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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 11, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioKumber 131. Cincinnati wednesday april 11, 1883. Price two cents. The Ohio legislature. It Kab Bou amp a passes the Weitzel Street Balboa la Biel. Beat us for tax Bui l>�fext�d�?1 doll Are bad had to broncs at by glut so Milo amp so Umbra Ohio april 10.�?cbh . Brown St la thai we rather an unwind Callb . Spinner upon a political Coni Rore from Rhet Joat one Rote was required to pass the Wett cel Street Railroad Bill and it could have carried Only by personal influence. Or. A Holmes took a Square stand agatus a and . Poor elaborated considerably against h colonal Veitsel had been shrewd enough to aay try Little about it himself. He moaned the Serra get the baud some both h. Sayue son the reputable judge the same name and had him say that u the my passed unreliable persons persons not distinctly representing capful would be Given the Opportunity opposing capital already in wasted and injuring it. He said Thiu the Board Public works alone ought to Hare control number in attendance is Large but at this meeting the ques Iiona that Are to come up Fordis Cuti to ii will attract a extraordinary re Prescita flon from All roads. It is not unfair to say that every Railroad superintendent in St. Louis in fact every Ocial who has anything to do with the running trains has Fonn plated in his own mind a solution the vexing a uniform Lrae Quot problem and is n Ady to Spring his scheme the convention tomorrow at the slightest notice. The delegates will begin to arrive tonight and for the who has Only an Indef note idea a special a a private a a a Ofeciar cars a visit to the rail total Yards to Morrw Urilt be a great treat. The Bee line the Vandalia the Ohio amp Mississippi and several others will bring the officers i special cars this evening and Many others from Larch abroad Are exy voted in this evenings regular trains. Louisville. The using Mutof routes for Street Railroad lines and both the one tenth limit existing lines id the consent a majority the proper alone constitute the Uri allege a Wuerst should a a tension existing the creation new Zoee. Or. Poor is the Only member the Hamil ton county Delegat Lod who offered any object iii to it a. It was mainly the ground that the majority the people living along any Given louts propped ought alone to be Euti Tira to the lift to establish the routes. Or card moved to include Cleveland in its a to Lusious. A to tempi were made to increase the it port Iodate space but All the propose you i one. That increasing it to one tenth was it ote ted. Bill was then carried by a vote 53 to 37, it was Bard work to raise the requisite 53, the majority. It was then that . Brunner said a a caul . Brownlfe Ldla that Gen Leman is a personal Friend . Brunner in docent As a sucking Dove and pure As an average Angel not too Long away from school and to got him. Quot . Brownfield Quot called a Ste clerk. The gentleman named had but a moment be ten voted a no but when he heard . Brun berms affectionate voice and recon led the customary Wink he responded and the Hill was passed so far is the House was con seemed. The wonder was that such assumed purists is a wave and love should be found in favor the Dill. Heretofore they have been very careful to avoid commitment to matters wherein a amp cations arise that they do not under Brand which suggest even Supiran toward any scheme. There were lobbies from Cincinnati. Cleveland Toledo. Darth Trad Tutu City All in favor to Bill and they were All Good looking and brandishing and me Bill passed the House but it is hardly Sukoly that it will pass the Senate. The other interesting Esse was the disposal the Scott liquor tax Bill. The matter came up this morning the reconsideration the Uttler motion striking out the Section prohibiting the Selling liquor to be drank the by Emalea. It brought a motion to Amend by . Hodge to allow cities the to Grade to a do vinous and malt liquors i nday and subject to the control the City Council. This brought out . Smith Noble who denounced it As a scheme to defeat the existing St. Smith sunday Law. Or. Smith assumed considerable authority in the matter although the real author his Bill was one Deacon Smith Cincinnati and St. Solos assumed All the credit after it had been formulated by the Only Deacon a Mith and percolated through St Stubbs and Tia round faced Little Smith who succeeds the Kwa haired Dpi Well Noble. The i whole Bill its passage was beaten by a tote 45 to 41. In the so Kate. The Senate today Defeated by a vote 14 yeas to 10 nays . Russells House Biu providing for a Llense trades bust Ness and professions carried in the Day i Nduati. It was amended motion senator Dexter to reduce paddlers Lic Mises from f60 to 125, and those who peddle by hand from 135 to Fly. The Bill is very Complete and will Bably increase the Reven Nee the City about �150,000 if carried Cut the vote will be reconsidered tomorrow. The Senate adopted . Wilson a 8. R. For the erection an additional Story to the state House failure a prominent jeweler�?s35,000 Worth music engaged for the Cotton expo Sutton. Lovisi Ujco kr., april 10.-p. D. Is Mem a leading jeweler this City filed an assignment today in the county Fourt Transfer ring his Stock fit pros and property except such As is exempt by Law to Captain Irwin Dugau. The House had been rumoured in a shaky condition for some time. It is said the liabilities will Range Between ,5,000 and f.i0,0c0. No estimate Aas cts has been made. Or Barnum attributes his failure to the dullness the jewelry Trade this Spring. The immediate cause the assignment is some threatened suits by Eastern parties. The liabilities Are held principally in the East very Little being due to parties. The funeral the deceased councilman Isaac Tyler took place from his late residence this afternoon at 4 clock. The general Council attended ill a body. The seventh annual meeting the grand Lodge for Kentucky the knights Honor is in session Here. One Hundred and fifteen lodges Are represent Ltd since the first Lodge the order was established Here in june 1s73, the order has extended throughout the Union and now numbers 140,000 members. George Harper was today sentenced in the circuit court to the Penitentiary for grand larceny. He had stolen two overcoats. After the sentence had been pronounced he addressed the court saying that when a youth he had been a Page to the National House representatives and that he assisted in the removal John Quincy Adams from Congress Hall when he had suddenly fallen prostrate from a stroke which roved fatal. Prosperity attended him in after be. Aud Only recently did he become in veiled into gambling and Loae everything . W. H. Gait the newly elected health Voltl car assumed the duties his office this morning. The Street workers the religious array Are getting very numerous herein Louisville. The salvation army is holding nightly meetings at Bowles Hall and is also conducting the Campaign among the byways and Hedges. The captains and majors and hallelujah lasses arc it Long to vanquish sin in its own Strong a petition is in circulation Alvo calling the a ointment mint a Public weigher Coal it Eizig stated that the present system weighing Coal a unjust and unsatisfactory. The question music Loi lotion was settled today a fastidious husband. He sel.l8 a half interest in his wife s affections but subsequently has her arrested fur the parties from it Edmond Laid. Wapakoneta . April 10.�?the Registe at the Henry House for monday March 19, con Tali among other arrivals be i showing a it. Niver and wife Richmond this fact in itself is no importance except for a few circumstance connect a a therewith. But in order to get at the Story we will have to go Back a few months. Or. M. Banks was an Engineer living at Richmond ind. And in his family was a daughter Ida. There came to the town Richmond lud., about eight years ago another family named Jarrett. A this family was a son who became a sign Painter and about three years ago became with Ida. Their acquaintance and Irron ship culminated in their marriage in that City about two years ago. They have no children but lived happily and contentedly until about four months ago when Young Jarrett was attacked with measles and partly recovered but later re lapse Ltd and for several months was out Chi ploy meet. Meanwhile the savings Laid away for a Rainy Day were exhausted and the gaunt Wolf hunger stood at the Dir. A consultation Between husband and wife is to the Best Means earning some Money was held and after various i Raposala and in a lit desperation the wife propose that she find a purchaser for her charms. The husband said he could not see what else was to be done and the wife started out outline Street she met Niver Ami told him she roust have some Money. She made an api it and he called next Day left some Money and departed. For several weeks following the Man s visits were frequent and he supported and whose wealth at the time his death was i St mated to be ,000. He was fond women and a Corrai years ago a dashing Young woman named Nellie Flrming with whom he had been living brought suit against him claiming a be his wife. The trial cans it gtd a local hens Tom. On account Blythe a wealth and eccentricities bu4 he proved Bat he Jimi never been married to her. For the last five years Blythe had been living with a Omati who wont by the a Amo Allie Dickinson. She is a Beautiful Brunette very stylish but Blythe never Calu ii her Lils wife. He simply introduced her to his friends As he died in her anus and she attended the Lun Cral. Now she comes in with a claim that she was Marrick to him. And demanding half his property. Avent makes the Oase More tangled is hatan other woman named Firmin also Wili put in a claim for h share the estate. Tie Only real heir is a Young girl now in England the sole Issue the millionaires marriage years ago. Besides the real estate in this Elty. Debased had Large interests in Sonora and Southern t Ali Lonicia which Are valuable. The to sensation. A Poal tive statement that he la now in Washington w 10.�?the critic Publ hcs a sensational Rumor relating to Howgate. It a been in possible to procure anything further than the one Toty and its truth is doubted Newhall House fire. George 8cheller, the alleged incendiary trial. A an outline�?T4itf1i� evidence a a seemingly Strong Case made out against him a his motives. I Tjw ackee w�?Tw., april 10. A today two months ago the Newhall House burned to the ground 100 people losing their live Oba this morning the trial George Schiller charged with setting the hotel Are by Tajii in the municipal court judge Mallory presiding. Scheller the owner the hotel bar and chief clerk the hotel for eight years past was arrested a few Days after the fire the grave Charco for which he is held and in the course time was Recu Lurly indicted by the grand jury. The former High standing the accused who came to this City a dozen years Flo from Detroit where he is Well connected Lias Mado unusually Seu National the awful but Here it is a a Captain Howgate the defaulting signal Laid at ii Heuery a Der. He has consider officer is now in Washington. At 2 clock ibo a property and a Host friends and will be aft Moon he was seen to alight from a Coli to j do ended. The general opinion today is that Aud hurriedly enter to residence in tie North Western portion the City the Lac k was Tho property a private citizen Liow Gatcu she question music Lor the approaching y by the Board directors. Exposi it has been the intention the directors All along to make the musical the Lead tug feature no matter at what Cost. Finding that such ulant As is desired could not be obtained locally the celebrated orchestra leaders in the country were cow tilted. It a. Determined by a unanimous vote to is cure the employment the 7th regiment band and Gilmore a band both new York and National reputation. The contract was closed at . The first fifty Day the exposition the 7th regiment band will give two concerts Dally and the following and closing fifty Days Gilmore a band will give two concerts daily. The first Twenty Davs the Centennial exhibition Gilmore a and played at a coat 20,0�0. Besides the securing this a contract was closed with Hook a i Hastings Organ builders at Boston for an Organ at f10,000. Lexington races. Or. Bargers hone Bill providing for the Totton the Central Ohio Railroad Between the b. A And the p., c. A St. L., passed the Senate Voth an amendment recur Long that in oases disagreement Nipon the Unur yement the state a abroad Eomme Soloner a 11 decide m to the been Salty and proportion Coats and Ames a ugh proportion. The amendment practically defeats the object the Bill. is.119.0q0 Bill was taken from a be Tobla to the Senato and senator Dexter s amendment striking out the contracting clause was stricken out by a vote 12 yeas to 15 pays. This was a singular proceeding a specially after Ithaca me Knox that the Bill practically Al Kurse company in another state to contract Lor the Fomish Ling the water Supply cd ctn Natl upon Pond lion the City expending a ver �?�5,000,too apr the Era ton and instr overment the works but it is about a with the average a to detion pushed through both Gnu genes the general Assembly. Or. Highlands Hul for the bred song the lit to Miami River near Terrace Parr comes up to the Nate tomorrow. The governor has appointed Aud the Senate today concurred in the appointment Miles d. Of Arrington Lucas county and we. Howard Neff Cincinnati a members the state boxed charities for three year. The Hockx k16ht 8bssi0k. The Bouse at the night session went hell Bent upon All the local schemes for expend aug inc Mey. A Bare majority members was present. And the majority those were smoking in the lobbies. It was agreed that none but local Bills the Calendar should be Token up and upon tip a an that thus the Gnu these there was a tacit agreement among vying an add a the general Dup dilate i Nduati for questions should be ask Highlands Bill for levying an a ddts Al Mill 8ve years Lor the construction trunk sewers Al the City came up. Nobody said a word in favor it with the exception . Highlands who simply said a emr. Speaker this is Merel Floesl Bill. Our delegation is to favor it am Hope it will Paat. The Bill had Bee a marred to the committee Medl Eal schools and was repo favourably. The Levy one Mill the Cincinnati doll irate brings about fl55.000per year. In five Yean it Woald amount to , Bill snug Luule addition. No member tumbled to the method until a reporter hinted it. And then . Barger at once moved to reconsider. On the ground that the Bill had not received sniff Clent consideration. The Stohon was Laid the table until tomorrow afternoon at 4 clock. Another Bill similar character was . Dunhams for the expenditure about �257,000 to Bridge a run near Cleveland and then there were a Dosen fan Reuting to Small matters in Max Lisburg Middletown Adams Pike and Hiya Boga counties no one which was in aired into and All went through without the lightest consideration. The fact is and nobody the programme for the Spring meet Long opening May b. Luzi Egton ky., april 10.�?the programme arranged for the coming May meeting is As follows first Day May 9�?first race purse also All Ages three fourths a mile. Second race the distillers Stokes All Ages Iso Entrance 125 forfeit ,000 added by distillers Central Kentucky Twenty four nominations one and a Quarter mile. Third race purse 1175 All Ages. Second Day May 10�?first race purse h75 All Ages one mile. Second race Louis and Gus Straus Stokes All sees �25 Entrance A. 1375added thirteen nominations Ramly Asua. Third race purse 1250 Selling race one and one Quarter mile. Third Pui get. 1125 one Nulf mile. But baud and wife tor the sacrifice which the woman made. Niver was engaged As about Lii Selling a Patent clothes wringer Ami prospered. The husband about five weeks ago. Having recovered. The Trio left Richmond for Lima o., where they lived at the same boarding House while the men canvassed the town for the clothes wringer. Three weeks ago the husband left Lima and asked his wife to go with him. 8hc, however having found that Niver was n better provider than her husband and he having grow Rin her favor chose to remain to which the unprincipled and improvident husband offered no serious opposition and left without her. On the following monday Niver and mrs Jarrett arrived at the Henry House Aud registered As above. One Day last week mrs. Jarrett received a letter from her luts band abusing Niver and asking her to come Home. 8he refused and chose to remain think aug nothing further the matter and assigning As a reason that she knew he Ronld Notus Pivot her. She and Niver lived quietly tog Elln a exciting no suspicion Niver meanwhile working industriously and doing considerable business. Of monday miu>ba1 Shubert received a dispatch from the Jura and a husband asking if the parties were Here and the following Day in order from the Fatlich to arrest the Twain which he did. In the afternoon they were preparing to leave when they were arrested and put in jail waiting the arrival her father. This was the first inti Matious that the couple received that the tacit understanding that exist Al Between them was not satisfactory to her husband and they were arc it atly surprised at their arrest. This is the woman a Story who was seen this afternoon. It is practical la substantiated by the testimony the father. He visited his daughter at the jail this at Moon and she agreed to go Home with him. The woman is but eighteen years age and told her Story with Candor and not a few blushes at her Folly although she said she was attached to her Paramour because he had been kind to Ana provided for her which her husband had not done. 8bc has dark Eves slightly crossed a fair complexion a Good figure and is ordinarily intelligent. She will leave tomorrow wit i her father. Niver will probably be released acid one Olgat c�?T8 Well known friends. He Roma Intel about Twenty minutes and was then driven cast 1�?T Street. Lie w As can by a member the signal service who served under him and who 1r Well acquainted with him. The inter attempted to speak to Howgate but was frus United by the gentleman who Accomma Uithol him. The one horse vehicle was driven by an elderly irishman in full livery. The party who panic Howgate wore a full Beard a silk hat and was beyond the Meridian life in age. The party w to recognized Howgate did so from his Peculiar features about the eyes and both i in tub. The gentleman who recognized How gute remarked to the critic that the fact but he sur Ting quickly into the Outia when the word Quot How Giitl Quot was uttered is Prima Facie evidence that his a it Vic tons trite recognition were Correct. The informant also stated that he Felt positive in his mind that he knew the gentleman who acc Ontl in cd Howgate but that he is too prominent la known Here to be Sameti unless his eyesight was confirmed More fury that he was one the Deia Niter a heaviest a sensation denied tie new postmaster general general notes. Wasi Minotos. April minister West was Imlay asked As u the truth quiness a Story which i was in circulation that Zell Hoover this City loud reported to him a plot to blow up the legation with dynamite and that had let Een paid Foo. Or. Best stated that Al the Finity the hotel until 3 30 clock truth Thill there was in the Story was that Hoover Zefi u couple friends Broadway Ai he will not be found guilty. Over one Hundred i licit pcs have been and the trial will probably last a week longer. District a Torney Clark appeared for the prosecution assisted by Isomers when the cose was called. will be conducted by Jeff my Keu Tyand w. In Ebbitts Well known Mcm by Xoi the local bar. The trial is in the municipal courtroom in the old City Hull and an in Mcusic crowd was present. Scheller his wife sister in Law. And attorneys when the Case was called Mark ably Well and his Etc Abed and fattened him wonderfully. At 11 clock Scheiler in charge a Deputy sheriff Appe re Ltd in court seeming very cheerful lie said that he Felt confident acquittal. When arraigned he pleaded not guilty and the Call Jii Rorr was commented. X Stodal be ire was issued. The outline the prosecution is As follows to establish a motive for the crime they win attempt to prove that he Heller a business Al airs had become so much into Lytel and his flu Anees had reached so Low a Btu through a falling off custom la the Saloon and billiard room As to bring him face to face with ruin. They will also try to show that his Stock and Billiani room fixtures Ini wore in the room Scheller looks re confinement has a pen. One end the Box waa blown out by Tho explosion fulminate. Inside the Box was a Small Flat Brown paper Box similar to those in which Caps for toy pistols Are contained. It held about Naif an ounce. There was also a steel Spring Peculiar make which had evidently served to explode the Cartridge a in Tho Smail Box. Tie postmaster stated that the Box had been dropped into the general Posto Tuce last evening fat it out 7 clock and when being transferred with a lot other packages Down a slide it exp1ode<l with a loud report. in the Day it was Learned that Tho Box was a play toy which had been scat by her father to a miss Fannie Gold a girl from Newark n. J., who is a Larder at miss co Matocky a school where the Box was addressed. Foreign affairs. France uneasy. The new a great strike at Marseille female agitator. april 10.�?seven thousand Dock labourers struck work Here this morning. Up to 2 clock this afternoon the strikers had committed no unlawful acts. The authorities have nevertheless taken measures for a prompt suppression disorders. The streets frequented by the men Are being patrolled by mounted Gen do armes. Fari. April 10.�?the temporary cessation All political excitement while it has partially rea4sured the bourgeoise does not silence mme in aul Mincke and does not please m. Henri Rochefort. The citizen Ess is still printed at Marseilles and although there have been no Riou. She blithely announces that the social revolution is at hand. 8he accounts for the going by the Day set for the last Meute without any disturbance by saying that there was no visible result to to expected from a rising at that to me except massacre communists her meaning being evidently that the revolutionists were not quite Reedy to precipitate an outbreak. M. Rochefort in the in transit cant boldly compares ferry to a Gam bet to and accuses him seeking to plot for the presidency the Republic. He declares that the journey to Arac Bon was full meaning Aud that m. Ferry is now feeling the pulse the provinces. It 1 evident therefore that m. Rochefort will Hunt Down the new Cabinet with the same reckless hatred which impelled him to Stab each member the Gambetto ministry and unfortunately for the Hopes those who seek to establish a stable government in France this propaganda succeeds. The unscrupulous writer May be descried and discredited Bui the circulation his paper is tremendous especially among the working classes. Five other daily organs preach extreme doctrine collectivism and revolution a Peculiar Accident. A Lake 8uperior engine House and nine engulfed a i the ground Filks 1,000 to ,0o0 feet an Aba ironed mine the Cnute. Noway Mich april Accident the most disastrous to human life that Ever occurred in any the Lake Superior mines happened at the Neel Ridge mine in the Michigan Iron District Thia afternoon when about ninety feet ground Between the main engine House and number one Shaft caved in the engine House in which were nine men and All the mine machinery and four Large boilers went Down a distance from 1,000 to 2,000 feet All the men were either killed outright buried alive excepted Wicks who went Down 100 feet and then remained top the debris with his leg broken at the thigh and one his ribs fractured. His recovery is doubtful. A pump and boiler must be put in before the other bodies Are recovered. It will take a Wink More. The mine was about to be abandoned As the Ore body was exhausted. All the men were the surface hoist lug the steam pipes out the Shaft. Governor Butler s investigation Indianapolis. Did Call Ira in him and direct his att cution to a certain matter but it was not a plot to blow up the legation with dynamite anything the kind. He invest Guild tie matter and found it to be . Lie did not Hoover any Money but merely in Arr Wii at he had to say it. And found it to to in line. Postmaster general tin Sham Arri Veti this evening and was met at the Sci got by a number prominent gentlemen among whom Cora Mitio Efrom the ill aria Kep Nollman club. He was driven to the residence the Hon. Tofau a. Food minister to Spain where he will remain several Days and where to tonight received a number friends. Judge William Edson Posey county is Cindi Divite for Tuc District Juo hip vice Gresham. To far there have been awant Twenty names mentioned for the position. Peter h. Kennedy Crawfordsville Wing probably Trio last one spot sen. Assistant Secretary new who had the selection a site for the Terre haute find government building in charge. Mys the citizens will by Given Ampie Opportunity to be heard and if the site Sleete Ltd is not desirable to a majority Llic . Another will be chosen. Professor a w. Wiley the Purdue Ulver sity ii Faverie ind., has been appointed chief were los Nrec i for Lauch More than the actual value. Thus Money getting will be its aligned �8 the motive. To fasten the guilt the charge arson upon him they expect to prove clearly that instead having closed the Saloon at l to the morning the fire and gone Home As he claimed he loitered in Tho i when he and started Day May 11�?first race Jno. We. Leil Lurae. 1125 one Naif mile. 4�con� race a Halx hotel stakes for three year old 100 Entrance 150 forfeit $350 added Twenty nominations one and one quater . Third race Handicap purse 1200 one and one Quarter mile. Fourth Dir May 12�?first race purse 1200, All age 1175 to first 25 to second one and one eighth mile. Second race the filly Stokes for two year , Iso Entrance 125 forfeit 1200 added second to save Stoke twelve nominations half a mile. Third Raee purse Exail Ages mile heats. Fifth Day. May 14�?fifet race Selling race purse 1300 three quarters a mile heats. Second race tha Colt a takes for two year Olds 150 Entrance half forfeit �200 added fourteen nominations half a mile. Third race the Maiden stakes for three year Olds non winners to january 1, 1883, 150 Entrance �25 forfeit 1300 added second horse to save stake seven nominations mite heats. Sixth Day May 15, is ssh first race merchants Handicap inrae �k50, mile heats. Second race the citizens Suke for All Ages �25entrance, P. 1500added by tie citizen Lexington 1400 to first Iloo to second third hone to save his Stoke thirteen nominal Iowa one and one eighth mile. Third race purse �200, All age one and one an inefficient bureaus visitors from Baltimore general local notes. Indiana bomb april 10.�?the insufficiency the state statistical Bureau and the state Board agriculture 1# attracting attention. A reported in the news the other Day. Statistician Peelle abandoned the state weather service As soon a he came into office and now he has abandoned the monthly crop bulletins. What he expect to do but draw i salary docs not yet appear. The state Board agriculture Isnit even Good a an ornament two year ago the Bureau atom tics captured the right to make the i Opp. Rem its at the hand the legislature. Now the Bureau has a can Don edit and the state a Ford can to take it up for Lack Means. The visible duties the latter therefore consist in holding a state fair one week in the year and making a report the same several months after the papers have told it All while the duties the statistical Bureau seem to be to afford sustenance to an officeholder two. Within a few Days the time Spring frosts begin nipping the sprouting Grain and budding fruits then will Coral a flood Interra Mationg from All quarters from a Ltd it xa1u.� aj4u Foj Msj in i Che inns the agric uaral Ducq rement vice commissioner Thynan Hagi Man while the commission is getting civil Servic commissioner Thoman a gone to Ohio. Ready to move into their Headquarters. The Rule adopted by the commis sirm will not be acted upon by the president until his return from Florida. Great fire in a Maryland town a two men burned to death. a april 10.�?the most disastrous fire Ever known Here occurred last night originating in Jacob Thompaon s livery stable in which Bob Thompson and Aron Sha offer employees were burned to death also thirty horses. Sixteen dwellings and stores burned Abe Church. Loss i70.0uo. The fire cleared a whole Square from Bond Carroll main Street and up Carroll. The fire Stor cd at 110 last night Aud was under at 3 clock this morning. There is no water Supply in the town and it fell an easy prey to the to itunes. Two chemical engines were Cut from Baltimore at 3 clock this tug at a Call fur a sic stance. Persons wanting to know the damage in this that the other Section. Nobody either at the butt Yiu Board will know anything and eighth mile. Seventh Day May 14�?first race Selling race purse �200 one and one eighth mile. Second race the Ashland Oaks for three year old fillies h00 Entrance 150 forfeit. A50 added second to receive 1150, and third to save Stoke thirty three nominations Oue and one Quarter mile. Third race tha Mcgrath stakes for two year old Colt and fillie 150 Entrance ��5 for be 4uipat�s it that the latter Days the Seo Slon awl a sed almost wholly for the Rushing through a schemes that in Daylight it would not be Safe explain. If there waa time in the sober judgment the next Day to examine that mint be done but the hurry does not permit feet me. The matter has practically become a Moat a Rule that there is no be Glt male Bush j for night aes Slons and that they Are carried in for the prove Nuon Buai aeta that it would he safer to not talk about. Nav mrs. Or. Foods moved today for an adjournment a one die april 16. A motion to Amend to the 23d was made but lost. A previous resold god in the Senate had been pawed and re a i sided. The probability is that this Rick it ution will also be seconal do Rod and there is Little likelihood adjournment at the time specified to the Bouse Resolution. General John amp Mason commandant the Barracks to been promoted by president Arthur to the col Nelcy the 9th United states infantry with Headquarters at fort Russell by. T., lieutenant to colonel Edwin f. Torii a and. Of the Luh infantry whose present station u at fort Buford Dakota la the coming Simi. And will take command Here a soon As be a Rivea. A West Point graduate Aud a an officer la the War. A put Hettie Seene. Nook Ltd n. A. April Van Vor Heos Twenty four years old died today in Devoe a treet in a room which i hither had engaged for him alter i Unea at the residence mrs a this where he had boarded for the Tost two swim. He bad engaged to marry Misa Ida Jones the Dauber the Lidy with whom he Board thedaugh . De. A Borl to me ago he fwd Token with a be Aud confined to Bis bed. His futher Teu by two men called mrs. Jones and her protest and those her daughter bundled the sick Man in a coach and drove him Sway. Hiss Ida cling to the coach crying piteously to let him main with her w her go with him but she thrust away. This morning the Young girl. A 1 been went to the Ned Hor hex gtd where he had taken and heard he death. She was Overes me with grief and bad to be taken Back to her Home. A term no composer. New tout april Max Bach the German com to arrived today the Steamer Gallia he said to a reporter �?o1 had a very a Laa aant trip. 1 intend to rest Lor a Day so and april 18 will produce at the Arad by music the flight into Joey ply a choral to among Tite it Crea Job Wied by Herr Bruch Are Lorley to diced id lab. And Hermoine. In 1872. In the Evenmo Herr a received at the Arion club. Or. Paui f. Schoen presided and made a Short a Peech Welcome to which Hen Bruch re med. He wiil leave Newyl a tor Boston a id be re edited t j the Hanf Al and Haydu be Ety. Thenee he Wilt go weit. Eit t250 added three quarters a mile eleven nominations. Eighth and last Day May 17�?vint race purse v20o, welterweight one mile. Second race Blue ribbon sweepstakes for three car Olds Floo Entrance 150 forfeit 9400 added Twenty Noel Tationa one and one half mile. Third race Consolation purse 1250, for beaten Hora i mile beats. Hooker Lytle. Dayton o., april 10.�?miss Hetty Hooker for Merw new York and sister in Law . Horace Fox one the proprietor the Beckel House was married thl afternoon at 5 clock at Christ episcopal Church to . Harry v. Lylie. Of Dayton Rev. Or. W Ebster officiating. Messes. Wlliam 8. Gifford a. Gilbert jr., Jamestown a Samuel Ames Buffalo Samuel Knight Philadelphia . Vanzant and Harvey Kin ing Dayton acted As Ushers. Misses Jeanette Lytle Dayton Anna b. Orme Philadelphia Jesse Leech Orris City a. May Andrewa Roc Heator n. Kate Miller Buffalo and Helena Stevens Chicago served As bridesmaids. Or. Harry Bartlett Dayton was a Best Man a and the wedding March was performed by professor Harry b. Turpin. The Church was crowded with the relative and friends 6f the couple and the elite the City. The effect will be discreditable. Clearly there is need Reform Esper rally in the statistical Bureau and the orca does a Good work in calling for it. The visiting Baltim oreans were escorted about the City this Ino ruling and left at noon for Peoria. It to have them a change and an Carty a pc ally bad been arranged. Baltimore markets were conspicuously reported and was in readiness but the guests did not me. It is rumoured that in the escort committee were two three Grain men who Pur the loss at Cleveland Ohio by the destruction Taylor amp by. Gets love dries monday Light in Susuico 00. Two Hundred and fifty men Are thrown out work. The ironclad paint company lose 512,000. The Ansonia hotel at Ansonia conn., burned yesterday morning. Fifty guests in the hotel escaped Aud Only two were injured. Isms 112,000. Lyman Cotton Milt in North Providence conn., Yeti by ii c. White and run by e. A , burned yesterday morning los f7�. Aio. Fifty operatives Are thrown out work. Kept the balt Morean away to that they woul better Gram acquaintance and not make an thl Gal Balti Morganb May produce. Try thus leave the Thor All Tho Harvest enterprising a St which the visit the two three to the slate oratorical contest lakes place tomorrow night and already the embryo presidents and congressmen Are putting in an appear am a. It 1# a contest by All the colleges the state and the american Eagle is expected to by High. The College fraternities As usual take advantage the occasion to hold reunions and the Beta theto i and Phi delt theto will both be in session and both eat drink Aud be merry at banquet. The cd a i. St. A a c. Passenger train arriving in this City from Cincinnati at 11 . Today ran Over and killed a woman at the crossing at Morris eighteen mile a flow Greensburg. Conductor Stowell was Riding at the time in the engine with Engineer Watson and each saw the woman turn and took at the to poaching truly when the whistle blew. When within a Rod the train the Short danger whistles were blown but for some reason she paid no attention but stepped in front the engine. It was too late to Stop and the body was badly mangled. She was supposed to be a mrs. Schultz living near the scene her death. There is some comment l Gen eral Gresham a democratic simplicity in Rufus ing the private car tendered him for his Jour i. A a a the Lex Norton stallion show. Lexis ton ky., april 10.�?at the stallion show yesterday there was a larger crowd present than any previous occasion and the exhibit up to the average and some think Superior to Auy past show. At Tracy a Bilson a were King Rene Triton Hambrink Beverly Joe Downing Kentucky Prince Arnold Voltaire Indianapolis Ana the King. At r. 8. Cluke s stable Imp. Brond Aii Abd Albrino Forrest Aie Neoe Laeo Black Prince Trojan jr., Der a a. English is lying at the Point death Rob ably. Her life a despaired. A a Granger Mambruno consternation and Maui Bill at w. W. Adams stable were Kentucky Prince jr., Cleveland boy Mark Diamond King Eagle red Caliph Cushman. Maecy s hambletonian Bay Norman Blackford and Homer. P. C. Kiddos combination Sale begins today and Woodard amp bras afield sell �77 Bead Fine Trotters april 24. Les toe Tho Wabash. St. Louia. April 10.�?the Iron Mountain stockholders held a meeting today at which they unanimously ratified the Wabash directors action author izing the lease the Wabash by the Iron Mountain. The Wabash stockholders also met Aud ratified their action. Not a murderer but a Crank. Pm nigh april 10.�?Henry Venefy the self confessed murderer lord , Waro Leas from custody this morning Haring been identified at a harmless Ennik living in one the outer Ward the City. To prob Loaa uniform Elmo. It. It Vii april largest atom Dan Ever Katrinn at the time Monte Nylon to held at the Odell tomorrow Toast id t d. The a i tent in Cambrai a re a Quot a i a a a a i Al the a hated settee. End it Llama Milf the suicide an Ashtabula o., lawyer. Aih tabla o., april 10.�?judge Loe. A leading member the county bar committs suicide last night by taking laudanum. He it heavily late financial venture Auu i ill Luck unbalanced Hla mind. To be lighted with electricity. Spa a mo., april 10-�?at a meeting the City Council last night a charter a granted to the Brush electric Light company to Ramlah the Light in this Day. Ney to Washington and satisfying himself with a seat in the regular car. It is surmised from this that he paid his fare and did no to travel a pass. Much complaint is made sunday Lawles nes with c pen saloons As Headquarters in a Southern Section the City. It is a custom which our City police have piously let alone. The new meter Folitau police Are expected to cause saloons to obey the Law sunday As Well As dry goods stores a pipe Organ builder this City will furnish a in Organ for Mayflower co Grega t Iona i Church and in Plymouth congregational Church will soon Beleiu the erection a new 917,000 House worship. Mrs. Will e. English wife the democratic candidate for congressman in this District at the last election and son Tho Hon. William once this she has it Cea morning but later she rallied a great sufferer for a Long time. The m Relief committee Here gave Jefferson Villef additional la Cash. There Are still about �2,003 hand. A suit now pending in the Superior court inns Down the original docket As no. 53. But by Quot the jaws delay a now stands no. 30,000. The notorious John Kistler has appealed Bis damage suit against John c. New Ana others to the supreme court pleadings. Our wheat growers Are examining their Fields and the Outlook is anything but promising though Many them think some warm april showers will put a better face affairs. Suicide a Boston broker. Boston mass., april 10.�?rufus a. Wills prominent broker a lived with Hla wife ton aged Twenty and a pretty daughter aged Nineteen in a handsome Flat in the hotel Bra Tol the Back Bay. He was in the habit sleeping in a separate room from his family and waa usually called by i daughter in the ing before 8 clock to come Down to breakfast this morning when she entered Iver father i room she found him lying his bed in a Pool blood. Or. We lit lying his bed with i night garments his head resting his left hand withe his right contained a revolver with Oue barrel discharged. The bed was saturated with Gore and the indications were that the fatal shot had been fired fully two three hours before . We ill was found. There i not sufficient canse to account for the suicide although . Wills has had some business troubles late. He a a genial Happy Dis Post Tiu. However and he mends think there must have been some other unknown trouble. Marina mews. Krar you april 10, european a teamed main a Kamau and eth Opla. Glasgow april 10.�?arrived�?state Nevada from new York. Off ill the direction the hotel which flashed into flames half an hour later. Vul Effort will lie made to disprove the plate meet that so Heller waa in bed when the fire broke out. By testimony to the fact that . Scheller search ii for her husband during the Progress the Motif ingestion and expressed fears for his safety saying that he had not been at Homo at All during the entire night. It is hinted that some new and quite sensational testimony will be Intro it deed by the prosecution text Mouy calculated to prove beyond any question that Scheller a in the Saloon Only a very few minutes Lief re uie fire . Rather that some one was in the Saloon at the time indicated and that that some one must have seen Scheller As he always Carr Leil a key that a would unlock the Saloon door. The attorney for the defense Aenied to have Oil tend no particular course to be punted during the trial. They have a few witnesses their own to be Naca mainly in rebuttal but will rely upon a failure Gic prosecution to directly connect 8cheller with the incendiary so for an Ami ital. They know a Little about the nature the testimony to he introduced As the general Public and Are fully As much at Cha As the rest the Community. The markets. Loss by file. I theft tales higher Spee native pro Islora prices advanced a Railroad stocks. Chicago ii a april 10.�?the markets change were Strong Active and higher. Wheat was Dull and lower i Liverpool and the weather favourable but the general tone the crop dispatches was rather discouraging. There was also a fair speculative by aug. The Short also seemed to Realise that they had a old More than they were disposed to stand and under an Active bidding from the various classes buyers prices advanced j�27, and Trade was Eloa lug at 1 . Under the highest prices the moral do session. Receipt Corn were Large and Over 70 percent it graded no. 2, but there was a Large demand to cover shorts Strong operators also bought freely supposed to be account prices advanced and were Active hut unsettled closing at 1 M. At nearly the High Cit prices. The receipts Oats were not so Large the speculative demand better and prices advanced per bush., and trading Quot a fairly Active i it uumi., Nini Jinni Timu a Miniri closing at under the highest prices. The continued Small receipts hogs had the effect to Chi inflate prices for prove Slot and the speculative Artl Clea were higher. Mess pork was Active under a Good do mail to cover Short. Ont Witting a chicagoan. New York. April 10.�?twelve Days ago one Chicago a prominent dry goods merchants offered to a new York House a bargain in gloves which be was going to Purchase in France saying that he we Ould leave the next Day the Steamer Labrador to iii sport the goods in Paris Aud conclude the Purchase. The new yorker thought this a Good bargain but concluded to Purchase the gloves direct As he had Oscer aimed that the Steamer Fulda would sail to Southampton tie same Day As the Labrador and it being a fast Steamer he thought to could outwit Chicago. A to Educ Day. March 28, he went to the and bade his Chicago Friend Bon voyage. Then hurrying to Hoboken he Nlle it i the Fulda. Of thursday. April 5, he arrived at Southampton. The same evening be reached Ixia Don and spent Friday in that City. Arriving saturday morning la Paris he comic tided the Purchase. Toni a his friends learn by a Paris dispatch that lie received Bis Chicago Friend in Paris Aud sold him the goods at a fair profit. A new democratic ticket. Washington april 10.�?an evening paper publishes an interview with a prominent Indi Anian who says cx-8enator Mcdonald Indiana and William a. Wallace Penney Iran a is one the strongest team that ran be run at the head the Dino cry tic ticket in 18s4, and gives these As his reasons a Xuc cause the Busi nes men and business interests generally would have no fears their doing anything to disturb the Prosperity the country. The Man who represents the great corporations the country would not be afraid them. I know that . Vanderbilt would support that ticket in fact be would prefer Wallace at the head the ticket because he and Wallace Are warm personal friends but he would support the ticket with Joe Mcd Oriald at the head i there a also some Benj ing to hold tor a upward turn in Price and value appreciated 20 25c i it bri., but the Advance was not fully supported and the Market closed at 1 . At about 5c under the highest Price the session. Lard was firm Ai lanced lfi<r�l2>�c, and a fair volume a pectin Active trading was done closing at nearly the highest prices. Short rib sides were firm and 15@il7c her Ioc pounds higher the demand Good and offerings Smail closing steady at nearly the highest prices. The demand for Export Cut Waag Iod the offerings Light and Purtee steady and firm buyers being unable to fill orders for certain Cut. The Market for flour was quiet and slow. The markets closed the afternoon Call Board As follows no. 2 wheat to 00 a it a april to May. Ii 07 june. Ii 0714 Only a year Corn 4ic april 54c May 55>4c june 56 a nor. Oats 48c May 420 june 41c Only. Rye Mav fio>4c june. Mess pork Fly May. Ilk 27 june. 118 524 july. 18 75 August a a m 116 55 year. Land May. 11.45c june 11.50c Only 11.47>te August 11.45c september. Short ribs a 95 May $10 02 june Flo 20 july Chicago Repi Talican ballot Box fixers. I Chicago april 10, were sworn out today Agni not Daniel Kilroy Michael Garvey and Michael Mckee Nan. Judges the twelfth District the fifth Ward in recent ele Eliou for negligence and fraud in allowing us author sized person to count and handle the ballot. Garvey was held in j5o0 Bonds Ana the officers Are looking for the others. Or. Dunn one the judges in the fourth Ward a also charge Cut with the most barefaced destruction returns and the substitution new sheets bearing the forged names two other judges. The scandal will occupy the attention court for some Flo 27j4 August 110 45 september. Gnu let receipts. 22.000 Market firm and the demand Good some sales show an Advance 5c per 100 1b. Choice to fancy heavy steers. 16 85 <$7 extra do 16 40 75 Good shipping steers 13 75<6 15 fair to Choice native feeding a Teers 6 �5 40 a fair medium steers �?�4 75 40. Hogs a receipts 6,000 ship ments 2,940 Market quiet and steady at about 5c decline some grades. Fair to Choice smooth Light. 17 20 �7 70 for Bacon Grade 7 20 @7 60 for fair to Boice mixed weights heavy the dynamite scare. Why passed tie explosive Bill was uti easiness in Canada. London april 10.�?the times today says there bringing up fresh horrors in the Tewkesbury almshouse Boston april 10.�?governor Butler was Presh ent at the Tewkesbury almshouse investigation today. Joseph a Chase the stifled that he had worked for miss Manning and with her knowledge had taken bodies to the Harvard medical school by order the marshes. Lehe governor then introduced the Sermon by a . Sanborn a minister Lawrence in which it was stated that Spaulding waa one the trustees the almshouse had boasted that while no emolument waa attached to the trusteeship. He could Maffi it . The governor intimate that this waa done by turning Over contracts to outside Parlers with whom spat Diug divided if is. The governor then Eron a livery advised Herto Serepta Sttratton a a waiter girl in a Saloon kept b mrs. Aljier in Butte City Montana that leg worm would be 15 a week that the Eoula double this amount providing the was obliging to the men and that four girls were going out in Cydnee a mrs. 8chult�r to whom she a Intro need. The girl consented to go and packing her clothing Worth 1300, she warded them and the next by enter ii a trally. Mrs. Sennis and they it Toner girls in Jersey when to redhed Trenton Quot mrs. A Fekos to with City. Informed her that the pianos to Ohleh she going was a Terr Nice Ulsee. And intimated to her toat she would have the enter a life shame. The glib left the train Pean Ilesa. She wandered about id her fare Beek r. Held lobe had gone and Trenton a null a gentleman a to this i. Held lobe had t a afraid they were lost As she applied to mrs. I owe who said she must be a fool to they were lost As she i ,.,, who said she mut flu pet to make 130 a week by any Boneta they arrest mrs. Lowe and Telegram atones Meade. A telegraphed to Montana. Bertha was one the champions a a recent a homely girl How in the bowery. News notes. Then for prisoners escaped from the Al Worth Texas jail but Twenty were recapture do at n. Y., Babcock a wat Roeer manufacturers Wool and Straw hats have to signed. Liabilities not known. Studies Are resumed in the Iowa state Agni ool Tural College Ait Dei Molne recently interrupted by the Scarlet fever epidemic. At Vicksburg. Miss. George Smith who killed Jyoung coloured Prucher med Albert boy waa shot and Itulid while trying to a so a my Lyman Potter i rho a Wager was attempt ing to Roll a wheelbarrow from new York to new Orleans was killed Railroad near Salisbury n. A a a yesterday morning. He walked from alums n. To san Franeis Cix a practical reason Lor the haste in which the Bill in regard to the explosives was passed the profits. The governor then Krofta printed to the character Sani Orn which. Was through parliament yesterday and explains by that. Stating that some members the dynamite Ariy Are believed to be by earners now Coin no from America. A Royal message giving a sent to the Bill was read in parliament this afternoon. Darbun police have just come into Possa-v8ion information that a Man has arrived in Dublin who is supposed to be an emissary the Dan White party and whose Mission is �o16 destruction property. All the hotels Are being watched with the Hope a re Ting him. Tote Coldstream guard have been laced in the building adjacent the Green Street Bur Thonise where the trials the i Henix Park assassins Are to take place. �ott.4wa, april 10.�?notwithstanding the positive Assurance Sherwood the Dominion police that the reported explosion in Eastern by cd a a canard. Detective Hodgins and four Toronto policemen who had been brought Here today inspected tiie underground a sri go the parliament buildings. 0 has and have been granted permit to enter not Only that building but Rideau Hall at All hours Day and night. Although the fact is not generally known considerable Une sinew is manifested among the members. The night watch Fiir Niahal by the Dominion police Baa been doubled and every per aution a been taken to prevent the pop Ai Busty evil disposed persons creating trouble. Detective Hodgins had an interview with colonel Dewinton la reference to some suspicious circumstances which took place at Rideau Hall recently. It is said the return Princess Louise will be delayed thi account. After some discus Sion was admitted. John h. said that since his first testimony to had gone to Tewkesbury with a detective and unearthed a coffin supposed to co to can the body Joseph a Lark. The body had previously been sold and the coffin a bin was empty brought to to ton. There were other coffin in the same to noltion. Two poor women had offered Money to witness to put up a Stab Over their i Nutter s he Refu de but Marsh said he ought to in pc taken it the body was afterwards sent away in another Case a casket supplied by some indies to put a body into had been kept Aud sold i Gay March a wooden Case taking its place. Or. Agnes Calder was called and testified to the death the Babie who All had the same so Metora. He by also a Tutti that the women in the Hospital were badly treated and showed Black Aud Blue Mark upon their but Kyles and said they bad been kicked. She never told the trustees this As it would have done no Good. They would have said a it was All George inn a state police officer testified that he went to the Alshon a burying Gro mid at the dare it qom the governor and ionized a grave Over which a a Crois erected bearing the inscription a Joseph Parks Uiel i october Al it 1879.�?� the grave contained an empty coffin. He took the coffin out and brought it to the state House. At thi Point the governor stated that the coffin was in its room. The chairman the committee then declared the he hearing adjourned until tomorrow morning. No nomination at at Aota. A Tanta. April 10.�?the democrate Xoai Tion assembled Here at noon today and pen gently organised with the Hon. Charles f. Crisp. Rodgres Nna elect As Eha Inamasu the following person were put in Noomis ton James a. Boynton a. O. Bacon. H. N. Mcdaniel. Philip co a and to Simmon. Five ballots were taken the fifth rent ing a follow Boynton. 143 Bacon 1� me Dan Iel 31 Cook 13 Simmons 8 Neoe Sairy to s Choice 176. The Cun Ven Tion adjourned. Recovering from Hydro Holmu Atlanta tei., april 10.�?oliver goods seb the Young Man bitten by a mad dog lately Ana who was declared by the sector to Nave hydrophobia is almost Well. He had had no Speen during the it week and i appetite 1# Good. At present All symptom Point to his Complete recon do. The physicians Here Aabert that there is no doubt but that his was a genuine Case a i hydrophobia. Una own Boj Luad. , o., april 10.-an unknown boy about old was killed by the can last night at Berea while endeavouring to steal a ride a freight train. He had a photo Gnudi himself in i pocket but nothing told Mug him indicate in residence. Four people drowned. San Fra Jicie april 10.�?lighthouse Henry w. Colburn and Bernard a a Hiey a Point new year Tian Mateo county and to ova Milors to the were drowned sunday. Lynched in Georgia. Quot Atlanta april 10.�?sam Tewis looted Dercar Dink Weems coloured a taken free jail lest night by a seventy five Hlawka and six White and banged. He confessed. A fatal powder expo Aida. Borrok up Rel 10.�?one building the Ai a new specific for Ireland. London. April 10.�?mr. John Connor Power member for Mayo moved a Resolution in the House common tonight the subject remedies for the distr a in Ireland. The scheme propose the expenditure �5,000.000 for promoting migration Home colonization. The sum is to be advanced by the Treasury Aud the charge for repayment i to fall primarily the land settled under the scheme and then by Way recur Ltd a re Ablo properly in Ireland in bulb it a Way that the Treasury shall lose nothing provision a also made in the Resolution for optional emigration. The motion a rejected _ licit Del no Yum confess. London april 10, dispatch from Dublin Anno Itcea that it i understood there that one the men who actually participated in the murder Frederick Cavendish and . Burke has decliners to be defended the trial and declares it his intention to plead guilty a be feels that there is no Hope is carding Conold Tion. The Man s name is withheld. It 1# Sain that Bis statement regarding i participation in the crime will be made in the Dock where he had previously stood to answer a murderous lense. The Man referred to by the sender the dispatch is obvious a y Patrici Delaney. One Han killed and several inn red at Rochester n. Rochester nyx a april 10.�?j. F. Carters building state Street flu in today killing Matthew Peard a Carpenter Aud injuring a number other person. The loss is �25,000. The cause the caving in was the freezing the mortar in a Wall built during the Winter. The builder and owner a f. Carter. Was the roof the building at the time the Accident Aud Slid to the ground comparatively uninjured. Oue Man to shot out by a Plank which struck him Between the shoulders. The building had been condemned by the fire marshal. Much indignation la Felt toward the builder and Owuor tie Irish trials postponed. Dublin. April 10.�?the trial Joe a adv indicted yesterday for the murder lot Fred Erick Cavendish Aud Burke which was to have been begun to Day has been postponed until tomorrow. Owing to . Webb Adams who was assigned by judge Brien to act As counsel for Brady declining to conduct the defense the prisoner. Adams gave As a reason that he is not prepared. The courthouse 1# strongly guarded again to it May. Twenty four arrests were made today at Bros Neal near Limerick All the prisoner being charged with conspiracy to murder. In chert s visit to Berlin. Paris april-10.�?the rep oblique frn Calse says negotiations Are pending Between Italy and a to the tie Many with regard to the proposed visit King Humbert to Berlin which it is suggested shall be made at an Early Day. The same paper Gay Bismarck strongly urge that the visit be made. A bavarian tragedy Berle a april 10.�?accoant# a dreadful Domestic tragedy have been received from Cham Bavaria. A rope maker killed his wife Mother in Law and two son Aud then poisoned him Eil and Light and s7 65 for Choice to fancy heavy i joke freight advanced again today by time and leading democrats Are determined to bring the erring Republican ballot Box manipulators to Justice. Acid Are Firth at 4c for Corn and 4>c a wheat cargo to Buffalo and 407e to Kingston. To acre Are bushels More Grain in Chicago now than at the corresponding Date last year which will require 160 More vessel cargoes to move it. An Advance in Batocki. New York april 10.�?there was a general Advance prices for dividend paying Stock today. The Market opened i to % per cent lower than it closer yesterday and prices in the opening hour were not so Well maintained a the Market a alternately heavy and firm. The net result the business during this part the Day was a do clinic >8 to per cent. In the afternoon the Market became stronger and there in an Advance per cent the entire list. St. I aul. Louisville amp Nashville and Delaware. Ii Kawanna a Western advancing most. There was a much stronger tone to the Market than a been apparent for several months. Many regular commission he us by they Are orders from capitalist to inv dividend Pang Stock the evidence which is shown in the general Advance that Cla i stocks. During the last hour there was a blight decline to per cent., but the Market closed Strong and % to 1% per cent. Flonda a Austria. Vienna. April 10. Large Section Connorr in the Southern part Russia is covered with water owing to the flood in the Rivers. Traffic the railways u suspended temporarily. Italy s new troops. Rome april 10.�?the King has signed a decre it ordering the formation As quickly a a fusible. Of seventy two new companies territorial Aud Alpine troops. Socialist arrest la Vienna. Vienna april 10.�?two socialist were rested Here today. One it her a newspaper. them is the pub the Cuendet jewelry. The Star route trial. Washington april 10.�?the defense will probably get All their testimony in in the mar route trial next week. A week two will then be consumed by evidence in rebuttal so that the argument will be begun it is now believed by May 1, Anda verdict reached during the latter part that month. Miner who occupied the stand today kept up a vigorous argument with Merrick who Cross examined him Aud denied at every possible Opportunity re Dell a stories and the charges conspiracy fraud. Col. Bliss government counsel in the Star route cose says the a port i not True that Merrick and Ker will withdraw from the present trial before it 1# completed. The bothersome Tariff Law. Washington april 10.�?it begins to look a though an interpreter is needed to handle each and every Section the new Tariff Law. Doubt exists to what a meant by most All the terms used relating to time place Quality Rhth Laws Shaw which Laws Quantity and the dates upon take effect. The several departments Are being called upon with painful frequency to Render decision upon every conceivable problem. In passing a Tariff Law Congress should have adopted a key for it made diagrams for each Section. A Send millionaires Money. San Francisco april 10.�?there 1# a pro Babil Iytol a Lively contest Over the estate Thomas Blythe the millionaire who died suddenly last week after taking a Bath. Blythe a an englishman who came into possess Lou valuable property Market Sheet years ago How she headed Mem off. New York april 10.�?Kate Corcoran who 1# Well known to the police the eighteenth precinct for her Drunken and disorderly conduct a arrested again lost night. This morning a be prepared lie self for her journey to the court by Tyrl Piug herself Stark naked and dancing about lit her cell Aud a there waa no one who wished to act a her easing maid the had to be left in the cell. She waa sent to the Island for four Mouths. Higher than yesterday the most Active stocks Klioze that advanced the most being Sljuka Wanna Union Pacific Jersey Central St Paul Western Union Louisville a it Nashville Central Pacific All which advanced from to a Over last night business men from All part the West say Wall Street 1# the Only place in the whole country where business a been Dull during the past few weeks. During the last hour Money was 7, 8, and 6 per cent. Novel breach Promise Salt. Chicago 111., april 10.�?suit a commenced today in the Clerc it court by mis Fannie aus yen coloured against Robert Little a Good looking englishman for breach Promise and the Case attract great attention. Her declaration avers that Robert courted her Many month and she was finally won by i fervent protestations love Aud an engagement ring. However the Day before july 5. 1880, the Lime aet for the wed Ling he weakened and has since refused to marry her. He also seduced her under Promise manage. He acknowledges the engagement but has since ascertained from Liberty pa., where Fannie spent her youth that Stopiro Are afloat affecting her reputation. The plaintiff claims damages Case will be stubbornly fought. Aud the the dynamite scare strikes new York. New Yob april 10.�?great excite meet to caused in the City and particularly Wall Street today when it was reported that an infernal machine had been sent to mus Nellie Gould a daughter Jay Gould. The machine exploded in the Post office. It a a pasteboard Box two inches Square and one Inch deep tied with a Stout Cord and sealed with Black sealing Wax. It a Addor cd in a disguised hand each letter being printed with it la seized by United states marshal Coste at St. I.gtais�?District attorney Blias explains Tho Compromise St. Louis april 10, states marshal Coste today seized the Cuendet jewelry in the hands the customs was the subject the a clarifying official report District attorney Bliss and collector the port Whitney published yesterday. The property Wili be sold under the proceeding forfeiture for nonpayment duty. District attorney Bliss said referring to the official letter condemns Tion Quot it a scarcely Worth while to say government office Ftp anything in a Case where a government office Ftp under Tytke to make a ept urge without sticking to the fact. 1 shall be at the department in Washington d. A. Shortly and then i propose to have the matter Mode thoroughly Clear. The Compromise and payment Money the special the Treasury Keefe and Douglass themselves w us Cuendet. I had no knowledge the Compromise until the Money was in the hands the Treasury department. Thi matter having been Arratt ged by the special agents. I thought it Best to recommend the Compromise but i took occasion to say at the time Liat such matters could not be disposed in that Way again. As to the compounding a be inv. It i simply nonsense Becton 8469. Re Vised statutes expressly provides that the solicitor and the Secretary the Treasury and the District attorney May Cor Promise such claims the United states it is a discretionary mat ter with those . Whitney said a i have no Power in such Motters and am at a loss to understand How my name should be mentioned in connection with this business. have simply to refer All propositions to Compromise direct to the department at Washington and have no voice at All. My duties Are those a custodian singly. This Cuendet matter a arranged by the t special Peel Lar Case stricken con Aelease St. Louis mo., april 10. very Peculiar Case stricken conscience a developed at the Wabash freight contracting office yesterday. Catholic priest walked into the office and handed . Hudson to 50 in currency stating that it belonged i the Wabash railway and started away without offering to give any further explanation. The agent stated that he could not receive the Money without knowing what for it was Only by repeated questioning that he Learned that one the pried to a parishioners bad Given him the ii 50 to return to the Wabash company for some Dif honest transaction. No further explanation could be elicited from the priest not even he name and he finally left the office with the to 50 a la lying the desk. A building Falls. Icon powder company at Acton mass., exploded this Forenoon killing two men. The Loaa the property is not Chavir. Snowing in the Northwest. St. Paul Torii 10. severe Snow Sturas la prevailing throughout the state tonight Aad much suffering will result. Amusements. The South we tem Cotton Trade. St. Louis april 10.�?advice# from the cattle raising Section Tho indicate unusual activity in pc paring for the Market. Some 13,000 head Are for shipment drive in Arkansas and that state 1# expected Toff Nash 25,000 head. These Cut Filc arc in Fine condition and wiil be taken to tiny Indian territory Texas where they will form a part the season s drive. Buyer have already gathered several thousand in Northern Louisiana which will be sent to Texas to be placed the Trail. In the Texas Pste a an die and other Section that slate stockmen Are looking for the very in St. Aud grass is Stait ing nicely. Cattle Are in splendid order and prices High. Indian territory a expected to be he great cattle Market tails Teahon. It i Estira Atod that not left than 200.000 head will be congregated in the Cheju ii nation alone whence they will be do trite used to various Northern and Eastern to Nike prices through out the whole cattle Region Are High yearlings ranging from 12 to Jln and older ones in proportion. Lea a a Saunill. Apparently the Cincinnati Public la to Norwat the fact that one the greatest emote Oral ii tresses the see is playing at the groo4 opera House. Either that what la Awro probable the Advent the Drain asks fee Olval where be. Rbee will be seen Trevean a Yubing like an attendance Commena Huaie with the Merit the act Rcw. played Camille last night. There have Heen what Are called More a a powerful Camillea we has never seen one More completed More Satis ing in its rehearsal the pathetic term Biol Ono yet Ideal Story that sad life. The Story Camille is a poem. Nurtured to regard life what the world Colls infamy a Mere matter fact a a Meaos a luxurious existence lacking. It is True. In All that Afi Brda a higher motive to life but full . Jose . Superficial buoyancy Whick Subat Itasca a tev Erlah Brilliant pm Rome a Mere existence the woman at a pure a Lou she loves and life becomes reality in her dream happen eat she loves intensely a Only such comm can love Aud with an which Only such women Ean feel. Yet the fact her former life re Aoatoa the purity Herp Aastra la not to be considered against the career shame which a been her Fate she is Mode the in Derstad this horrible fact through the re Princeton Al nmn. Net York april 10.�?the Princeton alumni new York and Vicinity held their first annual dinner thi evening at Delmonico. There were 150 members present including Many who Are Well known All Over the country. In the course his acid refs president 5lecosh said that �20.000 was needed by the College for the founding a chair philosophy. At present there Are Only two prote wors to cover the whole Field philosophy and it is desired to Divide the work. Killed by mexican bandits. Matador mix., april 10.�?yesterday, Between Al Colorado and Ventanilla the bodies three murdered men were found. One these was a mexican Ami the other two americans. They had been killed and robbed by eight Bandit. At the Fresu Iuo ranch in the same jurisdiction. Lorenza Guzman was assaulted by the same band and killed. A lockout Coal operatives. Cleveland o., april 10.�?ttie Coal opera Toni the Mast lion District held a meeting Here this afternoon. No conc Lucions were reached a to a settlement the trouble with the miners but it is a forgone conclusion that the operator will decide a general lockout. In this event 5.000 6,quo miners will go out. Serious trouble is anticipated. Poisoned by wild parsn1p< Monticello la april 10.�?John, Lena and Thoma Hilt children Charlea Hilt a Fanner living four Railee from this place have been pois nne Ltd by eating wild raw it Anuil roots. John died shortly after eating the Root the other two lie in a pc cations condition. Their Ages Are twelve fourteen and six respectively. Death a Famosa War Horae. Trenton n. J., april 10.�?�?oellaworth,�?� the old War horse belonging to general Runyon new Jersey died yesterday aged Twenty seven year. John Robertson the co loved Groom has donned mourning for thirty Days in consequence. The insolvent anon Atiliana. Lawrence m.As., april 10.�?this Forenoon sheriff Briggs act Russ a messenger the court insolvency Tofik formal Possession All property Orneil by the augustinian Boc lety also the books the banking institution. Rev. D. D. Reagan a authorized As custodian the property until the assignees Are appointed. Or. Marsoli Atli shearing postponed pets Bosch a april 10.�?the bearing . Marshall a charge attempt aug Loblack mail Mary Anderson was iry Anderson was poet Pond today until the 19lh inst. This was done in order to have resent with All the paper . Hamilton Golf ten in the affair. The 1 they have a very Strong Case. In the affair. The United states officer think the Utah commission. Balt Akk april 10.�?the Utah com Ralason will be Here this week preparatory to a meeting next monday. A special assessment ten cents per head has been levied every mormon Mao woman and child to judge Black for his services. The Maui key i now being paid in. It will yield 15, jc0. Roache a than whom she reveres her Loveria Ather. But even yet with All the peat behind her and with nothing before Hec but the recollect Lou the she has no resort but to Chuca to it such waa the beginning unhappily she sees no other end. Giving up her idol she return to profanity. Then her fatal Liln Eoa Comee and she lives Only in the Hope again seeing her Lover. In that illness All timon get the former self disappears the Only rust Eining fast is the thought 01 the Lover s return the Post be forgotten and from it there remains Only its purity the religion her love. Armand Ritorna and saus fied she Dies. How ranch Beauty there is in such a death i it a the regeneration a forgotten soul. We have teen the purely sensuous Camille Orris the rented action Modjeska and the character a ill a claim and ideas ipad to Noel by Bernhardt in which portrayal the details such a woman a life Are shows rated by minute Del with an artistic faithful be that la almost repulsive. Them remains the Camille Rhea. It la the Moat Beautiful the Moat tender All. Evidently the Artia he one idea in View that idea is that Camille in her love a retrieved the pet. In the French version the play though not in the Rigi Ian there occurs this line a a Sapro stir rend a we cd cutest Perdue. This line Galvea the key Feltel he re Emem Noth to be. Rhea Sac us. At she a girlish Ray satisfied with Mode living Octaaf Onaley Gretting its a Anstine. Then Annand to and Mokee her now that there a something better in the world than diamonds and Torsee. She has never dreamed such a thing before nothing has happened to suggest to ner Thoi there in a Heber sphere which she a capable. Her life Hoa been m realistic the Dismonda Given by her admirer have been received so much in in things lion there is no harm in receiving that she does not understand the reason for Armand a refusal to Money. To live with her another Raone her love for him she Novra la unrestricted and in giving him that love she do not see that anything More a need Alary. Here to been a life where Alie has been taught to Hod Lieve that Money waa a trifle that had no real value. Except so far As it we a convenience. H la the Happy unthinking philosophy a child Faria. It has been be jetted that mile. Rhea s Candle i too inoffensive. Thia is not True she Telia the Story and it la Complete. All else a gone out her life except the abiding love and it Musk be Rome Mccrea that Camille was Nevera Hoyden never unrefined. Her instil cd Ore Good and the Acari Floc she makes fur her Lover s welfare and for i Sisters happiness show that she is in her love it waa almost Impo edible to realize that the woman who had played Adrienne monday a a e Camille last evening. There was through All a vein tend roses subdued evening was the was through emotion that a most effective. The wild beat i Ings the heart were tragically portrayed in the scenes where the emotions were wakened into \ a More exalted state. When Armaudu a Leuer waa rec civil telling her be we going to leave Faria every action look and intonation the voice were full the passion a woman who Hae Dlugo Verthel but Fine has made a damning min take. Bhe had allowed this love to grow upon her. And thinking it another Day dream dispelled the Dearest them Oil her despair would Lead Hurto any length self Abaro ment. The return Armand and the Monse truent exaltation Camille and her Determen Alioa to Sac Loee All Ebe for him were beautifully portrayed. The last act a a Beautiful culmination to so sad a life. The death Camille to like the lading Echo a Atrall music Aud so softly a sweetly did she fade away that there we scarcely a regret that like had closed. The death was realistic hut All who saw it Felt the Relief it most Bave been to the soul that had been burdened with it. Mile. Rhea was called before the curiae at the Cloee the play. The prudence . Ella w Ren a a Clever piece acting which caused much laughter is the audience. The round . Harris detracted much from the proper effect the Plav. Tie acts As though be would do Well a Herow Blank verse but his Duero coat and Bis sent ment Are evidently out place. Mias Linde mkt made a charming Nanic and . W. I die Gaston. Indicted fur murder. Washington ind april 10.�?james s. Gold the murderer John Bigham has been indicted for murder in the first degree. His trial is set for the 7tb May in the Daviess circuit court. Or. A. W. Bigham who to Cut by Gold the same Day i son a killed is recovering. Not that kind m Bertha. New York. April 10.�?Bertha silk no. 44 East fourth Street called inspector Byrne recently end told him that . Margare Lowe proprietress an office at first Hoar alter Reynier waa an agrees i notes. Or. Owen Ferree Tow Rhea company to a native to City. He takes the part sea Coal in a a Tseh ado about nothing at the dramatic festival. There will be a matinee at Heuck s today. A squatter sovereignty i one the Best play Olite kind and the Large audience Tea tiny to the fact. At the coliseum there were Good audient yesterday afternoon and evening. The a a meteors Are evidently a Orit ii. A a . A b. Bishop has Agoo play in a a Streetly Robinzon a opera Tiff use should filled during the week. Charles Corrie re a Orch Otra Charles carriers Orch Otra which play nigh try at Schuman us to concert Hall to probably the Best the Klmle in Cincinnati it u a Plua aant place in which to spend Hall a a thai Sirr. A iii Fri Smith Al

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