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CITY AND COUNTY- MIllilM'OlUo CniirtM CI roil It Court.,. a, . t j,i : M.(,,Jtj Commonwealth' ttyr" A.. JJurran . J' ( DalnPerrme. - n, j, i He:, f ChuHJadorson, '''' - l- "t"in Tuesday -niter SbeoildfMoiiday ill. January, April, July nud,Qotoier Ml aclyear ,., t ;omuy ;tjivt.' - ., Judgo Wm. P.Ooons. ..., County Attornoy J. L. Whitnker. ClerkmWiWl'Balhiit T v.x i'iiSi Beuoud Monday o nwli month, . s, " i i n4 1 Tuesday MX'.t RecunfV .Monday, lii Mnrell, Juno, doptein bur unci .UnwifttriifoM CourU.. '. ' Muysvllle, Nil. Viewy nnrt'ilitj. Grant, tlrsi imii third Tuesdays' lli'MurcD, Juiie.HopUnilierHrid December.-' ' Muysvilk', No. 'A-.U K. JJ..NIiUliaiUiif!s Clumiborlii n first Miiturilsiy ilnil loUlt( Tin's- UllV, HttlllK .11(1111 h. ' " ' ' i Dover,' No, a James Kurnshay niid Ai'l?'. Uoiync, rtmi mm (una 'VVoflfiesXIny, jiliifti lUOUttin. Mltiurvn, No. 40. N Weaver utiil J. M. Byar llrwt auil thud- TueiiUdys", ''Brtnie months. ' ' ' -L,J i Uermunto'.vn, No.i H. M, Wo xlwird ittul JllN Li' ii. .wiiiiuuii nrNi. iiiui iiiicu oiuuumya, muno montiH, r v.. tlanl.M. Nt. US, M HUIlnudJ. Jh'OrJfenly tteconil and lollltl) Hiitni'ilnyA. rtirtntliH. AlayBllcIt, No; 7-C. W. Wllfiilitlh HntlMJ j). Itnynuind, neeoiul nml lourtli moiitliH Lewwlmia, Nii. 8 J. 41. AltikrtliHftf 'itrrti Ikiiiio J .McliVillue nut'imiliiitf lnli'(ll kuiiih IiiuiIin. ., . . . urnugeDt.ri, No. W-V. l. ObVyfell AthW; il Farrow llit Siiiuitluy huUdUstMo.idnyiSiiihu uiuiiiui. .. ' .i;i WuNlilnn du, No. JOltuhort .Uuuter,, and TlioiiuiN L)( Wlllllfi WMlnexdiU'. kiiiiiu IllOUtllH. i " ftiurpiiVMVmo, jnoi (i l.fWis noli John ri. Wuim, lourin .viimdny lu'id ttilil Tliursdiiy, Kiiiiiu 111011(114. Koru laJiU, No. Miistiuand J. Ii. Uurgons, (iecoud .ami IqiuUi Bumrdnys.Bamt inoniliB.. f 'Kj iMaysvllIo, No. l-V. I,. D.iwu.. Aiaysvlile, No. 2W. t,. Mor.tu. uovcr, 11. .Ma.Miimn, Minerva, No. I I'leliaiit .owurd Uormautowu, No, Hurdl.H, No UUnd. ft AIayllolc, No.7 TiiuuniH Murphyg I,0Wlhbulit,No.8 U.'iU.titrode. Uranueburu. No. U- TlibmiM lilxe. 9! WftBlilneloii, No. L.UOiijIiir aiurpiiyHVllio, No. 11 V. u.l'rauii. - rfl ' Ql M J17UI A W. 1"-AJ. IT .ll UUU. Noelcly Jlt'rlliiK'H .llOMwnic, Uoufldeuco Unljio, No. 62, Unit Momlny 01 unci) nioutli. Musou LodKe, No. 312, llilrd jilouduy offcuoli nioutli. " , ' . ..".' MayNVlllu, C'lnipler, No.U,Heixiud?iouday ol each nioutli, MayBVlllo Coiiimundory,' Nii.jflO.ifruurtl. Alouduyol eaelimouin. CVV. rl13N l.O. O.T. ' ' '' l'iHgnii ivueuiiipmuut, no. 0, .second ana lourui Mond.iyB In oach months ntTo'cloek. D0K11II) i.oilmr, .No. 1J, TuendHy ult'lltfrueii wcelc, al 7 o'clock. ,.. Klug'jold. No. 27, WoUiiHdduy night, eacli week, at 7 o'clock. iiiiiulilN of Honor. TlieDrstunil t,...J TueNlny of euch mpiitli. Lodge room 011 aiitlon MlredU ' li. Of A'.' -- . Limestone Lodge, No. 30, Friday, Ulsht ol each week. I. I. W.AIt - x Wednesday night each Week.atUieir liallob Uecoud Mlreel. ,. ..m. . Aotlltllly It. V..1I. Hecond and loiinti .Sundays luoucli moiiljj, nt their hall on Llmehtouu HtrettU Jt'nther Alutlicw T. A. R. First Hunday In each montli, aTtUcir hall on Llintwlone ulieet, $-$ I s Wt. INitilcK'hriinevoK'Ht lo'tlcly. Hecond Hunday In each 111011111". at their Hall nti f.1mHAlnnHfcttfpi. w 'lnr SIiilcAl4.liilruii First Tuehday ulglit lu eucli inuiith. , Monday (light ol each week. , ?Iill. .. f K. 0. It. K., nnlves at S;o0 am.iaiid 8:15 p. 111. Depart at IMHJ a. lit. BUd n.in. Bonanza, down Mniiauy, Vetlueilay and Frlduya at ti p. m.. Up 'ruesdaiYl'humUiy,uiiu Matuvday ut 8 p. lu. - , j Mfc? vvvy uovxttssir.iir'. B The Boaul 0( Council ruhetu uuj uvuuiiik In eauu iuoihii. ;4ta' aiuyor uirace.Juuuary. k . b Ciiuvil. ty? Presildunt UhlKlev', , First WMrdFrcl.H'llendBl. AA, 117... I.. worth, Hojeit Frost. - v Aat Second W W. Mnrtrn'jTiiom&Eu Clienowcttj, J. M. Hvocklon. Tinru waru .Miitufearce ,K.wTKUrgi erald. David Ilecluiiuer. Fourth J. I?. PiilHtor.B. V. Alexander. . Fifth Kdwurd Myall. Treasure! uutl Collector K. K. 1'earce. Clerk 11 irry Taylor. . . , rloklln. v Wood ami Coal liiNpector l'otor Pnrlier. City 1'liynlclan I.T.Huodo. Keeper of Alum llousn Mm.S. Ml I Ik. pKoitcu; ii. iii:isi:ic, illoaler'lrii - Pineapple Hams. feast Cakes. muyaodly Hl.'l'ONa'ttTUKH.l'jt TAJ1IW A (!Altll,. ' ' V Wumuisimi In f Iioiijm jHokNu, Livery, Sale aii.dreod Stablos Htreet tlurk orders liroJHrHIy altended'to nt all times. Fineht ttlid;iawLTalo Turiinnf. .:.: I....:.... 7. .1 . .:.v" .,:i:.i r7. ,; . Houses iMiugl iiiauuFni(ivnvoln'T,ISH,onlr4nr UutHt. loun dooit IxjhiJiiulrHl II)Jt)Iv n23 1 Trv i- Xtr'att . , a 1, v:yi'itAXKi''hlm BAKER AND 06inm6jbMfL. Icooreuui parl)rHope!vrrithii,:itiioh. At- sniuioiy puro nunuiitf.ircuxm'ea() ox'mii I kinds. FurnlttUlQK ?woddli; nl"prt(ja I specially. PriceBdow;. v ?! tif'&&yAlyt l . M, " i ii. J )lt.T. li. S. SMI 1 11 JjH yyyfi 1 CA win devote Idn wl0rUie i- Hon of the natural Wi'AV Ar'. will take rlinrue o( all' the WMfaliiilcaliw(irb. such as mild, Hiivei',eontlHueifBin, collrilold and rulitxtr nlatm. ' i. .. -v- mrnllaiy' - -- TWIN T.FI.KMINO. ,,..,, ,. , INSURE NCE'' AGENCY. ItonreKonlH thu Lon don inni 'rilvef potlt'aiftr lliil... 1 3j.ltl.i .. A ..i.i. Imii. . nt K7n.. Vn.l. ..n.l ""! .......l kll1 ,.UI V, 4YUVV IUIA, 11U I'lionlx, ol Brooklyn. Also intent, lor Hlue Lick Water. Offlee cornor of Front iiudBuU toiiBlreetn. ,,npU7Uly,. It. OLDHAM, t ll (II s. "f PLTJMBEK Hanltary Kimlneer. tya8r.ahd"Bfeata.ntter. Dealer In plunil!i't hoods, 'Pinhp( IIopo, newnr ripiit, auu iron I'nung, Hi bam and Water (imiKM. No. wwkHecontislrerr opposite Uelsol's grocery f ap!7dly MAY8VILLB, ICY; QUEER imTOSTATIOlS Making Furniture Walk Around and Tor- Jtnt6'0'tber''nHikrT)Va'Traftt'.J ... tl(le tlin NHri. " H6mb, i., roiS. j&'Jitho'Cherdlcea roo Hon of Goorgla la ErotUly.excited pvtf, the mauLfcatatlOng of Mlt Lula Hurst, Hud flf 'dantflrMof ' Jfr'WUliiuu a luluU&tlAl Jfout pCUniyXThtf torii Jold Vore trUclda tingo character that Colonel Freeman, of the Cedartown -Advertiser, Dr. P. M. Lid. AzlX arid' seTeral 'other prominent citizen, went out to Mr. Hurit'a rosldenoe (or the purpose of Investigating tlieM. "" Tfy found ktlio icyuuBgi lady ito iberthetplcture J5 r.waulft L, omp 9f lior newly developed'" powers, she aro and placed her hands upon the book of acomnjonjlialr, which Boon bejjon' to inbVe, first slowly, then Violently. " Tfio Doctor was requested twliold tho'ohlr,but being unable to do bo alone, two, and then throe men, Irled with no better effect. a partlcloTof Hfie oun'firiadyh'of handB merely oh the back of the chair'. OnapreTldus'occMin four of the stoutest men in th neighborhood .had found it iiui o3lblo to hold the chair A large, stodll wllliTifa Load bock in. the cprper of the room. 0n tho LtiUylo!ced her uanui wguuy auu ine oca arose two rect in (the air, andinqved VVrUfly ,alpuiiil .tln room.5 1T6V, MfiBfKrtrfiiibarl a cousin qi iiui Lulo, whllt in bed recently, hoard a thumping noise in the headboard,, which iho thought by hircouiln with her lingers, and requested her to stop and go to sleep. 'MuV Lufa 'pro'ieSlxjd Innocence, yet the sound grew ludro .atulible'.V Ajplayfuli remark1 tliaritysliouM itrlke hef caused a sensation Hko a, slight jhqck, folt byiMim Wlmberly about the face. theji eallM to wfier'o Commanded about tho betl, and tho bed was finally commanded to move, and tptthgtwondof of tho occupants, rolled briskly around the rgom, this is .'fSwancifffllich led experiments. On a recent occasion, whllo Mli Cula wan 'lying 'across the bed, Uothoughtof. some favorite air. .when, its .music emanated "strangely from the head- ooaru or its bed, and was heard by more than -half a dozen persons setting around the room. On' 'Mother" o'ocasfdtt an Uncje, , above the ordinary, wptgUtnsat in a chair, (lis. feet on.tho rounds, whilntlm ladv ulnrnil dn'Ttbo'fiper oncK oi tno chair and lifted him across the lloor These people' know nothing of aud are sorely troubled by which' thoy deem the work of an evil Hplrit. People from, far and near eomo daily to $60 and hear tho )atest developments. FOUR BOLD BURGLAriS. A. Jeweler Has a Doipornto StfutKlo With pwAf j BuOnne.of Thieves.rfi ,,1 t Pa.'' Dec. tho (qinlly qf Josiali B, Heckler, a, Jpwolcr.aaiid , few hired jnpn vpre seated nt lie supper table after idark in Heckler's house, in Mainland, Ufr,eb masked men rnshdd'ihto the room and presented loaded revolvers at their heads, threatening death.should any JUtcry be made. The evident intontion of the djwporadfie'wytd jtako p'paiejwlou of ho ewolry storo. which ccntamod'a largo itock of "vpluablij goods. The masked burglars wore well prodded with ropes, gags and.other paraphernalia to commit a bold burglary. .Air. H6ckler'howeyer," made alucky csdaph from the room,' bdt outs'lcld encountered1 n fourth masked burglar, wlth.whom ho had j, dosperate struggle, but by his loud cries for assistance ,the ' bold quartotte wo.ro frightened off. In the supper-room, in the meanwhile, .there wps a with the robbers," dtiriiig which Sirs. Heckler was knocked down with a chair. In the afternoon four auspicious looking men,fone"tcalTy'(ng arValuieI.,wera5ei talking' frohi Eahsdale, on llailroad, to Watnlaud, a. distance bf about flra snlloa. , Thisis the third time within the past six-month's that an attempt was mnde to rob MrvHecklertore.Tho first time a valuable lot of booty was, Therolstt bahdofithesoibold along. Urn lino pf , tle, JTp.th I'unusylvanta Railrpad. a HEROIC MEASURES. Hitching an Engine. .tojHHJvil House and DiilliiiC It Down. PiuCA'ixvniA I?AC.Dic! 83.VF4i feomo tlmo Dominic Morrillo, an Italian, has boeirkeeplug a'houso of .bad repvfatlon aud rvu'illicit liquor, shop on the properly of the Ridgeway and Clearfield Railroad at Brockwayvllle, Pa. "Every jeffartwns mada to put a stop to tho prWoodlngsbiit everything proYediuseless,tuntil last engineer, broko the nost'iWhon bid locomotivu" pulled up on the siding a. number of men were detailed, who girded the house with cables, -and as fbon. tw'the, ropes werfi firmly attached thq locoinotl'vo pulled out. As a natural the whole jbuildingyastorn from its foundation and completely" wrecked,, (ha lnraaxhowverjjweaping.. , ; After the wrecking of tho structure a Are was lighted mid he building. , burned. sA largo crowd quickly'collooted, and the confusion forro while approached a riot, as but fov wcro lu the secret. The house, BtODdyRlu'n.a few feet of tho railway, apart from other, buildings, 'and was 'externally desert od. A. V'Mions cf STtawg MlrnKira of heavy chains tlglitoued. wild shrieks issued fr6mlthe windoV. Lights 'were dyofturned' and Hours' battered d,qyu, Uh)U naked girls and drunken meu emerging through tho crackling, timbers., 'oono was seriously hurt." , X.nnd Shark in New aiezleo, elBHrNOT6Ni'1)'oo W. GW MPsitchVrtl, United Utates Ditrlot Attorney f or Nw Mexico; has completed t his business here wKHthe' Tht'erior Departiileht,and has secured much information ud.docunuuit.s that will aid him in prosecuting a Idjpg docket of land Wiarks, The jwliey Inaugurated, by. Sepretap' Teller, ho says, of se;id- Land Ofllce Into tho States and Territories had, Uhe'arthbd a multittide 6f cases where laud ntjrle were" mo'de thfpugh falsa aIb; davits, 'and these will revert to tho Government a largo percentage of land covered by. this system of steals. The practice, he stanoea parties have boon apprehended, arid ho 'means -to. prosecute, jMn Prltchard return? to Kow mornluu's train. - W 7?gf W: Baft Sr" g' 71 ' thST ' - ,- - m V "VTB 3yD AIL TOrP, .d&Xi AlDXO ' " ..I. i , . , ,.,.. ..rr.p,, .,-,!-.;, .., ,,., li ' L I " - ' ' ' - ' lit I'Uy uf . ..I ..11. 'NO; , ,llil.l 27v kifin n Ut ,nfi. !: lt ' -l ' H " 4 2' 1883' PRICE OnVoENT. jj i. ff?" -, , rM IWsfovWLfrrTERiafl d it t .... t m Roidrs. 'CnnrnnMnn D?noitil 1 iottjtlambJlarf.j I'JV Nrfw OnfiEAif. Doc. Daton Rouge special sayst "The Committee on Resolutions nil- nqrity reports, AmoDir the resolutions of thV mihorityj Is one doclaring that' the' Louisiana Lot ,Hrv uomrjanv is corruniiuir Jfie morals of 'the p&opli aud a disturbing' Wmenrin tfieVtcs of the siH(Sidmont aboliBhlnV ahd prohltiitiilg (16ttrle!j k InV , thd n Stntd ,foroyer, Doatner "offered a substitute which wai ,wkipt$d, io tho entire rprinSlple!oti lottory'doaUngs j the Constitu tion declares trambllncr to bo a vice, vet en- itsj'worsti6rni,fnot onijvincuing to breaches of faith and in efforts to got rich ou a turn of the wheel, but demoralizing society, .corHipMrig" politics atuW impeding Jsgisla tipn, and wo demand that tho Legislature to be chosen at tlin ptmnliirr clnctton shall etincli'such legal measures as nro nocessary for,thelr sunnrnsslon. fjilattorinidopted refers to ' the condition of the State under reconstruction: congratulates the'pcoplo upon the present 1prosnerous'condltion under tho. 'prbgrefarVo policy 6i a) Democratic admin istration; that the public-, echools pi the. ,!Btale delnanditlfo fostorlngT .'cad. of the" uovernment, and though much has been acjilvecjforthelr promotion; ra great deal Jdene to rend'ar'he publio 's&Tiools efllfildllt' so"ntf Id c6nfe"r " the benefits of .education oqually upon the children of overt' rate, . J , Il oi)tirt4ntnnnn'hnlii nt nil Hhdft Af. 'tor tho adontlon . of .Boatner's amenilmont Jjlx'A aboVb. Matstin, bf 'Red 'River, aiiHopp6rtunay' lo faftor other Himrndnent.., Theemhrtd being refused ,ho s,ild life would, jiio, accept such a aifd" 1 th"o hall In ills-gust,. A; msijorlty report on platfprm with thi Was ryl'oplcd by a wote, mainly of thelcEnerv faction yeas. k5a0;,nay, 07 j blank; C0. ,' . . An acrimonious discussion preceded tho adoption of tho platfonp. Mr. Btopo, of East Feliciana, attacked ro ort. He commentetl severely upon certain acts of the Democratic administration, as e tboland gr3jh, peidtentlary lease, fees paid luwyers empioycaoy wo ocArerctc. t r cGplonel Uroaupand Major Burke replied tcCStohej Tho "formen explained his with land coses before tho United xHtalcs Supreme CouHi .the lattgr sought' to vihdlcato "tho Mclinerv administration against the charges; Tho. Convention ad- jvrv a-AVI B1UU UtUi CELEBRATED WILL CASE. . A nufnilOkJudKliJWJio Haseilmiis.Got ' f ilnto.fnfpcrnp.e;,, . v Dojtalo, 'NY?, Dec.v Ferris has given his decision in the famous Killmoro'will cnsesustklriing the will and codicil- of tho iato'Mrs. Fillmore, widow of .juris, jiiimuiu uiuu XAugustilir her wili, dated Janu- rnry"15, 1878, w'as ndmittod"to 23, 1&31. Tho property dlsposod of nnder tho will amounted to $103,000. After tho lapse of a year Mrs. Fillmore's next of kin, eight persons, portioned f&r. ft. revocation of the probate, alleging fyat ,,the, will probated was not tho last, and that Mrs. Fillmore was of unsound mjjid. The case has been continued over threo months, and, by Judge Ferris' decision, tho sanity of Mrs. Fillmoro is ninin talked. ' beneficiaries of Mrs. illmorr nro tho Rochester .University,-, f20,tXJi), ai(lt -the- YVMr'C.rA. of .BIilTalo,, .$50,000. In connection with this case the Daily Tlmos, about a month ago, published nn nrtlclo indicating what Judge Ferris' decision would be. For this nrtlclo tho Surrogate Revcroly.cenfured .the .Times for prejudicing' icase,' bring- the paper up for contempt of Court. Tho matter was nllowed to rest until after he should deliver his decision, and, having dono this yesterday, the Times to-day publishes an interview between Judgo Ferris nnd,a5Tiinejreporter(,that, took place a mont6"ln'l9liJtlie;8itrJ; rognto stated whafhis' decision "would be, ' and his reasons for sustaining the will. Tho contestants of the will will "apply for a , now henrlngj based on this prejudgment by mo surrogate. New York, Deo. ai. There' was a largo attendance Jntj the- annual meetings of the Club.;, at UroadwayJand Fifty?ftrskstree; i Jainos . oii'iTun, uijxuiieij5,j"jireuoui riiu njut; orgnnizatiens woror wscnted yr lillorjHlie Asked f or5dinls7loiwa" VllLiiresenU and a long discussion occurred ts to the atlaiisiioh ;df a palely Amerlcah. Club underttliat nnme, but tho decision was favorable, i TKa completo programme of tho wlntorfs games was .arranged. grs f. :"...,;. j ," Vledrrom a Terrible rounding'. Dunois,sPa.,Dea 23. Edw. Le Flour, Tin Elk Couutyfanner,rweit.home aud found his wife, whoso chastity h"o suspected, conversing with thrfoinourf Lo leurjordorod them to leave "thd hSnse. Two Wonf, but tho third, HarryiiyilllmB('5refusYdto.go;v Le Fleur then bSitA"ririkuaabn.Uie heail' with a llatiron in a terrlblo manner, staggered froui the house, and succeeded in going us far as his own homo, when he fell dead on tho doorstop. A Negroe lynched Hy Nogroos, NeW O'RLKXmfl Ln,?Dec. VS.r'A" special tdlhe, PIcnyuuet'f1ibin Vie&lnirg"kays: iTllo negro Howard who killed Pat Flynn, near Skipworth, on tho 10th inst. while being: pqnyejrpd tq jaH. was. bon from the Sheriff by" nogrooB, nul it Is .lnslieyed, wa lynched If thin bo writ Willi ba the first case in which a hefrrO lias been lynched by negroes for klllin('awHlto hiaii.' f ' oOjiljr ftiiOiKram :utiipti to AmuiUn. :NEwYdnfcy DecaH: ThoAVliiti) Cross Steamshin Line, running to Hamburg, has reduced its third Class passage ' fate to New-York lo $20 to meet, tho, :ailon of North Go.aM''jyoyd' "Wi?"',, linos vrlio miulo thu decrease itj'"nelrs',les conference had dissolved.' i n i i Dloady Aow In n Negro Dive. Nmw Yoiiif. 1)oc. 23; During u dotperato nffrny iiya notorious f,or colorol pooplo, nt'N'p'. ItSl'lliOiiipson tho nroprietorothatyhuio, Bhot AlpMu'dorjCcnip, oTf'Nii. W,'lTrcvii street, In t!m,Heokj inllicting a dungerouu wouml. Lee,' who claims that ho lid the shooting in tolf -defense, was Ipcked'ilp.i ) it . r t , , i!At?.M'tfflS5rdenfesi that Sarah Bnrnlmnlt bit thu subject. of her satirical book, "Sarah llurnum," Bhe that "Ilainuui"ls(nltogotlier jnythivuL mpm awffl Mi i, S ... , , . t t : ". f " 4 . . . . j .MILWAUKEE'S! LATEST seNffAtrit A fllrl of Accomplishment mid (lood Vronir Riul How 8ho Vint Roitored to Her Anxious N " ' VMm&iJ ". I I MitA'CKki:, Wis. j )!) yty is fast obtaining a JenuUtlon as a nlaca to which jiinawojy glrk. f rarrj yarjOus pkrl 6f Iho country nako helrr way The latest oaso m tidsjiine 'Is ho flriulng hereof the dauglitor of a Provi. dence, R I.,Wikor, phb tw"d years hgo." AHrafil f ro'in tha East vja Chicago; brought a tl,.wiir. dressod immediately sought for a dctoctlvo,' s Tho .two took a carriage and of ill-repute. Ajfowrininutes lntor tbeyjemorgod leadig iThe three ontered a carriage and drovo away. The incident was, the sequel to an which, proatod n sensation In L. contractor and hajiker'pf that city, liad " beautiful daughter, Marnier who-on Christmas evo, I83i; loft her hdmo to attend a nartv.. Sho,falled ,ta return home, and lip traeO could bo "leahieA of her'for'weoks. At longth It was accidentally discovered that a glrfnnswprlnV her description was living in Boston, tho wifo of one Hlncs, u . .uguut. - Air. , 1Up3k patdIft A visit 4 V. oitJnJ ; ,pu 2. the girl had disappearcil. Ho became satitfiodf liowover," . tho lipston girl was jhis, 4adghter. ,-' Hq Wcccodod'ia (racing her to Now Yorkr thence to St, Louis, and- flnnllyi bafckr to 'Chicago.' Tliri) h'o nguln lost all traco.ct hor. This was fourteen ijonthf ngov Oh MoniJnytof this Week he received. n letter from tho missing girl, who t tonfessed tluit she had mado tho acquaintance of Hiues nt a matinee, arid two months lator had really abandoned a -pleasant home,'r family 'and friends to follow him. Ho had, taken .her to St. Louis and"back to Chicag6,where hoileserted her Since that event, live months since, slid" a dtsh'orhireil lifo. Tho fatherjfQiui'p camd to Milwaukee and last ovoulng met Ills Tlaugher.' Tho two took a train for tho East. FURIOUSMR.'FJNrJERTVV1' Delirious Sonttiueuts out Dynamite . works, 'j' . CliiCkob 111., 'i)ec ia. In r editorial li the Citizen, John iff. Fiunerty's'iicakBl vigorously on tho p'Donnell hanging. laros thi President Arthtlr' lihs' ittroyn away the chance of his life, that this Gov- ; eminent made a' gross-and fatal mistake in not sustaining" a bold. .policy, that the result was one that none but tho Government of this country would meokly accept, ,Ile cutis for the resignation of the feeble Secretary of'Stutonnd tho gluttonous Minister conclusion, replying toi tho questlofif Wfint remains for tho Irish race to do," 'lie says:"''1' Argument Is of no uso, agitation is powerless, and diplomacy is a myth. Let all Irishmen combine again, whether openly or secretly, for iu.thU vondutta which England has;' now .distinctly 1'iiallenged. Science must match itself against strength. It is ou this lino that we must avenge Hopo nothing from tho Americans; hopo nothing from tho French; hope nothing from tho Russians. Lot us rely upon jourselyes. Lot us organize a fund to givo line lAinuoners a lease ui iirewurKK. drfif is theTh&art'of Eiiglandr' Lot the eyes of our peoplo concentrate upon it until they scorch it llko a sunglass." MISSOURI LAW. ? The" Fare jHOveytIiej3conndrel James - Continuing-.- Mo., Dec. 20. Frank James, in charge of tho Sheriff of Dav County, arrived here Friday, It was 1. order of tho Court of Davis County that $j1wa,bjroughthere;and turnod over to his lunueuien,!wuo suwiaigoou. tor uu ance on January 14, to answer tho.' charge.. i.pf ''fcompHcitv in the jllue Cut robbery, He"' remained In tne bosom' of his family for nn hsur. Then, with hl went to Sansas (JJty to deliver himself up for in tho Mussle Shoals,' Ala., mail robbery.-'" -expected' jhat Judge Kfickelj fil tho United States Court, will giyfij him' into tlioliiinds ofrhls bondsmen ah'd'.tlfatjhS'.wllliifltbe allowed to spend Christmas with hJplfamlly id this city. Innane pi Ilallglon. i IMacoh,'" Ga. Dec Gejrge Goodwin (colored), a. Savannah preacher, hasgrown'lnsarioby story of tho JJlblo, relating' to tho Christmas season.. As tfio days"pasied hU'ehtiiwiasm on the subjoct bejsapq worked, np hrijjil ho imagined himself to be one of (the characters. jThll ''fyaki.iapOyUlti apjigaring on tho orner .f Ba'irnard and3 Congress streets, ,whare ho, dojiadufLiblintolf and declared thajrhojvas,, Johnthe Baptist, starting 4wnt;'PJ!l''wktho coming of tho greats than he. "Ild'Vas arrested by the polico, and will be held until his reason returns to mundano things. In Cochran, a whlto Methodist clergyman, Rev. Mr. Mc-i Griff, Is laboring under asimllar hallucN nation, auu unagiues uuusuii. in a living on. wild locusU and honey. Ha lias been adjudged iusano and ordered to a lunatic asylum. i u DlmBtrous riroIn jiTlnnbh'to. Milan, p., Deo. 23, Tho most disastrous fire Milan has had for thirty years began Friday morning' , in a defective flue In Kllno's boot and "Uoo. store,. and raged fiercely till daybreak, destroying, in addition to tho store wtyxo it started, tho hotel. Croft's stovo jtoro. Dow's crocerv. LlJoulsDoiv's tobacco. storjD.iblirard ha'U, and barber shop. Most of tho contents ofthe buildings wen saved In a more or less damaged state, but thd buildings are a total loss. The business center of tho town is in ruins. i Senatorial light Coin pltrat lon. Clkvklanp, Deo. 23, Something of a coraplicati'on; has nrfeefa. In tho senatorial light here. Tho Knights of Labor secured the election of two representatives of local assemblies upon tho Democratic legislative tlckot. Thojio two have been counted as Payno men, but Payne is a member of the Clevolund Rolling Mill Company .and dlda4 help tho Knights in their strlko last year, Honee,,thoy prpposo.to go for htin now. Tub English Lutheran Church at Rochester, thirty mllca below Pittsburg, was to- J tally destroyed by lire at u early hour u ay morning. AFTER PENSION SCAMP3. District AKornry CnrUIHll Making It Very lint for Tlmni. "WASniNOTON, Dec. 2.1. Immediately after tho Grand Jury hod reported, District Attorney Corkhill called tho attention of the Court to an oj.eu letter from N. TV". Fitzgerald, addressed to the District Attorney, which was published, a fow days ago in ono of the local Journals hpre, and in which tho writer criticized the District Attorney's conduct in attempting to prosecute pension attorneys and also in appearing as counsel for newspapers ' which Fltzgorald has sued for. libel. District Attorney Corkhill Bald a ropy of 'this lottcr had been, sent (o each member of the Grand Jury for-the purpose of inlluenclng their action, In violation nf the law. Judge Wylle said this was a matter properly for tho Investigation of the Grand Jury itself to determine if an attempt had been made to Influence them. If they could ascertain who sent tho letter or papers, and could learn from witnesses that the object was to Interfere with tho deliberation of tho Grand Jury, then tle party so doing was liable to indictment. A HEAVY DOSE. The Detroit Kronlng New Hit for S20.000 In a Libel Snlt. Detroit, Mich., Dec. 23. Tho Supreme Court this morning nfllrmed the verdict rendered in the Superior Court at Detroit, giving Professor McLean, of Michigan University, (20,000 damages in a libel suit against tho Evening News. Tho paper republished an article from, a Canadian' ox-change, alleging Hint some Professor at tho University had debauched a. marriod woman,who cntne to him for surgical treatment, and thereby drove tho husband insane. The Judge charged the jury that tho article in itsolf was privileged, and they must find evidence of malice lu tho publication or acquit. They returned a verdict for the plaintiff. Justice Sherwood dissented from the decision of tho Supreme Court. nt; Sitcnr (Imp In LtiuUlntin. Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 23. Reports received from tho sugar Parishes of Louisiana announce that the cane crop of IBS) is fully ready for market. The yield was much larger than anticipated, Owing to the ripeness of the cane, the crop of molasses will be short, and the warm weather' has also had a tendency to mako it ferment, thus decreasing Its value. Extraordinary yields nro reported on somo plantations, tho most noticeable being that of Bollo-Alliance, on which 2,fK',O0O pounds of pan sugar wore made and 700 hogsheads of open, kottlo Htignr. Other plantations did nearly as well, iviKirtlug a production of sugar and molasses exceeding nny crop since 1800. A Murderer Plead Guilty. Cincinnati, Dee. 23. John Bunker, who, together with Mat Flngherty, Frank! McIIugh, and John Murtagh, wore indicted by tho Inst Grand Jury for killing Peter. Morgan last Juno, pleaded guilty to man-i slaughter- before Judge Conner. He Is only sixteen years old, and efforts will be made to have him sent to the Reform Farm instead of the penitentiary. Flagherty,, McIIugh, and Murtagh, together with teen otMers indicted by the Grand Jury,, pleaded not guilty, and wore returned to Jail to await trial. THE EM MA BOND CASE. Testimony for th Dofanao Still Ine Slowly. Hii.Lsnono, 111., Dec. 23. Mrs. John C. Montgomery, wife of one of the ants and sister of Lee Pettis, testified that' she was at Mrs. Pf ttis' house from 11 o'clock) ou the day of' tho outrage and remainod until after lupper. According, to her niony Lee Pettis and Emanuel Clementl: were about tho house all tho afternoon.) After they came back from driving cattle she saw Clementl. in the wagon at various times in the afternoon. Bofnro her concluded court adjourned, Sensntlomil Divorce Rillt. Ciiioaoo, Dec. 2H. Mary W. Crane has filed a bill for divorce in the Superior Court against "Wm. Neill Crno, Mnnager of the New York Equitable' Insurance. Company, upon the ground of extreme, cruelty. The. parties were wedded November 10, 1870. Mrs. Crane alleges that diri has been beaten, kicked, choked, called vile; names, turned out of doors, and refused the necessaries of life' by her husband. Crane, she claims, Is worth $100,000, with a yearly. .income of $10,000. Judge Shophard grautedi an Injunction restraining Crano from disposing of any of his. property until the case can be heard. i i A Negro Hanged. Columbus, S. C, Dec. 23. Jerry Cox,i colored, was hanged at Goonretowti at one; o'clock Friday, for the murder of Huhbnrdi Rembert, a"young white man, while cross , trig the Sanlpit River in a boat on thenlgtit of tho 6th' of Juno. His object was robbery. Rembert was struck" over the' head with" a club, dislocating-his nock. Tho ovi dence against Cox, while circumstntial, left no doubt of his guilt. He protested hln Innocence tQ the last. The gallows wa. erected in the "jail yard, and consisted o two upright cross beams and a drop. The1 execution was private. TottONTO, Can. Dec. 23. George E. Evans, a bookkeeper of London, is en route for Now York in custody on the.ohurge.of obtaining $0,000 by forgery from Charles Vandorou, ono of the Now; York holrs to li tho Springer estate, at Wilmington- ijvhiclil Is worth faj,uuu,uuu. it is said ne and Charles N. Biorce, of Chicago,! now under arrest in New York on, the samo charge, issued circulars lending peo. plo to sujrpose they were authorized to pay money to heirs of the estate, and thereby raised money fraudulently, The. claw to Evans was obtained from in Blorco's brink. Evnns went to New. Yorkl willingly and said he could clear himself, Interettlng; Admiralty Law Question. Philadelphia, Dec. 23. In Juno last tho owuer of the tow-boat-Storm King, of, Boston, contracted to tow the Mary L. Qushing from Boston to Philadelphia for $1,000. Wlien off Barnognt Light the schooner Ephraim and Anna was sighted, in distress. The Storm King went to her assistance and towed her to the breakwater. Argument was heard on Friday In the United States Court In Admiralty to decide whether the slip or tow-bout Js to salvuge. Decision was reserved. . Obstinate Ilefuiinl tol'ny Taxes. Dublin, Dec. 23, Considiirablo excite-, ment has been causod in County Tipperary by tha absolute refusal of a largo number Of farmers to pay the police tax, Imposed 'in-der the provisions of the Crimes Act, HILLSBOICL,.,iEEfflQN .PROGRESS OF THE EMMAJONQ CASE Miss Ilond Again In IrearOn Cond tton MoTomonU of the Various,, 4 Arcuned D4TL npments,ln the Case. Taylohville, Ill,,D6c. 23. Miss .Bond, accompanied by her father, motber'and a "host of Wltneascs, has', just arrived .kerei Since her appearanco on ,,thewUne, stand, Miss Bond's health has boon very good, but the gaze of a curious public, 'coupled with the jolting of the 'car-, made hor norvous, and she , was (fultestck while returning. Clement! at Hllliboro, presumably Miss Ionia Pettis, to wbom.it is said. het s engaged, did. pot come home, John C. Montgomery left HiiUboro for home. on the same train, but went around by way of Springfield. There waa considerable comment on his a tlon, to the affect that he wai afraid to, pass tbrough;Taylorviltnd, as n lnt resort, they will bring f or.ward th abortion theory, ho went to rjpringlleld to roiiMilt with the physician who ' last 'attended Miss Bond, A P'ROCJLAMATION. -the 100th Anniversary of nil Important Kevolutlounry 1'vent, Wabiunoton, Dec: 23. By the President of tho United States of America, a proclamation. "Whereas; Both Houses of Congress did, on the twentieth Inst, request the commemoration on the twentythird ' Inst, of the one hundredth anniversary, of the surrender by George Washington, at,, A,n nnpolis, of his commission as Commander-in-Chief of the patriot forcos of America, and, Whereas: It is fitting that this memorable act, which not only signalized the termination of the heroic struggle of seven years for Independence, but alio manifested Washington's devotion to the great principle that ours is a civic government of and by the people, should be generally observed throughout tho United States. Now, therefore, I, Chester A. Arthur, President of the United States, do hereby recommend that, either by appropriate exercises in connection with the .religious services of the 23d lust., or by such publiu observance ns may be deemed proper on Monday, the 24th Inst., thil signal event In the history of American liberty be commemorated; and, further, I hereby direct that at 12. o'clock, noon, on Monday next, the National salute be fired from all th forts throughout the country. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the sent of the United States to bo affixed. Done this twenty-first day of December, In tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-three, and of the independence of tho United States the one hundred and eighth. Chester A. Arthur. PURITAN AND PILGRIM. Danfiuet of the New England Society la Itronklyn. New Youk, Deo, 2. At the banqsiet ot tho New England 8oclety, of Brooklyn, at tho Academy of Music in that city, about 300 persons sit down. Among were President Arthur, General Grant, Henry Ward Beocher, ,. Mayor Low, Rev. Dr. Newman and Hon. Horace Bus-sell. The President of the Society) Mr. Benjamin D. Sllllman, in his opening' address, touched upon the leading .topics, of the day, laying some stress upon the question, which was later made the principal theme In the remarks of Mr. Beocher aud Mr. Newman. President Arthur ou being introduced was greeted -with hearty applause. He responded' in: o, few neatly turned words of tliankx, General Grant was introduced and was loudly applauded. He briefly 'excused hlmself'from speaking-at nny length Rev. Henry Ward Beechcr, speaking to .the to,t, "Pilgrim! ftud Puritan," made a lengthy jand philosophical address eulogistic of Puritan character and purposes. NOW FOR. GORE. The Hnyllen Opera HourT "Wavy JTobll With the American Bugle.. Philadelphia, Dec. 2.T. The American schooner S. J. Watts arrived here hut night from Hayti. Captain Watts reports, having suffered an outrage of His vessel, while sailing, in the Bay of Port Au Prince, on the eveidngoi .November .28, was boarded by the crew of a Hoytlen man-of-war, and he and his men made a narrow escape from-death"' at; the hands of their captors.- The leader of the negroes was a white nian, who said he was Captain Cooper, of the Hay tion man-of-war Dcsallines. He examined Watts', papers, and, after saying "I don't think, you, .are tlie.nian we topk you to be," allowed, him to proceed, Cooper is the son of Rear Admiral Cooper, of tho United States Navy. A. BAD SWITCH. Cniisen a Had Accident on, the ran. Handle Railroad, i Ciiicaoo, Dec. 23, Freight train Nq.,44, on the Pan-Handle Railroad, while twenty miles an hour into tho.' city, was derailed and the locomotive fell o er on its side.' .Martin Murphy, the engineer, John Gorman', the' fireman,' end Roy James, a braketnan, yrcre in thecAb nt tho time. Gorman was instantly 'killed Jamra suffered a 'fracture of his- skull, which may result in death. Murphy uninjured, The Coroner's' jury returned a verdict that the accident1 was the result of a misplaced switch-, and I recommended that the Pan-Handlei Cosapaay adopt a more modern "and efficient pattern of switch. i Chicago .Street Thugs Settled, CniCAao, Dec. 23, "Joo" Dorr an,d Henry Gillespie were sentenced on Wednesday by a jury to ton and two in the penitentiary for robbing; a man on the street. Gillespie confessed Jhat Dorr, although bearing a, bad reputation, was innocent of the crime, but was arrested by Officer Ryan, who had a grudge against Dorr because the latter refused to tell what ho knew about a certain burglary; It was Ryan's evidence thatseenred The New Hampshire UuteUv Trial. New Haven, Conn., Deo. Torrenco has decided that tha, warrant of Governor Walter In thi Walpole, ,N ,H burglary habeas corpus case was, malcient and dismissed the writ. Crandall'sooppsfl gave notice, ot an appeal to Court and wanted the prisoner hsld jintll the matter could be 'decided Judge decided that, bis. jurisdiction over, the case ceased when the, wrjt was' dismissed. Craudall was taken to Walpol "