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VOLUME vn. MAYSVLLIiE, KY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1888. NUMBER 55. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS CoaAlnlnff IBOK with PUBE VEGETABLE TOHIOS, quickly and completely CXEAHSES ad KXBICHES TIIK BLOOD. Quickens the action of tho IAtc and Kldncjs. Clean tho complexion, makes the skla smooth. Itdoesnot Injure the teeth, came headache, or produce eoa-tlpUon-AlIi OTIIEB IBON MEDICINES DO. Fhrsiclant and Drag gists everywhere recommend It. Dn, N. 8. Tluaaixa, of Marlon, Mass saxst "I recommend Brown's Iron Bitten u a Tamable tonlo for enriching tho blood, and romoTing all dispeptla symptoms. ns, c does nothnrt tho teeth." Dn. II. If. Dei-zeix, Remolds, Ind says: Mt Bare prescribed i prescribed Drown's Iron Jiitten In cues or aniemta and blood diseases, also when a tonlo nu seeded, and ithia proTed thoroughly satisfactory." Mb. "Wm. Brans, 88 Bt. Mary St., New Orleans, La., says: " Brown's Iron Bitten relieved me tn a case o( blood poisoning, and I heartily commend it to those needing a blood purifier. Ma. W. W. MONiHAN, Tnscnmbla, Ala . Ban : " I Kito bean troubled from childhood with Impure Blood and eruption on my face two bottles of Brown's Iron Bitten effected a perfect enre. I cannot speak too highly of this valuable medicine." Gennlne-has abore Trade Mark and crossed red linea ..on wrapper. Take no other. Mad only by lmWM CUKSIICAJL CO., BALTIUOIIK, MB, J. JAMES WOOD, DRUGGI MAYSVILLE. GENERAL INSURANCE Life, Piro, Accident Marine and Tornado. ' Tho companies represented by tho under, siened Insure at reasonable rates all Insurable property against loss or damage by Flre.'i idghtnins or wind. Any amount oi insur ance placed on desirable risks, In Western, of Toronto, Canada; Agricultural, of "Watertown, N. Y.; Kknton, ot Covington, Ky.; Boatman's, of Pittsburg, Pa., and the world renowned ''Travelers" Life and Accident, of Hartford, Conn. These vKGz A ZJg TP ST companies havo nil complied with the law, obstructions to commerce, and, if so, author and are authorized to do business In Ken- u he soeretarv of war to nnrohaso nml tficSy. W. .R WARDER. Agent... ' J7f LJ" " d3U6m court street, Maysviuo. T J. CURLS T, Sanitary Plumber, GAS STEAM FITTER Onriey'a new system of Houso Drainage and Ventilation. Bath rooms fitted np with not and cold water a spoolalty. Also a large KTODlV of fmn Lptltl tind Stone PzDB iruu, m-luu uuu Kfiuuo rifjtt, Globe, Angle ud Check Valves, water and Btoam OaogM, Foroe and Lift Pumps, Rub ber Hose ,Cnandellers, Bractets and Globea. Personal attention given to all work and sat. l&lacUon guaranteed. T. J . CDRLE Y, Second utroet, above Market, opoonlte Own odson'.:WBvvllf, T.' 1M1,M -pOBKKT BIBBOT, .PRACTICAL- PL.UMBEIR Gas and Steam Fitter. 'Orders nromntlv attended te. No. 91 maris Bcoo&d street. NORTHEASTERN KENTUCKY : TELEPHONE : COMPANY Has connection with tho following places HnyBvllIo, Helena, 01. Olivet, BfnyallcU, Cnrdle. Office In MaysTllle Browning & Co. 'a Dry Goods Store, No. 2 East Second street. fACOn UNH, BAKEB AND 00NEE0TI0NER. Fresh Bread and Cakes made dally and de livered to any part of tho city. Parties and weddings furnished on short notice, No. SS Beoond street. C. W. WARDLE, DENTIST, ZWEIGART'S BLOCK. D B.DKW1TT O. JFRANKJUH, Dentist, Office: Sutton Street, next door to Postoffice. D K, W. S. HOOBES, XEIVTIST, ffieB Office Second Street, over Run yon & Hockor's dry eoods store. Nitrous-oxide Gas administered in all caser. rp n. w. smith, Nitrous-oxide, or laughing-gas' used for the painless extraction ef isein. uinoe on uonrt utreeu aplCdly BBHP WASHINGTON TELEGRAMS. UNITED STATE8 JUDGES OF NEW YORK CITY WANT MORE MONEY. They Send a Delegation to "Washington In Their Behalf Another From Chicago. lee on the Potomae Breaks With Skater. House anil Senate Other Notes. "Washington, Jan. 20. A delegation made Tip of Messrs. Ellery Anderson, Clifford A. Hani, Edward K. Jones, Stephen A. "Walker and Robert D. Benedict, tho three first named representing tho New York Bar asso ciation, appoored before the house commit, tee on judiciary to-day, and gave thoir views respecting salaries of United States district and circuit judges of New York city. Mr. Jones urged the necessity of increasing tho salaries of the judges of tho courts named, on the ground that expenses of living were so great in Now York that salaries com mensurate with a judge's position should bo fixed. "W. C. Qoudy and ex-Judge Puller ap peared in the interests of the Chicago judges. Senate. "Washington, Jan. 20. Tho senate to-day adoptxi a resolution to pay to Daniel B. Lucas $1,000 as the expenses of his contest for tho seat of Senator Faulkner, of West Virginia. A resolution was adopted directing an in vestigation as to whether the street railroad companies of tho District of Columbia aro paying a fair share of taxation. Chandler, A series of resolutions by Mr, colling for information as to contracts, ex penditures, delays, etc., in connection with tho construction of now naval vessols were taken up and adopted with an amendment by Mr. Butler, extending the inquiry to January 1, 1880, instead of March 4, 1885. The senate then resumed consideration of tho urgency deficiency appropriation bill The senate agricultural committee to-day heard arguments in favor of the bill to pre vent adulteration of lard. Chicago lard manufacturers were present to argue that tho lard adulterations now, practiced cheapens without deteriorating the article told. Tho senate interstate commerce committee to-day heard arguments by representatives of the Railroad Conductors' association in favor of tho bill which provides that railroad conductors and engineers and steamboat ', pilots shall be examined, as to their compo- tenoy, and licensed by a federal board of ex aminers. , House. Washington, Jan. 20.' In the houso this morning Mr. Randall introduced.a bill for an I engineer's examination, and report whether bmitns lsiana ana wmamui lsianu. in tho Dftln-wnrfl rlvAr. nrmrwifA PriilnjlnlnHfn ni-n ""; i" ". iwuiu mu w hyw, Referred. I Mr. Belmont, of Now York, Introduced a bill extending for ouo year from Juno 10 toxt, the time for tho completion of the Staten Island bridge. I The house adopted a resolution directing in investigation into all kinds of trusts, and it 3:20 p. tn. adjournoi I Tho house committee on coinage, weijrhts ind measures has agreed to report favorably lhe Maish bm Providing for the suspension 5f of threo omt plocWf and thot M Ihey are returned by the treasury thoy bo :onvcrtod into nlckols. Skated on Thin Ice. I Washington, Jan. SO. Monday afternoon Hiss Cox, Mrs. Padolford and Mrs. Ordway, accompanied by Count Greggor, of tho Bus- .. nan legation; Dr. Dickson, of the nary and Ur. Richard Peters, made up a skating party. Off tho navy yard on the Potomac ihe ice was believed to be strong enough to ear the skaters. All but Mrs. Ordway tterted out on the ice. I When about a mile from the shore tho i totmt broke through the ico, whore the river b sixty feet deep. Almost instantly the ico 1 tracked again, ancDr. Dickson disappeared. lir. Peters hurried to the rescue, and he, too, lell in the river. Mrs. Ordway, who was watching the party, fainted. Several sailors Irom the navy yard wont to the rescue, and after five of them had a bath all hands wore Bfely landed on shore. Tho prominenco of ill the parties concerned has mode tho epi lode the social topio of the day. Violation of tho Revenue Lang, Washington, Jan. 20. In the houso judi liary committee a substitute for tho Hender ton bill was unanimously agreed upon. It provides for the abolition of tho minimum penalties for violations of the revenue laws, makes all warrants returnable bofore the tearest judicial officer who is authorized to take preliminary examinations of tho case, and restricts tho issuo of warrants for viola tion of tho revenue laws. Tho Report" niis No Foundation. WAsniNOTON, Jan. 20. Mr. Josoph Cham borlain wa3 asked by a reporter as to tho truth of tho report that ho is likely to suc ceed Lord Latisdowno as governor general of Canada. Mr. Chamberlain repled: "Tho report is absolutely without the slightest foundation." Mr. Vugh slll After n Plnco. Washington, Jan. 20. Prosecuting At torney Pugh, of Cincinnati, and Judgo Hoadlyaro laboring with President Clove land to secure tho appointment of the former to a United States judgeship in Wyoming Territory, George W. Chllds In Washington. Washington, Jan. 20. Mr. Goorgo W. Childs, of tho Philadelphia Ledger, arrived In Washington this morning for a few days' visit Kntlonul Poultry Association. Indianai'OUS, Jan. 20. Tho National Poultry association's session yesterday was devoted to tho revision of the standard of excellency which is subject to amendment t only every uvo years. Tno old standard was adopted.. Huutlncr on Rkntes. .Tp.TrironHr.vvir t .i- Tr.,1 .T o, a Wf. hunt on skates, with guns and hounds, across the country was tho sensation yesterday, and nothing liko it was over seen hero boforo. I The run was a greut success. I HOUSE WARMING. The) New loo Palace at St. Paul Formally Opened. JMfi PHm TlfK BT. PAUL ICE rALACE. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 20. The hotels aro all full for the opening of the third winter carnival here this afternoon, and with fine, mild weather and tho elaborate program prepared, tho outlook for ton days of frosty frolic is most favorablo. Preparations are) much hotter advanced than at either pre vious opening. Tho ice palace was finished Saturday; tho ico statuary, of which there will be many fine groups, is well on toward completion; some seven thousand street lamps are in piac. the clubs have been drilling for weeks; the Indians are camped around the palace ; tho cable cars are running, and the floats aro ready. Tho ico palace stands on the same site as in former years, Control park, and occupies a space of. 200 feet square, and rises to a height of ISO feet No timbers or supports of any kind are used, the only material being ice. It is built in the Medlxeval stylo, and has a profusion of towers, keeps, bastions and tur rets. In its building upwards of 60,000,000 pounds of Ice have been used. The generaJL appearance of the palace is at once majestia and ethereal, and, when lit up by thousands of electric globes of various colors, will pre sent a beautiful appearance. This afternoon his imperial highness, Du rant Borealis, rex, will receive the golden koys and enter into possession. Tho pageant attending the reception and installation of tho ice king will be one of unusual magnifi cence, several thousand uniformed subjects of his majesty taking part; COLLIERY EXPLOSION. Horrlblo Fate of Fifty-Seven miners nt Victoria, B. C. Victoria, B. C, Jan. 20. An explosion occurred in No. 5 pit of the Wellington col lieries yesterday morning, by which over fifty lives were lost. A dense muss of dust and smoke shot into the air. The noise of the explosion was similar to the report of a large cannon. The fan houso was destroyed, also tho woodwork in tho Bhaf t. TITO fan houso was quiokly repaired and the fan started. The shaft timbers were so badly damaged that the cages could not be used, but ropes were immediately lowered. The first miner to come out of tho pit had climbed by means of the cago wire cable to within one hundred feet of tho top. A ropo wss then lowered to him, and ho reached, tho surface exhausted. A cccond miher was also rescued by this method, but tho third when within fifty feet of the top suddenl- relaxed his hold and fell to tho bottom of the pit Two men wore then lowered as a searching party. They ro turned, and stated that nothing could be heard but calls from below. Fortunately the mine had not taken fire. A temporary cage was made and lowered to a considerable depth, tho'miners climbing to it by means of laddors, so that 103 of the 100 miners were resoued. The unfortunate who had fallen baok into the, pit was taken out dead. The oxplodon took place in the last level, and in this twenty-five white minors and a number of Chinese wore imprisoned. At 5 a. m. all the white men who wore at work wore carried out dead, and the taking out oX Chinese began. Physiol an Foand Deaa. Cincinnati, Jan. 20. Dr. Archibald B. Heighway, aged eighty-six, one of tho wealthiest and best known physicians in the city, was found dead at 11:80 a. m. at the foot of the stairs leading from his office to his sleeping room on the second floor at 80 West Seventh street He had ovidontly been lying there for some time. His son, Dr. A. E. Heighway, Jr., was so shocked by his father's death that he was taken ill and had to bo removed to his home next door. Miraculous Escape. San Francisco, Jan. 20. A Kingman, Ariz. , special says : Meagre details are just re ceived of the miraculous escape from death of the passengers in several Pullman cars on tho Atlantic & Pacific. The train was going up grade when tha sleepers broke loose, ran bock, and pluuged ' over an embankment, smashing the cars to pieces. No one was killed, but several passengers wero soYcrely Injured. Fire nt Newark, Ohio. Cleveland, O., Jan. 20. O. G. King's shoe storo nt Nownrk, O., was completely gutted by flro last night. Tho loss on tho building and stock is estimated at $150,000. D. L. Jones, hardware; Crano Brothers, nll- I HnnrV. And W. "W. Rnrnonlft KAWnlrv HllflPnm1 I linery, and W. W. Sprague,jowelry, suffered uoaviiy from water and smoke. Disgraceful. Columbus, O., Jan. 20. The work of pro curing a jury in tho tolly sheet forgery cases is proceeding to-day. Tho most sensa tional scenes are taking placo in court over the radical speeches of the attorneys. Tho judgo has givon notice that he will clear tho court room and hold tho sessions in private unless order is maintained. Shot Himself Whilo Climbing a Fence. Kokouo, Ind., Jan. 20. John Ashley, a Clay township farmer, is reported danger- i ously wounded by accidentally shooting him self while climbing a fence whilo out hunt ing. " Well Known Politician Seriously 111. SW, ? "Jfv Ja? 28-Tho ,non- P' ,0' Walker, of this place, a member of tho Democratic Bta to wmmUteo, Is lying nt the Pmt oI iQaai- REIGN OF TERROR IN CUBA CITIZENS OF HAVANA MURDERED, R03BED AND KIDNAPED. The Officials Plunder the Trcosnry of Fifty Thonsnnd Dollars and Suppress Out Spoken Newspapers Fresh Canse for Alarm Increasing; Hourly. Key West, Fla., Jan. 36. -During tho tost ten days Havana has been in a turmoil and on tho vorgo of mob violonce. The trouble was caused by" tho unicrupulous acts of Captain General Marin (aid his officials. Although Marin has been in offico three months, his administration is reeking with crime. The government tax Is short $50,000, tho local board of alderman have gobbled $40, 000, tho Cardnenos tax office is short $10,000, and every office of trust is honey-combed with fraud. Two wocks ago tho Indignant citizens made vain appeals to Marin for pro tection. A mass meeting was held, but Marin ordered armed guards about the gathering and prevented the speakers from addressing the people. El Progresso, a mercantile- newspaper, de nounced Mnrin'8 act, andito-day the paper was suppressed by order of J the despot When Marin learned that merchants wore lending cablegrams of protest to tho homo government ho placod an armed guard about tho cable office. Then tho bright and fearless La Lucha, newspaper, censured Marin in caustic language, and tho despot now threat ins to suppress this sheet. On Sunday there wore twelve murders, one suicldo, eight highway robberies and four stabbing affrays in Havana and Car denas. Senor Porez, a wealthy sugar nier ehont, was found murdered in tho streets. Senor Antonio Luis, a prominent planter of Guinea, has been kidnaped, and is now held for ransom at some unknown placo, proba bly by the murderer Lenque Romero. La Lucha in its last issue says: "We must pro tect ourselves, as wo are living on top of a powder mine." A special from Havana says that the situa tion is becoming more alarming every mo ment PREPARING FOR BATTLE. The McCoy and Hatfield Factions Lnylng in Supplies of Ammunition, CATLrrrsBURO, Ky., Jan. 20. There is nothing new from tho fierce vendotta that is being waged between tho Hatfield and Mc Coy factions in Pike county, Kentucky, and Logon county, Weet Virginia. The scenes are now in Logan county, a sparsely settled district, entirely without railroad or tele graph facilities, and with only a tri-wcekly moil, consequently all news of a general character is brought by a special courier. Some Pike county people were hero to-day and purchased and shipped sixteen Winches- tor rifles, 88 and 44-calibor, having purchased all that were to be had at our hardware stores. It is also a known fact that a Hatfield party was hero rinly'a day oi so ngo and purchased $10 worth of ammunition. This, coupled with the fact that the county judgo and county attorney of Pike county have gone to Frankfort in quest of arms, looks very much like tho war is on in earnest, and that tho wilds of West Virginia will ring with music during tho coming week. Almost everybody is up in arms in the two counties named above, and tho excitement increases daily. There is big fun ahead. Murder at an Indiana Dance. Ttpton, Ind,, Jan. 20. An unprovoked murder was committed a few evenings since in. the northeastern part of this county. A dance was being held at the residence of Goodson Porter, and among those present were two young men named Date Garris and W. Recder, between whom a grudge of bst eral months' standing .existed. During the evening Garris, Recder and several other young people were conversing in a group, when Garris struck Reeder a terrible blow over the right ear with a long, heavy bluing bottle, filled with water to increoee ita weight The blow crushed Reader's skull like nn eggshell and foiled him insensible to the floor. He was at once removed to his home whore he died a few hours later. The authorities were not notified of the tragedy until Garris had made his escape, and thus far he has succeeded in eluding the officers, who are in pursuit A Proposed 835,000,000 Road. Duldth, Minn., Jan, 20. The Duluth, Northwestern & Winnipeg company, with a ' capital of $35,000,000, has been incorporated. ' The proposed lino runs from Duluth to Grand Rapids on the upper Mississippi, to which point it will probably be built this season, and from there to the Manitoba bor der, and to a point on tho Rod rivor between tho Northern Pacific at Fargo and the Mani toba road at Crookston. It will make an eastern connection with tho Duluth, South Uhore & Atlantic road. Dynamite Kzplosion. Jenkintown, Pa., Jan. 20. At 9 o'clock this morning a terrible explosion occurred at tho dynamite factory at Bothayres station, near here. The building was entirely de stroyed, and tho workmen blown in all di rections and several badly injured. A young man named John Gaston was the most seri 1 ously hurt, his sido being cut open and his k loft arm torn off. Ho will probably die. Tho other injured men may recover. nnna rt n1nco wlflil, n linlf mlln nt Every pane of glass within a half mile of tho fao- tory was broken. "Whcellng Glass Workers. Witeelino, W. Vo., Jan. 20. Special from Pittsburg to the Nows Letter says tho board selected to arbitrrto between the Cen tral glass workers, of this city, and their em ployes, to-day decided that tho verbal agree ment existing between tho company and their employes is binding. This decision re moves theso works from the ban of tho now ccalo, presented by the Glass Manufacturers' Association until July next ! Chicago Carpenters. Ciuoaoo, Jan. 20. Tha Chicago Carpon ' tors' union received a report from its com- mitteo last night, giving tho result of tho conference with the commit too of boss car penters. The demand for thirty-five conta an hour and eight hours work, from April 1 was virtually concidod by the bosses, and it U expected that a striko will be averted. A MESSENGER'S VERSION. A Postmistress Also Tells What She Knows About Hopkins and the Fidelity. Cincinnati, Jan. 20. Attorney Batoman read the testimony of Briggs Swift to tho Jury in the Hopkins case this morning. It was tho sa'mo as used in the' Harper trial. James A. Bryan, n colored man, formerly Fidelity mossongor, testified that ho copied letters in tho afternoons in a book kept by Harper. He was In the bank on Juno 14 un til 0a.m. His desk was about twenty-flvo feet from Miss Holmes'. Harper and Miss Holmes gavo him the lotter to copy. Ho never saw Hopkins dictating letters ttfMlss Holmes; in fact, ho had very little to say to hor Novcr taw Hopkins havo anything to do with tho books of tho bank. Miss Ada Nixon, postmistress at Ludlow," Ky., was called, and a sprightly little lady, bright-eyed and rosy-cheeked, took tho stand. 8ho was formerly employed as assistant cor respondent in tho Fidolity. Sho never saw Hopkins dictating letters to Miss Holmes. When asked concerning Miss Holmes' move ments in tho bank, witness, with a toss of hor head, said sho paid no attention to hor. Joslo Will Go Free. Cincinnati, Jan. 20. It is authorita tively stated hero that Josio Holmes will bo sot at liberty upon tho conclusion of tho Hop kins trial. ARBITRATION FIRST, Militia Aftcrwnrd Dolnjrs In tho Ohio House and Senate. Columbus, O., Jan. 20. The houso this morning passed several bills, among them tho bill prohibiting employers from calling on the militia and polico to suppress strikes unless arbitration is first tried. Tho bill fix ing the fees of county treasurers also passed. In tho senate, bills were introduced em powering official stenographers to swe lr wit nesses and compel attendance for depositions, requiring horso doctors to obtain a state cer tificate before practicing; authorizing the payment of twonty-flvo cents for hawk scalps. A protest was received in tho senate from the Evangelical allianco against tho repeal of the law punishing Sunday hunting and fish ing. The bill 'making tho commissioners ot i Hamilton county pay $000 a year toward tho salary of tho doputy of the police court clerk passed the sonate and is now a law. Pennsylvania Company's Troubles. Pmsnuno, Jan. 2a All of the superin tendents of divisions and branches of tha Pennsylvania lines, between Pittsburg and Chicago, aro in consultation with" Genera ' Manager Baldwin, at tho general office of tho company in this city to-day. Tho meet ing is held for tho purposo of determining the nature and extent of concessions to be ' granted to the demands of their employes. "Extraordinary care will be taken," said an official this morning, "to effect permanont satisfaction to all ' concerned, and by this means remove all vxwslbilltles of future trouble. Notwithstanding the denials from General Manager Pugh, of Philadelphia, and upenntenaent nooer nroairn, or this city, the Brotherhood of Brnkemen on the Penn sylvania railroad's middle and Pittsburg divisions, reaffirm that their demand for in creased wages and otLr concessions have been, placod in tho hands of tho general man ager by a spoclal committee. A brother hood ofllcial states this morning that the Pennsylvania railroad wHl have to come to timo as has tho Pennsylvania company. " Probable Murder at Huntington, Ind. Tuntinoton, Ind.. Jan. 26. Yesterday at noon Charles Pfelffer entered the saloon kept by William G. Morse, and asked for Morse. Ho was told that Morse was sleep ing, and going to an alcove where the man was in bed he aroused him, slapped in tho face and applied an opprobrious epithet Morse stepped behind tho bar and picked up a glass to throw at him, when Pfelffer drew a revolver and fired, tho shot entering just below the heart and ranging downward. Pfelffer walked out and gave himself up. Morse is in a critical condition and will probably die. Pfelffer formerly elerked for Morse, and tho two had had trouble. Pfeiffar came here from Connersvillo, Ind., a couple of years ago and has a family. Returned From Canada. PrrrsBuno, Jan. 80. E. a W. Keofer, the Allogheny insurance agent, who suddenly left the city and was next heard from in Canada about two months ago, about whoso disappearance and business liabilities so much was sold at the time, has returned to tho city. Mr. Keefer explains his absence by stating that he found it necessary to tempo rarily seek refuge from the unreasonable and persistent officials of the inmironoe com panies ho represented, who demanded of him a cold spot cash settlement at a time when he was unablo to comply. Ho has now set tled with all creditors and propones again en tering business. Ho denies having'owed any money to an organization in which he was treasurer. , Mysterious Disappearance. Portsmouth", O., Jan. 20. Fdllowlnir closely upon tho flight of George Lict, the disappearing treasurer of the German Pres byterian church, Is the disappearance of Tom M. McBrldo. He left his home on Gallia street Thursday evening to go to a grocery near by, where ho purchased some provisions and left them to be called for on his return home, and has not been seen sinco. His wife and children are di? "acted with grief, and fears of suicldo aro entertained. Ho is thirty eight years of age, lately taught school at Mount Joy, this county, but has for somo time been out of employment Two Grand Army Chnrtors Revoked. iNDiANAroLis, Ind., Jan. 20. Yesterday the council of administration of the state de partment of the Grand Army revoked tho charters of tho posts at Logansport and South Bend Tho troublo arose from tho Indianapolis faction of tho Women's Auxil iary Relief corps securing recognition front tho National onenmpmont. Tho suspended posts havo chargod tho state department offi cers with using undue influence in bringing this about Thirty-Throe Years n Fugitive. CniLLiCOtHE, O., Jaa 20. Richard Cassl boon has just boon arrested for a crime com mitted thirty-throe years ago. Ho killed William Hyde whilo tho latter was Interfer ing in a quarrel between Casslboon and his wife. Ho got off with a short sentence of imprisonment, but brolco jail and has been a (ugitivo from just ico over sinco.