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The Cincinnati News (Newspaper) - April 25, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioNumber 145. Cincinnati wednesday. April 25, 1883. Price two cents. Falling thermometer. I bather that caused debt co remarks. In. from the North How tb�7 ase eted Dlee Reot popu Coati t9t the from crop the week hot Reti Erder caused More Culter no widespread deep seated disgust to the a Tare Inch than Aii thing that has happened is the Tommu Ritj since the flood. The cold new. I piercing blasts irom the North were about is Welcome As a is Italton the cholera and were referred to in the same complimentary Pilrain generally employed when reference ii made to the hindu unites a Long Eartra Brayer. It was particularly he id those Poung men who anticipating a continuance my the warm weather had parted with their wintry duds through that time Chan tel poetically denominated a my Uncle a and who As a matter Birse is cited the necessary wherewithal to meet the unsightly draught. The consequence was that the to it Stoffie it e and her i stored edifices had fewer Supi it Orts yes is Day and less cigarette smoke wended its Way Wward. The dude were in a frightful state 4nq>atr. Not daring to Brave the prevailing la Lilinda with nothing by Way pm Section ise Apt a s3 Spring suit and a ticket in the nature my a certificate Deposit. The Sample the North Nole that visited this Angion yesterday Inoru ugly afife Etith almost a very Nook and Comer humanity in this Over own Law Antiville. The men most deeply eked and greatly grieved to think that the Tiemens would be so cruel Are those who concluded to succumb to the enticing Blair Tosh wents the Spring fever and to be thus rudely awakened from their equip be state Complete sep oae was even too much a disaster for the a longest to stand. The result was that the dts Splet the tin idol Spring fever did their it to assume an energetic appearance but the had expression that overspread their features when the weather was spoken did much to destroy the Flint Hopes recovery they augut to convey. It was a Field for Sealskin in que Tropi Netom hut account the Uncertain lasting Powers the snap it was very irritating and troublesome to those families where Ana Maeque has to do duty for nine Blooming daughters. In such households there was con a id Tahle hastening for fear that some the Isa Ailt might get left. 8uch Days Are rough aah hyphenated Saugues a a what do you think the weather a was asked a Oerman Beer trader. A a mine Frend i can not say somethings Strong a Bough to Tell you what i links except when 1 to nos mine dead uncles sister Helen makes a a what do you think the weather to a was t at de the Polar Bear family at the zoo. A ooh this is pretty fair for this Branch hades but in Polar Rania weather like this would care the natives under the Shadoin an iceberg for fear a what do you think the weather a was asked Moses Lasarus the Well known Quaker a Thier. A a i a test told my rudder Isaac who is a Book taper a Street car. Dot u the kind a Ting item up Wendy seven hours quicker i would my be hic to make an assignment for the Bene flt myself for Drea months a a Itiat do you think the weather a was the question put to a Coal dealer. A it is magnificent really grand. Such splendid weather for tire Crim. Then again it tends Imra ensely toward improving the Sanbury condition the City and is goo a for die plumbers and other and the Coal merchant continued manufacturing Black diamonds from broken Limestone and boiled tar. A a Itiat do you think the weather a was asked a Veteran tramp. A Wall pardner this Yere Streak distilled Al cwt has struck our profession rather sudden Uke. Yon know for it did no to allow no time for to Lay in a True nor de legacies which latter is hard for we have to change our boarding houses with the change the blasted weather Lor they generally move the barrels you a what do you think the weather a was a aked the chronic growler. Quot you know me As a Man who can stand any thug and who Seldom kicks but this Here float a blast rather threatens to Knock the persimmons my Faith in the overruling prov Jda Aoe and place u in a space More congenial As regards warmth. This Here thing having the Gasworks drowned the electric Light Plant Burnt up Oil tanks being struck by Light a ing and candles melting All in one year is try ones nerves and Why certainly a Little 1 pineapple in mine and greater at i actions Drew the attention the constant objector and the reporter withdrew leaving the gentleman to Al Nix gilding a new Nickel. Amine the annual report the supreme keeper the record and Seal it comes to Light that several enterprising persons hav. With the consent the Market master erected houses the West arct space belonging to the City and used As such weekly which they rent at and $10 per month. One woman How just moved a House onto the grounds there from another part the City. It is about As cold an inst ice a a Fiquet ter sover Elguts Quot As is often seen in the heart a City. The Semi annual report the Guerin tenant the House Refuge shows that the Folio Wing counties Are not represented in that institution by Incorv Keble youth in anyway Henton Crawford ii boys. A Roen. Jay Martin Miami i Ortr Rul ski. Scott Warren Warrick and w Hite. Counties half the Exi Huise main Tona Noc amounting in the last six months to $11.472 Iio. Hon. Stanton j. Pec Lac congressman from this District has been select Ltd As orator for decoration Dav. And Rev. Ross Houghton the Rolt erts Park met Orlist i lurch As Clergyman. The German Mutual fire insurance t company. Freeland Volle ind. August Hrak hog president. Has filed articles incorporation. It will do business in Knox and Sullivan counties. Legal business is so Dull that the Sherril will discharge four his deputies next Mouth a sure sign the City s Prosperity. The follow Trig cases were decided in the supreme court today will arc f. Feigion is. John h. Smith. 5iont-Goinery c. Kover cd Elliott j. Henry ii. Lassiter Etah is. Sarah k. Jackman. Huntington g. Affirmed. . A Samuel Davis is. State Indiana. Miami c. Affirmed. Nib Lark. J. Rev. Robert t. Mathews pastor the Richmond Street t Hristian Church Giro innate. Arrived Here to it May from Chicago with his Bride and was tendered a reception tonight at which a Large number the friends both parties were present including the whole the congregation Over which . Mathews presided when Here. . Mathews and wife leave for incl Natl tomorrow morning and Are to be Gicu a reception by his Church there. Washington gossip. The Southern Cyclone. persons killed and three he a died wounded. Small towns absolutely wiped from Tho face the Earth the Destruel Tion . Do Mon ia., april Wax a heavy Feo Atnafe last night Lee formed in the tree to Chicano april from Champaign Vitato that four to Nemea Snow foil this morning. At Enereo and other polenta in Central and son thera Illinois the trots lost night ass awl 4maae%i the fruit ones which Ore in Fuichi Floa in Roei Otheni part the Stote. Lee funded in Sany Pioves and another Frost is feared tonight which will result in the nearly total destruction the fruit ends and blossoms which i promised an abundant crop. La Castu . April 24.ha Frost last night did no injury to Grain in this Neighb Odood and Only injured such fit As was in full a Login. There is plenty left Lor a Good crop if it is not killed tonight. Moi Irville. O., april 24. slight Snow fell Hoe monday evening and daring the night ice owned. A prominent fruit Raiser said this nowning that Early cherries apples and peaches were damaged to a great extent and the crop would be a fool failure. . To a april 23, Snow a a Isard was the most severe in five years. All wires in Wyoming and Nebraska Ore Proe 1, trains Ore blockaded and the cattle i will be heavy. Chat Paige lu., april 24.�?four inches fell Here lost night and a Light Frost pre died Over a portion Central and Southern in it. Fears Ore expressed for the fruit crop Fra Over april 23. Snow storm Here to a was quite Hayy this morning hut no dam i done to the crops Omro Omert. N. A april 3. Snow storm tin this. In Oming. The indians the Sun Carlos Agency threatened by rot Ighac general notes. A Rhino a tos april 24. National Board 0� Beach ii Ute at bunt Ion to Tho president to Havo tic appropriate tor the pre be Union it it idea pics part it expended under their direction. The question the intr it should be by them the Marine hos Piai service As was Doug last year was disc Tsick St the Cabinet meet aug today but no decision was reached. Indian a Cut Wilcox at ban Carlos. .4riz. Today informed the commissioner Indian affairs that Quot a company roughs reported by me the 9th As organizing at Tombstone Are now a lose to the reservation about fifty Miles from the Agency evidently intending to Surprise the outlying Village and Stampede the indians if Quot their this vicious movements continue much longer a conflict May be expected. Tho indians know the object the expedition and Are becoming excl Tohl. The taking an Indian to Gioth yesterday to testify before the grand jury against other indians incr a the suspicion and i fear serious results will follow. The indians Are Able and to defend their Homes but to what extent they could he Iniquen cd to solely the defensive no Man can Tell. Tivey Sli Ould not be tit to the it is stated at the pos Tollice that no application for the appointment k. B. Haye for postmaster at Fremont it has been received As was published. A deficit was discovered in the accounts the present postmaster . Krebs some time ago. Between and $4.000. Which he has since made Good. There will probably be a change in the office. Be Cretaro said today that he expects to advertise for part it pop an for the con Trust Lon tie new steel Canistr i Vii Ihm a week by that time the plans will be Sci idea upon by the advisory Board and the Dziatk to far arranged As to furnish general to fornication if desired tiie advertisements will have to stand for sixty Days and that is ample time for arranging any particulars which might not have been attended to general Crook reports that the information the outbreaks in Arizona which was Given to the Public was Greti Liy exaggerated and tie results were not nearly so disastrous As stated. The aggregate Revenue Stamps new value to take the place those reduce ii by recent Congress will foot up at least $70.000.000. The new value Stamps Are being shipped to collectors in Large quantities every Day. At the me Fig the Cabinet today the members informal if discussed the evidence furnished by the newspapers that persons in the United states Are aiding and directing the operations dynamite plotters m England. This conversation did not grow any official correspondence upon the subject for no document any kind relating to it was Presente but a hypothetical question was framed and Desous Sixl and the members the Cabinet generally express Cal their views As to what the policy this government should to in various Sun sided cont ii Sancies which might arise the Manifest tsp Maitlon certain Irish loaders to use this country As a 1 ass for attacks by Means Dyne mite Olid Nitro Glycerine upon England. New , april 24. latest reports from the sections Al rated by the Cyclone sunday show eighty three persons killed and about 300 wounded Many them dangerously. The loss property is unprecedented. A Cyclone passed through Monroe county sunday carrying away everything in its Way a number persons were killed and Many others principally negroes were seriously injured. A suburb Aberdeen. Containing Twenty five thirty negro Fara Ilies Wai absolutely wiped from Tho face the Earth. Throe person were killed outright two others have since from their wound while Twenty ii e Are now under treatment Many being in a condition. The county jail has been converted into a Hospital. In Georgia there was great loss property houses were blown Down and Many persons were injured by their falling and by lightning. Morehead it City n. C., april 24.�?-4t noon yesterday a Cyclone struck the Edge the town and in two minutes Wilch was about the time occupied in its pcs some it did an it Nanso amount destruction. Several buildings were blown Down schooners were wrecked Flat Hing boats Swami Cal and although Many persons were Hurt there were no lives a St. Vej Topui Oswald Pavis family were buried under work and endorse Ltd him cordially. Colonel Pic Hnnson . Moreh cad a motion was recoil Monde Ltd for president Tho exposition. The following gentlemen will com we the in lancers a asst Patlon. Six Tho thirteen members the Board management a it Rovt ded for by Congress Viz f. A mud ire in Ltd George m. Klien Vicksburg w. A. Pollock Green Ivilue a. W. Gramwall Iten s. Kicks the Yazoo Milia John Calhoun the largest planter in Arkansas. The offer Boston the invitation to visit Giuca Annali an Otford from new York men pledging at0,i 00 Cash and a site for the Hullings were All declined in favor 0� new Orleans. Railway . The ruins the r House but All were saved. Picago april 2o a Cit damage to shipping is feared from the Northeast Gale raging since Bai Urdaz night i patches Early this morning from i Mineika 111 Sav a Schooner la Iti distress rolling Send with the Waves sweeping her a d the Cut in the right nor. Although Quot the Sia won to critic the vessel to twisters towing go Manv started the tug Protection. No later advices but it is feared the Crew perished before could arrive. A Fleet line tugs w ent adrift last night. All secured. Ohio state capital. A conference the division passenger business. New York april 24. joint executive committee the railway Union passenger department met today at the to Windsor hotel to discuss the Modl fixation the agreement in regard to the division passenger business. Polio a Between Ivsich Differentia rates May require a readjustment Are n Evv York Phidel Iliia Una Tori All Wiy Washington and bit ignore in the a test and a Hie ago St. . Cine Nuht. , and n Ashville in the Viter Leiua citing in session for nearly in hours tic Emmittee ii Dounn d to no. Fat i Broadway there they remained in Kef Isaiou Foi neatly four hours adjourning when it was seen that no by Cement could lie made. It Learned that one member had Ceil a Resolution to the a elect a a itt the roads which arc members the joint executive committee May in Particio Mitory in re it Lucid rates fare from the i a cite coast to the this rom solution it was said was not acted upon but will obtain cuts iteration from the committee when they meet tomorrow. A re Oever for tue a. O., St. L. A c. New York april 2i.�?in the action Orvin a. Bille and Edmund t. Ii. Gibson against the new Orleane St. Louis it Chicago company and messes. Kelly and Alexander order was filed today appointing St Yves Tiit Fisk receiver the property and Nartie Jarl certain property now in the hands Umlor the control Louis f. Payne formerly United Tatos marshal for the Bouthern District n new York Aud held by him Wridt r an execution issued by the court upon a judgment. Tite Niue win ?. New York. April 24. trial the action by the n new York. Like Frio amp Western Railroad company against Jumes Mchenry ended late today the court directing the jury to Render a verdict Lor the Plaisi tilt in the suit $1,4%,sat for the defense moved for a stay judgment and for a new trial. The Irish nationals. Preparations for the Contention at Philadelphia. The Doii Ovans will not he adult Tad 0 Fly legit Linnton Ileana to be favored. It Rizig the cause Are eligible to i e positively Digap Emmering the con Sion has brought called upon to sex icks pointed by meters. At Tewkesbury. Indiana poli amp i w1i��t from Poeton Bool by Tete booms a Kalanta tempter local notes. Imm Amaron april 21�?referring to recent Arop reports this Region the Indianapolis news Wahidi is pretty accurate in its observations. Thinks the new York to Lynne takes rather a Roseate View the prospects and says a a any one who has seen the Fields about this Eity where the crop in a Good year averages Twenty to Twenty live Box hels to the Sere and seen the desolation when Winter broke and the partial hut striking improvement sin Ltd i knows that a Al sir average is the one Salon Here. And no a flirt the state is Likely to do better. It does to Good to create unfounded expectations any Burse than it does to is precise obviously Good aaness and the despondent Farmer and the Enthus lastly Tribune Ore both wheat wont be a failure but it will be a Good Deal Short the average crop tbs lost five six the improvement in real estate in this City Rhineh these reports noted some time ago is at Iti Numus is it is Gratifying. It can not be Jedas Bolt min for that sign files More a r i Urt resulting from a pressure. This is a by Biol Ahful growth from within not without. It is seen in the St likening i the increase in the number transact and the preparations for building. There probable be Little heavy building this sea it there will be a Good Deal substantial a Zementa in the Way residences. It is a i indict ton steady growth and it May said that the City has shaken off entire to premion springing from the real estate i years ago and is Folly entered upon a Prosperity. I Templar ind Tony begun a ninth annual convention thie site noon. Were present Sanmei a Sweet grand Eom minder Charles Fisher grand treasurer Lohn m. Bramwell grand recorder r. L. Woolsey Deputy grand commander Walter Tail Generalissimo h. Adams grand Captain general Francis 8. Bonhom grand prelate is. A Patrick grand senior Marcien g. W. F. Urk grand Junior Warden d. K. Bacon grand its Ndu a by fsr Reuben Peden grand sword bearer Tuilom a. Foote grand warder William m. Block grand Captain the guard. The a Laal committees were appointed the grand commander delivered his address and the grand the Osier submitted his report which amp owed does for 1881, for 1s82. $2,870 so acid extol rec leu 1600 which with Cash leads a total $6,668 45, which less sex Rod Luies left a Boronca to Date $2,966 65. E grand recorders report showed a total members help the order in the Sute for 1882, life ㍭ll2.� 217= the deaths i 1883 were Twenty Board control the endowment rank. K. p., met today to examine the Book and Sants the supreme master the exchequer r the sixth year ending March n. The Bolt a it i a Era Tets John Linton Jamestown i supreme Lodge k. John Van Volken Busg. Fort Madison Tesu Merom vice chone Edor John j. Ward Balti Core my. 8. K. a. And Halvor Nelson Washington d. C., with John b. St mph 8. M. At sex. The latter reported a total the endow Smint rank 604 sections std in every state and territory with a membership 26,666, do into thres Elysses. Death benefits in eight months Are in the Elaas ninety deaths cl&8,000 in Oao Ond 129 deaths. And i6k2 in third Elsas two deaths. The lost class 1 braces members Between fifty and sixty years a and being recently a sorted is not yet a a to its maximum St Renith. The total Bene paid to Date Are $1,4,832. luring the veer account Section sep poles fire expenses $11.202 0l the s fund in round numbers Loots up u6,. Fans Noe committee which is composed a. L. Foxwell Washington c a general Ward Newark. N. J. H. Bandi Jack ago. Miah j. K Brayton. Newport r. A and so. Owen Chorle Avlue ttnn., Oleo met to sex another witness to the barbarities a Pohlie Charity. Boston. April 2�?the Tewkesbury i Vestiga gation w08 opened today by attorney Texin who after alluding to the removing Tho turns tech by the governor commenced to review the Laiter a statements regarding the removal made in sin interview with reporter last night but the governor interrupted and protested against a revival a discussion topics not germane to the investigation. He the governor was entitled to exp it is his personal opinion in whatsoever Man Nee be chose. Brown was about to talk something for which to the governor was not responsible to the committee. He was alone responsible to the people the state. To tremendous applause after considerable Ilc Kering. It was decided that Brown should not have the privilege making his intended remarks. Margaret Perry Beeton testified that the nurses at Tewkesbury were rough in the treatment cats striking them and holding pillows Over the Mouths insane patients to prevent Ihler asking for necessaries. Witness detailed outrages inflicted upon various inmates from time to time. Mrs Abbie e we heeler saw a nurse named Dunning jump non the stomach a patient with her Knees six times because she would not take Medicine Thomas Marsh jr., was very familiar with the inmates met Bridget Dolan had a daughter and grandchild at Tewkesbury last february and made several attempts to get them 0 her daughter begged to be taken awl she did not Sucre and the child died in Tewkesbury the child had been treated so badly that it lost its speech and could not talk. While the daughter was dying consumption she was fed upon a piece Block sour Flash two water soaked potatoes and a bowl skimmed milk. This to but four weeks so. Word was not sent to her until after her daughters death. Witness was not drunk at Tewkesbury but Only excited. Some the answers were very contradictory. Two tanners testified that certain human skins were brought to them to be tanned by a student but could not say they were from Tewkesbury. Supremo court and commission decisions Cincinnati spiritualists governor Fosters father i. Clew bus april 24.�?Tho following motions have been do imposed in the supreme court j. 8. Crosby is w. H. Hill motion for leave to file petition in error and reverse the judgment the Superior court Cincinnati. Overruled. General docket Simon and Elizabeth Barger is. Wilward b. Clark error to the District court Pickaway county. Affirmed. No penalty Jonah Pierce is. George a. Wells Delaware county. Judgment Arlin cd Thos. B. Cox it Al. Is. John r. Kuni Augh fair Flam county. for want preparation. Vord a Mackinski vs.\ngclinestevens, Adra iii St rut Rix Scioto county. Affirmed. Penalty lawyers , s2,j. B. F. Ream surviving partner is. Elizabeth Octen. Hardin county. Dismissed for want prosecution. Thomas Forsythe . Win. H. Buhr it Al. Morgan county affirmed. N open Salty. John f. Mckinney and s. A. Mckinney is. My. H. H. Dye. Miami county. Judgment affirmed. Penalty a a a. Attorney s fees $2�. David Tutt is. William Miller. Morrow county. Affirmed. $25 penalty. $25 attorney Joseph Biggini guardian it Al. Is. Wra. And Mary Ann Jones. Morrow county. Affirmed. Clarence w. Scott and Giscard Jettinger is. The trustees Marion township Allen county o., and c. A. Evans. Judgment affirmed $25 penalty and $25 attorney fees. Cleveland. It. Vernon amp Delaware railway co. Is. M. G Losson Delaware county. Affirmed penalty 32 it attorney fees $25. Lake Shore amp Michigan Southern roil was co. Vol. John Lugerty. Cuya hoga county. Settled and dismissed at plaintiffs Cost. In addition to the above the following motions were argued and disposed before the new supremo court commission 83. Hubler is. Palmer it &1. Error to the District court Ashland county. Dismissed for want prosecution. 82. Biden our is Mayo it Al. Error to the District court Allen county. Reversed and cause remanded. A 80. A. C., c. A i. R. R. Is Newbrander. Error to the District court buyer county. Affirmed and no penalty. 68. The Newark Coal company is. Upson it Al. Error to the District court Licking county. Affirmed and no penalty. 67. Pittsburgh Cincinnati a St. co. Is. Howard. Error to the District court Clinton county affirmed and no penalty. 77. James jr., is. Reilly. Error to the District cart Ottawa county. Affirm d and no penalty. 32. Taylor is. Freer amp Dayton. Error to the District court Ashland county. Dismissed for want prosecution s4. Williams is. Overton. Error to the District court Cuya hoga county affirmed and no penalty. 95. Mott is Martin it Al. Error to the District court a Glaize county. Affirmed and no More sugar than sweetness. The villainous tramp. A Lone woman tied in a chair and her a Insp deliberately robbed. Dayton.o., april 24.�?two tramps visited the residence Noah Quot Simpson Farmer living fifteen Miles North the City yesterday at noon and asked for something to cat. While the men were partaking a Hearty meal . Simpson was getting in readiness to come to the City Whlon was noticed by the tramps and when he left the Bouse they departed. An hour later . Simpson in answer to a Knock at the Kitchen door was met by the two guest the Hod entertained at dinner accompanied by three other tramp who insolently demanded a dinner top same character contributed to Ihler companions. . Simpson was alone with no help near. The villainous appearance the men Aud their conduct scared her into obedience to their request. When they had finished eating they then asked to see . Simpsons clothing saying they would Exchange their Quot apparel which was Good but slightly soiled for anything that was mrs. Simpson became terribly frightened and attempted to run from the Bouse hut the men caught her and forcibly tied her to a chair. They then packed up a lot canned fruits and jellies select Al from the cupboard and after supplying themselves with two suits clothing and articles underwear belonging to Simpson hastily left leaving mrs. Simpson securely tied to the chair where she was found by her Bua baud Bis return Home in the evening. This morning about thirty neighbors armed and horseback were scouring the country in search the tramps but unfortunately they have not a yet been found by their pursuers. The facts were made known to the police by . A Lampoon this often con. Markle gets even. Why a flu business Man ran away with b4d,w 0 mis Virino a mon�y., Pitt Burgh pa., april 24. real motives that actuated Captain 0. Markless singular actions lost month when he ran off to Chicago Cincinnati. And other Western cities with $40 .000 Bis firms Money causing the financial embarrassment the prosperous paper Mills have just been made Public today. It now appears it was More than a Drunken Freak. His friends say that when general Markle died he left an unsigned cml Neil to his will giving the Homestead and the old paper Mill to his youngest son Shepherd b. Markle. Not being signed the codicil was not legally bin Ding. All the other vast properties general Markle were left to the two Brothers and three Sisters co jointly cup talk c. Markle. After using much per summon finally had his futher a intentions carried by having the Honi Estead and old Mill Trani erred to the wife 8. B. Markle in a Del die rate and Legal manner. Strange As it May seem Captain Markle became dissatisfied with the arrangement which he himself Hod made and he took measures to get a offset to what his brother had and about a month after the Transfer Hod been made while the firm was doing a big business be took Bis trip West with All the available funds the firm. To afterwards explained that he do not consider him Sall fairly treated by the settlement the estate and promo wed to a get even by breaking the firm up it. A terrible Row in the agricultural Bureau Over sorghum sugar. Washin finds april 21, is trouble in the Bureau that made Leduc s name famous. Some time ago professor Collier who is the Che iii to the department made an elaborate report upon a series careful maintaining that sugar coi Iid be made from sugar Cane sorghum at a Cost that justified the capital in production As a commercial Enterprise. The report was exhaustive giving full details the process and the result. Con missioner in bring however did not choose to accept prof. Conlu it ions and. Indeed took pains to Controvert them ii a Siavage crities sin the professors statements As misleading not to say absurd. When the Academy science met Here a Wiek ago the report Collier and Boring a review it. Were submitted for discussion and the Academy by almost a unanimous vote fully Udorse Quot a Collier s views a Oiler with pardonable Pride t ailed la it rings attention to the endorsement in such a Way As to arouse the ire the latter and a Short time afterwards Coli was summarily dismiss Eti from his place. As soon As his friends heard the affair they became indignant and set to work to have Collier reinstated. Senator Edmunds telegraphed the president a Strong protest against the arbitrary action Loring which was seconded by a similar Telegram from senator . Professor Sill Man Yale College has come in person to urge the reinstatement his Friend anti will visit the president tomorrow. It is said that Loring is frightened at the storm he has raised and the Anair May end in his own removal from the head the agricultural department. A spiritual Fra Octive association. Memphis tenn., april 21. charter for the incorporation the a spiritual protective association w As filed today in the county record Era a office. Among the Many purposes named the association propose a to afford Mutual aids and Protection in the exercise those spiritual gifts and Midi mistic in Avitie with which its mcml>er8 May be endowed Issue License for holding both Public Aud private seances for the establishment and Perpetua ton off tire Iriti Tatry risk by the laying hands to Ord offt fth persons whom uie association May deem qualified to preach the gospel and Issue ordination therefor. Huch persons when duly Ordo in h1, Are empowered to perform All acts incumbent upon ministers the a spel generally and Are entitled to receive like immunities. 99. Henne it Al. Is. Ohio for use Board education Troy Error to the District court Miami county. Affirmed and no penalty. General notes. Sheriff Georae Hall Licking county placed in the Penitentiary today Frank Kay for cutting with intent to kill two years Henry Turner burglary and larceny three years total costs As allowed by the state auditor $285 s3. The following incorporation were recorded today the Oracle building and savings association. Delphia capital Stock ,000 the Good Samaritans St. Marks Lodge no. 10, Columbus the Salem Congo ton Evan re Leal lutheran Church Sandusky county Jan Dusky township the Columbus Boot and shoe manufacturing company Columbus capital stuck $40 000, the Union spiritualists Cincinnati the purpose the last mentioned organization is stated As being Quot to indicate and promulgate the principles and worship the religion spiritualism the new spiritual dispensation and Tofu provide and Means the list incorporator a is As follows a. 0�w. Dick c. A Donehower j. N. Dennis. Samuel Cooper Linneas Broad Well. Chas. H. Waters c. G. Helle Bew f. S. Graham a. W. Lolff Thomas Hughes George l. Hinter Mesco Lizzie 8. Green i. 8. Mccracken m. 8. Kibby John Wilson Emil f. Lindgron Charlotte f. Miller Clodie Lindgron a j. Kinney g. N. Houck Mollie a Buckner Isabella Molloy Emma h. Hogue Elizabeth Al Elauf l. N. Crigler a. E. Clendi Ceny Sarah l Gano Jennie Cooper Albernae Kelby and George Drexel. Colonel Axline the adjutant general office ill inspect the following companies the No St their armoires the dates mentioned below company a 11th regiment. Findlay wednesday evening comi it any a 11th regiment Sandusky Thuc iday a Vonlang company a Ullh regiment. Van Wert Friday afternoon company c. 11th it Gimont Lima. Friday evening company Fultn regiment Wapakoneta saturday afternoon. Governor Foster who was called to Fostoria this Pior Ning by the Iileen i father Chas. W. Foster telegraphed private Secretary mus sey this evening that there is no Hope recovery entertained. He is entirely Paral zeil and in a it Necious. And such a condition at Hia advanced age eighty four year renders recovery improbable. Fears Are expressed that in the event his death the governors Mother who has been ill for some time will not survive the blow. The old couple have been married fifty two years. Twenty Fiir thousand copies statistics will ice sent by Secretary state Newman As soon As the German copies Are printed. The first troop a High toned private Milf Arv organization Cleveland filed their papers at at the adjutant general a office this afternoon. They Are rivals the famous Cleveland Greys. The Republican statesmen Athens who were Prev bring a Case to test the Legal constitutionality the Scott jaw in the supreme court will probably be called to a sudden halt. It seems that these gentlemen had not taken into consideration the fact that the Law could not be tested until after the assessors have listed Saloon property Aud made their returns. To make matters Plain it can not be tested in the manner they propose. Should a Saloon keeper refuse to the tax and bring a suit to test the Law at this time it would be right and proper. This is according to the latest advices from the Legal fraternity. _ _ the Cotton exposition. Failure a St. Louis liquor to Tine. St. Lons april 24. wholesale liquor establishment the Bleyer distilling company no. 3 North fifth Street is closed today As the result the assignment. The property is in the bands Assignee Kohn and a meeting the creditors will he called in a few Day. Tie Stock is valued at $10.000. There Are both accounts Etc. Which will place the assets including Stock at $40,000. The liabilities flu not fall Short $57,000. . Bleyer stated today that the failure was due to the decline in the whisky Market forced by the operations the new Law. He believed that several liquor House would succumb within a few Days. , april 24�?>el�gatei to the Irish National convention Are arriving by every train. James 7. Mooney. The president the Irish National land Leatis America . Egan . Brennan and Wallace have been actively at work Anong Tho delegates and whatever Iliffe Ronces May arise thursday there is Little doubt that tomorrows Convent Ioil will be entirely harmonious. The land Cage delegates May be counted to vote solidly for a a moderate and sensible basis Union setting Forth that the league is established to obtain for the people National self government land Law Fedora local self government Extension and municipal franchises and the development and the Aud Agri cult urls interests Irel tub a Novau , and Hia followers . Mil by declares will not be admitted to the Coil Nikon the circular calling the conv Gatton says emphatically that Only societies Ireland by legitimate represent nation. He said prove dynamite but Dlton to which English our country we do not it press any Mirrow for the a a has been Egan Mooney Ami Wall Jato receive and examine the credentials Eli Gates from Irish societies other than the i anti . . Wallace said tonight that he to might that the new Irish a Figue will be org Qloyd under a directory perhaps Twenty men off the beat character. This Council will choose from among its members an executive Aud Otiler . Tho Leatto will probably be Aff divided into state county and City leagues iii under the in me Diate Ilire Tion officers a a possible to this directory. T loui8tlle. Quot yet another sensation at the Eider farm a Tang citral German Synod. Lol , kv., Apa 2l�?the contract for the trestle work the a a route railway that is being built along ihu Iver front was let this morning at general cd Folsz office. There were some twelve bids and tie contract was Given to we islam rav a co.,Tho a Fork to l >eg5n in ten Days. The $10, a a libel Sutlif the Caldwell against the commercial was Arf this morning before the jury and shortly ser 42 clock Tho Case was Given them. Two it tee it Dies were made each Side. After being about two hours the jury returned a Verdic Tad $ x 0 for the plaintiffs. The closing session the Synod the evangelical German held this morning. The Folio Wing is the re us the election officers Aud commit ties resident a. Shory. Vincennes vice , Charles Kranz Jouis Ville Secrce Tarje. It a Brenhaus. Lyt Lovillo ind. Treasurer a Rohm Pomeroy Delegates to the genl convention Rev. H. Waldmann. F. Wenyu Foll. G. Dietz Rev. It. Bren Haus. And a. Blah Reidt exam ortion committee Hev. Chas. Nuu Caret. Ii. Waldma in . Dietz missis aboard Rev. , Rev. 1�?T. , Ano the Stoa congregation cd i Inual. May next year was selected As the time tie next Bee tag but the place was not a mixed Thomas Crit tender at noon today gave Bond in the sum $2, 100 for Liis appearance in october. A a Ith Robert j. My Zilfee As surety. Tie farm , which has figured so extensively in Tho Public prints late de Vel oiled another attempt to this morning. It is situated Al thirteen Miles from the City. The farm formerly owned by Thomas elder put was sold account the Aam Erous attempts that were made Tipon his life and the plot that were being Woven about him by designing enemies. He has since been living Here. Tho Forwood you piracy which was so prominent in the courts recently was Laid a not Tia Xiaoe and it was the last warning shot that told . Elder his life was not Safe 08 Long ases lived there. This together with the Adverse Public opinion that was rising against him account a certain scandal in which he was involved caused her departure. Since then a Man named Andy Egbert has had charge the place and lives upon it he was formerly in the employ . Elder and a suit is now pending in Esquire stones court Bronchi by him against e Lder Chardin the Latte with the seduction his Aati tot and it is against the life the plaintiff in this Case that the attempt at ass Nalum was Mode this morning. . Egbert lives in the House with Hia daughter and since her confinement Haa slept in an adjoining room. The girl a lately been a child whose Psi a Tern it she Chige to Thomas elder and Ever since the suit was instituted the bitterest animosity a existed be Wren them. This morning a was awakened by the Haskine fool Taxa a he us very nervous she sprang from tins bed. And a fill Toto nor father s room for Protection and just As she passed through the door she espied a face at the window which immediately Djea geared. As soon she could rets Over from the which this unexpected in apj>ar4ilon produced she crept to her father a by slide find Noti Riihl him. He sprang to he window and while he was peering a shot was fired into the room. A Long Rico be Rifle which was standing in the Corner behind the bed was seized and fired in the direction from which the report Sounde. No More shots were exchanged but the rattling Carriage wheels could be heard distinctly at a distance. The tiring alarmed the whole neighbourhood. Five window pane were broken and nine Buckshot were found imbedded in the opposite All . Egbert escaped narrowly. With Rosa Wilkes both trotted six heats in 2 22 and better 2 l8>i was the Best time which both made. A judge Hawes a another son a Jim Monroe a with a record 2 2 94 now nine years old sold to Barnev Croston Philadelphia for $2,000. The a a judge never was in As Fine trim As now and it is said trotted privately in 2 20 and better. Next in Price was a a Bay filly three years old by a contractor a sold to s. Ii. Off ult Georgetown. Kv., for $1,500. Several a a in a berth so get brought from $200 to $800. Ninety four horse averaged $300. including a Monroe a Clef a the aggregate would be 138,.325. The Sale will beg in again tomorrow and 177 More head Are to be disposed . The Kentucky fair director today arranged the following trotting Clr Euit beginning the first tuesday in August at Sharps Birg second Richmond third Cynthiana fourth Lexing Tou first tuesday in september Paris Pecoud Falmouth third Haysville. The markets. The news Europe. Bismarck a attack the Oual Ity american pork. Extraordinary precautions taken in and and around Windsor castles the czars Coronation. New Orleans and the arts and in Iowa postmaster detains valuable mall. Re Btu que i a., april 24.�?numero us complaints having been Mode the serious detention registered letter and other mall throughout the state Post office inspector Fuls Fer came from Chicago and investigated. He arrested postmaster James Chi sin Worthington for detaining a Lobate registered letters and a Large Quantity other mail from one to eight weeks causing great annoyance. Pusifer declares the manage Rachl the Worthington Post office is disgraceful. Other postmasters will be Spe Emiily arrested. I he penalty for detaining mail is a $1 a it Fine and six month imprison men Iowa democrats. Marshal town ia., april 24.�?thc executive committee the democratic Central committee Iowa met Here today. Wednesday june 6, waa fixed a the time for the democratic state convention at de Moine to place in nomination candidates Lor governor lieutenant governor superintendent Public instruction and Justice the supreme court. The committee expresses considerable Confidence in the democratic Success this year resulting from the Temperance complications. Ohio firemen in convention. General Crook after the apaches. St. Louis. April 24�?advice from new Mexico say general Crook broke Camp at Wilcox yesterday morning and started for Guadaloupe Canon with 300 troops 200 Indian scouts and Twenty one warriors. In a talk with general Crook the Indian scouts told the general they wanted him to Lead them against the Chirico Huas until All were exterminate captured As they would not Hope Lor peace the reservation themselves until that was done. Why he seceded. Chicago. April 24.�?Rev. Bernard Kelly whose secession from the roman Catholic to the Independent Catholic Chuich was reported yesterday. Was according to Bishop Marty Dakota suspended last fail by the Bishop Tavel acid for drunkenness and went to the franciscan Mona it Zitery at Teutopolis. Hlas a penitent. He was next Given a Mission in Dakota from sympathy. He again took to drink and was ordered to leave the Ocse. It will be held at will embrace All destries. Vetts Buzio miss. April 24. exec Nilve committee the National Cotton plan terse association met Here today with a attendance embracing the following names senator George Mississippi colonel de Richardson new Orlean John c. Calhoun Arkansas general Ricks Mississippi a. W. Crandall and Hon. H. B. Lucas Louisiana w. K. Ingersoll Mississippi senator Garland Arkansas general Borden Georgia being represented by proxy. After declaring the exposition though Cotton in name yet Universal in fact to embrace All the arts and industries. A Resolution motion colonel Richardson seconded by senator Oise was adopted awarding the location to new Orleana the ground its being the great metropol it the Cotton country and because colonel Richardson offered an inducement a list nearly 1.500 Namee Busi eos firms Emp racing a majority the members the Cotton Exchange pledging the Nec Easi funds to make the exposition a a Oceh. The committee Thau Kea president Moorehead for Hia great the Texas capitals grand hotel. Austin tex., april 24.�?colpnel l. 6. Driskoll the millionaire cattle Man this City to ordered plans to be made for one the finest hotel West the Mississippi River. It will be 185 by 168 and eighty feet High to the mansard roof and have rooms. In architecture it will be one the prettiest in the United state and will Cost without Furnoh ing Over 1360,000. Denver it Rio Grande. Salt Lake City april 24. Denver it Rio Grande Railroad company announces Liat its Western Branch from Denver which is now completed to Salt Lake City will be opened to Den to connect with the Central Pacific Railroad May 1. This will be in direct Competition with the Union Pacific and forms a new Overland route to the Porifio coast Northwestern Ohio Volunteer fire association in convention at Wapakoneta. Wapakoneta o., april 24. tenth Annuel convention the Northwestern Ohio Volunteer fire aet Ocia Tion began a two Days session Here today. Delegations began arriving in yesterday and last night s trains until today the town was filled with visitors delegates and fire laddies. A preliminary business meeting was held this morning in Ems her it Dieker shall. A grand Street Parade Tai afternoon beaded by the mayor and common Council with companies from this and other towns in uniform half a dozen brass bands and delegates from Carey Napoleon new Bremen St. Marys Ada. Oak Harbor Findlay Ashland Delphos Kenton Van Wert Tiffin Loudonville Shelby Mansfield. Bryan. Upper Sandusky Green Springs Celina Defiance and Nevada Mode this the arg Sci and Best Parade Ever know in the history the organization. It is said by those who have attended the conventions before itt there never were so Many delegates present at a Cou veil Tion As there Are Here today. After the Parade the convention was called to order by president j. H. Foster the Van 55crt bulletin. A we loonie address was delivered by c. A. Layton to which the president made a fitting response. The convention then proceeded to business which contemplates several Radical changes in the rules governing tournaments and other mat Lessof interest to Tho firemen. After the aps ointment committees and the transaction other business the convention adjourned until 8u� tomorrow. This evening a toil Given by the Wapakoneta fire companies in Honor their guests is in Progress and everything is passing off pleasantly for All concerned. A con text is raging among the delegates As to the place where the next tournament shall be held. Mansfield and is Mary a Are the principal contestants with probabilities in favor the latter. Chief logo wheat operators discouraged the july wheat Deal settled Money and stocks. Chicago april 24. Mai sets change were less Active and values were irregular. Who bit advanced icon the opening sales but there was less Demaud to cover shorts. Buying orders were also scarce and prices gradually settled Back in and a quieter feeling prevailed throughout the session Many Strong operators being discouraged by the favourable character the crop reports. There waa however an uneasy feeling among the bears Many whom imagine that the Bull combination intend to manipulate the Market for a further Advance Hento there was no Selling pressure and toward 1 . A better demand developed prices re i upward i Kllc per Bushel a id closed steady and firm. Corn opened weak and a Shade lower and the demand was slow but prices rallied in sympathy with wheat but the demand was slow prices again fell off w Ith the latter Grain and later rallied with wheat closing a the highest Price. Gats were quiet and without special change May options showing the most weakness and closed tame. Mess pork moderately Active but the volume Sal was smaller than Yoter Doy Aud prices were a regular adva Cetl 2���25c per barrel under an Active demand to cover shorts and fill orders. There was also an Active buying by dealers who were did pose Ltd to Trade for a Scalp but the Advance checked the demand Tho improvement was lost but the Market closed at 1 clock at per barrel Over the lowest prices. Ii it was less Active and the feeling quieter advanced 5<g7,. But closed about the same yesterdays afternoon Call. Short rib Side were Active and at times excited advanced 25@30c under a Strong speculative demand but when the Early buyers were filled and the bears had taken their shorts the feeling was weaker prices fell Back los Cost d quiet and steady at 10igl2 in per 1 x pounds under t be highest prices. Flour is firm but there Are no changes con Sci Junco in Price. The markets closed the Call Board As follows no. 2 wheat i in it a april $1 Mav $1 14>i june $1july, $111 4 August $1 19 san Teulier. $1 07�?o� a die year. Corn april a to pc May 577�c june 59 in july 60>4c . Gats 41c april 4u May. June 424c july Fri a i August. 3sic. The year. Rye 62 May g4c june. Barley tote for no. 2, 56c for no. 3. Flax seed steady at Al 52, whisky $116. Mess pork $19 35, Lay $19 60, june $10 80. July �$19 87 4. August $20 september $17 30, year. Lard,, May 11.87 june ill tto. u.9.5e, August llih�?�5c, september 11.67 october io.8714 year. Short rib 10.52f-�e, Mav 10.67 i a. June 10.82 july 10.92c, aug Zust 11.05c, september. Cattle reef pts 3,700 Shi Meute >.4 a a. Market quiet and steady holders being Disposti i Advance. Choice to Faucy i curvy steers $6 40 6 60 extra do. $6 15@6 30 goo Ltd shipping steers. 15 for fair medium steers m 7.5 g $5 80 native feeding steers. $-1 7r>�t� 30. Hogs receipts 9aw0 Sham Nevils 2, a its. Market firm demand Good and prices firmly supported fair to Choice smooth Light $7 .5 Lor Bacon grades $7 20@7 go for fair to Choice mixed weights heavy and Light mid $7 $7 i>0 for Choice to fancy heavy Thiu Light $6 �?T25 57. Sheep wore quiet and unchanged $4 25<55 per Loo pounds. Uni Cogo elevator contain 6,078.851 Bushel wheat. 7,555,911 Corn 1,27-2,577 Oats. �s.?� Rve and ��,502 Barley 15,819,021 total bushels against 5,787,710 at this period last y ear. The just wheat peal. Today a. M. Wright and w. T. Baker the leading defaulters in the Luly wheat Deal last year paid in full the Amouta due by them the settlements being based the value no 2 Spring wheat a found by a committee the Board last August at to 85. This dispose ton the Case by which the authority the Board has been vindicated and its credit As a Oom Merriol body enhanced Marks an important Era in the Ess Stence this Assoc nation As hereafter it will be known that contracts made Between in members Are sacred. Fluctuations in Stoces. New Yolk april 24.�?speculation at the Stock Exchange a Tara and Uinn Teresing tic volume business having been smaller and the fluctuations less important a Han for Many Days past. In the Early de things the Market waa generally firm and an Advance to per cell was recorded Delaware. Lackawanna it and Northwest having been the features. Louisville it Nashville was exceptionally weak reports that the company would be unable to meet its May interest obligations. After declining from 54- 6 9 >2i 8i the shares recovered to 53 and it was announced that the company had aired y Mere then Anflic Keiit Money Deposit to the May interest the remainder the list was lower during the afternoon but the net changes for the Day were unimportant. The sales amounted to 243,130 shares against 277,283 yesterday. The Money Market a. Easy and Call loan stocks ranged from 5h 4 per cent., with the offerings in excess the demand. The Bedu non in Pio Ibon. Chicago april 24. Chicago Iron manufacturers do not think the reduction $2 a ton Mode by Thomas it co., Bethlehem pa., will have much effect upon the Western Market. A die Iron Market is not very Active now and they perhaps made the Cut to get rid a surplus manufactured Ware rather than Bull the Market. They arc Able to undersell Pittsburgh because Thev can manufacture cheaper but the heavy freight rate prevent them from affecting Chicago. Berlin april 24.�?an article in the North German Gazette doubtless inspired by Bismarck makes a Savage attack the United states government for rounding the interests american hog raisers. The article goes beyond the Ordinary limits journalism a it Cuiss the United states an attempt to imitate the conduct England in forcing opium into China. The writer asserts that the recent prohibition american pork in Germany a. An economic sanitary measure which the German government was compelled to take for the purpose protecting its subjects from physical disease and degeneration m Uch worse than the enforced introduction opium in Galieti upon the chinese. The article also attacks United states minister bar gent at Berlin for advising i government to retaliate by against Gunnan products which i jumbo procure elsewhere until the German government should be impelled to withdraw it prohibition american hog products and no to for publishing such advice in a new York journal. Tho Gazette say that the reason american pork was prohibited was because it was Trinchi Nous. Minister Sargent in reply told a press correspondent that he had written nothing Home the subject save to the state department which was mailed Jannary 1, and which contained nothing about Reta ution. It did however contain extract from the German press and from individuals who believed that the exclusion american pork a. Due to the influence German pork dealers who in con que Noe american Competition had to sell native hog products much lower. It is reported that Sargent the american minister will be compelled to demand i recall owing to the stricture the North German Gazette. _ uneasy England. The Atli crities convinced danger menacing tie Queen. London april 24�?the excitement and difficulties arising the operations the hastily passed exp a Ives Bill can scarcely i a exaggerated and they Are enhanced by the temper the people who. Without any Symanthy for thud Namre plotters Aid in keeping up the excitement and actively worry the police atty possible hoax that May surest it Elf. This is shown by several so Ltd called dynamite plot that have kept the whole police sections employed for Days before it could be positively said they were hoaxes. The sentries have not Only been doubled about Wim isor Palace where the Cju Cen now is but the principal entrances and the Nio amp to favored resort tourists and Lite visitors arc now Inace Saite to the Public. The round Tower from which the finest View the Park and Castle grounds could be had i shut against its hundreds daily visitors and the entrances to the Moat passage in the quadrangle Are shut. Additional sentries yesterday patrolled the Tower Whattl clients. Which have usually been an open promenade. There i no ques thou but that the authorities Are thoroughly convinced that some More less defined danger menaces Tho Hustle its inmates. Ill the House commons this afternoon . Gladstone replying to the question . Bourke As to whether any step Hud been taken at Washington relative to conspiracies organized in America against i Glaud Sahl he did not think it in accordance with Public interest to make any statement touching communication with the United Tats government the subject the outrage. The Coronation. Consciousness Asiain estered tincture Iron. Jiul nine. I never knew a Sim a. Nor heard one exactly Uke this. 1 called . Bennett at my a Ocmond Sei with thi declared Itiat Noth ing the Kuil had Ever come under his was about a month after it having the sixty five hour sleep. To then wept about sixty hours. Tho sleep bras is Cau Fod by passive congestion the brain which ii owing to extreme nervousness and prostration brought about by debility. Met Mcahy is an ret Mable Young Mao Good habit. He does not drink and the primary cause ills sickness is a Roy Siery. Aside frogs his sleeping spells his health is nbw8 notes. Something the splendid preparations at Moscow. A Moscow april 24.�?Tho preparations for the Amiin display during the Coronation ceremonies Are in Many res a cts More remarkable than have Ever before been made for similar Ceren souties. The the electric Light is course new and is Tobe used freely in novel and effective . It will be used in us the scores building in the Palace grounds upon the turrets towers and domes and through aunt the grounds themselves so that the whole City will be illuminated from the Kremlin Hill. Many the larger lights will be elevated far above the sixty feet High Walls and uie battlements will be lined by Many thousand lamps. Some idea the extent the display can be gained from the fact that the single Tower Iran Veti Kay will be covered by no fewer than 3,500 lamps perfectly display a Tho outlines tic Tower which a regarded As the Monument the Czar Boris god Naff and which in its outlines is the most Graceful build fog in Auwia. The preliminary work a already been done sailors having been brought Here especially to do the rigging for the fixtures about the great cupola in the Topmost div to there will be a great Laurel Wreath Light surmounted by the figures �?�18�3�?� in Light Aud below them the two Shields containing the arms the Empire. Dexter me., had a $22,000 fire monday night at St. Paul miiin., Indian Pete Alios Bra Nel a Bai Breed Indian and sex United states Indian detect let blew his brains a count Despou Decoy at the inroads gel log ing consumption. The stockmen the Texas handle Hava decided to begin the Spring round up Cotta i the Canadian and Wachira Rivers and Wolf Creek District May 10, and the Salt pork and Rea River District May 20. Jesse f. Steve and it Young maa Teller at Iha cd Tenzle. 8. C., left tha 9ih inst. Ostness Oiin for a trip to Florida. Foh my to return at thie appointed time an investigation showed a de a Catalod pc 0. He Haa gone to texts. Ingenious life instr Nice swindle. , april 24.�?william to Dodson this City was arrested at Franklin Jancura today suspicion it having murdered a Nagr whose body was fund a the House which waa partially destroyed by fire Here yesterday. Dodson says that he hired two negroes to bring him the body for dissection and that he carried it into the upper room a House which be was the Only occupant wrapped it in bed clothing poured kerosene Oil Over it fixed a lighted Candle Bijj Lyid then went amur. His uni Titt a to Wiy to in tick the Candle to Luigi that Tho House did not Taka fire during the being his purpose to Burn the House and have it appear that he Ilia self had been Buri cd in it Aud thus enable Hia family to obtain the amount a Lito insure Boa policy that be had recently procured. A prize fight Chi a usefulness Airacle Boston april 34.�?late last night John 1 Sullivan bad a the lungs which has left him in weak a condition that Hia useful Ces As a prize fighter is ser Loosly impaired for some Timo to come sul Livim a been leading a fast life late and this heavy drinking has at last brought him flown it a while vial in a Freud that he was attacked and Siftar losing a Lar be Quantity blood to by it Caino insensible and did not Regossi it ii d usent Turnill Klav. The last rites tto Ere administered to him by the Rev father Patter Soui Early thi morning. Hia Inbi fear that Fie May never recover from tto attack. A Penn Alvania Gold Mana. , pa., april 21.�?great excitement Pra vails at Myers town owing to the supposed discovery a Gold vein. Farmers have Given no their business anal began digging their premises. Kreltzer is Ca Philadelphia Hava equipped a mine with a sixty horse Power engine and a Furnace for smelting Ore. And aia making daily shipment Quanru to Philadel phia. Over $6.00 1 to already been spent Suez Perimon Ting. It is also claimed that a Rich Veha Kilver a. Been struck. A double disaster. By judge a. D. Kingman Hickman probably fatally injured. Hickman april 24.�?judge a. D. Kingman the county attorney this county met with a it try pain tul and probably fatal Accident this evening about 6 clock. At that time his dwell ing House a Large two Story Frame situated the Hill was discovered to be in flames and with a furious wind blowing. It was impossible to save it. In to save Hig household furniture in the second Story he became bewildered in the a Moke and before he could extricate himself was severely burned in the face and the Bead an l right hand. He can not see and suffers the most acute pain. His physician say that he is badly Hurt but can not say whether it will prove fatal. The furniture was nearly All saved. The Low the House is estimated at about $2. 200, and was insured in the Royal for $1,100, it required almost superhuman efforts to save the a joining houses messes. Muti Sacker Paris Taylor Aud Millet. At the last reports 8 . Judee Kingman waa resting quietly though suffering very Mach. Kentucky Trotters. Was he insane Clevelano o., april 24.�?an Alliance special says an us know p Man entirely Nakea was found dead yesterday three Milea East Here. The theory is that he wus probably insane and starved to death. His Sisters disgrace. St. Louis april 24.�?last night Alex Kate Ltd a German music teacher suicide by taking morphine. It is said that he was grieving Over the ruin he sister a month Ltd two ago. A bold crushed by a car. Cleveland o., april 24. Young girl named Sarah Johnson was run Over by a Street ear Here tonight and badly injured. Her right leg atm crushed to a Jelly. The Woodard a Brasfield Sale at Lexington a Monroe chief goes for Bio Loo Lexington april 24.�?woodard it Brasil eld i combination Sale a an today and in consequence strangers from All parts the United states Are in attendance and the hotels Ore filled to overflowing. The weather a exceedingly cold and Clear. The feature the Sale however today was the Sale a Monroa chief a who has a record 2 18>� and the Best two Miles record vex 4 46. Bidding grew exceedingly Lively and bid among the thousands were heard All Side until the figure reached $10,000, and then a Yauae ensue. . Hugh White Benson aria., making an Advance $100, captured the prize the season. Monroe chief is now thirteen years old. He was sired by Jim Monroe dam by the son Mambrino chief was also sold and will to put in training for coming events this year. At tha fair grounds this Elty last fall in a race workmen and wages. The Prospect a general strike in Hocking Valley Coal Region. Cluj thus april 24. indications now Are that there will to a general strike the Coal miners in the Hocking Valley. This is caused by the Hocking Valley Coal and Iron company sticking up a notice that they proposed to reduce the wages haulers after april 20. The mines at Beesmer 0., Are at a standstill at stars vice they Are Idle and the general outlooks among the mines and furnaces the entire Hocking Valley is at this time very gloomy. Tie miners Are in sympathy with the haulers and do not propose to Nave their fellow workmen imposed upon. Jiter advices Are to the effect that there has been a entire suspension work at All the mines the Hocking Vailey company account the difficulty Between the operators and the Coal Hauler in prices. An agreement exists Between the haulers Aud miners that in ease one the men arc imposed upon the others will join in the strike until their wrongs Are righted. The operators have been paying the haulers $2 05 per Day and pro twe to reduce them to $1 75. Which they claim is higher than paid at other Poots. The poor mine owners also claim that they have been operating the mines at a loss for some time. It is thought the trouble will soon be settled. Seven thousand miners strike Pittsburgh pa., april 24, general strike 7,000 Cool miners along the various railroads leading into plate Burgh was decided upon today at a convention the men hold in this City. The revolt is against the reduction wages recently declared by the operators who Wiy they can not compete with the Ohio operators the Hocking and Tuscarawas valleys. The present rate wages is three and a half cents per Boisnel and the reduction brings it Down to three cent. The strike is to to inaugurated next tuesday morning. It will to a bitter Strum Kelly a trial at Dublin. A Watin april 24�?thetrlal Kelly Wax cuu tinted today. Evidence was produced to show that the prisoner was absent from work May 6, the Day the mullers in Park. Four Freh Alibi witnesses w Cre worn Charles Mcgowan who some years ago contested the sent in commons for county lie train called As a. Witness for Kelly. His evidence went Eop Rove an Alibi. Altogether fifteen witnesses testified in favor the prisoners claim an Alibi. J Seph Hanlon one the conspiracy prisoners awaiting trial was brought to the courtroom from Kilmain Bam jail today. French foreign relations. Paris april 24.�?at a Cabinet Council today it was decided to Send 1,.500 soldiers to Tony iii in two sections. It is Coua dered 6er Ain that the ultimatum Captain Ker Waradee the in ranch envoy to Kenuam will be rejected by the Annam government. The Temps says everything is ready to dispatch a Force to Tonquin As soon As a vote credit has been passed Lor the Curp oae. The Foi pers publish today an inspired paragraph who h declares that whatever treaties the envoys May make with other comi tries France will not allow anything to be done prejudicing her rights in Madagascar. Lord lome a possible soccer for. Ottawa. April 24�?it is sell officially stated Here today that Tord lome a successor the expiration his term As governor general will a no less it personage than the right Hon. W. Al Forster late rotary for Ireland. The details even Are Given and it is said he wiil arrive Here in november and that i military Secretary will be major to Hatter now with Bis regiment at the rape Good Hope. The announcement is unexpected. The Flaher fes exhibition. , april 24. american Canadian and Newfoundland annexes to the fisheries exhibition to be held Here arc Well advanced. . Juntas the Canadian rear that some specimens sent from that comity have been damaged by rough handling but he will be unable to state positively until the cases Are Oigt died at the end the week. It is still undecided whether Tho Queen will open the sex had Itin. A preparing to resist Rossiti. Vienna. April 24.�?disuatchcs from beyond the fruitier represent the anti Kush Lan feeling at Kashgar As very Strong and hint at suspicious military prep artious which Are making with As much secrecy As in Swible. Carava us Are repo Teti As carrying shot and Shell from . And that local foundries h ave been establ1she<l capable turning mortars and other arms considerable Caliper. The be Mon murder trial. Paris ky., april 24.�?in the circuit court today Joe k. Redmon indicted for the murder w. H. Secrest made an affidavit supported by two w Itu esses that be did not think that the judge b. F. Buckner would give him a fair and equitable trial. The Paris bar elected one their Owa number . J. Ii. Brent As special judge in the Case. The usual delay incident to the selection a jury was expert used. Out 150 citizens summoned but five have been found competent to serve As jurors. An illustrated Dally at Chicago. Sprino neuiii., april 24�?the Secretary state today issued a License incorporation to the graphic company at Chicago capital Stock $50,000 incorporator. B. Brown James h. Goodsell Charles m. Woodsell. And Cornelius h. Shaver. The object a to publish a daily weekly. And sunday illustrated paper. The go a Ells Brothers Are the Publ Shera Tho Dally graphic at new York. Suicide at Bloomington. 8t. Louis april 24. dispatch from Bloomington 111., say this Mort big Johnw. Rood son major Rood committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a revolver. He was Well known and his sudden and terrible death has caused a sensation. There is no Caum known for the deed. The Inland Sahn Rau sea. . Pril �?~24.�?ctnmt Ferdinand de les movement Atlantic steamers. New York. April 24. Sailed steamers Arizona Liverpool Colau Ubia Ghuy Gow. Arrived Nifte aiders ammonia Hamburgs Jill Havre. Arrived state Florida at Glasgow Donau off a Civ Carlisle from Phil Del Phat. At Belfast Lake Nipigon from new Yore a Liveri ool Erin a a Sculy. Bailed from foreign Norte state Alabama from Larne for new York. A colonel murderer Hung. . That. In Jirol 24.�?wyatt Banks Colorado who assisted Fred k Waite and Daniel Comptea in killing and Wiser Deputy sheriff Aud Jailer it Robertson county May 28, 1882, waa Haugh Tia a Ranklin tex., Joat erday in the presence Efla frat crowd. He made a speech nearly Tom ours Long warning others to Shin Gamma fast living it cd a and expressed the Bellfl iii would be Happy in the next world a Keute Ehy court App eals. Frankfort k�y., april 21.�?lisle, ac., vote Lisle a adm integrators Etc. Clarka fined. Peers is. Reed ftc., Kenton reversed. Taylor is. Hell Nigmy ftc., Campbell affirmed. K b. Taylor jr., is. Thomas Farmer Rule Retro Nam in ten Days requiring Appellant to Gilead Fly to Topial Security j i aul is. Bmith Etc. Set for May -29. Montgomery v4 teen Cyl a administrators Ai ditto uni record tendered. The Memphis music Muj Iphia tesjs., april 24.�?.4t the Auto Khz Sale scats this morning for the Mozart society music festival 5hty 14 and 15, the first Chorea old for a opium and was purchased by ii Goinie Leidy. These Ond Choice we chased by Charles Lowenstein j75 premiums. The prices were afterwards graduated Down to much smaller amounts. The Sale Conti atm four Days longer. Lancaster o., municipal a Figarra. Las Cattoi t april 24, City Connell Pani Zed last Nigist electing to r. Tarpey a�4 a. J. Cotner demo rats president and vice Prassl Dent respectively and s. G. V. Griswold Republican City clerk. The Council is democratic eur and this is the third time a democratic you Ned a s elected it. Grab we old clerk against Nuray All ill tical shades. Life murder a Willia Faatoa. A St. I april 21.�?.at flu Amston. H1�?z last night Lewi Williams a Candy Makar shot and fatally wounded his wife the toil Tartag effect in the left breast. The trouble Azo a about another woman to whom Williams was part Jiting too much attention. It is thought that Nis wife first shot him As a slight flesh wound was made la Hia left Arm. Murdered in Dakota. , d. To a april 24.�?.a message Recd i Here states that the wines Charles and for Ward were found yesterday morning Nea Creela Burg and taken to Minnewaukan. Both bad been murdered. They were prominent real Catete dealers. The wards Are nephews Cho Tisi b. Farwell the merchant Prince Chicago. A by Fine to Peter Cooper. New York april 24. common co Taeil to it Lay Appo Wiite a committee to initiate a More ment for the purpose Zeolle it Ting funds for Tea erection a statue the late Peter Cooper. The plot ill fro it the Cooper Institute it is thought will be the site the statue Wohleb will alter Wardle known is oops a Park. Mystery Sola cd. Seps. Who has just returner from a tour sex Atnita Tiu the completed preliminary surveys the Sahara lectured last night the projected Inland african sea. He express red tie nope that the Friendly feeling would continue Between Italy Aud France so Liat the colonies the two countries would prove to be Good neighbors the african continent. A great fire in Sweden. Copenhagen april 21.�?dlsxjatches from Christ rna Sweden announce a terrible Are at Carat Krana the principal naval station the kingdom involving the almost Complete destruction the great Fri stress which guards the principal the three Enir Anre the Harbor. The Are spread with great rapidity and during to Progress for officer the Garrison Aud two men were killed. _ a fenian plot at Curr amp go. Dublin. April 24,-.a Large Section troops last night left for the Camp it Curranh county Kildare where much alarm has been caused by the discovery a fenian plot to blow the Camp up. The discovery was a Urple. And the commander has Issue orders taking extra precautions and doubling the guards. A French novelist dead. Paris april 24.�?leouard Sylvain Jules Bandeau the Well known novelist is dead. The Georgia election. Atlanta april 24. election for go Tarnor passed off quietly with a Light vote. As there waa do oppose too us nov d. Mcdaniel the demo rail nominee was elected. He will probably be inaugurated the 12th May. The tag Latare will meet the 10th to open the return. One the 8eyen sleepers. A Cleveton youth who sleeps sixty five hours at a stretch. Cuc Veland . April 21. strange cute came to Light Here today. Daniel Mulcahy a Young plumber living St. Clair Street Haa been subject to spell prolonged sleeping for three years. One night he went to bed and slept for Twenty hours without Awakening. Two week later he slept for thirty hours and one occasion slept for sixty five consecutive hours. . Caterer who has been attending him makes the following statement a a about a ago the Young Man slept for sixty five hours almost three Days and three Nighta. When 1 first saw him i thought he would Uever awake. He waa a cold a a Corpse his skin Leaden coloured his pupils contracted and his pulse throbbing slow and heavy. It was impossible to arouse him at flrs4 i applied hut towns and i Echra and after he returned to the remains Francis rambo Yonadi in the River below in allow. the 7th ins. Francis rambo a we know citizen eighty Tivo years old left Hie Home a no. It eighth Street and notwithstanding every Effort was made to Trace him by advertisements circulars ftc., giving his description and offering a Liberal Reward for his discovery living dead no clue to his whereabouts could be found. Yesterday a lit tic after noon a Man named Andrew Schuta found the body a Man floating in the River near Ludlow the Kentucky Side the rivet and Drew it to Shore where it was shortly afterwards seen by . Edgar curl a merchandise broker at no. 15 a second Street and . A . Holliday no. 209 Hopkins Street both whom were acquainted Wius the missing Man and believed the body to to his. . Curl went at once to Covington Aud notified . Henry de Gruyter. Coroner the county who repaired to the scene viewed the body a placed it in charge messes. Linnemans Moore undertakers i that City while . Curl came Over to Tiu Cunati and took miss Mina a daughter . Rambo Over to see if she could identify the remains As those her father. The Corpse was in so advanced a stage decomposition and had suffered such mutilation that she was not Pekin cited to see it but Slio readily identify in every article clothing Aud that coupled with the fact that the body As far it did be seen answered to the desk Ripton her father rendered it it Euln that the drowned Man was the Vissing f Rancis rambo. The Corpse was embalmed and placed in Lee. And will be handsomely Cut fled and brought Over to the Home the deceased today. Coroner do Gruyter wiil make some further Insul Ries with the View eliciting Partt culpa the drowning before he Render a verdict la tha Case. The theory suicide will probably to the one adopted though no motive for such a can to suggested. Ills Domestic relations were most pleasant and be had wealth and social position and everything to make life desirable even to old age. Ills aged widow who has lived with him for fifty five Yeara says she never in All that Tima heard him threaten suicide. It la not impossible Chat be May have wandered to the River and fallen in accidentally. The funeral will take place today at 1 30 p.. From tha tily residence s07 West eighth Street. _ Soita for Back taxes. Charles a. Miller City treasurer yesterday brought suits in the court common plea against the Connecticut Mutual life Insu Ranoa company Ruth Ann Bates executrix Yosoto Bates deceased. Rebecca Green and Janet tire a tor the collection Back taxes. Tho amounts claimed from the different parties ant $7,254 46, $663 90, $549 �2, and $1.528 26. In to i older named

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