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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 10, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioNth Mabeb 130.Cincinnati, tuesday april 10, 1883. Price two cents. The National capital a Ohio and Indiana f01.it1cs. Bro Clit for Trio presidency 41on�r�l 9�ini for oor a a razor Ohio Wachi Acton. April a to Ltd iii Orrow in the cd title Bour duty the effect Gresham t up Folk uncut a ill Hare Indiana politics and Huldt Wai wired to Yeats Day s a say a has wooded to dim Union the politics Indiana and Baa Acain brought the state to the front Here. The interview has been san really accredited to general Brady Star route Fame but aaa Oranee oot aes from the editor the critic that be did not Only not have anything to do with inspiring the interview but that he had no knowledge Ita appearance until he Law it in print the interview Haa attracted a Graat Deal attention inasmuch As it revealed not a Little inside information. It is painfully Roe it in it every statement a tar mind to keep a in Ikid while the is hot the critic today Satorv Lewold j. H. Woodard the Well known pm malian Indianapolis who has just arrived Krc a Indiana Fie l one grahams Moat intimate friends and probably know at Lanny urea am s a Crete and purposes a any Aaan. Woodard Gresham in training for Tia presidency and openly aun ounces him As a Ion Dabie candidate. After siring Gresham a a Tro amp a Ion doff for the presidency be says that comm Savoner pee Aiona Dudley a the beet Campaign manager in the state being head and shoulders above any a Toner Man there and that Dudley had Sham Are friends. He thinks Dudley will be the candidate for Velmor and Gresham Jar the Senate. Being asked if the Republic aus a an carry Ohio this fall . Woodard says a i Don t know. Ohio is Uncertain in off years. Tic bad leaders in that state have each a Stock enemies snob client to beat him when the pet sure a National Campaign a not . The teen Lor governor in Ohio 1� a personal one. If the Republican nominate general Sam Tea Omaha �1 Columbus they can elect Quot Well now who la general Thomas and what Are his merits7&Quot �?~0�neral the ouija is an sex Soldier with a Arlen did Iwar record. Be was reared a farm but a a Dow the War Haa devoted himself to Man fac tar tax and to Iron and Coal. Lie is also a builder ral Roada but not an owner to any extent. To Tufa he is now president the East Tenner Iso Virginia a Georgia. He has never been in Noumea Zouki unite the factions and with his fas Mense executive capacity bring the Piunt into line and Fig fat a personal Campaign. He is a Man Altkin. And would be in every sense a is editable the clamor for Sherman font inches to grow in volume Here however and there Are few re Cal icons from Ohio now in Washington who not Hamaud Sherman a nomination yet there Are Lew who will say Pou second thought that he would be Wise if he should a Northweste portion the City several years ago and for which offence Queenan bed font and Pinn Young co toted nicu4were sentenced to death Haa received a letter from a Western judge requesting her presence there a Johnson one the witnesses in the Case has Cun pc shed Thill he was the Inu nicer Hirth and that the three named above Hod been hanged innocently. Johnson is trial at Tho Placo whence the Llster came fora murder recently committed. The Anno unt ement has occasioned much excitement among the coloured people Here. A free a fort Washington april 9.�?the go vent men t Gna Tumala has declared Livingston its Atlantic coast to be a free port for foreign merchandise Lor consumption in a District about fifty Miles Square Livingston is Guatemala a Only important a a i port the Atlantic coast Ami it has a considerable Traile by Steamer with new Orleans. The government revenues have hitherto been derived mainly from customs duties. Or. Marshall Arr rated. In the legislature. Thai Sperance business again up in the House. Pass Ige Between judge Littler and . Scott Little beyond Dlan Satono the que Atton adjournment. Isit so neuter talk a race. Get Leneral Thomas m. Browne representative Fie sixth Indiana la tract arrived Here last sight. Speaking today the newspaper report concerning hit relations with postmaster general Gresham Dur ii the time he was Pruse Euting attorney under Gresham and Bis protest against Greaham being taken into Garfield a Eab Luet he said Quot the people Are not con a my a about the personal relations Between Meral Grce Bam and myself. He May dislike Nie and still Maxe an excellent is master general. It May be True that our re lat Lutis Dot Itig the past two three years have not been Oord Iai but that a a matter Little importance. We Are capable settling our a we differences without the Aid the Irre Prem Ible enter viewer. I Only care Lossy that judge Gresham and myself were the Best Ferma during the time i surveil under him a a District attorney and those who conjure up a diff culty Between us doting that time draw wholly upon their imagination. It a True that his appointment to a in Garfield a Cabinet waa not favored by e Republican delegation in Congre a. But not one word was mid by any member it reflecting non Bis personal fitness. That he waa a Bint Lenin ability and integrity All conceded e will have the Friendship and an port a very Man who la set Down in these interview As hostile to him in my opinion ii he wants _ the Star route triad. Tho sequel to the attempt to blackmail Mary Anderson. Potts Broh april 9.�?dr. O. H. Marshall who waa mentioned in the account the attempt to blackmail Misa Mary Anderson the . Has his office at the Corner Wylie str a and fifth Avenue. He War found there this fifteen it Xun by the news reporter. Tie doctor is about forty five years age. He occupies the rooms in the second Story the House. They Are neatly fur Nahed and among the ornaments the private lace is a butt painting a few Anderson executed the doctor mid by his Little girl. In response to inquiries . Marshall told the Story his connection with the blackmailing scheme. Quot about the Middle last december a said be Quot a package was handed in at my House in it Washington. I opened it and a Ovid a letter signed a Faith Hope and Charity a three pictures and a note requesting me to write to miss Anderson and ask il0,0t 0 for the pictures. 1 did t know w hat to do about it but i wrote to Miu Anderson saying that i had some things that were value to her. I wrote twice and . Griffin responded to the second one asking me to Send the pictures. I replied saying that i would place the whole thing in his hands that i knew nothing about it and that 1 would Forward the picture by express. 1 did so and about the Middle february 1 received a letter from . Griffin that he had placed the whole matter in the hands the chief police. That Sall i heu a Tho matter until 1 saw the atonement a in the papers Quot have Yon any idea who the principals were Quot Tho doctor was asked. Quot Well no. I have an idea that they Are a convicts. When 1 waa in the Penitentiary years ago 1 Beard some vi4gue allusion a that there would be a big scheme some Day a and i suppose this is Quot did the pictures resemble miss Anderson a Quot Weil i Oono to know. 1 did t examine them Eide Ely. There were three pictures two tin types and one card. They were taken at different Quot suppose . Griffin had agreed to pay the 110,000, How were you to let the principals it now Quot the note said that i was to put a personal in the newspapers a written K. Faith Hook and that they were to make arrangements to receive the Money but As i said More i merely handed the things Over to Griffin. 1 wrote him that i would take my in a Check the Bank eternity and that i would help him arrest the perpetrators. I done to know who they were and my Only suspicion is that they Are the sex convicts. I am Between the horns a dilemma for according to the papers 1 am either a Macul a fool and i want to get in Between the this after Nikon at 3 clock an information was made before United states com a missioner Mccandless. Charging . Marshall with a violation Section the revised at Tuua which in in balance is to the effect that no lewd a ii Viola Book pamphlet picture paper print other publication an indecent character shall be Sens through the mail. He was arrested and held to bail although asserting his innocence. The charge is made by special agents the Poatsy a Ertice. Indianapolis. Gwawr truent cent Gael talking pc withdrawing Frum the Nae. Tok april 9.�?the Star the Only Antl Atar roote per in the City this evening Maya a Ltd evidently Tipon the authority the parties interested that Merrick thinks withdrawing from the Star route trial to look after Bis per a Cal in Sines and that her also the gov a in Shenfe eos a yes. Will p Robbly withdraw to accept the Nomina Tion for District attorney ship . It is Well known that Merrick Baa no private business needing his attention. The race that Ker would enter is a hopeless one. So this announcement Means that they want to ret out the Star route trial some pretext adore a veed tet a rendered. It la Sid. Non tue beet . Authority at the att Osley general stated the other Day to a Friend that tiie government has spent 1625,000 in these cases and that the he can Hope for now is a inns trial a by Cofler has damned Merrick and Ker Lor their action in finding material for the tel a gang indictment and the cursing they a re face living from the press the country now and the fact that they see a Lunate failure in Tebee trials make them anxious to get out the at once. They want to hedge. The leading feature the Trina Loday was the Assou Hecment made from the jury Box by Unrot Hng bes. It having been printed in a Fhi Ladelphia paper that Hughes has a Cun his neck which will Likely take his life whore the close the trial and that the defendants were desirous prolonging the Case until he would die he arose today and denounced the whole statement. A John r. Mar one the defendants an Ohio Nan by the Way. Was the stand today. He contradicted Scidell and denied All charges and fraud. He is a Brady Dorsey style witness. Sex senator Kellogg today said to a Rex inter Kwh an emphasis that meant sincerity Quot i Don t know care what Wiy be the result the Neading trials but i intend to Init note a suit m perjury against John a. Walsh and i will inn Ltd him a the penitent Story. I have already consulted attorneys and they aay i have a Clear terse Hautess Post office. A Lorona protect Agnias the to gently selected site. Wasin Notow april 9.�?aeslstant Secretary tile Treasury new went West last week to select Tea for poet office buildings at Terre haute and fort Wayne ind. He we assisted by w. H. H. Miller senator Harrison a Law partner and George b. Williams late Japan. The boys synched Terre Hante at noon enjoyed a dinner it the House a Friend took a drive around town selected the residence w. R. Mckeen and left the 2 90 . Train. And Bow there is a vigorous kick coming up from Terre haute against the proposed location. My be end a re Denee is near the depot his Rell Kiad but a Vond any Point where the business the City will reach in the next 100 years. My Ken is a Rich banker and president the Vandalia Railroad and Miller is attorney at Indian Upolu for the Road. The protest against the we Tiou reached the City today and waa filed with . New this afternoon by lawyer Nevitt a it to Are Hante. _. Capital notes. Grea Bain departs the first attempt to a work things Quot a local news. Inman Pous april 9.�?postmaster general Gresham started for Washington this evening at 8is, via the Quot pan he travels in a private car loaned by superintendent Miller. The resident members the g. A. R. Went to the depot and threw the old shoe alter him. Judge Drummond the circuit court spent yesterday in tiie ally visiting general Gresham. It is Drummonds place that speculation sets aside for Gresham when he Snail have finished his poet office career Drummond being ready for retirement account age by that time. The first attempt to Quot work things since the new metropol Tau police Board has taken hold was that two Republican a linemen the it sent Force who approached the superintendent and off Ercil to Quot turn democrats if he would give them a place the new Force it is needless to say that they failed. The new system w ill go into effect the last this week the first next and if its future work May be prophesied from Ita process thus far it will be Quot one the there is some growling among the lowest elements because it is Quot too and there is a tendency in the local Republic an press to stir up this feeling sons to make a democratic quarrel. Needless to aay they will be disappoint . 1 he democrats know that they Are responsible for the measure and Ita operation Ana they propose to show How Well they can Usa Power when it is entrusted to them. Trial the suit Volney q. Irwin it Al. Is. Benjamin a Smith it. Al. Began today. Some time ago James Buchanan an attorney for thai stiff pressed a suit against the . Which at the time included Dillard Ricketts and obtained a judgment for 511,000. The interest ac., swelled this amount to . The recon shows that Ricketts paid a a in Cash and b u Banan As attorney satisfied the record for the balance in Hia fees. Or. Buchanan u therefore Tho Man the Plai Tifik Are really after in the present suit. Suu has been filed against the amicable in vestment company by three plaintiffs claiming respectively . . And $1.000. A Large part Baltim oreans the guests the i b. Amp w. And b. A Railways arrived in the cite tonight. They will be Given an airing tomorrow by the Board and hear speeches made to them. The Indiana state medical society number ing 1,200 members will hold Ita annal meeting in this City the first monday in May. No City in the United states can equal Indianapolis in the number conventions various sorts. Co ii Mars . April 9.�?the Temperance business occupied the attention the House this afternoon a motion . Scott to reconsider the vote by which it had passed his liquor tax Bill last Friday it was agreed to and he moved Theu to reconsider the vote by which the House had struck sections 9 and 10 the Bill in Ici Riding the a Jetton i prohibiting the Sale liquor to be drank the premises. This brought to his feet judge Littler upon whose motion the sections had been erased. The judge denounced tiie motion As something aimed at the exis Cuco the Only prohibitory liquor Laws Tho statutes and As a meth d toward obtain iii a Mere pittance As taxation in offset to the Pron Eltory Tho present Laws. He did no to wonder however that it came from the venerable member from Warren. What it be constituents had retired him to the shades private life nor would he have won Dere Ltd a d it come from . Foo our a twin brother in troupe . Thorpe Ashtabula who had been Slu dearly retired. The Temperance element in their constituencies a i retired them both for tic dereliction to duty and would Bury to lick still deeper. Or. Weott itis isted that in his own Case he had been Defeated for renomination by a combination the Saloon keepers and a ring county officials. He was perfectly sat is Loci in his own mind As to How it had Lieen brought Elxnit. Judge Lutier had become was Ned by this time and said that while the sixty third Assembly had been stigma test Das the Connor legislature and the last season the present As the poker and Bolt Railroad jobbers he believed the it recent would be known As the whisky Legisla ure. For himself he Felt that his calling and election in Clarke county Are sure in spite the efforts tits gentleman from Warren. The debate went in the usual form until . Locke suggested that in ease striking out the clause named and the supreme court decided the Law either in general upon some specific Points the prohibitory clause As to drinking the premise As repealed by the Acott Bill would yet be repealed in effect. This was it new suggestion to the August Assembly and motion . Soott the House took a recess tui til tomorrow Mornin a when under the order the further consideration the Bill Atli be first in order. There arc possibilities Ltd carrying in the House but not with the repealing clause. In the Senate messes. Chapman Ballan Hall Yeltman Dexter and Brownell All republicans arc named against it. This looks As though the requisite constitutional majority can not be burned unless the governor should come to the Rescue and carry it through. The Peet Peni ten Tiara contract labor Bili came up for a Brief discussion in the House this afternoon a motion to take from the table. The House then refused to concur in the Senate reformatory amendments and the Bill goes before another conf Ronee committee. The Senate committee municipal corporations held a Ine eting Toni let. And heard arguments from general . Chas. Retrace Lin we. Glenn and Samuel Bailey . Upon the Russell House Bill for i lensing vehicle trades business a. The features this Bill have been explained heretofore. The committee will recommend its Dop Ion. With probably some amendments suggest by Tho tax league Bill. Hon. C. W. Rowland appeared before the Senate committee tonight in reference to the Bill for compensation the Cincinnati Southern Railroad trustees. The Cooper Belt railway Bill was discussed tonight before the Public works committee the House and a vote decided against it by 3 to 3, one member . Hayes being absent. The House today passed the Norton Senate Bill providing for establishing a sinking fund for. Toledo. Or. Hall Franklin county had the Bill amended so As to make it apply also to Columbus. This City has a debt about 92,000,-000, and under this Law will establish its credit As Good a basis As that the larger Cit ice. It would be Well if every municipal corporation in the state would adopt the same policy so that no indebted use would be incur by without provision being Blade for its liquidation. An attempt was made by . Bowersox to have the trustee appointed represent both political parties but it was voted Down As Uniec Esstry. The Senate had but a Brief today and Payee it i two Bills. One was to authorise the strengthening the Boito levees at Columbus and the other to Divide Tulve Eity Kiev Chama into sewerage District. The que Simon adjournment is one constantly present during the last months each session. The senators generally Are in favor and Jol iming next monday. Some disposition toward the same Date exists in the House but the House Calendar tonight contains 105 Bills for third Reading and probably a barrel More remain in the desks committees nearly All which Are local. Una Ess each member interested in a local scheme agrees to vote for All there is Little us Clifood his being Able to get his own through. Therefore to will Promise and bind himself As conscientiously Lus the average legislator knows How. If there was nothing else before the House tomorrows Calendar could not be gotten through with before next saturday. Blu there Are other Nattens intervening. A there Are the Bottand Pond tax , neither which can be disposed in one Day the Peet Penitentiary Bill which threatens any amount entanglement Between the two houses the Between House and Senate the deficiency Bill and a lot incl Nanti mils including the Veltzel Street Railroad Bill which will be the Especial order for tomorrow the two six million boils. The trunk sewer Bill the Belt and other rail Natl Bills and those sent up by the Cincinnati tax league. If All these Are Given consideration adjoin Rumont can not take place in less than two weeks an attempt to Lynch him Fai Letl. Maradyn had been arrested in 8t. Louis for hot stealing and his preliminary examination was to Lake place saturday at let Csoto before Justice Hank in. The Bare fact that the desperado had been arrested created no Little excitement and Titan Day bands horsemen came Riding into Desoto from All dare Cylous. It was nearly noon when Marsden and a band friends armed with Shotgun and revolvers Rumle up to the office the Justice the crowd making Way rapidly for Tho rough looking band. Inside Marsden jauntily announced that he waived examination and waa ready to give Ball to await the action the grand jury. Bail w As fixed atti00. The Bond was signed by Marsdal mtg a father and Uncle and then mounting their horses the group Rode away at a rapid face. Lian Liv bad the det Rado Aud his Riendau quit the town when fifty More de Termini a Loraing men took horse and galloped after them. Tho Marsden party were going at a rapid rate and the Pursuit became exciting. For Over four Miles it continued until the party in the Lead Hall passed through Victoria. The dynamite scare. The Enol by explosive Bill becomes a Law today. Ita provisions the greatest activity in London police circles a Denvitt denounces dynamite. The markets. Tewkesbury almshouse. General personal and local items from Washington. Was Kisic Tox april 9.�?the Lighthouse a i tics have received i it eci Ficat examination the proposed three new Range Light Czihal for Maumee Bay Proposals for building them will soon be advertised. Repro tentative Matson Greencastle ind. Haa for three four Day been Labouring with the department Justice to secure a Pardon for we. H. Crow convicted violating the pen Ston Laws and sentenced to nine months in the Fanville jail. Crow has served four months is sentence and his friends believe he should new be pardoned. District attorney Holstein and judge Gresham have refused to make a in the matter and the Pardon will Prol Jablo not be granted. Colonel John 9. Mason the 9th infantry recently promoted from lieutenant colonel he 20th infantry is relieved from duly As a member Tho general court martial appointed it it at Columbus Barrack. Ohio. H. M. Corr Louisville by. Has been Dos harred from practising before the Indian de pert meet for toking illegal fees in pension Gec votary folder was at his desk in the treas sry depart neut today. He has nearly recovered us he recent attack m illness and Wetra a Green Shade Over the left eve. He remarked mat he appetite was Good end he thought the Effirm u his Silt incs would soon disappear. The District attorney will Issue an sex ution tomorrow against to a prov it Erly Edwin Devlin Kcf moment the a Dituro the bin Henry a. Bowen the government Star route jury flyer. The coloured people held a mass meeting to might at mount Pisgah Church and denounced the prs Wilcoe government Bureau Lacer com ceiling the coloured employees to do their private Ork in addition to their Public Mic. Judge Mellett. Of Newcastle. Ind., is prominently spoken As judge Gresham a successor lie Toa lawyer eminent ability and would make an Able United states i Ridge. Judge Grham senator Harrison will arbitrate the ippolit mint. Among the clerks promoted in the pension a Aee today were w. A. Whitcomb and j. M. A general Seesaw prices at Chlu a go stocks in new York. On change today the Bright weather had a depressing Lafi Uench wheat. Prices opened 1 lower and under it Strong realizing pressure. Including Large Selling for account parties whose margins were exhausted prices declined pc further but when tie weakest holders had closed out the offering were smaller Aud under a Good demand f rom shorts and local operators who were disposed to buy for a Scalp prices rail Iod Kos us a but the feet ing was feverish and values unsettled closing with the Advance lost. The receipts Corn were Large and under a Strong realizing pressure by the Longs prices re cent Lic but the decline brought out Large buying by parties who were Short and had a profit in their deals and under an Active baying a prices rallied Aud were Active it fluctuated rapidly closing Over the lowest prices the ses Bioti. Folts were in bottled and at times Panicky. 0>ening weak they declined let in under a Strong realizing pressure by parties who have been following the Bull combination and were frightened by a report that the latter were Selling out but the decline brought a Good Many buyer. Who were Dispo Seil to Oover their shorts and under a Strong bidding about All the toes was recovered but again weakened with other Grain Deli cd a and closed at the reaction Over the lowest prices. Mess pork was weak at the opening but under an Active buying due in part to the Small Rei Cleta hours w hich encouraged the bulls prices rallied the Advance however checked buying and prices reacted a Shade and closed at about 5c Over the lowest sales. Lard was More Active and averaged Ashade higher under Large buying by Strong parties and closed about the same As saturday. Short rib sides were quiet Banff steady. Tho flour Market was weak and Dull and round lots could be sold at concessions. The markets closed the afternoon Call Baard As follows ii May Vear. Corn. V-,.�. A june we a. July pc August. Oats May 40vio, june s9>�, july 327 year. Ryo 57 pc. May 59. C. June. Mess pork a 85, april �17 a May the 1.5. Juno sly julyta40, Allgus iii 4.5, year. Lard april , May 11.32>ic. June 11,.�?~15c, july , August 10.45c, car. Short rib. 9.82> in May 9.9�c. June , july 10.15c. August 10.27uc, 8i it i4,s5c, year. Cattle rec to fancy heavy pc 75 Votkl is. Midi uni steers �5 7515. Hogs receipts. 6,. To Market firm and 5 s10c higher under k Good demand from packers end shippers. Fair to Choice smooth Light �7 25 �7 75 for Bacon grades �7 65 for fair to Choice mixed weights heavy and Light and 17 708 15 for Choice to fancy Neavy Kew York St Octta. New York. April 9.�?for the first time in eral weeks the Stock Market was really buoyant today with a fair Advance in Pri c3. The Market was Active and Strong during the Forenoon and prices advanced during that part the Day �4 to a in per cent., the latter Jersey Central. Other features were Burlington amp Quincy Union Pacific and Northwestern All which advanced from % to a i per cent daring the afternoon prices a actuated considerably but at the close the Advance the morning was pretty Well maintained. Compared with the closing prices last night the Market closed generally higher and the whole looks More like a rising Market than at any time for two months. 55 extern Union was exceptionally firm and it was stated authority worthy consideration that the dividend 5vestem Union will be paid when due notwithstanding any injunctions that May be granted against it. Nearly All the business in Call loftier stocks was done at 5<6 per cent. Exceptional transactions were reported at 7 and 4 per cent. Time Loans Aro quoted at Psi oct. On government a. Gets closed the Ane noon can follows no. 2 wheat 9fc, april a ii 05m, june a �5ji Kuiv a tto ulc 1, 47/�, april 52. May Long Oil april 8.�?it is evident that English patience is almost exhausted and. Though Little is openly said it May be regarded As a certainty that Enother dynamite explosion produced by the party Assas Slatten will be the signal for an uprising All classes cared to which the Anil cil Holic riots 8ir Eorge Gordon a time would seem As child a play. Liere Are Many thousands irishmen in England employed in All the treat industries Aud the declaration open hostility to that class would be but too gladly Recel Veit by a great body the natives who for political religious race and other reasons look with ill concealed disc Ftp upon the Munfor Tanate refugees who have been compelled to abandon their own country for that their pret ors. I is not too Rauch to say that the people this Island stand ujan a slumbering Volcano that May at any moment break Forth and deluge the land with suite and Blo Ixl. The a Wisdom which seems it part the Irish character to largely to blame for this the Otter reasons arc stated above it will require co Alness and Good judgment �11 sides to prevent Tho horrors hinted at the governments Bill to be introduced in the commons by sir Villiam Lla court Boivie Secretary relative to explosive is published this Moni iii. It provides that the maximum penalty for causing an explosion by which life property is imperilled Liall be lifelong Servi Ludo. An attempt to Causo an explosion making keeping explosives with intent to cause an explosion to made punishable by Iro-j>ri8onment for Twenty years and unlawful making keeping excl Olvea under suspicions Ireum ounces is to made punishable y fourteen years imprisonment. A the steamers arriving at in Inion from Cork Are being searched for explosives but thus far none have been discovered. A letter from Michael Davitt is publish cd today in which to further expresses his opposition to a dynamite policy the part the irishmen. He declares that such a policy to insane. Idiotic Aud criminal. An Burghe who waa arrested yesterday near Waterloo Bridge London was arraigned la Bow Street Philice court today charged both being ton earned in a conspiracy with Norman Gallagher \5 Olson and Dalton already pure Kend cd. He was remanded until thursday. Ijverrooi., april 9.�?thirty additional detectives have been appoint och extra duty Here. The fire brigade has been warned to be in readiness for any emergency which May arise. Debus april 9.�?tne House the sheriff at Tralee has been blown Iro who Gunpowder. No person was injured. Two arrest have been made. A olaofitoke�?T8 Sulci do. Lite Pooi april 9.�?hugh Gladstone partner in the firm j. M. Gladstone sons this City committed suicide by taking strychnine. De leased was a Cousin prime minister glad Etoile. The Bill to Amend the Tow in regard to sex Plo Slot s passed the House it it commons and was finnet lately sent to the House lords where it was adopted without delay. The Royal assent will be received by Telegraph today and the will become a Law tomorrow. The entertainment Given Sui a Benefit to Csharlie Mitchell the English Champion pull tot the event the entertain ment was the exhibition Between Mitchell and Michael weary Philadelphia. Mitchell made a very Good impression the experts. John l. Sullivan remarked Quot he a a Hurricane Mitchell planted blows All Over Cleary and his face and indy were As red As a boiled lobster the former being considerably puffed. Mitchell fought Cleary to his Corner Ana bit him the nose with his right hand and under the Chin with his left which canse Ltd him to stagger. Before he could recover a terrific Quot left handed Down chopper struck him the nose and he fell to cheap the floor. Albert Slade the Maori had a Gold watch picked from his pocket during the match. Mitchell was presented with a handsome Diamond ticket and a Gold medal. Tbs Dublin huk Debeby. Prisoners plead not Allty the trial begins today a Tux april 9.�?Joe Brady Timothy Kelly Patrick Delaney Thomas Caff by Daniel car Ley and flt Harris known As Quot skin the Goat a a Tho men charged with the Phoenix Park murders Taiyi other crimes were conveyed from Kil main Ham prison to Green Street courthouse at 8 clock this morning under a Strong escort policemen. The government Felt rather afraid that the friends the prisoners would attempt to Rescue them. Special measures were taken to insure the safety the court building As suspicious looking men who resemble americans have been seen in Phoenix Park and other parts Dublin in the last few Days. Detectives arc watching their movement closely. , april 9.�?the court House be Szeged by crowds eager to gain adm Lasion. The authorities however Only admitted the i rots galled in the Case and fifty reporters and they were let into the building at an Early hour. Judge Brien who la hearing the Case took his seat the Bench at 11 1s clock when the work swearing in a grand jury was proceeded with. The prisoners were escorted by a whole troop dragoons. The counsel and solicitors Lor the prisoners who appeared for them at the examination in Kilma inesm courthouse were present. Judge Brien addressed the special jurors and stated that Tho Crown would allege that lord Frederick Cavendish a murder was no part the crime As concocted but that he was a victim to his presence in the Park with . Burke. Nevertheless All present at the time the murders were Respo Sibio therefor. The grand jury then retired. It is selected from a special panel drawn from reel dents boy a Rel fealty and county Dublin. There were very few Al rims for exemption from service. The grand Iury soon returned to the courtroom with a True >111 against Joe Brady charging him with murder Loni Frederick Cavendish and Burke. Brady was arraigned at Tho bar and pleaded not guilty. An application was then made for a postponement the trial As preparations for it were not Complete. Counsel for the Crown opposed any Lunger postponement than till tomorrow. Mccune Brady s so a Altor. Said that a. A Sullivan would for Brady if time was allowed him to get ready. Judge Brien said the Case must proceed tomorrow. If sul1i\-an is not ready to take it in judge Brien would appoint gome other person to for Brady the trial Brady was set for tomorrow and . Webb Adams assigned by the court to defend the prisoner. Curley Kelley Thomas Calfrey and Fitzharris were next each arraigned separately. Each pleaded not guilty. All were held to trial failures in business. W1lle3ton Knight a co., new York ruined by Deal cation. N. Will Eaton Knight Gnu with 9ts,000 Blo oooo Geo. Pm Len c., hid and a Rath a anal ii. Obituary. The state capital. It horror still being Laid Bare under investigation. Bowton april.9.�?the Tewkesbury almshouse hearing was resumed today. Governor Butler was Ahsert. Charles d. Marsh clerk the alms Bouse said the original Book had been delivered last night mrs. Fannie k. Dudley formerly night watch woman at Tewkesbury testified to seeing the body a woman and child in a trunk. Often found children in the foundling Hospital neglected. Saw a bottle morphine used to quiet Infanta. Reported it to c attain Marsh who at ten ded to it ten Days after. One infant was Given m Clarge an insane inmate who smothered it with a Pillow but a told by Cut in Marsh to keep the matter quiet. In Hill l was night Wato woman about seventy three babies Aie it i and one lived. Sometimes when the children were hungry in tiie night i carried in food but mrs. Marsh found that out and stopped me. When i went Over to the foundling department to work Manv the is were in an outrageous condition. Found an insane woman in a a Ell without any bed. She was attended by an insane idiot girl. They gave the woman iii one meal a Day and the Dot girl carried it and instead giving it to the woman threw it away. We took the woman out and she soon fleshed up Aud became Well. There was a woman Margaret Lien Nessy in one the cells who said she had not had anything but water for nine Days. Some the patients had no underclothing and some no stockings it was difficult to gel enough clothing. Mrs. Mina a. Davis testified that she was employed in Tewkesbury Hospital at right helped Lay out the body Lizzie Caiiou. The b Xiy was warm when we put it in the Olin. Knew an inmate named Kate fury. Kate died and i saw her body after it was Laid out covered with rats. I reported it Al once to one the doctors. Captain Marsh Ald 1 had better keep a Lull about it saw a sick child where Maggot were eating under and around its Skull. Many a time rata were so thick that i have seen them run across my Lap when 1 was eating. William Dris Ltd Oll. Station agent the Boston amp Maine ral Load. At Tewkesbury was next called. Lie said that he saw one occasion n woman in the almshouse in a Futhey condition tied to a settee and was told by a pauper that Quot French an attache stole Many pairs stockings and he took them to Lowell and sold them Ami divided the proceeds with Joe. The witness never told Captain Marsh As he thought it none Hia business. The pauper always came Back from Lowell drugs. He saw another pauper who carried off clothing and shoes and under stood they came from the same source. At this Point the hearing was adjourned. Ring m. Johnson Anci Natl and w. P. Fatou Paducah ky., Are at will Ards a representative Robinson Kenton o., will 80 to new York tomorrow. He is i ital service the Chicago a Atlantic bail id. A hot decor Al laced conf soon. Was Bufton auf Fust 9.�?it a reported to fms tint mrs. Birth Mother the Young Man to Nso a who we Hru tally murdered in the was it suicide Seymou in i.vd., april 9.�?about 8 clock saturday night miss Lulu readout a Young lady about Twenty two Yean age employed As a Domestic in Ile family Louis Godfrey in this City was taken violently sick and went into convulsions Gerrish Foutty Tho a Nimg lady suffering apparently from hysteria. Before he had time to even attempt to relieve her condition Aud in Hall an hour from the she was first attacked she died a great a Gony. A Large Quantity strychnine was found in her Stem . And it to supposed by Somo she committed suicide but for what reason la not known. Baseball at new York. New York april 9.-Hc first game the series Between the Bose league team and the american Detroit Wiitan Tine we played at the Polo grounds today. 1 rough Fielding Trimi the boat were permit 1 to make seven runs. The score was a Boston 8 metro Pruun l in real notes and items interest from Columbus. Colts macs o., april 9.�?judges Dyckman Niliah Martin and Granger the supreme court commissioners met in Tho office attorney general Nash this morning and held an informal conference. Judge Mccu Aulcy the other member was unable to be present. Matters interest to the body were discussed but nothing definitely determined. It is understood that nothing Furt Lier will be done until this organization the commits iii the 17th inst. Colonel 5v. 8. Ii Ray and Moses h. Nell this cite Are spoken As i it a Syible successors general U. 5valcutt, in tiie position in Crual Revenue collector for the District. The supreme court convened today after a ten Days vacation �11 the ram bins being present and the docket was called. The following commissions were issued today from the adjutant general a office Richard Schape Captain company 1st regiment Moore Light guard Cincinnati. Albert b. Gore first lieutenant company a 14th regiment Pugh Videt tes. Columbus. Charles Kuril second lieutenant same comi it and. A company incl due Hon. J. J. Geghan Cincinnati Nas been organized in this City for the Naini facture electrical instruments and for the purpose supplying the Cuy with electric Light. Colonel Enoch t. Carson Here today. He takes an interest in the proposed Warren Bill to establish a police commission in Cincinnati. He used to be the same Way a few years ago. Lion. John g. Sextro Cincinnati was at the Kell House today his Way East. The Thomas Gibson company Cincinnati capital Stock 150.ftjo object plumbing incorporator Tho. Gibson Robert Carlisie Calvin Zell James , and John d. Gibson. Theto urgent manufacturing company Cincinnati capital Slock $60,000 object the Manu facture furniture. Incorporator. J. T. Sargent g. L. Rouse j. A. Hughes a. F. Bean and H. Stephen. _ the governorship. Foster and others starting a Boom for judge Foraker. Cock bus 0., april 9.�?tonight the republicans show a Dispo fiction to Start a Boom for judge Foraker for the governorship the Republican ticket. Consultations have been in Progress All the afternoon and evening. It is known that the Choice governor Foster Amor Smith and the Hamilton county managers waa for Foraker for the lieutenant govenis Enship at the Cleveland convention Aud that after repeated and persistent entreaties the judge dec glued Foster with Tho idea hat forager might he the most popular Man in the state after Hima Eif really sought to Force him to attach Bim Asli to his Tail but Foraker declined the Kite. This forced Richards upon the ticket As candidate for lieu ten unit governor and although that gentleman Haa made a Good officer lie is now being forced into private life by Foster senator Horr. Weitzel. A poor the majority the Hamilton county delegation and eight ten hrs who still insist Foraker for go a error with the idea that Bety Iuse he is unknown he will necessarily have strength. It a was not a formal caucus but its informality has made it the stronger and Foraker will undoubtedly be put out As the nominee from Headquarters Here. An interesting ceremony. A Riox april 9.-Bishop he rag. Of the old yesterday confirmed is Young Todl in the american episcopal Church Here he made a trip from his Nome at Berne. especially Lor this purpose. No other instance to record an a Stolic Bishop having visited Rome in an official capacity. He was delegated by the american ecclesiastical authorities to officiate this occasion As there tvs to English american Bishop in Italy. Many prominent Eitt Zens the United states were present at the impressive ceremony. against Brad Lengli re arsed. Lorhon april 9.�?in the House Jorda today in the Case Clark a. Bradlaugh lord High Chancellor Selborne declared that Clark As i a Ciamon informer was name to sue Bradlaugh for sitting and voting in the Honse commons without taking the oath allegiance. The judgment against Brad laugh is therefore re Veid with costs. Justice Blackburn was the Only Dis sentient from the judgment ii in thing alleged Nihil lets. Paid a april 9.�?-the police Are k coping close wat a Over a Timber Rucian refugees Here who they suspect Are connected with the Al at Jegel j lot to take the a Leaf the Earsa the time ent. On dividend Navine stocks and at 4 i thai. Pro Natiola. It a Over melt twi we Toffi that occasion to Nastast the russian police in watchiaff4us ted Persona. Booth it Vienna. Vienna april 9.�?in consequence the Success achieved by Edwin Booth last evening in the character King Lear his engagement has been Rene wed. The critics who review . Booth s rendition the character Othello somewhat unfavourably entirely approve his King Lear. _ a Gernigin Murdi cer Bedendo cd begun april 9.�?conrad, the murderer his wife and four children whose sentence death the emperor refused to commute was be leaded in the court the prison Here this morn ing. Forty three Persona witnessed the execution. Conrad protested his innocence to the cult a Renelt revolutionists at work. Paris april 9.�?the House a mining Engineer at Mont eau les mines a damaged Saiu Rahv by Llie explosion a dynamite cart Riff in which had been Placid near the Hui Klink. The Forest Ivi big Between Monte eau Lea Minea. And Creuzer was set fire last a Lgth Canada done to want oar whisky. Ottawa april 9.�?the government rejected the latest proposition made wit it reference to the admission american whiskies. Pratt Secretary the american to tillers association he left the City. 1 a Swiss Village fire. Geneva april 9.�?a fire which promises to assume extensive pro portions has broken out at Bonne near this City. Twenty hooves have been destroyed. _ Isaac Tyler. Loris Mac april 9.�?laaac Tyler a councilman from the seventh was died very suddenly today. The cause Wes pneumonia contracted while while out gunning Only a few Days since. He was forty six years old and was engaged in the management a Large an Munt real estate left by his Grandfather Vevi Tyler. He was serving his so oud Terra As councilman. The fire Bells were tolled this morning and the City Hall big floated at half Mast in Honor Hia memory mrs. Catherine Colbert. Lebanon o., april 9.�?mrs. Catherine Colbert one the Pioneer citizens this Pla Etc who died Oil saturday night club sumption was buried today. Hon B. Lawrence. If Imago april 9.�?news was received today the death at Decatur ala., Hon. Charlesb Lawrence Chicago at the age sixty two years. He was circuit judge for six years in the circuit embrace him 55�?Tarren, Knox and Henderson countice and the state supreme Bench ruin ids from to 1873. During the latter Terra he gained iii spread notoriety by fining sex Lieut giant governor Sherman and 5v. P. Null Ivun two editors the Chicago journal $100 ouch for constructive contempt court by publishing editorial comments unfavourable to one his dec Lions. The editors refused to pay the fines at first and wanted martyrdom hut As tie doors the Ottawa jail were closing upon them they weakened and paid the Cash. Newspapers All Over the world made unfavourable comments this action the imperious judge and the Excerpta were printed in pamphlet form As a supplement to and thus the editors had their revenge by defeating the judge for re election m 1873. Rev. Or. B. F. Cocker Ann Arbor mich., april 9.�?Rev. Or. B. Of Cocker professor moral science in the Michigan University Deil Law it evening sixty four years age he was the author several to his and was widely known in religion and Lite hey circles. Tho carious expedient adopted by cer. Twin Wisconsin officials. , wis., april 9.�?the newly elected City Council met at Midnight saturday night under the dam Over Rock River Between the Timber and Down pouring flood and standing knee deep in the icy water took the oath office organized elected Henry Biebert City clerk Charles f. Yauther marshal Charles h. Gardner attorney . Of Moulding health officer and the Gazette As the official Napor. The aldermen then resigned leaving the governing the City in the hands the Board Street coi Mission Era. Fory sars the City fathers have thus met see relly in the night a Day two after the election and then resigned the expedient having been resorted to for the purpose evading Servi 5e process for tiie collection a heavy debt Rall Toad Bonds a hindi the people declare were forfeited by non mall an a conditions the part the rain Puls. The officers sent Here have never yet been Able to find a proper representative the City. On saturday four Deputy United states marshals arrived together with several lawyers but they were Alt outwitted by the aldermen. Another trial will be made next year. From pulpit to stage. Rev. Charles t. Stack plots Burgh con ten plating a change business. april 9.�?it to said that the Rev. Charle t. Breck pastor the Messiah lutheran Church in this City contemplates abandoning the pulpit for the stage. Lie has been in the pulpit Lor about twerly years Bat admits that As Long ago As fifteen years he conceived a Strong liking for the stage. This has been gradually growing off him Iuit he has deter Intel that in the event competent judges and his friends assuring him their belief that he can succeed the stage he will door the clerical cloth and Dou the Robes the to it in a a a tor. A private exhibition his abilities to to be Given tonight and the result that hangs Bis future. Or. Heck to about forty years old has a clean shaven face with Long Jet Black loess brushed Back his ears. Lit general appearance he greatly resembles Thomas 5v. Keene the tragedian. Aud Asau . An it ram Tiu critic who has heard him says he almost equal to Barrett. Parnell 111. London april 9.�?mr. Parnell is confined to Hll House by illness and will probably not be Able to actively participate in political matters for some time. _ the Queen ont. 1/5ndon. April 9.�?the times says the Queen is making tovorableprogre.<8 toward recovery. She took a drive As usual yesterday. The labor question. The a sensation spoiled. A Lynching reported which really did not occur. St. Loeis april 9.�?at Hillsboro mo., what was yesterday a great sensation he dwindled into a Story a Lynching. The account we related All sides yesterday How Mack Marsden the Quot terror Sandy Creek Quot thief and murderer had been hanged by a party Jefferson county Farmers and details the tragedy at the Little Hamlet Victoria were told by those who claimed to have been with the veg Llanto and the account we int off by Telegraph. Today it a known that Marsden we not hanged but that a sensational breach Promise snot. Millersburg o., april 9.�?a breach Promise suit recently filed Here is agitating our boat circles society and threaten More trouble than the famous Hal Young Case Cincinnati. Messes Reed amp Hoagland attorneys for the plaintiff have filed the petition asking damages Lor would cd Affe Etton to the amount $5,taw, and messes. Maxwell a amp Sharpe attorneys for the defense Are about to file their answer. Depositions have been taken that allege among other things that the fair plaintiff in unguarded hours had associated improperly at sundry plam amp including Canton Minerva and other Points with persons married and single. U involves other Young lad Tea and Marrlett couples and when made Public May involve several divorce suit. The most unhappy features the Case will a it ear the completion the depositions. Sudden death in jail. Batavia 0., april 9.�?valentine Spaeth was an honest hardworking German who formerly lived near it. Tto gab and had accumulated considerable Means. Of his savings he deposited several Hundred dollars with archbishop p Urcell and at the latter a failure Spaeth went nearly distracted. After years grief he last fall became entirely insane and a placed in the Clermont jail for Safe keeping. Last night after a few hours illness he died Conge Stion the lung super induced by a cold he had Eoo tract cd in the meanest jail in the state. Evading their creditors. New York april 9�?the firm Woleston Knight a co., wholesale dealers in buttons one the oldest arms in the Trade made an assignment today. The members the firm Are Horatio Klught and Frank p. Ter Pordy. The cause the suspension we made known in a circular letter As follows Quot the firms embarrassment is wholly due to the speculations and financial irregularities h. Williston Knight lately a member firm who was also treasurer the Williston a Knight company a corporation represented by u8 and having its principal place business in Massachusetts. Us use the firm name fur his private Benefit has involved us in a probable actual loss $75,000, and we anticipate audit civial losses to the extent $30,000. The business our firm and that the corporation we represent Are so interwoven that it will require several Days to prepare reliable statement the assets and liabilities. We will do what we can for the Protection no information As to the extent assets Ronld be furnished by the members the firm Tost night. U. Williston Knight the defaulting partner has fled the City. Mrs. Knight his wife seemed to be broken Down by her husbands Deal cation and refused to say More than that he had gone to Europe More than a month ago. At the firms office . Horatio Knight said his son had always evinced a liking for speculation. He had been intimate with a woman who he disappeared. Williston had made several tripe to France Aud would probably go there if he had left the country but he expected to find him in this country probably in ban Franesco. Be had made Ose the firm s paper for his own use and did it adroitly that the other members the firm did not know about it. The name miss Kate Monroe the Singer who recently played the role Beri it Olette in the Quot Chimes Normandy a was mentioned in connection with . Knights Deal cation and subsequent disappearance. At tiie Casino where she lost appeared h was said Liat Abe left this country for England. A Friend hers said Quot that it was not Misa Monroe who was interested in . Knights disappearance but a woman who used to be sixth Avenue Aud lived near Twenty fifth Street Quot . Palen a co., new York $500,000. New York april 9.�?George Paleu a co., wholesale dealers in hides and leather made an assignment today without preference. The firm to composed George in Aien and Azariah l. Knight As general partners and the following special partners Jane r. Palen Joseph b. Hoyt David b. Fayer weather and Blaney 8. Ladew. Tho latter three gentlemen comprise the firm j. A Hoyt a co., who put in $150,000 As special capital in november 187s. Mix. Jane a Len put in $50,u00 at the same time George Palen and a. L. Knight contributed $50,0txf each to the general capital making the total capital Jyo . Or. Palen said today that the liabilities were Between anti $5 �,0�0, but he could give no particulars As to the assets. The failure was eau Soj by having too much Money in real estate and by depreciation. By the steam but so Little so that the discoloration would not be not teed unless a then Tom were called to it 5vhcn the ballots were counted to became evident that Broderick had a majority the votes cast and when the count was fun Finto hed he led Stacey by Over 80�. The election officers a majority whom it is said went placed there in Brecey s interest two being employee hts Cey compant a declared these a a seep to tick eur illegal to count the words Quot except Lor councilman and their Tocol Brittion. And refused to count them thus giving Stacey a Raa Jority. Quot there is no doubt but that a majority Tea electors in the Ward voted for Broder Tek and wanted Thaoe him in Council. Or. Stacey knot a this and should Grao Chuhy give up the fight As he waa fairly beaten Quot to what a prominent read Dent the Ward mid when interviewed Eoa Kerning the matter. Quot Stacey a he it Xai Ruthl Quot did wrong in voting for Henderson Aud that to the reason he we downed. Ferato ally he and i Are friends and i voted for him but i am satisfied tit Broderick was . Broderick will be compelled to contest the a eat Stacey Bemons the noun ii and it to to a hoped that be will have justly done him. Railroad Road Yum. A cond actor Char Gad with mistry Atlas a Faux once. The Passen Geni one the big foor Traina that left this City last saturday evening la Haige Condne tor David Flanders Wera treated to a brutal and exasperating piece by play in which Flanders acted the Rowdy Aad a Man named Rogers suf leered. The train waa crowded about seventy five people being without scats Rogers being one them and whew he we asked for has fare he refused to pay aay thing unless he we Given a scat claiming that under the Law he was entitled to a seat no Cham. Flanders without endeavouring to Poe Ify Rogers Reseon with him. Immediately commenced heaping non him the vilest abuse using indecent expressions All this in the presence the other passing nits Many whoa were ladies. Flanders finally stopped the train and forcibly elected Rogers doing him considerable body injury. It to due to Flanders tax a that re it was slightly under the influenza Llanor. The news Ini Oroian says the crowd the evening referred to we not unusual but happen everyday. Labor to Ulm whisky to he exported to Bermuda. Kuopi Eims april Wuh Canada for the admission whisky in the american packages having failed the Louisville a Nashville Railroad is making arrange rants to put in a line steamers from to by Ronda so that it can transport a Hooky via Pensacola to Bermuda and Back again via Pensacola to Louisville at a minimum Cost. The fact ution for the transportation an Export business at pen Saroja Are the very Best. Olid it is believed so Many the charges that attach to Export ship intent via new York can be saved that nearly All the Export movement whisky will be via 1�?Ten.s.a a Ola. It to even calculated that the Cost exporting and re importing whisky via Pensacola May lie reduced below the expected coat if shipped Job Sabad a. The Lexington St gluon show. Lexington. Kyd a april 9.�?there was an immense crowd in the City today to witness the stallion show invariably held april Ltd Urt Day. About forty stallions Trotters thoroughbreds. Saddle and draft stallions were exhibited. The thoroughbreds were springbok Fonso Warwick by Denthrift and Imp Dalna Carlock. The Kentucky Short Horn association met Here today and elected for the ensuing term b. F. Bedford Bourbon to duty As president b. F. Vanmeter Clark and w. W. Still Fayette. Vice presidents and Dan Bunyou Lexington Secretary and treasurer. The next meeting will be in May 1884. Drowning in Dayton by Willie Nicolai the heroic victims wonderful bravery by a boy. A most distressing Accident occurred in Dayton ky., last evening about 530 clock by which a Bright and promising boy Willie Nicolai lost his life. The deceased with two companions Albert Hackman and Chester drown in their play during the site noon via item the River at the i Ltd get Berry Avenue and while there concluded to build a raft neither Tho boys was Over seven years age and child like they entered into the Idek with eagerness. With the asst Otonce Long poles logs were drawn to the Shore and while in the read bitty out the lad drown lost Bis balance and fell into the water. The Haa Kwat Arfat. Tki Jf&Gto�ul-a�-.vd a it Ltd a a it in about Tarot a five Lees deep there Neww he for a hip indict but Little Chance for Aii adult. With a presence a a Ageev Vul. Map Rte Atli a a. Of general Lexington items Lex Noton ky., april 9.�?at the meeting the Kentucky association today James b. Ferguson waa elected Secretary vice Captain d. V. Johnson resigned. The democratic committee met Here thi a ter noon and appointed May 5 m the Day to select delegates for the convention at Louisville. A a a we started Here today for a new candidate for governor in the person general Simon Bolivar Buckner by the Fez Conla debates. Talk strikes at Chicago will amalgamated association die pm carte april 9.�?the situate Csc Between the masters and bricklayers remains the same. None the Union men have gone to work end they Sav they will not until to Iier demands Are coup Kiwi with. A few outsiders have come in Aud a re at work the Board Trade building. One Hundred Union men have left the City hav ing received offers work from by. Louis Kan a As City and Denver at to per Day. Twenty journeymen Pai tiers struck this morning for in Advance from$2 50 to $3 per Day it is probable that Matiy others will strike soon the Cigar makers Are preparing tor a general strike May 1 for Advance a per 1,000. It is believed that the smaller manufacturers will accede to Tho Demaid while the larger houses will Stop work for a time. Kota word regarding their proceedings a been received from the Chicago Iron workers in session at Pittsburgh. A leading employee one the Chicago Mills gives it a his opinion thai the association will soon lease its existence because expressed among Western unions. Quot the outcome the matter will be a continued the Iron worker Quot Liht each Mill will have a Union its own which will be a Law unto itself. No two Mills in the West can be equitably controlled by the same set rules. Just look at the diff Creuse Between the North and South Chicago Ralls. The latter can be run at a profit while the other mu.? remain Idle and All a Iwase the discrepancy the a Chineo h1�� seemed that the amalgamated association a conducted principally for the glory its chief officers and not a basis equity Between men and Mill owners. It is my opinion that the example the Joliet Mill men will be very generally followed that the men will make every Teruso Nablo Concession to the owners and that All the plus will soon resume operations. A cold steel Plant is not a profitable piece property and 1 Ara sure . Potter Aud other big men in the business Are anxious to resume work. Something must be done and that speedily else the Iron workers will be to 8catter a that getting them together again will prove a Dlf Fifolt Loais Villa inaugurates a Call Hoard. Loi is Vuyk april 9.�?.after several Days Uncertain action a Call Board was inaugurated today at noon by the Board Trade this City. Something like a smile amusement rested the faces nearly every one present which showed How plainly they were inclined to be incredulous about the Success the venture and though most Tho trans Octrous seemed to be regarded As jokes yet As the Call we fairly in Progress a Little More Serla spess was apparent and the proceeding finally assumed an air . Superintendent Wright was chosen caller and a number transactions in Grain were recorded in a Brief while. The first transaction was the Sale 5,090 bushels Corn William Mattingly being the Purchas r. That i indications Are that this will be a great step in Advance in the Grain Trade Louisville which to assuming Laige proportions already. Some terrific shoulder hitting. New York april 9.-Neariy 8,000 people my Emblem in the american Institute rink tonight to Vitums the sparring and Wace thing brute at cutting Al my at Tulili Amston. Williamstown a april 9.�?this is county court Day and the town is thronged. A fight occurred the Street Between Henry Miller and Dee gouge who had an old grudge to Settle a id were Well primed with whisky. Miller Cut gouge with a pocket knife inflicting wounds from which he May not recover. A terrible Fash Cut the skin his forehead and Clear Over is Hood to the Bone and a number dangerous stabs were made in Bis Back and one Chiton it farm. His wounds were promptly attended to but they Are very dangerous ii not fatal. Poker playing legislators. Austin tex., april 9.�?the legislature passed a Resolution to examine the Texa by stings with a great flourish and appointed a committee. Now they want to let the meat ligation Stop and the gift Inge i Stota that it must not Stop. The Billings has proved that legislators have been gambling drinking and reveling at the expense the Penitentiary Leiweks which is More Thitu the sittings changed. They also found members who testified that the lessees allowed legislators to win Large sums Money at i it Oker with a to Tail flush while the lessees held four acts. There is immense excitement. Burned to death. Murphey Boro april 9.�?the Logan House the oldest House in the City owned by mrs. Rogers sister to general in than burned lat night mrs. Rogers and two girls car Rowdy is fusing with their lives. A 5v. Wope a traveler tor Adams amp Wathene St. Louie who to a Chicago Man Burn a to death. Gary Dak april 9.�?the barn h. E. Mon Ighani burned this morning. His wife at term it ted to save the Stock Aud was burned to death. Tho confessed Assassin lord Leitrim. Pitts big Ogk englishman named 5viulam Menzell believed to be weak mind called at the Central poll e station in this oily tonight and stated that he was one the murderers Laird Leitrim and wanted to give himself up. He claims that he is a member the land league a nihilist and St dualist and says he was one six men chosen by the land league to kill lord Leitrim and that they shot him kill Erick Rood. County Antrim Ireland november 18,1881. He was locked up. The Campbell Morey contest. Lebanon 0. April 9.�?the taking testimony in the Campbell Morcy contest was resumed at the office M. Thompson this morn ing. 5v. C. Mcc Lisnock editor the Star has teen the witness stand most the Lay. They will begin tomorrow the student vote which will occupy about two weeks. The testimoil5 will be directed to the charge that the students Are hero for a temporary purpose Only Aud therefore not entitled to vote. Threat Oneid strike by Cigar makers. The Cigar Makein unions Noe. 4 and 80,met fas secret meeting last evening in workmen shall none but members being admitted. The meeting was called to consider the reduction tha tax cigars which goes into effect the 1st May the Ledu Teflon to is every thousand and As the prices cigars can not be reduced it was the Ura Nimons opinion the unionists that they should receive the Benefit one third Tho redaction. A Jolt com Luea waa instructed to Call upon the manufacture is relative to the adm toe $1 per 1, in tha Price paid. The Cigar makers reported that tha Large manufacturers refused to make tha Advance until the 1st May. The Raml tto Ewaa instructed to Call upon All and obtain written contracts to that effect and in Case refusal a general strike to Ord ext for today at 12 clock. The Pigeon shooting Case. Argued mind but frequent in seen in grown people Pluie Nicolai rushed to the Rescue his drowning companion. He reached out his baud which a grasped by the Strug i aug boy. The poo boy was not equal to the ask drawing i companion out and he too lust i balance. Witlox his two playmates in the water and in danger drowning Albert Hackman knew what to do for he at once extended w stick and instructed them to catch hold. Chester drown succeeded in doing so and then instead drawing himself out As would seem natural for one so Young to do he looked a round Lor the companion who had risked his life to save him. A vile in Cliola just then Rose to the surface and Yonng drown Grain next a him around the neck with one Arm am with the other hand held to the stick still held by to Weir companion the Shore. His a Reuth however gave out and Little Stuie slipped from his embrace Aud Sank to Rise no More. 55 Ith some difficulty the heroic boy asst Tod by Young Hackman Drew himself out the water and once ran for help. Willing Han l3 8<x>n set to dragging the spot and in about half an hour the but it by was recovered. The father the poor boy is . Charles Nicolai Tho firm j. V. Nicolat amp co., this City. The bereaved family he the sympathy their Many friends. _ the conduct the boys under the trying circumstances was indeed Wou Darful and to make it All the More sad the i boy who ran to the assistance his companions a distress was the one to lose Bis life. There was to outcry at All the boys realizing that it a a mat ter life and death and they battled manfully and yet one their number was fated to die. Oem Arrer to a tie Luxor Matloka Deel Siou reserved. Q the demurrer to the information in the ease Charles Eckert one the Pigeon shoot Eta who were arrested a charge cruelty to animals was argued in the police court yesterday morning. Walter Logan and Charle Phares appeared As attorneys for the a x ters and tha state was item by Charles Davis. The ground upon which the demurrer was made was that the offence did not fall within Tea meaning the statute. Author Ilea were cited both sides and after about two hours argument the court took the matter under advise meat. A Yergy fling near Bolt. Nettle Long Yoet erday brought suit in Esq Lra Schwab s court against mrs. Humber a mid wife to Rae Overto which the plaintiff Ajie Cei. She paid defend bit for medicines be used for a certain Porpose but which were never do levered. It appears that the plaintiff who is m Young woman we married but a few months ago and we deserted by Heg husband a Jno nth after Wedlock for Tea Soos beat known to herself. The defendant last evening made a statement to a reporter Wherren it appears that the Plain Tut Camo with Fier brother to see her the Delend fit and said that a certain. ,. Had Partia tir vex a us Mamus Medicine to Complete the work. Mrs. Humber so she says replied that for $10 she would furnish the necessary Medit be but this the plaintiff did not pay. Or. Dumbser further stated that she visitor the seventh Street physician and he denied All knowledge the Case. The plaintiff insists that the Money was Sily paid. The Cass will come no for trial next thursday. Or. Springmeier serenaded. Or. Ferdinand apr Lugmeier was tendered a serenade by Bis friends last evening who turned out in Large numbers to do the gentleman Honor and offer their congratulations upon his Success it the polls. Music and oratory were freely indulged in after which the company were Yuvi fed into . Brit Igeler s pleasant Home to partake a sumptuous spread who iffy invitation was accepted with the heartiness with which it was Given. Clay Pigeon shoot. A vary soccer annl exhibition recently Given at Hamilton. A Clay Pigeon shoot a Given under the management . Schuler at Hamilton a few Days ago the Birds being thrown from five traps eighteen Yards Rise unknown angles under both English and american rules. There waa a uniform Entrance fee $2, Winner taking two thirds second Best Man the balance. The first shoot was at ten bird., use both barrels and resulted As follows f. V. Block 7 Klepfer 0 Glassford 8 Smith 6 Ralston 8 f. Krebs 7 Hughes 7 Schuler 5 Marsh 9 g. Krebs 7. Marsh won first Money Gla amp sword and Ralston dividing the second. Second match same conditions use one barrel Black. 7 f. Kretz 7 Glassford 8 Ralston 6 Huzzy 8 Smith 5 choler 10 g. Krebs 6 Ball 7 Hughes. 7. Schuler won first Money Huzzy and tiles font divided the second. Third match same conditions As first Schuler 9 Huzzy 10 Glassford 8 f. Krebs 6 a Krebs 6 Marsh 6 Ralston 10 Black 7 Hughes 7 Kiepper 7. First Money divided Between Huzzy Aud Ralston a culex taking second and Glassford third. Fourth match same As second Schuler 6 Glassford 6 Ralston 10 f. Kreb. 7 Marsh 3. First Money to Ralston and Send to Marsh. Fifth match five Birds one barrel Ralston. 4 Marsh. 4 f. Krebs 4 Schuler 3 Glassford 2. Ralston received first Ami Schuler set Ovid Money. Birth match conditions same a fifth Ralston 5 Marsh 5 Krebs. 4 Schuler 4 Ford 5. Tills match was to shoot off ties Ralston taking first Money and Krebs and Schuier dividing the second. The nineteenth Ward contest. Potato pilfer ers. W. M. Farron and John Caden were detected by Market master Rasche about 1 clock yesterday morning in the going through a stall at the sixth Street Market. They were about to make Way with a Bushel potatoes belonging to cabs. The inert and a pair it boots owned by a Man named Iless. Officers altevers and Roeli assisted in taking the pair to the Central station. They were taken into the police smrt a Leeward and were adjudged guilty but Wera remanded until Friday for seat Euce. A a captured Lunatic. Joseph canal. An insane Man who escaped from the Asylum at Columbus ten Days ago spent several hours in the Central station yesterday. Uto Home is in Cadiz o., but he we sent from there to the Asylum ten years ago. Officer t. J. Malligan the institution to Reed him after his escape and captured the unfortunate Man in Madisonville bunday. He left with i prisoner for Columbus in the afternoon. 1110 Sale single seats for the dramatic festival Prog Saieed rapidly yesterday at College Hall. Several thousand Dollar were added us the already Bunting coffers and ass Grancea to a lived that every scat for every performance will he sold by the end the week. There Are still a Large number available Sean but in will require prompt action to secure Ibera. J last evening bouts 30o�?Tclock, Harry Mcneal xxx nested with Robinsons circus met with a painful though not a serious Accident while standing i head a Bale Hay he lost Hia balance Atid Lull against the Haille a Pitchfork which we near by the Princess Louise. Hamilton be exude april 4.�?it is stated Good author ii that Tho Princesa Louise will leave Bermuda the 10th inst. Her majesty Steamer the Teu Edos has been detailed to con vey the Princess and her suite to Caida and is now undergoing the Nec Ltd sary refitting and repairs at the Doc Yard. The Kirtland mormons. Kirtland o., april 9.�?the mormons resumed tic conference Bosine is today at the Temple with preaching and prayer. Elder w. 0. Clarke oai fornia preached tonight and tomorrow night president Joe Smith lecture Temperance. Accident at a a tolling Mill. A Exelino w. Va., april 9.�?about 1 . The Cap a steam valve la the Standard Mill at Martin s ferry blew off with a loud report seriously scalding Foreman Alexander Talbert Foreve Aldaya application for in injunction refused a the feeling cd the matter. The application John Broderick for an injunction to restrain City clerk Henderson Injia giving a certificate election to by Lellam Stacey As councilman from the nineteenth Ward was again taken up by judge Bushwalter yesterday morning. Or. Henderson was in Tea courtroom with both tally sheets in his poses the one opened and the other s a led. After considerable discussion by Baker and . Kumler the City clerk broke the Seal the envelope and unopened and examined the tally sheets and poll Book. This tally Sheet was signed by James White As . And John f. Heekin As clerk the other election officers having refused to sign it As Broderick was Given credit thereon with a Large us Haber votes which they declared were illegal. After counsel for Broderick had argued the question a his right to introduce testimony the report refused the application Savin that the City clerk was but a Ninnis Lergul Omer per porn thug a duty imposed upon him by Law and As such he had no discretionary Power. The tally sheets he continued Wultich arc properly signed give . Stacey a majority the votes cast Akillo him the clerk is Pouoa to give the certificate. In passing it upon the Nia iter the court said that tie right the parties As to the election either were not considered. The petition w As dismissed. In connection with this matter there is something Savouring Quot which should be eventuate i. In the Eliut Eliuh Ward the republicans made no nomination for Council but endorsed the Reg liar democratic Noia Ince . Stacey. A number the w orders in the Ward were dissatisfied with it. Stacey for voting for . Henderson for cite clerk a against the caucus can Didato Tho democratic party last Spring. They therefore sprung . Broderick As an Independent deck ratio candidate and had his name printed the regular democratic ticket with the words Quot except tor Urcil Man Quot in Larga Ici Tew at the head. In passing through the roller the Paras these tickets were somewhat discoloured Edward to bpm a coloured youth we locked no at Central station last night for assault a no Betty Taber about 12 clock he met the to atm Virlou Plum Street and knocked her Dowa twice. Captain Purcell the Babcock we slug half injured last evening by falling from a Ladd while cleaning the ceiling the engine House. Elder William p. Stratton is lying dangerously ill at Bis residence Richmond Street and is not expected to survive the % a Ilen Tacky Nom Iua Xion. Wilma Mcrown ky., april 9.�?5v. N. Hoget today received the democratic nomination m candidate to represent this. Grant county in tha legislature Aad m. D. Loile waa nominated for Jailer i he convention which made the above Noral nations Atoo unanimously adopted motion endorsing colonel Thomas l. Jones for governor. The president a trip. Jacksonv Lije april 9.�?tbe president and party reached Enterprise and Palatka Satur do a afternoon Ftp enl sunday quietly at Sanford and started today for Kos Aimee City in route to Gardemn b Island where the president expects to enjoy crap life Lor a week so. The preside it says he foe to benefited by the trip. Charged with swindling. Quincy luf april 9.�?orrin Skinner Maiai rested Here this morning tiie charge swindling mar Mars ban Francisco. Out $1 ,.550. Lie Osiow in custody the sheriff. Us least be latter is segued he must go to jail to await a requisition from the governor california., Coronation the car. St. Peters Burg. April 9.�?it is now asserted that the to rotation the Czar will probably a postponed. The police have re Wou to believe Niles Liberal reforms Are granted the nihilists have determined to prevent the pea Mormance that ceremony. Carve a bog Al . New Haven april a Mab h Between . Carver and Bogardis today resulted in a Victory for former a a it Nore 9g to 82 for Bogardos. The traps worked badly and carvery a in Arkman slip under the to regarded m a a a Cebu orally Good. A

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