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:AIL'Y BULLETIN. A ' Ji- ', ' n f i . fun , 1 , . to art ' i .1 i VOL. '3 NO. . ! MAYSILLE,'KYM.EDNEAY? NOVEMBER 28, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. .JITV AHDUUUMTY MKKtfUMU. Oourln Circuit E.Colo. , H ' .UommonwciHIi's Attornpy T. A. Uitrrnu. Clerk-It. I). Parry. Jctlorsom , e , ( Dau Perrlno., Deputies! Chmi Jollorson,. , '" I J. W. Alexander. ' Jailor Dennis Fitzgerald. ... Tuosdny nltor .Monday In Jnnuary, April, 'July ' ami October In cnch year. ihi ," ' Conniy 'Mr. ' Judgo Wm. P. Coons. , ... ,', Onuuiy Attorney J. L. NV'hlLnkpr. Clerk-W. W. Ball. Hocond iluiulav u ahuIi inuulh.4 ttitartrriy C'onrt. ,. Tuesday niter Mbiltlay to March? i Junu, tloiitoiiiboraml December in each year. MniflMtrrtlt CuurH ad J.-'L. Oraul, flint nnd thlnf Hi Murcli, lii.,.. rti.lnmluinnil I ..Maysviilo, No. James Chamberlain Aral aatlfrdiiy iid. rouflli Inpn 1 day, same months. " ' ' , . Dover, .N0. 3 Juiiium EarhKlmw and A. F. Douyun, first and third Wednesday, skhio "wnerVn, No, 4-0. N. WfctVor uud Jf" Ml llyur llritt ami third Tut&dtOH, satne juoutlis. aurinantown.No.S S. 41, and Jo, iv 11. Alliuueit llrst mid Ihlld HatUidays, name months. yard's, No. C-J. M. Bill and J. 11. Urlgsby becoqd and fourth. atiifUnyiftUi6iiibiitli. Moysllcli, Wr Williams' nid J?W Uaymoud, xecoud uud lourth Fuiluytt, nam? ' " inontlia Lewtsburu, No. 8 J. M. Alexander a id Tsaao L. 41cll value suuoint and luurlli mollis. .- ,.. , ' ,, , oruuBfUiiru. So, L'oiryolland W. 11 Fnirow first uatunliiy mill lUmMUtidH'yj.suiue 'months. r . . Washington, No. JW Uobert lluuter"d' Thomas Downing fuurtll Tuesday uud third Wednesday, amu mouths. ' Murphysville, No. II Lewis Jutlentou uiiu John E. Wells fouith Monday ttnd llilld Tliursdiiy, name months. Foru teal, No. 11 -H. K. MuhIIii and J. 11. UurgesH, Hecoud and fourth HatuidayM.Haiut MiOutlis. rt - ' .I UoiiHtnlileH. . Mayxvlllo, No. 10. I Da who n. .01 fti..uullln Mm -.W I. Alfir.nl Dover, No. 3-W. II. Atc4llllnu4M , Mluervu.No. IMojiaidBowrtril'JB Uon.iiuilown, No. uardlM.'Nolb Krnuk HmiKl? X B . May:icu, No.; rauiuim .vhrphyn Lwl8buri.No,8 tijAl.airwl.jM , OniUKCljurB. lllw? W'ttHhlnfetoui'No. &iurptiyvlllu,Ni. n.4,iiitthei. . Kcru No. W. Wood., i " Noclcty McoCIukm J1uhui1c Coulldenco Lodgo, No. tx, iJrbtj'M.budHy oi each month. , , ' . ... Mofion LodKO, No. 312, lulrd. Mouday of each month. Mnyovll) lt, Chapter, No.U.Kecond Monday ol each month "UrtVtT MuVHVlllU CommnndoryJ JJji.10, fourth I. i. oj o.,r - - . (crjf . IMssnli KncainVhUMit; No.B.'BocOnd mill Ihurih Mouilnyii Iu euch 7 o'clouk. DoKillb LodK. No. JA'Tuuwlay ubjltt.eacli mc1c, ul7o'luck. ' Ktnccold,' No. 'Zl, Vednebdfty night, each week, ut 7 o'clock. ' . llnlulilH of llauior. The llrHt'iuid (hlrd'TucMlayof I'u'ch mouth. Lodtiu room ou Hull,on kIicoU,, ,, ; Llmostouo Lodge, 'tt o3fl, FrWayinlshl ol each wook. i -.- I. . W. Ml " ' 1 Wednesday night ticfivecls,aut)iiilr hull on Hocond iilrecl. Moliilliy II. V. N. . Hocond and fourth HuudayH In each moulli, at their hull ou Llniewlojjostreel. ntbpr MiilhTwTi A. H. KlratHuudaj lucacb nionthlat tliulrhullon LlinetfUiuu strecu . Nt. 1'ntrlcli'M llfiiovolrnt Socloij. Hocond Hunday In each their Hull ou LlmtstonoHireet. s C'Ikhi BIitlccrH Union; , FlrstTuesthty ulyhf lnccr7nionth. VI. U.U.T. Monday nlgbl ot pnch vrock, 1 9iitll. i K. C. R. 11., arrives at a nil nnd I 8:15 p. in. OeourtM ut MJU a. m. and 12 4U u. m Konanea, down Alontiay, Wednesday and KrlduyH at (I it. m. Up TuwiUuy.ThuM'lay nnu Haturduy t 8 p. in. jy v IT OOVERMMKT. ' Tho Board of Council tncet5 the flrtjl Thursday evunlnc In each month. 4fe JJM ay o r J a u uary . ' W '' . Council. John P. l'hlslor.i l Kirst Ward-Fred. Ueudel, ATA. Wads, worth, Hobort Frost, ', Hocond Ward-Ur. U. W.Wnitlu, Tlioinna J Obenowetli, How Htoclon, Third WfJ iatt. Pearce, K. W. Fitzgerald. David HeohinBur; Foarlh J. P.Phlster.B. A. John W. Alexander. Fifth Ward Wm. ll.ilalhewH, Jamen Hull. Edward Myall. Treasurer nnd (Jolloctor E. E. Pearce. - Clerk Harry Taylor. Marshal James Itcdmoud. ni,tiM J Hobert Browning. Doputloa. .vm. UawBou. Wharfmaswr Jtoburt Floklln. Wood and UoaritiHpoctor Peter Parker. Clly I.T.Htrodo. Keeper of Alms.HouHo Mrti.H, MIIIr. IMS! KTAIM.il. Kentucky-Central R..R. . ITIrae table iu t fleet dotobor, Uhm. '"! I.' , I 3 4 ;j HTATIONN. Ac. BTATIOW8, Kx A.M. 1: m A.M live.Masvllle. 8 OU Vi 40 liVO IyCX'tOtl 7 20 -210 " Hiim'IU U T, 1 IU IiVe.Uov'tou 8 IK) 3 00 " Clark's.. 0 vl I 19 bvo.l'urls.... 8 15 305 " Mars'll.. HiU lit 1 I'Ju'o'n . . ." Iloleha. 45 n its - Mll'b'fr. "HI) -y if 6: 1 'il Jolin'n. t 700 " KIlz'llo llfiK K ' Meyers' 7 10 63 " Ewlug.. 7 l 1 M " P.Val'y 7 22 0 42 " Cowan., 7 07 1 S8 " ('want 7 lb 0 62 " l'.Val'y, 7 16 2 W Kwing.. 7 S7 058 " Me vein 7 21 'i 12 " KliB'Uo. 7 41 7V2 " CaillRle. 7 3U 2 US " John'n 7 47 7 08 " M on Helena, 755 715 '. MIl'bu'B 7 5i 2 VI) " Mars'll, 805 720 " J'.JU.'0'll "7 Claik'a 8 10 7 80 Arr. PiHsI.t H 16 'a'iVi ' Hum'ltt 817 738 Arr, I.ex'ton 12 U3 7 PO Arr. Majrille .t 8 30 Arr.Cov'toii II 3D b 20 A.M l'.M A. It 1'. M Connocu at Lexington witli Iho C, AO. It. It. for Ashlund, HuntlniiUin nnd all pblnU InllutKaNt null Hoatlimat with the C. N. O. .V. T.P. It. It., for Chnttauoga and tlioHoutl). with, the L. & N. It. It, lor Frankfort uud Lqulsvllle. W.U.HADr.Rlt.Agont, a 1.. imowN, O. P. uud T. A 1 r ' .. Covington, Flenilngnbiirg nnd rpuud Connecting with Trains oipt. 0. II'. K. " Uovu FLrMlNOsnvhJ' (or JohusBjgtatlont 5i4i n. m. Cluclnnatl Express. , Q'lia: in. Mayiivllle AowMHiiodaJloD 3:25p. m. I.exlnuton. t 1 r 7:07 p. tn Mayavllle Kxprexa. LoaveJoiiKsoNHTATioNforFlemlntislmrKpn the arrival of Trains on tluiIC.U. R. n,f B.29 a. ni 1:00 priM. :in a. ni. 7:37 o?tt).. . . 1 1 I i ,!. I J. NcOAKTIIKT.T.Ieensed Auctioneer J i" fpr'MBsou and adjolnlmc eountieo. Orders left at the Jlui.i.KTlN ntllne will recelvb prompt attention. 1 O, addrcwH MU Curwol' H ETtKl "'REE JvfTi REPORTERS. r. i tKM. v. A What Hoya Abont lajjAitmpted As. aislnatlon of Gultonn Ilia Mo- lOaltfvo,, to tuoKoVdlilmt " ChIcnj;9,biror': Aluant, N. Y.. Nov. 27. Sergeant Mason loft tho'PeAlfentldrYat 20 p. m. Monday Jbe prison was invaded by ,nawspapor ropresontativoaajl day rtJea for tlio purpose of, him. Ua woa quite tljCAtlve when bo was Anally declared a freo man, and In Inquiries bo talkbd freely and glibly. Ho explained U19 9lrcu,mstanccs of bis shot at Quiteau, and why ho jnlssed tho wsaaBui.. Ila-was in Texas whon flarfleld tvas shot, nnd wVon tho ord6r camo for him to go to Washington ho aunnisod it was to do duty at tho jail, nnd, whilo cbmlriff' n6rtb, V6yod inwardly- ho would sljopt Gulteau on aight, and thus rid- tho world of an assassin. Vhenhis squad was ordered ouf that Rj??1 a JpaJwi cartridge In his rifle Gulteau gonorally stood at tho door bf his 3iel, Uhltff'dV'airocily opposite a .window lighting tho corridor. Tho window was guarded by bars and so was tho coll door. I'hairto'ti&d nly chancea of Jlriae thoibullet to hit the nucal. My aim wasohliquoto avoid hitting any person of tho prisoners fri tlio'atljacciit coll. Tho bullet sped clean1 through all obstacles and tho.wall of Guitoau's coll Withbut hitting him. Had uarflqld's murderer boon In tho usual placo ho would havo been killed. Ho happened to bo lying down, and that savod'his life. r was inuignanc tnnt I should be obllgedt . LftJ LlllillU n 1 lUtl III UKM ITIIIUUIIir who i proossodV to ibo. luspired' to commit murder. I belonged to no creed myself, but I was afruid thnt through' euio loophole of tho Jaw the assassin hiight escape, and I tried to finish him and his inspiration together. ? 'f f "Do ybu tlilnk it was oxecutivo clemency, that has prompted your pardon, or a conviction on ,thn, part of tho President that your se'ntcnco was unjust and that you wag suffering wrongly V asked tho reporter. "WpJI," 'fold Mason, "I bellevo it was clemency. You see, howover strong tho temptation .was J to kill Ouitcau I was a soldier and as such, was bound 'to obey orders. Army dlscipUno' must bo maintained" 'Whatever tho opIll.onsiQia, soldier innybo. t - - rtJ. Ui) continued at great length, going.infco a history, of hit life as a soldier all of which has been published before ALDAtlr. N. Y JJpv. X7. T)io panlon of Horgeant Mason reachcfl tlio prison Tat,l ojclock .Monday, Tho prisoner was no"tiflel"o his' f 01 tune at onco, given a hpv suit of clothe and liberated. To a Masqn said, "In reforenco to his f that ho ba'd on offer from a theatrical manager to go on tho stage, but that ho would not show biniwlf as a curiosity. Ho had also reeeiyed an oircr of a position in a Chicago clothing liauso at a salary of "SH2.1 per month, nnd thought that ho might uvctTit that of ter awhllo. Mason took tho S o'clock train, going directly to Washington, and thenoo to his Virginia homo. 27. Just boforo ho was removed to tho Albany Penitentiary, Sergeant .Mason signed a contract, with a largo retail clq$hlh,u houso Jn this, city to accept a position with thorn as .salesman upon his "release, at a salary of $1,800 per year. A member of tho Arm yesterday telegraphed to him, asking him if ho intended to keep tho contract and when ho expected to arrivo in Chicago. Up to a lato hour at night no reply had been re-, curved,- The 'firni say that if Mason doos not doslro to live up to' tho contract thoy will not hold him to it. THE B. & O. The Annual Sleeting Ueld In Baltimore Yesterday. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 27. Tho annual nieatingof the stockholders of tho Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company was held vhero Monday. John W, Garrett was re elected Prosldont and tho, following named gentlomen wero eloctod Diroctora to servo for tho ensuing year. Win. F. Burns, Robert Garrett, John 8. Nicholas, John !Oregg, Wm. W," Taylor, James Carey Goato, G-. A Von Lingen, Decatur II. Miller, Joshua1 Harvey, Goo. W. Doblin, nonry C. Smith, and Auborry Fierce. Tho annual report of tho President and Directors for tho year ending Soptombor ' 00, 1883, was submitted, and shows that the earn., lngs of and, branches wero 311,670,020, uu'J increase: bf $1,023,2G9 over those of t1882. Expenses for 1883, JB,147,-055) showing thd net oarntngs to be (5,433,, 183. an Increase of (350,239 over 18S3. Tho working expenses show an Incrooso of (164,029, bohig (530 -.JW per, -cent upon tbo earnings. Tbo total ro'venuo of the com- patty from'oll sourcea for the year amounts to $l0,m',&n, against (18,863,875 for 1882, an Increaso of ll,SM,MEi SJDEWALK TRAGEDY. .. L I Another Case of 'and Sal- t' eide In Chlcugo. . CniCAfio. Nov. 27. Hvdo Park, in tho I stroot, was tho scene of a tragedy Monday afternoon, resulting in both murder and suicide. John Schmidt, a Gorman butcher agod thirty years, good looking and intolligont, separated from his wifo somo eight months ago, 'ahd has srhce been "extremely jealous of her without reasonable causo. Mrs. Schmidt houso for the Western Indiana railway employes. Monday afternoon as bho was. standing on tho sidewalk her husband approached, and shot her without a word of warning, inflicting a mortal wound. Ho thon fired a bullet Into his own brain and fell dead. Mrs. Schmidt cannot survive. rr , Tito Xeland Aislgninent. AT.HANY, N. Y., Nov. 27. Charles B. Buchanan, tho assignee of Charles K. has filed his invontory of assets apd liabilities. Tue liabilities aggregate (30,-283 divided among thirty creditors in various pwW of, the country nnd his assots ar'p nominally about $125,000. But of these ossotaonly (54,000 aro reported as good. Some (00,000 in mining shares are turned in as" Vtvorthless; ' Mr. Buchanan was orderodliy tho'court to file a bond of '$40,. 000 as a guarantee ot faithful performnnco of tho duties assigned him.. Tho chief asset, is the Leland House, in Albany, valued at (50,000, tho title of whtct Is now In litiiration. ' ' ' ? FV , I t THE SPEAKERSHIP. N 'Er ei ylipdr DnfeX iCeftaln jf JVlrinliiff jjn tho First Ilallot. WABniiTOTOJi.Nov.' &7tTliore was a'" largo influx of mombcra Monday night. Thero is; ipow a quornmr otaDeinocratta IleprescntaUVts In tlio' city, and tho hotel lobbios swarm, with tho advocates of tbo several 'aspirants ' to the BpUakirVigavfcl. Tho contest Js fairly on and is getting ox-citing. 'Tho friends of tho sov6ri( can' didatcs aro now openly avowing themselves and tho issues aro crystallising, Tha fight for minor ofllcos ii now oniorlrtg into tho light; ior the. Speakership, and tbp probability of conciliations withininbr candidates being made is apparently, feared on all sides, and this giyesfan un expected turn to tho canvass. L Mr. Cox arrived here Monday night andT immediately wont to" work.' Ho is" the of hopo and confidence. 'Tlio fact that bothldr. Arnol and Mr. Mullerj tho latter of whom has just arrived bore, doclaro that thoy will not voto for him, but for Randall; does not shako his confldenco IirTKo'succes3 ofThis candrdacy. Tlio Car- lislo men, too,i aro illledawith hopo. tMr. Carllslo was' in his parlors at the Metropolitan Monday 'looking' somewhat freshed by his Sunday's rest. His rooms wero pretty well tlironged during the day with visitors, and his bucocss was coniU dently predictod. Ho said this morning: "I can bo nominated on . tho first ballot without a slngio voto from Ohio or Georgia," Tho Randall men havo been claiming gains in those States, and Mr. Carllsla doclarod that ho could concedo tbo entire voto ot both thoso States to Randall and then win at tha outset. Mr.THatch.e of Missouri, tin ArHvnl ntirl diwlntva fnr Carlisle. Speaking of thobuilneas intorttj est being in favor of Randall, ho said: "Tkcrp is a vory rospoctublo doss of pijn this, .country known fis producers, whpfn it is probably as necessary to take into consultation as tho bondholders and .corporations.. Thon, thora U tho laboring element of tho country; that is entitled to as much consideration as capitalists. I shall voto for Mr. Carlisle, and I hafa no socond choice." NEW HAMPSHIRE TRAGEDY. the MnrderorJ.odnod In Jnll AmldOreat ' Excitement. Laconia, N. H., Nov. 27. Tho over Mondny's tragedy continues unabated. On tbo arrival of tho prisoner Monday morning tho vicinity of tho depot was packed' with th'o enraged popula.ee. Tho sumo was tho caso at Lake Village. All wero disappointed, as tho train was stopped abovo Lako Villngo, and Salmon w as driven rapidly across tho country to tho jail in a closo carriage Mrs. Ruddy will probably rocover. Examination shows Ihirteen cuta and gashes upon her, tho most sorioiw being upon the hood, foco and neck. Tho left wrist was cut open to tho joint nnd two fingers had to bo amputated. Thero aro three gashes on the neck, closo to tho jugular vein nnd on tho face from tlio left oyo down. Tho pnly wounds about Ruddy were a slight cut on tho left elbow and a gash on the loft side of tho tliroat which caused death. The child's head was nearly severed from the body. A tHst mortem examination to show tho cauto of Mrs. Ford's death disclosed that two ribs woro broken and tho heart ruptured. Tho bodies of the victims still lie in tho houso, whoro thoy havo boon recently laid out nnd nro carefully guarded by ofllcors. Thoy will not bo interrod until after tho closo ot tho hearing. Neither will Salmon 00 arralngod at present. LIVELY COURT SCENE. air. Uriah Hoop Pa Inter IVnxna AVralhy nnd ItellevoM Ills Mind. Washington, Nov. 27. Near the closo of tho Criminal Court Monday thero was rather a sensational sceno. After Spencer was hold, Mr. Uriah Hocp Painter took tho stand to qualify as bondsman. Ho was unnblo to make a satisfactory showing, and Mr. Merrick, for tho prosocutton, objected to his acceptance Mr. Painter, who was in the witness box, quickly vacated it and moved towards Mr. Merrick, shaking his finger and declaring that ho was ablo to buy and sell tho Government counsel. To this remark Mr. Morrick replied that ho was addressing tho Court and not the witness, -end ho must ask tbo protection of tho Judgo to maintain tlio dignity of tho Court, Mr. Fulnter mado a low rojolncr, Inaudible except by Mr. Merrick, who retorted that physically bo could defend him-self, but in this caso tho witness had been In contempt and should bo punishod for it. Judge Wylie answerod that thero had been considerable ill temper displayed, but bo did not think Jhoro was any necessity for bis Interference, although tho witness had robably been a trifle hasty in his actions md language, and here tho mattsr ended Indignant Northwestern l'nrmon. Brandon, Minn., Nov. 27. An indignant mass rrfeotlng was hold hero Monday night by farmors who aro organizing an alliance to take steps for redressing grievances suffered by Northwestern farmers at tho hands of tho Dominion. They demand an unlslon with tho Winnepeg Grangers', Association, the removal ot the monopoly provision of tho Northern Pacific Railway charter, greater oncouragoment to settlers by opening up tho land reserves, and tho removal of duties upon implements. Tho feeling is intenso against tho oppressive transportation rates imposed upon grain. Bliustroua l'lre. Port runny, Canada, Nov. 27. A "fire, Sunday night dostroyod' about $150,000 worth of property in tha heart of tho town. The flames started lu 'Ruddy's HotoJ and made such beadwuy, undor tho Influence of a strong south wind, that they wero beyond control whon the engines arrived. No lives woro lost. Tho principal sttirorers aro J. Ruddy, hotel, (00,000; tho Walker Houso, (12,000; Laing A Moharty, hard, ware, $10,000; Hotel Brunswick, (30,000; J. V. Thompson, $10,000;T. McClean, $10,-000, Total insurancoj (50,000. Fatal Railroad Crnnh. Bushnell, 111., NoV. 27. Early Monday morning a frolght train from tho W'utov'if tho Wabash road, running twenty miles an hour, collided with , a wild frolght car which had been blown frbm a switch on tlio main track during Monday night's heavy galo, The accident, which occurred nine miles WfMt of here, rosulted in tho complete demolition of tho engine and six, cars. Brakemau MoMillan was Instantly killed and tho ongiuoer and fireman received fatal Injuries lu tho wreck. Tho on. clnocr has since died. TMtratiqn vs. war., yH&CONVENTjqivlIN PHILADELPHIA. General,' Grant in tlio City, But Boos Nof Attend tho Convention llti Let- j r Her of 'Regret Opening Proceedings. Ai 1 . 0 Philadelphia, Nov. 27. A nuiot, ljfo3schibldge 0C persons gatheredTuesday morning in tuo parior 01 at. ueorgo s Hall. On thedopr a placard indicated that tho gathering was Vailed under tho auspices of tho Arbitration, League Within wero Wch familiar' faces as Phillip C. Garrett. Mayor King, Thos. A. Walton, Superln tenllent McAllister, Dr. Boardman, Bishop Simpson, Robert R. Conson, and many hllinr. Mr. flnrrntt. Knbl flinf. tliavv. ml.',f bo somo misunderstanding of tho character of tho convention and tho purposes for which it was called. It was not a LP.caco .Convention; that .would bo hold day after to-morrow, whon tho annual moetinrrof tho Feaco Society is held. Tho 4jdea Isto advocato tho pcacoful settlement ot dLsputes between nations. Ho said ho hoped that Prosident Grant would bo but liad received a letter from him stnUhg that It would bu impossiblo for him to be present. Rev. Matthew Simpson was then called to tlio chair, and Rev. Daniel Hill opened tbo mooting by a scriptural reading. Mr. B. T. Jannoy, of the International Arbitration League, roftWashblrietou. b"'fL.7read.trioeftll for WthQ conVoiitioii, stating that,nttho meeting "during "tlio ' summer, - it was Bgrced to hold a convention a. TH.IlM.lnll. . fH 'Vh..j! -ft... V .ji,ui'jmm ill iiuvmuovr. iur. uannojr nm uivit uiioiiiieii oovreiary. sir, uurr .then read General Grant's Jottor of regret, nuiu vus uh loiiuw; " "Nkw Yoiik City, Nov. 24, 1883. "Dear Sin I will not bo able to accept your invitation to le present at tho opening of tho Peace Convention, nt 10:30, on Tuesday next In Philadelphia. I will be in Philadelphia at the time, but na I go to attend a wedding at WU Philadelphia at noon, .will not huvo time, as I must return id this city lit tho evening. I will not bo cither nblo to attend the subsequent meetings. My vjow 0:1 tho subject of jwnco arbitration In tlio bottling of National difficulties havo not changed, but my hoio of its speedy accomplishment has diminished. It is only by keeping the subject nllve, however, thun it can be accomplished. "Very truly, .yours, 4,U, S. Quant. "To Piulii' GAitnET, Esq."' Committees on organization, resolutions nnd order of busbiess, credentials, and finor.i woro appointed, and several communications read, among which was one from tho Amcrkau Peace Society, announcing regret at its iunbility to send representatives. Clyde Built Lahe Stenmen. Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 27. Tho first of thaClydo built iron steamers to 'run on Lako Superior hi connection with tho Canadian Pacific road arrived at Union dry dock Monday in two soctloni'. Two other aro on their way through tho Wolland Canal. It was necwary to cut tho steamer in order to ..pass through canals, and the, will be joined togothor here. The unmet of tho three steamers aro tho Athabaska tho Algoma and tho Albert. They nro 270 feet long, thirty-eight fout in breadth, with sixteen foot depth of bold and with a carrying capacity of from 1,KW to 2,0 JO tons. Tho hull is divided into two compartments. Tho engines ore capable of carrying Impounds of steam, and tho stoamors will bo nblo' to attain a high rata of speed. Two 'others, nowMn construction on tho Clyde, w il) bo sent over in tlio spring. HORRIBLE CRIME. A TToninn Confcmps to Cutting n Boy'a Throat. DARTFonD, Wis., Nov. 27. Tho mystery of the murder of tho boy, Harvey has been expluined by tbo confession of Mrs. Ellon Long. She cut his throat on the morning of tho day he disappeared, and carried the body to tho river alone on the day it was found thero. Sho declares she had no accomplice, and refuses to reveal her motive for tho awful crlmo. It Is thought that her father's adv'eo brought out the confession. Thero Is n gonera! con viction that tho murderess Is not nlono guilty. Tho result of this disclosure upon tho people of Princeton, whore the tragedy took placo, threatens to be sorious for Mr. Whlttcmoro, tho father of tho boy. THE MANISTEE. All Boubt of Her Fate Now Definitely Removed, Milwaukee, Wis., Nov, 27. Monday night's dispatches removo all doubt of the fate of tho propellor Manistee. Tho boat fouudored about half way botwoon and Ontonagon, Iu that vicinity havo been found the Manistee's pilot house, cabin Btairway, tubs of butter, balesjof hay, bundles of window sash and other portions of her cargo, but no bodies. Tho agod vessel becoming disabled in hor machinery, suddenly broachpd to and foundered amid tho storm before tho crow had thno to lower thq boats. Even If launched it Is certain no heavily ladeti skill could have weathered that fearful night. Torrlblo Accidental Shooting. Zamesville, Nov. 27. Edward Davis, aged eight years, was shot and Instantly killed by his Httlo brother Tommy, agod ifonr, at tholr homo In tho Sixth Ward Monday evening. It .scorns that tho two boys had been playing with the gun, and, by way pf stopping thorn, an elder brother loaded tho gun, cautioning them not to touch It. Tho younger of tho boys found a cap on tho floor, and asked his father if ho might snap it off. Unfortunately the old gentleman, not knowing It was loaded, gave bis consent. Edward stood In a corner and told his Httlo brother to flro at him. Ho did so, and tho ball passed through his lung, killing him instantly. IRISH TROUBLES. Orangemen and Nntlomitlsts Preparing For 11 Shindy. Dublin, Nov 27. Orangomon are making stronuous efforts to provont the proposed Laud League mooting at Newry next Sunday. If 'unsuccessful In prohibiting tho Nationalists assembling, thoy purpose holding a simultaneous meeting on tholr own account, aud tholr loadets havo issued circulars inviting tenders of board for 3,000 Orangemoii at that place from Saturday to Sunday. It is probable, however, that both meetings wJU bo proclaimed. TERRIDLE FIRE. A Wisconsin Village Burned nnd DInny I.lvo Lost. CniCAOO, Nov, 27. A special from that nearly tho entire business, portion of tho town of Albany, Green cpunty, was destroyed by Ore nt an early hour Tuesday morning. Thofiro originated about one o'clock, nnd In a fow hours tinio jtlip. flames had reduced tho greater port of tho placo to aslios, entailing a loss of over (50,000. Thopostofllco and both newspaper oiuces. wero totally destroyed. Eddlo Dodge, a young man, was Instantly crushed to death by a falling wall. Thomas is dying of injuries. John S6tnmel, Thomas Grovenor, Charles Mathols, and Thomas Fallway aro fatally hurt, all Injuries being caused by being caught under tho falling wall and timbers. Will Roborts, Charles Robcrts i.nd Fred. Roberts escaped with their Urea frtm a burning building, but wero horribly burned. Many cititons lxirely Obcaped with their lives. Tho weather is down to zero and tho suffering very great. Tho calamity has almost wiped out tho Httlo town. Fivo or six of tho injured may die. Interesting "Uiw C'nso Decided. New Haven, Conn., Nov. 27. Judgo Bcardsloy. in tho Superior Conrt, has, rendered a decision in tho suit brough. by Rogers & Bros., of Moriden nnd Water-bury, Connecticut, ngainst C. Rogers & Bros., of Mcridcn. Tho suit was brought to restrain tlio latter firm from using tho name under which thoy were doing because of Its similarity to that of the first hamod firm. Tho Judgo in his decision holds that no law can prevent parties honestly and In pood faith using their own names in tho manufacture of goods. Tho plaintiffs, who are known as tho Mcrldon Brittantn Company, and who, It lx asserted, control Rodgors & Bros., of Meriden nnd Wnterbury, at onco appealed from tho decision of the court, and say that they will carry the case to tho Supremo Court, Now York Chnmber of Commerce Bnn. quet. New York, Nov. 27. Tho greatest ovent In tlio closing jublloo Monday evening was tho Chamber of Cominorce banquet at Dolmonlco's. Tho banqueting hall was elaborately decorated with national flags and emblems. Tbo stars and stripes pro. dominated, but the Colors of Fianco nnd Great Britain nho appeared. Two full length portraits of Washington woro conspicuously ditpla) od. Amonc; tho gentlemen who occupied scnts nt the main table wero President Arthur, Governors Clove-land, Butler, Hnmllton, Stockloy, Cameron, Waller, Hnlo, Murray and Bourno; Major Edson, Mayor Low, Rov. Henry Ward Ueecher and others. Sad Tolnoiilng Cnso. New Haven, Conn., Nov. staango and sad oaso of poisoning occurred hero on Thursday last, tho details of which hava only just become known to-day. A child of James Haggei ty, n laborer, died of the croup and tho body was embalmed by an undertaker, who K'ft a mixture of arvnic and soda iu solution to npply to tho face of tho corpse A two-year-old sister of tho dead child, unobserved by its parents, obtained the cup containing the poison aivl drank a quantity, dying shortly after In great tigony. Both tho children w.s burled in one grave Robbed By Ills Employes. CniCAOO, Nov. 27. Horman Strelcher, a wholesale jeweler, has assigned. Liabilities over (50,000. Not more than (23,000 can be realized on tho assots, of which (11,-1)00 will go to secure creditors. Mr. Strelcher attributes his bankruptcy to the uy&tetnatio robberies practiced upon him by half a dozen employes. Neat Turning of the TnhlcK. New York, Nov. 27. A decreo of will bo entered against Wm. R. .lusdale, former managor of the Stewart anion City estate, his wifo's charges of (fidelity being reported as proven by tho ureroo in tho suit. The caso caused a w hen first openod. Hlnsdalo first applied jr a divorce from his wifo, alleging with his brother. This was disprovod, ud Mrs. Stewart discharged Hlnsdalo from ds lucrative position. Stealing a Hare Ilodlly. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 27. Ktrsts' hotol, n this city, was entered by burglars early esterday morning, and tho bafo carried ut of the building and blown open. was wrapped oround tho safe to doaden no noise of tho explosion. Tho exact mount obtained Is unknown, but Is to be between (200 and $300. Over tho Fence to the Golden Stairs. Lebanon, Pa., Nov. J7. Grant Fitting, ed fifteen years, wont out gunning at idlun Town Gap, on Sunday last, iu com- my with two other boys. While watch, g for a rabbit with a cocked gun, be at- uipted to get over a fence. The ihnrgi ateied his left side aud is fatal. General Grant lu Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Nov. 27. General. U. 8. rant arrived in this city with his -wife londoy afternoon nnd took rooms at the jhtiuental, retiring at an early hour. He not hero to attend the National Arbitra n Convention, at St. George's Hall An OHlclnl Denial. Paris, Nov. 27. The report lmbllshed In 1 Liberte to tho effect that had Vied to medlnto between Fiance nnd liua, and that France accepted the oftVr, officially denied by tho French Gove: n- tent. What WhUky Does. ' New York, Nov. 27. Edward Amott, '10 actor, has been taken to tho hospital, ulfering with delirium tremens. He to shoot John Stevens, his man. ger, a fow Jays ago, while crazy. Steel Works Nut Shut Down. IlAnnisBtJRa, Pa., Nov, -27. There Is no ruth whatever In tho rumor that the 'ennsylvanla Stoel Works, at Steelton, ,uve shut down. Situation Unchanged. Cairo, Nov, 27, A French gunboat n rived at Suakim. Tho captain telegraphs hat tho situation there is vory precarious. General Rosecranz suggests that a dckel contribution from every .Qomocrat u tho land would form a cumpalgn fund l 11,000,000, and secure punnaueut supremacy. TROUBLE OVER THE SEA ENGLAND PREPARING FOR WAR. Ready to Protect Uer Interests In tha Struggle Botween Frnnoe nnd China England and the Egyptian Affairi. London, Nov. 27. Indications multiply that tho Government Is convinced that war botwoon Franco and China is Inevitable Preparations to protect British 'Interests in China1 during tlio expected hostilities aro being mado rapidly and openly. Orders hnvo becii is3uod to speedily refit ami mako ready for serylco several at Shcernees, and tho mochanics In tbo Government ship yards there aro WPrklng night and day undor pressure1 In the fulfillment of thoso Instructions. The Government may thus havo questions of policy In Chlneso waters added to Its embarrassments In Egypt. Tho Egyptian question alono, however, may prove sufllclent to threaten Air. Gladstone's tenure if ho should bo as reluctant to act in hearty accord with tho others of tho Cabinet as ho was to assent to their firm position that British troops should not bo removed from Egypt. Tho rnttdnnlo of koeplng a garrison there Is, of course, that tho Khedivo shall be supported against rebellion and invasion, and that England shall in an emergency maintain tho status quo in lowor Egypt in tho financial Interests ot her subjects. Yet while the-present small contingency thero is manifestly inadequate for such a policy, and thoro are rumors that additions wltl bo mado to it, the Government Is evidently hesitating to send tho This looks Hke the result of tho inharmonious feeling between Mr. Gladstone and bis colleagues, and it need bnrdly bo -aid thnt tho Tories are closely watching tho courso of tho Ministry and will not fall ( to promptly toko advantago of any mistakes it may make in judging and humoring tho public Impulse. Special Weather Bulletin. Washington, D. C., Nov. 27. The storm which was contral in tho Lako Region eastward to tho Lowor St. Lawrenco 'olley, causing dangerous gales on tho Atlantic Coast and in tho Lako Region. Another storm has dovelopcd in tbo Northwest nml is central In Dakota. Rain prevailed during Monday on tho Atlantic Coast in ho Southern States and Lower Lake Region, followed by fair weather. Tho mperaturo fallen slightly In tho Middle md South Atlantic Coasts and from ton to 'urty degrees In tho Lako Region, and hence southward to tho Gulf Coast. Tho 'ui'ieraturo has risen In tbo Northwest, at continues about fifteen degrees below ro at stations north of Minnesota and uk itu. The indications aro that colder .ir weather will prevail in districts on m Atlantic Coast, followed Wednesday y fair weather but colder. Slightly v.innor fair woathor will prevail in tho hin Valley and Gulf States on Warmor fair weather Is indicated r tho Lako Rogion Wednesday. Only One Sinn Escaped. Toronto, Nov. 27, Tho steamer Ecllpso jft Algoma for Port Sarnla, and was might In a galo off Pino Troo harbor odnowlay night. It Is supposed sho has mi lost, with all hands. Part of tho nek and three bodies havo been washed diore. Lif on tho bodies woro larked "Ecllpso," and papers on tho bodies fentlfy tho captain, Wm. Bush, and Jos- ih Modro engineer. John Drew, a sailor, rifted ashore on a scow, and, so far as nown, Is tho only survivor. Randall Confident Carlisle Confident. WAsniNOTON, Nov. 7. Mr. Randall has furnished tho following to tho press: "As far as I could dictate, I havo deprecated brag and bluster. My canvass has been orderly and freo from abuse of my opponents, but at the same tlmo eiloctivo, and I have no doubt of my success. Thero nro 110 and more of tho Democratic. Representatives whoso judgments aro against Mr. Carlisle, and I beliovo their votes will bo given to prevent his election." Mr. Carlisle and his friends aro more confident than over. Condition of the River. Pittsburo, Pa., Nov. 27. Pittsburg, 0 feet 0 inches and falling; Wheeling, 0 feet 0 inches and falling; Parkers, 0 feet 0 Inches and falling; Brownsville, 0 feet 7, Inches, stationary; Morgantown, 2 foot 10 inches and falling; Lock Number Four, 7 feet 4 inches and falling; Rice's Landing, 5 feot 3 inches and rising; Greensboro, 11 feot and falling. SCHOONER SUNK. Twelte Bnssoiigars and Four of the Crew Among the Lost. Matamorab, Mox., Nov. 27. News Is jttst received hero that the schooner Buso was recently lost at sea while on a voyage from Agcnlbanipo to Guaymas, Four of the crew aud twelvo passengers perlshod. Suppressing Blrty Lltocature. Indianapolis, Nov. 27. Tho Mayor and Superintendent of Police havo begun a war upon the vendors of flash illustrated papers. Tho olfenders will be prosecuted under tho State law, which provides heavy penalties. Persistent Attempt to Burn a Hotel. Milwaukee, Nov. 27. Tho fifth attempt In eight days to burn dpwn the Flanklnton Houso occurred Tuesday night, nnd was unsuccessful. Tho apparent determination of tho firebugs to accomplish their nefarious design causes great excitement. Suicide In n Water Trough. Plymouth, N. Y., Nov. 37. W. Davls.a respoctablo cltizon of Westworth, committed Kuiclda by drowning in a watering trough on Sunday ovening. Despondency on account of poor health led him to com. mit tha deed. TnE extonslva four story building on North Clark street, Chicago, hithorto known as McCormick's Hall, has been 'opened as a permanent museum and theater under tbo proprietorship of W, O. Coup, the well-known circus man. Enoch Huoiies, agod forty, was struck by a train on tho Big Four Railroad whilo walking on tho track at Cnmtnlnsvillo, near Cincinnati, Mouday morning. Ho bad his skull fractured and Us left arm broken. Ho was brought to tha City Hoc. pltalj whoro ho died at neso.