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1 V :M1 I lft tt I 1 vol.no:32. '-1; ;.;:....:::. :t , " price one cent." - - - - ii i i ' - : , 1 II I I ' ' -' P I I - .1 . . . H - . . - --- - - - . .T-T" COIIIICCIH It. lor 2 11 i: H'lO V.il v - - . a tilTY ANIMiUUNTT IHUBtilUllt; CotirtH Circuit Court. Jttdgo A. K.Colo. Common wo.tllh'rt -T. A. Uurrnii ciuik n. . riirry. rihorllt I'crry JurruiwHi." ilirtu Perriue. Jollerxoii. J. Wi Alexander. Juller Dcmiiirt Kllsgemld. . , Tuesday alter hocoihI Monday In Jnlinnry, April, July and October ju each yortrr Otiiimy court. Judge Win. l'.Uoolis.. duuuy Aiuinuiy J. L. whltukcr. W. Hull. . Hecnnd MniiiliiV v mouth., Court. Tuesday alter hmmiiii .Momliiy In Mnrclf, June, Meptoinlier mill December 111 each year, HuirUtriiteM Court; , MayHvllhi, No. 1, Wesley Vieroy nuil J. b. (Jr.uU, lirsl and I hint l'uiwduyH In Muruli, J iiui, September und December. Maysvillo, No. M.K. Marsh uud James Cliulnliuiiillii lli'xt ulurday uud Hiiinu months. .. Dover, No. ;i .lame Kainsliaw and A. F. tliHl nun llilid Weduupdu, name months. Mlnurva, No. 1-U. N. Vouvor uiiil J. M. llyur llrnt and third Tuesday, hhiiiu IllllUlllrt. Ueriiiautnwn, No. "i H. .M, Wtudward ,nnd Ja. 1 II. .Matiuuii rtrsunud tlilul HuttliduyH, Hauiu inuiiliiH. Mardls, No. M. Hull and J. ll.Urlgsby ccoud and lourtli HulurdayK, MiiiiiyinonUiB.' Maysllolt, No. W. Williams atid J. U: ltnymnnd, second and lourlli Fridays, saint months LuwikUiii'Ui No. -J. M. Alexander a id Ikiiiiq 1 .Mclivainu second and lourtli nuiiiu mollis. uruiigeburu, No. U W. D. Coryell 11. furrow nrsi oaiuruuy uuu mouth. Wiishlimtoii, No. Hunter and Thomas Downing Couilli Tuesday uud third Wednesday, hhiiiu mouths. Mitrphysvllle, No. n i.cwls Jottorson uuur jouu a. wuiih louriu jioimay mm iinm Tliursday, mime iiioiiHih, Kuril Uval, No. K. Manila and J, U. UiircuHN, Huuoud and fourm OaUirUayd, iminc liioutlis. t'ollMtllt'lPM. MaHVlllL', No. 1-C. 1j. Dawxon. .fayvilio. No. -i W. U .Uoiaii. Hover, No,.l-W. It. McMillan. Mltifiva.iNo. J Mloliaid No. i istaito woodward nirdlH, No u Frank lllund. M Mnvulii.tf Mi. T I'll. ii. in... Ailirt.liv l,vo Ixixflou I.Ve.CoV'tdn 1 ..... ii.i.iu ,TU . 1,1 .. A Carjlsl " - Mtiyc rs, " 1:0 Wan. .' 1 IOwIiii ; iiiit'i IS ... , . JOIII1M1, lleleiin, Miuvii: Clark'. Hlllll'llt Arr, Mjiillc Ii .-... , ... . ..iiii.tv'Hr,vi I.MWlHltllrir Mil K-(. Al. K11111I1..4 . A.M ?s us .t.A fa 7 IK f OiuiiKubuiu, 11190. " Jj No. anil jiny kvuiu. no, it w. .u riaiuur. Fum l,oal No. 1 It. W. Wopd. Noclely CoulUIoiiou IhIo, No. &'i, lllnt.Mondiiy.oI ouch inoutli. Mason I.oiIko, No. 'Mi, third .Mondaynf nioulli. MayHVlll(!,Clmlor, No.D.kocoIhI Monday ol cucli inoutli, Mayxvlllu Coiiiiiinii((oiy, No. ' 10, fiaull. Monday ol oaoli nioutli. .. ' I.O. O.K. l'lxisali Kucaiiiiiiicnl, No. 0, necond arid loiiri.li Mondays In t:ach inoulhii al7o'clOoK. DolCalli l.uclno, No. 12, Tuosday ulyhl.ouiili WlKHl I O CHICK, . IthiL'tiold. No. 27, Wednesday nlilit, eacli. weelt, at 7 o'clock. , liuiuhlN of lloiior. 'I'll- llrxtniid u... l TiiiMlay ol uacli inoutli. I.ihIuo iikiiii oil Million HllviiU li.ori. Lliuiwliiiiu Uxlno, No. :UI, Friday nluhl o each wiH)k. I.O. W. M,' . Woduiisday iiIkIiI acli winilt.attholrhnllon Hocond uiruui. Sixlullly II. V.. n. Hocond and loin til HiimlayHTn cnfili inoutli, Hi thulr halloii ttliucHtiiuu Nlreol. "' t'utlii'r .Uiillicw T. A. N. FliHlSuiidio In cacluiionlh.nl tlielr,liallon l.liiiesloiinslici.t. ( t I Nt. Piilrlclt'H IUniVol'il'NorlHyf HvcoudMunday In oacli'iiHinUi,aitlalrll7ill on LilnioAionuHiruci. ? C'iKr .IIhUit' (Inriki.' , Flint Tnuwliiy nlulil In tuclMiion'tlir . J iiOiU,1:.;' '. I ;" Monday hIkIiIoI eacii woili. MitllH. - K.C. K. It., anlvfH niU;iio a. t. and K.IS'p. in. DupartN m (iWJ a. lu.aud 12IH p. ill. ' ( Hiinan.a, down Alonnuy, WutltieHday ami FriduyHiil Up. hi. 'Ji Tucwlay , TliurHdny and Haturday aid p. in. .. CITY UOVKKNMKNT&,, TIiq lloiird or Conpcll ineoUllio dnyuvdUlnit In uacli month.. ' " -n Mayor Horace January, d ' Council. 1'rcHldHiit Dr. John IVl'lilxior. Flritt WurdFiod.. llundul, A, wurlh. ItfiluiiL Krwt. " Kccond V. ard Ur.U. W, Mai (In, Xhornun J Choniiwctti, J. M. Htockloh. . . ' fl. ' Tli lid wurd Aialt.l'uaiiH), is. v. fitsuruiu. David llcchingor. - Fourth J. IM'lilKtar.li. A. WuU llnurord.Johii W. Aluxnnder. Filth Ward-Win. H.MalliowH, JamcHllall, Edward Myall. ' Trutwiirur and Collector K. K. 1'eiuoe. Clerk Harry l'aylor AiurNiiai . HopiitluN Ulxivfii. S,AVf. Yiu1k'. Jiunex iU'uiioiii;; i f . IS I HU1HJI iMiii.irjiiiiH. ,-, 7 m .lu,u,.l,..lir, JTlit "ll v ' Wood and Coal' liiHJicofol' l'diti Parker. City I.T.Hlrodo. Keeper or AIiiih Houno Mrn.H. MIIIh, rniMKTiti.t:. 'I TMtl b Kentucky Central R, Tlinolioicln iHtwcnly tnlntitei nlower limn time licietoloiu i;l vim. HTAflONH L.Ve.MaysvlllO. rMiui'iil " ClaiK'N. " MiuVII.. " llelmiii. " Jollli'nJ " 1 lit' U- " Kwlni;.. " Cowan.. " I'.Val'y. " .dnycrn. t'lllllllU. " Mil era.. " MII'hn'K " IVItro'n Arr. l'nrls Arr. Uix'ion Arr.Cov'ton Kx.l A M i'i l (I IK) II 111 ii i;i flit' f;;ts (i i'j 0 41 7 01 7 'III 7 ft '7"Vi II II! Ill A.M. :i Ve. I M 12 '.) 12 Mi 12 i:H 1 in 1 IIV I ID 1 2 i m 1 -IS l.M LI8 I M Tib HTATIONH, J 2 Ac". 7,17 TE2 T'l 27 7 S.1 7JO HW ,.rtr.t rifl k !' is nl Luxlnaion wltiCfKliTO. n"K. ANhlalid. 'lluii(iKtilu;ui)d'Jtli.iolfitH' l'llt uuu Hontttcusil ,.,...,.V,W...V.,l1.t!MlAj7...1l. Villi llin V. 111 1IIU M. rn I, , I, . Ut.4.1. IV. IV., KIT lJllllfrll,,,VH( ,.lll, I1IU I7VUII,, with, the H. a N. H; It, iOf Uiulsvlllo. " ;. "",.. ' ' (1. 1. and T. A. Covlnu'toii, Flotn I Htf tijt ',1'uhmU! (Jnii Hnllnnul. . . i . A Connt'ctliii. vllUTrultiH pij 1,C. ICIt. Uavu Ki.KMiMiHmiHoloiJoliMKon Htallon: .1: iri a, 111, Cincinnati Kxpriwi. lit. p. in. lAixInuton. 7;(i'J p, uii ,MiiyHvlll Kxpiwi. laviUoiiNMoNKTATioNforFUiinlncHlinrubli the arrival ill Tniliia oil th K.CVt. H.: ii:'ii a. 111. t:0U p. tn. :4K a. in. 7:R7 p. in. PIANOS and ORGANS, a7,Necouil nIkm'I, MnyNvJIIc, l(y X.. IT, MK'ry.Grlflti, A-at. SANpfeRfOrV 'AND TH STAR ROUTE TTliy Ono of tho IIcaTlotCoiitctorB.n tlio Orent Governmont Hvrliidla : IVni 'Nob , Ins.Cluiptor of UUtory. f . WAMinJaTON, Doc. 30. J. s. Bftndowon waXDnaof tho heaVlwt' Contct!br8'ln"lhd ' Star Kdtitj SorVico,' and" was Indiclevf.wiUj Dorsoy, Urady and other In the nrnt batch of truo bills found. Tho nrst'Ihiliclmont ncainst him wan Imnorfoct. In the meutofitho defendafiM ontiRfersli ln'ttfa . nratwiftt4 a " n ox-" cep.t, JJapderBoiU'sWhyi. 43andoron wo excepted lias nlwnyrf 'boerf ' a tery, ', llo ?lsltl "JVasliiiigUm goon after tho ifrst liullcttnunt arid with George Bliss, who then had full 'fhurgo oftUorprpaectition, and frphi'.thAt ,dato he has novcrbofcn wtw In Washimrton not loiltr rico and1 Was aslcod the' Iniitsoil for tho mysterious" 'iminunitv shown him. llo said that his o-, ,'cdpo from trial oost'Iifin' oxactly'llOO'jOOO.I lie did not go into details and did not say to whom tUuniotioy was t r j A prominrntrlawycVlti thhTcltyTih menting.unonhe strange mannorvehiployod in dropping' Bundurson, called attention to tho fact that in tho first batch all of tho defendants were indlctcdtby their full iiamos except Hordoll and Sanderson. They were indickd by initials bnly", making tlio prcsontniyiit against them void on that account. - jl no iawiier,'coniiuuing uis criticism, said: f 1 "The error;. In drawing tho twd indictments was -one of 'such an' elementary charactor'tfiat1 I cfiuldbnly account for It on tho ground of unheard of ignorance or corruptimi. My linpieslon is that there- was an evident interest , to warp'Handernon of whatv lie must eipuut. ' li would lluvo been , too lputrked to liavo had him stand alone,' and so Uerdoll was- put in with, him to save nppearnnces. You will notice thut flu tlio'so'cdnil batch ,0 names the blunder is corrected, so far as" HurdoliriSi uoiiCariiedr Jbxxt Saudersou ,urojw iyterIously, out of "ilght never ugalivto u'ppuuFib lu6'VisIou of jjthe prosecution." , A j , 1 110 Btatciucnt of isanderhon or the nnoiuit oti money paid by hira to secure immunity can be Untitled to by 'two good wltnesi.es, if Sanderson himself should bo reluctant to give ovidcnce;rttheu?tho Con gressiouul Committoo gets to work. . . 1 . . ' '. 1 1 1 . . . . IRISHRELIQIOUSWAR. Ueadly OiulniiRlit hf Citiinllrtiiion O. l'n'nceitliie l'roteitant ,1'ruitumttoii. St. Johns, N. V., Dec. but meogro oceounts of the Harbor Graco (Jrungo and Konmn Catholic riot talnable. The Utlegniph otllco lias boon placed mulct tlm control of 'the Kxeeutivd (Jovernuie'utOI Vlvh of thu'woundixl Orange men are dying, uud ,ubout eighteen others, who wcro. less, seriously wounded, uro doing well and art) likely to1 recover. Cillnliiitt and Dariuody, tho only ltoumn Catholics shot, Oil by ii'frioudly hand, having got mixed 1111 in tho ranks thot'Oraiigemen. Six of the iissallmits ham J)ct,i,nrroted. Their liauius ore ViiIikHImiialian', Dugt;n)i, Cartbyf .Suliivan Ajid; ThS'pidlce are bn'th'oTrali'of otlicrs who aro.kuqwu, but h'dVe,' o ''farosynlpcii arrest. Tho niiiiics of the mortally woundod are Thomas Nicholas, Solomon Martin, William lirdwu, William Anthony, arid Morris Njchpls, .. , nxM(induy night and Tuosilay passed "trail fjullly. The Uruiigcintn, however, determined to exercise their right to' march tliroiigh the city with tiiiyfl badge or, banner they choso;nipdwth any'usigriiavwith Which they chose to parade. The Roman Catholics, had sworn that if they marched 'through the city as Orangemen and with Urailge regal fa, tlioy should march through their own blood. The Society J'of 'Loyal Orangemen met about, IP o'clock ut place, .thftyevised tholr ' iprogramme "J"' and attired themselves mv; tho , uniform of tho Association. Tfiqre was no luck of Hags and banners, badges,., effigies,'- und tho ac'custoluAl 'parnnhainalla. Bands of muito enlivened the march. The Society loft the grounds at 10::iOo'cloek mid marched to the Wesleyou Church, where thoy attended divine service ami listened to tho morning service. At 12:30 they liegan their march through tho principal shoots. At Ship's Head they were suddenly brought Hface to facoTwltlian'irorm'5d;tblyJof 'from iG td 400 men. Thcso imen formed a mot-; loy army, and had as equipment for their warfuro of loaling gujis, hatchots, pickets, and TUoy carried a Javgo, t flag" Lwith U10 tlrlsh harp lg4.tiigjDVi!r thcicJieads. - Thoy did liot utter a single word of meiiaco pr challenge, but walked up coolly and defiantly till they ,.cumo,iuto close 'quarters With the Orangemen. The Inspector of jjollpe, in the liolghborhood'alt tho timo, cat 1 10 between, the hostile bodies' and was jnstantly 'knocked down by a blow of a heavy picket? '"He'wiis" carried" lit a s'tato of uiiconsciousuuss to. his homo, by .some spectators. Immediately tho vanguard of ''the attacking party discharged feovtn guns, licavllv charged with suallug shot, Into tbuSuldst of the Orange ranks. Five men Vr;ru killed nlniost instantly. Five more, lb" w bcliovcd, were wpiinded beyond hoiw orrecovery, it is now siaioa unit more 'ab not less tlmn oth'crs ."'woundod. Tile Oraiiircinuii wum not armed Knll made noihow of flglilj but lied in ovory illlDCHOll. Vi'tJ whole- rencontre did not occupy more itlian thrco minutes. Had tho .Qrangomoii lieeu armed uud resoutod tho assault, the tragedy must utvohoxpaudoa finto terriUlo proportions.'' The Catholics did not nursuo their retreatlntr foes, but L&ogtcntcdthtijusely qs ,wlth ,u,udisputjd: ptw.;: fcv3lul1 UL uia,uiyuuy4r vieu.. iii'.iiu city wus ausiwiiiiuu, siures viuou uuu 'UlJiJUm drawn over tho Windows I6f tho h'obsbs. I'ho police have been very actlvo andhuvo arrested six of thy rlugluuditig rioters. 'llar(ier wlio shot Joint J, Jones dead and woundod Win. Martin,. has l!ud but tho lioiicfttiava goiwu ujiou iis.trftMJi VIows 6r snces Messrs.1 . ii , . , 1. . .. ,1 v Members '.'.".- . Wivy' Mid Mhvos Couiujlttoo. Wasiiinotom, D." 0., Ded. ' ?d; A an.. alysU, if" the Comrilitfeo u. ,yi. and Means, recently pHuiisueu, iniwnicu Kieesra. f ,u.ttMmi . TWtni(Mrnfc. find lTnHrm. TtanriiilL xH,,'trere'tl8AMned'',ralltcifreatrftdoViiJ! b'uVuiodetuted in,their action and ,by , polHrloal eolWlrUratldn,7" "arid ' Mills,' Bldun'fJJ'JUlilclfburn;, P'urd, S&Sl&r:fi THE, i. tMMGMV &gmli . .7f T iJll 1 JT .AT.Z . . - . Z&ZZSSffiffimXm 'WH.CH theOommittee. j am a Democratfand Hoto Iri if Voyonud tarlflf, but, I am, ,not a frpo.4rojor.k Lara for revenue rotorm, but I want it accomplished gradually. I am opposed -to- ehflh'gTjrintLe" tariff. ,IWttnt.tp,iakej better asd;mre nVatueTtrnrilttMnny iiiiwnenuHttiruuig.UKi uusiiiess uivunnui ui 'tho country." . Mr. Miller (Toxos) dellned his position 'as follows: "I am in favor of the lowest amount of taxation thqtw?wjll J proauco tno requireu ainouM rpirjrjNiuv irom customs, in tmiosttig revenue I would do so with regard' to tho question of royenuo alonot holding .thdtlt is nd the dtttv of our Government to in- Hrfero in tho private busincts of any of 'its cltizons. excont wheu nocossary to protect themoBatost.lnJasMcpc.'tTrprtgr jvupoiuwu.irye irn.uo.13 tnis timo, hut a vory great ductlon of dutios .in manufactured "goods Is a possibility, and I'm in favor of reaching it. Thcro aro a number placed on as rawinatcrials that eater -into. facture of iron, woollen, cotton, and othc products. Tho uianufactured products wpuld, of courso, bo reduced in price when tho materials entering into thorn, wcro placed on tltffreo list. 'Instead of having freo importAtiSh'of "ovory thing, we want to get a royouue from imported articles und the ' duty' should' bo . low enough to oiicourago ' Importation. If it is too high it amounts practically to ' prohibition, and we get no rovenuo. 1 Wnt to fix tho duty kf pfopbraud reason-able figures that will prqduco the necessary revenue." . . . .r f M Hon. JHt Blount .(Georgia)', iinbtlior member "of tho Committee, said; "This is a question 'of thoo'ry aild1 practice. If they mean by' free-trader a rsvonuo rofonner, then the doUnitlon applies to me. I beliovfi in a rovenue tarilf, but I don't' soe how we' cau gut to n rovenue tarlli ror years to como without groat injury td many of our' ldustries. I believe in rovlslug. our tarilf uid in reducing maily of the duties whero that can ,be, done without injury, but J don't believe that now is tho time to repeal our Internal rovenue, laws," " FIGhTING WITH IRON KNUCKLES. ttases Cut ns With Cleaver mid Iclolsjf naiiRini; rroin inoMuccori ueu, DiUDOKPOUT, Coiin.,r A prizo fight unexampled ,f or Its l)r.utality.occurrodj nero uetwoen ;a is ovr; 1111 veil uibckwjuui known as Gia'nt Jim' and Chubby Joe, of tho Malleablo IronVOrks of this city. The fqnner, a week ago, cliullenged.the latter, to light with iron knuckles under tho London prize-ring rules. jTIio challenge was ucceptcd, aiu the two belligerents, accompanied by their seconds and a fow friends, proccodeltOvonepf tlie outbuildings of tho' winter'rriihrtcrs of Tlariiuiri's show, whoro tho contest took place. Tho two stripped to the Waist and quickly set to work. Two fierce t rounds of three minutes each wore fought, wheii, tho horrified at tlfo sickening spectacle, unanimously declarod tlie.liattlaa.draw rijjich blow recelvwi lay. tluj llesh,' like tho Cut of a butcher's cleaver, and How an IUtuois VWoiiinii L. St, opotu the blood ran down;tholr naked.bodii,fnIiiK at the bol in' lrfin'reiriclcles. Tholr'facos' 'wen unrecognizable, tuach presenting the of a piece of raw boefi It is Ips.sible. but ' for tho, intvrforeuce of tho' spectutos tho men would have filled ono another. Giant Jim wus carried back to New Havon this morning. Neither of .the, pugilists hdvo been arrested. DEFENDING HER GOOD NAME. i ' 1 l'unUhcd Her . Dofamer. IOUIS, Pec 30, A sensational affair occurred Saturdajr1 night at llath, minors. Mrs. Lipport, the wealthiest farhiors'in' Mason' CoifntyY'ia noted 'for her" beauty. For sorao'reoJon Williamtltay detracted Mrs 'Lipport's chara'ctor. .This. reached the oars' of thtf rady.'an'd sho managed an faiterVlow In her house at which several friends woro present. Itay was asked If he. had made tho to him. , ,Hq ' replied, :plalnly In tho amrma'tivo.' Mrs. was standing" , ' abb'ut " flv'd" f eet from Ray,' facing hlni. She bad a rovplver In the folds of ,hor dress, and, when Itay made his reply, she hissed the one -word, "Liar," and 'suddenly raising hor hand, with the pistol in it, llred. The buW let struck Hay, passing through" hls'body. Ray fell, and the wonian made a motion, to flr nunennil sl'int. but was seized and armed. Sliofispo.w' in diiil. 8ho, declare? .. ..: p t ' .- J t Of m" .1 vn..lll It was too omy way sue uuu 01 viiiuicnuug her charactur. Hay's death is. considered certain. ' . , Colored Sohdbl Teachersi St. Ldoirf, Deo. .UU. The Convention of Colored School Teachers," which has1 lieeb in session tho last three days, tat Jefferson City, effected a permanent organisation of tho StatoiColorod re'aoJie'rV'Asi&cIaliion,1 with Iuuian 13. l'ago, of Lincoln, institute, as Prcsfdent. RoMlu'(ibni were adopted, for higher edu cation for tho colored youtn ougijtoDo, provided; that an industrial school ought to bo established as a department Tat Lincoln Institute:- that tho Bfato'oiight.to.ptit j. premfiim on character and make personal "morality superior "to 'more intellectual, test in oxamhiatiou of applicants for a school certificate; that tho welfare of colored schools' demands ''county Institutes for colored teachers; that teadiora should, liottori.llt themselves for their work by study of tho bestl literature, hlsttory and tho highest thought of hogge&o,, -an ygt iffg f VJ fext.Ja.'fSoSiStrAo.sl'pr JTATAMORAB. Mex., Deo. 80. KlvcCuatorii 4House guards, named Garcja, Vg'a, ivouies, aim kxiiiuvuiuva, nwu nmu mtw Nacorio, Sonora, by , dgo At Oritzalan, Judge l'illa .Jtyrtn wu murdered in his house oy soinu assassin,wiio llrnft it l,l,t Imnntrll n. wlllltilW." "' lUHlerlguctz, a El f l I Ww Martin, Daniel &!l&UJffigM 90 iyoun man of goodauilly, wiwi lFREEJTRApE. murdered by Conwral Cortoz, of .'."".. . Guards, llodcrlguotz was una and nlnqtyniil brutiilly tho Rural unariiieu 'niul Cortez shot him down 'in broad daylight,, in tHo ntrSvt,n:et;tia,uay.fw 11 ' 1 A Valuable' Colli. '' MatvIuouaba AIojdco..l)eoi80. Tho nvorlr of c6Inng the- beeii' going on,fore8rIy'ayea'r, luts con7e to. an eiliL, Five hundred: and sixty, tents, of taetalliavo boea cQUVdftod, ifitoa.viwlrod III011, coltuu Thero iirdono anu Jones were ntwiuono.i as uerpetc miiUi,M'oKini of ono cent,pleces, ..w.. . .- w....... u thoso 01 live cont ones. Demllr Prrtcns In r Cntiiwlnsa, l'n., A. l'urlou Fight MTlth tlio LIBUt OuC arty putup at'ji couatry tavern," tag twenty-' four miles from hero, Saturday night, and started a dance. Dy midnight tho party was drdhlt and quarrelsome. In an altercation between Elwood Strausser and Nat. ,Cop0rfthelatteF!:stabbeaSBf;rttU8ser twice, 'wtfilnds. Thls was tho signal for a general row. Knlvos and pistols wero freely usotl, and tho women fled from tho room as quickly as possible. Tlio moleo bailies description. The lights wero put out, and for,, fifteen Utos"llio sa vpandetnonluirt. ljnat flast, ihtfiirof riotorl cicarcd.tho room he found Stroussor on tho iloor dead. Mary Ames, on Was un'ablo tooscajw from tho room was shot through tho lungs, doiiju intii Trivln r.w.nlvoil ft ttlint In tho tlllffll! of articlos toatoughUtohl6iiry. SynderlrpcelvM; d f a'tal stab, and the freo ltstrsuchf.W.lastaneoJ fouFotliCwMro.Voilnaou: Sunday morn- lnc COikj and three other farmers wore ar rested. Coimj says Straucr'tw!c6 Insulted nts sister ami mat any man wouiu kui uuu for saying' what ho did. Strausser soys that hn did tint fn'sult fJooe's sister. The nirajr'biw cfeatjrid ,'most Intense', toxcito mem, anil uncais oi lyuciiiiiK voikj nom ffrocly uttered. AGRICULTURAL FACTS; Interesting Observations Upon tho Short uK iq im wni vrup WABniNOTOK, Dec. 0. Two nleotlngs of the House Committoo on Public Lands have been hold during the wook and it has been decided to report to tlio llouso, immediately after Congress roossomblos, th,o pending bills which declare the forfeiture of aU unearned or lapsed railroad land grauts. Tho reports to accompany those bills will bo projiarod Iinmediatojy. Chairman Cobb rays that, once before tho House, tho bills will be vigorously pushed. Tho Department of Agriculture, in tho details of tho last monthly reort, referring t tho corn crop for tho year IBS.'), says: ' U doubtlosstruo that, the quality of north of tho parallel of forty degrees Ii wfse'tiran' for many years, increasing practically the amount of shortage indicated by the number of bushels. Ono feature of corn growing in 1883 should bo a ltsson to the furmers,of the country. The gcnoraLjuso in,, tho West of seed corn grown'fln lower latitudes, tho planting of Nebraska , seed in Minno- jsota and of Kansas seed in Illinois, has demonstrated the folly- of attempting to acclimatize southern mnizo in mpre northern districts. Much of tho loss from frost would have beqn avoided had tho seed boon'feftref Ully selected from the best corn grown in tho immediate neighborhood." ,. Dr. Loring, Commissioner of Agriculture, says tho statenronts rocontly made in regard to diseased swlno havo unfortunately, been,: accepted.- by 'public mon abroad top'rojudico tlio European market against American pork. .Ho also said:- MMr. F;. D. Curthl, ono of the 'Commissioners employed to investigate tho diseases of Bwlne, lias reported to tho Agricultural Department that no great amount of dlseaso oxists among' Western hogs, that tho statements, of Dr. Dc.tmor with regard to feeding wlne ouofraTaro wholly Incorrect, us grent care Is taken by breeders "nd feeders' to "secure healthy animals, and' that the pork packers are desirous that competent Inspectors should be nppolnted to oxamlno tho protluct of tholr packing houses before It is sent to market." - Commissioner Loring accepts. Mr. Curtis', .statement in fulr, and is- that, Dr, Detmer is greatly mistaken I11 -his views. ONE Q'HEARN. Sherman lilkely' to bo Asked "riiit Ho Knows About the Gentleman. WAAiuNtiTQiv,. mitteeoiV Expenditures in tho Treasury Dopartmont, moots '.aTuaso will be presented to it of alleged mismanagement of 'tho Customs Service under John Sherman,. A former .employeof the" Treasury,, who is anxious tS'ipiwar, before tho Committee as a witness', jsaysf " , ''in 1880,-, ou?t O'Hoarn imported fifteen horses from Canada, and entered thoin nt Port Huron, Mich., tho duty on a' prico sworn to which was not half tho vuluo of tho horses- 'Thd 'horses' were golzod by n special agent re ceived from tun. informer. O'llearn'was placed unde arrest and taken ,tp Detrou jor trlaL. He plead guilty, and was son- toucou to uotn nno anu luipruuiuuuau, The1 horses wero conilscated tiy tho Government and sold ton i,500,' Soon informcxddrn'afiu'oil his moietyporcenlago of tlio money per cent., us tlxed by law. Howas told that it could not be paid, ns tho nioiiev arislntr frbm'the sale of the for- 'f cited horses had been, restored to the orig, inal owner. Tho informer, not being pleased with this method, commenced to raise a row, and was finally paid f0. Meantime the man Who had attempted to 'linjio'on' Sam by swearing to a fule valuation of his horses, turneu up ai ..th'eJJhicago Convoution'nh ardent and en-' thusiastio supporter or viotni buorman ir President. The official who detected tho rnull und-exposed it lostrhis;plucV' ' "ALECK'S" PRESENT. WJiat tliq rrerident. Gave Ills ltodv Servant. Faithful New YonK. Doc. :). "President" -Arthur 'bn"Chrlstiiitts Day made, Alexander, Powoll, 'nis'faithful body servant, a present of a gold waton'a chain,- as a token or foVHia'sefvices. "Golly," what you spose," said Alook.as he mot a well-known colored polltloian of. the Eleventh Assumbly District, ion Sixth avenuo yosterday, "I hanged up my stockin' Christmas evo night, and what you spose I got in it!" "Your dischargo," was tho jocose reply. "Not a bit, of it," said Aleck,. "I gqt. this." HoqMkplayed tho elegant stem-? winder, on tho insldo of which was en-'graved, "From iZ. to Aleck;" Tljtj.olored politician was amazed and niter exanumngfiawnuo sain, --me ini dent means blzness, and he's got you he's got lhat to get tlio colored people's votes. It is a "mighty pretty watch, but that alnt gpn' to buy tho votes o'f tho colored population. Hu must dp something in Washington for the colored people, and den we will smile on him Wrthat present." Aleck did )i6t like this and told his friend that he was a fooh then loft him. A Horrible Affair. Nxflitvti.tTt. Tenn.. De. . A horrible affair is reported from Dover, Tonn. Josiah Cook has for some time been sick of pueumoiila ahd his wife gavo b(rtli to a child. Mrs. Glasgow1, a woman of tho neighborhood, widely known 'for charity to the sick, prepared a bosket of dainties' add carried it to tho sick family. Cook said Sthat'the food was poisoned, but was as sured that it was not. Cook jumped from t to bed, discharged his gun In the stomach of the- benevolent tally, killing her instantly. Ho then dressed and loft. A Shtrllfs ponso wont In pursuit and caught him sohio miles distant, where' ho had gone to tho house of Richard' Mulling and demanded a gun of Mrs. Mulllns, who was alone; Sho refused, mid, as ho becntfto violent', she seized the gdn and kcpthlm at bay. Ho ran up stairs ana sne was standing guard as tho Sheriff camo up. Cook 'was, captured1 and carried safely to Jail, liut for a belief that ho is insane, he would have been lynched. Cook has lieen In Dover a few months and has been preaching. It U said that ho is wanted in Trigg County, Ky., for stealing. Mrs. Glasgow belongs to a prominent family, and is known and loved for her kindness of boartv THE TOLEDO SCANDAL Grout Indignation Over nn Outrageous Affair. . Tolxdo, O., Doc. 30. Mrs. Ed. Thomas, who fought her way out of Madam Carlisle's bagnio, says that sho was visited by Madamo Carlisle on tho 0 veiling in question; and told that an intimate gentleman friend Was at her house, 'and wanted to boo her there; but refusing to glvo his name. Mrs.' Thdmos accompanied her to the house, and recoKtiized a gentleman thero who was not even an acquaintance. It was whtlo forcing her way from tho house that sho had tho bloody struggle depicted in Thursday's special. When Madame Carllslo was arrested she refused to glvo ball, and threatened startling revelations. Thursday night, however, sho weakened, gave bail, and was released. Tho trial was In progress Friday afternoon, Mr. Thomas, who Is a night watchman, has been offered a largo sum of money by a prominent saloonlst to drop tho prosecution and leave the city. Ho Indignantly refused, replying that there .was not money enough in Toledo to induce him to do so. Indignation is rising throughout tho city. AMONG THE BRUTES. Tad.l j" Ityiui Mill. Not right liut Anothor Animal Will. Chicago, Dee. ,iO. In response to.an urgent request from sporting men here that he fulfill his engagement with Sullivan, in Sou Francisco, next mouth, "Paddy" Ryan 'telegraphed from Toledo as follows: "I will reiuru wheu my mother's health will permit, and 110 sooner." This, taken in connection with the press dispatches from the same point, stating that Mrs. Ryan is not Buffering from uny nllmont, is taken as an indication that Ryan has Anally backed out of the engagement. Late Friday night Charles (i., alios "Parson" Dnvlon stated that he was authorized by AVilllam Sheriff, nllan "The Prusslun," to announce his willingness to meet Sullivan in Rynu's to all agreements and sthmlatlons.ulreudv made: exeovt that. 'Instead of tho gate money being divided, tho whole proceeds snail go the winner. If Sullivan accept, bherlff will nt leave for California. The prbiWwed' hiutch provides r r four rounds, Marquis of rules. " A. Queer towa Idiot. DunuQUK, Iown, Dec. 30. . W. M, Thompson, of this city, a native of Jamaica, projioses, if furnished with funds, to. go to Kngland and "re-.move" Judge penman, who presided at the trial 01 U'lJounou. iiq says no can accomplish, this without dotectlon. His father holds a prominent poaltlon under tho British Government, Thoi proposals have been madoto prominent Irish, Workers in various jiaTU of the. country,' with what outcome' is not known. Tho matter has been kept quiet, but leaked out accidentally. Thompson has not been regarded as a crank on any subject. Bulldozing a Itnllroad. Berlin, Doc 30. Tho Tageblatt says that' Minister Maybach, Chief of tho Administration bf Railroads of the German Emnire. and Minister of Public Roods of Fru&iaj has decldod to sequestrate the proporty'of tho Berlin 'and Harrodsbtirg Railway in cousoqUenoo of the refusal of the corajiany to accept the'torms offered by tho Government for its purchase. A Sd Tragedy. . London', Dec. '30. A dispatch received hero from flanover states that CoL Henry R. Katnuono, or Ainany, . x., wnuo Uiider a' flf of molancholy, on Monday last', 'entered Jhls wife's bed chamber and shot her'ln tho heart, na then stabbed l.lmoMf . Tttri Is still' llvintr. but no Iiodoi are entertained that ho will survive the wounds; . . , : A, JJlBjllullilliiK lilowii I) own. 1 Eabt D'ovolah, Mass., Deo. 30. The now tonrat block, Just, being completed, and lOOxlSO loot and, three' "torios high, was blown down, on Friday with a fearful crash, tho' wjnd blqw'us a gale.- The building, was enlirely destrpyed. The Methodist church, adjoining, was considerably injured. The loss will exceed f 100,000. A Accident. ' Joukt, III., Dec 150.-Mis Dtlloflodson started to crawl under n freight train, thinking sho could get through before It started. Sho was dragged under tho cars and horribly ninnglod. Her cries ,wero heard' by tho station, ngent who traced her byblood'on tho" snow for over a mile, where ho found hor dead body. ' Kxpress Koliliom Caught. Baltihuhk, Md., Dee. 30. Baltimore do- 1 . .. .A-.l 11 L... 4J...I.1. Xll' tOCtlVeS Have arreswu ueniy niuim, anna Goorgo Baylor, alias Ilnrrii, on the charge of having, with others roblied Wells and Fargo'sjKipross in Nebraska in March last. He intended to sail for Europe. The will be held until Wells and Fargo, aro'heard from. ?!. lioubery of n ImAj leTeBrjipU Operator. Jackson, Mich., Deo.-, 30. Mb Clara Wilcox, telegraph operator horo, was tho Yictlm of a daring highway robbery Friday ovening on Main street. An unknown rutflan knocked her .down and escaped with her purse. She js. badly hurt. m 1 ' Haitian Weakens. Ban Francisco. Deo. 30. Hanlnq piferod tl ono tn'nnv man oh th6 Coast who would itrb'w hlmi ' Stbvenson accepted tbochafi, longe, Ilonlan now asus tno tatter to re-lease him, but will not state Why. SHOOTING AFFRAY. A Queer XMcht nt North Andarer, Hassa. ohuiutU. Lawhenck, Mass., Doc. 80. A serious shooting uffalr, which occurred at North Andovor, December 23d, has just coma to light. Two employe in U10 painting department of Davis & Prazor's machine shop, namod John Thompson and Daniel Donovan, repaired to the houso of their overseer, John Kirk, where all partook of stimulants. Kirk and his wife had somo troublo, when Thompson and Donovan interfered. Kirk repaired to an adjoining room and looked the door after him, threatening vengeance. As tho visitors xould not loavo the house except through tho room where Kirk was, they forced the door, and, ou entering the room, heard tho click of a revolver. They made an offort to seize Kirk, but, before he was secured, ono barrel of U10 pistol was discharged, tho ball entering Donovan's sldo below the ribs, inflicting a severe wound. His condition is unfavorable. All tho parties implicated havo boon discharged by Davis and Frazor. LIVELY FAMILY ROW. Mrs. aioultoii the Flmt I'ollshet Off Mr. Moulton the Sooondi Sacoauaita, Me., Dec 30. Recently Ivory F. Moulton was divorced from his wife and granted the custody of his slxtoent year-old son. Ho mnrried again, which did not meet the approval of tho first wife. On Friday tho latter called upon tho new wife, forced herself in, and, pushing back the new Mrs. Moulton against tkrf piano, said: "I hear you are abusing my child, and I am after him." Mrs. Moulton, the second, told her repeatedly to got" out, and appealed to the Ixiy as to whether lio had' been abused. Ho said he had not. Mni. Moulton, the llrst, then drew n revolver and said, "Dam you, I'll blow your brains out." Mrs. Moulton, the bocund, caught hold of tho revolver and threw it up out of aim, but Mrs. Moulton, tho ilr.t, being the stronger, beat the other wuiuun about the head, making several bud wounds. Then Mrs. Moulton, the first, dragged thtf boy away against his will to a sleigh in waiting and was off in a minute. A Horrible Affair. KnrrHBnuiia, 111., Dec 30. A horriblo affair occurred here lost night. Isaao Panltz, a peddler, wns showltig a rovolver in the olllce of' the Commercial House The proprietor suggested to him that it might bo loaded. Punitz said there was not money enough in the houso to induco him to carry a loaded revolver, and,' o convince those present of the hurmlcssncss of the weapon, pointed it to his breast and pulled the trigger, when the pistol went off. Panltz dropped the rovolver, put his hand to his side and said: "O, my, II 11 shot. Somebody has beeii fooling with that thing." Ho stood up for a moment, whou one of tlio bystanders caught hold of him and laid him down, and ho died almost instantly. Tho ball had entered the heurt. William Uelirmnn Arrested (or Compile- lty In the Crime. Cincinnati, Doc 80. Wm. Behrman has been urrcstied here for complicity Iu tho Kirk murder. Bohrman was suspected of being an accomplice in tho crime, and, it seems, fled to Indiana, but returned, and' on hearing that search was made for him, ho started for tho polled station to' give himself up, but was met by Lieutenant' Austing and arrested.. He is sullon and reticent, but it Is bolieved he knows all about it and can clear up the mystery. A number of prominent mon of business speak highly of Noll, who was arr6sted on suspicion, and it is thought Will prove hla nuocenco. 1' Frank Hunt After Scnlp'i, Dallas, Texas, Dec 8a Frank Hdrd, Congressman from Ohio, will introduce into tho House, immediately after the' holiday recess, a resolution calling for a oommiiteo to investigate the conduct of Brewster Cameron, .Joel W. Bowman, and Z.. connected with the Department of Justice' in Texas, against whom' ppociflo charges havo boon prepared and will be presented at the samo timo, Tidball is now Unified States Marshal iu Arizona,- This action Is said to be instigated by A. D. Norton, ex-United States Marshal of the Northern District of Texas, who is an undo of Frank Hurd. Chamber of Commerce Jamboree. Cincinnati, Dec. 80. Tho Chamber of Commerce has decided to adjourn over Monday and Tuesday of next week, in order to glvo overy 0116 plenty of time, for Now Years' calls. Tho last mooting of tho Chamber in 18S3 takes place to-day, and it is expected that tho customary jamboree will be, of immense proportions. Already members have begun to lay in a supply of flour,- pea shooters, fog horns, penny trumpets and tho like. It is expected that ''nor Atonement" military band will bo in attendance. A ''high oltl time" is assured. An Oiitraceous Tension Swindler. Wahhinqton, Dec 80. Secretary Teller debarred from practice before the pension olllce Edwin ,IL Hall, of Boston. Hall was charged with holding pension certificates as collateral from pensionori. and, according td a report madd in 'bis caio, was ox-acting from his clients twelve' dollars out of every -quarterly paytneutj of forty-eight dollars due them. PonslOn'ofllcors regard this as tho most outrageous case evorl brought to tho attention of the Interior. St. liouls Wants tho Demoeratlo Convention, Sjr. Louis, Doc. 80. The Democratic State Central Committee mothero to dsvjso ways and moans to secure tha.Naiional Convention for St. Louis. In the afternoon tho, special or executiyo committee of, thirteen citizens waited Upon tho State and were promisod "th6 appointment of a subcommittee to accompany them to Washington and' urge the' claims of St. Lou hi before the National Committoo. The Pork Hear. Wabiunoton. D. C Dec X The Sec retary' of State has received from Minister Morton7at: i'arw, a telegram' sta&lfig tane the withdrawal. of tho decree of November ' 27, whlcti, will be published- Saturday limits Uw time for the admission of American pork products to the 30th of January at tho ports of Havre, Bordeaux and instead of Nanteo. A goyere Sentence. Albany; N-.' Y Dec, " SO,' . Sherwiti has boon sontencisdto 'or' two years and'skie4oOCfor contempt of court in tho BU'to Cashier Phelps defalcation cos. f'