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T W"' lW fa" jjuirwv ? i ifi1 MAYSVILLE, KY., MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. 1 IM l 4 ".I 1 (JITY AMI CoONI'Y lUUfc'UUIKt. Co n r I 'l rr 11 H Co H r I . Judge A. H.Cole. Oomiitonwe.Utirn Uloruey T. A. Cnrrah 1). Pam. Jeilorson. i Itau Perrlne. Deputies: (.'linn Jetlcrsoti. I J. V. Alexander. Jailer Dentils r'lizgcruld. Tuesday ultei second Monday In Jiinuurj, Aim II, July una OotoDer In each year. oumy Court. Judge Win. l Oootis. County L. Whltakor. Clerk-W. V. Hull, Hccoud M.nduV v. eucll mouth. Hum i riy Court. Tuesdly utter inn Mnudliy In Mnrch, June, eJoptembor nutl December in each your. .XuxUlriiM'i (liiiirli. Mnysvllle, No. I. Wesley Vicroyuud J. I.. Oruut, first and third i'uosdnys In Maroll, Juiiu.Suptomberuud December. Maysville, No. A-M. K. and Junius Chamberlain Hint rlHluMayjimlfoiiilh sanio months. , Dover, No. ft nshnw nnd A. K. Douyu,, Qir.1 ana UiUd,UliiiMlai, Hamo mouths. . . , ,. ... , . .... Mlnorva, No. J-Q. N.xWjavr and J. M. Dynr llrHt utid thlid TiiumIii 8, same months. . . VI, Voidwrd and Ja. L'll. Munuen first and thlid tilu.dnys, same imniilM , , Sardls, No. Al. Hull uud J. II. Orlnby Nccond and louilh Watuulay. sanio inyiiiini. Alaysllck, No. 7 L. VV. Williams iindJ. p. Uayiuond, Heuoud and worth Flldfc,kwKm; months Lewislmrg, No. K-J. M. Alexander a .d lnao L. Mclivulno i.ecnml and loiiilll " suuiu mollis. uraugehur, No H-W. U, Uoryelluml..W. II Farrow thst autuiduy and last Monday. nam mouths. ,' Wiwliluitloti, No. Honler alid ThoiiiusDowilliitffouilh fuusdayund third Wednesday, same months. Murptivsvlllo. No. 11 LuwU Jodereoti anu John ri. WoIih loiirtn .Monday uud Mild Thursday, sumo mouths. Kern hear,. No. K. MuHtfu and J. tf. Bulges, second and fourUi.M.iturUiiyH.Hiimi inunih. . '..'. ' i' d Maysvlllo, No. 1-C. L. Dawson, ilnyavlllo, No. 2 W. L. .Moian. Dover, No. d-W. II. McMillan. Minerva, .No. No. Hardis, No' Maud! . ? 5 Muytrilck, No. 7 liioiilni .Murpliy.J J.owlHburg, Htroie. J ,j OruiiKuburK, No.tPlhonuufilUe. 1 VVaMiliiKlou, No. lu Utoige. 1 ,Uoit)lu.v . Murploovllle, No. II W. lOl'mtuei. Feru Leaf No. U-U. VV. Wood. Society airolliiifM vihhuiiIc. Uonllduiicu lioilkie, No. U, Hint Monday o Oiich inoulh. Moton Lodce, No. 8I'A third .Monday ol each month. , ... ,.. . MayMVlUo.L'liunter.No.Mecond Monday ol eaclnuonili, MayMVllle Comniandery, No. IU, fourth Monday ol each inoulh. ? '. ' I.O. . F. W " l'lHijiih No. , hccoikI anu lourili .MondayH In eaulr moilths at 7 o'clock, DelCalb liodKe. No. 1J, TueMlily ulglil.eacl, wwK, at 7 o'clock. Klncgold, No. Zl, WediiHMlay nlKlit, each week, al 7 o'clock. liniulilH f Honor. The llrnt and 11...U 'I ueMlay of each month. Lodge room on nation Hlrcta. 11. ol 1. Limestone Lodge, No. :10,' Friday night ol each week. I. O. VV. .U. WodneHday nlfthl each wvok,altholrhalon Hccoud sttleet. Moilnlliy II. V..tl. Hccoud uud lourlliHiiiiilnyH 111 each mouth, at their hallon Lluieislnuu strccl. I 'it I Her ,lillivtv 1'. A. N. Flint Hundiij In each inoulh, al lliulr hall on LlinciUonuxlibcl. fti. I'ltlrlrk'H It iiovolonl Nuclei j. HocoudrMinday.ln oitOli iiiontli.ut thuT Hull on LlimviloMuiJlieet. s ' v . ClKiir JtiiUT' Dillon. Flint Tuesday nlghl In eacn mouth. .o.j.;r. , 1 Mouday uIkIiVo! each wiek. . ' ' i, ' MitlU. K. U. 11. It., arrive alU.OO n. in. and 8:15 p. in. Dei.n is at WW a. ni.mid 12 III p. 111. j iIonanza, down Monday, WeduciUay and Frldaywaldp.ni. apTuMdny.Tliureday auu Baturday at a p.m. !11'V UOVl.UNMKNI'. The Iiouixl ol Council ineuU llio ll rMiTlitinj day evening In bach month. Muyor Horace uuuuitiy , Council. Jolih 1'. I'lilnlnr. Flrnt IJendel, A. A. Wnds worth, Houeit Fioit, Afe becoiul v ru Di.U. W.MhKln.ThorauH J Chenowetn, How tttocto"il. " Tidrd i:. y. llechmger. v VU ' Fourth Ji l'liluter.'U. A. Will llugfoid.Johu W.Alexander. Filth Ward Win. D.MathewH, Jatuea Hall, Edward Myall. Treasurer and Collector K. U. l'eurce. Clerk lluriy Taylor. Marnhal James Htslmond, Hubert llitiwnluij. iWiniiLins J Deiuilles. 1 Wm UllWBOUt Wharfutiister Hoixjit Wood and Coal Inspocioi I'oter Parker. City Pliyhlclan Dr. .T. Strode. Keeper ol Alms llouso Mrs.H. Mills. Kentucky Central R. R. Time liuii'ln Is twenty minutes slowtr than time heieioioiuativ 'ii. i 4 htations Kx I HTAT1ON0. AO Kx. A M Lvo.Mavjvllle. o 4 1 Hum'itt u u.l Clark's. Oil) Mars'll.. 11 1.1 " lleleuii. U 'd ' John'n H II " KlU'lIu (1 US " Kwlllg: fl U " Cowitii . 0 17 " P.Vary, uift " .viefiH. 7 Ul ' Caillslo 7 Id " Mil lei " Mll'liu'g 7 Qi " PJuVll ..M Arr Paris..'.. 7 1". Arr. Lox'uni II 15 Arr.Cov'tou II m A.M. A M I'. M 12 W Lve lxjx'Hm 7 IK) IU M'liVO Cov'ton 7 ID 2 II 11 trtlLve PaiU... 7M iW I (ll " PJU'O'll 1 iri " .Vlll'b' "'5j I II) " rarllHle HJt) 1 2i ' , Vlcyori) fi'j& OM ".P.Vjlllfj TVtl 1' (CO wln i 1 7 IS , 'i iKtvlng.. 7 17 7 12 I is " KllK'lle. 7 '1 7 11 I fs " Johu'ii. TZl 7 ill " Helena. 7 .Vi 7'Jb i IU ."...Mum'll 7 n 7 HI' IClarkV ;m 7) " Buin'ltl riuo 7-Vi U) Vn.Maivill8 8 111 II III A.M. I'. W l M Connect at Lexlimtou with the l. &0. it. It. lor Ashland, llumliiKtnii and all points In the Kast and HoutluiiKt with the C. N. U, S.T. P. It. IU. lor rimliiiuogu and tluiKouth, with, tho L. N. IU H. I01 Frankfort uud Louisville. w.c,HAIUjKU,ABent, Maysvlile.Ky. 0. L. IIHOWN, . , , . ., U. P.hikIT. A. ,' Covington,'" I'tHind (lap Itullrmul. ColiiiHCtlm w Ith Trains 011 K. 0. R. It. Uinve Ki.hMlciHI'Ul(Hiii.lohusoiiHlatlou: K.f'.i. m l!ln,.liitit.l.l l'.Tnrj.Kil. .. ' m liiysvllbiVccu)inodn(IOu, tl'.ll p. ill. uuaiiiuiuu t. ' 7-,iii p. 111. Mnysvl Kxpress. ,t , , LeaveJtuiSHoNMTATlONJOf KlfinltiUsburuoi the uriival ol Trains on Hie K. C. It, It.! H.W a. m, Mi" p. in 'M n 111 W t, tn v J. Vl (ITHKV , UcniiKod Auctioned I . for Mason mid iiiljnlnliiu couiiiIch Orders It'll nl Hit Hui.i.kiin illlhti wll IftCI'IVP prompt attontloii, P. O. uddreas ML LVrmep FRAUDULENT SPJffll'EKS. PROSECUTING A WOMAN "MEDIUM." A Queer Cnno of 80. Called Spiritual Man. Prominent IMltor Who AVna llndly Taken In nnd bono 1'or. Ban Fuancibco. Doc. 0. A thorough exposure of tho fraudulent practices of a medium in published ill tho Chronicle About three years ago Mrs. Carrlo Sawyer, professional materializing medium, of this city, wan detected and thoroughly exposed in her fraudulont practices, which resulted in her leaving San Francisco for good. Since then, others of that clasi, grown bold, have Imposed upon credulous jHjrhons to a greater extent than over, and complaints come from honest bciiovers in Rpiituullsm that the ranks aro oven tin with fraud. A woman calling herself Klslo Reynolds, was locontly arrebted and held for trial for obtaining money under falso pretenses. At 0110 of her materializing seances, held August 8th last, complainaut, O. I). Mtlitz, had his suspicions aroused. Ho dcterudnod to discover if there were frauds connected with tho alleged materialization of spirits, and, seizing 0110 of tho professed ghostly visitants, had ovidenco that it wan n dummy made up for the occasion. Mrs. Royuolds ami others interfered forcibly, so ho was not ublo to lotain his hold of the dummy, but, foiling that he and others had been grossly imposed upon, ho has brought criminal nctlon against Mrs. Reynolds nnd insured 11 reporter that ho has ample evidence to socuro conviction. Among the many dupos of this woman is G. F. FaraoiMjformeriy editor of tho Sacramento Record-Union, now on tho Now York Trlbuno. Parsons a short time ago published in a Philadelphia pnjwr devoted to spiritualism, a.lotter denouncing Mrs. Reynold's accusers uiuL championing her cause, uud alleging that ho has rejieutedly. through her agency, been enabled to see nnd converso with a beloved duughtir who died about n year ago. It is evident tlmv. Parsons and his wifo were deceived, for Mrs. Nellie Smith, a young woman, confessed that sho personated Mr. Parsons's daughter several Utiles for Mrs. Reynolds, and always did' so for her own seances, which Pursons nnd wife attended. 8I10 had one-blue diess fixed for this social pur' pose, which sho was told was the fu vol Ho color of Parson's daughter. Ju.sun Smith, n photographer in Oakland, ami tho former husband of Nellio Smith, stutes that lie was present at 11 bvanco in O'Farrell street when Parsons uud his wifo wero culled up to tho cabinet to kiss their daughter, u ho hoou after called him up, nnd he found ho was kissing his own wife. THE UNITED STATES JAIL Trjluu; to Pick I'luws AVIlli a "Model In. stltiitlou." Wahiiixoton, Dec. 0. In his annual re" port to Congress, Attorney General Urewster was pietty severe in his language concerning the administration of justice in tho District of Columbia, and the warden of tho jail was also placed under lire. It is alleged that thu attack on the latter was instigated by Mr. Brewster Cameron, chief special agent of tho Department of Justice, who desliesto suecoed Warden Crocker, Tho only United States Jail is located hcie, and it is said to lo tho model institution of tho kind in this country. The position of tho Warden is worth but $1,800 per milium, so far ns tho salary is concerned, but tho perquisition are said to bo double tills sum. Ono of tho guards, at tho jail is authority for tho statement that ho Vvas approached by nn agent of tho Department of Justito who desired to obtain points nguinst tho present Warden. lie was assured that his communications would be confidential, and in tho event of a cliango ho would bo retained as 1 a guard if he desired it, and probably pro- ,moted. Instead of complying with the proposition tho guard promptly roportcd tho conversation to Warden Crocker, where-.upon the attention of the .Attorney General 'was iuvited to tho subject, nnd an investi gation U noy in progress. . ?' f A Sociable Ilurglar. fTJDiAWArous, Deo. 0. Mr. B, Young, on attorney, was aroused from his sleep by tho glare pf a light In. .his fute,' When -he opened his eyos lie saw a man standing by his bedside wrapped in a long black coat nnd wearing a slouch liat down "over, a pair of rather rouWi gray eyes, which looked straight into liLi own. Jn his loft hand the man held a dark lantern, and In lityt right hand u Ulg revolterj which ho dlrectod at Mr. Yjpung'a head " Keepqulot," said tho man, . and then ho said that ho cameWfor money and wanted to know quickly where to get it. Mr Young bogaii a p hat with" the visitor wh(ch lusted fifteen minutes, ; Young had no money except cents, which the burglar declined to nko. He then communicative, hut kept Ypung covered with ids revolver all the tlmo. " Ypur police ain't worth a duuui," ho Faid. "I could got through any house ijotween College Avenue and "Washington street end escape," In the mcantlmo the children had been aroused and began to scroam. Mr, Voung, convinced lhat his visitor intended no harm other than robbing, told the children 'to keep quiet... Just then ono of them run into tio room and stopped near the burglar, who 1 pla'cod his hand upon tho child's snouldur and (old her to get back to bod, as he would not harm her. Tho child obeyed. rrhen tho burglar, concluding there was nothing to bo gained, backed down stairs undwlthdrow, Mr. Young says his visitor vtas. the coolest man he ever mot. Narrow Kscape Prom n Itlnt. Pitthbuho, Pa., Dec. ll. Quito nn caused on Second avenue, and fennJYrore pnttfi tallied that a riot would be inauguFutoU by tuuuutcrs. Ono half of the' street is closed up at this point while water pipes are being laid, and Saturday several teamsters ref used to inovo on and let others pass, Jnjiqnsoqueuoe qf which a. blockade neatly nmlle' in length was caused. Tho drivers got into, an ungry dispute, but a number of policemen wore sent out nnd tho blockade lifted without serious disturbance, Major lloblilns Iletlret WHU n Grievance. i 'Indianapolis. Ind., Deo. ll. Major Irving Bobbins, Supoiintendent of tho Metropolitan Police, icsigned Fildny undor pressure. Ho demands a session of tho Police Commissioners to consider his resignation. RobblnH had grown very overbearing and unpopular, taking tho law Jnto his own hands. Captain Long, of tho pi esent force, will be his successor. A D iM rurtlici I'nrtloulnri of Lint Week's Itsi. Ian Sensation, Londox, Dee. 0. Tho duel which wm fought near tho city of Romo, betwocn SI nr Nicotcra. formerlv Mlnlsf or of. the In? toriorj and Bignori WvH,(CliU.ficctq'rx. of tho" Minlsterof the Inferior, was con. ducted in so unusual nnd ungcutlemanly a manner that tho wholo affair is condemned in unsparing terms by tho Italian press. lb soems that as soon as Slcnor Lovlto was wounded, NIcotera's Bword pcnoirntipghis arm, contrary 10 tnojeqcanu't.ucu l tho duel, ho seized his adversary's vreaporf and attempted to tako an unfair advautago. Nicotcra, instantly realizing his danger and tho treachery of tho act, cried, "AssaMinlJ' Tho witnesses Instantly drew their swords, closed In on the combatants, and for a few a general light seemed imminent This scene of confusion was finally ended by tho prompt action of NIcotera's frionds, who succeeded in extricating thoir principal from ihoniKilenot,howeyel',i until he had been 'm)h)lyiW6dnded'intho' face and hands. Several of tjio witnesses state that Invito woundetl TNicotera while ho clutchod his sword, and after tho seconds had cried out to him to stop. During tho rush which followed Loyito's nary attoinpftoklll his opponent, livoot tho specUitors wore wounded by the lamdom thrusts which werejnndd lhnlf dI,ec'tioiH. Signor Lovito's f?indi?Tirp1fniaRing efforts to suppress narticulars.oftlidlimootinff.lnnd In reference to the gralibingjof Nicotcra1 sword say that It waff ah aeoidenU Tfiey deny that NIcotera vfns'wonndcdtifterthis occurrence,, asserting that ho re.coIyed hi? wounds in thjErally which preceded it. ' THEJCATTLE PL'AtiUg. Itcpnrts llegardltiRr Its Ilntuens Kihr. tReintod.' . Regarding . a guntlemAn vthpliiuj been over JofToispn Counties for a couple of dayjj'paittlntovviewlng !thi stnekmen, llnds tho disease oxlstinj' ported, but says thayu?s?asg'i qiread in either of tho above counties. Miller, in his pajicr, tho Trey Chief, says: "It scorns to be a fact that a fatal disease has got among tho cattlo in somo parts if tho State of Kansas. A large number tuo died in b yirthern part, of- this ounty and parts of Brown. It is a disease' jf the belly and lungs, and usually takes cuttle off very soon after showing signs, Ono of the Lawroneo papers denies the existence of such n diseA4o 'in. tho Stato. rhero is truth in it, however, and tho pajiers may as well own It, and stir up cattle owners to try and discover tho cause md a icniedy, instead of trying to suppress, tho truth until tho cuttlo nie ull dead. Tim llseaso is fatal and spreading,, whatever It Is. 1 ho disease is certainly a pocnluir ouo." A prominent veterinary surgeon of this ity, who has been out this week among 'ho sick cattlo, reports instances of live inimals dying within two hours after sick. NEWSPAPER NEWS. Humored Changes In thu St. Louis lie-publican. , , St. Louis, Dec. 0. t is stated on tho luthority of gentlemen who nro well Ktcd that important changes aro aboui to u made in the olllco of the Missouri Gerard B. Allen is about to hume control and Is In favor of hecepfing lie resignation of Mr. William Hydo, tho resent Managing Editor. W.hen this Is ouu Mr. Hyde's place will 'be filled by Mr. n"o ton Crane, Mr. Allen's son-in-law, On 'hursdny last Mrs. Kuapp, widow of tho ule Geo. Kuapp, filed her resignation as nisi eo of tho estato, and all heirs, ho dlsceased joined with Mrs. Knapp in a oquest to the Court thai ' Gerard 'B. Allen e apiwlntod in. her .place . The stock of ue Republican is altogether f&00,000, iVhcn Gerard B. Allen becomes trustoe of Tuupp's estato ho will be ablo to vote of tho stock, of which (150,000 will bo .vhat belongs to Knapp nnd $12,000 Ing to the Paschall estate. This gives him 1 controlling Interest. PREDICTION VERIFIED. Hough Weather On the 'Atlantic A Ter -v Announcement. . London, Dec ".The prediction received 'rom the weather bureau on the second ust., stating that "several centers of will effoct the British nnd coasts during tho woek, and that ,ho ono arriving' between the1 Sixth and 1' ilghth Isjlkely to dovolope dangerous has been amply vorlflod.r 8maH" passed over tho Northern coasts md Norway during tho weo'k, while . yes- idiiy tho weather completely changed, ind murky weather of, Jhq last taw avoqIcs, t Vt the same time heavy gales 'visited trie loutlieastorn coasts, causing several to shipping, but, happily, without oss of life. In tho extreme North, nnd ver Scandlnnvia, tho barometer is falling. Du the Northeastern coasts and In tho North sea gales aro blqylpg, and ,tbood Is very uugli, indicating a further fulfillment -of Ii latter part of tho prediction, Itemilt of an Old l'eud. CriATTANOOciA, Teiui., Dec. (I. Saturday light, near MooiosUuig, Tom Piak'r, whoso iftmo Is at Lonolr's, was, WHedljy John, 4 Unxwell. Both tho men worked in tho j mairv near where, tho , .'.' V .Ii ..k. iSVi J'i, , M inn 011 1110 maw iuciiLHUtuusuax.tveii mu ailed upon at his house by Prater and )ther partlei nd jvjked . t ' gd tonLktoyii lear by. Ho asked who it was called for lira, and when informed that it was Prater ia wont back in the house, nnd returned vlth a shotgun, which ho pointed at Prater ' md flrcd. The shot pierced tho Jirrus.t, nn,, jassiug through the body Killed Prater in jtnntly, The dead man's body was sent to Ibis city on a freight train auiUaken to Le , lolr'sybtoiilay'fdrburiA ! Mftx well's "act1 teems to Im a very deliberate one, and no loubt was the culmination ofi tin old feud xitweou tho parties. 1 tnoherciu AlTalr N'mjr Chlcftgu Chicago, Dec. ll. Out at an old tavern n the Biighton Road, Satui day 'eVJulng, Jerry Douohuo, twenty-seven .venrs mi), miUns Bultiiiioiyund wkglilng' ISi ' jounds, and Richard Cuddy, twenty-eight fears old, wolghjng 15JJ pounds, shied thoir, motors luty n "spOdiJy, lnjilruyjfud j ing, , rheurrnuguiuuuls,reruor.nflghti ut t'lMtv tide, Maiquis of Queeushury rules, uud nn ittondant ruffian was thosv'H rpfqivo. It ipoodily degenerated Into a llslleulf and 2uddy fought it out in oho tvttind by whip-)lug Douohue badly uud pouudlng his fucu a a lellv I r - MagMtflosEsJ Wm h AND LIKEWISE THE STAKE MONEY. Acrceablo Social Kvent In a Clilcnea 'rerrel" nndlAn6ther ' . (Ull J' f Kmluent Anlmnl Slue Lncli Other. Cuioaoo, Dec. 0. Tho dimly lighted floor of an up town stnblo was tho scene of 0. hanLglovoJlght betrecn Pat Magliuty 'ftluCPWl man. Around the ropb about"Blxty "well known sjxirting characters assembled paying live dollars a head for tho privelego of witnessing the mill. Brogdon, better known as "tho Ferret," was tho winnor of threo fights previous to tho one he won last night, whilo Mnglinty is a now light in tho arena. Both men are feather weights nnd tho stakes were seventy-live dollars a sldo. In tho first round Magllnty showed considerable pluck ixwl good science, but was allytiulsluedlbyhis antagonist. In ''tKe' Kecond refund" Tat locelved a. frightful .left bander in tho mouth, which split his upper Up and knocked out three front tooth. Tlmo was called, aqd in the ithird round both men fought hard for an ''opener," and Pat sent a lott bander straight from tho shoulder n't Brogdon's head, but missed tho mnrk. and receiye4.In.ttuni a cross cut that sent, him whlrlbigjyerv tho rope. When nu6'fourthrnuiil was called Magllnty failed to toot tho mark ainO"tho Ferret was de clared ani etw winner. Time, thirteen 'minutes. Bottinfpvas, licavyj3nd a con siderable amount changed hanuj. " A Pair of Itnllnu DurllnCrnnks Poke nt Each Other vlth!swo?d. Romb, DpcT 0, A duel witujjTwords was fought nt 11 o'clock Fiiilay rooming nt a place n few miles putsldo?tliis city, tho combatants being Signor Nicotcra, formerly MInlster.of tlje'Intejioragjnd Signor Ldvito, Secretary of, tBej'Miiistry of tho Interior.' They fought: furiously but somewhat wildly. Lovito received a cut in tho ann' TvlIllojytLoteravwas wounded in tho -face nnd'hand." TliS'ScTo'nds then separated the duellists. Iivlto, who had bcon grossly Insulted by Nicotorn, accepted the result of tho meeting as nn ample vindication of his honor. Why n I'oHtiiiiutter .VVin Kcmored. Wahiiinhton', Dec. II The postmaster nt Brightseat, Mil., was on Friday removed. This action wjuOMiscd updu'a report of an Inspectdr who' was sent to investigate tho cause of the gi cat Ihcrenso In the business of the olllce, which had advanced from jht quarter to flKKJ. Tho Inspector found that this wo duo to tho fact that Mr. Suit had sent his mail from that oflke, and had entered into an agreement with tho Postmaster to shai e tho commission derived f 1 oin tho cancellation of the stamps Tho sanio man, by withdrawing his mall from n uelghboi lug olllco, had reduced it from thu Presidential rank to a fourth class olllco. A .Swindler Nabbed. St. Taul, Minn., Dec. !. A special despatch from Helena, Mont., says: During the month of October u man representing himself us Post Olllco Iusjioctor Henderson, uud, afterwurd, as Inspector Henderson, visited tho4postofllcsJbotwoir.MiI6s' Clt' audSQelcna and dwindled ."oMcfnls and banks. On Friday of Inst week, Assistant Superintendent Jameson, of the Railway Mail Servico, spotted him tit Missoula, and on Thursday last caused his arrest. The , swindler gave tho name of S."W, Scott, nnd tho authorities vfeio requested to Hold mm. After Montana is through with him, he is wuntcd'by Stuart, of Chicago. The Nlcklo Plato nnd tho PiisseiiBor Pool. PiTTsnuno, Doc. I), General Pussenger Agent Ford, of tho Pennsylvania Company, who.hos returned rom Chicago, was Intervfowed regarding the action of tho Nlcklo Plate Road in withdrawing from East-Bound Passenger Pool. Ho declared that the Nlcklo Plate Road was not in the passenger pool at ull. The NlcklQ Pinto, ho says, uses tho Lake Shdro track 'from Chi cago to Cleveland, and is conti oiled by the Wn. Vilr riiiifrttl n fmtflAf.illf .Vlnfl fitirl as both tho Lako Shore and tho New York Central aro in tho pool, tho Nickle Plato could not do anything that would interfere with either of them. A Poor Place to Oet Work. PiTTsnuna, Pa., Doc. 0. It is stated pn good authority that there is a larger number of workmen, clerks, book-keepers, etc., out of employment In Pittsburg at tho present tlmo than have boen known since the worst of the years following tho pnnla of 1873. An advertisement in n dally for malo help of any kind brings 1 hundreds of responsas. Not .only are the large manufacturing, establishments in many instames reducing their forces of workmen, but mercantile establishments are doing likewise, so that tho army of unemployed is daily receiving largo accessions. . 'X 1 An Indian How Satlsfuclbrfly Settled. Wabiilvoton, Doc) 0.- Tho trouble in the Creek Indian Nation,whlch caused tho calling oit of troops last summer, then tho appointment of & Commission to Arrange peaco, and flnnlly of an,plocUou, la ,now put at an end by tho inauguration of Chief Perryman. This took plate yestorday.and, (accordiug to a Upatch received at tho xnuian yiueunrym. ugunv iuiv, an nuo satisfactory. Io further adds that and Chlcotn, rival candidates, had 3ecn chosen dolegates to Washington and ihus all factions wero plcasod. , THE BRUSSELS FIRE. Two Dead Jlodlos Taken K10111 tho Ruins of tho Iliiruud Palace. BnuasKW. Dec, ll.U'p to a late .hour Friday afternoon two corpses had been" 'taken from the rulttsl of the palace of tho Leguuauvo uuimuer, uuu ii (uajcy uiut . others are burled beneath the debris. Hoy,- ernl firemen, dangerpnsly woundixt, are ly Ing In the hospital, two of whom it 1,8. wild ennnfc ro.ap$ijfy J-Tho buikflnfeunu' contultn wcio uninsured, . ' The Convivial Deity at Columbus. l Columbus, O., Dec. 0. William Bachus, President of, the Ohio Liquor Dealers' League, la in the city making arrangements for a meeting of the liquor Interests nt the Grand Opera Houso here December 27 and 28. Tho objoctnf tbo'nieetlng is to formulate an expression of what thoy dot sire from the Legislature. It ii thought that a repeal or radical modification of tho b'cott iaw will be nukod. Four hundred delegatus are expected. OUT OF THE DRIFTS. Arrival of Kansas Pacific Snow.nount Trnln nt Denver. DENVEn, Colo., Dec, 0. Tliq (Cnnsas Pacific passenger train, which was announced as being unheard from arrived hero -after having been beleaguered in tho drifts for thirty-six hours. The pasRongers fared comparatively well, although they tell many sensational stories of how they foraged for food and water with which to appease their hunger. The engine struck the first drift on Wednesday evening beyond Deer Trail, about 100 miles from Denver. Tho passengers, among whom were the Aldermen of Denver, who had been on an excursion, assisted tho trainmen, and the snow was dug away sufficiently for the engino to butt Its way through it. Five miles further on the engine stuck perfectly fast. For a mllo ahead the hacks apiieared to bo hopelessly covered. Preparations wore made to stay thcro nil night, or until assistance, an ived. Tho express enr was entered, and everything of an edible nature mado use of. Dining the night the water gae out, and melted snow was used. Tho night nnd the next day passed, and tho situntion was indeed becoming critical. About midnight tho headlight of an engine was seen advancing. It was a relief party fiom Denver. Three engines and snow plows wero used in cutting through tho hoavy gnow banks, nnd an hour or two later the snow-bound pai ty was -released, Tho coal on the bolcagueied train had given out, and had not tho relief came when It did the passengers would have suffered. A PREACHER'S NECK IN DANGER. The Men of Caroinlnlel Itendy tn l.jrncli thn Iter, ,liii'ob Srhllltnr. St. Louis, Dec. 0. Since Carondelot was made a city its people were not more incensed than thoy wcu when tho doings of the Row Jacob Hehlltter were laid bare before them. Had ho been in the city, instead of safe with his stepdaughter Annie in Chicago, ho would have lx'on given a tasto of ljiuh law, for the girl's brother Fred, was there as a leader, and when the truth was mado known to him ho vowed vengeance on the girl's lietrayer and swore to kill him did heevor returned Hundreds of his fi it nils indorsed his sentiments and promised to give him a helping hand. Since yesterday's developments It has been found that tho preacher was in the habit of biinging Auule to St. Louis, nnd after these Mts she always rutin nod home loaded don with presents, which sho said had lieeii given her by her stepfather. The latter's ull'o Is still his friend, and claims that his conduct towards his .stepdaughter was wholly duo to spiiitualistic influences, and that when he led herustiay he was nn conscious of wrong doing. Officers, armed with a win rant for Schlitter's arrest, are still looking for that Individual, and If he Is returned to Carondelot he will certainly be lynched. TOO PROSPEROUS. What n Stroke of Fortune Did for John Mackxy Chicago, Dec. It. John Mackey, a Scotchman, presented to the cashier for foreign exchange at the Union Nn tlonul Bank, a draft for :!,r00 on a London house, purporting to be drawn in his favor by N. K. Falrbduk & Co., of this city, say ing ho wanted to exchange for a draft on a New York house. Tho cashier delayed Mackoy whilo ho sont a messenger to the olllco of N. K. Fairbauk & Co. to inquire if tho draft was all right. A reply came quickly back that it was a forgery. Mackey was Immediately arrested ami taken to tho Harrison Police Station. As soon as ho was urrested Mackey pretended to bo very (trunk and refused to answer questions. The prisoner is a married man, and lives at South Kvanston. For a long time ho was bookkeeer for N. K. Fairbauk & Co. Eight months ago he received a legacy from Scotland. This piece of good fortune drove him to dissipation, and the firm contemplated discharging hlin, but he resigned. The Terrible Trnnip. Bloomington, 111., Dec. W. A person giving the name of Jack Taylor called at the residence of Mr. H. Hodges, a farmer a few miles south of the city, and asked for his dinner. Mr. Hodges told him that dinner was not ready, and if he would wait till ho got? another load of fodder ho could have dinner. While Hodges had gone for the fodder Taylor insisted on having dinner at once, nnd began to abuse Mrs. Hodges, using vile epithets, and finally he Jerked out a revolver and Bhot nt Mrs. Hodges, though luckily tho bullet went wide of its mark nnd Mrs. Hodges escaped unhurt. Taylor then Hod. He was subsequently arrested at Jollot. Public feeling ran high, and had he not been hustled off ho would have boen sevorely dealt with. Drowned at n SrntNami.D, Mo., Dec. 0. Information has been received hero of the accidental death by drowning of Klder J, Wrights, man, in Swan Creek, near Chadwlck, County, He jvas crossing the stream, whioh was swollen by rams in the back country, when the team, being unablo to mil against the current, ho got out and mounted ond of tho homes. The horse stumbled and threw him olf. At last no counU his body had not been recoveiod. Mr, Wrlghtaman was a preacher, writer and a wealthy man, and President of the b'ank at Hai per, Kansas. He had been to Forsyth to look nftor county liouds in his possession, recently refunded. He was about sevonty yeurs old. Turned oil III Pnln, Atwnta, Ga., Deo. 0. -A. J. Oshlelds was arrested in Chattanooga for having in possession a stolen watch. He was brought hero oi requisition, and has confessed to the Chief of Pollco that he planned the burglary of Askew's saloon two weeks ago, in which $-1,000 wero taken. The money, ho says', is secreted in the city. He Implicates Joe Denham, Bill Trip nnd Sharper Conley, young men about town, ns his accomplice in tho crime. They wcio arrested and identified by him. Developments as to other burglaries are promised. Teat Liquor Cases, Cleveland, O., Deo. I). Under tho Sunday liquor law, Fred DIelioldt, a promlnont liquor dealer, was fined $100 and given ten days in the work-house for keeping open saloon on Sunday, This was in tho Police Court, Judgo MoKinney, of the Couitof Common Pleas, has rendered sevoral holding that tho law does not a saloon to be open for tho purpose of lolling liquor, but that it must bo shown that the place was open for business CHEROKEE TROUBLES. Serious Accusation That Aro Apparently Without Foundation. WAsmifOTON, Dec 0. At the last sosslon of Congress $300,000 was appropriated for the Cherokee Indians. It is now charged by Colonel K. C. Boudlnot, a Cherokee half-breed, tha,t Mr. Phillip, the Cherokee Representative here, has failed to turn In $3,50!) of that amount, and that when pressed he said that tho money wax paid Secretary Teller nnd Senator Dawes to influence legislation. Secretary Teller and Senator Dawes both deny the story, Indian Commissioner Prico says Mr. Phillip could not have handled tho monoy, as It was deposited by requisition In tho St. Louis Sub-Treasury. Mr. Phillip says: "I have not spoken to Boudlnot in eleven years, and I understand that ho has not been at the Capital of tho CheroKrw Nation slnco 18C9, Of course I had nothing to do with tho payment of that money, as it was paid to a. bonded officer, who, I have no doubt, can account for evory cent of It. I don't caro to notico such things, as I havo made a rulo for somo years past not to do so. SOUTHERN POLITICAL TROUBLES. Hitter Proline Acalnit Ilepreentnttres of the Government. Columbia, S. C, Doc. 0. In the United States Court yestonlny tho trial of Bethia and six other white Democrats of Marion County was begun. Tho defendants aro charged with breaking up a Grecnbacker meeting at Marion, in November, lb83, and mobbing Hendrix McLane, Independent candidate for Governor, and Bowon, Greenback cnndldato for Congress. Defendants' counsel raised tho point that the case could not lie tried upon a mere Information filed by tho District Attorney, but that an indictment should have been found by the Grand Jury. The point was argued on both sides, but Judgo Bond reserved his decision. Tho District Attorney regards this as tho Government's strongest case nnd is confident that threo or more of the dofendnnts will be convicted. Public feeling against the Government officers is still intensely bitter. A BEAST SHOT. reriertitlnc n Walter Olrl Until lfe Made Her Desperate. Chicago, Dec. 0. A single shot from a revolver in the hands of n desperato girl startled tho guests of the Briggs Houso Friday evening and will result in tho death of Patrick Kinsley, head waiter of tho kotel. Sadie Ray, aged twenty-two, a modest, prepossessing young woman, has been employed as waitress for some months nnd claims to hnve been continually subjected to tho most insulting ndvances by Kinsley, whose isisition gave him many opportunities for so doing. After being refused time and again, Kinsley had become foully abusive and on Friday, just before supjier, he met Sadie in the dining hall and called her a vile name. Sadie drew a pistol and shot her traducer In the head, inflicting n mortal wound. There is much sympathy for the girl, GONE WRONG. Sir. llarnnrd, tf Philadelphia, Follows In the Vootntep of o Many Other. I'HII.ADKI.I'IIIA, Doc. (. The fact has jus become known to the members of tho Commercial Hxchangothat Frank Barnard, of the Hour and grain commission firm of Barnard & Roberts, had suddenly loft tho city on Tuesday evening, leaving behind him many creditors. It was found upou investigation that his accounts with his partner were in nn ugly shape. Several sntries in the firm's chock book, when compared with the checks actually paid by the bank, revealed, it is said, tho appropriation of nearly $4,000 of tho firm's monoy, which it is believed Barnard has taken with him in addition to other sums realized from other and unknown sources previous to his flight. No man had a hotter reputation on 'Change than Mr. Barnard until his recent flight became known. Extraordinary Cane of JliirRlary. Cleveland, O., Doc. 0, Six masked burglars outcied the residence of Horace nnd Martin Allen, wealthy bachelors, at Newton Falls, two weeks ago, and, after brutally boating and gagging them, secured several thousand dollars' worth of plunder. Friday night tho detectives lodged in jail a well-to-do farmer and stock dealer named James P. Baldwin, of Trumbull County, as one of the robbers. Baldwin has a wife and family. The arrest has caused much excitement, and other sensational arrests will follow to-day. Klrmmlur mid Lorlng Found Guilty. Chicago, Dec. 0. Tho jury in Judgo Blodgett's United States Court on Friday brought in a vordlct of guilty as to and Loring, two of the " Funil W' commission swindlors. The Judgo granted n motion for a new trial and nn arresf of judgment, fixing the ball of each at $10,000, which was furnished, tho notorious Mike McDonald being, however, rofused as ouo of the bondsmon. Dullness In the Iron. Trade. PlTTfinurtG, Doc. 0. In aninterviow with Andrew Carnegie, the great steel rail and iron manufacturer, ho said, in all probability his extensive rail and steol mills, at Bessemer, the largest in tho country, will shut down shortly for lack of sufficient orders. Ho says there is scarcely a mill now with a week's order ahead, and his. remarks portray a very gloomy outlook among the lion dealers. Yaln C'nltoKe nnd Typhoid Fever. New Haven, Conn,, Doc 0. President Porter, of Yale College, Friday convened the students and said there bad been nn investigation and there had been no fatal cases of typhoid fever contracted in the University. Ho charged them to bo very careful ns to tho temperature of their rooms nnd as to clothing, and said the sewernge of the building was perfect and that no danger need be apprehended. The Manitoba Honndary DlipuU. Ottawa, Can,, Dec. 0. Attorney Gen eral Miller, of Manitoba, and Mowatt, Premier of Ontario, arrived hero Thursday night, nnd Friday submitted a proposition to the Dominion Government with a view to tho boundary, line between tho two prov luces being definitely settled. Whateyer understanding it arrived at, matters will have to bo confirmed by the Imperial