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VOL. 3 NO. 26Va. HI t ' . -.' I' MAYSVILLKgppjpiBMBER 22, 1883. PRICE ONECEfrtV
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Tuesday alter ? eond JUdu rtHIf
April, July nhifne'iyioriii iff' .!
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Tuesday niter 'second.-Monday In'l.Mnrohi
Juiiu,.so)iinbr ami fivcemibor In feuohyonr.
Jliitf iMtriitn Courl.i.. ., , .
Maysvllto, No. I. Wesley VicroyuHilJ.Li
Ur.uii, first una tlilul l'ueU.iyn lnr
JUIIU,9ttlIUIIllMirilUll L)tHfllMIV
MiiyHvil.u, So. -M F. Miir;)innd. Jihuuh
CluiiiibuiltUii iiMtnliiy uuil
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Dover, So. uml a .F.
Douyii., ta'st unt l.lilril VVAiiuomlny, .miHu
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Mtiiurvu, Mo. I -p. N. unil J. Al,
Ilyiir tjl uiU tlilul 'lubMiityg, . tmiao
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Uunni Kown.No. -,-i. A, wojthv'iiil nnil
Jit.. 1. II. Aluiiuuii firm, and llilld SiiWiiduVrf,
HIllUUlllOllllM. ,J
an rills, Su. 0-J. M. tlilland J,.Il,(lrlg!tby
Huuoiidund lourtli .uIiiiUiivm, hitine monttis.
AluytilloU, iNo. 7-1,. W. Wllllaii1sandJ.lli.
Ibtyinom), Hocaiivl itnU lourtli Kildnyo, suiufc
inouthH
lNburu.
tHiiuo U .McllValui) sccoid ani foUCIIliflHirs
ilnyw, saiin iiiuiiik.
Uim.Ki'litU'H!, to. u WU.UiiiyolliriiU'iWn
furrow ru.il omiinliiy mid ' ajitliijday,umfi
montllH. , , . .,
Witshliiuton, Nf: TTrid
Tlioniuo UuwiilUKi'otiiiliTuewlA'Hnil'thlrU
WtHiutwiuy, iiii. nivuilinj . l. 1. i (
Muriili'iVIIU, Mo. II L,ewli JudM'o "uu,
Joint u.. Wtilm iburtu Momlfty nud lliltd
i'liurnilay, daitio nwinflW. " ' '
Kuril lA'iif, No. h.. iliiftln and J. B.
iiurtsuHs, Hucoud mid fourth Baturdnys, B.imt
mouths. ' ' ' 'A .0 it .n
VoUMtlllllCN. i 4
.Maysvllle, No. 10. Ij. t)uvson
.Muysriilu, No. "J-W. It. Mom II
Ilnvnr. Nil HIV. II. !n l lllim.
M Iner va , N o. i V litlm i il ,!?m!urtl,3
Uonilaillon," Nli. JriaaO ' iMrwwi;
Hurdlt. No
MuynticK, No. 7 TnoniHS"Mnrplyj
LajwiHuuitr, iso.n ti M. oirimo
Oranitolain.'. No. !)-" Tliomm HI.!
WasliUiaton, .. O.Uogsl
AiurunyHViiiu, no, u v.
Forn l...nf No. WVWfftJii: -
Society
lniiHiljiinn I ju'lim K!r . AO rlmliHlnnHittf ntl
eacliinoiiili. ' '. i 1T j
Maoou J.odse, No. 312, third Monday of OftBU1
mouth. i
V(....u.ll... ill. ........ K).. II bK...ll lLln..l..t A.
inuj.viiji'i vii'mj , ftt'. p,pviruu ivfuiinjMj
I'UUII JIIUIII1I,
MuyHvlliu Colnmaiulery; 'iditrlU
llouuay oi caeUiuonlli,
i.o.o.r.
I'lhah Kiieaiiiilmciit, No. I), second" nuo
lounii Mo'iduyn In each mouths at 7 o'clock.
DeKulb l.oilgc, No, IV, Tumday.ulut,,w.i&ii
wtolc,ul J I'uliiok,
Hlngtjoli., No. 27, WeiliieMduy ulylit, each,
week, at 7 o'clock. ,
It ol;i III oT Honor.
The nmt iiiui iu...l of each month,
Lodge room on mitiou utreri.
li. ol 1.
Llmestiiu lAMlgo, No. 3d,' WMay nlaht o(
each wee!..
1. 1. W. 31.
WedneNUiiy night ouch week.at tliolrliiillon
Beooiid slreul.
Aoilnllly It. V.M.
riecond anil fourdiSundayH In Oncli inoulli,
at their hall on LliiKwiiuie Htreet.
I'lllicr .Uitllirtv T. A. W,
First Himday in each month, at their hall on'
LlmcMtoiii struct. . '
.HI. l'al licit 's Hdievoli'iil Noclciy.1
Hcoonil In cncli mouth, at their Hall
uu iiiiuuAiJiiuNiieei.
ClKiir Hnkor'ViWitu.. ,
KlrHt Tiuwday iiIkIiI In muh luonth,
1. U.4I.T.
i-i
Monday night ol eacli week,
3InlU.
K. C. It. It., arrives ut;ui) a. rn. and 8:15 p.
in. UepaiiHUt bUJ a. m, and 12 4u p. in.
lioNANZA. dliWII Miiliilav. WediiMoliiv anil
Fridays in 0 p. in.- Up TuuMlay ,T hurdayjuui
riaturduy ntn p. in. - y
SSvI i
The Iloanl 6l UotftTclIiflutfho rfrHi'Thnrs
duy eveultiu In each month. '
Jiayor iioruce Jaiiuaryf v "
ai4!
rresiuant iir.joim.r. I'jiisti). j 'Vffi
First WiudKl"d. Uuuilel. A. A. Wads.
worth, lloboit Frost, ,. ,
Becoud , .iiuUi.U.W. Martin, lliomaif'JJ
ChenowL'tii, J M, Sitckioii. --B f S m
Tiilrd f.iarce. nhv.FUrl'traljT
David Heclmmqr.' i . , ?T,w j
Fourth Waid Dr. J. Ill PIiNiiif.1i. a wi.
i c....i ........;. ,r ...... .: .-'. :
tiu uiuiu.iuilll l ..kiUA.lllUll. ... WCS1
Fifth Ward-. Win. II. MuUiewSSuhiM Hull?
Edwuni Aiyull. .. Sk i i
Troustiiur und Uollector R. K. I'eaiva.x
C .'I'avlor.tk ' S Bft.'.'V
Marshal Jiinipjllwlinoiul ra yb
Deputies, &$?"$!
&&.
Wood nnil Uoul ).,ii.V
Cliy
Kooperof Alms "
.iDealer; In: ' . i
GROCERIES,
Pineapple Hams. Home-made feast Cakes.
. J0 A .
muy.'XM ly WnW D HTltKET.i
A 31 us .v M ft t".t iTittT iVJ i;.n mm am.
(HncctwHim to fliomns JnokKon,)
Livery, Sale andEeociStablos;
Htreot ilark'hiiiers promptly atloiiuell lo at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Hones bought and sold on Commission. Mar.
ttuioi. lunruoiirs oeiiw ueiurai itoiel alsi;
N ii.nlAXKii.ClrT )' 1A
A.
BAKU1H AND OONEBOTIONHR i
Ico cream narlnrsopon for tho ft.iHOn.
puro aiulli'S. Fmsh bread of all
kinds. Furnishing, vvoddlmw nud parties a,
specialty. Frlces'low. ' may4dly
1 m
ii. n. riMrrnr. i
Du.t. Um
mi tv
rrv : t" n r IK3d? t
Willdevnlii UW whbUatliiieSVoHth'(i! Sresernt?1;
iiou m uw naiuiui ineiii. ur. u, w. waralo
will take thaiuo ol all the- mechanical work,
such us wild, Hilver,contltuipqi(;um, celluloid
anu runiuir piaies. inrn'l WIy
T fl.KMIKO. w I
JOHN z ,
INSURANCE AGENC
Itoprowinlw the Lomlmi arid' MvcriioofAiid
Olobe. Oermiin American, of New. iiirkjiaud,
I'hoiilx, uf Hiooklyn, Alo aielU. lorlllue
i.lck Water. Olllce corner ol Front nnd Hot'
toiiHireetw. , .apiu.nyj
C H. Ol.OIIASlT .V im ff.IUI ,
PLUMBER,.
Kanltary Kiilneer. Oas
Dealer In plumbed LoodsTiunp, llofio,
Bower Lead and Iron I'lnlng. Hleare
and NVater (Jaimes, Ni. H went euond street,
oppoHltuUwUtils tfioctiiy, .
apmily MA.YBV1LJJB,
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treaty is voidable1 its
lfiiiitP mul.in.tn Mm
V
WASHINQHON SOANDAJf
Jff9tjOliE5ATORIXg BRlfefen
Qonernl RBd i Number of Of hcrl
; 8fa to bo IiripilelWil.ih a. lat
Mt flomo Jntaritlng
4 . llerljifrrtBH.
wasiuhoto.v, Doo. tflL Seetor Yan,(
Wvck'B resolution culUncr on BocrtftrV
leuer for papr conceniiag tuo Toxas
l&udErr&nL .andthawclAim of the
QouOkMnlPclfl4i(?rtpvlis ftdopted'yaStorV
any, but the Hocretnry yvpa fwy, and the
"papers rftchod tlio fena(a about -1 p. m.
Probably IfiitalU' 'and Van Wyck knew
what Important papers woro amcyicrheni,
as tho formor callod out "Let them pf
Pilnteltl'vliilo tha;lattOH'.Iinrstoa (hat
thoy were voluinlixotis, anil, perjiaps.ajl iU
i tTTriP" .T V..l'w."i iti?. .....n. i
. viyV:, rv" "L"A"-Zi" j" ."?Ji? x;v
isica, nnu, no ono iiisscmmg, it was eo
ordered,- Amonir th paper lin letter fr6rrl
J. J, Jewell, a obbl dotalls bti
nnegea uriuery to procuro mo pnssago oi
tlin lllll. nnrl lfilllllj.nl (Ml.' l.T."MnnH1r"MrJ
Donald, of Arkansas. Kelloce. of
ana. and so vera! bthort.
I UtftisMlVMiMOrltr was tiralp'roraoterroti
thoBoutheVnWelfloLllland'ftaclennr
qulrlosabout tho fcOTt of Rotting-It IbrouBli.'
Nfcwbll njiysi "GoneraV T. W. lco called
on AloUouald, aud Colonol Qlddings railed
oa kollogg, and the Senators stated thoy
would tako hold Khd "assist 1irnafelnir tho
bill, in consideration of :20.000. to bo naJd
, them iii'llrstf njorfgRgd' lrtnri; grant liorjUo,
. . . ,
.i ai.nrui - ". T T. r i
aim hu,iaa in ami), 10 uu paid lino me
haudajpf cwtajn. .partici IWU thSy UquliL
narnoho1irair'53ir tlfo paWjjo othe tiltf
throuidi tlm Bcuuto, mid when it
, beeaiiio a law, " v
"lUce aim Mrs. Fremont wont (to Now
York, mortjraeod her real estate thero for
M'JO.IXX), and tho entry "JunelsT
t rcuiont and E, W. Morton have returnod.
Tfie! itidnbyusi'Keori'placeil'.ln.thiian1i ol
T... JJT. IUco. ,and J. 1). Petrces thN day
$W,P90 Instead of $110,000; securities being
put up in plac of the rest,'
"Iti J"iiiiijary7187l, tlifcro 'was
rofiulrlng a large nmount of" ifiouej' (o
got tho bill !hroU5fctUy.U2Uj. ,J.V
sons, the agent of Freiiioiit. .went to.fiow
TorJf, SSfti Sjin tract" "WW xLO,
uoberfsTl'arsons acrreolnz to nass the bill
through UiotHouso niftl put ltobcrta 'nt the
headoCttliQorganhatioji.JfttrsousHtoJiavfl
i,rr'" rTX fljf mortkaee. . . bonds - to, ilistrl. -
'MUI.
Tho rest of Ncwoll's material purpqrtsto
show transactions thf vrexns 'f VitiXllhj
"boolcs, showingthopnoiqiif :oJ rpiyr twenty
Coiigressinon paftrfo""r.lIelping tho bill.
villaib f?ffw l.,t?t y?', i.
CLAYTON-BULWER -i FUSS,
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Recrotnry Frellnehuyn Is PonAtirolislj1
r.niRrtliy Nothlilp.
Wnt,faT0iDcc. 21, TJip. oflloliil
respojidunco between
f sen und Lord Qranville On the subject of
tho treaty and its bearing
on.tho Joint control byGreat Dr'itafa
and tho United Spates of all, means "of '
isthmus transit, has just boon mado public,
TharposlUon'ftfiGreatlBrnalu au'd ""tholXtlf
tudbrirtho'lTiJilod Stales-oh tliti' question
aru,slipwn in tlio following extracts from
Mr, .Frolinghuysen's dispatch to Jlinister
Lowell, 'coiiCluditljr tho' discussion.
Urulpr ditai.'bf JJToVeiriber 23, 1883,.
ho says: "You will obrvo that
Lord Uranvlllo that Mr;
JIUVSCIl still contends (lint tlm Clnvlnrrt.
fcDul wer tmityi.ls'ordnBlKBri.'lwotgrbundM,
nrsi, uecauso tho llrst sovcnartlclos of the
treaty related ti a particular canal by tho,
Nicaraugua rules only, and, secondly, be
.Causo Great Britain has at thd present "day
a colony Instead of a settlement at Belize'
should Tjo
theact lliift thtf 'G&voriimeiil not oiily
holds the position lo which ho has referred,
but also holds, as stated to you iu'my
of May 8, J8S3, and May.' 6
iosj, mau iria 'purposo of obtain'
mg tuo capital, S,w? , 9."-:
truct an canal by tho,
Nicaraugua route Unitoil States
wpro willing tp kurrender j., p4Jfc,of theJrJj.
exci ,, uaiyo , 'pnvi.ek'uB.in . uaonHi.DV .
-, .4f ' l.BK. ill .n
rou also willing' td' ncreo that
by .subsequent treaty btipulation, they
would join Great Britain In the nrotection
of th6thon proposoil Tehuawtopec, Panama v
or other communication, and
baying failed, tho
to1 :lHe,:Nieafiiguan
nt)l.lft!Ylllt.ta . r . 9
Lord Granville raises tho nolnt that no
Clitno was fixed bv tho convention within
gfrbicbsu'ch' communications I
wero to be made. vYhUo'thti rfctatcracnt'ls.i
,corroct, It is also true that. it .was
ftfpntemplnTcili that Alie3 tniial'as 5 'about
Xfy bo r constf ucted. at tho tlrno the
treaty was iiegoi,tawuKapa uiat tuo survey
SwaH.tlien umdo ancMliat thirty-three years
'have olapsed without Great Brltian rendering
tho consideration on wh!ch,tho Atreaty
was baswl, and this failure, wo think, aft
fects tho treaty In thotarrtoTrhannerf tliat a
fllllirA nnitlloini.t. nf.riraAt rirlHnii t hIva
fy) the aikflilate tlmo,
iiAuuejoeou uxeu coaruutton
,
tobxervo thati Lord' OranvI)lesoys in
conclusltjrAv'Hha; a prolongation . pf
this "discussion Is not likely to lead'
to any practical ysul$.,., apdalso
says that Great Britian has largo colonial,
possessions 'and; great
which rfnder any means, ot
(lyiu iHjmi access, irom .tuo Atlantic; to tno
Pacific a matter of tho greatest Importance'
til Great'Brltaiin "In the conclusion of thli
discusslou von mav sav to- Iord firanviUiH
..... - "... ..t -". - - - --
mat this Uovernment fully apjireuiates tho
iiuijui lunuu iu uirat uriiain oi an I
structedrwidirMldyaccMWfrQBr tet t
;oeean, and has no disposition, as stated in
my Instruction tb you of May 8: 1883: to
Britnu in tho, Qiijoymenj pf
such an access, and that this novirnmnnt
believes that tho two nations. will ju,diu4
Mllliu iracu u MlllBllttluiy BOIUllOll Ul UIU
questions mat uaveuoen xoBSMHreu in this
porrespoudencq. u ... fc v i .
7 llateLMuu Killed
CniCAOO,. DeKX.
killed lB.uiaastoner, railroad accident;
iletor of JhOiItlchmonil.l
and Bklnnsr Uotols in this city; and of tlte'l
Hquwiii Jill wan kee. He was
no of tho best known hotel men in tho
t
4 Drexel, ftiul Morgan Ilony It.. -- .
Nw York, DeO; 91.-Messrn: Droxel.and
... . . .
J T l.' ' -. I. - li
iorgan -positively asny ever having en-
iu a movement to "bcsr'VNortbernyl
LI. ged 111 SISJ tlllCII U ldU Ul'Sl BI A.1 111 1. 141 1
X'aclllcstook.as alleged by "formor onloials," J
of unreal-. f'".'
Ex.qoTBjuor Lotto's Ooudlttou, . ,,J
VrjumwtQN, Doo. ahAt last accouHlit J
Low)f Jowa, was still
baihta'deatU'liloikcd'fof hourly. '
ii.
mm !!
Buffalo, N. Y Deo. 31. A special to
tho Evening Nows fronrSUHpenfilon Bridgtr.
says: A largo crowd jhrqugod tho rail,
road sufpPBsioh briiige Bn'd' OTery Silnnp,
from whfcli tho tesf6f tlio ''Canlilevbr
bildKo ejiuld bo seen,- at Sh early hour
Thuifclay mornihg.l,'iranyrJf thoTihlt4d
gucjto walked, over tho bridgo and,,
iK At noon tho' structuro wus cii
tjrely.cfeared of peojilo, juhI, at 1HS p.0iji.,
Ii;i)8loor)BoJon'bigar. .tiiklugjolelsi rjooif
orterwards ho gave BiBiim,. ur ill.
ciilefSErlgihMr: ,t the "lS
doublo jtrain. JVlth , sihokq .pulling,
f rum twonty.Biuoko stacks iind
ihg' frfinr sa'fety Valves, tho Ifjcoinotivo
puKerTbu to tho bridgo. About evory ilf
techcct tho train stopiicd and observa
tionaiVbroT jnado.Ui liato.tbd elfeot. Tho?
frcqueritst6)s niado tho' progress- the
train very slow, and it was not until exactly;
ohd o'clock that tho forward englno
reached jtlio Apericnn sldo.r Tho wLole
t'rgoXturayo'Jvas.dt that tlnfoi "c6inpletelyj
covered with engines aud loaded gravel
ciwsThero were twenty locomotives in
tlio train, eight of which were bunchod Jn
tlm coiitec vund the, pthera sepuratotl !by
tho grayol ' caist 'Just ' at
when, tho'"' englno stopped ? on
of EnfeIhoi7,
blow a salutoonhls whlstlo. JIo had run
hlsilocoinotivoon :to- the! old,'iusi)onslon
bridge .'anil 'watch'ed ,tlio 4esf -from Uliht
structuro. Thoro was a great chorus of
shrJlh'Twhlitlcs, big clouds pf white fcteam
rgs Cirorttlib1 bridge, tlmrsnow VynWnlling
lightly, and tho slght was graud. v -
fTliOsi &1 In every, way satlsfadtory to
tha builders aud tlm engluogrn. llui result
caUnot", Jiowevorlyot begivoii.' .Thero
werojiojornial ceremonies, ami. there will
one.
Oi? RljlRqApiW.RAVGl 4 v.
r.teltlltK I.aw, SulL Now fa TrogrJMii .Iu
OG 'K CUvefaiid.
Clbvbland, O,, Dec. ai. McIIenry, tho
London railwaytnu'gifatofostlfljed thhU
now famous rallway'stjlt UjajS hegurdexl
tho management of Tho Eric- "RSllway'veVy
Being cross-examined, ho saldi
"I raised moiioy .for thojiumhaso of. tlw;
Clevelaftd1, Colhmtms', 'Clnclmlal
road: jW.0.'X).tXXr Atlantic and
tGraitAVesterrUexteiiHlon ' bonds, indorsed
byjtUOEr(p, were,, to have .been issued to
nuLvilth C.j C, C. aud J'. '
stocks, Lbegan operations, but, for somo
mysferloTiisToaioil, tho bonds'fiii led to, reach
mo imlilfate. I'liad received only JEi'0,(X)0
in C. O. C. & I. stock, which I exchanged,
for bonds, turning them over to A. & ti.
V, trustees,whenL suddenly, Erie repu;
dlated the gtiarnntoe of tho bonds and'tlie'
schemo fell thFoireh"." "
McFarland . win pressing McIIcnry,
who'n 1'oWloV, Iho latter's lawyer, objected
so -warmly that "McFarland askod if hf
wanted to rnako a disturbance. Fowler replied
ho would as soon havo a fuss as not,
whereupon McFarland, said ho wjslied to
have no words witli a black guard.
IirnnsweKto,' an interview wlthjlugh J.
JoivS51f thaJjewYorklTrJIbuijQpf niiUrai'
day inorhlng, in which Jowett gives his
side, of the litigation iu bis suit against Mc-
Henry,, and, states that the later, iu giving
his testimony, U afruld to swear'to it, Mc
SSrii .''you4Jd verify all his stutoj
neutsjinuwhyprvotoewoltjlioineatit..
business. The atire tpartylleaVp for New
York City K?dayarld wniVfewlays late?
leave for Florida,
Tlio. Ilutelt -I)UI 81 ill Hmdnir Kir
pliant.
was present during a debate. A disturbance
occurred in tho galleries nnd tho
prompt action of tho polico alono prevented
a repetition of tho scouo which occurred
earlier in tho day, when Socialistic
wero thrown IntOthohdll,"wlth'iiTler
for Overdonk.
I.ettc.r Carriers HoUUIuk ilia Mall.
Baltimouk, Mil,, Deo. Ul. Charles
Gehring and John AV, Isaacs, two letter
carriers .in tho Baltimore, Dostolllce. were
arrakigedbefortf'the'i United States'. 'Court'
-miming
itent through tho mall. Gohring pleaded
'guilty and was given tlireo months iu jail.
Isaacs, hovFOVer, stood trial and was acquitted.
puifi&j.i.jaLVAuaiirc frfed:
barn of V ni. Harman near Dowltt
'Thursday. The building was burned aud
twelve blooded horses, Including the trotter
Lady Hopoful, alono valuetl at (1,000,
jperUhed. Harman discharged a gun at
burglars who, however, escapou.witn sjuu .
nsh, having fired the bam MB6ffip up-
suit. loss Is ?0'XKJ; partly In
fsurcd. t - , .
yr? -
Buford DoteHHliied to line Some Mora
C& Judges.
FnANKFOHTjKy., Dec. 21. "Tom"J)u
ford, who thot Judco Elliott, of the 'Court
,of Anneals, nndhvas afterwards'clearod as
ansano and tenttotiia r wsiwin, i( aj largo
Kniu aim lurvtieiis j.u ioine hmui uuy aim
iKiit oiner ju iigsg. uonsiueruuie appreueiif
slon is felt, , aiidlpne rJudga.intltnateCtuar
he will kill Bufod piiikht? & yrQs
A J?iillttr l'uiiorul.
I)tc. the fur
'iieralof tho Rt,Dr. Kirkbrido tqok place.
at tuo riumwMccting houuj, tne lunatic-'
'from the asytiiwywhlfli lio ;ad cpnductod
lor bo many ! wero niioweu ao view
tho remains, jnfij scene vas artoctlng, and
there were muy iieciular demonstrations
of affection anaVgrlof f
A Snioulderlii'itrire" KruaksrOut'AJfrHii
Baltimoki;.' Md.: 'thdn
Sccurred In tho I
Dock, a tiro causing alo58f100,00M&tl1
,0.1 early hour Thursday morning tho tire,
wnicn nan neen stuoiuucnng m tuo cotioit
inalos stored there, broke out afresh, entailing
a furthor lots of about $10,000.
ell's. Euiiur;U.
J J Lawnenck, Kan., De. 121. Tho remain
5T Congreesmau lliwltll on 'a
snecial train aucoiunuuled bv tho
iion for Congress. They 'Vro received by
the ofowd of
irienus anu cicuens. ino juinijai services
Trill takopfaro nt 111 o'clock in the morning.
!.. Krldeiicu Acli4fc lrUI Assiumfnu.
V 'Couk, Deo. air.Tip Jrjul.of thft County
aiayo jnvincioios was coiuinueci at tuo as-Uinta
Tllilday?. EyfclonWlvas." In.troduc6il
to shjjwilht ffaJly had, incited several cf
Ihu prUoners' aud othors to ;nurder land
received jack-ages of
whlvh ho, distributed among Fculuust
qv iHEvirjjpDCodSMfllBR:
I'litl I'nrtlculiirs of tlm f,atet rnrlitlan
' b'ciin'nMoit aoslp Cl'uloro und Duels
AVlthoiU Vry
t 4 ' AsMlJ . j
ti PAiu.yDcf. ifiiorrul: wjilchj phi.;
mlnateil 'ill' tho horsowhlnnim; of Maria
Colomblor by Parah Jlexphadt ,'hegtri)K
Clncfnnati'duHhE'tho traiieilieniie's .
,,, ,.
,-". ,,', ,i
can tour., JohuSaudan aiuI'
Colonibier of' intiruauy. tfctl almsod tfifciif
for it. liio, fpair .tookUieIr.revengotby
Issuing eAiiilaloilsibook. Wltl&T 'Mo'
nioirs pi Sarah UariiUin," being a protcniod
revelation of iholoVej and' (other 'pto'
nilalrs of 8aral .Uarnhaitlt. Her
of tho aitdckiuiibawltS 'Vodgcancu is
tho tliemo of.gosslp evoryt.h'ro. It is said)
; that whop BoriilWrtie vijitjd ColOpiv's'
iiparimeiit sun p. armeti wuu a
In addition to a hOrsawbl Her account
of tho hffa'lr 'Is as follows; "I was
onlyiarinM with a horsewhip .and cat-'6
AltioiuiU. I'oill used iho hifVowhlp. I
rang at the doof.i A bomio opeued. "Qui
"faut 11 aniioncji' ti3 iviked I Seized tho
servant, throw hr asjd'5 aihL wo found
in Ulitf Jsalon withXM Hmidanii t
lathed her and she fell into tho arms of M.
ouuuan, nnn i wuippeu mm, looi jiario
was dressed In a robo do chambre. Saudan
lrtiv ntimiMlitnti nml ...lt)..1 ti "
ifuLodJhliu ,'by lliu wtlitSS
taylngj'Ifyftu movo'TH stranglo" you.
W9 arp of Madam Bornhardt, and
aro hero to pfotoot her." , ,
' AAVas tlie'damago" lo tho apartment, con-
slderabloi;'' ' .,?:,.' t ' ,
'
Mmo; B. 'Eriorm'ofi!. feverytlilnir1 was
mashed. Hot poor lover c'ried.for tlibpo
"l'hojfo the
will not hayiJ, a liupri'ss(on
"about tlm affair, irhcro my reputation na
women Is engaged.'
( ,r j
;ino samo evening tne.ftiiatr occurrou:
Ilernliardt mado her flrKt'oppeojanco in, tho
new play, "Nnna Sabll,Vi1Ji1(.cb proed'a
success. Tho great actress' composuro was
unlvurally,remarkcd(v fc.
u...'..!.,".: . v.fi.:i...i.V ,.i
uwuutiufi!ivuvuuiiui tLoiuiiiiuur,
lengl Ik'phiIlrmlinmb's Inend, to a
duel. The challenge, however, was do-
cinieu.
(- T T ' If J- , 5.
IVIUKt BUY UUKliLAIia.
Arrest of n llml Ci.ifiK ot 'ViilniK KrAmps
. . M. riUMtufc..'r
PrrTHuinici, 1 )eo. 2h A n lato iiotir
r Thiyjfiday J nlht ugung .of llvn, boys wero'
p.irrvsleiL iTliofr age ''raiigo -from twelve
to bixteou, apjlthoy nro vharged with,
tbbitccd st'oro." 'One who
was employed in tho store secreted himself
nfteritho.itoe closod aud'lutitue others in,
ami t.jio gang Secured, quit ga largn iimouut
i piuuiier. iney wero traced to a chanty.
At ouo o'clock in tho inomlng
raided tho hhnuty and contiued thttbo.vs
nnd a quantity of lino cigars, cigarettes,
tobacco, ; auaff, iiioiid'
nt about $250. John Forest, 'tho boy
.employed in tho store,- says: "Yes, Pnl
the leader of this robbery, and did it
thought I was .guing to ho "tired"
,f roiii hiy job. takiiiff things
for the tMMt six w'eeks and was going Into
business for myself to sell to other boys."
He seemed anxious to tako all tho blauie.
on hltn&lf and no sorrow at nisi
Action.-. Nearly nil belongito gootlifamlllet.
v 3 .; -?..a i
j ( MUVYLirVl.HJIVVI IUO. ,
Terrible Scenes in n lliirnliif; New York
Asylum.
New Shortly after-11
o'clookFrldayniorjiJng,, Jiro. broke. PWisJiV
the east wiBKM3f thojluiiatlc 'tisylum p"n
Vanl"aIslaiuL;"E'or tht'ro.was greatH
excitement. Thero woro turea alarms sent
out and tho Flro Department answered
promptly. In tho meantime the lire appliances
nt tho asylum were brought Into ute.
Tho lifnatfcs" were, all terribly frightened,
nnd their screamlngirandTavings turned
tho place into a verltablo pandemonium.
Many inmates-for a timo bocamo unmanageable,
and it was by tho greatest '.efforts
that thoy wero subdued and rescued. It
wns thoucht at ono time that some had per-
jshe'd',fBub'lt Is now.proUyerl4i'ii. ,thab ,;i
.life'iwas lost, .'althougliitheri lyerot 'l.OM.
patients conllued iu tho building. The
did spUndid service but could not
control tho flames until a considerable
amount of damago had been dono to tho
property.
- . -
. SILAS SUSPENDED.
A ailailsilppl Town WJileU Enjoys
Hanging Kvery Week,
ViCKBnuno, Miss., Doc. 21. A dispatch
from Rolling Fork, Sharkey County, states
that Silas Lane, colored, was hanged there
forjLr;''outragcoilltted last summer.
1iTu&ex&&Men''teekFplac7ipon tho same
gallows used.awepk egp.n,t tho hanging of
1'jooeauS .Hall. .Thero was a large crowd
In town, which, wasbrlefly Bd(lrs$d by tho
t6hderhned, who-' confessed hlsc'rimo and
claimed to have- religion. Thrcoviighta ago
jiane$eii tho C Jail pn flro and it was burned
to tho ground, but the prisoner was rescued
Mnco. Tho
Governor irdUelf jtoiintorfere' with his
, . .
IP M ft ,i ii m ' ' '
Ajiaqfio Ktl'iuejito tjavn4t)rn ',Colle(;s,
.. i&tiuiia viejld, Musi.,-Dec, 21.-A son of
Congrossrnan Whiting, a IfVyillrtn Seminary
student, at' tidstriiinipton,, was flnod
t57 In, tho jlJisttioCourat'ofthampton
for breaking 'thendseiDf a felldw.'student
jiaimld .Qsgood. ; Ihtfqvldenco showed that
Whltlhg called at Osgood's roomtio latter
being a neweptar,,anddmjtna4 a treat
for tho company. Osgood refwed, and,
soni; diyif attor.'yajricalled' tojpttlo tho
affalii in priJglfc style:;; Dirlho first
,roundibloo4 Was' drawn on Whiting and In
bol'ou
,"BDynnhilte,Sc'hip 'Sentenced.
EniNDUitaii Dec. 21. Tho jury in tho
caso of McDermott and others, chnrged
with the dynamite outrages in 0 aigow,
have brought in a verdict of guilty. Tho
Judgo thereupon sentenced, tho prisoners as
follows! Torrence MoDormott, Thos.
Peter Callaglian, Henry McCatin,
"and Patrick McCullagh, to penal servltudo
tor tlfo; James Donuolly, James Klley,
Jlatrlck McCabo, Patrk;kj. Drum, and
to soven yca'iV luiirrlsoilnient.
Til Chicago nnd Knusns City Accident.
FAnuiNOTOif,, lovo, Dec,
of the eloven ponsous who were Injurod by
tho railroad accident on the Chicago and
Kansas' City road Thlirsdny aro
Tho most sorlously Injured uro J. L. Green
and wife and Gcorgo Tallmau. Tho
dent was caused by a broken axis. Later
dispatches say express messengers Brown
and Clarence aro dylp,
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES.
Coniccrntlnic tlm
Ulsl)) ot North Ilnkotn,
NkwYork, Dec. 21. Calvary Protestant-Episcopal
Church, of thls"city,waa crowded
Thursday with pooplo to wltuess tho consecration
services ot a Bishop, according to
the rites of tho Episcopal Gliilrvh. The
llev. Vm. David Walker, who, has long
been Identified with Calvary Parish, was
mado the Mislonary Bishop o North Dakota,
Amollg the Bishops present were
Clark, of Hhode Island, who was1 I lie presiding
clergyman and" consecrator ot the
BiSrvluos; Hcarhoroug, of New 'Jet-soy,
btarkoy, of North Nqw Jersey: Clarkson,
of Nebraska, and Assistant Bishop Potter,
of New. York. BUhop A, C, Cope, of Western
New York, preached the sermon, and
on extensive musical nrogratriina Was rendered.
TLo services wore very impreisive.
ANPTHErTMISSINQ GIRL ,
Alystnrlniis DUnppohr'niidn of n Wolnirn,
9las.t Yd u ii; l.Hdy.
".Vonunrf, Mass., Deo 21. Lillian Ellis,
the adopted dauglitcr.of J'dgar Ellis, aged
fourteen, has mystcrtously disappeared.
She attended a private school, was beautiful
aiid very popular. Her foSteY parents
took her from the Little Wanderer's Home
when sho was six' years old and have
tenderly cared for her. Hor home relations'
wero ot the plcttWintest and there
is not the slightest known motive -for her
leaving. It Is thought sho has boon enticed'
away by a young man upon whose attentions
her parenU frowTiod, The town Is
greatly oxclted over Jhq. affair.
A VniitlnrMlt It.illrunil lliiinnr.
New Ha,vk.v, Dec 20. The belief Is gaining
ground that Mr. Vandorbilt may be interested
In the new parallel road, n, scheme
recently advert l'd In a Murldau paper.
Tli6 reason foi' this may ho found in the
friendly relations existing between tho consolidated
road and tlm Now York and Now
1n gland, and a desirn on the part of the
loston and Albany for a direct connection,
with New York, fearing that direct passenger
trafllc might lie dlvertwl at Hartford
instead of going via thu Boston and Albany
at BpriiiKflelil, uH at present. President
Wntrous thinks It Improbnldfr flint the
road will be built iuiIojs iu the event of a
cIomj nlliauco betwueu. the Consolidated
road aud the Now York and Now England
road, aud probably not then.
.i
rnrllln Hallrtmd Mutters.
Wariiinuton, Dec. 21, In response to
tho resolution of Mr. Von Wyck, of tin
lllth Inst., the Secretary of tho Interior hn
transmitted to he Heuate n copy of all cor
respondenee nlating tq tho attempted
transfer by tlm Texas Paeillo Itailrond i
Its land grant lo the Hotitliern Paclfli' llnll
road, 'i'lin correpondeuco Is very volum
Inous, and presents tho claims of the South
em Pacltic to be regarded as successors hii
assignees of the Texas I'aciflo and the ol
JcctioiM thereto. In submitting tlm corr.
upondence Secretary Teller says that n
action has been taken by tho Departlilmi
ton the subject.
A Hold Diiytlghi Itnlibrry.
Wateiuiuiiv, Conn., Dec. 21. At
yesterday afternoon C. A. Clark, i
traveling saljsman for Clyfeard it t'i
21X1 Broadway, New York, was robbed of i
large number of valuablo gold chains. II.
hail sold n' bill of kxx1s, and stooi
his valNe, contaiiilug the jewelry, iiii
tho floor at his side while making
out tlie bill. Whilo mi engaged two men.
bearing the apinaranco of fanner, wnlkei
in, picked up tho valfse, and quietly walked
out. Tho robbery was noticed almost Im
'mediately, but tlio jwlico have no rlno to
.the robber. The value of the stuff Is unknown,
but thought to be large.
I'Anis, Dec. 21. PaulBert will on
move that tho' Chamber of Deputies
prohibit the admission of American pork
into h'rance until tho question has been debated.
As Bert intend that the matter
shall not become a question ot debate by
tho ChamtMir Until next session, this prohibition
would lie, in ' effect, a law excluding
American pork from Franco for the
period of a year, with strong probabilities
.of its extension indefinitely.
Justice Agnln riooied by Ihr Taw.
PiTTSBurta, Dec. 21. Judge Hart, of
Washington County, has refuted to takeoff
the stay of proceedings lntbe perjury and
forgery cases against Cashier Itutb, of the
Washington Bonk, in which he hod plead
guilty. This has tho effect ot letting Ituth
escape without' punishment, although he
had ombezzled '$50,000 and lost It ( wheat
speculation. He is now employed in a
bucket shop in Chicago.
The Usual Process to Keeover f.lfe Insurance.
PiTTsnuno, Dec. 21. Mrs. C. F. Nutt,
wife ot Captain Nutt, who was killed by
Dukes in Unlontown, I'a., has brought suit
in the. Common Pleas Court against the
Accident Insurance Company of North
America to recover $5,000, the amount 6f
insurance held by her husband at his death,
which tho Insurance- Company refuses to
ray. ., i
An Kitruonllimry Law Hull.
Philadelphia, Dec. 21. Edwrud John-ion,
formerly a slave and the son ot slave
parents, has. brought suit in the Philadelphia
cdllrts to recover damages for personal
injuries Inflicted while unlawfully
hold as a slave by E. W. Wood, of
Qulncy, 111,, and Philip Shaw, of Missouri.
Tho remarkable story which tho plaintiff
tells is corroborated.
An Ar 'st Ileroinos Itmnne.
Chicago, 111., Dec. 20. It. W, Wallace,
tho puinter, was taken to tho
Kankakee Insane Asylum Friday morning
upon an order of tho Court. He thinks his
brother artists have formed a combination
to ruin him. He has aUo lost the power of
montal concentration, and commences new
pictures every day.
Had Itailrond Smash,
Chattanooga, To , Dec. 21. The
north bound New Orleans express train on
tho Alabama Great Southern Railroad
'struck a broken rail near Akron, Ala., and
was derailed. T ho l'ullman sleeper rolled
down an embankment. James Lynch,-of
Cincinnati, was badly injured, and sevsral
others slightly, No one was killed.
An Agl Animal Oh in n Good Hose.
' Juifisy City, Dec, 21. Captain George
J, Gordon, who was convicted Tuesday of
abducting Addle Bresman, aged fourteen
years, from' her homo 'in Astoria, was
sentenced to tho State Prison at hard labor
for Ave years and to pay a line of $1,000, tp
stand committed until the lino and costs
aro paltL
ope Eob mjmpiisL
I'.HE HALLS OF CONGRE83 LPfAffLIr.
(isinntor and llepra'autnllve Hietag.
Homewards For Their Christmas
UitAany
Seeking Spjrlt
Wabhixoto.v, Dec. Si.-With the ex
ceptlon of thirty members pt
the House who came to the Capital t6
to tlialr correspondence, the building
Is deserted. Many Senators, and Repr.
tentative loft for tholr homes Thursday
night nnd Friday morning t6 spend! th
holidays. Tho only Tt'cpresentaflTeji wjbo
will remain here over Sunday are those wtio
will spend tho recess In Washington, and a
number uf anxious aspirants to .good, places
on the committees. Older members, as a-rule,
will spend their Christmas, at home
with their families, Speculation upon
tho make-up ot tho House committees continues
unabated, but predictions aro so
varied that it, Is a, waste; of time to reptati
them. Tho most, , rellablo information ob-
indicates that tho Speaker has decided
to place
udtteo!, Messrs. Morrison, Hewitt ilurd;
Blackburn, Herbert, Jones (Ark.), ; , Mills,
artd Blount to ropresentvtho majority. But
even this list cannot bo given as positive.
As a matter ot fact, the Speaker will makb
revisions in tho list which ho has
blocked, out until Monday ,rnornlJagi(
next, nnd it is probablo that a number of
changes mny be made to accommodate
members, even after tho announcement Is
made tq the House,
Jl'o date there has bcen,iQtrodticedin.the,
Senate 888 bills nnd joint
nnd lit the House 1,71'' bills and
sixty-six. joint resolutions, making a total
of 2,ti.V) bills aud jonf resolutions
upon which to begin work otter, the
l '
holiday recess.
CONDENSED NEWS.
v i
Jonx It. general store,, of
'
Drazilln, Miss., has made nil assignment
with liabilities amounting "to $40,000.
Tub ilew Board to map otlt a plan for
tho proosed ltM arctic ! expedition met la
Washington find organized Thursday, ,
j
Willet Biui.vso.v, aireal estate speculator
if New York City, has made an assignment
j preferences nearly $CO,0O0.
Bv the'burstingof a water pipe the stock
of li. N, Marks, a Chicago wholesale'
clothier, was damaged $0,000.
Thk South Australian wheat crop
to yield largely over the averaee,
this year.
Tine British WarOllIce
tho reports that additional regiment '
will I mi sent to Egypt.
Tiipt strike ot railroad aiid steamship
firemen is extending at Marseilles, MX) having
left work, mid steamers are unable to
obtain a proper complement of men.
J. S. Harris, conductor on tho Iron
Mountain Railroad,' fell bot ween the car
at Fulton, Missouri, Thursday, and was
to death.
J. II. Q'Jink, after a long exarplnaoa, ..
on the charge ot setting fire to tUa Pojigh
keepie, N. Y., Hotel, was held for, th
(IrAh'd.Jhry. t
The Ji'rtl anuivorsary ot tho IandingiOf
the Puritans at Plymouth Book tra4
ttil In Chicago Friday by the Cotygrfigm
tiutiat Club with imposing exercises.
A ItficiiKMTER, N. Y., special saya ,tis'
Donald Gordon,onoof the
luarchuutH there, has just assigned. The
liabilities are not yet known,
Hetokant Masox passed throjig.W'ash
ington Thursday enroute to Zanesvijli', 0
where he will attend a reunion of his old
regiment during Christmas week.-
REitiiiTK from CaletlqnU, Poun,, ,tat,
that tlie Putnam Lumber Company i(linit
ted) has failed. It began business about , '
' ' "'
year ago with a capital pf $80,000,
It Ls reported. that,Rpchester Sjtacuae
Utlca, Binijhampton and Eimlra,will,forBi
a new Base Ball Association, to b
tho Western New York,Anociatioa
Inkorhatiok has been roceiyed frett
Annum that tbe Mandarins of Hub have
nppoliitl Tociluo oa tho successor of Tiep
How to to Aunamese throne.
Tin Grand Jury has brought In Indict
incuts against N. W. Fitzgerald aaj Andrew
E. Webb, Washington pension agent,
for violating tlie pension laws by
lent mo.of, the United States mails,
ArronNBY Gknkral BnKWsnqi and a-
sltant' left Washington for New Orleans
Friday to defend tho Postmaster General
In tho suits brought against him by'M. A.
Dauphin, of tho Louisiana State Lottery,
A faukwkll reception was glyaajast
night in tho great ball of the John Hopkins
University, Baltimore, to Professor
Sylvustor, who goes to Oxford, England,
where a chair has been tenderdd.hlm.
IX (ho Elevated Railway. suits Thursday
Judge Van Brunt denied .the motion topiinh
Ih (. P. Moroslni for contempt pf court iu
falling to produce the books of the firm-of
W. K. Connor & Co.
Thk Proteus Court ot Jpquiry at iU es
sion Thursilay examined Captala Clapp
concerning the preparation of the
Lieutenant Garlhigton. Nothing
stnrtllng was developed.
Miw. GKonoR Gibson died Thursday at
Docatur, Ala., poisoned by pork eaten
Wednenday, The husband and a colored'
servant, who had eaten ot tbe same. db&'
me lying in a. critical condition.
Hami'el F. White, colored was found
guilty of murder in the second degree at .
Baltimore, Md,, and sentenced -Thursday to
ten years imprisonment. He killed Joseph'
James, also colored, in August-last,
COI.KH WABIIBURNy Of Williankton', IJ;,
quarreled with his niece, Jenale Washtmrs,
last night about a small ram of mosey.
Jennie seized a club) and struck-her
tho head, fracturing, his skull.- He died
an hour otter,
' i i i
Hunted to a Crisp.
Ciiattanoocia, Teiui,, Dqcv 21. VUliaju
Hon), a wealthy and promiBnt 0citia of
Jefferson County, Tennessee, while ilttifl
in front of an open hearth, toll Into the tre
In an apoplectic fit, and his'taae, wjfl
burned to a crisp, pvoducIng.lnUnt death.
Mills Shut Down.
U0I.LlDAYBHUR0,'Pa., Doc. 21. Thejl!,
lng mills of MoLanahap, Smith & Co. itrid'
the Hollidaysburg Iron and Nall'Copaay
have shut down on accqunt.of lackflf
.I' .
It is stated that Mr. Parnell haa receaUy
raid off mortgages amounting t $01,008.

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