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Jo. X- "-- Ii S3 VOL. 3 NO. 25. f w "'- KY,sFBAYitDErgEMBEO.UJ PKICE ONE CENT. r h. H B t J CITY A.N1) COUNTY lUUElH'Oill. Courts-Circuit 1!oitrl. Juvljo A. E.Colo. Commonwealth's tlomey T A. Cnrran Clerk-U. D. Parry. " Sheriff Perry ( Dun Purrlue. Deputies: Chan JelloisOn. (. J: w. ' " Jailer bonlila .. i . . mvI, Tuesday, alter second Sli'tid.iy iiii Jaguar;, April, July aud'Oclnber tu each year. m t , , Con ii y Court. Judge Wm, I. Conns. County AUornuy J. L. Whltukor. Clerk-W. V. Hull. - Bocoml Monday c each raouti, . Uunrle'riy Court. Tuesday utter- seoonu Monday In 'Murbli, June, September and Decomuer 111 enoll y,enr. .llnulstrUe I'uiirLi, Mnysvllle, No. 1. Wesley A'lcioy ituil Jb. Oram, tlrsi and third ruusduytt tu March, Juiie.tjupiciiiberuiid uucuuibur. Muysviliu, Mo, 2. M. E. .Marsh nnd Junius Clianiberluji first Hatitrday nud fourth Hiiim otoliths. Dover, No. 3 Juntos Est luihuw ami A b Dooyns, llt.st nud third Wednesday, name lllOUtllH. Minerva, No. 4-0. N. Wiuver nud Ji M, ltyar Hint uud thlid UUesdajs, ttume mouths. . i Uermatiiown,No. S S. ., Windward nud Jns. H II. .Muiiueii Hi-Hi and IIIIM HiflUidliys, Kuniu inon tu. , haniu, N. M. Drill aud J'. II, Urlgsuy Hecond and loin III .Saturdays, .Muysllck, No. 7 c. W..Wlllltiihnd JD, Hayuioud, sisxiuil and lourtli Kridays, same mouth LeWisbui;?, No. 8-J. SI, Alexander aid Txano L. Mcliv.ilno second ai'd luuitli Huiim mollis. uruugeburtf.No. -V. IJ.Uuryulriitid WH Fnirow tlisi 9uiuiduy,mid luitAlonduy,iwmt Wiiihliitfton, No. Tliomai DownliiK fouith Tudiiy nrnfthlrd , sumo uioiiliis. . ' .Murph ivllle, No, ll LewjM Jedersou uuir joiiii ii. .'im lourin .nqunay nuu mini, TiiiumiIiiv. Name moiiliiti. l " Kuril Leaf. No. i iUioilu aud J. it. D unions, second ami fourth n.iiimiays.Huny. mouths. , ' f j y i "A 'J .1 .MJ t'oiiNtit .leu. .,! MayBVlllc, No. i C. L Dawson. Muysviliu, No. i. I.. Aloiuu. Dover, 11. McMillan. Uorm tuuiwu, mid.wurd Hardls, Uluudn Muyfilluu, No. Mlirpliy i.twiHUurir. NmjB h, .i:hiivuu. wm bis ir Urnniruburc. No. Nl.. I .(JOiMEIII MuriiliyHVlllo.No. l'rathBiA ? Koru J.eat No. 12-H. W.Woodf ' fc' Hoplcty nprlhiKA 'Irtionli'. K Cotiddeuco UidKe, No. &i, tlrst Mouday ol each iiiouih. ' Momuii Lmltje, No. SI2, third loiidny of eaclj .MuyHVillu, Chuptor. No,p(x?nd,ilh8aaJ'Ii5f eaciiiiiouiu, t ilayMVlllv , Conniundory, No.lO.itmirtu. Mouuuyot uHhhinoi'.th., tjBwfwJtt" l..tOF. ) . t i h"' PlHirali l;ncaiiii)iiioilt. 'No. 98uCond ''una' lourtli Mondays lu vuph liioutlm ut 7 o'clockn DoKulli J.odKf.No. 2, Tucduylilglit,oacit Htm, in i ociock. j . f , Klu&told. 'X, Vi'odnesilay niUt, each week, at 7 o'elock. fiMltililn or Honor. ' The llrxl nud i..A '1 uelay of each month. Lodge loom on rsulloii ktlHit. li. Of 1. . TJ ,- Llniosl(Jno TiOdge, No.g, " Friday nlslit ol each week. . ., , i, . w.m,; .. -.i Weluesdiiy nlslit fuctrwvrk.iKtlielrlinllqriH tsecoiiu Htreei. Mj , , (fuiliillljr .Y.3i. Hecond nud lourlhMiiid.iys tueuch mouthy nt their hull ou I.luiiMtoiiH Mreft. Iftllier V. A. H. Klrst Sun lay In each JnOntHAnhflf Tiairpn LlineMUiimnieot:,,. 'W5 hi. lntrlfltS.lieMiiVHjipitjorlciy. Hocond fuuday'Jii ohcnbutliTat'tlielrllBir cm LliuwiouMBtroel. k xJfBBF ''v-" tilKn'r rU)4TI"n. '' ..tf' Klrst Tutrrfluy lilght'u eai'iiJoTith. , JJJP Monday ulgUtol a'"ch week,) ' 'b K. C. H. It., urrlvos ut itffl'a. 'niJtuud 8:15 pt in. Uuparii at bull a. .in. uud 4U p.lai. v i iiona.nz.i, dowu A)oiiuy, rt'edntwlay4urn! Vrldiywul dp. in. Op'runiilay.Tliurfiday mid Hatunlay ut, i; in. J n. "'fajg . t The Koittd auyevcuins in eacujnontiyri "fSJ .Muyor J . H Prenldfiui Dr. John Pd fehlftCrSH Klrst UciiUor & XCfir ' worm. Hotiert FroNt. - Second M aiu Di.u. V.ilaitlti,LUouuiH J luuuueiii, nun mui'iMuit. TlilidWuid .watt. I'ea i neK.'W.JTU8b Duvld HewunjfcrJ. . JtU Fourth Wind-Dr. JrP.PhlHtorB?Ar Will- ni;roid,.loliii w. Alexander. m Wfth Wind-Wm. U.MulhewKj nines Hallf Edward AlVall J ' V Treouurei and P". $01 V fay lor. i 1 A A Alnnifinl tttdmohd. Deputies. Wm Hv.wllin Wharlin.ulei Uien tClckUn Wood ami CO.il irI City J ."'4 Btrodifi JfJVjT Keeper of Alhi't Houn Mrs.H. MiIIh. . riUMK li TA1W.I 1 A. Xii. KentuckyMitraiR I Tinid horqln'lii twfiifMralnutes tJuwitlmn .. IIIIIO m srr . i i m? - w HTATKlNH - Es.l Viv.rATIoN w A M. r iX ( l'.M l.ve.Marsvlllc. '5 ID 12 JJi'LvirlHf'ttni Z ' Hum'llti ti u:i yi Afll'ire.Cuv'oit u su Mi " Clatii'x, OKI 12 J lAV.hintL:J , ij Alnrs'll. ii i in I'JuVn " Helena. (I I U9 Alirh'B.. tiuo " John'n :i: I ID unriinio 6 40 " Klle'lle n as I 'iH " M leyors. 0 6ti . 6 6 " KwlngL. 'lt ftV.l'y " UO Will II, i 1 wun. ' i'.Val'y, ill v. i I m ' W'.Ul ilUlo. " CarlUle 7 I" M Joliii'u, 7 -a 71 " MtlllllH.. Helena.! 1 1 720 " MII'iiii'k 7 I IU Muih'II. 7 15 7J " IVIllJcil Clitrk'ti 7 M 71 Air. PiirrtJ.. A' Hupi'itj L.8 Wt7Vi Arr. lAixnon if n majftviin Arr.Cov'tou 11 10 u 10 A.M. l'.M A.r. P. M CoilliisilR at L,exinfcU)l vdtirjui.Ttp. TU It. lor AHhlaiid.) liuailncu u KTi3 Jill .pqliiA in the KaL nnd'KoniliKlMt wlth'flio M. r,1 II l I, I.. . I l..,, ,.,,,.., , i H...I (linUi.nllt IV, 1.4. I,. I...11FI lit., l.lll.'., ..,!.. .IJ .I.l.tfcll, with, tho U,a N.fMv IV KfWorttHml' ijuuinvutu LY.U,HApLISU.Agent, k ,-, MflyKvliVe, Ky. C.I. . llltOWN. u. ivuqdr, A.tr ?', 1m A4 J T M Coviitijtuii tluii Kitllroail. CounecttiiK with Tiulim on IC. a 11, It, Leave KtMiNOHFUitq lor JoluisouHtullont t:S a. in, Cincinnati Exp fens. - ' in. MityKvllle Aceoinmodatlon .1:2.'! p. m, LexliiKton. 7:0V p.m. .MlysvL)lO'Bxpl0Hs. t i l.navoJoiiNfloNHTATioNiorrioiiilniiHburaoi me iiriivm oi i ihiiih uu viiu iv, u. , xt.i 4; l.-l a. m. i:oo p( m. ft: K a. m Vi37 i m ". rr j: xzj T j, nwA v H't'li KV, LIcuiimM Auctioneer for Miikoii and tuUolnlnu onuntlitl.' Or ders left ul the UuU.KTtN iift)eo,w11l rccolvfl' prompt attention, y, O, adilrfiw Mti CurmelV IteotfT 3 7.3 IMff A FATHERS CRUEL CRIME ,DU RN I'QJ VU ISrCHlilb'ftfe4I i (v'Ll Vfi. Onoof the BCoiftlenuJuih ?furflri on ', Excitement FrevnlU 'i liifr, And Feitra of n Lynch- , lmrMoUl, ViNGEifNES, Ind., of February 7, at Mld(Jleown, thirty-Ore iiiilen norlh of bore, two children of Jamos TIwam .i. l,.nArl . fArlAnf) ttl a KnrtU1n irtuiih'er!i The "t dlctud and lodged ill. Jail lor tliolr der. The family consisted of Dyer and fdur children? Tho oldest, a girl, was 11. Three wore, younger, ,0ns of the younger was a paralytic, who had ncMr been ublo'tcVnlk iViiolnoFftts Emictod with epllcpiy, wiuu juuiiKui v "yf"f inlclflK&rtAhlld. Jjyer iook iuojiuuhru child to Middletown, leaving the others in thtf'cabfn. AtfoUt 0 P. M. thd oldest chjlil was awakened by. a fire in the front room, and rushed out. Sho was provonted by tho Uanleaafdf8ni6ko'"from, 'rcsfctilng'the otner emiuren,, tuouga sue couiu piuiu ly hear 'afe tulfe mo ou il" The young girl ran cre.amlnc to & noithbor's. When tho neighbors , arrived with tho father,) the bonw of the two children "were found in torlacod, a If they had, ii their last agony, clapped each other for protoctfom TUo eldest .when ho , rushed to tho dorjbo.foanint.hofi4l 6riwtUaiiut. sido but succeeded in bur4tlug it ojien, WhwtfkliSTIrttjhed QMh6;nxfhr father' wSVcliing tho Haiiii'H. It is claimed "that the crippled' children WeroMit tho1 way of Dyer' oecontl marriugo. Tho Ofdnd Jury has- Just concluded lis investigations. TlueuUi of lynching ar4ri?X CHICAGO WICKEDNESS, , ".VU't - .; V-ii ..Jr' 1' Cluugon ami of llrilmry ' and'Oorraption, CuiCAao.'b'co, O.r'piQ wr&hgla over .tho Chicago '& JSvanston cRailioal'ordiiia!io appaarn to be grotTing in Interest; Many of the Aldwmen who ,vpted foc it havo been charged' - wiTh' "bribery nnd ojrnhowf ,vihq votd kgitihrt'ifrtrlu abotit tho fcame'flicr the chargq beingj.thatlieyvnsticd in tho interest of a. rival corporation. The vetofnKe'MdydrWhfch''hbuiirfrectljr charge4 tho Aldermed voUj;" nauco with having boeu unduly jnfluouced, has added fuel tottfaotnaiaes Jln'faityutjie excitement hnijbgeiio,ltenso,4tho charges so bold, and thoppositiorftolho ordinance so,iiuullfestKtlut.tho"Griiiid' Jury is, abdulT tbkV ft tors, Thoy yesterday caused subpoenas tc bo Issued for a number of witnesses to appear to-day, which would, indieato' ' that tu'eyTUad resolved' to Institute, a into the reports so damaging to the reputation of the Aldermen. Snd Drowning Accldeutl Calais. Me.. Dec. 80. Win. '.ltdti, Peioy Truc&lale, S. McFariano, Aloxaudei nuiCL Iwlonglng toRt. BliVeVw am I boat ut uobmgtown and tfui tvu (o,r tit. AitilfqV between nine ami tu p. in. TUt,dsayf.,,They liave not been neon Cries for hqlp werojieard by the wharf for the steamer, and boats tried to go out and search. A thick snow Bijuall prevailed at tho tlmo, and the high' ieu pro vented ti gopd soavcKJ Jfe"bolIoyi that the Coat was sCru'ck by a squall and tho creW lost. Th( boat has slucebech found bottom up near St. Andrews. The bodies aro not yet recovered. .A'honvy, suow storm prevails. ? 9 t , - , J ' ii . t I CMTJijtoii tn (li. Cartiidiniipnrllaineilt 'Dttawa, Dec. 20. In qonnectiou with theDofriliiion'OoTernuiont lands mjuio startling revelation hav recently come td light wherQrnembers of tho Canadian PaHIarpont am suifcring. Theaoveinmont have to cured vast tracts of volaablclandsiin thi Northwest at nominal figures, and then turned tho prop6rty ' over", realizing large mm jut uiv twituBwtiuoi woRi munureiik HO. J soon us i ifniecU fu Jnuunry. V - - " r ' u Bmvt HurelArir. OifxND Anws, jtici., Dec' 20. The of E. J. Hopping Deputyl Jnternal Hovenue Collector, Yjts burglarized Wednebday. '!r. 3IofJiIfisrr clothes were rilleitof. M,Oftirimoeyl fgold vhtclf hnS chain and other valuables. Uopplna heard nothing of tlie robbers and was probably. drugged. Ihero Is no clue. y f. J M n't Jiril l.orne n i J'ectiiror,w1 Lond W t Mhrqull of T no Vagaln ejd a Paper ,ou tho rekonrcps of Uunadu ou tills .occasion before the Ho- ciety'Of ArW 'tended. -His Lordship's addfess'dfiroreiriif .few mutorlal features from tJjQq whlclv he hias already delivered recently at Dinning haw, at the.mobtlugbf1lUio",Ilo'yalColoniaJ Institutd'and at. uiasgow I "VVLSUINQTON. Deo, 'M.ht' Proton Court orifitiulrr YoconvenQdT'W&lrieiday jf.nd Captain Powell and" Captain. Ciuerao concernlng.thd supplementary (n structlons to Lieutenant Gurlltigfon., r Notfclug.ofj inturesr wwi o:eTlo feley9nd fnctHhat TajitaJiiPoweirhatl not seou (he Jumyfuuiluln aii)diig',vtll '(usti'iicttuiui. . 3.lal! "i (" TJ " C . ! CoiiKrrssiuan II nskelt's Funeral. lit LAWnKNCK, Kan., Dec, 20 Tho rpnmliis of Congressman Haskell amvdd tin a special train uccoiqpauiod by tho tlon for.poijgre.ssJ'liey worojecol.ve.d byj the an frleudsaud.cltuejiScJliOjfHiieral eorvices Ul tak ptaco at.iuopiock in tha morning f Coal Ttir Distillers. Cleveland, O., Dec djstlllers of tho Unitixl States are holding a. coiueieuce uoro. auottepre3t.ni are a. is. Barrett, fChlcugoj Fleobei', Npiv Elkfiis, Piriladelphia : J LIbby W'hltei 'St? ImhJ linrrV' Ray,-1 tlqclh'nalf, ) r'liAiilnu IT f'.xilw.H T jViI.iI11. niiuv,yJ , VWWlKWllW'lllu. 'r. .- 1 Oernittii IiioontTiv SS T .Dkrun, Deo. 20. Measures emanating from Prince uisinarck 'we KT fntroducoil in 'th.o i Landtag t the rato:of! one ivTHbihjLoit lijicpjinsiQf jaxfluiftct 007 per annum, three per cent on iiiromos, oi I cuvjyi. V ' M J"1H "JIT'V"; i M n M i" yoiil. . fill incoBies.trom invosimenc i- -. s mm The Glasgow Dynamiter.'!) . t, EDiNtiuno, Deo, 20. In the High Court SSSffgSWW Couut'L,fqr tha defws tatradHeed. Itnony to suow -that eon or the mccusod were Uiero. nt the" time of thd cxplosloii. The couit iidj'ouriied until Friday, m ! ii jCSr. BJtf K 99 tf - 3" iTVALtfAB SE qOTTTATIStlCSl xwotniwl. ileVrlilVMUuV"ofropdYleiI l'nim AH Quarters. Mniti'iiia, Tonn., Dec. 20. Tho cottoc crop report for tho Memphis District, em' bracing West Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Arkansas, and North Alabama, to bo issued to-day .by Hilly Fountalnp.'&.Cp., lWieaylNdtwIthstandlriB thb' 'unriro. cedented largo receipts to date at this point, ijti'ffrJRttjyai f JUy c6fifl AxhUvf provlbb estimatos iiiai tuo yieiumg ot tins . wilh last "year:-" wtll ' x E.r.jrir.".i; snow a necicaso oi iwniT"yjrjjceiw Ourcon,ipondonUJ:oporti plcfcfeg fylrliia illv ... ended, sao in the . boWSms.rwhera . -4. ';. i about ton. per cent of, cotton ytremiHn 'in I tHd" fields, but'lsboing rapidly harvested? and. boforo tho Christmas holidays art ,bo' ,gaorol. ' Tbo .lale'it report r from 'thoso districts indicate a, great . falling ou in f tho receipt nftor (he InsC. Tlio ' docrtased yields will then bocomo apparent. This year's crops havo been marketed more freely than th.aMf 'ftnjpproTlrmsycar? auU the stocks at. saUytowus along thfXinoi Bovcral railroads Jeaijpg iVMeniphrs,and on planGitlonsT'os rep'orled by our fully corroborate tho estimate! hot otoforo given. It is generally belloved $b.ft niorp thap of the cotton raised Svitliln tho districts has been ,Thd yield vof isostlmiteda " ' ' 1 j . lOrooli;i'ndlini Troubles: " ' ' Washinqton, Doc. 'JO. Indian Commis slonor Prico has received a telegram from Agent Tuft, dated Muscogn, Indian Terrl. tory, in which it is stated that tho now Creek Council havo iuadfluratoinSjtarhochT umei oi tno nation, auu mat rerryuian tho present chief, refuses to give way Commissioner Prico saysf in i ex pi ana tiou df i itbw I Bispfttcii! summer! tli6 i tiroeik' titluhla was? Kiln. posed to have; bJefifi tloil liy all faction ftirrceliiK to submit to an election 1 'err v man was suljeequontly reported to hdve 10 ceived a plurality of the votes cast and va decl&redelecteil 0u Sthof .tUjs month ha was inaugurated and the 'agent 'I'eponec that his wo rivals, lspnrhocho andChlivot, bW'biien oleotod delegates 'to riprenidtht Creek Nation at "Washington. Tho reported action of the new Council, the Com misslonor says, puts a tlit mutter and more troublo may grow out ol it." I '! i- K..ttt?, t A' SAD CASE. AlrfbAieVa Il.v6nBlJoUrnVy ilnl Scnioli of ,...!. luor Child. ' New Yonir, Doc. 20. Mme. Loulso Coty, of Marseilles, left tho Tombs Wednesday and went to tho French steamer Labrador, tihe came to this country a few weeks ago In soarchfofrher: child. (Bhejincl ibeon, legally soparatedS from, hcr" husband 'in Franco , tiujd JlieJ tirongh iti 1 icfclld ' hero. On November 7 she mot him on thtf! street arid?,, tried to shoot him. JUdgoTlradloj; suspended sentenco on hFr "agreeing to return 'to Franco. She backhand wosulockedjuR, In tiro TqnilrcjC TfiWoctorslprpnouhced her sffio.ShTfnialirngVeed with" hePJ55iInsel to lcavo for Havre Wednesday, but on reaching tho Labrador refused absolutely to cro on board. Sho was taken back to tho Tombs. Her counsel will move charge on th ground' that. thorAto no legal authority for holding her. Sho Is thirty years of ago. Coiicrenamnn Ilnitkell'a 2'itnernl. Lawrence, Kan., Dec. 20. Tho remains of tho .lato Coiicrossman Haskell wavcti Touinl o'clock from Plvmouth Church. Hov. Wm. Cordley, of Emporia, ofllclated aud delivered" tho scrmom. Dofore tho cortege mo veil to tho church Hon. John A. Kasson . ucuveicu uu uuiuuiu. yksq? Koine Cruttie'it Curiied Chicago. Doc. 20. Tho batrKago and scenery of tho SIcAllster's Variety Company, which has been playlug at tho Criterion Theater for tho past week, was seized at the North westerndepot to secure debU of niembers'QtjfrMw s- coaipany.saiTBy ! were to have apjoared'EinloWafortho en suing month. t,0. t rrrr AccusiTA of Double Murder. Clinton, 15 Dec. 20. The examination is in progreirof Ed EH, coloreduahargtd with murdoR. Night optore )asyjMii, rGeorge, sovaatcn, and her aunt, both . UV U MlUll TW 14AIi (.i,M. mvwv. f. w w . . l".f , . Si ZJ WL .uenco ngamsr&ii is s trough j I :w SlS,00OEfre In the elevator and crist mill of Tyson 'Bro.'s, ataner)y'ib'ui'TursdSy'5iorulhgi in which wai'itbreil 60.000 bushels-of Eraln. Tho bulldlngjUSaclilhery, auu euioo .,- ununy dcst4yed.r Los? about O),000 (n- uirancoon bOifdlng nhd machinery, $lo;000. jUtJinnlni; AVlld. St. PAniR.lO1 C.Dudloy, a t engineer ,; 'd judged ii'isannd Wit fdolUBtfTijig usylum. Ho'had Coeri ilieblrig 'brrlhVllooi for sevoral days, tjmjtfmc around his house. 'HisIrlaUesihAdTiioi sorted him. Atrrariaii Sluider In Ireland. DrmnN, Doc. 20. Patrick Sloylun, who recently returned to Ireland from America and i on&dTncnl'"farn7BTiear"G ill way, from which a teiioivtiluul shot dead yesterday by an unknown assas B,n" . . iSjaWWAjatJl,, 6ecv WvLo: ,woll,.ouce a proinunait luwyer of Chlciigo, .n.1 nl itwi f.mtlv itif. who hfiil fnllpn In Jm poverty through drink, was foutwf frozen, 'dead on tho highway. Whei Jost seon ho wasruriicand staggering1 tdward home," ' t WasIunotqn, Dec, Ex.Gqvfrnor Lowo, of Jowa, is' still sinking) und hi 'itimth U ninnieiitnrilY oxtiected. Ho hat given directions for hlirfunoral andiaiueil( the gentlemen hWBtfyerjjfi yf ncl fiK pallboarers. l' ;cb"nJittoi ofTlm llUer, S PtWflBtJRO,. Dc, 20.' Oil City,2 feetS f (lllingt PnrkeHdntrg,' .2 f cet;0 "In. dies. ' fallineY Brownsville, 6 feet "i Inches, stationary; Hico!nLnditig,tlifeeUJ(i luchi, falling; i'lttsburg, Jl.feet, 3 lnclos, iaiung. . . - v. i j !"?lNWAAMds'DUO.20.Xjairi8sJK. Ify mi ein,' a prominent ucmocrrt, una lor mo icrmi StaUTrettiureri,'wasr'tak9n"itb' tlio Inshn6 OSpjUft.l.j, lllliuu, ntt uuinntivu ii iiiim. ness reverses and dissipation. M'aCIis1I HARD FIGHTING AND HEAVY LOSS. CIiIiicho Still Hotalnli)j;SonioottlieStionK. of the Victory a In the French Chamber of Deputies, ,1, PXnfs, Dee. 20. Just rocolvcd from Hopg Kong statos, hat the French fooops, whlch'Sverelanded se veil miles'frbfr) Sontav ou tho 11th Inst., made an assault 0n"H0trtrIy6n, tho 17Uf. AfteH desperate flirntlne tlni.v succeeded In canturlnir the jwriwjfeil ditposts. Tlio Frunqh trdopf hlid fifteen! AMuursfand i00 men k'ilied and TroUnaid,irhlltf tho Chl(icsp'. Joss, Is imtfat nna wounded. Aiinnrni Courbct, coinmandlng, liaiUUDO nieii, -4,000 eifg'ag'ed Id Iho Jictiontho Vfnmlniin'ir reserve. Tho Chinese, still hold tho fort reus o( Syntny. - f . ' ' V Paws, Dec. 20. In tho French Scnnte Thursday afternoon M. Jules Ferry, announced JhatyliOtGovernment had 'just'rocolved a "dlspatch''fromttho gf jho Frnclftyoops lnffoiiiiuin, stntlnghataftwvere figrtflng'tho French troops had captured Sontay, The announcement was greeted with choors. SI. Forty, in concluding his announcement' of thd capture of Boiitny to tho' jnodo qualifications which Romewhat Ttiodlfy thb impression ' produced ' by1 his first utterances. He said that ho did not K mean jthat ;thq (qwniMtielf bad )celi caps t ft IWlf I 4llA Tah4 nlk 4 wrn liM. ftVhtia CfhVB tutuu, liio rtoiiuii ti uufia liuvili) mun inr only succeeded In occupying outer defenses. Theso defenses, howover, glve'thom the koy to the wholo position, and tholr possession -was. tantamount -to the occupation of th town itself. News of tho success of tho French arms at Sontay was brought to iiong uong jty an ungiisu veijoi. no olllciat: information .ha, roce!d, a ' a bad brit'e' han'ged: Guilford I.onn I'njs the Penalty of a Fearful Crime. . jKinobton, j Nt jOplw i'JO.rtOijilf.ord LoOn, colored, was hanged hci o for , aly assaiUthtgSU:, ElUa, Jones, a highly" esteemwl widow, living in ffeck Township, Lenoir County. On tho evening of May f, hist, Sirs. Jones wa's "olono ' 'in ' flW 9 o'clock Loon came and knocked at the door, and calling x out that ho wassbery son. 5"?t J "Onus uenuveii 'mm ana' iv; once opened the door, Tho villain seized her at pinoeyNid mistreated her 'so brutally" Ithal Mie 4oon; (uecamei unc6nsciouCi Jlloi remained in the house all night continuing his diabolical! work,.andl just before- daylight lib attacked hor with a dlik'k'nifo. Hl.e had sufficient strength to break away, escape through a window to a .hcihlJor's, where tho alarm was given, j Loorftl'scaiied and was not captuicd for n month1 Tlusn'there were several Inetrectun attempts to lynch him Loon iwas tho sjoii; of Hen. Loon, who- murdered tils' master during the'rar and who was'shotbyUrrton soldiers touonw .ofhUmlsdoeds. -Thorn was qultffaicrow d in.town.'hut tne"execu' tioii'WusirivaUi A RUMOR DENIED. l'erry llclinont nud the Forolen A (Tali-. " V '"Vs aConililUtqr. WASiHNGTONh -Dec. 20? It was recently published that ex-Governor Curtiu (i'enii.,) and General Eaton, (Conn.,) hat asserted that they would not servo- as mei bers of the Committee on Foreign Aflnir in tho event of tho selection of lion. Pern Belmout as yimijuinn. Both of theso.geirf 'ltiunicn, tvjhiif approached on' the Jsfibjeca ueiued very einpiiaiicaiiyinai, iney nai made ttso of uuy such remark or unythinji that could bo construed to moan what wa reported. Said ex-Governor Curtiu, wh'i spoken to respecting tho matter: "1 di. Statement had beei Mil)lftheil?anrt'IthanfcMnf for cnlling ni) i T.. ; 1 uf teiltlo'n!6lt'.TirerF is tio mini in i wlia lover." Funlo at a Funeral. JIiLWAUKKK, Wis., Dec. 20. At Trlnce .ton , W0,iuen)Lwuinf n and childr . mJtheiihurclilfijSind tho funmal o All's, wcintyre. vs oq poopio nroso u their rfe0t'"In.?rtSDOiisa.'ld a feature of tin sjirvlcos, the floorgavo way. ' A5panic cu '.sued. 'Th people wore dumped Into tin cellar in a heap., Tlie broken furiinc, poured fortli " Volumes of smoke, uddliu terror to ihot s"cehe. The JldoPhad glvei 1Vay.Bl Ut.Allk'.iO vc. iwewpilfla.fK.w iej Kna'iDcncucsiniuscrimiii jwasi uangorou3iy nun, iJthouelitiwinra ) iTsrel ndinf ullyl crushod mjiit ;!.e.b:.!!; ,fcWett.jWl.rUUMKMemi.u BUuo lui.nu, tervives prpceeded. W n .. .- rj . it. " d I'oUoned on l'grkjKv "Dkoatub. iAla... . Ded. old and - .lown man njined QewgJ Gibson, "vlng near thb pfrice, was taWiudOonly wlfo stepped'across' to a neighbors to pro- , cure h$lpijfoo .tboj teht -and Ilo thei e , wasUtricltwi'Tdbwa' inrihe saine auddeh and ' violnit mn5trathBdbJcn her husband u shoft time beforo. She was carried home, tyMr49$f&M attHtwp'ef physicians and frleiTds she'dfeaAlttle later on a colored woman, a near neighbor to Gibson, was at tacked lu tho samo maimer, and her life was despaired of. Thoy had been eullug pork. Shout luuAffrnj. ,. ,. . Looan, O., Dec 20. John Prindable, ot Lancaster, Ohio, audSIark Dew, of vllle, engaged.iniagama of j ioolf juA an 'Horn's sittoonf'Justwfietf' the" 'beer had been up on the gamo a woman nametl Uaggio Kriuon, that had accompanied Dew to the saloon, daUOd 'ou Dew to shoot tho jbon of a , whoreupon J)ew Jlrwl, times with a pistol, one shot taking effect in Prlnduble's leftrbrtast, mulcting u very daiigormisvound Pew wa jaled. , Fatnl Affrays In Florida. Oca'l'a, Flo. fcco. ' 'Couptr; .Chief Engineer of tho Florida Southern JHallroad, had a'quarrel "with' a' contractor .named Burchflold, at Leosbiirg.jiiid.the latter stabbed Coupor fatally. Eighteeim intles Ocala, 'farmors nnuied Jlawls nd Helvinstin quarreled, about soiuillibgi aDdUho'forBior hle'withtfsidelbf tho latter's head off with a shutguu, killing Jiim' instantly ' ' " I ' j Columoia, S. C, Doc. 20, John boy about fourteen years 6t' ago, deliberately shot and killed a negro girl; Hachael Dahtzler, about terf years Of Ego. fiye or Klx miles I rpm this cty, while their parents were at--church, Sho was standing in the yard bud rof used to leave A FAMILY SUFFOCATED. A Tarrlble Affair Occur In Cleveland, Ohio. Cmcvklaxd, Deo. 20. Henry Hagedom, well-to-do German, living ou Brighton street, this city, with his wife and three children, occupied a small bed room adjoining a sitting room in which was a base burner stove with a damper in the pipe. Wednesday morning his sister-in-law, who lives next door, noticed that tho family did not rise, and alarmed the neighbors, who burst open the door. On entering they found the wife and a girl of nine years suffocated by the gas from the stove, and quite dead. The father, a boy of four, and a balm of nun year, were unconscious, but afterwards revived. A physician had warned tho family the day before of tho danger that might 1 nrlso from gas generated by tha damper, but thoy did not heed his caution. At an inquest held in tho afternoon on the two bodies, the Coroner's Jury returned n verdict of "Death caused by tholr own carelessness." Meeting of Colored Men, Cincinnati, Dec. 20. The colored citizens of Cincinnati and Hamilton County held an immense mass meeting at Union Chapel, nearly 1,000 persons being present. Speeches were nmdo by Hon. Judge Chas. D. Horner, He v. T, A. Thompson, Geo. Comley, Col. S. A. Whitfield, Mrvyor McDowell and other promitien speakers. Resolutions were passed condemning tho recent brutal murder of colored men in Danville, Va., on of .November last, protecting against the most lleiidlxh attempt to disfranchise thd entire colored voto of the country, and to strangle tho entire voto of tho Northern States. Permanent organization was then formed mid delegates elected to the State Conven-of Colored men, to be Leld In Columbus ou the 2(ilh proximo. Cut In rnasenger Itntes. l'niCAiio,"iloc. 20. Another redurtlon In passenger rates was mailo by the trunk lines from New York to the Northwest of tho Chit ago and Northwestern, The Wabash, and the Missouri Pacific railroads. Tlio i eduction amoimUi to about two dollar and Is fully met by the western lines through tho scalpers. Scalpers-tickets are .selling at I8.&0 for first class to Omaha, and at a con espondlng reduction to othei points. This arrangement makes a tot reduction from tariff rates by the pom roads of four dollars on tlrst clasaand three lollai s ou second class tickets to Kansas City, Atchison, St. Joseph, and Omaha. It Isassoited by some that the light will continue until rates west froifi .New York will suffer a still further reduction. Connect lent Aerlriiltnrnllsts, Watkubuky, Conn., Dec. 20. The Stata liiuird of Agriculture opened Wednesday, mil, despito the snow storm, there was a large attendance. Governor Wnller, the I'tesident, wns unable to bo present. II. I. Agar, of tho Board, delivered an ad-Ires ujion "Poach Exirience," and showed in ingenious fruit thief alarm. In tlio iftemoon essioti JH. ilalespok on "Tho manner's Fruit Garden." asserting that hei e is now no reuson why every family should not have fruit on the table instead ol cake and pastry. The New Jersey Horticultural Society was represented by Mr. Williams, President Among the news apurs represented were the New England armor. Connecticut Farmer, and New Haven Palladium. The New Niagara Tlrldcn. LocKfORT, N. Y., Deo. 20. To-day will lie opened tho now Cantilevor bridge over the Niagara IHyer. Over 2,0(10 invitations linve boeif Isiued, Special trains are to run from "New York, Chicago aud Buffalo. After the bridge has been tested by the weight of over 2,000 tons on the center, two excursion trains of palace cars will be runon the bridge and photographed, after which a banquet will cIono the ceremonies. . j ii i Tio County Mayo Conspirators, CORK, Dec. 20. The police are closely watching Nally and othors, suspected of having attempted to tamper with Crown witnesses at the trial of the County Mayo conspirators. Thus far their efforts to reach them have failed. The Attorney General has them guarded. Tjik President on Wednesday sent tli following 'additional nominations to tin Senate: Win. A. Hobbs, of Minn., Hetvlvei of Public Moneys at Taylor's Falls, Minn Nathaniel Clark, of Mlob., Register o. Land Office at Heed City, Mich; Join Tulfts, of Iowa, Agent for Indian 4'uloii Agency in the Indian Territory. Andrew Carnis, proprietor of a saloon at the eolith east corner of Front hik) Huntington streets, Philadelphia, diet AVednesday receiveo in tlio hands of Aug, Fetzold, 'a carpet weaver, who is locked- itf for pausing John Smith has also beou arreste as an accessory to the crime. Petrold is just twenty -one years of age and Smith ii twenty-two. f j i .i i ' Colored Men In Council, AVashinoton, Dec 20. The Executive Committee .appointed at tho colored convention held in Louisville lastr September, met hue AVednesday. Colonel AV. A. Pledire, of Atlatita, Ua.v called the meeting rto ordor Ad-wont on to. say, that thoy hail mot to. discuss 'measures' of vital lraimrt anco to Ills race, such as national aid for educational purposes and ; the recont.. decision of the .Supreme Court iu the civil rights cases. Committees were appointed to memorialize Coiigrcssoii these subjects, as well as ou the subject of. the Freedjnan's Bunk. Fred. Douglass, iu the course of some remarks, suggested a unanimous of the. opinion of Justice Harlan. Ho also said it would bo well to hold . National Convention just prior to those of 'tho two great parties. Bold Highway1 Robbery. Chicago, Dec, 20, George E. Davis, a gentleman living In tlie suburbs of the olty, was going home late AVednesday night, and, while crossing a vacant lot near his residence, suddenly Jieardisome one behind. JIo turned and wasishot through the body by a foot pad, who, after robbing bis. unconscious victim of (250 and a gold watch aud chain, escaped. Sir Davis may re f cover. Sarnlt, Itarnhardt Uses a Horsewhip. Paris, Dec, 20. Sarah Bornliardt this I evening horsewhipped Marc Colombier iu revenge for tho latter s satire punjisueu last week entitled "Sarah Baruuin," It probable that the affair will become matter for the consideration of the law FIFTY ANOTHER GREAT OCEAN DISASTER. ti.m Steamer St. Aususttn Hums In tha liny of Illscny nud Fasstns;ere and Crew Take to the Tlonti. London, Dec. 20. The steafner St. AiigiiHtiu, from Manilla, for Liverpool, burned Sunday last In -the Bay of Biscay. The asseiigers, and crew, numbering eighty souls, took to the (our boats be-longing to the vessel and succeeded in leaving the burning steamer Without liitslmp, SeVeral hours afterward one of the boats reached an English brig and its occupants were taken ou board. Tha second boat after th crow had rowed some distance from the burning steamer was seen to turn lu that direction. The fate of those in that boat is not known Those In the third boat soon nftor launching parted coinpany with the others and were-shortly lost sight of, What becauio of her is not known. The fourth boat, containing fourteen of th crew fell In with a. passing vessel and Hi occupants were taken on board aud landed at Dartsmouth Wednesday morning. It ii believed that fifty persons perished by ths disaster, HITTING THE LION HARD. A Meeting In WnsliliiKlmi on the O'Don. licit Citse. Wahiiinoton, Dec. 20. Ford's Opera House Was crowded AVednesday night by an enthusiastic uud demonstrative audience assembled in to a call for a mass meeting to concerning tlie execution of O'Douuell. The' Hon, Richelieu ltobinsou announced tha object of the meeting to bo for the American people to express their sentiments on the latest judicial murder of an Irish patriot by the British Government. He denounced Minister Lowell as the -dude oct and English Lord who iiiisrepressnts tills country at the Court of St,, James, -and expressed his conviction that Lowell will soon be recalled. Kepreseutatlve Calkins, of Indiana, was tho socoud speaker and was followed by Congressman Finnerty, who denounced tho weakness of the State Department and tho Prosldont in allowing O'Douuell to bo executed, and wanted Speaker Carlisle against putting at th head ot tho Foreign Affairs Committee a mail who was known to bo in sympathy with England. Congressman Belford, of I'oliiriulu. was the last speaker and said' that .ii his young State n jury would O'Donnell without leaving the box. V set ies of resolutions, announcing that in h tutur only force can-compel England o do justice to Ireland, were adopted'&mid ippiauso. CONDENSED NEWS. It is understood that Speaker CarlliU wl not announce tha committees iuptl. Monday next Tint tindnn Times states its belief that tho English troops in Egypt will not be reinforced Ghhorn, tlie Des Moines wife murderer, was sentenced Wednesday to life imprisonment. Tiik precaution td securo Mr. Gladstone's safety are unrelaxod. The prisoner is nover for a moment unguarded. In the Hou-o on AVednesday Mr. Deustei (AVIs. preented a "petition with 7,059 signatures asking the payment of ponslons U all soldiers of the late war. Tiik Crown Prince Frederick 'William had another conference with Signor Minister of Foreign Affairs, after the review of the troops. The annual meeting of the Bostdn Bas Ball Association Wa" held AVednesday The election of officers 'resulted in th choice of the old board. Tub Senate In executive'sesston Wednesday conllrnied the nomination, of Walter Evans to be Commissioner of Internal Revenue, nnd ot Richard Glbbs, Minister to Bolivia. Booth, who was convicted'of burglary nt Sterling, 111., and. sentenced to one year in the penitentiary, whije. Jying in, the county jail, committed suicide last night by hanging himself with a bed cord. Thk Governor of Rhode Island 'offers a reward of l,00 for" the apprehension ol the murderer of Fiancis J. Farmouter, who was clulnVd to death in his barn a week ago Saturday night. Hkes Irwin, a sheep farmer, quarreled with Constable Irvlngton who arrested him. As the men courtroom; in Austin,- Texas, Irwin drew bis revolver and shot Irvlngton, dead, It is reported in Dublin, Ireland, that the body of Arthur Herbert, whp was shot on Castle Ireland early in 18&J, has been stolen from the vault in which it. wat placed at Arderone. At the Cork Assizes AVednesday the trial of the seven Invlnciblos, charged with conspiring to murder landlords in- Count; Mayo, was continued, Tha defense de-Toted Its efforts mainly to establish alibis. Colonel Cecil Clay, of AVest VIrglnifj has been appointed Chief Clerk of the Department of Justice" td succeed Mr. Jamei R. Young, who resigned to take 'the positiou of Executive Clerk of the Senate. The Commissioner of Internal Rdvenu has issued a circular, directing collectors tu receive nq returns of the alleged circulation of obligations payable In merchandise until further orders from the office. Funeral services over tha (remains ol Professor Sophocles, late University of (J reek at Harvard, were hil. Wednesday afternoon in Apploton Chapel, llov. Dr. Poabody officiated. The high school building in District No. 'One at Eau Clair bumed at noon AVednrs day. The loss is $10,000- and the insurance $S,000. The building- was nearly new, and was ono of the finest edifices on tbetNoriL Side. La PiiEfcflK, a Paris newspaper, yasser It-that Information has beeaTecived''froif Tonquinof the desertion, pf.&tay HJ" f h Chinese' and the occupation bj the French forces. Thisstatementis generally discredited. The llepubllque Francaise, bas.n prial on the relations' of England' tnd. It expresses the Belief, 'that 'jrqmi uo In Ireland would, lead, to tween England and AmeriesT'mBd possibly between, Europe and America. was a great destruction at Fort Collins, Cal.,'by a cycloiM tSlnny pespn, were darJgerp.usiy bhf,.atni' ton liouses were blown dowru Two of will die, and much damage" wtr done to farm houses in the surrbuiidllly country. -i