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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 14, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioA number 134.Cincinnati, saturday april 14, 1883. Price two cents. I a beginning the end. Ohio 14coisl>atcrk who Joithe next thurs oat. And. Beott liquor tax Bill sent to tie Idle Larajr Mimitte a Tite Bureell Leenie Law Oon Umbi o., april Law in the denote this Monlong . Wilaon offered the following Roto Caslon which Wai adopted a Tetford. That we Leara with great regret death mtg Lillie c. Darst late engr slug Ferk the Senate. Which occurred in Chicago. Wed fiday morning that the sergeant at arms in hereby directed to a Cep the Flag Over the a in tote chamber at Mast Batu Irda a the Day the funeral As a Mark a Spect to Ber Mem and that the president is hereby authorised to appoint a committee three members the a to attend her . Wilson behalf the clerks the see ale offered a series resold tons expressive thar regard for miss Dacost which together 1 with the eulogies Pron swin ced were a a dered printed in the appendix to the Senato journal. The president appointed messes Kinney Hartshorn and Wilson As the committee to at tend Mem it arsts funeral. The following mite passed in the Senate House Bill by . Steven a to author sae the comm Iasi owners Clermont county to construct a free Turnpike. House Bill Sto by . Moore Pike to authorise the commissioners Pike county to big lid certain roads. House Bill 071, by . Robinsons making a Rio rations to meet Delci Encilee. On motion . Jaeger the vote by which the Cochran tobacco Bill was lost yesterday was Neeon soldered and the Hiltl was Laid the table. House Bill by . Dunham to authorise the Day Council Cleveland to Issue Bonds for Street Ai viaduct purposes. House Bill �07, by . Card to Amend Section 9k& the revised statutes making certain one dment to the so called bums Law Applina we to Cleveland. O. House Mil 47b, by . Ogden to Amend an get passed May 1,1, relative to the erection a Monument to the memory general Simon Piton. R the Republican Senate this morning took an a ther torn the Crank at the Scott liquor tax my. After it was read the third time senator Strong wan ted it to go to the Fadl Claro committee. Hut Hollingsworth a Temperance advocate asked to have it referred to the Al Nance committee. From which place he expected a favourable snort the measure. Senator read a Derao grat knocked the pins bom under Hollingsworth by demanding the yeas and nays . Strong s motion. The vote resulted yeas Eig been na.y8 ten so the Bill went to and Ciary Comuni ittes when it shortly followed by St. Pond s Bill which has been lying in the hands the finance commit Foi Ever sauce its second Reading. What will be done with the Bill no one can Tell except Char Ite Foster As it is pet scheme and if it should Fps the Senate will be declared constitutional v the supreme court As be has now fixed it in a by the by Long tes b d. The last arguments the Weitzel Street railway Lii Wen inane Thlu evening. Honse Hiil by . Weitzel authorizing the Superior court Hamilton Founty to fix the compensation the trustees and examining committee the Cincinnati Southern railway passed the Senate this afternoon although it was to by . Ibex tar. I. Bihl ads lilt to provide for the con a it minion trunk Schwem in. Cd a Cunati has been reported Hack and its passage recommended. Yeatman a Street cleaning Hill was Defeated in the in Nate Thisa Lemoon but reconsidered and Laid the table. 10c8b Intoc Medinos. House Bill. Or. Sny Der sections. H73. S�s74, and Tom the revised. Statutes relating to fire Escapee was passed. The Hill owners factories and Public houses buildings Over two Storai High to provide proper ladders fire escapes from the upper Mories and provide at a St two convenient exits therefrom. The mayor is required to see that the ordinance is complied with and he is Lii Ither a to a p Point a fire it inspector. Other Hills pm red w tvs Senate Bill by . Chapman relating to the qty Library Board the City Cleveland Senate Bill by . Dexter requiring that in dates Haiim sinking fund the Bonds issued by said cities shall first be offered to the said before Betoff Adver time for Sale was read the tale and Parkd. A . Conrad leave. Fun produced Honse Mil by making api Topia Lema for the supreme oort commits ski. Tho Mil was read the second and third time and passed. The Hill appropriates 116,560 for the pay the Oom Olasion to february 15,1884 cos extra to the court crier fai5 to the report is Footo the Porter Efflo to the Measer and other incidental expenses. Fenato bil.1, . Evans to Man try i Pera is engaged in trading to describe the names their principals was read the third time. Bena Hlll by . By it Well to authorise the Montgomery county to build a b Ido across a Tii water River in Harrison to Vna nip. In said county was passed. Senate till by . T a Nman n a Cong it a mis a cum tor Lur tui person to Nae violence upon any r Tii e Cle a Quot and policy Force it a i a i a represent Bim self As such was Road the third time and passed . , uni Confer a Nee the Boule Bill relating to cooperative thu France to duties made a rep Ltd to which was a greed to Here foil a scene that has never been auras a. Ai the House. The chairman every committee the House Rose in turn and a terrible Fred Blenkner the standing third As blatant sergeant at Arma the a note tor the state Ohio. Fred was accused ail the Gene Rona things it Ever falts to the lot Man to be guilty . A by at the close All Rezaei Tat be Barger Tush Octon presented Fred with a handsome Silve str vice six eight pieces which made a Roost appropriate offer no Fred was taken off feet out managed to let Loose a cads enough to a Ktisty everybody bar he a a a is fully cognisant the Honor conf tired. And that w a ads were not adequate Lor the purpose a it re Hunting Hla thanks. . The feet Hal la still in the hands the Eon Warance committee where it a being examined Daimion by sect it. Both Senate and hone this morning adopt and Raso Lubou site ult Euci Lucia Kay atm. The committee Public work in the Benae who Raport Back a ner a bait railway Mil without recommendation tomorrow. Or. Than Berry w Tell offer a s Abs to t ii the t the same an Hor Ming certain state officers to Apo Mise Towt por a m. A a. Of dual in dec Tokatl and Aell k to Uto Uig beat bidder. Joe gang was pardoned by the governor to a by. The Rafaell Lle Nae Law. The following pm the fall text the u Imee Bill which Parod today and la new a Law a Hill to n Ovi in a a Mise trades business. Add , carried in cities the first Fiade the lint Ciapas and providing for the Yafo rement and to Lection fines and penal Tefoa for carrying in sine without Ece Nae and tor other per poems. .8xcm. i. Be it enacted w the Oen eral Naaem my the state Ohio that in cities the flit Grade the first Eia a. No person shall be engaged in any Trade bus obese profession octet waiter mentioned until he she shall have obtained a License therefor As hereinafter provided. A any person who Ahall violate any the Phi Winiona this act Ahall be deem cd Gull y m a m a Demeanour. A a id opon eviction thereof Ahulii be punished by a be not More i Eye thousand 1.000 Daliara nor Leas Tattu e dollars by imprisonment for not Moira to six month. Or by both Fine. A no License Gra Tod imbued under any Al the pro visions this act shall be in any manner aaa Gamble 0.r transferrable shall author a any Peroo other i mentioned named to do business shall authorize and her business than la to Bahrein me mined named to be done transacted the business therein named mentioned to be done trans card at and place other than is therein a rationed r named i a cml a from the comptroller Bald City endorsed thereon i too p in a i c Cuil granting och permit Chou 11 med Lisely a Ord such change trailer upon the prompt r registry a License for any business conducted at any a arh Cular fixed locality shall authorize the in caution such bus Lenaa by an individual a pm a corporation. Every such License Ahall specify by name the melt . Firm to whom which it pall be fasned., and Ahall Tiest Gna the the Partick Firul Amaat wbk the bal Jess shall be carried Sec. A All licenses heretofore issued by the mayor Ouier duly author eed officer and now unexpired. Shall be valid until the ume for which they were granted shall expire. Inc. A in All cases when the amount Heense to be paid by any perion Al rm., cation. La based u Pon Romla. By the out Alae Eil eted brain eat ten acted Neh person firm corporation shall Render a a a Nib statement to die comi roller the total a mount tales made brain pm Dona by them map Erdely daring the six months preceding be application for a License Ohleh Ata temen t shall determine tbs amount for Ohleh Racli Hli be issued. Filec a upon the trial any Elm Lanai action in Ughi under arising Troia any provision this Acle fact that the party me to represented himself herself a in ked in any business occupation for uie a action which a a Lenaa is by this act re aired. Or that such party Hexhi Hollad a digit incl a sting such Bua Inaara a Oil tng., shall he Oon Elu Aiva Evl Denea the liability Rich party to pay 8<. 7 very person having a Lle Nae under frito provisions this act Ahau exhibit the same mall times a but in Force in Soma Oona Lenous War tot her put Ace i Wiiiam. And shall bodice the same when applying for a renewal when requested to prots uce it it Eoy Musiol officer by any roam bar the Polk Dave Tyr a peddle Vrh la engaged in ted inf Ahall carry Ber License and Abail sex High Ike same if Requa Atod any manic pal officer Fiat. A All Llo Etimos. Excepting to places t . Performance Moil Bitton shall Date from tbs test Day Jaii aary j uly each Yearim a a ii in imbued swy a vast fun Tibar the agora said Dafoe. All liw to s m t the Ca ters concert Halls. P lakes amusement Nurt ailments perform Anees Eishi Mittons May be issued for the period one year for any Shorter time. 8 �-.9. All Liec Nues which shall become due the 1st Day january july shall be considered delinquent if not paid within fifteen it Days there it a for every month fraction a month a Lichtine shall remian d Clin Orical a iter the c Al Iteen do a a Allmor cd from tiie 1st a a january july aforesaid there shall be added to the whole a mount such License a penalty 2 per cent which shall be collected in the same manner As tha License. But the addition. If any penalty to a License Liall not exempt the person from whom said Liee May to collectible from any penalty to he t she May be liable for vol Lattig any the provisions act. Set. 10. It at any time it shall be made to appear to the satisfaction the mayor that any licensed person has violated any the provisions this act then the said mayor shall revoke her License and such licensed person shall cease to have any authority ssh. .11. In All cases w h Cre the rates Licen be depend upon the Recel p the p profits the business upon the amount business done upon the number vehicles used upon any other matter peculiarly within the knowledge the applicant for the License such applicant May be examined in regard to such matters Ami May be required to subscribe to a sworn St temen a Davit that he has., to the c test Kuo w led e belief truly a answer we All questions touching the amount License for which he she applies is liable. And if any person applying for License shall make any Faise Siai Emen iii regain to her business with intent thereby to procure a License at less rates than those provide Ltd in this act he she shall be deemed guilty Miede Neanor and Upo n conv action thereof. Is hai.1 be Puii irh.e�.1 a a. A Tov id cd in m action 2 this Art a us a y be dodged ibo to forfeit License. 8ra 12. The conviction and punishment any person for trims acting any bus incest without a License a Hall not excuse exempt such person from the payment any License due unpaid at the time such conviction. Dan ceh Oasis and a. Sir. 11. Keepers Public Dan e elwu.s.e8 f ballrooms shall pay a License fee three Hundred 300 dollars per annul ten 10 Duars per night provided however that no License shall be issued without consent the mayor. Scavengers. Pc. 14. Every , company Cor to who a Ball empty clean remove he ton ten the any privy vault in any Way engage in the business scavenger shall pay a License fee a25 per annul. Moea 8�c. 15. Each keeper an intelligence office employment office shall pay a License fifty 50 do Hars per . Provided How Ever tha t u License be de without the the mayor. Raw Nero kers. 8�c. 16. Each keeper a pawnbrokers Loon office shall pay a License fee v f 8250 per annul. Big Utard and Pooi. 17. Each h f a billiard Pool to ble pay a ii Cense t Wenty 25 dollars for one such table and fifteen 15 dollars for each additional table per annul. Bowling alleys. 8ec. 18. Each proprietor a bowline Allee shall pay a tic Euse fee s25 dollars for one Alley and 115 for each additional Alley per annul. Redd Una. 8ec. 19. Paddlers hawkers Prodoc goods from a a Thieles draw n by animal Power shall pay a License f25 per Lahnum. And those Selling goods from vehicles drawn by hand carried shall pay a License fee per annul. Paddlers hawkers meats fish game poultry. Oysters vegetables fruit candies groceries produce and Lairy pro Lueta from stands pay a hens 0 Feo 115 per a Thiim provided that any person sehling produce own raising shall not be liable to same. Cir risks and menagerie. Sec. 20. For ear h sirens menagerie the owner thereof shall pay License fee As follows for the b first Day fief for each a dof7 5. For each a Ide Shoar concert musical min a Irel entertainment exhibition monsters freaks nature Ai a for the first Day. And for each additional Day provided however that no License shall be issued without the Content the mayor. Wewera . 8 dec. Is. No connection a Hall be made with any sewer Drain without the payment a uce Noo fee 15, and an agreement m writing the Peon applying therefor that he will indemnify and eave harmless such cities from All log Demege that May be occasioned in any wik by aed Dent the want Caro skill part in toe Proee Cantlo n. Of Sueh w g.rk., 0 r that May he Ocean Load by roast n any opening by Nam made caused to he made in any str it Lane Avenue Market place oor Amod in the making any connection. With any Public private sewer As adore it said Ana further that he will promptly at the proper time replace and restore toe a Trout Over such opening to Good condition As he u d d it Prev Ion to 0 pen fug provided that no License shall to isaued., except by the c consent toe Board Public works. Treat ass concert Halls a. Cd. 22. Every proprietor Lessee any Thea ter concert Hall any place amusement in Teru emment exp Lottion shall pay License according to Toler seating capacity one seat is then by inches Oil Lollas 1. Those seating Vid persons m.0 re. pay a License if a Breed for one year poo if for three Mouths. Floo if for one month $50 h for one Day $5. A those seating less than 975 persons shall Oay a Cense if issued for one year $200 if for three months $75 if Lor one month 140 if Lor one Day a provided Howe cd that no i a a nue Saali in issued without co sent the mayor. Hotels boarding hotties lodging How uses res Tad rants a. Sec. 2s. All keepers hotels hoarding houses lodging houses dining saloons restaurants ice Cream saloons places amusement shall pay ail annua.1 License fee u Follo those whose Gro ii. Receipts Over fl., k ,000 per aun am. Too. Those whole Gross receipts Are Over 1600, to and le�8 to la a ouo.ooo Par annul $350. Those whose Gross receipts Are Over and Lees Thau pm annul $250. Thwe whose Gross ii seipts Are Over $200000 and Lea than per annul $150. Those whose Groia be i p to Are Over il00,000 and Lees than i200.u0u pm i annul Iloa those whose Grose to opts Are Over $60,000 and less than $100,000 per Axom 7a those whose Gross a seipts Are More than $25,000. And lets than Loim Klo per Annam $50 i Hose whose Gross re Peipu Are More than and less than $25,000 per annul. $25. Those whose Groh receipts Are More than a 000 s us under p,0 i per annul to. For License for Selling the vendors a Ospow Dix and Lekies. 8xa 24. All vend Iho Tinq Gal License fi5 per ror All Keers i Sines shall pay a lit issued by the c ller h been la i take n. Or 8lo Levi by parties ii a no w n to the Wner each Dollie May payment fifty cents and in Keg and subscribing to an affidavit receive from the comptroller a duplicate dog Heck for the remaining port Lou toe then current year. Pec. 32. Tom Petroleum the product Petro Amiin Sigall he subject to 8ioch rules As ore., lie a dope Al by the City co Uncle and Khz a l Paya License fee in per annul provided that no License shall be issued without the consent the fire commissioners. 8ec. 33. Street musicians Skall pay a License 12. Per annul for each Intro Merit used hut no License shall be issued except by consent the Mayo f. Pc. St. Bill Poste it sign munters. A d Street car advert hrs shall pay a Liee Iise $25 per annul. Second hand and Junr dealers. Sec. 85. Every it Aler in second hand articles and keepers junk shops shall pay a License 150 per annul. Astr olo Cem Fob to Cne t Eixe r9, ser Memry Bac. 8ec. 36. Strolo Irit Fortune tellers clairvoyants. , seers dec., shall pay a License per annul. Ski. S7. Auctioneers shall pay a License As Fol lows first those whose sales amount to $1,000,000 and 0 ver per annul $750 per Ann us. 8eeo Iida those whose sales a Raou it to ffi00,000, and less tha u $1,000,000 per a mum per annul. Third those whose sales amount to $500.000. And less than $300,000 per annul $200 per annul. Fourth those whose sales amount to $1.50,000, and less than $300,000 per ammo $100 per an Nii in. Fifth those w i Obj Sale am out to 175,000. And less than $150,000 per annul $50 per annul. Sixth those whose sales amount to Lees than $75.000 per annul $26 per annul. Sec. 48, All moneys receive to for License from a vehicles All descriptions shall be place Al to the credit the Street repairing fund. Aii ther Money a received tor i cynics is sned under this act shall be. Placed to c the general fond. Sec. 39. All moneys due to become due and payable to the comptroller for the improvement streets and the occupation stalls and benches and All moneys due to become due and payable to the mayor for Street car License for percentage f earnings s Hall by paid to the a Tiv , upon the Overli Flea the the comp troller stating the amount Money require in by Law to be paid therefor said certificate shall to delivered to the City treasurer who shall upon receipt the Money stated therein give a certificate ii Ament stating the amount Money paid said Curti Oleate payment shall be pre bunted to the c er., mho. Thereupon Snail Issue receipt the tr0as. a cer to to cat , Cut a voucher therefor. Sec. 40. It shall be the duty the comptroller deputies in connection with the mayor and the police to enforce the payment licenses to examine places business and persons liable to pay licenses and to see that such licenses Are taken out and that no other b us Ness t hair that described in License is earned t tra tis acte d by the party a and at the place named in the License. Sec. 41. Every person engaged a any Trade occupation profession for which a License is imposed by this act shall at the time procuring by same make Applei Tiou to the comptroller and shall state under oath a Lirma Tion such facts As. be applicable to such License. The il.shall then iss u e to the applicant a Cerii a Tate stating the particular kind License for which application has been made and toe amount Money required by Law to Lee pai4 therefor. Said certificate shall be delivered to the City treasurer who shall upon receipt the sum Money stated therein give a cd Rte Floate , stating the amount Money paid. 8ai. L Cert treate pay edit shall be presented to the comptroller who Pon shall Issue said License and All Money paid in for licenses said comptroller shall receive a commission 5 per cent an amount not to exceed $80.000. Sec. 42, the comptroller shall sign. Issue and keep a record lie Nesca in books to be prepared for to a t , As folki.w8 frs to a boo k to be . A Cense cosh Book a in which entries Ahall be made under appropriate headings showing the receipts each Day the names a rfcs receiving License their residence place business the number and class License issued the amount received for each License and the period time for which h. Each License is is tied with reference to the number and Page c f the Ledger Hertin after provided for where in the same is entered. Second a Book to be designated As Quot License Lederer a in which entries All moneys received for licenses shall be posted from the Cash Book. In said lodger shall be entered in alphabetical order under appropriate be dings the names parties to whom licenses have been issued their res Denoe Pooe b us iii was toe period for w Holch. I1ce n bes have been ass u de Amo unt received for each License and toe Date payment. Third he shall also keep such other Book Hooks As shall in Judy sent be necessary and All the books Hereim fore provided to be kept shall have such additional entries made in them respectively As May be required and he is Here by a it Horeled. To Luc h asst re ants a s Hall in j ent be n a Pessary to enforce the provisions this act who shall be paid together with All charges for books herein before provided from toe 6 per cent avowed by this act to the comptroller from License collections. 8ec. 48. It shall be the duty All police her offal cers Powers to enforce the c pro Visi Toi i8 this acl. Bbl. 41. All arts and parts acts conflicting with any the provisions this act be and toe same arc hereby repealed As to cities the first Grade the first cla�.�. Sec. 45. This act shall take effect and be in Force from and after its passage. Capital n tes. The Iroquois banquet. Celebration the bib that Thomas aeffeb80n. A t tiring dem Oer Istl ii state Aiu at Chicago snoops la the Toast responses. Of the eve enl no col Nel Brec Klarl de Docfin cd the Pali icicles democracy Asl water ing state rights lust distribution the Public burdens. Equal imposition taxes for government per poems Only Economy in the Public service a currency based Coin Liberty speech Protection at Home and abroad the purity the elective Fra iii and prompt obedience to the will the people. A Jonel w. F. Vila b. Personal mention loss up the Dopa pm ments be. Washington april Law Eppa Hunton Virginia says that state will be solid for Mcdonald for president and thinks the democratic , whoever lie May be will by elected. Sherman Fob governor. Senator Sherman s refusal to run for governor does not satisfy the prominent men party in Ohio. He is daily in receipt letters and telegrams from Home declaring it to be duty to accept the 0 ii if it a be ten dered . The Post Maetke general. The postmaster general today directed that the Union Trust company St Louis and the Industrial works new Philadelphia Ohio be placed the fraud list. He has also a Prev de a d Eslyn for a t to cent stamp submit ted by the american Bank note company. The in a Chicago april 13.�?the second annual banquet the Iraq Uola cd u b was held to is evening at the Palmer House and was an event Brilliant and Nemble in the extreme. The occasion was the Celebration the 138d Natal anniversary Thomas Jefferson and it brought together an Assam Bly democrats from All sections the Union. The Iroquois club is an organization composed the wealthy and prominent democrats Dilago and its banquet last year Given in Honor the memory Andrew Jackson is Well remembered. An. Elegant gathering .350 persons As sem bled. In the grand dining a to the hotel shortly after 8 clock this evening comprising the members the club and the following invited guests general j. Block Illinois j. Gregory Madison was w. Dowdall Peoria w. W. Armstrong Seveland j. Stirling Morton Nebraska City a. Laning Spry a Geld Jam is w. Bin Cleton Quincy Jerome b. Parmenter Troy n. John d. Stepheni. Springfield t. M. Shaw Springfield j. W. Lusk Wisconsin H. Ingraham Jau Claire was. James g. Jenkins Milwaukee w. A. J. Sparks Carlyle 111. h Oward Danville 111. J. H. M Urphy Davenport la. J. F. Bates a and a h. Shields Dubuque la. R. W. Townsend Springfield n. E. Worthington Peoria Austin h. Brown. Indiana Hilis Henry w. Clendenin and Thomas f. Bayard Delaware colonel James Brodhead All Sorouri colonel w. F. Vilas flacon san Lyman tru Buli Illino a w. P. Breckinridge. Kentucky Everett p. W Hee Ler new York William ii. Hurl but. New York a . Palmer. Illinois William m. Springer Uli nois and Otrera. Sent their req in ests. regret Ivere received from Hon. A Breckinridge governor Adams Nev Ada g governor Berry Arkansas la overdo f Burn Kentucky . Perry be Lmont new y Ork sex Golem curtain ,Nia governor critic Ndreu Klise Ouri Hon. 8. 8. Cox new York Daniel Dougherty Philadelphia congressman Flower. New York chief Justice Field. Washington governur Glick Nebraska w. T. Hamilton 51aryland general Wade Hampton North Carolina general Hancock new York James 0. Hill., St. Paul judge Lloa by Cincinnati cd senator Julian Indiana govenor Jackson West Virginia governor Ludlow new Jersey a. R. I Aston Georgia general Mcclellan. New Jersey senator Maxey Texas congressman Morrison Illinois governor Mcener Imbiana governor Pattison Penny 1-Vania governor Stoneman California Samuel j. T a new York Rud Olph t ,, Ai id governor w Allace connect Lieut. Randall s reply. Hon. Samuel j. Randall sex speak the House representatives writing Irum Washington adds to regrets the following a the same evening 1 shall in obedience to my Promise join the democracy Essex county new Jersey in do iii r to the name me Thea the immortal 0.f Independence. The Fri Tinga Jefferson Are an inexhaustible mine Wisdom to every student politics and time in its Progress tested the accuracy wondrous sagacity. He is the builder More bulwarks our free institutions than any other and i Alm Ost sa.y., All others. 11 a emn warning been heeded slavery would not have remained in to spa Broil the sections in bloody civil War. He regarded Dos onion and centralization As equally pernicious. He detested every idea a paternal government believing in the doctrine non in ter Ference save when the general defense the Public welfare demanded conf Gressional Hon. A brain Hewitt f be w York in. Send ing re Gareis wrote As follows Quot you May by sure Liat 1 sympathize with you Fullr in your commendable Effort to revive the memory the founders the democratic party Ana to restore the country to the basis upon which they placed it. The democratic party will be Given control toe Federal government whenever it k United upon the platform principle which we then Oil plated. By Jefferson. Or. Tel Den i letter. Tomuel j. Tilden a letter regret was As follows Quot Stone april 5.�?Hon. Trio Ian Hayne chair Matt commuter the Roq Jioie a Tahr gentlemen i have the Honor to receive an invitation to your second asm Iai banquet in commemoration f the birth Thomas j fend a. Al Tho ugh i not he present that interesting occasion 1 join in to homage you propose to pay to the great statesman who remains the Best representative which our country has produced the principles by which alone our Peculiar system can realize the Hopes its founders. It in a Gratis tying augury that the Voung men. Of the great Ati d rising m 0 ii w Eal to i the Northwest intend to keep fresh in the minds the people the Best exemplars toe Republic. Very truly yours. 8. J. Hon. 8. 8. Gox new York sent regrets with the following addendum "1 think the great body eur people. North and South Are voted Ever to the sentiment and politic the form., cure and Genius gov emm Cut such As j conceived. oar democracy has at the Bank cart Hall Erskine m. Phelps president the club welcomed its distinguished guests in a Lew terse words. The dining Ball was dec noted the Floral Des Igns the table being a. At the Back the president s chair Hung bharole�>8�?T painting Jefferson. Eight table were Laid with 820 covers and each chair was filled. The following was the menu Blue Points the half Safell mock Turtle soup. Rollad Shad a la malt re do hotel. Pansin leg mat ton caper Tauck. Turkey Oyster sauce. Roast Spring Lamb mint sauce. Filet diesel with Mushro Onu. Ham. Champagne Sanee Pwee Torejas with Puree spinach. Croquettes Chicken with peas. Patties Lamb Fries. M ads rant a Lenne. Roost Mallard Duck. Lobster salad. Boned Turkey with Jelly. Quot the democracy past. Present and future a responded to by w. F. Vilas Wisconsin proved the theatrical Effort the evening. The pure origin be sold High principle and Happy career the constitutional democracy the Union was delightful to 00 Date and preg Nan t with audio Nitro is present duty. The history the country from its inception to the present time was outlined in graphic and Brilliant colors. The period Prosperity dating from the presidency Jefferson for half a Cen Tuty was traced in eloquent language. In Point if out the remedy for existing evils he said a a be country needs a renewal the Faith acid Devollo to the old d e Moc racy be to. No thing in is , uate to maintain constitutional Hon. Lyman to Lumbrix. Hon. Lyman Trumbull spoke to the Toast Quot the consult nation a and remarked that a con Stith Tefoa which has stood the Testa and been subjected to the trials our has should not for i Lig it pm us have been am cd ded. Since its life Pylon to have , foreign and Domestic a despoiled presidential election and an attempt to remove a president for political cause. The country has Pasa Eil safely through All these trials and the Constitution remains substantially at a late hour telegrams were received from exp iwo Palmer Illinois announcing that he w As u table to by present Hon. J. Jenkins Milwaukee spoke to the Toast Quot Temperance a virtue Profazi Bitou a vice a my sch was assigned to Hon. Henry wat Terson Louisville. Or. Watterson telegraphed during the Day that illness la family prevented presence. Mayor Harrison answering Quot Public office a Public treat alter reviewing the origin Fovea Bic it denounced the time serving policy the politician today who holds place not for the High principle popular go Oak a hut for the privilege dividing the spoils and pleaded for a revival first principles As inculcated by the teachings the fathers the country and the democratic party. Hon William m. Spam Ger a response to the , monopolies shall not Rule a was a n a Ralgin Meaton the Power exerted in corporation in Republican government. To be prevented a the future Reform must be brought about through the Agency political parties. The Republican party Nas fostered All manners monopolies and has general la acted the theory that this is a g Over neut Olmo no polleb., by Moo polls for Rao Iropoli is. The democratic party maintains the opposite theory. Quot the democratic press was responded to by . We. A Hurlburt new k Ork. He said the democratic press it it Man did Confidence by presenting a truthful Dally Mirror the movements feelings and opinions Mankind As a the times. He Uig cd. It to unceasingly advocate need de. Reforms and above All to opposite the heresy a High protective Tariff. The speaking was continued until Long after Midnight. The Champagne flow eco freely and toe utmost Good feeling prevailed. Tub Mark Etc. By our new York wire. How Alico Woodhull plated a imbecile Milli Omaire. Or. Arl her Lavi Iod to help by w ail and where the pm blk a bans is net up t a do a red in. Tie Chicago. M Lial Road stocks. Chicane Imp Rel 13.�? change today wheat advanced lj4 s2q, and was Active under a Large buying to cover shorts there being also some outside Ordra after the first hour the the fluctuations were less frequent Aii d the Market closed at 1 a m. At Abou t to c Hest prices. Com opened weak but the receipts were Small and immediately after the opening hour a Strong feeling was developed. Prices Ai lanced and Trade was Active in losing at about big Hes l figures the session. Gats open had weak a yid a Trade lower but sympathised with wheat a4-vced but the Market was rather slow it chewed at 1 . At the a Avance with offerings Light. Rye was a Shade higher. Mess Fork was rather quiet at about toe highest prices and the feeling steadier. Lard was More Active and firmer under an increased b Nying by la Ige opera tora. Prices advanced Loc. Per 100 lbs., Ana dosed a Shade under the outside prices abort rib sides were firm and Active under a Good demand and dosed about 5c higher. The floor Market was without quotable alteration. The markets dosed the afternoon Call 41, june 41, july. Rye Hay 59hc mess get re $18 12>4, May $18 32 a True jh8 50, july 8 $24. August $18 75. September $16 �0, ctr. Lard $11 s7>4 july $11 35, August 11 32%, 8eptember $10 47% year. Cattle Kei i pub 6,.300 Market steady Cho ice to fancy he by slee�., $8 m�7 sex Tea. D o., so a $6 80 Good shipping steers $6 25 40 fair medium steers to 90 30. Hogs receipts 9, shipped. 5,994. Trade fair and prices unchanged. Fair to Choice smooth Light $710�7 65 for Bacon grades. $7 10$ $7 55 for fair to Choice mixed Wei to heavy and Light and $7 60$7 90 for Choice to fancy hotly. The new Yob Stock m Absei. New York april 13�?the Stock Market was More Active today and the tone speculation continued Strong. A toe opening prices were % to % per cent higher than at the dose yesterday ail d after a slight d Elneth was an Advance toe whole list m to in per cent. The most trading As us uial for the past month was in Lackawanna. In the afternoon the Market was lower de dining % to 1 4 per cent., the latter Union Pacific which sold Low As 100, being % percent lower Thau yesterdays pr1 a rumours which were denied later in the Day. The d dec line was Erin Cipa by d be to realizations. In the Cloel big our the downward movement was continued the decline being h to % per cent., hut just before the close this was recovered. Compared with the dosing prices yesterday prices the general list were higher. Lackawanna gained Over lost night. Northwestern was % higher for the common and a tor the pre furred. A motto a was 1, per cent Hatcher. Ontario and w Estem was 1% higher. A Lew stocks were fractionally lower and finlon a Pacific 1 per cent lower. Money was easy at 5$6 per cent until just previous to the dose when some Loans were made As High As 7$8 per cent the final Means actions were at 6 per cent which rate re pc menu the bulk the Days business. The a onteme . New to re april 18�? the cd Ildren Ipoh a Gill a millionaire manufacturer this City Are trying to have their father declared insane in order to have removed from the Init once Alice Woodhull an English servant who has had Complete control for nearly three year. The old Man was the a Tan a today but Hec med. To have no knowledge any the every Day Aff Wilri life. Counsel for the children said that he would show that Alice Woodhull was in the habit having a government Bond for $500 cashed at the sub Teea Auty two three times a week. She had one these Bonds cashed this morning before t b e Examina to n began. Or. Maria n. Smith. Or. Gills daughter said that Alice Wood huh used As a servant at $10 a month. It was in the year 1873 that she first began to notice the estrangement her father and the familiarity which he a�9umed toward Alice Woodhull. In August 1873, he told her that she had better leave the Bouse. She did so. Every attempt the part any Bis children to see h been rep Alsea by Alice Woodhull and her sister Harriet who had afterwards come Over from England. Last september she had gone to the in company with her sister. Mrs. Jane Poole together with a policeman. Harriet Woodhull came to the door and at first refused to admit them. She finally went into the Bouse and returned with . Gill who Recei Ved daughters affectionately. Although . Gill several times told her to go into the Kitchen Harriet defied to face. Her sister Alice conc in shortly after and As noon As she saw mrs. Poole she became violent with pay Ion and going to . Gill she Shook roughly by the shoulder and shrieked Quot Haven to i told you that 1 wont have these people Here if you Don it put them out i will Call a. To Ikeman. If they Ever come Here again everything will be at an end Between us. mrs. Smith also testified that shortly before she left her fathers House in 1873, he had spoken to her affairs and told her that he was Worth at least $500,000. Mis income from Bonds atone he said was $50 a Day. Wren they left the to u be after the late a vie the Woodhull girl would not let their father come to the door but held Back. As they were going out Alice Woodhull bad told them Quot take a Good look at your father As this is toe last time you will Ever see face Donovan Rossa to the president n re York april 13.�?� a Donovan Rossa today furnished a reporter the toll owing copy a letter which explains itself Quot United irishman office new York. March 29, 1883.�?tb exe Eilene the president the United store a dear per eident Arthur you will see by the incl med clipping from the United irishman that i have Nallely appealed to you for to the Ali Tau be to enable the Irish people to relieve themselves All their misfortune. I Appeal to you now by letter. I would not do anything that would personally Hurt harm you and 1 Hope you will favourably respond. You arc a Man Irish blood and must therefore feel More less humiliation at this continual talk about the misery a and degradation the Irish. Yours very respectfully a 0�?Td 0,n0 Van i have not Given that out for publication before a explained Donovan Quot because Courtesy required that 1 should first wait a reasonable time for an answer. 1 was with Arthur in the custom Bouse and he always treated me very Quot Quot then you have not As yet received Aii Ster a Quot a a a a a what kind assistance did you want a a whatever he chose to give Quot but you surely could not expect that in position he could contribute to toe a skirmishing fund a a he might have d.be it privately. I would not have tray de to great a vents. In a word if the Prees creates toe military protects. If toe my Litany settles a great moment toe pecs must come to its support. Thus a sentiment complaint from one to the other is sure a response in keeping with toe cordial Unity Between these two saf Egu aids our country and put we might gel Al 0 no without toe multary and doubtless the military centuries ago got along without the prese government for its management end weeks ego service her militia. It was Given Alto promptness and that won toe endorsement . A Temir Ersery expo Estloa hotel Stock Salon sundry divorces. Loit Duje kt., april ll-4t la very Likely that tie present hotel this City Are not adequate to the great Ruth visitors we Khz will take piece when the exposition opens. The managers toe exposition have been endeavouring to have local capital site construct a temporary hotel hero similar to those built at phils Deinla daring the Centennial but so far the Effort has been without Success u is said however that new York parties Are Here looking Over the ground and it 1� probable if indications Are favourable such a hotel will be built. The Goombi nation Sale b. W. Conn Valley station l. L. Dorsey Middletown and a. W. Hardin amp son. Of Worthington took Placa Here today embracing roadsters Saddle and harness horses Coits and fillies. Nothing especially Fine was offered few animals holding the Promise but taken As a whole prices were salts fac Tott ranging from $70 to Futy animal were disposed . Chancel tor Edwaros this morning granted ump divorces. Anna h. Booker obtained a do Pree divorcing her from her husband. Paul a Booker and giving her the custody her children. Frook Porter was accommodated with a Severance marriage Bonds Between himself , Lizzie poster wife. Emma Fogle was ranted a divorce from her husband Henry ate Frank today a Ronget suit in the chancery court against her husband John l. Frank. Borne time ago by a judgment the court the plaintiff was divorced from toe bed and Board her husband and she now seeks a do Solu to n the Bon . The proposed convention Temperance peo Ile Here this month to nominate a state ticket As fallen through. A do nor so Ditz. New York april 13.�?ex-president Diaz and party arrived in new York this afternoon from Braton. A private dinner was Given at Delmon Leo s in. Tha evening in Honor to sex presi Dent by com Mander j. B. Honston president the Pacific mail steamship company. The banquet was served in the ballroom which was tastefully decorated. The thirty guests were seated at a Large round table which was adorned with an elaborate Star Bra Ped r piece red and White roses Ca die alias. Commodore sons ton presided. On right sat general Dios and left general Grant the other guests were messes. Jay Gould Russell 8sge, h. Mck. Twombley Repedro Rubio Jose Rasco Jessie Seligman c. P. Huntington Hugh Hastings Perry Belmont j. B. Frisbie Cyrus Field jr., Augustus Beale . Edwards la Cega Commodoro c. K. Garrison. Capita in Wyman . Lauterbach . F. Alexander . A. Bler Tadt to. D. ,8enator Morgan Alfaba Maser. Brewster . Hare. Or. Navarro . Plumb . Ham Meken and . Forest the Fen Lara ram. New y0 re april 13.,. P. Holland toe inventor and reputed owner the torpedo ram which has be missing from Jersey City since last monday morning was found today in Jersey City. He said that he bad been Dilli gently seeking for Boot but had not yet obtained any Intel Genoe Ber a Bare Labonta and had not the remotest idea where a he Wos a e was not at ajl Apple Herive As to her a Afcin. He refused most positively to say whether so had been built by Money from the fenian skirmishing fund not from across the water Bradt Roland guilty and t d death just co Ait last for tha pm Pealz word areas a. Anfia Vosahlo tei Faro a Taal satay. Eva iii april us the trial Job Rady was font inked this morning. The decease called a clerk named Kennedy who swore that he Supeha to Brady who we Yocom panned by a Girt pm Dominick Street Between 5 and 7 clock Faa evening May 6, he recognised Anala Tiibi tee titled yesterday that she was that evening As the girl. Witness twid to also met Brady the follow ing Day. The latter declared toat the murders wonk a role the canse Ireland. Upon tire inclusion Kennedy s testimony the defense announced that they Wonsul wet Alesea Arguna item Prosee thou followed. The judge finished i charge at to bar afternoon when tire jury retired. They were Swent but a shot time and returning to the Vur Roora. Ojo Nonn that they found Brody guilty tire 5� Arder lord Frederick Cavendish and Burke. Brady was immediately sentenced to by Hung. Or. Webb moved for an arrest judgment to alleged that under the crimes a the Juty which heard the Case was not legally formed. The judge refused to Grant let a. Web Hoo motion. The Date fixed for the exec Tom Prady was the 14th May. The jury was a a forty minutes. Lonion april testimony Given by James Carey the informer when in a com examination in the Aasmaa Inalou Riml yesterday. Las made a decided impression Here and mgt Casio used much Una comment s Fryy that he had been promised a a fog before he consented to give Evide Hee against Hli fellow conspirators Carey immediately mid Abaffi Lively idea Ifird the photographs shown Oire 80 Young and yet so Tough the St. Louts Foo n riia Olallo lion t,a,in. d ,0 ing As w 1 1 As could be e expect . By. Louis april 13.�?mr. John j. Jennings the reporter who venture he into in Tinq a Don Fig doing quite nicely today and there Are few chances giving up the ghost for a time at least this afternoon the Post dispatch in referring to Bis Case edit Riall says Barnum a big slain a de Onyong elephant under Ireum stances great advertising Alne Max it be has sent a St lot is reporter into Den hons and had the reporter eaten up alive. The reporter 8 description own sufferings As he was rent by the Teeth the beasts and the agony last moments was harrowing in the extreme but we regret to observe that the death a St. I.ouf8 reporter Youmg. Gifted end genial to Lough he was excites less sensation Thau the death the co alive. By Eglit men buried by a Cave in at Tony Oue fatally injured. Dayton 0.�?z a pril 1.1 ,.�?thls_ afternoon n while a number labourers were at work in a deep excavation in which is to be Sid the foundation for the Tower the electric Light works great blocks Earth caved in in bombing eight the men. Several hours time were required to extricate them. Alt were More less injured. One the workmen received fatal injuries. Both the and Secretary the company were in the excavation and received slight injuries. Telegraphic Brevi ties. His grand Niece and wife. Brooklyn n. Y., april Ixo a curious in my Stu to family relations has jus t been brought to Light by the will Frederick s. Bell which Baa just been filed for probate. The deceased leaves $50,000 to the Grau Niece who was also wife and whom be appoints executrix. Relation a with England. 8bc. 2d. All keep by a Mirenic fee 1 e uce use fee for livery i Bac. 20. All keeper hoarding stables so for Thooe whose boarding and half amount to More to a ,., for those whose f than $15,<x 0 per audio Nano 4 sic. 27. Keepers t emits so fools. F Toan $6,000 pc r Ann u 150 per Annu a ant Are More Toan my Cetire fee $7 5 per i a ullo Sec. 28. Each Apt a other spaces be purpose Deposit in Shah pay License feel for toe use Wei for the use Moi forty feet $2. I for toe use Mot than seven by five Seq for the ii a Mon less than one Hundred i 100 feet and Ovi provided that no i Rcpt by to 0 co Nso p works. A snacks. A a Sec. 29. The owners toe streets our City As follow for each Boggy i for each cab hat for each one horse for c4. Re two horse for each hotel coat for each one horse for each one horse for each furniture i for each baggage if for each two horse for each four Borsi for each six horse i f each two boil boilers engines saf Lofs merchandise for each four hoi �?�25. For each Wagon not Ity one Hoiaas. $3. Drawn by two Horre in we by three h drawn by tour horse drawn by six , pro Viola i its Rumm toe Protist Ondrof threats lib Bolsom to apply to Farmers rear Haynig we produce their own farms so kept when engaged in huckster Quot a. 80. Keepers tace wises and Ball grounds. A d Pereo Iise engaged. In Public exp lbs tiros therein Shaw i pay a License fee As follows for each exhibition not continuing for More than one Day and Lor each Day any a Hibl. A a a race May a Viv h in t certain dip 10 in Atlo inter sages the Irish one Sutton. Teton april Ixo the state department i the most strenuous efforts to prevent location the character Tate Hea which May have passed our go Eimm eni Aii h i n it London any Cor Munica Ich May have been held Between so minister Here and Secretary Freni. An imperfect statement the Ion Between . Frelinghuyse and West has got info print and for its toe state department offi Cera have to discover its Manifest that our state it will be unwilling to give the a definite information As to events by now be occurring until it May be Tessary to communicate the results to but there can be no ones i the state department has Indi Siti a Meadlo sea to see that Neit her the the letter the neutrality Laws shall violated. At the same time our gov Oes not forget that toe right Asylum most vigorously vindicated by great a Long series Yean. Tit la with burglary. Government the Oil Ftp Ven Laving Ifopo tfx some them Moi Itha ago. Washington special to the Globe Democrat a views. In Congo easme it no Otte re Orth Obla a r1,v de in toe City again monday evening. e n asked who was to he nominated for governor Ohio in opinion he declared toat the Siena. Tom was such that he could not make an Intel ton $5 provided that the keeper trom race a gent prophecy. It might be judge Foraker. Of course bail grounds by payment few May Cioci Natl and it Mit be that govenor Foa procure therefor a License Lort Peri six a ter would be renominated. Still in opinion months any portion their . A Lack License the sit nation was Sueh now that it was really shall exempt from further Lizenie .l iupcw8iitie Loiel a who he d the heat Chan be. Engaged in any excl Lytton a i upon such. Another Ohio gentleman w Bols Well posted As race course Ball grounds but no such use a to the sentiment the people especially in the shall be granted unless applied for and paid for a Northem part toe state said today that he at least six Houra previous to the opening the i under Stottl governor Forster a objective Point Loba included Wuhan the to be toe United states Senate and in order to a bring that about Orlands would probably run my for governor skin this fall with the that toe Lient Enaut govenor Wilt Sanro it the term. Exhibition intended lie Reisa. I Noca 8ac. 31. The Lle Nae tax every dog shall he �?�2, per Kiin Atn provided wheat Quot ver a dog Dick a the ind Deal toe other will destroy All government what we need and All that we need to preserve the instil Nona which our fathers gave As. Is to keep in constant motion the political forces the Pobile sentiment which brought Republican system into existence. Be need no change least All do we need s be h a change As they w0 am bring us who clamor for a stronger government because toe stronger the me moment the More danger there u that the Liberty toe citizen will be Sec Floed for the Good the state and poorer take the place right. Our duty the duty the hour and toe party to which we barong. Is to set our faces like Adamant Ogal is All m Ove Menita and All legislation Ohleh lends to ii Ozo Aeh upon personal Liberty to increase toe Powers the Gove Menc ool. Banacki Heinga Quot Manifest destiny Sass reminded to by colonel Breckinridge Kentucky. After paying a an per tribute to toe memory and doctrines Jeff Heron in one toe i neat Rhet Ocial Burstadt. Tymm tsp Sid ires been made president toe exposition Board Vite presidents John t. Davis and b. O. Stanard Reasner r. M. Scroggs who is required to give a Bond 2s ,000 subject to toe approval toe Hoard dec rotary Een by v ,. Lucas oium Luttee by taws r. ,8. ,11 ayes d. M,., h Ouw and a. Simmons. Missouri Park has been selected. Messes. Wainwright Stanard Turaer Franklin and Hayes the committee plans and special cations for the building will report at the next meeting. The Secretary holds an honorary position and draws no Safary. For Bomi Ling a old maa. Grix Villi 0�?z april Ixo we. Good unit and we. Rumbough Young men. Residents Caa tone in this Donn to were Arr eted yesterday at Deerfield. Ind., the charge robbing . John love toe same place a Man a hey years old. In default Hail they Ware today placed in ail Hora Sil wife attack two Burgtorf rive them Frodo the House. Iho Deand wife no. 4 Sycamore an exciting experience last night uple burglars that they Are hot i to forget. A tar he r. And lives a Patalon Over jut Midnight they were awakened by a stairs which they attributed to it and instituted a search but but finding any one they re to and was soon fast asleep. Loiter be is again awakened Ana this time i men in her room busily engaged in the apart men with More Cou rats Kion the husband and wife attacked in with a fire poker Anil a club and n from toe room and Down stairs the burglar a fired s revolver at the t without effect and along with i made escape from toe House fing secured any Booty Klyr Biart banquet. A 1st regiment M. 6., cel heir second ten Ria Ekl Stence. To Annalve ratty Hunts by flesh Oom in u to A. G., was hold Tai to eve Nung at Washington Park Hall. Colonel a. B. Hunt acted As master ceremonies. Tha menu consisted pork and Beans hard tack and Coffee Moer Lelnd a extract malt spirits fru Mealii and pipes and tobacco. The 1st regiment band Lumisher toe music. The follow luf Toas la were responded to t a to to Hiona Tio Nal. O Liard a Colo Nel j. A. Johnson. Quot the veterans burgeon a a. B. Jonea. Quot our army and Navy a Frank Jobson. Quot the ladies a major James Morgan. Quot the press a English Alex Sands . Her Man Otto Pletsch. Or. Sands spoke As follows Quot thera Saco Uii Enship Between the by ill try and the press t hat holds the two together in toe common interest government and society. This relationship disproves the proverbial Hiase that the pen is mightier than the sword n the process nations history shows that Sinock the press became a Power there has been a Mutual dependence Between it and tha military where to a t to forces have been called. And said Tynan As to those be portraits a number j. One though the photographs in question Bear Ettta resemblance to the description the tatter a a gently published by the Paris 8oleil in its report i an interview with Tynan. The latter is therein described As a strongly built Man about forty five yes age. His Beard is Long and Black and Jet Black hair makes look than he is. Tynan u now in toe City Mexico where he Baa a brother Olio is a Pigeot. To fiesta buyers bold London april Ixo a few months ago Tazza a inanities american wheat were bought foe Orward delivery it having been assumed by the purchasers that comi Nous bad weather Woula Cau a a Rise the contrary there Haa been a decline five so Ilunga per quart heavy losses Are thus caused in Loudon and provinces. A number failures Are pro Baba. Bismarck s health. London april Ixo a the Brand Srda a Berlin respondent Atys the condition Prince Bia Marek 8 health a less favourable and it Flaat rely that he will appear in toe Reich Stag Stoi very soon. To take food Aaion. London april Ixo it is stated that a comma Sion has been sent from once stand Totake Poa season Tom Island new Guinea As a Dre Pendency Queensland. Strictly b,usin�r�.,�?� Berwyn april Ixo the Reen Tat Lou was gazetted tuday forbidding the importation Inta Germany american hog prod Uris. From coffin to altar. General Diaz has returned to new y Ork. The first Cotton factory in Wisconsin was opened thursday at Sheboygan fall. It gives employment to 500people the revival at Springfield hi., by i. W. Man Faasii will conclude monday night with a Jubilee meeting. Proi Reed conversions number 96x at Leavenworth kan., while playing Wito a revolver which he did no to know waa loaded Enos Alliance aged ten fatally shot brother Alfred aged mtr. John Sanders a brakeman the Alabama a great Southern Railroad fell from train at attains. Tenu., yesterday to Ming and i head was Cut entirely off. We Illta a Reed new York Sayi Quot i am willing to match Mike Donovan to fight English Champion at 145 pounds for $1,000 Side out in to $2,000.&Quot the City Richmond from Liverpool to new York and shout whose safety some ferns were expressed arrived at quarantine yesterday. She was reveral devs overage. Capita in a. Don tally the Well known Steamboat Man who died suddenly last tuesday was buried yesterday afternoon near Morrow The funeral was largely attended. The suit against sex mayor Deb Evontae Long Island City to recover $108,000 funds belonging to that City claimed to be embezzled by defendant., resulted in a verdict for $103., 71oo sergeant Lyon and private John Howardl both coloured company a 9th cart iry stationed at fort Lyon Oliviar ruled thurs y about Howard s wife and Howard was shot and killed. A negro named Isaiah counsel. Alias John Collins was lynched near Windsor n. C., thursday by a party masked cities for an attempt to outrage a Young White girl seventeen years old a a 6. A a the Hamburg Steamer Woltan which arrived at Hoboken yesterday morning brought among her Pata engers Chamberlain von Puttkamer Berlin professor Ludwig Gran and Consol Byers Zurich sol Taarland. Postmaster general Gresham held a reception this evening at toe House minister Foster. It w. attended by Indiana Ridenta in Washington. The Parlours were Toro ged with visitors Many them ladies. Lor it Klorene reached Boston yesterday morning. He would not take a conveyance to the hotel but accompanied by the English Consul and members party and followed closely by a detective walked leisurely to the hotel a rail Lake dispatch says express m Essen re Aaron t. Ross who stood off the Calu robbers at Montello. On the Central Pae Itle has received from John j. Valentine Wells 4 Fargo a superintendent for the a Ltd St a Cheek for $1.000 and a massive Gold watch. The ice Gorge in the Missouri broke below Ste Venson a thursday. The excite ment at bus Mot cd Dak is Gretat. As Sui a a Field f ice can hardly mss through the Bridge without gouging. In which Cate the water will overflow the Low lands both sides the River. The by siness failures tor the past Fiven Days number 189, a i inst 197 last week and 182 the week previous. The distribution is As follows new England Itaf s. 14 Western 54 Middle 26 Southern 41 Al s �ta.t0-i a Terry Tori a a a 10 new York City. I x and c , .12. General Ralph Ely sex auditor general Michigan died at residence near Cross Yll Lage Emmitt county mich., thursday aged sixty two. He was colonel the 8th Michigan during the rebellion. He was made brigadier general in the tatter part the War. A Man ii armed Bell has been arrested at tar to A. A a Upo h b us Pinion having murdered hts wife because she would not sign a deed. The body was exhumed despite be Jjo a threats to shoot any one who in oud attempt it and the neck was found to have been broken. Fowler bros., who own and operate a very targe packing establishment employing several Hundred men at Kai Isas City have issued an Ord that All Ali eur Amplo Jea while either u off duty must abstain from the use intoxicating liquors and must not visit gambling houses. John Barton late Adams county 111., and father the notorious Lizzie Barton the female hot Schlef Central Illinois died wednesday at Wapello 111. Barton was Well known a Crook in Adams county where he and two sons were sent to the state prs for a term for receiving property that Lizzie had stolen. W. And h. Tobias the Young Wall Street brokers who recently lost in the Fortune left by their Fether and who were reported to have fled to Europe Are in route to Colorado where they who go into business. They Isy they will not return to new York until they have made a strike at least Hall a million. By the co Allston a Lehigh Valley Quot train with a unit Adelphia a Reading train at the crossing the former Road Alto the bound Brook Road to pita Delphta thursday morning toe rear coach the Philadelphia train was overturned and at Oitice caught fire. All the passengers were extricated before the flame reached them., but thirteen received injuries to prob Ahlf Latsil at Salt Lake a it Home Dayi ago Helse Bukofsky reported that he had been robbed t5.000 in Money by Bis hired Man from House where he had taken it to keep Over night in now Tyrne ont that he really spent toe Money for a to glib Gold Brick which expert a win leis worked off no b Preston ring it had. Been stolen offering my a Dumea to double me Money. Watching Fenland at a Afflalo Buff april Ixo two Canadian detect Loqa have been in the Day for Over a week n is Ramore that they have been a Hadow l no Mem Bertol the land be anti and looking for Mem foes the gang Bat Terentiy attempted to blow up Roldean Hall it la Atao rumoured that they have discovered that fenian Are engaged in the Mann feature dynamite Here but the tatter report is discredit a. A Daad Loveli. Sra menuiix., april Ixo the Monteal the repo Blean Broadwell Pirto Macatol to Kally a democrate member the Honse from Chicago is blocking entirely toe business the ass enrol. The democrats have resolved to resist the partisan report the a Dimit tee elec Tio in and the ,. A lady Onee a Moek Burle alive harried la Baltin Aore. Baltimora april Ixo Laste Gaing the Chnrei the immaculate Conception in this Day we thronged Wuh society a folks to witness Tooi Nap trials miss Mary Griffith daughter the Lota John k. Griffith a former leading merchant dec this City and . Vivian Neal. Umi Bride is a Beautiful Young woman about Twenty Oue and for the past two seasons Haa been a Belle in Baltimore so duty. The Rev. John a. Maloney performed the marriage ceremony. Three Veara ago when we living ill Cincinnati she fell Down a flight Stein and received injuries which were considered fatal. Several pays Daas called in see hex and pronounced her care Hope Tare. Him alter Aid flew such Korea Felt into a be a it ume state and As it Iraq thought died. Tha was prepared for burial and Lay for two Day sin a a mkt the Day appointed for tire funeral when the Callagee and Hearse were at the door just As toe few was bang eloped it was noticed Tom tire life like appearance toe supposed Corpse Ira Ca me m, bounced and there were a Hui Blip re taming vitality. A phys Clim we called and after an hour so mias Griffith re turned to . The solemn a to ing was turned into one Joy. The girl Repov ered. And has Weinoe been in better health thaw before. A a Studon is Row. Rival set Lone at the Hinole state Maev Mal school a gotta in a deadly Maloa. Bloomi Notow iii. April Ixo the in Pali Section a and Section a toe state Normal school became involved in a serious yesterday the Campus the Onive ratty a mock burial ceremony a ducted in Semuon a. Who were about to Jace in a raw a coffin marked Section a Quot theft Aseere sailed each other and a general engaged eff took place. One toe members Section grabbed a Ball Bat from two the members the Semuon a and felled them both to tha ground Isaac hammers one the Pipus had Bis Scalp Cut and Skull fracture do Aad Herbert Higby had Scalp Ai open melt lie Litz Section a was Alea badly injured by a blow a Cine Many a to had their eyes blackened and Noew Diala urdu. Alter toe Row was Over toe Honrud a Ervilee were completed. Hun Man is dying Froan injuries. Two Othen Are seriously and eight slightly wounded. Clubs base Tell Balg and Char were used a weapon in the bad far Sheller. Mil Warta in. 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