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t L 1 ' 1 I I BULLETIN V 1 II NO. 299? AlAYSYILLEKY.; FRIDAY, NO tEx!BER 9, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. in . .wmi twm - x hunt. Manufacturer nnd originator of the cele bn.tedbiHUd.of, , Cfr Silver Dollar, Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Hap. py Smoke, Thice Beauties, Cordwpod nuii Gold Slugs. Secoud (Street, Maysvllle, Ay. A. MKOOEKS, DEALER IN - Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. 41 E. Sec. SU rachSOly MA YSVJLLE, KYt A G. BUOWNING, M. IL, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlco and residence south-east corner of Third and Sutton streots. Will glvo special attention to diseases peculiar to gninlcs. aplHdly MAYBVILLE. "- BE A LEHS IN GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP. Cor? Third and Sutton trcets, nichSOlyl MAYflVILLE, KY. ' ATTOKNT AT LAW. lien! Tstiito and Collecting Agency. Court St., (ap!2dly) MAYSVILLE. Ky Vioir JUOUESON, Dealer In Staple and Fancy has REMOVED from his old stand to the building on Second fetrcet lately occupied by Charles!!. Frank. aplSdly j r. rtah. Gold, Silver and XlcUcl ELECTRO PLATING, . and Kubbor Stamp Work done on Rhort no. tlce at Maysvllle Repairing W oiks, , No. S, Second street npffly J r.KYAN. TAJIKS A GAKR, (Successors to Thomas Jackson,) Livpry, Salo and Teed Stables Street ilack orders promptly attended to at all times. Finest and latent stylo Turnouts. Horses bonaht and sold on Commission. Market St. four doors below Central Hotel. n!23 J W.SIMKKK fc I5KO., .Vo. 24, MARKET STREET. NEW CARPETS, OILCLOTHS and Window Shades. Good Carpets at SO, , K5, 401-15,60. CO, 65, 70,75. and W cts., 31.00 and S1.2S per yard. -- TOIIMl.rOYMZ, J . ' INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and best Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly JkU No discounts No delays. Offlco coiner Third aud Market streets. aplOdly J ItLAIEKlUMtOUGII, THE BOSS WALTHAM WATOH STORE. Headquarters for Clocks, Silver Goods, etc. All work piomptly aud Second St., hastot Market. ap!7 A011 LINN. BAKER AND CONFECTIONER. Vrnuh OvhtPlfi a specialty Wrndli hrnnri and cakes. Parties and idings lurulbhed ou short notice. ..,,,,,, 35 Second Bt., maySdly MAYBVILLE, KY. y ani: WOKHIOK, Contractors, Architects, Builders. .. . .. ri - I a tl fnuii tulirwl nti rnno enable terms and all work . .... satisfactorily and i. - ii mitt-, 1 otmnt tin. piompuy UUUU, UUJCO UU Allu n"!,"u ween Wall und Sutton, aphldly A UJtOULEY, Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS ant! STATIONERS. Second Street, (mh281y) MAYSVILLE, KY. Vf AVISf FCUNINIIINU GOODS and OLOTBIIUG, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. The latest fall stylesjust received. Market St., ap!6dly MAYSVILLE, KY. "A rits. si, j. .Moitroitn, Third St., opposlto Christian Church. Millinery and Notions. A NEW 8TOCK Just recolved and prices VERY LOW. Bonnets aud Hats made over hi the latest styles, a22tfd vritH. r. ii. collikn, MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING. Latest styles of Hats, Bonnets, Laces and Millinery Notions. 1'riceslow. Second street, Mm. George llurxows' old tand. apllGdly IITISS MA'ITIK CAitn; Second ttreet, January's Elock Millinery Goods Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., of the latest styles, Prices Low, mch31dly 0 WENS 1- IIAftKLirr, No. 67 and 69 Second and 16 Sutton streets, nave just received a largo stock of Improved VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS, the greatest labor-saving Implement ever offered to farmers. The best tobaccoVhoesnnd tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, uplld s siaKoxt Dealer In QUEENSWARE CHINA, TINWARE, - Glass; Cutlery. Notions, oto, No. 45 Market tsiuo, cetweeu Meconuanaxmru, 1 na21dS; m MAYSVILLE, KY. HOW BUTLER- TAKES IT. jFFJESHND MlLlf4G AHorAT WORKv Whnt the Clmlrnmn or tlie cliusHttif' lemoeratIe Executive Conimltfce to Itun Butler Atnin. Boston, Mass., Nov. a Governor Butler camo down" from Lowell yesterday early and was promptly on duty nt the State House, He was looking remarkably clear and fresh and wore the customary nosogay of flowers in'his button-hole. In answer to queries, ho said ho had nothing to ay in regard to tho campaign. Ho believed the Democrats at least had cast an honest voto and that no frauds liad bcon attempted on their part. Ho said: "After tho smoke of battle has cleared away, I shall probably analyzo the voto and then, per-Imps, I shall bo ready to talk politics and havo some news for you, but now I am too bu?Qr with tho affairs of tho State to even consider my own political future. Chairman N, A. Plympton, of tho Exocuttvo Democratic State Committee, however, was mora communicative. Ho could only see causa for congratulation among tho Democrats on account of their tremendous gain. "Wo shall," said he "begin to-morrow to reorganize our fore in the State, and next year, with Bcnj. F. Butler as our standard-bearer wo shall achlovo a great victory. When Massachusetts shows a Democratic gain of 60,000 in two years, when she reduces tho Republican majority, from 75,000 to u paltry 8,000, it shows that tho pcoplo are wide-awake, aro thinking for themselves. are no longer disposed to submit to political bosses. "Wo sliall keep our headquarters open, and at onco begin on our next campaign. A NEW YORK SENSATION. . I)esertHl W1 e Attempt to Hlioot Her SneaU of a Husband, New Yobk, Nov. 8. Mrs, Louise Pey Coty, a French lady, recently came to this country In search of her husband, who she alleges deserted her at Marseilles several years ago und came to Now York, taking with him tholr only child, a boy now ten years old. Sho had heard that ho had been married again to a woman with whom ho had been ultimate with in Franco, and sho intended to cnuso his prosecution for bigamy, but her main object was to obtain possession of her child. Sho was unsuccessful in her search and had taken pago on to-morrow steamer for Harvo, but yesterday afternoon sho chanced to encounter Mr. Coty on Broadway and an angry interview took place, during which Mrs. Coty drew a small pistol aud threatened to shoot her husband. Ho struck her arm down and tho weapon was discharged without in jury to any one. Tho occurrence attracted a crowd and Mrs. Coty was arrested. At tho Police Court her husband preferred a charge of felonious assault and she was held in f.500 bail for trial. Mrs. Coty, who is a handsome brunette of about thirty, persists in her determination of prosocuv lug her husband and regaining hor child. ENGLISH POLITICS. The Policy oftho (.ovrrnment on Certain Question. London, Nov. 8. Tho Government, it in announced, will adopt tho policy decided upon by tho Liberals of Leeds Conference as expressed by John Bright, namely, to dlvldo tho question of reform in tho suffrage from that of a now distribution of Parliamentary seats, and make a suffrage bill tho first and principal business of the coining session. The measure will aim to do away with tlm pri'sont distinction between borough and country frnuchhes. At present householders in borouglis are en titled to voto, whilo hi tho counties tho franchise requires that tho rent paid shall b equal 10 per annum. If tho cquuli'atioi be effected it will mid about 1,000,000 eleo tors to tho franchise and will enormously strengthen tho Irish vote, Tho decision ot tho Government to promptly take up con sldoratiou of this bill has greatly rejolcei the Pamolliots, But tho Tories are bitterl; opposed to it because of tho great increasi in tho Irish electorate which it Nvill brinj. about. GOOD DETECTIVE WORK. How a fJnnff of IMttaburs; Crooks Wiin Gathered In. PrrrsBUno, Nov, 8. As previously stated in theso dispatches, on tho night last, tho clothing store of J. F. on Fifth Avenue, was robbed of from $2,500 to 1,000 worth of made-up sulU and piece goods. Yesterday Andy Putterbon was arrested on suspicion by Detective O'Mara, and lost evening ho, in company with other detectives, took possession of a house in Cherry Alloy, occupied by a Mrs. Nelson and daughter, which, on being searched, in tho cellar was found tho entire lot of goods of which thoy were In search and an additional $200 worth of hair good ikclonging to another merchant Proctor. They placed Mrs. Nelson and daughter under arrest and lay in ambush for "'the arrival of a third party. In less than a half an hour Thouius Lynch, the susjHX't, walked into tho trap and was captured, Tho parties aro all crooks of widespread notoriety, ' A Itnllroad Layout. Nyw Haven, Conn., Nov. 8. Tho Directors of tho Hartford & Harlem Railroad Company met In the city, to consider tho adoption of a new layout in tho place of tho one rotactod some time since by tho llailroaU Commissioners. At that time one passed throu&b a Irt of tho city occupied by beautiful residences, nnd was fought by tho citizens, with great persistency. Tho now route decided upon will pass along WesirlUver with a depot in Westvillo, a suburb of Now Haven. All tho line oast of this city has botn adopted. The present layout cuts' off somo of the now grounds of tho Yalo Athletic Association, and will probably bo strongly (objected to py tho Yolo students, yet It is believed that tho Commissioners will sanction the present route. , FORGER CAUGHT. AnAcd German. Fleeing- from Homo 4 in Cornered at llnatoii. BosTOtf, Mass.,'Nov. a Nathan Szkolny, n Prussian forger, was arrested on boai d tho steamer Marathon, off Boston Light yesterday on a warrant Issued by tho Judge of tho United States District Court here at tho instance of Gcorgo P. King, acting Consul at this port for tho German Government, who received a cablo dispatch from tho Distract Attorney of Bromberg, Prussia, wherotho fbrgerios wero committed. Szkolny is about sixty years of ago, and was accompanied by his son, apparently twenty-five years old, who claimed what Daggngo and personal property wero in tho possession' of the two. Both were taken to tho Marshal's offlco. Their trunks wero thoroughly searched, and they voluntarily exhibited their effects. Only $2,200 in coin and $150 worth of diamonds were found. Szkolny said ho had been for years In tho banking business in Bromberg, and that during tho past year or so he had been embarrassed. He had forged several acceptances of drafts, quite recently, amounting in all to $50,000. Finding it impossible to cscapo detection, ho had fled, leaving his family well-nigh destitute, and hail sought his son in Berlin. Tho latter had a fow hundred marks saved up and with these thoy had paid their fares to Amorica, Tho father corroborated tho son's btatemont that ho was tho owner of the personal effects, except tho wearing apparel. Szkolny was arralnged, plead guilty, and was held for further examination. MAHONE'S DEFEAT. The HcndJoHtcr VIott or the Recent Election I to turns. Washington, D. C, Nov. a Ex-Senator Mahone's paper snys that ho has not abandoned his hold on Virginia, and Indicates a purpose to renew tho agitation of tho dobt question. Thcro aro doubts whether Mahone's colleague, will act with him in tho Senate. There havo been reports for months of differences between him and Mahono. Ho has been thought disposed to resumo his relations with tho Democracy. Tho whites predominate in his portion of tho State. HIddlebergcr hero that his county and tho Shenandoah Senatorial District havo been won by tho Iteadjustcrs, which is better Miceess for that party than was expected. One of Mahone's leaders, who has arrived hero, says his dofeat is directly attributed to tho Danvillo affair, while much injury was dono tho Iteadjustcrs by an open pledge of somo of their speakers on tho stump to support tho Republican nominee for President Tho Shoandoah Valley and tho Southwestern portion of tho State, which havo been strongly have also always been strongly Democratic, and the voters of thoso sectsons aro not prepared to bo committed to the Republicans in 1884. Tho Secretary of tho Democratic Committee claims that tho popular majority in Virginia will reach U),000. METHODIST MISSIONARIES. Appropriating TIiounimuIm of Iol!arH Co Carry from Homo. New Yoiik, Nov. 8. Tho second day's session of tho General Missionary the Motboditt Epihcopal Church was presided over by Bishop Harris, Appropriations for South American aud Italian missions wero considered and discussed at length. It was finally decided to appropriate $27,750 for general missionary purposes In Italy and 9$i:,ouo far real estate in Naples, and &J,781 was appropriated for general work in South America. Ilov. Doctors Heed, Fowler, and Edwards, General Fiskand Bishop AVarrenwue appointed to tho usual address to the church on tho subject of missions. The question of abandon. tho mission in Bulgaria was further discussed by Bishop Hurst and Dr. Buckley. Tho committee will vote on this (piestlon to-day. Dr. Buckley claims that tho mission has been a decided failure, and no f urther appropriations should be mode. ZORA BURNS MURDER. Fresh Kvidcnce To-day ami Important atf levclopuM)nU KxpoeteU. Lincoln, I1L, Nov. a In tho Burns murder trial tho forenoon was consumed in hearing tho evidence of eighteen witnesses, brought from Decatur and Cerro Gordo to lmieach Mrs. Carpenter, of Decatur, an important witness for tho State. Some of them were not of good character themselves, but all said Mrs. Cariwntert reputation was bad and thoy would not believe hor under oatlu Tho defense is attempting to prove that Mrs. kept an assignation house, and that Zorn Burns frequently mot a news agent there. There is ix rumor of tho finding of Dloody clothes and that important developments will fellow. The Canadian Pacific. ToitONTO, Nov. 8. General Manager Van nomo, of the Canadian Pacific Railroad, arrived at Toronto yesterday mid states that the attempt to construct a road through Pass in tho Rocky Mouutains, has not been abandoned, nor have tho engiuocrs disagreed asXo its practicability. Work will be coutluued next spring, as, owing to snow slides, Uioy could not push work during tho winter. Jim Jams In a Nlocpl riff. Car. Alton, O., Nov. 8. A passonger named Brittain, suffering from delirium tremens, shot tho porter of tho Pullman yesterday, and then jumped from tho window of tho car while tho train was running at a speed of about thirty miles per hour. He was horribly mangled and will probably not recover. An Old Han Murdered, Fout Worth, Tex, Nov. a Yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock A. W. Fleming, a wealthy citizen of this city, was killed by E. L. Cunningham, a meat merchant. Tho affair grew Out of an old quarrol, and, was q cold blooded murder, Fleming was a gray-haired old man. KILBOUME'S VEHDI0T. JOHN G. THOMPSON IS INDIGNANT Ho Sny tho finding Is Outrageout and Will Take tho Case to the 33 Supreme CourtHid Prof- flL fcrcd Wager, New York, Nov. a "What do you think of the verdict of the jury in Kilbourue's suit against you for damages?" asked a re- i porter of John G. Thompson, ex-Sergeant-1 at-Arms of tho Houso, at tho ' St. 'James Hotel. "Why I can ' only say what every other senslblo man would Bay who has read tho ovidonco of tho trial, that it is monstrous, that it is unfair, and that it is a travesty of justice. 100,000. is preposterous. I never heard of such a verdict before in tho face of such a cliargo as was delivered by Judgo Cox. "But," he added reflectively, "Thoso Washincton juries are conundrums. My counsel will move to set aside tho verdict, and the case will bo car-. ried to tho Supremo Court. Why, before I loft Washington Kilbourne's lawyers wero tho gloomiest men imaginable, for I thoy felt thoy had not made out a case, and certainly did not expect tho jury to do as ' it did. I offered to bet that tho damaces against mo would not bo over $5,000, if that, but no ono would take mo up." MONTEFIORE'S BIRTHDAY. Great Celebration In Honor ol tho JewUh IMillnnthropUn Ramsqate, Nov. a Tlicro was a grand celebration yesteruay of tho centennial birthday of Sir Moses Montef lore, tho distinguished Jowish philanthropist- A public holiday was granted to all work peoplo in the district, and tho town Is filled with eminent Jews, from all parts of England and many ports of tho Continent. Sir Moses, who, despito his ninety-nine full years, is still halo aud hearty, received the most prominent of God's chosen peoplo in tho early iart of tho day at his charming but secluded rcsidenco on Ramsgate Hill and Sir represented the groat banker, houso, and, among tho others in attendance, were Sir David Palmer, Mr. Mocatha, Sir Julian Goldsmld and Mr. Gosehen. The Cnief Rabbi and the lights of tho Synaguguo wero present in force and remained to assist Ulr Mo.mjs in the reception. Afterward tho Mayor and Corporation waited upon the patriarch and wero followed by deputations from tho scfiools, churches, and public bodies of tho neighborhood, all coming in state, headed by bonds. A procession of thousands of school children carrying How-el's sang hymns outside tho residence of Sir Moses, who sent cordial thanks to them for their kind greeting. Tho Queen sent a telegram early in tho morning, congratulating tho aged Baron in warm terms on tho attainment of his centennial birthday. Tho Prince of Wales and Premier Gladstone also sent, congratulatory messages. I i I m i ii mil A CENTENARIAN. A Historical Old Lady CeVcbratcft Her Huudreth Birthday. Newport, R. I., Nov. a Mrs Anna M. Greene, widow of the lato Nathaniel Greene, who was a son of tho Rovolutioutary General Greene, celebrated her ono huudreth birthday. Her son, Professor G. W, Greene, tho loet Longfellow's lifelong friend, died last April whilo working on tho poet's life in fulfillment of an agreement between tho two that whoever died last should write tho life of tho ono who died first. Her other son, Doctor Greeno, resides with her. Mrs. Greene enjoys tho possession & all her faculties,' and with glasses can read and knit readily. Her uiiud and memory aro clear as over, and she takes great interest hi current events. Tho family is ono of tho best known in tho Suite, and Mx-s. Greene's early married life was siwnt on the Island of Dmiugenner, near Savannah, which was owned by her family. There aro burled tho Revolutionary Generals Lee and Knox. Mrs. Greeno is wealthy and has been tho means of doing great l;od during her life, but bus persistently uvoided notoriety. Austrian ltadlcalft Arreted. Vienna, Nov. 7. Todororitz, editor of the urgun of Self Government, Bjaja, u professor, and Tausharowich, a tradesman, all of whom have been prominent In uii Radical movement, huvo been arrested in Servia. Pascheck, tho leader of tho Radicals has escaped into Hungary, The rebellion among the troops in Servia is rapidly assuming larger iwrportlons and is tho cause .of much anxiety la Vienna. It Is believed tliat in tho event of King Milan's being unable to suppress tho Insurrection, tho Austrian Government will in tcrveno to restore his authority. A Heavy Weight Lovo .Hatch. PiTTsnuuOjPa., Nov. a Patrick O'Brien, the Irish giant, boven foot eleven inches high and weighing 300 pounds, and Miss Annio Ding, tho German giaute&s, seven feet ten inches high and weighing 310 jXHiuds, now on exhibition In Harris' Museum In this city, will bo married on tho 20th proximo. This is a case of love,at first sight, neither party having seen tho othor previous to their engagement here last week. Fatal Hallway Wroclc. SANANfomo, Tox., Nov. a Six cars wore wrecked and Jonas East, engineer, and George Brown, fireman, killed near Pierce Junction. On tho samo rood Brako-man Price was thrown from the cars and killed. Several others wero badly hurt. Tho employees of tho road refuse to glvo details, having recently received orders to furnish no press reports. Ueported Lynching. Cisco, Tex., Nov. a rA fiend in human form outraged a highly rcspectablo invalid lady, Mrs, J. G. McElrath. Ho was soon captured, and as a mob began to assemble tho officers started to Eastland, tho county i seat, ten miles distant, with him. Men.on horseback started in hot pursuit ; TERRIBLE COLLISION. An Expreu Train Danhcft Into Twelve Empty FreltrlU Car. CnicAoo, 111., Nov. a Tho "cannon ball" express from Kansas City on tho Chicago, Rock Island nnd Pacific Railroad struck a misplaced switch at Forty-second street lost evening and was thrown upon a sido track and into collision with twelvo freight cars owned by the Michigan Southern Railroad. The express was an hour and a half lato and was running at tho rate of forty miles an hour, Tho concussion was terrific, telescoping tho freight cars and demolishing tho engine, express and mail cars. Engineer J. C. Parker and Fireman Hackctt leaped for their lives. Tho latter was fatally scalded by escaping steam, but tho engineer's injuries aro slight. G. F. Berry, Baggago Master, was crushed to death beneath tho dobris of his air and terribly mangled. Conductor J. H. DIckio was badly bruised, but the passengers all miraculously escaped serious injury. Thrco of the cars were loaded with emigrants and their cries of terror added to tho confusion. Tho disaster was entirely due to the carelessness of John Burns, tho Michigan Southern switchtendcr. Tho damage to railroad property is estimated at $40,000. OUR NAVY. Reports of Various Heads or Department. Washington, D. C, Nov. & Commodore Slcard, Chief of the Bureau of of Navy Department, in his annual report, asks for $2,700,000 for the Bureau for 'the next fiscal year. Of this sum $1,-073,000 will bo needed to supply ordnance outfits for tho monitors Puritan, Terror, Miantonomah, Amphltrito and Monadock, and 1-19,07 to complete tlie outfit for tho four now steel cruisers. During tho past year experiments have been mado with steel projectiles. Varying results wero obtained, the best on record being tho passage of on unhammered cast-steel six-inch shell through ten Inches of Iron, backed by twenty Inches of oak. Commodore Wilson, of tho Bureau of Construction and Repairs, in his annual report, asks for 400,000 to complete the frigates Now York and Mohican. Tho Thllmanig process of preserving lumber Is strongly advocated. Tho number of wooden vessels in tho Navy will bo materially reduced under the act of last March, Tho report states that tho navy yards and private shipbuilding yards aro not in as good condition now for tho constructson of vessels as they were at tho close of the late war. MCCAFERTY WANTED. The London Police Oiler a IU) ward for a reulau. London, Nov. a Tlie London police authorities oiler a reward for information of the whereabouts of John McCoiTerty, who was convicted of treason in Dublin In 1307, and sentenced to penal servitude for life. McCafTerty was born in Ohio of Irish parents, and served in tho Confederate Army during tho war of tho Rebellion. Ho wont to Ireland in lofio, intending to aid in the Fenian revolt but was arrested at Queenstown on board tho steamer on which he journeyed from America. He was tried at Cork and discharged as an alien, and returned to America. Ho arrived in England in 1600, nnd organized tho Chester Castlo raid In 1SG7, for which ofienso ho was arrested in Dublin harbor. Ho was again tried, and was sentenced to death, but tho sentence was commuted to penal servitude for life. Ho subsequently escaied from custody. An Interpreter' MlHtahe. Paris, Nov. a M. Tricon telegraphs that tho mistako of an interpreter caused statement that Li. Hung Chang cjisuvowed Iolicy pursued by Marquis Tseng on tho Tonquin question. Tho interpretation should read LI Hung Chang disapproves, not, disavows. Ntatfo Uohber Fouud Guilty. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. a Bud Hunt, one of tho three men who robbed tho Lebanon and Cookvillo stage In October, 18S2, was tried yestcrdayjjin the Federal Court. Tho jury after an absence of thirty minutes returned a verdict of guilty. Judgo Key will pronounce sentence to-day. Tho Boiler Burst. Dallas, Tex., Nov, 8. A switch-engine oxploded in tho Texas & Pacific yard in East Dallas, scalding William Ellis and S. Fahrlander, fireman and engineer respectively, so badly that tho former died this morning, and Fahrlander is also expected to die. Tho Fat Girl' Brother Goes a Gun-ii luff. PrrrsDuno, Pa., Nov. 8. The brother of Blanche Gray, the fat girl whoso body was sold by her husband Moses to a Baltimore physician, passed through Pittsburg yesterday enroutetoNow York, it is currently reported for tho purposo of shooting Moses. Illalne Uccouieft a Grandfather. August a, Me., Nov. 8. Ex-Secretary of State James G. Blaine has become a grand frtlicr. Tho interesting event occurred at tho homo of Mrs. Col. Copponger, nt Fort Leavenworth, yesterday, to whom a son was born. Mrs. Blaiue is with hor daughter. German Swell Goluir to Npalu. Bhlin, Nov, a It is announced that Crown Princo Frederick William intends visiting Spain, Ho will leave Berlin on tho 12th Inst, and will go to Genoa by rail and there embark for Spain with a number of German men-of-war acting as escort. , i .i i m ! ii i -! Dent Want to Bo an .11. 1. PittsuurQi Pa., Nov, 8. The rumor that tho American millionaire, A.)Carnogie, of this city, is still anxious to cuter tho English Parliament is denied. In aninierview, ho says: I dont know .any thing about it, except that there is not a particle of truth ' in tho statement. ' i I! J- , J I - MMMMMMM aJ1!