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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 12, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioNumber 132.Cincinnati, thursday. April 12, 1883. Price two cents. The Cigar Trade strike Wpm pack lbs join the makers in asking More wages. Mplo7�ri Wal tins do a a Lopi Neati in to St. A our ukr by to got Tho a no Romov Potkor Bor to realm Tore was nothing Decillo in the Capirma by strike a a ter Dat butt the India sons pointed teen Perl or end a Edt factory of the a us colties Between the manufacturers end the Voi Kitaen. There wee e Laife meeting of the strike re held it workmen Sheil in the Forenoon Nam bring Between Foo end 600 of both Loyet. Reporters were of coarse it the Wolosc every Stag thet could properly to made Public Wes Ftp badly fora shed e news reporter. The following firms were reported is Haring a greed to the Advance in addition to Thone Kiet fore reported Julius Adler fifteen men i Hutera Tebelman fifteen men Herman ill a by it three men f. Otten ten men j. Reis Twenty men Henry Meyer ton men a. Behai is ten men Frank Schwarb Twenty five men j. Al. Warder an eight men a. Wendi five this list does not embrace either of the five or Lang Large manufacturing firms which As a mat i Chr of course Are better prep arts to stand a f strike then the smaller one. It May be repeated Here that they Are compelled to a certain extent to watch the action of the new York Man fac i to Myers. Who arc their strongest Cornei tors and w some extent Reg late the Market Arleo of i Fara in the West and South. E Sauls a purely business matter with them y and not one of Senf menu it appears re Nat it be to anticipate anew by adjustment of the a off Licul sunless some now complications arise which is not improbable in the strike of the Cigar packers Lor an Advani a of fifteen Canu per thou mind. They have joined Belr fellow workmen tote Cigar makers and the two organizations United ask an Advance of to 15 per thousand cigars. The argument of the men is that this jul leave Al s5 on each to Tousand to satisfy purchasers who will be get Tain to Armand a reduction in the Price off goods on account of the partial taking of of the tax. The men claim that they can not wed Amstand Why the reduction of the Revenue tax should not Benefit them k Little is Well As tote manufacturer and uie purchaser. Alten the lax was increased from to to 16 the Xuan fac tvr ers asked and obtained a reduction of it per thong and from the workmen and at the same Tama added to to the Price charged purchr.�et8. One of a die Points made by the is that they want a definite Bill of wages presented to them in which the Pokea now paid will by readjusted As probably All will admit is is Casary. It is understood that such a Hilt will he prepared and a committee has the matter under advisement. There appears to be a widespread i Sarre Henson in regard to the amount of wages Cigar maker Are earning in this City. A Small run facture who was until recent a Workman. Stated to a news reporter last night that a major it of the men really earn under to j a week. There Are exp to tons a few of them As m All mechanical trades where men earn much More but they 4k�not represent the Trade. The Mantac tuners were not inclined to say anything yesterday apparently being Content to a Alt developments. It is understood that there is a Large Stock of cigars on hand in dec innate and that a few weeks of rest would not be a bad thing for anybody. By. Lons april prominent Cigar Manu is Turer informed a reporter this morning that the Cigar makers in St. Louis who belong to the a item atonal Union would Eer tidily demand an inc areas of to per look on All cigars Manu Laet ated a and after by 1. To demand had my Fia hem presented it was morally certain that the a Skand would he duly presented an of before the Date mentioned. Or. F. Vau Terfehr fifth vice president of the Inteman Roaal a Nob and presiding off Ioor fur the St. Louis Dos Triel to firmed this statement. He said there wild be no the very sufficient reason that both the and the men Are of one mind on the subject in considering an in Meane of wages As proper. The rates at present being paid Are from it to 6 18 per thousand acre rating to sine and anal Lyof cigars turned but on the 1st prox. Ibe new stamp Law on Cigar goes into it fact. The stamp duty at present is it per thousand on and after Hay 1 it will a reduced to 3, and Tho manufacturers moot Dong to or. Vonderfehr a statement Are Rilling that the c1 makers shall receive the of the redaction some of them going so As to say that they Are prepared to allow the men the entire amount of the reduce Oil Chi too april striking Bric Layett Are still out the Bra Clayen Union sent out Coral Trees to meet and explain the situation to All strange of miss into town and to put them to work if necessary members of the Union making room for them by quitting work and giving the stranger their places. Be Twenty men have Ceu provided for in this Way preventing the master masons from getting their labor. In some instance the outside parties determine to return to their Bumes and my Are provided with a pass for that Pur pee. Huilder4not members of the masters association Are sending in contrib nations of Money to assist Tham in their a amp Bru. The owners of buil Tnp Are taking the contract out of the onto actors hands and finishing the work them a Al tel a inf per Day. The Var makers Are awaiting the result of Iba new York stake before urging their claim for higher wage. Borne of the larger manufacturers have received word that on May 7 their bands will expect an incr a of one Dollar per thousand. But As a Rule the new York Trade will govern the matter. Mica to Lul april exciting meeting of the painters Union was held this evening too being a recent third new members were added to the Rolls to Welling the aggregate Mem Heia hip to 800. Reports were received from All sections of the City showing the demand of the Union for an Advance from 2 60 to $3 per Day bad Baen complied with by the Bosses and Bat a members of the Union were receiving the 3 rate. This is a decided Tetory for the uni on and my dvrs a general Stelae Angeo Essar. Only two week of Alt asian by the men has brought a bout this result. To next controlling Tho Hammer. Buyers from All Parte of the United states were present from Chicago new York Georgia ill Wolfl South car Olina Missouri Tennessee and new Jersey. The bidding was a Lviv and spirited and the Stock sold readily As follows Almont .mes.-Enger, a Bay stallion by Almont Sentinel Datu by Laungham to j. M. Boruton for Fiso and a team sired by a son of Kimbrough s Abdallah. And Tess cd a blood chief to j. R. Arnold Charleston s. C., for 1710 general Bate a Bay gelding by Henry chief Dura by King Denniard. To g. To. Allan Auburn Y., ft20 a Bay filly by Almont Sentinel dam by Donovall to Phil. Herbel incr Hoboken J., 1420 Belle of the West Brown Mare by Bur nov Monroe dam by a son of Bald chief for 1710, to k. P. Neale m Louisville med., a Chestnut gelding by timon Kenton dam Topsey to h. 9. Duke of Lexington 1515. Tho horses today sold More on individual Merit go Oil Breeding and my be said to have been a Fine Success. Fifty one head sold aggregating tl2,ui6, an average of obituary. Mss Lii be Darr. Conc Bra 0., april 11.�?tvord came today of the death of miss Lillia Darst at Chicago. 8hc had been engrossing clerk of the Senate and proprietress of the Circleville Union. About igbo seeks agn she went to Chicago for medial treatment having been silvering hero for several months. She was a lady of Liun Ary ability but poor health in general proven ted her mgt a continuous . Isaac ii. My Roii. Chi Cacko april 11�?a cablegram received today from Nice announcing tie death of Isam ii. B urea one of the pioneers of Chicago and a prominent in ukr Here for Many years Llis wife was a Niece of Hon. Era Tus Corning of new York and their divorce suit and separation eighteen years since Attra. Cd wide attention. A daughter of the deceased is the wife of m. Ribot a prom Lieut member of the corps legs Latif of France. A St. Louis reporter. He goes into the Lions Den and is fatally clawed. John j. Jenny nov of the Post it i Patch frightfully mangled by one of Cole s sirens Lions. St. Lots april 11, fair grounds was today the scene of an unusually and Peculiar Accident. John j. Jennings a reporter on the Post dispatch was sent by his City editor to write a lengthy notice about the Winter quarters of a. To. Coleus circus which Are at Tho grounds and in the course of an interview with George conk Ling the lion Tamer Teim lugs ventured the assertion that there was no danger attaching to or. Con Kiing a apparently thrilling appearance in the of Tho a aged Lions. In substantiating his assertion he declared Bis May us 30 june $18 4.� july �18 62j4 Angust �16 57year. Jird May 11.40c june. 11.45c july 11.42�?T August 11.4t c september Bhart Rel its p.iic May. 10.05c Jime 10.17c july 10.we August. Cattle receipts 4.400 Market Active and firm holders generally Sketl an Advance of 5 15c. Choice to fancy heavy steers �6 90<g7 10 extra do. �6 50cji6 80 Good shipping steers. W 25 fact 40 fair to Milium steers of 90 g6 80 fair to Choice native feeding steers. A i 90 �t3 55. Whig so receipts 9,000 shipped. 6,259. The Market Wasa tive and prices steady and firm fair to Choice smooth Light �7 20f�f7 70 for Baroti grades �7 207 60 for fair to Choice mixed weights of heavy and Light and 7 658 of Choice to fancy heavy anti Ike patrol Eric Boot. Rritt Smy ugh pa., april ran High today among Tho Oil speculators. The Price of Petroleum advanced almost seven cents and big profits were realized by Many of the Holder. The lobbies of the various exchanges took an Active hand As they always do in a Boom and Tho result was an volume of business about 3,489,000 barrels changing hands in ill Oburgh and Allegheny matters Manhattan. Mysterious disappearance the fenian Iron ram. Of a rapid Damsel Sites an old Man for his i Foney Peter Cooper s Quot will. New York april 11. fenian Iron ram about which there was so much talk last Suai Mer has mysteriously disappear Ltd within the last few Days and nobody knew what had be cd it meow her until today a o. Holland the Man who Bollt and owned her has also disappeared. The ram i is an Iron vessel shaped like a Cigar and Able id in under water at a Speed of about ten Miles an hour. The inventor claims that it can remain under water for forty eight hours. The fact that it can run under water the present officers were continued another year. The present the Omagh time schedule was readopted. It was resolved that the following changes made in Standard time go into effect on May 13 Roada East of and adjacent to Washington shall run by 5lh Meridian or Eastern time. Between these Points and Kansas City they shall run by 90th my Riviau or Central time or one hour slower than Eastern time and we left of Kansas cite by 105th to 126th Meridian or Western time two and three hours slower respectively than Eastern time. A committee was appointed to report on a uniform signal . The conc upon will meet in Chicago october i losses by fire. A grist Mill at Sandwich 111., owned by a a Flullen burned tuesday morning with a loss of �15,000 insured for �7,000. A of the extensive buildings of the Knickerbocker ice company at North Booth Bay. Me., were burned yesterday and 60,000 tons of ice were ruined. The loss will be �100,000. News notes. A Nunno ice til into or i by Hul in a production still declining a hem if n Illi bigness to go into the Den. Proud Long or i it of fumed at of in and advanced to96?, Delosr Conklin made Trio first Entrance. At first the a a a a. Mauor Jim Miner .1 stator . Re umm . The opening one Between the St. Lots and conc Lunatic. It louts april 11. chronicle says Quot As it is conceded on All sides that the St. Louis and Cincinnati teams of this year Are very evenly matched much interest is Felt in their opening contest which takes place at Cincinnati during the finst week in May. Many queries have been made As to who is to Umpire these games and As to whether St. Louis is to have a Square Deal in this direction. In reply to these questions. It May be stated that a h. By Daimon of new York has been selected to perform this onerous to so. He is an old Ball player and As an Umpire he has act lied an end Maple rep Tailon tor honesty and impartiality. As he hairs from the far East his feelings if to has any must be Neutral and will have no bearing on he notes from the National capital. .washi.vttton, april have been no corroboration of the report that Captain How Gate was seen in the City yesterday but several officials stated in newspaper interviews today that they believed he is somewhere about the City. By acc senator Sherman has refused to accept the nomination Lor governor he having concluded he could not be elected�?4he names of sex representative Rice of the Fremont , and Eto Anul to Hultz of the Dayton , Are being talked of for the nomination. Emory Beauchamp of Terre haute you sol of the United states at St. Galle. Switzerland has collected and for Wardell for Tho Relief for the sufferers from the Ohio River i govt 10,350 francs. U. Feemst Erand wife of , r. B. Foster a a. Bean a a Nalan Polis. Are at the Riggs. Albeit act Ellough Cincinnati. Horace Pugh and wife Terre haute ind., Are at the Ebbutt. Major better Worth arrived Here this morning visited the Treasury department today and left the City tonight. M�nr8. Cut Tendon and Maekey As attorneys for Wulliam Lilly have in Terete suit against sex senator Dorsey claiming �10,000 for injuries inflicted in an assault committed on him lost month at Dorsey s residence Here. The preset Dent a party. Of Board the Sta ver Oka Hobek in Kassim my River fla., april 11.�?president Arthur Secretary Chandler and party Are now fishing in Reedy Creek and Lake Paton Lka thirty Miles South of Kissimmee City. They went Down the River in the Steamer last night to Lumel River where the president found fit fishing excellent to caught an enormous Trout and private Secretary Phillips shot an Alligator at Long Range. Secretary Chandler who fell out of a Wagon at Winter Park yesterday and was badly shocked is entirely recovered. Bird shooting is excellent the weather to Clear and Fine and the entire party Are in excellent Spirita. They will probably Coati use Belr sport from one to Throe Days. Postmaster general Gresham. Washington april 11.�?postmaster general Gresham signed the commit serious of several postmasters soon after taking the oath of office today and after his reception went to the Resl Denee of minister Foster whose residence he will Likely occupy after the Foster family leave Here for Spain. It to known that general Gresham had arrangements perfected for retirement from the Bench a fortnight hence. He had grown tired of being judge and had formed a part Nee ship with one of the Best known Law firms in Indianapolis and intended entering upon practice. Gresham to the thirty first postmaster general. Lion Tamer laughed at Tennings proposition but the reporter bantered him to much about it that he at last agreed to let him go into the Cage. Jennings is the same rash Little gentleman who allowed Hermit a the magician to fire him out of a Cannon across Itie auditorium of the grand opera House into a net three years ago. The Cannon trick was done during a performance and the journalist had a very narrow escape from breaking his neck. This afternoon Conkling who has been handling Lions since 1368, and who has two new Lions in the Den made the first Entrance whipped the animals up and alter putting them through their paces came out he told Jennings that there was danger with the two new Lions and tric d to Dis bade him from going in. But the reporter was rashly stubborn about the thing and armed with conk lug a Small Rawn de. Vent boldly into the Den. Conkling stood at the Cage doors and watched the animals closely ready at a moment to run into the newspaper Man 8 asst Otance. The Lions Jay close to the sides of the Cage As Jennings Stikl at the Center and divided their attention Between the reporter and Conkling. They growled fiercely and glared at the intruder but Jennings Shook the Rawhide toward them Ami at last touched a a Andy one of the old Lious on the Rump Whereat he ran across the stage followed by two of Tho others and soon the three animals were jumping about obeying the reporter s word of com Maud to aping Over the and lying Down As cleverly As they could do for Conkling himself. The lion Tamer said Nouying but had his hand la the Cage door watching Jennings and the animals As hey shifted positions. The reporter had been in the Cage probably two minutes when he started to put Quot Geirge a the second of the old hons through the trick of jumping Over his Back while he leaned Forward. He touched the animals forepaws with the whip just As Conkling does and Over the reporters Back went old Oiw of the new ust put into the Cage this Winter. In attempting to follow George knocked Jennings Down. He fell Towall a Corner of the stage m which tie second Neil lion that had refused to take part in the Amateur lion tamers performance had remained lying throughout the whole time. Quot look out Quot shouted Conkling dashing into the Cage and making a dive for the prostrate newspaper Man. He was too late Lowe Var. The Lions claws fell on the top of Jennings head and Tore away almost the entire Scalp. A second stroke Tore the reporters shoulder open and As Conkling dragged him Anivay. The Lions claws were fastened in the Hioe of left foot and Tore the covering off. Conkling Hud the Palm of his right hand opened by one of the animals claws. There was the greatest uproar in the Cage for a few minutes the roaring and Rushing about whle a Conkling thrust Jennings through the Cage door to two assistants and remained behind to be labor the Janinia is into quiet with a Short bar of Iron. A Jennings was taken from tie ground unconscious and the physicians fear Liat he is. Fatally injured. Great indignation prevails among the journalists friends who heard of the Accident and there is talk of having Conkling arrested first for having allowed Jennings to expose himself to such danger and in the Mccoad place for not telling Jennings that the lion that injured him was Bud and is always kept chained in a Corner of the Cage. This latter circumstance is a fact. Conkling himself never ventures within reach of this lion. He is therefore to blame for allow in Jennings to risk to life in the rash manner Chho did. Ingal be la. A Well known frequented of the Ril Oburgh Exchange has made in the a a it at two months. Borne Nice Denis were made by Ali read operators in the rt few Days note by by r. A. Vandegrift who to night 200.0 m Barry is of Oil from Usu to 90o, and closed out Iha by r. W Vandegrift who bought 200.006 % i bulk of the Block on the top of the Market. A a Volant Stock Market new York april 11.�?there was renewed activity and buoyancy in the Stock Market to inlay. The Market opened generally higher All the it to disappear at one place and come up at an-1 Tigre at the five cent reduction ordered by the Mino Oluera. Minne secs and Dakota wore visited by a storm on tues Lay right which almost apart wished the dignity of a blizzard. At ban Antonio tox., Mary Littlejohn a fifteen year old Coloret girl was a a evicted of stealing Money from letters a train on the Flint Ltd Pere a far Nett Road Wos ditched tuesday night by a broken rail and the Engineer and fireman killed. Other two or three Miles Distant without anybody knowing How it had been done. It was originally a Bright red color but last week it was painted a Dull Leaden Gray and soul cd hardly be seen on the water a Short Dot Apoc away. As soon the paint dried both the ram and its Engineer and owner Dis Appe Areil. It was Learned yesterday that she had gone Down to Prince s Bay in the lower Harbor and had been there taken on Board a seagoing three masted Schooner bound for some unknown destination. There Are not a few who say that having Suroce Deti in All expert race to it i from foreign lands. Threatening strike of Dock la. Borers at Marseilles. nihilists on trial it Odessa a new revolt ton in bar tip foreign Notos most Active storks being from % to higher. I she is now to be used against English ves est. Ohio legislature. A no Moor of minor Billa phase do Nomi Natiola by the governor. Cold Nivar april h. Omato today heated the Russell Bill to la cons boarding houses huckster a. As pm aged it fixes the tax on boarding and lodging houses doing a justness of Leas than t3,0qfi a a Cox Flo. Paddlers by Wagon Are assessed q3 those on foot fi5 dance Houe and ballrooms �10 per night. The other is Tares of the Bill Are known. The House Eon corred in some Senate Amend tents reported yesterday and the Bill he Ebesu a toned. Toe i tie now Hall House fro. Milia Kukk april 11. trial of George Schiller was resumed this morning. All of the jurors were present and attorney Clark addressed them in a lengthy speech his remarks occupying several hours. He was Fol Lowed 5/ the defense and after the Case was outlined by the attorneys the using of Testi Mon began. Hie jury is a very intelligent looking body of men. The first witness called was D. Nosb president of the Newhall House company who testified at great length in refer Enoe to the plans and safety of the hotel. Killed by the apaches. Krno euro msx., april 11. A ninety three persons have been killed in the state of Sonora since the outbreak of the apaches of which Twenty seven were americans. It is believed that Many killed have not yet been report ii at Palmo Panch ten Ertons were killed on tuesday. General Crook arrived Here this even ing from in Somas. There will be a Confer Cinco tomorrow ill when generals Crook Carbo Topeka and governor Torres to arrange for joint action against the apaches. In the first half hour there was a reaction cd the Advance was lost but after that the whole Market recovered and at 12 30 the net result of Trio Forenoon a business was an Advance of to 1% Ovit lost night Tho features of the Loren Lott avers Delaware lie Kawanua a Western uni Pacific St. Paul Northern Pacific and Rochester a it Oburgh All of which advanced. In the site Nikon there was at first a decline in Tho general list of % to and i per cent on Denver Blit by 1 of clock the Market Haft remove Reid the decline and advanced above the previous highest prices of the Day for Tho most Active Stock Denver Only recovered % of the decline. The Vanderbilt were a feature in the afternoon Lake Shore and Anada Southern advancing each 1 per cent and new York Central a in the last hour stocks wore not so Strong and prices decl Ineil in to 1 per cent., the latter on ventral Pacific to 784 in the final dealings the Market was timer and there a a recovery of to %. Leaving the general Market irregular As compared to last evening some Stocum being lower and some higher. Northern Pacific was 1 i and 14 higher. Many of tie other act i e stocks were a fraction higher and Feira fraction lower. The rates for Call Loans Ott stocks were 5 and 6 a Ler cent. A reporter saw of Donovan Russa but that worthy Only smiled mysteriously and then closed his Mouth with a Quot Dull Yingjen Louisville. _ i Senate referred to the finance to Minettee tie House Resolution of or. Koons. Pro Vid lug tor a slue die adjournment on the Mth. Messages were received from governor poster Kiln aging Henry a. Luscy of Hamilton Ubety Tobe commissioner of stat Toioi of Istir for two years from april 12. And Samue a. Baxter of Auen county and George w. Jioe set w. Of fair tend county to be trustees of the Dayton insane Asylum for the term of fire Yean from april 15. The Senate toed and Hou a noted to Botn appointments. On motion of senator Dexter the Senate in listed on tiie Amend ment to Tho pet conv let Lah it or Biu and asked for another committee of conference. The Senate then took up the to it Metal order the a Onald ration of tiie Houma but. By or. Tau by Maksim an approx Trattou of �112,000 for the care and repair of the Ohio canals which was passed without . Senator cd Span Intro duped a had author totem the Day of Clev Suud to construct elevated roadways and to Issue Bonds thur eur. The Bill was Road the second time mud referred to the commit teen municipal corporation a. Bouse . The Bouse concurred in the Senate Amend menu to Tho Bosiger Bill. To Bouse adopted acute Resolution author ibo do the state auditor to file for refer Eric e the old notes made by Tho joint com Mission of Ohio and Penn Sylvinis. Relative to fixing the Boundary line Between the Sulca. Was missed. The mate Resolution by or. . A Tubor Tousig Tea exp Hartge of the old col Ion of the for Tho new one was adopted. Or. Greiner s Bill to give a Premium to Alees of roads came up for passage and was the principal business in tbs House was the Dos Salud of or. Scott s House Bill to have each a Marty place upon its ticket next october Tho Aya Quot and Quot not proposition i upon the temper my Dawn Dimente. Or. Brunner opposed the propos Liton a House passed the wll to allow w. O. Tol fort �2,000per Aesir and it per cent commas Sion or the Coli Melon of Ohio Cost Eaxt is Slatington. Or. Brunner to Day on behalf of the demo Postie a Ember of the Bouse presen ted speaker body Swath sri Ivory Gavel. Or. Kuru. On he Kall to Republic a friends presented one to or. Hathaway speaker pro . Sod or. A oops. A a laneral principles handsomely prosecuted 1. Leott the oldest member in the House with a Gold a Naod Cane. Mrs. Gougar gets a verdict. Larryk tax. In no a april 11.�?tbe jury in the gouger Man Dick Skandier suit to tuned a verdict it no3n for the plaintiff War disc �5.000 damages. The Rase has occupied twelve weeks in if Al and has been almost the stole topic of conversation in All circles of tie City. Opinions arc divided a to the Justice of Tho award but what Ever May be the final result mrs. Gouger will feel that her character has been vindicated. A new trial will to promptly demanded on the part of or handler turning the tables on tramps. Lxi Egton ky., april 11.�?twelve tramps captured a freight train at Olympia on the Chesapeake a Ohio Rood and determined to take a free ride to Ibex Langton but the conductor telegraphed ahead and the entire party were arrested at it. Sterling. Several on the tramp were armed with revolvers but they Dii Luot use them. Fatal illness u Paul Matthews. Washington april 11.�?Paul Matthews son of jul Sloe Matthews is at the Point of i huh at Bis Tomc in Unis City. He was at school Ai Concord n h and was taken ill. Alter a severe attack be ral Jod sufficiently to admit of being a Ronghi Home or. Bartholow an eminent physician of Philadelphia has been called and 3c pronounces the disease and his recovery improbable. Failure of a flouring Mill proprietor grand Lodge knights of Honor. Lon Siux kt., april , l. Murphy proprietor of the fifth word flour Mills made an assignment today transferring to a. T. Smith for the Benefit of his creditors the entire assets of his Mill with Bis real estate and All other property except that exempt by Law. Or. Murphy was extensively engaged in the manufacture of your and his Mill is among the largest in the City. The failure is quite a heavy one. The amount of liabilities is about�45,0�0 assets sufficient to Dollar for Dollar. The grand Lilge of knights of Honor elected the following officers Imlay j. B. Ewan Covington grand dictator w. Ii. Yostjr. Green Ville grand vice dictator j. A. De Inaree Louisville grand re for tar Dennis Louisville grand treasurer Rev. A. Hess Columbus grand chaplain William Hall Mayfield grand guide j. 1. Ca Peutor Fisherville grand k g. Boone Paducah grand Sentinel 8. M. Bernard. Ixia Siville grand trustee j. H. Hancock. Louisville grand trustee ii. E. Thompson Paducah grand trustee John t. Milburn. Louisville a. Q. Carruth Louisville and j. Wick la to Ballstown. Supreme representatives. This afternoon the following officers were elected George w. Check Louisville Lewis Garrigus Russellville w. B. Fleming Louisville alternate supreme representative a or. H. Miller of Louisville stole medical examiner. Two divorce suits were filed this Mon Biog in the chancery court. Joseph Allen was the complainant in one. He claims that he married his wife in 1868. In Shelby county but so unhappy have been their relations that for More than five years they have nut lived together. Daniel m Gilman is the other unhappy head of a household. He files his petition against Harriet e. Gilman Bis wife Ana alleges lewd and lascivious conduct upon her part. They were married la , 1. Senator Edmunds of Vermont vice president of the United states passed through the City this morning without stopping lie came up Fri a Atlanta by the l. A n., arriving Here at 7 55 this morning. A special cat was furnished him on the air line and he left for St. Louis without stopping. A dispatch from Atlanta in the morning says that senator Edmunds who there yesterday and was a Spectator of the gubernatorial convention and that he left there in the evening for Florida. The associated press was mistaken As to his destination. The vice president is bound for St. Louis where he will arrive tonight. He is Mccomi it an cd by his invalid daughter and by a Small party of friends. Captain Theodore Trade recently requested to resign the position of special Revenue agent has continue i to Nero pm the duties of his office. It is understood Tea the request fur his resignation has been withdrawn. Thomas 8. Elder who during the past few months has been prominently before the Public because of his connection with the Forwood i Ous piracy to commit a Minier has been arrested upon a warrant charging him with rape. The Oonie Hainaut in the Case is miss Bailie a a Heywood s trial the Lri it of in Silab big i a it. Of Trafto april 11.�?ths Iroquois club bold a this Ovanin am completed Arr sufi a Mats tor the grand Banquot to a Given at to Fulmor Douso on Friday a vening. It will be a cd dish a flair Aad plates will to Laid for 300 donors of Bro will to Presont May dist a futo Hod do moments from All parts of to a Opatry. _ Fialo a Komi Wokf of took. A re to kt., april Send Sale of to Apfei Sorlos took Plooy today a iii tent a�4 Tho soffit trongo Nado by motors. W. L. Crabb $� t. B. Maddox of that Plain Wero la Poyod a i 4� a amp id Oodson tbs Wall known Ano Tho Indiana orator incl contest. Indiana Lii ind., april a la Asher of tie state University who was accused of Polagi was accorded first place in the oratorio contest and Fischer of Hanover a Send. Both Ere member of Tho Llamas i fraternity. The faculty of the state uni vend to have exp filed Asher for vol aug Tho rules. Illinois boo Keo pors. iii., april 11. Bee keepers of Illinois Mot in this City this morning repro front Stivros boing present from different Polziu in the a Tate. Interesting discussions were participated in by a number of Dele Stee. The Assoc Stion is very prosperous and its membership is now about 7m. F of Orioen suicides in Sis weeks. �?T�?Tckica00, april 11.�?benedict sch Suchter committed sni Clde today by jumping into the Lake from the North pier. He left an fro will note for his wife. Temporary insanity Westbe Cudse. This is the fourteenth suicide within six weeks. Bert a Young girl about fourteen years of age and the daughter of a fair incr. Her fat Lierz a farm adjoins that of elder and the girl claims that elder accomplished his crime last july. Her parents knew Thea flair until Ine girl Bei ame Enceinte when she told them her Story. The child was born about ten Dayt ago and the parents of the girl have since then determined upon a prosecution. Elder is now in the county jail awaiting his preliminary Esmi nation which will come off at Middletown before two justices of the peace. He denies tue Tiargo in tot and denounces it a a scheme to blackmail him. Or elder is a married Roan and has several children. Fluctuations in prices. For Iren lating certain alleged obscene literature. Boston,"ma��., april 11.�?ezra h. Ile Wood on trial in the court before judge k son for circulating through Tho malls allege obscene literature to wit a pamphlet Call Cal cupids yokes a and a slip Couto ining the two passages from Walt what Many a Quot leave of grass a which attorney Stevens sped sed As objectionable at the time of his attempt to Stop the Sale of the Book in this City. Anthony Comstock the instigator of the prosecution testified that he received the articles mentioned in response to Decoy letters written by him under the name of j. A. Mattocks. When the slip font awning Whitman s poems was offered by the government the defendant objected on the grounds that it to not Sot Forth in the indictment which stated that the document of such a nature that it Ifould be improper to put it on the record of the court. Judge Nelson read Whitman a poems carefully through and then said that he could Sec nothing in it which would contaminate the record. After considerable discus Aioli in which the defendant read a letter from Ralph Waldo Emerson and extracts from the writings of eminent clergymen Eulogi sine Whitman a works judge of Nelson Zinno Noelp that he should order a verdict of Quot not guilty a so far As the poems of Whitman Wese concerned. Quot cupids yokes a which Wes committed from the indictment for the san reason was next offered in evidence and the defendant i main raised objections. Alt Hongfei the government wished to put the whole Book in. The court compelled it to specify Trie passages relied on. After or had read these judge Nelson a Pledas in the previous instance saying that the court we sufficiently robust to Stoud anything that had been read and that there Wes no excuse for the drawing of an indictment in so Loose and imperfect a manner. The Case is watched with the greatest interest and Comstock a defeat with regard to Whitman a Book was loudly a lauded. _ a three in Ureil Olvea after him. Chicago apr 11.�?John j. Roser who was a practising lawyer Here for some time has got himself into trouble at Dexter mich., by marrying two Sisters within six months of each other because he wished to get hold of 320 acres of land and �2,700 in Cash which they possessed beige eur them. After the second marriage the first sister who became his supposed wife had him air rested for bigamy and it Tsien that neither of the two could claim him he having previously entered into the Bonds of Matrimony with a lady in Chicago who is still living Here. The three women have determined to Pool their grievance and prosecute Koser. The Campbell Morey contest. Batavia 0., april 11. Campbeli Morey contest has been going on Here for the last two Days. Depositions Are being taken before notaries a. T. Dowdey and j. Mcmath and the proof tends strongly to show that four coloured men two from Georgia one from misses Sipult and one from Kentucky not having been in the state one year nor having the fear of the Law before their eyes voted for or. Morey in Williamsburg township. They were working on the Tuu Uel Mills Bridge near Williams Burg and Quot skipped immediately after the election Foi fear of prosecution. Or. Cambil is making a close and Gallant fight in every township in the suicide it Indianapolis. Indianapolis ind., april 11, h. Boughton a wealthy citizen of Scott a station near Kalamazoo mich., committed suicide at the Pyle House this evening by cutting his Throat with a pocket knife. He had just arrived Here accompanied by or. H. Mckain and t. S. Steele of Kalamazoo and was in route to Nashville in quest of health being both pays really and mentally affected. He declined to eat supper saying he preferred remaining in his room and when his attendants returned they found him lying in a Pool of blood. He was fifty eight years old and leaves a wife and three a Nilaben. His insanity was hereditary and he had once before attempted self Slaughter. A ch�4ago pawnbroker un�1er Asp icon Chicago april 11.-8. Quot a. Milne Diamond broker arrived hero a few Days since with a package of �6,000 Worth of Diamond jewelry Khich he exhibited to two pawnbrokers named Andrews and Ballou but being unable to make a Sale he deposited the package in Andrews Safe under Seal. Yesterday he departed for Home and when near Toledo examined the sealed package and found that six diamonds valued St �1,100, had been extracted. He immediately returned arriving Here this evening and the suspected men will be arrested. An insane woman murders her child. New York Prii 11.�?mrs. Rosa Howard while Labouring und a fit of temporary if vanity today dashed Poutot brains of her a Lille girl three weeks old. Three weeks ago mrs. Howard gave birth 10 her Helid and became irrational soon after. Today it was thought she would recover. Her father had Juat left her when she sprang from her bed and bolted the door of her chamber. The nurse in the next room was suddenly startled by the Erv of Quot Piro Al rely from her patients chamber. She Rashed to the door and burst it open but started Back in horror. The Young woman had snatched her child from the bed and she repeated the cry of Quot fire she swung it around her head and div had it to the floor its head striking the foot of a Small by ave in the room. The Mother looked at the child a second at to nurse for another moment and then closing her eyes and stretching out her which were be spattered with blood she fell Hack in a tent against an overturned Wos Stond. Her night dress was torn in Twenty a pieces Sud her feet Cut and bleeding from tie Glass from the mirrors and window which she had broken. The window Seth itself was smashed and there can be no doubt but what she first attempted to throw herself into the Vard below. Mrs. Howard recovered from her faint in almost an instant and it was Neces sary for two or three persons to hold her until medical Tonce arrived. The woman is now in an insane playing the old Man for a sucker. Newyl Oke april 11.�?in the court of common Picas today a suit for �50,000 damages for breach of Promise of marriage was brought by Ernestine Closs against David a Bruce the proprietor of a Type foundry and a very prominent citizen. Miss Closs avers that in july 1880, when she was sixteen be irs of age or. Broce asked her in marriage saying he was very wealthy. She accepted him and he then betrayed and Shook her off. Or. Bruce who appears to be about seventy years old swore that he had been forty four years in business in this City. He was acquainted with the plaintiff but had never offered to marry her. Kate an Sophie owes testified that Ernestine had admitted to them that she was suing an old Man for his Money and if they would testify to her character she would give them �100 each. Mary Toddes testified that she had accompanied Ernestine one Day to a House in Lili Teeth Street where they met or. Bruce. He kissed them both and gave them $5 each. Charles Batz and Louise Jones both of Brooklyn stated positively that they knew Ernestine to be a bad character. She a sad told them that she was Quot playing the old Man for a sucker a and expected to make a Rich haul. William 8. Biddle a detective testified that he had seen Ernestine exhibiting herself in a Blauw show in Baltimore lost january. The Case will be submitted to the jury tomorrow. Jay Gould and to Eastern Union Stock. New Yolk april 11. decision i amp the lower court As to dividends of fifteen millions of Western Union Telegraph Stock Iselin a Ftp lated to Embarrass innocent stockholders or. In Sharkey county miss., o. W. Thayer and Wicks Shannon had a dispute. Shannon Cut Thayer s Throat with a razor killing him instantly. P. Quinn of East Dubuque la., who died recently has left All Hia Money and property which was considerable to archbishop Fehlau of Chicago. Angust Hartlett a Farmer of Lockport A a a was tur Wii from his Wagon by his team suddenly a to noting and his neck was broken though he was killed. Jam a Flannery a bridegroom of Only two Days living at Fla mar >., had been drinking heavily and shot himself in the bowels. He is not expected to live. The Saloon keepers of St Louis Are taking Steps to up test the High License dram shop Law passed by the Missouri legislature which will go into effect in july. Margaret vinegar a coloured prostitute of Lawrence. Kas., has been found guilty of Munier in the first degree for complicity in killing David Boiu Inan last june Secretary Folger it is said will soon appoint a commission to Cia Inanc Tho charges Agai at supervising architect Hill which were placed in his Hutu a just before he was prostrated by he recent illness. At or., j. L. 5icmahon was Slot dead by his son William. One woman was the mini Trafis of both. The son discovered he fathers intimacy a quarrel followed and the father was beating the soon with a club when the latter killed him. B. F. Spencer of Hyde county A. Heard dogs after his sheep the other night and took his gun and went out. Next morning he was found lying dead near the House Lus undischarged gun lying near. The manner of Bis death is a mystery. At Boston in the suit of Lizzie Gannor is. Father Fleming which was brought to recover �5.�xk damages because the latter a Catholic Pricil had taken away some paper image. To which the child had become attached causing an alleged serious injury to her health and menial condition the jury brought in a verdict of one cent damage. A faithful messengers Reward. Salt Lake Utah april 11.�?express messenger Aaron t. Roas who stood off the train robbers at Montello on the Central Pacific has received from John j. Valentine Wells amp Fargo a superintendent for the coast a Cheek for �1,000 and a Gold watch presumed to have cos about �300. On one Side of the Case is a Tine engraving of a locomotive on the other. Roast name with the presentation formula surrounded by a Wreath of Flowers through which sparkling diamonds Are so New York april 11.�?tbe Brig Letitia which arrived from Maragone today reports that on March 27, at 3 a.m., a revelation party headed by Boyer Bazelais and general Barlow with 183 men Well equipped Edh Winchester twelve shooters took the town without opposition. On Landing the general assured the people that they had Noth log More to fear. To ail who joined him be gave Remington rifles. Most of the Able bodied men joined him. He began immediately to fortify the town in such a Way As to show the people he meant to hold it sea Frost any attack 1110 triads leading to the town Wero barricaded with barrels two or three tiers High and filled with Sand. Most of the women and children and sick and Jame who were afraid of Sheborn Lugof the town were put on Board of four vessels lying in port. Up to the morning of the 29th no attack was made by the government forces. No one was allowed to leave town on any pretence. Boyer Bassley the Leader said today Quot tive come not to make War on defenceless women or children but As representatives of an oppressed at the present writing he has Fie Cruit cd More than 500 men All fully armed. The town has been fortified buildings have been razed and destructive artillery mounted on the ruins. The government has Only a Small yacht capable of transporting about 500 men that it can use against the revolutionists and this would jail an easy prey to Tho Brais pieces. This is decidedly the most carefully plan Neil and completely equipped revolutionary measure Ever known on the Island. The Iru trials. Is he a fenian Newport. April person unknown Here has ordered 100,000 fuses from a Newport firm who make a specially of articles used As sex no sics. The purchasing party is Ftp Ora new York and has paid contrary to custom Cash in Advance. Janaes Carey repeats has former testimony against Brady. Lubun. April 11. trial of Joe Brady on a charge of murdering Cavendish and Buirke began this morning. Notwithstanding the fact that it was known that ail Abeen teos would be fined �100, Many of the jurors on the panel failed to appear. The Case for the Crown was opened by sorter. He pointed out to the jury that the duty they were called upon to perform was one of the most serious that could fall on citizens. He exhorted them Todi smis from their minds altogether anything that they had read or heard of in connection with the , and be guided by the evidence produced at the trial. The first witness Calle Ltd was Farrell the informer who testified at the preliminary examination of the prisoner in Kilm Alnham courthouse. He repeated the testimony Given that time. James Carey was the next witness. His evidence was the Sarao As before Given. Upon the conclusion of Carey a direct examination the court adjourned for today Carey a face flushed while giving his evidence. Carey was in the witness Box for an hour and three quarters. He gave a detailed account of Tho formation of the a invincible a but be was not allowed to go into the plots against the lives of or. Forster and Earl Cowper. While Carey a testifying Brady followed the evidence closely and frequently sent notes to his solicitor. Carey became perfectly Cool in his Demeanour toward the close of Bis evidence. One of the knives found in Ringsend Busin a amps produced in order that he might identify it As supplied by Sheridan from London. Or. Murihy Crown counsel has stated that the authorities know who Quot no. 1�?� a. And it is exec Ceil that a photograph of this myst Iiona person will be produced in court. Transferring the russian regalia. St. Peters la to april 11.�?crowds thronged the streets today to witness tha gorgeous ceremony of transferring the regalia of the Imperial family from its repository in the Winter Palace to the Kremlin at Moscow. A separate Carriage waa allotted to each Emblem of the state. To proc Casio a accompanying the emblems was a Superb pageant consisting of a throng of off Cills in Lull uniform and occupying state coaches blazoned with the Coats of of the Empire. The military were in attendance. No disturbance occurred. Ants upon the horses and menagerie. The ism in which the tropical animals am Tempe raters of about sixty five degrees. Hera a a a collect Lon of of the natural history of Many lands. A Tould eyed Rocky Mountain Fawn which Wool lovingly hex a band and an Airion lion and Bengal Tiger either of which could crunch a Many a Bead and wants Todo it. Have Cage and Jol Jug. The lion lamer a quiet and Man and about the it person who would be taken for that Ign i look vocation vouchsafed the following informer too Quot you can Only control a Hoo by the Sendi fear. He Feci no love or at least not one in a score. When i go into the Ca of these Ilona 1 never think of being afraid. If i did i would t live a minute. A non can text when one la afraid As Quick m the Persan knows it a Linuell Quot my whip Oto Well that is just to remind him with. It done to Hurt but every now Aad then 1 bit him just to say in a Boas. Quot How can you Tell when a Hon a getting angry r Quot by i eyes. Did you Ever see a cat a Eye in the dark Well that is the Way a Lions eve Getti who herbs Savage the next thing would be a a it ring Only 1 drop a with a Hickory club first. If Yon a Hon 6n the ear he a very easily knocked Down. But there must be no failure. Failure when he is angry is it a a to a Solh i m not Alfredd. I be Bra among hone since i was a by. To handle them now in Accord nature to the flying favourites of the circa ring Are usually Only engaged for the season and they Migrate like the Birds. A Large proportion w these performers Are europeans and they have been bred to is prof Evajon from childhood. When trips airily and smilingly into the Arena and Bounds upon a flying Ateneo there Are few in the great Amphitheater who few a moment think of the Long Cury years of practice that have been necessary before her daring equestrian feat can be performed with comparative safety. When Mademoiselle was child of about seven he parents because her ancestors for generations have Proli Bly been in the bus incas began her education. She a la tight to ride a Inlet horse around a ring with Belt around her Waist its which is fast elect a rope Ronnii Over a Pulley High us Over the Center of the ring. The other end of this rope is held by Hurt lying maa ter. The apparatus a technically known As a Quot Inch cynic Lyshe slip she does not fall but oscillate in mid air who headed by Herp it cup torn a strength of Arm. Sirens horses have pulverized Rosin sprinkled on them to prevent the porno risers slipping. By and by Mademoiselle gains years Confidence and skill and she feels just As much a Strance of safety As a Bod Carrier does in mounting a ladder. In her flying leaps Tea rough ring or when poised of a single foot with her horse at full Ginop she la just As certain other fooling As the Reader la on h Broad pavement. When she falts in the Ocean it is usually the fault of the horse. It is a fact not Geuer Aliy known that Many of these be Abl riders Are devoted wives and mothers. Amusements. An a cadent. 0�?z april lies a k. Kerllin a tretau Crof Thia county on Hla Way Home today at noon boarded a Dray and on its turning a Corner was thrown off breaking his leg in two Sirees below the knee. The unfortunate acc Aat will Lay him up fur several weeks. A Mur Dover Idan Tatol. Maws vim 4pril 11.�?rothrock, the murderer who Etc Ftp rum the Manitowoc jail and was captured hero we fully identified to Nii Lii by the vhf Riff who arrived Froia that you tiny. Grain and from Lalois at Chicago Oil at Pittsburgh and Kallwey stocks at new York. Chicago april a change today the markets were irregular. The Adverse reports issued by the government agricultural department in regard to the condition of the Winter wheat called out an increase in buying for an and Vance. The Short also bought wheat freely to cover sales previously made and under free bidding prices advanced a and trading was Active but values irregular declined from the highest Price and closed at about under the highest prices of the session. Corn advanced j4#>�<5, but the Demaud waa less Active and the Advance was due to the improvement in other article i in connection with a demand to cover shorts and when the latter were fluid. Buying was slow the Market lost nearly All the Advance and closed at Sabatie Over Tho lowest prices of the Roslon. Oai adva Cwa demand was Small prices reacted and closed a Shade lower than yesterday and the feeling was rather heavy. Rye was a Shade higher. Barley was . Nominal. Fork of inc Ltd Florin and advanced 7>10e per barrel but a Hough there were not Many Sellers. There was scarcely any buying at the Advance and the improvement was All lost at the Elope. Lard was very quiet and without quotable change from the demand offerings being Small. Short rib sides were firm and higher but closed a Tritipo under the highest prices. Export cuu were in fair shipping demand the offerings Small and stocks firmly held. The markets closed on Tho afternoon Call Board As Jot lows no. 2 wheat �1 kr May 107% june a i 07 i july to 01 year. Com wac april 54%c May 65%c june. 56%c july 67 August Oats 42 May 41 Iune. 41c Joly 88cw. Hyrb 8 May. Meas pork �18 12% gubernatorial Canil Datea at Lexing it too by. Lexington april 11.�?thomas l. Jones gubernatorial candidate spoke Here tonight to a fair audience laying particular stress on the in prove nent of Public educational facilities which increased would tend to reduce the immorality of the masses. A Tariff for Revenue Only was another Plank and a tilt the iniquity of the Republican party ended the speech which Beem ugly was enjoyed by the is a Emblaze. Mayor Jacob of Lonis Viii be Here tonight. He did not make a speech but made a decidedly favourably impression. Alg Nan going to now York. Chicago april 11.�?m. Maurice Vignaux the distinguished billiard expert departed this evening for new York accompanied by his wife. Unable to Complete arrangements with or. Schaefer and others he Boa been compelled to aban Ion the proposed exhibition games at Cincinnati St. Louis and Milwaukee. A Lelej by Bis Ham brother. 8t Martins Viilu la., april 11.�?at 2 of clock this morning at key Stone Plantation Theodule Robertson him Joseph coloured shot with a Musket and killed his half brother George Robertson it get fourteen years while the latter was asleep in bed. Paddy Ryan a giant. Chicago april 11.�?George Barnes Paddy r an b giant has gone Back to Omaha for Good having come to the con Lajon that he is in fitted for the Fristic Arena. Gould had determined to assume the personal responsibility of paying the dividends on All of the Stock amounting to Over �1.400.000. Trio following is part of the announce meet to that effect Quot a have arranged with the mercantile Trust company to Advance to All stockholders of the was Toni Union Telegraph company on and after april 12. 1883. The amount of their dividends payable april 16. 1883, upon the to me at the office of the said Trust company of their right to receive the same. The portion of the january dividend stir unpaid will be a ranged for in the same manner. _ Quot Jay against the Sale of Public land. Newyl Ork april 11.�?representative Holman of Indiana Quot says he would not consent to the Sale of ail acre of Public lands. Quot As we Are now Drifting this generation will see the Public lands adapted to it agriculture sube taa tally disposed of and in the bands of corporations and private Panisea. To sir. I would not sell an acre of to bloc lands a a a a acct to Grants for education. The time has a gone by when our government could try to permit speculation in Public lands will never appreciate the value of Kii Blic lands until the general land office is i up. The Laud monopoly feature of this Grant system is the most odious Ever deed in any country. Already it a creating Imperial landed Peter Cooper s will. New York april 11. will of Peter Cooper was filed in the surrogates office today. The estate amounts to about �2.000,000. About 200,-000 will be rect ired to meet the special be in costs. One Hundred thousand dollars i. Given to the Cooper Institute. The remainder goes to his relatives. Telephone talk at Dayton. , p., april 11.�?parties in the interest of the Peoples Telephone company of Hamilton were in the City today presenting its merits and advantages. The Midland Telephone com Pany have threatened litigation by injunctions and suits in damages claiming that the Hopkins Telephone which is the one intended to he used is an infringement upon the Beil Telephone. The Peoples Telephone company propose however to immediately commence to establish exchanges at Cinci unan Indian pc a Chicago Rlph Nond. Jayton and other prominent towns along the line of the c., h. Amp i. Railway that bom party offering the use of its poles along the Road on which to string their wires. Tho charges proposed by the new company will be one Humbred per cent less than that now charged by the Midland teen it Hoie co., and in addition subscribers can use the lines to All intermediate and Distant Points without extra the House horrors. Boston april 11 a in the Tewkesbury almshouse investigation today Frank Baker formerly in charge of the insane building said the items were in a filthy condition in the male Ward. He had change of the bathing of the male patients in a tank ten by Fly then Lect and one foot deep. As Many As eighty four bathed in Tho same water which was rarely changed. The patients would object to going in and be put in by Force. The governor attempted to have the testimony of what an insane female inmate had told witness introduced but after a warm discuss fou it was suppressed. Mark Heathcote a policeman who took a foundling to the almshouse saw a nurse Ihling its Mouth with soup. Or. Dean a Gratl uate of Harvard medical Babool. Tes Laed that when be was a student perhaps fifty bodies were used during the Winter term. The investigation was then adjourned until -. No result at Al Nta. Atlanta april 11.�?ia the democratic state convention today twelve ballots were taken for a candidate for governor without result. The first ballot stood Boynton 144 Bacon 144 Mcdaniel. 35 Cook 19 Simmons 4. The last or the seventeenth since the convention opened be erday stood Bacon 155 Boynton 148 Mcdaniel 31 Cook 15. Every Side presents an almost solid front and the result can not be predicted. Grandmas knitting work. A torah fund benefits. Some 300 performances will he Given in Vari Ous parts of the country today for the Benefit of the actors fund. It May tie explained that this fund a held in Trust and applied by Ropon Sable agents who Neyer needed for the Relief of actors amusement business who Are disabled by sle knead or Accident. It is a Benefit society on that Broad and go Nero a basis that the members of the dramatic profession usually place their financial arrangements. Its Agente in this City Are manager Miles Collins and Fen near or and it has been made the instrument in an Way. Of Gnu ii Good in Richov ing the necessities of the sick and disabled. Unlike the brotherhood of elks its benefits Are not limited to the members of any society but Are dispensed at the discretion of the resident Council. At the grand this afternoon a performance will be Given for the Benefit of this find by mile. Rhea and Cor Pauy. Who give the Balcony scene of Quot Romeo and Juliet Quot and by or. Bishop and company who present the burlesque Inelo Dranit a a strictly entire. At Heucks opera Louse m. W. Hanlyn a company will give Harrigar s Quot set Iatter sovereignty Quot for the same benevolent purpose. At both Bouse the receipts Are donated without Reserve. There will be no Advance a it a the regular matinee prices. Note. Mile. Rhea played Adrienne last night to an audience much or Ger Ian any of the week. Her Adrienne is a great character. Probably the Best in her repertory. Those who know her beat however most Admire her Hester Grade Brook in an Quot unequal match a which mile. Rhea played yesterday at the matinee. The girlish unsophisticated Pirap Kiclty of the character contrasted with the after Ceil grandeur of the last act was never better presented to the Modem theater goer. Tonight the a will to presented for the actors fund Benefit. Mile Rhea will play the Balcony scene from she says she Hasni to placed it in an age. There will be a students concert at Dexter Hail this evening. The Princeton College Glea club will be the attraction at Smith a Nixon Hall Friday evening. Damian to new York theatrical costumer sends today 1,600 Cut urea for the dramatic new opera House at bj.�0mington, ill. St. Locis april 11.-a dispatch from Floom in ton iii., a for several Days rumours have been current in this City that sex senator David Davis will during the coming summer erect an elegant and commodious opera House la this City our paid ing in magnify Renee anything in the state upon the completion of which he will present the building to his new made Bride f he judge is already the owner of Pur Ley Hall the principal place of Arana ement but has Sig Nifich his intention of chive Riig the bul Diug for Busine purposes Only general protective association. The general protective association held a meeting last night in peso he Hall on main Street or. Abbihl in the chair. A Resolution was adopted requesting Secretary of state Newman to furnish he association with certified copies of the recent amendments to the Constitution by the legislature also a record of the votes by which they were passt d. The political situation was fully discussed in which it seemed to be the general opinion that personal Liberty would receive a fatal blow if the Republican party should succeed Titis fall and the nen tiniest of the members waa that the democratic ticket should to voted. The question of incorporating the association waa discussed but no action was taken. A shocking French tragedy. Paris a april 11.�?a shocking Case of murder and Sui Clae has occur Reil in i Ris in the Rue Quler just in the rear of Trio Madeleine. A Young Marrieul couple named Vius Juneau kept a wine shop and in the absence of the husband an acquaintance of both husband and wife name Andre a Raudat entered the shop in a state of intoxication. Mae Vinson eau was sitting behind Tho counter with her Wulc girl a child of four years. According to the account of the Lite Giri bar Amial asked for a Glass of absinthe,.which she refused him. Bar aunt immediately Drew a revolver from his pocket and fired twice non Mae. Vius Juneau. She fell bleeding on Tho floor. The report of the Siston brought the Sci Chhor to the shop Wheale Murii Erer Al re a his weapon into its Man month killing himself on the spot. Mme. Vin sonnet to was taken of the Hospital and died at 9 of clock. French labor troubles at Marseilles. Parts. April 11.�?a dispatch from Marseilles states that the strike of the Dock labourers 7,000 of whom quit work yesterday morning has occasioned serious alarm especially among uie Bourgeois class. A Large body of men paraded the streets last evening and were a tel Vard addres cd by Madame Paul Mlacker who ado Ltd ted the most violent measures declaring that the troubles of the workingmen were caused solely by the in docility of the so called Republican government which to secure the support of the Rich by ignoring the Demanda of the poor. Her remarks were re Civ tel. Mounted gendarmes Are patrolling the streets frequented by the workingmen and the troops of the Garrison Are held in readiness for immediate action la Case of the of an Emluie. _ Tho nihilist trials at Odessa. Odessa. April 11.�? if he authorities Hete Are taking the Moat Complete precautions to prevent any interference with the trial of the Twenty sex nihilists who have just been arraigned. These Are taken in consequence of the uneasy and suspicious feeling that in official circles and the fears of an a tempted Rescue. The government is determined that Justice shall not miscarry in these cases. The dynamite scare. London april 11.�?a parcel containing seven pounds of Gunpowder was found yesterday near the office it the Secretary of state for the Home Dot to Lent. An invest Patlon at Woolwich of the contents of two cases found monday last in a Birge on the Thame. Show that they Are not explosives waa believed Onvy a reworks. Manchester april town Hall at Rochdale was burned today. _ tue French in Annam. Paris april 11.�?it is announce a sell official in that on account of the to tile attitude of the mandarin Foree Tho Frei Urh troops were compelled on March 27, to like a omission of the i Taziel at Mamoud Insi in Imam. The French rep rerun Tat Ive had on account of insult offered him by the people and Parr fitted of the Ollie Iris quilted the capital of Ann am. Healey s Irish Bill rejected. In Inion april 11. elective a a Ireland Bill Imbt flying Henley a scheme for local self government in Ireland was rejected he the commons this att noon. By a vote of 56 in favor of the Bill and 231 against it. The Stockin Sra she used to make Berea than any machine can knit. R. Burdette. Tho noisy old Mill does t make Triem a a warm after All does Ever Tii breathless snap Ping machine atop to teach a Bright eyed a Clua to knit a straight Row on a pair of a icky quills the wrinkled Oid hands How Sotir they patted the checks of the Rora Flung grandchild not half so soft in the fair childish Curmi of the touch of Anima a huds. The stocking grandma knit now much love went into eve Ever stitch How Many prayers were wrought into every round. Somewhere i one read Abonit a nun who Bent Over her Needle work and As Dit As a tear fell from her eyes us of it a the snowy fabric she Wro knt about it and worked it la with her deft ii Dolc until at last the Stroga design wrung la Cut a ton Ebing Story of her Lono Lii less and sorrow. Aud h we could Road All too dreams and though i and i Ayers that grandma wrought with those patient Needles we would Wear the Sto Kinro she knit on oor Hea Zta rather than our feet for Here is a dream of John and there is a tear for cd Ria Robbie Aad Here a a plan for will and Here comes creeping in a quivering Strain from some old old Hynna that is hallo ired to is now because Herlit Bie Macd it so often see now a prayer quivered All along this round Here the a Tocklin Laid Down while the old Hamas tunic Over the leaves of the Bible that seemed never of be out of her Lap Here the old eyes looked out across the pasture Sod the mowing lot Down to the wooded Llla where the Birds Are Fering winds Here Tubeo Ldevee slept for a few minute and Here is a knot a. Yea Chute and Annie Are Home this week Ana the House a fall of their children. There Wlsh Ezra by More knot in the yarn before tiie stocking is finished. Who is the boy whole Fate it it to hold Oil Hla extended hand the skein of Varu while grandma Winda it off after the romping youngster a who taunt him with Ahr Leka of laughter is they desert him. But never mind grandma confronts him with splendid Storla of Anele dec a pranks. When it he was a boy and went to school at Carm Lehai town until the boy i ahem the Akeia was five Miles Long. And then he is rewarded by a great big Wookey. Sweeter that Honey a Clauro he is Auch a Good boy. The Only thing that took the Edge off his Reward was that All tie other children got Juat m Kate cookies As he did a Sewanee some How grandmas re Wortle for the gds boy and girl managed to include Ell Piher boys and Girla grandma ref child were Good Home Chilmon Wetr better than others but there were no bad Dreu. A thousand blessings a thousand of of fit told on Tho dear old face and the Silver hair that crowned the Placid brow on the wrinkled hands and the work they wrought on the dear lip and blessed old hymns they Sung on the dear old Book that Lay in her Lap and the ufos that Drew so much of love and Faith and help from its Pagas. Ttys Guo fit stories. Under the Canvas. The lakes open. Chicago april 11. propeller Oconto arrived from Manilo woe by Way of Milwaukee this morning. This is her first trip the present season. Chleo go Oil dealers fall. Chicago april 11.�?place Mills Oil dealers made an assignment today. Liabilities �2,200 aaa qts �1,50 a smallpox at Chicago. Chicago april 11.�?two new cases of smallpox Aud one death were reported today. Seale of Coal Price. Mrs Vagh pa., april 11. Coal operator so and miners arbitration Board met again this morning and after discussing the Scales presented by both a idea Yeste Nlay a committee of four consisting of two operators and two miners were appointed to arrange a scale. The committee retired and an adjourn meet was taken for Railroad time convention. St. Lodis april 11 a the general Railroad time eos mention met Here this morning P. Wright of Cleveland occupied the chair and w. T. Allen of Philadelphia officiated As Secretary. Sneak thieves. Last evening about 8 o clock sneak thieves gained an Entrance into the residence of George Fisher on Walnut Hills and stole some clothing and �2 in Money belonging to the Bureil girl. At9 36eb. Speer s House on Walnut Hills Wes visited by to Beeves Aud a Quantity of wearing apparel taken. Royal Arch masons. Kilwinning chapter of Royal Arch masons exalted three most excellent master to the in a. Degree last night. There were present from twelve different chapters embracing several states. At the close of the ceremonies a flue collation was spread in the banquet rooms. _ Pera Oual. Hon. E. A. James of la Bui Tanooka tenn., is in the City. Colonel h. P. Let a. Manager of the Columbia Tenn grand of Ira House and agent for the Columbia Hen. A is in the City. About 6 o clock last evening while b. Mcgilv of Falmouth ky., was crossing the o. M. Trat a at front and Freeman Street in a buggy the vehicle was struck by a switch engine and completely wrecked. Mcginty escaped unhurt. No party Able to fight John Barleycorn. From the Boston transcript rep. One lesson of recent Western elections is that tempi Francc ran not Boldvam de by blending it with to politics. The Ursa relying reason for this May to that lire Reform Stricka at a habit for Ifsich no Power outside of the individual Cau be held res Donalbo. Clrenna co Paulea preparing to Start oat pm the Hoad. From Tho Philadelphia prom. In a very Short time several circus combinations All advertised As Gigantic arid All pow is ing excellent attraction but varying Dacid Cidy in i hair degree of immedi a Litif will open in in Hil Adelphia. Like the frogs Ami Isi amp a. A circus Dis appear rim sight when set in Ami is not heal of again by the Public the Small Tioy and i sister until the Vernal Sun begin to command att cution and remind the wealth 11 is time to buy in Imper clot Liing. Where has the circus a it Cen in ring All the Long months of Winter hibernating. During thy Juist five i months hero have been three promo Cut organizations in Winter Qiu Irb cars in a Ella it Foh Hitty Adam Forepaugh a. John b. Doris and a it Ihn Of Lyric no. A press reporter s Janet among them the Oiher div brought out sovino inter thug facts. Deiongh Pella thelphia is the Lumio of these various pro a rotors vet Thev Are umm Linous in the lilt i that this is the Lical City in America in which to spend the off months and refit for the summer s Aid one Quot Kupi of i we a uni a cannas or poles or a in Waro or. In fact anything with this Brunch of the show Bensine can gel it within a few a qua ice. In new York i would Justo Likely have to go to the Osiier end of the City. lie Coli lieu we Quot feel is cheap Here and Renta not exorbitant Quot Throe Are ponderously Strong with a Tau Agar who i passing through a per Iraq of ail outgo and no income. Adam fore it Singh Sav that it Cost him for repairs and ruins iii expense since the close of but the Winter is not an Idle time with the circus Munoz or by any to Catiis. A Smith of inns u kept Busy is bees repainting wagons Stengl Benini Tia cling cages making new tents or repairing old ones and repairing and Frlj shining till up generally. One proprietor alone a used Over eight to Sot Pui Lund a t,o0� Worth of Gold la of so iii of Bis men Are portrait Tat inters of a High order of Talent. This same gentle Man has a Force of eight blacksmiths merrily pounds tag out Horseshoe and Wagon Iron. Some of there , Are hard at work putting shoe on the to rfcs which Are without while off duty. Circus horse must Neon goby High sounding names and descend from a Royal rain. But Tho truth is the most come from Kou Totcky and Kii several interest Long example a cured by a troubled Froman. London letter to the Liverpool Mercury. The two i most stories told by our most eminent anatomist Are As romantic in their Way As any told by the psychological society. When hardly More than a Lud at , the future defender of vivisection was studying for the my helical profess Lon be had a in it nor of the ghastly details of the Bussue which he imagined he a could never overcome. He wag cured strange to say. By a fright. Lurid in to Uke some Medicine of a Windy night to Lancaster Castle he had to Kaaa through the room in which be bad taken Piffl in dissections. Just As he entered the room with the Bosket of Medicine under Hiarm the Clouds which hid the Moon suddenly parted a door slammed and looking tip the future biologist saw what he thought 08 an enormous figure in White with out stretched looking Doarn upon him. He turned around trembling Aud against the Wall opposite stood another figure in White. He dropped his Basket and ran. The patients in Lancaster Castle got no Medicine that Nigbur by when he returned next Day and found he had been Irig Bened by mortuary Sheet a braced i serves so that to was soon con Oming skulls. He made a Tine ret but for a Long time he could not get a ethiopian Skull. At last a negro died la i in Castor a Etc and the Young doctor got permission to have his head. It was Waguiu a it adv night when the Oivera Tion of re it moving the head was determined upon it habited a his Long cloak then the a Lon and provided with a Blue bag the Comparativo anatomist soon had the head aft it by stowed away. As he left the. Room in w hich the coffin Lay however the wind slammed the door caught his cloak and nearly threw him Jup a Bis face. Attempting to recover he Relf to lost his bold of the bag the head fell out and rolled with increasing Volos it Down a iii Jit of Steps Caroro a courtyard and set i Relf upon its neck with one Eye open and the other but in a room where two women Shrike a i he professor Rte Shell wildly after it. Took no notice of the women scrod the Skull put it in Hie bog again and ran from the Caa Tiol four or five years afterwards he waa fat Tehling a dying woman who mail loudly for a clergy iian. To whom she balt a Bora thing to Ich 1110 doctor beg per a her to Teu him a there was no Clergyman mar Dong a to by called in time. At length she a Ponce Quot of sir. I Bud a Hus Huud who was a la Gro and i fear a balt a nine. He died or in Lauc of title and. Of sir. I was standing one Day in the rooms when my bus Batups head Camy out of the floor and Teo Mcd to ask me to help him and then. Sir. To Devil came through the door and Sriyat cared up the a ice i put it into a Brig and Disasi it scared Buforo i could do any Ihirg. And i have never done anything. On. Sir what can j do for my Wior husbands soul just How to pronounce it from thou Imago Tribune. Tho Correct of the name of the mexican Tex in Law Dent Diaz now visiting tipi United Burucs a As though spelled Deex. From Trio Chicago news. The it it Rrok to Droun Catlon of the name of the distinguished mexican now the United states a a a though simile Tecc ath. From the Uhl Cago journal. The and accurately Quot Correct pronunciation of Trio of Tho distinguished exit ask now visit Sig the United Fate is As though spelled Dulath. Toe a a Quot having the sound it of Quot a this i a Citable being derived Irosa the mox Cru himself. From the new York Sun. Kapri Sidenia Diaz told general Fri Bce of i party in new York that the True Spanish pro Mincia Tiomi Othis name was if it were spelled Dee ath Hnton Mexico he add. The inhabitants had abandoned this Proiti mutation and a puke lha name As though it were sick de dec a Georgia Hailstone i riia. From Tho Hawkinsville a Gadi Patch a writes that a Haji storm to slated the Vicinity of Feek. World a butty a few Days ago during Whiteh Hall Stone of All sizes and shapes Imiri liable if i it is saw that a Hull boy found iii in Fateri Yap. Alter the storm Hail ceased it Hailstone that resembled a watch Luevery Paru Euler. Baving a in a rect dial and the ring by which the chains a Aii ached and a it was 8 to of clock by the hands when the boy picked it up. It is also stated that another on we found in a gentleman a Yard that Hal the Ftp in a Aiice of a two year old boy with a Pretol 1 in his lion and that the pistol actually Strw .-1. R. That had by. We Are 4 Cux and we Hope our which a tive year old Laci. Though Uliey air let will our a a 7 a in the ring a Early As Umu age. Tha Only pm Tali. It a a what re mime us of toe a ploys who slay around Winter quarters Teisi that visible the Section if a Tiki Mochan ical fori Are lha Taco Wity attend t not rum Amber of Auy Wathas having been fou a

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