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a ; o ed, red d` n ovn th0 deeton. aius Mjaa i. ger. ret e , whisk hea !t N over, mo4e 'r matd j o ir i h~ehi ompl.tpauy d Psro e s. by " ranee. r ' o .-i i)urº Pfthi m d with that the 'rrespoadlag period of 1885, ahout t ood e;ditton. Two bn K dudred arh tI nre f iron aret steel mills 700 tows of metal ie used dally. Io nine reks he podtler: @tr oan doble the decdeision. NJW YON K, June 17.-Lor4Winfred "hompton, the young bridegroom werho, whkied he satthe iturtevant ' thblb tbýSh.g Tkel s.oqI41 hoýw. ver, Tuesday, meand fired four bullet or to his own bodyuppr did not de durn theadhte' as anticy patedt separathe son Ste ron spital. noon yester-. . Pi' eaua , Jugs17Y.--Tbhe Iron 00 pdt this ysemx `lsompar d with that of the was restoing quietly unriod of 188the, shows a good cObdltUon. Two hbun dred ofand tires. to more iron arnde betpg esdethaadbarlelg ist June. Iw steel mlle 900 topr of metal is used daily. I; nine cours the pof the bullr on double turn, In `the remainder haf of the puddllnd furnaces are in doterte and halt it hasngle touched rn. pot Deat. Yet. NEW. YLosRK, Jane 17.-Wioured B. Thoposon, the young bridegroom who killed his wIe atthe by Mturteant hotel, Tneeday, and flrd I four bullets into his own body, did not die during the night, s anticipated by the ort o gMaxwellons in the hospital. At noon yester day he was resting quietly under the iF.flence of morphine after an undifs tribed night The ourthe of the bullet hy not bgen traced but hopes are ena terlained that it has touched no vital point. st The Mawell Care. ST. Louis, June 17--Four affida vits were filed yesterday by Messrs. Martin and Fauntleroy In support of their motion for a new trial tio the Maxwell case. In the three Of the afdavits the parties swear that Jesse F.. Sears e;pressed an opinion unta vorable to the prisoner prayious to the tau, and the fourth is in regard to Juror Cuolahan. Ice ii mase by $Ien" shaala;b cesqp,` hjttul. trI~~iig~j :.i iw~l c ~ jsbuag .~9f~& aeitnace st ItI Northwestern ralrad, bat -.ndht have : , A xpe ;, he renl-on bet a the th Sth maladministratione b em e , rjr d ay the form er'' o n ane O denpn fy #i ty A terk wo a "ate ;r Ma y clerk who 4, d mnnde4I Q tile etorn nS his statement. Q'Melveny reili Sthis #ss b efu and '#h$ se had a right to his opinion. "Well, f0 ea'texape5s your opinlon of to m the way you have been doing," alid Coty,, at the same time etriklai'the attorney a vvitoos blow on thib bht $ the head, felling him to the floor. The attsneyr rose to return the blow but wag again knocked down by the en raged clerk, Who -eached toward his hip pekt for a revolver. Friends by ties time interfered and persuaded Conty to .-edat, A' jatge bump on OMelivny's lhead, a bflck eye and a deed of frienship are the results of the encounter, LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE. BATON ROUGEr, June 16.-The Sen ate yesterday engrossod and passed to the third reading the Whitaker bill for the election of Judges in the pariah of Orle es. Mr. Hunter'of Rapides, in the House offered an eulogy on the late Rev, James K. Gutheim, In which ho said that in the discease of the Rev. James K. Gatheim the State of Louisana has lost a son whose memory Is worthy of full hocor as a. reward for his own great abilities which were ever employ ed in the behalf of philanthropy as broad as it was earnest; for t he good. skip. of bls heart, which knew no bounds of creed or sect; for his anima ted and lively sympathy with human suffertng wherever found, and for his untiting apd unswerving devotion to dud advocacy of birthright of ustioe, whatever garb they wore and what ever was the cost of time of esdeavor. Mr. Dowqlag's penitentiary bill was before the House judiciary committee yesterday morning, but before the eommittee cguld set the -Hose met the m ettr went o o - ~~C s 4. lot etdly w0, ` as fiysees in E ' .atlM d*e a cll results. and 1885 food Hois larger than suan. " be a reasonabl' e "en pe ability of the p lpis to r~ was not greatly 5lwj,~ year's operations;. S: s hand, planters, "hlvre ' of the world's workers,, sources; many, perhaps a. Jority of them, Work aier depend upon advances lrp i plies and cash.' To all suck .b treme cautionm which pr~ealp ness circles s ow 4 .I :a to cultivation ; it makisUE s pJi and as prospects asi#t fqýI 0 W not encouraglnfa boi~*liue extentionflrode qofavor $) a prudence is generally yR ' where it is tacking it I°hth ` We recail thus a ua tlally confimingi the eraM4'Stgi vestigations rýt ' `ag - average I j t.~ · Iyear, but it ý a ,$l ,p f4 ception of silglab stall oss0lei'tb. othea~~ir ~tats;, I -~ IjppjIsc ., L: A(4 -ii £' i 1m i !A a " A 4. p bipolnl,. a1a.