Third street, between Wall and Button. apllldly rOHIUNON A KACKEEY, w Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. Second Street, (mhiflly) MAYSV1LLE, KY. ' jyr iavih, 1 UUNIS1IINO GOOI8 anil OLOTHiira, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fall styles just iccelved, Market St., apHSdly MAYSVILLE, KY. M UN. 91, J, M OllFOIU), Third St., opposite Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW STOCK Just received and prices VERY LOW. Bonnets and Hats made over lutlie latest styles. a'JUfd TITJCS. F. 11. COLLINS, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street, Mrs. Ueorge Burrows' oldatnud. aplltklly ttisn mattie oauk, Second street, January's Block. Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of tho latest styles. Prices Low. mchaidly 0 WENS fc UAltKEEY, Nos.67and 59 Second and 1U Button streets, havo Just received a largo block 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, npUO S SIMON, -Dealer In- QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE, Glass, Cutlery. Notions, etc. No, 45 Market Btreet, East slue, between Becond and Third, o21dflm JHAXBVilJUU,.ft.X. ELEOTIO'. wJt . ft. A A . few. V. A' a THE .VOTING IN VARIOUS STATES. SIticIi Interest Taken ami IX envy Votrn Generally Polled The Outlook In Jtlin DinTcrontFleldM A f. Unlet Day'u Voting. NEW YORK. New YortK, Nov. 7. Thirty-two election districts out of GS8 give Carr, llepublicun, zor oecreuiry 01 state, 3,443; juaynaru, Democrat,.2,001; Gates, Prohibitionist, 611; Beocher, (G. A. R.,) 25. Out of the of 182,111, tho voto will not oxoced 155,000. , New York, Nov. Tho Democratic majority in this city will bo about 40,000, ex cept that of Maynard for Secretary of Stato, who has been cut by tho liquor interest Brooklyn, N, Ym Nov. 7. Tho Democrats now claim that Hcndrix, Democrat, N olectcd Mayor over Low, Republican, by 3,000 majority, and that Daggett, Republican, is defeated in his own ward for tho Senate. New York, Nov. 7. Tho apparent majority for tho Democrats on the SUuc ticket is 47,000, except Maynard who run 10,000 behind Brooklyn, N. Y,, Nov. 7. One hundred and seven election districts give llendiix SM,03; Lowo, 24,150. Syracuse, N. Y., Nov, 7. This city ( gives about 2,000 Republican majority, On- andaga county is estimated at 4,000 majority. Senator McCarthy, Republican, is by a reduced majority. All tho Republican candidates for tho Assembly are elected. The Germans cut tho Democratic State ticket severely. New York? Nov. 7. It appears certain that tho Democratic State ticket is elected by a majority of from 25,000 to 40,000. Thu Stato Senate is probably Republican aud tho Assembly still doubtful New York, Nov. 7. At tho Cooper Union it wo3 announced that tho Democratic State ticket with tho exception of May-nard would be elected by about 00,000 majority. At Tammany Hall dispatcher wero read stating that thd State ticket would bo elected by 10,000 majority, with the exception of Maynard, who was proba bly defeated. Tho announcement was re coived with great cheerlng,af tor which John Kelly mado a speeclu Hendrlx, Demo crat, it was stated was elected Mayor 01 Brooklyn by U,O00 majority. New York, Nov. 7. Tho Republican State Committee claims to bo sure of 10 out of 32 Senators and 70 out of 123 Assemblymen, a gain of 5 in tho Senate and 23 in the Assembly. They claim that Carr leads I tho ticket by from 15,000 to 2o,000. They claim the rest of tho State ticket by from 5,000 to 8,000 majority. MAKSACiisirrrs. Boston, Mass,, Nov. 7. Thirty-nine cities and towns givo Rdbinson, 14,734; Butler, 12,710. The Nimo places last year gave Butler, 11,031; Bishop, 11,000; a gain of 2,033. Full River, Now Bedford uud Waltham are included. The total vote will bo over 300,000, 30,000 larger than over baforo cast. Tho Democratic majority in Fall River is 400 against over 1,100, bust year. Boston, Mass., Nov. 7, Returns from 100 towns and precincts givo Butler, T0,l; Robinson, .V.', t.VJ. At this rate Robinson carries the Suite by 10,000 to 15,000. Butler's plurality in Boston is 0,511, against nearly 14,000 in 1682. Tho returns froih tho btate bhow uniform and large Republican gains and plainly indicate Bobinsou's election. Chairman Lodge says that tho returns nioro than sustain the canvas of tlu Repulican State Committee upon which he gavo Robinson 13,000 imijority. In Boston tho Republican gains are larger than aiu ticipatcd. Butler ocurcely holds his own in wards where he is strongest. The city of Worcester shows a Republican gain of at least 800, Robinson carrying tho city by irom 000 to S00 majority on a large voto. Butler carriod the city last year by 1,300. Tho balance of the Republican ticket is elected by a tremendous majority, probably , tt),ooo or 40,000. Boston, Mass., Nov. 7. Chelsea Robin-con, 2,225; Butler, 1,750; a Republican gain. Boston, Mass , Nov. 7. Tho Legislature will stand as follows: Senate, Republican, 22; Democrat, 13; a Democratic gain of 1, IIouso, Republican, 175; Democrat, 05; a Republican gain of 18. Tho Democrats havo elected two membersof tho Executive council, a gain of 1, Boston, Mass., Nov. No words can do-scribe tho intensity of the excitement In this city over tho election returns. Newspaper row on Washington street from the Old South Church to Dock j3uare, a distance of a quarter of a mile, was literally packed all the evening. All was discontinued and it was imjHjssible to force ono's way through tho crowd. Tho sterooptican bulletins of tho newspapers wero greeted by continuous cheers and hisses, yet there was no ilisorder or lawlessness, Faucuil Hall was packed and speeches wero mode, at piecemeal intervals letween cheering, by Lleutennut Governor Ames, Congressman Horr, of Michigan, Orlando Briggs, of New York, and others. Candidates Robinson and Butler remained at their homos in Chicopoo and Lowell, respectively. Boston, Nov. 7, Two hundred and towns and cities, including Boston complete give Butler 132,353; Robinson, 1 1,071. Tho vote of theso towns in 1832 was, Butler, 118,210; Bishop, 101, 505. This ratio continued throughout tho State would givo Butler u total of 150,-000, against Robinson's 100,000, showing a gain for Butler over last year's voto of 13 percent, and a gain for Robinson over Bishop's voto of 33 per cent Boston, Mass., Nov. 7, Sixty-one towns in Massachusetts, including Lynn, Lowell, Fall River, Taunton, Newbury-port and Fitchburg, givo Robinson 20,878; itMtu QHR UciimiUv far Hahtusan 3,200. Lowell gives Butler f002 majority ngalnst 1527 last ye3r. f Boston Mass. (-"Nor. 7, One hundred and forty-two towns and cities, Including Boston, give Butler, 00,600; Robinson, 95,007. Tho same towns last year gavo Butler 80,G03; Bishop, 70,27& Tho total voto at this ratio will bo 'Butler 150,000; Robinson, 100,000. , The. towns" to bo heard from aro mainly Republican. The voto of Boston iss Butler, 32,465: Robinson, 25,054. Total, 63,419. Butlort plurality 0,611; plurality,last year, 14,010. 1 Boston, Nov, 7. Following is tho voto of tho cities of tho Stato: Boston Butler, 32,405; Robinson, 25,054; Republican gain of 7,505. Springfield Robinson, 3,227 ; Butler, 2,859; Republican gain of about 009. Fall River Butler, 3,507; Robinson, 3,112; Republican guin of COO. New Bedford Robinson, 2,549; Butler, 1,717; alarge Republican gain. Nowburyport Butler, 1,855; Robinson, 1,040; Republican gain. Taunton Robinson, 2,083; Butlerr 1,830; a Republican gain. Fitchburg Butler, 1,100; Robinson, 1,495; a Republican gain. Salem Robinson, 2,230; Butler, 2,203; a largo Republican gain. Gloucester Robinson, 1,191; Butler, 1,473. Lynn Butler, 4,711. Cambridge Robinson, 3,006; Rutler, 4,005; a Republican gain of several hundred, Holyoke Robinson, 1,310; Butler, 1,511; a Republican gain of several hundred. 6,099; Rutler, 5,143; a Republican gain of over 1,000. Somerville Butler, 1,000; Robinson, 2,291; a Republican gain of several hundred. Boston, Nov. 7. Ono hundred and ninety-0110 tow.ns and cities, including Boston complete, give Butler, 115,709; Robinson, 117,-309. Tho samo towns last year gavo Butler 103,127;Bishop, 87,691. At this ratio tho total voto will bo'B'utler. 150,000; Robinson, 1C0,500. YIKGIXIA. 'Alexandria, YaVNov. 7. This city has gone Democratic byTTl majority ; a Democratic gain of 250. Alexandria county givo tho Fusionists 07 plurality. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 7. Tho election passed off quietly and tho largest voto over cast in Norfolk county was polled. Tho total count is as follows: Whites, 2,493; blacks, 2,050. Norfolk is concceded to tho Read justvrs by a majority of 350. Nearly 400 whites wero unable to voto on account of Rcadjustcr Judges voting blacks slow all day. Alexandria, Va., Nov. 7. J, S. Barbour, Chairman of the Democratic Stato Committee, claims that tho Domocrats havo carriod tho State on tho popular vote by moro than 10,000 majority, and that tho Democrats will have a majority of at least eight in tho lower House and two or three in tho Senate. Ricamond, Va,, Nov. 7. Tho Democratic majority in this city is 2,411. Thirteen cities in tho Stato aU show Democratic gains except Norfolk. PETERsnunan, Va., Nov. 7. Dispatches roceivod at tho Fusion headquarters hero up to tho hour of closing the polls show that tho election throughout tho State passed off quietly with no cerious troublo at any point, and that a very large vote had been polled. Tho returns aro slow in coming in, Richmond, Vn. Nov. 7. So far as knowi the election in the State pa&ed oif with lvmurkablo freedom from all trouble. Tho vote polled is large and so much heavier than it has ever boon since tho formation of the Rcadjustcr party, that comparisons likely to indicate the general result aro impossible and tho entire voto of counties aud senatorial districts will be necessary to show result In Richmond City everything passed oif quietly and die Democrats carry it, but tho Rcadjunter gain Is considerable. This county, Henrico, sleets a Rcadjustcr to tho Houo by &J0 majority. Richmond, Va., Nov. 7. Tho indications ire that the Democrats have carried the State. It is estimated that the Democratic iiajority in this city will bo larger than iver lofore. The following citiea givo Democratic majorities: Portsmouth, 35; Staunton, 321; Alexandria, 033; Fredericksburg, 291; Lynchburg, 400. General Wick-inn is elected State Senator over Colonel Jones, the Rcadjustcr candidate. Fkedeiucksbukq, Va., Nov, 7. A very full voto was polled, but no disorder. In Spottsylvania, Bailey, Democrat, is probably elected to tho Senate by a small majority. LYNcnnuna, Va.,Nov. 7. City gives majority of 370 for thot Democrats. A largo Democratic gai n. The county is Democratic by about 1,000. Richmond, Va., Nov. 7, Ofllcial returns from eighteen precincts in this city and from threo precincts show, out of a X)tal voto of 13,000, on average majority of 2,800 for Democratic candidate for tho LiCgislaturo. Scattering returns from various section of tho State show a largo voto tud Democratic gains. Manchester gives a Democratic majority of 440, a Democratic ;ain of 100. Charlotte and Hamilton touutles, which were carried in tho lost flection by. tho Coalitionists, aro reported is Democratic. In tho Chesterfield districts tho Democrats have mado largo gains. Tho Democrats expect to have a majority ji the Senate and probably in tho House. Neither side, howover, has yet received information enough to justify any positive statement MAUYLANI), Baltimoiie, Nov. 7. Returns aro coming in very slowly. Six precincts in this city give McLane, Democrat, for Governor, 1853 majority over Hoiton, Republican. Baltimoiie, Md., Nov., 7. McLane, Democrat, is elected by abqut 8,000 majority. Tho Republicans claim a majority in tho Senate. MINNESOTA. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 7. Governor Hubbard and tho rest of tho State Republican State ticket elected by last years 0,000 to 30,000, St. Paul, Mna Nov. 7. A very largo voto was polled throughout tho State. Blerxnonn, Democrat noznlneo for Governor, 'who I&a Norwc&an colli! tlip almost solia'voxoor xnar nanonanty."aiul,tai tno closo of tho polls tho Democratic Stato Committee claims his election by 2,000 majority, NEBRASKA. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. X Tho contest for Judge of tho Supreme Court was very animated, but a light vote was polled for tho Regents- of the University, Tho Republicans have without doubt carried the latter, but it is probable tho Democrats and Anti-Monopolists have elected the Supremo Judge. There were no disturbances throughout tho State. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 7. Tho indications are that James AV. Savage, Democratic and Anti-monopolist candidate for Supreme Judge, has defeated Reese, Republican, by 5,000 majority. The Republican managers, however, claim Reese's election by small llgures. Nothing definite will bo known for soveral days. This city, usually strongly Republican, gives Savage over 1,000 majority. The election was quiet and no disturbances are reported from any quarters. VVSSSTMmVAXIA. Montgomery County, Pa., Nov. 7. Taggart, Democrat, majority 250; Republican gain of 413. Tioga, County, Pa. Nov, 7. Niles, 1600 majority; Swesy, 1S00 majority. Democratic gain of 424. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 7. Snyder county, Republican majority, 350; Democratic gain, 309. Monroe county, Democratic majority, 2300, a gain of 07. Columbia county, Democratic majority, 220. Pike county, Democratic majority, 850; Democratic gain, 50. Fourth District, Delaware county, gives 139 Republicai majority. Lock Haven, Democratic majority, 20; Republican gain, 133. Fayette countv. Inirrnin. elected Judge- Centre county, fifteen districts give Republicans 1232; Democrats, 1351; Demooratic gain, 90. Fulton county, Democratic majority, 300: Republican gain, 39. NEW JritKKY. Ndwark, N. J., Nov. 7. Leon Abbett, Democrat, Is certainly elected Governor over Jonathan Dixon, Republican- Tho Republicans now concede a majority of 3,000 for Abbott CONNECTICUT. IlAitTDonD, Conn., Nov. 7. Returns from surrounding towns indicate that tho Republicans have carried both branches of the Legislature. This city elects tho full Republican ticket for Senator and Representatives by decisivo majorities, and a gain of 1,000. In the county, Spaulding, Republican, is elected Sheriff. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 7. Out of the twelvo Senators elected to-day are enough Republicans to mako tho Scnato Republican by a two-thirds majority. Tho majority in tho IIouso of Representative is from foity to fifty Republican. There havo been fivo Republican and throe Democratic Sheriffs elected. MISSISSIPPI. CniCAGO, III., Nov. 7, A correspondent at Vick&burg, Miss., telegraphs as follows: The returns from tho election are very meagre. In this city and county there was no party ticket, tho Executive Committees of each party having decided to make no nomination. Tho indications point to tho re-election of Beck, the present Sheriff and Fitzgerald, District Attorney. Threo members of the Legislature were voted for. Miller, Democrat, and two colored Republicans will bo elected. In Hinds county the Fusion ticket will bo elected over tho People's ticket made up of dissatisfied Republicans. Greonbnekers , and Democrats, by a handsome majority, 1 The only disturbance rejwrted, occurred ut liazieuurst in Uaploh county whore rriuce Matthews ex-Sheriff of that county, who lnu been regarded as a most notorious and disturbing element in politics in that county, was shot and Instantly killod ut 5 o'clock. Tho Sheriff of tho county called on tho Governor for troops to assist him in preserving the ' peace of tho County, and tho Capital Guards of Jackson weio ordered to tho scene of tlio disturbance. The Governor accompanied the troops. LOUISIANA, New York, Nov. 7, J, D. "Warren, Chairman of the Republican State Committee, telegranhed tho following: "Both branched of the Legislature have been carried by the Republicans. The Senate will have IB Republican members sure, and probably 20. Tho Assembly will have 0, sure, and probably 70. Carr, for Secretary of State, is undoubtedly elected. Tlu balance of tho Stato ticket is in doubt with chances iu favor of tho Republicans. THE VE3VY LATEST ELECTION NEWS. Richmond, Va., Nov. 7. Democrat est to their mojority iu the State at 20,0(10 and claim both branches of the Legislatm by on joint ballot. Mahoue organ iu this city concedes the Legislatm to the Democrats by a small majority, Jeusey City, Nov 7. Latest returns increase Abbott's, Democrat, majority for Governor to about 7,000. Tho Legislature, which has to eloct a United States Sunatur, Js Pemocratio by eleven votes on Joint ballot The Republicans havo one majority in tho Senate. Philadelphia, Nov. 7. Tho latest election returns show that tho Republicans have carried Pennsylvania by fully 20,000 majority, olectlng tho entlro city ticket by tho samo majority, except Jeffries, Controller, who has but 1,200 majority. Newaiuc, N. J., Nov. 7, Roturns aro incomplete, but a very fair estimate can be mado showing tho composition of tho next Legislature. Seven of each party held over in the Scnato and tho eloction Tuesday will givo tho Republicans eloven and tho Democrats ten members of that body, Tho Republicans have twenty-four Assemblymen and tho Democrats thlrtynsix. Jackson, Miss Nov. 7. Election returns are exceedingly slow in coming in. The interest centers upon Hinds, Madison, Cooiah. Monrpo.andlAdaiaa counties, whoro Democrats anfTRepubUcnnsunited on a fusion ticket, opposing the Independents, representing tho Chalmers movement Tho indications point to tho snecoss of tho ' fusion ticket in consequence of tho killing of Matthews at Hazcllmrst Fearing a riot, tho Governor ordered tho Light Guards of Jackson to Hazlchurst, although latest information shows that aU is quiet Boston, Nov, 7. Complete roturns from 33 1 citios and towns give Robinson a plurality over Butler of 7,610. Brooklyn, Nov. 7 , Mayor Lows majority over Hendrix, Democrat, for Mayor of this city is now given at l,Mfl, actual count Alexandria, Va., Nov, 7. Latest advices now place tho Democratic majority in this State at twenty thousand. Tho Demo- crats liavo tho Leglslaturo by twenty-two on joint ballot ' New York, Nov. 7. The most authentic figures givo Carr, Republican, for Secretary of State, a good majority. The rest of the ticket is doubtful. Tho Albany Journal says there is a strong probability of Davenport, for Controller, aud Russel, ' for Attorney-General, being elected, Ro- turns as to tho noxt Legislature as far as received show Senate will stand twenty Republicans and twelvo Domocrcls. Assem- , bly: Republicans, sovontdve; Democrats, fifty-four, thus promising a Republican United States Senator to succeed Lapham. I Boston, Nov., 7. Tho Journal this evening estimates the Leglslaturo as follows: Senate, Republicans, 275 Domocrats, 13. A 1 Democratic loss of four. House, Republicans, 137; Democrats, 93. Independents to hear from, nine, Baltimore, Md., Nov. 7. McLane's majority is now estimated at from 10,000 to (12000. Tho .Democrats will have a major- . ity of two in the Senate. Tho House will bo strongly Democratic. Altogether Dem- ' ocrats havo mado a clean sweep of tho State. Hartford, Conn., Nov. 7. Tho Republicans havo four majority in tho Senate. Tho, House now stands: Republicans 157, Democrats 03. New York, Nov, 7. Tho Democratio State ticket, with tho exception of Maynard for Secretary of Stato, is elected by 10,000. Carr, Republican, Secretary of Stato, is reelected by a majority of 10,193. JAY GOULD'S BURIAL PLACE. A Simple and ImpreNMlveTonib Ilullt In Woodlnuu Cemetery. New York, Nov, 7. The Gould mausoleum, in Woodlawn Cemetery, is so far on tho way to completion that on Thursday last tho final roof slab was set in place. Work on tho interior decoration has boon begun. Its form is that of an Ionic temple, raised on a platform threo steps above tho level of thesward surrounding it. The workmen say that tho foundation of tho platform Is a mass of concrete that makes it practically a single stone eight feet in thickness by thirty-six or more in length and twenty-eight in width. Tho structure is wholly of finely hammered Westerly graulto, without a single band or panel or other surface thnt is polished, Thirty graceful columns, eloven joot high by thirteen Inches in diameter, burround the mausoleum and add to tho support of its massive roof. Space for twenty bodies is afforded within. In tho front of tho tomb -will bo a bronzo door of Grecian design, pierced & as to afford a view of tho interior. A window representing a choir of angels will occupy tho space uowhf in tho rear wall. It is under- l Btood that the inner walls will bo of to present simple and pleasing efforts. No brick or metal Is employed iu tho construction of tho tomb, excepting tho bronze doors and tho necessary lead in the window, tt stands in tlw center of a circular plot of three or four acres on tho highest ground iu tho cemetery, in Lawn . avenue, near Central Avenuo, and Is sur- shrub as yo4 rising on this ground. THE PRINCETON BOY MURDER. A Widow una the Lntl'n Father Ar roMted 011 NuNplclou of the Crime, Princeton, Wis., Nov. 7: Mrs. Ellen Long, a widow, and L. S. Whittcmoro, tho father of tho boy found In tho river with his throat cut, have been arrested for tho murder. Tho detectives who took tho caso had their suspicions turned to Mrs. Long because of tho rumors that she had onco attempted to poison Whittemore's wife and failed. In searching her house they found bloody clothes which sho had been wearing up to tho tlmo of tho murder, aud a butcher knifo and two razors stained with blood. In a well on her premises was found a club with blood marks on it. Tho neighbors say a criminal intimacy has existed between the widow and Whittcmoro, and that it was known to his son, who was probably thus disposed of to stop a scandal, Tho boy was missing for ten days, but tho father mado but little effort to find him, Tho theory is that tho boy was killed by Mrs. Long in her cellar, and that tho father carried tho body to tho river and hid It in the placo whoro ho protended to first discover It ten days later. Mrs. Long is a daughter of ox-County Judge A. II. Myers, and was at ono tlmo considerod an woman. Tho abovo fact, howover, which havo in substance, Iwcn already presented in theso dispatches, remain unrcfuted and point to criminals on record. THEATRICAL ROW. A SXanMger'fl X'ortfetfuliicsM I.lnhle to He DxpoiiMho. CniOAOo, 111,, Nov. 7. Facts dovolojoi Indicate thatthoro will bo a lively scene at Uooloy's Theater next Sunday. LastMarch Hooloy booked Jonauscliek for tho coming week. A month later, in a moment of ho booked the Hanlon Brothers for tho samoporiod. When ho recently discovered his mistake ho tried to get out of it, but without avail. Tho Hanlon Brothers and Janauschek's agents are now in town and both will appear at Hooloy'j " on Sun-day anjjjiemand Jiossesaaion.