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v? AILY EVENING BULLETIN. ??' Mi?. JMAYSVILLE, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1883. price 'one -cent: . "cwy ANJ) uctDNtKuiBEh;6ityf (Jonrt. Judgo A.K.Colo. . Commonwealth's Attorney T. A. Uurran. D. Parry. Hhorlff l'erry Joirorson. f Dun Porrlno. Deputies! i ifhan Jollerson. '!' . v (tJ.,W.Alexnuder. 3 Jnllor Dermis FllrgcraUl. Tuesday alter second Monday In JnnuniT, " April, July, aud October In caoh year. County noun. Judgo Wm. P. Uoons. County Attorney-J. Ij. Whltnkor. Clerk-W. W. Hall. Becond Monday o! ruch mouth limrlcrly Conrt, Tuesday niter ueconu Monday In Mnrcli, Juno, Boptoniber and December In oach year. MiiKlitrnlcH Courts. MaysvlUo, No. yTcidy.oud J. IT. Uranu'nm ami -third, .'liDlayd la March, June.HoptenitMjrund beconibor. MayHVille, No. 2. M. V. Mnnli and James Chamberlain Unit Haturday nud fourth Tuesday, BRinomontliK. Dover, No. 3 James Barnshaw and A. F. Dobyn, flint and third Wednesday, same months. Mlnorva, Ho. 4-0. N. Weavor and J. M. Hynr first nnd thlnl Tuesdays, mmo inonttia. aermantowii,"No.6 H. M, Woodwird nnd Jno. tr II. Miinnuu llrst and third Hatuidays, same month. .. , . Bnrdls, No. 61. M. Hall nnd J. Il.Urlgsby uccon&andirnurlli Saturdays, bumo months. MaysllckV W. Williams and J. V. ltaymond, second and lourth Frldaj s, same months . ' I.ewisburg, No. 8-J. M. Aloxander and tsnna L. Mcllvalno soeond and fouilh Thursdays, Biuno mol lis. ., UmiiKohurir.NU 9-Vf. D. Coryolland W. 11 Farrow first Saturday and lia,L Monday, Binue. months. , Washington. No. Jlunter and t Thomas Downing fourth Tuewluyftiid third Wednesday, sainu inonths. , . Jenorsou and JolmiS 'Wells ourth Monday nntl third tfluirrtty.Mmn months , ., . .' , i ?Fcrn Iuf, No. W-H..K. Muxtln nnd J. B. - TjurjrriHs.'T.ocond aud fonrtlt HliturtluyM, sam miuitli; , " ' nk Constables. Maysvllio, No.5.b.Ii DawSoil. MayHVille, Ntf Ij. Miimu It. McMillan. jMJnervnj No. 4 Vlchurd Ho Woodward. .3 RjHardUi , MayHlIck, No7 TtinniiiR Mnrphy. LowishurK, No. -a. m. atrono. Orangeburg. No. Disc. . WafchlttKloli, No. I .Uomln. Fern Leaf No. W. Wood. Confluence Jjodijo,, No. Si, tlrsl Monday o ' Mason Lodgo,"No. 312, lilrd Monday ofunch month. Miyvlllw,ClmplerlNn.,BceojnlMoiidnyol ioacU HiontUf t . Mitysvllld Commandory, No. 10, fourth Monday or enelunoulh. i: b: i. v, l'lhgah KtiCAinpment, No. 9, second nufl fourth Mondays In each months ut 7 o'clock. J)oKalM judge. No. 12, Tuesday night, each eok, at 7 o'clock. Ulnsifold,. No. ,27,Wedfie!day night, ench "wock.nt 7 o'clock. UiiIkIih of Honor. The first And third Tuesday or each month. Lodge room on Button slietit. II. of V. Llraoatono Lodge, No. at), Friday night ol each wook. I..O. W. M. Wednesday night each week.nt their Imll on 'jfHeeond pui fourth Sundays in each month, mur Dauon jjimesino ureei. in Fnllier MutlicW T. A. N. FlrslHunday In baoh month, at tlielr Imll on LlmtistouuNticet. NH I'litrJal'" Ilfinivolont Navloty. ScniOsMdayllti.cftcliuimUi.at'tliolr.ilttll ou Limestone street. C'Ifjnr fflnUors' Union, 1 First Tuesday nlnht In each month, .1. O.U.T. MflfcOAynlKht dlfcaclrwcek. (n."J V Kiu.4 ' V K. (i. It. It., arrives at9;00 a. m. nud 8:15 p. m. ' Departs at iwo a. m. and 12 40 p. in. Uokanza, ilowti Monday, Wednesday nnd Fridays at (l p. in. Up TueMluy.Tluimilay anu UVy rrrv iiovKitKHKNT. 1 The Hoard of Council meels the lira I Thursday evening in each mouth. Mayor Horace January. , Coiiiull. 'Prosld'eut L. Kd. l'eurco. .First i WardTKred. Uendel, A. A. Wads-worth, Hubert I'"iost, Hccond W iU. W. Martin, ,lliotiins J i I David Uechmgcr. Fourth J. F.Fhlstcr.lI.A. John W, Alexander. FUth, Ward Wm. U.Mathews, Jamo Hull, Edward Myall. . Treasurer and Collector K. E. I'curco. Clerk lor. Murshal James ltnlinohd. i n,inL HoburvllrdwiiliiB, Whnrfmaster KoiHjitFloklln. Wood and'CoaLInspoctor 1'oler l'arkcr. City Strode. HQ0per,of "Alins'll)liwi Mrs. H. Mills. riUMH TABI.K jtsitucHyf.CBmraKB'.cR. il'lmo table In i fleet Ootobor, Hj 1883. . ' -T 1 3 I BTATJONSI. Kr. Ac. tJTATlOSHi JAo. Ex A.M 1 ) K 0U H 10 yi'ii 7 22 7 :k 7:t7 7 41 7 47 7 M m A.M. A M. M P. M Dim 12 m! Lve Tjflx'loii 2 10 niiiu in "J3t I IK) Lve.Uov'tou ilOII ' Olarlt'tM M Lve.l'uris.... 3 05 MU1HTJI.'. u: v l'Ju'e'ii Helmut. i : Mli'b'g.. "iHW . . a. ......1.. II' 12 Carllij(o 711 fll ( i III it ll Muyom 3U 7 U2 I ft) I'.Val'y 0 42 " Cowan.. 7i07 x.ta Cowan, 1162 l'.Vul'y. 7 In 2 (Ml .!wlnif.. am 7l i'jM i-.it .kiu'iiu. 7 02 CiMlljile, w A1 r& mat: 70H 7 11 MII'hu'K :'.i) Mars'll. 7l zw i.'iiiric'j. 7 SI .'PJtl'd'll im rjn Tv Humlltl. 71 Arr. Ix ton 1 ' tB 7 (HI rr,Majfille Kill) Arr.Cov'ton "3 II2U V.il I. U In llui IChhI mill HonUieuhl wlUi tho 0. N. ( & T. 1. It. It. for t'h'ittanonn and tlierkttitli wltWinlitf JT Jt. l'i ror .rSiuikfort ttml O. I.. liiioWN, U. I', an il T. A. TI.Ul''TAItl,K I'ountl 1 llnji Itallroail. tJSriiioetlwr wlllf TralnH on K. ('. It. R. Ixilvif VUfM iNiiHmtq ror Johnson HUitlons Oil'i it. in.' Cincinnati Express. ' iMtiUi in. Muysvllle Accommodation :!i P.m. Loxlmiton. i ill ItKHaJXA. UHVSVlllO Express, i L6VlJonlr;H'SA'''IJ,f"rf,1',mlh8,)Ur'tt,, tlin arrival of Trains on the K. C, It. It.: f):4H n, in. 7M7 u. m. WM JT. Mc;A.RVIUJ WWHOd Aucllonior J . for MbWhi itnl aiijollilnk ul the JIUI.I.KTIN inijco will rccclvo p?omit attentioil. I'. u. pddicss Mt. Uarmol MAGEB THE MURDERER. STORY OF -A CHECKERED CAREER. f Clone of n Stormy Life WUU Murder linil Man Who Killed I'nmtly ' and Illmncir. Kansas City, Mo., Kor. 13, In the case at Captain Henry Clay Magoo, who murdered hlB Ills daughter and wife, and thon killed himself In this county, 6, verdict of murder and suicide was recorded by tho Coronor's Jury, and tho bodies of tho victims wero burlotl at Wostport. Magoo vras formerly wealthy, h& has beon in modcrato circumstances since ue removed to this county. Ills estate Is worth porbaps $10,000. Mrs Magco was a Miss Bklnnor and is said to have- desconded from a very highly rcspcctablo family ot that name in Harrison county, Ky. Sho and Mageo wore married years ago. Magoo was years old at tho time of his death and ho had beon a resident of Jackson county for about five years. Near Cynthiana, Ky,, whoro ho formerly resided, ho had a fine homo aud a largo farm Just adjoining tho town, nts stood on on eminence overlooking tho town, and it was upon his farm that tho famous Abdallah raco course was situated. His business was dealing in lino horses, no was very successful in that line, and at the tlmo of his death hetras tho owner of several good horsoa then upon tho farm. At ono tlmd, in Kentucky, ho owned a famous trpttor, Jennie Btrideaway, and for tilts' animal ho onco rofusod $17,000. Bho .afterward became crippled 'and ho sold her for $1,700. Whon ho lived in Kentucky and 03 in the horse-business ho wont ovory summer to Saratoga, Long Branch, Conoy Island and other resort, and loft his family nt homo. At these places ho would eiend throo or four months, but ho always guvo his family permission to purchaso whatever thoy desired at the stores, and he settled promptly-upon his return. In tho days when ho was in flue circumstances ho placed no restrictions on hLj family expenditures, but when his moans became, more circumscribed ho insisted on economy. Ono reason why he loft Kentucky was on account of a serious complication in which h becamo ino'.ved. Dining a political fight Magoo bhot at his ad vorsary but killed tho wrong man. For this ho wa tried, and after strong efforts regained his liberty, with judicial approval. After his acquittal ho disposed of his property, and coming to Missouri purchased n portion of tho Flunkctt farm, and tho tract ho got consisted of 100 acres. When in Cynthiana ho used to mount his horso and rido to town every day, remaining thero till tho afternoon, talking in tho stores and on tho street cornors. When in Jackson county ho did tho same thing in Indopendonco. He Li said to liavo boon an almost incessant talker. During the war ho was a captain in tho Confederate service. THE F1SKE WILL CASE. Xcitltnony n to tlio Property nnd Income of Cornell University. Ithaca, Nov. 13 Tho proceedings In the Fisko will caso wero resumed with Treasurer Williams on tho witness stand. He testified substantially as follows: The number of acres of Woatom land remaining on hand and unsold on September SO, 1881 (th date of Mrs. Fisko's doatli), was 805,27a The number of acres unsold on November 1, 1883, was 105,803. A contract for a large sate (30,093 acros) was oxocutod in 1881, to Knapp, Stout & Co. for $477, 000. The University rocoivod no further offer for tand about that time to witness's ixsrsonal knowledge flu next lai ge sale was made to tho Chlpjxw Logging Company on August 1, 188a, realizing $1,641,710, the 'average price being $10.84 per acre. The amount invested in funds, as stated in tho Regents' report in 1831, waa J!)0l.lHa47, which includes tho sum in tho Comptroller's hands. The financial statement of the university on August 1, 1831, being a portion of tho Treasurer's report to the University Regents, published in 1883 nud found on page 141, wiya hero introduced and received as evidonco. On tho sum of $123,807.00 mentioned yesterday as income, from invested soouritlcs, tho sum of 07,235 was not in reality from tho income, but charged to tho 'Western lands. Tho incomo of $123,b07.00 would indicate a principal of $2,000,000. The explanation of this is that tho university nt that time was in need of an income, and $071235 was taken from tho actual proceeds of tho Western lands and treated as Tho correct sum really rocoivod from investod'funds was $50,000, "which sum also includes the annual interest on $145,000 which was takon from tho founder's fund, leaving tho sum of $17,233, which was tho actual amount of tho university's Income from invested funds. THE FAT BRIDE'S BODY. Younir Blourn Iteprutlnc ot III Ilnr KBlu WUIi I)r. Mill to Nell II for 645. IUirrMOiue, Nov. 12. The surgeon with whomjMr. David Mosos bargained to sell his wifo's body was Dr. Aloxander Hill of 43 Nortli Calvert street. Dr. Hill says; "On thu night of tho day Dlancho Cray VrashfiJ4 1 WU3 rmS up ftt 10:30 i u. by a young man who bald ho was ilojes and was tho husband of tho fat woman. Ilo Mild he had understood that I wanted to buy hor body, and if so ho was prepared to toll It. I told him that I would liko to liavo the skeleton. Mosos seemed very anxious to strlko a bargain at onco. He said ho had only $1.75 and was anxious to got back to Now York. Ho pirerod, to soil, tho body for $45. I nskod him to "calf tho noxt day. Ho did, so aud thon seemed more anxious than bvor to make tho salo. I sixiku to him about the scandal tho matter would occasion, but ho said ho didn't caro about public opinion. I would not advanco him any munoy, but we agreed that ho should go back to New York, and after public interest in the matter bad diod out ho might get a pornilt from tho Health Dopartmout to liavo tho remains removed, and that I would thon pay him tho $15 and get possession of tho body. To-day I received a letter from Mosos asking mo to deny in tho Ilaltlmoru papors that ho hud offered to boll mo tho remains. Horo is a slip of paper which h i loft for mo and which ha saUl was tho address to which I could write to tell him when to coma on to Dattimoro to remov o tho remains from Mt. Ollvot Comotery." Tin uddross was "David Mosos, New York Museum, 210 Bowery, Now York," A GENEROUS HUSBAND. lie Forelvcs Ills Fit Unless TV I To Foi tne Nnko or Their Jhlttlo Children. PoTTavit.t,K, Pa., Nov. 13. About two months ago Mrs. Edward nurlemnn, of thii place eloped with Henry Wagner, a former lover, a companion and follow laborer of her husband, and a boartier in tho family. Bh look tho two youngor cblldron with hr, nd loft throo behind to bo carod for by A doscrtod husband. Tho fugitives wr traced to Now York. They soon loft tht city for tho West, howover, and all traces of thorn lost Recently tho woman was hoard from at Dotroit, Mich. She had boon treated with shameful cruolty aud was finally abdndonod by Wagnor; Bho was homeless, friendless nnd without money, and appealed to her brothers to havo hor brought back. One of them went West for her, but could not find hor and camo back alono. Tho broken-hearted husband expressed a willingness to take her hock for tho sako of tholr llttlo children, but his scanty moans hod boon reduced by loss of oinployniont whllo brooding over tho faithlessness of his wifo, and ho could not send for hor. Accordingly last week another brother of tho runaway woman went out, found her and bringing hor and hor children with him. Thoy wero mot at tho train by thb husband, who forgavo the woman and welcomed hor back. Wagnor has gono to tho Nevada sllvor mines. FANNIE'S FATE. Further Faota of nn Interesting Nature Devrloned. Danbcht, Conn., Nov. 12. Tho death of Miss Fftunio C. Luin, daughter of Rev. Samuol Y. Lum, is the town talk, and opinion varies as to Dr. Lacey's part in it. Miss Lum was an accomplished and prepossessing, slightly built young lady thirty years of ago, widely known and esteemed in her father's parish and a member of his church. Who her betrayer is will perhaps novor be known to any ono except her fathor and mother, nnd thoy will not dlvulgo tho namo of tho guilty party. Mrs. Lum claims that Fannio was ruined in tho parsonage during tho absonco of hor husband and herself from homo ono afternoon lust May. "But," continued Mrs. Lum, "sho wouli. not tell mo tho namo of tho man who thus caused hor ruin, for fear of her father's wrath. I had known of Fannlo's condition for about two weeks. Sho told mo to relieve her mind. It had tormonted hor for live months and sho was in moral fear lest her father should loam of it. Sho could not live if ho know it." KILLED HIS FATHER, Tho Brutal Deed or Yonns; Pcnnsyl van Inn. SZZ Prrrsmnio, Nov. 13. News has boon horo from "West Lebanon, a small village in Indiana county, of tho murder of Wm. Sarvcr, and probably fatal wounding of his housokecper, Bello Kelly, by Jos. Sarver. Jooph uccusod his father of running in dobt, and on Saturday night extinguished tho lamp in tho sitting room nnd discharged his revolver sovorol times, but without injuring any person. Tho fathor rotreated to tho houso of a neighbor, nnd, as ho was about to outer tho door, a ball from Joseph's revolver went crashing through his skull, killing him instantly. Josoph then turned towurd his homo, saying ho had "sottlod with him," and would now "sottlo with her," meaning tho whom ho shot in two places. Her recovery is doubtful. Last evening tho murderer was arrested in a corn-Held soveral miles from West Lebanon. Ho is SO, married, but does not livo with his wifo. 8LB2PING CAR RESPONSIBILITY. Decfilou of an Interesting; Iaiv Ofy lu IMIUbiirtr. PrrTSBuno, Pa., Nov. 13. Tho coso of Gardner vs. tho Pullman Sleoping Car Company, was decided in tho Bupromo Court yosterday. Tho following is tho opinion of tho Court: Conceding tho company not liablo ns common carriers, yet tho resronsill dosreo of caro is imposed on tho company. Tho objoct in taking passage in tlys ca is to sleep. While in this helpless cwifctlon, tho duty rests upon tho company to provido caro of the valuables of passengers in them from being stolen. Ilnby Fed to n Doe. TnoY,N.Y., Nov.13. A boy named Smith yesterday found blood on tho ground around a He told his mothor, who mado an Investigation, and found a towel clotted with blood and ploces of human llosh near tho kennel, and tho footprints of u woman. Examination showed that tho blood was that of an infant, abortively born or killed after birth, and thrown to the dog to devour. Our citizens are much excited over tho horriblo affair, aud tho coroner is trying to trace out tho perpetrator of tho crime. Condition or tho Itlver. Pirrsmma, Nov. 12. Tho stage of the water at points above Pittsburg is as fol lows: Pittsburg,? foot 10 inches and rising; Oil City, 3 foot and stationary; Parkers, 3 foot and falling; Brownsville-, 10 feet 0 inches and stationary; Lock Number Four, 13 feet 0 inches and rising; Rico's Landing, (I feet 11 inches and falling; Morgantown, 0 foot and falling; Clroonsboro, 14 foot 0 inches and falling. ItUmarcU Seriously III. Bemjn, Nov. 12. It is reported that the illness ot Princo Bismarck has increased to so bcrious an extent that his f rlonds have bocomo alarmed at tho sovority of this attack of janndlco. Notwithstanding tho fact that Dr. Struck, of Berlin, is at tho bedside of tho Princo nt Frlederichsruhe, n dispatch has been sent to Munich summoning Dr. Bchwlnning, anotborof tho Prince's phybiciaus. Itrutnl Dour trigMLC CniOAao, Nov. iaSundar might fifty sportlngmen with tho Chicago dog "Jnck," thirty-eight pounds, met a paity from tho town of Lake with tho dog "Billy," pounds. Tho contest was for $250 a sldo and it was very brutal and lasted an hour and a half. Billy was carried out dead and Jack woo severely punished but will recover. A Town on I'lre. PoTTftViM.K, Pa. Tho town of Shenandoah is ou ilro. Steamers havo boon sent from horo to render nssbitanco. A terilblu wind storm prevails, und it disastrous is feared. TEMPERANCE MUSCLE. BEATING THE PEDESTRIAN RECORD Mr. Heebie's Great Feat to Show What Total Abstlncnco Will Do- Walking 1,025 Miles In 450 Mount. London, Nov. 12. Mr. Koobln, the noted tempcranco advocate, has become quite, n Hon among tho tempcranco and church people.. Ho completed yostcrdsy, in tho city, ono of tho greatest feats of physical enduranco on record. Its accomplishment was undortakon for tho purposo of prov ing to tho world that tho physical system of a sound man, who novor uses alcohol, is capablo of sustaining greater and more protracted fatlguo than is tho physical system of an equally sound man accustomed to its uso, oven in moderation. Mr. Koeblo had, in most of his tempcranco locturcs, insisted on this point, and generally challenged his opponents to undortako a tost with him. Being a man of fino bis challenges wero not accepted, lto thon determined to exemplify in his own powers of enduranco tho virtues of temperance by a feat of enduranco in walking, choosing that because ho had no either as n professional or pedestrian, and regarding walking as tho complotest form of physical exertion. Ho undertook to walk 1,000 miles within 445 hours, and to ttvorago during tho entiro period two and miles Icr hour; no person but himself bollovod ho would ever succeed, but ho said ho would, becauso ho mount to in tho Interest of religion and humanity: Yesterday ho finished his thousandth mllo in tho allotted tlmo, and ended apparently fresh, and certainly in oxcollont spirits and health. A dispute arose at tho completion of .tho noxt to tho last milo, growing out of tho decimal diillculty in adjusting tho time in tho last rrillo to tho total dlstanco to bo covered, and Mr. Koeblo continued walking until tho dispute was settled. It was referred to sporthig judges, who happened to bo at thu tlmo in another part of tho city, and before tho decision, which was in favor of tho pedestrian, was doliverod, Mr. Keoblo had walked 450 hours and covered a total of 1,025 miles, finishing in good condition. An admirer of Mr. Keeblo has offered to back him against any other pedestrian in tho world in an attempt to walk 2,600 nlilos In 1,000 hours, and mako two and a quarter miles in each und ovory hour. THEY NEVER DIE. A ailunesotn Family Which Bltnplv Dries Vp and Mown Awuy. St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 12. Mortimer Dandier aged 121 years, died at tho rcsl donco of his son in Dcrrynnno,. Losueur county, Minn. Mr. Danoher was tho last surviving brothor of a remarkable famllys which for downright longevity, surpasser anything in tho records of modern times. Not only this, but In nnothor county Mr. Danehor's mother died in tho 101st year, his oldest brother nt 103 years, his second at 117 years, 7 months nnd twenty days, and himself soon after nt tho ago of 121 years. Tho father was tho shortest lived of tho family, having died at tho ago of eighty. Tho combined ages of tho throo brothers reached 840 years; including tho mothor, 410 years, and taking in tho father, 6 years. Mr. Danohor has been a remnrkably healthy and activo man, novor, having been really ill in his life. Lately, howover, ho has, through sheer old age, been confined i.inrn rr lnos tn Ilia hod. hilt WaS llOVer ill ' oven got up and dressed himself on lnof. Th nld fiMitlriTimn camo from tho County Clare, Ireland, nnd could speak nothing outsido of tho Celtic tonguo or. ins ancestors. Mr. Danehcr possessed tho full uso of all his faculties till tho very last. Oat,ena, Ilu, Nov. 12. Mrs. Bridget Doody, who is living with hor Mr. Sharp, in Mineral Point, Wis., is probably tho oldest person in tho United Eftntes, having passed her 113th birthday. Sho was born in Waterford County, Ireland, nnd camo to this country about fifty years ago. GALES ON THE LAKE. Jinny Vessels Wrecked nud port -l Lost. Cleveland, O., Nov, 12. A torriflo galo provailod on Lnko Erio last night Several vessels wore wrockodand it is reported that a number of lives wero lost. Pirrsnono, Nov. 13, A galo is blowing nnd tho wind is too crcat to allow tho coal tows to go out. By tho timo tho gales loaves tho water will bo. down again. So thero will bo nothing gained by tho ralbo. Tho steamers, Josh Cook.Ouward and Eaglo with tows, started out, but it is not known how far thoy "got. The Coal City and Joo Walton started early this morning, but wero compelled to tlo up below tho city.. Thero 13 not much coal to go out.anyhow. Captain E. P. Loozcr, of tho steamer lynox, was killed, at Lock No. 3 this Jmornlng by being crushod between two Hate. Cleveland, O., Nov. 13. The steam bargo John T. Johnston, with 000 tons of ore, from Escanalm to Cleveland, is ashore hero in a bad condition. Tho crow wore takon off by tho llfo saving crow, OLKVpLANDnO., .Nov, 13. The heaviest storm of wind ever known on Lnko Erio has been raging hero sinca 0 o'olock last night. Tho waves dashed, for a hundred foet over docks, breakwater and waterworks' crib. Tho schoonor John T, Johnson drifted aslioro late last night, and tho captain ordered tho vessel scuttled. Sho is loadod with iron'oro, npd is a tofcal wreck. Tho Ford IlIarhsrunrilM. Kansas City, Mo. Nov. 12, "Charley" Ford, fears his bi other "Rob", has met with foul play. Ho was last hoard from in Now York on October fourteenth. Ho had mouey and valuables to tho amount of $2, 600. i m l'nicnn I'rsccutloB. Chicago, Nov. 13. Precautions havo, boon taken for tho protection of Leo Wing and Lorn Dal, Chinamen, baptised in tho Eighth Presbyterian Church last night, their pagan countrymen lutvlng threatened thorn with personal vjoloneo. Gravo liobber Convicted. Byiiaousk, N. Y., Nov. Thomson, a medical student has been of robbing tho gravo of Edwin R. llaymon, a prominent citizen, who diod In March, 1882, and using tho body for dissection. Ho will bo scuteucod to-day. A WEDDING POSTPONED. Mr. Honry Herbert Halls for Ireland Without Ills Ilrldc. Baltimoiik, Nov, 12. Another postponement is nnuounccd upon tho authority of tho family, of tho wedding between Mr. Henry Herbert, of Muckross, Ireland, and Miss Rebecca N. Williams, daughter of Georgo Hawkins Williams, Prosldcnt of tho Maryland Senate, which had been fixed for Monday, 12th instant, at St. Paul's church, this city. Whilo riding into town from Mr. William's country homo on tho 1st instant Miss William's horso shied at a dog in tho road, and in her effort to keep her bout sho received a very sovero sprain of tho back, so sevcro that on arriving at hor houso in town sho was obliged to go at onco to her room. Her physician has ordorod her to bo kept perfectly quiot, and it is moro than probable, that sho will bo confined to hor room for tho noxt six weeks. Tho wedding has accordingly been until early in January. Mr. Herbert had taken passago for Europo in tho Gormnnic, sailing on tho 17th, and hoped to havo taken his brido at onco to Abbey in order to meet Us relatives, as well as to arrango many matters relating to his estates, which havo been neglected during his stay in this country. Ho changed his plans and sailed to-day for Ireland to perfect Ids arrangements, and oxpocts to roturn hero by Chribtmas. -I. in A MOONSHINER. ' A Wisconsin Blniiuructurcr of I'othcen In I.linbo, Milwaukee, Nov, 12. Matthias Koch, i resident of Manitowoc county, was brought in from Munitqwoc by Deputy United States Marshal 'Marshall on a chargo of running an illicit whisky still, Koch hak confessed that ho had been qjigaged for soveral years in manufacturing whisky from wild oats, tho output of his miniature, distillery being about two gallons a dni Tho still was situated on tho farm whoiio Koch lives, eight raHisnorth of Manitowoc. A deputy collertor .rom Shoboygan attempted to "get f 10" tho still last week, but Koch nnd soma comrades mado it so warm for him with pitchforks and other weapons that tho collector was glad to got away. Tho moonshiner was taken befom Commissioner Bloodgood for examination, and held for trial in bonds of $1,000. Thus for thero is no ovidonco that Koch sold any of his illicit manufacture, but as it disappeared in some way tho supposition Is that ho has boon regularly supplying baloons in that section. BRUTAL ASSAULT. A I.ndy Viciously Attacked by a I'nrin Laborer. Meadville, Pa,, JS'ov. IL Tho wifo of James Charlton, a f armor residing li( Woodcock township, was assaulted bj James Ward, tho hired man, and sorlouslj if not fatally injured. Mr. Charlton had gono to tho woods when Ward went to the houso aud assaulted Mrs. Charlton. She fought tho vlllinu quite successfully, when ho became desperate and seized a largo carving knlfo and inflicted two, sovero wounds on Mrs. Charlton, one in tho right side and tho other In tho face An eight year old daughter gave prompt alarm and tho desperado was pursued und arrested, flourishing tho bloody knife in tfiu faqes of his captors. Ward, who is about thirty years old, was committed to jail on a chargo of assault with Intent to kill. He refuses to talk about tho criino and acts liko n madman. Physicians havo hoios of bin. Charlton's recovery. Ward had only boon employed on tho farm about two weeks, m in Contempt. Nisw Yohk. Nov. 12. Tho Bertrner & Engul Throwing Company somo months ago bioaht an a tion in tho City Court against Michael Cloury and recovered a judgment against him for $52&52. On October 11 hint Judgo Hawcs issued an order requiring Clcary .to appear and bo examined in supplementary proceedings. Clcary was served with tho order, but failed to appear. Ho has been ndjudgod guilty of contempt of court Tom English and John Flynn wero alu? required by nn order of tho Court to appear as witnesses for tho judgement creditor. They nlw failed to appear nnd havo been adjudged guilty of contempt. Attachments wero issued against them, and thoy wero nrrosted. Tho accused are in custody of their counsel. Koney aud Wifo lloth tane IlAnTi'OiiD, Nov. 13. A. H. K i is the onglncer of the Churter O.ik Life Building; Augustus S. Upson an operative for tho American Screw Company. They woro chums, and recently went to housekeeping on tho mutual plan. Thoy moled their ssuos, and it worked first-rate till a few (ays ago, when Foss prevnilid upon his .vifo to draw $1",000 slid had in bank and couvort it into Government bonds. Mrs, Foss acted on her husband's advice promptly and sho turnod tho bonds over to him for safo keeping. Early in tho week Foss loft Hartford hurriedly and as Mrs. Upson disappeared at tt)0'samojtlmo tho natural conclusion is that they havo (ldped, and lhat tho $4,000 is, carrying them to boino remote place. aii UnlrleiKlly Trench Visitor. New Yohk, Nov, 12. Insuraneo men nro Interested in tho Vslt to this countrf of M. Nayaeux, tho of th d' Assurance G enemies of Parls who recently arrived with tho allcgod object of inquiring into tho American insurunco system,, It ,1s believed tfat ho comes in no friendly spirit, but with ho intention, If possible, of gutherlug material to use in prejudicing tho French public against American insuratico companies. Tho Paris uowbpaporB of lute, notably La Patrie and Gaulois, havo been. ngaged in a wholosulo nbuso of tho Equ(tabJo am Now York Llfo Insuranco cdmpanlos, Vhfch hav'o agendo in Paris and aro making a ktrong bid for French business. West Nhoro And Clriiud Trunlt. NewYoiik, Nov, 13, Thu negotiations for soma tlmo ponding betwoen the Grand Trunk and tho West Bhoro Railroad Company havo been, concluded. Manager of the Grand Trunk, who has boon In this city ior tho past two days attending tho meeting of tho trunk-Una presidents, hod ft conferenco at the oilleq of, tho West Shore road with tho officers of that company, whon final arrangements woro com pleted for running a fast through frolght train ovor tho West Bhoro and tho Grand Trunk linos botweon Now York and ciiicago. This arrangement goes' into effect until January 1, whoh the West Shorn road will bo completed, THE "SILVER SKULLS" SAD CASE OF DIME NOVEL READlMtt An Infant Loads Himself tciitea'nsu n iwnlcs with Flro Arrao and'Kuslsi Away from Howe. The Secret Society. " 4 Cleveland. O.. Nov. 12. Tho dim novel, "Boys of America," eeon literature of tho dav. receives in thli city a rattier vivid and startling side, lightJ the nerlod. who takes Ids story of soduo tion, murdor. piracy, and other crimina exploits and adventures as regularly as hi takes Ids meals, is missing from tho"plftasn homo of his parents, who move in i aristocratic circles of this city. H loft homo a woek asm. and slnco' thai Hmn Ilia flfatrnnfrut rnlnflvon hftVA nOl or heard of him. Pro'vloustohia departu: lin Arrtnntul n rw.TH.t Bvflfv xvhilh HAtl fl tfa aitrrr.nlv etir.t.wflt?A itflA "Thfi fiilVOI Skulls," and for its oath of admlttanoo th following hair-lifting pieoo of pessimistic invontiou: "Cursed bo friendship,, (cursod ho fathers, cursed bo mothers, sisters, brotnj ers, and may tho offspring of ourselves: canker, blister, and decay on Its dyin mother's breast Ma"y tho blood of oacl breed pestif oros plagues, may U' 'hair o each full from his hood, tho tooth cmraM in his jaws,, tho brains rot m his skull, $b eyes canker and fall from their soesos, sof tho flngcrs grow palslod if wo over baoYejJ the secrets of tho BkuUs. Bo do I aweai death to our cnouilcs, llfo to Jthe" utnlis. tiosou uasKey, n boy wno in way incurred tho wrath at Silver Skulls a short tlmosttO, reed a warning written hi red ink. ' A gl nkllll nnd prom.lnii(Vj icHimif tho 1 and bolow was a bloody hand. with Vhit w "Death" written on it Tbo read: "Jason Caskoy One month from,' night, if you don't Join us, you wiU rocd your death warrant, and two days frpi thoiCvour death. By order tho. 'Skulls. Tho meetings 'of this original eoefct; wero hold iu d barn; its meanborswerB boyt from 11 to 15 yours of ago. .Thoknowlj edge of this socrut society has come, pun since Bertio disappeared. Of oourso hi took two revolvers with him when t be! started out on his a t nturcs. Every off or is bolng mado to Una him, and If fdund foro ho shall havo accomplished somo crlm fnal oxploit his parents will bo greatly ro liovod, MANY LEADEN WITNE8SES. l I .' f Illlly Fortnr to bo Confronted by Ib liiluernbto Physical Kvldhae. New Yohk, Nov. ia M. 8babgi Draer, ot No. 400 Sixth oveaoa, was vfcH lted on Thursday afternoon by Assftontj District Attorney O'Byrno, Roundsman' Cross, of tho precinct. a cariwntcr. Colonel O'Byrno commandod the expedition, tho carpenter did tho work of tho camnaltnu and Cross was 1 out as a competent tq identify any is charged with kllHnsf BurglarWalBh,7 which might bo fotmd on the. promises. i . .. A V I. 1 VUU4 K4 .11 Va&.4 UftM ...UJf VUi onel O'Bryno said that tho first thing ox. amtued was tho casing of tho door leading from tho bar into tbo It was very important that all tho buUota flrod, during tho affray In which, Irving and Walsh wero killed should bo found. Two bullet-holes were found in tbo casing and1 ono in iuo mm iiuu piaster wic vi uiu stove. Tho carpenter toro away portfl tho partition, and. rubblnir tho dust fro: his eyes, Colonel O'Byrno tegan Boareh'in; among the ruins for fragments of "toe. ba tered load, liko Schllcmann looking for an. L1UU1L1U3. . A ...- AHrt it.M MM n.. n ijJMMMlJ L&bVt lUUiU kltUll Ult UVUi Vk UUU nuiAt three balls woro foilhd neaf'tho door, and! tho Invaders charged upon tbo, billiard room. J. cunuiiB uruwu Kauicrcu ut um) doors, '... wondering . . what was ... going i on.ibut -' . a stern looking policeman witn ft largo ciuul JUUVVUWU klV 4 UUI1VUUUU VI lMJ UlUt Ulll curiosity. In tho walls of the billiard-room was found ono Moro ripping" nud tearing followed, und the ball yna found flattened against a brick, having passed through a pice of lath? Alltho bullets fired during tho affair aro nawt in tho possession of tho people. . Colonoll O'Byrno says tho trial will begin, on "Wed' nesday noxt in tho Court of Oyer and Ter-minor. THE SPEAKERSHIP. Carllslo Confident nnd a Lively .Cum' unlicii Promised. ABItlKOTON, D. a, 'NOV. Bentatl'o Carllslo, of Kentucky,. MaA arrived here, nndproposos to.romnin tJlLtbq Bjjoak. ership question is decided. Ho thinks there will not iw any othor candidates than Messrs. Randall, Cox and himself, arid that tho quest4on will 1k decided iaithree ballots. Ho claims to havo assuraapes which guainntto his election, and expressed no doubt as to tho'fliial result Mr. Cox will bo horo tho 00th hut, and Mr. Randall is expected nboiif tho. same m. Both will .nwko thivr hooihiunrters at WillaruV. wjillo Mr, Carlisle, has established himself at tho Rfggs Houso, and the dlfforont hoadiuartors' will sooii bO In full blast " ' Doftpernte FlRlit Wlih st'Barklar. rniL.DEUniA,'la.,! .Nov. 13, A man gjvlug tlu namo of John Gillespie was arrested iu tho houso of Thomas 'Hurley 'n arf early hour Suturday morning whil initho act of emptying tho pockets ot, a palf Of (Htutaloons which had beon x taken from a chair in Mr. Hurk)ya bod room. Tho burglar was sovcrolyl wounded In the strugglo which procodul his capture. On belug turueduxrver to; a policeman tho prisoner (Irow a razor which, ho had stolon in tho eAki and atljmpted,to 'cut rtho but was dlfeanrtbd beforo hfl'BU(oodod, Two men yho were also in tho4 house succeeded iu escaping, 7 Giiiirlnu ,Bnrt HsW, ' ' Socpimo, N. M., murdororof Colu. is stlllln 4nlVK'm.Ai has been in a state of lilili nrolfi.niAr. .,.1 1 tho Jail is guarded at night by bout'flrtyfl night thu Governor, hud ploeetl'ihajcitjMjU'i inir thu lniL AnoMtr wnrmnf ivod bak on Fowjer, cliarglng hluj with the, ntunltl of I'ony Nptd and Butcher KulfoBiU,alH)a bwu luuiuus ugu, oounnio iiansinu FrunclsQO Vigil wore arrested on thq wun k'UUlU, UUU (UUMUW ill JUU, '-' .