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t TaBu Lodge.-No. , j Chan Joflorson. 14. w. Alexander. .JfllljUtLtUMnl!. VIUkAMLI.'t ' rat. w H. Uiinnoif nnt au UUITIH muntlia dayssame ioiiiu. 1: . 'liiKV.ihvvilijhviiifi . " da; ... B 10 7JB 'J Zi 7 : 7 87 7 il 7l47 .7 55 8 05 H 1U m A.M. Pv jSX r w a TT" fClTY ANaCfWITnviKECVwttY. Coarts ClrcHlt Conrt. JudgeA. E.Colo. Jofrorson. f Dan I'errlno. .Toesflayubr'heeofiunohdiiy'ln Jantfary April, July and October In onoli year. ' ' Cenafjr 4;onrt. P. Coons. County L, Wliitakor. W.JJnll. -' BocoUd JfHinday j: each month, tiiNrlony Co art. Tuesday nifer scconu iioriday In. March, June,tJepteratr'dnd IMcflmber In cnoli ytmr. XACialrates) SJoarte. Maysvllle, No. Vlomy aad J. L. llayavltle, No. 2.-M. K. Marsh nml Juinos Chamberlain arst Halurduy awl fourth Tuesday, saino month. Dovor. No. Ityrnguaw and A. F Dobyn; flrst ana third1 Wednesday? same month. - ' Ulnnrvn. No. 4 O. N. W'nnvnr nml T XI. Dyar nrst Ulid tlilrd Tuesdays, anrao 1UUIUI1.. ti(u;nianipwn,No.5 B. M.?Wondwul and ud tlilrtt HntnidnvH, Banff, No. 8-J. U. Itallnnd J. H.UrleNby ocond nnu fourtli Hntunlaym satno motitliw MayjnicKi wyuiijiianq'j;x. BaymondfneeonU arid iourth FrtdaysSsame months . JLcwwbnrg No. 9-J M, Alexander and isaao it. ncir value sooond and (outih Tluira lra T " ruDgoburu,No. ft-W. D. Coryell and W. II Harrow nrsa;nrdty nod, lust Mdudny.iiUHie months, Wi aahlnBtnn. No. 10 Itntutrt Hnnttr and HurpliysTll 0. No. 11 Lewie Jefforaon and - tI?if"Pt WM-i RAiastui una. J. 8. ' inXthajr?U? rrW WVlf'Sa i 3K"ifrrri ,. Mlnervn,No. I lilcbnrd Howard Woodward. (TBArUM, No ' ,T"r wyMi?arir 1,y- v Oranscbanr. No. toe. WaHtil;iKton. No. Hoclety Meetltiita Maitoule. , p. w,. jipiL Muiiday 01 2.'ti)ra 'Monday of each mumii. UayHVlllu, Chapter, No.fl,Bccond Monday ot ORCIIIIIOIIUI, li&a&SFjffilEG&a' Uoil0' frurt i.w.f, Rnli Encampment, No. 0. second ana I'Ugnh fourth Mondaynln each month at 7 o'clock. DeKalb Migo, No, 1'J, TuuMlny nlghl.eucli wxt'.lal7o,locx. I lllngunld, N(. W, Wetlnesday, night, 'each week, AtT o'clock. ' 'J,liU ofjfpapr. r Tbr Orst uud llilnt Tuesday of each month. r Lodge room on Hutton btreou If. of I. tUmeslonq Lodge, No. 38, Friday nlglit ot ,(bjllrih.v(oot. I.O.'W.M. Wednosday night each weok.iUtholr.liiillon Beooud street. I ,, -. - RVl"1 Ws .Xf -If. - , . itfjoeoajl anil JoarlUtJunfiftyMlneachqiouili WS2fefc:;?H Hint Sunday In each month, nt tliolr ball on Lliuwitone street. ' HI. Patrick' lienevolrnl Horlriy. Cigar Mnkorit' Union, Flnif Tutday nlt 1 eob uioutli. I. O.d.T. Monday nlifhtot each week. K.C.lWfWarrlvfW'AtrV'OO n, in; arid 8:15 pi in. UeparU at UUJ u. 111. and VI Hi p. m. Motiiinv. WiidiiiliKluv and Vriduys ul 6 p. m. UTutduy,Tli(irstuy nud UaturdayntB p.m. TliiS ';. uuuruui ixiuuciiiuuoiMiiiiiuiHl. evening In eueh nionili. IlarhceMniiqury. llisb II ou A.H KlI'earco Klnit WardFred. worth, t Hoberf Front. oeoouu v Atuur. u tm 1 v 1 44 in I Ml I M 2 I IP T'.or 6 l livudel, A. W.Murtlu, Yhoniaa J Clienowctb, HovrtHtoctoii. , . . fourtli J. i' 1'hlntur. 11. A. WhI HnKford, John W. Aloxnuder. FlrtU U,AluWi)VHr Jumoa Hall. jKdward.'Mi'ull. 1 Troasurer and R. lloatcp. Clerk Harry Tuylor. Uarnpal JuniuN Otedmoud, ri il 1 rllolieri HrnW ut?lwmyi)atttri:J JJ fpg. Kicklln. wooo anq . . Jiiyj:iiytiiowi wrr;T.irole. v HTAJlpNH, Lve,Ix't(in liMoAtyv'Utu IllUtiVO,. i'Hrk...j i'Ju'o'ii MH'lj'n. CarlUle teyeni Iwaity i.ownn. HW1IK., KiiE'iro. I'VJohn'n. vj.Hesfnn.1 1 Clark's 4JCryi(k 'arRor. jaoweror A(WMMSf7g'rf.railllsy rjniMB TXB1.K. (Tlmo table In cRect Octobor, U, IHK3.J UrATroKn. Lve.MsrsvUla ..Huin'ut " Clark h " .Mura'll,. " JlMloim. " Jolm'u. " Cowan.. " " Aiuyem. " Caribtle " MIIlt.nL. " " Ay?.ri'toiii Arr.Cov'tou 1 :r Ex. AM. ,o,uo Biia A i BSlI OlU 85 gfl 7 07 7 ml 7 VI MM i'jal M li40l il 13 2, I Ac. i Kx UtMIl. M f7:al'JI0 8 00 300 S05 'b"io 70U 1 052 06H 702 708 7 7 as 7) 788 I'.M Counucls at LuxIiikIoii with tho C. 4 0. It. It. tot fAftitanilVYllunittimtqntnt'nll. points in thoie&s aiigiBlinidNt tpit tbo.y, n. o. c. i.. iw iv., nir v luilinilUKU UIIU'IIIU nouill with, tbo L. & N, It. It, for Frankfort uui - - - lionisvine; n nta,KJA .11, j.ia.rvivun . .It tVL. P 0. 1'. uud T. A. T0 VlMfcTArilX v m o 1 1 r'iM r (ten UlroatL sD'.Ad Connecting with Trains nn K. O. It, a. Leave tor jnHnsOn'HIAtloni S:t5 n. in. Cincinnati ExpreaH. ' U'laa.tn. MaysvlllhAeooinmodatlon 8:35 n. m. Xiexlnatou. Lei 7:02 p. m. Mnyavlllo Kxprens. 6:23 n, ra. r t.00 p. m. 9: a.jn. 3:J7 D.m. T JfeCARTHRT Moensdd Auctioneer T it , ror Mason ami adjoining oonutitti. Or. demleft at the UUlTLXTlH olc'Wlll reelva nf EVENING BULLETIN mm 2Sj. NO! ; ' I " . RLAYSVILLE,.KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1883. e . TT FT T tf ttX n ' f i 7 PRICE ONE CEN v tsf . ? U "re ... SlW&E.MMAI'OiVUGHT: PIW0 GEOr&IAN XUlaU,ntdB St is Melons Calored fl , Rurales;. and f Hacking-People Bight and Left-A ad Maa. Savannah, Ga., Nov. ia Two negroes named Harrison Thomas and Charles Bel-ford obtained employmont near Florida, ai ohontura in lh Inm. ber camp of Jeeso E. Boynton. Boynton let the. camp for a fow days, and whon ho reiurneu ueirord was m Mince. Thomas tOn Waj dllOOVnrnil In n anrnll ivtml naaa the camp, nnd it was identiilod as thai of JMlford, Thnaaa' missing companion. Thoinas. confessed that ho dealt Belford a blow on the back of the head with an ax, hlt9h,ed a yoV.j of oxen to tho murdered mans bleeding body and dragged him to the pond far hiding. Thetwomon had married sisters, and , rt" "jugus 11 no xiiieu uu both women W9uld lire with him " 1IU trialfqrmardor has just been concluded, and 'resulted in his being sentenced for llfo o work a tho chain gang. The confessiori of the mftrderoua, wretch included othor crimes hitherto concealed, and much Imllir. ti6n la ielt at th leniency of his sentence. When, U prioner,wftatwelTO years of ago, he 'says,1 Ue feaUker'left him ondMav her ... m sl " .'tf'.CT R4iai, yotmger brother while be Vent to4 Vhetgh Wring plantation Vworfc nArvtftfAnf P'XMBf. Thomas ;ita bralni with a' mi !iWoplftnd crematd.the body in at.OPeP JlrODlaCa onu nlln nt Mucin InmL yf0' J1 ,iD?ffufBea" ud fnquirod BXtorUho Child, the Tonne mimMrarnntntsvl Ik alc,coninC and.ordoriferous.sight in uiium sa sAia: "luereis ttieui prUe,Dotheretl me and I killed him anamrew him into the Ure." The mother fainted, but parental love saTod the criminal by her hiding-the crime. 'T,vTlI.0,ma sftuJte4 a mulatto girl wurwwoijeBnsiia, erwr cutting wiroai with a lanre bladed pockoc buried her body "i mo wooas, wnere it remained secreted until two years later, when some woodsmen caa6 Across tho mound, and, on HffKing it up, ftund,iho, girl's crumbling rwaaiiw. In-1&3 Thomfia1 killed E. Dam son, another colored man, wjth a knjfo, JM4 narrowly 'cecaiied hanging for tho xio was arrested and tried, but through the shrowdnoasof hlsllawyer was acquitted .by, thojury, many of whom were nsiipf! wit t n & & .1 .a t . m 9 race projuuico. jo 187a ho chopped off a man's arm, and! though the victim is still living, Thomas escaped punishment For tho murder of r..., A,lo vuuiiuuuon 01 nu eenieuco is very doubtful, for a visit from Judgi Lynch would Mot' be "surprising fa view of tho unfavorable somsiantB audo onihosoni Unco. ' . .-1 1 t 2 AKrlcaltaral KttlsfJea. irAaiUNaro3 P. 01, Not. 1& The report of the Agricultural Department glvoo the local yield per acre. Iii October tho, IJaaJj report of the cpndltioii of corn which averaged 78, was interpreted rOfjneai ? PFdct close to sixteen hundred million bushels.' Th nvertgo yield per acre appears o bo twraty.BTpo and one-tenth busbela, ono and a half bushels per acre lower than the yield of ISttJt ThW gives a result pracUciDvldentfcid with that of October. Op, too ncwage, reported in July, sixty-eight and throe-tenth millions, the exact figures would be fifteen hundred and eovoiy Wvon minion buihola. In thn. revision of tho season's returns the results Wlll.not bo materiallv chntrM. Thn nro. duct will, theroforo, be about 40,000,000 bushels short of the previous crop, notwithstanding the increase f ,arca. Tbia is tbo third In eucccsslon below an average -.yield, following six successive, crops, about an averago yield of twenty-six, buthels pej; acre. Tbe.Jleld of ho corn lurnlus, afotea nro as follows Ohio, S8 busliels per acre; Indiana, 27; Illinois, 88; Wws, S4 3-10: Missouri, 2t faO: KanswL 00 7-10 i Nebrask&.'( tnntmU Thn best quality and largest yield of ons aro in tho Missouri Vallsy. In tlie Middle Btotea,,New York, averages 23 ;JNew Jersey 23; and Tcnna, 28 6-10 bushels. In (e eoufbarn fat8, "VnJand averagov 2360 bushels; Virginia, Is"; orth 13; Bouth Carolina. 8; Georgia, 0; Florida, 6 6-10; Alabama, 11 V$ M0; Louisiana, ' 14 Texas, IT MCV; Tennessee, 20 bushels. Tho quality of tho crep to tb frosted belt is vveryi poor. The quaattty reported fc 60 MO bustiels; in 8JW0, (n vWisconsia: 83 6-10, in Mlchlgas. Tbo poUto crop is larger, as hsretcstaro repbrted,' amountiag to W A. Train Dllbrntely Wrdelled. ' PjLNAVjI TiiaALVB8T0N: NOT. 13. A strlko "'among vth5 laborers 'and freight handlers of the Panama Railway culminated in tho wreck-of a train. Borne T ' "ii faw flih plates and replaced tho rails. Tho engino passed over all right, but the tender dlsplacodltho'looM rails, Tlio liaggago and two passenger cars iwre turned ovr and precipitated down a: agent 'ey in tho.baircaira car. cscanod. tho latter wlthasevore shaking. Tho Orst car contained laborers, borrowed from the canal pompanytho kecpnd contained a guard of soldiers. Tho strikers then fired on tho train. Many wore seriously injured; but f.v uug Ta JVIIIOU. prompt attention. O. ill. Cornel' I SEy" ucniant lntarar nramn. Hurt. ( tho ioadj and conductor Crutch-' Carder and Kartlal Lw ta ICO, SocjoivQ. N. If.,' Not.. city is pndcr raayial law, and intense excitement prevails, caused by tho murder of Cola by Fowlor. The feelWg has been Intensified by the serring of Warrants on Fowler, for the murder of " Bill " and " ?obt Neal ".twomontluiairo. Themllltia.' and stftcitleeas aro 'gnoMing tho jail to VWP rJf.?Wn. afr Morn Bkluyillb, Ont Not. ia A seToro 5torm prevailed last night, cauting much, iamago throughout Ontario. Boveral . u. rrtivru a uiuuLiniroi ma ni. mou Anpy wm, bping. held, tho alarm UMdapanle. Durincr thn mh tn the building many fell downstairs W FOUI, J INTrJE WOOdI. f A Bister or Br. Taaaer, the Faster, , Die From Xxpeaare. MoffXKXAiijrOanada, Not. 13. Miss Mary Tannor, a demented woman, was found In' tho woods noar Rockton lost Friday. She was nearly doad .from, hunger atod expos uro. elng unshM to' stand Jrpc,ho was convoyed to' the hous of a "Mr. Charllss, where she, died during ,tha afternoon, The wgjnan. wuo was about thirty years of .ago, claimed to bo a shterof Dr. T,iinnrth Amerjcan faster. 8h UYod,, ef 9ud tie county in a.qypajr sort , jwajr, .wasding from Louso toouso, and aoiMmSiSesd. lag days anij weeks ia the Wiis OTia old devrtcd outbuildlnnT1 Bha m Ik1 it4 of . no . littlo to tbosein tho I roffTignorauce as to his whereabouts, 4t3 bHtWdlartwiater.whjn uuewnon a lew woeksaeo a bleached I fa 1 ? ., r 'w " v uwt a deserted hotlM. th Ttoobtnn mttl.nrl. tics took prompt wUonand had bef.seA to J,i w . m do, J, ..K. jjj. papers inner case wcjyewy made out and subscribed to, buUue.pfflcial In Hamilton, after, peeping, he,r ft. ort. time, considered her top much trpiibia, aqd turned her opt into the' world, without warning to those, who werot responsible, for """'"S "er inere, ino poor, hall-crazed creature wandenvl inr rim tmruU i Itocton, whero shelirediBw a liasf of the field until doath came to her relief. Miss Tanner had been highly educated, Mcr home was presumed US bo in Michigan. 8ho spoke eight different Janguagos, and onee entered a houso In Hamilton and surprised tlie occupante by her porfdrmance -L Ptono. Sbo was constantly talking. wu. B lormer sweetheart who hod com tnltted suicide. I Qaaer XiinRierT. AhautAlnfMC $ X0"' llori :ndihfaJf. citcment boi boon created among Iho JeV Ish residonU of this city by tho publication of a despatch from Troy a .)pung polish, Jew In.tUUItr proposed to' remarry on the strength of a dlTorce graaUd by some, Jewish tribunal. A"p!n-' incut Hebrew nioniber of tiw finr mm sUoii undoubtedly divorces were granted among the Jews United States, and that instances aro frequent in the city of. New York. Jn fac, thoso peoplo would not reniahr without first obtaining such a religious divorce, or "Get," as it is called among them. Theso people consider a dlvorco from thn RtAt courts insufficient, and unless supplanted by a '.Got," wpul4 consider I .bigamy 'to remarrj Tho validity oi Uuseyaita,tor religious divorces, has novor yot been icstea by our Btate courts, or any other A citu inuunai in this country. In lhf opinion the "Uet" would do disregarded and considered null and void, as being in conflict with the clearly oxprtxwed etatufsa of tbo various Statoa of tho Hnjon. A! a gular feature in tho proceeding for obtaining these "Gets" is tKa'tfonry'tko testimony of th party applying for tho divorce is considered necessary. In Suffolk street there is a disDcnier. or "ILaf who A. quito a business in this line. 'His chargo for grautlng these "Gets" is measured by tho length of tho purue of Tho chargo" may be "5 and'hiay como as high as VO. Fred anil the Old , Bkrun, Nov. ia It is asserted in diplomatic circles that tho Emperor "William prevented the Crown PriuW Frederick from boing present at tho unveiling of tho status of Martin Luther at Eisteben, and that tho reason for the samo was the fear t&at tho Prince might disavow (ho Orthodox party and cause trouble at tho next meeting of tho Reichstag. It is said als&that tho Kmporor's order did noli arouso'tHe, suspicious of the Orthodox party, and, to mollify tho Prince, co'ncoivcd..tho'Idea ot tlie latter visiting Spain, which was used as a pretext for tbo non-appearance of tho Frinco at Eisteben. Fatal Trichinosis at Akron. Akron, O., Nov, 13. Richard, F, Paljher, a prominent eltizon and 'wolbknown Democratic politician, purchased, a, quantity of, head choc'so'last night, ahd. his-family com- posou 01 niswue, tnreo cmiaren ana a nireu girl, ate freely of it, and were takon ill soon after, tho case developing into trichinoses. Mrs. Palmer' and two of the" children will probably dio. A thorough of tho sale of tho stuff will be niado at onco. I.oas of 1.1 fo oa tea Xake. Cnioxoo,Nor. 11 AjipociaJrpm Grand Rapids, Mich., says: O. V.' Chase," norintendent of tho Stato .Fisb JIatcherW and six others were drowned Monday" afternoon in Littlo Traverse Bay, off JJetcakey, during a furious gale, by the capsizing of their boat No particulara yet The Col chester Roof Lightship foundered Sunday night Captain Forrest tho only ; ono aboard, was drowned. k Civil orDUUIUry. Bt.V Louis, Nov.; 13,-In tlw, trial it court inartial ot Colonel J. G. Butler on tho chargo of dbvfycynig ordorsj 'Brjgdfer Gonoral Lawrenco opened, ,ia mqrning. The trial involves the imjxirtant question of whether military officers are under1 control in time of poaco and wn(5n not undor pay, A.iotlier Amerlcifn Citlxen." London, Nov.. 13. ijeter Johnion, who shot Mr. Williams, Bocrotary of Landown Park Raco Course Company in Pall Mali' Aionuay nignc, nas neon remanded, and inquiry instituted in regard to his sailily. He claims, to bo an Atnorlcan citizen. American consul attouded the prelimlaary oxauwnawon in too. moriung. -. Two Brotliera Lynched ta Texas. Comanche, Tex., Nov. 13, Loto iast nlgh, while tho sliorlff was absent, flty armed uud masked men battered in tho jail tioor .wuu a novy polo, .overpowered, th guards after a hard struggle, and, takih out the two Bailoy brothehi. hunced both to a troo in tho. graveyard, 040 uiilo roui '' ' ' town. si ' Leavenworth, Kan,, Nov. 13. Clmrlea Wilson, a Swede, years old, was brutally ruurdered at his residence in North Leavenworth ihls morulng. Ho was found with his skull mashed Tho .wcajions ueil' wore two stono Jugs, one of which was broken. The houso was sol on flic, but was djscoverodnnd tho flampsoxUngnihod.j Aceldeuf pa the B. A O. Cnipxao, Nov. 13. The engino and rear of the Baltimore- & Ohio express Jloeper umpedtbo track last night noar Calumet bridge. Tlie engineer was badly scalded. The iKttsengers escaped injury. HATING THE .HEBREWS. XHg RUMPU3 RAGING IN LONDON. the Kereread Dr.BtaekerHtlll Deter SBlacd to Bpeak Ills Piece wbeb 5 Ab 1 Carnw n ,rat Soclnl CetanoUea. Loroojf, Not. 13.-Lord Mayor Fowler has not, as announced, prohibited the leeture, which has been arranged to fee delivered at thn M.n.inn ii,,. 1... I $f$ ?" 8toJw, Despite air the pro- wrje auu tnreats made against the rsverond mtortvr hater, he moans to deliver his wetwes. Tho Lord Mavor. who wi ivii Dr. Btookor permission to uso tho CiTiO Buildimr. found hlmulf . S ooious as a suppoxUr of tho mod crutade asalnut Uu Tfn. Tews, and desirincr tn mIkvi tmm tnU n.. enviable position, requested to bo released fros his promise. Dr. Btockcr was described atheLord tWi flrmno&a He at once his ongagomenta at tho. Mansion, Howe, anil straightway sought out Lord Shaftesbury, aha prayed him w grace the movement by the Use Of his nntnn m nmnf.. Lord Shaftesbury at onco consented anci placed Exetor Hall in tho Strand at Dr, Btockort disposal, and the lectures ore 7u Mvertiso1 to i given at Exeter Hall, y tl fcu floUv"ed evening. m uuuiwoury nas promaml to rerttaffl The COndUCt Of Lord Rh&ftuhnrTr In fl.no paNidy placing himself at tho head of a,' BiOToment so unpopular that the Lord Mayor niplled to desert it, lias tbo public indignation against Dr. Stocks To-day agreatpetition signed by prominent Hebrews and Christians was PTT1 HJi Shaftesbury, asking him to abandon tbo movement and disallow the use of. Exoter Hall to tho Doctor, whom I J"0? describes 'as "tho primo causo ftftfco persecuting spirit which has burst forth liko a flood ocaltiKtal'u nn(.,f ,. plo throughout Europe," ami it'furthor says that "upon his head lies the blood of many rTXi vmu ""in o israsi," '.1 H"HE OIL FLURRY. Seat Exettement by a Complication ofKrentaln Phlladalphln. Philxlkiu, Noy. U Thoro Js excitement in this city over tho failure of six mining brokers who havo bee , speculating in petroleum and lard. The failures' were brought about by tho in- aointy or Frederick Seheulorman to meet his contracts for seljlng 16,000 barols of oil and caused the suspension of David Cook, W. E. Hadley, A. L. Bmlth, Watson & Twining, and J. 7. Hoffman. Leading' oil operators t state that tho parties named .ire mining Drokert, not ono of them being engaged in tho oil business. From statement mode it seems that when tho Potroleum Exchange was organized it was thought desirable to obtain quarters in tho Merchants' Exchange; and an arrangement was mode with tho Mining Exchange by which tbo two arehanirnii . vniM rw wpy a room, This Jbrew tho members of tho two organizations together, and oil men say some of tho mining operators began to dabble' in Oil. Those who fallsd, according to representations, bought short and had no bank account to moot their obligation!. Arrested. Diskarck, Dak.,- Not. 13.Ljohn Fleming, of the notorious firm of FJejnlng ft, wuf,vi, w unicago, was arrestea here "is ovoning, on nn Indictment in the TJnitod Statos Court at Chicago, for using tho moils for fraudulent purposes. Fleming has been here for sovoral months uijibr JtySW,of jOolonel J. F. Woods, and, ha dabbled eonsIdoYably in real estate, alt of whichihas been attached by attornoy acting for the tlujpeo 6f his The Trial of Poolr. Dudun, Nov. ia Tho trial of Josojili Poolo for the niurder of Johii Kennoy, on July 4, 188a, Ip.Bwillo PJace, Dublfn, begun, yesterday before. .Justice lnowitnea, Lamior, who testified at the preliminary examination that Poolo was in Kenney's company tho night of tho murder, repeated his former statements. Tho, trial wastlfen adjourned.3 fifty BoJIarittortM iCfamlly Honor. l'TiOT, N.Y V9r. la-Edward, Qylnn attempted Tra easaurt upon Sanvb Rosen-fold near tho railroad station at Coin Monday, Sho fought him, screaming and holding fast to blm until 'rescued. Her brother thraahod, Quinn apilthon misod for OSO and nrnmtiuultnlrnan if ,...lnt Tbf.PVIoVtll4wOT;lierd ef tho affair and ' ' 7 ' arrested Quton, - - W raiiaVo la "tho Far Trade. TO Pjff9?i7T.U il. C. Tilljnchast& Co., dealers in turn, pelts and leathor, assigned Tuesday morning, )No preferences; liabllitios not stated, but will bo heavy. ?)&'Mtokm& Pi thotr'WvntKik'al.otit, to whom they scut largo sums to purchaso ttfcterial bift wh has disappear, is tho ' cli,nwof)ffie.toUore. antlfaCase ofiflntelde. Vxifrc?t, Jfoy, ia Three Yenotlan girls, of a rich and Influential family, committed suipWe togetfcer at the seashore . by Uklng poisofa, after 'hkyfagirreatlicd their mother' tomb with flowers. Two of tho cirla worn in tUi health. It is said all havo grown melancholy from unrequited lovo. ojd have been despondent of tetc 1 'fflHTJrt" tho Police. ;H?T3?)FKhNQV Jotephlno MarkloHrent to tio door of ber parent's houso, in Fifty.flnrt street, to answer a ring of tho bell on October 30, and baa not boon seen since Sho was dressed in a wrapper, without bat or cloak. Tbo family )ave """ " ivn.uBoa;uuigior SUO miSSlUg girl. fU&WtefM.ibi Jawe, Family. MiLWAUXiie, Wis., Nov. 13. Garth A Jshpes, brother Of tbo celobratod writcri iHonry Jamea, is dying from a complication of diseases, He served gallantly during tho war. Another brother, Robertson James, if sufforlug trom,braln troubls, and lttatviriwiltfIcehi4relln., . An J4EJetrIa Vadersroaad" Cmpaay, 8rWN.8mp,'Jll.,1NoT. 13.,TW of State has lioeasod a corporation known as the Union Eloctrio Underground Company, of Chicago. Tho capital is three million dollars and it is proposed to construct an underground conduit for and telephouo wires. Tho Proposed or Time. VrAsniijOTON, Npv. 13 -Attorney General Drowstcr replying to n lottcr from Secretary Chandler, Bays that there is gravo objection to tho proposed change of standard time in this city. lie holds that tho change can not propoily bo effected by" iin Executivo order, but must bo sanctioned by Congress. Congress, In making it obliga tory ujwn ino nooos or Deportmenta and Bureaus, to require a fixed number of hours of daily labor, mado their calculations on tlmo reckoned from the meridian of Washington, and to make any alteration or changes of any kind in theso hours, as tho proposed chango of tlmo will do, would, ho claims, bo interfering with tho prerogatives of T.l,, question was referred to tho htods of tho different nnd to tho pistrict Commlssionore. Theso omccrs havo replied that thoy'see no "(" uujwtion,io mo adoption 01 tho 75th Merldconof tho Standard nt iu ri, Tho Attornoy Ocncrdl, bo for, h tho only ofllcial who objecta to tho chango, but his objection, coming as it does from tho highest legal officer of tho lnnd, will probably postpone tho settlement of tho matter until after Congress moets. Probably Landed on Ilia Cheob. Cleveland, O., Nov. ia "When tho Lako Shore oxpress bound west reached a point between Erlo and Cloveland, a youmr man, well dressed apparently a stood on tho rear platform of n sleeping car when a gust of wind swept up from tho lako and blqw him off. Tho train was running at tho rote of miles an hour, and as soon as it could bo chocked it was run back to nirk nn m, dead or wounded man. To tho surpriso of thp passenffors tho young man ran to meet tho train. Ho had landed in a sandbank and was unhurt. He refused to give his name. Almost lyncbcil by Wornea. OnKnNanuno, To,, Nov. 13.-A mob of outraged citizens mado an attempt to lynch Jacob Noblo, who inflicted fatal injuries on John C. Auloy, ut Scottdnle, Sunday night, mm n uiuviieu no is a Dau cnaractcr and his purposo was robbory, as Auloy' was known to havo a lnrgo sum of monoy on his person. Noblo was captured at a neighbor's houso and tho womon In tho neighbor hood forced their war to him with oirtii lines, out mo ouioora succeeded in him safely In Jail, landing Panic nt Oae or Irvine's Perform aaces. Nkw York, Not. 13. During Irving's performnnco at tho Star Theater Monday night, a scene foil with a loud crash, send- ing up ciouus or dust, which looked llkp smoko and extinguishing somo gas llghti Almost a panic ensued. Two ladlos fainted. Many persona started for the door, but the stage bolng speedily Mt to rights and actors resuming thoir parte tho panic was chocked. Carlisle's Chanee. Louibvillx, Ky., Nov. la Congressman Abort S. Willis was at Mr. Cnrllslo's borne before bis departure for Washington. In on interview with Mr. Wjllis, froni which tho Inference is gained j)hat, ho is authprlzed tp speak for Carlislo on tho Speakership qtostIon, tho fornier gcntlemei said: will receive In tho Eastern States one T6te, in tho Middlo States sixteen, in U19 Western fifty-four and tho Southern sixty, making 131 votes, or enough to nominal with to spare. Myaterloiia Murder or nn Aged Sinn, Tsnv TT "V . Wm 1M T....I n ...., ... .., ,,,, j. uuiucr uuirnuiii eighty-four years old, father-in-law of n Troy Fire Commissioner, whllo sleeping in a shoemakers Rhop at Lanslngburg was. called to tho door nt 4 o'clock Monday morning And murderously assaulted by two1 mon, who escaped after stabbing and beaV Ing him until ho was unconscious. Nd motlvo is known, fqr.tho deod. Ho will die. ""-1 r (J 1 Cold and fluowjln llie North. sJSxw York, Noy. woathdr there is cold and w.tiitery. Tho thermometer boi been,follhig steadily spco,dayjbroak. Thei UVP oop several pnpw wmolls and,fron several poJuta iurther North" snow is vj portJKl to y.e (alien heaTi'T. T" Weather. Bureau rojiorfs a co)d wnvo approaching fr9m the norJUweq, whore it U generally frooziug. stilled vrijlle aannlar. GRIKN.0ASTLS, 'inS., .arid 'Otto Wolkfeapd 0. G, Potzoholdwore accidentally discharged, the load enterlnc ItfhnlV RAJwl Imr.V rf ita 'tT l,.l Edward'tr head .Lack of Ms nvr. 'ttniilnii .' .j ...i 1 . ' 5-" Ipsuntiy. (llo was. nineteen Tears, old, . ,eth, rron.l'tteiia'rfiya.le elau. NEW1 Yohx, Nov. J,,Moion Sims, a well-known physlcan, died suddenly Tuesday morning of heart disease. He was to have Balled for Europo nokt Satin- 1 VZ' PR?SKA,fflHn, rrppoaal. ,. NfiVf.XpitK, Npv. U The polico are Joqkjng for man calling hiinselfSpofford, who1lasjboon trjing to.extortxnoneyfrom D. D. Loma, a wealthy commission .merchant,' by threatening to" abduct, his little daughter ilh'rtfsyaiVlWlttr " ' k 3'crrlbU Hto'rai"fh''nlicTalo. Buffalo, K Y., Nov, )a TJie worst storm 'of Know and Wind known in Buffalo for a number of yearo'set Ih'Monday morning anil is now raging. Bhfnplngr dpeht. tlons are at a standstill and busIiioBf tn tHo city is seriously hampered. More Oil Ilrokere Fall. New YbH!i'H)T'.,faf4sico,,& Bluhm, oil brokers, 'word caught "short" in tie recent riso in oil arid eusnondtkl. 'PhlWIn. billties nro kmall ahd tUoy say ' they will busliks toon. Ulnatroitn Fire DALLA8,Vroxas, Nov. is of tba aliuo.t total destruction bi tho town of Ciso, oio hundred miles wostor here, with losses aggregating nearly f.76',000. A Illlasard la New Tork State. .Roiuc, H.-X., Nov. ia A fierce- enow storm, accompanied bjrwind, has prevailed here sinco an'.corly hour Monday' morning. It amounts to a blizzard. Caasiit 'da The Wronsr (tide PlULADKLPnA, Pa., Nov. 13. Six'' oil, brokers have failed here in consequenco of the advance in oil. Their shortage is about $125,000. CONDENSED NEWS. Dunmo fthoaw wind vesterdnTaffa tho Bchoonoi Ashtabula capslzod olt Thk schooner Vision, of Kingston, ' njoau oi unnoy, wont a shore near t . Y., during tho galo of Sunday1 ! ino crow are eafo. h Tiie storm at Vlrh hb Iin vvi . .t. . ' . T7 .v,wu nonn or aamago to too fcl Tnu Empress of Austria is sorkxHJy uisposeu. Thk Nntlonal Lino steamer Italy been chartered to convoy a roglmont jiussnrs irom Egypt to England. A TnicHK.NDOCB gnlo, tho most povo; 1110 last wn years, has boon raging on xuicnigan ror tho lost twenty-four ho' waukoo and wont to tho bottom. Tho ci Mere saved. The schoonor Faloon, coal laden,, nshoro insido tho east breakwater at Jefferson. N. Y., Monday night. Sho be n total loss, ' H mo entire shore is strewn with piocosl wrccn anu mercnandl9o. A BUOOTixo affraTinthoChoroxeoira near tho Arkansas lino Saturday,' feiulj ... v..d Killing 01 james jjoya anu wounding of B. L. Summorhia IT is Stated tlinfc thn VJr,r, T1r Light Company has purchased tho righti "" eloctrio cumulators throughout Germany; it is bolioved that M. Clement . .r anions will tnkotho Portfolio of Mt Of Publlo Instnirtlnn In Vnnm M M. Ferry from that part of bis duties. Wit. Reduond has been arrostatl iiocknort. Ind.. nml Aiirfnintc.'.i , . ,- ., .. ,... w VM Vfi 111., oy Officers Of tho owmt tuvrrriri. cliargo tho prbwners with countorfotOngij an ngont of Bonnott cable has twea nmlningtho shore and it is Baidhoadocid to locato tho terminus at a spot oalM uuuuuivjr, in uio outn End ox Moss. uuan THOMrsoN, a laborer, of Fin creek, Allechonv Co.. Pa., wan mn o on tho inclino nt Sandy Crock JDnes, pJ .uuuujr jiionung ana sustainau ratal juries. Mrs. John iW. GAruirrT, of Bait WHO of tho railroad mairnata. wti'n thrown from a carriage several weeks and severely injured, is at 'tho point death. r j Captain Leezeh. of tho tow-boat was caught between tLnlra on tho Mo gahela River Monday and crushed to deat Ho was nn old steamboat man and lcavos fnihily. ' 1 THE Podo has lummnnnl CnrAh Hohcnlohe to Romo it is understood !or puqiosoor offering him tho alternative yieiuing or Deing ejected from tbo I 01 unratnais. advices from tho Indian Territory 1 mfc in, ax. ferry, iTtnclpai ox Tishomingo Academy, in tho Chickes nation, died Saturday. He formerly sided in Columbus, Go. Miciiakl Means, a Wheeling, W. Va.. was strnck in th 1 Monday morning .by a hook whllo at ' vrori in 1110 tap mill, ills oyo was tors out nlAvllt .A.. S V uio onuu iractureu. 110 WIU OlO. V. I The schooner Albatrosa is nihoro a t nines west or Uochester, Now York. law or thp crow is unknown, Twi scnooners aro anchored West of Chart ono snowing n signal of djstross. The Booth & Osgood Manufacturina company, or Chicago, confossod judgmenti mo,wai. Tho Sheriff mado 1 levy and closed tho concern. Its liabillt aro i75,UU0; assets about tho same. At Dundee, Monroo county, Bur iwso, u moorer, was stabivxl during . u..v.. ijuutiui uj uuunuarvcr, Danent iu a saioon, uying in a row minutes. Q ver come from Indianapolis last spring: Andre Andrew's pawnshop nt 20 Btat sireoi, cnicago, was ropbod of aiamonds and WatchoS lost vnln l-..i i,uw, ujotniovesbomiy smashing tho sho' mnuow nnu making inoir cecetpo. No rests woro mado. - iuk uuDim uostjo authorities hn AA emeu 10 proclaim botu Orange and National! Lcaguo meetings announced to bo hold at! uorrison on tno lotu intt Tho -whole county ,of Fcrmenagb has boon proclaimedl unucr 1119 reaco x'resorvatloa Act A BCArJTOLDiNO Monday afternoon fell! from tho fourth floor of a how school I fifitiCA In rJuw Tnwi w . . i .-.v ... , ui, mm precipitatea al nuinocr 01 workmen to tho ground. It' was found that two men had been lnstaatlr ! ItIIIa.I .nil . V. 11., il ' I .""" i uui wuuijr Jlljuroii. two largo barns with hundreds of tow of hay, heed of oatai emd 1,000 busliols of grain, tho prorlerfry c' ThomnsEdwnrds, of CambridireiwAr n.iL auuieu oy uro aonaay morning, canted by -lightning. Loss 8,000; insured for 000. COAt, gns coming in cqntact.with a t light upon a minorVhat 'at tho..WiiiKndl ft terrific explosion. Michael BorSrVl waa burned to 'death and John Eskoliuandoin Kollor were so badly buruod tha6 tooy can not recover. Pal. Mall Bf.TaXR,Rb8 ifter to tho p61co aliont tho atlairiest. it should be oxnggorated byninaorand odd to tho Fenian scare. The Commissioner of, the General Lanol Gonois claim on tho Bayou St Johnahi thp northom port of tho dtT nt vrW? leans, soas, to chango tho boundarvlinn Worn tho did Fort St John Hfforvatjoaaai tho middle of Horse Shoo Bayou. wqu8'' Diseased, Caftle. Trenton, N. J Not,, j.,uu. fu Hrvfton on among tuo catue ia Hunterdon connty, N, J .and tha.,Stato Veterinary reports forty deajh? Jthus iar from tho disease. All the ,cattlo in; the coupty have been quarantined. ' 1 T mtiUV ',. " WKLyipriiE, n , j hot, a, SHg5SBSffSt ' wumwta and falbi.