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CITY ANUUOllNfY MUEOJUilf.' Cutirlw Clrcntl Court. Judge A. K. Cole. ' Cominonwoaltii'n ttorooy T.A Curron, I). Pair i - Juilorson. I Dliti Perituo. Deputlerf: ninllUc'iJeiMOin ' ' ' . u r k 1 in jitnuan April, July and ouiinerlu eueir jerfr, ftnn y court. Judgo Win. I. t'ooiiH. Uouuty Attorney J j. .Wliltuker.a , V. Bart. ,..,, ..,,, Becoud il. ildayx uoii'iiArot'l. ; t"tir 4!uurt, , i , Tuesday Himr se&fin. .MonUuy lulnrcli, Juno,depttmber and Jtecointwr in each j ear. , , No. 1. Wesley Vicioynad J.-L. Grant, rtr and inliii fiuadaya lu March, Juiie.dopli'inberuud 1'ccehibe.r Alaysvillu, No. Si. M.F. .'Inrh uud James (Jlmiul)uiliMii H in I riaturday uud rouitu lunt Uii) , 8amu inoiitho. Dover, No. 8 JuinwKuitiMliHW and A. F. Uouyiib, d l auu tulid tVeUuenduy, mint' Minerva, ". l-O. N. "Weuvor aud J. M. Iiyar 11ml and tlntd same mouths. UeriimuU tii, No. 1, Wciidwiml hild Jar. 1 11. I 'iiueu lliwi ami third Satu, days', 1 1 . ' ' sardls, No. -J. "l. UiUandJ..U. Urlgsb uecond and lourlh WatimUyn, .haute mbntii. MavHllob, No. 7 I. W.Wliltuitmalid J, 1). Raymond, iccoudand lourUi Ftldajn, am IIKMlUlH Lewisbu.2, No, 8-J. M, Alexuuder a .o Thuao I .UIlvalnu unci luuilh aailii iiIOMih. uraugebuig, M I V, D. I'oryel'.Hud ,ViU Farrow tin I Saturday uud Jaol My inlay .sauic. months. , ",, . V Washington, No. lu HUnler ami Thoiniit UuwiiIiik fointli uDtl tlilnl Wfdueda: , same uiontlis. , ... MurpliveVlllf, No. J i i.ewlH Jeiluron atu, John c. :lls Imlilli .lonlay Hull llind Tuuntdity, Kaniu moiitliH. Fern Lawl, No. U-H b Miihtlii and J. i, 4IiHiud imd Miillr,tf.Lii1l(iy?;alU(i moutliH. CollNlH lrM. " Maynvllle, No. 1-U. 1 Diiwhoii. MayMVIll , no. I., .tllllrill. ' '. ."(". 7.1 It. .McMillan. Minor vu, No. I I'loliUld opwanlw i UHriiiiiiihiu;ii. Kn. jlkAiuiiiVutillWur HarUN, No ti Frank Ulttiid. S H LowlNbulu.NO. S . .M.HtrDilu, i nr.in.ri)ltlir.r. hfimull liUp. ? WaalllllKl.iil, No, lu Ueolgu. UUoggltl. Alurpliysvillo. No. II W. it. 1'iatliei. Fern Leaf No. 12 tl. W. Wood. Noricly Jlrt'lliiKH Mimoults Contldonuu No. R'A IliKt Monday oi each moulli. . , , , Maxon U)ii?o,No,yK.Vlilrd Monday Of cutsli month. . , j. .) May MVlllit, Cliuptor, No.U,Meuiudtouday ol eacliinoiiiii, , mi! viP: Mayitvlllo Comiiirtndery, Nofioj; tonrtl. Monday ol each luoiilh. "-" t.o.o.r. j I'lHgah Kncaiiipmeut, No. P, tx.ond auu touri.n .MonUajhlii (.acli inonilia al7o'clocb. DoKull) l.odtfn, No. 12, ulglil,tiau( weok,at7o'oU.k. Ulugguld. No. 'Zl, Wednesday night, each 7 o'clot If. iiululilH of Honor. n....l Tiifwlaj ol each month. Lodge loom on Mutton Ktietit. ,ti H. ol' 1. Llinestonu Lodge, No. :W, FrlilA rilijhl ol each WtfuU. ' -k i WudiibNduy night each wt'flKjttthlriallou Becoud all cut. fiodtilliy li. t.M. Heoond and lourlh duiidayH in each inohlit, at their hall on L,lnntim(j btrot'I. iliilhctv 1'. A.A KlrnUSunuui lueach'fuonlti.afthTlruallon Limestone " , S4 Ml. 1'ntrlcW'N lit ieoflleutholpiy. Becond funday In each inontU.'at theli Hall iKr SitxUvrn' (ImIoii. i Flint Tuehdayailght lnleaolijiuontjij & jm. dVT. Monday nlithtot each weelc. MT Jtiiil.. f i jfi K..O. It. U.,nrrlve'atfi.0O a. m.fmidBilS j. m. UaparU at tXJ a. in. and'12 l p.in A Bonanza, down .Monday, Wednesday aud Vrldayn at (t p. in. Up Baturdayatp.in'. Si Tbo lloanl 61 Council raeeU Urn day evening In each month. .,; aanuury. C'oil'iicll Flret njrik. worth, Hohoit Frosty , 3aV: ril Becond V WilartlnV.X boinux (Jj .M. Btockton. "Ov Third I'earce, K. W. tzgorald. David iieciuugor. Fourth J. P. PlilHter.B, A Wal-1 lnUIOIU.JOUU YV, rtlttXIIUIllT. FUth Ward Wm. ll.Matllow, JambH Half; Edward Mvall. Trnasnnir Rtiil Collpctiir K. K. 1'earPi Olerk Harry l'uyloi ..uij 111 MarHtialJaiiie Hedinondnfl IJi w W,. ujwit. J tii Wharfmuslur liobmt Moulin. Woodaua Uoal Inspector Peter Parker. City I.T.Htiodo. Keoperof Aljua.lloustj MrmH. MIIIh.w, v -a r - riiiut; TMll.i:. Kentucky iGBBirra);R.B. Tlinp Ik I winly iiiIuuIoh Mo.er than time heieu loro xi vmi. I i I a i - I a HTATION" A M rl T.T' . -i. t iHP.'M Lvo.Maysvllle. .1 u IS .;)l.va Lex'ton 7 tKi sw miiii'iu " CliirliN " Mam'U. " Huleiu 05 ijll"! ' Mll'tiV. Ml liV, " JOIlll'll, " KllZ'lln " Kwlng. mi 1,11 " PiVnij T'itt'7 " lotvaii " P.ValV UiV. J B.S .KWIiiB.. " lniir 7 01 1 IN ," Kiitrile. J7.ai .7 P 41 UailMit, 7iu iw ;; JRiuVJw7,ni " Mlllc'r. .. . J' Helena. 7 Jo i7 " MII'Iju'u 7 & 2 10 ' MaiVU. .7 43 7 " I'Ju'ii'u .... .... " t'laik'H 7M74U Arr. Lex'lon II .41 fin Atr. Ma?iffe S.St MM Arr.C'ov'ton lll 4 Hi J a!.M. piJi im( if. -M .:j, 'ZCit It. for ANhlamt. Hinllijgtiin ad ilj fa in me isiim aiiibfoniiiifanij.wiiii.vHti v....ji 4. T. I it. ll.. rni'diiutuuofta AiiiltlieSouthl with, tho tt. 1 N ,lt,.U..lor Louisville. .V w m Kt w w Jftf O. L. HHOWN, rxt j U. I', mid T. A iikUm, rluininiTHburg null round Onp Coniieitliiv wlthTiiUiiH nn K, U. It. It. liaveFi.iMiNnrii nuuoloi JnliiiHon Hlat'on: , t'lnclnndtl Expyew", " l-" p. m. Lexlnaton. " 7-n ! in Mavavlllft KxnrflHH. , LeaviUniiMoNHTATioj" for FJoralngshiugop, thuarilvnl rruiUM on tho Knv, iK i-.; CJ.1 a. m. 1:00 pm, fvix 11 in IM pt P7f PIANOS and ORGANS,. 37,Ni!onl ali4t, Maynvlllf, Hy, JU. IT. MEX.GrlQl, Afft. WHALINfr THE ARTFUL. THE DEATH OF A NOTED SWINDLER, The nomnrknble CifreVr'o! bn&itn HvJl ine HU U? andiPown on the If lokla Tide of Vnnrlncltiled Adventure jll l , . i t T Nw, YobKuDoc, 87. The dlnpnttll .from JUIlwaukee nnnoundng the doath Of Jamea AVhallng, which was pubfUfied yostei'Uay, caiibod homo talk among hardware dealer. James Whaling wa a member of w lmj dwaro,. ttj ni.of I'lorco that liax&Jatao Jn MtlWalikei for Whh 0JJ0. Froiuliieiit busiiiesa, mw Jn, this city renVoniberod' wben ho moved In the first circles of Now York society, and also when he was arraigned In Court at different times on various charges. ' He was tho eldost iwiuot Jamoa W -Whaling, ftfiol Auditor 'of tho ' & Bt. Paul llallroml, yhon James beg'an acClva life twonty years ago, Ho was an ontertnlnlng conversationalist, and had a handsome appearance.' Thd 'linn.o'f Piorce & Whaling did .4 very large Western and Southern ,tradov Mr. Whaling lived afc:thoTmot fatufonableM wtl and gavo tho most olaborato dinner paitles in 'IIo said himself, a tew years afterward, during the progress of Homo suits, that It had cost hin between $16,000 and $'20,000 a month to support Ins wlf and child at. the hotel. Much heavy expenses made it necessary for him to have money. gndJiq 'ftiucohce'rried In sevcAT xatf qucsiiuiiauie traiiHactluus. One gentloiuun conhfeeted witl PUcllic Itnllroad", in this city, lost $15,-000 by honoting Mr. Whaling's check, and anothor $:JU0 whon he accepted Whaling's draft. About six monthVagu ho 6aifio to this city and went to the Now York Hotel, and It ttfrleura tho" 'hotel 'wad out $700 by Mr. Whaling g visit. Whin he came heio hu.was yeaiii of age, and about six foot in haight.,He drued ole. gantiy and took'the heart of th6 hotel proprietor. He seomvd, alvrnVH to huvo money, although he never paid a'lleblt t)no of' hit liltn, sniil ho was a fast rifan. OtlieF friends sa'd that it was nothing unusual tor huu to spend $.'i00 A night opening bottles of champagne Irftho card loonw of tho different clults. Mr. Whaling remalned.bere f.our monlw and thou in June went tor Cranston's Hotel, on the Hudson, lor the summer season. MtanWnVa, glve'tfa'c.r'af t for. $700 on a Buffalo linn, which was returned dishonored. His- bills at the New York Hotel, had not' been paid, and on -June 20 tocthe J.arkin went to Wert Point and him. He was held in $1,500 ball by Justice Duffy. It was said at ,tliHD '.hat there were detectives on their way froirl' Glasgow, Scotland, to arrest htm on; tho charge Jf euibeizlelnelit, alid yoslerday Detective Larkius wild it had always been a mystery how" Whaling .ebtapod befoio those otlkors arrived. When he left this city hff went West and engaged in business lii Itahsas. 1'or a time he woli fame and reputation in Kau-bus. Dotuctive Larkius said that" there 'too Mr. Whaling gptJntodllllcuUles because his Income dIdiibteqUar his expenses. AVialijig left 1Cajia bofuowhaf hurrlodly and' bcgaiV busfness again w Milwaukee. HewasTiofsurccssfql.ilalf, a dozen different companies' were subsequently started by him, but lu none of them did he miike money, and two weeks jijjo ho, accepted a good position on tho N6rthom Pat-Illo Rail-(road, A Hunter ISIrot Iy ilutiog. CmcAOCY. J3ec, ?7H3porg Cass,' living near Peotone, 111. waa shot and klllod bv his dog Christmas Day. Case was out hunting, his gun cockod,wi'Ch the butt lng on the ground and tho muzzle pointed at his head. 'He 'called his dog-, which,'' climbing up yfith hisforepaws on his master's breast, nrebsed "the t'riceer with one hind .foot. i Thq jgun wariscbarged bj j suiiiiiy Killing vnsu, miu, in loriy ininuies floiu the time he left the house, he was carried back a corpse. A ftue'er'Ortint From Canada, Ottawa, Canada, Dec. 27.--The Deputy for the Canadian Manufacturing Association has called the attention of tho Government to the injuries the manufacturers are suffering from the large importation Into tho country from the United States of articles which are manufactured by prUon labor, whatovor they will bring In tbenarketi states that no discrimination can bo made in the duty agalnbt articles labor.' - J ..;.' r. I .. . V's " J Hail Sinaali Up oa the New York Central. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec 27. A. special tc the Newssays: Abdlit S o'clock a. m. Wednesday as the second sectionlof ths New York Central and St. Louis limited express on the Central, duo at 7:10 d. m. In this city, vas returnlug hto Rochester it collided with a switch engine and utterly demolished it, besides' telescoping a Wagner car and slightly damaging others. No . pabsongorn were hurt. One car was forced !upon tho top of the engine. A ratal Fnll. CiNCtif ATI, Doc. 87. Wednesday morning as John Iiuuer, forty, was walking through tho third story of M. Werk & Co.'s factory, on Poplar street, he made a misstep and fell through the hatchway to the botte,fl66rfirdlstarie5'of thirty feet. Three of his ribs weie broken, besides being badly injured in other parts of the body. Ho died at 10:50 a. m. Suspected Foul Play, f New Haven, Coiinf," Dec: 27.' George Shaier, ayed a mairled man living In Orange, was run over by ,& tra'n on the mbfMaiUUd a"i5d ofTe hit culoir,, He W taken 6n boa'rtl but died ueiore reaching dcppU unploions are expressed that ho might have been in-lined before he was put 011 the track, as Jie had Wine strauge bruls'es on tho bead. a Much scau'dal Hb resiiluw at ..Martin's 'hitherto. hartrcd with nerformlmr an abor. tlonTPH E)la LypploJ'jBgcd leventcen, the unluornw daughter of aigiily jiaionta. mnemau gave tioud of $s?,ooo. vr!n dleM Monday tjfght, . , p,H K? "L"i Another Associated Prs l"abrloUon. iw PvoHTAUOUTHN)H.tDec, 27.-.The Ides by 'the accident on tlteEa(itrii llbad at jpf.Hijbli Vgnfllo4 aqc'ofnts Jiava iboen aeutoutiby he Associated. Preas. instead of reacWiiC' $36,000,' Will faU hi WW WW, j JI'?SnK,rl? ftid,1 tdi have,boeu, , wrecked tit datuagod.ouly to the extent ol $500, iviwwfi .."rttt j ,wrnv. 1 ,1jAJJjJL Sfc ft3? , w .. ttcf.HHTnfc 1 &f$3 UlStlla ' .'.. , ,, . - . .. . VOL. 3---M 6. 30. . , hlllrW e"l lllHiHf MAi.,Siaftffl3TJM8aHiS; law. PRICE ONE CENT. V! 'vYASHINBTOil fMlTEM. i e 1 i 1 n 1 .. s.v n m t to Cneral pQittKrfintt eCflatqresiiM the Caplfal. WASniKaTOW,'Dec, S7. Thei report of J. W PowollpDlreetor of tho, United States Geological Survey, for the' month if De cember, b&s been. tary of the Interior. It states that with verytwrnodCfijorft tiljojSeld Jfkd aro now putting "lii deflnite shape tho results of thoir summer work. Tho geological parties have also 'returned and are engaged In like occupation. Director Powell says hat tUerwWoracof Dm policy of the Seoritary 'of ithe NaTy'lneS1 tailing young naval ofllccrs to sclentlflo work ia fully borne out in the results accomplished. The topographical work In New England under Professor Walling, he sas, will be continued during the winter, if practicable ;8fet of l'rtfoeor,,Gore,.in, .IBoTdis'lrlct of thlK SoulrTA'tlaitW, liaoW pauiiuaiiy compieicu. Air. u. t. ouumj has mado satisfactory progress in collecting material in regard to forestry statistics, which will assist in the preparation of tho report on dralnago and forestry. The district of thojlocky .Mountains, Thompson; 'made 'commendable iniHrveys in thVtT sbcMoh. ' This work will bo resumed in- the, spring. jSjio work of the month, the Director says, is highly gratifying, and hecommends the intelligence aud eneigy with which, it has been puttied & I mEPAJUNO TUB ArPKOPRIATIONS, Chairman Randall will appoint a subcommittee within a few days to prepar Pensions, Military Academy appropriation bills, so that they will be ready to submit to the Hortsd" Immediately after the holiday recess. A quorum of tho Committee on Appropriations met at tho Capital Wednesday and informally the gehoral subject of The policy of tho Committee will be one of economy and retreuchinqnC BCCRKTART FOLOEK AT WOHK. For tho first time in a fortnight Secretary Folger was, on Wednesday, at his desk lu the Treasury Departments c " - a THE 01UCELY,nKLIEF COMM1TJEE. The Army and Navy Boardu to consider plans fdrthe relief ( of Xloutcnant ?Gree and 1rty, held another meeting' Wednesday, but without transacting any business. Adjourned until Wednesday next. A DEPAllTMENT OF STATE fTEM." t The Department of .Stasis .informed that a rule rius been eatnbllthed ot all ports 'iijPerti'thftt vessoU arriving must lib wlth'a bill of violation of the order is punishable by a flue of from $100 to $1,000. POSTOFflCE CHANGES; a t An Klevatlon in the (Jrde of n Large Nuiuber of Mmall Offlces. Wiii&bVoif, De'c wAtte f?loyng pokCofllces' will be made 'residential on January first, nex,t, and the compensation fixed as designated iii,cach instance: Lebanon, 111,, $1,000; 111., $1,000; 111, $1,. 000; Goodland, Ind!, $1,000; Manrilrlg, Iowa, $1,000; Add, Iowa, $1,000; Kas;,' $j,0;.L'Indsburg!, Kai.,$100; Howard, Kas., $l,kU0; Uarjier, Kas., Carbbudalo, jja $1,000; Crystal- Falls, Mich'.. $1,100; Fentw&ter, Mich., $1,100; Kalkaska, Mich., $1,000; Bangor, Mich., $1,000; Homer, Mich., $1,000; Howard City, Mich., $1,100; Leslie Mich., $1,100; Little FaJIsMinn., $1,000: Pe.ham, Minn., $1,000; Monroe" City,' MVJ $1,000; Hultzvlllo, Mo., ,$1,100; Albany, MO., $1,000; California, Mo., $1,100;-Madl-son, O., $1,000; New Richmond, O., $1,000; Port Clinton, O., $1,000; Rock Hill, B. O., $1,100; Yorkvllle, 8. a, $1,000; Penn., $1,200; Hawley, Jenn., $1,100; Eldred, Penn., $1,100; Jonosboro, Tenn., $1,000; JJazomaule, Wis., $1,000; U.....UUV.U, ,Vl.t,i,.W, JU.,, -U..., $l1,I00;LporW.Cltyf, Iowa,' $1,000,' polls, Mich., ,$1,109; Marencia, Mich., $1,-100; Moun'd Cltyj'MtJ., $1,000;' 'Billings, Montn$l,100; Loudon"rille,.0,, ?$1,100' Medford, Wis., $l,3X)j Keatland, tad., $1,-100; Remington, Ind., $1,000; ' Manson, Iowa, $1,100; Vail, Iewa, $1,000; Osag Mission, Kas., $1,200? Glondalo, Athens, Tenn., $1100; D&d&aello, Ark., $1,000; dtussellvUle, Ark., $1,000; Quitman, Ga., $1,100; Port Townsend, Washington, Territory, $1,300. A NICE LEGAL POINT Involving the Effect of Certain of ttio Now York November. "KleetlonW J J New York, Dec 27. A question t In volving a nice point of law and affecting tbos twelver additional Judge jofrthe. Su,-; promeAuourc ejected inrouguouc tn eve la November last, has been raised. The question . Is as to when the terns of, the- new Judge begin. Those who Tobed for-the candidate At the last election imagines! that they were to go oa the bench, at tho beginning of the approaefeiag year,i but, through the short-sightedness of twov Legislatures, the have been thrown lp doubt f'W juefwja they bhould assume 'the ermine. Most of them have concluded that they "will not "have a leol right uutil th's first Monday fax June next. i A New Ilavan Church Row. Nhwi. UA.YJL11. V.U11I1.. WU. tf . 1UO. troubles' in the Hebron ' Congregational Church hare been temporarily settled.-The cotninlttee have reported on tho five1 charges against ReV. Mr, Cutter, brqUght. by r. FiUmere, whom Cutter had nounced. The charges were tlat Cutter was wrong in denouncing" Fillmbro for polygamy, jn that be had three divorced wives livine. and the last two to ttio effect a?Rhyperiurj flTieTilrrtifchargea wefo BWrtariHodf aftd'tlld last two disproved. It was YOted that Air, Cutter be ihittlly reprcwd, Tho jiejxirt of the committee -was accepted and Cutter made no. opposition fliereto. . It J Ixjlloyed that the pastor will eeek' other moor, !- tB'i1 n Th.BrV' Goods " New Youk, Dec 27. The tone of ha market eentluuea very quiet, as is always the casx during the holiday aeiuton. Jobbers are busily engagtsl tukTng'J nttuuui ui nucx nutiuiuau uj un WyJiJ nuha,oJWj,yeAr.l'' lWettfy.co'um)nUy2a.' yery lisht demand at first hmida. and the movement on aocosnt of buck orders is 4ulte"ntterte At rcent. Caeerfuli(fv count aW cmfn Jdtjwijjl Irpiu - $ of ti.u large distributing P9inta in tho 'Wot and otitawMsV where .Jobbew have comi year'S'btiel&eM bavteg 'graved to"bo fairly "satlsjactory, whilf stocis are lr uij govu suapo auu juuuu iiuuiur man U'Uai at thli ttajgpof tha Reason. .. ... vt o-i-T 1 A LI-W-k lt I NEWS .Wi0LpW0Klil) ANOTHER pyAMlTE" OlJjBREAK. ?riirn Kxplosluns In Varjoun I(artV n Urent In Tonijuln lisneiilnns Aniodtf Rnsstnll Si- LONDON,-DJ. irJa'revital,,of attompts to destroy life and property by explosives. JJesldo tho explosion at Birkenhead on tho night of the 25th, a dynamite cartridgejjxplododjn Barrack street, fftiribaiSey County Tyrone Ireland, roof V fiouso."'A box of explosives, with fuso attached, was found on tho track bftlnf Great Western Railroad, near Axmtilster. TONQUIN. Pnsj, Dec, 27. It Is loporlod thatthe .doyernment haa ickgranhl ,AdrftJral his vletoryat Sontay with the utmost jiroinptneiw and onergy compatible with prudence. It is expected Admiral Coiirbet wfll make ap attack upon Hong Hoa boforo inarching against the iriK tYfal MbhoKtia&itiL Pakih, Decv Hit Two hundred-students, feeling offended by .an ntlcjp, irtlio Journal," IjesFeged tho office and demanded a retraction. Thq editor refuxed, and the students dispersed but jvill meet again to dotorinluo a course ' ' ' s toiiirsiio. - 4 Ji lllKHENl10SH AMO.NO THE ROCIAUSTS. DE'itr.ty, Pec. !7. Dissension has arisen among the Socialist Itaders nt St. Petersburg, regardldg tho piontion of of tho November immbors of tho Studonts' paporand the NildlUti paper, FOHEIli.V MllhK, Jenn Baptiste Uiivnln Ixsuoiir, architect, and member of the Institute, is He was boiii in lTfll. The salarj' of the Archblshopof Paris, recently cut down to 15,000 'francs, has been n-stored to4,000 francs. At Mil important Consistory to bo held JifiSfofcR oevcrol creates I, and America will piobably got one of them. Uraiigeiheh In procession at Harbor Grace, Canada, w ere attacked by, a mob. Tin 00 men were instnntly killed and several mortally wounded. 'THE OHIO'niVER FLOOD. River ami Tributaries IlUlnc bat th Hiinirer Uelleved to bcrl'nst. CCI.n.vati, Dec. 27, The. Ohio is still booming, rising at the rate of three hUI?' with- forty-seven feetin, the water-works gauge. Navigation is much ilolayed, aud boats are over due on account of driftwood, rjlusmoss'.mon in the bottom aro rapidly removing their goods to places of safoty. Tho water crept up over Rlvor street during tho night, and covjtb Jhe 'ground floors of "Raf, 'and "ManUgo ' Row to a depth of six inches. The inhabitants are moving rapidly to places, of safety. In thejEast End, Water street is flooded for 'many squares, and the cellars of many large business houW on Front street ar filled with water. Hhonlil .the rise. in the Ohio continue at the present rate until night the loss will be great. At Newport the JLibkiiTr U still' rising, though the danger is believed over. No further damage to property has occurred since the last rejiort, In Covington or Newport. Ou the Rolling , Fork,, Hardin County, a saw mill was "washed away aud N,ick Peters ,ud WnuaShanahan were drdwned' while endeav6ring to save'Itl'The mill and building were valued at $5,000. At a later hour the river had gained a depth of feet' two Inchfe 4Qd was gradually rising at the rate of two inches per hour, a falling Off Of several inches. There is no further damage to f flood, either fat CoVlngtbi, Newport or Cincinnati".' The general opiiiion 'among well-posted river men prevails that "with the present condition o'ljtjio weather the river will reach its height in a few hours. A, TERRIBLERIiyi? , , U Oliastfy Placovery Dlado In Cincinnati. L'lNcmfTAir; doc. 1 hq uouy or an unknown man. v. astound concealed in a streams along Spring Grova avenue by a man?named Fischer, on his' way Xo work. A)ti,iidkerchief waa tied about the eyes1 crushed,. and''doep?'a"hes about tho neck,, and, face. A rope around the neck" h'ad been used to drag the body to the place of concealment. The 'bodybore evidence that life had been extinct but a short time. It was brought to No. 5, but has, not. been identified. The' theory ssthat -he was murdered and robbed. Ho is aged, about forty years, and plainly dressed. ' Thought to be a'farmer "" ' I ?ll"T nt Festival, , c 1- Kcfroif". Mo.,' -Deo. roond Church, about six miles north of town, the negroes hail k festival and oyster supper, 'Everything passed off 'quietly' till 1 about ten o'clock, wbentho peaceable prowd was converted Into "a inob. Clubs," razors, and pistols filled the air, rendered hideous by screams' and prbfnuity, Bam BrUner, Pave Brdwli, Sim Loach Jnd George White taking active parts. Bruner was struck dvertho bead with a club and taken from the church far dead, bat came ' to life after a tlnie. He waa reported dead this morning. A number of others received slight injuries., r i 1" ii ,ii', t. ' Hurneil to Death, Dec 37,ttJ. B( Cook; fifty, sevens started to make a fire in his little cabinet-making shop in ,the year .of 852 W ,West Fifth the" blaze Kadi started he cotnmenoea pouring 111 oenzme fjom a can, when suddenly Uienelghbyrs w in and found Cook in flames, which had ignited his clothing, -.-Patrol-No. I- moved him to the hospital, the poor man 1 suffering" mbst horrible agony, His body was burned from head to foot, and he is ex pocted to die at any moment, leaving a twife and large famlly'on Fdlton avenue. " Jl.fei.atl broiJ'rrrVdo. . 4 ' f Cincinnati. Deo 27. The thirty-fifth an- nual report ofSifperlntendent Maxwell, of .the Chamber of Coujmorce, on, the grain trade for tho past year shows a considerable falling off in the business In this city. The imports and expoHeraie' as ' filloWs Bar? ley Receipts, 2,091,531 bushels; shipments, J5,(4' biwual. ttptMi, Jnishels; slilpments, 1,100,7!5) bushels. Oate fl,l!Uj057 bushels; shlpiBeate, 12s.810 '' bushels. Rye Recelpte, 7a0,01 shfpmente. 05,607 bushols., Wheat Receipts, uusueis; suipmuuu, 8.U77Jiil btuluU, Colored Cltiaan Convention at Columbm, Colvmbuh, Doc, 1J7, The Colored fios closed. A, State organization waa made, with C. L. Maxwell, of Greene County, President; G. Durrell, of Springfield; H..G. Wells, of Delaware; Fred Stlth, of Cincinnati; J. H. Drown, of Cleveland, and John Galiff, of Rons, Vice Presidents. George Comly, of Cincinnati, editor of the Colored Patriot, was elooted Secretary, A memorial was adopted and ietit to S. 8 Cox, asking his influence against a repetlMon of Southern outrages like tile .'Danville riot. Resolutions wei e passed asking the Legislature to pass laws for the protection'Of 'Colored men; asking Stato aid for common schools, and recommending colored people to form Joint stock companies ia business. A State Committee was appointed one from each Congressional District. W. H. Parhain and T. W Johnson represent the Cincinnati districts. A Gorman Font Ofllco Thief Yanted. Nkw Yohk, Dec. 27- August Fiegol, the Consul Geiieral of the German Empire in this cityj. bs received a cablegram stating that Frederick Christian Hurre, a post bfllce clerk at! Ihrh6a, Germany, absconded on Dobembsr 16th, taking with him 2,W8 rnarks belonging to the Government, anil five letters' containing rt,4tV5 marks, left at the for dellVeiy, and for which the Government Is mpbntible. The police of thUcity have been nolifled to look out for him, as it U supposed ho has fled to1 America. Bnrre Is described as twenty-four years old, (if 'middle height, square built, aiid dark healthy complexion. Swindled bj Forsl Notes. CLKVEI0.3D, O., Deo. 27. F. J. Creque, an Akron, Ohio, broker and money-lender, bought a number of endorsed note recently from a stranger, When he sent them to the First National Bank of Watren for coilecHon'it was found that one and all were forgeries. Tho paitiee by whom the notes were supposed to lie payable are all prominent farmers. Tho endorser was W, L. Baton, a shaip swindler who went through the country last summer selling Bohemian oat to farmers, which were paid for, but never received. Rowdyism In it NwU Church. Gen.nva, Deo. 27. During tho celebration of High Mass in the Church of the Sacred Heart' Chi Iitmas, a party of brawlers' entered the building, stopped the eervlce, and began heating the priests with sticks The congregation interfered to protM t the priests and eject the intruders, and after a severe fight, succeeded in restoring order". Several of the priests were uvereiy threshed. Floods tu Indiana. JAsrat, Ind., Dec. 27. The Patoka river is at a very high stage, aud still rising. Unless cold weather comes soon Jasper will bo badly damaged. 4 Already the lower part ot the town is Hooded with from three td four feet of water in the extensive lumber yards. Five saw-mills, the and kg, and the roller are Hooded and work suspended. The railroad depot Is surrounded by running water three feet deep. No .trains art ru lining. ! - a The Affair. Gal,vesto,s, Tqx." Dec. 27. Regarding the rumor that1 the Governor has otderod out troops Ut 'suppress the disorder at Mc Dade, the scene 'of the recent whdlesah lynching add barigtiinary street fight, pri vate dixiftitdherf received hero fiom Austin say the 'Governor has not yet taken such action, altnoUgh the measure is considered. The belief prevails at Austin that the local authorities at McDade havo put down the trouble. . Suffering of Sailors, NewHaVkn, Dec. 27, The bark from New York to Calcutta, an chored off New Haven, All hanus wen frost-bitten, and ona man is dead. Hei master requested assistance. The martupra were taken tc the hospital. They are all Japanese, jtr i thought two will lose their feet. One wa killed by falling on the .deck Saturda nighji I Curious ronf Ide'nee. M0NTICF.1.1.0, Ind., Dea 27. A remark-'able coincidence occurred, her in which William trec.klin and a son of Jamoa Mc Kinley, bdth farmers, acl had their rlgul leg broke'rr' wbfio chopping wood. About three hi6hths"ago these same two men each isiifferrfii "a broker! leg, and on the same day iand aboht tlio salue time. Theyllelhe miles apart. New Coal Road. Jaspeu, Ind.,' bet. 27. The President ol Itlie 'Indiana Coal Railroad Colnitauv an 1nOuhcbs',tha; work on thd prdjected road iavIU be'befeun'as1 soon as "weather will per mii. TresJIUl'drtof the Vinccunes &cphlr River Railroad Company report that thi bonds of the company Will be put ou thi (market next month, aiTd work on that road will be comm'enced toon. ' Death of denerrti Kane, PHibArtkLVniA,'l)ei.'. si. UeiKiul Thoina Ii Kniie. 'ohrfofiheinost prominent citizom of 'the State, dlwl'at his' residence ilijtlijt City this momiiig of pneumonia. During the rebellion, ho, was (.'oloiieXof Uie famous Bucktal Regjment of Pennsylvania. General ivan1 wn" a brother of the famous ArclfoBxplorer, A IIUliop's Rlelr Hrlde. Denveh, Col., Dec. 27. Rev. Henry W. Warren, of Georgia Bishop, of Ejilseopal Church, wa married' to Mrt.,7lB"j w(dow of a cattle kiugjOfrtbat) hajuW "Mrs,, Hell's prqjHyty v( tetUnated. totwworlh aUut $2,1)00,000, Sheand'th Bishop.have thrxe childi en each. Anolhrhli'iw Hllde. Alma, Col,, Dec 20. A snow slide occurred near Montezuma Monday, which John Headstrom, John Ahlstrom and John Ling, three miner, half a mile down the mountain. Ahlstrom and Ling wfie puud to-day badly fiozen aud wiU probably die. Headstrom is sttlhmlssing aud must kllleL j Ml ill n 1 Liquor ali' C'ouventloii. CoMJunus, O., Dec. 37. The State of Linuor Dealers assembled, with delegate from all county associations, and organised with William Daekas, of Cleveland, a Chairman, who stated their object to be mutual relief aud protection with a view to securing the legislation desired. ,1 I.. Three Sailors tabbed. "ttaw Orleans, Wee. 27. In a row among jSpasUb sailors' ou the steamship Hurnacoa yesteraay,'Hyivia,J!eiva stabbed Anton's JCalkada doad, and Pedro de Ebhave and Jom llbva fatally. CONDENSED Montana'h gold mines have yielded $15,-000,000 this year, Jt'iioKS who are to sU In the trial ot James Nutt, at UnTontown, Pa., are receiving threatening Utters. Tnx prbceodlngs in the Protest Court of Inquiryr were without interest or news. At Madison, Ind., Mrs. Peter Myers fell on the ire Tuesday evening and died Wednesday mot nlng. The Rockwood, Tenn., Weekly Republican bfllce was totally destroyed liy Are Tuesday nlghtv Partially Insured, Origin not known. Dihpatchei from Denver, Colorado, report the assignment of B. Davidson, dealer in clothlhg', with llabilltlos at about $JO,000. Chahlka lfcCi7,TAM, siztyywr o.u, 10ft the alms house at St, Johns, N. B., got drunk, and was found frozen to death in the snow near1 the institution. A MATEniAt, train1 on the Chester and Iifitolr Narrow Gauge Railroad fell throilgh a trestle two miles north of Gaston, S. C. Conductor McQabe was seriously injured. Alfhed Benkom, a Chicago clothier, has assigned. His liabilities nre $14,000. The assets will not sufllce to pay all the creditors, nineteen in number. RonF.tiT Lehme, derlcr in gentlemen's fiirnUhlng goods at "JIH Vina street, Cincinnati, has failed. Estimated assets, $",-000; liabilities unknown. The body of a man was found on the track of the Big Four at North Bend Tuesday evening, snppbsed to be that of Charles Smith, a coal heaver, working at the elevator at the Bend, Late Wednesday afternoon Joseph of Cincinnati, was reported no better, lie had been growlt cw'aker all day, and hopes of hiv recovery have been given up. Governor Rut'.eh has rendered a decision refusing a pardon to George Hatha-way, the Fall' Rtvfir eiribezxler, as petitioned by many Fall River citizen and advised by his counsel. The and last of the Raymond excursion parties to California started Wednesday from thd Fltchburg depot, Boston, and numbered thirteen persons from various Kaslei 11 States. A gentleman who has been identified as Mr, Stewart, Chief Y)tlcer of the Cunard tea.mer IVrxia, oominltted'aulcide in a railway carriage, at WiUesden Junction, England, by shooting himself with a pistol. The suit of Sarah Althoa Hill against Sanator Sharon for divorce and, $(0,000,1X10 Is as remote from settlement as" ever. Both sides are now engaged in taking depositions. IUnK Mohawk, ,of Quebec, left New York Saturday for New Haven, Conn, She was caught In the great 'storm, and tho entire crew more or less many losing fingers and toes. Their .sufferings were inteiibo. The Janitor of the Standard Theater, St. Louis, left the furnace dampers open, smoke poured onto the stage, ensued among the audience. Several were badly bruised. The tfewry, Ireland, hunt, which took place Wednesday, was stdppoa'oy a party of Land Leaguer. The kaatsfeiea 'were str.ned, dragged from thoir borse -and beaten. Several of them were seriously hurt. C. T. CnAwVono, the- banker" bt Silver 1 City, N. M., Toeeatly.kMached in 1 New Y.ork, has, made ,aa N. Cohen. Ills liabilities are reported at Ubout'jWO.OOO, withksseti nominally about the same. Lieutenant Colonxii Stoma: ns, Unites States Consul at Ottawa. Ont. has been 1 requested by the State Department at Washington to Investigate the caso of Stephen lunn( an American citizen held in Ottawa for the past two years for trial f 01 the murder ot Charles ,Fltcner,o Cole't 'circus. Jkme Clement, formerly of Chicago, Hate of Dubuque, Iowa, one1 "of the oldest of lVestrn Journalist,-and a poet of) son n distinction, has just died at Butler, Mo. 'Ha was one of the original founders, and Ithe first editor of the 'Dubuque Dally Times, in 1857. He was extensively1 known (throughout Iowa. ? The retail grocery .firm of Frank &. Mc-Knight, at Erie, Pa. has failed, and were closed by the Sheriff on executions amount-ling to pver $11,000. Judgnieatsamountlng tc over $.10,000 have been entered mp against the firm. The failure a vensattnn in Erie, as they -were considered bne of the safest bouse bt the 'city. AuVh'kk received f rem Asamption Parish, La., report a small-pox 1 epidemic, piany deaths hay occiuredth victims being generally persons of the best society, the mewt protulntntbbeing Mrk a lady noted for iber., piety And I benevolence. Every effort U being, made, to jirevenl tho plague from spreading. Mn. AlbkHtO. WAhFiEtDiiiedafEIl. iote City, Md., Wednesday igeo forty-one years. Until receatlyihetwaa tjhief Engineer of h Wer Virglntaand ittsburg Railroad. In 1S7$h was Chief Kngineor of the scientifio axpwdltlea to Japan. H spent three ryearei in ' that country, after which, .he returned the United Slate and became Assistant State Engineer In California, A Horrible Crime. WnrELiwi, W. Va.j Bed: jtecl'sJ Sroni Beverly says: Eliaabetfa' 'Boaster eld and her two .children livteic.awa I Long Fork, of Cheat River, in a wUdpart or mewuuiry, nave Deenmuraereo ny unknown pni tios and their1 cabin biirnid'te I'onceal the crime. ' TheiJeeteiieanrtoriai making his weekly trip waa .yoJoVbjr'ttfo Uuklibn n men that the house wm burned, , add ou reaching the ruins' fctfd'a'iciVed Juman head and baked; heart la the" rate. fter a nonrch others, thoy haying thq) .apMareMiejjOfj b, ing crnkhud by some heavy A (-row bar was found hear by; 'Oa'aa alekte being gi en 100 ajiaembledeBdlawiaveett. g'atlon is Ixilng h,eld. MVSTgrlloug fcRlME. An Important Wftnasa In sUM,ML t HnUSi.Mowed'alrreW'r Dem wl 2,h , Mm who was found dead with his bead crualud to a jollrlast week, u&WW Rock Island RaUway. U IVeSaM iWa' family sasMSftnais'yrtiraS' gtxs, who doubUeas murdered him, and then threw his body under the iron whelt to conceal telr trim.