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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 9, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioA it a Timber 129.Cincinnati. Monday april 9,&Quot 1883. Price two cents. Washington wireless. Alibi Takt How Al Resio nation probable. 0mtt� attacks to pro a Uit it with time general theiman last trip inspection. Washington april 8.�?assistant secret tory new arrived Here this afternoon from tonight he received several a Allera at his Roony at the Willard. The Guiday papers Here say he intends resigning his position As assistant Secretary and to iat he feels the Cut Given him by one Ham a appointment Verja keenly. Said it no his most intimate friends today a i Timve no doubt . New will resign his position in the Treasury. He is just the Roan to do it and with due respect to his dig Biry i shall advise him to do a a How soon Quot i asked. A not until this Breese quiets Down. But 1 would not be at All surprised if he should Zaa Ign tomorrow although i do not anti i mate it under a month. He is the kind Nan to resent a Cut this kind and he is Bot afraid to speak it either be is a out a Nihat himself. I Don t believe there a Arspn Halican prominence in the state not even excepting Gresham himself but Liat Bueres in Nis own mind that . Haw has Nof been fairly treated by the administration. He was the first Man prominence in Indiana to a spouse the Arthur cause and he took the position he now occupies Writh the Promise getting a Cabinet office. Never mind there will be a Day a 8undi paper says it is rumoured that Fibre tar forger intends going out the Cabinet in a snort time and that he in sneered the appointment Gresham As me master general in order to prevent John c. New succeeding As Secretary the Timbury. Wash Toton brettt1e9. Tkv Gay tto Ataalla the omit we a last tour in a poet lob. Quot Wash Wotton april 8. Washington fat Bette heretofore an administration Organ today surprises the populace by a double leaded editorial attack upon the Way the president is conducting the sex Sentive affairs generally. It Days the presi-4ent has amazed his enemies and dishonoured his friends some his acts being a och that no honest Man can approve the editorial closes with this paragraph a it transpires that an imbecile occupies the hair it is Only one the phases degradation to which the people this country Are obliged to submit we will not speak what we know the personal habits the president Quot we will not aay what we could truthfully say a Hout Home his Cabinet ministers. It would do no Good and might do harm. All we have to say is that from knowledge and Cuel no such an administration Ever before existed in this country and none like it Ever Rii Ould exist again. We admit the Gaz. So Ebman Stoub. Gan Eiml Sherman will some time in Juna atari upon his last tour inspection the army newts. He will not be accompanied by ladies this trip As he has hitherto been As it will he too rough for ladies. Sometimes the party will travel horses sometimes mules and some Mai iii la rough Road wagons. Chief Justice Waite Justi Gray and general Tidball r&dtmoifet1a, the Wenera t St fit will be the Narty. They will go ant to Detroit Ana thence through the Boff them portions All the territories in Riding the outdo in Alaska. In re fuming they will visit California and the Yallo atone Park. They will not Start until after general Sherman has attended me graduating exercises at West Point. Abb Sokal. John s. Lord and Henry Stambaugh. Of Toung town and h. W. Wiley Lafayette lad., Are at the Ebbitt. Tin president. Were in reality smugglers. Captain Thompson the 4th i avar a with a squad camped the Trail the Llego , and reports that the suspicious band were Sra i lers from old Mexico. Smuggling is filly indulged i and to such an extent that it bus been found necessary to attach another mounted inspector to the custom Bouso at 1 Leming therefore this explanation the auspicious hotly men who made w alike demonstrations toward a Southern Pacific track Walker is generally accepted As Correct. Latter Day ba1nt8. Yesterdays services at the Kirtland o., reunion and the weeks programme. Kirtland 0., april 8. Village was crowded today and the attendance at the third Day the Murmon reunion was increased by 500. A prayer service was held at 8 clock in the Temple. The old Church was crowded at 10 30, when Rev. Joseph Smith jr., president the saints Del Vereil an eloquent Sermon a quorum twelve opos les and a quorum seventy elders occupied the pulpits at each end the Church. Smili said he intended to preach a Sermon for the Benefit the gentiles present. He prefaced his oration by saying a i ostracized by people because i am a son Joseph Smith. I am not responsible for my father s acts but for my own character. A Many a deeds and not his Creed is what brings eternal salvation. The Power to reason is a Isi notion characteristic human beings and eat h one should be held res kit Snible for his acts in this life. Why is it then if god judges us by character and not by Creed Why is it that i am universally condemned and looked upon As a Devil it is simply because the apostate so called mormon would say my character is All right but my religion is what is the matter with the Sermon was an exposition the mormon Faith and Why the latter Dav saints Are so firm in their belief. At the afternoon service Rev. Joseph t. Lambert chichi go delivered a discourse in which he gave a history the mormon Church and advanced facts to show that Joseph Smith during his entire life never practice preached polygamy. He also claimed that the mormon Faith was the Only True religion Reading extracts from the holy Bible to prove to in same elder a i Blair preached a Sermon tonight amp revelations reviewing the miracles and Prois Yecies from the beginning the worlds history to the present time. Conference business will be resumed tomorrow. The saints were startled by a statement that a spy from the Utah mormon Church was present at the reunion taking notes for use in Salt Jike City. The meetings the coming week will he considerable interest. Elder w. O. Clark California preaches tomorrow night. Tuesday evening Joseph Smith lectures Temperance. The our Stion divorce will bring up a lengthy in the conference As some the saints do not believe in Marria after divorce and want the Church to decide the question. In an interview with the Rev. Or. Gurley who has for Many years been in Washington As a missionary to defend the rights fhe Jatter Day saints and fight tooth and Nail the Brigha mites Utah polygamists that gentleman said a we recognize the holy Bible like All other religious denominations. Our Bible is like All others. Although the world does not know it people generally will be surprised to learn the fact that we antagonize poly a Mista and the Church Utah out and out. There is As much difference Between us As Between baptists and presbyterians. We ask no Compromise Writh them and we want the world to know that we Are Labouring to have the government the United states Divide us and recognize the separate churches. We do not wish to be confounded with the Utah mormons in any sense whatever. We propose right Here at this reunion and conference to make the name the latter Day saints respectable. There is nothing in our Faith practices to give the world 5ny other impression. We have a great number churches in the East branches in Brooklyn Boston and new York. All the converts the Utah Church arc foreigners and from the most ignorant classes to be an imaginative Story. The alleged situation cer. Tain Columbus newspapers. The defeat the Scott Bill Durbin wards Aggro solve Gabei Natoria Campaign a our Fol Leo situation. Found in the whole Europe. There Are coming convention and the conference a wide a sorta to a expo Tho to portors Hia Slatary a rotting la phaltion. By. Louis april 8. Washington Cor riptide it the Globe Democrat says the president having chosen his new Post matter general and left a legion expectant men Atill remaining in the hands their friends has at last gone his Long ii her Holiday and is now whizzing away joyously to the Florida coast a corps newspaper men Are streaming after him like the Tail the great Comet and the zest an escape la Given to the president s trip by his plans for evading these town steer escorts. Poor David Date journey to North Carolina for his Bride was made miserable by the presence these amiable spies and the sex senator was highly incensed at such a flattering tribute to his importance. The zealous journalists preceded and followed his Valu and the Index Dent statesman was taken Aback to find one them hidden a Way in the same car in which be to veiled. The president pro Poetee to elude his sentries by taking medial boats and getting a far away from the great resorts the Peninsula As possible pending the greater part tie time it sex minister Sanford a Large estate. During his absence the White House will be Given Over to the mop and the scrubbing Brush and a Complete course House Daniuk be through with. His elder mater mrs. Haynsworth. Who has been Here for the past month will remain at the mansion with Little Kellie Arthur and Lead the same Saiet life that she has insisted upon during her stay. Mrs. Haynsworth cares nothing for the Little excitements and the entertainments society and irs remained in Washington these weeks be canal she has found the climate More favourable to her health her Ethan elsewhere. With every inducement to enter society and constitute her herself the Leader a Brilliant Circle she has studiously refrained from doing so and except for presiding at the table the occasion her brother a frequent and quiet dinner parties has taken no part in the social life the capital. The capital today is authority for the statement that a prior to his departure the president Jive his Cabinet to understand that they were not to trouble him with final matters during Bis this leaves the Field free to Secretary Chandler the capital also states that the president has become weary the White House As a place residence and that he is Likely to take quarters at the soldiers Home his Ratum. _ Herstek will not retire. Washington april 8. It was rumoured this evening that . Merrick would with draw at the earliest possible moment from the a no execution the Star route Case upon the ground ostensibly that he can not longer neglect his private practice. The Rumor was predicated upon the belief that the jury would acquit and he does not Wahto am me further responsibility Leav ing it to . Blim. When your correspond a in i be the report to . Merrick that As Tieman laughed and said there was not in Digh Teet bit troth in it. Kill Ltd by Lech Tang. A arb txitk., april 8.�?during Thunder storm today Tobias Netherland was killed by lightning and postmaster Boldn severely shocked. Two horses were killed instantly and several other persons shocked. Netherland s flesh was opened to the Bone from the Kint m the shoulder Down to the end b right foot the greatest Sec tement Luevata. _ _ net is lims. But smugglers. In ivc n. M., april 8. fac has vean eatable bed to the Latis action Irmy Len that the supposed band renegade indians that crossed the Sou diem Pacific a rms West Gage station thursday now 150,000 polygamous Romious in the territory and they Are increasing at the terrible rate 50,000 a Indiana teachers. Colum bus 0., april 8. Able liar and con sum male sneak who writes to the enquirer from this Oitt under Tjie Norn de plume Pickaway details a condition affairs in regard to the two afternoon dailies published Here which is utterly at variance with the truth. It is True that the times is endeavouring to enlarge its capital by reorganization and that the usual difficulty personal and political i references exists i it the remainder the statement is a confused muddle false Enid with not a redeeming Grain truth upon which to build it. Tie state nent that . Rutnam demanded and received a pecuniary Bonus from democratic officials is one which tvs crammed Down his Throat upon a former occasion. In Twenty five years engaged in publishing democratic papers . Putnam never asked for received $1 pecuniary Aid from any source. His losses and they Are not few live been entirely sustained by himself. In regard to the dispatch the animus the enquirer gang creeps out. The dispatch is an Index it indent paper and its proprietor conc Mlod that the interests the City would be Best Subserve by the re election mayor Peters and while it did no zealous work for that official it spoke kindly him and declined to Supi Wrt Walcutt. The unthinking would suppose that the paper deserved the thanks democrats for its assistance. But that is not the kind Aid the enquirer desires and the mangy cur it keeps in this City to snarl about the heels decent people snaps viciously account the services it rendered. Or. Peters is known to be a Friend senator Pendleton hence the satisfaction regarding his defeat Ami the virulence abuse which it spits at the agencies which sought to secure his election. The enquirer has persistently fought every Effort to put a democratic ii apr its feet in this City and it is about time Liat Columbus should learn the motives the interested advice which is forever being in typed into their cars by the Cai Issaris that satanic Sheet thed efe Ito the Scott Bill for taxing the Liq Tioff traffic yesterday will probably end All efforts in that direction during this pcs Sion. The people have had All the wrangling Ca Cusing and a it perplexing contrivances without result As there is not a member the Assembly Olio will we Ager a Nickel that either the amendments w ill be adopted by the people. It should be definitely tide stood by the Reid Tahle democracy the state that the desiderata Rule ruin faction the party Are laying their plans to secure control the caucus called for the 19th inst., to subvert its purpose and make it an instrument vengeance. Questions principle applicable Only to National government will have no More place there than they would have had in your City convention yet the same clique which undertook to Rush in there with a Brand discord will attempt Todo the same thing at the meeting the 19th. It is highly Imp it Irant that a Noigh men who hoi get for Success through Harmony will be present to see that the brands Are sex before a conflagration ens tie. The business the committee is to audit accounts and tax the time and place the upon a More exalted dais virtue than that occupied by citizens engaged a other vocations. The ctn Irta Are elective As Are the councils school boards and other municipal authorities and it in an insult to All other classes society to Siviy that to secure honest government the municipality must be turned Over to the courts and the lawyers. God knows the lawyers live a tight enough grip now upon Wiir purses our liberties and our lives without surrendering to them the few remaining privileges and immunities tvs Ike Ssiss. The venality the court to new York Ami Pennsylvania has passed into a proverb immense estates Timve been wrecked railroads have been stolen Kaiui i ten live been imprisoned for simply tic stoning the rectitude their acts in is than a week ago in conversation with a gentleman from to Uther Ohio upon this question to put a very Strong . Said he a the most impractical Man in the world in business matters even Wiere he is inclined to be honest is a judge and the most unscrupulous Man in the world when it is a question fees winning his Case is a lawyer. Wily 1 think judge is As Ionest a Man As there a in tic world but in business matters he is As innocent As a child. A Short nine since in closing a great Railroad Case he made a this Tributino to the attorneys and officers tie court Wlinich made them All Rich and yet the work was a very Ordinary Cliar Acter. I have no doubt that the distribution was previously arranged Between the purchasing parties and the attorneys but the unfortunate Cerii itt who were left out in the cold were Short the amount tie extortionate fees and should have been protected by the court and i have no doubt would have been but for the fact that there is a species Legal ethics which consider railroads a proper Goose to Pluck even Down to the pin feathers and there pm to exaggeration fees which would Appal the att Filey the Railroad official in those fat caste a but there is a still stronger reason Why these municipal la Ards ought not to be tie appointees the courts and that is because the courts May be required to pass upon their official acts and should be entirely Untim meld with the entanglements which would certainly grow out to Weir appointment chief which would be suspicion by tie Community that their action was prejudiced by favouritism for their own creatures. The courts Are the arbiters Between the authorities and the people and can not satisfactorily a it form that function if to Leyare the source the authority whose Acta Are to pass in review before them. Your people should make at one honest Elburt to govern themselves and if they find it impossible Sli Ould surrender their charter and become a Ard the state. In that condition the a Rural lobster so who succeed in self government May be willing to extend the Aegis their Protection Over you. I notice that the Republican papers the state Are vigorously it piloting from the Toledo Ike extracts Denun Chatory the germans for voting fur one their nation Irish conspirators James Russell Lowell Speaks in no Uncertain tone. Additional Arr a to and Prada Attong London the pliant a Park mar Der re to re tried. At London april 8. observer today Days that uie police possess knowledge which May Lead to further developments in what is Likely to become the mde to hideous and stupendous plot modern Terr i. Should the Bill to Amend the Law in regard to explosions which sir Villiam Harcourt will introduce in the Homo amp commons monday not prove Retros feline Many members will support an Arne moment making it so. A Man named Antler be Twenty one years age a arrested today at a hotel in the Vicinity Waterud Bridge London. He had just arrived from America he is believed to be a Friend the prisoner Gati Ogher this arrest is Cousido Rcd one Thamos important yet Mode. A person residing Cloae to the Millbank prison has received a letter in which the writer threatens to blow up two Large Gas meters near Tho prison with Dytrt Fecitt two Large jars Nitro Glycerine have reached Cork Iron Glasgow. Addre to u to Flor Lily. The police have Sistov Citel a Quantity explosives freshly buried in a Field at Karnap near Fork. Two carboys Nitro Gly Ccrone have been lying at the Clyde shop Ping company s store in London since the 4th they Are consigned by a firm to Hierlihy. Cork april 8.�?gliflbrd Lloyd has arrived Here. Lie has come business connected Voith the discovery the dynamite conspiracy in la gland. The pm cent Park murders. A Bun april 8. secret inn try at the Castle before . Curran has not yet been concluded from the Peculiar methods which have Licen adopted by the author ties in conducting the examination witnesses it is believed that evidence is being collected created for the purpose making a Strong rebuttal in Case the prisoners charged Voith the Phoenix Park murders adhere to their determination relying upon an Alibi for Thelt defense. The detective police now claim that every movement the 6th May the men who Are to be a signed As the actual murderers lord Fred Crick Cavendish and m r. Burke has been ascertained through discovering the Persona with whom the men associated from time to time during the Day and afternoon and up to the time when they left Dame Street for the purpose lying in wait at the a face where the murders were committed. Extra precautions have been adopted at Kil Malobay jail where the murder conspiracy prisoners Are confined. The is singularly Well situated for an attempt Bein made to blow up such a portion it As woul enable a Large number those confined in it to escape laity for mayor in cratic Cumi Date w close a very successful session the Southern Indiana association. Washington ind., april 8. Southern Indiana teachers association closed its sixth annual session in this City yesterday with a visit to the Coal mines at can Neiburg nine Miles East Here being taken there a special train free charge by division superintendent c. I. Cole and conducted by Wright Kenner esq., agent the Amp m. The session was attended by Over 200 teachers among whom were some the leading educators the state. Papers were read by professors d. S. Jordan the state University James a May Salem aged seventy Eiri it d. S. Kelly superintendent the Jeffersonville schools Joward Sandison. Of the state Normal John l. Campbell Wabash College miss Kate Huron the Danville Normal d. Geeting county is intendant Daviess county and ii Mlet Allen principal the Washington High school professor c. E. Mcvay Cincinnati gave experiments in natural philosophy and Hon. E. E. White sex superintendent Public instruction Ohio later president Purdue University at , delivered a Sterling address this was the most successful session the association has Ever held. The next will be held at Jeffersonville commencing april 5, 1884. The officers for the ensuing year Are a. Sweeney Jasper president miss Annie Sanford Washington Secretary c. D. Bogart North Vernon treasurer d. 8. Kelly Jeffersonville chairman executive committee. The murder mrs. Carleton. Boston mass., april 8. suit clothes which Cunliff suspected the murder mrs. Carle ton threw in ten the Charles River was recovered and has been Given to a chemist for examination. It api it ears now that Clark the informer told several persons besides the police that Cunliff had confessed to him. one lie said that he had the piece soap w Ith w hich Cunliff washed the blood stains off his hands and that he would not take $50 for it. The a Ilice Point out a number inconsistencies in Nis Story but it seems incredible that he should Tell such a Story if if it were not partly True. give such and ice and suggestions upon these questions As will enable the committee to arrive at tie opinion tie a tarty. Platforms should not be discuss Oil. Liat Subj i t is the exclusive function the convention and should not he encroach red upon. Durbin Ward was in the City saturday. I said to him a general Vou Are in earn est in your candidacy for the governorship i understand a a yes it is now never with me. At my Lime life a can not wait and if the democracy Ohio desire to compliment me in return for a Long life devoted to their service they must do it now. Defeat shelves me forever. My opponents Are younger men and can wait. I wish my friends to distinctly understand that i am in for the fight an Ltd that under no circumstances will i withdraw. I shall thoroughly test the sincerity my a what do you think your chances a a Btl Rev Are excellent i have very Iuliu entail friends in every Section the a you will certainly be As Strong As any candidate if a yes i think there Are reasons Why i will be stronger. In addition to any strength either the other gentlemen May have i think my War record will count something. Liere Are thousands veterans in tiie state who will Lay aside party and vote for an old a will you make a personal canvass for the nomination a a i Sli Uil certainly use All honorable efforts to achieve a what do you iii ii the Prospect for the part a a excellent. The recent elections show that the current Union is strongly in the direction tie democracy. Nothing but division blundering can defeat us a the old hero Many Battles political and miliary took tiie next train for the Valley to look after fences w hich he had already been told were in excellent condition. I do not believe the legislature can be induced to commit the Blunder removing the Power your police out the lands the mayor oven to please Johnny Ami his Summers who wish to get control the Force. It Haa always been one the mysteries your municipal government that the enquirers Mil hence been More Felt in Republican administrations than in democratic. The jobs through which it became Rich were All pushed through Republican councils. But 1 think the re my Liana have experienced sufi cont disaster through this kind partisan legislation to deter them from repetition. I reference Totlis de Moho was an american and stating that the Bee is a democratic paper. That is not True. The democrats have no daily Joper in Toledo. The bet is thoroughly inde indent and sup skirted the de in cd ratio candidate for mayor in the line its Independent policy. I notice by the journal that . Scott Warren after having served his constituency almost uninterruptedly for thirty years has not yet ceased to hanker after legislative honors and although he has reached Tho limit the psalmist assigns to human exist enc he is not yet old enough to gracefully Recomb pc the immutable and yield to the logic events. Although beaten for he we Hines like a school Hoy about combinations he has Defeated using Money to accomplish the result. The charge is not complimentary to the republicans old Warren who have usually stood fair As a a Cople. The doctors defeat any Ftping is entirely mythical and i presume there is not a corporation individual in the world vrho cared As far As the effect legislation is concerned whether he came Back remain eel at doctors Long legislative career has been somewhat remarkable iii Pugna City and Force character have made him Promise it in ail the Sassei ublies which he has been a member but the same qualities added to a certain impracticability and a Grain humor so crossed that it ran like the Forks in the Hoosier Road everywhere so contributed to his unpopularity that it Touhl be difficult to find a parallel Case in which a Man worked so hard and Long and accomplished so Little. He Lias had in minion Abl hobbies ail which have been Defeated and he retires without achieving the Darling wish his life the speaker slip. Quiz. Lubun april 8, statement that Arra nire ments have been completed for the trial the prisoners concerned in the pm tens Park Mur Ders is confirmed. Joe Brady will be tried first. The Crown lawyers have determined to resist any Posti it Quement the trial. James Bussell Lowell dynamite. London april 8.�?a ban quiet was Given by the corporation civil engineers at Kensington last evening. Or. James Russell Lowell the United states minister was among the guests and replied to Tho Toast a your in the course his remarks . Lowell said Quot a More important function Dpi Macy is to maintain Rood humor Good Toul and an understanding Between nations. In the Way we look at Cemin Fin Damenti questions there is very Little difference Between the views an englishman and those an american. Though 1 May not venture to allude to delicate topics. 1 Nan say that no american any More than an englishman believes that assassination is War that dynamite is the raw material policy. Plot against the csar. Brisseus april 8.�?la Ronique says that the a it olice have searched the House a Frenchman who fled from this City after the Dyna Esufe expo has been for several years the proprietress and manager a successful conservatory music in Sania Barbara Cal. She is believed by musical critics to be the finest Soprano Here. Three the leading City churches have tried to secure her services. She appeared in the Delaware Avenue Church last sunday for the first time. The choir was new and it failed and mrs. Ketchum a solos were not up to expectations owing to her hoarseness. The Leader yesterday summarily dismissed her from the choir. A Church Row is the result and a decided commotion exists in society tonight. The Leader Jerome Moi re wrote a letter to mrs. Ketchum which almost brought him a thrashing from her gentleman friends. Moore then called and apologized and invited mrs. Etc Tom to sing again. This she refused to do. The Gentille horror. A life wasted Geni us a old Williams a the rag picker Lexington. A remarkable Man who hid under a bushels his pm Ete invention. Light was Neom thirteen lives in it St in the hotel fire at Greenville Tex. A notes and inc dents. Galveston april 8.�?a dispatch from Greenville gives the following particulars the Friday night when the hotel fell the shrieks Aid cries from the inmates who were crushed in the ruins were appalling but the fire which at once started a the ruins spread rapidly and soon All cries were hushed the flames having done their deadly work. The following were either killed outright burned to death in the ruins mrs. Pruitt proprietress the hotel George Pruitt a crippled son mrs. Pruitt Louis Alhert turned alive f. D. A Scilley contractor crushed Frank West crushed a r. Neal miss Lou Davis j. E. Ford . Hubli four negro servants. The Alcove named were buried in the ruins and it was utterly impossible to Render assistance to those who were not killed instantly. A few lumps charred flesh and hones representing the remains human beings have been recovered. The following inmates tie hotel were injured a d. Pruitt badly mangled . Turner probably fatally crushed m. O. Mars braised. The slightly injured Are d. C. Bell k. N. Denton to ave stores Louis Morris. Charles Brownell Percy Cox a t. Mcclure and Fred. Ende wife two daughters and servant . Turner Lay beneath the timbers until they in turned in Twain and him. Or Denton escaped death by a second falling Walls which released him. One Man Cut his Throat when he found the flames burning him. The cause the calamity is Uncertain. It is thought that an explosion powder in Armstead a hardware store blew out the West Walls the entire building to fall. The adjoining buildings were destroyed. Or. Pruitt raved like a maniac when he knew his mothers horrible death and it required several Strong men to save him from plunging headlong into the flames. A Telegram was sent to Sherman for a fire engine w hich came at the Speed a mile a minute arriving at Daylight. For six hours it poured a Stream water into the frames but too late to save any lives. The store James , hardware gee amp Wilson and k. L. Low Enstein agricultural implement to with Home minor buildings were burned All partially insured. Plot to blackmail. Special Corm Pondelee the nem. Lexington ky., april 6.�?an old Man died Here a few nights ago whose history dem res to be written. A old will lairs a the rag picker was for years a Faz Nullar a texture Here and men passed and Repa esed him in his squalid wretchedness knowing him a rival a old Bose a and caring Little for his past hts present his future. One night it was talked around that he was Soond dead a Coyote Ltd woman s doors p. There was perhaps an Idle question two As the item was recounted and that was All. But he was a remarkable Many More so Par than those who knew him Best had any idea . I Hod knows him for years and since his death have picked up by piecemeal Mauv things about him which 1 had not dreamed . And now adding what i have since Learned to i Elreada knew 1 am at a loss what to think him. Whether he was a miser a spendthrift a pauper a Genius a Lunatic is difficult to say. Jew son d. Williams was bom in Massachusetts about sixty five years ago and was educated for a school teacher. From his native state he came to Cincinnati,.passing, doubtless through Many Vicissitudes by the he had a brother who was a machinist and with a Strong Tura for Mecha Hica himself the two set to work to invent a machine for breaking hemp. With this idea in his head became Here about 1854. And has lived Here Ever since until his death. The hemp breaker was the Ideal his life end to that end he devoted All his energies for nearly Thistl year. A Jack All trades he made everything he did subservient to that one idea. Not until after the War when hemp was dear and labor High could he get any one interested in his invention and even then it was hard to arouse sufficient interest inspire sufficient Confidence to make any one Advance the Money for patenting and perfecting the machine. So the old Man went into a negro Many a Blacksmith shop and began to work tor him taking pay in Odd pieces scrap Iron and refuse Lumyr. At night he would put these together until out these he had constructed a rude Model his hemp breaker. When he bad finished this he placed it in the lot Back the shop and some Young men took it As a practical joke the old Illow and hid it from him top an adjoining shed. While Here some other persons found and destroyed it. This almost broke the old Many a heart to others it was a Mere rattle rap to him it was the embodiment a loved Ideal tie realm ton a life dream the Incardi Iatrou Day Sand years silent speechless patient toil intrinsically its value was nothing looked at from his sentimental standpoint it was beyond Price for it was to him Home and for lems wife and children Fame and Fortune for it was All be he to love and All he had to Hope for. This outrage As he deemed it. Roused the Hon in him for the first and Only time and he brought suit for damages. This was the occasion my first acquaintance with him. Old Atid ragged with unkempt hair and Matte Ltd by Ink his clothes barely hanging together enough to hide his nakedness bowed in Fig tire shutting causing in gait with Low voice and downcast Eye shrinking from Contact and from speech fellow Man. He had Glide Ltd hither and thither among the Busy people like an unquiet ghost banished from his 8tygian Home to do penance Earth for the i reach some Kundar Xanthine statute. So it seemed Odd to find him in the courts Justice his own volition As plaintiff and the defendant s attorney thought him out court. -4ud when he came the stand to testify and stood with his eyes fixed the floor Ami picking vacantly at his old Amlog for a hat with Skinny fingers More like the talons a Bird it seemed an easy matter to break him Down. But at thought . His wrongs he di8i<lence vanished and As he was plied changed unused Avail Bui crowds Mentaw kor Mesinger Cam and ther glided Ghostlike to the Graves Mouth Aas so bled awkwardly beneath the soda and the old wow the one and the pots and Bottea the other will alike be kicked to one Side among the dust Heap and the rubbish ii. World s Odds Sod ends to he soon forgotten. Williams called himself a unitarian. He was foil biblical lore and preferred to talk up chs religious topics rather than any other. He opted the doctrine Perg Atoy hut could not believe in eternal punishment Aeo Ordung to his Tiew this was with gods goodness though Man. A having fallen into Corrip ton a must is Chasity be purified by fire by a a fore he was fit for comma Ion Frith celestial beings. There were doubtless Many dark Hooks when he Lay in the Straw his stable loft and turned these great problems Over in his mind and. Poor Scaven a that he was if could know Bis reasoning and Hie Conol Tsiona they might Mayhap comma and themselves More strongly than the mild a Edna tons some Lily handed pulpit Pounder. His thought were a honest a his deeds and so fas As his life was known he wronged no Man and brought shame upon no woman and his tens. Rugged new England veracity made him piss form his menial duties with As much care As it Hewer Man Bering Justuce from therod Mck. What Romance Lay Back la wretched life we know not but it pleases us to think that there were gracious memories that came to bums him As he bowed his Bead in death and Visiola Green Fields went Down with him into Ali Waters where hts rags were washed away sat Bis spirit made ready for its shining Robe. _ Varim by Eray a abort Loa Maiu Post Huron Mich March 8.�?chief police Jackson Petrolia Canada Joy Rived Here with a Warritt for the arrest d a John a. Lawson Bat found be Hod fled to Cincinnati. It seems that some time ten Lawson arrived Here with miss Savolt Coleman a Beautiful Yon Glady Petrolia. They left the commercial hotel a and stopped several Days at the residence mrs. Freund a female physician where an abortion was a Lei formed. Miss Coleman was taken very ill and removed to her Home where she Aoa after died after making a confess iii Chw no Lawson with her ruin Wjk Coroner a verdict was found in Accordo Fos a with these facts and mrs. Freund Tju be arrested and officers Are searching for Lawson who is a stylish Young fellow and a tailor by Trade. The dead body the infant to which min Coleman gave birth was found the ice in Block River. Or Georgel Marshall Pittsburgh. Implicated la circulating an infant Oil report about Mary Anderson. Pitts cough . Moreb 8.�?a Dee i Laid Sion att a a show to a a i a a the it do Biack Mou and injure the Are ister and have found a number cipher letters some them from Byvoet. One the men arrested at the time the explosion which contain proofs a plot against the Czar. A Swiss town burned. Geneva March 8.-�?a conflagration at Val lorbes in the Canton Vand has destroyed 145 houses together with the Postoff Iee in which important securities were deposited. Twelve Hundred persons have been made homeless by the disaster. Water works Bonds. With questions to make him Loee his head expose Nim Seif and immigration to the Northwest. St. Pac�., minn., april 8. tide immigration to the Northwest has set in at least a month earlier than in former years and thus far Haa surpassed anything Ever known. All roads to the Northwest Are taxed to their utmost capacity and the freight Yards and sidetracks Are filled with cars immigrants and Movables in route to Minnesota Dakota and Manitoba. Ten thousand passengers Are received Here per week and forwarded to Northwestern Points by Way the Northern Pacific and Manitoba lines. Cd Imago freight Kates East. Chicago april 8, two weeks the volume eastbound freight fio Vir Grain and provisions from this City has fallen off 56 per cent. This indicates that the shippers Are Bolding off for the opening navigation. Thers Are intimations coming troubles Between the Easi Bonind , arising out difficulties regarding the Pool percentage and an attempt the port some the roads to Advance the rates dressed beef to which tie grand trunk which carries the bulk the traffic will not consent. Baseball at St. Louis. St. Louis april 8.�?no less than 10.000 persons witnessed today a game Between the St. Louis club and the Springfields the North Westera league. The St. A it us club won by a score 4 to nothing. Invariably the people have seized the first Opportunity to rebuke an invasion Ali fair rights and the history Ohio politics during the last Twenty year bears ample evidence that outrage defeats itself. I can not resist the impulse to occasionally allude to tie remarkable penchant our people for having somebody take care them. They seem to have utterly lost Confidence in their ability to take care themselves and Are forever crying out for a guardian. The attempt to place your Street making and cleaning in the hands the , and the renewed Effort in the taxpayers league Bill now pending to make the courts the supreme autocrats your municipality it seems to me should meet the severest rebuke from people who still have an impression that the fathers the Republic were not fools when they instituted self government. The history courts has not been purer than that Legislatures. From before the Days Jeffreys to the present time instances have not been wanting to show that they Are not Only not immaculate but that they arc governed by the same motives and impulses which actuate other people. For every Dollar that the Legislatures this country have been misappropriated been the instrument fraudulently placing ten dollars can be charged to the incompetency venality courts. And in making tins assertion 1 do not wish to detract from the general purity the judiciary no More than i will consent to the charge general impurity state and municipal Legislatures. I simply to impress the Foci that the is nothing in the vocation Law which lifts that profession a Cohoes new York defaulter. Truman Yon Glove forges notes aggregating a Lafogg. Troy n. Y., april 8.�?la.�?~>t week Truman Young love jr., Secretary and treasurer the Cohoes Straw Board company , i sup geared and his continued absence gave Rise to some ugly rumours some which have proven True. An investigation his accounts showed that he had forged the endorsement his father in Law Niel Iolas Clute to a note for $15,-000 and had negotiated other forged pay it to the amount about $9,000. The affairs the company were alms St entirely under his control and it is Ali Light he also appropriated All the ready funds he could obtain for his use. It is retorted that the books have not i it Een fully written up since january 1, so that an examination will not reveal the extent his embezzlement. Younglove who Salk it Twenty four years old is connected with some the leading families Cohoes and has always been most highly respected. His wife is the Daugher Nicholas Clute a director the manufacturers Bank a shoes and a Man Worth about $1,50,000. Younglove was not dissipated extravagant and was not suspected having any bad habits. It is rumoured however that he speculated in stocks. Suffering Over $.10,000 led to his ruin. His friends and relatives Are attempting to Settle the matter and have agreed to make Good the losses to the Banks. Tiie forged paper is held by tic Saratoga county Bank Waterford and the National Bank Cohoes. Ten year for robbery. Bock april 8.�? the8thof january last a Man named Prince representing himself As a United states detective arrested a Man named Mckinnan this City and took him to the grand Central hotel and in a private room under pretence examining him robbed him $150, locked him m the room and started fur the train. The a to lice were the watch for the conclusion his operation and finding him through and leaving arrested him when he Offei Triem the Money to release him. They placed him in prison and Flie was arraigned yesterday and pleaded guilty to growing himself the mercy the court. He received ten years in the Penitentiary. Some further disc lesion the teat Man and Russell Bills. Columbus o., april 8.�?one these dispatches Friday stated that the principal difference Between tie Yeatman and the Russell Bills for the issuing Bonds to the amount $6,119,000 for the completion the Markley farm water works project for Cincinnati was that the Yeatman Bill contemplated the lease the water Supply. The senator comes out in a card in this mornings news stating that he has been charged with seeking the a a Sale the water works. If he reads More closely he will find that no such word As a a Sale was used. His Bill provides for making a a a contract for the water Supply after the completion the Extension. While the senator is a lawyer it does not require a Legal mind to see that there is very Little if any difference even legally strictly Between tote terms a a lease and in his Bill he uses the word As these dispatches Stattel this morning an impression prevails Here that senator Yeatman a Bill is intended to provide for the appointment a Board trustees to succeed tie present management the Cincinnati water works so that after the expenditure the $6.119,000 a contract can be made with the Little Puin ing concern the South Side the River for the pumping and pushing water to Cincinnati and also the collection All the revenues arising therefrom. At this distance from Cincinnati it is difficult course to to at the real merits the question. The gentlemen who seek the trusteeship May be very reputable but it Haa been stated Here that the Bill gives to the Little water works concern Newport which a a Nice enough town by the Way almost absolute management the Cincinnati water works system that can Cannati pays the Miu Oiw and some possibly this outside Cori k ration not own Liftig either the a it ipes tie Mains the right Way and Liere fore untaxed shall derive All the revenues. The other trouble was also suggested this morning that after apion nement As the Yeatman Bill suggests and the company contracted with and acting under the Laws two states difficulties would arise As to the method appointment other trustees except in cases resignation death and tie any Success id a except such As the Board trustees Nii Glit themselves suggest. Fic Nator Yeatman however has evidently been worried by comments his Bill in his own constituency. He was certainly reported correctly in regard to All the Points he made in its favor and no injustice has been done him in comments. The trouble must have been at Home. Of Mary Anderson the great actress bos just been made Public at police Headquarters in this City. The particulars in Brief areas follows a few weeks ago the chief police Pittsburgh received a letter from . Hamilton Griffin Stepfather Mary Anderson. It set Forth that some time previously he had gotten a communication through the mail from . Geo h. Marshall Pittsburgh accompanied by a pen print letter. The letter purported to be an advertisement for the Sale a lot pictures Andersons nude form. Or. Marshall in his letter explain cd to . Griffin that he had Cone into Fujs session the pen printed letter and had by investigation found that certain parties bad made a lax number the obscene photographs and proposed to cast them to the Public everywhere a Nicas Mary Anderson and her family gave them $10,000. mar ritalin a letter . Griffin pay no attention and in a few weeks he received a second note from him again warning the scheme adding that he Only told him it because the Courtesy that should exist Between physicians. Upon the receipt this letter. Or. Griffin forwarded All the correspondence to the chief police in i Pittsburgh asking him to investigate its truth. The chief wrote Back referring the doctor to major Montooth a prominent attorney Here. A hitch occurred Between the Dottor and lawyer about fees and the chief is Aid was again sought. Doctor Griffin writing that he was not Able to handle the because a Manto Quot jurisdiction instructed that it should be placed in the bands the state United states officials. The result was that today the whole matter placed in the hands the a Xis Toffice act wives special agents at this City for a thorough investigation. Or. Marshall has a bad record Ere. He was Only released from the Penitentiary six Mouths ago where he served a term for abortion. air tickle the whole Mam. He a Tood there a Cool quiet self possessed gentleman answering tersely and i Nelly every interrogatory explaining Eie Ariy All the detail Hsii invention. And referring each movement the machine to the principle Mechanic which governed it poise times Tom tearing an impertinent question with quiet a a Basra. Sometimes with deep but unaffected pathos going step by step Over the painful processes by which hts Model bad been formed first in idea and then in material existence always Caudal and fair his Ems won Siml Toulue Wisla ease stronger to to Wren Cosett wort Tuv Nethie. Of coarse he got a verdict butt could Only be for the Ini Iasic value his Model which was very Litile and the Jurj gave Bira Ai they could Lender the instructions the court. A Mie Higgan county treat near a Rotor Asp scion. East Saginaw micm., april 8.�? tip night March 16, James Atherton treasurer Oscoda county arrived Here from Detroit and claimed to have lost his pocket Book containing $1,800. He offered a Reward $600 for its recovery and said that the amount lost All but $500 was county funds. Quot when he reached Home suspect we its aroused at the conflicting stories he bad told and tiie matter waa investigate Ltd. He claimed that the Money lost was drawn from the american National Bank Detroit when in fast he Drew no Money there but said $17 to Batann a a count which overdrawn to that amount. The Board Sui it Ervi sors rejected his Bond declared the office vacant and apis pointed a Cuc Cossor. The prosecution attorney informs the news Torresi it Ondy a a that Atherton is Short to the county $2.061, and will be arrested monday Ana be charged with embezzlement. Cotton Centennial exposition. Vicksburg miss., aprils. National Cotton planters affix citation has advices Liat the i legislature Arkansas has made an appropriation $2,000 tor the pure it Ose a state exhibit at the worlds Industrial and Cotton Centennial exposition to be held under the association in 1884. This action the Arkansas legislature wins taken without any solicitation from the association and May be considered a Jire Lucie to what other states the Union will do when called upon. The next meeting the executive a Ommittee the Cotton planters As Scky nation will be held the 24th instant when it is thought the above exposition will be definitely fixed. A practical demonstration. Saratoga n. Y., april 8.�?"wiuiam a. I by aged fourteen accidentally Hung himself at Greenfield Center yesterday. The inquest today disclosed the fact that be had been making u practical demonstration the manner in which executions Are conducted for the a Vou Tuter brother. Failure a Catholic society. Lawrence mass., april 8. augus Tinian society which sunk half a million Catholic Money in unprofitable banking will go into insolvency not having been Able to prevail upon the creditors to withdraw their lawsuits. It is cup octet that All the Church property including clip Echos. School buildings and several parcels real estate owned by the society Here and lick property in Andover will be sold the proc cells to go toward lieu Dat iii the existing debt. Terrific �400 conflagration it Dayton Dayton o., april 8.�?at half past 12 tonight fire was discovered in a stable belonging to a pro a erty ii. H. Rockey May Street. Before the fire was extinguished two adjoining stables caught and All three burned to the ground. Loss about a. The fire is supposed to be the work an incendiary. A Flat cd atm Church choir Row. Cefalo n. Y., april 8.�?musical circles have been for several weeks animated by the announcement mrs. Join Ketch umps engagement As Soprano in the Delaware Avenue Baptist cd Torch. The lady National land league convention. Philadelphia april 8.-the Central Union composed delegates from the various branches in Philadelphia the land league met this afternoon to arrange for the National convention which will be held Here the 26th inst. The executive committee was instructed to Issue a Call for a Public meeting to arrange for a banquet to be tendered to . Parnell upon his arrival Here to attend the convention. A Disi it atch was read from James Mooney president the National Ijo ague questioning the accuracy the cablegram which had declared list Parnell would not attic gtd the convention. This was was greeted with applause. Many tickets have already been Sidd for the reception to . Parnell to be Given in the Academy music the 27th inst. It was resolved to invite governor Patti son to preside at this reception. 11 err most at Philadelphia. Philadelphia april 8.�?herr most spoke at a meeting workingmen this afternoon in the Germania theater. He advocated communism and said that the time was Ripe for revolution which he thought would soon sweep Over Europe and America. He declared that the Czar would not be crowned and approved the course the Irish terrorists and dynamite fiends. But this attracted Public Utt coition to him and brought him material ass truce. Soon he had constructed two Large Luab dues and had them at work. But like All iii Emilou at firs they did not do what we Cla Feied for them. There must be a improvement Here had a different arrangement there All which would Cost More Money and his backers Cutie cited too much at the Start and soon tired furnishing him the Means he asked for. So his machine lie today neglected and falling to pieces in the Fields one in this county one in Bourbon. Some Day Perl ftps a stranger Riding by will pause to examine one them through Euriol bit and will see the weak Points and remedy them. 1 am told by one who has examined All the experimental machines others that this Man alone had the True idea a hemp breaker. There then will be a joint Stock company and a great factory and some eol Reaal fortunes will be made from the ideas this old Man whose body is turning to dust for he never had his invention Nate cd nor even filed a caveat so far As 1 can ascertain. From this time he lived from hand to Mouth doing Odd jobs All kinds and when not otherwise a bagged picking rags and old rubbish from the streets. In Summers heat and Winter s Enow he was always to be seen ii tiiu Here and there like a Shadow always wearing the same thin Happing s Rit rags which seemed Abo at to it Ftp off his body never speaking to any one until suck in to. Never begging and ready to turn hts hand to any lob that would net him a Nickel. The most abject picture misery he was yet strangely improvident and would lend a half Dollar to any worthless scamp who was Brazen enough to ask for it. He always had it to lend too for at any time Yon asked him to change a $5 Bill he would produce from among his rags enough Small change to make up the larger amount. At one ume he had two Gold watches and i owned them it a negro Man to Mise Money with. The negro used them As collateral borrowed Money them and built a Bouso with it. While the owner had to endure the pelting storm. He stayed much among Iho coloured people. A Fine linguist a thorough musician and deeply vented m Mnich Emetics and bookkeeping he would Glide from House to House giving a Lea Lon piano Origan Here to some que drown Belle there a practical thu traction doable entry mensuration to an ambitious Young Buck african descent and yonder drumming grammar and arithmetic into a More Youthful Seti gambian always accepting Gully whatever Smair pittance was him and going his Way in silence. Sometimes he wrote letters for them and Small contract and read a Chaput in the Bible to those who could not read. He said once that he Mode about Twenty thirty cents a Day writing letter alone and that was a great Deal to him. He spent almost nothing. He slept in a stable loft at Allan a soap Tao tory Vine Street. Where he ate ant when he ate nobody knew he was never known to drink use tobacco indulge in an v vice whatever. The a liar us and the family took great Inte rest in him end were As kind to him a he would let anyone be. But he seemed not to wish sympathy nor to desire anything that he had not Laboured for and. I. 3j during the recent bad weather he developed 8 dangerous taste pneumonia and came Down from his loft one morning very sick. Or. Allan made him sit by the stove in his factory and wanted to see the mayor and have him sent to the St. Josephus Hospital but he would not hear to it and seemed so by cutly Opp red to the prot it position that nothing further was said the Subjec t. One wednesday evening . Allan a it cd him to sleep in the store by the stove us better then the loft but he refuse to. Saying he lift two places where he could Stop and get Meiji iii to Catmint. All Day he had been drink in gome kind Tea by the stove and As night approached lie got up and went out he was from his accustomed Paunu until 8atur-Day night it was no isl about that he was dead. When he Uii Ailan s wednesday he went to in Kii com trouble in Indian territory. Vinita id. T., april 8.�?it it Learned Toddjr that a War is imminent Between the Cherokee and Creek nation. The Creek a Anncil has passed a Law confiscating ail cattle belonging to Cherokee citizens living the line Between the two nations when these cattle stray Over tip line. The cherokees have no Snow Kew and Ito enforcement is creating a great disturb Anufe and we Lead to open War. It cd Chicote and Bushyhead Are now engaged in exchanging formal notes and proc amp by tons and Gioc be a followers and would be Avenger the death sleeping Rabbit Are secretly arming Cleaso Pala ter planning a strike. Chicago april 8, Hundred Jour Neymond painters met this., afternoon to discuss a proposed it Trike for an Advance from $2 50 to $3 per Day. In order to perfect the organization a painters cooperative Union an adjournment was taken to wednesday when no doubt the strike will be ordered. Great Indiana Una was expressed by the men at the discovery that the Bosses were issuing cards to men in Leavis a Job which Bear certain cabalistic signs understood by ail the Bosses and Vrzich prevent the men front receiving the highest wages. Vignaux and Sschaefer Cuming. Chicago april 8. noted billiard Sharps Sexton Daly and Dion departed today for new York to participate in tie tournament there. Messes. Vignaux and Schaefer will go to Cincinnati and St. Louis this week. Asked to Rel Len. Chicago april 8.�?mayor Harrison has asked the Heads All his depart Neata to resign and their resignations will be handed in monday. _ apr Naaem a mistake. From the Philadelphia times ind William Sprague should have been running for something in Ohio. Pretty much All that state appears to have gone democratic. _ to . James Cheetham Brooklyn a feeble old Man sixty wants a divorce from his two Lum dred Pound forty year old wife because she Jamrs ice water Down his Back and does not extend Sulci a cold greeting to certain other Ken Leinen. A family drowned near owing Stelle kor. Owings Yilli kt., april a mtr iii Manen Tollgate keeper the Wyoming Pike near this place and three his children were drowned last night. There was sudden freshet in prick Ley Ash Creek and he bad not time to remove his family. The destruction property Altig prickly Ash is immense. For five Miles Down the Creek there Are not a dozen panels fend left standing either Side and in Many places huge entities Rock and grave Are left Tol land. A among Tho Newhall House. Mil Mackeis wis., april 8.�? tuesday next George Scheller will be arraigned la the municipal court upon the Pili Minard Chan arson in connection with the Bari us the Newhall House. Seth Crews stir �?��?�Hon.�. Belly Viiar 111, april a Hon. 8eth Crews a member the legislature trial charged with obtaining $3,000 from Edward Abend a banker by Means a Confidence game was acquitted. News notes. The House b Colore Ltd woman in a the City Utida Down in a chair by tie fire. There he Sal with i head boys a his breast speak aug to no one until saturday night. Then he Niue his Bead and a ked to be carried to the Soati factory. There was no one in the House w to could carry him and after calling for . Tuuu by name he muttered Ernie words dropped his head upon his breast Atid was dead. Cunday morn ing w Hen the Toner came and the Church Bells were ringing he till sat there Stark and stiff and dumb gone out life with his life secret w Lui Tever it was Frozen in his brain. He has u sister either in Kunsa City the state Kansas it is not known which. She is marrie�1, and in Good . But her name is not known Here. He used to get letters from her but kept to them religiously in s packet which he called his valuable papera has per his Peron. That packet a not by found nor can Auy Money other prow try belong aug to him. Many think he has Money concealed about some his old haunts but not even enough to pay for a pauper s Tuu Oral Ltd Ould found. Or. Al in Piid . Lonj Okmun saw his remain put away in the Potter s Field and marked hts grave tsi it Liat should Lis relatives Ever turn up they Oku be . But what Little is known Al it ont him was gathered from Tite occasional reference he would make to his own affairs and it is prob Tible that roue will come u disturb Liis Boitt. La person Aud a Well in his Fate. Tig w Inch to make his Model 1 can but think How vat ugh used to perform i Uris Waail experiments a chemistry with junk bottles acid old tin Eup. There was h stunt Dong awkwardness and self Necious modesty and a Shiw turks was Gildig about common to them both. Judge Lawrence denies that he is a candidate for governor Ohio. Sherman for governor Oak it is being talked in Earnest in the East. George i 111 tier a fireman the Lake Shore Road a fallen heir through the death Uncle to 1830,000. Joseph Acton and Thomas Connor Middle weights wrestled in pastime i Ark for a Side. Acton won easily. The associated Charlyle during the Post year have distributed 01 in Relief. The expenses for the same time were 18,759 43. Irwin Tucker a worthless Man Lebanon shot and killed his Well to do brother g a it Ign Tucker. He claim it was unintentional. The order c Inci Travlus have arrangements under Vay for festivities which they be leva will become import int attraction to the cd. By tic ruling judge Hord. In a Large proportion tie county officials Indiana Are re Muired to in Nils their own stationery. A. A a nine year old boy in Macon. Go., while playing with an old Gnu killed his grandmother mrs. W Heel i and wounded mis. Allen and her baby. Irregularities have been discovered in the to counts Richard Neil no trustee the Columbus water works and formerly Nevha Meyers printers. A dust native fire occurred at the Village Vallorie Anton Vaud. Switi Eliand. One Hundred cottages were but led entail iii a Loas 1,500,000 in Pic. No Urce were lost. Lou Houk when arraigned in Delaware o., upon an indie meet you tailing three count for murder in the first degree entered a Pica nol guilty. Idu trial is set Lor april 26. Three men have been id late in Donn Estloa with the frauds the St it cleaning depart meet 8�a Francisco. It 1� Elain Wrd that their steeling amounted to 9100,00 a year. John t. Crawfurd. Claiming to to an in Lerttie mate son Ile Inte John t. Crawford has brought suit again St the estate which Robert Gordon 1 executor to recover go a w. Henry for Acmar a Proa Zinent German Parker Sbeih. W. A was Drou used by the up be tiling a Skiff in the Kami he Juver. In the Hughes River two boys were drowned. A Loudon do it Gnu a say that renewed threats die Troy Manchester town the Anthor Tiea. Great Prezeau Tolono. Livert it ool Glasgow and Dublin. The Celebration the ninety Al Fly an Niter to i the settlement Ohio by the ctn inn i Pioneer society occur Reul in Ibe Heap to the Chii Dreu s Diane. The Ftp Idress were delivered and general Cory. In both were full be clouded Genio Aud Unap a by John w. Caldwell de Marietta the Day a cd curated by e Large Thering there were a ddts be Ili died Inmei Letual Power capable but Lii Capa powerful but nerve Lessly week a Onie Bow and lacking in mental Equilio Uriol full unrealized to Cambridge and Beni. Ring. Governor Foster colonel Taylor

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